Patrick Grant

Field Marshal Sir Patrick Grant, (11 September 1804 – 28 March 1895) was a senior Indian Army officer. He fought at the Battle of Maharajpore during the Gwalior Campaign, at the Battle of Mudki, the Battle of Ferozeshah and the Battle of Sobraon during the First Anglo-Sikh War and at the Battle of Chillianwala and the Battle of Gujrat during the Second Anglo-Sikh War. During the Indian Mutiny, as acting Commander-in-Chief, India, he directed the operations against the mutineers, sending forces under Henry Havelock and James Outram for the relief of Cawnpore and Lucknow. He later became Governor of Malta. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Patrick Grant
Published 2015
Athabasca University Press

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by Patrick Grant
Published 2016
Athabasca University Press
.... In this indispensable, synoptic view of the letters, Patrick Grant makes the main lines of Vincent van Gogh’s thinking...

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by Patrick Grant
Published 2014
Athabasca University Press
... to the paintings but as a highly sophisticated literary achievement in its own right. Patrick Grant's long-awaited...

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by Elchies, Patrick Grant
Published 1824
Printed for Bell & Bradfute