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CAVALRY-
H.M. 3rd Lt. Drag.. Lieut. J. B. Hawkes, slightly.

H. W. White, ditto.
Cornet Kauntze, severely.

Quartermaster Crabtree, slightly. 1st INFANTRY DIVISIONStaff

Lieut. Holdich, severely.
Lieut.-Col. Penny, ditto.

Capt. Garvock, ditto.
H.M. 31st Regt. Lieut. Law, ditto.

Elmslie, ditto.
Timbrell, dangerously.
Gabbet, slightly.

H. G. Tritton, mortally.
Ensign Jones, severely.

Lieut. and Adjt. Bolton, ditto. 47th N. I..

Lieut. and Adjt. Renny, ditto.
Lieut. James, slightly.
Ensign Walcot, ditto.

Oyston, ditto.
H.M. 50th Regt. Lieut.-Col. Ryan, dangerously.

Bt.-Lieut.-Col. Pettit, ditto.
Capt. G. Tew, ditto.

Bonham, ditto.
Needham, ditto.

Wilton, very severely.
Lieut. Hough, severely.

J. G. Smyth, ditto.

C. Mouat, ditto.

Ensign Slessor, slightly. 42nd N. I.

Lieut. C. Tottenham, ditto.

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42nd N. I.

Major Polwhele, slightly.

Lieut. Macqueen, severely.
Nusseeree Battalion. Capt. C. O'Brien, ditto.
2nd INFANTRY DIVISION-
Staff

Major-Gen. Gilbert, slightly.
Lieut. F. Gilbert, A.D.C., ditto.
Lieut.-Col. Maclaren, C.B., dan-

gerously, H.M. 29th Regt. Lieut. G. H. Jones, very se

verely.
Capt. Stepney, severely.

Young, slightly.

Murchison, ditto.
Lieut. Henry, severely.

Duncan, ditto.
W. Kirby, very severely.
C. Macdonnel, severely.
Walker, slightly.
St. G. Nugent, severely.
G. Henderson, contusion.

Scudamore, severely.

Ensign Mitchell, very severely. 1st Europeans Capt. Magnay, severely.

Lieut. Patullo, ditto.

Lambert, ditto.
Dennis, ditto.
Hume, dangerously.

Staples, slightly.
Ensign Palmer, ditto.

Davidson, mortally (dead).
Innes, slightly.

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Sirmoor Battalion Lieut. Beatson, severely. 16th N. I... Capt. Balderston, ditto.

Ensign Hodson, slightly. 41st N. I. .

Capt. Halford, severely.

» Cumberlege, ditto. Lieut. J. Stephen, slightly.

Onslow, ditto.

Kemble, ditto.
Ensign Scatchard, mortally (dead).

Aikman, slightly.

J. Bennet, ditto. 68th N. I..

Lieut. Robertson, slightly.

Ensign Dorin, ditto. 3rd INFANTRY DIVISION

H.M. 9th Regt. . Lieut. Daunt, slightly. 26th N. I..

Lieut. Mackenzie, severely.

Ensign R. White, slightly. H.M. 62nd Regt.

Lieut. Haviland, severely. H.M. 80th Regt. Capt. Cookson, slightly.

Lieut. Crawley, severely,

Kingsley, ditto.

Ensign Wandesford, ditto. 33rd N. I.

Lieut. Tulloh, ditto. 63rd N. I.

Capt. Ormsby, ditto.
Lieut. Morrison, slightly.

Ensign Barber, ditto.
H.M. 10th Regt. Lieut. R. Evans, ditto.

C. Lindham, ditto. 43rd N. I.

Capt. Lyell, very severely.

Ensign Munro, severely. 59th N.I.

Lieut. H. Lumsden, ditto.

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(Sixty-seven pieces of artillery captured, of which no official description is published.)

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THE BRITISH FORCES CROSS THE SUTLEJ, AND ARE CON

CENTRATED AT KUSSOOR-VISIT OF GHOOLAB SINGH

AND DHULEEP SINGH TO THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL

THE ARMY ADVANCE TO LAHORE-THE SIKH

ARMY

DISPERSE AND SURRENDER THEIR GUNS.

No action ever fought in the East was more decisive than that of Sobraon, and few battles of modern times have exhibited a greater loss in proportion to the numbers engaged.

It must appear that the enemy's intentions in building a bridge of boats across the river, in face of the British army, was to deter Sir Henry Hardinge from transferring the war to the opposite shore, where the Sikh soldiery

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