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Indian Mutiny   68 Books
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Harts Annual Army List, Militia List, & Imperial Yeomanry List for 1906. Regimental listings & War Services of officers &c., including Royal Marines, Ordnance & Indian Army. Index. Contemp. hald morocco, split & worn, useful reference copy.  #46473
  £25
Harts Army List: The New Annual Army List & Militia List for 1895. Reprint, VG in dw. Dallington: N&M Press. 1998. Regimental listings & War Services of officers &c., including Royal Marines, Ordnance, Indian Staff Corps & Local Indian Forces. Index. See illustration on our website.  #48982
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Harts Army List: The New Annual Army List, Militia List, Yeomanry Cavalry List & Indian Civil Service List for 1882. Regimental listings & War Services of officers &c., including Royal Marines, Ordnance & Indian Army. Index. Contemp. official plum cloth, split & worn, some annotation &c., but useful reference copy.  #46472
  £25
Harts Army List: The New Annual Army List, Militia List, Yeomanry Cavalry List for 1895. Regimental listings & War Services of officers &c., including Royal Marines, Ordnance & Indian Army. Index. Contemp. official plum cloth, front board detached, sp. lacking, cheap reference copy.  #46486
  £20
Records of the 54th West Norfolk Regiment. 1st Ed., [ii]+87+xxivpp., 2 plates. Roorkee, India: Printed at the Thomason Civil Engineering College Press. 1881  #48433
[HLMainPic] Later 2nd Dorset Regt. Includes service in North America, Low Countries, Egypt 1800, West Indies, Waterloo 1815, Burma 1825, Indian Mutiny, &c. Several rolls of officers at different dates. Orig. green pebble cloth, gilt to front, VG with decorative ownership/presentation inscrip. to ffep. See illustration on our website.   £65
The Quarterly Army List of Her Majesty's British and Indian Forces on the Bengal Establishment, Exhibiting the Rank, Standing & Various Services of Every Officer in the Army, Distinguishing Those Who Have Received Medals & Other Distinctions, & Who Have Been Wounded & in What Actions; With Their Peirods of Service & Dates of Commissions. Corrected to 5th July 1859. To Which is Added A List of Civil Servants in Bengal & the North-Western Provinces, With the Dates of Their Appointments, Etc. Facsimile reprint of 1859 1st Ed., 358+52+ivpp. (+ adverts). Aldershot: Selous Books. 1997  #58012
[HLMainPic] Excellent 1859 list inc. Indian Mutiny (& earlier) war services of officers of the Bengal Army, with regimental listings & gradation lists, indices for British Army & Indian Army officers, &c. Much interesting detail, plus Bengal Civil Service list appended. Rexine, gilt, VG. See illustration on our website.   £65
"H.D.H." [HUTCHINSON Maj.-Gen. H.D., CSI)] A Short History of the 3rd Queen's Own Gurkha Rifles. 1st Ed., 55pp., 4to, 21 photos. Hugh Rees. 1907  #57722
[HLMainPic] Outline history & rolls of officers, beautifully printed on art paper throughout with excellent photos. Perkins 500. Orig. green cloth, gilt. dec. to front & rear, near fine & scarce. See illustration on our website.   £165
ADYE (Lt.-Col. John, CB, RA) The Defence of Cawnpore, By the Troops under the Orders of Major General Charles A. Windham, C.B., in Nov. 1857. 1st Ed., 58pp., fldg. plan of Cawnpore "to illustrate the Battle of the 27th of November 1857" (with hand-coloured detail) & another fldg. map, Outline map of the Country round Cawnpore. Longman, Brown et al. 1858  #54920
[HLMainPic] Exceptionally rare first-hand account supplemented by texts of Windham's Official Despatches on operations at Cawnpore. "Gives a detailed account of three days of battle during which Cawnpore was defended, preventing the creation of an enemy outpost in General Havelock's rear. Author defends General Windham's actions." (Ladendorf 507). Arriving at Cawnpore, Adye discovered that Sir Colin Campbell had already left to relieve Lucknow. With the Gwalior contingent advancing on Cawnpore: "He took part in the actions fought there by Major-General Charles Ash Windham... He was present at the battle of 6 December, in which the Gwalior contingent was routed by Sir Colin Campbell after his return from Lucknow...". Orig. red cloth, blindstamped & gilt, some staining & wear, generally VG, with publisher's 24pp. catalogue of recent works bound in at rear. See illustration on our website.   £425
ANGLESEY (Marquess of) A History of the British Cavalry 1816-1919. Vol. II, 1851-1871. 1st Ed., 519pp., 45 plates, 15 maps, + sketches & plans. dw. Cooper. 1975  #56220
[HLMainPic] Now standard history, this vol. including the Crimean War & Indian Mutiny. VG in dw. See illustration on our website.   £35
ATKINSON (C.T.) Regimental History The Royal Hampshire Regiment. Vol. II 1914-1918. 1st Ed., xx+515pp., 4 plates, 89 maps & diagrams. Glasgow: For the Regt. 1950  #57360
Western Front, Gallipoli, Egypt, Mespot. & Salonika. Rolls of regular officers (with details of promotions &c.), awards. Orig. blue cloth, gilt, VG & scarce. See illustration on our website.   £145

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