Siege of Deeg
The Siege of Deeg (11–24 December 1804) was a siege of the main fortress at Deeg, now in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan, India, then within the Maratha Empire. Forces of the British East India Company, led by General Lake, captured the fort from its Marathan defenders.
The siege started on 20 November, the bombardment on 13 December, and a breach made at Shahburz, a salient on the southwest side of the fort, on 23 December. A three-pronged attack took place that night and the Marathas retreated to Bharatpur on the 24th. The British suffered 227 casualties.
- MacFarlane, Charles. A history of British India: from the earliest English intercourse to the present time
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