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The Tale of the Great Mutiny - W. H. Fitchett, H. Fitchett W. H. Fitchett
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Lammers Press], THE TALE OF THE GREAT MUTINY -- 1912 - CONTENTS - CHAP - PAGE I. MUNGUL PANDY . e o, I 11. DELHI . 34 111. BTAMPINO OUT NUTINY . 65 IV. CAWNPORE THE SIEGE . V. CAWNPORE THE MURDElZ GHAUT, VI. LUCKNOW AXD srn HENRY LAWRENCE, VII. LUCKNOW AND HAVELOCK VIII. LUCKNOW AND SIR COLIN CAMPBELL, e IX. THE SEPOY IX THE OPEN X. DELHI HOW THE RIDGE WAS HELD XI. DELHI THE LEAP ON THE CITY . XII. DELHI RETRIBUTIOX . XI11 THE STORMING OF LGCKSOW . XIV. AMONGST THE MUTINY CITIES--I. DELIII . XV. AMONGST THE IUTINY CITIES--11. CA XPORB . XVI. AMONGST THE MUTINY CITIES-111. LUCKNOW . APPETUDIX-DIARY OF AN OFFICERS WIFE, KEPT DURIKG THE SIEGE OF LUCHXOIV, INDEX LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS FIELD-MARSHAL EARL ROBERTS, v. c., G. C. B. . . F ontispiece LIEUTENAXT GEORGE WILLOUGHBY . . TO face page 40 SIR HENRY LAWRENCE . . . . ., , 1 4 MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HENRY HAVELOCK, K. C. B. 7. 184 LORDLAWRENCE . . . . . . z64 MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HBRBERT EDWARDEB, K. C. B., S 270 BRIGADIER-GENERAL JOHN NICHOLSON . . 298 LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR JAMES OUTRAY, BART. 3g0 MAPS PAGE CAWNPORE, JUNE 1857 . . . . . 87 PLAY OF THE STORMING OF THE SECUNDRAUAGH . 4j1 From s sketch by Liez t.-Genera F l . Trail1 Burroughs MAP SHOWING THE DISTRIBUTIOX OF TROOPS, To face page 470 CHAPTER I MUNGUL PANDY scene is Barrackpore, the date March 29, Tyf57. It is Sunday afternoon but on the dusty floor of the parade-ground a drama is being enacted which is suggestive of anything but Sabbath peace. The quarter-guard of the 34th Native Infantry-tall men, erect and soldierly, and nearly all high-caste Brahmins - is drawn up in regular order. Behind it chatters and sways and eddies a confused mass of Sepoys, in all stages of dress and undress some armed, some unarmed but all fermenting with excitement. Some thirty yards in front of the line of the 34th swaggers to and fro a Sepoy named Mungul Pandy. He is half-drunk wit. h bhang, and wholly drunk with religious fana. ticism. Chin in air, loaded musket in hand, he struts backwards and forwards, at a sort of halfdance, shduting in shrill and nasal monotone, Come out, you blackguards Turn out, all of you The English are upon us. Through biting these cartridges we shall all be made infidels The man, in fact, is in that condition of mingled bhang and nerves, which makes a Malay run amok and every shout from his lips runs like a wave of sudden flame through the brains and along the nerves of the listening crowd of fellow-Sepoys. And as the Sepoys off duty come running up from every side, the crowd grows ever bigger, the excitement more intense, the tumult of chattering voices more passionate. A human powder magazine, in a word, is about to explode. Suddenly there appears upon the scene the English adjutant, Lieutenant Baugh. A runner has brought the news to him as he lies in the sultry quiet of the Sunday afternoon in his quarters. The Fnglish officer is a man of decision. A saddled horse stands ready in the stable he thrusts loaded pistols into the holsters, buckles on his sword, and gallops to the scene of trouble. The sound of galloping hoofs turns all Sepoy eyes up the road and as that red-coated figure, the symbol of military authority, draws near, excitement through the Sepoy crowd goes up uncounted degrees. They are about to witness a duel between revolt and discipline, between a mutineer and an adjutant Mungul Pandy has at least one quality of a good soldier. He can face peril coolly.He steadies him self, and grows suddenly silent...Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Lammers Press], THE TALE OF THE GREAT MUTINY -- 1912 - CONTENTS - CHAP - PAGE I. MUNGUL PANDY . e o, I 11. DELHI . 34 111. BTAMPINO OUT NUTINY . 65 IV. CAWNPORE THE SIEGE . V. CAWNPORE THE MURDElZ GHAUT, VI. LUCKNOW AXD srn HENRY LAWRENCE, VII. LUCKNOW AND HAVELOCK VIII. LUCKNOW AND SIR COLIN CAMPBELL, e IX. THE SEPOY IX THE OPEN X. DELHI HOW THE RIDGE WAS HELD XI. DELHI THE LEAP ON THE CITY . XII. DELHI RETRIBUTIOX . XI11 THE STORMING OF LGCKSOW . XIV. AMONGST THE MUTINY CITIES--I. DELIII . XV. AMONGST THE IUTINY CITIES--11. CA XPORB . XVI. AMONGST THE MUTINY CITIES-111. LUCKNOW . APPETUDIX-DIARY OF AN OFFICERS WIFE, KEPT DURIKG THE SIEGE OF LUCHXOIV, INDEX LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS FIELD-MARSHAL EARL ROBERTS, v. c., G. C. B. . . F ontispiece LIEUTENAXT GEORGE WILLOUGHBY . . TO face page 40 SIR HENRY LAWRENCE . . . . ., , 1 4 MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HENRY HAVELOCK, K. C. B. 7. 184 LORDLAWRENCE . . . . . . z64 MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HBRBERT EDWARDEB, K. C. B., S 270 BRIGADIER-GENERAL JOHN NICHOLSON . . 298 LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR JAMES OUTRAY, BART. 3g0 MAPS PAGE CAWNPORE, JUNE 1857 . . . . . 87 PLAY OF THE STORMING OF THE SECUNDRAUAGH . 4j1 From s sketch by Liez t.-Genera F l . Trail1 Burroughs MAP SHOWING THE DISTRIBUTIOX OF TROOPS, To face page 470 CHAPTER I MUNGUL PANDY scene is Barrackpore, the date March 29, Tyf57. It is Sunday afternoon but on the dusty floor of the parade-ground a drama is being enacted which is suggestive of anything but Sabbath peace. The quarter-guard of the 34th Native Infantry-tall men, erect and soldierly, and nearly all high-caste Brahmins - is drawn up in regular order. Behind it chatters and sways and eddies a confused mass of Sepoys, in all stages of dress and undress some armed, some unarmed but all fermenting with excitement. Some thirty yards in front of the line of the 34th swaggers to and fro a Sepoy named Mungul Pandy. He is half-drunk wit. h bhang, and wholly drunk with religious fana. ticism. Chin in air, loaded musket in hand, he struts backwards and forwards, at a sort of halfdance, shduting in shrill and nasal monotone, Come out, you blackguards Turn out, all of you The English are upon us. Through biting these cartridges we shall all be made infidels The man, in fact, is in that condition of mingled bhang and nerves, which makes a Malay run amok and every shout from his lips runs like a wave of sudden flame through the brains and along the nerves of the listening crowd of fellow-Sepoys. And as the Sepoys off duty come running up from every side, the crowd grows ever bigger, the excitement more intense, the tumult of chattering voices more passionate. A human powder magazine, in a word, is about to explode. Suddenly there appears upon the scene the English adjutant, Lieutenant Baugh. A runner has brought the news to him as he lies in the sultry quiet of the Sunday afternoon in his quarters. The Fnglish officer is a man of decision. A saddled horse stands ready in the stable he thrusts loaded pistols into the holsters, buckles on his sword, and gallops to the scene of trouble. The sound of galloping hoofs turns all Sepoy eyes up the road and as that red-coated figure, the symbol of military authority, draws near, excitement through the Sepoy crowd goes up uncounted degrees. They are about to witness a duel between revolt and discipline, between a mutineer and an adjutant Mungul Pandy has at least one quality of a good soldier. He can face peril coolly.He steadies him self, and grows suddenly silent...Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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THE TALE OF THE GREAT MUTINY -- 1912 - CONTENTS - CHAP - PAGE I. MUNGUL PANDY . e o, I 11. DELHI . 34 111. BTAMPINO OUT NUTINY . 