Remarks on the most important military operations of the English forces, on the western side of the peninsula of Hindoostan; in 1873, and 1874, in which, the conduct of the army under the command of Brigadier General Mathews, is vindicated, from the illiberal misrepresentations, contained in a late Narrative, signed John Charles Sheen, and published by order of the Court of Directors of the East India Company. In a series of letters to a friend in England. To which are annexed two original letters, from Gen. Mathews to Lord Macartney, and Sir Eyre Coote. By a British officer ...
|Main Author:||Moodie, John.|
|Other Authors:||British officer.|
London : Robson and Clarke, J. Sewell, 1788.
Sheen, John Charles.
Oakes, Henry, > Sir, Bart., > 1756-1827. > Authentic narrative of the treatment of the English ...
East India Company.
India > History, Military.
The "Narrative" is by Sir Henry Oakes; only the appendix is by Sheen.
1 p. l., [v]-vii, , 124 p.
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