*A view of Hyderabad in the Scinde. Sir Charles Napier in the foreground followed by his escort of Scinde horse. Lithograph by Capt. Sir Augustine Fitzgerald, c.1850* (BL)

"The Battle of Meeanee" (1843), a steel engraving by Armitage and Allen, 1855

Source: ebay, July 2001

The newly-founded "Punch" published a cartoon in which Napier claimed his victory by saying "PECCAVI" (in Latin, "I have sinned"). More discussion: *VictorianWeb*

"Launch of the 'Meanee', 80 guns, at Bombay," from the Illustrated London News, 1849

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"Entrance of Sir William Mansfield into Jacobabad, Scinde," from the Illustrated London News, 1865

Source: ebay, Sept. 2009

"General Sir Charles Napier, of Sind, called by the natives Satan's Brother," a sketch by Isabel Burton, from her book 'Arabia, Egypt, India: A Narrative of Travel', 1879

Source: ebay, Jan. 2011

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