1803, Jan 291863, Mar 11
an English general who fought in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. In 1825, he was sent to Khandesh, where he trained a light infantry corps, formed of the Bhils, a tribe native to the densely forested hills of that region. He gained over them a marvellous personal influence, and employed them with great success in checking outrages and plunder. Their loyalty to him had its principal source in their admiration of his hunting achievements, which in cool daring and hairbreadth escapes have perhaps never been equalled.
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09/25/1857-Relief of Lucknow by Henry Havelock and James Outram begins
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