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- Encampment of the Grenadiers, p. 320
- British infantry at Gallipoli, p. 321
- Sebastopol Harbour, p. 325.
- Lloyd's Merchants' Room, p. 333•••
- The Fleet at Varna, p. 349
- Plan of the Relative Positions of the Russians and of the Allies, The Bay of Kalamita, Sebastopol, p. 351.
- St. Arnaud, Battle of Alma, p. 357
- Balaclava prisoners, p. 359•••
- Gaol at Lewes, in which the Russian prisoners are confined, p. 360
- New Cavalry Corps. — The Mounted Staff, p. 372•••
- Official list of those killed and wounded at Alma, p. 373•••
- Toula encampment, p. 376.
- The Heights of Alma: Grand Charge of the Guards, pp. 388-89•••
- Seige of Sebastopol — Dr. Smith's New Ambulance Waggon, p. 448•••
- A Picturesque Map of the Seat of the War, showing The Danubian Provinces, Turkey, Asia Minor, Southern Russia, and the Crimea, p. 451•••
- The Seige of Sebastopol, p. 469: Camp of General, Sir De Lacey Evans. . . (above); British encampment (below).•••
- Crimea, pp. 476-77.
- The Battle of Balaclava: The Charge of the Light Cavalry, p. 501•••
- Siege of Sebastopol. Part of Captain Wodehouse's Battery, p. 508
- The Siege of Sebastopol, p. 509.
- The Charge of the Light Cavalry, p. 676
- The Charge of the Light Cavalry, p. 677•••
- The Charge of the Light Cavalry, p. 676-77•••
- (with transcribed Commentary, "The Battle of Balaclava," p. 678).
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