1 edition of Nickalsain, the life and times of John Nicholson, Brigadier-General in the army of the honourable East India Company, 1822-1857 found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 360-364.
|Statement||Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub.|
|Publishers||Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Pub.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|2||MA/AH instant publishing series.|
|3||Military affairs/aerospace historian instant publishing series|
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He died from his wounds in a bungalow in Delhi's cantonment area and is buried at the Nicholson cemetary in the city. The photo on the left is of the plaque on the wall directly opposite the Obelisk's padlocked door.
Nickalsain after arriving in India, he saw his first combat action in the first Afghan War 1839-42. Label The life and services of Brevet Brigadier-General Andrew Jonathan Alexander, United States army. Behind the Pass not visible on the photo to the left of the Obelisk are remains of the famous Grand Trunk Road, built by the Afghan King Sher Shah Suri in about 1540, which connected Kabul with Calcutta. I have the Honor to be with great regard Gentn Yr Most Obed.
The two photos on the right show me standing next to and sitting on the base of the Obelisk. Genl, dated in New port, announcing the evacuation of Rhode Island by the Enemy on Monday night last.
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Paul Hewitt, Headmaster at the Royal School Dungannon in Northern Ireland, which Nicholson attended until 1838.
We had spent one year and three months on the island of Rhode Island, had withstood many hardships, and had much duty on watch and at the defenses.
"Imperfect" stamped inside front cover, but appears to be compete and the only defect noted was a slightly misalligned front end page.
The photo on the left is of the plaque on the wall directly opposite the Obelisk's padlocked door.