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ad be●en without food or water for ▓forty-eight hours.These were t▓he men who made the Empire; regiments l▓ike the 3rd Light Dragoons, the 50th●, 62nd, 29th, and 53rd made the history ▓of which their descendants rea●p the benefit. The sympath▓y of Hardinge for his men is to●uching.He visited the wounded and c●heered them.To a man who had los●t an arm he pointed sympathetically ●to his own emp

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ty sleeve, and remin▓ded him of Quatre Bras; to him who had los▓t a leg he told the story of how his own son ●had fought in that wondrous ●battle, and had done so without the foot h●e had lost in former fight.Bu●t all archologists will reco●gnise in him a confrère as t▓he man who repaired and prevent●ed from falling into decay the T●aj Mahal at Agra. No one can read t●he story of the Sikh War without a feelin●g of pride for the men who did ▓th

eir duty so patiently, so bra●vely, and under such distresses●.But they had still much to do with one ▓of the bravest and most stubborn foe▓s the British have ever had to face in Hind▓ostan.For in January 1846 the ▓Sikh Sirdars threatened Loodianah, an▓d effected a passage of the Sutlej near ▓that place, as well as at a ●point near where they had recrossed the riv●er after their defeat at Ferozeshah●.This latter passage, near Sobraon,

formed by a● bridge of boats, they had further cove▓red by a well-constructed tête▓ du pont. Sir Harry Smith, ●a Peninsular veteran whose medal ribb▓on bore twelve clasps, marched to● arrest the danger that threa▓tened Loodianah, and thus eventually ▓brought on the battle of Aliwal, a▓s the Sobraon position brought on the bat▓tle that bears that name.In both the British● were victorious, though with heavy loss. 29▓1

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The battle formation at Aliwal was typic▓al, and is therefore worth recording.The▓ front was covered by the cavalry ●in “contiguous columns of squadrons▓,” with two battalions of horse artillery betw▓een the Brigades.The infantry followe●d in “contiguous columns of briga▓des at deploying intervals,” with arti●llery in the spaces between brigades, and ●two eight-inch howitzers in rear.The ▓right flank, as far as a wet n?/p>

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坲llah some distance off, was co▓vered by the 4th Irregular Cavalry.●There seems, therefore, to have been but one▓ line, and this was fully capable of manuvrin●g.From the above line of columns it formed li●ne with bayonets fixed and colours flying, the● artillery forming three groups, one on eit▓her flank, the other in the centre.▓ When the Sikhs threatened to turn▓ the right of this line, it “broke into colu▓mns to take ground to the

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right and reform line ●with the precision of the most correct field●-day,”60 and for a second time advanced. Th▓e whole force was but 10,000 m▓en against nearly 20,000 of the enemy, w●ith 68 guns, but the position was gloriously ca●rried, and the 16th Lancers and the 31st▓, 50th, and 53rd Regiments greatly disting●uished themselves, the Lancers l●osing 100 men and 8 officers, while th●e total “bill” was 589 men; but the victory wa▓s most compl

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rs and 135 men; the 31st, 7 offi

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c●ers and 147 men; the 50th, 12

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officers an▓d 227 men; and the

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10th, 3 officers▓ and 130 men:

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vernor-General. Int●estine troubles, in due course and ▓as usual, arose in Mooltan.There was the● customary doubt as to the loyal●ty of some of the Sirdars of Mooltan.The Europe●

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an assistant resident and some others were murd▓ered at Lahore; a sufficient cause for furthe▓r war.Some insignificant skirmishes pr●eceded the final and more imp▓ortant collisions.M

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ooltan was b▓esieged by a force under General Whish, an oper●ation shared in by the 10th and▓ 32nd European Regiments, but the sieg▓e had to be abandoned.Lord Gough had ●meanwhile b

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