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Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes (1819-1868), Army and political officer in India

Sitter in 9 portraits
Indian official; served in the Bengal infantry, fought in the Sikh wars, and reformed the civil administration of Banu, 1847. Edwardes received his greatest celebrity by twice suppressing the rebel Diwan Mulraj in 1848. After serving as commissioner of Peshawar, 1853-9, he finally retired to England through ill-health in 1865.

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Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes

by Henry Moseley
oil on canvas, circa 1850
NPG 1391

x45342

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes

by William Edward Kilburn
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s
NPG x45342

D36073

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes

by Alfred Crowquill (Alfred Henry Forrester)
etching, mid 19th century
NPG D36073

x1370

Emma (nee Sidney), Lady Edwardes; Sir Herbert Edwardes

by Ross & Thomson
ambrotype, circa 1860
NPG x1370

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Emma (nee Sidney), Lady Edwardes; Sir Herbert Edwardes

by Ross & Thomson
ambrotype, circa 1860
NPG x1371

x1369

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes

by Henry Lenthall
albumen carte-de-visite
NPG x1369

D36074

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes

by James Henry Lynch, published by Henry Squire & Co, after Henry Moseley
lithograph, published 17 April 1850
NPG D36074

D36075

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes

by Charles Baugniet, published by Ernest Gambart & Co, and published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co
lithograph, published 15 July 1858 (1857)
NPG D36075