The English Captives in Oudh: An Episode in the History of the Mutinies of 1857-58; ii. A Letter from an Officer at Madras to a Friend formerly in that Services now in England, exhibiting an unbiassed Account and supported by authentic documents of the Rise, Progress and Actual State of the Late unfortunate Insurrection in the Indian Army, 2nd ed.; iii. A Glance at the Past and the Future in Connection with the Indian Revolt; iv. The Sepoy Rebellion; v. India Debate Speech of the Solicitor General, delivered in the House of Commons, May 14, 1858, in Oppositions to Mr Cardwell's Motion, 2nd ed.; vi. India its Dangers considered in 1856, by a Retired Officer Colonel Aloes; together with some suggestions for the Amelioration of the condition of that Country and its Millions

Resource Type : BOOK
Author : Wylie, M. ( Ed. )
Year/Date of Publication : 1858
Subject : History of Asia
Publisher : G. C. Hay and Co.
Place of Publication : Calcutta
Language : English
Pages/Folios : vi, 57, 116, 36, 39, 63, 34, 52p.
Identifier : BK_00028018
Digitization Sponsor : NSDL

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