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

Author: 
Felice Beato, Photographer
Lucknow
Publication details: 
[Lucknow, 1857 ]
£1,200.00
Lucknow

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.

[ Cosens and Wallace; authorial inscription; book ] Fatehgarh and the Mutiny.

Author: 
Lt.Col. F.R. Cosens and C.L. Wallace.
Publication details: 
Lucknow: Newul Kishore Press, 1933
£150.00

Pp.[viii].276, 5 fdg maps, hinge strain, wear and tear, ex lib Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (cancellation stamp). See image. INSCRIBED BY ONE OF THE AUTHORS: Katherine Weston from C.L. Wallace. April 29th 1933.

[ F.R. Maunsell; Delhi; Indian Mutiny; Pamphlet ] The Siege of Delhi. A Record by a Survivor who filled an important post at the 'Glorious' Siege.

Author: 
[ F.R. Maunsell, K.C.B. ]
Delhi
Publication details: 
London Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd, 1912
£80.00
Delhi

Pamphlet, 23pp., 8vo, with addendum slip, green wraps quite heavily sunned, contents good condition. Copies in copyright libraries plus NY.

[ Cosens and Wallace; authorial inscription; book ] Fatehgarh and the Mutiny.

Author: 
Lt.Col. F.R. Cosens and C.L. Wallace.
Fatehgarh
Publication details: 
Lucknow: Newul Kishore Press, 1933
£150.00
Fatehgarh

Pp.[viii].276, 5 fdg maps, typewritten addenda inserted, hinge strain, wear and tear, ex lib Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (cancellation stamp). See image. INSCRIBED BY ONE OF THE AUTHORS: To Mother and Olive | from | F.R. Cosens.

[ Gavin S. Jones; MS (author's) additions & changes; book; Proof Copy? ] The Story of My Escape from Fatehgarh

Author: 
[ Gavin S. Jones ][ Ed. T. Gavin Jones, the author's son?]
Gavin Jones
Publication details: 
No imprint or colophon [[Cawnpore:] Printed at the Pioneer Press, by Geo. Sim, 1913 ]
£750.00
Gavin Jones

Pp.77, 8vo, grey paper (front) wrap (missing back wrap), closed tear penetrating middle of several pages (c.1-2cms), wrap and back page grubby, wrap with marks (see image), overal condition poor-fair. With bookplate with stamp indicating the book was disposed of by the RUSI. WITH MS Corrections and Additions by the author with the word Corrected written by him on front wrap. After signing off the printed work as if a letter, Gavin S. Jones. | Cawnpore, 5th Feb.

[ Leopold von Orlich; Indian Mutiny; Pamphlet ] The Military Mutiny in India: Its Origin and its Results [...] With Observations by Major-General Sir W.M.G. Colebrooke.

Author: 
Leopold von Orlich [ Major-General Sir W.M. G. Colebrooke ]
Orlich
Publication details: 
London: T. and W. Boone, 29 New Bond Street, 1858.
£320.00
Orlich

Pamphlet, 31pp., 8vo, pink paper wraps, showing signs of wear and tear, particularly the spine (see image). Translated from the German. Three copies recorded (British Libraries).

[ Shepherd & Robertson; Indian Mutiny ] [Docketed] Mutineers. Delhi. Image of two sturdy, implacable Mutineers under guard.

Author: 
Shepherd & Robertson, Photographers
Publication details: 
[ Delhi, 1858?]
£3,500.00

23 x 18.5cm, laid down on larger piece of paper. See image (backing paper reduced from original). Shepheard & Robertson Photrs bottom right, backing sl. stained with two small closed tears, good condition. Note: I look forward to being told where I can find this image reproduced.

[Sir Vincent Eyre: his reminiscences of his friend Sir James Outram, 'The Bayard of India'.] Long Autograph Letter Signed ('Vincent Eyre') to C. R. Low, giving 'reminiscences of Outram', a British hero of the Indian Mutiny.

Author: 
Sir Vincent Eyre (1811-1881), East India Company Major General, relieved the Siege of Arrah in the Indian Mutiny [Sir James Outram (1803-1863), 'The Bayard of India'; Charles Rathbone Low (1837-1918)]
Publication details: 
No date, but part quoted in Low's 1880 'Soldiers of the Victorian Age'. From 'Hotel Metropole. Geneva.'
£500.00

See the entries Eyre and Outram in the Oxford DNB. 10pp, 12mo. On two bifoliums and one loose leaf. In good condition, lightly aged. Folded twice. A large part of this letter is quoted, as coming from 'Sir Vincent Eyre, the friend and companion in arms of Sir James Outram', on pp.168-170 of the second volume of Low's 1880 'Soldiers of the Victorian Age'. The opening of the actual letter, which is not quoted, reads: 'My dear Low. | You expressed a wish for any reminiscences of Outram I might be able to furnish.

Autograph Signature ('Napier of Magdala').

Author: 
Robert Cornelis Napier (1810-1890), 1st Baron Napier of Magdala, British army officer, Commander-in-Chief in India, 1870-1876.
Publication details: 
March 1884; place not stated.
£18.00

On piece of laid paper, dimensions 6 x 11 cm. Good. Clearly complying with a request for an autograph. Reads 'With much pleasure | [signed] Napier of Magdala | March 1884'.

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