On 2 October 1857 at Chota Behar, India, Lieutenant Daunt, with a sergeant (Denis Dynon) acted with conspicuous gallantry in the capture of two guns, particularly the second which they rushed and took, pistolling the gunners who were mowing down the detachment, one third of which was hors de combat at the time. On 2 November the lieutenant chased mutineers across a plain into a richly cultivated area. He was dangerously wounded while attempting to drive out a large body of these rebels from an enclosure.
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