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    Allen, Charles (edits).   A GLIMPSE OF THE BURNING PLAIN. £12.00    
      Leaves from the Indian Journals of Charlotte Canning.   170pp. Charlotte Canning was wife of the Governor General who died in India in 1861. The book draws from her journals, letters, drawings and watercolours.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name.   1986 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Allen, Charles (edits).   A GLIMPSE OF THE BURNING PLAIN. £14.00    
      Leaves from the Indian Journals of Charlotte Canning.   170pp. Charlotte Canning was wife of the Governor General who died in India in 1861. The book draws from her journals, letters, drawings and watercolours.   Bookplate. Otherwis fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Allen, Charles.   GOD'S TERRORISTS. £12.00    
      The Wahabi Cult and the Hidden Roots of Modern Jihad.   349pp. Index. Mostly covers Islamic fundamentalism in 19th century India with much on the Mutiny and the Frontier.   Fine in fine but price-clipped dustwrapper.   2006 Reprint, Little Brown
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    Allen, Charles.   GOD'S TERRORISTS. £15.00    
      The Wahabi Cult and the Hidden Roots of Modern Jihad.   349pp. Index. Mostly covers Islamic fundamentalism in 19th century India with much on the Mutiny and the Frontier.   Fine in price-clipped but otherwise fine dustwrapper.   2006 First edition, Little Brown.
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    Barter, Richard.   THE SIEGE OF DELHI. £12.00    
      Mutiny Memories of an Old Officer.   130pp. 28 illustrations. Previously unpublished Mutiny memoir.   Fine in fine slipcase   1984 First edition, Folio Society.
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    Beg, M.A.   THE GUIDE TO LUCKNOW. £12.00    
         108pp. Facsimile reprint of the 1911 Sixth edition.   Very good indeed.   2000 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Brock, Rev William.   A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF SIR HENRY HAVELOCK, K.C.B. £18.00    
         302pp. Folding map. Small 8vo. Mostly concerned with the Mutiny campaign. Sunday School prize label of 1878.   Very good.   1877 Eighteenth edition, Nisbet.
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    Brooks, Richard.   THE LONG ARM OF EMPIRE. £12.00    
      Naval Brigades from the Crimea to the Boxer Rebellion.   330pp. Index. 7 b/w maps. 28 b/w illustrations. Includes service in the Indian Mutiny, Burma and China.   Fine in near-fine dustwrapper.   1999 First edition, Constable.
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    Cooper, Leonard.   HAVELOCK 1795-1857. £10.00    
         192pp. Index. Frontispiece and 2 maps.   Very good in tatty dw. Edges spotted.   1957 First edition, Bodley Head.
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    Cooper, Leonard.   HAVELOCK 1795-1857. £18.00    
         192pp. Index. Frontispiece and 2 maps.   Near-fine in like dw.   1957 First edition, Bodley Head.
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    Crook, M.J.   THE EVOLUTION OF THE VICTORIA CROSS. £14.00    
      A Study in Administrative History.   321pp. Index. 19 appendices. A study of the purpose, origins, (in the Crimean and Mutiny campaigns), and subsequent awards.   Fine in very good dw.   1975 First edition, Midas Books, Tunbridge Wells.
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    Dalrymple, William.   THE LAST MUGHAL. £5.00    
      The Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi, 1857.   578pp. Index. 48 illustrations in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2006 First edition, Bloomsbury.
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    David, Saul.   THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857. £10.00    
         504pp. Index. 32 illustrations and 7 maps.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2002 Reprint, Viking.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   THE NECESSARY HELL. £15.00    
      John and Henry Lawrence and the Indian Empire.   213pp. Index. 8 b/w illustrations.   Very good indeed in dustwrapper with some loss to bottom of spine panel.   1958 First edition, Cassell.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   BATTLES OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. £36.00    
         216pp. Index. 40 illustrations. 6 maps and plans. In the 'British Battles' series.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. A lovely copy.   1963 First edition, Batsford.
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    Forbes-Mitchell, William.   THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW. £10.00    
         159pp. His Mutiny memoirs retitled. Edited with a introduction by Michael Edwardes.   Fine in slightly worn slipcase.   1962 Folio Society.
