James Atkinson served as the official Superintending Surgeon of the Army of the Indus, a British-Indian force that marched through the Bolan Pass in 1839 to attack Kabul. Atkinson published his "Sketches in Afghaunistan" in 1842; shown above is plate 3. (BL)

==*Rohri and the island fortress of Bakhar (Sind) (plate 2, Sketches, colored*; [*Atkinson 02*]
==*Dadhar and the entrance to the Bolan Pass (Baluchistan) (plate 3, Sketches, colored)* (shown above)
==*Entrance to the Bolan Pass from Dadur (plate 5, Sketches)*; [*Atkinson 05*]
==*Sepoys attacking Baluchi snipers in the Siri-Kajur Pass (Baluchistan) (plate 6, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 06*]
==*The narrow pass above the Siri Bolan (Baluchistan); Baluchi snipers attacking British troops from the heights as they pass through (plate 7, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 07*]
==*Approach to Quetta (Baluchistan); Sir John Keane and staff in middle distance (plate 8, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 08*]
==*Entrance to the Kojak Pass from Parush (plate 9, Sketches)* [*Atkinson 09*]
also: *The British troops emerging from the defile in the Khojak Pass (Baluchistan) (plate 10, Sketches, colored)*; [*Atkinson 10*]
==*The first descent through the Koojah Pass (plate 11, Sketches)* [*Atkinson 11*]
==*The second descent from the Khojak Pass (Baluchistan) (plate 12, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 12*]
==*The third descent from the Khojak Pass (Baluchistan). In the foreground the encampment of the 1st Bengal European Regiment with camp followers (plate 13, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 13*]
==*Kandahar (Afghanistan); view taken from the camp of the 4th Brigade about one and a half miles south of Kandahar (plate 14, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 14*]
==*The fortress and citadel of Ghazni (Afghanistan) and the two Minars (plate 15, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 15*]
==*The Maidan Valley (Afghanistan) (plate 16, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 16*]
==*Arghandi (Afghanistan). Guns surrendered by Dost Muhammad Khan in centre secured by Major Cureton and his lancers (plate 17, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 17*]
==*Surrender of Dost Mohommed Khan, to Sir William Hay Macnaghten Bart, at the Entrance into Caubul from Killa-Kazee (plate 18, Sketches)* [*Atkinson 18*]
==*The main street in the bazaar at Caubul in the fruit season (plate 19, Sketches)*;
==*Shah Shuja holding a durbar at Kabul (plate 22, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 22*]
==*The avenue at Baber's Tomb (plate 23, Sketches)* [*Atkinson 23*]
==*Tomb of the Mughal Emperor Babar, near Kabul (Afghanistan) (plate 24, Sketches, colored)* [*Atkinson 24*]

==*'Caubul from a burying ground N. E. of the city' (Sketches)* [*Atkinson x01*]
==*'The Bala Hissar and city of Caubul from the Citadel' (Sketches)* [*Atkinson x02*]
==*Entrance to the Khoord Caubul Pass from Bhootkah* [*Atkinson x03*]
==*Khoord Khyber or Little Khyber. Descent on the north side* [*Atkinson x04*]
==*The Tezeen Valley, winding up to the Heft Kotul; a battle scene* [*Atkinson x05*]

==*The Mikras (Shears) or entrance into the Khyber Pass from the Peshawer hill (folio 7, 1840)* [*Atkinson x06*]
==*Jellalabad from the north near the Caubul River (folio 7 verso, 1840)* [*Atkinson x07*]
==*First ascent of the Khyber Pass (folio 8, 1840)* [*Atkinson x08*]
==*Khyber Pass. Ghurie Lala Beg (folio 9, 1840)* [*Atkinson x09*]; and *Jugduluk (the Jagdalak Pass)* [*Atkinson x09b*]
==*Approach to Ali Musjid on the Peshawer Side (folio 10, 1840)* [*Atkinson x10*]
==*Khyber Pass. Lundikana (folio 11, 1840)* [*Atkinson x11*]
==*Pooli Suffeed Sung; the Broken Bridge at Gundumuk (folio 12, 1840)* [*Atkinson x12*]
==*Leconeti Seh Baba, or Giant's Tomb. An Affghan family halting (folio 13, 1840)*; [*Atkinson x13*]
==*Descent from the Khyber Pass at Dukka, Lulpoora on the opposite side of the Caubul River (folio 14, 1840)* [*Atkinson x14*]
==*Burying an Affghan on the height near Caubul (plate 16)* [*Atkinson x16*]
==*Khyber Pass Ali Musjid from the north (folio 17, 1840)* [*Atkinson x17*]
==*The Balla-Hissar, Caubul (folio 18, 1840)* [*Atkinson x18*]
==*The Caubul Cantonments from the Bridge, near the fort of Mahmood Khan Byab (?) (folio 19, 1840)* [*Atkinson x19*]

