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27.6.1857 : It was but the other day we recorded the centenary of the Battle of Plassy »

30.6.1857 : A careful consideration of the detailed reports »

1.7.1857 : As we peruse the numerous private communications from India »

3.7.1857 : In the short interval which must still elapse »

4.7.1857 : Such an affair as the Indian Mutiny »

9.7.1857 : The English people »

14.7.1857 : We have already said, and we repeat »

18.7.1857 : On the strength of a high authority »

20.7.1857 : The most encouraging feature in the affairs of India »

21.7.1857 : Towards the close of the Russian War »

23.7.1857 : Such an event as this Indian Mutiny »

24.7.1857 : Certainly, if ever the British Empire sinks into decay »

29.7.1857 : The Mail which left Bombay on the 1st of this month »

30.7.1857 : The resolution adopted by the House of Commons »

1.8.1857 : The letter of our Bombay correspondent »

3.8.1857 : England is at present in conflict with the Eastern world »

4.8.1857 : A successful nation, like a successful man »

10.8.1857 : The blindness of the Indian Government to the symptoms »

11.8.1857 : Notwithstanding a certain indefinite persuasion »

12.8.1857 : Time was when a Minister would rouse »

13.8.1857 : The Indian intelligence is still of that varied »

13.8.1857 : There are two questions for the Government »

14.8.1857 : On the 29th of March last a mutiny broke out »

15.8.1857 : Indian names have become household words »

17.8.1857 : When economy has been practised as a virtue »

17.8.1857 : The recent Act of the Legislative Council of India »

18.8.1857 : After reading of the gallant deaths of some half-dozen officers »

18.8.1857 : Our correspondent from China »

21.8.1857 : It is a very natural but not a very politic course »

22.8.1857 : Should any future student of history choose to »

26.8.1857 : The position of affairs in India, and the growing »

27.8.1857 : The Bombay mail arrived at Suez »

27.8.1857 : What is the subject upon which at this moment »

31.8.1857 :The copious and lucid correspondence from India »

31.8.1857 : The barbarities of the mutineers in India »

1.9.1857 : The exertions incumbent upon every department »

1.9.1857 : The Indian Mutiny is eminently a barbaric movement »

2.9.1857 : The warm encomium paid in the Royal Speech »

2.9.1857 : The Proclamation of the mutineers from Delhi »

3.9.1857 : The scene on which the active operations of our Indian forces »

4.9.1857 : From the commencement of the fearful struggle in India »

7.9.1857 : Among the conjectures or explanations suggested »

8.9.1857 : In the last two months we have despatched 25,000 soldiers »

8.9.1857 : It is natural that candidates for seats in Parliament »

11.9.1857 : That truth is often starnger than fiction »

12.9.1857 : As it was never imagined that India »

12.9.1857 : We republish this morning a document »

14.9.1857 : The intelligence from India »

14.9.1857 : The characteristic of making very narrow remarks »

15.9.1857 : The telegraphic intelligence which we have received »

21.9.1857 : Every one who knows anything about the French Press

22.9.1857 : The uncertainties and vicissitudes of war

24.9.1857 : The sympathies and interest of the nation

25.9.1857 : The anomalous and painful struggle in India

28.9.1857 : It seems consistent with analogy, with form

30.9.1857 : After the suppression of the Sepoy rebellion

1.10.1857 : Few things could be imagined more conventional

2.10.1857 : Two of the Tory leaders have favoured the world

3.10.1857 : Two of the Tory leaders have favoured the world

6.10.1857 : We do not know that there is any particular

7.10.1857 : Everybody must feel that we have reason enough

9.10.1857 : The religious aspect of the Indian crisis

15.10.1857 : The circumstantial though succinct delineation

17.10.1857 : It is sometimes asked what is the cheapest

17.10.1857 : The arrival of the Indian journals

19.10.1857 : Lord Ellenborough is just the man to give

20.10.1857 : In the midst of the manifold anxieties

23.10.1857 : In contemplating the great problem

24.10.1857 : We hear that the Calcutta Government

26.10.1857 : Since the tide of success in India

28.10.1857 : Next to the momentous incident of the fall of Delhi

30.10.1857 : The order of prophets cannot be said to be

11.11.1857 : The Indian Mutiny is one of those critical events

12.11.1857 : A comparison of the population of these islands

13.11.1857 : The capture of Delhi and the relief of Lucknow

14.11.1857 : The telegrams which we print to-day add little

14.11.1857 : A bargain-a most foolish and disadvantageous

17.11.1857 : The last news from Calcutta tells us

18.11.1857 : Always have an under-plot to your drama

20.11.1857 : It is not surprising that a demand upon India

23.11.1857 : The liability of the Indian Empire to pay

28.11.1857 : The virtual re-establishment of British supremacy

1.12.1857 : “How is it that the mutineers are not cowed

3.12.1857 : Parliament will this day assemble

5.12.1857 : The concurrence of statesmen of all parties

7.12.1857 : The Committee for the Administration of the Indian Mutiny Relief Fund

9.12.1857 : It is one of the most mournful circumstances

9.12.1857 : The principles unanimously affirmed

10.12.1857 : The news received yesterday by telegraph

11.12.1857 : The question “What is constitutional?”

12.12.1857 : Happily the anxiety caused by the late intelligence

14.12.1857 : As the fortunate progress of affairs in India

16.12.1857 : A descriptive account of things in India

25.12.1857 : An Indian officer, who rose by his own deserts

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