Where is the evidence that William Mayne died in Cairo?

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Dictionary of National Biography, volume 37, p 167 - "Returning to England at the close of 1854, Mayne was made a brevet-colonel and A.D.C. to the queen. He had just returned to India when a violent attack of dysentery sent him home  again. He died at Cairo, 23 Dec. 1855."

and this:

"Death on a Pale Horse" http://www.britishempire.co.uk/article/palehorse.htm

and this:

 

Hardwicke's Annual Biography for 1856 , p176-177. 

and:

Annual Register 1855, p 330

There's several more.

 

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