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THE INDIAN FRONTIER.

,•■'.- CAPTURE OF T#E SAMPAGHA :.■■':"■;'■ ':/'' •'*ASS/ .;■-.■■ - tPBB PIUKJB ASSOpIATION.—CJOEVKIiBHT.] '^/■''v\-''v'cAl'CUTTA > ; October 29. General LockhartV expedition has assembled at Fort Sempagha Pass, and commence" atf'advanee against the enemy td-day.V '.-'.>.- \. .".''' '■■;.'•.,■ •/■■ '■;L'Atl t H. The force under General Lockbart captured the Pass. General A. Gaselee, C.8., led the advance. The enemy made a poor stand. The artillery fire proved most effective in clearing the ranges.. :\ . Captain F: R. MfCrea Debbuts, of the Royal Artillery, who was in charge of the Native mountain artillery, was amongst the killed. s General Lockhart's force have halted in the Mistu'ra Valley.

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THE INDIAN FRONTIER., Evening Star, Issue 10458, 30 October 1897

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THE INDIAN FRONTIER. Evening Star, Issue 10458, 30 October 1897

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