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Description of the Plates (1-13)

View of the mountain Baba-Naunee, called Kutl-Cahor.

The Durbar-Khaneh of Shah Shoojah-ool-Moolk, at Caubul.

Dedication To the Most Noble the Marquis Wllesley,Knight of the Garter, etc. etc. etc. This work on the recent operations of the British Army in Afghaunistan, is respectfully dedicated, by His Lordship's most obedient servants, Graves & Warmsley.

The Balla Hissar and city of Caubul from the upper part of the Citadel.

Scene of the river Sutledge, near Pauk-Puttun in the Punjaub.

The troops emerging from the narrow part of the defile [in the Koojah Pass].

The third descent of the Koojah Pass.

The Valley of Maidan.

Caubul, from a burying ground on the mountain ridge, North-East of the city.

The avenue at Baber's tomb.

The opening into the narrow Pass above the Siri Bolan.

The first descent through the Koojah Pass.

Title page Sketches in Afghaunistan, by J. Atkinson, esq.

The encampment at Dadur, with the entrance to the Bolan Pass.

Description of the Plates (14-25)

The tomb of the Emperor Baber.

Entrance to the Bolan Pass from Dadur.

The main street in the bazaar at Caubul in the fruit season.

The second descent through the Koojah Pass.

The town of Roree and the fortress of Bukker, on the Indus.

Caubul costumes.

Surrender of Dost Mahommed Khan, to Sir William Hay Macnachten Bart, at the Entrance into Caubul from Killa-Kazee.

The village of Urghundee.

Entrance into the Kojak Pass from Parush.

The approach to the fortress of Kwettah.

The wild Pass of Siri-Kajoor.

The city of Candahar.

The fortress and citadal of Ghuznee and the two minars.

Entrance to the Khyber Pass from Punjaub

Interior of the tomb of Sultan Mahmood, Guznee; Khan Sheereen Khan, chief of the Juwansheer Kuzzilbashos; Hajee Khan, Kauker

Cabul : retinue of Shah Shoojau Ool Moolk, Mahomed Shah Giljee, chief executioner, Ghufoor, a mutilator

Indian and attendants.

Exterior of the tomb of Sultan Mahmood, Guznee; Abdool Rusheed Khan; Yacoob Beg, Toorkumun, Ambassador from Khiva to Cabul

Umeers of Sinde, a Sindian woman, priest and soldier, ancient of the Indus.

Cabul : a fulloodeh stall, with Huzzareh's carrying snow, &c., to market

Cabul : a "kuttar" or string of blind beggars

Perganeh, near Istalif : Huzzareh's firing with Juzzaeels

Cabul : Affghan and Kuzzilbash ladies

A nephew of Dost Mahomed Khan, on the celebrated horse

Shah Shoojau Ool Moolk

Cabaub shop, Cabul

Atmaram, Prime Minister of the chief of Koondooz; Naib Mah[omed] [Shureef;] [Gholam] Mahomed, Barukzye; Jan Fishan Khan, Pergamee; the plai[] and part of the Kohistan.

Castle of Zohauk-i-Maran; the British commandant of Shah Shoojau's second Janbaz cavalry, and Affghan troopers of the corps

1. Meer Alum Khan, Umleh Bashee; 2. Dost Mahomed Khan, Chaoosh Bashee; 3. Meer Alee, Umleh Bashee; 4. Surfuraz Khan, Rikab Bashee

A Dooranee noble and his attendant at the palace, Candahar

Mahomed Umeen Khan, Walee of Khooloom, with his minister and attendants

The sandal wood gates of Somnauth

Jellalabad : Sirdar Mahomed Ukbar Khan

The "Bullock's Hump" and military cantonments, Kandahar

Town and citadel of Ghuznee

Kandahar lady of rank, engaged in smoking

Mosque and tomb of the emperor sooltaun Mahmood, of Ghuznee

Hyder Khan, the governor of Ghuznee; Oosbegs of Mooraud Bey

List of subjects

Dourraunnee chieftains in full armour

Dost Mahommed King of Caubul and his youngest son

Meerz Fyze, an Oosbeg elchee, or ambassador

Ghiljie women of the lower orders; Khoja Padshauh, a Ko-i-staun chief, with his armed retainers

[Title page.]

Jaunbauz, or Afghaun cavalry, with horse bearing implements for smoking &c.

Interior of the city of Kandahar, from the house of the sirdar "Meer Dil Khan" brother of the king of Caubul

Mosque of Goolaum Hoossein Huzrut-jee, a great prophet of the Afghauns, and the tombs of the kings at Kandahar

Atmaran" Hindoo of Peshawar

List of subscribers [2]

Encampment of the Kandahar army, under General Nott, outside the walls of Caubul, on the evacuation of Afghaunistaun by the British

List of subscribers [1]

Jugdelluk, the last stand made by General Elphinstone's army in the calamitous retreat

Ladies of Caubul in their in and out-of-door costume; Gool Mahommed Khaun King of the Ghilgies

Interior of the palace of Shauh Shujah Ool Moolk, late king of Cabul

City of Kandahar, its principle bazaar and citadel, taken from the nakarra khauneh, or royal band room

Ko-i-staun foot soldiery in summer costume, actively employed among the rocks

Temple of "Ahmed Shauh," King of Afghaunistaun, Kandahar, looked upon as so sacred an edifice, that the vilest criminal seeking protection at its threshold is secure from the hands of justice

[Dedication.]

Fortress of Alimusjid, and the Khybur Pass

Bala Hissar and city of Kabul, with the British cantonments from the "Ba Maroo" hill. Hostilities commencing.

Afghaun foot soldiers in their winter dress

Kelaut-i-ghiljie

Hawkers of the Ko-i-staun. With the valley of Caubul and mountains of Hindoocoosh.

Chief executioner and assistant, of his majesty the late Shah; Mahomed Naib Shurreef, a celebrated Kuzzilbach chief of Caubul, and his peshkhidmut, or head attendant

Map of Persia, Turkey in Asia, Afghanistan, Beloochistan ; Palestine, or the Holy Land [inset].

Landi Khana Camp. Furthest outpost on frontier of Afghanistan. New boundary runs across road at 'x'

Jangi : pumping station near Landi Kotal : rushed at night as soon as hostilities were started, six marines soon... being killed by ...

Looking towards birdi from emergency picket. Taken during the action of 21st June 1919.

Dakka plain - Afghanistan

From Dakka looking across Kabul River to Lalpura

Dakka Camp. Fort Roberts + Kabul River. 1919.

Looe[?] Dakka (Afghanistan). Deserted villages & main road to Landi Khana. Squadron of KDGs in foreground

Khyber Pass, Ali Musjid Gorge looking south