Defeat of the Peishwas army before Jhansi by General Rose st April c The enemy tried to stop our pursuit by setting the jungle on fire but nothing could check the ardour of the artillery and cavalry who galloped in pursuit British military commander Hugh Rose leads his troops against the Indians Illustration from The History of the Indian Mutiny by Charles Ball Volume I The London Printing Publishing Company c
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