Archive / Tag: Lucknow

  • Loch Papers
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    Small Collections Box 15 Given by Brigadier I.D. Loch Collection of letters to Major General Stewart Loch From the Commander-in-Chief in India, Field Marshal Lord Birdwood, 4 November 1925, C. […]
  • Killingley Papers: Box 1
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    TS account of the Quetta earthquake 31 May 1935 by Captain D.M. Killingley written immediately after the earthquake for the Regimental Magazine of the 15th Lancers. A vivid first hand account […]
  • Huxham Papers
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    ‘A Personal Narrative of the Siege of Lucknow’, by Mrs A.E. Huxham, the wife of an officer stationed in Lucknow. Microfilm. Original loaned by Mrs McInnes. The narrative begins on […]
  • Hunter-Blair Papers
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    Xerox copies. Letters from Charles Stuart to James Hunter 1761-69. Charles Stuart served with the East India Company and became a member of the Supreme Council of Bengal. He was […]
  • Hunter Papers
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    Small Collections Box 14 Additional papers given by Miss F.E. Hunter to complement the film collection U.P.: 1922-1937 An article from The Listener, 2 December 1936 entitled `Untimely arrival at the […]
  • Hume Papers: Box 2
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    Miscellaneous pamphlets published by the India Defence League and the Indian Empire Society. Hansard of debates in the House of Commons in May and July 1949. Offprints from various newspapers […]
  • Gore-Lindsay Papers
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    Captain. Henry Gore Lindsay Small Collections Box 12 Given by Mrs. Thomas Typescript copies of letters from Captain Gore Lindsay, 3rd Battalion Bath Rifle Brigade, to home. (The letters in […]
  • Gibbon Papers
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    Troop-ship Hydaspes. Saturday morning 18 September, 1857. First night on board, Tolerably comfortable. Going to St. Vincents and from there to Point de Calle, Ceylon. (1 sheet). Hydaspes. St. Vincents 30 […]
  • Dobbs Papers: Box 2
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    Letters from Evelyn to his wife Cecil in Eire from 1921 to 1929. Worked in the United Provinces as a magistrate and Collector and from 1927 as Deputy Commissioner. 1921 […]
  • Dobbs Papers: Box 1
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    1915-1920 Cawnpore; Moradabad; Delhi; Lucknow; Simla; Mirzapur; Allahabad. In these letters, Dobbs comments on: English/Indian relations, and on Indian characteristics; on his judicial cases; education and education service; on local […]