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THE 

EAST-INDIA REGISTER 



AVD 



ARMY LIST. 



1845, 



THE 



EAST-INDIA REGISTER 



AND 



ARMY LIST, 



FOR 184S. 



Compiled, lbs 9tminm ot tQe eatUSntiia ^ompanjn, 

FROM THE OFFICIAL RETURNS RECEIVED AT THE 

EAST-INDIA HOUSE. 

By F. CLARK, 

Of the Secretary's Office, East^India House. 



LONDON: 

Wm. H. ALLEN & CO., LEADENHALL STREET; 
WHITTAKER & CO., AVE MARIA LANE. 

1845. 






Printed by J. & H. Cox* Baothbrs (late Cox & Son8)« 
74 & 75» Great Queen Street, Lincoln's-Inn Fields. 



CONTENTS, 

j^phabedeaOy arranged under the $everai Preddenciet^ 4*^. 



Page 
Act of Pteliament, Abstract of, pTohibititig return to Service 
of Civil and Military Servants, after five Years' Absence 

from India xxzvii 

Agents, Company's, at Home and Abroad zxi 

Appointments, Resolutions of the Court of Directors to pre- 
vent the purchase of • . . • . . . . . . xzxviii 

Assistant-Surgeons, Regulations, &c. on Appointment zzxv 

Bj.Laws, Committee of . . . .' • . . . . . zvii 

Cadets, Engineer, studying under Lieut. Col. SirT. M. F. 

Smith zxzv 

— — , Cavalqr and Infuitry '.—Regulations, &c. on Appoint- 
ment, and as to rank . . . . . . . . . . xzxvi 

Chaplains, Regulation, &c. on appointment . . . • xzzv 

Civil Servants, Regulations as to Absentee Allowances . . zxxviii 

, Furlough Regulations *.• " .. •• xlii 

College, Civil : Council and Professors, with Regulations. . xxii 

- — , Students at xxv 

— , Report of Examination of Students at .. xxvi 

, Rank of Students leaving xxvii 

Commissioners for Affiiirs of India ;— Rt. Hon. Board of, and 

EsUblishment .. .. ,. .. .. xv 

Directors, Court and Comililttees of . . . . xvi 

- Gentlemen out by rotation . . . . . . zvii 

Fund, Lord Clive's xlvi 

Home Establishment. . . • . . . . • . • xix 

Indian Navy, Regulations, &c. oti Appointment . . . • xlv 

Retiring and Furlough Regulations . . . . xlv 

Officers, Military : Retiring and Furlough Regulations • • xl 

Regulations as to charge of Recruits for 

India .. zliv 

Pilot Service, Regulations, &c« on Appointment . . • • xlv 
Precedence in the Easi Indies .... . • . . • . xlvii 

Recruiting and Depdt Establishments xx 

Seminary, Military, Establishment, Regulations, &c. • • xxviii 

, Cadets studying at •. ... •. xxxiv 
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CONTENTS. 



BfiNOAL. 

Page 
Annuitants ,. ., », ,, .. ,, ,^ 24A 

Board of Customs^ Salt and Opium .« .• .. •• is 

Casualties .... ,. ., 301 

Civil Servants . . ♦ , . , , . ... . . , , .4 

■ '- — ^, late China Establishment .. ., 17 

, Prince of Wales' Island, &c — 

Commissioners, Special, under Reg. 3 of isas . . . , is 

-, Kumaon • • . . . . , . , . — 

' ' ^-, Abkaree ., .. ,. ., .. — 

, Revenue and Circuit 19 

Collectors, Districts — 

, Customs and Town Duties . . . . ! , 23 

Fund, Annuity , a05 

, Widows .. ,. ,. ,, 217 

Government Offices .. ., ., ,. ., ..22 
Index .. ,, .. ,, ,. ., ,, ., 258 

Indian Law Commission . . . . 18 

Judges, Civil and Session .10 

Marine Board ,, ,, ., "., 197 

Mint •. •• ,, ,. .,22 

Political Agents .. ,, .. ,, ,. ..28 

Residents, Foreign Courts . . , , .^ 

Secretairies to Government .... . . . . , . 3 

Sudder l>ewann7 and Nizamut Adawluts, Prcsy. and Agra. • 13 

Sudder Boards, Revenue, Presy. and Agra .i. 

Supreme Council of India 3 



Agents, Army Clothing 40 

Cadets, Artillery ,, ., ^3 

— — , fingineers ■• • •, , , , , , , , • • 77 

, Cavaliy 18ft 

^ ' ■ , Infantry 186 

Casualties 3^ 

Clothing Board 40 



« 



• 



cramtNTs. vU 

Page 
DqmrtmentSy A^jttttiit GcQenrs .44 

Brigade Major's •• •« •• 40 

Fort Adjutant's . . «« • . . . — 

Town and Fort Major •« •• •• •— 

Army Commissariat •« •• •• ••47 

Audit 45 

Judge Advocates General .. •• •• ^ 
Ordnance Commissariat •• .. .. 4S 

Mtmij •• ■• •• •• 40 

Public Works .. 40 

Quartermaster General's 4ft 

otUQ •• •• •• «• *• •• 53 

Surveyor General's .. .* «• •• 53 
Ecclesiastical Establishment, Chaplainsy&e. «• •• .. 40 

Fipld Officers (Army List) 54 

' , Regimental List • • . . » . . . 63 

Gradation List of Officers of tbe Three Presideocies above the 

rankof Major .. «• .. « 84 

Ponds, Military 230 

^—*y Military Orphan «. • 341 

Index t04 

InvaTid Establishment .. •• 183 

Medical Establishment : Medical Board •• •• •• 187 

Superintending Surgeons « • » • -* 
Surgeons .. •« •• .. — » 

Assistant Surgeons .. .. ». 100 

Veterinary Suigeons .. ..100 

Military Board 46 

Order of the Bath 36 

Royal Hanoverian Guelphic .. .. .. 30 

■ Dooranee Empire • • . . . . •« 80 

Officers, Civil or Political Employ ^177 

, Retired .. .. «• 348 

PayTable ,« .. 83 

Raiments: Artillery t1 

Engineers 75 

Cavalry •• .• •• ■«. ..76 

Infantry • .. •• •« 86 



IRREGULAR. CAVALRY, CONTINGENT FORCES, Aa. 

Arracan Battalion . • , .« • , . ,^ , 17a 

Assam Light Infantry •• .. '.. ,« i7l 
Bellochee Battalion .. •. ., •• 173 

Bhopanl Contingent ..175 

Bundlecund Legion 107 

Calcutta Native Militia 170 



viii CONTENTS. 

Page 
IRREGULAR CAVALRY, &c.— eontimra/. 

Gwalior Contingent .. .. .. ••174 

Hill Rangers .. 176 

Hut rianah Light Infantry Battalion •• ..172 
Irregular Cavalry .• .• .. ••168 

Joudpore Legion . . .. .. .. .. 176 

Kelati-Ghilzie .167 

Kemaon Battalion •• •• .• ..171 

Kotah Contingent 176 

Malwa Bheel Corps 173 

• Contingent • 175 

Meywar Bheel Corpa .. • 173 

Mharwanah Battalion •• .. .. •• 171 

Nimaur Bheel Corps 173 

Nusseree Battalion ' .. •• .. .. 170 

Oude Infantry .. .. .. .. .. 172 

Ramghur Light Infantry Battalion .. ..170 

Sebundy Corps, Sappers and Miners . • . . 1 71) 
Service Battalion •• .. .. •• 170 

Sciade Irregular Horse .. .. .. ..173 

Sirmoor Battalion .. .. ' .. ..171 

Sylhec Light Infantry Battalion .. .. 173 

Staff, Governor General Personal . • . . . . . . 42 

——, Commander- in>chief, Personal .. .. — 

, Her Majesty's Forces — 

—^y General of the Army 43 

Advocates •• •• .. 200 

Agency Houses .. 203 

AttomejTs ..... . • . . . . . . • • 201 

Bank, of Bengal 209 

Court of Request •• •• .. •• .. ..^ 

of Insolvent Debtors .. .. •• .. .. 201 

Distances, Table of, from Calcutta .. .. .. •• 244 

taw Officers 200 

Pilot Establishment 197 

Pilot and Steam Vessels 199 

PbliceOffice •• •• .. .• •• .. ..202 

Supreme Court . . • . . • . . . • . . . • 200 

Vice Admiralty Court .. .. • 201 



CONTENTS. 



MADRAS. 

emu 

AnnAitants •• ,. ., ,, ^, ,. ,^ lj>g 

Casualties .. ,. .^ .. .' .. ]* 175 

Ciyir Servants 4 

CoLectors ' •; ' ,, ,, ., ,, ,. *| u 

Colle^Board [[ H9 

— — Conncil , . ,, ,. .. ., ..a 

Fand/ Azuuity .. .. ' „ ,, ,, ,. \^ 1^ 

, Widows'. ', . 

Govemment Offices I! w 

^?^^ *'^ 1*9 

Judges, to Zaiah Courts ,, .. u 

MariheBoard .. ' " lao 

Master Attendant's Department .. «« .« .. ^^^ 

Mint .. .. .. 12 

Political Agents. • .. ,, ,. ,, ,, ,^ _ 

Secretaries of Government .. ,. .. ,, .. 3 

Sudder Boards, Revenue " ,. ' *. . 11 

Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut —> 

Cadets: ArUUery 36 

■'■ ■■■ Engineers ., ,. .,♦..■ ,. .. 89 

'— — Cavalry •• .. ., • 110 

•■ Infantry .. .. .,,, ,. .. — 

Casualties .. ,. 176 

Clothing Board . . • . . . , , . . , . , ig 

]>epartments : Adjutant General's .. .. .. 16 

- Brigade Major's . . . . . . —. 

Fort Adjutant's 

StaffOfficer's — 

Town Major ,. ., ,. •• 17 

Barrack Master 

Army Commissariat .. .. ,. .,19 

Audit — 

Judge Advocate General's ,, .. .. is 

Ordnance Commissariat 31 

P*y 18 

C^uartcr-Master General's 17 

Remount ,. .. ,, ., •• aa 



X CONTENTS. 

Page 

Ecclesiastical Establishment: Chaplains, &c. •• .• is 

Field Officers : Anny List . . . • . . . • . . 23 

— — — Regimental List • • . . • • • • 39 

Funds, Military . . .. .. .. •. .. «, 131 

, Medical 185 

Index •• .. 152 

Invalid Establishment •• .. .. .. .. #.107 

Medical Establishment : Medical Board .. ' ,• ..ill 

Superintending Surgeons •• .. — - 

Surgeons .•'.... .. 112 

Assistant Surgeons • • •• ..113 

Veterinary do. .. ' .. ..117 

Military Board .. •• .. .. •• .. ..id 

Officers, Civil or Political Employ •• * .. ' •. :. lo5 

—, Retired.. .. .. .. * ., " ., ,. 140 

Regiments: Artillery .. .. .. ' 33 

Engineers*. ■ •• - •• .. ' .. ' •• 38 

Cavalry .. •• •• .• «, ..40 

Infantry .. - •• •. ' .. •• ..48 

Staff: Governor, Personal- •• •• .. .. ..14 

' CommandeMn-Chief, Personal * • , . ' • . , " . . — 

Her Majesty's Forces ,. ,♦• .,• ., .. — 

—— General of the Army •• ,. .; ., ..15 

Advocates •• .. •• .« .. •. .. 118 

Agency Houses . . ... .... ,. . •• 119 

Attorneys •• •• .._ ... ,. •• «.118 

Bank of Madras.. I ••...] •. X19 

Court of Requests ,]...•'...,. .. .. — 

Distances, Table of^ from Madras. . •• . ... .• .« 137 

Law Officers ., .... 118 

Police Office ......] 119 

Supreme Court . . .. 118 

Vice Admiralty Court .... .. •• .. .. •• 119 



CONTENTS. 



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BOMBAY. 

Annuitants •«. ,. .. •• .. .« •• loo 

Casualties .., .••. •• • •• 134 

Civil Servants •• . ........•• •• ,. ••4 

Collectors aiid Magistrates 10 

Council ...... .. .... a 

Customs Department .. .. .. . •• .. ..11 

Government Offices .. ••. .. •• .. .. ii 

Inde^ .. 107 

Judges^ City Courts 

■ -, Revenue •• .. .. — 

Mint 11 

Residents, Foreign Courts ,. •• •• ,. •• *• 

Secretaries to* Govehfiment * . . . . , • . . . . 3 

Sudder Dewanne and Foujdaree Adawlut 9 



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Cadets: Artillery .« 31 

'■ ■ ' " ■ £ngiileers .. •• .. •#.•• .. 33 

— — Cavalry .. •• • 72 

Infantiy .. " .. — 

Casualties 124 

Clothing Board 17 

Departments : Adjutant General's 15 

Brigade Major's ..••••• .. .. — 

Line and Fort Adjutant's. . .. '«- 

Town Major . . - • • . • . . . — 

Barrack Master . . — 

Army Commissariat . . . . • • 1 8 

Audit 10 

Judge Advocate General's — 

Ordnance Commissariat .. .. .. 19 

• ay «• *. •• »•' ^ •• */ 

Public Works .. ..30 

Quarter-Master General's .. .. .. 10 

Stud and Remount 17 

Revenue Survey '21 



xii CONTENTS. 

Page 
Ecclesiastical Estabnsbment : Chaplains^ &c. •• •• 19 

Field Officers : Army List 32 

Regimental List •• •• .. ••20 

Fund, Military 86 

Index .. .. .. •• •• 109 

Invalid Establishment .. • •. ••71 

Medical Establishment : Medical Board • 73 

Superintending Suigeona • • • • — 

Surgeons •• •• •• •• — 

Assistant-Surgeons . • • • • « 75 

Veterinary do* 77 

MilitaryBoard .. .. 17 

Officers, Civil or Political employ . • • • • • . . 6^ 

— , retired .... ••• •• .. •• •-. lOl 

Regiments: Artillery •• .. •• .. .. ..28 

Engineers.. .. .. .. •• •• d2 

Cavalry .. .. • 34 

Infantry •. .. •• .< •• •• 37 

IRREGULAR HORSE, LOCAL CORPS, &c. 

Candeish Bheel Corps . . • • • • . • 68 

Guzerat Irregular Horse.. •. .. ,. »^ 

Provincial Battalion • — 

Marine Battalion . • . . . . • . • • -^ 

Poona Irregular Horse .. .. •• •. ^ 

Sawunt Warree Local COrps . • , . . . — - 

Staff; Governor, Personal l^ 

■' Commander-in-Chief, Personal. . •• ., .. — 

— ^ Her Majesty's forces .. .. .. .. .. — 

General .... ,. 14 

Agency Houses .• •. •• .. .. .. ..85 

Attorneys .. .. ». .. •• .. ..84 

Bank of Bombay .. .. • ..85 

Barristers •• •• .. ...... .. ..84 

Court of Petty Sessions. • « .. ••85 

Distances, Table of, from Bombay . . . » . . . . 09 

Indian Navy .. .. •• •• 78 

Insolvent Debtors* Court . • 84 

LawOfficeis •• .. .. .. .. .. .. — 

Police Office 85 

SupremeCourt .. .. «• ;.. .. .. ..84 

Prince of Wales' Island 1^7 

Proprietors of East India Stock 130 



THE 



EAST-INDIA REGISTER, 



AND 



ARMY LIST. 



THE 

EAST-INDIA REGISTER 

AND 

ARMY LIST, 

FOB 

1845. 



HOME DEPARTMENT, 



The principal Secretaries of 
State 

The Chancellor of the Ex- 
chequer 



The Right Honourable the Board of Commissioners 

for the Affairs of India. 

The Right Hon. The Earl of Ripon, President. 
The Lord President of the 

Council 
The Lord Privy Seal 
The First Lord of the Treasury 

a t '^ f Hon. William Bingham Baring, M.P. 
^'*^"'*""\ James Emerson Tennent, Esq., M.P. 

Assistant Secretary andSemor Clerk \ u u c*-,i- w-^ 

in the Revenue Department .... /""S^ ^^^' ^»^- 
Aecounts and Finance Department . . William Leach, Esq. 
MiUiary Department •• ••.. Arthur Easton, Esq. 

PubUc DtpoTtm^l {^'^;"Sj.^*''°'''''^ """" 

Secret and Political Department ••••Thos.NelsonWaterfield,Esq 
Judicial Department. John Alfred Trimmer, Esq. 

Assistant Clerks. 

Chas. Wm. Fletcher, Wm. Hen. Deedes, Robt. Corbett, Hen. Lan- 

noy Hunter, Price ti. Williames, Hen. K. Jones, Esqrs. 

Junior Clerks. 

Thos. B. Lenon, Hen. W. Beaaclerk, Cecil E. G. Lakin, C. 
Unwin, C. Bagot Phillimore^ Thos. W. Leach, H. F. Leigh, 
Hen. Chas. Deedes, Josceline Courtenay, Wm. Ireland Black- 
bume, Esqrs. ; Hon. Gerald Dillon ; C. M. Lushington, Hen. 
Comdius Pearson, Esqs. 

Solicitor Richard Groom, Esq. 

Private Secretary to the President . • Alexander Gordon, Esq. 

Register and Keeper of the Papers, . • • John Moore, Esq. 

Assistant Mr. Thos. Sharp. 



House-keeper. • Mrs. Silversides 
Officee-keeper. . Thos. Scarman. 



Porter Geo. Perrott 

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3^viii LIST OF THE DIRECTORS, 

fVith the Dates whenfirtt Elected, 

William Astell, Esq., M.P.— 2gth January 1800, vice Thomas 

Fitzhugh, Esq. Deceased 
Sir Robert Campbell, Bart. — 23d July 1817, vice Rich. Parry, Esq. 

Deceased 
John Loch, Esq.— General Election, 1821 

Charles Mills, Esq. — 28 Aug. 1822, vice John Inglis, Esq. Deceased 
John Masterman, Esq., M.P. — 26th November 1 823, vice Charles 

Grant, Esq. Deceased 
Henry St. George Tucker, Esq. ~ General Election, 1 820 
Henry Alexander, Esq.— 8th March 1826, vice John Hudleston, 

Esq. Disqualified 
Sir William Young, Bart.— 20th March 1829, vice Sir G. A. Robin- 
son, Bart. Disqualified 
Hen. Shank, Esq. 7th April 1 830, vice Jas.Pattison, Esq. Disqualified 
Russell EUice, Esq. — 23(i Feb. 183 1, vice S.Toone, Esq. Disqualified 
Sir Richard Jenkins, G.C.B. — 27th June 1832, vice Chas. E. Pres- 

cott, Esq. Deceased 
John Cotton, Esq. — Both April 1833, vice Jas. Stuart, Esq. 

Deceased 
William Butterworth Bayley, Esq. —23d July 1833, vice George 

Smith, Esq. Disqualified. 
John Shepherd, Esq. (Chairman) — I7(h June 1835, vice the 

Right Hon. C. Fergusson, Disqualified 
Francis Warden, Esq. — I3th July 1836, vice George Raikes, Esq. 

Disqualified 
Sir Henry Willock, K.L.S. (Deputy Chairman) — Both January 

1838, vice John Morris, Esq. Disqualified 
James Weir Hogg, Esq., M.P. 11th September 1839, vice Jokias 

Du Pre Alexander, Esq* Deceased 
William Henry Chibheley Plowden, Esq.— General Election, 1841. 
Lieut. Colonel William Henry Sykes. — 2d July 1840, vice John 

Goldsborough Ravenshaw, Esq. Deceased. 
Major General Archibald Galloway, C. B., 24th Sept. 1 840, vice 

Campbell Marjoribanks, Esq. Deceased. 
Major General Sir Jeremiah Bryant, C.B. — 26th February 1841, 

vice John Thornhill, Esq. Deceased. 
Major General Archibald Robertson — 2nd June 1841, vice Neil' 

Benjamin Edmonstone, Esq. Deceased. 
Major James Oliphant — 24th Jan. 1 844, vice William Stanley 

Clarke, Esq. Deceased. 
John Clarmont Wbiteman, Esq., — I5th May 1844, vice Hon. 

Hugh Lindsay, Deceased. 

The following Gentlemen vent out of the Direction by Rotation in 

April 1844, viz. 

William Wigram, Esq. — loth May I8O0, vice John Manship, Esq- 

Disqualified, re-elected General Election, 1815 
John Petty Muspratt, Esq.— 23d March 1824, vice Sir Thomas 

Reid, Bart. Deceased 
Major Gen. Sir James Law Lushington, G.C.B.— 25th July 1827, 

vice Edward Parry, Esq. Deceased 
George Lyall, Esq. M.P. General Election, 1 830 
Martin Tucker Smith, Esq. — 12th Dec. 1838, vice Sir J. R. Car- 

nac, Bart. Disqualified. 
Elliot Macnaghten, Esq.— 8tb June 1842, vice Lieut. Col. Patrick 

VansAgnew, C.B., Deceased 



HOME ESTABLISHMENT. 



XlX 



SfeCRKTART's DsFARTMSHT. 

Secretory— James Cosmo Melvill, 

Esq. 
Deputy Secretary — John Docwra 

Dickinson, £sq« 

Minuting and Correspondence 
Brunch, 

jistisiant — Edw. Thornton, Esq. 

(7/flrib— Henry Mills, W. H. 
Mayne, Marmaduke Hornidge, 
Tlios. Campbell, James Cosmo 
Melvill, Jan., Fred. Samuel 
Danvers. 

Clerk Buying DepartTnent^-^John 
Davison. 

Clerks in Charge of Ecelesiasii- 
cal Registrations, &c. — Francis 
CJark, Fred. Samuel Danvers. 

Clerk of the College Department 
— Wm. T. Hooper. 

Correspondence relating to the 
yegetable Productions of India 
-^Dr.John Forbes Royle. 

Accounts Branch, 
Assistant — Wiiiiam Keith, Esq. 
Clerks — W. Collingwood, George 
Friend, J. Ogilvie, Thos. H. 
Keith, Wm. T. Daviniere, H. 
Robinson, Edward Jenkyns, 
Robert M. Hotson, George 
W. White, Duncan Camp- 
bell, Arthur Rob. Onslow. 

Temporary C7^er*— Jas.Waghorn. 
Pay Branch. 



Marine Branch. 

Assistani-^Jno.ChiB. Mason,E8q. 

Clerks^n, Ritherdon, William 
Thos. Thornton, Wm. Byron. 

Superintendent of the Extra Clerks 
— Ebenezer Barnett. 

Assistant — W. A. Franks. 

£XAMIVSR*S DlCPARTMKNT. 

Examiner of India Correspon- 
dence^-Thos, L. Peacock, Esq. 

Assistant £jramtn«r— David Hill, 

Esq. 

Assistants'^}. Stuart Mill, Fran. 
Wm. PrideauR, Esqrs. 

Clerks Correspondence Depart' 
ment — Octaviu$Grecne,Horace 
Grant, Esqrs. 

Senior Clerks — ^Joseph Maitland, 
Thomas Rundall, Thomas R, 
Andrews. 

Clerks — John D. Close, Stoddart 
Drysdak, Macvey Napier, Ed- 
mund D. Bourdillon, James F. 
Shillito, Wm. Archer Shee, 
Arthur Scott, Wm. H. Batten, 
Geo. Grote Mill. 

Superintendent of the Extra Clerks 
— Richard Grasswell. 

Book-office, Registiar — Christo- 
pher Waud. 

Assist, (2o.— John Cottell. 
Military Dbpartmint. 



Assistant^os.B. Wilks, Esq. I^ecrf^ary— Philip Melvill, Esq 
{7/«r*»—Wm. Morgan, Sidacy J. . . •„•, • 



Smith, James Dunsmure, John 
E. Boucher, Clifford Craufurd, 

Audit Branch. 

Assistant — Charles Ryle, Esq. 

Clerks — Geo. Browne, Fred. San- 
doz, William Banton, Willis 
H. lx>we, Chas. Saunderson, 
Geo. Browne, jnnr. | 



Assistant — William Eade, Esq; 

Clerks — Geo. Appleton, Robt. E. 
Smith, Chas. T. P. Metcalf, 
Jas. Pattison Thom, Thomas 
R. Clarke, Geo. E. Cochrane. 

Clerk for Passing Cadets and 
Assistant Surgeons '^Thomtas 
Robert Clarke. 



XX 



HOME ESTABLISHMENT. 



Inspector of Military StoTi 

Col. John G. Bonner 
Cterk — Lewis Humbert 
Sub'imtpector — ^Alex. Rothney 



Clerk to the Finance and Home and Legislative Committer 



Committee^-' J . D. Dickinson, 
Esq. 



Clerk to the Political and MiU- 
tary Committee^Wnu £ade> 
Esq. 

Clerk to the Revenue, Judicial, 



David Hilly Esq. 



Loftus Wigram, Esq. standing counsel. 

Edward Lawford, Esq solicitor, 

Horace H. Wilson, Esq., M.A., F.R.S.\ ... . ^ 
Sanscrit Professor, Oxford/"*^*"*"- 
Thomas Horsfield, Esq., M.D., F.R.S.. . keeper of the museum. 

John Walker, Esq.. geographer. 

Thomas Lynn, Esq .••••• €utronomical examiner, 

D'- '•«■ Hume {"S:f-.ttr"" "' 

Rev. Hcniy Higginson, A.M chaplain, Poplar hospital. 

Mr. Francis Beal surgeon, ait/o, 

Mr. san.„ei v^ i'"^7i::::^'z^z^. 

(examiner rf veterisury 
William Sewell, Esq < medicines and inMiru- 

L ments for India. 

George Harrison clerk of the works. 

John Saunders . . • • head door-keeper. 

Augustine Raymont assist, do. 

lis ?^n': ^:^!TJ. :::::: }^- *«p- 



DEPOT. 

Commandant Colonel Bdward Hay 

M in Com.k Barrack Matt... Major Henry Brown 

Copt, and Pagmoiter Wm. £lsey 

J^fMlamt k Qr. Matt Capt. William Falconer Hay 

Sub. Officer Lt. W.Q. Pogson. Bengal N.I. 

Surgeon A. R. Jackson, m.d. 

Jut. Surg P' F. H. Baddeley, Ben. Est. 

RECRUITING OFFICERS. 

Major Richard Axford 

Captaint Jas. Murray.aSf SohoSquare 

. Richard George Orange 

■ Henry V. Giegg 

tyor George Thomson, C.B. 



UParUm. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do, 
Do. 
Do, 
Do. 



xAverpool. 

London. 

Dublin. 

Edinburgh. 

Cork. 



The Corps of Royal East-India Volunteers, commanded by 
Colonel Astell, was disembodied on the 35th March 1 834. His late 
Majesty was graciously pleased, as a mark of his royal approba* 
tion, to allow the officers to retain the rank and honours belonging 
to their respective commissions. 



HOME ESTABLISHMENT. xxi 



AGENTS. 

AT HOME. 

Bristol Robert Bruce, Esq. 

Cork Daniel Callagban, jiin.» Esq. 

Dartmouth Thomas Newman, Esq. 

Deal • Messrs. John and Kdwird Iggalden 

Falmouth Messrs. John Came and Sons 

Glasgow and Greenock Messrs. Eccles, Bumley,and Co. 

Gravesend Thomas Elkin, Esq. 

Le'ith Messrs. James WyldandCo. 

Limerick ............ Messrs. Thomas Wesrrop and Son 

Liverpool Messrs. Benson and Ratbbone 

Maigate William Cobb, Esq. 

Plymouth , . . • « Messrs. Fox, Soa$, and Co. 

Portsmouth Messrs. Gamatt and Gibbon 

Torbay Messrs. John and Samuel Calley 

ABROAD. 

Canada Messrs. Forsyth, Richardson, and Co. 

Cape Messrs. Dickson, Bumics, and Co. 

Corfu Charles Schomberg Thomas, Esq. 

Egypt X Alexandria) .... Captain Lyons, R.N. 

H, Johnson (H.M.S,) Dep. Agent 

rCairo) A. Walne, Esq. 

(Suez) • Henry Levick, Esq. 

(Jeddah) A. Ogilvie, Esq. 

Genoa Messrs. Grant, Balfour, and Saunder 

Gibraltar William Sherwill, Esq. 

Halifax Messrs. S. Cuoard and Co. 

Lisbon Messrs. Joseph Van Zeller and Sons 

Madeira Henry Veitch, Esq. 

Malta James Calvert, Esq. 

Mauritius Messrs. Jack and Co. 

Naples Messrs. Cotterill, Iggulden, and Co. 

St. Helena Messrs. Thos. Baker and Co. 

Trieste Messrs. Lang> Freeland, and Co. 

Venice Messrs. Holme and Co. 

Vienna , Messrs. J. G« SchuUer and Co. 



xxn 



EAST-INDIA COLLEGK 

FisUor, 
The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London. 

Principal, 
//c-^ The Rev. Henry Mehill, B.D. 

^X"^ Dean. 

The Rev. James Amiraux Jeremie, A.M. 

The Rev. Frederic Smith, A.M. 

PROFKSSORS : 

European Department, 

Classics The Rev. J. A. Jeremie, A.M. 

{'/"^ Mathematics f TheRcv.J. W.Lucas Hcaviside, A.M. 

(_The Rev. Fred. Smith, A.M. 

J Z^ History & Political Economy The Rev. Richard Jones, A.M. 
/>-^ Law.. Wm. Empson,Esq.,A.M., F.R.S.L. 

O&IENTAL DePABTMXNT: 

Fintor. 
H. H. Wilson, Esq., A.M., F.R.S, 

« ... 

Professors, 
/V ^ Hindee, Hindustani, and Mahratta. . Vernon Schalch, Esq. 

j^ * Arabic and Persian .•..•.... Major J. W. J. Ouseley. 

/-^rj^ Sanscrit and Teloogoo Francis Johnson, Esq. 

-f^'" NOMINATION OF STUDENTS. 

Regidations and Preparatory Instructions* 

No Candidate for the Ck>llege can be nominated therero, whose 
age is less than seventeen or above twenty-one years. • And no person 
who has been dismissed from the Army or Navy, or expelled from 
any place of education, will be nominated to the College. 

The parents or guardian of every candidate for the college will 
be required to address the following letter to the nominating 
Director: — 

&r:-~l beg toattureyou, on ny honour, fAatmy— — — — , to whom yon 
have been $o good at to give a nomination to the eolUge, ka$ not been diini$$ed 
from the Army or the yavy, and that he never ha$ been expelled/rojn amy place 
o/ education* flume the honour to be, ifC* 



BAST-INDIA COLLEGE. xxili 

Ciuididates for the college must produce the undermentioned 
documents, previously to their being nominated as smdents. 

An extract from the parish register of their birth or baptism* 
properly signed by the minister, churchwarden, or elders ; and, in 
addition thereto, 

A certificate, agreeably to the following form, signed by the pa* 
rent, guardian, or near relation. 

1 do herebjf eerily, that the foregoing txtraetfiom the regieter qf beptUmi ^ lAt 

feineh. qf , m the county qf , comtauu the date nf the birth^my , 

who ie the bearer qf this, and pretentedfor a tuminationaaa itudent at the Eatu 

imdia CoUege, 6y , Eaq.; and I do fkrther declare, that i received the mid 

preeemtationfor my gratuitoutly, and tAol no money or other vaUabU 

eoneideratumhaebeenoriM to be paid, either directlp or indirtctlft for the enae, 
and thatlvUl not pay or cause to be paid, either by my9e\f, Symy—, or b§ 
the kande of any other percon. my pecuniary or valuable eonsiderahon whateeevert 
to amy pereon or penona who have interetted themuebtee im proeurimg the mid 
preventatioufor my •— — , from the director above mentiened, 

tPltne$» my hondt thi$ — day qf , » the year qf our Lord — — 

In the event of no parish register existing or to be found, a 
declaration of such circumstance is to be made before a magistrate 
to the following effect, viz. 

/* ,pre$enteda9 a etkdentforthe East-India College by , do 

declare, that I have caused search to be tnade for a parish register whereby 
to ascertain my age, but am unable to produce the sawu, there being mm 
to be found t and, further, I declare, that from the ii^ormation qf my 
parenU {and other relations), which information J verily beUeve lo be true, that 

I was bom in the parish qf ., in the county of , on , in the 

year , and that lam not at this <tme under the age qf sixteen, or above 

imenty'One years. 

Witness my hand, this —— day qf «-» 
in the year qf our Lord — — . 

The parent, guardian, or near relation, must then add his 
certificate as to the truth of the declaration, which must be similar 
to that ordered to be annexed to the extract from the parish register. 
The above-mentioned certificate (and declaration, in cases where 
a declaration shall be required) are to be annexed to the petition to 
be written by the candidate, and they are to sign a declaration 
thereon, that they have read these printed instructions. The »ame 
declaration is to be signed by the parent, guardian, or near rela* 
ttoo of the candidates respectively. 

Candidates will be interrogated iti an open Committee as to 
their character, connexions, and qualifications, conformably to 
the General Court's resolution of the 6th July 1809* The nature 
of this int^rogation may be known on application to the Clerk 
of the CoU^e department. And the following Rules and Regu- 
lations are to be observed with respect to the examination of 
Candidates : 

Each candidate shall produce testimonials of good moral con- 
duct, under the hand of the principal or superior authority of the 
college or public institution in which he may have been educated, 
or under the hand of the private instructor to whose care he may 
have been confided ; and the said testimonials shall have reference 
to his conduct during the two years immediately preceding his pre" 
sentatwnfor admissimu 



Xxiv EAST4INDIA COLLEGE. 

Each candidate shall be examined in the Four Gospels of the 
Greek Testament, and shall not be deemed duly qualified for 
admission to Haileybury College, unless he be found to possess 
a competent knowledge thereof; nor unless he be able to render 
into English some portion of the works of one of the following 
Greek authors :<*-Homer» Herodotus, Xcnophon, Thucydides, 
Sophocles, and Euripides ; nor unless he can render into English 
some portion of the works of one of the following Latin authors : 
^Livy, Terence, Cicero, Tacitus, Virgil, and Horace ; and this 
part of the examination will include questions in ancient histoi}, 
geography, and philosophy ^ 

EAch candidate shall also be examined in English history and 
geography, and in the elements of mathematical science, including 
the common rules of arithmetic, vulgar and decimal fractions, 
and the first four books of Euclid. He shall also be examined in 
the first part of Paley's Evidences of Christianity. 

It is, however, to be understood, that superior attainments in 
one of the departments of literature or science, comprised in the 
foregoing plan of examination, shall, at the discretion of the 
Examiners, be cottsidered to compensate for comparative defi- 
ciency in other qualifieations. 

The examinations are held at the East- India House, half- 
yearly, in the months of January and July^ 

A student publicly expelled the college will not be admitted 
into the Company's civil or military service in India, or into the 
Company's Military Seminary. 

No person can be appointed a member of the Company's Civil 
Service whose age is less than eighteen or more than twenty- three 
years, nor until he shall have resided four terms at least, in the 
college, and shall have obtained a certificate signed by the Princi* 
pal of his having conformed himself to the statutes and regulations 
of the College. 

On a student's appointment to be a Member of the Civil Service 
he will be required to attend at the Secretary's Office, East-India 
House, to make the necessary arrangements for entering into cove- 
nant, and for giving a bond for ;^l 000 jointly with two sureties for 
the due fulfilment of the same, and a legal instrument is to be enter- 
ed into by someone person (to be approved by the Court of Directors) 
binding himself to pay the sum of £30W},tiS liquidated damages, to 
the Company, for breach of a covenant to be entered into that the 
student's nomination hath not been in any way bought, or sold, 
or exchanged for any thing convertible into a pecuniary benefit. 

The rank of students leaving the college is determined by the cer- 
tificate of the Principal, which is granted with reference to 
the industry, proficiency, and general good behaviour of the stu- 
dents. 

Such rank to take effect only in the event of the students pro- 
ceeding to India within six months after they are so ranked 
whether they proceed vi& Egypt or the Cape of Good Hope. 



EAST.INDIA COLLEGE. 



XXV 



TERMS OF ADMISSION FOR STUDENTS. 

One handred eutneas per annunig for each student ; a moiety 
whereof to be paid at the commencement of each term, there being 
two in the year, besides the expense of books and stationery. 

Students to provide themselves with a table-spooo, tea-spoon, 
knife and fork, half a dozen tiiwels, tea equipage, and a looking- 
glass ; also, with not less than two pair of sheets, two pillow-cases, 
and two breakfast cloths. 

Ten guineas to be paid on leaving College by each student, for 
the use of the library. 



COLLEGE TERMS. 

i&t commences igtli January and ends 30th Juncl . j^ y^^^^ 

ad ditto loth Sept. and ends I5ih December J 

N.B. The StudenU are to prwide ihfnuelves wtth proper 

Academical HatiU, 



STUDENTS AT THE COLLEGE. 

Firtt Term, 1844. 

Fourth Term^ 



1. C. CoUett Madras 

9. F. A. B. Glover . . Bengal 

3. C. H. Campbell .. do 

4. R. O. Heywood . • do 

5. C. S. Belli do 

0. A. R. Grantee . . do 
7. R. E. Master •• •• do 



8. G. A. Ballard •••• Madras 
9* W. Hudleston .... do 

10. F. Cunliffe do 

11. W. J. Longmore . . Bengal 
IS. O. Toogood do 

13. H. R. Madocks. . , • do 

14. F. B. Drummond . . do 



Third Term^ 



15, W. T. Tucker. . . . Bengal 

10. W, Ainslie do 

17* B. Harrison Madras 

18. A. Rogers Bombay 

10. A. Hammond .... Bengid 

90. J. R. Best do 

31. E. R. Foster do 

33. C. J Davies ••••Bombay 

33. W. S Nesbitt .... Madras 

34. C. B. Denison. • . • Bengal 

35. F. J. Cockbum ••Madras 
30. A. E. Russell . • . • Ben^ 
37* R. S. Bagsbaw, ... do 
38. L. Reid ..••••••Bombay 



29. H. B. Henderson . . Bengal 

30. A. L. Phillipps. . • . Madras 

31. J. H. Blair do 

33. A. S. Sandeman . . do 
33« F^ Shaw Bengal 

34. F. A. M. McGregor do 

36. A. Hope • do 

36* A. Ogilvie ,' Madras 

37* H. Lushington •• . . Bengal 

38. J. C. Dodgson .... do 

39. C. Mackillop ...•. do 

40. Lord W. Hay .... do 

41. W. C. Lochner.. «. Madras 
43. H. C. Raikes •• .. Bengal 



XXVI 



EAST4NDIA COLLEGE. 



Second 

43. H. S. Reid Bengal 

44. P. S. Melvill do 

45. D. Simson do 

46. G. A. Pepper • , . . do 

47. J. S. Inverarity.. Bombay 

48. W. C. Jackson Bengal 

49. F. O. Mayne do 

50. F. Thompson. . . . Bombay 

51. G. A. Pazton .... Bengsd 

52. G. B. Phelips ... do 

53. R. C. Lewin Madras 



Term, 

54. M. Ricketts .... Bengal 

55. R. Shepherd .... do 

56. J. W. Sherer do 

57. H. B. Lockett •• Bombay 

58. D. C. Leighton . . Bengal 

59. E. P. Down Bombay 

60. B. Pauncefote .... Madras 

61. G. E. W. Couper ..Bengal 

62. J. S. Spankie .... do 
6a. R. P. Jenkins .... do 



First Term. 



64. H.Pratt 

65. H. B. Thornhill 

66. J.Gibbs 

67. W. Blunt 

08. A. L. Melville . 

69. J. R. Gordon . . 

70. C.P.Lane .. .. 

7 1 . H. Keene 

72. A. Abercrombie 

73. C. H. Cameron 

74. M. C. Chase. . 



. Bengal 
do 

Madras 
• Bengal 
. do 

Madras 

Bengal 
. do 
. do 
Bombay 

Madras 



75. W.F.B.G.Fergusson Bengal 

76. J Mackillop do 

7 7. D. N. Martin do 

78. J. E. Oliphant .... do 

79. W. G, Probyn. . . . Bombay 

80. G. H. M. Ricketts Bengal 

81. R. H. Ryan .... Bombay 

82. G. Scott. ..... ••.. do 

83. R. Temple ....•• Bengal 

84. J. P. A. Theobald Madras 



Report of the Restdt of the General Examination of 
the Students at Haileybury CoUege, at the close of the 
First Term, 1844, 

Mr. Foster read his Prize Essay on "The Characteristic Diffe- 
rences of Asiatic and European Institutions, and the causes by 
which they were principally determine^." 

Mr. M'Leod read a translation, in Persian, of Addison's antithe- 
tical essay on ** Cheerfulness and Mirth," giving the several para- 
graphs in English and Persian alternately. 

The following distribution was then made by the Chairman, of 
medals, prizes, and other honourable distinctions to the students 
leaving College : — 

Highly distinguished, 

Mr. Roberts, with medal in classics, medal in mathematics, 
medal in law, and prize for general proficiency at the Easter Exa- 
mination. Mr. M*Leod, with medal in Persian, and Prize in Hin- 
dustani. Mr. Hodgson, with prize in Sanscrit, and prize in Te- 
loogoo. Mr. Ellis, with medal in political economy. Messrs. 
W. R. Best, Alexander, Lloyd, Greathed, Lindsay, Clifton, and 
Hooper. 

Passed with great credit, 

Messrs. Richardson, KobertsQn» Fooid, and Carnac. 



EAST-INDIA COLLEGE. xxvii 

Prizes J and other honour ahU Distinetiotu of StuditUt remaining 

in College y June 1844. 

Third Term. 

ERghly dUtinguished. 

Mr. Collettf with prize in mathematics, prize in political eco- 
nomy, prize in law, prize in Sanscrit, prize in Teloogoo, and prize 
for general proficiency at the Easter Examination. Mr. Glover, 
with prize in Persian, and prize in Hindustani. Mr. Belli, with 
prize in Classics. Messrs. Campbell, Haywood, Grant, Master, 
Ballard, Hadlestone, and Cunliffe. 

Second Term* 

Highly distinguithed, 

Mr. Tucker, with prize in political economy, prize in law, and 
prize in Sanscrit. Mr. Ainslie, with prize in mathematics, and 
prize in Persian. Mr. Harrison, with prize in Teloogoo. Mr. 
Rx>gers, with prize for general proficiency at the Easter Exami- 
nation. Mr. Foster, with prize essay. Mr Denison, with prize 
in classics. Messrs. Hammond, J. R..Best, Davies, Nesbitt, and 
Cocfcbam. 

Passed with great credit. 

Messrs. Russell, Bagshaw, L. Reid, Henderson, and Phillips. 

First Term. 

Highly distinguiih 'd. 

Mr. H. S. Reid, with piize in Classics, and prize for general 
proficiency at the Easter Examination. Mr. P. S. Melvill, with 
prize in Sanscrit Mr. Simpson, with prize in mathematics. Mr. 
Pepper. 

Passed with great credit. 
Messrs. Inverarity, Jackson, and Mayne. 



Bank of Students leaving College, June, 1844: — 

Ist Class* ^nd Class. 

1. Mr. McLeod. 6. Mr. Richardson. 

2. Mr. Best. 7- Mr. Carnac. 

3. Mr. Greathed. 8. Mr. Alexander. 

4. Mr. Lindsay. 3rd Class, 

5. Mr. Clifton. Q. Mr. Limond. 

Madras. 
1st Class. 4. Mr. Ellis. 

1. Mr. Roberts. 2nd Class, 

a. Mr. Hodgson. 5. Mr. Foord. 

3. Mr. Hooper. 

Bombay. 

1st Class* 

1. Mr. Lloyd. 

2nd Class* 

2. Mr. Robertspn. 

c 2 



xxviii 



MILITARY SEMINARY. 

PUBLIC EXAMINER AND INSPECTOR, 

Major Gen. C. W. Pasley, C.B., F.R.S., F.R. A.S., F.G.S., and 
Hon. M. Inst. C,£., from the Royal Engineers. 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 
^ Major Gen. Sir Ephraim G. Stannns, Knt. C.B., Bombay Army. 

Chaplain 

Surgeon Edward Westall. 

Staff Captain • • • • Major T. Ritherdon, late Bom* 

bay Artillery. 

i Bt. Capt. H. G. Napleton, Mad- 
Orderly Ofieeri ••.•.< ras N.L 

( Lieut. CA.F.Henrey, Bengal N.I. 

PUBLIC EXAMINER ORIENTAL DEPARTMENT. 
Horace H. Wilson, M.A. F.R.S., Sanscrit Professor, Qxford. 



PROFESSORS AND MASTERS. 

{ReY. Jonathan Cape, A.M. 
Rer, Alfred Wriglcy, B,A. 
Rev. Wm. Hen. Johtisione, B.A. 
Rev. R. Inchbald, B. A. 

_,_..-.. J . ..,, 3 Major Hector Straith. 

Fartjficahan andJrttllery.. . . ^ ^ieit. T. Cook, R.N., F.R.S. 

Military Drawing Edw. B. Metcalf. 

Military Surveying Major Basil Jackson. 

, J « . C T. H. Fielding. 

Landscape Drawing | j c. Schetky^ 

OrientalUnguag. { ^JT^jr.' B^o^^'.'^'^' ""'^^^^^^ 

ChemUtry and Geology, J. F, Daniel, F.IUS. 

Practical Mechanics, 8fc,,.,. Lieut. T. Cook, R. N., F.R.S. 

French Marin de la Voye, Member of 

the Hist, and Lit French Inst. 

Sword Extreius •.•••.••...• H. Angelo, Jun. 
Purveyor and Steward, R. M. Leeds. 



MILITARY SEMINARY. xxiX 

{Bijf a Resolution of the Court of Directors of the 16/* 
January 1828, all Cadets at the MUitary Seminary ^ 
and all subsequent nominations thereto^ are deemed for 
general Service until brought forward for public 
examination,) 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

Conditions and Qualifications for a Candidate. 

1. No candidate can be admitted uuder tiie age of fourieeo, 
or above the age of eighteen^ years. 

2. No Person can be admitted who bas been dismissed, or 
obliged to retire, from the Army or Navy, the Royal Military 
College at Sandhurst, the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, 
or from any other public institution. 

3. Every candidate must produce a certificate of his birth 
taken from the parish register, and signed by tlie tninister, and 
countersigned by the churchwardens ; or, if born in Scotland, by 
the session's clerk and two elders, accompanied by a declaration 
from his father, mother, or nearest of kin, the forms of which 
may be had in the Military Department. In the event of there 
being no register of his birth or baptism, the candidate will be 
furnished with the form of a declaration to be takt- n by him pre- 
viously to his being appointed. 

4. No candidate will be admitted without a certificate that he 
bas had the small-pox, or has been vaccinated ; nor without a 
certificate, in the prescribed form, to be given by two practisini( 
surKeons, that he has no mental or bodily defect whatever to 
disqualify him for military service. 

5. Every candidate must produce a certificate of good conduct 
from the master under whom he has last studied. 

6. Every candidate must deliver the names antl addresses of two 
persons residing in London, or its vicinity, who engage to receive 
him if he shall be dismissed from the seminary, or removed from 
sickness or any other cause. 

7. It is an indispensable qualification that the candidate write 
a good legible hand. He will be required to writedown a sentence 
from dictation by the head master ; and if be should be found 
deficient in his handwriting, or in his orthography, his reception 
into the institution will be deferred for such length of time as 
the head master shall report to be necessary. 

8. No candidate will he admitted who cannot read and con- 
strue Cssar's Commentaries. 

9. No candidate will be admitted who shall not be found 
to possess a correct knowledge of all the Rules of Arithmetic 
usually taught in Schools, especially the Rule of Three, Compound 
Proportion, Practice, Interest, Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, and 
the Kxtiaction of the Square Root. 

10. Every cadet upon his admission is considered a Proba^ 
tiouary pupil for the first six months; at the end of which 
period the public examiner wlil be required to report to the 
miiitarj oommlttee, on the probability of the cadet being able to 
pass for the artillery or infantry in the required period of four 

c S 



XXX MIUTARY SEMINARY. 

Terms. Slioald this appear Improhable, either from waul of 
talent or diligence, the cadet will then be returned to his friends. 

The preceding test (Articles?, 8, and 9) \« all that is absolutely 
requisite for the admission of a Cadet into the Military Seminary. 
Parents and Guardians are howerer informc<l, that it will be of 
great advantage to a Cadet, in his future studies at this establish- 
ment, if, before being admitted, he make himself well acquainted 
with the following portions of Cape's '* Course of Mathematics," 
in the order in which they are given below, vta. 

). The remainder of Arirbmetio omitting pages 76, 77. 

2. The use of Logarithms. 

3. The first three Sections in Geometry, and the Theory of 

Proportion. 

4. First part of Algebra, omitting the propositions of the 

greatest common measure and the least common multiple. 

5. Fourth and fifth sections in Geometry, and Geometrical 

Prohlems. 
It is also very desirable that a Cadet on joining the Seminary be 
able to draw with facility in pencil, and shade with Indian ink. 

Payments, &c. — 1. The parents or guardians of the gentleman 
cadet are required to pay £bO per term towards defraying the 
ex Dense of his board, lodging, and education ; also an entrance 
subscription of £2. 2s. to the public library ; which payments 
include every charge except fur uniform clothes, books, and 
pockeumoney, as hereafter specified. 

2. Such articles of uniform dress* as may be considered by the 
military committee to be necessary shall be provided at the cost 
of the cadet. The amount of pocket-money issued to him at the 
ratesf fixed by the rules of the seminary is also to be defrayed 
by his parents or guardians. 

3. The following class-books will be provided at the public 
expense, the mutilation or destruction of which to be chargeable 
to the cadets, viz. 



Tnman's Nautical A^itronomy, 
Do. Nautical Tahlen. 



Hindustani Dictionary, 

Latin do. [metry, 

Woodhouse's Spherical Trigono- 

4. The Cadets will, on their first joining Addiscombe, be 
supplied with the following books, the cost of which will be 
charized to their parents or guardians, viz. 



French Grammar, 
French Dictionary, [tions, 

De la Voye's French Instruc- 
Csesar's CommentaricK. 
Daniell's Chemical philosophy. 



Cape's Mathematics, f tion, 

Strai til's Treatise on Fortifica- 
Shakespear's Hindustani Gram^ 

mar, 
First Vol. Hindu Selections, 
Fielding's Perspective, 

Any books not included in the aboveenumeration, or which may 
be hereafter required at the seminary, to be paid for by the cadets. 

* Fix, Jackets, waistcoats, stocks, foraeing caps, trowsers, 
•hues, gloves, together with a proportionate share of the expense 
of any other periodical supplies, and the repairs of the same* 
The average cost is £6, 6s. per term. 

f fhh 2s. 6d« a week, with Is. additional to censors, and 
3s. 6d. additional to corporals. 



MILITARY SEMINARY. xxxt 

5. A cadet entering in a teim, at whatever part of it, mail pay 
the regulated num for the wbole term in wtiicti he enters, which 
will count as one of the four terms of his residence ; and no 
return of any portion of the advance will be made in the event 
of a cadet's quitting the seminary. 

6. Previous to the cadet's admission, his parents or guardians 
shall furnish him with the following articles, viz. 

Twelve shirts (includinir tliree nighUshirts), eight pairs of 
cotton stocltiugs, six pairs of worsted ditto, six towels, six 
night-caps, eight poclset-handlserchiefs, one pair of white trow* 
sers (to be repaired, nr if necessary, to be renewed by the parents 
or guardians at the vacation) ; two eombs and a brush, a tooth 
brush, a Bible and Prayer-book, a ca«e of mathematical instru- 
ments of an approved pattern, to be seen at Messrs. Trooghton 
& Siuims, 136, Fleet Street ; Mr. Jones's, 62, Charing- Cross; Mr« 
Gilbert, Optician, 148, Fenchurch^street ; and at Messrs. Reeves 
& Sons, 150, Cheapside. 

7. The payment of the fixed charges for each term is to be 
made in advance ; and the payment for clothes, pocket«money, 
and book^ for the preceding term iii to be made previous to the 
cadet's return to the seminary. 

Prohibition.— The cadet must not join the seminary with a 
greater sum in his possession than one guinea, and a further 
supply from any of his relations during the term may subject htm 
to dismission from the seminary. 

Vacations. — Midsummer commences about the middle of 
June, ends 31st July. 

Christmas commences about the middle of 
December, ends 31st January. 

At the close of every vacation, the cadet mast apply at the 
Cadet Department, Military Office, East-lndia House, for an 
orrter for his re-admission, and alt sums then doe to the Com- 
pany must be paid up. This order will express that he is only 
to be re-admitted upon his returning with the same number 
of books and instruments which he took home with him, that 
bis linen is put into proper repair, and that be is in a fit state 
of health to renew his studies. 



Notice to Parents and Guardians* 

Tlie friends of every cadet are hereby informed, that provisioa 
being made for furnishing him with every requisite, he cannot 
really want a supply of money to be placed at his disposal while 
at the seminary ; and if they do notwithstanding think proper to 
famish him with money, they put it in his power to commit 
irregularities, which must always retard his studies, and may 
eventually lead to his removal from the institution. 

The parents and friends are further particnlarly desired not to 
attend to any application from the cadet for money, under the 



XXxii MIUTARY SEMINARr. 

pretence of Iiis hraTing incurred any debts at CroydoD> at eke- 
where, or for the purpose of subscribiug to public charities, or 
any other pretence whatever. 

It having become known that cadets have been in the habit 
of writing to their friends for money, under the pretence that 
there were so many stoppages froiu their weekly allowance tllat 
tliey had scarcely any money left, the Committee have ascertained 
that these stoppages have arisen, not only from wilful and 
wanton destrnction of pubUc property, but in a considerable 
degree from the postage of letters, and tl;e carriage of parcels 
addressed to the cadets. It has in consequence been ordered,, 
that no letter or parcel shall be admitted into the seminary 
unless the postage or carriage of Much letter or parcel shall have 
been previously fully paid for by the person sending the same. 
It has also been ordered that every parcel shall be opened in the 
presence of one of the orderly oliScers and the cadet to whom 
it is sent ; that should it contain wine, or any thkig prohibited 
by the regulations, the parcel, upon the first offence, will be 
returned to the person sending the same; aud that upon the 
second offence, the cadet will be ordered home, and will not 
be re-admitted until a written apology has been sent to tli« 
Committee by the person who has committed a breach of this 
regulation. 

Extract Jnm the SUtmding RegtUatioM of tht Seminary, See, 1, 

Clause I. 

" No professor, master, or other person in the institution, 
shall receive from the cadet, or the parents or friends of any 
cadet, any pecuniary present or consideration, on any pretence 
whatever." 

Extract Besoluiian of Court of \2th March 1823, and MUitaiy 
Letter to Bengal, dated 30th Augutt 1826. 
** That all persons nominated in future a.s cadets, be required, 
as a condition to tlieir appointment, to sub»cribe to the military 
funds of their respective presidencies.'* 

Memoranda. 

The gentlemen cadets educated at the Military Seminary are 
eligible for the corps of engineei-s, artillery, and infantry. Admis- 
sion to the two first of these branches, viz, the eiiKineers and 
artillery, is only to be obtained by these cadets, none others 
being eligible. Those who are most distinguished are selected for 
the engineers, according to the vacancies in that branch. Those 
immediately following in order of succession are promoted to the 
corps of horse aud foot artillery. 

iliose cadets for whom there is no room in the engineers, but 
who are reported to have attained to a high degree of qunlifica- 
tion, receive honorai7 certificates, aud their names are aonouiiced 
to the governments in India, and published in general onlers to 
the army, as meriting particular notice. Tliey have the privilega 
of choosing the presidency in India to which they shall be 
stationed. The cadets not appointed to the engineers or artillery 
are, when reported qualified, posted to the infantry, aud rank 



MILITARY SEMINARY. xxxiii 

together according to the rank which they obtained at the 
seminary. 

The gentlemen cadets may pass tbrongh the seminary as rapidly 
as their attainments and qualifications will enable them to pass 
after a year's residence, provided that they are of the age of six- 
teen years on or before the day of their final examination. Their 
stay at the Institation is limited to four terms. 

The cadets educated at this institution take rank in the army 
above all other cadets who are appointed from the commencement 
of three months previously to the date of the seminary cadets 
being reported qualified ; and all the time passed by them at the 
institution after they attain the age of sixteen coants as so much 
time passed in India in calculating their period of service for 
retiring pensions on full pay. 



XXXIV 



MILITARY SEMINARY. 



Gentlemen Cadets studying at 

C. D. Newmarch J. R Magrath 
W. W. H.Greathed G. G. J. Campbell 



F, Moberly 
F. C. Grindall 
J. Crofton 
C. F. Boddam 
F. T. Haig 

E. W. E. Walker 
J. Jones 

John Bean 
J. P. Walker 
W. A. Mylne 

F, Conybeare 

C. Dempster 

D. J. Kinloclj 
T. H. Bosworth 
F. H. Hcbbcrt 
C. H. Cookes 
A. A* Heath 
J. F. Raper 

H. B. Sandford 
J. P. Bennet 
J. A. R. Mead 
C. J. Stewart 
J. Thompson 
W.E.Marshall 
W. D. Cuuchman 
£. C. Oakes 
F. H. Haomer 
F* C. Angelo 
C. Clark 
A. Gifiard 
A. Cow per 
A. Cadell 
C. D. Innes 
F. D. Urqabart 
A. 8. Moberley 
J. C. Hathoru 
C. Le Marchaud 
J. W. Playfair 
J. T. Donovan 
F. R De Bude 
H. P. 'Bishop 
J.C. Hailes 
£. H. Hildebrand 
A. R. Mark 
J. J. R. Robertson 
R. G. F. Heunegan 
P. D. Home 
W. J. Bradford 



A. J. Anderson 
J. W. Delamaine 
J. Ruegles 
C. J.Godby 
R. J. F. Hickey 
C. E. Boodle 
R, M urray 
J. M. Bayley 
G. Langbourn 
A. G. Graham 
C. Nasxnyth 
• G. Chapman 
W. S. OMphant 
H. W. Gulliver 
C. Pollard 
G. Danger6eld 
C. J. Barton 
G. B. Mellersh 
F. R. Mauusell 
T. B. Gibbard 
Hon. F. Kennedy 
A. O. Mayne 
A. Fraser 
A. H.Dawson 
T. J. Metcalfe 
C. Baddeley 

F. De. Mole 
A. K. Comber 
H. M. Smith 
W. C. Parsons 

G. Baillie 

H. D. A. D. Willan 
F. Von And law 
P. O. Gibbes 
H. W. Lumsden 
H. Moore 
R. C. Birch 
J. S. OgiMe 
M. Hanter 
H. Beville 
G.H. Stiles 
J. M. Evans 
J. Carwardine 
J. C. Wood 
J. D. Swayne 
M. C. Saukey 
G. Pickering 
S. W. Dewe 



W. H. J. R. Howell W. B. Castle 

J. N. Mclntyre R. J. S. Lawrence 



the Seminary, 

H. B. Pearson 

C. M. Lougmore 

J. D. Harris 

J. Baillie 

W. L. Webb 

G. G. Murray 

J. Burn 

G. A. Elliott 

£. A. Rbwliudson 

E. A. Wilde 
W. G. Farquliar 
T. E. Higginson 
J. Yorkc 

W. R. Gordon 

A. Combe 

G. C. Huxham 

F. J. Dickens 
R. Wallace 
R. A. Roberts 
C. F. Adey 

L. Machell 

F. A.Simons 
A. W. Gamett 

C. E. H. Cotes 

G. B. Prior 
R. J. Mallock 

D. Thomson 

F. J. Gulley 
H. Biden 

C. Clarke 
W. T. Brown 
R. L. Playfair 
C. M'W. Mercer 
W. Dowell 

C. E. Allom 
J. Smith 

W. H. J. Henderson 
W. Smith 
J. A. Brereton 

G. H. Griffiths 
J. Pickard; 

D. J. P. Campbctt 
L. F. C. Thomas 
R. Creighion 

R. Stewart 
C. C. Bean 
G. W. Macaulcy 

F. Hickes 

G. F. Hayward 
C. G. Thorp 

E. A. Law 



CADETS, &c. XXX^ 

CADETS appointed to ENGINEER CORPS, 

Doing duty as temporary Ensigns at the Royal Engineer Esta- 
blishment at Chatham, under the command of Ueut. Colonel Sir 
T. M. F, Smith, K.H., of the Royal Engineers. 

