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* ART PRINT FROM MARK CHURMS' PRIVATE COLLECTION - UNSIGNED OPEN EDITION FINE ART PRINT (published by Cranston Fine Arts of Scotland). PRINTED ON QUALITY PAPER STOCK. Sir Charles Napier led a small force of 2,500, consisting of native infantry and cavalry and one British regiment, The Cheshire Regiment, against the Baluchi Army of the Ameers of Scinde in India. The desert fortress of Emaun Ghur was destroyed and then, on the 17th February 1843, Napier's small force defeated 30,000 Baluchis at Meeanee. A month later the Baluchis were defeated again at Hyderbad. The province of Scinde fell into British hands and the Cheshire Regiment gained the honours of Meeanee, Hyderbad and Scinde. The honours of Meeanee and Hyderbad are shared with some Indian Regiments. That of Scinde is borne by The Cheshire Regiment alone."