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Preface. Page I. Introductory 1 II. The Conspirators 21 III. The First Mutterings of the Storm 34 IV. The Spread of the Epidemic 43 V. Barrackpur, Calcutta, and the North-West to the 9th of May 51 VI. The Revolt at Mirath and the Seizure of Dehli 64 VII. The Effect, Throughout India, of the Seizure of Delhí 87 VIII. The Progress of the Insurrection in the North-West in May and June 99 IX. The March to Delhí 112 X. Kánhpur, Lakhnao, and Allahábád 128 XI. Calcutta in June and July 151 XII. The Leaguer of Kánhpur 159 XIII. Neill at Banáras and Allahábád--Havelock's Recovery of Kánhpur 178 XIV. The Residency of Lakhnao After Chinhat--Havelock's First Attempts to Relieve It 203 XV. Calcutta and Western Bihár in July and August 213 XVI. The First Relief of the Lakhnao Residency 231 XVII. The Leaguer of Agra 246 XVIII. Events in the Ságar and Narhadá Territories, Central India, Rájpútána, The Mírath Districts, Rohiklhand, and the Panjáb 254 XIX. The Siege of Storming of Delhí 278 XX. From Delhí, to Agra and Kánhpur--Sir Colin Campbell at Kánhpur 313 XXI. The Second Reilef of thew Lakhnao Residency--Windham and the Gwáliár Contingent 323 XXII. Sir Colin Campbell Recover the Duár 340 XXIII. Eastern Bengal, Eastern Bihár, &Aacugte;zamgarh, Allahábád, and Eastern Oudh 345 XXIV. The Storming of Lakhnao 355 XXV. Ázamgarh--Reconquest of Rohilkhand, or Oudh, of the Ázamgarh and Western Bihár Districts 370 XXVI. Western and Central India 381 XXVII. The Last Embers of the Revolt 398 XXVIII. Conclusion 403
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Page Portrait of Sir Colin Campbell, Afterwards Lord Clyde Frontispiece Portrait of Sir Henry Lawrence 60 Portrait of Sir Henry Havelock 188 Portrait of Sir James Outram 236 Plan to Illustrate the Operations of the British Army Before Delhí in 1857 278 Sketch of Operations for the Relief and Withdrawal of the Lakhnao Garrison 328 Plan to Illustrate the Operations Before Lakhnao in March 1858 358
The Portraits of Lord Clyde, Sir H. Lawrence and Sir H. Havelock are engraved by permission of Messrs Henry Graves & Co.