L J.H.Dyas J.C.Harris R.Young 

( A; Fraser P. P . L. O'Conncll J. G. Fife 

C. S. Paton T. G. Glover G. Hutchinson 

H. Drummond H. Hyde G. V. Winscom 

CHAPLAINS. 
Regulationsjbr their Admission into Company's Service. 

I Candidates for appoiutnieots as Assistant Chaplains must have 

been two years in Orders, aud must not exceed forty years of 
age ; and at the time of appoiotmeut are required to produce 
their letters of Orders, Deacon aod Priest, as well as testi- 
monial, signed by three beneficed clergymen, and a medical 
certificate; the appointments are made subject to the approval of 
the Archbishop of Canterbury or the Bishop of London. 

Chaplains are required to enter into covenant, and to give a 
bond for ^500 jointly with two sureties for the due fulfilment of 
the same. 

Under the Deed of Covenant, Chaplains are required to sub- 
scribe to the Military Fund at the Presidency to which they may 
be attached. 

Chaplains mnst proceed to their destination within Six Months 
from the Date of tlie Court's Resolution by which they were no- 
minated ; and in failure thereof, without leave obtained from the 
Court, their appointments will lapse. 

ASSISTANT SURGEONS. 
ReguUuions for their Admissioti into Company^ sService* 

Agb. The assistant surgeon mast not be under twcnty^two 
years, in proof of which he must produce an extract from the 
register of the parish in which he was born, or his uwn declara- 
tion pursuant to the act of the 5th and 6th Gulielmi IV., cap. 
62, and other certificates, agreeably to forms to be obtained iu 
the office for cadets and assistant surgeons. 

QuAUFiCATioN IN SuRGERT. The assistant surgeon, upon 
receiving a nomination, will be furnished with a letter to the 
Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons, to be 
examined in Surgery, and their certificate will be deemed a satis- 
factory testimonial of bis qualification : but should the assistant 
surgeon be previously in possession of a diploma from the Royal 
College of Surgeons of London, or of the Colleges of Surgeon- 
of Dublin or Edinburgh, or of the College and University of 
Glasgow, or of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glass 
gow, either of them will be deemed satisfactory a$ to his know- 
ledge of Surgery, without any further examination. He is ako 
required to produce a certificate from the Cupper of a Public 
Hospital in London, of having acquired and being capable of 
practinog, with proper dexterity, the art of cupping. 

QuALiFiCATmw IM Physic. The assistant surgeon will also be 



xxxvi CADETS, &c. 

required to pass an examination by the Company's examining 
physician in the practice of physic, in which examinaiion will be 
included as mach anatomy and physiology as is necessary for 
understanding the causes and treatment of internal diseases, as 
well as the art of prescribing and compounding medicines, atul 
Dr. Hume will then require him to produce satisfactory proof 
of his having attended at least two courses of lectures on the prac- 
tice of physic, and above all, that be should produce a certificate 
of havingattendeddiligenilythe practice of the physicians at some 
general Hospital in London for six months ; or at some general 
Hospital in the country (within the United Kingdom) tor six 
months, provided such provincial Hospital contain at least, on 
an average, one iiimdred in- Patients, and have attached to it a 
regular establishment of physicians as well as surgeons. No at- 
tendance on the practice of a physician at any Dispensary will be 
admitted. 

The assistant surgeon is also required, as a condition to his 
appointment, to subscribe to the military or medical retiring fund 
at bis respective presidency, and also to the military orphan 
society if appointed to Bengal. 

The assistant surgeon is required, by resolution of Court of 
the 2l8t of May 1828, to apply at the Cadet-office, and actually 
proceed within three mouths from the date of being passed and 
sworn betbre the Military Committee; he will then be furnished 
with an order to obtain the certificate of his appointment, signed 
by the Secietary, for which he will pay a fee of ;^5 in the S^re- 
tary's Office. ' — 

CAVALRY or INFANTRY CADETS. 

Cadets nominated for either of the above corps roust be 16 years 
of age, and under 22, unless they have held a commission in ner 
Majesty's service for one year, or in the militia or fencibles ^hen 
embodied and have been called into actual service, or from the 
company of cadets in the royal regiment of artillery, they are then 
eligible if not more than 35 years of age ; and they must pro- 
cure similar certificates and vouchers to those prescribed for cadets 
entering the seminary. 

No person who has been dismissed the Army or Navy, the 
Royal Military College at Sandhurst, the Royal Military Academy 
at Woolwich, or who has been obliged to retire from any public 
institution for immoral or ungentlemanly conduct, will be ap- 
pointed a cadet direct for India. 

No person will be appointed a cadet direct for India, without 
producing to the Military Committee a certificate, signed by 
two practising surgeons, that he has no mental or bodily defect 
whatever Jto disqualify him for military serviee. 



CADETS and ASSISTANT SURGEONS. 

At a Court of Directors, held on Friday, the 37th Feb. 1818 s 
—-Resolved, That cadets and assistant surgeons be in future 
ranked according to the seniority of the Directors nominating 
them, from the date of sailing of the several ships from Graves- 



CADETS, &c XXXvii 

cndy by Uoyd*s list, and that those wbo may embark at any of the 
out-ports be likewise ranked upon the same principle from the 
date of the ship's departure from such outports bjr Lloyd's list. 

At a Court of Directors held 3lst May 1838 :— Rksoltbd, 
That all the cavalry and infantry cadets and assistant surgeons 
who shall fail to apply at the Cadet Department for thdr ofden 
within three months from the date of their bein^ passed and 
sworn before the Committee, or shall not actually proceed under 
such orders, be considered as having forfeited their appointments, 
unless special circumstances shall justify the Court's departure 
from this regulation. 

By a Resolution of Court of the 4th Dec* 1833, all direct Cadeu 
appointed or sworn in between the loth March and 10th June, or 
between loth Sept. and lOth Dec. (or the days which may be 
fixed on for the public examination of the Seminaiy Cadets) do 
rank after the Seminary Cadets who may pass their said exami- 
nations, provided the latter sail for their respective destinations 
within three months after passing said examinations. 



CIVIL AND MILITARY SERVANTS. 

Abstract of Act 33 Geo, IIL cap, 52, sec. 70, precluding the 
Return to their Duty of Civil ofUL Military Servants after an 
Absence of Five Years. 

And be it further enacted, that no person who shall have held 
any civil or military station whatever, in India, in the service of 
the said United Company, being under the rank or degree of a 
member of council or commander-in-chief of the forces, and who, 
having departed from India by leave of the Governor-general in 
council, or Governor in council, shall not return to India within the 
space of five years next after such departuie, shall tifc entitled to any 
rank or restoration of office, or be capable of again serving in India, 
either in the European or native corps of troops, or in the civil line of 
the Company*s service; unless, in the case of any civil servant of 
the Company, it shall be proved, to the satisfaction of the Court of 
Directors, that such absence was occasioned by sickness or infirmity, 
or unless such person be permitted to return with his rank to Indk, 
by a vote or resolution passed by v^ay of ballot, by three parts in 
four of the proprietors assembled in general court, specially con- 
vened for that purpose, whereof eight days' previous notice of the 
time and purpose of such meeting shall be given in the London 
Gazette, or unless, in the case of any military officer, it shall be 
proved, to the satisfaction of the said Court of Directors and the 
Board of Commissioners for the Afikirs of India, that such absence 
was occasioned by sickness or infirmity, or some inevitable accident. 
Abstract of Act 53 Geo, III, rap, 155, tec, 84. 

Whereas inconvenience to the Military Service of the East India 
Company has been found to arise in certain cases from the provi- 
sions of the Act 33 Geo. III. cap. 52, sec. 70. — ** Be it therefore 
enacted, that it shall and may be lawful for the said Court of 
Directors, with the approbation of the said Board of Commis* 
sioners, to permit any military officer being of the rank of a general 
officer, or colonel commanding a regiment, or being a lieutenant 

d 



XXxviii RETIRING REGULATIONS. 

colonel commandant of a raiment, who, having departed from 
India with such leave as aforesaid, shall not have returned to India 
within five years from the time of such departure, to have his 
rank and to be capable of again serving in India, although such 
absence may not have been occasioned by sickness -or infirmity, 
or any inevitable accident ; any thing in the said Act contained 
to the contrary notwithstanding." 



AT A COURT OF DIRECTORS, 

Held on Wednesday, the gth August, 1S09; 

Resolved, That any person who shall, in future, be nominated 
to a situation, either civil or military, in the service of the Com- 
pany, and who shall have obtained such nomination in conse- 
quence of purchase, or agreement to purchase, or of any corrupt 
pretence whatever, either direct or indirect, by himself or by any 
other person, with or without his privity, shall be rejected from the 
service of the Company, and ordered back to England, if he shall 
have proceeded to India before a discovery of such corrupt practice 
be made : and if such situation shall have been so corruptly pro- 
cured by himself, or with his privity, he shall be rendered incapa- 
ble of holding that, or any other situation whatever, in the said 
service. Provided always, that if a fair disclosure of any corrupt 
transaction or practice, of the nature before described, wherein 
any Director has been concerned, shall be voluntarily made by the 
party or parties engaged in the same with such Director, the ap> 
poiotment thereby procured shall be confirmed by the Court. 



CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Regulations^^ the Grant of Absentee Allowance to Civil 

Servants when in Europe. 

That after an actual residence in India in the civil service of ten 
years or upwards, a covenanted civil servant of the Company, upon 
either of the establishments of Bengal, Madras, or Bombay, shall be 
ebtitled, whether on account of ill-health or from any other cause, 
and without reference to his private fortune, to come once to Eu- 
rope, on leave for three years, and to receive for that period from the 
Company's cash an allowance of j^500 per annum, provided that 
in no case shall a greater number of servants come home under this 
regulation, annually,than seventeen from Bengal, nine from Madras, 
and six from Bombay ; nor shall a larger number of servants who 
may have come home under this regulation be absent in the whole 
at one time than fifry-onefrom Bengal, twenty-seven from Madras, 
and eighteen from Bombay, and that the preference shall be given 
first to servants producing medical certificates upon oath, that a 
visit to Europe is indispensably necessary for the restoration of 
health ; and then to servants in their order of seniority, accord* 
iDg to the rank assigned to them by the Court of Directors on the 
|[radation list of the service. 



RETIRING REGULATIONS. xxxix 

That in cases of civil servants compelled by illness, certified upon 
oath, to come to Europe previous to tbeir completion of an actoal 
residence in the civil service of ten years, such covenanted servants 
shall each be presented with the sum of 2,000 sicca rupees as pas- 
sage money, and shall be entitled, for a period not exceeding three 
years, to an allowance from the Company's cash of j^250 per an- 
Dum ; but that servants having received this indulgence, shall not, 
in the event of their again coming to Europe, after imving com- 
pleted a residence of ten years or upwards, be entitled to any 
allowance under the first regulation, except their return be again 
occasioned by illness, to be in like manner certified upon oath, and 
then only to the difference between what they have before drawn 
in the shape of absentee allowance, exclusive of passage money, 
and that of j^500 per annum for three years. 

That if the absence of a civil servant coming to Europe upon 
private affairs (previous to the completion of a residence of ten 
years) shall exceed one year, the excess of absence shall be de- 
ducted from the period during which the furlough allowance 
when it is granted to him would otherwise be enjoyed. 

That servants coming in the first instance to the Cape of Good 
Hope for the benefit of their health, and being compelled from the 
same cause to come from thence to Europe without previously re- 
turning to India, shall be considered as entitled to the benefit of 
the foregoing regulations. 

That in ail cases, as well in those of servants coming in the first 
instance to the Cape, as well as of those coming direct from India, 
the said allowances be considered as commencing from the date of 
leaving India, and terminating at the expiration of three years 
from that date, or at the time of arrival in India, whichever may 
first happen. 

That the same be paid quarterly in Europe; that, on no ac- 
count or plea whatsoever, the allowances in question be extended 
beyond the period of three years ; and 

That any servant being in the receipt of absentee allowance 
from a civil fund, shall not be entitled to receive, during the same 
period of absence, the allowances prescribed by these regulations 
beyond such amount as may bring the total of his annual receipts 
from both sources to the sum hereby limited* 

Assay Masters and Deputy Assay Masters, compelled by ilU 
health, duly certified, to come to Europe, shall be permitted to 
receive the furlough allowance of Surgeon, £191 12s. 6d., Assist- 
ant Surgeon, ;fcii8 I2s. 6d. respectively for the prescribed period 
of three years, when it is to cease, whether they may be allowed 
to resume office in India or not. 

Assay Masters and Deputy Assay Masters who are permitted to 
retire after twenty years* service, including three years for a fur- 
lough, the former upon ;fdOO per annum, the latter upon 
£iQl 12s. Od. per annum, and if compelled by ill-health, duly 
certified, to quit India at an earlier period, the retiring allowance 
after ten years' service for an Assay Master JS200 per annum, 
and Deputy Assay Master, £1 50 per annum. 

d 2 



xl RETIRING RBGULATION$. 

OCTICERS RETIRING FROM SERVICE. 

Regulations respecting Military and other Officers 
retiring Jrom the Company s Service, 

Officers who have served less than three years in India, and 
have lost their health there, are entitled to an allowance from 
Lord Clive's Fund, if the Court 6f Directors shall adjudge them 
to be proper objects of that bounty, to the extent of: 

If a 2d lieutenant, cornet, or ensign, two shillings a-day, or 
£36 10s. a-year; if a lieutenant, two shillings and sixpence 
a-day, or j^45 12s. 6d. a-year; provided they are not possessed 
of, or entitled to, real or personal property, to the extent of, if 
an ensign, jf 750, if a lieutenant, £1,000. 

Officers who are compelled to quit the service by wounds re- 
ceived iu action, or by ill-health contracted on duty after three 
years* service in India, are permitted to retire on the half-pay of 
their rank, vix. 

If a second lieutenant, cornet, or ensign, three shillings a*day, 
or j?54 15s. per annum ; if a lieutenant, four shillings a-day» 
or £73 per annum. 

A subaltern officer, or assistant surgeon, having served six 
years in India, is permitted to retire on the ha{f-pay of etuign, 
if his constitution should he so impaired as to prevent the possi- 
bility of his continuing in India. 

A lieutenant having served thirteen, or a second lieutenant, 
cornet, or ensign, nine years in India (including three years for 
a furlough), may retire on the half-pay of his rank, in case his 
health shall not permit him to serve in India. 

Regimental captains, majors, and lieutenant-colonels, who 
have not served sufficiently long in India to entitle them to Vetire 
on full pay, and whose ill state of health renders it impossible 
for them to continue to serve in India, are allowed to retire from 
the service on the half-pay of their respective ranks, viz. 

Captains, seven shillings a-day, or £127 15s. per annum; 
major, nine shillings and sixpence a-day, or ^173 7s. 6d. per 
annum ; lieutenant-colonel, eleven shillings a-day, or £200 Ids. 
per annum. 

All officers who have actually served twenty-two years in 
India, or twenty-five years, including three years for a furlough, 
are allowed to retire on the full pay of their respective ranks. 

Officers are also allowed to retire on the following pensions 
without reference to the rank they may have attained, if tbey 
have served for the undermentioned periods, vk. 

After twenty-three years* service in India, including three 
years for a furlough, on the full pay of captain, 'viz. £191 12s. 6d. 
per annum ; after twenty-seven years* service in India, including 
three years for a furloui^h, on the full pay of major, £393 per 
annum; after thirty-one years' service in India, including three 
years for a furlough, on the full pay of lieutenant-colonel, £365 
per annum ; after thirty-five years' service in India, including 



RETIRING REGULATIONS. xli 

three years for a furlongh» on the full pay of colonel, £456 58. 
per annum. 

Members of the Medical Board, who have been in that station 
not less than two years, and not less than twenty years in India, 
including three years for one furlough, are permitted to retire from 
the service, and allowed j^500 per annum, or in the event of ill- 
health, they may retire on that pension, after any period of ser- 
Tice as Member of the Medical Board. If they have served fivt 
years, or are obliged after three years' service in that station to 
retire from ill- health, they are allowed ^700 per annum. 

Snperintending surgeons, who have been in that station not less 
than two years, and whose period of service has been not less 
than twenty years, iiicludiug three years for one furlough, are 
permitted to retire from the service, and allowed jf 300 per annum ; 
or in the event of ill-health, they may retire on that pension after 
auiy period of service as superintending surgeon. If they have 
served fire years, or are obliged after three years* service in that 
station to retire from ilUhealih, they are allowed ^365 per 
annuo). 
Surgeons after 20 years' Service, 3 years* Furlough^ 

included 



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. . • • « • 


£191 a year. 


24 


do 


do 


250 do 


28 


do 


do 


300 do 


32 


do 


do 


365 do 


35 


do 


do 


500 do 


38 


do 


do 


700 do 



The present regulations by which superintending surgeons are 
entitled as such to retiring pensions of ^300 and ^365 a year, 
and members of the medical board, to pensions of jf500 and j^700 
a year, according to period of service in those ranks respectively, 
will cease to be the rule of the service for medical officers, after 
the date of the introduction of the new arrangement ; hut in- 
dividuals then in the service, and who may be appointed to the 
offices of superintending sur»(eon and member of the board within 
ten years from that date, will be allowed the option of retiring 
upon pensions upon the old scale of length of service in those 
raulcs, instead of the new scale of length of service in India. 

When officers on furlough retire upon the pay or half-pay of 
their rank, they are only entitled to claim the benefit of therat^k 
held by them at the expiration of one year from the date of their 
landing in the United Kingdom. 

A veterinary surgeon is allowed to retire on seven shillings a- 
day after twenty years' service, including three years for one fur- 
lough \ five shillings and six|)ence a-day after thirteen years' ser- 
vice, including three years for one furlough ; and three shillings 
».day after six years' service, in the two last cases provided his 
health shall not permit him to continue to serve in India. 

A chaplain (appointed previously to the 1st September 1836), 
after eighteen years* service in India, including three years for one 
furlough, is allowed to retire on the pay of lieutenant-colonel, 
^365 per annum ; after ten years (if compelled by ill-health to 
quit the service), on the half-pay of lieutenant-colonel, £200 15s. 

d3 



^lii FURLOUGH REGULATIONS, &c. 

per anuum ; after seven years, on the half-pay of major, 
£\7S 7*. 6d, per annum. 

If appointed subsequently to that date, according to the follow- 
ing scale, viz. : after eighteen years' service, including three years 
for one furlough, the pay of major, viz., £292 per anuum; 
after ten years* service (if compelled by iil-health to quit the ser- 
vice), on the half-pay of major, viz., £173 7s, 6d, per anuum ; 
after seven years, the half-pay of captain, viz., £\27 lbs, per 
annum. 

A commissary or deputy commissary of ordnance, not being a 
fX>mmissioned officer, is allowed to retire on full pay if he has 
served twenty-seven years in India, of which twelve must have 
been in the ordiuince department ; twenty-five years, fourteen of 
which in that department ; or twenty-two years, seventeen years 
of which in the ordnance department. 

A conductor of stores is allowed to retire on jf60 per annum 
after twenty-five years* actual service in India. 

Officers retiring from tlie service will be considered to have re- 
tired from the date of their application for leave to retire; or from 
the expiration of two years and a-half from their quitting India, 
whichever shall happen first. 



FURLOUGH REGULATIONS. 

CIVIL. 

€ivil Servants coming to England under the absentee regula- 
tions, or on special leave, shall. Immediately on their arrival, 
report themselves with their address by letter to the Secretary, 
forwarding at the same time the certificates which they received in 
India. 

That in all cases of leave, civil servants be required to join the 
establishment to whicli they belong at the expiration of the term 
for which leave may have been granted, unless they shall have 
obtained an extension of it from the Court six months before the 
expiration of the said leave. 

That extensions of leave be not in future granted except in cases 
ef sickness, certified to the Court's satisfaction, or in cases in 
which It shall be proved that a further residence in Europe is in- 
dispensably necessary. 

That when under any such circumstances a civil servant shall 
have obtained an extension of leave to a given period, he must, at 
the expiration thereof, apply for and obtain permission either to 
return to his dnty or to reside a further time in Europe; failing 
in which, he shall be liable to be struck off the list of civil servants. 

That the Act of the 33d Geo. S, cap. 52, sec. 70, as it respecu 
civil servants, applies only to cases of sickness or infirmity, and 
that no civil servant be hereafter considered eligible to return to 
the service after five years* absence under that enactment, who 
faas iaifed to obtain, agreeably to the foregoing regulations, an 
exteoiioD of leave tfnder thecircvmstasces referred to lu the Act 



FURLOUGH REGULATIONS, &c. xliii 

MILITARY. 

Officers (of whatever rank) must be ten years in India before 
they can be entitled (except in case of certiried sickness, and as 
hereafter specified) to their rotation to be absent on furlough, and 
the same rule is applicable to assistant surgeons and veterinary 
surgeons. The furlough to be granted by the commander-in-chief 
at each presidency, with the approbation o he respective govern- 
ments. 

Officers who have not served ten years in India, but whose pre* 
sence in England is required by urgent private affairs, may be al- 
lowed a furlough for one year without pay. 

A chaplain (appointed previously to the 1st September 1836), 
after seven years' residence in India, is allowed to come home on 
furlough and receive the pay of major, jS292 per annum. Should 
he come home from sickness prior to this period of service, he 
is allowed the pay of captain only, viz. £l^\ 12s. 6d. per 
annum. 

If appointed subsequently to that date, after seven years* resi* 
dence in India, the pay of captain, viz., ^191 12i. per annum t 
and if compelled by ill-health to come home prior to this period 
of service, the half-pay of captain, or £127 lbs, per annum. 

A conductor of stores is allowed furlough pay only in case of 
coming home from sickness. 

Officers coming to England on furlough are required im« 
mediately to report theirarrival by letter to the secretary, stating the 
name of the ship in which they came, and their address, forward- 
ing at the same time the certificates they received in India. 

The period of furlough is three years, reckoning from its date to 
the day of the return of the officer to his presidency. 

Officers are required to join the establishment to which they 
belong at the expiration of the three years' furlough, unless they 
shall have obtained an extension of leave from the court, six 
months before the expiration of that period. No furlough will be 
extended, except in cases of sickness, certified in the manner here- 
after mentioned ; or in cases, in which it shall be proved to the 
court that a further residence in Europe is indispensably necessary. 

All officers findiui^ it necessary to solicit a further leave of ab- 
sence on account of sickness, must, if resident in London or its 
vicinity, appear before the Company's examining physician. Dr. 
J. R. Hume, 9, Curzon-street, who will report to the Court of 
Directors his opinion on the state of such officer's health. And if 
feaident in the country in any part of the United Kingdom, they 
must transmit with their letter of application for such leave, a 
certificate according to the following form, signed by at least two 
gentlemen, eminent in the medical profession, viz.^ 

tker^ certify, that I have tar^Uf txandwd ($tatt the natute of the Mte, 
w iMtt <u the name of the pofty), and Idetlare, itpan mjf houour, that, aeeordiag 
ta the beet <iffiif judgment and belief, ^..^-. ^—i— i$ at pnamu w^tfar 
mUitarg thuy, and that it it ah$oUaeli/ nece$»ary,for the ncoeery iff hie health, that 
he ehanU remain at leut —-i.^.-.— ..».» longer to tUe eonatrg. 



Xliv FURLOUGH REGULATIONS, &c. 

Also, previously to such extension of furlough being granted^ 
such further proof shall be adduced by personal examination, or 
by such other evidence as shall be deemed satisfactory. 

Officers abroad in any part of Europe, applying to remain a 
further time from their duty on accouut of sickness, are to furnish 
a certificate of two eminent physicians, in the above form, with the 
attestation of a magistrate, that the persons who signed the cer- 
tificate are physicians. 

Officers having obtained an extension of furlough to a given 
period, must at its expiration apply for permission, either to return 
to their duty or to reside a funher time in England. 

In every case in which an officer has had his furlough extended 
beyond the prescribed period on the ground of his health not 
being sufficiently restored, and shall apply for permission to return 
to his duty, he shall produce a certificate from the examining 
physician that his health is completely re-established, and that 
there is every probability of his being able to perform the active 
duties of his profession in India. 

No officer who has failed to obtain an extension of furlough will 
be considered eligible to return to the service after five years' ab- 
sence, under the Act of 33 Geo. IIL cap. 52, sect. 70. 

Every officer upon leaving India will receive a printed copy of 
the GeneralOrder on this subject, published agreeably to the court's 
instruction, and the plea of ignorance of the regulations will not 
be admitted as any justification of the breach of them; officers, 
therefore, who shall come home on furlough and who shall not in 
due time apply, so as to effect their return to the presidency to 
which they belong within the period of three years from the com- 
mencement of their furlough, will subject themselves to the loss 
of the service, unless they shall be permitted by the court to re- 
main a farther time in Europe. 

No officer on furlough can receive pay for more than two years 
add a half from the period of his quitting India until he returns, 
excepting colonels of regiments, and those of the rank of lieutenant 
colonel regimentally, when promoted to that of major general ; the 
latter are then allowed to draw the pay of their brevet rank beyond 
the above period. 



OFFICERS RETURNING TO INDIA. 

Regulations as to the Charge of Recruits. 

Wlienever a detachment of Company's recruits, to the extent 
of thirty men, shall be embarked on any one ship, (hey be placed 
in charge of the senior Company's officer, not exceeding the rank 
of a field officer, who shall have obtained permission to return 
to his duty on the ship, within at least seven days of the period 
fixed for embarkation : —That the officer proceed with the men 
from the dep6t :— That, as a remuneration for this service, he be 
granted the passage-money of his rank: — ^payable to the com- 
mander of the ship, . 



xlv 

INDIAN NAVY. 

Regulations for Appointment. 

That nominees shall not be ander 15 yean or above It years of 
age, unless they shall have served on board a steam-vessel or under 
an engineer in a factory or foundry from the completion of their 
18th year up to the time of their being put in nomination; and 
that in such case the nominees shall not exceed ig years. 

That no person who has been dismissed the army or navy, or 
who has been obliged to quit any school or institution for immo- 
ral or ungentlemanly conduct, vnll be appointed to the Indian 
navy. 

That volunteers for the Indian navy be required to proceed to 
India within three months after their appointment shall be com- 
pleted, or their appointment will be considered as forfeited ; and 
that they be ranked from the date of sailing from Gravesend. 

That all volunteers appointed to the Indian navy subscribe to 
the Indian Navy Fund. 

Regulations respecting Retirement and Furlough. 

RKTiaBMINT. 

Every officer who has actually served twenty-two years or up- 
wards in India, is permitted to retire from the service with the 
following pay. 

A Captain £360 ; Commander £290 ; Lieutenant £190 ; Purser 
£190. 

Eveiy officer retiring, from ill-health, after ten years' service, and 
before they have completed that of twenty-two years, is granted 
the following retiring allowance : 

A Captain £300$ Commander £170; Lieutenant £l 35; 
Parser £135. 

rURlODGH. 

A certain proportion of the officers (to be determined by the 
government, with a due regard to the exigencies of the service) 
are allowed to come home on furlough for three years, with the 
pay only of their ranlc. 

No officer under the rank of captain who has not actually served 
ten years can be permitted to come home on furlough, unless in 
cases of ill-health, under the like certificates as required from mili- 
tary officers. 

The regulations for drawing pay on furlough and retirement by 
the officers are, as far as circumstances will admit, the same as 
those for the military officers. 



BENGAL PILOT SERVICE. 

Regulations for Appointment* 

That no person be appointed who is under 15 or past 17 yeara 
of age, unless he has already been at sea ; in which case, provided 



xlvi 

do not exceed 19 years, he shall be eligible upon producing 
a certificate of having served at sea for as many years or months 
; hb age shall at the time of appointment exceed 1 7 years. 
That volunteers for the Bengal Pilot Service be required to pro- 
to India within three months after theii* appointment shall 
be completed, or such appointment will be considered as forfeited. 

LORD CLIVE'S FUND. 

Regulaiionsjbr the Admission of Pensioners, 

Every petitioning officer and soldier mnst produce a certificate 
from his commanding officer of his being an invalid, and rendered 
incapable o^ further service in India, together with an approbation 
of such certificate by the governor and council of the presidency 
where he shall have served. 

Every commissioned officer must previously make oath before 
the governor and council, vix. A colonel, that he is not possessed 
of, or entitled to, real and personal property to the value of ;f4000. 
A llettt.^olonel, j£3000. A major, ^^500. A captain, ;^G0O. 
A lieutenant, jf 1000. An ensign, £750. Officers' widows must 
produce proof, on affidavit, that their husbands did not die pos- 
sessed of property as above. 

Petitioners residing in England may be admitted if the Court 
shall adjudge them to be proper objects. 

All commissioned, staff, or warrant officers, to have half the 
oi'dinary pay they enjoyed whilst in service, m. 

per ann, per dof* 

Colonels and mem. Med. Board £ii8 2 or lOi.OcL 

Lieut. Cols, and sup. surgeons 183 10 10 o 

Majors and (chaplains, 15 years' service) .. 130 17 7 
Captains, (chaplains, 7 years' service) and 

surgeons 91 5 5o 

Chaplains under 7 years' service 63 1 7 6 3 

Lieutenants and assistant surgeons •• 45 \1 Q 

Ensigns.. •• 30 10 

Conductors of ordnance 30 1 o 

Theirwidows one-half the above,to continue during theirwidowhood. 

Serjeants of artillely to have nine-pence per day, and those that 
have lost a limb one shilling per day. Gunners of the artillery six- 
pence per day, and those that have lost a limb ninepence per day. 

All other non-commissioned officers and bombardiers to have 
four- pence three farthings per day. 

Officers and privates to be entitled from the period of their 
landing in England. 

Pensioners neglecting to claim the pension for three half-years 
will be considered as dead, and no arrears for a larger period 
than two years back from the date of application for admission 
or read mission, as the case may be, will be allowed either to 
claimants or to pensioners after admission. 



xlvii 
PRECEDENCE IN THE EAST-INDIES. 

Under warrant dated 28th June, 1841. 

The governor-general, orgovernor*general for tiie time being 
The deputy-governor of Bengal 
The governor of Madras 
The governor of Bombay 
The governor (or lieut.-govemor) of Agra 
The chief-justice of Bengal 
The bishop of Calcutta 
The chief-justice, Madras 

The bishop of Madras • 

The chief-justice, Bombay 
The bishop ot Bombay 

The commander in chief in India, when also a member of the Su- 
preme council 
Members of the Supreme council according to their situation therein 
Members of council, Bengal, according to their situation therein 
The commander in chief at Madras, when also a member of council 
Members of council at Madras, according to their situation therein 
The commander in chief at Bombay, when also a member of council 
Members of cotmcil at Bombay, according to their situation therein 
The puisne judges of the Supreme court at Calcutta, according to 

date 
The puisne judges of the Supreme court at Madras, according to date 
The puisne judges of the Supreme court at Bombay, according to 

date 
The recorder of Prince of Wales' Island. 
The commander in chief in India 

The commander in chief of Her Majesty's naval forces, and the 
commander in chief of the army at the several presi« 
dencies (not being commanders in chief in India), accord- 
ing to relative rank in their respective services 
Naval and military officers above the rank of major general 
Members of tbe Sudder Adaivlut, according to their situation therein 
Members of the law commission, according to their situation therein. 

dvUians with reference to their Rank and Precedence to be 

divided into Six Classes, 
Civilians of thirty*five years* standing from date of rank assigned 

to them on their arrival to form class I., and from date 

of entering such class to rank with 
Major-generals, according to date of commission. 
Civilians of twenty years' standing from date of rank assigned to 

them on their arrival, to form class II., and from date of 

entering such class to rank with 
Colonels, according to date of commission. 
Archdeacons of Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay. 
Civilians of twelve years' standing from date of rank assigned to 

them on their arrival, to form class III., and from date 

of entering such class, to rank with 
Lieutenant- colonels, according to date of commission. 



xlviii 

CiTillans oT eight yean' standing, from date of rank assigned to 
them on their arrival, to form class IV.^and from date of 
entering such class, to rank with 

Majors, according to date of commission. 

CiWlians of four years* standing from date of rank assigned to 
them on their arrival to form class V., and from date of 
entering such class, to rank with 

Captains, according to date of commission. 

Civilians under four years' standing from date of rank assigned to 
them on their arrival to form class VI. , and to rank with 
Subalterns, according to date of commission* 

All officers not mentioned in the above table, whose rank is regu- 
lated by comparison with rank in the army, to have the 
same rank with reference to civil servants as is enjoyed 
by military officers of equal grades. 

AU other persons who may not be mentioned in this table, to take 
rank according to general usage, which is to be explained 
and determined by the govemor.general in council, in 
case any question shall arise. 

Note.— -The governor general's order of the 19th of January ^ 1849» 
assigns precedence to the advocates general, who are so 
rank with the ist class of civil seryants ; idso to chap- 
lains, who are to rank with civilians of the 4th class 
and majors ; assistant chaplains with civilians of the 5th 
class and captains. 

All Ladies to take place according to the rank assigned to their 
respective husbands, with the exception of ladies having 
precedence in England, who are to take place according 
to their several ranks, with reference to such prece- 
dence, after the wives of the members of council at the 
presidencies in India. 

RELATIVE RANK. 

Admirals with generals 

Vice admirals with lieutenant generals 

Rear admirals with major generals 

Commodore and 1st cap. ) ^ith brigadier generals 
tarn to commander m chief ^ o o 

Captains of 3 years' post with colonels 

Other post captains with lieutenant colonels 

Commanders with majors 

Lieutenants ••••with captains 

Physicians general, surgeons *j 

general, and inspectors ge- Vwith brig, generals 

neral of hospitals .J 

Superintending surgeons .... with lieutenant colonels 
Senior surgeons ..••.•.•.••• with majors 

Surgeons with captains 

Assistant surgeons • •« with lieutenants 



BENGAL. 



Sbu9tetm €onntil ot inHia^ 

Lieutenant Qeneralthe Right Honourable 

SIR HENRY HARDINGE, G.C-B., 

GOVERNOR GENERAL OP INDIA, AND GOVERNOR OF FORT 

WILLIAM, 

took his seat Tdrd July, 1844. 

General Sir Hugh Gough, Bart., G.C.B., 

Commander-in-Chief. Eztracrdinaiy member 

took his seat 1 1 Aug, 1 843 

Sir Thomas Herbert Maddock, Knt . • • • 1st Ordinary member 

took his seat 11 March 1843 
Frederick Millett ad do 

took hit seat \T Aprils 1844. 

Major Gen. Sir G. Pollock, G.C.B ad do 

teok his seat 20 Sept, 1 844. 

Charles Hay Cameron, 4th do 

took his seat 15 Feb, 1843 

The Governors of the odier presidencies, -wfaenl mxtnorSaagv 
the Supreme Council shall assemble within their >^^^x^^ 
territoiV J members. 

PROVISIONAL COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 

Lieut. Gen. Sir H. Hardinge, appointed 31 May^ 1844/ 

PROVISIONAL MIMBE& OF COUNCIL. 

George Russell Clerk, appointed 13 Nw. 1844. 



SECRETARIES to GOVERNMENT or INDU. 

HOMX nSPARTMINT. 

G. A. Bushby, secretary 
P. Melvill, under secretary 

nNANCE DKPAKrMXNT. 

J. A. Dorin, secretary 

P. Mel?illy under secaetary 



FOREIGN DSPA] 

Fred. Currief secretary 

W. Edwards, under seciedury 

MILITAXT nEPAKTMENT. 

Lieut. Col. J. Stuart, secretary 

— ^^— R. Benson, dep. secretary 

81CRXTAIIIES TO GOVERNMSm OF BIHGAI* 

F.J. Halliday, secretary 

A. TumbuU, under secretary 

C. Beadon, ditto ditto 

A2 



BENGAL. 



CIVIL SERVANTS. 



First Class, 

Season o/Jpt, 

^^^^^^^cl7OOJRg0^Vdittlt, member of the sudder board of revenue, 
^^ Presidency, and member of sinking fund committee 
1704 John French, additional judge, Tirhoot 

1707 William Blunt, senior member of the board Of customs, salt, 

and opium, and marine board 

1708 Robert Haidanc Rattray, judge of sadder dewanny and 

nizamut adawluc. Presidency 
Joseph White Sage 
1804 Charles Tucker, judge of sudder dewanny and nizamut 
adawlur, Presidency 
James Williani Grant, export warehouse-keeper 
Arthur Champion Barwell, salt agent, Hidgelee 
Arthur Smelt, civil and sessions judge, Patna 
1806 Charles Morley, accountant-general 

William Hallows .Belli, civil auditor, Bengal 



Second Class, 

1805 John Stephen Boldero, civil and sessions judge, Agra 
Francis W. Russell, civil and sessions judge, Hooghly 
Adam Ogilvie, collector, Naddeah 
Charles Mac Sween, civil and sessions judge, Moiadabad 
I807 Henry Swetenham 

Robert Lowther, commissioner of revenue and circuit, 4th9 
or Allahabad division 
1800 Benjamin Tayler, judge of sudder dew ann y and nizamut 
adawlut, Agra 
Abercromby Dick, judge of sudder dewanny and nizamut 
adawlut. Presidency 
1810 Henry Moore, special commissioner under Regulation III. of 
1828, tor Moorshedabad and Calcutta 
Sir Thomas Herbert Maddock, Knt., member of the Council 

of India 
Chas. Du Pr6 Russell 
1812 John William Templcr, civil and sessions judge. West Burd- 
wan, Bancoorah 
Ralph John Tayler, civil and sessions judge, Juanpore 
*Vhos, llieophilus Metcalfe, commissioner of revenue and 
circuit of the Delhi territory, and agent to Governor-, 
general, Delhi 



CIVIL SERVANTS. S 

Siaien of Apt* 

1613 Hen. HariDgtoa Thomas, civil and sessions judge, BareQly 
George Powney Thompson, judge of the courts of sudder 

dewanny and nizamut adawlut, Agra 
Henry John Palmer, super, of stamps, Calcutta, and 
deputy secietaiy to the board of customs, salt, and 
opium 
John Fleming Martin Reid, judge of sudder dewanny and 
nizamut ada whit. Presidency 

1815 Edward Stirling, collector and superintendent salt chokies^ 

Hooghly 
Frederick Millett, laember of the council of India 
James Cowley Brown, civil and sessions judge, Nuddea 
Henry Swann Oldlield, opium agent, tind superintendent of 

salt chokies, Behar 
Henry Travers Owen, civil and sessions judge, Mirzapore 

1816 Charles Fraser (on furlough) 

Thos. Jacob Turner, member of the sudder board of re- 

venue, Agra 
Geo. Fleming Franco, commissioner of revenue and circuit, 

Meemt division 
Hen. S. Boulderson, member of die sudder board of revenue^ 

Agra 
Charles Crawford Parks, collector of govemment customs, 

Allahabad 
Cornelius Cardew, special commissioner under Regulation 

III. of 1828, for Cuttack 
George Russell Clerk (on furlough), appointed provisional 

member of the council of India 
John Stanifurth, civil and sessions judge, Tipperah 
Robert WiUioms 

1817 William Dampier, superintendent of pelice, lower provinces 
Colin Lindsay, civil and sessions judge, Delhi 

Robt. Barlow, temporary judge oif the sudder dewanny and 

nizamut adtwiut at Presidency 
Frederick Currie, secretary to the govemment of India> 

foreign department 
George Alexander Busfaby, secretary to the govemment 

of India home department 
Henry Snaidi Lane, junior member of the board of customs, 

salt, and opium, and marine board 
John Theophilus Rivaz (on furlough) 

1818 George Charles Cheap, civil and sessions judge, Rajeshye 
Thos. Wyatt, civil and sessions judge, Rongpore 

John Francis Griffith Cooke, civil and sessions judge, Dacca 

Henry Pat* Russell do do, Moorshedabad 

George Lindsay do do. South division, Bundiecund 

(Banda). 
William Popham Palmer, salt agent> Jessore^ and Twenty- 
four Pergonixahs 

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g ' BENGAL. 

Season of Apt, 

1810 Thomas Reid Davidson, commissioner of revenue and cir> 

cuit, 18th, or Jessore division 
Coniwallis Richard Cartwright, civil and sessions judge, 

Furruckabad 
Evelyn Meadows Gordon, temporary judge of the courts 

of sudder dewanny and nizamut adawlut presidency 
Alfred William Begbie, civil and sessions judge, Meerut 
George Wm. Bacon (on furlough) 
James Davidson, judge of the courts of sudder dewanny 

and sudder foujdarry adawlut, Agra 
John Lowis, iunior member of the sadder board of revenue. 

Presidency 
Robt. North Collie Hamilton, resident, Indore 
George Udny, sub treasurer 
Henry Ricketts, eommissioner of revenue and circuit, Chit- 

tagong division 
Charles F. Thompson, civil and sessions judge, Mynpoory 

1830 Joseph A. Dorin, secretary to government of India, financial 

depanment 
Edward Peploe Smith, commissioner of revenue and circuit, 

Benares division 
Henry Lushington, civil and sessions judge, Futtehpore 
Geo. Francis Brown, commissioner of revenue and circuit, 

12th, or Bhaugulpore division 
William Henry Benson, civil and sessions judge, Sehanin. 

pore 
Simon Fra8cr(on furlough) 
George Gough (on furlough) 
James H. Patton, chief magistrate, Calcutta 
Welby Brown Jackson, commissioner of revenue and circuit, 

14th, or Moorshedabad division 
Wm. James ConoUy, commissioner of revenue and circuit, 

Rohilcund division 
Samuel George Palmer, commissioner for the superinten- 
dence of the Abkaree revenue 

1 83 1 Edward Cockburn Ravenshaw, commissioner of revenue and 

circuit, llth, or Patna division 
John Abr. F. Hawkins, register to the courts of sndder 

dewanny and nizamut adawlut. Presidency 
John Stanley Clarke, magistrate and collector of Boolund- 

shahur 
Francis Gouldsbury, civil and sessions judge, Boglepore 
John F. Cathcart, civil and sessions judge, Tirhoot 
Bailie Golding, civil and sessions judge, East Burdwan 
James Thomason, lieutenant-governor north-west pro- 
vinces 
Mat. John Tiemey, civil and sessions judge, Allygbur 
Edward Deedes 
18fa Johnlnglis Harvey, collector of customs^ Calcutta 



CIVIL SERVANTS. . ^ 

Season of Apt. 

1822 Hugh Vans Hathorn, civil and sessions judge, Sarun 

Edward Curric, secretary sudder board of revenue, Preii- 
dcncy 



Thifd Class, 

1822 David Brooke Morrieson, civil and sessions judge, Benares 
John Dunbar, commissioner of revenue and circuit, Dacca 

division 
Frederick O. Wells (on furlough) 
Robert Neavc 
1828 Richard Walker 

Francis Horsley Robinson, commissioner of revenue aAd 

circuit, Agra division, and agent to governor-general, 
William Hardinge Tyler, magistrate and collector, Muttra 
Thomas Taylor, civil and sessions judge, Mymensing 
Robert Torrens, civil and sessions judge, Twenty-four Per- 

gunnahs 
Henry Pidcock, civil and sessions judge, Gonickpore 
David Pringle, civil and sessions judge, Pumeah 
James Grant, civil and sessions judge, Dinagepore 
Hen, Stainforth, civil and sessions judge, Sylhet 
George Alexander (on furlough) 
Geo. Hen. Smith, collector of government customs, north* 

west frontiers 
Charles Bury, salt agent, Tumlook 
1824 George Thomas Lushlngton, commissioner, Kumaon 
Alex. Reid (on furlough) 
Frederick James Halliday, secretary to the govcrnmeat nf 

Bengal 
Henry Armstrong, magistrate and collector, Azimghur 
tArch. Speirs, civil and sessions judge, Cawnpore 
Alex. C. Heyland, civil and sessions judge, Ohazeepore 
Wm. Henry Woodcock 
John Russell Colvin (on furlough) 

John Pantou Gubbins, magistrate and collector, North divi- 
sion of Delhi, Panneeput 
Andrew John Moffatt Mills, commissioner of revenue and 

circuit, Cuttack division 
Charles Garstin (on furlough) 
^George Blunt, magistrate and collector, AUyghur 
' 825 Charles Grcnville Mansell, (on furlough) 

Colville Coverley Jackson, magistrate and collector, Agra 
Edward Anderdon Reade, magistrate, collector, and deputy 

opium agent of Goruckpore 
Henry Benj. Brownlow, civil and sessions judge, Cuttack 
William S. Alexander, civil and sessions judge, Shahubad 



^ B£NGAL. 

Season of Apt, 

1625 Alfred Peter Currie, magistrate and collectOTy Minapoce 
^ Thomas Powney Marten* opium agent, Beuafes 
/^^ Sydney George Smith, magistrate and collector^N. div. Mo- 

radabad (Bijnore) 
Charles Marriott Caldecott, civil and sessions judge, Sanger 
Frederic Cardew, civil and sessions judge, Beerbhoom 
Colin R.Tulloch, magistrate and collector, J uanpore 
Robert Trotter, salt agent, Chittagong 
J as. Balfour Ogilvy 
John Campbell Dick (on furlough) 

Robert Jas. Loughnan, civil and sessions judge, Backergunge 
Edward Bentall, civil and sessions judge, Jessore 
Arthur Lang, civil and sessions judge, Allahabad 
Francis Edw. Read, collector, Jcssore 
Richard Rocke Sturt, collector, Backeigunge 
1826 Alexander Fraser, magistrate and collector, south division 
of Delhi (Gootgaon) 
Hon. Robt. Forbes, civil and sessions judge, Bebar 
^William Bradcen, deputy collector of government customs 

at Calcutta 
Rich. Herbert Mytton, magistrate. Twenty-four Pergun- 

nafas, and superintendent, AUypore jail 
Wm* Henry "Martin, additional judge, Hooghly 
Thomas Carrington Scott, additional collector^ Chittagong 
Thomas P. Woodcock, magistrate and collector, Allahabad 
Charles Allen, magistrate and collector, Cawnpore 
Hawkins Francis James (on furlough) 
Thomas Bruce, collector. Twenty-four Pergunnahs 
Wm. St. Quintin Quintin, additional judge, Behar 
Colin Mackenzie, magistrate and collector, Hissar 
Henry Wm. Deane, magistrate and collector, MoozuflFer- 

nugger 
Robert Ellis Cunliffe, magistrate and collector, Dacca 
Hon. J. Cadwallader Erskine, sub-commissioner under agent 

to governor-general north*west frontier, Simla 
Henry Thomas Ralkes, civil and sessions judge, Midnapore 
Augustus Udny C. Plowden, collector of customs, Agra 
Hen. M.Elliot, secretary to sudder board of revenue, Agra 
George Wynyard Battye, collector, Bhaugulpore 
Teignmouth Sandys, collector, Patna 
Eyles Valentine Irwin, collector, Tirhoot 
Samuel Sneade Brown 

Wm. Jas. Henry Money, collector, Moorsbedabad 
John Peter Grant, commissioner for the adjustment of the 

debts of the Rajah of Mysore 
George Todd, collector of customs, Mirzapore 
James Lean, additional judge, Barielly 
Geo. Fred. Harvey, magistrate and colfector, Behar unpore 
Alex. Fred. Donnetty, commiissioner for the superinten- 
dence of the Abkaree revenue, 2nd or Dacca division 



CIVIL SERVANTS. 9 

SeoMon of Apt^ 

1896 Chas. TierneyDayidson 

George Adams, assistant to accountant-general 
Edward Francis Tyler 
Wm. Raikes Tlmins (on furlough) 
IVilliam Luke 

Trevor John C. Plowden, magistrate and collector, Meeruc 
1837 John J.W.Taunton, collector and magistrate^ N. dt?ision 

Bundlekund, Humeerpore 
Nevil Horatio E. Prowett (on furlough) 
John Muir 
Binny Jas. Colvin, superintendent of settlements* Patna aud 

Behar divisions 
John lliomton, secretary to government north-west pro- 
vinces 
Edmund Wilmot, magistrate and collector, Ghazeepore 
Rich. H. P. Clarke, magistrate and collector, Bareilly 
Philip Chas. Trench 
Wm. Sherson Donnitbome, joint magistrate and deputy 

collector south division, Delhi (Goorgaon) 
Hen. WhitelockTorrens, secretary to board of customs, salt, 

and opium, and Marine board 
Frederick Stainforth, civil and sessions judge, Chittagong 
Fr^. Pole BuUer, magistrate and collector, Shahjehanpore 
H^nry B. Harington, magistrate and collector, Futtehpvre 
Robert Montgomery (on furlough) 
Henry Browne Beresford 

Donald Fiiell M'Leod, magistrate and collector, Benares 
Henry Unwin, magistrate and collector, Mynpoorie 
William Onslow (on furlough) 
Robert Ker Dick (on furlough) 
Fulwar Skipwith, collector, Behar 
Mungo Smith Gilmore, magistrate, collector, and salt 

agent, central Cuttack 
Wm. Pulteney Masson, magistrate and collector, S. div. 

Bundlekund (Banda) 
John C. Wilson, magistrate and collector, Moradabad 
David Inglis Money 

Geo. Aug. C. Plowden, magistrate and collector, Sylhet 
Hugh Rose 
Geo. Fred. M'Clintock, third member of the government 

agency *' 
Wigram fi. Money, civil auditor and deputy accountant 

north-west provinces 
Charles Grants accountant for north-west provinces 
Robt. Brooke Morgan, magistrate and collector, Budaoa 
1828 Archibald Sconce, magistrate and collector, Chittagong 
Mosley Smith (on furlough) 
Charles Walter Kinlock (on furlough) 
Charles Gubbins 



10 BBNGAL. 

Season of Apt, 

1828 Geo. Trant Sbakespear (on furlough) 
Wm. Parker Goad, collector, 8hahabad 
Edward Henry Morland (on furlough) 
William Tayler, magistrate, Jessore 
Samuel Bowring, superintendent of the Sulkca salt go- 

lahs 
Russel M. Skinner, collector, Mymensing 
Pierce G. E. Taylor (on furlough) 
Comwallis Tottenham (on furlough)' 
Wm. Maxwell Dirom 

Jas. H. Crawford, collector. East Bur^lwan 
Henry C. Metcalfe^ collector, Tipperah 
Robert Houstoun, collector of Calcutta stamps, aad head 

assistant board of customs, salt, and opium 
David Robertson, joint magistrate and deputy coUector^ 

AUyghur 
Alex. Shank, magistrate and collector, Etawah 
John L. !M. Lawrence, magistrate and collector, centre diy, 

Delhi 
Christopher W. Fagan 

John H. Batten, senior assist, to the commissioner, Kumaoon 
William T. Trotter (on furlough) 
Francis Lowtb 
^^y^Robert B. Garrett, magistrate, collector, and «alt agent^ 
south division of Cuttadi, Pooree 
Robert F. Hodgson, collector, Monghjrr 
Joseph Reid, joint magistxate and depu^ collector, Beerbhoom 
Robert H. 6. Campbell, joint magistrate and deputy col* 

lector, Benares 
Charles B. Quintin, superintendent sunreys, zillahs Behar 

and Shahabad 
Wm. T. Taylor, collector, Pumeah 
Robt. N. Farquharson, collector, Sanm 
William Travers (onfiirlough) 
Henry Craigie Halkett (onfurloi^h) 
Charles Steer, collector, Dinagepore 
1839 Henry Charles Hamilton (on furlough) 
Edward Thornton 

Alfred Clarke Bidwell (on furlough) 
Alex. Tho. Dick, collector, Rungpoi® 
John Sam. Torrens, collector, Rajeshye 
Wm. De H. Routh (on furlough) 
Alex. Forbes, collector, Midnapore 
Martin Rich. Gubbins, magistrate aad collector, Furnickt- 

bad 
Hon. H. B. Devereuz 
Wm. Henry Elliott (on furlough) 
Fleetwood Williams, joint magistrate and deputy coUector, 

Pilleebhect 



CIVIL SERVANTS. XJ 

Season of Apt, 

1839 George Henry M. Alexaoder, jcnnt magistrate and depttty 
coUector (Humeerpore) north division, Bundlekund 

Adam Smith Annand, magistxatey Tipperidi 

Wm. BelU magistrate, ASoorsbedabad 

James Gordon Campbell, joiat magistrate and deputy col- 
lector, Bograh 

Rowland Money, assistant to magistrate, north dmsioa of 
Moradabad 

Wm. Jx)8eph Allen (on furlough) 

John Adair Craljgie, joint magistrate and depocy collector, 
Agra 
1830 Michael P. Edgeworth (oa farlough) 

Henry Carre Tadcer 

Henry Atherton, joint magistrate and deputy collector, 
Pubna 

Edw. H. C. Monckton (on furlough) 

J<dm S. Dumergne> joint raagbtrate and deputy collector, 
Mirzapore 

Richard Hugh Snell, seeonti. assistant to the accountant ge- 
neral 

Geo. G. Mackintosh (on furlough) 

Charles Raikes (on fuitough) 

Can^s J, H. Graham (on fudough) 

Francis Baring Kemp, joint magistrate and deputy- collector, 
Malda 

Manaton C. Ommaney, 1st principal assistant,. Saugor dis-» 
trict 

Geo. Fred. Edmonstone, register to tile court of Sudder 
dewannee and Nizamut adawlut, Agra 

Francis Russell Dayidson, joint magistiaDe and deputy col- 
lector, Etawah 

Geo. Udny Yule, magistcate, Dinagepore 

Robert Hampton, special deputy collector, Rajeshahye 

Octavioa Warre Malet» special deputy collect6iv -Cuttack 

James Henry Young 

Chas. H. Luahington, resident,. Malacca 

John Wheler, joint magistfate, and deputy collector, 
Noacolly 

Wm. Vansittart (on fuflough) 

Charles Binny Trevor, joint magiatiatr and deputy CJsUector, 
Baraset 

James Alexander, solicitor to the government of Bengal 
1831 Edward A. Samuells, magistrate, Tirhoot 

George Percival Leycesfeei^ magistrate, Hooghiy 

WwKfth Gttui. 

1831 John Alex. O. Ffeirquharson;- magistrate, Patna 

SuliTau James Becher, joint magistrate* and deputy col- 
lector, Juanporc 



12 BENGAL. 

Season of Jpt, 

-1831 Robert Alexander (on furlough) 
James Brewster, (on furlough) 
Geo. Dashwood Wilkins, magistrate, Sarun 
Hon. Edm. Drummond, magistrate, Behar 
Fran. Anstrather Dalrymple, joint magistrate and deputy 
collector 2nd grade, Patna 
1 898 Thomas Young, joint magistrate and deputy collector, 

2nd grade, Chittagong 
1831 Edward Thomas, joint magistrate and deputy collector, 

Seharunpore 
1824 Robert Wigram Hughes (on furlough) 
3 827 Edw. Eldborough Woodcock (on furlough) 
1833 James Jackson Ward, joint magistrate and deputy collector, 
Dacca (Furreedpore) 
Holden SheppardRavenshaw, joint magistrate and dep. col- 
lector, Meerut 
Arthur Grote, special deputy collector, Midnapore and 

Hidgelee 
Cliarles Chester, joint magistrate and deputy collector. Go. 

ruckpore 
Thomas Kirkman Loyd, special deputy collector, AUyghur 
Edward Lautour, magistrate, Bhaugulpore 
Charles Chapman, superintendent of survey at Patna . 
Alex. Geo. Macdouald, magistrate, Rungpore 

1833 Georpe Loch, joint magistrate and deputy collector^ West 

Burdwan (Bancoorah) 
Henry Godfrey Astell, joint magistrate and deputy col« 

lector, Moradabad 
Edm. Ford RadclifTe, magistrate, Shahabad 
George Louis Martin, magistrate, Purneah 

1834 Merrick Arthur G. Shawe, magistrate, Backergunge 
Wm. Cathcart Smith Cuninghame, joint magistrate and 

deputy collector, Cawnpore 
^ '. Henry Vincent Bayley, magistrate. East Burdwan 

Richard Pryce Harrison, magistrate, Midnapore 

Arthur Littledale, magistrate, Mymensing 

Frederick Astell Lushington, joint magistrate and collector, 
2nd grade, Jessore 

Leopold James Henry Grey, postmaster-general, Bengal 

Robert Tudor Tucker, joint .magistrate and deputy col- 
lector, Ghazeepore 

Fifth CUa. 

1834 AlfredTurnbuU, under secretary to goTcrnment of Bengal 

Thomas Coutts Loch, magistrate, BAjesliye 
.1839 Hervey Harris Greathed, political agent, Joudpore 

James Bentham Mill, joint magistrate and deputy col- 
lector, Furruckabad 



CiyiL SERVANTS. jg 

Stoion, of Apt, 

1835 Edward Thomas CoWin, joint magistiate and deputy col- 
lector, north division, Delhi (Pannccpm) 
Cudbert T. Scaly, joint magistrate and deputy collector, 
Backcrgunge 

Charles Theodore Le Bas, joint magistiate and deputy 

collector, Budaon 
George Henry Clarke, under commissioner of levenae and 
circuit, Meerut division 

Thomas Coutts Trotter, joint magistrate and dep. collector. 
Patna ^ 

George Davy Raikes, joint magistrate and deputy collector. 
Muttra 

Frederick B^bb Gubbins, joint magistrate and deputy collec- 
tor, Delhi (Rohtuck div.) ^ 

David Cunlifie, magistrate, Monghyr 
1830 Cecil Beadon, undersecretary to government of Bengal 

Archibald Roberts Young, joint magistrate and deputy col- 
lector, and grade (Balasore) north division, Cuttack 

George Fergusson Cockburn, joint magistrate and collector 
2nd grade, Jessore * 

Robert Bensley Thomhill, joint magistrate and deputy col- 
lector, AJyupoory 

Henry Mountford Reid, joint magistrate and deputy collector 
-jtf ' ^ and grade, Pumeah ' 

Hew Dalrymple H. Fergusson, joint magistrate and deputy 
collector and grade, Tipperah 

1837 William Edwards, under secretary to government of India 

foreign department 
Alexander Ross 
Arthur Austin Roberts, joint magistrate and deputy collector 

centre division, Delhi 
Edward Michael Wylly, ditto ditto, Barielly 
George Edmonstone, ditto ditto, Bolundshahur 
Henry Vansittart, superintendent Dehra Dhoon 
Richard Cairnes Raikes (on furlough) 
William Wynyard, assistant to magistrate collector, Mirza- 

pore 
William Muir, joint magistrate and deputy collector, Fut- 

tehpore 
George Carnac Barnes, joint magistrate and deputy collector, 

N. division Moradabad (Btjnore) 
Edward Taylor Trevor, assistant under commissioner, CuU 

tack division 
Francis Lestock Beaufort, assistant to magistrate and col- 
lector, Moorshedabad 
Arthur Herbert Cocks, extra joint magistrate and deputy 

collector, Mynpoorye 

1838 Cudbert Bensley Thornhiil, joint magistrate and deputy 

collector, Shajeanpore 



14 BENGAL. 

Season of JpU 

1838 William Strachey (on furlough) 

Arthur Ratkes, magistrate and deputy collector, Banda, 

south division of Bundclcund 
James Ralph Barnes (on furlough) 

William Galloway, assistant under commisjioner of revenue 
and circuit, Meerat division 
1830 Bransby H. Cooper, assistant to magistrate and coUector,Dacca 
George Dundas Tumbull, joint magistrate and deputy col- 
lector, Azimghur 
William Roberts, assistant to magistrate and collector, Be- 
nares 
Henry Jeflfreys Bushby (on furlough) 
William Henry Brodhurst, assist, to mag. and coll., Pubna 

Sixth Class. 

