Sikh War

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James Abbott (Indian Army Officer) - Career
... He was one of Sir Henry Lawrence's Young Men, 'advisers' to the Sikhs, after the First Sikh War (1846) ... As part of the terms of the Treaty of Lahore signed after the defeat of the Sikhs in the First Sikh War, Hazara and Kashmir were to be transferred to Raja Gulab Singh, Dogra Hazara ... Subsequently, after the Second Sikh War of 1848-49, when the Punjab was formally annexed by the Honourable East India Company (HEIC), this area also came under its writ and Abbott was duly ...
Guides Cavalry - Campaigns - Second Sikh War 1848-49
... Following their victory in the First Sikh War of 1845-46, the British posted a Resident at the Sikh Durbar at Lahore to control the affairs of the ... However, the Sikhs resented British interference in their affairs and began planning a revolt ... were summoned to Lahore to gather evidence of the planned Sikh insurrection - a mission that they successfully carried out ...

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