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    Forrest, G.W. (edits).   THE INDIAN MUTINY. £25.00    
      Selections from the Letters and Other state Papers Preserved by the Military Department of the Government of India 1857-1858.   Volume III. Lucknow and Cawnpore. 158pp + appendices 362pp, 16pp, 24pp, 32pp, 27pp, 30pp, 35pp and index to the whole work of 195pp. Raw data for Mutiny studies. Facsimile reprint of first publication of 1902.   Fine.   1997 Reprint, Selous, Aldershot.
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    Forrest, G.W. (edits).   THE INDIAN MUTINY. £120.00    
      Selections from the Letters and Other state Papers Preserved by the Military Department of the Government of India 1857-1858.   In 3 vols:.xxxii 507pp; xv 415pp; xxxii 651pp. Index. Maps (many folding), plans and portraits. Facsimile reprints of 1904 and 1912 originals.   Near-fine as issued without dustwrappers. Minor bruising to some corners.   2001 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Gimlette, Lieutenant Colonel G.H.D.   A POSTSCRIPT TO THE RECORDS OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. £45.00    
      An Attempt to Trace the Subsequent Careers and Fate of the Rebel Bengal Regiments, 1857-1858.   222pp. Facsimile edition of very scarce original. Taylor writes 'in the absence of rebel documentation this is a most praiseworthy and painstaking attempt to solve many mysteries'.   Fine in pictorial boards   2007 Reprint, Sang-e-Meel, Lahore.
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    Goldsmid. Sir F.J.   JAMES OUTRAM: A BIOGRAPHY. £280.00    
         In 2 volumes 434 and 449pp. Index. 5 b/w illustrations and 9 maps, 1 folding. In the original brown cloth. This set may have once been in a private library since it seems likely that labels have been removed from the front boards leaving little trace. A section has been cut from the top corner of each front endpaper.   Very good. Contents clean and bindings firm. Very slight fraying to ends of spines.   1880 First edition, Smith, Elder & Co..
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    Gowing, T.   A SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE £18.00    
      or a Voice from the Ranks Showing the Cost of War in Blood and Treasure.   628pp. In original decorated purple cloth. All edges gilt. 17 plates. Service in the Crimea, Mutiny campaign and Afghanistan. Much detail from the point of view of a non-commissioned officer.   The binding has been tightened but the front hinge is still slack. Boards faded and corners slightly worn.   1907 Nottingham for the author.
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    Hankinson, Alan.   MAN OF WARS. £12.00    
      William Howard Russell of the Times.   304pp. Index. Biography of the Times correspondent during the Crimea and Mutiny campaigns.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1982 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Harris, John.   THE INDIAN MUTINY. £5.00    
         206pp. Card covers. Profusely illustrated from contemporary sources.   Very good apart from a little highlightimng on 2 pages and in the index.   2001 Reprint, Wordsworth Editions
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    Hickman, Katie.   SHE-MERCHANTS, BUCCANEERS AND GENTLEWOMEN. £14.00    
      British Women in India.   390pp. Index. 4 maps. 25 illustrations in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2019 First edition, Virago.
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    Hodson, George H (edits).   HODSON OF HODSON'S HORSE or TWELVE YEARS OF A SOLDIER'S LIFE IN INDIA £28.00    
      being Extracts from the Letters of Major W.R.S.Hodson with a vindication from the attack by Mr.Bosworth Smith.   li + 300pp. Edited by his brother the Rev George H.Hodson. In the original brown cloth.   Hinges split and nearly detached. Block of the book very good. Boards clean and bright.   1883 Fourth edition, Kegan Paul, Trench & Co.
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    Innes, Lieut.-General McLeod, R.E., V.C.   LUCKNOW AND OUDE IN THE MUTINY. £190.00    
      A Narrative and a Study.   355pp. 5 folding maps. 8 plates of drawings made by the author, who was an engineer, of the Residency buildings. In original red cloth. This revised edition has an excellent 15pp double column index not present in the first edition   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy.   1895 New and Revised edition, A.D.Innes.
