By Charles John Griffiths
EDITED through HENRY JOHN YONGE
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It was not long before we heard the sound of firing, and shots came in quick succession, maddening us beyond control, for we thought of our men, few in number and scattered over the fort, opposed to some five or six hundred of these savages. ” and all this couched in language more forcible than polite. ” Every heart thrilled with excitement. All longed to have a brush with the mutineers, and help our comrades in the fort who were fighting against such odds. Twenty paces only we advanced, and then, by the Brigadier's command, our Colonel gave the order to halt.
Two sentries were posted in front of the guns, two on the right and left of my small detachment, and two in the rear. The plain extended before us for miles to the horizon, bare and treeless, without one intervening obstacle. Evening closed and night came on—a night dark as Erebus, though the stars shone bright and luminous in the heavens. All nature was silent as the grave, and, save for the tramp of the sentinels and the marching away and return of the patrolling parties, for hours we heard no sound.
CAPTURE OF THE CITY September 7 to 14 Strength of our force—General Wilson's order—Volunteers for artillery called for—All our batteries open fire—Number of casualties during bombardment— Frequent sorties—Death of Captain Fagan, Bengal Artillery—Breaches examined—Orders for the assault—Details of columns—The assault—Blowing in of Kashmir Gate—Details of the operations—Cowardly tactics of the enemy—Gallant conduct of Private Moylan, 61st Regiment—Gallant conduct of Surgeon Reade, 61st Regiment—Doing of Nos.
7A Narrative of the Siege of Delhi: With An Account Of The Mutiny At Ferozepore In 1857 by Charles John Griffiths