Just acquired an interesting sword which was carried by a volunteer in Barrow's Cavalry during the Mutiny. It has been etched (presumably after return to UK) with "personal" battle honours which the owner was obviously very proud of: these include CAWNPORE, RELIEF OF LUCKNOW, ALLUMBAGH etc. One of these is "GULAI", but I can't find any battle of this name in my sources. It could be a spelling mistake (another honour, BAREILLY, is spelled BARIELLY, which sounds like it should be in South Wales!), but I've tried looking for obvious alternative spellings with no joy. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance,