The Mutiny of the Bengal Army

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THE MUTINY

OF

THE BENGAL ARMY.


An Historical Narrative.

BY ONE WHO HAS SERVED UNDER
SIR CHARLES NAPIER.

FOURTH THOUSAND.

LONDON:
BOSWORTH AND HARRISON, 215 REGENT STREET.
MDCCCLVII.



LONDON:
Printed by G. Barclay, Castle St. Leicester Sq.



TO

THE LIVING AND THE DEAD—

THE LIVING EARL OF ELLENBOROUGH

AND

THE DEAD SIR CHARLES NAPIER,

WHO BOTH KNEW

HOW TO CHECK A MUTINY,

TO SELECT EFFICIENT PUBLIC SERVANTS,

AND TO GAIN THE AFFECTIONS OF THOSE OVER WHOM THEIR

SWAY EXTENDED,

These Pages are Dedicated

India, July 2, 1857.


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This work was published before January 1, 1924, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.