We remained in Bareilly from May till October in comparative peace.
He had checked Bareilly, so I wired your friend Dwarka there.
A good-natured civilian at Bareilly offered to take me with him to this place, from whence I could make a good start.
On the 6th of May the troops were under arms, and advanced on the city of Bareilly.
She rolled over us like a tidal wave, didn't she, David, and told me to stop your shouting at the Maharajah of Bareilly.
We went to Kumaon by the most direct route through Futtygurh and Bareilly.
The next day he summoned me and held out a round-trip pass from Bareilly to Benares, a number of rupee notes, and two letters.
In Bareilly, when the whole of the grain and chaff has been winnowed, all the dressed grain is collected into a heap.
Next day the whole city flocked to see the entrance of the Bareilly force over the renovated bridge.
Mails were forwarded towards Bareilly, but none issued from or through that station.