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General Sir James Outram

General Sir James Outram General Sir James Outram

Erection date: 1871

Inscription

Outram
{And, on the back:}
Erected by public subscription, 1888,

The hero of the Indian Rebellion is wearing the Star of India.

Site: General Sir James Outram (1 memorial)

SW1, Victoria Embankment Gardens

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General Sir James Outram

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General Sir James Outram

Hero of the Indian Rebellion during which he relieved the siege of Lucknow.

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General Sir James Outram

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Matthew Noble

Sculptor. Born Yorkshire. If the National Portrait Gallery collection is anyt...

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