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  • A city of north-central India south-southeast of Delhi. The city grew around a walled Mogul fort built in 1613. Population: 383,000.


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  • [Illustration: BURIAL PLACE OF THE RAJAHS OF JHANSI.] "At any rate," I said as Bhima Gandharva finished this narrative while we were walking about the burial-place of the rajahs of Jhansi, and occupying ourselves with tracing the curious admixture of Moslem with

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  • True, there had been compensations in the delectable shape of Lakshmibai, Rani of Jhansi, and a Victoria Cross and knighthood at the end of the day, and the only fly in the ointment as I rolled down to Calcutta had been the discovery that during my absence from England some scribbling swine had published his reminiscences of Rugby School, with me as the villain of the piece.


  • The last desperate venture of this kind that I'd sweated over had been when the Hyderabadi Cavalry had charged the breach at Jhansi so that I could be deposited, disguised and petrified with funk, inside the fortress wall, there to worm my way into the presence of the delectable Lakshmibai ... my God, that had been only last year, on the other side of the world!



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