Henry P. A. B. Riddell, joint mag^isfrate and deputy col- 
lector, Moozuffumagger 

George M. B. Berford, assistant under commissioner of re- 
venue and circuit, Benares division 

Philip Melvill, under secretary to the government of India, 
home and financial departments 

Edgar Frederick Lautour, assistant to joint magistrate and 
deputy collector, Furreedpore 

Andrew Ross, assistant to collector and magistrate, Cawn- 
pore 

George Charles Fletcher, assistant to joint magistrate and 
deputy collector, Rajeshahye 

Charles John Wingfield, assistant under commissioner of 
revenue and circuit, Delhi division. 
1840 William Boyd Buckle, asmstant to magistrate and collector, 
Midnapore 

Richard Nowell Shore, assistant to commissioner of revenue 
and circuit, Cuttack division 

Richard Henry Russell, assistant to magistrate and collector, 
Moorshedabad 

John Adam Loch, assistant to magistrate and collector, 
Budaon 

Alexander Shakespear, assistant secretary to government 
and assistant to accountant-general, N.W. provinces 

Robert Abcrcrombie 

William Smoult Paterson (on furlough) 

Mark B. Thomhill, assistant under commissioner of revenue 
and circuit, Delhi division 

John £. S. Lillie, assistant to magistrate and collector 
(Champarun), East Burdwan 

Patrick Alexander Vans Agnew, joint magistrate and de- 
puty collector, Htssar 



CIVIL SERVANTS. 15 

Secuan ofApt* 

1840 VlTilliam John Rivett Carnac, assistant under commissioner 

of revenue and circuit, Benares division 
Francis Boyle Pearson, assistant to magistrate and collector, 

Futtebpore 
John feach Macwhirter, assistant under commissioner of 

revenue and circuit,. Agra division 
Charles Ansell Lushington, assistant to magistrate and 

collector, Sarun 
Charles George Hillecsdon, assistant under commissioner of 

revenue and circuit, Meerut division 
William Grey, assist. to coll. and magistrate, Mootshcdabad 
Major Henry Court (on furlough) 
The Hon. Frederick Drummond» assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Purneah 
John Forbes David Inglis, assistant under commissioner of 

revenue and circuit, RobiLcond division 

1841 Edward Harbord Lusbington, assistant to ccdlector and ma- 

gistrate> twenty-four pergunnahs 

Robert James Scott, ditto ditto ditto, Shahabad 

George Gordon Balfour, ditto ditto, Patna 

Edward Clive Bayley, assistant under commissioner of re- 
venue and circuit, Meerut division 

Samuel Wauchope, assistamt to magistrate, Hoog^y 

Francis Macan Lind, under commissioner of revenue and 
circuit, Benares dtvisioa 

Thomas Elliot Ogilvie (obl furlough) 

Edward James Boldero, imder conunissianer of revenue and 
circuit, Agra division 

1842 John Ross Hutchinson, do do do Meerut division 
JohnStrachey do do duRohilcund division 
Vernon Hugh Schalch, assistant to joint magistrate and 

deputy collector, Beerbhoom 
St. George Tucker, dep. commissioner 3rd class, Saugor, 

and Neibudda territories 
William Jennings Bramly„ under commisaioner of revenue 

and circuit, Agra division 
Archibald Adam Swinton, assistant to magistnte and col- 
lector, Moaghyr 
Edward Jenkins, do do do Behar 

The Hon. Robert Andrew John Drummond, assistant to 

magistrate and collector, Rohilcund 
William Ford, under commissioner of revemte and circuit, 

Delhi division 
Gilbert Pocklington Money, under commissiooer of revenue 

and circuit, Rohilcund division 
Rob. N. Cust, extra assistant to governor general's agent, 

^{.W. frontier 
Walter S. S. Karr, assistant to magistrate aad collector. 

Twenty-four Pergunnahs 

B2 



|g BENGAL. 

Season of Apt, 

1842 George Campbell, under commissioner of revenue and cir- 
cuit, Rohilcund division 
Jos. Edw. L. Brandreth do do do Benares division 
Elphinstone Jackson, assistant to magistrate and collector, 

Rajeshye 
Edw. Jas. Chas. Richardson, do do Bhaugulpore 
Alan Swinton, under commissioner of revenue and circuit, 

Afi;ra division 
John W. Dalrymple, assistant to magistrate and collector, 

Dacca 
Philip H. Egerton, assistant under commissioner of reve- 
nue and circuit, Delhi division 
Edw. S. Pearson, assistant to magistrate and collector, 

Sylhet . 

Edwin Sandys, assistant to niagistrate and collector, Tirhoot 
Arthur Pigou, assistant to magistrate and collector. East 

Burdwan 
Fulwer C. Fowle do do Nuddea 

James Combe do do Sarun 

Wm. M. Beaufort do do Patna 

John C. Moore, under comiqissioner of revenue and circuit, 

Delhi division 
Stewart Forbes do do do Agra division 
Henry P. Fane do do do Allahabad division 
18<13 Wm. Maples, assistant to sub-treasurer 

Randolph Marriott, under commissioner of revenue and 

circuit, Benares division 
Henry Davidson, under commissioner of revenue and cir- 
cuit, Allahabad division 
Thos. B. Mactier, assistant to magistrate and collector, 

Cuttack 
Chas. B. Saunders 
Chas. Home 
Lonis S. Jackson 
Chas. F. Montresor, assistant to magistrate and collector, 

Midnapore 
Brand Sapte 
Edw. H. Anson, under commissioner of revenue and circuit, 

Meerut division 
Andrew Gillon, do do do Benares division 

Arthur Galloway 
Alonzo Money 
John Power, assistant to collector and magistrate, Balasore 

rin B. Bowring 
Wm. G. Young 
Horatio Nelson 
Robt. H. Dunlop 
Edward L. Ellis 
Henry Brereton (on furlough) 



if. 



CIVIL SERVANTS. IT 

StMson of j4pf, 

1843 Jas. R. Muspratt 
Francis Tucker 
James Guthrie 

1844 Geo. J. Christian 
Chas. T. Buckland 
John Wedderburn 
Wm. C. Watson 
Robert H. Davies 
Robert Spankie 
Hugh D. Sandeman 
Chas, P. Hobhouse 
Donald Ogilvy 
Reginald Thornton 
Hercules Scott 
George E. Lance 
George Forbes McLeod 
William Robert Best 
Robert Harris Gteathed 
Charles Robert Lindsay 
Edward Ardiur Clifton 
Robert John Richardson 
Charles Forbes Camac 
Robert Alexander 

^^ Campbell Limond 

LATE OF THE CHINA ESTABLISHMENT. 

1826 Frederick John Morris, salt agent, Balasore 
1828 Jas. Wm. Hendry Campbell, 1st assistant to collector of 
government customs, Calcutta 
Hen. Robt. Alexander, joint magistrate and deputy collector 
(Champarun), EastBttrd^an 

PRINCE OF WALES' ISLAND, SINGAPORE, AND 

MALACCA. 

LieuiL Col W. J. Butterworth, C.B., Madras establishment, 
governor 

1809 Samuel Garling, resident councillor at Prince of Wales' 

Island 
1815 Thomas Church, resident councillor at Singapore 
1818 Satnuel George Bonham (on furlough) 
1890 Edmund Augustus Blunxfell (on furlough) 
182*2 James William Salmond 

Extra covenanted servant of the late establishment at Fort Marlbro. 
Wm. Thomas Lewis, assist, to the resident at Penang. 

B 3 



18 



BENGAL. 



INDIAN LAW COMMISSION. 

C. M. Cameron . • . . Barrister-at-law President 

D. Eliott Madras civil service . . Member 

. . Secretary 



Sudder Dewaimy and Nitamut 
jidawluts. 



Presidemcy, 



judges 



Rob. H Rattray, 

C. Tucker, 

J.F. M.Reid, 

A. Dick, 

R. Barlow, temporary do 

£. M. Gordon, do 

J. A. F. Hawkins, register 

jigra. 



Benjamin Tayler, | 
G.P.Thompson, > judges 
J. Davidson, ) 

G. F. Edmonstone, register 



Sudder Revenue Boardt* 

Pretidency. 

E. Currie, secretary 

, jun. do 

Thos. J. Turner, member 
H. S. Boulderson, do 
H. M. Elliot, secretary 

Board of Cuitoms, Salt, and 
Opiu7n» 

W. Blunt, sen. member 
H. S. Lane, member 
H. W. Torrens, secretary 
H. J. Palmer, dep. do* 



SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS. 
Under Regulation III. o/* 1 838. 



j4gra-» . • . . 
Allahabad 
Allyghwr .. 
Azimghur, , 
Bandah»9 . . 
BarieUy . • 
Behar • • . . 
Benares, • • • 
Calcutta . . 
Cawnpore, . 
Ckittagong, 
Cuttack, • . . 
Delhi . • . • 



J.S. Boldero 

A. Lang 

M. J. Tierney 

G. Lindsay 
H. H. Thomas 
Hon. R. Forbes 
D. B. Morrieson 
H.Moore 
A. Speirs 
F. Stainforth 
C. Cardew 
C. Lindsay 



Furrttckabad 
Futtehpore • • 
Ghazeepore .. 
Goruckpore .. 
Juanpore .... 

Meerut 

Mirzapore . . 
Moorthedahad 
Moradabad, . 
Mynpooree .. 
Sekarunpoee,, 
Sylhet 



C. R. Cartwright 
H.Lushington 
A. C. Hcyland 
H. Pidcock 
R. J. Tayler 
A. W.Begbie 
H. T. Owen 
H. Moore 
C. MacSween 
C. F. Thompson 
W. H. Benson 
H. Stainforth 



Commiesiimert under Act III. ^1835. 
A^k^ee, ... S. Gi Palmer | Kumaon . . G. T. Luihingtork 



COMMISSIONERS 

Commissioners of Revenue 

Agjay Muttray Syrpoorak, Myn- \ 

poorie,Furruekabad8c Etawah. \ 

F. H. Robinson 
Allahabad, Futtekpore, Belah, 

Ameerpore, Banda 8f Cawnpote . 
Robert Lowther 
Chit ta gong y NoacoUy, and 
Tipptrah, 
Henry Rickeics 
JcMsore, Baraset, 2 4 - Pergunnaks, 

Nuddeay Burdwan Sf Hooghly, 
T. R. Davidson . 
BareiUy, Shajehanpore, Suies- 

wan, Moradabad, Pilleebheet, 

and Nemaon, 
W.J.Conolly 
Benares y Mirzapore, Juanpore^ 

Goruckpore, Aximghur, and 

Ghazeepore, 
£. P. Smith 

BhaugUpore, Monghyry Malda, 
Tirhoot, Dinagepore ^ Purneah. 

G. F. Brown 



OF REVENUE, &c. jg 

and Circuit for Districts. 
Cuttack, Khoorda, Balasore,, 

Midnapore, and HidgeLee. 
A. J. M. Mills 

Dacca, Jdalpore^ Mymensing, 
Sheerpore, Sylhet, and Back- 
ergunge. 

J. Dunbar 

Delhi Territory. 
T. T. Metcalfe 

Moorshedabad, Beerbhoom, 
Rungpore, Rajeshahye, Bug- 
goorah, and Pukna. 

W. B. Jackson 

Patna, Behar, Ramjrhur, Sarun t 

and Shahabad» 
E. C. Ravenshaw 

Meerut, Seharunpore, Mozuffer* 
nugger,BoolundshahiT, Denra, 
and AUyghur, 

G. F. Franco 



Judges, Chii and Session, ofZillah Courts, Collectors 9/ Dhtrhfs 



Agra. 
J. S. Boldero, judge 

C. C. Jackson, collector 
J. A. Craigie, dep. do 

Allahabad, 
Artliur Lang, judge 
T. P. Woodcock, collector 

Allyghur. 
M. J. Tierney, judge 
G. Blunt, collector 

D. Robertson, dep. do 
T. K. Loyd, special do 

Aximghw. 
, judge 
H. Armstrong, collector 
G. D. TumbuU, dep. do 

Backergunge. 
R.J.Loughnan, judge 
R. R, Sturt, collector 
C. T. Sealy dep. do 
M. A. G. Shawe, mag. 
Baraset. 
, magis. and colh 
C. B. Treror, dep. coll. 



Bareilly, 
H. H. Thomas, judge 
J. Lean, addl. do 
R. H. P. Clarke, collector 
E.M.WylJy, dep. coll. 

Budaon. 
R. B. Morgan, collector 

C. T. Le Bas, dep. (oil. 

Beerhhoom, 
¥. Cardew, judge 
J. Reid, dep. cull. 
,mag. 

Beiar, (Gyak.) 
Hon. R. Forbes, jud^c 
W. St. Q. Quintin, addl. do 
F. Skipwith, collector 
dep. do 

, special do. 
Hon. H, E. Drummond, ma*^. 

Benares. 

D. B. Morrieson, judge 
D. F. M*Leod, collector 
R. H. S. Campbell, dep. do 



20 



BENGAL. 
JUDGES CIVIL AND SESSION, &c. 



Bhaugulpore, 

F. Gouldsbury, judge 

G. W. Battye, collector 
£. Lautour, mag. 

^oerorak. 
J. G. Campbell, deputy collector 

Booiundshaitr, 
J. S. Clarke, collector 
G. Edmonstone, dep. do 

BufuReeund, (S.Div,) Banda, 
G. Lindsay, judge 
W. P. Masson, collector 
A. Raikes, dep. do 

Bundlecund,(^N.D.) Humeerpore, 

J. I.W.Taunton, mag. and colL 
G. H. M. Alexander, dep. do 

East. Burdwan (Champarun), 
B.Golding, judge 
J.H.Crawford, collector 
H. R. Alexander, dep. do 
H. V. Bayley, mag. 

fVest Burdwan (Bancoorah). 
J. _W. Templer, judge 
G. Loch, dep. coll. 

CtiWHport* 
Arch. Speirs, judge 
C. Allen, collector 
W. C. S. Cuninghame, dep. do, 

Chiitagwtg. 
F. Stainforth, judge 
A. Sconce, collector 
T. C. Scott, addl. do 

Cuttael (Centre). 
H. B. Brownlow, judge 
M. S. Gilmore, mag. and coll. 

, dep. coll. 
O. W. Malct, special dep. do 

Cuttack (S. Div*) Pooree* 
R. B. Garrett, mag. and coll. 

Cuttack, (N. Div,) Balasore. 
f mag. and coll. 



j Dacca, 

J. F. G. Cooke, judge 
R. E. Cunlifie, collector 

Furreedpore, 
J. J-. Ward, dep. collector 
, special do 

Delhi, 
C. Lindsay, judge 

Centre Division^ 
J. L. M. Lawrence^ mag. & coll. 
A. A. Roberts, dep. coll. 

Hurrianah, Wtst Division* 
, mag. and coll. 

Paneeput^ North Division. 
J. P. Gubbins, mag. and coU« 

E. T. Colvin, dep. colL 

Goorgaouy South Division, 
A. Fraser, mag. and coll. 
W. S. Donaitfaome, dep. do 

Rohtuk Division, 

F. B. Gubbins, dep. coll. 

Dinagepore, 
James Grant, judge 
C. Steer, collector 

G. U. Yule, mag. 

Etowah, 
y judge 
A. Shank, collector 
F. R. Davidson, dep. do 

Furrudkabad, 
C. R, Cartwnght, judge 
M. R. Gubbins, coliector 
J. B. Mill, dep. do. 

Futtthpore, 
H. Lushington, judge 
H. B. Haiington, collector 
W. Muir, dep* do 

Gkazeepore, 
A. C. Heyiand, judge 
E. Wilmot, collector 
R. T. Tucker, dep. do 

Goruckpore, 
H. Pidcock, judge 
E. A. Reade, collector 
C. Chester, dep. do 



JUDGES CIVIL AND SESSION, &c. 



21 



Hooghfy, 

F. W. Russell, judge 
W. H. Martin, addl. do 
£. Stirling, collector 

G. P. Leycester, mag. 

Jessorf, 

E. Bentall, judge 

F. E. Reade, collector 

, dep. do 
W. Tayler, mag. 

Juanpore, 
R. J. l^ayler, judge 
C. R.Tulloch, collector 
S. J. Becher, dep. do 
Maldtu 
y collector 
F. B. Kemp, dep. do 
Meerut, 
A. W. Bcgbie, judge 

, additional dp. 
T. I. C. Plowden, collector 
H. S. RaTenshaw, dep. do 

Midnaport, 
H. T. Raikes, judge 
A.Forbes, collector 
R. P. Harrison, mag. 
dep. col. 
A. Grote, special dep. do 

Mlrzaporf, 
H. T. Owen, judge 
A. P. Currie, collector 
J. S. Dumergue, dep. do 

Monghyr. 
R. F. Hodgson, collector 

, dep. do 
D. Cunlififie, mag. 

H. P. Russell, judge 

W. J. H. Money, collector 

W. Bell, mag. 

Monuffer Nagger. 
H. W. Deane, collector 
H. P. A. B. Riddell, dep. do 

Moradaiad. 
C. MacSween, judge 
J. C. WiUon, collector 
H. G. Astell, dep. do ' 
S. G. Smith, coll., N. dtv. 
G. C. Barnes, dep., do 



Mymensing 
T.Taylor, judge 
R. M. Skinner, collector 
A. Littledale, dep. do 

Mynpooree. 

C. F. Thompson* judge 
H. Unwin, collector 

R. B. Thomhill, dep. do 

Muttra, 
Wm. H.Tyler, collector 
G. D. Raikes, dep. do 

NoaeoUy, 
John Whelcr, dep. collect. 

Nuddiah* 
J. C. Brown, judge 
A. Ogilvie, collector 
9 dep. do 

Paina. 
A. Smelt, judge 
T. Sandys, collector 
T. C. Trotter, dep. do. 
J. A. O. Farquharson, mag. 

Pilleebheet. 

F. Williams, dep. collector 

Puhna, 
H. Atherton, dep. collector 

Pumeah, 

D. Prlngle, judge 

W. T. Taylor, collector 

G. L. Martin, mag. 

Rajtshahyi. 
G. C. Cheap, judge 
J. S. Torrens, collector 
R. Hampton, special do. 
T. C. Loch, mag. 

Rungpore, 
T. Wyatt, judge 
A. T. Dick, collector 
A« G. Macdonald, mag. 



9,2 BENGAL. 

JUDGES CIVIL AND SESSION, &c.^contimed. 
Saharunpore. {North, IHv.) 
W. H. Benson, judge 
G. F. Harvey, collector 



E. Thomas, dep. do 

Saugor, 
C, M. Caldecott, judge 

Sarun, 
H. V. Ha thorn, judge 
R. N. Farquharson, collector 

, dep. do 
G. D. Wilkins, mag. 

Shahabad. 
W. S. Alexander, judge 
W. P. Goad, collector 

E. F. Radcliffe, mag. 

Shahjehanpore* 

F. P. Buller, collector 
C. B. ThornhiJl, dep. do 



Sylhet. 
H. Stainfortb, judge 
G. A. C. Plowden> collector 
, dep. do 

Tipperak, 
J. Staniforth, judge 
H. C. Metcalfe, collector 

, deputy do 
A* S. Anuand, mag. 

J. F. Cathcart, judge 
John French, add. do 
E. V. Irwin, collector 

, dep. do 
£. A. Samnells, magistrate 

T'wentf'four Pergutmahs beyond thi 

Suburbs of Calcutta, 
Robert Torrens, judge 
T. Bruce> collector 

, dep. do 
R. H. Mytton, magis. 



GOVERNMENT OFFICES, &c. 



General Treasury* 
George Udny, sub-treasurer 
R. H. Snell, assistant. 

AeeountatU Generals, 
C. Morley, accountant general 
C. Grant, accountant, N.W.P. 

Civil Auditors, 
W. H. Belli, civil auditoi 
W. E. Money, do., N.W.P. 

Stamp Office, 
H.J. Palmer, superintendent 
R. Houstoun, collector 



Post Office, 

L. J. H. Grey, post mast. gen. 
Surg. J. Rankin, do N.W.P. 

Mint, 
C. Morley "j 

J. A. Dorin V-Comniittee* 

G. Udny J 

P. Melvill, ex officio secretary 
Lieut. Col. W. N. Forbes, minU 

master 
John Cumin, assay-master 
Assist.-sur.J. Dodd, (M.£.,) aa» 

sistant assay-master 



[BENGAL. 



23 



COLLECTCMIS OF GOVERNMENT CUSTOMS 
AND TOWN DUTIE3. 

Afra •••••• A. U. C. PlowduD 

AUahabad . . C. C. Parks 
Baltxsore . . 



Benares .... A. P. Currie 
Bundlecund . W. P. Masson 
Calcutta, ... J. J . Harvey 
Cavmpore . • 



Chktagtng. . A. Sconce 

Ghazeep9ri . £. Wilmot 

Horul .... 

Meerut .... T. J, C. Plowdcn 

Mirxapare» « George Todd 

N,fr. frontier G. H. Smith 

^eharunpore 



KESIDENTS AT FOREIGN COURTS, COMMISSIONERS, 

AND POLITICAL AGENTS 



I 



Cttpt. S. B. Hatiies(L^.)> P^- ^S^* 



ARRACAK. 



Major A.Bogle, 2dN.I. comm. 

AJMEBK. 

Lieut. Col. J. Sotfaerland (Bomb. 

est.], cemm. 
Major C. G. Dixon, Art.fuperint. 



cirrcH. 



DABJELIKG. 



BAROOA. 



res. 



BENARXS. 

Maj. T.D. Carpenter, M.E. agt. 

BHOPAL. 

Capt. H. W. Trevelyan (Bombay. 
est), polit. agent 

BHUTTXE COUNTRY. 

Lieut. £. L Robinson, 7th Cav.» 
super. 

BITHOOR. 

Maj. J. Manson, 73d N.I.,comm 

COORG. 

Maj. Gen. M. Cubbon (M.E.), 
oomm. 



A. CampbeU, M.D., superint 

DtlHI. 
T. T.Metcalfe, agent 

detrah DRooy. 
Henry Vansittart, super. 

FUKRUCKABAO. 

C. R. Cartwright, agent 

GUMSOOR. 

R.A.Bannerman (M.E.), comm. 

HYORABAB. 

Major Gen. J. S. Frascr, (M.E.)> 
resident 

INDOOR. 

R. N. C. Hamthon, resident 

J BY PORE. 

Maj.J.Ludlow, GthN.I., poLagt. 

JODDPORE. 

H. H. Greathed, pol.agt. 



cossiah hills. 

Majoi F. G. Lister, 53d N.L, poL 
a^^ent 



KATTYWAR. 

A. Malet (Bomb, est.), polit. 
agent 



M 



BENGAL. 
RESIDENTS, hc^-amUnuid, 



KOTAH OR HAROWTEE. 



Maj. C. Richardes (Bombay 
est.), polit. agent 

KUMAOON. 

G. T. Lushington, comm. 

LUCKNOW. 

Lt. Col. A. F. Richmond, C.B., 

resident 

MAHIDPORE AND PERTAUBGHUR. 

Major F. H. Sandys, pol. agent. 

IIAIRWARBAH. 

Major C. G. Dizon, art., super. 

Meywar. 
Lt.Col. T. Robinson, polit. agent 

moorshedabad. 
Major Gen. F. V. Raper, agent 

MULLANEE. 

Capt. C. F. Jackson, Bom. est,, 
pol. super. 

MUMNRPORE. 

Capt. G.L.Gordon, 8th N.I., pol. 
agent 

MUSCAT. 

Capt. A.Hamerton, Bom. est. agt 



KORTH-WR8T FRONTIER. 

Major G. Broadfoot, C.B., (Mad. 
est.), pol. ag. 

NORTH-BAST FFONTIER, ASSAM. 

Maj. F. Jenkins, com. and agent 
Maj. J. Matthie, deputy com. 

PAHLUNPOOB. 

Major L* Brown (Bom .est.), pol. 
agent 

PERSIAN OULPH (BushcCf). 

Major S. Hennell (Bombay E.), 
resident and pol. agt. 

RAJFOOTAKA. 

Lt. Col. J. Sutherland (Bombay) 

SOUTH-WEST FRONTIER. 

Lt. Col. J. R. Ouseley, N.L poL 
agent 

SATTARAH. 

Lt.Col.C»Ovans (Bom. est.), res. 

SAUGOR, HEMBUDDA TERRITORIES' 
AND BUNDLECUND. 

Lt. Col. W. H. Sleeman, N.L, 
com. and agent 



MYH£E KAUNTA. 

Capt. W. Lang(Bombay E.), pol. 
agt. 

MYSORE. 

Major Gen. M. Cubbon, (M.E.), 
com. 

NAGPOOR. 

Lt. Col. A. Spiers, resident 

NEPAUL (Katmand'hoo). 
Major H.M. Lawrence, art., resi- 
dent 

NIMAR. 

Capt. P. T. French, Bom. est., 
pol. assist. 



scindiah's dominions. 
Lt.Col. W. H. Sleeman, pol. agt. 

TBNASBERIM PROYINCES. 

Capt. H. M. Durand, eng..com. 
Capt. W. C. M*Clcod (M. E.) 

assist. 

TRAVANCORE. 

Major Gen. W. Cullcn (M. E.), 
resident. 

TURKISH ARABIA. (Bagdad.) 
Major H. C. Rawlinson, C.B. 
Bom. est., pol. agent 



ARMY. 



26 
ORDER OF THE BATH. 



Officers of the Company's Service who are Members of the Most 
Honourable Order of the Bath, with the dates of their Appoint- 
ments. 

MILITARY KNIGHTS GRAND CROSS. 



Rank, 



Name, 



Lieut. Gen. Sir John Doveton 
Major Gen, Sir James L. Lushington 
do Sir George Pollock 
do Sir William Nott 



Esiablishm. 



Date, 



Madras 

do 
Bengal 

do 



1 0th Mar. 1837 
20th Julyl838 
2d Dec. 1842 
do 



Major Gen. 



CIVIL KNIGHTS GRAND CROSS. 



Sir Geo. H. Barlow,Bart. 
The Right Hon. Sir C. 

T. Metcalfe, Bart. 
Sir Richard Jenkins 
Sir John M'Neill 
The Right Hon. Sir H. 

Pottinger, Bart. 



Bengal 

do 
Bombay 
do 

do 



KNIGHTS COMMANDERS. 



Lieut. Gen. 

do 
Major Gen. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Lieut. •Col. 
Major Gen. 

do 
Lieut.-Col. 
M^or Gen. 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Sir Hector M*Lcan 
Sir Hopetoun S. Scott 
Sir Hugh Fraser 
Sir James L. Caldwell 
Sir David Leighton 
Sir James Russell 
Sir Robert Houstoun 
Sir John Rose 
Sir Thomas Corsellis 
Sir William Richards 
Sir Thomas Whitehead 
Sir John Doveton 
Sir James R. Lumley 
Sir John H. Litder 

COMPANIONS. 

John Johnson* 
William Dickson 
William Innes 
John CrosdiU* 
William Morison 
Thomas PoUok 
Augustus Andrews 
Charles M*Leod 
|Sir E. Gcrr. StannQt,Kt, 



Madras 

do 

do 

do 
Bombay 
Madras 
Bengal 

do 
Bombay 
Bengal 

do 

Madras 

Bengal 

do 



Bombay 

Madras 

Bengal 

do 
Madras 

do 

do 

do 
Bombay 



12thSept. 1835 
20th July 1838 
16th April 1839 

2d Dec. 1842 



7thApr. 181& 

27tliSept.i83t 

7thApr. 1832 

10thMar,i83r 

do 

do 

do 
20th July 183^ 

do 

do 

do 

do 
and May 184 4 

do 



4thJmiei8]5= 
do 

SthDec. 
1 4th Oct. 181 s 
4th Sept. 182 L 
33d July 182a 

do 

do 

d(» 



* Since retired from the tervice* 



ORDER OF THE BATH>-coM<mi«i. 



87 



Rank, 


Name, 


BstmbiUkm. 


DmU. 


Maj. Geiu 


Alexander Fair 


Madras 


36di l>ec. 1826 


do 


Alfred Richards 


Bengal 


do 


do 


Brook B. P*rlby 


Madras 


do 


Licu\.-Col. 


Sir C. Hopkinson, Kt.« 


do 


do 


Major Gen. 


Thomas Wibon 


Bengal 


do 


Lieut. -CoU 


Cornelius Bowya* 


Bengal 


do 


;MiiO<Mr Gen. 


Richard L. £Tans 


Madras 


do 


Licut.-Col. 


Wm. L. Watson* 


Bengal 


do 


Major Gen. 


George Hunter 


do 


do 


do 


Robert Pitman 


do 


16th Sept. 1831 


do 


John Mavne 


Bombay 


. do 


do 


Francis F. Wilson 


Madras 


do 


do 


Alexander Lindsay 


Bengal 


do 


do 


Henry T. Roberts 


do 


do 


do 


James Caulfield 


do 


do 


do 


Richard Tickdl 


do 


do 


UevLU-CoL 


Charles Fitcserald* 


do 


do 


Colonel 


Samuel Hughes 


Bombay 


do 


Lieut.'Col. 


Robert Smith* 


Bengtl 


do 


do 


Alex. Manson 


Bombay 


do 


do 


Archibald Irvine 


Bengal 


do 


Major Gen. 


William Sandwith 


Boinbay 


20th July 1838 


do 


James F. Salter 


do 


do 


do 


H. G. A. Taylor 




do 


do 


Herbert Bowcn 


Bengal 


do 


do 


Sir R. H. Cunliffe, Bart. 


do 


do 


do 


P. De La Motte 


Bombay 


do 


do 


Edward Frederick 


do 


do 


do 


James Kennedy 


Bengal 


do 


do 


Sir Jeremiah Br/mntyKt. 


do 


do 


do 


Edmund F. Waters 


do 


do 


do 


William S. Whish 


do 


do 


do 


William Battine 


do 


do 


do 


Archibald Galloway 


do 


do 


do 


LechmereC. Rnssell 


Bombay 


do 


Colonel 


Henry Cock 


Bengal 


do 


do 


Charles Herbert 


Madras 


do 


do 


John Morgan 


do 


do 


Lieut.-Col. 


Henry Hall 


Bengal 


do 


do 


bohn Cheape 


do 


do 


do 


John Low 


Madras 


> do 


do 


John Colvin* 


Bengal 


do 


do 


Alex. TuUoch 


Madras 


do 


do 


S. W. Steel 


Madras 


do 


do 


Joseph Orchard 


Bengal 


do 

i 


do 


Charles Graham 


do 


do 




* Since retired fron 


1 the service. 


> 




C 2 


/ 





£8 



ORDER OF THE BATH-^nntimed. 



Rank. 



Lieut. Col. 

do 

do 

Major 

Lieut. Col, 

Major 

Colonel 

do 

Lieut. Col. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Major 

do 

Lieut. Col. 

Major 

do 

Lieut. Col. 

Major 

do 

Lieut. Col. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Major 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Colonel 

Lieut. Col. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Major 

do 

do 

da 

do 



Name, ' 


Eslablishm. 


Date, 


Sir E. A. Campbell, Knt. 


Bengal 


«Oth July 1838 


P. Montgomerie 


Madras 


do 


W. Butterworth 


do 


do 


John Purton* 


do 


do 


Thomas Lumsden * 


Bengal 


do 


Thomas Timbrell* 


do 


do 


Abraham Roberts 


do 


30th Dec. 1 830 


Thomas Monteath 


do 


do 


Hugh M. Wheeler 


do 


do 


C. M. Carmichael 


do 


do 


Bentham Sandwich 


Bombay 


do 


Foster Stalker 


do 


do 


Sir CM. Wade, Knt.» 


Bengal 


do 


George Thomson* 


do 


do 


Alexander C. Peat 


Bombay 


lOth June 1840 


George P. Cameron 


Madras 


asth Aug. 1841 


James Fraser 


Bengal 


4th Oct. 1842 


Aug. Abbott 


do 


do 


C. E. T. Oldfield 


do 


do 


G. Broadfoot 


Madras 


do 


G. H. M'Grcgoir 


Bengal 


do 


G. W. Lloyd 


do 


94th Dec. 1843. 


R. W. Wilson 


do 


do 


F. S. Hawkins 


do 


do 


J. K. Luard 


Madras 


do 


F. Blundell 


do 


do 


C. W. Young 


do 


do 


J. Campbell 


do 


do 


P. Anstruther 


do 


do 


H, Moore 


Bengal 


do 


W. H. Simpson 


Madras 


do 


F. A. Read 


do 


do 


T. T. Pears 


do 


do 


R. C. Moore 


do 


do 


G. P. Wymer 


Bengal 


do 


C. F. Wild 


do 


do 


J.Tulloch 


do 


do 


L. R. Stacey 


do 


do 


G. W. Moseley 


do 


do 


J. McLaren 


do 


do 


A. F. Richmond 


do 


do 


C. R. W. Lane 


do 


do 


W. J. Thompson 


do 


do 


F. S. Sotheby* 


do 


do 


H. Delafosse 


do 


do 


C. D. Blair 


do 


do 


T. Seaton 


do 


do 



* Since retired from the service. 



ORDER OF THE BATH— conttnuMi. 



29 



Rank. 



Major 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Colonel 

'Lieut* Col. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Major 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Lieut. CoL 

Major 
Lieut. Col. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

od 



Name. 


Establuhm, 


Date, 


J. H. Craigie 


Bengal 


24th Dec. 1842 


J. Ferris 


do 


do 


W. Anderson 


do 


do 


J. B. Backhouse 


do 


do 


T. H. Scott 


do 


do 


R. Leech 


Bombay 


do 


F. Mackeson 


Bengal 


do 


W. Pattle 


do 


4th July 1843 


C. Waddington 


Bombay 


do 


A. T. Reid 


do 


do 


J. Uoyd 


do 


do 


M. Stack 


do 


do 


J. Outram 


do 


do 


W. Wyllie 


do 


do 


W. J. Browne 


do 


do 


P. F. Story 


Bengal 


do 


J. T. Leslie* 


Bombay 


do 


A. Woodburn 


do 


do 


C. H. Delamain 


do 


do 


M. F. WiUoughby 


do 


do 


W. T. Whitlic 


do 


do 


G. Fisher 


do 


do 


J. Jackson 


do 


do 


A. Tucker 


Bengal 


do 


S. J. Stevens 


Bombay 


do 


E. Green 


do 


do 


W. B. G. Bienkins 


do 


do 


G. Huish 


Bengal 


27 th Sept. 


H. C. Rawlinson 


Bombay 


9th Feb. 1844 


W. A. Yates 


Bengal 


and May 


G. E. Gowan 


do 


do 


A4 Pope 


do 


do 


E. Biddulph 


dD 


do 


C. Hamilton 


do 


do 


B.J.Smith 


do 


30th Oct. 


J.G.Drummond 


do 


do 



ORDER OF THE ROYAL HANOVERIAN 

GUELPHIC. 

KNIGHT COMMANDER. 
Captain | Sir J. N. R. Campbell* | Madras | 

KNIGHT. 
Surgeon | James Biirnes | Bombay | 

* Since retired from the service. 
Ca 



so 



BENGAL. 



ORDER OF THE DOORANEE EMPIRE* 





FIRST CLASS. 




Bank. 


Name, 


EstablUhm. 


Date, 


Lieut. Col. 


Sir CM. Wade, Knt.* t,Bengal 


39th June 1841 


SECOND CLASS. 




Lieut. Col. 


James Outram* 


Bombay 


16th Oct. 1840 


Major 


Alex.C.Peat* 


Bombay 


20th Feb. 1841 


Lieut. Col. 


James Parsons 


Bengal 


36th Mar. 


Major 


William Garden 


do 


do 


do 


Elliott D. Todd, KX.S. 


do 


do 


do 


George Thomson* f 


do 


8th June 


Colonel 


Abraham Roberts* 


do 


15th do 


Major 


G. H. M*Gregor* 


do 


7 th Sept. 


Lieut. Col. ;HuRh M.Wheelei* 


do 


Hbth Feb. 1843 


Major Gen. iKdw. H. Simpson 


do 




THIRD CLASS, 




Lieut. Col. 


Bentham Sandwith* 


Bombay 


4th Aug. 1840 


Lieut. Col. 


Neil Campbell 


do 


35th do 


do 


Foster Stalker * 


do 


20th Nov. 


do 


Henry F. Salter 


Bengal 


do 


Colonel 


Thomas Monteaih* 


do 


19th Jan. 1841 


Captain |J. D. D. Bean 


do 


1st Feb. 


Lieut. Col. 


C. M. Carmichael* 


do 


9th do 


Captain 


David Davidson 


Bombay 


26th Mar. 


Major 


Crawford Hagart 


do 


18th May 


do 


C. Griffith 


Bengal 


7tb Sept. 


do jJ. Eraser* 


do 


du 


Captain i A. Wall 


do 


do 


do JA.G.F.J.Younghusband 


do 


do 


Major 


Henry Hancock 


Bombay 


17th do 


Captain 


F. Wheler 


Bengal 


24th do 


Major 


Thomas McSherjy 


do 


22nd Oct. 


Surgeon James Atkinson 


do 


17 th Dec. 


Lieut. Col. 


Joseph Orchard* 


do 


15th Feb. 1842 


Captain 


H. Garbett 


do 


3nd Feb. 1843 


Lieut. Col. 


L. R. Stacy 


do 


3rd Nov. 


do 


James Maclarcn* 


do 


14th Dec. 


Colonel 


G. P. Wymer» 


do 


34th July 1844 


Lieut. Col. 


David Cuninghame 


Bombay 




do i 


George Warren 


Bengal 




do 


Peter L. Pew 


do 





• C. B. 



f Retired* 



ORDER OF THE DOORANEE EMPIRE~fo««rf. 3| 



Rank. 


:2V<ime. 


Establishm, 


1 

1 Date. 


Lieut. Col. 


John S. H. Weston 


Bengal 


1 
1 


do 


John A. Thompson 


do 




Major 


Robert A. Thomasf 


do 




do 


William Alexander 


do 




do 


Frederick Mackeson* 


do 




do 


C. J. Ccnnyngham 


Bombay 




do 


Robert Leech* 


do 




Captain 


Hugh Johnson 


Bengal 





C.B. 



t Retired. 



iis|8s.i r~||'ssp 



» | II I8S2I 



5 -hsSjMs^' (jaSiS^Sti 



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g o o jnoo I j e g go joo o [ | 

I I lasai 15 II i832T~r 






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S|SSiSS| II ssgass, | \li% s 

^ _« i"=s's 

ssaass i 1 1 agsi 1 1 1 i s-;! I 

=r^= I g ° » 2 

issssai II ISSSSSI I |^|1 I 



IgSSSSI II |S8Bggl I sl£f .; 
T I I a^2 TTi Ti I s ?g I i ||l"' 

S:SSS3S5S| I I ©^«M«>-»I I [£-;r^ 






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^limii 11*11111.11111 si I 



34 



GRADATION LIST. OF OFFICERS 

OF TBB 

BENGAL, MADRAS, AND BOMBAY PRESIDENCIES. 



Note»—» G. C. B. t K* C. B. ^ C. B. 



GENERALS. 
1838. 
' 1775 Sir H. M'Leanf 28 June Mad. Inf. 

1841. 
1776 A. Cuppage 23 Nov. Mad. Inf. 

1782 C. Ruinley do. Mad. Cav. 
1779 T. Clarke do. Mad. Alt. 

LIEUTENANT-GENERALS. 
1837. 

1783 Sir I. Doveton* 10 Jan. Mad. Cav. 
1782 N. Forbes da Mad. Inf. 

1779 J. W. Morris da Bom. Inf. 

1789 T. Marriott da Mad. Inf. 

1841. 
1788 T. Boies 23 Nov. Mad. Inf. 

1790 Sir H. Frasert da Mad. Inf. 
1793 Sir H. S. Soottt da Mad. In£ 

MAJOR<^ENERALS. 
1837. 
1788 H. S. Osborne 10 Jan. Bom. Inf. 
l788SirJ.L.CaldweUt da Mad.Eng. 

1781 G. Caipentei da Ben. InC 

1788 W. Roome da Bom. InH 

1780 J. L. Richardson da Ben. la£, 
179S Sir D. Ldtghtonf da Bom. Inf. 

1789 J. Welsh da Mad. Inf. 
1788 Sir T. ConeDisf do. Bom. Inf. 
1795 Sir J. RusseUt do. Mad. Cav. 

1782 M. White da Ben. Inf. 

1790 E. Boardman da Mad. Inf. 

1793 D. C. Kenny do. Mad. Inf. 
1790 J. MarshaU da Mad. InH 
1795 R. Podmore da Mad. Inf. 

1794 Sir R. Houstount do. Ben. Cav. 

1795 J. Gteenstreet da Ben. Inf. 
1794 C. Fagan da Ben. Inf. 

1793 W. Croxton da Ben. Inf. 

1794 Sir J. R. Lumley t da Ben. Inf. 

1796 M. L. Pereira da Mad. Inf. 
1792T.P0D0I4 da Mad. Inf. 

1795 Sir John Reset da Ben. Inf. 

1796 G. R. Kemp da Bom. Inf. 
1790 J. Munro da Mad. Inf. 



MAJOR-GENERALS— (eenlmwd). 
1837. 
1796 C. T. G. Bishop 10 Jan. Mad. Inf. 

1796 J. A. P. Macgregor -da Ben. Inf. 

1794 Sir J.Prendargast,Kt.do. Mad. Inf. 
1793 Sh: W. Richardst do. Ben. Inf. 

1795 A. Duncan . da Ben. InC 
1793 Sir T. WhitAeadt da Ben. Inf: 

1796 R. J. Latter da Ben. Inf. 

1792 T. Stewart do. Mad. Inf. 

1797 J. F. Dyson da Bom. Infl 
1797 W. D. CleiJaiid da Bom. Inf. 

1793 W. H. Perluns da Ben. Infl 
1797 Sir J. DovetOD f ^ 3f ad. Cav. 

1792 A. Fair^ do. Mad. Inf.* 

1794 D. Mcpherson da Bcb. Inf. 

1796 Sir J. L. Lushhigton* do. Mad.Cav. 

1797 B. W. D. Sealy da Bom. Inf. 
1797 W. C. Fraser da Mad. In£ 

1795 W. Gilbert do. Bom. Inf. 

1838. 
1795 B. Kennett 28 Jane Bom. InC 

1794 W. Innes4: da Ben. InL 

1795 J. p. Dimbn da Bon-CaT. 

1795 A. Aitdiison da Bom. Inf. 

1796 A. Hogg do. Bom. InC 

1797 C. Hodgson da Bom. Art. 
1801 R. Whiah da Bom. Art. 

1793 A. Andrews^ da Mad. Inf. 
1790 J. Ahmuty do. Ben. Art. 
1795 J. Cock 28 June Ben. InC 

1794 C. Madeodt da Mad. Inf. 

1795 T. Gamer da Ben. Inf. 

1796 R. PitBMB^ da Ben. InC 

1797 E. W. Shuldham da BomtlnC 

1798 R. H. Yates da Mad. Inf. 

1797 J. Mayne:^ da Bom.Iafl 

1799 W. Sandwith^ da Bom. Inf. 

1795 M. Boyd da Ben. IvL 

1796 J. Maclnnes da Ben. tat, 
1799 J. F. Salter^ da Bom. Inf. 
1799 SirE.GJSt«nnas, KLt da Bom. Inf. 

1794 P. Byres da Ben. Inf. 

1795 E. Cartwright do. Ben. Inf. 

1798 H. G. A. Taylort da Mad. In 



GRADATION LIST. 



36 



MAJOR-GENERALS— (cow^wwrf). 
1838. 



i;M A. Richard54: 28 June 

1/96 SirJ.Sutherland,K.L.S. do. 



1^ H. Bowenj: do. 

1^94 A. Watson do. 

1785 W. Dlclcson^: do. 

1797 J. W. Fast do. 

1797 J. Durant do. 

179B B. B. Parlbyt do. 

1J98 H. Hodgson do. 

1797 F. D. BaUantine do. 

1798 SirR.H.Cunliffe,Bt.:jLdo. 
1/98 W. CJapham 
179B J. Truacott 
1798 J. Woulfe 

1797 G. Waugh 

1798 E. M. G. Showeis 
1798 W. Woodhonse 

1798 F. W. WOmm^ 

1795 J. Tombs 

1797 J. U. CoUette 
1790 G. L. Wabab 
1868 P. Camaaa 
V97J.Cttftae 

1799 R. West 

1800 G. Jaduon 

1796 H. Uuthintte 
1796 T. Wilaont 
ITSSF.Y.Riqiar 
1888 G. Sinner 

IttS^SkCPoUoA* 
17KS.GoodM]aw 
1881 A. Uodiigr^ 

17BBR.A.WJBb 

1798 J. S. 

1788 J. 

I797P.D»ianott«( 
l^^-KauMly. 
IMO W. B. GObmt 
1798 T. p. smitk 

lW£.Rced«ickt 
17»G.a 

18»A. 

l^H.B(mdl«r 
^?» P. Lodwick 



do. 

da 

do. 

da 

do. 

da 

da 

do. 

do. 

da 

da 

da 

da 

da 

da 

da 

da 

<ku 

do^ 

da 

<kv 

do.. 

da. 

d» 

da. 

da. 

da 

da 

da 

da 

da 

do. 

do. 



l»4Sirj:F.DuiMtai,BI. da 

l*n^.1llQne dOw 

17BI B. H. SUnpMii da 

179lSI»W.lfotff do. 

l^G'CooiNK da 

13 S.H.TWI d<te 



Ben. Inf. 
Bom. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Cav. 
Mad. Cav. 
Bea Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Bom. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Mad. Art. 
Mad. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Ben. Cav, 
Mad. Car. 
Mad. Iii£ 
MkuLCa*. 
Mad. lac. 
Mad.fiif. 
Mad. Inf. 
Ben.Iii£ 
Bealnll 
Bcalnll. 
Ben. Alt. 
BeaAitk 



Booblnfi 

Ota. Inc. 

BomtCMV 

BoakliiC 

BiD..In£ 

Bobrlafi. 

BoBuInC 
Mad. Inf. 
Bom. Inf. 
Bcn* ATt* 
BOn. Inf. 
BHblnr. 
BtaB« Iht* 
Boullit 
loC 



M AJOR-GENERALS— (cowftnwed). 

1838. 

800 J. Briggs 28 June Mad. Inf. 

798 H. Thomson do. Ben. Cav. 



1841. 

797 J. Kennedy^ 23 Nov, 

798 B. Roope do. 

799 P. Le Fevre do. 

798 Sir J. Bryant, Kt.t do. 

799 C.W.Hamilton do. 
799 T. Murray do. 

799 E. F. Waters4: do. 
798 J. Nesbitt do. 

798 W. M. Burton da 
804 W.S.Whi8h4: do, 

804 W. BatUnet do. 

800 G. Hunterj: do. 

799 R. C. Andr^ do. 

799 A. Galloway^: da 

798 E. Wyatt do. 

802 G. M. Steuart do. 

800 M. Cubbon da 
800 S. R. StioVcr do. 
800 H. T. Tapp do. 
706 T. Shubiick do. 

799 W. H.Jtaani da 
799 T. King da 
80e W.Montdth^ K.L.S. da 

805 M. Riddflll da 

799 J. T. Tmrman [do. 

800 R. L. Evanst da 
789W.MoilMDt • da 
800. T. Moigaa da 
888 L. a RumOt^ da 
794 D. McUod. da 

799 J* Unn da 
804W«Gu]leo da 
1800'J* Napitf. da 

803 D. Baa dsi 

800 J. OgilTie da 
l700SixJ.lI.X.itttot da 

801 W. Vinomt da 
809 T. Mamtt da 

799 1. A..HodfMm da 
880 S. SnitfaL da 

800 T. H. Pftnl da 
799 E. Bfeiton da 
798 H. T. Rdbortat da 
1800 J. T; OniMm da 
80f F: fteiinhanon do. 
808 F. Hbome da 



. Ben. Cav. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. In£. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Mad. Art. 
Ben. Art. 
Ben. Art. 
Ben. In£ ■ 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. In£, 
Mad. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Bom. Art. 
Ben. Inf. 
B«n. Cav. 
Ben. Inf. 
Mad.In£ 
Mad.Bnff. 
Mad. Can 
Mad. Inf. 
Mad^InC 
Mad. Act. 
Banwlnf: 
Boni. Aft.. 



laot 9l»n.FUtilicr,Bt* da 



BcalnC 
Blad.Ai«u 
IfMLlnC 
BooLlni;. 
Mad. Inf. 
BaainC 
BCD. Inf. 
Infl. 
Inf. 
.Cav;. 
Bealnf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Car. 
Mad. Inf. 
BonuInC 
Bom.InfL 
Bom. In£. 



S6 



GRADATION LIST. 



MAJOR-GENERALS— (con«ntt«d). 

1841. 

1798 J. Caulfield4: 23 Nov. Ben. Cav. 

1802 R. Tickdl^ do. Ben. Eng. 

COLONELS. 

1841. 

803 M. C. Webber 26 Dec Ben. Inf. 



800 J. Gibbon 
800 J. Heniy 
803 S. Hughes^ 



do. 
do. 
do. 



Bom. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Bom. Inf. 



1842. 



803 J. Shirreff 

804 C. R. Skardon 
.803 S. Swinhoe 
.800 J. Anderson 
803 H. Walpole 

802 P. M. Hay 
801 F.Young 

805 T. Monteath^ 

801 W. R. C. Costley 

803 R. Rich 

804 A. Cooke 
803 C. Herbert^: 
803 G. P.Wymert 

1843. 

803 A. Dick 

802 H. Cock^ 

804 G. Moore 
1798 W.Pattlet 

804 T. Fkides 

805 J. Perry 

802 H. Ross 
804 W. H. L. Frith 
804 J. Anderson 
t805 J. Holbrow 

806 J. Ketchen 

803 R. Taylor 
603 A. Roberts^ 
800 J. Morgan): 
802 C. A. G. Wallington 20 DecBen. Inf. 

1844. 



14 June Bom. Inf. 

do. Ben. Inf. 

23 do. Ben. Inf. 

7 July Ben. In£ 
do. Mad. Inf. 

26 Aug. Ben. Inf. 

3 Oct. Ben. Inf. 

4 do. Ben. Inf. 

22 do. Ben. Inf. 
19 Dec Ben. Inf. 

da Mad. Inf. 
do. Mad. Inf. 

23 do. Ben. Inf. 

8 Feb. Ben. Inf. 
10 Apr. Ben. Inf. 
26 May Ben. Inf. 

4 July Ben. Cav. 

9 Aug. Ben. Infr 
do. Mad. Inf. 
do> Mad. Inf. 
do. Ben. Art. 
do. Mad. Inf. 

3 NoY. Ben. Inf. 
10 do. Mad. Art. 
da Bom. Inf. 
do. Ben. Inf. 
da Mad. Inf. 



LIEUT.-COLONELS— (conrintMd). 



803 T. Oliver 
808 J. Peckett 
803 T. Pahner 

803 M. Bagnold 

804 D. G. Scott 



13 Mar. Ben. Inf. 

do Ben. Eng. 

16 Apr. Ben. Inf. 

- do Bom. Inf. 

7 May Ben. Inf. 



LIEUTENANT-COLONELS. 
1833. 



804 H. HaU^ 
810 J. G. Griffith 
800 J. Wilson 
810 A. Manson^ 
1804 S. Shaw 



9 Jan. Ben. Inf. 

6 May Bom. Art. 
S6da Mad. Inf. 
28 da Bom. Art. 
31 May Ben. Art. 



806 F. L. Doveton 

803 H. L. White 
[800 C. B. James 

800 J. H. DunstervUle 

804 A. Speirs 
.804 M. C. Paul 
803 C. Payne 

805 C. F. Wildt 

806 J. P. James 



1834. 



807 H. Bumey 
.809 J. Cheapet 
804 J. L0W4: 

803 J.Harris 

804 J. Tulkxd4 
.803 D. Harriott 

802 W. A. Yatest 

1835. 

804 L. R. Stacyt 

805 R. Powney 
[803 H. M. Wheeler^ 
1805 G. E.Gowant 

805 J. Stuart 

806 C. Ovanst 

806 W. H. Hewitt 

807 W. Strahan 

1836. 

803 J. Home 

804 G. W. A. Lloyd^ 
812 F. Haleman 
803 A. Tulloch^ 
816 A. B. Dyce 
803 F. Buckley 
807 J. W. Cleveland 

805 R. Blackall 
809 D. Capon 

803 G. B. Bell 

806 W. D. Robertson 
[805 J. Orchard^ 

804 J. Frushard 
809 D. Sim 

805 G. W. Moseleyj: 
805 N. Wallace 
811 C. M. Bird 



1837. 



805 J. Tetanant 
,805 J. Pereira 
804 T. G. Newell 

803 F. Hickes 
.806 C. Graham^ 
812 G. Sandys 

804 W. Burroughs 



da Mad. Cav. 

14 June Ben. InC 

8 July Bom. Inf. 
10 do. Bom. Inf. 

29 Aug. Ben. Inf. 

15 Sept. Ben. Inf. 

16 do. Bom. Inf. 

19 do. Ben. Inf. 
10 Oct. Mad. Inf. 

17 Jan. Ben. liat. 

22 da Ben. Eng. 

21 Feb. Mad. Inf. 

5 Apr. BeiL Inf. 

30 do. Ben. Inf. 

1 Sept. Ben. Cav. 

29 do. Ben. Inf. 

23 Feb. Ben. In 
3 Mar. Ben. Art. 

27 June Ben. Inf. 
SJuly Ben. Art. 

6 Aug. Ben. Inf. 

5 Sept. Bom. Inf. 
^Nov. Ben. Inf. 

24 Dec Mad. Inf. 

7 Jan. Ben. Inf. 

7 do. Ben. Inf. 

20 Feb. Mad. Inf. 

6 Mar. Mad. Inf. 

31 do. Mad. Inf. 
10 Apr. Ben. Inf. 
10 do. Mad. Inf. 

22 do. Ben. Inf. 

30 May Bom. Inf. 
30 do. Ben. Inf. 

25 July Bom. Inf. 
27 do. Ben. Inf. 

9 Aug. Ben. Inf. 

2 Sept. Mad. Eng. 

17 da Ben. Inf. 

8 Oct Ben. Inf. 
16 Nov. Mad. Inf. 

18 Jan. Ben. Art. 

27 do. Ben. Art. 

3 Apr. Mad. Inf. 

28 da Bom, Inf. 
27 do. Ben. Art. 
13 May Mad. Cav. 
27^SeptBen. Inf. 



PRADATION LIST. 



87 



LIEUT.-COLONELS— (eontta««0. 
1837- 
1810 B. Sandfdth^ 9N<nr. Bom. Cat. 

ISM J. Eckfixd 11 do. Ben.Iiif. 



1838. 
1805 S. Spedc 

1803 M. Soppitt 

1809 J. Sttthertand 

1804 P.Whan&eU 

1805 A. Hervey 
18(6 S. W. Stedj: 

1806 J. L^gRCtt 

1810 F. Sdrakr 

1811 J. H. Winbott 

1803 W. SpQlcr 

1804 H. D. RobertMB 

1807 G. Moore 
1807 T. LdghtoQ 
1818 F. SUlkert 
1810 G. R. JerviB 

1804 M. Tweedie 

1805 C. M. Canniduidt 
1818 H. L. Wonall 
1800 J. Blair 

1807 J* B. Heuaef 

1839. 
18U5 G. R. Pemberton 
18U D. Macleod 

1808 F. DerrOle 
1804 S. D. Riley 
1816 D. Cuningtaame 

1804 C. D. Dun 

1806 J. Madarent 

1806 P. L. Pew 

1805 J. PanoDs 
1818 G. Wanen 

1807 H. F. Salter 

1805 R.BcnMn 
1807 T. M. Taylor 
1813 M. Dovker 

1806 H.Saigent 
1804 R.Roai 

1804 G. KingrtOB 

1803 G. J. Wihon 

1805 fLFeinie 

1804 O. Stttbbs 

1806 L.W.Wataon 
1810 J. Gamault 

1805 A. Popet 
18U9 J. S. H. Werton 
1810 J. Wallace 
18U6 E. Biddulphi 



SlJan. Ben. Inf. 
26 do. Bom. Inf. 
28 Feb. Bom.Cav. 

5Mar.Mad.Inr. 
16 do. Ben. Inf. 

9 Apr. Mad. Inf. 

3 June Mad. Inf. 

4 da Bom. Art 
15 June Mad. Infl 
28 do. Bom. Inf. 
98 da Bom. Inf. 
28 June Bom. Inf. 
28 do. Bom. Inf. 
28 da Bom. Inf. 
28 da Bom.Eng. 

6 Sept Mad. Inf. 

lNov.Ben.Cav. 
18 da Ben. Cav. 

2 Dec Ben. Inf. 
28 da Ben. Car. 



13 Feb. 

19 Mar. 

20 do. 
19 Apr. 

29 da 

4 May 
23 July 
23 da 
23 do. 
23 July 
23 da 

30 da 

5 Aug. 
98 da 

2Sept 
3da 
4da 
8 Oct 

do. 

do. 

da 

da 
4 Not. 
13 da 
23 da 

6 Dec. 



Ben. Inf. 
Mad. Cav. 
Had. Art 
Ben. Inf. 
Bom.Cav. 
Mad. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Art 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben.lDC 
Ben. Cav. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Cav. 
Mad. Inf. 
Mad. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Ben. Inf. 
Bom. Inf. 
Ben.In£ 
Ben. In£ 
Mad. Inf. 
Mad.lBf. 
Ben. Car. 
Ben. Int 
Mad. Inf. 
Ben. Art 



LIEUT..COLONELS— <con«iniMii). 
1838. 

