PART THREE: THE IMPACT OF THE MUTINYRevizualising and Reimagining the MutinySacred Spaces & Contested Sites
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Delhi Mutiny Papers - Press List - A descriptive British index of the 'Mutiny Papers' now held in the National Archives of India, New Delhi. The papers, in Urdu and Persian describe activities in the city and the court of the Mughal emperor during the time of the Uprising.
Napier to Wellington 1849 - Extracts of a report addressed to the Duke of Wellington on the 'Military State of India, 27 November 1849 - Napier sees 'nothing to fear'from the Indian Army.
Napier to Wellington 1850 - Extract from a letter from General Sir C.J. Napier to the Duke of Wellington, dated Simla, 15 June 1850 - discusses problems of discipline in the Bengal Army, especially with regard to the ascendancy of Brahmins in the force.