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" Maharajah Scindia, attended by the Governor-General's Agent for Central India, and Sir Hugh Rose, and escorted by British troops, was restored to the palace of his ancestors, and was welcomed by his subjects with every mark of loyalty and attachment.... "
The mutinies and the people, or Statements of native fidelity, exhibited ... - Page 98
by Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - 1859
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence, Part 3

1860
...were totally defeated. On the 20th June, the Maha Rajah Scindia, attended by the Governor-General's Agent for Central India and Sir Hugh Rose, and escorted...that the rebels, aided by the treachery of some of Maha Rajah Scindia's troops, seized the capital of His Highness's kingdom, and hoped to establish a...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence Compiled and Arranged from ..., Part 3

1860
...were totally defeated. On the 20th June, the Maha Rajah Scindia, attended by the Governor-General's Agent for Central India and Sir Hugh Rose, and escorted...that the rebels, aided by the treachery of some of Maha Rajah Scindia's troops, seized the capital of His Highness's kingdom, and hoped to establish a...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 32

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1875
...totally defeated. On the 20tu of June, tue Man»378 379 rajah Scindia, attended by the Governorgeneral's Agent for Central India, and Sir Hugh Rose, and escorted...with every mark of loyalty and attachment. It was on June 1 that the rebels, aided by the treachery of some of Maharajah Scindia's troops, seized the capital...
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English Rule and Native Opinion in India: From Notes Taken 1870-74

James Routledge - British - 1878 - 338 pages
...that the town and fort of Gwalior had been conquered by Major General Sir Hugh Eose. On the 2oth of June the Maharajah Scindia, attended by the Governor...with every mark of loyalty and attachment. It was on June ist that the rebels, aided by the treachery of some of Maharajah Scindia's troops, seized the...
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A History of the Hyderabad Contingent

Reginald George Burton - British - 1905 - 320 pages
...the authority of the Maharaja Sindhia were totally defeated. On the 2Oth June the Maharaja Sindhia, attended by the Governor General's Agent for Central...every mark of loyalty and attachment. It was on the ist June that the rebels, aided by the treachery of some of Maharaja Sindhia's troops, seized the capital...
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The Mutinies and the People, Or, Statements of Native Fidelity Exhibited ...

Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - India - 1905 - 332 pages
...Scindia, were totally defeated. On th& 2Oth June, the Maharaja Scindia, attended by the GovernorGeneral's Agent for Central India, and Sir Hugh Rose, and escorted by British Troops, was restored to the palace of hig ancestors, and was welcomed by his subjects with every mark of loyalty and attachment. It was on...
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The Indian Mutiny 1857-58

G. W. Forrest - 2000 - 190 pages
...were totally defeated. On the 20th of June Maharajah Scindia, attended by the -^Governor-General's Agent for Central India, and Sir Hugh Rose, and escorted...mark of loyalty and attachment. It was on the 1st of June that the rebels, aided by the treachery of some of Maharajah Scindia's troops, seized the capital...
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