JSiS E* 3!<«>^:onMriet 20 Dec.Mad.Art 
1805R.Hawkca 23 da Bfln.C8v. 



184a 

1808 A. F. Richmond^ 
1S05 C. Godby 

1816 J. BeU 
1810 G. Connn 

1817 T. Manhan 

1804 D. WUliamaon 
1810 C. D. wnktauon 

1806 W. Taylor 

1807 M. Ramuy 
1810 W. Watkina 
1810 J. Smith 

1809 J. Laurie 

1810 F. P. Lester 
1810 F. Bond 
1819 J. E. Williams 
1819 M. M'NeiU 
1810 S. Bullock 
1813 R. Delamain 
1816 F. T. FaireU 

1841. 
1810 W. H. ManhaU 
1803 T. RobimoD 

1818 R. Alexander 

1816 C. J. COnyogham 

1808 R. A. Stedman 

1805 W. W. Foord 

1817 J. D. Stokei 
1808 R. W. Wilionf 
1817 F. S. Hawkimt 



24 Jan. Bea Int 

1 Feb. Ben. Int 

15 Feb. Mad. Int 

26 da Mad. Art. 

27 do. Bom. Int 
S8 da Ben. Int 
26 Mar. Ben. Int 
13 June Mad. Int 
18 July Ben. Int 
31 do. Mad. Int 
3 Aug. Mad. Cav. 

5 da Mad. Int 
9 do. Bom. Art 

13 do. Mad. Art 
24 Sept. Mad. Int 
30 da Mad. Cav. 
10 Oct Mad.Cav. 
7 Nov. Bea Int 
S9da Bom. Int 

4 Jan. Ben. Int 
17 da Ben. Int 
83 da Mad. Int 

6 Mar. Bom.Car 

10 da Ben. Ca^. 

11 da Ben. Int 

5 Apr. Mad. Int 
26 May Ben. Int 
26 da Ben. Int 



1817 W. J. Butterworth^ 17 June Mad. Int 



1818 J. K. Luaid^ 
1804 J. Graham 

1819 J. Kerr 
1811 E. Gantin 

1806 G. Hiitchinna 
1816 A. DenriUe 
1804 R. Home 

1807 J. B. Smith 

1818 R. J. H. Vivian 
1813 W. N. Fsrbet 
1811 C. Cathoart 

1819 Thoi. L. Green 
1810 A. Camegy 
1816 F. H. Ely 
1806 N. Penny 



23 da Mad. Int 
11 July Ben. Int 
26 Aug. Mad. Int 
28 do. Ben. Eqg. 
1 Sept Mad. Int 
10 da Mad. Int 
17 da Ben. Int 

14 Oct. Ben. Int 

15 do. Mad. Int 

22 do. Ben. Eng 
28 do. Bom. Int 
31 do. Mad. Int 

5 Nov. Ben. Int 
da Mad. Int 

23 do. Ben. Int 



I 



1817 Sir E. A. Campbell^ da Bea Cav. 
1806 G. Tomkyns S3 Nov. Ben. Inf. 



38 



GRADATION LIST. 



LIEUT.'COLO(NELSH«Nifin»MD 

UMl. 

1818 H. 6. Roberts 83 Nov.Saiii. Inf. 

1817 W. Cavaye da Bom. Inf. 

1816 D. Forbes do. Bom. Inf. 

1818 H. Sandwith do. Bom. Inf. 
1806 J. J. Fanix^gton da Ben. Art. 
1810 F. Strat<ni do. Mad. Cav. 

1805 J. L. Earle 24 Dec. Ben. Inf. 

1806 C. R. W. Lane^ 86 do. Boo. Inf. 

1842. 

1807 W. J. Gaixdner 12 Jan. Ben. Inf. 
1S07 W. BurltoD 13 da Ben. Cav. 

1804 H. Norton 8 Feb. Ben. Inf. 
1806 G. Brooke 28 da Ben. Art 
I8I8 J. Yaldwyn 15 Mar. Mad. Inf. 

1805 H. Moberly 18 Apr. Mad. Inf. 
1815 J. J. Underwood 9 May Mad. Eog. 

1806 B. R. Hitchins 12 da Mad. Inf. 

1805 S. Moody 14 June Ben. Inf. 

1818 W. L. WaUams 28 da Mad. Inf. 

1807 E- E. Bruce 29 da Mad. Inf. 
1804 E. Gwatkin 1 July Ben. Infl 

1806 C. S. J. Giant 7 do. Mad. Inf. 

1819 H. Conyngham 84 Aug. Ben. Cav. 

1804 G. Young 86 da Ben. Inf. 

1818 W. Justice 99Scpt. Mad. Iii£. 

1819 J. Clough SOct. Mad. bit 
1D05 T. Dickennn 3 da Ben. laL 

1805 H. C. M. Cox 82 da Ben. Inf. 

1808 C. Corentry IdDec Ben. Inf. 

1807 J. Hoggin ^ da Ben. Inf. 
1B19 O. Huisht 83 da Ben. Int 
1810 G. Dods 83 da Mad. Inf. 
1813 F. BlundelM: 83 do. Mad. Art 

1818 C. W. Youafft S3 da Mad.Inf: 

1819 J. Campbdlt S3 da Mad.In£. 

1818 T. B. Forafeer 88 da Mad. Inf. 
1813 F. F. Whinyates 31 da Mad. Art. 

1843. 

1819 J. A. Howden 2 Jan. Mad. Inf. 

1817 A. Clarke 6 da Mad. Int 

1818 G. Fryer 7 do* Mad.In£; 
1817 C. Hamiltoi4 19 da Ben. Inf. 

1819 E. Armstrong da Mad. Inf. 

1817 J. R. Ouseley » feb. Ben. Int 
1807 L. Bruce 10 Apr. Ben. Inf. 

1818 C. WaddiqgtOQt 10 May Bom. Eng. 



LlEVT^OLOKELS^{eontinU9tO, 

IMS. 

I8D8 W. H. Sleeman 86 da Ben. Inf. 

1813 A. T. Rddt 4 July Bom. inf. 

1817 J. Lloydt do. Bom. Art. 

1814 M. Stackt da Bool Cav. 

1818 J. Outramt da Bom. Inf. 

1818 W. Wylliet do. Bom. Inf. 

1819 W. J. Brownet do. Bom. Inf. 
1824 P. F. Storyt do. Ben. Cav. 

1820 A. Woodbiitnt do. Bom. Inf. 
1817 J. B. Syers 9 Aug. Ben. Inf. 
1820 C. W. Giant 16 do. Bom. Eng. 
1823 G. Grantham 17 da Mad. Inf. 
1819 H. Cracklow 19 da Bom. Inf. 
1805 J. a Clarkaon 81 do. Ben. Inf. 

1815 W. Prescott 28 da Mad. Inf. 
1807 J- Wilson 31 Oct. Mad. Inf. 
1809 H. Lawrence 3 Nor. Ben. In£ 
1817 J* A. Thompson 10 da Ben. Inf. 
1811 R. Budd 11 do. Mad. Inf. 
1807 J. G. Dxunun(md^20Dec. Ben. Inf. 



1844. 



1806 G.Blake 
1814 A.InriMt 

1816 E. J. Smith 

1817 E. W. Jones 

1807 6. Hicks 
1813 C.Hosmer 

1806 H. F. Caley 
1805 H. C. Barnard 

1807 H. Dick 

1808 O. Phillips 
1808 W. H. Earle 
1810 W.Mactier 
1810 W. Garden 
1812 L. Nash 

1810 W. Geddes 

1811 T. Sanders 
1817 H. J. White 



1^ Jan. Ben. Art. 
19Mb.Ben.Siis. 

19 do. Ben. Eqg. 
22 da Bom. JnL 
13 Mar. Bealnf. 
26 do. Mad. Art. 
16 Apr. Ben. Inf. 
30 Apr. Ben. Inf. 

da Bealnf. 

do. Bea Inf. 

da Ben. Inf. 

do. Ben. Car. 

do. Ben. Inf. 

da Bealnf. 

do. Bea Art. 

do. Ben. Art. 

da Ben. Inf. 



1880 C. E. T. Oldfield^ da Ben. Car. 
1880 J. Alexander da Bea Art. 

1820 J. T. Lane do. Ben. Art. 

1811 J. Saunders 3 July Bom. Inf. 

1806 G.G.Denniss 18 da Ben. Art. 

1808 W. B. Girdlestone 18 Sept. Ben. Inf. 
1811 J* Fullarton 25 do. Mad. Inf. 



BENGAL. 



Ds 



40 



BENGAX. 



WitcUi^iMtital lS0taIiU0timent 



See or Calcutta. 

1832 The Right Rev. Daniel Wilson, D.D. ..Lord Bishop of 

Calcutta. 

1835 The Ven. Thomas Deal try, LL.B Archdeacon. 

1 839 The Rev. J. H. Pratt, A.M Domestic chap, to 

the Lord Kishop. 

1816 William Henry Abbott Registrar and Se- 
cretary. 







CHAPLAINS. 




*o»-i 








§1^ 


1 


Name. 


SlaHoH. 


1814 


TheRe\ 


r.Henry Fisher, A.M. 


Senior presid. chaplain 


1822 




Hodgson R. Shepherd, A.B. 


Dacca 


1823 


— 


Henry S.Fisher, A. B. 


Senior presid. chaplain 


1824 


... 


Edward White, A.M. 


Singapore 


1827 


— 


Anthony Hammond, A.B. 




1828 




Wm. Orde Ruspini, A.M. 


Senior, St James church, 
Calcutta 






John Bell, A.M. 


Saugror 




— 


Thomas Dealtry, LL.B. 


Archdeacon 


1829 


— 


Robert Everest, A.M. 


Neemuch 




— . 


J. T. Jones, B.A. 




1830 


— 


Henry Pratt, A.M. 


Nusseerabad 


1831 


— 


Henry Hutton, A.B. 


Dum Dum 




— 


Robt. Bruce Boswell,A.B. 


On furlough 


1832 


— 


Midgley J. Jennings, A.B. 


Kussowlee 




_ 


William Sturrock, A.B. 


Patna 


1833 


.. 


Arthur Hamilton, 


Moulmein 


1834 


-i- 


John H. A. Rudd, B.A. 


Futteghur 




— 


John Vaughan, A.B. 


Subathoo 


1835 


— 


Fredk. A. Dawson, M. A. 


Jiibbulpoor 


1830 




Robert P. Brooke, M.A. 


Landour and Musscorie 



ASSISTANT CHAPLAINS. 



1837 1 TheRev.Ralph Eteson, 

1838 — Arthur Browne Spry, B.A. 

— John Henry Pratt, M.A. 

— Charles Garbett, B.A. 

— Frederick Fisher, B.A. 



1839! 



Garrison, Fort William 
Bareilly 

Chaplain to bishop 
Luck now 
Chinsurah 



ECCLESIASTICAL ESTABLISHMENT. 



41 



ASSISTANT CHAPLAINS— cwwtiittft/. 




1840 



1841 



1842 
1841 
1843 



843 



1844 



ThcEcv.Jas. Young Becher, B^. 

— Hen. Aug. LoTcday, B.A. 

— J(An Scott, B.A. 

— Joseph James Carshore, 
— > William Winchester,M.A. 

— Richard Panting^ M.A. 

— Robert Morgan Prioe,B»A. 

— Anthony Garstin, 
«- Horatio Moule, M«A. 

— Walter J. Whiting, M«A. 

— Thomas Wood, B. A. 

— George F. Lunb, B.A. 

— James F. Sharpe, B.A. 

— Charles AcUnd, M.A« 

— Rich.BroughMaltb]r,M.A. 
«— ChasJamesQuartley^M.A. 
^ John Nicholas Noigate, 

— Edward K.Maddock,M.A. 

— Henry Thomas, M.A* 

^ GeoJUfied F. Saulez^B.A. 

— James Coley, M.A. 

— C. H. B. Gladwin, M.A. 
' — H. H. Harington, M.A. 

— Herbert Lascelles> B.A. 

— Geo. W. Mariiott, M.A. 

— Wm. Topley Humphrey 

— Robt. Jas. Bland, B.A. 

— James Boustead, M.A. 

— Henry Boys, M.A. 

— Francis Hinde, B.A. 

— Julian Robinson, MtA* 



Mcerut 

Delhi 

Ghazeepore 

Cawnpore 

Berhaxnpoie 

Peoang 

Agra 

Sylhet 

Chittagong 

Umballa 

Dinapoie 

Chunar 

Benares 

Sukkur 

Agra 

Additional, Mcerut 

Garrison, Fort William 

Allahabad 

Cawnpore 

Barrackpore 

Goruckpore 

Dinapore 

Allahabad 

Arracan 

Assam 

Fcrozcpore 

Midnapore 



MINISTERS OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 

1S32 Th^evJames Charles I Presidency 

1 836 ^ Wm. Hope Mieklcjohn | Do 



D3 



42 



BENGAL. 



Militaw! m^ublin^^mmu 



PERSONAL STAFF OF THE GOVERNOR -GENERAL OF INDIA. 



Name and Rani. 



Corps. 



Mr. Cba» S. Hardinge 
Major A. W. Fitzroy Somerset 

R. B.Wood 

Capt,,'R.'S. Maclean 

W.R. Merries 

Lieut. J. Munro 

P. A. P. BouVerie 

Comet,C. H.Nicholetts 
Major A, Abbott, C.B. 
Lt.Cof.C. E. T. Oldfield, C.B. 
Capt,* J. Leeson 

Major L. Brown (Bom.) 
Capt. . J. Jacob (do) 

R. Henderson (Mad.) 

G. Rcid 

Surg, . J. T. Pearson, M.D. 




H.M.S. 
do 

2d N.L 
H.M.S. 
lOlh Lt. Cav. 
35th Lt. Inf. 

1st Lt.Cav. 
Artillery 

5th Lt. Cav. 
42d Lt. Inf. 

5th N.I. 
Artillery 
Engineers 

1st Lt. Cav. 
jMed. Est. 
] 



Priv. Sec 
Military do 

Aides-de- 
camp 

I Extra do 



) Honorary do 



Capt,,C. D. Dawkins 

W. Mayne 

Lieut, N. B. Chamberlain 

W. Fisher 

J. Munro 

Comet R. G. Taylor 
Aist.Surg.H. Walker 



BODY GUARD. 

nth Lt. Cav. 
37th N.I. 
I6th do 
lOth L.C. 

do 
nth do 
Med. Est. 

Facingi — Dark Blue. 



3Apr. 834 
ioFeb.844 

do 
25Jan. 844 
lOFeb. 

do 
aoJan. 841 



Surgeon 



Commandant 
2nd in commd. 
Adjutant 



Surgeon 



PERSONAL STAFF OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 



Lieut. Col. 3. B. Gough, C.B. 
Major . ..R.Smith 

Lieut A.Bagot 

Major . • • F. R. £vans 

Lieut A. S. Galloway 

Major . . . H. Havelocky C.B. 
M, Surg, . J. £. Stephens^ M.D. 



H.M.S. 

28th N I. 
15th N.L 
aoth N.I. 
3d Lt. Cav. 
H.M.S. 
do 



22Aug.843 
do 
4 Sept. 
11 do 
1 6Aug.844 
22 do 843 



HER MAJESTY'S FORCES. 



Maj. Gen. . Sir H. G. Smith, K.C.B. 

Sir Rob, Sale, G.C.B. 

Major . . . C. Douglas 
Surgeon J. F. Clarke, M,D. 



6Mar.840i 
29 do 844| 
23Aug.839 

5Sept.843 



Military Src. 
Aide-de-Camp 

do 

do 

do 
Persian Interp, 
Surgeon 



Adj. gen. 
Qr.mas.gen. 
Brigade major 
Insp.gen. hosp< 



MILII ARY ESTABLISHMENT. 



4S 



GENERAL STAFF. 



COMMANDER IN CHIEF IN INDIA. 

Hi3 Excellency the Hon. Gen. Sir HUGH GOUGH, Bart. G.C.B. H. M. S. 

assumed command 8th Aug. 1843. > • • •> 

OFFICERS ON THE DIVISION AND BRIGADE STAFF. 



Name and Rank, 



DAteof 
Appt. 



Station. 



COMMANDING DIVISIONS. 



Major Gen. J. W. Fast 

Sir J. Grey, K.C.B. (H.M.S.) 

J. Tombs 

Sir R. H. Dick, K.C.B., K.C.H. 

(H.M.S.) 
-^^— ^ E. Cart¥7right 

E. H. Simpson 

J, Alexander 



16 Apr. 840 
i3June 843 
i25Junc842 

24 Sept. 842 
17JaD. 843 

17 Mar. 843 
i3Sept.844 



Sirhind 
Mecrut 
Saugor 

Cawnporc 
Presidency 
Dinapore 
Benares 



Major Gen. C. W. Hamilton 

Sir J. H. Littler, K.C.B. 

G. Hunter^ C.B. 

W. R. Gilbert 



COMMANDING FIELD FORCES, 
a* Ut CltLSt Brigadiers. 

4Mar.840|Meywar 
7Apr. 843 Rajpootanah 



loNov.843Sukkur 
|ai June 844 On lincof thcSutledgo 



COMMANDING DISTRICl'S OR STATIONS, 
a* find ClasM Brigadiers. 
Major Gen.Sir J.Thackwell, K.C.B.,K.H. 

(H.M.S.) 

E. F. Waters, C.B. 

W. Vincent 



Brigadier . . M. C. Webber 
Major Gen. N. Wodehousc (H.M.S.) 
G. Cooper 



22 Jan. 840 
22 Apr.840 
5Jan. 842 
lODec. 842 
16 Jan. 843 



7Apr. 843 
24May 843 
i3Sept.844 
do 



Meerut 

Rohilcund&Kcmaoon 
Delhi. 

Lucknow 

Caw n pore 



Barrackpore 

Kurrachee 

Agra 

Umballah 



Brigadier . . H. N. Douglas (H.M.S.) 

■ S. Swinhoe 

W. R. C. Costley 

BRIGADIER. 

Brigadier W. H. L. Frith | 9Jan.842 | Dum Dum 

COMMANDANTS OF GARRISONS, 



Lieut. Col. J. Gibbs 
Major Gen. A. Watson 
Lieut. Col. C. H. Lloyd 



15Feb. 836 

22July 840 

3Dec. 843 



Buxar 

Allahabad 

Chunar 



44 



bengal; 



ADJUTANT-GENERALS' DEPARTMENT. 



Xame and-Rank^ 




StaHM, 



Major Gen. Sir J. R. 

Lumley, k.c.b. 
Maj. P. Grant 
Capt. J. R. Lumley 
Major C. Ekins 



! 



N.L 

59th do 
9th do 
7th L. C 



28 Nov. 883 

27"Oct. 843 
27 Oct. 843 
loNOY. 843 



Adj. Gen. of the Army. 

Deputy- Adj. do do 
1st Assist. do do 
2d do do do 



ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF ARTILLERY. 
Gapt. E. Buckle | Art. | loJune840 | Dum Dum 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANTS-GENERAL OF DIVISIONS. 



Major G. C. Ponsonby. 
Capt. F. W. Anson 
— J. Butler 
R. D. Kay 



llthLtCaT. 

IsthiN.I. 
3rd do 
2nd do 



14 Apr. 841 
1 Sept. 

8 Sept. 843 

9 Dec. 843 



Meerut 
Sirhind 
Saugor 
Dinapore 



DEPUTY ASSISTANT ADJUTANTS-OENERALOF DIVISIONS. 



Capt. W: Lydiard 

W.P.Milner 

— - C.Troup 



Major H. Hay 
Capt. P. La Tonche 
Major W. Ramsey 
Capt. C. Cheape 
Major T. Seaton, C.B. 
Capt. P. O'Hanlon 

- C. J. F. Burnett 

R. Hill 

G. Tylee 

- H. T. Tucker 

W. S. M^teath 

■ A. Balderston 



iithN.I. 
3 1st do 
4adi do 



21 June 843 
8 Sept. 
: 8 Dec. 



Benares 

Barrackpore 

Cawnpore 



BRIGADE MAJORS. 



lltfaL. C. 

7th n; I. 

4i8t do 
5i$t do 
35th do 

istLt.Cav. 

2d Eur. 
70ih N.I, 
53d do 

8th do 
69th do 
16th do 






17 June 825 

25 Aug. 826 

18 Sept. 829 
25 June 832 
13 Sept. 844 

do 

do 

dO/ 

do 

do 

do 

do 



) 



Rohilcund 
Rajpootanab 
Delhi 
Mfe3rwar 
Agra 

Loodianah 
Fcrozepore 
Lucknovr 
Meerut 
Barraokpore 
UmbaUah 
Sukkur 
Kurrachee 
•Cawnpore 



TOWN AND FORT MAJOR. 
Lieut. Col. G. Warren | istEor.Reg. | 5Mar.842 | Fort William 

FORT ADJUTANTB^ 



Capt. C. H. Marley 


Ittv.Est. 


21 May 830 Buxar. 


W. Stewart 


22nd N.L 


6 Jan. 832 Chunar 


W. S. Prole 


87th do 


1 7 Nov. 843 


Allahabad 


Lieut, Col. O. Phillips* 


56th do 


8 Apr. 844 


Fort William 



* And Superintendent of Gentlemen Cadets. 



MILH'ARY ESTABLISHMENT. 



45 



QUARTE R-MASTER-GENER ALS' DEPARTM ENT. 



Name and Rank* 




SlatioM, 



QUARTER-MASTER.GENERAL OF THE ARMY. 
Lieut. Col. W. Garden | 36th N. I. | 5 Nov. 841 | Army Hcad-quatrs. 

DEPUTY Q(;ARTER.MASTER-0ENERAL op the ARMY. 
U.Coi,J.G.Drunimoad,c.B. | N.L | 17 Jan. 843 | Cawnpore. 

ASSISTANT QUARTER-MASTERS-GENERAL OF THE ARMY. 
Major Robt.Codrington I 40th N.I. i 13 Jan. 84-2 j Sirhind. 
Capt. R. P. Alcock | 46th do. | do. | Cawnpore. 

DEPUTY ASSISTANT QUARTER.MASTERS-GENERAL OF THE ARMY. 

1st Class, 

Lieut. A M. Becher I 6lst N.L | 5 Nov. 841 I 

Lieut. Arthur Sanders | 44tk do. | 13 Jan. 849 | Presiden. (in charge) 

2ff(2 Class, 



Lieut. W. F. Tytlcr 
Capt. Geo. Reid 



9th L.C. 
1st do. 



b Nov. 841 I Head-quarte rs. 
17 Jan. 843 | Saugor. 



JUDGE ADVOCATE-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT, 



JUDGE ADVOCATB-OBNERAL. 
Lt. Col. R. J. H. Birch | I7th N. L | lO Mar.84l | Head-quarters. 

DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATBS.GENERAL. 



Capt.W. MacGeorge 7ist 
Maj.H.Moore,C.B. late«')4th 



Capt. J. Dyson 

K. Young 

W. Manin 

W. H. Rickards 

H. Cotton 



3 1st 

50th 

52d 

14th 

67th 



N.L 

do 
do 
N.L 
do 
do 
do * 



11 Jan. 836 
15 June 839 
23 Dec. 840 

2 June 841 
23 Dec. 842 

7 Jan. 843 
18 Feb. 



Meerut Division. 
Sirhind do 
Dinapore & Benares do 
Presidency do (Sinde) 
Cawnpore division 
W.Circ.Neemuch do 
Saugor do 



AUDIT DEPARTMENT. 



Maj. Gen. J. A. P. McGregor 
Capt. J. Roxburgh 

E. 6. J. Champneys 

Maj. H. p. Bum 



- N,.L 
39th do 
3.3rd do 

isc do 



26 Mar. 830 
13 May 840 
12 Sept. 842 
31 Oct. 84 2 



Military auditor- general 
1st Assist, mil. and.-gen. 
2d do do 

3d do do 



m 



BENGAL. 



PAY DEPARTMENT. 



Name auARani, 




SiattM. 



Capt. B. Bygravc 



PAYMASTER. 
I 5th NJ., I 15 Oct. 841 [Presidency 



Capt. T. F. Blois 

C. G. Fagan 

— J. BaTtlcman^ 

G. M.Hill 

T. Dalyell 

PAYMASTERS AND 
Capt. Hugh Boyd 

— — H. C. Boileau 

-^^ D. Simpson 
Maj, T. H. Scott, C.B. 
Capt. W. Jenris 



DEPUTY. PAYMASTERS. 

lith.N. I. 
8th L.C. 
44th N J. 
17th do 
4 2d do 



Meerut Circle 
Benares do 
Sirhind do 
Agra: da 



7 Jan. 835 

7 Sept. 838 
1 5 Sept. 841 
17 Oct. 842 

4 Au^ 843lCawiqiorBda 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF NATIVE PEN«IONBRS. 
13'Feb. 837:Meerutand Haupper 
27 Mar. 84 J {^ [and Monghjrt 



15th N.I. 
28th N.I./; 



29th do 
38 th L.I. 
42d do 



, 9 June 842 Allahabad 
25 Nov, |Oude and Cawnpore 
1 Mar. 844jBarrackpore 



MILITARY BOARD. 



Brigadier W.UX.Fnth 
Lr.Col.ComdtJ.Cheape, 

C.B. 
Lieut.Col.A.Irvine,C.B. 
W. Burlton 



Capt G. T. Greene Enghxeers 

.... A. Broome Artillery 
Lieut A. Dallas 1 6th N.L 



CQmdt.,art. »Jan« 842 



Chief eng. 

Engineers 

Com. gen. 



17 Feb. 841 
5 Mar. 835 
1 7 Nov. 843 
17 do 
24 Feb.. 840 
29 Dec. 843 



> Members ez officio. 

> Members. 

Secretary. 
1st Assist, do 
2d do do 



CLOTHING BOARD. 



Maj. Gen.X A. P. Mc Gregor 
— G, Cooper 
Brigadier W. H. L, Frith 
Colonel J, Peckett 
Lt. Col. Com. J. Cheape, c.b. 
Capt H. A. Roscawen 



Milir. And. Gen. 

N.T. 
Com. of Art. 
Engineers 
Chief Engineer 
54tb Ni,I. 



President. 
Member 

do 

do 

do 
Secretary 



N.B.— ^U ColoneU of Regiment$ who may be at the Pretidenq/ are entitled to tU a( 

thUBomrd, 



Major T. Sewell 

— — J. H, Simmonds 



AGENTS FOR ARMY CLOTHING. 

iith N.L I 14 Mar. 82 8 I 2d div.Fort Williui 
55th do I 31 Mar.841 | 1st div. Futtehgurh 



MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 

ARMY COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT, 



*r 



Na^e and'R4nk 




Station^ 



COMMISSARY-GENERAL. 
Lieut Col. W. Burlton | Lt. Cav. | 12 Apr. 837 | Presidency 

DEPUTY COMMISSARIES GENERAL. 



N.L 
38th do 



Licot. CoL J. Parsons 

LieutCoLF.S.Haw-i 

kins, c.B. [ 

ASSICTANT COMMISSARIES GENERAL. 

First CUut. 

12th N.L 
50th do 
4th do 



Mj.W. J.Tbompson c.b. 
Capt. Chas. J. Lewes 
— Hen. Doveton 



Second Class* 
Capt. Alex. Watt 
— Jas. Ramsay 
"Maj. J. C.Tudor 



d7tfa do 
8 5th do 
40th ilo 



iQApr. 937 
17N0V.843 



12 Apr. 837 
14 Aug. 
9 Oct. 838 



Meenit 
Presidency 



9 Mar.>'840 

2X)D6C. 842 

8 Jan. 844 



Meerut 

Nusseerabad 

Pnsadcncy 



Mecrat 



DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES GENERAL 

First Class, 

CaptW.Swatman 05tfaN.I. 

T.J.Nuthall 4(Jthdo 

— — Geo. Newbolt 3 1st do 
G. 'lliomson 40th do 



Second Class. 
Capt. W.B.Thomson 

F. Lloyd 

-^ R. S. Tickell 
■ — . H.Johnson 



(J7th N.I. 
19th do 
72d do 
26th do 



27 May 842 

20 Dec. 
8 Feb. 843 
8 Jan. 844 



23 Nov. 84 «i 

20 Dec. 
8 Feb. €43 
8 Jan* 644 



Dacca 

Cawnporfe 

Benares 



Ferozepore 
Dinapore 
Allahabad 
KusBOwlee 



SU B-ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES-GENERAL. 



CaptJ. C.Scott 

Geo. B. Rcddic 

— R. S. Simpson 
■ — Geo. Johnston 

J. D. Kennedy 

Major J. G.W.Curtis 
■— E. R, Mainwaringi 
Capt. W. W. Davidson 

C.B.Gwatkin 

■ — J. G. Gerrard 

C. J. Msunwaring 

C. J. Harrison 



20th N.I. 
29th do 
27th do 
46lh do 
25tn do 
3;th do 
16th do 
18th do 
60th do 

Ifit Eur. 

1st N.I. 
05th do 



1 Mar. 837 
17 Apr. 
6 Sept. 

Sept. 

20 Sept. 838 
9 Mar. 840 

1 Apr. 842 
27 May 

23 Nov. 
8 Feb. 843 
8 Mar. 
8 Jan. 844 



Saugor 

Neemuch 

Kurnaul 

Meenit 

Umballah 

Simla 

Cawnpore 

Loodianah 



Sukkur 

Nowgong 

Dinapore 



Henry Hugh Healey 
Isham Baggs 
William May 



WARRANT OFFICERS. 
CONDUCTORS. (3.) 

.. 23Tcb. 827 Landour 
. . 16 Sepi.830 Allahabad 
14 Apr. 844 



• • 



48 



BENGAL. 



ORDNANCE COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT, 



Name and Rank. 



Date of 
Appointment* 



Station, 



PRINCIPAL COMMISSARY AND INSPECTOR. 
Major H. Delafosse, c.b. | 18 Oct. 1844 | Allahabad 

DEPUTY PRINCIPAL COMMISSARY. 

Capt. Geo. H. Dyke | 4 Mar.i840 | Presidency 



COMMISSARIES. (C.) 



Capt. Hon. H. B. Dalzell 

F. R. Bazcly 

— - W. S. Pillans 

— G, G. Channer 
E. H. Ludlow 

— L H. Campbell 



18 Mar.1835 
26 Oct. 1838 
32 Apr. 1840 
17 June 
5 Aug 



24Junel843|Sukkur 



Ferozepore 

Delhi 

Agra 

Allahabad 

Exp. magazine 



Capt. C. S. lleid 
Capt. G. L. Cooper 



DEPUTY COMMISSARIES. (2.) 

15 Aug. i840tCawnpore 
24 June 1843 Delhi 



DEPUTY COMMISSARIES. («,) 



Lieut. John Cross 
Mr. Christ. McDonald 



27 May 1824 
22 Nov. 1843 



Penang 



ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES. (5.) 



Mr. George M*Dowell 

— William Gibson 
— > Edward Evans 

— Bamaby Murphy 

— Joseph Hamilton 



33 Feb. iR42|Chunar 
11 do 18431 Agra 
3 May Malacca 

6 Oct. Arsenal 

22 Nov. Allahabad 



DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES. (2.) 
Mr. William Raynor I 6 Oct. (Arsenal 



Mr. Edward Treston 

— John Fairweather 

— John Thompson 

— Thomas Spencer 

— William Hayward 

— William Cox 

— Geo. Forrest 

— Thomas B. Reilly 

— Joseph Green 

— Alexander Bethune 



CONDUCTORS. (40.) 



37 May 1824 
30 Sept.1825 

2.5 Nov. 

21 May 1830 

27 June 1833 

25 Sept. 

28 May 1834 

26 Sept. 1830 
34 Oct. 

3 Apr. 1837 






Agra 

Allahabad 
Arsenal 
Dum Dum 
Arsenal 

Do 
Ajmere 
Delhi 
Chunar 
Saugor 



ORDNANCE COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. 



49 



Conductors, 



Mr. Joseph Vyal 

— Henry Mitchell 

— Daniel Kelly 

— James Hind 

— William Deare 

— Robert Hunter 

— William Cowan 

— Robert Tilbury 

— Patrick Bentley 

— Mathew Fairlie 

— William Chardc" 

— William Staerck 
-— Sylvester Fox 

— John Frizzle 

— Rcb. Smith 
_ Francis Volkers 

— David Richmond 

— SanHiel T> ler 
^- Martin Lahey 

— Matthew Keane 

— William Parry 

— Terence Shiel 

— Thos. Whclan 

— Ckrisr. Antisell 

— Nicholas Reilly 

— Thos. Ltsbey 

— James Greene 

— Isaac Ward 

— Henry Farrell 



Appointed, 



Station, 



20 Nov. I837i Hansi depdt 
30 do Arsenal 

1 June 1838, Ajmere 
.10 June !Saugor 

5 Nov. I Arsenal 

13 Apr. 1839' Agra 

la Aug. I Ferozepore 

14 Dec. I Allahabad 
10 Apr. 1840 Cawnpore 

8 July Do 



1 8 Oct. 
18 June 1841 
4 Sept. 
1 8 Nov. 
23 Dec. 



Ajmere 

Do 
Dum Dum 
Allahabad 
Sukkur 



19 Jan. 18421 Arsenal 



23 Apr. 
16 Dec. 

3 Feb. 
11 do 
23 Apr. 

2 June 

1 Oct. 

0do 
16 do 
22 Nov. 



Saugor 
Delhi 
1843 Arsenal 
Arsenal 
Agra 
Arsenal 
Singapore 

I Arsenal 

'A^ra 
Do 



4 June 1 844' Sukkur 
4 Aug. j 

I 13 Sept.^ I 



Lewis Cordon 
Moses Shcels 
George GrayJ 



TOWN MAJOR'S LIST, 



24 Oct. 1836 
17 Dec. 1838 
8 Feb. 1842 



Ishapore 
Futtehghur 
Fort William 



SUPERINTENDENT OF COSSYPOEE FOUNDERV. 
Capt. A. Wilson | Art. | lo Nov. 841 | Cossypore 

AGENT FOR MANUFACTURE OP GUNPOWDER. 
Maj.W.Ander8on,C,B> | Art. | 2 Jan. 843 | Ishapore 

AGENT FOR GUN CARRIAGES. 

Maj. A. Abbott^ CB. | Art. | i Jan, 843 | Futtehghur 



e 



50 



BENGAL. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



NORTH WESTERN PROVINCES. 



Division, 



8th or Bareilly 

loth or Agra 

iith or Meerut 

12th or Kurnaul 

Fcrozepore 

Delhi 

Western Sirhind 

Kemaoon 

Khytul Road 

Loodianah 

Kussowlee 

Allyghur 




Major F. Abbott 
Capt. J. Glasfurd 
J. N. Sharp 

W. H. Graham 

R. Napier 

J.W.Robertson 

T. S. Irwin 

J. A. Wellcr 



Ganges Canal 



Dooab Canal 



f 
I 

) 
l 



Dhoon Canal 

Delhi Canal 

Canals West 1 
of Jumna j 

Mil. Road fromi 
Meerut to : 
Umbu'ilah j 



Lieut. E. I. Lake 
— — L R. Becher 

L Spens 

S. Pott 



Capt. P. T. Cautley 
Lieut. R. Strachey 

A. D. Tumbull 

Capt. P. T. Cautley 
Lieut. R. B. Smith 
W. E. Morton 



Capt. H. Kirke 
W. E. Baker 

! Lieut. H. Yule 



G. F. AtkinsQn 



Eng. 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Art, 
Eng. 

do 

Art. 

Eng. 

do 

lath N.I 

Eng. 

do 
do 



Date of 

Jppu 



18 Aug. 842 

20 Jan. 841 
37 Oct. 843 
14 Oct. 840 

21 Oct. 839 

1 Mar. 
17 June 

S Sept. 
17 Nov. 
34 Jan. 

17 Nov. 
do 

31 Oct. 
1 July 

1 8 Mar. 
31 Oct. 
1 2 Aug. 
21 July 
24 Dec. 
11 Aug. 



843 
843 
840 
843 
843 
841 



Remarks^ 



Suptg. Eng. 



Assistant 



In charge 



843 Director 
843JEx. Eng. 
840 do 



843 
840 



>uperintdt. 

Ex. Eng. 
84 3 1 Assistant 
842|In charge 
843!Superintdt. 

Assistant 



CENTRAL PROVINCES. 



5 th or Benares 
GLhor Allahabad 
7th or Cawnpore 

13th or Raj- '\ 
pooianah J 
14 th or Saugor 
Ncemuch 
Lucknow 
Jubbulpore 
Bombay Road "1 

from Aiira j 
Nowgong Bun-1 

dlecund J 



Lt.CoLEJ.Smith,c.B. 
Capt. J. Gilmore 

Capt. C. S. Guthrie 

, J. R. Western 

,Lt. C. D'O. Atkinson 
I Capt. H.Beaty 

' H. Fraser 

iLifcut.T. H. Sale 
Capt. W. Aber- 
I crombie 
Lieut. H. E.S.Ab- 
bott 



Eng. 
do 

do 

do 

40th N.I. 

62nd N.I. 

Eng. 

do 

do 

74th N.L 



6 Dec. 837iSupt2:. Enj 

18 Aug. 842 

18 Aug. 
22 May 843 

31 Oct 843 In cliar^t- 

27 Feb. 843ln charge 
18 Aug. 84-2! 

28 Sept. 

16 June 64liSupenntiit 



14 Dec. 843 



In charge 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



51 



LOWER PROVINCES. 



Division, 




Lieut. Col. E* Garstin 
1 St or t)um "j 
Duin,includn<r !>,Capt. H. H.Duncan 
24 PergunnahsJ 






2ndorBerham- 
pore and Nud 
deah Rivers 
3d or Dinapore 
4th or Raiiirah 
1 8 th or D»cca 
Upper Assam 
Lower Assam 
Darjeeling 
Benares Road 



W. M.Smyth 

£.L.Ommaney 

Mr. H. J. Warner 
Capt. J. R. Western 
Lieut. C. L. Spitta 
Mr. J. N. Martin 
Capt. G. W. Bishop 

P. W. Willis 

Lieut. J. P. Beadle 

R. F. Grindall 



Eng. 
do 

do 

do 

Pens. Est. 

Eng. 

do 

do 

7l8t N.L 

Eng. 

do 

8th N. I. 



Date of 

Jppt. 



Remarks. 



Dec. 837 Suptg. Eug. 

17 Nov. 84S 

9 Feb. 843 

28 Sept. 84-2 
5 Sept. 817 

18 Aug. 843 In charge 
3 Aug. 840 
3 Aug. 

20 May 843 

14 Jan. 

27 May Assistant 

26 May Assistant 



SOUTH-EASTERN PROVINCES. 



Garx. Engineer"! 

and Civ. Arch t. > 

at Presidency J 



Maj.W.R. Fitzgerald 
Capt. H. Goodwyn 



Agent fa Irani 
Suspension I 
Bridges, and I 

Supdt. Circular 
and Eastern 
Canals 
]7thor6urdwan 
Cuttack 
Midnapore 
Hidgelee 
Culmejole 
Burrisaul 
Arracan 
Tenasserim 
RalporeMailRd. 



W. Rutherford 

Lt. W. A. Crommelin 



Capt. H. Goodwyn 



Eng. 

do 

28th N.I. 
Eng. 

do 



23 June 841 

1 7 Nov. 843 

do 
do 

1 7 Nov. 843 



Suptg. Eng. 



Assistant 
do 



Capt. J. Anderson 
Lieut. H. Righy 
Capt. J. Laughton 

— G. H. Edwards 

Lieut. H. Siddons 
Capt. O. B. Tremenheere 

Lieut. E. Haines 
D. Briggs 



Eng. 
do 
do 

13th N.L 

Eng. 

do 

do 

17th N.L 



14 Oct. 840 

18 Dec. 839 

May 840 

6 Apr. 842 

22 May 843 
20 Jan. 841 
27 Oct. 841 
11 Sept. 843 



Superintdt* 
Assistant 



E2 



52 



BENGAL. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, contimied. 



Name, 



WARRANT OFFICERS. 

Conductors (lo). 



Dateof/ippt, 



Station* 



Allen Duncan 
Philip V. Mines 
Thos. Steele 
Win. Dawe 
John M'Gowan 
W. Synnott 
Thomas Johnson 
James Aspinall 
Thomas Ablctt 
John Todd 



20 May 825 

do 
22 June 827 
28 Mar. 830 
18 Sept. 
16 June840 

8 Nov. 

5 May 843 

4 Sept. 

5 Dec. 



7th or Cawnpore 

Nor. West Prov. 

Kussowlee 

West of the Jumna Canals 

11th or Meenit 

loth or Agra 

West of the Jumna Canal? 

8th or Bareilly 

2nd or Berhampore 

11th or Mecrut 



SURVEYOR GENERALS DEPARTMENT. 



Name. 



Capt. A. S. Waugh 
— R. Wroushton 




{Superint. Trigon. Surv. 
Surreyor General 
i Dep. Surveyor do and 
\ Superint. Rev. Surveys 



GRAND TRIGONOMETRICAL SURVEY. 



Capt. R. Shortrede '2ndBom.E.R. 

J. S. Du Vemeti2ndMad.E.R 

Lieut. H. Rivers Bom. Eng. 

— P. Garforth Eng. 

R. J. Walker | Eng. 



loOct. 838' 1st Assistant 
3 Jan. 840|2d do 
ioJune842 2d do 
I30ct.843!2d do 
i3Sept844 2d do 



BENGAL. 



53 



STUD DEPARTMENT. 



CENTRAL PROVINCES, 

Consisting of the Depots of Ghazeepore, Buxar, Kurrantadhee, and 

Poosah. 

NORTH WESTERN PROVINCES, 
Consisting of the Depots of Haupper, Sebarunpore, and Hissar. 



Name and Rani, 



Corps, 




StaiifyH. 



SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Ueiic. Col. E. Gwatkin I 7th N. I. I 7 Julj 843 I North West Prov. 
Capt. G. M. Sberer | 57th do {7 July | Central Provinces. 

ASSISTANTS. 

lit Clais, 

Capt. C. Wollaston I 8tb L.Cav. I 7 July 843 | Hissar 
A*C.Spottiswoodc | 37th N.L I 7 July | Haupper 

and CUts. 



Capt. E. I. Dickey 
A.Hall 



14th N.I. I 7 July 840 I Seharunpore 
5thL.CaT. I 7 July | Ghazeepore 



SUB ASSISTANTS. 



Capt. W. W. Appcrlcy 

F. Coventry 

Lieac P. M. H. Burlton 
Major D. F. Evans 



4th L.Cav. 

6th L.Cav. 
52d N.I. 

Mth do 



7 July 843 Poosah 

Boxar 

7 July ! Kurruntadhee 



July 
4 Aug. 



Norlii West Provinces 
Central Provinces 



R. B. Parry 
J. Philips 
R. Willis 



VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

. . Centfal Provinces 
. , . . . North Western l*rov^ 

•• do do 



Es 



64 



BEis^GAL. 



ARMY LIST. 



MAJOR GENERALS. 
i\ro/e— •G.C.B. t K.C.B. ^ C.B. 




J 7 8 1 George Carpenter I 
1780 J. L. Richardson I 
1782 Martin White ! 

1794 SirR.Houstonf ! 

1795 John Greenstreet 
1794 ChrisiopherFagan 

1793 William Croxton 

1794 •SirJ.R.Lumleyt 
1795 'Sir John Rosef 

— I J. A. P. McGregor 
1793 Sir Wm.Richardst 

1795 I Alex. Duncan i 

1793! Sir T.Whiteheadf 
17951 Robt. J. Latter 

1 793 ! Wm. H. Perkins 
i794!J3un. M*Pherson 
1794; Wm.Innes, J 
1790 i James Ahmuty 

3 795 I James Cock 

— j Thomas Gamer 
1790 I Rt. Pitman,J 
1795 . MossemBoyd 
1798 i John Mac Innes 

1794 Patrick Byres 

1793 Edm. Cartwright 
1794' A.Richards,J 

1795 Herb.Bowcn,J 

1794 Archibald Watson 

1797 JohnW. Fa#t 

— James Durant 

1798 Henry Hodgson 

— sir R. H .CanIiffe,Btt 

— John I'ruscotc 

1795 John Tombs 
Henry Huthwaite 
Thomas Wilson J 

1796 Felix V.Raper 
1 80a George Swiney 
1503 Sir Geo, Pollock •! 



loJan.j837 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
28June838 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Rematli, 



49th Nat. Inf. 
52d do do 
32d do do| 

9th Lt. CavJ 
60th Nat.Inf J 
39th do do! 
2 1st do do 
9th do do 
G3d do do 
28th do do| 
26th do do 

5th do do 

sdEur.Reg. 
Mth Nat.Inf. 
47th do do 
10th do do 
56th do do 

Artillery 
51st Nat.Inf. 
isth do do 
54th do do 
53(1 do do 
59th do do 
S3d do do 
57th do do 
Slst do do 
19th do do 
llthLt.Cav. 
25th Natlnf. 
69th do do 
12th do do 

4th do do 
40th do do 

6th Lt.Cav. 
l5thNat.Inf. 

2d do do 
1st do do 
Artillery 
do 



On furlough 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Adjt^Genl. of the anny 
On furlough 
Mil. aud. gen. 

On furlough 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Com. Presidency division 
On furlough 

Do 
Com. Allahabad 
Com. Sirhind division 
On furlough 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Com. Saugor division 
On furlough 

Do 
Agent, Moorshedabad 
On furlough 
Mem. of council of Jndi» 







ARMY LIST. 


5S 


MAJOR GENERALS, c(mtinued. 


1^ 


Names, 


Army 
Rank, 

1 


1 ' 

Corfu, Remarkt. 

1 


1804 


Alex. Lindsay t 


28Jttne838 


i 

Artillery On furlough 


1798 


James Alexander 


do 


65th Nat. Inf. Com. Benares division 


1800 


Walter R. Gilbert i do 


38th do do Com. on the Sutlege 


1798 


Thos. P. Smith 


do 


17th do do ' 


1804 


SirJ.F.Dundas,Bt.i do 


Artillery lOii furlough 


1798 


Edw. H. Simpson 


do 


24th Nat. Inf.|Com. Dinapore division 


1799 


Sir Wm. Noit* 


do 


42d do do On furlough 


1798 


George Ckx)per 


do 


34th do do Com Barrackpore 


— 


Suet. H. Todd 


do 


4 1st do do On furlough 


<— 


Harry Thomson 


do 


4th Lt. Cav. Do 


1797 


James Kennedy^ 


33N0V.841 


5th do do 




1798 


Benj. Roope 


do 


lothNat.lnf. 


Do 


1799 


Philip LcFevre 


do 


Sd do do 


Do 


1798 


SirJ.BrvantjKntJ 


do 


1st Eur. Reg. 


Do 


1799 


C. W. Hamilton 


do 


a7thNat.Int. 


Cora. Mcy war field force 


— 


Thomas Murray 


do 


50th do do 


On furlough 


— 


Edm. F. WatersJ 


do 


68th do do 


Com. Rohilkund 


1798 


Joseph Nesbitt 


do 


43d do do 


On furlough 


1804 


Wm. S. Whisht 


do 


Artillery 


Do 


— 


Wm. BattincI 


do- 


do 


Do 


1800 


Geo. Humeri 


do 


1st Eur. Reg. 


Com. field force, Sukkar 


1799 i Rich. C. Andrde 


do 


7th Nat. Inf. 


On furlough 


— 


Arch. GallowayJ 


do 


58th do do 


Do 


1798 


Edgar Wyatt 


do 


67th do do 


Do 


1800 


Horatio T. Tapp 


do 


64th do do 




1796 


Thomas Shubrick 


do 


9d Lt. Cav. 


Do 


1799 


Wm. H. Kemm 


do 


62d Nat.Inf. 


Do 


1794 


Duncan Macleod 


do 


Engineers 


Do 


1799 John Dun 


do 


29 th Nat Inf. 


Do 


^ 


Sir J. H. Littlerf 


do 


36th do do 


Com. Rajpootana fieM forco- 


1801 ! Wm. Vincent 


do 


8th do do 


Com. Delhi 


1 7 98 J ohn A. Hodgson 


do 


14th do do 




1800 Samael Smith 


do 


8th Lt. Cav. 


On furlough 


— T. Henry Paul 


do 


30th Nat.Inf. 


Do 


1799 


Ezekiel Barton 


do 


46th do do 


J 


1793 


Hen. T. Roberts* 


do 


7 th Lt.Cav. 


Do 


■~- 


Jas. Caulfield; 


do 


10th do do 


Do 


1803 


Richard Tickeii: 


do 


Engineers 


Do 


COI 


.ONELS. 


1803 


Mark C. Webber 30Dec.84i 


55th Nat.Inf. 


Com.Lucknow 


1804 


Chas.R. Skardon 


i4June843 


44th do do 


On furlough 


1803 


Samuel Swinhoe 


23 do 


73d do do 


Com. Affra 


1800 


John Anderson 


7Juiy 


6ist do dojOn furlough 


180a 


Patrick M. Hay 


aoAug. 


70th do do 


Do 



56 



BENGAL. 



COLONELS, continued. 





Names, 


Army 
Rank, 


Corps, 


Remarks, 


1801 


Fredciick Young 


3 Oct. 842 


^4th Nat.Inf. 


On furlough 


1805 


Tkos. AJontealhl 


4 -do 


15th do do 


Aide-de-camp totheQueen, 


1801 


W.R.C.Costley 


22 do 


3 2d do dQ 


Com. Umballah [on furl. 


1803 


Robert Rich 


19 Dec. 


6th do do 






G. P. Wymerl 


23 do 


38th do do 


Aide-de-camp to the Queen 




Alex. Dick 


8Feb.843 


7 1st do do 




1802 


Henry Cockt 


10 Apr. 


23d do do 


On furlough 


1804 


George Moore 


2 6 May 


35th do do 




1738 


Wm. PattleJ 


4July 


istLt Cav. 


Aide-de-camp to the Queen ' 


1804 


Thomas Fiddes 


9Aug. 


45th Nat.Inf. 






W.H.L. Frith 


do 


Artillery 


Com. Artillery 


1805 


John Holbrow 


3 Nov. 


30th Nat.Inf. 


On furlough 


1803 


Abr. RobertsJ 


10 do 


48th do do 


Do 


1802 


C.A.G.Wallington 


20 Dec. 


18th do do 


Do 


1803 


Thomas Oliver 


l3Mar.844, 


37th do do 


Do 


1808 


Jas. Peckett 


do 


Engineers 




1803 


Thomas Palmer 


16 Apr. 


72d Nat.Inf. 




1804 


Duncan G.Scott 


7 May 


do do 





LIEUTENANT COLONELS. 



1804 

1803 
1804 

1805 
1807 
1809 
1803 
1804 
1803 
1802 
1804 
1805 
1803 
1805 

1806 
1803 
1804 

1803 
1805 
1803 
1805 



Henry HallJ 
Samuel Shaw 
Hen. L. White 
Alex. Spiers 
Mat. C. Paul 
Chas. F. Wild: 
Henry Burney 
John CheapeJ 
Joseph Harris 
John Tulloch+ 
David Harriott 
Walter A. Yates J 
Lewis R. Stacy: 
Richard Powney 
H.M. WheelcrJ 
Geo. E. Go wan : 
James Stuart 
Wm. H. Hewitt 
John Home 
G.W. A. LloydJ 
Fred. Buckley 
Robt. Blachall 
Geo. B. Bell 
Joseph Orchard: 



oJan. 833 
31 May 
I 4 June 
2 9 Aug. 
15 Sept. 
19 do 
17Jan.834 

22 do 
5 Apr. 

30 do 
iScp. 
29N0V. 

23 Feb. 836 
3 Mar. 

27June 

2July 

6Aug. 

9N0V. 

7Jan. 836 
do 
lOApr. 
22 do 
30May 
27July 



72d Nat. Inf. 

Artillery 
5ath Nat. Inf. 
44th do do 

9th do do 
2 2d do do 

5th do do 

Engineers. 

4th Nat. Inf. 
62d do do 

8th Lt.Cav. 
5 1st Nat.Inf. 
43d do do 
Artillery 
48th Nat.Inf. 

Artillery 
70th Nat.Inf. 
40th do do 
37th do do 
28th do do 
74th do do 
50th do do 
46th do do 

istEur.Reg. 



Do 

Do 

Do 
Res. Nagpore 
On furlough 

Do 

Chief eng. 
On f aria ugh 



Sec.Mil.rfep. 
On furlough 



lf«m.— Names in Italic^ Bcevct Rank. 







Al 


IMY LIST. 


67 


LIEUTENANT COLONELS, continuei. 


1804 j 


Names. 


1 


Remarks, 


James Frushard 


i 1 
9Aue.836 2dEur.Reg. : 


1805 G. W. MoselcyJ'i7Scpt. \ 2d do do j 


— Newt. W^allace 


80ct. 26th Nat. Inf. 


^__ 


James Tcnnant i8Jan. 837 Artillery 




__ 


Isaac Pereira 


37 do do 




1904S 


Chas. Grahamit 


27 Apr. i do 


On furlough 


1804 


W. Burroughs 


a7Sept. 29thNat.Inf. 






Jas. Eckford 


11 Nov. 1 6th do do 




1805 


Samuel Speck 2lJan. 838'i7ih do do 




1805 


Andrew Hervcy 


iCMar. 30th do do 






CMCarmichaelt 


iNov. 


9th Lt. Cav. 




1818 


H.L.Worrall 


12 do 


4th do do ! 


1809 


James Blair 


2 Dec. 65 th Nat. Inf. Nizam's service 


1807 


J. B. Hcarsey 


28 do 6th Lt.Cav. 


1805 


G. R. Pcmberton 


13 Feb.839,67th Nat.Inf.j 


1804 


Stcph. D. Riley 


igApr. 39th do do, Persian trans, to gov. 


1808 


Jas. Maclarent 


23 July 16th do do| 


1806 


Peter L. Pew 


do Artillery ' 


1805 


Jas. Parsons 


do i8th Nat.Inf.jDcp. com. gen. 


1818 


George Warren 


do 


ist.Eur.Reg Town Major Pres. 


1807 


Henry F. Salter 


do 


11th Lt. Cav. 




1805 


Richard Benson 


30 do 


1st Nat. Inf. 


Dep. sec. mil. depart. 


1807 


Thos. M. Taylor 


5 Aug. 


5 th Lt. Cav. 




1804 


Robert Ross 


3Sept. 


25th Nat. Inf.! On furlough 


1804 


Geo. Kingston 


4 do 


52d do do' 


1805 


Robert Fernie 


8 Oct, 


49th do do! 


1804 


Orlando Stubbs 


do 


24th do doCom. Gwalior cont. 


1805 


Alex. PopeJ 


4Nov. 


loth Lt.Cav. i 


1809 


J. S. H. Wetton 


13 do 


3lstNat.Inf. 




1806 


Edw. Biddulph:!: i 6Dec. 


Artillery 




1805 


Robert Hawkes '23 do 


3d Lt. Cav. 




1808 


A.F.Richmondt,24Jan. 840 


33d Nat.lnf.iUes. Lucknow 

1 


1805 


Christ. Godby 


iFeb. 


36th do do 




1804 


D. Williamson 


28 do 


4 1st do du 




1810 


C. D. Wilkhison 26Mar. 


73d do do 




1807 


Mich. Ramsay 1 8 July 


57th do do 




1813 


R. Delamain /Nov. 


66th do do 




1810 


W.H.Marshall ! 4 Jan. 841 


34th do do 




1803 


Thos. Robinson >17 do 


23d do do 


Pol. agt. Meywar 


1808 


R.A. Stcdman loMar. 


1st Lt. Cav. 




1805 


W.W.Foord 


11 do 


21st Nat. Inf. 




1808 


jB. JV. Wilson t 


26 May 


65th do do 




1817 


F, S. Hatvkimt \ do 


38th do do 


Dep. com. gen. 


1804 


John Graham \ 1 1 July 


55th do do 




1811 


Edw. Garstin 

1 


33Aug. 


Engineers 


1 

! 
t 
1 
I 



58 




BENGAL. 




LIEUTENANT COLONELS, amtmued. 


S & ' Nanus. 


Army 
Rank, 


Corps, 


Remarks. 


1804 ; Richard Home 


l7Sept.84i 47thNat.Inf. 




1807 , Jos. B.Smith 


14 Oct. 60th do do 




1813' W. N. Forbes 


22 do 


Engineers 


Mint Master 


1810 1 Alex. Carnegy 


5N0V. 


27thNat.Inf, 




1806 N. Penny 


23 do 


69th do do Com. Nusseree Batt. 


1817 SirEACamphelll 


do 


srdLt. Cav. 


On furlough 


1806! Geo.Tomkyns 


do 


3 1st Nat.Inf. 


Nizam's serv. 


— J.J. Farrington 


do 


Artillerv 




1805 


John L. Earle 


24Dec. 


3d Nat. Inf. 




1S06|C. R.W.Lanet 


26 do 


13th do do, On furlough 


1807 ; Wm. J. Gairdner laJan. 842 I4th do do 




— 1 William Burlton 13 do 7thLt. Cav, 


Com, gen. of the army 


1804 Henry Nonon 


2Fcb. 


69thNat.Inf. 




1808 


Geo. Brooke 


28 do 


Artillery 




1805 Stephen Moody 


i4June 


59thNat.Inf. 




1804 


Edw. Gwatkin 


iJuly 


7ih do doSup.Studdept.N. W.Prov. 




Geo. Young 


26 Aug, 


68th do do 


On furlough 


1805 Tho. Dickinson | 


30ct. 


loth do do 






Hen. CM. Cox 


22 do 


58th do do 




1808 


Chas.Coventiy 


ipDec. 


32d do do 




1807 


Jotm Hoggan 


22 do 


53d do do 




1819 


George HuishJ 


23 do 


71st do do 


Do 


1817 


C. Hamilton^ 


l9Jaii.843 


2d do do| 


— 


J. R. Ouseley 


5Feb. 


lith do . do|Pol. agt. S. W. frontier 


1807 


Lewis Bruce 


10 Apr. 


12th do do 




1808 


W. H.Sleeman 


26May 


63d do do 


Agent to Gov. Gen., 


1824 


P. F. Storyt 


4July 


9th LtCav. 


Saugor, &C. and do- 


1817 J. D. Sycrs 


9 Aug. 


19th Nat.Inf. 


minions of Scindia. 


1805 J. O. Clarkson 


21 do 


4 2d do do 




1809 ' H. Lawrence 


3N0V. 


35th do do 




1817 i J« A. Thompson 


10 do i20th do do 




1807 1 JG.DrummondJ 


20Dec. 


6ist do do 


Dep.qu. mr.gen. 


1808, George Blake 


i5Jan.844 


Artillery 


. 


1814 


Arch. Irvine J 


19 Feb. 


Engineers 


Mem. mil. bd. 


