CAMPAIGNING EXPERIENCES IN RAJPOOTANA AND CENTRAL INDIA DURING THE SUPPRESSION OF THE MUTINY 1857-1858

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The story of the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858, written by ‘Fanny’ Duberly, whose frank account of following her husband Henry, paymaster of the 8th Kings Irish Hussars to the Crimea. She fearlessly does the same here, riding 1,800 miles on horseback in hot pursuit of ‘the flying foe’.