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No. 3. Alambagh House near Lucknow 
1858, January 
  
Waxed paper negative 
170 x 240 mm 
  
Bonhams - London 
Courtesy Bonhams, London (April 9, 2008, #240) 
  
 
LL/28269 
  
Fitzgerald was an Assistant Surgeon with the Madras Artillery. This and the three lots following are from a group eight negatives offered in six lots at Sotheby's 17 June, 1981.
 
The Alambagh is a walled park four miles south of the Residency, and which was the scene of fighting during the first siege of Lucknow.
 
Included in Sale 16200 - "India and Beyond in Books and Photography" at Bonhams in London (April 9, 2008) 
 
 
  

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