ABDOOLAH JAN, to be Shere Ali's successor.
ABDURRAHMAN, the Ameer, son of Afzul Khan, the eldest son of Dost Mahomed, his early career; his connection with Russia; sounded by the British Government; Sir Lepel Griffin's mission to; enters Afghanistan; recognised as Ameer; defeats Ayoub Khan; his subsequent reign.
ADVE, Sir John, against keeping Candahar.
AFGHANISTAN, events in, previous to the first Afghan war; 'a bundle of provinces;' its condition under Abdurrahman.
AFGHAN WAR, FIRST, the responsibility for; objects of and preparations for.
AFGHAN WAR, SECOND, the policy of England leading to; the force employed in; tangible results to England.
AFREEDI HILLMEN oppose Pollock.
AFZUL KHAN, the Ameer, eldest son of Dost Mahomed, and father of Abdurrahman.
ARMED KHEL, battle of.
AIREY, Captain, a hostage.
AKBAR KHAN, son of Dost Mahomed, joins his father with a force; covers his father's retreat; in Khooloom; among the Ghilzais; in Cabul; negotiations with Macnaghten; interview with and murder of Macnaghten; forecast of his intentions; meets the retreating British army at Bootkhak, his demands; conduct to the fugitives; offers to treat; invests Jellalabad; resistance to Pollock; treatment of his captives; sends the body of Elphinstone to Jellalabad.
AKRAM KHAN put to death by Timour.
ALI MUSJID FORT, the, key of the Khyber pass; partially destroyed; Sir Sam Browne's attack upon.
ALISON, Sir Archibald, against keeping Candahar.
AMEENOOLLA KHAN, an Afghan chief.
AMEER. See SHERE ALI, YAKOUB KHAN, ABDURRAHMAN, AFZUL KHAN.
ANDERSON, Captain, skirmish with the Ghilzais.
ANDERSON, Mrs, her child.
ANQUETIL, Brigadier, in command of Shah Soojah's contingent; exertions during the retreat; replaces Shelton in command.
APPLEYARD, at Sir S. Browne's attack upon Ali Musjid.
ASMAI HEIGHTS, the, Afghans driven from; reoccupied; beacon on; fortified by Sir F. Roberts.
ATTA MAHOMED KHAN, overcome by General Nott.
ATTOCK RIVER, the.
AUCKLAND, Lord; becomes Governor-General of India 1836, his undecided policy; treatment of Dost Mahomed's appeal; his policy becomes warlike; treaty with Runjeet Singh and Shah Soojah; determines to support Shah Soojah with an army; objects of the expedition; the Simla manifesto; disagreement with Macnaghten; forbids an expedition against Herat; the Home Government presses the reconsideration of the Afghan questions; after the disasters; has the credit of Pollock's appointment.
AUSHAR; Massy at.
AYOUB KHAN, brother of Yakoub, in command of Herat regiments; in possession of Herat; his victory at Maiwand; besieges Cabul; shifts to Mazra; defeated by Sir F. Roberts; drives Mahomed Hassan out of Candahar, defeated by Abdurrahman.
BABA WALI KOTUL, pass of the; cannonaded; village of.
BACKHOUSE, Captain, on the council of war at Jellalabad; his diary.
BADIABAD, the fort of, the captives at the.
BAGHWANA, guns abandoned at; recovered.
BAHADUR KHAN refuses to furnish forage.
BAKER, Brigadier-General; battle of Charasiah; pursues the mutinous sepoys; in the Maidan valley; marches to Sherpur; takes the Takht-i-Shah; in the attack on the cantonments; takes the Meer Akhor fort; in the Great March; his position at Candahar, the battle.
BALLA HISSAR, the; evacuated; Cavagnari at; Sir F. Roberts at; explosions in, evacuated; road cut through.
BAMIAN, hill country of; Abdurrahman defeated by Yakoub Khan at.
BARAKZAI TRIBE, the.
BARTER, Brigadier-General, commands the infantry at Ahmed Khel.
BEACONSFIELD, Lord, 'scientific frontier'.
BEHMAROO RIDGE; village of.
BELLEW, Captain, at the storming of the Rikabashee fort.
BELOOCH PROVINCES, the.
BENI BADAM, Baker treacherously attacked at.
BENTINCK, Lord William; his opinion of the first Afghan expedition.
BERLIN, Treaty of.
BIDDULPH, General, in command of the Quetta force.
BIRD, Lieutenant, at the storming of the Rikabashee fort.
BOLAN PASS, the.
BOYD, Mrs, in the retreat.
BROADFOOT, Captain George, his sappers; in the Gundamuk council of war; garrison engineer at Jellalabad; urges Sale to hold the place; his account of the council of war.
BROADFOOT, with Fraser's Bengal Cavalry, killed at Purwan Durrah.
BROADFOOT, William, Secretary to Sir A. Burnes, murdered with him.
BROOKE, Brigadier-General, killed in attack on Deh Khoja.
BROWNE, Sir Sam, in command of the Khyber column; attack on the Ali Musjid; reports the death of Shere Ali; receives Yakoub Khan; commands in 'the Death March'.
BROWNLOW, Colonel, of the 72d Highlanders, in the attack on the cantonments; killed in the battle of Candahar.
BROUGHTON, Lord. See SIR JOHN CAM HOBHOUSE.
BRYDON, Dr, sole survivor of the Khyber disaster.
BURNES, Sir Alexander, sent by Lord Auckland to Cabul; favourable to Dost Mahomed, reprimanded by his superiors, leaves Cabul; re-enters with Shah Soojah; his opinion of Shah Soojah's ministers; advice to Macnaghten; his character; murdered; revenged.
BURROWS, Brigadier-General, in the Maiwand disaster; in the battle of Candahar.
BUTLER'S, Lady, picture.
BUTSON, Captain, killed at Sherpur.
CABUL, PASS OF KHOORD; description of, slaughter in; Pollock's army marches up.