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||'Gyan Bapee' or Well of Knowledge
||Railway bridge across the Jumna, Allahabad
||The Memorial Well, Cawnpore
||The Memorial Well, statue by Marochetti
||The mausoleum of Akbar, the upper marble sarcophagus, Secundra
||The principle gate of the Fort, Bhurtpore
||The Fort, Deig
||The Fort, the Palace and Principal Entrance
||The Happy Valley, Gwalior
||Ancient Brahminical temple in the Fort, carved pillars, &c.
||Oriental Bank, Watson's Hotel, &c.
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Photographs of India
||Group of Afredees from the Khyber Pass
||Shepherd, Charles, fl 1858-1878, photographer
||1860–1865 (The date is approximate.)
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295 x 210 mm. Group portrait of four Afridi warriors with their flintlock muskets, known as jezails, posed on the mud ramparts of a fort. A heavily reworked rendering of this print, entitled 'Mountaineers in action', is reproduced as an engraving in Louis Rousselet, 'India and its native princes' (London 1867 edn.) p. 506. Shepherd no. 1387.
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