By Charles John Griffiths
EDITED via HENRY JOHN YONGE
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Each of these, standing erect, was bound to a cannon and tightly secured, with the small of the back covering the muzzle.
THE RICHES OF DELHI REMINISCENCES OF THE SIEGE OF DELHI, 1857 CHAPTER I. FEROZEPORE CHAPTER II. ON THE MARCH CHAPTER III. BEFORE DELHI CHAPTER IV. CAPTURE OF THE CITY CHAPTER V. OCCUPATION OF THE CITY CHAPTER VI. THE RICHES OF DELHI INDEX. A Narrative of the Siege of Delhi With An Account of the Mutiny at Ferozepore In 1857 A NARRATIVE OF THE SIEGE OF DELHI WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE MUTINY AT FEROZEPORE IN 1857 BY CHARLES JOHN GRIFFITHS LATE CAPTAIN 61ST REGIMENT EDITED BY HENRY JOHN YONGE LATE CAPTAIN 61ST REGIMENT WITH PLANS AND ILLUSTRATIONS LONDON JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET, W.
I was standing at the extreme right of the line with the Grenadier Company, and some distance from the guns; but I had provided myself with a pair of strong glasses, and therefore saw all that followed clearly and distinctly. There was no unnecessary delay in the accomplishment of the tragedy. Two of the wretched creatures were marched off to the gallows, and placed with ropes round their necks on a raised platform under the beam. The order was given for the guns to be loaded, and quick as thought the European artillerymen placed a quarter charge of powder in each piece.
7A Narrative of the Siege of Delhi: With An Account Of The Mutiny At Ferozepore In 1857 by Charles John Griffiths