The Personal Adventures and Experiences of a Magistrate During the Rise, Progress, and Suppression of the Indian Mutiny
J. Murray, 1884 - Agra (India) - 334 pages
Summary: Events at Agra & Muttra.
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accompanied Agra appeared approaching armed army arrived attack attendants authorities bank become began better brother brought building called camp Captain Nixon carriage carried chiefs close Colvin commenced confusion continued course crowd danger dark Delhi Dillawar direction Emperor enemy English entered escaped expressed fire followed force formed fort further gave going Government guard guns half head heard horsemen horses hour India joined Joyce Khan leave light looked miles morning moved mutineers Muttra native nearly night noticed officers once palace party passed perceived police position presently proceed proceeded Rajah reached rebel received regarded remained resided rest river road rode round seemed seen sent Sepoys servants Seths showed side soldiers soon sound station thought tion told took town treasure trees troops turned village walls
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