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OUTRAM, Sir James.

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  1. 133311
    OUTRAM, Sir James. Rough Notes of the Campaign in Sinde and Affghanistan [sic], in 1838-9:

    London : 1840

    First UK edition, originally published at Bombay by the American Mission Press in the same year, and uncommon in either edition. Outram "was attached in 1838 to Sir John Keane's staff, when commanding the Bombay Army through Kandahar and Ghazni to Kabul. Outram from Kabul led the pursuit of Amir Dost Muhammad across the Hindu Kush, in 1839, and took... Learn More
    £500.00

    Stock Code: 133311

  2. Rough Notes of the Campaign in Sinde and Afghanistan in 1838-9.
    OUTRAM, Sir James. Rough Notes of the Campaign in Sinde and Afghanistan in 1838-9.

    Bombay : 1840

    True first edition, published in London later in the same year. First-hand account of the first Afghan War uncommon in either edition, Copac listing only four locations for this Bombay edition - BL, SOAS, Royal Asiatic Society, and Oxford University - and seven copies of the London edition, with just a single copy noted at auction. Outram "was attached... Learn More
    £3,250.00

    Stock Code: 118273

  3. The Conquest of Scinde.
    OUTRAM, [James]. The Conquest of Scinde.

    Edinburgh and London : 1846

    First edition, presentation copy of Outram's account of the controversial annexation of Sind, inscribed "With the author's Complements" on the half-title of volume 1, probably in a secretarial hand. Having been specifically requested by Napier as commissioner for the treaty terms, Outram came to identify so closely with the position of the amirs and... Learn More
    £1,750.00

    Stock Code: 120230

  4. Lieut-General Sir James Outram's Campaign in India, 1857-1858;
    OUTRAM, Sir James. Lieut-General Sir James Outram's Campaign in India, 1857-1858;

    London : 1860

    First UK edition, greatly improved and expanded from the unprocurable Calcutta edition of 1858, and "printed for presentation to personal friends of Sir James Outram, who begs that it may be regarded as a private communication, and not a publication" (title page). It remains uncommon: five copies traced in British and Irish institutional libraries (Aberdeen,... Learn More
    £1,500.00

    Stock Code: 116085

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