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Given by G.A. Haig and Lady Haig

  1. ‘A personal narrative of the Indian Mutiny, 1857.’ 1880. TS 32 foolscap sheets, bound. (Indefinite loan.) The mutiny experiences of Anna Madeline Jackson at Sitapur and Lucknow. Detailed account of Miss Jackson’s escape from Sitapur and flight before eventually being captured and taken to Lucknow, from where she was rescued after British troops re-took the city. TS 32pp.

See also: Haig Papers