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    Jocelyn, Colonel Julian R.J.   THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL AND INDIAN ARTILLERY IN THE INDIAN MUTINY OF 1857. £120.00    
         xxv + 520pp. Index. Frontispiece and 15 full page engravings. 28 b/w plans. 11 folding maps in colour. In the original blue cloth with Mutiny medal in gold on front cover. Top edge gilt. Label of The United Service Club inscribed 'Presented by Julian R.J.Jocelyn, the Author.'   Very good. Without spotting or other inscriptions.   1915 First edition, John Murray.
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    Jones, Capt. Oliver J.   RECOLLECTIONS OF A WINTER CAMPAIGN IN INDIA 1857-58. £18.00    
         17 full-page tinted plates. Facsimile of 1859 original. Service in the Mutiny campaign at Lucknow.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First thus, London Stamp Exchange.
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    Kaye, M.M.   SHADOW OF THE MOON. £5.00    
         614pp. Set during the Indian Mutiny.   Very good in fine dw.   1979 Revised edition, Allen Lane.
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    Keene, H.G.   A HANDBOOK FOR VISITORS TO LUCKNOW. £16.00    
      With Preliminary Notes on Allahabad and Cawnpore.   125pp. Index. 2 folding maps in rear pocket. Facsimile reprint of 1875 original.   Fine.   2000 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Lawrence, John.   LAWRENCE OF LUCKNOW. £5.00    
      A Biography.   275pp. Index. 16 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1990 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Leach, Edmund and Mukherjee, S.N. (edit).   ELITES IN SOUTH ASIA. £13.00    
         266pp. Index. Folding map. Essays on Mughals, Mutiny, Calcutta, Bombay, M.N.Roy etc.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   1970 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Lee-Warner, William.    THE LIFE OF THE MARQUIS OF DALHOUSIE. £25.00    
         In two volumes. 446pp, 450pp. Index. Originally published in 1904. Governor-General 1848-1856. Fascsimile reprint.   Fine in transparent wrappers.   1972 Irish University Press, Shannon.
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    Llewellyn, Alexander.   THE SIEGE OF DELHI. £12.00    
         182pp. Index. 23 illustrations and 2 maps. Account of the Mutiny battle.   Very good in very good dw.   1977 First edition, Macdonald & James.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   THE INDIAN MUTINY OF 1857. £16.00    
         421pp. Index. 4 portraits and 3 maps. In the original brown cloth.   Very good. Boards slightly rubbed and a little fraying to head of spine.   1891 First edition, Seeley & Co.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   THE INDIAN MUTINY OF 1857. £10.00    
         421pp. Index. 4 portraits and 3 plans.   Very good. Some staining to rear board.   1892 Fourth edition, Seeley & Co..
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   THE INDIAN MUTINY OF 1857. £10.00    
         421pp. Index.   Very good indeed. A nice tight copy but bookplate and marks of a small label removed from front endpapers.   1892 Fifth edition, Seeley.
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    Manning, Stephen.   EVELYN WOOD. £12.00    
      Pillar of Empire.   265pp. Index. Biography of Mutiny VC and imperial general   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2007 First edition, Pen & Sword.
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    Maude, Colonel Francis Cornwallis.   MEMORIES OF THE MUTINY £180.00    
      to which is incorporated the Personal Narrative of John Walter Sherer.   In two volumes. 554pp. 29 illustations. Maude was Havelock's artillery commander and Sherer Magistrate of Futtehpore. In modern bindings with leather spines and corners.   Very good. There are signs of former damp to the fore-edges of the first and last few pages not affecting the text.   1894 Second edition, Remington and Company.
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    Mount, Ferdinand.   THE TEARS OF THE RAJAS. £14.00    
      Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805-1905.   773pp. Index. 81 illustrations mainly in colour. The rajas are dispossessed one after another as expansionist Governors General achieve their ambitions (ably assisted by generations of the author's family) culminating in the disaster of the 1857 Mutiny.   Fine hardback in fine dustwrapper.   2015 First edition, Simon and Shuster.
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    National Army Museum.   THE VICTORIA CROSSES AND GEORGE CROSSES OF THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY AND INDIAN ARMY 1856-1945. £14.00    
         47pp. 9 plates. Card covers. 9 full-page b/w illustrations.   Very good. Owner's name.   1962 First edition, National Army Museum.