65 IV. CAWNPORE THE SIEGE . V. CAWNPORE THE MURDElZ GHAUT, VI. LUCKNOW AXD srn HENRY LAWRENCE, VII. LUCKNOW AND HAVELOCK VIII. LUCKNOW AND SIR COLIN CAMPBELL, e IX. THE SEPOY IX THE OPEN X. DELHI HOW THE RIDGE WAS HELD XI. DELHI THE LEAP ON THE CITY . XII. DELHI RETRIBUTIOX . XI11 THE STORMING OF LGCKSOW . XIV. AMONGST THE MUTINY CITIES--I. DELIII . XV. AMONGST THE IUTINY CITIES--11. CA XPORB . XVI. AMONGST THE MUTINY CITIES-111. LUCKNOW . APPETUDIX-DIARY OF AN OFFICERS WIFE, KEPT DURIKG THE SIEGE OF LUCHXOIV, INDEX LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS FIELD-MARSHAL EARL ROBERTS, v. c., G. C. B. . . F ontispiece LIEUTENAXT GEORGE WILLOUGHBY . . TO face page 40 SIR HENRY LAWRENCE . . . . ., , 1 4 MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HENRY HAVELOCK, K. C. B. 7. 184 LORDLAWRENCE . . . . . . z64 MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HBRBERT EDWARDEB, K. C. B., S 270 BRIGADIER-GENERAL JOHN NICHOLSON . . 298 LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR JAMES OUTRAY, BART. 3g0 MAPS PAGE CAWNPORE, JUNE 1857 . . . . . 87 PLAY OF THE STORMING OF THE SECUNDRAUAGH . 4j1 From s sketch by Liez t.-Genera F l . Trail1 Burroughs MAP SHOWING THE DISTRIBUTIOX OF TROOPS, To face page 470 CHAPTER I MUNGUL PANDY scene is Barrackpore, the date March 29, Tyf57. It is Sunday afternoon but on the dusty floor of the parade-ground a drama is being enacted which is suggestive of anything but Sabbath peace. The quarter-guard of the 34th Native Infantry-tall men, erect and soldierly, and nearly all high-caste Brahmins - is drawn up in regular order. Behind it chatters and sways and eddies a confused mass of Sepoys, in all stages of dress and undress some armed, some unarmed but all fermenting with excitement. Some thirty yards in front of the line of the 34th swaggers to and fro a Sepoy named Mungul Pandy. He is half-drunk wit. h bhang, and wholly drunk with religious fana. ticism. Chin in air, loaded musket in hand, he struts backwards and forwards, at a sort of halfdance, shduting in shrill and nasal monotone, Come out, you blackguards Turn out, all of you The English are upon us. Through biting these cartridges we shall all be made infidels The man, in fact, is in that condition of mingled bhang and nerves, which makes a Malay run amok and every shout from his lips runs like a wave of sudden flame through the brains and along the nerves of the listening crowd of fellow-Sepoys. And as the Sepoys off duty come running up from every side, the crowd grows ever bigger, the excitement more intense, the tumult of chattering voices more passionate. A human powder magazine, in a word, is about to explode. Suddenly there appears upon the scene the English adjutant, Lieutenant Baugh. A runner has brought the news to him as he lies in the sultry quiet of the Sunday afternoon in his quarters. The Fnglish officer is a man of decision. A saddled horse stands ready in the stable he thrusts loaded pistols into the holsters, buckles on his sword, and gallops to the scene of trouble. The sound of galloping hoofs turns all Sepoy eyes up the road and as that red-coated figure, the symbol of military authority, draws near, excitement through the Sepoy crowd goes up uncounted degrees. They are about to witness a duel between revolt and discipline, between a mutineer and an adjutant Mungul Pandy has at least one quality of a good soldier. He can face peril coolly.He steadies him self, and grows suddenly silent...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781408631539
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1408631539
Paperback
Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: Lammers Press
508 Pages
Weight: 0,640 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781408631539

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-4086-3153-9, 978-1-4086-3153-9


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