1816 


Edw.J.SmithJ 


do 


do 




18o7 


George Hicks 


13 Mar. 


8th Nat,Inf. 




1806 


Hen. F. Caley 


1 6 Apr. 


64th do do 




1805 


H. C. Barnard 


30 Apr. 


45th do do 




1807 


Hope Dick 


do 


56th do do 




1808 


Owen Phillips 


do 


56th do do 


Fort Adj. Fort Wro.and sup. 


— 


Wm. H. Earle 


do 


d9th do do 


[cadets 


1810 1 Wm.Mactier 


do 


4ih Lt. Cav. 




— 


Wm, Garden 


do 


36th Nat.Inf. 


Qu. mr.gen. of the army 


1812 


Joseph Nash 


do 


43d do do 




1810 


IVm, Geddes 


do 


Artillery 




1811 


Thos, Sanders 


do 


do 




1817 


H.J.White 


do 


50th Nat.Inf. 





ARMY UST. 



59 



« 9- 



1820 



180S 



1830 



U£UT£NANT COLONELS, continued. 



A'amcr. 



CE.T.Oldfieldi 
Jas, AUsmmder 
John 7'. Lane 
G. G. Denniss 
W.B.Girdlestone 
R. J. H. Birch 



Army 
Rank. 




30Apr.844 

do 

do 
12 July 
isSep. 
official 



Rgmarki, 



5Ch Lt. CavJComg. 4th Ir. Cav. 
Artillery 



do 
do 
NatJnf. 



On furlough 



1 7th Nat. Inf. 1 Judge adv. gen. 



MAJORS. 



1804 
1805 



1808 
1SO0 
1817 
1807 



1S08 

1809 
1808 



1809 
1810 
1813 
1818 
1816 

1817 
1810 



Edw. Pettingall 
JohnCowslade 
Fred. G. Lister 
Robt. Stewart 
John Mackenzie 
Hugh Sibbald 
F. H. Sandys 
James Steel 
Andrew Spens 
James Manson 
S. L. Thornton 
David Hepburn 
J. H. Simmonds 
John Angela 
Louis S. Bird 
R. L. Anstruther 
J no. S. Marshall 
George Chapman 
Griffiths Holmes 
John Rawlins 
JasH.Mackinlay 
Robert Kent 
William Sage 
Andrew Goldie 
Wm. Ramsey 
CharlesThoresby 
Lucius H, Smith 
Henry J. Wood 
John Fitzgerald 
{ Geo. W. Bonham 
Stuart Corbett 
W.J.Thompson$ 
Humphry Hay 
Edw. Huthwaite 
G. R. Crawhird 
H. Delafosseit 



I 



loJan. 837 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
lMar.838 
38June 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



39th Nat. Inf. Com. 5th irreg. cav. 
9d Eur. reg. 

Pol. agent, Cossyah hills- 



53d Nat. In^ 
Olst do do 
3d Lt. Cav. 
4istNat. Inf. 
36th do do 
3d Eur.Reg. 
74thNat.lnf. 
73d do do 
13th do do 
ilth do do 
55th do do 
3d Lt. Cav. 
24th Nat.Inf. 
6th LtCav. 
7 1st Nat.Inf. 
S6th do do 
7 th do dol 
Artillery 
6dd Nat. Inf. 
18th do do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
6th Lt. Cav* 
Artillery 
Ilth Lt.Cav. 
40th Nat.Inf. 
35th do do 
13th do do 
ilthLt. Cav. 
Artillery 
do 
do 



Stud dep. 

Pol. ag. Mehidpore 

On furlough. 
Commr. with Bajeerow 

Agt. for army clothing 



On furlough 



48th 
47th 

4l8t 
68th 



do 
do 



do 



Do 
doJBrig. maj. Delhi 

Pol. employ. Rajpootanal> 
Comg. 1st Irreg. Cav. 



On furlough 

Assist, com. gen. 
Brig. maj. Rchilcund 



Prin. com. ord. 



60 



BENGAU 



MAJORS, continttfd* 




818 

817 
810 

817 
819 
818 
817 
809 
821 
814 
816 
821 
809 



Peach Brown 
Richard Wilcox 
Charles Griffiths 

R. D.H.Macdonald 
Wm. Alexander 
David Downing 
Eric Sutherland 
Wm. H. Wake 
Chas. D. BlairJ 
Law Nilson Hull 
Thos.M* Sherry 
Francis Hewitt 
John Moule 



l<2Aug.8»8 29th Nat.Inf. 
3 Oct. i59th do do 
37 do 3 7th do do 
aiJan. 839' 8th Li.Cav. 



816 I W.R.Fitzgerald 

818 J. W. J.Ouseley 

819 Justin Sheil 
81; Alex. Mercer 

819 J<F. Douglas 

820 G. A. Mee 

821 Henry MooreX 
815 N. Jones 
811 J.C.C.Gray 
820 B. T. Phillips 
811 Chai, Marshall 
813 John Jervis 
811 G. R. Wilton do 
809 Francis Jenkins do 

817 Wm. A. Troup do 
— David Birrell do 

818 D, Thompson do 
809 J.Oroudace do 

811 G. Twemlow do 

817 James FraserX do 

8 1 8 Thomas Sewtll do 

819 Jas. C.Tudor do 
817 S. G. Wheeler do 

F, J, Simpson do 

IVm. Forbes do 

819 G, M, C.Smyth do 

812 C. G. Dixon do 
618 C.Douglas do 

813 fi^ Broum do 
819 W.M.N. Sturt do 

817 Wm,,Minio do 

818 H. R. Osborn id Jan. 849 
613 G. A. Smith isFcb. 

819 K. F. Mackenzie 24 Apr, 



23 July 
15 Sep. 

eOct. 
do 

4N0V. 
28 do 
iDec. 

23Mar.840d3d 
30June 
30 Sept. 
30 Nov. 
17 Feb. 841 

6Mar. 
1 1 Apr. 
26 May 

do 
21 July 

iSept. 
28 do 
2 3 Nov. 
do 



70th 
49th 

38th 
34th 
57th 
21st 



5th do do 
3d Nat. Inf. 
'27 th do do 
44th do do 
loth Lt.Cav 
] 6th Nat, Inf. 
30th do do 
do do 
2Sd do do 

Engineers 
28th Nat. Inf. 
35th do do 
do do 
do d(i 
do do 
do do 
do do 

I 

do do 
7 th Lt. Cav. 
68thNat.Inf. 

5th do do 

4th do do 
47(h do do 
15th do do 

1st Eur.reg. 
56th Nat.Inf. 
nth do do 

Artillery 
nth Lt.C^v. 
nth Nat.Inf. 
46th do do 
34th do do 
55th do do 
6ist do do 

3d Lt. Cav. 

Artillery 
l4lhNat.Inf. 
69th do do 
loth do do 
18th do do 
54th do do 
9th do do 
64th do do 



King of Oude*s service 



Com Jottdpore leg. and Pol. 
Nizam *s serv. [ch. Serohce 



On furlough 
Do 



On furlough 

H.M.'s envoy to the court 
[of Persia 
On furlough 

Do 

Dep. Judge Adv. gen. Sir. 
On furlough [hind div. 
Oude local inf. 



Agent to Gov. gen. Assam 



On furlough 
Agent army clothing 
Assist, com. gen. 



PoU Supt. Mhairwarrah 



Assist, sec. mil. dep. 
Gwalior cont. 



ARMY LIST. 



61 



MAJORS continued^ 





1821 T. SealonX 

1819 A. AbbottX 

1820 J,B.BackhouteX 
1823 Lff. P. Bum 

— E.RJdainwaaring 

1823 A.GF.J.Yemnghutiani 

1818 C. Haldane 

1820 Boh, Codrington 
1818 J. Griffin 
1814 Thos. Polwhele 
1818 J. P, Ripley 
18«2 Fred. Abbott 

1818 T. £. A. Kapleton 

— Geo, Bumey 

1821 J. H, CraigUt 
1833 Jos. FerritX 

1819 G. C. Ponsonhy 
18-20 FTm. ^ndhrionf 

1823 Wm. RiddeU 
1831 H. M, Lawrence 

— r. JET. &oMt 

1824 D. F, Evam 
1837 JaM» Macadam 

1820 J. T. Boileau 

1817 T.E. Sampaon 
1819 F. B. Corfield 

1818 F. Rowcroft 
1810 C. Campbell 

1825 J. Tuckerl 

1819 T. Cooke 
1822 H.O. Frederick 

1830 J.Matthie 
1832 C. G.Ross 

1831 J.H.Handscomb 
1818 J. Ludlow 

1832 T.S. Burt 

1818 G. Farquharson 

1820 J. F. Bradford 

1819 Patrick Grant 
1 81 A. B.Broume 
183 J H,M. Graves 
1810 Chas, Grant 

1833 B. Y.ReiUy 
1830 Fred,Brind 

— fi«n. Clayton 



40ct. 842 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
igDec. 

do 
23do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
iJan.84d 
i9do 
uMar. 
20 May 
23Jaxie 
4 July 
8 Sept. 
3Nov. 
92do 

do 
14 Dec. 
20 do 
39 do 
i3Mar.844 
4 Apr. 
30do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



35tbNat.Inf. 



Rtmarks, 



Artillery 
do 

1st Nat. Inf. 
lOth do (io 
35th do do 
32d do do 
49th do do 
24th do do 
42d do do 
ist Eur. Reg. 

Engineers 
OotbNat.Itif. 
d8tli dc> do 
20th do do 
20th do do 
11th Lt.CaT. 

Artillery 
60thNat.Inf. 

Artillery 
38th Nat Inf. 
iGth do do 
3dd do do 

Engineers 

32d Nat. Inf. 

90th do do 

1st do do 
53d do do 

9thLt.Cav. 
17 th Nat. Inf. 
67th do do 
1st Ear. reg. 
19th Nat. Inf. 
26th do do 

6th do do 

Engineers 

8tk NatJnf. 

1st Lt. Cay. 
59th Natluf. 

Artillery 

16th Nat.Inf. 

Artillery 

Engineers 
Artillery 

4th tLCav. 



Brig. maj. Agra 

Agent for Gun carriages 

3rd Assist. Mil. Aud. dep. 
Sub Assist, com. gen. 



Assist. Qu. Mas. g^i. 



On furlough 
Suptg. Eng. N. W. P. 
Comg. Hill RangerSyBhau- 

[gulpore 
Com. reg. Kelat-i-Ghilzie 

Assist, adj. gen. Meerut 

Agt.for manuf. of Gunpow- 

Thuggge dept. [der 

Resident Nipaul 

Paymr. nat. pensions, Oude 

Stud dept. 

Dep. com. Saugor div. 



Comg. 8ih Irreg. CaT. 



Dep. com. Assam 
On furlough 

Pol. agt. Jeypi>re 
Sup. Eng. Sinde 



Dep. ad. gen. 
Gwalior contingent 



est 



BENGAL. 



MAJORS continued. 



1* 


Names. 


Army 
Rank. 


Corps. 


Remaris. 


1820 


a. J, H. Birch 


aoApr. 844 


17 th Nat.Inf. 


Judge adv. -gen. of the army 


1823 


H. J. GuyoH 


do 


31st do do 


Com, Ramghur It. inf. 


1821 


J. H.M'Dtmald 


do 


Artillery 




1822 Geo. Campbell 


do 


do 




1825 Rich. Cauiley 


do 


10th Lt.Cav. 




1822 


Ralph Smith 


do 


28th Nat. Inf. 


Aide-de-Camp to com..in- 


1823 


Peter Junes 


do 


I4rtb do do 


chief 




Philip Harris 


do 


70th do do 




1825 


Charles EH»s 


do 


7 th Lt. Cav. 


2d Assist, adj. geo. 


— . 


M A. Parker 


do 


58th Nat. Inf. 


[chitf 


— 


Jf\ R. Evans 


do 


26th do do 


Aide-de-Camp to com.«>in. 


1826 


J. G. fr. Curtis 


do 


87 th do do Sub. assist, com. gen. 


— 


Thos. Young 


do 


2(1 do do Gwalior contingent 


1820 


George DftlsUm 


do 


58th do do 




1819 


D. Williams 


1 Hay 


45th do do Civil emp. Arracan 


— 


John Finnis 


7 May 


51st do do 




Hugh Troup 


16 do 


66th do do 




1816 


Henry Patch 


39 do 


73d do do 




1820 


W. M. Ramsay 


5 July 


62d do do^Dep.comm. 3d class Saugor 


1813 


O. Baker 


12 do 


Artillery 


div. 


1821 


A. Bogle 


4 Oct. 


2d Nat.Inf. 


Com. Arracan 



LOCAL RANK. 











1819 


LIEUTENANT-COLONSL IN PBRSIA. 

ustin Sheil 


From the 
2 June 837 


• 

35th N.L 


1823 
1829 


MAJORS IN PERSIA. 

E. D*Arcy Todd 
J. Laughton 


do 
do 


Artillery 
Engineers 


1825 


MAJORS IN AFFOHANISTAN. 

G. H. McGregor J 
F. MackesonJ 


4 Oct. 842 

93 Dec. 


Artillery 
1 4th N.L 



























BENGAL. 



63 



FIELD OFFICERS BY REGIMENTAL SENIORITY 



JVo^g.—* G.C.B. tK.C.a t C.B. 



Names. 



artillery. 

COLONELS. 

J. Ahmuty 

G. Swiney 

Sir G. Pollock • 

A. Lindsay | 

Sir J.F.DundaSjBt. 

W. S. Whish J 

W. H. L. Frith 

S.Shaw, L.C.C. 

W. Batiine^ do 

K. Powney do 

Xn [TT. - COLOKSLS. 

G. E. Gowan:{: 
J. Tennant 
J. Pereira 
C. Graham X 
£. Biddulph^ 
P. L. Pew 
J. J. Farrington 
G. Brooke 
G. Blake 
G. G. Den DISS 

MAJORS. 

J. - Rawlins 
H. J. Wood 
E. Huthwaite 
G. R. Crawfurd 
H. Delafosse^ 
W. Geddes 
T. Sanders 
C. Twemlow 

C. G. Dixon 
O. Baker 

COLONELS. 

D. M*Leod 
R. Tickell J 
J. Peckett 

J. CbeapeJ L.C.C. 

LIEUT*. COLOKELS. 

£. Garstin 
W. N. Forbes 




29 Aug. 824 

1 Dec. 834 
3 Mar. 835 

2 July 

18 Jan. 837 
25 Apr.838 

6 Dec.8S9 
25 Mar. 840 

6 July 843 
12 July 844 

2 July 835 
18 Jan. 837 
27 do 

27 Apr. 

6 Dec. 839 
31 do 
23 Nov. 84 1 

28 Feb. 842 

15 Jan. 844 
12 July 

31 Dec. 839 

1 Mar.841 
20 Jan. $42 
28 Feb. 

2 Jan. 843 
8 Oct. 

16 Dec. 

15 Jan. 844 

1 Mar. 
12 July 



18 June 831 
22 Jan. 834 
31 Mar. 840 

19 Feb. 844 

28 Ad|^.841 
22 Oct. 



LIEUT.. COLOKELS 

(continued). 
A. Irvine J 

E. J. Smith : 

MAJORS. 

W. R. Fitzgerald 
J. T. Boileau 

F. Abbott 
T. S. Burt 

COLOKELS. 

Sir R. HoustoUD f 
A. Watson 
J. Tombs 
H. Thomson 
J. Kennedy \ 
T. Shttbrick 
S. Smith 
H. T. Roberts f 
J. Coulfield I 
W. FUtle t 

LISUT.-COLONELS. 

D. Harriott 
CM. Carmichaelt 
H. L. Woirtll 
J. B* Heaney 
T. M. Taylor 
A.Fdpe$ 
R. Hawkea 
R. A. Stedtnan 
W. Burlton 
H. F. Saker 

flggt Majors. 

3 J. Mackenzie 

6 R.L.Anstruther 

8 R.DJf.MacdaDald 

10 C. D. Blair | 
5 W. Alexander 

7 B. T. Phillips 

4 W. Mactier 

9 P. F. Story + 

11 J. Fitzgerald 

1 J. F. Bradford 



Date of 
Rank. 



F2 



19 Feb. 844 
do 

30 Sept. 840 
1 Jan. 843 
8 Nov* 

29 Dec. 



1 May 824 
IS do 8fl5 
26 Mar. 829 

1 Dec; 
26 do 832 
12 Apr. 896 
15 Nov. 837 
19 May 838 
10 Mar. 841 

5 Jan. 844 

1 Sept.834 
1 Nov.838 

12 do 
28 Dml 

5 Aug. 8S0 

4 Nov. 
28 Dec. 

10 Mar«841 
IS Jan. 842 

5 do 844 

1 Nov. 838 
28 Dec. 
21 Jan. 839 

4 Nov. 

T July 841 
28 Sept. 

13 Jan. 842 
28 Oct. 

5 Jan. 844 
4 Apr. 



64 



BENGAL. 



COLONELS REGIMENTALLY. 



ititftntrs. 



Names, 



Daterf 
Bank, 



Q, Carpenter 
J. L. Richardson 
J. Greenstreet 

C. Fagan 
M. White 
W, Croxton 
Sir J. R. Lumleyt 
Sir J. Rosef 
J. A. P. Macgregor 
Sir W. Richards t 

A. DoDcan 

Sir T. Whitehead t 

B. J. Latter 
W. H. Perkins 

D. M'Pherson 
W. Innes t 
J. Cock 
T. Garner 
R. Pitman !( 
M. Boyd 
J. Mac Innes 
P. Byres 
£. Cartwn'ght 
A. Richards % 
H. Bowen % 
J. W. Fast 
J. Durant 
H. Hodgson 
SirR.H.Cunliffe§ 
J. Truscott 
H. Huthwaite 
T. Wilson X 
F. V. Raper 
J. Alexander 
W. R. Gilbert 
T. P. Smith 
£. H. Simpson 
Sir W. Nott • 
6. Cooper 



29 Apr. 823 

11 July 

1 May 824 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

30 do 

7 Not. 

12 Jan. 825 

13 May 

do 
13 June 
16 do 826 
21 do 

28 Noy. 

25 Dec. 827 
13 Jan. 828 
23 May 
SO do 
4 Mar. 830 

8 do 
13 Dec. 

2 Jan. 831 
4Blay 

25 June 832 
15 Oct. 

29 Aug.833 
13 Jan. 834 

2Apr. 



Names. 



Dale of 
Rank, 



S. H. Todd 

B. Roope 
P. Le Fevre 

^ir J. Bryant, Kt.^ 

C. W. Hamilton 
T. Murray 

E. F. Waters J 
J. Nesbitt 
R. C. Andred 
A. Galloway $ 
E. Wyatt 
H. T. Tapp 
W. H. Kemm 
J. Dun 

Sir J. H. Littlerf 
W. Vincent 
J. A. Hodgson 
T. H. Paul 
G. Hunter $ 

E. Barton 

M. C. Webber 
C. R. Skardon 
S. Swinboe 
J. Anderson 
P. M. Hay 

F. Young 

W. R. C. CoaUey 
R. Rich 
A.Dick 
H. Cock $ 

G. Moore 
T. Fiddea 
J. Holbrow 
A. Roberts:^ 
CA.G.WalUngton 
T. Oliw 
T. Palmer 
D.G.Scott 



'5 Apr. 834 

29 Nov. 

18 Dec. 

27 June835 

6 Aug. 

9 Nov. 
16 do 

30 May 836 
20 June 

22 Sept. 

8 Oct. 

9 Mar. 837 
11 Nov. 

16 Mar. 838 
30 July 839 

8 Oct. 

28 Nov. 

9 July 840 

17 Jan. 841 
11 Mar. 
26 Dec. 

14 June 842 

23 do 

7 July 
26 Aug. 

3 Oct. 
22 do 

19 Dec. 

8 Feb.84S 

10 Apr. 
26 May 

9 Aug. 
3 Nov. 

10 do 

20 Dec. 

13 Mar. 844 
16 Apr. 
7 May 



$ Bart., C. B. 



MiUGJkJL. 



66 



LIEUTENANT-COLONELS EE^lMENTALLY. 



Intantts. 



Raines, 




H. Hall t 

H. L. White 

A. Spiers 

M. C. Pkirf 

C. F. Wild + 

G. P.WymerJ 

H. Burney 

T. Monteatb $ 

J.» Harris 

J. TnlJocb t • 

W. A. Yates $ 

L. R. Stacy j: 

H. M. Wheeler $ 

J. Stuart 

W. H. Hewitt 

J. Home 

G. W. A. Lloyd $ 

F. Buckley 
K. Blackall 

G. B. Bell 
J. Orchard J 
J. Frusbard 

G. W. Moseley:}: 

N. Wallace 

W. Burroughs 

J. Eckford 

S. Speck 

A. Hcrrey 

J. Blair 

G. R. Pembertoir 

S. D. Riley 

R. Benson 

R, Ross 

G. Kingston 

R. Fernie 

O. Stubbs 

J. M»Laren$ 

A. F. Richmond j: 

C. Godby 



9 Jan. ^33 
14 June 
29 Aug. 
15Sfirt. 
f9 do 

29 do 

IT Jan. 834 
2 Apr. 
5 do 

30 do 

29 Not. 

23 Feb. 835 
27 June 

' 6 Aug. 
9 Nov. 

7 Jan. 836 

do 
lO Apr. 
22 do 
SO May 
27 July 
9 Aug. 
17 Sept. 

8 Oct. 

27 Sept. 837 
U Nov. 
21 Jan. 838 
16 Mar. 

2 Dec. 

13 Feb. 889 
1 9 Apr. 

30 July 

3 Sept. 

4 do 

9 Oct. 

do 
2S Not. 

24 Jan. 840 
1 F«b. 



X>. Williamson 

C. D. Wilkinson 

M% Ramsay 

R. Delamain 

W. H. Marshall 

T. Robtfison 

W. W. Foord 

J, Graham 

R. Home 

J. B. Smith 

A. Carney 

G. Tomkyns 

J. L. Earle 

C. R. W. Lane $ 

W. J. Gairdner 

H. Norton 

S. Moody 

E. Gwatkin 

J. Parsons 

G. Young 

T. Dickinson 

H. C. M. Cox 

C. Coventry 

J. Hoggan 

C. Hamilton X 

J. R. Ouseley 

G. Huisht 

L. Bruce 

W. H. S h jo ma n 

G. Warren 

J. D. Syers 

J. O. Clarkson 

H. Lawrence 

J. A. Thompson 

J. G. Drummood:^ 

G. Hicks 

H. F. Calcy 

H. €. BariMwd 

W. B. Girdlestone 



Date if 
Rank, 



28 F^b. 840 
S6Mar. 

18 July 
7 Nov. 

4 Jan. 841 
17 do 

11 Mar. 

11 July 

17 Sept. 
14 Oct. 

5 Not. 

29 do 
24 Dec. 
26 do 

12 Jan. 842 

2 Feb. 
14 June 

1 Jnly 

7 do 

26 Aug. 

3 Ott. 
22 do 

19 Dee. 
22 do 

19 Jan. 843 

5 Feb. 
9 do 

10 April 
26 May 

6 Aug* 
9 do 

21 do 
3 Not. 
lO do 

20 Dec. 

18 Mar. 844 
16 Apr. 

7 May- 
is Sept. 



F3 



66 



BENGAL. 



MAJORS REGIMENTALLY. 



infontn;. 



1" 


Names. 


Date of 
Bank. 


• 

54 


Names, 


DaUof 
Rank. 


74 


A. Spens 


lMan838 


H. R. Osborn 


i3Jan.842 


29 


P. Brown 


12 Aug. 


69 


N. Penny 


2Fcb. 


59 


R. Wilcox 


30ct. 


9 


G. A. Smith 


15 do 


61 


R. Stewart 


11 do 


64 


K. F. M*KeBzie 


24 Apr. 


37 


C. Griffiths 


27 do 


14 


C. Douglas 


lOJune 


31 


J. S. H. Weston 


20Dec. 


7 


G. Holmes 


14 do 


56 


H. Dick 


13Feb.839 


34 


S. G. Wheeler 


23 do 


39 


£. Pettiogall 


25July 


50 


H. J. White 


7JuIy 


11 


D. Hepburn 


30 do 


2£ 


J. Steel 


15 Aug, 


6S 


R. W. Wilson $ 


lAug. 


68 


C. Thorelby 


26 do 


71 


J. S. Marshall 


6 do 


55 


J. H. Simmonds 


30ct. 


53 


F. G. Lister 


4Sept. 


13 


S. L. Thornton 


25Nov. 


3 


D. Downing 


15 do 


32 


C. Haldane 


19Dec. 


2£ 


J. Cowslade 


80ct. 


22 


T. £. Sampson 


19Jan.843 


47 


A. Goldie 


do 


15 


W. A. Troup 


iFeb. 


27 


£. Sutherland 


do 


58 


G. A. Mee 


3 do 


44 


W. H. Wake 


do 


60 


T.E.A.NapIeton 


5 do 


16 


L. N. Hull 


28Nov. 


20 


F. B. Corfield 


14Mar. 


SO 


T. M'Sberry 


iDec 


12 


W.J.Tborapson| 


lOApr. 


36 


F. H. Sandy s 


lFeb.840 


1 


F. Rowcrofi 


26May 


38 


F.S. Hawkins $ 


18 do 


53 


C. Campbell 


23June 


41 


H. Sibbald 


28 do 


42 


T. Polwheie 


21 Aug. 


33 


F. Hewitt 


23Mar. 


17 


T. Cooke 


8Sept. 


18 


R. Kent 


15 Apr. 


67 


H. O. Frederick 


3No?. 


93 


J. Moule 


30june 


IE 


D. Birrell 


10 do 


24 


L. S. Bird 


18July 


19 


J. Mattliie 


22 do 


25 


S. Corbett 


IgSept. 


16 


C. G. Ross 


do 


48 


W. Sage 


lOct. 


26 


J.H.Handscomb 


14Dec. 


28 


J.W.J. Ouseley 


30NoT. 


6 


J. Ludlow 


20 do 


35 


J. Sheil 


17Feb.841 


40 


G. W. Bonham 


1 Jan. 844 


70 


A. Mercer 


6Mar. 


8 


G. Farquharson 


13Mar. 


49 


J. F. Douglas 


11 Apr. 


4 


G. R. Wilton 


lO A.pr. 


72 


J. Manson 


11 July 


45 


D. Williams 


IMay 


57 


N. Jones 


2lJuly 


51 


J. Finnis 


7 do 


21 


J. C. C. Gray 


iSept. 


66 


H. Troup 


16 do 


43 


J.Nash 


26Sept. 


73 


H. Patch 


29 do 


63 


J. H. Mackinlay 


I40ct. 


62 


W. M. Ramsay 


5 July 


10 


W. M. N. Sturt 


23NoT. 


46 


J. C. Tudor 


18 Sept. 


5 


J. Jenris 


lOJan. 84? 


2 


A. Bogle 


4 Oct. 



EEGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 



«d Troc^ 3d Brifl., 4 



'■■ V ■ AFFG HAN UTAH ," 

•eHUZNEE." 
I. Mil Bat., •• IBKIHfiAPATAlt." 



Head QuarlerS'-lhim IhtmM 
III Brig. KurnDDl, Id Bri(. Mcerui, Id Kili. Ci 
It Dm. Apt, lib B>[. Ciwnporc, rih B>(. Dum 1 
gd do^urnmul, llh d> fienan. 

ladnarHaneArtillcrir.— Tbe lit Biigndc conili 
nTrooiH, and Iht *d and 9d Btiiadci each 
nd I NalifbTTQopa 1 9 Baualiona of Buropcui Fi 



fJf] Iiigimtnl.\ ^rmf. 



COLONELS. (10.) 

agAug. 1. 

iDec. s 

aJuly 



i79oJanieaAhmuly 
1 104 George Sviney 
isosSirGeo.Pollockt 
1S04 Alei.Lindsayt 



'isJac 



Com. Artillery 



LIEUTENANT COLONELS COMMANDANT. 

IS04|SamuelShaw IjSMu.MOr i i 7,* 

— Wra.Battinel 6Ju]y 843 MGasNovi ak 
iBuaRicbaidPawney 19 dn a44| [84il I fi' 



UEUTENANT COLONELS, (10.) 



H G. E. Gowuit 

- James Tennant 

- Iiaac Pereiia 
M ChailesGrahaml 

- Edw. Biddulph^ 

- Peter L. Pew 

- J. J. Farrington 
)e George Bn>oke 

- George Biake 

- Geo. G. Dennisi 



a,1uly835 




9 


ISJan. 837 






a? do 






17Apt. 






fiDcc839 


asJulyBOS 


' 


I3NDT.84I 






a8Feb.e*a 












laJuly 







* Onfailough. t G.C.B. 



MAJORS. (10.) 
iSM'John lUnlioB |3iDec.8S9 aeJuneeas 

— iHenryJ. Wood lMar.841 
iBloEdw. HutbiTaitc!'2oJan.S4l 

— Gav. R.Ciawfurdaa Feb. 

— H.Delafojie, c.fl.; 2Jan.B4a 

— WillLim Geddeii sOcL 
IBI 1 Thoma* Sindert'iODec. 

— GeorgeTwemlow.lsJan, Ml 
isiaChaa.G.Diion iMar. 
leiaOnslow Baker {isJuly | 

CAPTAINS. 



6!0n furlough 
I Super, oi foun- 
I [iur> CoHTpore 



■i Com, ord. 

I 

5,Dcp. prin. Cam. 
3' ud. 

s'Com. Old. 

7 
Rc». NipBuI 



§j I .1 Com. Old. 
I i Jcora.ord. 
iiFanyghui, audexnaaida-de-camp ic 



REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 



69 



3 §■ RjMik and Names. 



Rank in tie 
Repmeat. \ Army 



'C >c« 

CQ n 



Remarks* 



CAPTAINS— co)»f;iM»«f. 



1832 
1893 



1834 



1835 



James Abbott 
F. B. Boileau 
Fred. Gaitskell 
J. D. Shakespear 
Geo. T. Graham 
F. Kyan Duncan 
E.D.Tod<i,K.L.S 
Jas. H. Daniell 
Edmund Buckle 
Fred. A. Miles 
Jasper Trower 
John Audwrson 
Charles S. Reid 
Edw. Sunderland 
Edw. P. Master 
Alex. Humfrays 
Augu.Fitzgerald 



4Aug.84i 
13 do 
saNov. 
13Jan.843 
30 do 
38 Feb. 
13 May 

34Aug. 

3Jan. 843 
30Fcb. 

sOct. 
•25N0V. 
lODec. 
15 Jan. 844 
aoFeb. 

iMar. 
13 July 



6June838 

do 
isDec. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
l7June839 
130ct. 

do 
leDec. 

do 

do 

do 
lOJne. 840 
38Sept. 



i 

5 

4 

4 

6 

4 

7 
1 
5 
3 
1 



Com. 



Asst. 



art. Ke- 
maon 
to res. 
Luckno w 



Asst. adj. gen. 



On furlough 
Dep. com. ord. 
On furlough 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS. 



1835 



1830 



1837 



G.F.CFitzgerald 
George Larkins 
Chas. Em. Mills 
John F.Egerton 
G.H.M*Gregoi« 
Jas. Whitefoord 
Robert Waller 
James Brind 
Zach.M.Mallock 
Edward Christie 
Thos.H.Sissmore 
R. R. Kinleside 
F.Claude Burnett 
Geo. G. Channer 
Jas. H. Campbell 
Fred. W. Cornish 
Arthur Broome 
Alfred Huish 
Llewellyn Smith 
Geo. L. Cooper 
R.E. Knatchbull 
Rich. H.Baldwin 
John Innes 
8irR.C.SI>aketpeart 



10Aug.833 

3Sept. 
17 May 833 
31 do 
34June 
35July 
3oJuly 
I50ct. 
31 Oct. 
30N0V. 

7June834 
35Sept. 
I50ct. 

iDec. 
10May835 

3 July 

9 do 
38Sept. 
isOct. 
33N0V. 
17 Jan. 830 
loMar. 
II May 
14May 



C38Sep.40 
C. 35 Oct. 
C3lMay4l 
C. lOJune 

do 

do 
C.23do84a 
C. sJuly 
C. 33Sept. 
C. 38 do 

do 

do 
C. 4 Nov. 
C. l3Dec. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
C.3Feb.43 
C.isJune 

do 

do 

do 



(100.) 

7|Nizam*s scrrice 
3 On furlough 
3 As8t.toGov.Gcn. 
3 ag. N.W. front. 
3 On furlough 


3 Do. 
5 



3 Do. 

1 

4jCom. ord. 

4Com.ord. 

1st Assist, sec 
mil. bd 



Dep. com. ord. 
On furlough. 



* C.B. Local rank of Major, Afighaniscan. 

t Knt. Asst. to Gov.-Gen.'s agent, Scindiah's dominions^ 



70 



BEKGAU 






Rank and Names, 



Rank in the 
Regiment, jirmy* 



be 

•c 

9Q 



Id 



Remarism 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS— co»<i«ucrf. 



1838 Edw. G.Austin 
Edw.W. S.Scott 
Ralph Smyth 
Vincent Eyre 
J.LC.Richaidson 
Mur. Mackenzie 
W. K. Warner 
A.C.Hutchinson 
Henry Apperley 

1829 Michael Dawes 
William Barr 
Geo. P. Salmon 
William Paley 
Charles Hogge 
Frank Turner 
H. A. Carleton 
W.H.Delamain 

1830 Gravenor Kirby 
David Reid 

T.J.W.Hungerford 
J. Abercrombie 
R. Warburton 
J. S. Phillips 
J. H. Smyth 

1831 E. K. Money 
Wm. Maxwell 

H. M. Conran 

A.W. Hawkins 

1832 H.E. L.Thuillier 
George Penrice 

1833 Charles Douglas 
D. R. Bristow 

1834 N. A. Staples 

1835 Edward Kaye 

1836 Thos.Brougham 

1837 William Hay 

— (}. Hughes Clifford 

— John Mill 
-^ John Eliot 

Henry Lewis 
1 83 8 H . P. de Teissier 
Robert R. Bruce 
Ch. Vyvyan Cox 
C.Hild. Dickens 
Hy. Hammond 



2iDec.836 


Ci2Dec.43 


2 






18 Jan. 837 


do 




7 


. 


5Apr. 


do 




6 


On furlough 


27 do 


do 




1 


Gwalior cont. 


19 Aug. 


do 


1 






11 Oct. 


do 


s 




Adj. Neemucb 


17N0T. 


C.i2Jun44 




4 


div. 


20Apr.838 


do 




6 




25 do 


do 


1 






12 June 




1 




On furlough 


lAug. 




2 






32 do 






& 




31 Dec. 






3 


Malwa conting. 


do 




d 




On furlough 


iiMar.839 






G 


Gwalior cont. 


l2Sep. 






7 




20Oct. 






1 




6Dec. 






2 




13 do 






6 


Com. Assam local 


31 do 






1 


art. 


ioFeb.840 




1 






1 8 Mar. 






5 


Gwalior cont. 


25 do 






1 




11 Apr. 






6 




29 do 




1 






oJune 






5 


Revenue survey 


lOJuly 






6 




29 do 






2 


Gwalior cont. 


iSept. 






1 


On furlough 


23Dec. 






7 




l2Jan.84i 






7 




22Feb. 






4 


Do 


iMar. 






3 


Do 


lApr. 




3 






12 Aug; 






2 


Adj. 2d wing ftd 


17 do 




2 




batt.« 


•do 






4 


• 


do 




2 






do 






1 




do 










do 






t 




do 




2 


i 




do 




3 






do 






5 




do 




1 







REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 



71 



Co ^ 



Rank and Najuu, 



Rank in the 
Begimtnt] Army. 



be 

PQ 



C 






Remarks, 



FIRST LlEXJrESAKtS^'<mtmy€d, 



1840 



1839 Alex. Robertson 
-» Geo. Boardiier 

— George Moir 

— P. C. Lambert 

— Peter Christie 

— T.Wal.Pulman 

— James Young 

— W. Olpherts 

— R.Scott Gilmore 
H. A. Olpherts 
R. H. Pollock 

D. C. Vanrenen 
Edward Allen 
F. W. Swinhoe 
M. Jas. Vibart 
R. C.H. B. Fagan 
C. A. Wheelwright 
Geo. ElliotVoyle 
W. PoplcWaddy 
DouglasMetcalfe 
James Money 
Alfred Wintle 
A. P. Simons 
WC.Hutchinson 
Henry Tombs 
A. G. Austen 
R.M. Paton 
S. C. Woodcock 
C. W. Timbrell 
J. A. Manson 

E, A. C. D'Oyly 



1841 



1 7 Aug. 841 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
15N0V. 
23N0V. 
isJan. 849 

do 

do 
20 do 
28Feb. 
13 May 
24Aug. 

3N0V. 

•2 Jan. 843 
20Feb. 

dJune 
leDec. 

29 do 

15 Jan. 844 

2Feb. 
•20 do 

iMar. 
i2July 
IsSept. 

30 do 






Com.Art3un«ile- 
cund legion 



4 
5 
6 

7 
1 

1 

7, 



7 On furlough. 



1 

t 3 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS. {>o ) 



S. W. Stokes 
W. A. Mackiiinon 

W. B. Marshall 
W. King Fooks 
E.O. Bradford 
C. V. Bowie 
H.TT.Pattenson 
FF.Remmington 
G. Holland 
H. R. Courtenay 
F. Alexander 



loDec.841 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



11 






4' 

li 

5 

1: 

I 

1; 
6 

4 
6 
t> 
6\ 



TtL»...d».,«. „'^ » '1. 




1 


RtTfork,. 


SECOND LIEUTENANTS— cmiisuif. 


1841 


H.J.B.Maclcod 


llDecS4l 






5. St>llucl 


do 


On furlot^ 




H.J.V. Pa'Klifull 


33 do 






H. Francii 


S Jan. 849 






Edw. Allar 


30 do 






H.LeGcji Brace 


IsFeb. 






F. G.BIooraBeld 


3MaT. 






H.D. Macsween 


lOJnne 






D. McNeill 


do 






E.B. Johnson 


do 






H. H. Muwdl 


loJune 






r.Palman 


U do 






T. E. Kcnnion 


do 






Alfred Lighl 


do 






C.H. Blunt 


do 






H. Monlgonwry 


do 






C Cookworthy 


do 






Geo, Maiiter 


do 






W, C. Russell 


do 






Geo. Milligan 


do 






A. SimpMn 


do 






John R. Sliden 


do 






Ch». S. DondBS 


aJdy 






Rich. Mecham 


laAug. 






A. Pearson 


sD^. 






C. M. Young 


do 






H. M. Boddun 


gJune84S 






John ftobuon 


do 






G. U P»dsh 


do 






J. A. Augelo 


do 






D. J. F. Newall 


sDec. 






J. F. Gilmore 


do 






J. E. Watson 


ik> 




— 


A. Bumir 


do 






W. M. Gowan 


do 






"W. J. Gray 


do 






J. S. Tollob 


do 




— J.Oldfield 


do 




1644 


W. Stewart 


7June844 











REGIMENT OK ARTILLERY. 



75 



CO ^ 



Rank and Names 



Rank in the 
Regiment, | Army, 



St. 

aa 



s 



Remarks, 



1844 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS AND CADETS. 



E. Sharpe 
G. R. Brown 
W.R.Fit2gcraUI 
Edw. Harrison 
Wm. Miller 
Wm. F. Cox 
Geo. A. Renny 
H. V. Timbrell 
Tlios. Haydon 
J. C. Griffith 



7June844 








do 








do 








do 








do 








do 








do 








do 








do 




1 
1 


do 




j 








1 1 



B/w'^^Facings Scarltt^Lace Goid. 



74 



BENGAU 



ARTILLERY.— STAFF. 




Assist.adj.gen 

Adjutant & qr.-mas. • 
Surgeon 



Assistant do 



* . • • . • 



Veterinary do 

Riding roaster. 

Adjutant &qr .-mas. • 

Surgeon 

Assistant do .^ .. •• 

Veterinary do 

Riding master 

Adjutant & qr..mas. . 
Surgeon ., 



Assistant do 



• • • • ^ 



Veterinary do 

Riding master 

Adjutant & qr.-mas. . 
Surgeon 

Assistant do . . • . -^ 

Adjutant & qr.-mas. . 

Surgeon 

Assistant do « 

Adjutant & qr.-mas. . 

Surgeon 

Assistant do 

Adjutant & qr.-mas. . 

Surgeon 

Assistant do 

AdjQtant& qr.-mas. • 

Surgeon 

Assistant do 

Adjutant 

Interpreter & qr.mas. 

Surgeon 

Assistant do 

Adjutant 

Interpreter & qr. mas. 

Surgeon 

Assistant do •••••• 



Edm. Buckle 
R. Waller 
T. E. Dempster 
J. Murray, m.d. 

F. Anderson 

D. McRae 

E. Edlin, m.d. 
P. B. F. Green 
P. Ashton 

E. G. Austin 

G. Craigie, m.d. 
M. Grierson 
W. P. Barrett 
R. M'Auliffe 

A. Huish 
J. Graham, m.d. 
J. McRae 
J.R. Comon 
H. Diaper 
D. Cullimore 
C. Connolly 
W. H. Delamain 
A. Chalmers, M.D 
W. H. B. Ross 
J. C. Graham 
G. Kirby 
T. C. Elliott 
H.W.Rumley 

F. C. Burnett 
H. Clark 

W. K. Warner 
G.G.Brown, M.D. 



G. P. Salmon 
J. Innes, m.d. 
G. Grant 
I. Whitefoord 
H. P. De Teissier 
A. Wood 
G. Rae 

E. W. S. Scott 
H. Lewis 
John Row 



ioJune840 
25Dec.843 
0Sep. 840] 
SMay 839 
11 Feb. 844 
l6Dec.84i 
SFeb«84l 
10Oct«838 
37 Jan. 834 

14 Aug. 844 
36Aug.843 
ISSep. 842 
5Dec.838 
1 Oct. 832 
12Sep.842 
22May835 
1 Sep. 832 
ioMar.843 
i5Mar.844 
i2Sep.8a7 

22Jan.842 
13Apr.840 
23 Jan. 844 
11 Sep. 843 
i8June844 
12N0V.8.39 
lOMar.843 
i6May844 
3Dec.843 
^3Jan. 844 



3Dec.843 
7June 840 



IMlNig. 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

adbrig. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Sd do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
1st batt. 

do 

do 

do 
2d do 

do 

do 
3d do 

do 

do 
4th do 

do 

do 
5th do 

do 

do 



7 Dec. 841 
]0May84d 
30Nov.841 
i3Apr.84o'6th do 
28Feb.844! do 
20Dec.842: do 
16 May 844' do 
12Aug.84ol7thdo 

8Sept.843 do 
13 Aug. do 



Golun- 
dau^e 



BENGAL. 



Tfi 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Head Quarien—FoH WiOiami 




1794 
1803 
1808 



1809 



1811 
1813 
1814 
1810 



1830 
1822 



COLONELS— (4). 

Duncan Macleod 
Richard Tickell* 
James Peckett 

LIEUT.-COL. COM. 

John Choape* 

1.1RITTS.-COLS.— (4). 

Edward Garstin 
Wm. N. Forbes 
Arch. Irrine* 
Bdw.Jas. Smith* 

MAJORS— (4). 

W. R.Rtzgcrald 
John T. Boileau 
Frederick Abbott 
Thomas S. Burt 



1823 



1820 



1827 



189ft 



CAPTAINS (30). 

B* Yock Reilly 
Godf. T. Greene 
Henry Goodwyn 
A.H.E. Boileau 
Paul W. Willis 
6. B; Trcncnbeere 
Wm. H.Graham 
W. Matt. Smyth 
Wm. E. Baker 
Hugh Fraser 
Cbas. S. Gathrie 
Robert Napier 
John GUafurd 
Jas^W. Robertson 
John R. Oldfield 
John Anderson 
John Gilmore 
And. S. Waugh 
BarreWm.Goldie 
E.L. Ommanney 



isJuoesdi 
92Jan. 8d4 
diMar.840 



i9Feb.844 



2 8 Aug. 841 

23 Oct. 

i9Feb.844 
do 



30Sept.840 
1 Jan. 843 
8N0V. 

29DCC. 



20Apr,s35 

3Feb.839 
soMay 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
33Mar.840 
13 Aug. 
doSept. 
25 Jan. 841 
28Aug. 
3Apr.843 
1 Jan.843 
8N0V. 
29Dec. 
19Feb.844 

do 
5Apr. 



[M.G. 
23Nov.841 

do 
iaMar.844 



On fttrlough 
Do 



23Dec.842 



M0oApr44 
l&Dec*ft38 
do 



15 June43 

do 

do 
idDec. 

do 

do 



Chief eng. 



Mint-mast. &c. 
Mem Mil. board 

t 



t Simla, magn. 
t [obaerv. 

Sup. Eng. Sinde 



Com.sap.minr8« 

S«c.Mil.Board 

t 

t 
t 
t 
t 
t 
t 
f 
t 
t 
t 
On furlough 

t 

t 

Surv. general 

On furlough 

t 



* C,B. t Departmetttof pabiieworits, see folio 50. 
X Agent forconstractimi of mm suspetttien bridges, &c. 

G 3 



76 




BENGAL. 




CORPS OF ENGINEERS— conft'nueii. 


"^S 




Rank 


[ in tit 




^ & 


Names, 






Rtmarit, 






Corps, 


Army, 






FIRST LIEUTS. (40) 






[rim provinces 


1820 


H. M. Durand 


20Apr.835 


Ci2Jun.43 


Com. Tenassc- 


_- 


H. H. Duncan 


7June936 


do 


t 




John Laughton* 


3Feb.830 


do 


t 




W« Abercrombie 


20May 


do 


t 


— ~ 


Joseph A. Wcllcr 


do 


C.i2Dec. 


t 




John N. Sharp 


do 


do 


t 


— 


Jas. R. Western 


do 


do 


t 


— 


Henry Righy 


do 


Ci2Jun.44 


t 




Thomas Rennj 


do 


do ' 


On furlough 


i__ 


Geo. H.Fagan 


do 


do 




1830 


Henry Siddons 


do 




t 


1831 


Fdmd. J. Brown 


do 




Sec.togov.Sinde 




John Trail 


do 




On furlough 


— 


J. D. Cunningham 


do 




t 


— _ 


T. H. Sale 


do 




t 


— . 


A. Cunningham 


do 




Gwaliorcont. 


183^ 


N. C. Macleod 


do 




On furlough 


— . 


James Spens 


do 




t 


^_ 


Wm. Jones 


do 






.i— 


Chas. L. Spitta 


4Sept. 




t 


1833 


Stephen Pott 


3iMar.840 




t 


1835 


Fred. Pollock 


12 Aug. 




On furlough 


1837 


C. B. Young 


25 Jan. 841 




Sappers&minrs. 


-~. 


Richard Strachcy 


24 Feb. 




t 


i— 


Rd. B. Smith 


28Aug. 




t 


1839 


Alex.D.Tumbull 


22 Oct. 




t 


_ 


A. G. Goodwyn 


sJan. 842 




Sinde 


,m^ 


JohnReid Becher 


3 Apr. 




Loodianah 


1840 


Henry Yule 


1 Jan. 843 




t 


1841 


T. Som. Irwin 


iJuly 




t 


— ^ 


VV. E. Morton 


8Nov. 




t 


— — 


Robt. Maclagan 


2oDec. 




Survey Sinde 




Kdward Haines 
Francis Whiting 


i9Feb.844 
do 




t 




J. H. Maxwell 


do 




Sinde 


— . 


J.D.Campbell 


do 




Sappers&minrr. 


— . 


E. J. Lake 


do 




t 


— . 


P. Garforth 


do 




Trig. sunr. 


1842 


Jas. P. Beadle 


5 Apr. 




t 


— 


Reg. J. Walker 


34 Sept. 




Great trig. surr. 



* Local rank of major in Persia 

f Department of public works, see folio 5o. 

:|: Assist, to Gov. GcD. agent N. W. frontier. 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 



7T 



1^ 


Names, 


Rank in the 
Corps, Army, 


Remarks, 




SEC. LIfiUTS. (20) 


\ 


, 


• ■ - -^ 


1842 


Arch. Impcy 
G. F. Atldnson 
Wj:>,A.R.Short . 


iiDec.840 
do 

llJim€84l 




On furlough 
Sap.and Miners 
Do 


— 


Edw. Fraser 


do 




Do 


— 


W. ACrommelin 


loDec. 




Adjutant 


— 


J. E. T. NicoUs 


do 






— 


G. P. Hcbbcrt 


do 






1843 


C. J. Hodgson 

D. G. Robinson 


loJun. 849 
9June843 




* 


— 


C. W. Hutchinson 


do 








G. W. W. Fulton 


do 






— 


Alex. Taylor 
George Sim 


do 
do 




. 


• 


, • • 




• 


• 



CTAFF. 

W, Crommelin | 25 May 844 | Adjutant 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS AND CADETS. 



Scarlet'^Facings Garter Blue Velvet-^^Lace Gold, 



G3 



78 



BENGAL. 



First Regiment Light Cavalry^ 

«• LASWAREE>— " CABOOL« 1842.»»— " IIAHARAJPOOR.* 
Station — Muttra. Arrived March 1643, 



^^ 




Rank in the 




•^ §• 


Names, 




Remarks, . 


.2^ 

Co > 




Regiment, 


^rmf* 






COLONEL. 








1798 


Wm. Patde 

LIEUT.'COLONEL. 


5Jan. 844 


4Jnl7843 


Aide-de-camp 
to the Quees 


1808 


11. A. Stedman 

MAJOR. 


loMar.841 


: 


1820 


Jno. F. Bradford 

CAPTAINS. 


4Apr. 844 ! 




1819 


Prin. O'Hanlon 




19Sept832 


Brig.maj.Lood- 


18-20 


A. L. Campbell 


12 Jan. 834 




ianah 


1823 


W. L. L, Scott 


27 Aug. 842 


17 Jan.839 




1824 


Geo. P. Ricketts- 


iJan. 844 


18Apr.840 




1825 


Samuel B. Goad 

LIETTTENANTS. 


4 Apr. ^ 


6 Sept. 




_ 


Geo. Reid 


7Dec.827 


C. 28 Sept. 


dep.asist.qu.mr^ 


._ 


Arch. Campbell 


27 Apr. 833 


Ci3Mar4i 


gem Sl extra 


1826 


Geo. R. Siddons 


12 Jan. 834 


C.aoJan42 


aide-de-camp 


__ 


V. F. T. TumcV 


12NOV.838 


C. dJune 


to Gov..Gen. 


1828 


James Irving 


37Aug.843 


C. 8Jan.44 


On furlough 


1833 


Alfred Harris 


21 Apr. 843 




Assist, to Res. 


1839 


Chas. V. Jenkins 


iJan. 844 




Indore 


1842 


Geo. H. Sandham 

CORNETS. 


4 Apr. 






1843 


John H. Brooks 


l6June843 


aoJan. 843 




..i_ 


C. H. Nicholetts 


11 Nov. 


(J July 


Extra aide-de> 


— . 


W. S. Beatson 


23Jan. 844 


10 Aug. 


camptoGov.- 




• • 






Gen. 



6 Mar. 844 

6 Mar. 844 

15 Nov. 837 



Adjutant C.V. Jenkins 

Inter. & qr.-mas. G. R. Siddons 

Surgeon William Darby 

.Assist. dOk ....•« 

Veterinary do. . . . Joseph Ford 

Riding-master . . . Daniel Nunu 

•»• The regimentalt of the Cavalry, French Grty,^^ 

tactSUnesr^ 



38 Aug. 828 
30 Aug. 839 



BENGAL. 



79 



Third Regiment Light Cavalry. 

•• DELHI •♦— •• LASWAREE'*— ** DEIG»»— " BHURTIK>OR • — 
•' AFV6HANI8TAN "-'• OHUZNBE.'* 

StaHan^Fenmipare. Arrived January, 1843. 
Ordered U Caum^e. 






1796 



180& 



1S07 
1817 

1819 
1830 



isas 

1834 
1835 



1836 
1833 
1837 



1839 
1840 
1843 
1843 



Names, 



COLONEL. 

Thos. Shubrick 

LISUT.-COLONEL. 

R. Hawkes 

MAJOR. 

John Mackenzie 

CAPTAINS. 

John Angelo 
Sir E. A. Campbell* 
G. M. C. Smyth 
J. L. Tottenham 
R. P. Pennefather 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Hen. Drammond 
John Christie 
Hippesley Marsh 
G. A. Brownlow 
Jas. Gordon 
G. Rowcroft Badd 
Henry Lindesay 
A. W. C. Plowden 
Arch. S. Galloway 

CORNETS. 

Rol. Richardson 
James Fairlie 
Lorenz. G. Moore 
Henry Stone 



Rank in the 



Regiment, 



13 Apr. 836 



33 Dec.8d9 



lNoT.838 



lMay834 

4Feb.893 
34 July 838 
30Dec.833 

INOT.838 



1 May 834 
38 do 
33June833 

4 do 836 
30Jline838 

iNov. 

8Sept.839 
3dDec.84i 

12NOT,843 



33 Jan. 840 
7Jan. 841 
l4Jane843 
13 Aug. 



Army^ 



[M.G. 

33N0V.841 



ioJan.837 



M. 38June 
L.C.33N0V 

M. do, 

4 Feb. 836 



C. i May 
C. 4Jan.d8 

C33Jun.40 
C. 9 Sept. 
C3iMay4i 
C. 13 June 
C.3May43 



36Mar.839 

14Apr.840 

9Sept.843 

4 Apr. 843 



Remarks. 



On furlough 



838 
841 



Do 



Do [cav. 
Com. 9th irreg. 

t 



Aide.dc-campto 
com-in-chtef 



Facings Oranget 

Adjutant 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . 

Suijgeon , B.W. Macleod,M.D. 34 Sept. 832 

Assbcdo C. Douglas, x.d. 30 Apr. 84a 

Veterinary do J. Purves 3 Aug. 84t2 

Riding-mas .James Perry 19 do^ 83 8 

* C.6. t Assist, for suppression of Thuggee* 



80 



BENGAL. 



Fourth Regivient Light Cavalry, 

(LanccEi.) 
" LASWAREB**— M BBfJRTP0OB.»^«< MAHABAJPOOR.' 

Statitm — UmihaUm, Arrimi Fe b rm my y 1844, 






1798 



1818 



1810 



1819 
1830 

1838 




1824 
1825 



1827 
1836 
1837 
1840 



1842 
1843 



COLONEL. 

Hairy Thomson 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

H. L. Worrall 

MAJOR. 

Wm. Mactier 

CAPTAINS. 

Sebastian Nash 
Henry Clayton 
Wm. Benson 
Charles Lowth 
W. W. Apperley 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Gilb. W. Master 
Thomas Qain 
Charles E.White 
Mat. R. Onslow 
George Jackson 
William Wyld 

F. N. Edmonstone 
Rod. B. Macleod 

CORNETS. 

Hon.S. M.St. John 

G. D. Pakenham 
£. W. E. Howard 
A.V. Dumbieton 



Rmnk in tkt 



Regiment. 



Army, 






lDec.839 



ISNOT.SSS 



iSJan. 842 



9Apr.833 
18JtllW885 
15NdT.887 

13 Jan. 843 

1 Mar. 843 



[M.G. 
38June8S8 



LC.30Apr» 844 



Remarkt, 



On furlough 



13 May 825 
2lNov.838 
18June895 

i5Nor.837 
36Mir.888 

840ct.889 
lMar.843 
STSept. 



19June841 
14June843 
13 Aug. 
11 Nov. 



M. 30Apr. 

l6JflB.886 

7 Jan. 830 

l4Apr» 



Ci2My.48 
C. 5Nor, 
Ci3Feb4i 
C.igNov. 

Ci9Ja)y43 



31 July 840 
l8May842 
31 do 848 
30 July 



844 



Stud dept. 



dd in C«n. 2d 
incg. cair. 

2d in Com ifh 
insg. cav. 



Pacings Orange. 



Adjutant W.Wyld 

Inter, and qr.-mas.. . T. Quin 

Surgeon J. Meiuies 

Assist, do •• •• 

Veterinary do J. Hoey 

Riding-mas. P. H. Sheehao 



7 Feb. 840 
20 Sept. 843 
17 Feb. 844 

11 Apr. 840 
25 Mar. 844 



BENGAL. 



81 



Fifth Regiment Light Cavalry. 

« JBLLALABAD ''-"CABOOL* iMft.** 
Statum-^Muttrtu Jrrived February, 1844. 




1797 



1807 



1810 



1830 
1833 
18^5 

1837 



1890 
1834 
1837 
1889 
1835 
1838 
1840 
1841 



1838 
1841 



COLONEL. 

J as. Kennedy, C.B. 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

Thos. M.Taylor 

MAJOR. 

Wm. Alexander 

CAPTAINS. 

C.E.T.01dficld,C.B. 
ArthurWheatley 
C. M. Gascoyne 
J. D. Macnaghten 
Arthur Hall 

LIEUTENANTS. 

T. L. Harington 

E. W. C. Plowden 
Robert Christie 
Alfred Wrench 
John S. G. Ryley 
C. G. Becher 

F. E. ViUart 
H.J. Stannus 

CORNETS. 

A. W. M. Wylly 
A. P. C. Elliot 



Regimeni. 



36Dec.833 



5Aug.839 



7 July 841 



i4Dec.835 
dDcc.838 

13 Jan. 843 

do 

14 do 



3Dec.8S8 
1 July 841 
6Jan. 843 
18 do 
13N0T. 
do 
do 
do 



18 Apr. 843 
3oJune 



Army* 



[M.G. 
33N0V.841 



93July839 



LC. SoApr. 

3iJune84i 
13 do 



C.0Ap.843 



RemarH, 



844 Com. 4th 
irrcg. ca¥»* 



Stud dspt. 



C.lOFeb4l 1 [irrcg. cav. 

3d in com. 8Ch 
On furlough 



3Jnne838 
8Mar.841 



Facingi Black, 



Adjutant R. Christie 

Inter, and qr.-mas . . T. L. Harington 

Surgeon J- Barker 

Assist, do 

Veterinary do A. C. Williams 

Riding.mas Andrew Poole 



11 Mar. 843 

do 
30june84d 

8NOV.848 
30DeC.843 



* Extra aidc«Kie-camp to Gov.-Gcn. 



82 



BENGAL. 



Sixth Regiment Light Cavalry. 

** LASWARBEM^<*8«TABnL1>IE ••u-" BRDRTPOOR.*' 



StaHon^Nmseerabad, Arriud Mmxk, 1844. 
Ordered to Loodumak, 



V" 




Bank in the 


" 


ti g- 


Names, 




Remarks* 


Co N 




Regiment. 


jtrm^* 


^^ ^^r ^^^^f^9 ^^W^^ ^ 




COLONSL. 




{UXy, 




1705 


John Tombs 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 


26Mar.829 


a8June838 


Com. Saugor 
div* 


1807 


J. B. Hearsey 

MAJOR. 


28Dec.838 






1807 


R. L. Anstnither 

CAPTAIirS. 


do 


28Jttne838 


Qarcifr. 