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    Rees, L.E. Ruutz.   A PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF THE SIEGE OF LUCKNOW. £95.00    
      By one of its Surviving Defenders.   380pp. In original red cloth. Folding map of Lucknow.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy without labels, inscriptions or stains.   1858 Second edition, John Murray.
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    Robinson, Jane.   ANGELS OF ALBION. £5.00    
      Women of the Indian Mutiny.   298pp. Full-size paperback edition.   Fine.   1996 Viking.
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    Robinson, Jane.   ANGELS OF ALBION. £5.00    
      Women of the Indian Mutiny.   298pp. Index. 34 illustrations.   Fine.   1996 First edition, Viking.
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    Robinson, Jane.   ANGELS OF ALBION. £10.00    
      Women of the Indian Mutiny.   298pp. Index. 34 illustrations.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. A lovely copy.   1996 First edition, Viking.
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    Russell, William Howard.   MY DIARY IN INDIA. £198.00    
      In the Year 1858-9.   In 2 volumes. 408, 420pp. Portrait frontispieces and 7 engraved plates. Russell was sent to India by `The Times' to cover the Mutiny. He visited the principal sites, spoke to everyone and exactly recorded what he saw. In the original slightly faded purple cloth.   Volume 1 slack and spines a little marked with slight fraying but a nice set.   1860 Seventh thousand, Routledge, Warne & Routledge.
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    Sattin, Anthony (edits).   AN ENGLISHWOMAN IN INDIA. £14.00    
      The Memoirs of Harriet Tytler 1828-1858.   229pp. Index. Her account of Mutiny experiences. She was present through the siege of Delhi, giving birth in an ammunition cart.   Lacks front endpaper. Otherwise fine in fine dustwrapper.   1986 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Sherer, J.W.   HAVELOCK'S MARCH ON CAWNPORE 1857. £16.00    
      A Civilian's Notes.   367pp. Nelson pocket edition.   Very good indeed.   No date, Thomas Nelson.
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    Smith, H. Bosworth.   LIFE OF LORD LAWRENCE. £5.00    
         560pp. Pocket format reprint.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good.   Undated (?1930s) Nelon Library Edition.
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    Smith, H.Bosworth.   LIFE OF LORD LAWRENCE. £5.00    
         560pp. Nelson pocket edition.   Very good.   No date (1920s), Nelson.
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    Smith, H.Bosworth.   LIFE OF LORD LAWRENCE. £31.00    
         In 2 volumes. 542pp, 557pp.Index. In 19th century bindings with leather spines and corners. 2 folding maps. Ex-college library with paper spine labels and minimal markings.   Very good. Spines and corners scuffed but bindings sound.   1885 Sixth edition, Smith. Elder.
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    Smyth, Sir John.   THE REBELLIOUS RANI. £10.00    
         223pp. Index. 13 b/w illustrations. 5 maps. The story of the Rani of Jhansi. With an account of Sir Hugh Rose's campaigns at Jhansi and Gwalior. Little used ex-private library copy.   Near-fine in fine dw.   1966 First edition, Muller.
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    Smyth, Sir John.   THE REBELLIOUS RANI. £18.00    
         223pp. Index. 13 b/w illustrations. 5 maps. The story of the Rani of Jhansi. With an account of Sir Hugh Rose's campaigns at Jhansi and Gwalior.   Near-fine in like dustwrapper. An excellent copy.   1966 First edition, Muller.
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    Spear, Percival.   TWILIGHT OF THE MUGHULS. £25.00    
      Studies in late Mughul Delhi.   270pp. Index. Folding map. Much on the British in pre-Mutiny Delhi and an account of the events of 1857 from the perspective of the people of Delhi.   Very good indeed. Clean and bright. An excellent copy.   1951 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Stokes, Eric.   THE PEASANT AND THE RAJ. £16.00    
      Studies in agrarian society and peasant rebellion in colonial India.   308pp. Index. Card covers. 12 essays on peasant discontent, 4 relate to the events of 1857.   Faded spine panel. Otherwise fine.   1980 Cambridge University Press.
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    Thomson, Captain Mowbray.   THE STORY OF CAWNPORE. £18.00    
      The Indian Mutiny 1857.   262pp. Facsimile reprint of 1859 original.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1995 Reprint, Tom Donovan, Brighton.
