Lieut.-General Sir James Outram’s account of his role in the Indian Mutiny, drawn from his own orders and dispatches, and originally privately circulated among his friends. The book is edited by an anonymous ‘literary gentleman of military knowledge and experience’. Outram is chiefly remembered for his first relief of the besieged British community at Lucknow, in conjunction with Sir Henry Havelock. The siege was then renewed, until Lucknow was finally relieved by Sir Colin Campbell in March 1858.
Taken from Outram’s General Orders and Official Correspondence
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2004 N & M Press reprint of 1860 original edition. SB. xi + 412pp.
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