1808 


Lucius H. Smith 


iMa3r934 


Mdo 


Com. istiiRgn- 


1820 


Fred.Coveiiti7 


ioNov.995 




Smd dep. 


1821 


Nath. D. Barton 


tloOct. 837 


iMa7837 




1822 


Edward Watt 


28Dec. 8d8 


3 Jan. 838 




1825 


E.S.S. Waring 


iMar.844 


5N0V.40 






LIEUTENANTS. 


> 






— 


Wm.J. E.Boys 


18Af^.894 


C.i8lan.4i 




— 


George Scott 


iaN0T.88S 


C. 13 June 




1826 


James R.Burt 


19 do 


C340ct.41 




1838 


C. R* H. Chriftie 


38l>ec.838 


C. 8 Jan. 44 




— 


J. A. D. Fergussou 


28Sep.840 


C.7May 


Oil furlough 


— 


S. F. MacmuUen 


20Nov.841 


C.38Mar. 




1837 


Hen. R. Grindlay 


SOSep.949 






183g 


Anstruther Mactier 

CORNETS. 


I2N0T. 






1840 




30Oct.840 


8 Jan.840 




1841 


Robt. Anderson 


iaDec.841 


33 Jan.841 




1843 


George Delane 


10June843 


3 3 Feb. 848 




^^i^g 


A. M. Shepherd 


13Mar.844 


iDec. 





Facings Orange* 

Adjutant .« 

Inter, and qr.-msLS. . W. J. E. Boys 23 June 841 

Surgeon « . G. Tumboll 1 1 Sept. 843 

Assist, do 

Veterinary do J. Harris 10 Sept. 888 

Ridtng.mas. T. Nevin 39 Dec. 84a 



BENGAL. 



88 



Seventh Regiment Light Cavalry. 

Siatitm^SMriarpare, Arfioid Jmme, 1844. 



'ST 

s ^ 



1798 



1807 



1830 



1822 
1834 
1S25 



Names* 



Rank in tie 



Rtgwuni. 



1837 
1838 
1831 
1835 
1836 
1838 
1830 



1841 



COLONEL. 

H. T, Roberts, C.6. 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

W. Burlton 

MAJOR. 

Benj. T.Phillips 

CAPTAINS. 

Thos.D.Colyear 
Robt. A. Master 
Charles Ekins 
Whalley Master 
Sam. J . Tabor 

LIEUTENANTS. 

R. J. Hawthorne 
£. I. Robinson 
John Staples 
Richard Boulton 
M. J.TurnbuU 
William Young 
OctaT. Hamilto n 
C. W. Radcliffe 

CORNETS. 

Daniel Bayley 
F. R. Tottenham 
Dan. Christie 
Thos. T. Boilcau 



Army* 



[M.G. 
33Noy.841 



l9May838 



1 3Jan. 843 



38 Sep.841 



33Apr.8d9 8 May 838 
loMar.841 i3May840 



Remarks, 



On furlough 



Com. gen. 



36July 
38 Sep. 
11 Jan. 843 



i3Apr.a37 
3Sept.838 
33 Apr. 839 
l5May840 
loMar.841 
36 July 
38 Sep. 
11 Jan. 843 



19 June 841 
3oSept. 
30 Jan. 843 
31 May 



MdoApr44 
27June84l 
19 Nov. 



C.13Sep43 

C38Mar44 



3nd Assist adj. 
geo.of the army 



gMar 839 
1 1 Aug. 

8Mar.84l 
37July 



Super. Bhuttee 
country 






9acmg9 Orangt* 



Adjutant M. J. TumbuU 

Inter, and qr.-mas. Richard Boulton 

Surgeon J. O'Dwyer 

Assist, do 

Veterinary do. . . •• J. Hoo^h 
Riding-mas.. • • . • • U.Jordan 



33 Apr. 840 

6 Dec. 839 

36 Jan« 844 

ito Sept. 833 

36 May 837 



86 



BENGAL. 



Tenth Regiment Light Cavalry. 

•« BHUETPOOa"— •• CABOOL, 184a.''— " MAHAEAJPOOR.' 

SiatioVf^MeeruU Arrh'ed February \B43. 

Ordered to Nowgeng, 



1^ 



17»8 



1805 



1821 



1824 
1825 



1827 
1828 
1839 
1835 
1837 

1839 



Names, 



1840 
1842 



colon:el. 
J. Caulfield>C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

Alex. Pope, C.B. 

MAJOR. 

Chas.D. Blair, CB. 

CAPTAINS. 

John Free 
Richard Cautley 
Martin H.Hailes 
Ronald Ml^onell 
T. F. B. Bcatson 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. B. Mosl^ 
Chas. A. Kitson 
Edward Harvey 
W. C. Alexander 
John Munro 
William Fisher 
Wm. Alexander 
Rich. G. Simeon 

CORNETS. 

C. Dumbleton 
James Shaw 
Chas. McC. Cotton 



Rank in the 



Regiment. 



l0Mar.841 

4N0V.839 
do 



12Apr.836 

pJune838 

4N0V.830 

loJune842 

I40ct. 844 



0June838 
l9Jan. 839 

4N0V. 
l6jQne840 

2June841 
10 do 842 

29JU17 

140ct. 844 



7June84l 
3Sept.842 
sStpt, 



Army, 



[M.G. 
23N0V841 



Remarks, 



On furlough 



MdoApr44 

2Mar.84i 
27June 



C.4Mar.43 
C.S8Mar44 



oJuly 840' 
15 Feb. 842 
aMar. 



Adjjrfrrreg.cav. 
* [guard. 

Gov. gen. body 
Gwalior cont. 



On furlough 






Facings Orange, 



Adjuant ,.aA.Kat8oa 3oDec. 840 

Inter, and qr. -raitt. . 

Surgeon « . A. Davidson, u j). JL6 Nov. 837 

Assist, do •• 

Veterinary do..,. ..Hy. Chas. Hulac pOet, 829 
Riding-mas • Tbos. Peake 10 Sept. 825 

* Gov*gen,'s bfl^j^gsard and aide-de-camp to Gov.-gen. 



BENGAL. 



St 



Eleventh Regiment Light Cavalry. 

Station — Cavmpore, Arrived March, 1843. 
Ordered to Nuiseerabad, 



^*.* 




RMtkintkt 






Hamts* 


R^ltfaeftt, 


Jtmt^* 


Remarks, 




COLON£L. 




[M.G. 




1794 


A. Watson 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


l3May825 


28Juiie8&8 


Com. Allahabad 


1807 


H. F. Salter 

MAJOR. 


5J«n. 844 


23 July 839 




1810 


John Fit^erald 


5Jan. 844 


28June8d8 






CATTAIIK. 






[cufld 


1817 


Humphry Hay 


l5SepC.895 > M.do [841 


Brig^maj. Rohit> 


._ 


James Frascr, eJi. 


2aOet.8C7 M.23NOV, 


On forlongh 


1818 


Franeis Wheler 


7July888 [842 


* [Meratdiy. 


i«ig 


Geo. C. Ponsonby 


19May838 


M.23D4C. 


Asst. adj. gen. 


1830 


G. St. P. Lanraeace 

LIEUTENANTS. 


5J«a.844 


5May8«6 


Onfiulengh 


_ 


Chas. D. Dawkins 


iMay824 


C» 4 July 


t 


1821 


John Inglis 


70ct. 


Cl9Jaik37 




1833 


Edward Vibart 


I3]iftay«25 C.iM»yd9 




1835 


Jas. Geo. Lawson 


3»May826 ! C«0Sept4O 


Do 


1827 


Jas.D. Mofiat 


3NOV.840 C.20SeH3 




1832 


J. H. L- M. Toone 


iONo«;84i 






1839 


WMGMaoonochie 


lSN«K.a42 






1840 


R. G. Taylor 

CORNETS. 


sJan. 844 




GQir..g8n.'s 
body-guard. 


1841 


E.C. Warner 


38Dee.84t 


25 Jan.841 




1842 


E. C. Vibart 


l4J«ae848 


l3jQly84S 


! 


1843 


J. V. V. McDowell 


12 Aug. 


4Apr.S4d 




— 


E. J. SeppingB 


8 Apr. 844 


lDec.848 





Facings grange. 

Adjutant •« J.H. U M. Toone 8 Feb. 843 

Inter, and qr.-mast, • 

Surgeon 

Assist, do. ..••.••• 

Veterinary do 

Riding-master •• ...I. CBoltoa 22 Jan. 842 

* Com, 7 th irreg. cav. 
f Con* GoVi^Gen.'s body'gnard. 
H 2 



88 



BENGAL. 



First European Regiment Light Infantry. 

(Right Wing.) 

•• PLA8«EY»»— " BUXAR"— " GUZERAT»»— " DEIG"— 
•• BHURTPOOR»»— " AFFGHANI8TAN"-."GHUZNEE.»» 

Staium — SubiUhoo. Arrived 



o%J 




Rank in the 1 




*•* §" 


Nafttts* 




Remarkt. 


1^ 




Regiment, 


^mty» 






COLONEL. [C.B. 




[M.G. 




1708 


Sir J. Bryant^ Knt. 

LIEUT..COLONELS. 


97June835 


23N0V.841 


On furlough 


1805 


J. Orchard, C.B. 


27 July 830 






1818 


George Warren 

MAJOR. 

• • 

CAPTAINS. 


6Aug.843 


asJuly 839 


Town. maj. 

Pres. 


1830 


James Matthie 


8Sept8d5 


M22NV.43 


Dep.com Assam 


1822 


Thomas Box 


27 July 830 






1825 


Charles Clark 


IONOV.843 


i3Feb.84i 






John G. Genard 

LIEUTENANTS. 


32N0V. 


2iJuly 


Sab assist, com. 
gen- 


1838 


Jno. W. Bennett 


ltiDec.885 


C25Dec.43 




1829 


H. T. Combe 


27July 836 


Ca3July44 




1835 


F. Shuttleworth 


20July 838 






1837 


R.W.H.Fanshawc 


dOct. 840 






___ 


James Pattullo 


do 






^_ 


Robt.H. Hicks 


2NoT.841 






1838 


Geo. O. Jacob 


16July 842 








John Lambert 


do 






1840 


Geo. G. Denniss 


iNov. 






1839 


Edm. D. Byng 


OAug.843 






1840 


South. Greyille 


4 Nov. 






^_ 


H. B. Edwardes 


10 do. 




« 


1841 


Alex. Hume 


92 do. 






1842 


J. Williamson 


25 Dec 








E. CunliffiB 

ENSIGNS. 


23July 844 






ai_ 


Thos. Staples 


20Sept.842 


ioJune842 




1841 


H. E. Smith 


4N0V.843 


26 Aug 841 




1842 


F. W. A. Hamilton 


10 do. 


6July 849 




1843 


R. B.Blamire 


10 do. 


9April84d 




___ 


F. O. Salusbury 


8 Dec. 


9 Jane 




.^ 


P. Moxon 


8 do 


do 




^^ 


C. O. B. Palmer 


12 do. 


do 




^„„ 


G. H. Davidson 


23 Jan.844 


do 




_ 


John Maginn 


Feb. 


10 do 




,844 


M.H. Combe 


8 Oct 


8oDec. 





•^« The Regimeniah of the Infantry SemrleU'^Ltiee GoU, 



BENGAi* 



80 



First European Regivient Light Infantry. 

(Left Wing.) 

«' PLASSEY »»— " BUXAR»»— •• G0ZERAT»-J»« DEIG**— •^AFFGHAHU- 

TAN ••— "SHUZNEE.*' 

Stationr-Subathoo. jlrrhaed 




COLONEL. 

1 800 ' 6. Hunter, C.B. 



LIEUT.. COLONS&. 



! MAJOR. 

isir.DavidBirreH 



CAPTAINS. 

1818 John P.Ripley 

1819 Win. Shoftreed 

— I Thomas Lysaght 
1823 Alister Stewart 
1821 Wm.£dni. Hay 

i LIEUTE^TANTS. 

1 827 ; JsLs* Rath. Pood 

1838 I Fian. HtfrisMi 

_ ;Bem.KeiKfall 

— ! Douglas Scaton 

— Edward Msgai^ 
1 885 ; Joka F^^;tii 
1836 W. K. Htalcwood 



Bjmk in iht 



Regiment, 



17 Jan. 841 



Army. 



Remarwtm 



[M.6. 



(SuUnir 



10Nov.d43 



19June89l 

15Nor.836 

27Sept.8S7 

5Mar.8d8 

IONOT.843 



llMay8d2 

sMaySdd 
l3Mar.ga3 
89July 886 
I5N0V. 

ftMar.888 
10 Aug. 



23N0V.841 Ckun. field force, 



23NQT.841 



M23l>CC42 
14Fe^.835 
3 June 

19 July 37 



On furlough 
Nizant's senrioe 



C2 2 May 4 3 . 

C. 4 Dec. ! On furlough 

C. 1 Jan. 44 

C. 1 Apr. 

C. 31 Aug. 

Do. 



Fatim$iSky Blme, 
Adjt. to the regt. •» J. R. Pond 7 June 839 

Surgeon to do ..W.lr.McGregttr,MD7Feb. 843 
Assist, do do •• 



H 3 



90 



BENGAL. 



5 8: 



1793 

1804 
1805 

180S 
1800 

1830 

1818 

1819 
1831 
1823 

1833 



1824 
1825 



1838 
18-27 
1838 
1829 
1833 
1835 
1830 
1839 
1835 
1840 
1841 

1841 

1842 



Second European Regiment 

StaHon, • ^trrioed ,184 

Ordered to Sukhtr, 



Names. 



COLONEL. [K.C.B. 
Sir T. Whitehead, 

LIEUT. COLONELS. 

James Frashard 
G.W.Mosclcy,C.B 

MAJORS. 

JohnCowslade 
James Steel 

CAPTAINS. 

John Buncombe 
J. A. Fairhead 
Jos. L. Revell 
Geo. R. Talbot 
Christ. H.Naylor 
C. J. F. Burnett 
Wm. Lisle Hall 
G. B. Michell 
Andrew Grant 
William Gibb 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Nathaniel Vicary 
Thomas F.Tait 
Hugh Mackenzie 
J. H. Mayow 
John Liptrott 
Alfred H. Corfield 
Wm. B. Lumley 
M. £. Sherwill 
Fred. D. Atkinson 
Alexander Boyd 
Fd, J. Thompson 
Rob.N.Tronson 
H.J. Houstoun 
George Gaynor 
Jos. Bleaymire 
W. D. Harris 
G. W. G. Green 
Wm. Graham 
M. R. Nightingale 
E. J. White 



Rank in the 



Begknent. 

1 May 82 4 

9Aug.836 
17 Sept. 



sOct. 839 
15Aug.842 

dOct. 839 

do 
do 
do 
do 

15Aug.842 
30Dec. 
1 Jan. 843 
ioJuly844 
25Sept. 

SOct. 839 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

SOct. 840 

do 
27Dec.84i 
l6July842 
1 5 Aug. 

12N0T.842 

do 
26 Dec. 
i6Aug 843 
iJan. 844 
lOJuly 
25 Sept. 



Army, 



[M.G. 
l0Jan.8d7 



loJan.837 
do 

13 Apr. 831 
36Jttne833 

6Aug.833 
30Sept.8S4 
13 July 835 
usFeb. 837 
11 July 838 
do 

7Jan. 830 
lOFeb. 

C20Mar40 
C.38Sept. 
Cl5Mar41 
C.2i June 
C. 7Feb.44 

C33Aug43 
C. 6Jan.44 



Itemarki. 



On fui lough 



l6Jan.843 



Brig. 



maj. Fe- 
rozepore 



Cora. 3d irreg. 
Cav. 



[moorloc.batt. 
3d incom., Sir- 
On furlough 



■ 



• Gwalior Coat. 



t 3d iu com. 3rd irregular cavalry. 



BSNGAU 



^ 



Second European Regiment. 

(Continued), 





SioHam, 


• AtTV9€d 


Ordirwd to Sukiur. 


v:.' 




Bank in the 


s §• 


Names. 




1^ 




Regiment, 


Army. 




ZNSIGNS. 






1842 


Benj. Hawes 


33Apr. 843 


llJune843 


— 


J.J.Farrington(2d} 


I 4 June 


ssJulj 


1843 


J. C. Paterson 


ai Aug. 


33 Feb. 848 


— 


J. F. Campbell 


10 Nov. 


25 do 


-» 


J. Silver 


10 do 


1 Mar. 


.. 


Chas. Baldwin 


13 Mar. 844 


10 July 


•i— 


J. W. Eccles 


lOJaly 


9 Dec. 




A. Paterson 


laAug. 


do 


1844 


H. K. Hume 


3 Oct. 


30 do 




• • 







, 184 . 



Remariu, 



Facinga^WTiUe. 

Adjutant Fred. D. Atkinson 

**'K^!.T!^ JA. H. Coc6eW 

Surgeon • • • • • J. Morice, m.u. 

Assist. do ••..•••••• 

J}o •••• .••• ••••••$• A. Homan 



13 Dec 839 
18 Apr. 843 
28 Dec. 849 

15 Apr. 844 



sa 



BI^dQAL; 



First Hegimeut Native Infantry. 

** PLaSSEY»»— •• KORAH»'— •• DELHI'*— <«LASWAREB " 

Station — Dinapore, Arrived Jprii, 1844. 







Rani in the 




S o! 


Names, 


^^^^^vw^^F ^w^ ^^^^r 


lUmarks. 






ig^inumt. 


Jirmj, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1706 


F. V. Raper 

LI£t}T.-COLON£L. 


aJan.83l 


28June838 


* 


1805 


Rich. Benson 


3«lKly830 




t 




MAJOR. 


■ 




* 


1818 


FiancisRowcroft 

CAPTAINS. 


'26May843 


' 


/■ 


1810 


Joseph Corfield 


14N0V.882 






1830 


Robt. H. Mika 


aoJoocaaa 




On furlough 


1822 


JohnS. Giflbrd 


1 Fcb.S37 




Do 


1823 


Henry P. Eura 


6 July 


,M40ct»4a 


3dAssL miUaud* 


1825 


Charles Wright 


36May84a 


Sept. 840 


gen. 


— ■ 


t red. Raleigh 




l5Mar.84i 


Adj.Galjiat.mil. 




LlEUTENANTl* 








— 


C J. Main waring 


aoAug.saa 


C. 15 Apr. 


Sub.assist.com. 


1827 


H G.Mainwariog 


3 Jan. a35 


Ci9JuIy4d 


gen. 


1830 


GooderickeA.Fisher 


1 Fcb.837 






1834 


Augustus Turner 


28June 






1835 


Edw. W. Bristow 


eJuly 






1836 


Geo. P. Goad 


3 Oct. 840 






1837 


Chas. E. Hickey 


25N0V 841 






— 


Athill Turner 


l6July 842 




On furlough 


1840 


John Ward 


d6Maya43 






1841 


Edw. J. Elms 

KNSIGNS. 


' 






— 


J. Dafwson, (itt) 


5hbgm>ist 


iollec.841 




1842 


Wm. T. Bifch 


26Sept. 


10Juiie842 






Edw. Thompson 


14June843 


24Sept. 




1843 


H. S. Smith 


lONOY. 


7 Apr. 848 





Adjutant G. A» Fisher 8 July 844 

Inter, and qr^-mas.. • G. P. Goad 32 Sept. 838 

Surgeon 

Assist, do K. Mackinnon 14 Aug. 844 



♦ Agent to Gov, Gen, Moorshcdabad. f Dcp. sec. to[gov. mil, dcp. 



BENGAL. 



ds 



Second Regiment Native Infantry. 

Grenadiers, 

" BUXAR ♦»-" GUZERATP»— " CANDAHAR, 184a,»»— "GHUZNEE,** 
'*CABO0L, 184i»'' "MAHARAJPOOR.** 

Statiom — Agra^ Arrived March, 1843. 



"^~ 




Ramk in the 






Namei, 


Rtgimenl* 


Amty, 


Biemark%» 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




I7l>5 


T. Wilson, C.B. 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 


13Dec.880 


28Jane838 


On furlough. 


1817 


C. Hamilton, C B. 

MAJOR. 


19 Jan. 843 






IS^l 


Archibald Bogle 

CAPTAINS. 


40ct. 844 




Com. Arracan 


1832 


Rich. Woodward 


11 Feb. 835 




On furlough 


1821 


Thos. W.Bolton 


30Apr. 






1825 


Rod. N.Maclean 


26Dec.84i 


l2July841 


* 


1826 


Thomas Young 


iJan. 843 


M30Ap.44 


Gwalior cont. 


1827 


Robert D. Kay 


40ct.844 


l6Apr.843 


t 




James Giff[>rd 

LIEUTENANTS. 




4 July 


• 


1828 


Wm Aug. Cooke 


30Apr.835 


C.7J8n844 


[ClassSaugordiv 


1835 


Wm.H. Larkins 


40ct.840 




Dep. Com. 2nd 


1838 


James Travers 


7June84i 




Adj.Bhopolcont 


1839 


James Rattray 


IsAag. 




On furlough 


1840 


H. Mainwaring 


20Dec. 






_ 


Nich. C. Boswell 


26Mar.842 






<~- 


Henry Mills 


i0July 


' 




1841 


Ant. G. Lister 


iJan. 843 








F.M«D. Gilbert 
J.J.Hamilton 

ENSIGNS. 


40ct. 844 


• 




1849 


R. T. Heysham 


180ct.842 


8Jttly 842 




~.— 


M.A.F.Thom8on 


14June843 


9Sept. 




1843 


G. A.Armstrong 

• • 

• • 


10 do 


30 Jan. 843 





Faeingi Yellwt, 

At^utant W. A. Cooke 14 Feb. 843 

Ioter.and qr.-mas. 
Surgeon ,.•••••• 

Aitsist. do. ..•••••• £. Campbell 4 Jan. 843 

* Super. Mysore princes and aide-de-camp, to Gov. Gen« 
+ Assist. Ad .Gen. Dinapore div. of the Army. 



94^ 



BENGAL. 



Third Begiment Native Infantry » 

•' BUXAR "— " GOZERATT." 

SttUiori'-^Bussingabad, Arrioed May^ 1843* 



1%^ 



1799 



1805 



1818 



1820 
1834 
1825 

1827 



1835 
1606 
1888 
1839 



1840 
1841 



Names, 



1842 
1843 



COLONEL. 

P. Lc Fcvrc 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 

John L. Earle 

MAJOR. 

David Downing 

CAPTAINS. 

John Butler 
Wm. Chas. Hicks 
Thomas Wallace 
Charle&0*BdBa 
John TttrtOB 
George Pott 

LIEUTENANTS. 

G. A. F. Hcrvcy 
James Metcalfe. 
Joo. P« Caiilfield 
Cbas« B. Stuart 
H. C. Griffiths 
Aug. H. Teman 
Peter A. Young 
James Marquis 
C. B.G.Bacon 
A. L. Newman 

ENSIGNS. 

W. L. Reynolds 
Hugh Rose 
Thos. C. Merrick 
Hen. B. Hillcoat 




l8Dec.834 



34Dec.84i 



l5Sept.839 



1 Jan. 837 
loApr.839 
i5Sept. 
.18 Apr. 841 
19Apr.843 



19Apr.830 
sJuly 

aOct 84a 

l8Apr.84I 
isNov. 
19Apr.842 
i((July 

5Feb.843 
24May 



14 May 842 
36Sept. 
14June843 
29 do 



[M.G. 
23NOT841 



13Jan.830 



35Oct.840 

3Feb.*842 
l9May843 



Remarks* 



On furlough 



Ass. ad. gen. 
Saugor div. 



On furlough 



ilDec.841 
liJune843 
loDec. 

17Feb.843 



Dep* com. 3id 
class. Saugor 



Facings Bright Yellow. 

Adjutant J. Metcalfe i Nov. 839 

Inter, and qn-mafti ... 

Surgeon 

Assist, do 

* Pol. charge Serohee, and Com, Jondpore l^on. 
t ad. in coou NmecMe ba*t. 



BENGAL. 



d5 



Fourth Regiment Native Infantry* 

«• CARN ATIC «-*• MVflORE.*' 
Statiot^'''Sul^r» JrriaedMt^t 1844. 





Names* 


Bank in the 


Remarh, 


4-^ 




Rfgimfffit. 


Army* 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1708 


SirR.H.CiiTrilfie, 


SoMay838 


28Junea38 


On furlough 




[Bt.>C.B. 




' 






LIEUT..COLONEL. 








1803 


Joseph Harris 

MAJOR. 


5Apr. 834 




Do 


1811 


Geo. R.Wilton 

CAPTAINS. 


lOApr. 844 


38N0T.941 




1818 


Henry Doveton 


9Apr. 832 




AMist.eom.gen. 


1819 


Chas.J.01dfield 


3lJao..8a8 


10 Jan. 865 




1830 


Philip Goldney 


3iMar.84i 


llJune836 




1832 


George Salter 


2Jan. 843 


30 do 838 




1833 


Heniy Wilson 


16 Apr. 844 


14Jan.8a9 




~ 


Joshua Wiloox 

LIEUTENANTS. 




3iFebw 




1825 


David Wilkie 


83Aug.837 


C28Sepuo 


• 


_ 


Geo.R.P. Becher 


9Apr.832 


C]5Mar4i 




___ 


Chas.Pattenson 


80ct 8d9 


C.4Dec40 


[irreg. car. 


1837 


Rowley HiU 


3 Oct. 340 


C23Feb.43 


2d. in com. 0th 


18d5 


Robert W. Bird 


8lMar.841 




Assist, togovgen 


1838 


Geo. R.Cook8on 


3Jan.843 




ag.S.W.ftontier 


1830 


James Young 


10 July 






1840 


O.J.M. Farrington 


l3Nov. 






1841 


JohnE.Fraser 


16 Apr. 844 






^^m^ 


Geo.D*Agutlar 

ENSIGNS. 








^^m. 


E. Wbelan 


31 Jan. 842 


36 July 841 




1843 


Henry Banng 


ft6Sept. 


aiJune842 




-mm. 


Robt. FerguBon 


l4June8i3 


9Dcc. 




1843 


W- F. Fawcett 

• • 


17 do 844 


iJulyS43 





Adjutant 

Inter, and qr.-mas... 

Surgeon C. J. Macdonald 34 Oc t. 843 

Assist, do « J* Cai^pbell -8« Dec.scS 

* Ad in Com.. Malwa Bheel Corps. 



96 



BENGAL. 



Fifth Regmient Native Injaniry. 

•• BUXAa»»--" GUZBRATT"— •• DELHI •»—•• DBIG.»» 





Ordered to Dacca. 




>-• 


Ramkimtke 1 




s §? 


Namtu 


« . 1 


Ritrnmrku 


1^ 


COLONEL. 1 


Regtmtnt. 










M.G. 


• 


1795 Alex. Duncan 


I May 824 


10 Jan.837 


Onfurloogh 




LIEUT.-COLONEL. 








1807 


H. Bumey 

MAJOK. 


17 Jan 834 






1813 


John Jerris 

CAPTAINS. 


lOJan. 842 


33Nov.84i 




1820 


Bulst. Bygrave 


4May837 


10 Jan. 830 


Paym. Pret. 


1823 


Wm. C. Birch 


3lDeC.840 


28June839 


Thuggee depc 


1825 


JosephC. Salkeld 


loJan. 842 


14 Aug 841 




1834 


Ralph Dowson 


18 do 




Gwaliof Cont. 


1831 


Lord H. Gordon 


l2Nov. 


ioMar.837 


On furlough 


1823 


John Fulton 

LIEUTENANTS. 


\ 


19Feb. 830 




1824 


John Graham 


13NOV.842 


C.i9Jan40 




ISftS 


Wm. Kennedy 


do 


C.i8Dec. 




— 


Fred. Maitbiid 


do 


Ci7Aug4i 




1826 


Thomas Biodie 


do C25May42 


Ass. to agent, 


1840 


£dw. S. Garstin 


l6July842 




Assam 


1841 


M. J. Slater 


12N0V. 


• 




— 


Claud. C. Crigan 


do 






18S7 


Alex.B.Fenwick 




lOJuly 42 




1838 


K. C. Stevenson 


do 






1840 


Jos.H. Firth 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


H. C. Johnstone 


12NOV.842 


81 July 840 




1641 


Wm. McNeile 


do • 


25Jan. 841 




1842 


J. M. Ritchie 


I4june843 


37Aug.842 




1843 


P. J. Sanctuary 


do 


28Dec. 






AdiuUiut •••••■•.. 


Inter, ind qr.«iiiai.. • F. Maitlaad , 20 June843 


Suigeon 


Assist 


• do.. •••••, ..AaM 


L Stuart 


•Ma 


r.S43 



BENGAL. 



97 



Sixth Regiment Native Infantry. 

«« MYSORE »'—•• BHDRTPOOR."— •' CABOOL, 1842 " 
Station —Shahjeka/tpore. Arrived Dec 1843. 



>^- 


Rank in the 


1 

1 


s §* 


Names, 


1 


R-tmnrlit 


4^ 


<50L0NEL. 


Regimen/, 

i 
1 


Army, 


1 








18o3 


K. Rich 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 


,i9Dec.842 

1 




• 


1804 


James Eckford 

MAJOK. 


;iiNov.837 

j 






1818 


John Ludlow 

CAPTAINS. 


20Dec. 843 




Political agent, 
Jeypore 


— 


James Stevens 


18 July 831 




On furlough 


1819 


JohnH.Clarkson 


50ct. 832 




^^ 


18-21 


D. C. KciUer 


n Nov. 837 


l9Jan.837 




— H.W.J.Wnkiiwon 


2oDec. 843 


11 Feb. 888 




1823 Robt. Wyllie 


iMar.844 


13 Apr. 839 




1824 


Markham Kittoe 

LIEUTENANTS. 




13 May 840 




1825 


Jas. G. A. Rice 


9 July 828 


C5 Fcb.4l 




1826 


G. O'BrycnOttley 


1 Apr. 829 


C2oMay42 


« 


1827 


Auch. A. Start 


llNov.887 


C20May43 


Prin. assist, to 


182S 


Bernard Gary- 


12Dec. 


C.4 Dec. 


com. Assam 


1835 


John Pluukett 


7NOV.838 






1837 


John Gordon 


leJuly 842 








W. R. Cunningham 


I2N0V. 




Adj. 7 th irreg. 


1838 


Ed. J. Rickards 


20DeC.843 




cav. 


1840 


S. Fred. Graham 


lMar.844 






1842 


Jas. M. Nuttall 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


Chas. F. Hicks 


l4June843 


2 5 July 842 






Robt.Stewart(2d) 


do 


9Dec. 




1^43 


John Jas. hicktbrd 


7 Mar. 844 


9June843 




— 


Henry J. Templer 

• • 


13 do 


10 July 


• 



Facings Dark Green, 

Adjutant J.G. A. Rice 30 iluly 832 

liitenand qr.-mas, . • 

Surgeon : . B. Wilson qo Mar. 838 

Assist do 

• Assist, to resident, Nipal. 
I 



98 



BENGAL. 



Seventh Regiment Native Infantry, 

•• GUZERATT»»— •• ALLITGHUB"— *« DEIG. ** 
Siation-~Delhi, Arrived March^ 1844. 




1799 



1804 



1808 



1813 

1817 
1810 
1831 
1823 
1825 



1826 
1827 

1837 
1838 

1839 
1840 

1841 



1842 



1843 



COLONEL. 

R. C. Andr^e 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

E. Gwatkin 

MAJOR. 

Griffiths Holmes 

CAPTAINS. 

Henry Templer 
Peter La Touch e 
Hen. Hudleston 
Sam. R. Bagshawe 
H. J. MacGeorge 
F.Cissen Brooke 

LIEUTENANTS. 

S. Cross Starkey 
Arth. P. Phayrc 
C. Grossman 
Walter Birch 
R.RiMainwaring 
John Fowlis 
Charles Need 
H. Godfrey Sim 
R. T. Leigh 
John Robertson 

ENSIGNS. 

G. Swiney 
George Brown 
Hen. Russell (2d) 
G. H. Thompson 



2OJune830 



iJuly 842 



[M.G. 

33NOV.841 



14JuneS42 28June838 



2 Jan. 831 

l2Dec. 

sOct. 83g 

i5Jan.84i 

iJune843 



lSept.833 
gJuly 835 
80c(. 889 

15 Jan. 841 

27 Oct. 

l4June842 

leJuly 
lJune843 

13 do 844 



21 July 842 
isOct. 
2lAug.84a 
3 July 844 



On furlough 

Sup. stud N.W. 
prov. 



l6Dec.829 

4Mar.835 
IsJan. 838 
21 Feb. 839 

17 Aug. 841 



C.13C)ct43 
Cl3Aug48 

C. 12 June 



Asst. to. Com. 
Kemaoon 
On furlough 
Do 



Assist, to com. 
Arracan 



30 Jan. 842 
loJuly 
22 Feb. 84 3 
8Dec. 



Facings Dark Gretn, 

Adjutant W. Birch 27 June 844 

Inter, and qr.-mas.. . S. C. Starkey 16 Sept. 843 

Surgeon William DoUard 1 Feb. 843 

Assist, do. 

* Brigade major, Rajpoot^nah. 



BSNCAL. 



99 



Eighth Regiment Nutroe If^antry. 

•« BUXAB.«> 
Station^'^Barrackpore, Arrived Pehruary , 1844. 



^^• 




Rank in the 




*^ S' 


Names, 


^m^f^^^v^w^ ^ ^^r ^ w^r^w 


Remtarks* 


5^ 




Regiment, 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1801 


Wm. Vincent 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


8 Oct. 839 


23N6t841 


Com. Delhi] 


1-807 


Geo. Hicks 

MAJOR. 


13 Mar. 844 






1818 


G. Farquharson 

CAPTAINS. 


13Mar.844 






— 


George L. Gordon 


sJan. 838 


24Ju]y 834 


• 


1830 


Steph. Williams 


l8Feb.84l 


5 May 886 




1823 


J. P. Farquharson 


a3Feb.849 


14Jan.889 




.^s. 


Thos. S. Price 


9Mar. 


13Apr. 


[nickpore 


^^ 


HcttiyT. Tucker 


13Mar.844 


10 Sept. 


Brig. maj. Bar- 


18^5 


€has. G. Latidon 

LIEUTENANTS. 




do 840 


On fiirlongh 


— 


W.A.J.Mayhew 


' SOct. 839 


Ci6Feb41 




1836 


G. W. S. Hteks 


do 




t 


inSfB 


FV. T. Wroughton 


aOct. 840 






1887 


Jas. G. Stephen 


i8Feb.84i 




Ass.Sup.Aj mere 


1839 


Hentf M. Wilson 


23 Feb, 842 






1840 


Wm. R. Eliot t 


9Mar. 






— 


Rich.F.Grindall 


16 July 




Dep. of public 


1841 


H. R.Dfew 


16 Aug. 




works 


— 


£dw. Oakes 


i3Mar.844 








Robert Cox 

ENSIGNS. 








•~- 


G. F. Turner 


30June843 


33 Dec. 841 




1842 


Douglas R«Glyn 


9«Sept. 


3Mar.949 




— 


Jas. J. Stephen 


do 


11 June 




1843 


H.V.A.Pauleft 


4May 844 


4Sept.848 





Facings Ydl«w * 

Adjutant W.A.J.Mayhew 19 Nov. 839 

Inter, and qr.^mas. # 

Surgeon T. W. Burt» m.d. 20 Aug* 844 

Assist.do •• 

* Puliiical agont^ Munueepore. 

t Com. Khoordah and Balasore ^aik company. 

I 2 



100 



BENGAL. 



Ninth Regiment Native Infantry, 

«« BUXAB»»--«' DEIG.** 
Station — Loodiatrah, Arrived June, 1844. 
Ordered to Lucknow. 



>^ 1 


1 
Rank in the 


••* §• 


Namts, 




Remarks, 




^ft W ^™ w^^ ^ ^r ^ 


Regiment, Army^ 






1 
COLONEL. 




MG. 




1794 


SirJRLumley,KCB 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


1 May8l4 


loJan.837 


Adj.-gen.of the 
army 


1804 


Matthew C. Paul 


]5Sept.S33i 


On furlough 


MAJOR. 








1813 


George A. Smith 

CAPTAINS. 


I5teb,842 






1818 


William Beckett 


35Sept.833 






1819 


John £. Landers 


3lMar.836 


lOJan. 835 


Com. Bhopal 


_— 


FrancisC. Reeves 


24Dec.84i 


2 3 Aug. 


cont. 


1821 


BDuPreTownshend 


i5Feb.842 { ioMar.837 


Dep.col.Sukkur 


1833 


Wm. J. Martin 


22Dec.843 


2oJune830 


[of the Army. 


1826 


James R.Lamley 

LIEUTENANTS. 




3Feb. 842 


istasst.adj.gen. 


1826 


Lionel P. D. Eld 


i5Sept.833 


C.5NOV.40 


« 


1828 


Robt. Thatcher 


3iMar.835 C.iApr. 44 


[Inf. batt. 


1820 


George Verner 


20Apr. 




Adj. Sylhct Lt. 


1830 


Robt. Hen. Sale 


80ct. 839 




Gwalior Cont. 


1831 


Jas. Murray (1st) 


3 do 840 






1835 


E. T. Daltcn 


24Dec.84i 




• 


1837 


W, W.D.Voyle 


15Feb.842 




On furlougii 


1840 


Jas. Murray(2d) 


22Dec.843 








D. M. Stewart 


sJan. 844 






1841 


J . A. Angus 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


A. H. Campbell 


4Mar.842 


35Aug.84l 




1842 


T. H. Chamberlain 


18 Oct. 


8july84i 




184d 


H. R. Corfield 


33Jan.844 


loJune 843 






Wm. Hen. Binny 


20 Feb. 


10 do 






Facingi JVhittm 


Adjutant . . » R. Thj 


ELtcher 2 Feb. 842 


Inter.and qr.-mas. . James 


Murray, (1st) lO Aug. 888 


Surgeon 




Assist 


,.do G.La< 


:on 


31 Ja 


LU. 844 



* Jun. assist, to Commissioner Assam* 



BENGAL. 



101 



Tenth Regiment Natioe Inftmtry. 

*• BUXAR>*— « KORAH.** 

Si aiio m* Fercztpofre, Anivtd Jime^ i%^4. 



Ordered to Caumpore, 






1798 



1805 



1819 



1820 

1831 
1824 

193^ 
1826 



f^ 



Namis, 



COLONEL. 

Ben. Roope 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

T. Dickinson 

MAJOR. 

W. M.N. Sturt 

CAPTAINS. 

John Wekhman 
F.W.Hardwickc 
Robert Ramsay 
J». D. Wilton 
William Lindsay 
Fred. Samler 



LIEUTENANTS. 

1937 Robt. Munro 
Joba Cohe 
Johnson Phillot( 
1831 i Philip G. Cornish 
1835 Charles Reid 
18:39 F. D'Oyly Bignell 

— Aug. Noel Cole 

1840 1 W.T.Phillimore 
R.L. Thompson 

1841 Wm.B, Irwin 

ENSIGNS. 

— I Wm. Geo. Law 

— J E. D. Elderton 

1842 I J. £. L. Willows 



184-3 



E. M. Marti neau 



Rigimtmt, 



Rami in tie 



Jinny, 



Remarki^ 



[MG. 

29N0V.834 28NOT841 



3 Oct.843 



23N0V84I 



sMar.sas 

1 Jan. 837 
i7Mar.84i 
31 May 
23Nov. 



5Mar.835 
39Aug 

]Jan^37 
8Sept.840 
3 Oct. 
i7Mar.84} 
21 May 
2 3 Nov." 
l6July842 



5june84l 



On furlough 



• 



8 Jan«840 
18 Apr. 
26 Apr. 841 

sMay 843 



C36Marv4d 
C3Dec.849 
CiiM&y43 



Do [loe.batr. 
Adj.Sirmoor 



23Jan. 841 
11 Jan. 842 I i5July On furlough 

26Scpt. ! 2.'JJunc842 



l4June843 



28Dec. 



Facings Dark Green» 

Adjutant John Coke 9 Sept. 835 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . A. N. Cole 4 Dec. 84 1 

Surgeon 

Assist, do C. Horton 1 Apr. 844 

♦ Assist. Sec. Military dep. 
t Com. iCemaoon loc. batt. 
I 3 



10* 



BENGAL. 



Eleventh Regiment Native Infantry. 

"GUZERATT"— «• BHURTPOOR." 
Station^- Cavjnpore. Arrived April, 1 843 . 



58; 



1804 



1817 



1807 



Names. 



COLONEL. 

Duncan G. Scott 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

J. R. Ouselcy 

MAJOR. 

David Hepburn 



CAPTAINS. 

1809 James Croudace 
1818 Thomas ScwcU 
— Jas. R. Birrell 
1822 I Chas.H.Thomas 
182a JThos. F. Blois 
1 824 Alex. Mackenzie 



1825 



1828 
18^4 

1837 
1839 



1840 



LIEUTENANTS. 

W. Cumberland 
Patrick Gordon 
Wm. Lydiard 
R.C. Pennington 
Sam. J. Bccher 

' Colin C. Robertson 
Jas. W. L. Bird 

! Edw. L. Dennys 
Chs. P. St. Jn. Law 
Ban. Pryce Lloyd 



Anil in the 
Regime n /. I Army. 



ENSIGNS. 

— I Arthur W.Owen 

— . A. B. Beatson 

1841 ! fi. W. Chambers 
184 2 j Fred. Aug.Saa^e 



7 May 844 



5 Feb. 843 



SOJuly 839 



8Sept.827 

7 Dec. 
390ct.832 
lODec.839 
20 Jan. 841 



8Sept.827 
7Aug.833 

I Dec. 830 
24June839 

;30July 

leDec. 

3 Oct. 840 
20 Jan. 841 
10July842 



9Jan.84l 

5 Mar. 
280ct. 
30SeDt.842 



28June838 



M23Nr.4i 
M. do 

18Aug.838 
i7Jan.839 
2.') Jan. 840 



CliFeb.4i 
C. 26 Apr. 
C. 15 Mar. 
C.28do 44 



Remarkt. 



21 Aug 840 

27 Sept. 
]2June84l 
llJune842 j 



Dep. paym. 

Meerot 



[Benares div, 
Dep ast.ad.gen. 

Adj. Malwa 

cont. 



Bandlekund 

legion 



Facing* ff^ite* 

Adjutant P.Gordon 

Intcr.undqr.-mas. • C.C.Robertson 

Suri^cou W. Milchelson 

Assist, do J. B. Harrison, m.d. 

• Pol. Agent to Gov. Gen. S. W. Frontier 
t Agent for army clothing, 3d division. 



18 Nov. 840 
25 June 841 

9 Oct. 844 
4 Mar. 844 



BENGAL. 



103 



2 2: 



1798 



1807 



1816 



1819 
1821 
1822 
18id 
1824 
18-25 



1827 



1837 

1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 



Twelfth Regiment Native Infantrij. 

** CAKNATIC"—" LASWAKEE/* 
StaUon'^Lueknow. Arrived April 184 :. 
Ordered to Ferozeport. 



1842 

1843 
1844 



Names, 



COLONEL. 

Henry Hodgson 

LIEUT.. COLONEL. 

Lewis Bruce 

MAJOR. 

WJ.Tliompson.CB 

CAPTAINS. 

Wm. A. Ludlow 
J. S. Hodgson 
Henry Kirke 
Hon.R.V.Powys 
Wm. B. Holmes 
George Cecil 

LIEUTENANTS. 

John R. Abbott 
Jas. H. Ferris 
Rt.W.C. Cope 
Thomas Cole 
"William Hooper 
Wm.S. Ferris 

RolxCWroughton 
Rbt. Roy Adams 
John T. S. Hall 
John Dunlop 

ENSIGNS. 

Chas. B.Tulloch 
Pat. Geo. Scot 
J. H C. Ewart 
F. C. Jackson 



Rank in the 
Regiment, Army, 



Remarks. 



23 May 828 



loApr.843 



do 



190ct. 833 
2lJune834 
SOApr. 842 
24 Aug. 
10 Apr. 843 



I9 0ct.833 
2iJune834 
2iJan. 837 
dOct. 840 
3oApr. 842 
leJuly 
24Aug. 
lOSept. 
l0Apr.84d 



2dSept.842 

do 
lOAug.843 

ioSept.844 



[M.G. 
38June838 



28June838 



llJuly838 
18 Feb. 839 
8 Jan. 840 



On furlough 



As5ist.com.gcn. 



Thuggee dcy>. 

GoTuckporc 
Dcp.pub. works 



C.3Feb.43 I Sen. assist, to 
C.3Mar. ' com.,ArMcan 
C. 16 June On furlough 



3Mar.842 
lOJutie 
30 Jan. 843 
3oDec. 



Gvvalior Cont. 



Facings finite* 

Adjutant J. H. Ferris I40ct.833 

Inter, and qr.-mas.. . W. S. Ferris sDec. 84> 

Surgeon ••.•••..... A. Wilson 8Feb. 844 

Assist, do 



lOft 



BENGAL. 



Thirteenth Regiment Native Infantry. 

" OUZERATT»»— " MYSfOBB.'* 
Statum'^Batrackpcre, Arrived Janmary, 1844. 



tmm 



88: 



-*^ 



1795 



1800 



1807 



1818 
1810 
1890 
1823 
1823 



Names* 



COLONEL. 

Thomas Gamer 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

C.R.W.Uney C.B, 



MAJOR. 

Sam. L. Thornton 35Nov.843 



RMftk in the 
Regiment, \ Army. 



7N0V.824 



20Dec.84l 



1828 

1835 
1836 

1838 

1839 
1841 
1842 



1843 



CAPTAINS. 

Geo. H.Edwards 
John P. Wade 
Cha. Commeline 
Wm. J. Cade 
W.SlL. Mitchell 
G. F. Whitclocke 

LIEUTENANTS. 

T. E. Colcbrooke 
Charles F.Bruere 
Wm. McCulloch 
Jas. E. Gastrell 
Robert Ferric 
Thos. F. Wilson 
T. P. Waterman 
Rich. C.Germon 
Rob. B. Francis 
A. M. TurnbuU 

ENSIGNS. 

Edm. Smyth 

R. B. Taylor 

A. R.E. Hutchinson 

John W. F. Bean 27 Feb.844 



1 sFeb. 839 

8 Oct. 

1 July 842 

6Sep* 
25N0V.842 



2Aug.83d 
9June8d8 

18Feb. 839 
80ct. 
8 do 840 
iJuly 842 

16 do 
6Sept, 

12 Feb.844 



lSOct.842 
l4June843 
do 



[M.G. 
28June838 



28Jane838 



11 July 834 
ioJan.835 
30May 836 
J 7Jan. 839 
5 Feb. 841 
i5May 



C.i2Dec43 
C.9May 44 



Remarks. 



On fiirlouglr 



Do 



[works 
Dep. of public 
On furlough 



1 oJuly 842 
9Sept. 
SoJan. 843 
21 June j 



Adj. Hurrianah 
light inf. 

t 

On furlough . 



Faeii^a Dark Che^, 

Adjutant T. F. Wilson 6 Sept.842 

Inter, and qr.-mas. • J. E. Gastrell 5 Feb. 841 

Surgeon 

Assist, do A. C. Morison 3 Oct. 840 

* Second in Com. Mhairwarrah local batt. 
t Assist, to political agent> Munneepore. 



BENGAL. 



106 



Fourteenth Regiment Native Infantry. 

•* SERINGAPATAM," "MAHARAJPOOR." 
Statiem — Ferozepore, Arrived ylpril, 1844. 



^•: 




Rani in the 




*•' §* 


iVinmrf. 






Ktmarkt, 




9 


Regiment, 


Army* 

[M.G. 






COLONEL. 




1798 


John A. Hodgson 


28Nov.839 23Nov841 






LIEUT..COLONEL. 








1807 1 Wm. J. Gairdner 


12Jan. 842 






' 


! 1 

MAJOR. 




1818 


Claud Douglas loJune 


23NOV.841 






CAPTAINS. 








1830 


Wm. Stnithers jaoMay 829 






1832 


Edw. J. Dickey 


l6June835 \ 


Stud departmt. 


1823 


Peter Innes 


loJan. 842 \ MaoAp.44 




1824 


Aug. H. Shepherd 


10 June 


8Jan. 840 






Wm. H. Rickards 


lMar.844 


3 May 


Dep judge adv. 


182l» 


F. Mackeson, c.b. 

LIEUTENANTS. 




4 Dec. * 


gen.Neerauch 
div. 


— 1 John French 


30'May829 


C2lMay4i 




1827 


Cha. Gust. Walsh 


80et. 839 


C. 25 Dec. 




1835 


C. L. Showers 


do 


842 




1837 


John S. Paton 


3 do 840 




1839 


Wm. Hampton 


12 Jan. 842 

1 




_— 


Wm. Fullerton 


loJune 1 




__ 


D.Chas.T.Beatson 


lOJuly i 




1840 


Arch. 0. Wood 


lMar.844 


1 




^__ 


J.H.H.Lukin 


iMay 






1841 


F.A.V.Thuibum 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


E. N. Perkins 


iJuly 842 


8Jan. 842 




—— 


Henry Smith 


I80ct. 


10 July 




1843 


John Govan 


l3Mar.844 


10June843 




— 


S. C.D.Ryder 21 May 


4Sept. 




Facings Buff, 




Adjutant J. French 21 May 84 


2 


Inter, and qr.-inas.C. G. Walsh 24 Nov. 84 


a 


Sui]g^eon T. B. Hart, A.B. i Feb. 84 


3 


Assist 


. do 









• Local rank' of Major, Affghanistan. Asst. 'to agent, Rajh- 
pootana, &c. 



106 



BENGAL. 



Fifteenth Regiment Native Infantry. 

** BHURTPOOR.'* 
Statumi>^Feroztpwe, Arrived November, 1843. 



2fr 



Nametm 



1795 



1805 



1817 



1821 
1823 
1824 
1823 
1826 
1828 



1833 
1836 
1837 
1840 
1838 
1840 
1830 
1840 
1841 



1842 
1843 



COLONEL. 

Hcn.Huthwaite 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 

T. Montcath, C.B. 

MAJOR. 

Wm. Alex. Troup 

CAPTAINS. 

William Hunter 
William Innes 
Jas. Tfios. Gordon 
Hugh Boyd 
W. Pitt Robbins 
G.J.Moatgomerf 

LIEUTENANTS, 

Thos. Smith 
J. W. Carnegie 
C. T. Cartwright 
B. M. Loveday 
Geo. G. Anderson 
H.Jno. Edwardes 
Alex. Bagot 
Hen. R. Shawe 
C.St.G.Brownlow 
R. D.Macpherson 

ENSIGNS. 

G. R. Brown 
Hen. C. Cuppage 
James Laing 
W. G. Ellice 



Rank in the 



Regiment, 



8 Mar. 830 



SApr. 834 



iFeb. 843 



30Feb.835 
lApr. 838 

ioMdr.84i 
5 Nov, 
iFeb. 843 



2oSept.8d5 

lApr. 838 

3Oct.840 

loMar.841 
5Nov. 

l7Dec. 

] 6 July 842 
1 Feb. S43 

28Se{ft. 



4Jan.842 
20Sept. 
16June848 
loNoY, 



ytrmy* 



Remarks. 



[M.G. 

38June838 



C40<;t.842 



33NoV.841 



llDec.839 
17 Jan. 
20Jatt. 843 
eJali* 844 



,C.iApr. 



I 



27June841 
23June84« 

lFeb.84 3 

4Apr. 



On furlough 

A.D.C. to the 

Queen (on furl.)' 



Com. Meywar 
Bhcel Corpif 



Aide-de-campto 
Gom.-ia-chief 
On fiirkmgh 



FadngM Frauh Grey, 

Adjutant 

Inter, and qr.-mas.* J* W. Carnegie 15 Jan. 830 

Surgeon •• •« 

A88ist.do ,««J. F. Beatson 3o Apr. 844 

* Prin. assist, to commissioner^ Assam. 

f Adj«'natiTe invalids^ and paym* native pe]iuon8> Mcerutand 
Hauper. % Adj. Mhairwarrah local bat* 



BENGibL. 



lOT 



Sixteenth Regivient Native Iiifantry. 

Grerutdiert, 

'* MYSORE >»^«S£R11iGAPATAM "^"AFPOHANUrTAN "—••GHUZNEE." 
«'CANDAHAR, 1842," '* HAHARAJPOOR.'* 

StcUion.^-Etawah. Arrived March, 1844. 




1794 



1808 



1814 



1819 



1824 
1835 



COLONEL. 

Dun. McPherson 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 

J. Maclaren C.B. 

MAJOR. 

Law . Nilson Hull 



CAPTAINS. 

Clem. G. Macan 
1821 iHarryM. Graves 
1823 E. R. Mainwaring 
Dacres F. Evans 
Arch. Balderstpn 
^neasJ. Mackay 



1827 

1829 
1830 
1832 
1837 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 



1843 



LIEUTENANTS. 

John H. Burnett 
Robt. Steward 
Fred. B. Bosanquet 
T. J. Gardiner 
Arbuthnot Dallas 
N B. Chamberlain 
Wm. Graydon 
Robert Unwin 
R. T. Stannus 
Geo. Foster 

ENSIGNS. 

G. B. Mainwaring 
P.M.Walmisley 
J. J. Dansey 



Rank in the 



Regiment, 



lMay824 



28NOV.839 



do 



13Sept.829 

3 May 833 

20 Feb.838 

38NOT.830 

80ct. 844 



13 Jan. 834 

4 June 
20 Feb.838 
3oJune 
28Noy.839 
16 July 843 
12N0V. 
29Dec.843 

80ct. 844 



20Apr. 848 
14Juiie 

93Jan.844 



Army, 






fmm 



MG.ioJan 



23July839 



Remarkt. 



837 On furl. 



M30Apr44 
M.40ct.42 

M,33 Dec. 
i5Mar.841 
21 June 



Ci6Ap|.43 
C. 12 June 



SJan. 842 
90Dec. 
ioJune843 



Do. 



Gwa].cont.[gen. 
Sub. A»t.Com. 
8tud dcpartmt. 
Brig. maj. Suk- 
kur 



On furlough_^ 
Po 

[mil. bd. 
2d ^«sist. Sec. 
A4j.gov. gen. 
body guard 



Facimgt Bitf. 

Adjutant •••••• ,,,« 

Inter, and qr^mas . . J. H. Burnett 

Surgeon ^ •••• 

Assist, do J. B. Macdonald 



9Sept.S3a 
MAttg, 844 



108 



BENGAL. 



Seventeenth Regiment Native Iiifantry. 

Station — Midnapore, Arrived November, 184Q. 



*^^ 


Rank tn the 




•0 ^ Katnga. 


_ . , . • 


Remarks, 


^.^ 




Regiment, Army, 






COLONEL. 




LM.G. 




1798 


Thos. P. Smith 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


150ct.8:32 


28June838 




1805 


Samuel Speck 

MAJOR. 


2JJan.8d8 




■ 


1819 


Thomas Cooke 


8Sep.843 








CAPTAINS. 


t 

1 




1820 


R. J. H. Birch 


29Mar.836 M30Ap44 


• 


— t James C. Plowdcn 


8bct.839 4July836 


Dep. pub.works 


1822 1 J. H.Wakefield 


0July840 11 July 838 




1824 1 F. W. Burroughs 


lOct. 841 j 8 Jan.840 




1825 Pringle Shortrccd 


8Sept 843 ! 1 Mar. 41 




1827 1 Robert Mackean 


1 3Feb.843 

1 1 


t 




LIEUTENANTS. 








18S5 


Geo. M. Hill 


28Aag833 


Ci3June4i 


Dep. paymaster 


1829 


T. G. St. George 


lNov.838 




Agia 


1831 


J.S.D.Tulloch 


gJuly 840 






1836 


Robert Patton 


30ct. 




1837 


J. C. Fitzmaurice 


18Ju1y841 


On furlough 


1839 


Horace Watson 


lOcr 




1840 


John Hunter 


lOJuly842 






— Jas. Turner Harris 


l2Jan.843 






1841 1 David Briggs 


sScpt. 




Dep. pub. works 


1842 Jas. Ant. Steel 








1 ENSIGNS. 






/ 


— H. Brimficld 


i4June843 


12 Aug. 842 




— Edward Hunter 


do 3oDec. 




1843 |T. A. Carey 


lONov, lMay84d 




1844 


J. Fendall ; 

i 


loSept.844 


30Dec. 





Facingi French Grey* 

Adjutant J. S, D.Tulloch 8 Nov 841 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . H. Watson 3o Apr. 844 

Surgeon F. Fumell 19 Jan. 843 

Assist, do 

* Judge advocate general, wirh offic rank of Lt« Col, 
t 2d in com. tegt. Kelat-i-Ghilzie. 



BENGAL. 



109 



Eighteenth Regiment Native hxfantry. 

•• BHURTPOOR.»» 
Staium-~Ntuseerahad. Arrived Marchi 1844. 



§J:i 



Namei, 



Rani in ike 



I Regiment . Army. 



1802 



COLONEL. 

C. A. G. Wallmgton 20Dec. 843 



LIEUT-COLONEL. 

1805 Jas. Parsons 

MAJOR. 

1808 Robert Kent 



1817 
1821 
1822 
1826 



1820 
1827 

1828 
1831 
1830 
1837 

1839 
1840 



1841 



1842 



Ketnarki. 



On fiirloagb 
7Ju)y 84S 23 July83o I Dcp. com. gca. 
28June838 



CAPTAINS. 

William Minto 
Fred. W. Anson 
J. C. C. Gray 
Charles Norgate 
Charles Brown 
William Edwards 

LIEUTENANTS. 

William Hore 
W.W.Davidson 
Geo. P. Austen 
Hen. E. Pearson 
T.C. Richardson 
R. F. Fanshawe 
Wm. F. Nuthall 
Fred. C. Tombs 
J. C. Remmfngton 
Hugh Vans Hathorn 

ENSIGNS. 

Charles Herbert 
Aag. F. Baird 
Hen. S. Belli 
Jas. Y.Gowan 



15 Apr. 840 



15N0V.828 ' M23Nv.41 
12Sept.833 
26June837 
3Sept.839 I 
15 Apr. 840 

i5Mar.84i 



0Jan. 833 
i2Sept. 



Ci4Feb.42 
C2]Mar.43 



|i6ian.8d4 I C23Aug;. 
26JuneS37 ! C. 8Jan.44 
I 3Sept.880 

jl5Apr.840 
I 3 Oct, 

12Apr.841 

lOJuly 842 



29May841 
do 

2Sept. 
2d do 842 



30 Jan. 841 
17Feb. 
11 June 
11 do 849 



Gwalior cont. 
Asst.ad.gen.Sii^ 
hind div. 

Dep.Com.2dcL 
Saagor dir. 



Sub. ass. com* 



Arracan local 
batt« 



Fadngs Lemtm YtUma* 

Adjutant • • H. E. Pearson 23 Jan. 84] 

Inter, and qr-mas. . W. Hore 10 May 84S 

Snigeoa ••«..... J. Bowron 14 Mair S49 

Assist, do 



110 



BENGAU 



Nineteenth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station — Bariellj^ Arrived Jatmrnry 1844. 



