He was, however, no whit the wiser when he reached the Ganges and hastily sought the telegraph station at Allahabad.
In 1887 he joined the editorial staff of The Allahabad Pioneer.
All this while the Fort at Allahabad was in imminent danger.
Fall of fish that had occurred in the neighborhood of Allahabad, India.
He refused to ask himself what he would do if Allahabad were in the hands of the rebels.
He agreed to supply them with food and send them to Allahabad in boats.
We were fired at again by match-lockmen, and changed direction for Allahabad.
The only entrance to Allahabad in that direction was by a bridge over the Jumna.
I have already mentioned the desolation I saw on my visit to Allahabad at the end of 1857.
There was a march of 120 miles between Allahabad and Cawnpore.