Afghanistan, its geographical position, climate and productions -- Outline of Afghan history -- Early negotiations with Afghanistan, preparations for its invasion -- Passage of the Indus, march upon Candahar -- March upon Ghuznee, capture of the place, march on Cabul -- Breaking-up of the army of the Indus, the unquiet state of Afghanistan, surrender of Dost Mohammed -- Peaceful occupation of Cabul and the posts adjacent -- Peaceful occupations at Cabul -- March of Sale's Brigade towards the provinces, operations at Bootkak -- Night attacks on the 35th, advance of the 13th to rejoin their comrades -- March to Tizeen, affair in the valley -- March from Tizeen, rear-guard engaged -- March to Gundamuck, smart affair with the rear-guard -- Bad tidings from Cabul, march, arrival in Camp of unlooked-for visitors, sharp action, approach Jellalabad -- Jellalabad, conflagrations at night, sortie in the morning -- Continuance of the blockade -- Bad news, arrival of Dr. Brydon, his narrative -- Continued preparations for defence, construction of corn-mills, earthquake -- Siege continued, sortie -- Battle of the 7th of April, fall of Colonel Dennie -- Arrival of Pollock's army, sickness in camp -- Advance of Pollock's army to Cabul -- Evacuation of Afghanistan.
Gleig, G.R. Sale's brigade in Afghanistan: with an account of the seisure and defence of Jellalabad. New ed. London: J. Murray, 1861. 300 ix, 182, 32 p.
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