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The United Service Magazine - Page 280
by Arthur William Alsager Pollock - 1857
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The Sepoy Revolt: Its Causes and Its Consequences

Henry Mead - India - 1857 - 398 pages
...Theophilus Metcalfe alighting from his buggy, Lieutenant Willoughby and I accompanied him to the small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full...distinctly see the mutineers marching in open column headecl by the cavalry ; and the Delhi side of the bridge was already in the possession of a body of...
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Annals of the Indian Rebellion, 1857-58, Part 2; Part 4; Part 6; Part 9

Noah Alfred Chick - India - 1859 - 932 pages
...Theophilus Metcalfe alighting from his buggy, Lieut. Willoughby and I accompanied him to the small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full...which we could distinctly see the mutineers marching m open column headed by the cavalry ; and the Delhi side of the bridge was already in the possession...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...distinctly see the mutineers marching in open columns, headed by their cavalry ; and they also saw that the Delhi side of the bridge was already in the possession of a smaller body of horse. Any attempt to close or guard the citygates was found to be too late ; for the...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 2; Volume 76

England - 1897
...European and native, were already there. Willoughby, Sir T. Metcalfe, and myself went at once to a small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full view of the bridge, and we could distinctly see the mutineers marching over in open column, headed by the Cavalry. A body...
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India, Historical and Descriptive: Revised and Enlarged from "Les Voyages ...

Charles Henry Eden - India - 1876 - 290 pages
...Theophilus Metcalfe alighting from his buggy, Lieutenant Willoughby and I accompanied him to the small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full...cavalry; and the Delhi side of the bridge was already 224 Defence of the Magazine in the possession of a body of cavalry. On Sir Theophilus Metcalfe observing...
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Our Indian empire and the adjacent countries, Volume 2

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1879
...alighting from his buggy, Sir Theophilus, with Lieutenants Willoughby and Forrest, proceeded to a small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full view of the bridge, and there saw but too distinctly that the time for preoccupation was over; the mutineers had already...
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British battles on land and sea, Volume 3

James Grant - 1880
...Sir T. Metcalfe alighting from his buggy, Lieutenant Willoughby and I accompanied him to the small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full view of the bridge, from whence we could see distinctly the mutineers marching in open column, headed by the cavalry, while...
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The Sepoy Mutiny as Seen by a Subaltern: From Delhi to Lucknow

Edward Daniel Hamilton Vibart - Delhi (India) - 1898 - 308 pages
...European and native, were already there. Willoughby, Sir T. Metcalfe, and myself went at once to a small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full view of the bridge, and we could distinctly see the mutineers marching over in open column, headed by the cavalry. A body...
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Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 30

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1857
...Theophilus Metcalfe alighting from his buggy, Lieutenant Willoughby and I accompanied him to the small bastion on the river face, which commanded a full...observing this he proceeded with Lieutenant Willoughby, to ^ce if the city gate was closed against the mutineers. However, this step was needless, as the mutineers...
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