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THE RIGHT HONOURABLE

LT.-GEN. VISCT. HARDINGE, G.C. B.,

The Governor-General of India ;

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE

GENERAL LORD GOUGH, G.C.B.,

Commander-in-Chief ;

MAJOR-GENERAL

SIR HARRY SMITH, BART., G.C. B.,

AND OTHER DOCUMENTS;

COMPRISING THE ENGAGEMENTS OF

MOODKEE, FEROZESHAH, ALIWAL,

AND

SOBRAON;

WITH A MAP OF THE COUNTRY, AND SEVEN PLANS OF THE POSITIONS

OF THE ARMY.

Second Edition.

LONDON:
JOHN OLLIVIER, 59, PALL MALL;

AND

ACKERMANN & Co., 96, STRAND.

1846.

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Major-General Smith to the Adjutant-General of the Army

Return of Killed and Wounded-Battle of Aliwal

Ordnance captured.

Pencil Express written on the field of Battle by Sir Harry Smith

SOBRAON,

The Governor-General to the Secret Committee

Proclamation

General Order by the Governor-General

The Commander-in-Chief to Governor-General

Return of Killed and Wounded-Battle of Sobraon

Proclamation

Extract of a Letter from the Commander-in-Chief

The Commander-in-Chief's Letter quoted in the House of Commons by Sir

Robert Peel

General Order by the Governor-General

The Government Secretary to the Governor-General

The Commander-in-Chief to the Governor-General

General Order by the Governor-General

Government Notifications Nos. 1 to 3

Treaty between the British Government and the State of Lahore

State Visit of the Governor-General to the Maharajah at Lahore

Treaty between the British Government and Maharajah Gholab Singh

Vote of Thanks to the Army in India--House of Lords

House of Commons

Speech of Sir Robert Peel

Vote of Thanks of Parliament~ALIWAL and SOBRAON

Extract of the Earl of Ripon's Speech

Remarks of the Duke of Wellington

Extract of Sir Robert Peel's Speech

Thanks of the East India Company to the Army in India

Thanks of the Court of Common Council, London, to the Army in India; with

the Freedom of the City, in Gold Boxes, value 100 guineas, to Vis-

count Hardinge, Lord Gough, and Major-General Sir Harry Smith,

Bart.

Annuities granted to Viscount Hardinge and Lord Gough

Services of Viscount Hardinge

of Lord Gough

Statistical Account of the General Actions in which Lord Gough commanded

in chief

Returns of Her Majesty's regiments with the army of the Sutlej-their strength

and casualties

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