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date: 20 October 2019

Bellew, Henry Walterlocked

(1834–1892)
  • D'A. Power
  • , revised by James Falkner

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Bellew, Henry Walter (1834–1892), army medical officer, born at Nusserabad in India on 30 August 1834, was the son of Captain Henry Walter Bellew of the Bengal army, assistant quartermaster-general attached to the Kabul army in the First Anglo-Afghan War and the disastrous retreat of 1842. He trained at ...

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, 3 vols. (1875–7); continued as , 2 vols. (1878–9); continued as , 94 vols. (1880–1973)