The Story of the Guides eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 176 pages of information about The Story of the Guides.

Lumsden, Harry, General, raises the Corps of Guides, 4
  Captures Mughdara, 7
  At Lahore, 14-17
  At Mooltan, 22-26
  At Nuroat, 27-8
  His choice of men, 51-3
  And Dilawur Khan, 55-9
  And Waziris, 78-9
  Transferred from Guides, 81
  Tribute to his qualities, 81-3
  References to, 10, 21, 87, 186, 189, 193

Lundkwar Valley, the, 9

Lyell, Dr. R., of the Guides, 48

M

Macgregor, Sir Charles, his tribute to the Guides, 97

Maclean, H. Lt., 177, 184, 193

Macpherson, Gen., 134

McQueen, Sir John, 192

Maharani (the) of the Punjab, revolt of, 13-17

Malakand, the, 162, 172-184

Malandrai, 191

Mandra, 69

Maps, the objections of the natives to surveying, 40, 155

Mardan, 40, 65, 67, 115, 125, 171
  Daily life at, 194-5

Meerut, 65, 71

Mehtab Sing, 108

Meiklejohn, Col., 175-8

Metcalfe, Sir Theophilus, 72

Mihna, 70

Minchin, Lt., 174, 179

Mohaindin, 22

Monastery picquet, the, 88

Mooltan, fighting round, 19-30

Mounted Police, 65

Mughdara, village of, captured by Guides, 7

Mullah Abdullah, 87

Mulraj, the Diwan revolts, 18-19
  Defeated by Herbert Edwardes, 21
  Surrenders, 26

Mundah, 171

Mutiny, the Guides in the, 65-75

N

Naik, the, 10

Napier of Magdala, Lord, 50

Native Infantry, 14th, 89

Native Infantry, 55th, 65, 191

Native soldiers, their devotion to our English Officers, 82-6,
    114, 125, 149
  Awkwardness of using them against their own people, 136

Nawadand (Utmankheyl village of) captured, 43-46

Nicholson, John, pursues mutineers, 66
  General reference to, 12, 65, 69

North camp (Malakand), 176

North-west frontier, 51

Nowshera, cantonment of, 65, 68, 93, 94

Nuksan Pass, 64

O

Ommanney, A.M., 191, 192

Order of, Merit, the twelve Guides awarded, 129
  After the Malakand Campaign, 184

Owen, Roddy, 162

P

Paia, Cavignaris’ attack on, 93-4

Panjkora, the, 166

Panjtar Hills, the, 7

Patiala, the Maharaja of, 71

Peebles, Captain, 170

Peshawur, 8, 40, 43, 61,65, 66, 74, 83

Pioneers, 32nd, 170

Pipli, 71

Political Officers in the Punjab, 2

Probyn, Sir Dighton, 91

Punjab, the, position of British in 1846, 2, 8; in 1848, 12-17

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