*^^- 




Rani in the 




Seas, 
App 


Names, 


Regiment. 


Armf, 


Remaifk$» 




COLONEL. 


[M.Gw 




1795 


H. Bowen, C. B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


28Nov.8i^6 


a8June888 


On furlough 


1817 


J. D. Sycrs 

MAJOR. 


9Aug.843 






1822 


Chas. G. Ross 

CAPTAINS. 


22N0V. 


• 


On fmloogh 

[batt. 


1825 


Jas. Drammond 


a3Sept836 




Kemaoon local 


1826 


William Smith 


8Aug.838 




[gen. 


— . 


Frederick Lloyd 


29July 840 




Dep. assist, com. 


1827 


Hen. V. Stephen 


9Aag.843 


27Junea43 


On furlough 


1832 


James Thompson 


22 Nov. 






1833 


W.K.Wollen 

LIEUTENANTS. 








... 


Alex. C. Boswell 


14Apr.837 






i8a« 


Rob. A. Smith 


18 June 






1837 


Dean C. Shute 


29July840 






_ 


Alex. Robinson 


SOct. 






1838 


Fred. P. T-ayard 


l6July 843 


^ 


Do 


1830 


Edward Forbes 


30Oct. 






1840 


JohnW.Bristow 


9Aug.843 






^^ 


John McDou^l 


22N0V. 






1842 


Hen. D. Manning 


3iJaa.844 






~ 


And. R. Crawford 

ENSIGNS. 








— ~ 


Norman R. Leslie 


14Juiie643 


34Sept.843 




184S 


Sam. R John Owea 


90Feb.844 


2oJune843 




1840 


L. R. Newhouse 


7Mar. 


12 June 840 


. 


1843 


J.O. Penson 


isJune 


8Dec. 843 

• 
• 





Fac^fA Doftk Green. 

Adjutant •••D.C Shute 9 Jan«844 

Inter, and qr.-mas •• 

Sturgeon 

Assist, do C. M^Curdy 1 8 NoV.843 



BENGAL. 



Ill 



Twentieth Segment Native Infantry. 

Station — Cawnpore, Arrived jipril IS44, 



'^< 




Rank in iht 




Nam^s* 




Remarlu 




Rcgtnitnt* 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1600 


T. Henry Paul 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


gJuly 840 


28NOV841 


On furlough 


1817 

%. 


J. A. Thompson 

MAJOR. 


ioNov.84a 






1819 


Fred. B. Corfield 

CAPTAINS. 


14Mar.84a 






18-21 


J. H. Craigie, c.b. 


6Aug.834 


M23DeC43 


• 


1833 


Jos. Ferris, c.b. 


llOct. 


M. do 


Com. Bundlekd 


1824 


Roben Steaart 


33July 837 




police battt. 


— 


Robt. H. Seate 


8Feb.841 


7Dec839 


- 


isa^ 


Thomas Martin 


i4Mar.843 


l8Dec.840 






James C. Scott 

LIEUTENANTS.' 




27Jun.84i 


Sub. asst. com* 
gen. 


— 


James K. Spence 


6Aag.834 


C. 'iiMay^ 


Dep.com.] std. 


1827 


Aug. B. Morris 


11 Oct. 


C5 Jan. 843 


Saagor<fiT. 


1833 


S. T. A. Goad 


23July837 




On furlough 


1836 


Colin R.Larkins 


30ct.840 






1836 


Henry R. Dennys 


8Feb.84i 






1830 


J. Hn. Geo. Taylor 


3Noi|. 




With KelatM- 


1840 


Don. Macdonald 


lOJuIy 84ft 




Ghilzie reg. 


— 


Ed. Moody Ryan 


7Aug. 






— 


R. W. Pilkington 


i4Mar.843 






1841 


Geo. J. Price 

ENSIGNS. 




■ 




— 


Wm. Stewart (ad) 


2oJane842 


33Dec.841 




1843 


Arthur C. Wale 


i4Jnne843 


3SDec.843 




— . 


W. H. S. Earlc 


7July 


17 Feb. 843 




— 


H. C. Hillier 


loNov. 


4 Apr. 





Facings Pfhltt. 

Adjutant ..••••.... C. R. Larkins 
Inter, and qr. mas. . . A. B. Morris 

Surgeon •« H. Guthrie, ii.j>. 

Assist, do 



37 July 843 

25 Dec. 887 

3 Sept. 844 



* Com. the regiment of Kelat^UGhiliie. 

K2 



112 



BENGAL. 



Twenty^First Regiment Native Infantry. 

"LASWAREE»»--" BHURTFOOR." 
Station — Barrackpore, Arrived January m^A. 






1793 



1805 



1811 



1818 
1821 
1835 



1827 



1828 
1833 
1839 

1840 
1841 

1842 
1843 



1842 
1843 

1844 



Namei. 



COLONEL. 

Wm. Crozton 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

W. W. Foord 

MAJOR. 

Jas.C. C.Gray 

CAPTAINS. 

Chas. Farmer 
John Dyson 
H. Spottiswoode 
George Carr 
Wm. H. Lomer 
Thomas James 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Henry Milne 
Joseph Chambers 
Edwin A. Rowlatt 
James Marquis, ist 
J. L. Vaughan 
H. T. Bartlect 
Geo. N. Cave 
H. E. Iremonger 
S. D. Turner 
J. G. Sparice 

ENSIGNS. 

F. W. Brodic 
M. Petrie 
J. R. A. S. Lowe 
R. F. Webster 



Rank in the 
Ref^imetit. \ Army, 



1 May 824 



11 Mar. 841 



iSepC. 



i2June833 
iiMar.841 

iSept. 
28June844 

1 July 844 



80ct.839 
llMar.841 

iJuly 

iSept. 
i6July842 
23JuDe843 
22Mar.844 
28June 

iJuly 



8NOV.843 
i6Apr.844 
30 July 
12 Sept. 



[M.G. 
lOJan. 837 



ioMar.S37 
9Aug.840 

13Jan. 841 

27June 
4NOV.842 



C.7Mar 44 



ioDec.842 
25Aug.843 
gDec. 
30 do 



Facings YetUnt* 

Adjutant. J. L. Vaughan 

Inter, and qr.-mas.. . J. Chambers 

Surgeon 

Assist, do R. H. Irvine 



Rtmarit, 



On furlough 



t 

Stud dep. 



Com. Kotah 
Contingent 



8 Oct 844 
32 May 840 

7 Oct. 844 



* Com. ist regt. Oudc local inf. 

t Dep. Judge Adv. Gen. Dinapore. «iiv« 



BENGcAL. 



118 



Twentjf'Seamd Regiment Native Infantry. 

•• CARMATIC"— *« DELHI.** 
Station — Barrackpore. Arrived November 1843. 



i^ 




Rami i» tit 




Seas 
App 


Namti. 


Regiment. 


Afwym 


Remarks. 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1782 


Martin White 

LIZVT. • COLONEL. 


1 May 834 


loJan. 837 


On furlough 


1805 


C. F. Wild, C.B. 

MAJOR. 


l9Sept.833 




Do 


1817 


Tho. E. Sampson 


igJan. 843 








CAPTAINS. 








1S16 


George Templer 


aMaySao 






1820 


Wm. Stewart (1st) 


36NOT.830 


a May 836 


♦ 


1821 


N. Sneyd Nesbitt 


aiSept.8a7 


93 Feb. 83 7 




1823 


John Hunt 


27Jiine84S 


i8Feb.8dg 




1825 


John Baldock 


l9Jan.843 


33 Jan, 41 






Wm. P. Jones 

LIEUTENANTS. 




3 Mar. 




1827 


James Grant 


20June836 


CioApr.43 




1828 


J. D. MacphersOQ 


36N07. 


C. 4 Dec. 




1831 


S. W. R. Tulloch 


2iSept.887 






1836 


J. F. D*E.W.H«n 


20 J lily 83 9 




Adj. Joiidpore 


1837 


Peter Drummond 


1 Nov. 84 J 




legisn 


1838 


Wm. John Hicks 


37June842 




^ 


1841 


J as. W. Smith 


lOJuly 






— 1 W.D.Morgan 


igJan. 843 






— ! Sydney I. Hire 


22Mar.844 






— 


Fred. W. Ripley 








1 

j ENSIGNS. 








1 842 ! Chas. S. Fowle 


i4Jujie84d 


24Sept.842 




1843 , Alex, G.Forsyth 


16 do 


7Feb. 843 




— 1 Thos. Jones 


16 Apr. 844 


2 5 Aug. 




1 844 1 A. F. English 


3 Sept. 


30Dec. 




i 


^aang9 IVhUe. 




Adjutant «0»1 






Ir,tcr. and qr.^mas . . J. D 


. Macpherson 20 Sepi 


t. 833 


Surgeon C. \ 


[ackinnon 1 1 i^^aVv 


844 


Assis 


t. do 


*lff^w Sm mmm *^^#H 


* A A \0\M% 



* Sup. of the family domains of the Rajah of Benares 
aiKt Fort adj. Chunar. 

K 3 



114 



BENGAL. 



Twenty-Third Regiment Native Infantry. 

- ALLYGHUR"— •* DELHI"—" BHURTPOOR." 
Station— Dinapore, Arrived February, 1844. 



It 


Names, 


Rank 
Regiment. 


in the 
Army, 


Remarki, 




COLONEL. 








1805 


Henry Cock 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


10Apr.84d 




On furlough 


1803 1 T. Robinson 


17 Jan. 841 




Pol. agcnt,Mey- 
war 




MAJOR. 






' 


1800 


John Moule 

CAPTAINS. 


30June640 






1817 


J.D. D.Bean 


20Jan.83l 






# 


John Fisher 


4June 




[local batt. 


1819 


John Piatt 


28July 833 




Com. Sirmoor 


1830 


Charles Chester 


23 Feb. 836 


13 Jan. 836 


Com. 2d Oude 


1823 


Charles Cooper 


30June840 


4May839 


loc. inf. 


1824 


John V. Snook 

LIEUTENANTS. 




1 1 Apr.840 


[Bundlecund 


1825 


Rich. R.W.Ellis 


l7Dec.832 


C 5 Nov. 


Pol employ 




Edw. K. Smith. 


2 8 July 833 


Cl6Feb.4i 


« 


1826 


Wm. E. Warden 


23Feb. 830 


C2oMay42 




1827 


Henry M. Nation , 


sOct. 839 Ci9Jan.43!t 


1826 


Robert Shaw 


27Mar.840 C29Aug.44 




1837 


Cecil P. Trower • 


30ct. 




1839 


Evelyn Bradford ; 


iOJuly842 






— - 


J. S. Davics 


2 May 843 






1840 


James Fagan 


6Feb. 844 






1841 


A. L. Mc Rf uUen t 

1 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


Gordon W.Clark 


20Sep. 84 2 


llJune842 




— 


M, Nicolson 


l4June843 


12 Aug. 




__ 


Thos. H.Hilliard 


do 


20Dec. 




1843 


C. W. Miles 1 

1 


7 May 844 


4Sept.843 




Facings Dark Green. 


Adjutant C. P 


. Trower 12 June 844 


Inter, and qr.-niast . . R. Shaw 9 Mar. 842 


Snrflnn 


»n ...A. 1 


^urrar. m.e 


u iF 


eb. 813 



Assist, do 



f 3d in Com. Assam Lt. Inf 

* Assistant for luppressionof tbugee. 



ENGAL. 



116 



Twtnty^Fowrth Regiment Native Infantry^ 

•* LASWAREE." 
Station Nusseerabad, Arrived March, 1844. 






Names . 



Rani in the 
\ Regiment, , Army, 



1798 



1804 



1807 



1818 
1831 

1833 
1834 
1837 



COLONEL. I 

Edw.H. Simpson 29Aug.833 

tlEUT-COLONEL. I 

Orlando Smbbs ' sOct. 839 



MAJOR. 

Louis S. Bird 



18 July 840 



[M.G. 
38June838 



38June838 



1838 
1833 
1837 

1839 
1840 

1841 



1843 



CAPTAINS. I 

John Griffin |30Mar.83O ' M.33 Dec* 

Alex. S. Singer jloScpUSas , [843 

G. B. Van Heythuyaen SOct. 830 ' 170ct. 837 

i8July84o' 9May839 

11 Oct. 843 < 8Jan.840 
I lOApr.843 



Tho. Mackintosh 
J.C. Hannyngton 
James T. Bush 



Remarks* 



LIEUTENANTS, 

Arth. Q. Hopper 
John Guise 
G. T. Hamilton 
James Wardlaw 
A. Carrington 
C. F. Davis 
J.T.Shakespear 
Robert Scott 
G.M.Waddilove 
I. G. Lawrence 

ENSIGNS. 

And. S. Smith 
John Doran 
Edm. A. Grubb 
John M. Earle 



Com. Dinapore 
diT. 

Com. Gwalior 
cont. 



3nd in com. 
Kotah cont. 



l9Sept.833 I C20Feb.43 
iJan. 838 { C-21 Apr.44 
80ct. 839 ' 

l8July 840 I 
3 Oct. I 

leJuly 843 

l3Aug. 

20Oct. 

11 do 843 



19Sept.843 3 Mar. 843 
30 do ' 11 June 
14Jnne843 1 30Dec. 
8 Dec. 9 do. 



Facings fVkUe* 

Adjutant J. Wardlaw 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . G. T. Hamilton 

Surgeon 

Assist, do • . A. Keir, m. o. 31 May844 



11 Jan. 843 
14 Mar. 839 



• Dep, Com. Chbta Nagpore. 



116 



QENGAL. 



Twenty-Fifth Regiment Native Infimtry. 

( Volunteers.) 



••JAVA.* 

Arrived Aprily^ 184a» 
Ordtfid to Khyouk Phyo, 



^w' 


Rani m the 




2 ^ Names. 




Remarks. 






Regiment. 


jsfmy. 


^» ^^r » » ^ ^^^m ■ V ^ ^F 




CO£ONEL» 




[M.G. 




1797 


John W. Fast 

• 

LlEUT^COLONEL. 


25Dec.837 


28June898 


Com. Sirhind 
division 


1804 


Rob. Ross 

MAJOR. 


sSept.839 




On furlough 


1818 


Stuart Corbett 

CAPTAJNS. 


l9Sep.840 


28June838 


[^o. 


1827 


J. Don Kennedy 


5July 837 




Sub assist, com. 


. — Arth. C. Raioey 


a4No?.839 




On furlough 


1820 George Ramsay 


5May841 




« 


■^ 


Walter Horc 


leNoy. 






isar 


John Clarke 


15Aug.844 


21 Jan. 84ft 




1838 


Aug. H. Dyke 

LIEUTENANTS, 




s Jan. 844 




1631 


Cbas. J. Richards 


l5May837 




t 


1833 


H.J.C. Shakespear 


sJuly 




Nizam's service 


1828 


F. B. Wardroper 


24NOT.839 


C i7Feb.44 


On fiurlough 


1837 


C. A. Nicolson 


] 9Sep. 840 




Do 


1838 


A. G.C. Sutherland 


30ct. 






1839 


Andrew Hunter 


8NOV.841 




With Ram^ur 


1840 


EJ . D»OyleyTMoney 


i6July84a 




Lt. Inf. batt. 


1841 


N. M. Strovcr 


19Nq¥. 






— 


Aur. Money 


16 Aug. 844 






184-2 


Fran. J. Eagar 

ENSIGNS* 




• 
■ 




—~ 


Sam. M. Munro 


26Sept.84S 


7 Apr. 842 




— 


Fred. A. Jeune 


do 


11 June 




1843 


R. P. Anderson 


14June843 


28Dec. 




1844 


C. G. Brodie 

« • 


3 Sep. 844 


so do 843 





Adjutant ..•••• 

Inter, and qr^-mas. • 

Surgeon 

Assist, do ••• 



Faeing9 Bhte. 



* Asst to resident, Nagpore. 
t 2nd Com. Arracan loc; bat 



BENGAL. 



117 



Tu>entj/Sixth Hegitnent Light Infantry, 

** ARRACAN. ••— " CABOOL, i84«." 
Siaiionf^Loodianah, Jrnvid JaTUtary, 1 843. 



<:5^ ! 



Names, 



Rank in the 



COLONEL. 

1793 ' Sir W. Richards 

K.C.B 

LIBUT..COLONEL. 

1805 I N. Wallace 



1831 



1823 
1834 
1835 

1837 
1838 
1639 



I MAJOR. 

I. H. Handscomb 

CAPTAINS. 

Hugh Johnson 
John L. Taylor 
Francis R. Evans 
Robt. Spencer 
James Duncan 
Jas. G. Gaitskell 



[ LIEUTENANTS. 

iSdd'Chas. W. Duffin 
1886 ' T. C. Blagrave 



1838 



1840 



1841 



A. J. Vanrenen 



1839 1 Folliotr W. Baugh 
John M. Cripps 
Aug. Gov. Eatwell 
Francois Mackenzie 
G. W. M. Hall 
G. A. Croly 
J. M. P. Montagu] 



1843 



Regiment* 

1 May 834 

80ct. 830 

14Dec.84d 



1 Jan. 837 

13 do 

8 Feb.843 
22 Not. 

14 Dec. 



|l3Jan. 837 
j 30ct.840 
35N0V, 

3 do. 841 
lOJuly84'i 
17Sept. 

8Feb.843 
33 Nov. 
14 Dec. 



1843 



ENSIGNS. 

Jas. Emerson 
H. Russell (1st) 
D. Mocatta 
J. Baillie 



|l4June843 
'16 do 
!l3 Dec. 
> 30 Jan. 844 



Army, 



MG.ioJan 



M30Ap.44 
l9May843 



Remarks. 



837 



34Sept.849 
8Feb. 843 
9 June 

35 Feb. 



[gen. 
Dep. asst. com. 

Aid-de-Carop to 
Com. -in-chief 

On furlough 
Do 



Survey dep. 
Scinde. 



On furlough 



Faeingt Red, 



3 Jan. 844 
18 Oct. 838 



Adjutant ¥, W. Baugh 

Inter, and qr.-mas . . C. W. Duffin 

i>urgeon • 

Assist, do R. Whiaall 35 May 842 



118 



BENGAL, 



Twenty-'Seventh Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station — Moradabad, Arrived June, 843 





Names, 


RamkintiM 


RmiarJb. 


1-^ 




RegiMettim 


Army* 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1799 


C. W. Hamilton 


OAug.835 


23NOV.841 


Com. Meywar 


• 


1 






field fiiice 




LIEUT..COLONEL. 








1810 


A. Carnegy 

MAJOR. 


5NOV.841 






1817 


E. Sutherland 

CAPTAINS. 


8 Oct. 839 




Nieam's scrricc 


1680 


Alexander Watt 


7Feb.8dS 




Assist.com.gen. 


IMd 


Lewis W.Gibson 


15 Feb. 63d 




On Idiiongb 


1894 


Thomas Plumbe 


80ct. 839 






14&5 


Jas. S« Alstoa 


13 Jin.843 


SlJu]ie841 


Do 


1«26 


John J. Poett 


14 do 






1827 


Rich. S. Simpson 

LIEUTENANTS. 




lMay843 


Sub aGSt« comu 
gwi. 


m— 


Walter R. Barnes 


8Mar.834 


C.6Mar. 


[to com. Assam 


1833 


Charles Scott 


15Juae839 




Ftindpal aautt. 


1835 


Cfaasles Harris 


80lCt. 




[lat-i-Ghilsie 


1838 


Chas^ M. Sneyd 


3 do 840 




Adj. reg»of JCe« 


1830 


Hen. M. Williams 


23N<»r.64^] 




Ott lailough 


— 


John Nicholson 


13 Jan. 843 






1840 


Geo. Thos. Gowan 


10 June 






1841 


William Forbes 


l6Ji:dy 






1839 


Thos. W.Seager 


12N0V, 






1841 


Hen. A. Dorin 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


E. G. Langmore 


i4June843 


2 8 July 842 




— 


E.V.Utter8Qpi 


14 da. 


lODec. 




1843 


G. W. Frascr 


Jan. 844 


gJune 843 




— 


N. E. Boileau 


7 Mar. 


iJuly 





Adjutant .J. NichoUon 

Inter, and qr.-mai»Chas. Harris 

Surgeon 

Asdit.do T. Thomson, M.D* 



13 May 843 
19 Feb. 840 

4 Jan. 843 



BENGAL. 



119 



Twenty' Eighth Regiment Native Infantry. 

«• DELHI.** 

Statiom^Sylhxt* Arrived December ^i^a^. 



>t. 




Rank in tht 


■ 


1^ 


Names, 


Regiment, 


Army, 


Remarh* 




COLOITKL. 




[837 




1795 


J.A. P. McGregor 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 


1 May 834 


MG.ioJan 


Mil. aud. gen. 


1804 


GWALloyd,C.B. 

MAJOR. 


7Jan. 836 






1818 


J.W.J.Ousclcy 

CAPTAINS. 


3oNov.840 




On furlough 

[works 


1619 


Wal. Rutherford 


SSOct. 8S1 




Dep. of public 


1830 


Hen.C. Boileaa 


6N0IV.833 




• 


1832 


Ralph Smith 


80ct. 889 


M30Ap.44 


Aid-de-camp to 


1833 


Edw.T. Tiernejr 


36Mai.840 


idApr.839 


CoDL^-Chief 


— 


JohnPovireU 


toNov, 


16 Jan. 




— 


John De W.C. J. Moir 

i 


31 June 






LIEUTENANT*, 








1624 


W.H.Nicholett$ 


soSept. 


C.9Feb840 


Oade local inf. 


1895 


Thos. D. MaTtin 


34Mir.8S8 Ci3Feb4l 




— 


Peter Nicolson 


soJune iai5Mar. 


+ 


1838 


C.T. Chamberlain ;30Mar.84O 1 snd in com. 9th 


— 


CRickettsMaling! aOct. 




kreg. cav. 


1839 


Henry J. Guise SoNov. 




Km 

RanigburLt.inf. 


^PlHM 


Marshall James 


rOct. 841 




b:itt. 


1840 


H. W. L. Sncyd 


iOJiily64(fl 






— ^ 


Com. Lysaght 


15Aug.843 








John Kendall 

ENSI6SS. 




1 


On furlough 


— 


Hen. T. Costley 


sMar.Ml 


i7Seft 840 




1843 


W. H. D. Ron 


t3June842 


3JaA.843 






Mord. M. Salmon 

• • 

• • 


toSept. 


isJuae 





Taeimgs Dtcrk Gtmt. 

Adjutant •...••«•.. T. D. Martin 7 Feb. 841 

Inter, and qr.-mast. . C. R. Maliug 4 Xan. 844 

Surgeon 

Assist, do G. S. Mann 14 June 842 

• Pafrmnter invalids,. Ac, Benares. 

t Extra assist, to Gov. gen. ag«'N.W. frontier. 



120 



BENGAL. 



Twenty^Ninih Regiment Native Infantry. 

*• DELHI.** 
Station^Jamaulpore, Jrrived December 1843. 



1^ 


Names^ 


Rani in tie 
Regiment. Army. 


Remark$» 


_;! V 

■ 


COLONEL. 




1 
LMG. 




1799 


John Dun 

\ 

LIEUT..COLONEL 


l0Mar.838 


2SNov.841 ! 


On furlough 


1804 


W. Burroughs 

MAJOR. 


27Sept.837 






1818 


Peach Brown 

CAPTAINS. 


l2Aug.838 


• 


■ " 


.— 


David Simpson 


24Apr.8d3 




♦ 


1820 


William Wise 


4Jul3r 830 


i4Feb.836 




1821 


Hcn.FitzSimons 


OApr.838 


18 Jan.837 




— 


John Bracken 


12 Aug. 


2 Jan.838 


_ 


1823 


Arch. Park 


5Sept.84i 


9Jan. 839 


Do. 


1824 1 F. C. Marsden 




18Mar.840 


t 


1 LIEUTENANTS. 






r 


1825 |G. W.Williams 


2lAug.832 


Ci&May4i 


[gen. 


— Geo. B. Reddie 


2 4 Apr. 833 


C. idApr. 


Sub.as8ist.cotn. 


1827 Chas. A. Morris 


4July 836 


Ci6Apr43 


On furlough 


1829 1 Hen. S. Stewart 


6Apr. 838 




. 


1835 JobnCJohnston 


3Feb.839 






1837 M. B.Whish 


14Feb.840 






1838 ' C.S.J. Tcrrot 


3 Oct. 




Do. 


— Langston P. Faddy 


5Sept.841 




. 


1839 William Agncw 


lOJuly842 




With 1st Assam 


— ! H.M.Davidson 

1 






It. mf. 

• 




ENSIGNS. 










P. F. Gardiner 


5Mar.84i 


27Sep«840 




1 841 ! Herb. C. Bowen 


lApr. 


25Dec. 




— F. G. Theilusson 


aoSept. 


iaJune841 


- 


1842 


Fra.R. Thomson 


26 do 842 


11 do 842 





Fmm^s Jkarh Green* 

Adjuunt G. W.Williams ai Nov.848 

Inter, and qr..mast . . H. S. Stewart 30 Dec. 887 

Surgeon W. Stevenson 27 Feb. 841 

Assist, do ••• 

* Paymaster native pensions, Allahabad. 

t Dep. Com. 3rd claw, Saugor and Nerbudda territory. 



BBNGAU 



1^1 



Thirtieth Reghnent Native Infantry. 

•• DELHI •^-><LA8WABEB«*—<*DBi6,**.«'CABOOL, IMS." 
Station — Luckmow, Arrived March, 1843. 



>i 




Rank '» tkt 




1* 


Names, 


Regiment, 


Art^f, 


Remarb, 




t:OL0NEI.. 








1805 


J. Holbrow 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 


3 Not. 843 




On furlough 




A. Hervey 

MAJOR. 


l0Mar.8d8 


, 




1816 


Thos^M'Sheny 

CAPTAINS. 


lDec.830 




On furlough 


18^3 


Alexander Jack 


3Dec.838 






1824 


Wm.C.Campbell 


13 Oct. 839 






1833 


Male. E. Loftie 


iDec. 


31 Oct 839 




183 5 


Rich. S. Ewart 


iFeb. 844 


14NOV.841 




1827 


Wm. H. Ross 


5 do 


3iMar.843 






Jas. S.tlarris 

LIEUTENANTS. 




13 June 




18S0 


Jot^n Morrieson 


3Dec838 






— 


W. M. Roberts 


80ct.839 






1895 


C. F. Fenwick 


13 do 






1838 


David S. Dodgson 


3 Oct 840 






1830 


Frederick Aubert 


10July843 






— 


G. Henderson 


ISNov. 






1840 


Wm.D. Bishop 


3 Nov 843 






1849 


Shakespear Sage 


J Feb. 844 






— 


J. T. Lumsden 


5 do 








Hen. Swinhoe 

ENSIGNS. 








1843 


D. Westrbpp 


7 July 843 


l7Feb.84S 




— 


F. L 'Estrange 


9 Jan. 844 


9 Jane 




— 


G. F. F. Vincent 


37 Feb. 


31 do 




— 


Alex. Pond 


i9Mar. 


11 July 





FaeingM Buff", 

Adjutant ••••«••••• 

Inter, and qr.-mas.* • John Morrieson 10 Jan* 840 

Surgeon J. Stokes 10 Feb. 844 

Attisudo* •••••••• 



122 



BENGAL, 



Thirty^First Regiment Native Inftmtfjf. 

DELHI ••-" LA8WAREB *>— •« DBIO *— •• BHUBTPOOR'*-.** KILAT.^ 
— <• AFGHAN ISTAN«>**«« MAH ASAJ POOR." 
Station-^-Mmorah. Arrivtd February y 1844. 




Rani in tit 



Regiment, 



1794 



1806 



.800 



1821 
1823 
1823 
1824 
1825 
1827 



1828 

1832 
1833 
1835 
1836 

1839 
1840 



1841 
1842 
1843 



COLONEL. 

Alfred Richards, 
C.B. 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

G. Tomkyns 

MAJOR. 

Jno.S.H. Weston 

CAPTAINS. 

Wm.R.Corfield 
Wm. Saurin 
Henry J. Guyon 
Wm. P. Milner 
W. R. Dunmore 
W. P. Hampton 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. B. Legard 
Geo. Newbolt 
Sam. Ric. Tickell 
Thos. C. Birch 
Wm.S. Dodgson 
C. A. Jackson 
H. C. Roberts 
Harman B. Hopper 
T. Hunter Smalpage 
Henry Finch 

ENSIGNS. 

Fred. Payntcr 
William Davis 
C. M. Fitzgerald 
R. H. Price 



2iJune820 
23 Nov 841 
20l>ec. 838 



SOJuly 832 

1 June 834 

15 Feb. 830 

27Mar.837 

SApr. 844 



lJune834 
l5Feb.8dO 

4Aug. 
27 Mar. 83 7 
20Dec. 838 

l7Aug.839 
3 Oct. 840 

1 2NOV.842 
SApr. 844 



jtm^. 



[M.G. 
38June838 



Rtnu/rhs* 



[839 
LC.I3N0V 



On furlough 
Nizam's service 



M30Ap.44 

15 Apr. 841 
3Mar.843 



C. 18 June 
C.7 Jan. 44 
C.12June 



[It. Inf. 
Ck>m. Ramghuv 
Dep.8sst.ad.geQ. 



On furl. [gen. 
Dep.as8ist.com. 



1 Apr. 841 
14June843 
27Feb. 844 

iMay 



25 Dec. 840 
9Dec.842 

20June843 
iSept. 



On furlough 



Facing* Bt^* 

Adjutant T. C. Birch 14 Apr. 840 

Inter, and qr.-mas.. . 

Surgeon 

Assist, do J. McCosh 14 Mar. 842 

* 1st Class Assist, to Com. Cbota Nagpore. 



BENGAL. 



128 



Thirty-Seamd Regiment Native Infantry. 

•• BHORTPOOR,** 

StatuM'^tibbutpwre. Arrived March, 1844. 



'^^ 




Rani in the 




i^ 


Names, 




Bjemmrk%, 






Regiment. Army, 




COLONEI.. 


1 




1801 


W. R. C. Costley 

LIEUT.i.«QLONEL. 


33 Oct. 642 




Com.Umballah 


1806 


Charles Coventry 


19Dec.842 








MAJOR. 








1818 


Charles Haldane 

CAPTAINS. 


do 






1819 


Alfred Lewis 


S Apr. 835 






1831 


Wm. Mitchell 


l9Sept.836 




On furlough 


1823 


Jas. S. Davies 


18 July 837 




Do 


.i. 


A. R. J. Swinton 


380ct.839 


10 Jan. 830 




16-24 


Jno. F. Middleton 


19Dec.843 


13 May 840 




1895 


Colin C.J. Scott 

LIEUTENANTS. 




19 Jan. 641 




.i— 


E. C. F. Beaumont 


160et.834 


C. 13 Feb. 


Do 


16S7 


Lionel R. Keane 


33Peb.835 


C.dFeb843 




... 


W.W.Davidson 


3 Apr. 


C l9July 


9dtn com. Bho* 


1838 


T.S.Horsburgh 


l9Sept.836 


Cl7Feb.44 


pal cont. 


1835 


Henry C. James 


18July837 




• 


1836 


Wilmcr O.Harris 


380ct.839 






1837 


O. Cavenah 


1 3 Jan. 842 




3d in com. 4th 


— 


Edward Close 


lOJwly 




irreg. cav. 


1839 


The hon. E.P, 1 
R.H. Hastings/ 


19Dec. 






1840 


W.A.CHickcy 

ENSIGNS. 






On furlough 


1641 


North Barton 


1 Apr, 841 


13Dec.840 




— 


C. R.G. Douglas 


17Sq>t.843 


l2June84i 




1643 


Charles Reay 


l4June843 


9Sep. 843 




1843 


Hen. S. Lester 

• • 


16 do 


30Jan. 843 




JF 


1 
Via'n^t Black, 


Adjaunt .E. Clos 


e 18 Nov. 843 


Inter, and qr.-mas. Henry 


C.James 15 Mar. 84 1 


Sni^eon •••• ••••C. S. C 


urling 3 Aug. 849 


Assist, do •• 








L9 







124 



BENGAL. 



Thirty-Third Regiment Natwe Infantry. 

"LA8WAREE»'-.«« BHURTPOOB,»— •« CABOOL, I84ft.»» 
Statiofi'^BareiUy* Arrived March^ 1843. 




1794 



1808 



1821 



1826 
1824 
1826 
1827 

1828 



1829 
1830 
1835 
1836 
1837 



1839 
1840 



rOLONEL. 

Patrick Byres 



LIEUT.'-COLONEL. 

A.F.Richinond,CB. 24Jto. 840 



l3Junc825 



1842 



MAJOR. 

Francis Hewitt 

CAPTAINS. 

Phil.Mainwaring 
R. T. Sandeman 
George Tebbs 
J as. Macadam 
Chas. F. Trower 
E. G.I. Champneys 

LIEUTENANTS. 

John S. Banks 
Anthony Martin 
J. H. Fergosson 
Geo. D. Elliott 
Thomas Watson 
Henry Ward 
ThomasTuUoh 
Trevor H. Shum 
JuLA.Mackeson 
Wm. D. Playfiur 



23 Mar. 



llDec.8S7 

12Feb.838 
24Jah, 840 
23 Mar. 
14July 843 



50ct.835 
14NOY.837 

11 Dec. 

12Feb.838 
34 J an. 840 
33 Mar. 
30ct. 
14July 843 

10 do 



ENSIGNS. 

Hen. D, Twysden 

W. S. Row 

John C. Dickson soSept. 

Wm. Hen. Srabbs I do. 



9 Jan. 841 
30Aug.843 



Remarks. 



[M.G. 
38June838 



M23DeC43 

39Mar.844 
C.35July 



9Sept840 
33 Feb. 843 

7Apr. 
llJune 



On furlough 



Resident^ Luck- 
now 



On furlough 



Nizam's scrrice 
t 



A^. 1st irreg. 
car. 






Faemgi Black* 

Adjutant Anthony Martin 30 Apr. 840 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . . J. S. Banks 3 Apr. 843 

Surgeon • H. Taylor 5 Oct. 838 

Assist, do. •••..•••• 

* Dep. com. 1st class, Saugor div. 
f 3nd asst. mil. aud. general. 



BENGAL. 



124» 



OFFICERS OP THE LATE 

Thirty^Fourth Begimtnt Native Infantry. 



s' f< 


Namtt» 


Rani in tkt 


Remnrh. 


1^ 




Regiment* Army. 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1798 


George Cooper 

LIEUT..C0L0NEL. 


3April6a4 


38Jone838 


Com. Barrack- 
pore 


1810 


W. H, Marshall 

MAJOR. 


4 Jan. 841 






1817 


Step. G.Wheeler 

CAPTAINS. 


33JttIie843 


33N0T.841 


[guards, Delhi 


181Q 


Rich. Angelo 


6Aug.835 


5June835 


Com. palace 


1831 


Henry Moore c.s. 


14Aug.839 


M 30 May 


41* 


1829 


Sam. A.Lyons 


lAug.841 


17 do.88 


With snd N.L 


1833 


Wm. Chas. Carter 


23June842 


1 do.3g 


l^ith 36th do. 


— 


G.W. Hamilton 


i7Mar.844 


20June 


t [cont 


1834 


George Timins 

LIEUTENANTS. 




25Jan. 840 


Com. Malwa 

[Mecrut 


1835 


Patrick J. Chiene 


6Aug.835 


Cl3Feb.4i 


Com. Pol. batt. 


1827 


Chas. H. Wake 


14 Aug. 830 


CS3May43 


With 5th N.L 


1835 


CF.M.Mundy 


1 July 840 




On furlough 


1837 


P. H. K. Dewaul 


30ct. 




With loth N.L 


1839 


Reginald Ouseley 


lAug.841 




With 6th do. 


^— 


Wm. W. Aubert 


130ct, 




With 50th do. 


1840 


Geo. W. Boileau 


23June843 




With 56th do. 


— 


Chas. C. Drary 


lOJuly 






1841 


H. P. Wildig 


17 Mar. 844 




On furlough 




F. H. Smith 

ENSIGNS. 






With 9th N.L 


_ 


B. T. Reid 


dOOct. 841 


12June84i 


With loth do. 


1843 


A. S. Allen 


gAug.843 


33Feb.843 


With loth do. 


— 


B. Henry Baugh 


18 Oct. 


lOJuly 




1843 


J. J. CBryen 

• • 


2iMay844 


33N0V.S43 


With 36th do. 



Facmgi SearUi, 



* Dep. judge advocate gen., Sirhind diy. 
t Dep. Com. snd class, Saugordiv. 



L 3 



125 



BENGAL. 



Thirty- Fifth Regiment Light Infantry. 

** ALLYOURH •»— «• DELHI"—" BHORTPOOR'*— •* AFFGHANlSTAN •» 
— " OHUZNEE/*-" JELLALABAD »»— " CABOOL. 1M«." 

StaHoH'^Agra, Arrived March, 1848. 
Ordered to Jhanti, 



'^^• 


Rank in tkt 


' '' 


S :& 


Namts* 




Remarh, 


1^ 




Regiment, Army, 






COLONEL. 








1804 


G, Moore 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


26May848 




h 


1809 


H. Lawrence 

MAJOR. 


3 Nov. 843 






1819 


Justin Shell, k,l.s. 

CAPTAINS. 


17 Feb. 841 




• 


1821 


Geo. T.Marshall 


2lAug.8Sl 




t 


— 


Thos. Seaton, c.b. 


2Apr.834 


M.40ct.42 


Brig. maj. Agra 


1823 


A. G.F.J. Young-) 
husband j 


130ct. 839 


do . 






Andrew Fisher 


4Jan. 841 


]6Jan.839 




1824 


T.M.E.Moorhouse 


290ct. 


18Apr.840 






James Ramsay 

LIEUTENANTS. 




13May 


A88i8t.com.gen. 


1827 


Joseph Towgood 


17Feb.837 


C.ig do 43 




1828 


Chas. Swinton 


I30ct. 839 


C2oJuiie44 


Nizam's service 


1837 


R. A. Ramsay 


3 do 840 




Adj. Kemaoon 


1839 


M. N. Coombs 


4 Jan. 841 




Onfurl.localbat. 


1838 


Ed .John Boileau 


17 Feb. 






1839 


Rt. Bruce Norton 


20Oct. 






1840 


P, A, P.Bouveric 


29 do 




Extra A.D.C. to 


— 


H. Le P. Trench 


l3Jan. 842 




gov.cen. 


— 


Jas. N. Young 


16 July 




o o 


1841 


E. R. Wiggins 

ENSIGNS. 








1840 


Wm. Metcalf 


8Dec.84i 


7 Aug. 840 




1842 


Robt. Maxwell 


20Sept.842 


l2Jone842 




— 


G. A. Crommelin 


4 Apr. 843 


10 do 




1843 


Hugh T. Pollock 

• • 


l4June 


28Dec. 





Fanngf WHte. 
Adjutant ........ J. Towgood 1 5 June 841 

Inter.and qr..mas . E.J. Boileau 15 Mar. 844 

Surgeon .......... 

Aj»ist. do.. • . • • « ^ , T. S. Lacy 93 Nov. 843 

* H.M.'s envoy extiaordtnary to die Court of Persia, rank of 
Lieut-Colonel in Persia, 
t Examiner and Secretary, coll. Fort William. 



BENGAL. 



126 



Thirty-Sixth Regiment Native InfUntry^ 

( Volunteers.) 

•• SBRIMGAPATAM »•-•• BHUBTPOOR." 
Station — Dinapore. Arrived Marckt 1843* 



1799 


Names, 


Rank 
Regiment, 


in the 
j4rmy. 


Remarks, 


COLONEL. 

SrJ. H.Littler,K.c.B. 


30Jnly 839 


[M.G. 

33N0V.841 


Com. Rajhpoo- 
tana field force 


1605 


LIEUT-COLONEL. 

Chris. Godby 


1 Feb. 840 






1808 


MAJOR. 

Fred. H. Sandys 


do 


loJan.837 


• 


1808 
1810 
1821 
1833 


CAPTAINS. 

George Chapman 
William Garden 
Ferd*,C. Milner 
Thos. F. Flemyng 
John Lang 
John J. Hamilton 


1 3 May 835 

35Mar.838 

1 Feb. 840 

13 Jan.841 

35July844 


M. 28June 

LC30Ap44 
l8Jan.837 
14 Jan. 839 
Ifl Jan. 
33 May 


838 On furl. 

t 


1825 
1836 


LIEUTENANTS. 

Frcd.A.Carleton 
Walter Caddell 


37May839 
SOct. 


Cl3Jan.4i 
C3Fcb.43 


On furlough 


1839 
1835 

1839 
1840 


J. Du Pre Fergusso^ 
Samuel B. Faddy 
Lewis A. Cook 
Charles Holroyd 
A.N.Thompson 
Chas. S.Weston 
W. L F. Stafibrd 
Herbert Raban 


do 

1 Feb. 840 

30ct. 
13 Jan. 841 
l6Jilly843 

9Dec. 

35July844 




Ramghur lu 
inf. batt. 


1843 


ENSIGNS. 

Hen. M. Garstin 
Jas. D. Magnay 
M. F. Evatt 
£. Smalley 


14June843 
17 July 
10 Nov. 

10Sept844 


30Dec.84i2 
33Feb.843 
35 Feb. 
33 Feb. 




1 •• 

Fa4 


\ 1 
ings Lemon Yellow, 


fill 


mnt 

and qr..mas, • S. B. 
on .. •. •• ..•• 


Faddy, 9 Oct. 844 


tant do S.H 


. Batson l5Mar.843 



* Polit.agent»Mehidpore. 

f Quai..mas. gen. of the army. 

X Dep. com. and class, Saugor div. 



127 



BENGAL. 



Thirtj/'Seventh Regiment Native Infantry, 

( Volunteers.) 

•• 8BRIK6APATAM »•— •• BHURTPOOR**— "AFPGHANISTAN.» 
Station^ Allahabad, Arrived March, 1 84S . 






«^ 



1803 



1803 



1810 



1811 
1818 
1823 
1825 
1826 
1837 



1824 
1825 

1840 



1841 

1838 
1840 



1841 
1842 

1843 



Namts, 



COLONEL. 

Thos. Oliver 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 

John Home 

MAJOR. 

Charles Griffiths 

CAPTAINS. 

John A. Barstow 
Wm. S. Prole 
A.C. Spottiswoode 
Edw. R. Lyons 
J. G.W.Curtis 
William Mayne 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Alex. C. Dewar 
John Bontein 
John Barrett 
Geo. Robertson 
Benj. Parrot 
H. K. MacmuUcn 
J.M.B.F.Tytler 
Joseph Peel 
Edw. C. Scott 
Jos. G. Batten 

ENSIGNS. 

Geo. Beadnell 
Peter H. P. Gill 
Hans G. Leslie 
F. G. Griifiths 



Rani m tht 



Reglm nt. 



13Mar.844 



7 Jan. 830 



270ct.838 



3lMar.8dl 
4 Apr. 832 
14NOV.833 
24Dec.84l 
iSJan. 842 



12NOV.842 

do 

do 
24Dec.84l 
l6July842 

12N0V. 

do 

do 
15Sept.843 



l*2Nov.842 
14June84a 

do 
loNov. 



Army* 



13Aug.829 



]5Apr.841 
M30Ap.44 



CllApr.40 
Cl7Aug41 
C. 30Sept. 



Remarki, 



On furlough 



On furlough 



[habad 
Fort a4j Alla- 
Stud dept- 

Sub.assist.com. 
t gen. 

Gwalior cent. 



Kelat-i-Ghilzie 
regt. 



l2Dec.840 ' On furlough 

25July 842 
0Dec. 
25 Feb.843 



Facings Lemon Yellow. 

Adjutant J. Bontein 1 7 Apr. 844 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . 

Surgeon A.Beattie itfMv. 843 

Aisist do • • 

* Super, of Upper and Lower Cacbar. 
f 2nd in com. Governor General's body-guard. 



BENGAL. 



128 



Thirty* Eighth Regiment Light Infantry. 

( Volunteers,) 

*' SEUINGAPATAM,**— '*CANDAHAR, 184S.**^'*GHUZN£E."— 

*<CABOOL, 184&.** 

StaUon^^Mesrut. Arrived February, 1 843 . 



>s 


Rank in the 




1^* 


Names, 


Ri^iment, Armf. 


Remarks, 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1800 


W. R. Gilbert 

HEUT.. COLONEL. 


25June832 


28June838 


Com.ontheSut- 
ledge 


1803 


G. P, Wymcr, c.b, 

MAJOR. 


26Sept833 


C. 23Dec. 


842« 


1817 


F. S. Hawkins, c.b. 

CAPTAINS. 


1 8Feb.840 


LC.aeMaj 


841 Dep.com. 
gen. 


1818 


Geo. Burney 


llNOY.833 


M. 23Dec. 


849 


1831 


W.J.B.Knyvctt 


30Mar.837 


28Mar.837 




^ 


T. H. Scott, C.B. 


25Sept. 


M. 23Dec. 


842t 


1823 


George Turner 


18Feb.840 


l6Apr.8do 


[Lacknow 


1836 


Geo. E. HoUlngs 


80ct. 643 


4Aug.42 


Assist, to Res. 


1828 


John Wateriield 

LIEUTENANTS. 




20Jan. 844 


Bundlecuud leg. 


1835 


Robert C. l^tler 


25Sept.837 






1837 


W. H. Jeremie 


l8Feb.840 






— . 


A.O. Farquhanon 


sOct. 






1838 


E. P. T. Nepcan 


l6July842 






1839 


Hen.Rd.Shelton 


12 Nov. 






1840 


Julias B.Dennjs 


do 




Adj. Kotah 


— 


H. C. Gardner 


5 July 843 




Cont. 


1841 


AtthurGibbings 


4Scpt. 






184-2 


Arth. D.Dickens 


sOct. 






~ 


Geo. L. Moseley 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


C. P;Wiliiams 


i4June843 


20Dec.842 




1843 


Chas. Cureton 


22 Sept. 


23 Feb. 843 




1842 


R. G. Newman 


2 Nov. 


iiJune84a 




1843 


F. R. M. Gosset 

• • 


11 do. 


.42 May 843 





Fadngt Dark Green* 

Adjutant. •••.... H. R. Shelton 30 May 844 

Inter. ami qr.-ma8.W. H. Jeremie 21 June 843 

Surgeon W. Spencer ig Apr. 

Assise, do • 

* Aide-de- Camp to the Queen. 

t Paym« of native pensioners, &c., Oude. 



129 



BENGAL. 



Thirty "Ninth Regiment Native Infantry, 

( Volunteers.) 

•* SERINOAPATAH"-*' PUNNIAR." 
Station — Novgongi Arrived March, 1843. 





Namet, 


Rank 
Regiment. 


iff thi 
Armf. 


Rgmarks, 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1794 


Christ. Fagan 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 


]May824 


loJan.837 


On furlough 


1804 


S. D. Riiey 

MAJOR. 


19 Apr .839 




• 


1804 


£dw. Pettingall 

CAPTAINS. 


25 July 839 


loJan.837 


Com. 5th tire* 
gularcavl. 


1808 


Wm. Hen. Earic 


13 May 825 


LC30Ap44 




1819 


Jas. Roxburgh 


i2June833 




t 


1823 


John H. Low 


37Scpt887 






1824 


Sam. R. Wallace 


170ct. 838 






1821 


MungoW. Gilmore 


22Apr. 840 


6Nov. 837 




1834 


Alex. G. Miller 

LIEUTENANTS. 




11 Apr. 840 




1825 


S. M. Fullarton 


12June832 


C. laOct. 




mm^ 


John C. Haslock 


9Sept. 


Ci5Mar4i 




1829 


Hump. Howorth 


13NOV.837 




Nizam's service 


1830 


Fran. E.Voyle 


17 Oct. 838 






1835 


Thos. Pownall 


I July 839 






1836 


J. N. Thomas 


25 do 






1838 


Wni. Campbell 


22 Apr. 840 






— . 


R.HX)av.Tulloh 


30ct. 




+ 

4> 


1839 


Charles Jackson 


leJuly 842 






«ap> 


Jas. L. Sherwill 

ENSIGNS. 






• 


1840 


C. Fred. Smith 


5Mar.841 


97Sept.840 




1841 


Jas. D. McDonald 


lApr 


3lDcc. 


Gwalior Cone. 


1642 


Geo. H. Gordon 


20Sep. 842 


ilJune843 






Heniy King 

• • 


l4June^4a 


lODec. 





Facingi Dark Green. 

Adjutant .••••..•• J. C. Haslock 1 7 Dec. 837 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . J. L. Sherwill 9 May 844 

Surgeon John Greig 39 Aug. 837 

Assist, do .... •••• 

* Persian translator to the government of India. 

i* ist assist, mil. aud. gen. 

X Dep. com. 8rd class Saugor div. 



BENGAL. 



130 



Fortieth Regiment Native Intantiy. 
( Volunteers,) 

"JAVA"-" AVA»'— " AaRACAN." 
StaHom — Saugor, jfrrived February, 16 AQ. 



1^ 



1798 



1806 



1813 



1818 
1819 
1820 
1821 
1824 
1823 



1827 

1829 
1835 
1836 
1838 
1839 
1841 

1842 



Names, 



1843 



COLONEL. 

J. Tniscott 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

Wm. H.Hewitt 

MAJOR. 

Geo. W.Bonham 

CAPTAINS. 

Geo. Thomson 
Sim. F. Hannah 
Samael Long 
Rich. Chitty 
H. A. Shuckburgh 
A. De Fountain 

LIEUTENANTS. 

John Erskine 
Chas. E. Burton 
Lowth.T. Forrest 
Robt. M. Franklin 
C.D'Oyly Atkinson 
£d. Cor. Gardner 
And. A. Becher 
A. A. Macdonell 
J. S. D. White 
J. P. Briggs 

ENSIGNS. 

P. Rubie 

Geo. Miller (2d) 

G. H.W.Conroy 



Rank in tit 
Regiment, I Arm^, 



Remarki, 



LM.G. 
4Mar.830 28June838 On furlough 



oNov.835 



1 Jan. 844 



1 3Apr. 830 
1 do 835 
9N0V. 
1 Sep. 841 

1 Jan. 844 



20 Oct.832 
5July 836 

18 May 83 9 
SOct. 840 
iSep. 841 
9July842 

16 do 

1 Jan. 844 

l2Sept. 



9Aug.842 
20Sep. 
1 Feb. 844 



28Jline8d8 



180ct.837 

9Feb. 840 

doJan.841 



C.3Feb843 
C. 13 Aug. 



On furl. 



Dep.as8i9t.com. 

[g«. 

On furlough 

Do 
With Ramghur 
batt. 

On furlough 



Dep. of public 
works 



17 Feb.842 

l9June 

lOJune843 



Facingi Blut» 

Adjutant • . • R. M. Franklin 16 Feb. 844 

Inter, and qr.-mas.*A. A. Becher 17 Feb. 843 

Surgeon •• J. Barber 14 Oct. 843 

Assist^do . • • • • • . . 

* Com. 1st regt. Assam Lt. Inf. 



131 



BENGAL. 



Forty-First Regivient Native Infantry, 

" BHURTPOOR.»» 
Station — Umhalla* Arrived March, 1844. 




1798 



1804 



180S 



1808 
1818 
1819 
1820 
1822 



Rank in tie 



1824 

1826 
1835 

1839 
1841 

1842 



1843 
1844 



COLONEL. 

Suetonius H. Todd 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 

D, Williamson 

MAJOR. 

Hugh Sibbald 

CAPTAINS. 

William Ramsey 
Wm. H. Halford 
John Cumberlege 
Fred. Wm. Birch 
J. W. V.Stephen 
Henry AIpe 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Chas. Apthorp 
John K, Phibbs 
Sam. J. Saunders 
Geo. Aug. Brett 
Arth. W.Onslow 
C.E. Phillpotts 
M. F. Kemble 
H. B. Stevens 
H. L, Blackburn 
John W.Sanders 

ENSIGNS. 

Wm.Williamson 
C. H. Scatcherd 
C. R. Aikman 
A. E. Osborn 



5 Apr. 834 
28 Feb.840 
28 F b 



2Aug.828 
Apr. 835 

I70ct.838 
80ct.839 

2 8 Feb. 840 



2oMay827 

3Aug.828 
22Apr.838 

80ct. 830 
28Feb. 840 

9Aug.842 
39Sept.843 

5July 844 

9Sept. 



7July 843 
10 Nov. 
3 Aug. 844 
8 Oct.844 



Army, 



[M.G. 
28June838 



ioJan.837 



M. 2 8 June 
iiApr.834 
ioJan.835 
7 Jan. 836 
1 1 July838 
do 



C.9Jan 840 
C. 13 May 
C 20Jan42 



Remarkt, 



On furlougli 



LDelhi 

838 Brig.major, 

[Umballa 

Com. pol. bat. 



On farlougb- 



Do 



20DeC.842 
25Feb.84n 
9Dec. 
SoDec. 



Facings Pate YeUew. 

Adjutant C. Apthorp 27 June 843 

Inter, and qr.-mas.. 

Surgeon ••• 

Aisist. do W, Craddock is Apr. 844 

* Superint. of police m Calcutta* 



BEKGAL. 



\m 



Fcrt^Secand Regimait Light Infantry. 

" GHUZNEB."-" CABOOL, 1842." 
Station — Myt^poorie, Arrived Marcht 1843. 




1799 



1805 



1814 



1817 
iei8 
1991 
1823 
1824 
1825 

1826 
1837 
1829 
1837 
1838 
1839 



1841 
1842 



1843 
1843 

1844 



COLOWBL. 
^\t W. M0tt,G.C.B. 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 

J. O. Clarkson 

MAJOR. 

Tho6. Polwhele 

CAPTAINS, 

John Liptrap 
Joseph Leeson 
Thomas Dalydll 
Chas. diiipbeU 
William Jerris 
Wnx.P. Meares 

LIEUTENANT 

David Gaussen 
John S. Knoj: 
And. H. Ross 
J. I. Mainwaring 
James G. Wollen 
Hen Chas, Adlam 
Chas. W. Ford 
Andr. Macqueen 
John Spence 
Wm. L. Jones 

ENSIGNS. 

Hen. J. Gregg 
J. R. R. Cooixibs 
E. Van H.Holt 
Fred. Watson 



Regiment, 



13iftn 834 



2lAu|;^e48 



do. 



19June8dl 
18 do 833 
OJuly 838 
21 Aug 843 
18 July 844 



24July 837 
do 838 

0Sept.839 
11 Dec. 

30ct. 840 
lOJuIy 842 
\ 2N0V. 

2lAug.843 
18July844 



14June843 
10 Nov. 
8 Dec. 
10 Aug. 844 



[M.G. 
28Juiie838 



23Dec.843 



15June837 
23 May 83 9 
uNov. 
28Sep. 840 

C25May42 
C23Feb.4d 



l60ct.-842 
25 Feb.d43 
2 5 July 842 
eoDec. 843 



Remarks, 



On furlough 



On furlough 

O^t-i-Ghilzie 
Or. inr« reg. Ke- 
On furlough 



With the rc«:. of 
iCdasi-Ghlkie 



^ 



Facings Yellow. 

Adjutanc •« . A. H. Ross 6 Apr. 843 

fnter.&qr.-mas. J. Spence 24 July 844 
Saigcon »••» 

Assist, do. . . . J. H. Serrell 16 May 840 

* Com. 2nd irreg. cav. tmdhon. aide-de-camp to Gov. Gen. 
f Dep. payiu. Cawnpore. 
i Paym. and superint. of pensions, Barrackporc. 

M 



18S 



BENGAL. 



Fortg-Third Regiment Light Infantry. 

*• AFFGHANISTAN •'— "CANDAH AR »»— " GHUZNEE,"— " CABOOL 

IM^r— «« MAHARAJPOOR." 

Stathfi'^-Futtehghttr, Arrived February , 843. 




1798 



1804 



1813 



1817 
1819 
1821 
1822 
1823 
1825 



1826 

1827 
1828 
1833 
1838 
1839 

1840 



1842 
1841 
1843 
1844 



COLONEL. 

Joseph Nesbitt 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

L« R. Stacy J c.b. 

MAJOR. 

Joseph Nash 

CAPTAINS. 

Wm. G. Lennox 
Robt. Campbell 
Henry Lyell 
Thomas Dixon 
H. W. Matthews 
A.F. Macpherson 

LIEUTENANTS. 

And. H. Duncan 
John Godfrey 
W. Gilbert Don 
Edw. K. Elliot. 
Rob. A. Trotter 
Geore^e Holroyd 
W. Q. Pogson 
Chs. Jas. Robarts 
Basil H. Murray 
T. E. B, Lees 

ENSIGNS. 

Lewis Munro 
Jhn. Dawson (2d) 
Richd. A.Becher 
John Jerdan 



Rank in tie 



Regiment. 



8oMayS3d 



23Feb. 835 



26Sep. 841 



23Apr.830 
30 do 834 
loOct.839 
20Sep. 841 
17N0V.842 



Army. 



LM.G. 
28N0V.841 



LC30Ap44 



25 Apr. 837 

13 do 838 

3 Mar. 839 

0Aug,84O 



C. 28 Sept. 
Cl3May42 
C.3Feb.43 



11 Apr. 828 
30Apr.834 
loDec. ^. „ ,„ 

2June839 C. 7 do. 44 
loOct. 8ag 
26Sep. 841 
lGJuly842 
17N0V. 

8Sept.844 



20Sep. 842 
9May84d 
i4Jane 

30ct. 844 



23June842 
10Dec.84l 
28 do 842 
30 do 843 



Bemarki, 



On furlough 



Com Horrianah 
batt. 
On furlough 

Gwalior Cont« 



On furlough 

Dep.com.ist cl. 
Saugor div. 

On furlough 



Facingt Pea Green, 

..ViQutant A. H. Duncan 16 July 843 

^nter. and qr.-mas 

Jufgeon 

Auift.do W.J. Loch i6May64o 

* Adj. Bhaugulpore Hill Rangers. 



BENGAL. 



134 



Forty- Fourth Regiment Native Infantry. 

" DEIO.** 
StatUm^Lucknow, Arnoed March, 1844. 




1804 



1809 



1819 
1824 
1835 
1828 
1830 
1835^ 



1836 

1837 

1839 
1840 

1842 



1843 



COLONEL. 

C R. Skardon 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

A. Spiers 

MAJOR. 

Wm. H. Wake 

CAPTAINS. 

John Bartleman 
James Wemyss 
John Anderson 
Thos. Goddard 
Arthur Sanders 
Wm. L. HascU 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Charles Wright 
G. M. Prendergast 
Edwd. D.Watson 
John D. Willan 
Rd. Henn Geimys 
J. P. Clarkson 
Hugh ReesJames 
Chas.H. Keighly 
G. F. Carnegie 
Edw.D. Hale 

ENSIGNS. 

C. T. Whiteford 
A.P. S. Moncrieff 
John Smith 
J.S. Rawlins 



l4June842 

29Aug.833 

80ct. 839 



25Jan. 837 
80ct. 889 
26June840 
1 9May843 
94Aug. 



lAug.839 
80ct. 

