LUCKNOW

[ Major C.H. Dale; Royal Madras Fusiliers; Indian Mutiny; Autograph Letter Signed] Carbon Typescript Memories of the Mutiny with Selections from Notes by Lt. Col. J.A. Woods 102nd Royal Madras Fusiliers. Spectamur Agendo.

Author: 
Major C.H. Dale, Military Knight of Windsor, late102nd Royal Madras Fusiliers.
Dale india
Publication details: 
[ 1911 ]
£1,200.00
Dale india

75pp. (and leaves), 4to, attractive green buckram gt, corners bumped, wear to extremities of spine, mainly good to very good. Bookplate front endpaper, The Royal Dublin Fusiliers; another bookplate of sorts recto of free endpaper This Book was Royal United Service Institution. WITH Autograph Letter Signed CH Dale, two pages, 12mo, [ headed ] 12 Clarendon Villas, Hove, to Bird [Secretary of the Oriental] discussing the manuscript which he has sent his correspondent apparently, Woods' MS Notes and talking about the two [? handwriting difficult ] typed copies.

[ Sir Hugh Rose; hero of Lucknow ] Autograph Letter Signed Strathnairn to Bernard [?] presumably discussing the statement [his correspondent] made in Parliament ].

Author: 
General Lord Strathnewen [ Field Marshal Hugh Henry Rose, 1st Baron Strathnairn (1801–1885), Army officer, later becoming Commander Bombay Army, Commander-in-C., India and then C.-in-C.Ireland ].
Publication details: 
[Embossed address] 52 Berkeley Square, W., Saturday, [9]th August [1884?].
£50.00

Three pages, 12mo, bifolium, stained, large hand, but the hand of a very old man and only just about readable in parts, scratchy and with ink blotches, commencing The Statement you had made in Parliament of which I have read some, and heard [underlined] of respecting Mr Gladstone's good feeling for [...]. The rest can only be read (by me) in part.

[ Felice Beato; Indian Mutiny ] Six Photographs relating to the Relief of Lucknow 1857 [ three so docketed]

Author: 
Felice Beato, Photographer
Publication details: 
[Lucknow, 1857 ]
£2,800.00

Six photographs, laid down on recto and verso of 3 cards c.27 x 21cm, sl. faded, good condition. See images (two online, four on application). Images of : First card: The Secundra Bagh, Showing the Breach and gateway (recto), other image (palace or tomb) not yet found; Second card: Gate of the Chhotu Imambra, other image found online untitled; Third card: Both images onine (one at Wellcome) again untitled. See representative images. Full set on request. He predominantly produced albumen silver prints from wet collodion glass-plate negatives.

[ A luxury hotel in the Edwardian Raj. ] Printed pamphlet: 'Important to Tourists visiting India. Hotel de Paris, Benares Cantt. Branches: Civil and Military Hotels, Lucknow & Cawnpore, Hotel Metropole, Agra.' [ 'Extracts from Remark Book' ]

Author: 
Hotel de Paris, Benares Cantt (Jan and Sons Sole Proprietors) [ Royal Printing Press, Lucknow; India; the Raj ]
Publication details: 
''Royal Printing Press, - Lucknow.'
£300.00

14pp.,12mo. In blue printed wraps with title on front. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. The first 8pp. carry 'Extracts from Remark Book, | Hotel de Paris, Benares. | Season 1902-1903.' The last 6pp. - in what must surely be an egregious breach of etiquette - carry a 'List of Visitors. | Hotel de Paris, Benares. | Season 1902.-1903.' In double column, with 'Names and places. All the visitors are white, with America better represented than Britain. Visitors include 'Lady Brown, Edinburgh', 'Count Alphonse de Fleurier, [Paris]'. 'Mr.

[ Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence, British soldier in India. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('H M Lawrence') to 'Sir Thomas', regarding a payment to 'Mr Hodgson', with mention of his place of birth, Ceylon.

Author: 
Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence (1806-1857), British soldier and statesman in India, who died during the Siege of Lucknow in the Indian Mutiny
Publication details: 
Without place or date [ 1844 ].
£56.00

2pp., 4to. On bifolium. Dated in another hand in pencil '1844'. In good condition, on lightly aged paper. The letter begins: 'My dear Sir Thomas | I have at last ascertained from the Civil Auditor that Mr Hodgson drew the four hundred & fifty Rupees (450) on the 1st Feby nine days before he sailed, and that the bill was made out in his own hand writing'. He is forwarding the recipient's 'note of hand' to his agents, and assumes that 'Mr H, [...] in the hurry of departure doubtless forgot to write' to him. He concludes: 'I hope that your Ceylon trip has been of use to you.

Hand-coloured map of 'The Residency, Palaces, &c. of Lucknow' during the Indian Mutiny, with 'Sketch of the Environs of Lucknow (to the South.) Showing the Route of Sir Colin Campbell's advance', engraved by Edward Weller for the Weekly Dispatch.

Author: 
Edward Weller (d.1884), cartographer; The Weekly Dispatch, London newspaper; Day & Sons, Lithographers to the Queen; Siege of Lucknow, Indian Mutiny, 1857]
Publication details: 
Weekly Dispatch, 139 Fleet Street, London. Printed by Day & Son, Lithographers to the Queen. [1857.]
£25.00

In portrait on piece of 50 x 35 cm. paper, folded twice. Coloured in blue, brown, green and pink. Image 42.5 x 30.5 cm. Printed beneath image: 'Weekly Dispatch 139, Fleet Str. Day & Son, Lithors. to the Queen. Engraved by Edwd. Weller.' In good condition, lightly-aged with slight creasing to edges and a little wear along fold lines. The plan of the environs of Lucknow is 13.5 x 12.5 cm., in the top right-hand corner.

The History of British India Chronologically Arranged.

Author: 
[BRITISH INDIA]
Publication details: 
Saturday, December 5, 1857.
£100.00

[Title continued] "Published with No.1, New Series, of Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper". Sheet, folded, recto comprising four pages, sm. folio, small tear, good condition, giving an "Indian Chronology" from 1593 to 1857 (The Mutiny) and "Statistics of British India" (from population to British Possessions to Means of Communication. More than on ethird of the chronolgy is devoted to the events of the Mutiny, concluding that "The capture of Delhi and the relief of Lucknow crushed the head of the revolt . . .

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