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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.

Cornish and Curtis Office and other buildings, Fort Atkinson, Wis.

Cornish and Curtis Office and other buildings, Fort Atkinson, Wis.

Atkinson, [Edward], ALS to. Dec. 27, [1865]. Previously [n.y.].

Atkinson, [Edward], ALS to. Dec. 27, [1865]. Previously [n.y.].