*'Near S.E. end of Bolan Pass. Attacked Feb. l9th, 1841', a drawing by George Boyd* (BL); [*Boyd 1841*]

*'Kulat i Ghilzie 14 April 1842. S. View' [Kalat-e Gilzai], a watercolor by Thomas Studdert, 1842* (BL); [*Studdert 1842*]

*Dost Mahomed Khan and part of his family: Mahomed Akram Khan, Hyder Khan, Abdool Ghunee Khan; by Emily Eden, 1844* (BL); [*Eden 1844*]

Lieutenant James Rattray served in the Army of the Indus, and published his sketches in "Afghaunistan," 1847; shown above is plate 13 (BL)

==*Dourraunnee chieftains in full armour (frontispiece)* [*Rattray 01*]
==*Dost Mahommed, King of Caubul, and his youngest son (plate 2)* [*Rattray 02*]
==*Interior of the palace of Shauh Shujah Ool Moolk, Late King of Cabul (plate 3)* [*Rattray 03*]
==*Hawkers of Ko-i-staun, with Valley of Caubul and Mountains of Hindoocoosh (plate 4)* [*Rattray 04*]
==*Encampment of the Kandahar Army, under General Nott (plate 5)* [*Rattray 05*]
==*Ghiljie women in the lower orders (plate 6)* [*Rattray 06*]
==*Kelaut-I-Ghiljie (plate 8)* [*Rattray 08*]
==*'Atmaran', Hindoo of Peshawar (plate 9)* [*Rattray 09*]
==*Mosque and Tomb of the Emperor Soolta Mahmood of Ghuznee (plate 10)* [*Rattray 10*]
==*Afghaun foot soldiers in their winter dress, with entrance to the Valley of Urgundeh (plate 11)* [*Rattray 11*]
==*Ko-i-staun foot soldiery in summer costume (plate 12)* [*Rattray 12*]
==*Fortress of Alimusjid, and the Khybur Pass (plate 13)* (shown above)
==*Chief Executioner and Assistant of his Majesty, the late Shah (plate 14)* [*Rattray 14*]
==*Mahomed Naib Surreef, a celebrated Kuzzilbach chief of Caubul and his Peshkidmut (plate 15)* [*Rattray 15*]
==*Jaunbauz, or Afghan cavalry, with horse, bearing implements for smoking (plate 17)* [*Rattray 17*]
==*Town and Citadel of Ghuznee (plate 18)* [*Rattray 18*]
==*Hyder Khan, the Governor of Ghuznee (plate 19)* [*Rattray 19*]
==*Oosbegs of Mooraud Bev (plate 20)* [*Rattray 20*]
==*Jugdelluk, the last stand made by General Elphinstone's army in the calamitous retreat (plate 21)* [*Rattray 21*]
==*Meerz[a] Fyze, an Oosbeg Elchee or Ambassador (plate 22)* [*Rattray 22*]
==*Interior of the City of Kandahar, from the house of Sirdar Meer Dil Khaun (plate 23)* [*Rattray 23*]
==*Ladies Of Caubul (plate 24)* [*Rattray 24*]
==*Gool Mahommed Khaun, King of the Ghiljyes (plate 25)* [*Rattray 25*]
==*The Bullock's Hump and Military Cantonments [Kandahar] (plate 26)* [*Rattray 26*]
==*Temple of 'Ahmed Shauh', King of Afghanistan (plate 27)* [*Rattray 27*]
==*Kandahar Lady of Rank, Engaged in Smoking (plate 29)* [*Rattray 29*]
==*Mosque of Goolaum Hoosein Huzrut-Jee, a Great Prophet of the Afghauns (plate 30)* [*Rattray 30*]

A later British depiction of the capture of the Ghazni fort, date unknown

Source: http://www.bsakirkee.org/Photo%20Gallery/img_Ghuznee.html
(downloaded Feb. 2005)

*The alleged "Gates of Somnath" were brought from Ghazni by Lord Ellenborough in 1842; actually, they were the locally-made gates of Mahmud Ghaznavi's tomb*

*"General Sir Robert Sale" (1782-1845) an important participant in the war (steel engraving, Mosely and Stodart, 1860)*

Source: ebay, Jan. 2007

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