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    Thomson, Captain Mowbray.   THE STORY OF CAWNPORE. £16.00    
      The Indian Mutiny 1857.   262pp. Facsimile reprint of 1859 original.    First owner's name neatly written. Otherwise fine in fine dustwrapper.   1995 Reprint, Tom Donovan, Brighton.
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    Tisdall, E.E.P.   MRS. DUBERLY'S CAMPAIGNS. £17.00    
      An Englishwoman's Experiences in the Crimean War and the Indian Mutiny.   224pp. Index. Based on letters from the wife of a Hussar Captain who was with him through the Crimea and Mutiny campaigns.   Very good indeed   1963 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Trevelyan, G.O.   CAWNPORE. £10.00    
         174pp. Classic Mutiny history.   Fine in very good dw.   1986 Reissue, Empire Book Association, Brentwood.
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    Trevelyan, Sir George.   CAWNPORE. £24.00    
         342pp. Classic account of the events of 1857 based on the accounts and depositions of witnesses. In the original blue cloth.   Rubbed and slack with front free endpaper missing   1886 New edition, Macmillan.
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    Trevelyan, Sir George.   CAWNPORE. £49.00    
         342pp. Classic account of the events of 1857 based on the accounts and depositions of witnesses. In the original blue cloth.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good indeed,   1886 New edition, Macmillan.
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    Trotter, Lionel.   THE LIFE OF HODSON OF HODSON'S HORSE. £12.00    
         306pp. Index. Everyman edition.   Very good indeed. No inscriptions.   No date (c1900) Dent.
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    Vibart, Colonel Edward.   THE SEPOY MUTINY as Seen by a Subaltern. £120.00    
      From Delhi to Lucknow.   308pp. Index. Includes as an appendix of 29pp on 'The Outbreak at Meerut' by Colonel A.R.D.Mackenzie and another of 20pp on 'How the Electric Telegraph Saved India' by P.V.Luke. A third appendix of 28pp gives an account by a lady of her escape from Delhi. This is the London first edition but with 'Scribners' in gilt at foot of red cloth spine.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy in the original cloth.   1898 First edition, Smith, Elder and Scribner's, New York.
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    Ward, Andrew.   OUR BONES ARE SCATTERED. £15.00    
      The Cawnpore Massacres and the Indian Mutiny of 1857.   703pp (including 128pp on sources and references). Index. 39 illustrations.   Very good in very good dustwrapper..   1996 First edition US, Henry Holt, New York.
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    Ward, Andrew.   OUR BONES ARE SCATTERED. £15.00    
      The Cawnpore Massacres and the Indian Mutiny of 1857.   703pp (including 128pp on sources and references). Index. 39 illustrations.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1996 First edition, John Murray.
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    Wheeler, Harold F.B.   THE STORY OF LORD ROBERTS. £5.00    
         272pp. Index. 8 b/w plates and 2 maps. With school prize label. Signature of P.G.O.Taylor, the Mutiny historian.   Very good. Slight nick to head of spine.   No date (label dated 1923), George G. Harrap
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    Wilkinson, Major-General Osborn and Major-General Johnson.   THE GEMINI GENERALS. £22.00    
      Personal Anecdotes, Sporting Adventures, and Sketches of Distinguished Officers.   441pp. In the original maroon cloth. Military exploits in India and Ceylon (with lots of opinions). Essays on 31 Victorian soldiers they knew personally. Chapters on the Mutiny, the Second Afghan War and the Celyon Revolt of 1848.   Poor. Nasty damp stain on front board but inscribed 'from the author'.   1896 First edition, A.D.Innes.
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    Yalland, Zoe.   BOXWALLAHS. £35.00    
      The British in Cawnpore 1857-1901.   504pp. Index. Many b/w illustrations. A study of the families who created a great industrial city in India in the aftermath of the Mutiny.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. An outstanding copy.   1994 First edition, Michael Russell.
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    Yalland, Zoe.   BOXWALLAHS. £14.00    
      The British in Cawnpore 1857-1901.   504pp. Index. Many b/w illustrations. A study of the families who created a great industrial city in India in the aftermath of the Mutiny.   Owner's name and address (twice). Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1994 First edition, Michael Russell.
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