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Wars in India

' Wars in India ' contains the following 14 items:

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(1) New song [ID: 74891245]

" ... called 'The victory gained at Lucknow' ". By Arthur Quinn. The victory at Lucknow occurred in 1857. First line reads: All you gallant heroes that to England belong. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Author: Quinn, Arthur

Printer: Moore, James, cheap job printer in Belfast

Date printed: 1857

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(2) Great and glorious victory of the British over the Sikhs in India [ID: 74891704]

First line reads: Attend you gallant Britons bold. In two columns.

Printer: Birt, Thomas, fl. 1824-1841

Date printed: 1848

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(3) Wonders of the 1Qth [sic] century [ID: 74891848]

The text refers to many contemporary events, including the Sepoy Rebellion of 1857-1858, the inference from the text is that this conflict had not reached its conclusion. First line reads: Britannia is complaining.

Printer: Such, Henry Parker, fl. 1849 - 1851

Date printed: 1857

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(4) Death of General Sir Henry Havelock, Bart [ID: 74891854]

First line reads: Britannia now weeps for her soldier [l]amenting. In two columns with an illustration above the first. Air: - Sweet little creature.

Date printed: 1857

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(5) New song called the late Indian war [ID: 74892424]

First line reads: Come gather round you Irish men, till I relate this tale. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Printer: Moore, James, printer in Belfast

Date printed: 1858

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(6) Glorious victory in India [ID: 74892667]

First line reads: Every class where er you go. In two columns with an illustration above the first.

Date printed: 1849

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(7) Siege of Dehli; or, the Indian massacre [ID: 74892964]

First line reads: Hark! what is that? It is the siege of Dehli. Tune: - Cheer boys cheer. In two columns.

Printer: Mathers, printer in Whitechapel

Date printed: 1857

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(8) Late India war [ID: 74893270]

The late India war - first line reads: Good people all of each degree both high and low draw/ near. Johnny Doyle - first line reads: I am a fair maiden what's crossed in love.

Printer: Birt, Thomas, fl. 1824-1841

Date printed: 1850

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(9) Late India war [ID: 74893273]

Two ballads. The late India war - first line reads: Good people all of each degree both high and low/ draw near. The maids of merry England - first line reads: O THE maids of merry England, so beautiful and fair.

Printer: A. Ryle and Co.

Date printed: 1846

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(10) Fall of Delhi [ID: 74895733]

First line reads: Proud Delhi at last has been taken. In two columns with an illustration beneath the title. Air: Red, white, and blue.

Printer: A. Ryle and Co.

Date printed: 1857

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(11) Horrors of the Indian mutiny [ID: 74895823]

Untitled. On the outbreak of the 'Indian mutiny'. First line reads: The Russian War just ended, and out lads/ come o'er the main. Tune: Battle of Algiers. In two columns with an illustration above.

Printer: A. Ryle and Co.

Date printed: 1857

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(12) War in India [ID: 74896846]

First line reads: What means this cry of tumult that echoes o'er the/ ocean? In two columns.

Printer: Mathers, printer in Whitechapel

Date printed: 1857

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(13) Massacre of five Catholic clergymen, by the Sepoys at Cawnpore [ID: 74897431]

First line reads: You Catholics all both great and small the young as well/ as old. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Printer: Moore, James, printer in Belfast

Date printed: 1857

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(14) New song called The Irish sepoys [ID: 74897767]

First line reads: You Orangemen of Crossgar and Dromara too. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Printer: Moore, James, printer in Belfast

Date printed: 1858