THE INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLE.
.»■ . (Pbb Press Association.—Cofvbioht.] CALCUTTA, November 3. The tribesmen are resisting the forward movement of the British troops, and attacked the baggage guard at close quarters and harassed the picket. Four mou belonging to the Queen's Regiment were killed while defending the baggage, which was looted. The mosque where the original attack I on the British at the outbreak of the re- J bellion was plauued proves to bo a mud- i roofed blockhouse.
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THE INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLE., Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
THE INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLE. Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
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