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The following has been sent to the papers from the India Office (From Viceroy, October 13.) Roberts telegraphs all accounts agree, troops completely routed, and tribes who were assembling to fight us returned to their homes. He requests heavy battery coming up with Khyber column may go back to India, as the heavy guns and howitzers originally presented by British Govern. ment to Ameer are in our possession complete. Roberts visited Bala Hissar 11th; was to make public entry into Cabal 12th. Most of the influential men of city have paid their respects. The following were killed on the 6th 72nd Highlanders -651, Sergeant George Mat; 205, Private Henry Cracknell; 1,614, Piper James Macpherson; 2,066, Private James Walker; 2,054, Private James Hogg. 92nd HlghlaBders- 59, Private Barnes; 404, Gellately; 918, James Meek. Jemadar Khanemula and four men, 6th Punjub Infantry; Are men 6th Goorkhas; one, 23rd Pioneers, and five doolie bearers-total, 24. Wounded.—Captain R. G. Kennedy, slightly, on 4th; Surgeon Andrew Daucan, 23rd Pioneers, and Captain C. Yeung, 6th Purj*b Infantry, both seriously, on 6,h; and Lieutenant C A. Ferguson, 72nl Highlanders, slightly; 31 of 7 tnd Highlanders, 6 of 9!nd Highlanders, 3 of 5th Punjab Infantry, 10 of 6ih Goorkhas, and 3 doolie bearers—total, 67.

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