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" Willoughby's return to the magazine, the gates of the magazine were closed and barricaded, and every possible arrangement that could be made was at once commenced on. Inside the gate leading to the park were placed two 6-pounders, double charged with... "
Annals of the Indian Rebellion, 1857-58 - Page 124
by Noah Alfred Chick - 1859 - 932 pages
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The Sepoy Revolt: Its Causes and Its Consequences

Henry Mead - India - 1857 - 398 pages
...the mutineers were admitted directly to the palace, through which they passed cheering. On Lieutenant Willoughby's return to the magazine, the gates of...acting sub-conductor Crow and Serjeant Stewart, with the lighted matches in their hands, and with orders that if any attempt was made to force that gate,...
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The Sepoy Revolt: Its Causes and Its Consequences

Henry Mead - India - 1857 - 398 pages
...the palace, through which they passed cheering. On Lieutenant Willoughby's return to the magazine,the gates of the magazine were closed and barricaded,...acting sub-conductor Crow and Serjeant Stewart, with the lighted matches in their hands, and with orders that if any attempt was made to force that gate,...
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The mutiny of the Bengal army, by one who has served under sir Charles ...

George Bruce Malleson - 1857
...the mutineers were admitted directly to the Palace, through which they passed cheering. On Lieutenant Willoughby's return to the magazine, the gates of...Inside the gate leading to the Park were placed two six-pounders, double-charged with grape, one under Acting Sub-conduct or Crow and Serjeant Stewart,...
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The Sepoy Revolt: Its Causes and Its Consequences

Henry Mead - India - 1858 - 378 pages
...the mutineers were admitted directly to the palace, through which they passed cheering. On Lieutenant Willoughby's return to the magazine, the gates of...with grape, one under acting sub-conductor Crow and Sergeant Stewart, with the lighted matches in their hands, and with orders that, if any attempt was...
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A Few Words Anent the R̀ed' Pamphlet: By One who Has Served Under the Marquis ...

Charles Allen (of the Bengal civil service.), George Bruce Malleson - India - 1858 - 30 pages
...the mutineers were admitted directly to the Palace, through which they passed cheering. On Lieutenant Willoughby's return to the magazine, the gates of...every possible arrangement that could be made was aj; once commenced on. Inside the gate leading to the Park were placed two six- pounders, double.charged...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence, Part 2

1859
...the mutineers were admitted directly to the palace, through which they passed cheering On Lieutenant Willoughby's return to the magazine, the gates of...could be made was at once commenced on. Inside the pile leading to the Park were placed two 6-pounders, double charged with grape, one under Acting Sub-Conductor...
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The Punjab and Delhi in 1857: being a narrative of the measures by ..., Volume 1

John Cave-Browne - History - 1861
...preparations are thus described by Lieutenant Forrest himself : " Inside the gate leading to the park we placed two 6-pounders double charged with grape, one under Acting Sub-Conductor Crow and Sergeant Stewart, with the lighted matches in their hands, and with orders that, if any attempt was...
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The Punjab and Delhi in 1857: Being a Narrative of the Measures by ..., Volume 1

John Cave-Browne - Delhi (India) - 1861
...preparations are thus described by Lieutenant Forrest himself : " Inside the gate leading to the park we placed two 6-pounders double charged with grape, one under Acting Sub-Conductor Crow and Sergeant Stewart, with the lighted matches in their hands, and with orders that, if any attempt was...
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India, Historical and Descriptive: Revised and Enlarged from "Les Voyages ...

Charles Henry Eden - India - 1876 - 290 pages
...the mutineers were admitted directly to the palace, through which they passed cheering. On Lieutenant Willoughby's return to the magazine, the gates of...gate leading to the park were placed two 6-pounders, double-charged with grape — one under Acting Sub-Conductor Crow and Sergeant Stewart, with the lighted...
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British battles on land and sea, Volume 3

James Grant - 1880
...and bastions. "On Lieutenant Willoughb/s return to the magazine," continues Mr. Forrest, " the gates were closed and barricaded, and every possible arrangement that could be made was at once commenced. Inside the gate leading to the park were placed two six-pounders, double loaded with grape, one under...
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