1An Indian soldier serving under British or other European orders.
- The only need was for military labour, but even here local soldiers, especially Indian sepoys, were cheap and abundant.
- His force was made up of two British regular infantry regiments, the 74th and 78th of Foot, Company sepoys and infantry from Hyderabad.
- Huge armies were created, largely composed of Indian sepoys but with some regular British regiments.
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