20June840 
dOct. 

15N0V.841 
10 July 843 
1 Aug. 843 

24 do 

9 Jan. 844 



l4June843 

lAug. 
24 Dec. 
Feb. 844 



On hirlough 
Res. Nagpore 



14 Feb. 835 



ioDec.842 

22Feb.843 
gJune 
10 do. 



Dep. pay-mr. 
Sirhind 



Dep. assist, qnr. 
♦ mr. gen. 



Adj. 3 irreg.caY 



Dep.col.Sukkur 



FaciM%9 Pea Gr$enm 

A4iutant • •• R. H. Gennys 2 Deo. 843 

Inter, and qr.-mast. . J. D. Willan 13 May 841 

Surgeon •••.•••••« 

Asfif t. do. . • • , W. Shillito 3 Nov. 843 

* and in com. 2nd Oode local inikutry. 

M2 



las 



B$K<rAV. 



Pori^-'Fiftk Regiment Nat he Infantry ^ 

Station — Benarts. drrivtd April, 1 84*2. 
Ordered to Umhallah. 




1804 



1805 



1819 



1821 



1823 
1824 
18S5 



1827 
1835 

1837 
1838 
1839 

1840 
1841 



1842 
1843 
1842 



COLONEL. 

Thus. Fiddes 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 

H. C. Barnard 

MAJOR. 

David Williams 

CAPTAINS. 

Kenn. Campbell 
Robt. W. Frager 
Wm.Biddulph 
Radcl. Haldane 
George Short 
Henry H. Say 

LIEUTENANTS, 

George Biddulpb 
W. J. H. Charteris 
Wm. Hy. Oakes 

F. G. Grossman 
C. V. Hamilton 

A. S. O. Donaldson 
Charles R. Oakes 
O. TL Rothdey 
John Fraser 
John Palmer 

ENSIGNS. 

G. C. Bloomfield 
R. M. J. Tcaer 
Chas. W. BluiH 



9 Aug. 843 



7 May 844 



] May 844 



8June832 
12 Jan. 838 
27Jatt.839 
ioNor840 

1MS7844 



2C>Ct.831 
20Dec. 833 
2 7 Jan. 839 

3 Oct. 840 

9Apr. 843 
24 do 

5Dec. 
20July84S 

1 May 844 



i4Jane843 

do 
1 1 Aug. 



30 Apr. 144 



40ct.8S7 

25Dec. 
17June889 
12 Feb. 840 
lSFeb,84l 



CiOApr.43 



Senior assist. to 
supcrhit. in 
Arracan 

t 



[loc. inf. 
Adj. and Oude 
Asst. to Gov. 

GcB. ag. S.W . 

frontier 



27Aug.84a 
s«Dec« 

2 3 July 



Facings Dark Gretn, 

Adjutant G. Biddttlph 5 Mar. 838 

Inter and qr.«mast. . C R. Oakes 14 June 843 

Surgeon H. Maclean i Feb. 843 

Assist, do. ••••••• • 

* On fbrtottgh. 

t SfooQd 'Uk commMid \^ if r^ ««▼. 



BENGAL. 



136 



Forty -Sixth Regiment Native Infantry. 

«• ASSAM.** 

Station — Berhampore, Arrived March, 1844. 



o^< 




Rank in tki 




J* 


Nam4$* 


Regiment* 


Afw^t 


Rtmarku 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1799 


E. Barton 

LIEUT—COLONEL. 


1 iMar.84] 


33Nov.841 




1803 


Geo. B. Bell 

MAJOR. 


30May 836 






1819 


James C.Tudor 

CAPTAINS. 


18Sept.844 


33NOV.841 


Assistxom.gcn. 


1831 


Win.T.Savar3r 


14Jan.833 






18S3 


Tho. J. NuthaU 


lMar.835 




I>cp.assisteom. 


^— 


Henry W. Burt 


lMar.838 




gen. 


... 


James Grissell 


lOJuly 






1834 


Rich. P. Alcock 


l8Sep.844 


a9Apr.840 


Asst. qur. mas. 


1835 


John M. Drake 

LIUTENANTS. 




14 Aug. 


gen. 


•«. 


Geo. Johnston 


l4Jan. 833 


C. 5 Nov. 


Sub as8i8t.com. 


_ 


Hen. S. Grimes 


39Aug. 


C37June4l 


« 


1837 


J. E. Grounds 


30 May 835 


CioMay43 




1838 


Rich.A. Herbert 


lMar.838 


C9oJan.44 


On furlough 


1831 


Sam. Pond 


loJuly 






1835 


Gordon Caulfield 


30ct. 840 






1836 


Geo. N. Oakes 


iJuly 843 




Bundlecund le- 


1838 


Wm. L. M. Bishop 


10 do 


4 


gion 


1839 


John 0. Armit 


18Sep.844 


^ 


On fvxrlough 


1841 


Sam. J. Browne 

ENSIGNS. 




• 




1843 


Thos. Wright 


18July843 


8Jan.843 




-. 


JohnE. Sharpe 


31 do 


30 do 






Tho8.W. Mercer 

• • 

• • 


36Sep. 


11 June 





Ftxingt Dark Grufu 

Adjutant • • • Samuel Pond is Dec. 838 

Inter, and qr.-mast. • 

Suigeon .••.• 

AMisttdo.. •••«•••• 



* Paym. Gwalior Cont. force. 
Md 



187 



fi£rfGAL. 



Fortt/'Seventh Regiment Native Infantry* 

( Volunteers.) 

StaHom^Benarei, j^rrived January, 1843. 






1793 



1804 



1808 



1809 
1821 
1823 
1824 
1828 



NdfttiS, 



1825 
1834 
1835 
1837 
1836 
1838 
1839 

1840 



1841 
1842 

1843 



COLONEL. 

W.H.Perkins 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

Richard Home 

MAJOR. 

Andrew Goldie 

CAPTAINS. 

Francis Jenkins 
G. C. Armstrong 
Charles Boulton 
Charles Cordcld 
David Pott 
Jas.T.Paaiell 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm.C.Hollings 
Andrew G. Reid 
Robert Renny 
A.H.C.Sewcll 
John IX Lauder 
Robt. Campbell 
Wm. C, Watson 
John Frd.Pogson 
John R. Pughe 
H. F. Rideout 

ENSIGNS. 

Geo. Mc Andrew 
J;P.W.Caropbcll 
Chas. P. Lucas 
Wm. H. Walcot 



Rank in tht 



Regiment, 



lMa7824 

l7Sep. 841 

80ct, 839 



29Apr. 830 
l2Mar.8a8 
15 Apr. 
1 5Dec. 
sOct. 809 



lOFeb. 835 

}9Mar.838 
15 Apr. 
If do 
IdDec, 
30ct. 840 
15Jatu842 
lOJuly 
20 do 84$ 



7June84l 
l4June843 
do 

aiAug. 



Army, 



[M.G. 
10 Jan. 837 



I,..*. 



28June838 



M23Noy4l 
30Sept.837 



20Jan. 844 



C23Ma741 



AfMMfiR'. 



On fiirlougli 



Do 



t 



Do 



8 Mar. 841 

28july842 

loDec. 

22Feb.B43 






A4j. 3d Assam 
It. inf. batt. 



Adjutant R. Renny Feb. 830 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . A. G. Reid Si Veb. 839 

Surgeon C» B. Francis 3 Mar. 843 

Assist, do 

* Com* and agent to Gov. -gen. in Assam and North-east parts 
of Rungpoor. 
t 3d in com. Ramghurlt. inf. batt. 
X Bundlecand legion. 



BENGAL. 



138 



Forty^Eighth Resiiment Native Infantry* 

" AFFGHAN1STAN«W"GHUZNEE." 
Stittifmr-L^odMnah, Arriv^ tibvembtr, 1843. 



'^*: 




Rani In the 




38: 


Nam*s* 




Renmrkt. 


53 -y^ 




Bfgtmmt, 


Army. 






COLONEL. 








1803 


A. Roberts, C.B. 

LIEUT -COLONEL. 


10N0V843 




On furlough 




H.M.Whccler,C.B. 

MAJOR. 


37June835 


, 




1808 


William Sage 

CAPTAINS. 


1 Oct. 840 


28jmie838 




I8I7 


Thomas Fisher 


27Junc835 


i3Mar.83a 


• 


1819 


Colin Troup 


80ct. 839 


1 6 July 83 5 


Pep.asst.adj.gcn 


1825 


John Bunce 


1 Oct.8*0 


Sep^«840 






Henry Palmer 


10 do 






1829 


H.D.VanHomrigh 


as Apr. 841 






1833 


Chr. Hasdl 

LIEUTENANTS. 






t 


1835 


Henry Lewis Bird 


30June8S8 






1837 


T. Spankie 


sOct. 839 






1838 


Fred.T.Paterson 


1 Mar. 840 






— 


H. G. Burmester 


1 Oct, 






1830 


Theoph. Green 


28Apr.841 






1840 


Fred. Wale 


23Feb.843 






•— 


Ed. B. Litchford 


16 July 






— 


Rich.C.Tiylof 


iNov. 






1841 


Ben. Henderson 


21 Apr. 844 








P* R. Hockin 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


G S.Smith 


23June842 


2Jan. 843 




— 


Stephen B. May 


2aSept. 


11 June 




1843 


Wm. T, Hugh« 


14June843 


28Dec. 




"" 


John Jas. Hume 

• • 


17 May 844 


4Sept.843 





Adjutant ...... •••... F. Wate 30 Apr. 844 

Inter, and qr.-<Qai..,..T. Spankie . 9 Jan. 841 

SargeoD •«•• R.McIntoyh 16 Jan. 841 

Assist, do •««• 

* Com. 2d Assam It. inf. batt. 
t Com. police se^ice bat« Saugor. 



139 



BENGAL. 



FoTti/^ Ninth Regiment Native Infantry. 

- ARRACAN.** 
Staliom'^Dfcea, Arrived Jamuaryf IMA^ 
Ordered to Jaunpore. 






-^X 




1781 



1805 



1819 



1820 
1831 
18i3 



1825 
1828 
1834 
1835 
1838 
1840 
1827 
1840 

1841 



1842 
1843 



COLONEL. 

Geo. Carpenter 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

Robert Kerne 

MAJOR. 

James F.Douglas 

CAPTAINS. 

Robt Codrington 
JohnW.Michell 
Rich.F.Macvitie 
Fred. C. Elwall 
Edw. S. Lloyd 
John Stubbs 

LIEUTENANTS. 

John C. Cooper 
John Smith 
HenryJas.Piercy 
Geo. Q. Nesbitt 
Cbas S.Reynolds 
R. Larkins 
Robert Stein 
John Hood 
Wm. W. Reade 
J. F. Richardson 

ENSIGNS. 

Wm. Gordon 
T. H. Plumer 
Wm. Irwin 
Thos. Cabitt 



Ramkintlu 



Regiment, 



• • 



2QApr. 823 



SOct. 839 



liApr.841 



4Aug.829 
27May830 
26 Apr.833 
lONov.835 
11 Apr. 841 



24Nov.832 

8 Jan.835 

11 July 837 

iSJan. 840 

aOct. 

30Aug.84i 

5NOV.841 
lOJuly842 



2Sept.841 
26Sept.842 
180ct. 

l4June84d 



Affitf» 



[M.G, 
loJan.837 



M. 23Dec* 

[842 



lOJan.839 
loFeb. 



C.ftFeb.4l 
C7June 44 



Ktmarkt* 



On furlough 



Do. 



As8t.qr.mr.gen. 



Cl9July43 



llJune841 
l9June842 
sJuly 
28 Dec. 



Adjutant. .••••.. J. Smith l Not. 839 

Inter, andqr.-mas. John C. Cooper 24 Jan. 835 

Surgeon. 

Assist, do 

* Assist, for suppression of thuggee. 



BENGAL. 



14D 



Fifiieih Regiment Native Infantry. 

•• PUNNUR.** 
SUii»m^AUi§gkwr. Arrived Mafciy 1844. 



■^s 




Bank im the 




s §• 


Nanuu 




Rtmarks^ 


4-^ 




Rggimemi. [ Arm]^, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




17W 


Thomas Murnj 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 


9No¥.9as 


33No?.841 


On fwlougK 

1 


1805 


Robert Blackall 


33Apr.334 




' 




MAJOR. 




[844 




1817 


Hump. J. White 

CAPTAINS. 


7 July 843 


L.C.3oApr 

■ 




1818 


Jos. Graham 


13Dec.8a3 




• 


— 


Chas. J. Lcwa 


14Jttly835 


30Sept.834 


AMMtcom^ffk. 


183a 


Francis Trimmer 


dpOet. 83« 


340ct. 830 




18M 


Joff.H.Hampton 


7J«ly»43 


11 July 888 


Onfiiilottgh 


1833 


Keith Yoang 


14JlWe844 


l6Jaou8a9 


t 


1824 


John Macdonald 

LIEUTENANTS. 




•20Mat.84O 


1 

1 


1825 


Richard Ousdej 


loJan. 839 


C* 38 Sept. 


: 


.^ 


George Gordoft 


13 Mar. 


Ci3Mar4l 


Oa fiirloogh 


i8tr 


H. M. Bedier 


i9No¥.8a0 


Ci3Jne.48 




1831 


Robert Hay 


99OCC 8a8 




fitl'j, Nii8sei«e 


183& 


Henry NicoU 


4N0V. 




bat. 


1837 


A. C. Plowden 


8 Oct. 840 




F 


1838 


J. R. Mc.Mnllin 


7July843 






~- 


B. E. Bacon 


16 do 




f 


1839 


Henry E. Read 


14JaBC844 






1840 


G.A.St.P, Fooks 

ENSIONS. 








1841 


John Jas.HnUne 


89May84i 


4Feb. 841 




1843 


G.R. P. Barlow 


19Sept.843 


8Mar.843 


■ 


— 


J. G. D. Gordon 


IsOct. 


loJuly 




1843 


P. Bourchier 

« • 


loJnly 844 


8Dec.843 





Facings BHf> 
Adjutant •>.... 
Inter, and qr.- mas. Henry NicoU 

Surgeon S. Holmes 

Assist, do ...... 



5 Jan, 839 
39 Jane 844 



* Assist, for suppression of thuggee. 

t Dep. judge ad?, gen. Pres. div., on service, Scinde. 

t Prin. assist. Gov.gen.ag.S.W. frontier. 



141 



BENGAL. 



Fifty-first Regiment Native Infantry. 

" rUNNIAR.»» 
SiatUm^Meerut, Arrived February , i $44, 



>t 


Rank in the 




S 1: Ifatiut. 


V% V ^ 


Remmrkt* 






Regiment, 1 Army, 






COLONEL. 


[M.G. 




179.'' 


James Cock 


3oMay824 28June838 


On furlough 

1 




LIEUT -COLONEL. 








1803 


WalterA.Yates,CB. 

MAJOR. 


29N0V.834 






1810 


John Finnis 

CAPTAINS. 


7 May 844 






isao 


Charles Griffin 


7Feb.837 


l7May830 




1821 


Dayid Ross 


]8Feb.838 


ioMar.837 


• 


1823 


Charles Baseley 


aoJan. 843 


l0July8a8 


[war 


— 


Charles Cheape 


1 May843 


11 do 


Brig.maj. Mey- 


1823 


Colpoys Diclraon 


7 do 844 


33 Feb. 830 


Gwalior cont. 


1835 


Philips. Chinn 

LIEUTENANTS* 




38Sept840 




— 


William Lamb 


25Apr.836 


C.4Feb. 41 




1827 


S. A. Abbott 


18Feb.838 


Ci2June43 


Asst Gov. gen. 


1831 


John Turner 


dOct.840 




ag.N.W. fron- 


1830 


S. H.J.Davies 


3oJan.843 




tier 


1840 


Jas. Hales Reid 


3oSept. 






— 


Wm. R. Wallace 


12N0V. 






— 


E. T, Smalley 


do 






1841 


John Smith 


1 May 843 






1842 


Thos. C. Darnell 


7 do 844 








E.R. Blair 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


Edm. Tyrwhitt 


]4june843 


10July84l 




— 


Wm. J. Ward 


do 


25 do 




— 


Charles Irvine 


do 


gDec. 




1843 


G. Hamilton 

• • 


lSAug.844 


9Dec.843 





Fadn^e Dark Green, 

Adjutant J. Turner 

Inter, and qr«-mas. W. Lamb 

Surgeon H. M. Tweddell 

Assist, do 

* Super, of the Jhansi territory 



30 Apr. 844 
29 July 843 
11 Feb. 840 



BENG^. 



142 



Fifty -Second Regiment Native Infantry. 

StaHon-^GoTuckpwre, Arrived December, 1843. 






Nanus* 



1780 



1804 



1805 



1822 
1833 
1824 
1825 
1836 



1827 
1833 
1830 
1837 

1838 
1840 



1841 
1842 

1848 



COLONEL. 

J.L. Richardson 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

George Kingston 

MAJOR. 

Fred. Geo. Lister 

CAPTAINS, 

T. H. Shuldham 
J. W. H. Jamieson 
William Martin 
J. R. B.Andrews 
A. Mackintosh 
Rob. Morheson 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Charles Hagart 
Edwin Wiggins 
Kdward Hail 
F.M. H.Burlton 
John C. Lamb 
GrsemeM.Brodie 
Geo. Gill Mozon 
J. B. Y.Matheson 
Wm. R. Y. Haig 
Wm.H.Lowthcr 

ENSIGNS. 

Ign.O'Callaghan 

F. M. Martin 

Hugh A. Piayfair 

H. F. Waddington i7JuRe844 



Rank in the 



Regiment. 



liJuly823 



4Sept.839 



do 



1 Jan. 837 
4Sept.839 
1 6Sept.640 
1 Jan. 841 
8 Apr. 842 



I Jan. 837 

8 Aug. 
20l«7ov.838 
l6Sept840 

3 Oct. 

1 Jan. 841 

8Apr. 842 
16 July 
12 Feb. 844 



lApr.841 
27June842 
26Scpt. 



jlmiym 



Rematke, 



[M.G. 
loJan. 837 



loJan. 837 



16 Jan.830 
18Apr.840 

7 Feb.842 

17 Mar. 



C.26 do 43 



24 Jan. 841 
8 Jan. 842 

ilJune 
8l>ec.843 



On furlough 






Stud dep. 



Facings Dark Gnen^ 

Adjutant £dw. Wiggins 1 9 Oct. 840 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . C. Hagart 1 1 Aug. 842 

Surgeon ........ A. V. Dunlop 19 Apr. 844 

Assist, do 

* Polit. agent in the Cossyah hills, and com. Silhet Light Inf. bat. 

t Dep. judge advv gen., Cawnpore. 

X Super, of Jamud Neemuch. 

§ Assist, to Gov. Gen.'s agent, Rajpootana. 



143 



BENGAL. 



Fifty ^Third Regiment Native Infantry* 

« CABOOL, 1W«.»» 
Stalwnr^Meerut, Arrived February 184 3. 



'fe^^- 




Rankin ih* 




•»■ g' 


Name$» 




Remarks, 






Regiment, Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1795 


Mossem Boyd 

LIKUT.-COLONEL. 


l3May825 


28 June 836 


On forlough 


1807 


John Hdggan 

MAJOR. 


22Dec.842 






1819 


Colin Campbell 

CAPTAINS. 


23Jane843 






1823 


George Tylee 


4Mar.889 


18Feb.839 


Brig.maj.Mee- 


3 824 


Gilbert Hamilton 


8 Jan. 840 




rut 




David NisbeU 


25Feb.841 


i3May«40 




1827 


James Hunter 


23June843 


23 Feb.843 






Edw. S. Capel 


lOct. 


14 June 




1835 


W.R.Hillersdon 

LIEUTENANTS. 








1834 


Henry Ramsay 


8Jan. 840 




* 


1838 


J. H. Reynolds 


39 Feb. 






1837 


J. M. Swinton 


30ct. 




Ad. Etrro. inva. 


1839 


D. Theod. Rcid 


25 Feb. 841 




lids, Chunar 


1840 


Buron F.A.Von Meyera 


1 7 June842 




Gwalfor cont« 


1841 


Rich.J.Edgcll 


10 July 








L. H, Nicholson 


23June843 






1842 


W. R. E. Alexander 


lOct. 








H. O. Hawtrey 


2lJuQe844 






^^^** 


Jas»A. Bartlett 

ENSIGNS. 








1843 


E.J. Hardcastle 


l6JuneS43 


lFcb.84S 




— _ 


J. McCarty 


15 July 


so do 


• 


__ 


H. Belson 


loNov. 


4Apr. 




— 


W. Glasgow 

• • 


10July844 


9 Dec. 





Facingi Yellow. 

Adjutant 

Inter, and qr.-mas . . 

Surgeon W. Gordon, m.d. 20 May 844 

Assist, do 



* Jun. assist, to com. Kemaoon. 



BENGAL. 



144 



Fifty-Fourth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Statiin^-^Catpnpore, Arrived 
Ordered to Dethi, 






1700 



1818 



1819 
1831 
183Q 
1885 
1837 
1824 



1830 
1837 
1840 
1841 
1835 
1837 

1840 

1841 



1843 



1843 



Nam4S, 



COLONEL. 

Rob. Pitmau> C.B. 

HEUT.-COLONEL. 



MAJOR. 

Henry R.08bom 

CAPTAINS. 

Wm. F. Beatson 
H. A. Boscawcn 
Hamilton Vetch 
F. S. Patcrson 
H. B. Melville 
Patrick Hay 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Mair T. Blake 
Robt. Mathison 
James Sibley 
C. N. Halhcd 
John W. Carter 
J. C. Haaghton 
James Clarke 

C. W. Russell 
Wm. Darell 

D. M'L. Shand 

ENSIGNS. 

R. M. Smith 
C. Burrowes 
H.C. Anderson 
L. Nicholson 



Rank in the 



Regimemt, 



1 3Jan. 835 



18 Jan.843 



36Jan. 837 
10 do 843 
13 do 
do 
39 do 843 



i3Noy.843 

do 
l6July843 
l3Nov. 

do 

do 

do 
39Jan. 843 
14 May 



l6May843 
14 Jane 
do 
34N0V. 



Army* 



Remarks, 



[M.G. 
38June838 



ldJuIy835 
27N0V.836 
15June838 



36Mar.840 



C.7 Jan.43 
Cl9Jan.43 



sOct. 840 

10July843 



sJan. 843 
33July 
3Sep. 
9June843 



On furlough 






Gwalior cent. 
Revenue survey 

On furlough 
Gwalior cont. 
3d in com. Bun- 

delkund police 

batt. 



Facing* Yellow, 

Adjutant 

Inter, and qr.-ma8.. 

Surgeon 

Assitt.do A. Bcale sApr. 843 

* Com.-in-chief of Bundelcund legion, 
f Secretary to Clothing Board, 
i Prin. assist, to com. Upper Assam. 

N 



145 



BENGAL. 



Fifty-Fifth Regiment Native Infantry. 

station — Mterut. Arrived May y 1844. 



3§; 


Namei. 


Rank in the 


Remarh* 


1^ 




Regiment. 


Army. 






COLONEL. 








1803 


M. C. Webber 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


26DCC.841 




Com, Lucknow 


1804 


J. Graham 

MAJOR. 


llJuly841 






1807 


J. H. Simmonds 

CAPTAINS. 


3 Oct.84a 


28June838 


» 


1817 


Fred. J. Simpson 


33May828 


M23NV.41 




— 


John Scott 


l3DeC. 830 






1818 


Anth.H.Jellicoe 


11 July 83 d 


ioJune834 




1820 


William Freeth 


iDec. 


12Sept.830 




1823 


Charles Graham 


30ct. 842 


11 July838 




1823 


John Ewart 

LIEUTENANTS. 




IsOct. 839 




18-25 


John Butler 


11 July 830 


C.2Mar.4l 


t 


1833 


Peter W. Luard 


iDec. 






1830 


Solom. Richards 


30ct.840 




: 


1838 


F. Jas. Smalpage 


10 July 842 






— 


T. M. Cameron 


8 Oct. 






1840 


J. D'Oyly Baring 


I2N0V. 






1841 


G. G. McBariiet 


do 






1842 


Augustine Allen 


28June843 






— 


Wm. E. Sandys 


iNov. 








Robt.A. Napper 

ENSIGNS. 






On furlough 


1843 


Arch. S. Haig 


10June843 


30Jan. 843 




— 


W. D. Hoste 


loNov! 


4Apr. 




— 


H. P. Babbage 


23 Jan. 844 


• 

loJune 




1844 


G. A. F. Houchen 


90ct. 


SoDec. 





Pacings ff%ite» 

Adjutant P. W. Luard is Aug. 843 

Inter, and qr^mas. 

Surgeon 

Assist, do T. Smith, m.d. 22 May 844 

• Agent for Army Clothing, 1st division, 
t Junior assist, to com. in Assam. 
X Adj. 8th irreg. cav. 



BENGAL. 



146 



Fifty^Sixth Regiment Native Infantry. 

*• MAHARAJPOOR." 
Statiom-^Agra, Arrived February , 1844* 



V"S 




Rank in tit 




4^ 


"Samtu 




Remarh, 




Regiment, 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 


• 


1794 


Wm.InneSyC.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


lMay834 


38June838 


On furlough 


1803 


Henry L. White 

MA JOB. 


14June838 

• 




Do 


1807 


Hope Dick 

CAPTAINS* 


lsFeb.839 


LC30Ap44 




1808 


Owen Phillips 


3Qjune834 


LC. do 


• 


1818 


Dayid Thompson 


7 May 837 


M.ssNoT. 


841 


1891 


Daniel Bamfield 


13 Feb. 839 


30Feb.837 


China 


1833 


Henry Foquett 


llDec.843 


17 Jan. 839 


t 


-» 


John Sutherland 


l8Mar.844 


9July 




1835 


John R. Younger 

LIEUTENANTS. 




3 Oct. 840 


On furlough 


— 


T. Trevor Whelcr 


19 Feb. 633 


C3lMay41 


: 


1834 


SuliTan H. Steer 


30ct. 840 




Do 


1839 


Urban Moore 


l3Jan.843 






-~^ 


Walter R. Prout 


8Nov. 






1840 


J. F. Nembhard 


13 do 




Gwalior cont. 


1841 


W. W. Repton 


do 






1843 


W.C. Gott 


1 iDec. 






— t 


Wm. M. Cafe 


13 Apr. 843 






1841 


W. W. Warde 


] 8Mar.844 






1843 


L. B. Jones 

ENSIGNS, 








— . 


W. L. Halliday 


l4June843 


3 8 July 843 ' 




— 


F. V. R. Jervis 


do 


loDec. 




1843 


G. H. W. Swete 


3Apr. 844 


34Aug.843 




1844 


C. R. Blomfield 

• • 


10 Aug. 


30Dec. 





Facingt JVhite, 

Adjutant U. Moore 30 Oct, 841 

Inter, and qr.-mas. W. R. Prout 1 1 Jan. 844 

Surgeon 

Assist, do A. Walker 3Feb. 844 

* Fort adj. Fort William and super, of cadets, 
t 9d in com. 3d Assam It. inf. 
X Com. cav. Malwa oont. force. 

N S 



147 



BENGAL. 



Fifty'Seventh Regiment Native Infantry. 

" ASSAM.** 

SULtUm-^augor. Arrived Juntj 1843. 



>^- 




Rank in the 




3§: 


Name§» 




Remarkt, 




Regiment, 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 


■ 


1705 


Edm.Cartwri£;ht 

HEUT.-COLONEL, 


lOJune820 


28June838 


Com.Presidency 
div. 


1807 


Mich. Ramsay 

MAJOR. 


18 July84o 






1815 


Nathaniel Jones 

CAPTAINS. 


2lJuly841 




On furlough 


isai 


Geo.M. Sherer 


8 July 836 




Sup. Stud Cent. 


1622 


Edw. Darvall 


4Aug. 




provinces 


1624 


Wm. Moultrie 


llNov.840 


8 Jan. 840 




^_ 


C. J.Richardson 


7Jan. 841 


13 May 


Gwatior com. 


1825 


Edwin Marriott 


2lJuly 


26Dec. 




1827 


Thos. Simpson 

LIEUTENANTS. 




loJan. 843 


• 


^_ 


Hen. Henchman 


13 Jan. 834 


C.20Feb. 


On furlough 


1828 


James Masson 


sJuIy 836 


C. 4Dec. 




1832 


Clare S. Salmon 


8 Oct.83g 






1838 


J. A. H. Gorges 


11 Aug. 840 




Do 


1830 


Geo. Cliffe Hatch 


11 Nov. 




Do 


._ 


Nat.Robt. Sneyd 


7 Jan.841 




Kelat-UGhilzie 


1840 


Edw. Jas. Hughes 


21 July 




i^. 


^ 


Alex. Forsyth 


28Nov. 






~^ 


J. S. R. Barclay 


16 July 842 






1841 


Alex. Ramsay 

ENSIGNS. 




• 




_ 


John Lambard 


29May841 


l7Feb.84l 




__ 


John L. Nation 


6Aug. 


8 Mar, 




... 


Th. Hen. Wilson 


21 Dec. 


27 June 




1842 


Brans. C. Smith 


26Sep(.843 


l9June642 




1 •• 

Fai 


nngs Light Buff. 


Adjutant C.^ 


>. Salmon lo Feb. 842 


Inter, and qr.-ma8... E. J 


I.Hughes 14 Mar. 844 


Surgeon 




Assist 


.do W. 


Martin 


2 


Feb. 84S 



* Asst. to Commissioner S. W. Frontier^ Hacareebaugh. 



BENGAL. 



14^ 



Fifiy^Eighth Regiment Native Infantry. 

•• BHURTPOOR,** " PUNNIAR.»» 
SilHon^Juhhulpnrt, Arnotd Aprily 1844. 







Ramk in the 


3 ^ 


Vamu. 


«% • ■ -A 


Remarks, 






Rtgiment^ 


Army, 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




179Q 


A.Galloway, c.b. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


33Sept.8d6 


23Nov.841 


On furlough 


1805 


H. C. M. Cox 

MAJOR. 


320ct. 842 






1820 


Geo. Aug. Mee 

CAPTAINS. 


3Feb. 843 


30May84l 


Do 


1821 


J. C. Lumsdaine 


1 Jan. 837 




Gwalior cont. 


1835 


Neville A. Parker 


8 do 842 


M30Apr44 


Do 


1826 


C.J. H. Perreau 


loAug. 


7 Feb. 842 


On furlough 


1829 


Geo. Dalston 


3 Mar. 8 43 


M30Apr44 




1835 


Arch. Campbell 


4Feb. 844 






1838 


Arthur S. Mills 

LIEUTENANTS. 








1840 


Abraham Meyer 


sJan. 843 






— 


J. W. C. Lockett 


lOMar. 






— 


Thomas Blayds 


lOJuly 






1841 


Henry Reid(i8t) 


10 Aug. 




Bundelcundleg. 


— 


L. Gomez Da Costa 


320ct. 




On furlough 


_ 


R. Duffin 


3 Feb. 843 






1842 


A. K. Mofiat 


3 Mar. 




Bundelcundleg. 


— 


Fred. J. Davies 


4Feb. 844 






— 


Chas. W. D'Oyly 


3Aug. 








Wm. Elwyn 

ENSIGNS. 








-. 


Clar.W.Wigncy 


14June843 


9Sept.843 




1843 


Chas. Carter 


16 do 


] Feb. 843 




1842 


John A. Conroy 


2 7 Feb. 844 


llJune843 




1844 


P. R. Innes 


SSept. 


30Dec.843 




1 


tcingt Light Bv^. 


Adjutant 




Inter, and qr.-mas. 




Surgeon D. A, ] 


Vlacleod i Feb. 843 


Assist, do. • 






* C.B. 






N 3 







149 



BENGAL. 



Fifty-Ninth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station^ Ntmuch. Jrrived March 1S4S, 



CO ^ 



1798 



1805 



1817 



1819 

18-20 
1821 
1823 
1823 



1824 
1826 

1827 
18a5 
1836 
1835 
1837 
1838 
1840 



1841 
1842 



Names. 



COLONEL. 

J. Maclnnes 

LIEUT..COLONEL. 

Stephen Moody 

MAJOR. 

Richard Wilcox 

CAPTAINS. 

John R. Talbot 
Patrick Grant 
Edw. J. Watson 
Francis Winter 
Wm. Andersen 
Maxwell Hyslop 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Hen. C. Gilmore 
George W. Stokes 
Wm. Blackwood 
Robarts W. Elton 
Hen. F. Dunsford 
James Gordon 
Geo. G. Bowring 
J as. G. Holmes 
H. B. Lumsden 
A. Blackwood 

ENSIGNS. 

Robt. G. Mayne 
H. A. Dwycr 
Rob. D. Gibncy 
Wm. A. Scott 



Rank\ 


in the 


Remarlu, 


Regiment, 


Army* 






[M.G. 




l3May825 


28June838 


On furlough 


14June84a 






3 Oct. 838 




Kingof Oudc's 
service 


3Mar.S33 






14 May 


M30Apr44 


Dep«a4i.-gcn. 


4Feb.83d 




On furlough 


1 Dec. 837 


l9Jam837 


* [pore legion 


3 Oct. 898 


2iApr.8a8 


2dincoiii.Joud- 




26July830 


On furlough 


sApr. 826 


C 9 Jan. 40 




2July828 


C 4 Feb.4l 




i4May832 


C 2 Jane 


t 


lDec.837 


Cl2Sep.43 




30ct. 838 






25June8d9 






30ct.84a 






qNov. 






16 July 842 






9Jan.841 


10 Aug. 840 


Kelat.i-Ghilzie 


1 Apr. 


25Dec. 


reg. 


26Sept.842 


ilJunc842 




i4June84d 


9Dec. 


• 



Facings Saxt>n Green. 

Adjutant H. F. Dunsford 27 Feb. 841 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . G. G. Bowrtng do 844 

Surgeon 

Assistant do ...... G. C. Wallich 13 Nov. 843 

* Siaff officer Bundlecund legion, 
t 2nd in com. Sylhet Lt. Inf. bar. 
j Adj. 6th irreg. cavalry. 



BENGAL. 



150 



Sixtieth Regiment Native Jn/antrj/. 

•• BHURTPOOR.»»— " CABOOL, 1842.»» 

Station — Kurnaul, An ived May, IS44. 

Ordered to Benares. 





Rank in the 




1* 


Namts, 


w^ • f -^ 


Remurks, 




R*gtmenf, 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1795 


John Grcenstreet 

LIEUT-COLONEL. 


1 May 8 24 


lOJan. 837 


On furlough 


1807 


J. B. Smith 

MAJOR. 


140ct. 841 






1818 


T.E.A. Naplcton 

CAPTAINS. 


5Feb.843 


M. 23Dec. 


843 * 


18Q1 


George Cos 


7 Jan. 830 


[842 




1823 


Wm. Riddell 


iDec. 


M. 23 Dec. 


Thuggee dep. 


1823 


Richard Drought 


2 do 






1824 


Joseph T.Geils 


15 Apr. 843 


9 Feb. 840 


[Kcn. 


18^5 


C. Robt. Gwatkin 


5Feb 843 


3oJan. 841 


Sub.assi8t.com. 


1820 


Thomas Riddell 

LIEUTENANTS. 




13 Feb. 842 


Com. pol. batt. 
Kumaul 


•^ 


C. R. Browne 


i2Jaly8d3 


C. 14 June 


t 


1827 


James E. Verner 


7 Jan. 836 


Ci3Sep.43 


Bundlecnnd le- 


18S9 


Geo. P. Whish 


iDcc. 




gion 


— 


John C. Phillips 


2 do 






1835 


Dan. Stansbury 


13Mar.837 






1836 


Carsan Alexander 


30ct. 840 






1839 


George Coare 


12NoV.842 






1841 


John C. Hay 


5Feb.843 






— 


W. C. Green 


l8Apr. 






~ 


George Birch 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


Wm. T. Baker 


26Sept.842 


ioJune842 






M. G. Brabazon 


] 4June843 


23 July 




_ 


James Reid 


do 


24 Sept. 




1843 


Chas. A. Doyne 

• • 


10 do 


7Feb.848 





Facingt Saxon Green. 

Adjutant Geo. P. Whish 3ft Apr. 837 

Inter and qr.-mas. . J. C. Phillips i Mar. 844 

Surgeon A. C. Gordon 23 July 841 

Assistant do • 

* Com. Bhaugulpore Hill Rangers, 
t Dep. com. ist class Saugor dxv. 



161 



BENGAL. 



Sixty' First Regiment Natvoe Infantry . 

Station— Kallingher, Arrived October 1843. 






1800 



1807 



1805 



1817 
1820 
1833 
1826 
1820 
1827 



1828 
1832 
1834 
1839 



1840 
1841 



Names, 



1842 



COLONEL. 

J. Anderson 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

J G.DrummondyCB. 

MAJOR. 

Robert Stewart 

CAPTAINS. 

William Forbes 
John Macdonald 
Henry C. Talbot 
Charles Grissell 
Hen. LeiMesurier 
Jas. Chas. Innes 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. H. Ryves 
Arth. M. Becher 
Sep. H. Becher 
Francis Drake 
Chas. Jas. Bean 
W. Hend. Smith 
E.N.T.R.O*Conor 
C. B. Basden 
M.R. Somerville 
F. G. Stainforth 

ENSIGNS. 

E. H. C. Wintlc 
H.S.Obbard 
T.A. Corbett 
A. M. Mac Kenzie 



Rank in th* 



RegtMent, 



7 July842 



90DeC843 



11 Oct. 838 



llJuly828 
26Sept.8a3 
llOct. 838 
13 Jan. 842 
25 do 843 



llOct 838 
16July839 

3 Oct. 8 40 
240ct.841 
13 Jan. 842 
do 

7 Feb. 
10 July 
25Jan. 843 



2J'uly 842 
20Sept. 
14JuneS43 
do 



Afntf, 



Remarh, 



lOJan. 837 



M. 23Nov. 



I8l>ec.840 
i4June842 
14 June 843 



C28Mar44 



On furlough 



Dep.qr.mr.gen. 



841 



Lcav. 
9d in com. 7 irr. 
Dep. asst. qua. 
ma. gen. 
On furlough 
Bundlecund leg. 



sJan. 842 
1 1 June 
25 July 

gDec. 



Adj. Bundle, 
cund police 
batt. 






Facings Yellow, 

Adjutant • S. H. Becher 14 Jan. 842 

Inter, and qr.-mas. 

Surgeon 

Assist, do John Macintire 17 May 839 



BENGAL. 



152 



Sixty* Second Regiment Native Infantry, 

«• ARHACAN." 
StatUm-^Benares, Arrived February , 184 A. 



*&>- 




Rank M the 1 




at 


Names, 


Regiment. 


Army. 
[M.G. 


Remarks, 


COLONEL. 






1799 


Wm. H. Kemm 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


llNov.837 


23NOV.841 


On furlough 


1804 


J.TullochyC.B. 

MAJOR. 


aoApr. 834 






isao 


Wm. M.Ramsay 

CAPTAINS. 


5 July 844 




Dep. com. 3d 
classSaugordiv. 


18il 


FmLV.M'iBrath 


9Mar.887 


9Deo«830 






Henry Beaty 


•30 do 841 


l6Dec.837 


Dep. pub. works 


isas 


R.£.T.Richard8on 


30 May 


21 May 841 




1828 


JohnC.Alderton 


<2t2Mar.844 






1833 


Hon. R. B. P. Byng 


5July 






1834 


Dav. £. Brewster 

LIEUTENANTS. 








1830 


F. F. C. Hayes 


30Mar.84l 




Bundlekandleg. 


1839 


Fred. Trollope 


SOMay 






1841 


Fred. Johnston 


12 Aug. 




On furlough 


— 


JohnC.Hardisty 


24 Mar. 842 




Do. 


..^ 


£. S. Denniss 


lOJuly 






, 


E.O.WoUaston 


iSDec. 




Adj. Mcywar 




E. I. Dod 


iMar.844 




Bheel corps 


, 


H.D. Maunsell 


t22 do 






^_ 


John Lamb 


5 July 






1843 


Jas. E. Thomson 








$ 


ENSIGNS. 








«««» 


Hen. Jos Hughes 


2Feb.843 


llJune842 




1843 


R. Beresford 


20 Mar. 844 


26July 843 




^^_ 


F. J.Sidebottom 


1 5 Apr. 


iSept. 




— 


T. H. Sibley 


SOJuly 


9Dec. 




^ 


Facings Yellow, 


Adjutant 




Inter, and qr.-mas.F, Trol 


lope 11 Jan. 844 


Snrgeon A. C« D 


uncan, u.d. 7 Mar. 843 


A»isl 


t. do .••••• 









158 



BENGAL. 



Sixty»Third Regiment Native Infantry. 

" BHURTPOOR.*' 
StaiUm — Umhalla. Arrived November f 1843. 



it 

Co ^ 



1795 



1808 



1808 



1819 

1821 
1832 
1823 



Names, 



1824 
1826 
1828 

1832 
1835 
1830 
1839 
1840 



1841 
1842 



COLONEL. 

SirJn.Rose, K.C.B 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 

W. H. Sleeman 

MAJOR. 

J. H. Mackinlay 

CAPTAINS, 

Wm. Hoggan 
Rich. Houghton 
Wm. C. Ormsby 
Wm. F. Grant 
John H. Blanshard 
Ersk. T. Erskine 

LIEUTENANTS. 

F. A. Williamson 
Robert Troup 
H. A. Morrieson 
Samuel Toulmin 
Wm. Y^. Siddons 
John C. Brooke 
C. R. Woodhouse 
John S. Rawson 
Frs. Scrivenor 
Hugh L. Pester 



Rank in Me 
Regiment. | Army, 



ENSIGNS. 

Thos. B. Logan 
W.J.Smith 
F. R. Croly 
Jas. G. Phillips 



1 May 824 



26May843 



I40ct. 841 



5Apr.834 
2 5 Sept. 
20Jaa. 835 
loSep.838 
I40ct. 841 



2lJan. 829 
5Apr.834 

2 5 Sept. 

20Jan. 835 

loSep.8S8 
30ct. 840 

29Sept.841 

140ct. 

l6Jaly842 



[M.G. 
loJan. 837 



Remarkf. 



On furlough 



28June838 



1 iJu1y838 
iiMay839 
23 do. 



Cl3May40 

C240ct.42 

C 8 Jan. 44 
C 20 do. 



Brig.maj. Urn- 
balla 



9 Jan. 841 
I60ct. 
29DeC. 
26Sept.842 



3d in com.Mey- 
war Bbeel corps 



i8Sepe.840 
4 Jan. 841 
13 June 
23June842 



On furlough 



Facings Yellow, 

Adjutant Robert Troup lo Jan. 88 8 

Inter, and qr.-mas. F. A. Williamson 9 Aug. 831 

Surgeon .•..•••• 

Assist, do A. White 3 Nov. 843 

• Commissioner Saugor division and agent to Gov. gen. Bun- 
dlecund and Scindiah's dominions. 



BENGAL. 



154 



Sixty-Fmrth Regiment Native Infantry. 

" CABOOL, 1842." 
Siation-^ , jirrived 



^1 


Names. 


Rank 
Regiment. 


in tie 
Army 


Rsmarks, 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1800 


H. T. Tapp 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


9Mar.837 


2dNoT.841 




1806 


H. F. Caler 

MAJOR. 


16Apr.844 






1819 


K. F. Mackenzie 

CAPTAINS. 


24Apr. 842 






1830 


Arthur Knyvett 


isMar.835 






1851 


Fred. Knyvett 


80cr. 839 


19Jan.837 




1823 


Charles Prior 


l7Jan. 841 


)3Apr.839 




1825 


Chas. Hen. Burt 


24Jan. 842 


2lJuly841 




-— 


Geo. P. Thomas 


24 Apr. 


6 Sept. 840 


Pol. employ 


1827 


Jas. Flytcr 

LIEUTENANTS. 




2 7 June 843 


[Sinde 


1833 


Colvin Corsar 


8 Oct. 839 






1835 


George Baillie 


20May840 






1837 


W. E. Mulcaster 


29Aug. 




Adj . 9th irr.cav. 


1839 


Mathew Raper 


30ct. 








Harry E. Young 


17 Jan. 841 






1840 


Thos. Rattray 


24 do 842 








Richard Nicholas 


24Apr. 






— 


Edw. S.Kennedy 


lOJuly 






— 


A. L. Nicholson 


llDec.843 






1841 


Robt. M. Nott 

ENSIGNS. 






On furlough 


— 


D.A.Chase 


4Mar.842 


13Aug.841 




— 


John S. Dunbar 


26May 


iiDec. 




1842 


H.B.A. Poulton 


I80ct. 


10JQly842 




1843 


Jas. Catbcart 

• • 


20Apr. 844 


1 Sept 843 




Faang8 YeUoto* 




Adjutant 




Inter, and qr.-mas. . 




Surgeon 




Assist 


:.do G.H] 


irper 


37 Feb. 84 


u • 



155 



BENGAL. 



Sixty^FiJth Regiment Naiive Infantry. 

(Volunteers*) 

Statiofir-^Allahaiad, Arrwtd November, 1843. 



^ 








8 §■ 


Names* 


v% • ' -^ 


Remarks, 


1^ 




Rtgtmmt, 


Army. 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1798 


James Alexander 

LIEUT. -COLONEL. 


4May831 


ft8June838 


Com. Benares 
div. 


1809 


James Blair 


2Dec.838 




Nizam's aenrice 




MAJOR. 






1808 


R. W. Wilson, c.B. l Aug.830 


LC.26May 










L841 






CAPTAINS. 








1823 


R. Hde Montmorency 


1 Aug.830 


l3June830 


[S»n« 


1820 


Wm. Swatman 


i7Mar.840 




Dep.a8si9t.com. 


1837 


Rich. Y. B. Bush 


1 Feb.841 






1828 


Fred. A. Close 


2iJune843 




[gen. 


1820 


C. J . Harrison 


iJan. 844 




Sub. asst. com. 


1830 


Francis Shirreff 

LIEUTENANTS. 






On iurlough 
[Oudeloc.inf. 


1833 


Crawford M. Rees 


l5Sep.838 




Adj. I9t regt. 


1830 


Fred. M. Baker 


14Apr.8S9 






1838 


Rich. J. Meade 


]7Mar.840 






1839 


H. L. Robertson 


30ct. 




Gwalior cont 


— . 


Theod. Gordon 


1 Feb.841 




On furlough 


1840 Gould R. Weston 


21 Feb. 842 






— Chas. T. E. Hinde 


10 July 




Do 


— . 


Francis J. Nelson i 


2iJune843 






— 


J. G. Robinson 


iJan. 844 






1841 


C. L. Montgomery 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


Thos.W. Hilton l 


IS Apr .842 


97Sept.841 




1842 


G. B. Malleson i 


tOSept. 


liJune842 




— 


R. M. S.Annesley 1 


.8Aug.843 


oDec. 




1843 


T. J. Geldart i 


5Jan. 844 
*acingiY$Ueiu 


0June843 





Adjutant F. M. Baker 21 Apr.84i 

Inter, and qr.>ma8. . R. J. Meade 2 Feb.844 

Surgeon J. F. Steuart, m.o. 3oMay844 

Assist, do 



BENGAL. 



156 



Sixty^Sixih Regiment Native Infantry, 

( Volunteers,) 

Station — Arracan, Arrived January^ 1B43. 
Ordered to Difiapore 



%t. 




Rank in the 






Names, 


, ' - 


Remarkt, 


1^ 




Repment. 


Army. 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1795 


Rob. J. Latter 

llEUT, -COLONEL. 


1 May 8 34 


loJan. 837 


On furlougli 


1813 


Roben Delamain 

MAJOR. 


7N0V.840 






1819 


Hugh Troup 
Captains. 


l6May844 






1823 


George Farmer 


5May834 






1835 


Samuel Browne 


15N0V.837 






1827 : Cuth. Davidson 


8Sept.843 




Nii!&m*s serv. 


1828 


J as. H. Chowne 


25N0V. 




On furlough 


— 


Henry Rollings 


le May 8 44 


28Mar.844 




1827 


Henry L. Bigge 


10 May 843 






LIEUTENANTS. 










John M'Donald 


5 May 834 


C. do 




1828 


A.N. M. McGregor 


2Apr.835 


Ci2June44 




1831 


Spencer W. Buller 


35N0V.837 






1832 


Walt. S. Sherwill 


30ct.840 




Revenue survey 


1835 


Henry Strachey 


7 Nov. 




* 


1837 


John F. Garstin 


10 July843 




With 2d Assam 


— 


H.J. W.Carter 


8Sept. 




It. inf.batt. 


1840 


John S. Phillpotts 


•2 5 Nov. 






1841 


C.C. G.Ross 


16 May 844 






1843 And. L. Busk 










ENSIGNS. 










Jul. J. Hockley 


5N0V.842 l0July842 




— James A. Law 


14June843 20Aug. 




1843 John R. Martley 


du 


2 8 Dec. 




— j Geo. C. Hankin 

1 • • 


1 do 844 


8 do 843 




1 ' • 

Fac'tngt White. 


Ad jut: 


mt. .<•••••.. John 


McDonald 18 Jan. 843 
. W. Carter 31 Aug.844 


Inter. 


1^ ^^ •#• ^v VV VV • • *^ ^^ *• " ' 

and qr.-raas. . . H. J 


Surgeon ..\ T. B, Barker 7 Oct. 830 


Assist, do. .•••••. 









' 





157 



BENGAL. 



Sixty 'Seventh Regiment Native Infautry, 

{Volunteers.) 

StaHonr^Banda, Arrived November, 1649. 







Rank in the 




2 & 


Names, 


^^^p^^^^v^.^ ^r^ ^^^^r 


Remarki, 






Regiment, Army. 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




17«^8 


Edgar Wyatt 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


80ct.83(J 


Q3Nov.84l 


On furlough 


1805 


G. R. Pemberton 

MAJOR. 


13 Feb. 830 






1833 


Hen. O. Frederick 

CAPTAINS. 


3NOV.843 






1823 


John W. Hicks 


15 Feb. 836 






1824 


Henry Cotton 


doMar.887 




« 


1825 


W. B. Thomson 


3 Aug. 




Dep.assist.com. 


— 


Fred.C.Minchin 


9Nov.840 




gen. 


1827 


Fred. Rainsford 


3 do 843 


31 Jan. 643 




— 


Fred. P. Fulchcr 




4 July 843 


On furlough 




LIEUTENANTS. 








1828 


Geo. Isa. Hudson 


10Apr.8S4 


C28Mar44 




1829 


Robert Price 


l5Feb. 830 






— 


Rubt.N. Raikes 


2 8 June 




Gwalior, cent. 


1828 


Chas. E. Goad 


3oMar.837 


C7Feb.844 




1835 


Edward W. Hicks 


5Aug. 






1836 


Thomas Latter 


3Oct.840 






1837 


W. H. Williams 
L.Alex. McLean 


9N0V. 
l6July842 






1639 


Wm. Chs. Clifton 


3NOV.843 






1841 


James Evans 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


Geo, F. D'Oyly 


26Sept.842 


loJune843 




— 


Fred. C. Maisey 


14June843 


9 Dec. 842 




1843 


R. R. Harris 


17 July 


20Feb, 843 




1841 


H.D'O.G.M. Andrews 


gJaii. 844 


22DeC.840 





Facingt Yellow 

Adjutant R. Price 

Inter, and qr.-mas... E. W. Hicks 

Surgeon J. Magrath 

Assist, do ....»••••• G. E. Morton 



20 Jan. 844 
17 Mar. 841 
16 Mar. 843 

3 Aug. 842 



Dep. judge adv. gen. Saugor div. 



BENGAL. 



158 



Sixty-Eighth Regimtnt Native Infantry. 

( Volunteers.) 

StatioH^^MirTMpore. Arrived January , 1844. 



"^s. 




Rank in the 




4^ 


Names. 


Regiment, Army. 


Rtmarht, 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1799 


E. F. Waters, C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


lONov.635 


33NOV.841 


Com.Rohilknd, 


1804 


G. Young 

MAJOR. 


30 Aug. 843 




On furlough 


1808 


Charles Thoresby 

CAPTAINS. 


do 


38June838 


Pol. employ 
Rajpootana 


1811 


Charles Marshall 


7 Apr. 820 


M. 33 Nov. 




1817 


And. Geo. Ward 


iNov.830 


[841 




1833 


Chris. S. Maling 


3dMay8d4 






— 


Somen J. Grore 


30 do 830 




Gwalior cont. 


1835 


Edw. P. Bryant 


37Jan. 844 


35 Sept. 40 




1897 


Robt. M. Gumell 

LIEUTENANTS. 


• 


3iJan.843 




1835 


Brooke Boyd 


13NOV.836 




On furlough 


1837 


Alex. Skene 


10July842 






1838 


Powell J. Comyn 


30Aug. 






— 


P. A. Roberton 


sSept. 






1840 


Robt. C. Barclay 


Do. 






1841 


George Faithful! 


sDec.843 






1843 


F. S. Miller 


37Jan. 844 






— 


A. H. Paterson 


14 Apr. 






— 


John I. Gibbs 


31 Sept. 






1848 


Hen. Harcourt 

ENSIGNS, 








.— 


Edw. Cookson 


31 Dec. 843 


9June843 




.i— 


Charles Warde 


3oFeb. 844 


10 do 






W. T. FreeHng 


3Aug. 


9Dec. 





Faeingi Yellow. 

Adjutant • P. A. Robertson 

Inter, and qr..mas . . A. Skene 

Surgeon I. M. Brander, m.d. 

Assist, do 

03 



9 Aug. 844 

9 Dec. 840 

34 Oct. 843 



159 



BtNGAL. 



Sixtt/'Ninih Regiment Native Infantry. 





Station — Shirkarpore. Arrived June, 


1844. 


*&>*: 


• 


Rank in the 






Names, 


Regiment, Army, 


Remarks. 




COLONEL, 


• 


[M.G. 




1797 


James Durant 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 


i3Jan. 828 


28June838 


On furlough 


1804 


H. Norton 

MAJOR. 


2Fcb.842 






1806 


Nicholas Penny 

CAPTAINS. 


3 Feb. 842 


LC.23N0V. 


841 Com.Nus- 
seree batt. 


1813 


William Brown 


I60ct.828 


M. 23N0V. 




1810 


Rob.Wroughton 


26Aug82tf 


[841 


Dep. sunr. gen. 


1817 


Robt. D. White 


2QJune835 


18July833 




1818 


Robt. Garrett 


lDeC.836 


24 do. 834 




1821 


W. S.Menteath 


2Feb. 842 


18Dec.837 


Brig, maj • Um- 


1825 


John A. James 

LIEUTENANTS. 


12Sept.844 


12Jan.84i 


ballah 


1826 


Wm. p. Bignell 


1 Dec. 836 


C.8May42 






George Ranken 


3Mar.8S7 


C.25 do 




1834 


Edm.Sissmore 


22 Apr.840 






1839 


G, James Simpson 


24 Aug. 








John Nisbett 


3 Oct. 






1840 


Edwd. TuUoch 
William Shand 


2 Feb. 843 
23 do. 








Wm. F. Ogilvic 


16 July 






1841 


J.Wedderburn 


i2Sept.844 






1842 


G. A. Black 

ENSIGNS. 










John E. Cracroft 


180ct.642 


10July842 




1843 


J. J. Willcs 


lONov.843 


22Fcb.843 






A. B. Burge 

• • 

* • 


do 


25 do 





Facings White. 

Adjutant 

Inter, and qr..mas. 

Surgeon 

Assist, do R. H, Oakley 



26 Dec. 843 



BENGAL. 



160 



Seventieth Regiment Native Infantry* 

StatUm^^Neemuch, Arrived March, 1844. 



^r 




Rank in ike 




1^ 


Names. 




R/BWiarks* 




Regtfnent* 


Army. 






COLONEL. 








1803 


Patrick M. Hay 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


36Aug.843 




On furlough 


1805 


Jas. Stuart 

MAJOR. 


do 835 




Sec. Gov. mil. 
dep. 


1817 


Alex. Mercer 


Mar. 841 






1* 


CAPTAINS. 








1818 


J.K.M<Causland 


1 July 836 


30Sept.8S4 


• 


1819 


Alex. C. Scott 


35Sept.837 


l4Peb. 835 


[Lucknow 


1823 


Rowland Hill 


iJuly 839 


14Jan. 839 


Brig. maj« 


— 


Philip Harris 


8 Oct. 


M30Ap.44 


Gwalior cont. 


— 


Doug. T. Caddy 


6Mar.84l 


loSept«839 




1837 


John Henncssy 

LIEUTENANTS. 




3Feb.848 


Do 


1831 


Geo. N. Greene 


iJuly 830 






1836 


Chas. L. Edwards 


35Sept.8S7 


C. 8Feb.43 




1833 


Rodk. Robertson 


l5Mar.839 




[com. Arracan 


1838 


Hen. Hopkinson 


l9Jan. 840 




Jun. assist, to 


1839 


Albert Fytche 


17 Aug. 




Adj. Arracan 


— 


Hast. B. Impey 


3 Oct. 




loc. batt. 


—- 


Edwin Thomas 


0Mar.841 






1840 


Wm.T. Garstin 


16July843 






m— 


J.W.Drummond 


5Dec. 








J.A.Wright 

ENSIGNS. 








1841 


F.C.Wiggins 


39May84l 


8Mar»84l 




■>- 


H. W.H.Coxe 


8Dec. 


31 June 




1843 


Chas. H. Byers 


36Sept.843 


13 do 843 




1843 Chas. Murray 

• • 


14Juue843 38De-.*.843 




! J 


Facings Yelhwu 


Adjui 
Inter 


tant ••..•••••• G. 


N. Greene 31 Jan. 844 


. and qr.-mas. • • H. 


B. Impey 3 Dec. 841 


Sursreon «• >••••••• 




Asnst.do G/ 


r. C. Fogarty 5 June 844 


• Ck 


>m. Arracan local batt. 




■ 


03 







161 



BENGAL. 



Seventy- First Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station — Barrackpore, Arrwed April, 1843. 



*&.-• 




Rdnk in the 




Seas.i 


Names, 


^B ^w^r ^ ^rm ^ ^ » ^ ^ - ^ ^ 


Remarks. 




Regiment. 


Army* 






COLONEL. 








1803 


Alex. Dick 

LIEUT-COL. 


8 Feb. 843 






1819 


Geo. Huish,C.B. 

MAJOR. 


do 


33Dec.842 


On furlough 


1807 


John.S. Marshall 

CAPTAINS. 


6Aug.839 


28Junc83S 




1817 


Geo. D. Roebuck 


dJune83o 






1818 


Edmund Wintle 


5Feb.835 


20Sept.834 




1820 


Wm. Macgeorge 


1 Jan. 838 


23June8d6 


* 


1823 


Wm. Jas. Rind 


6Aug.839 


17Jan. 839 




18^25 


Geo.Wm.Bishop 


28May848 


26Apr.841 


t 


1826 


Henry Barry 

LIEUTENANTS. 




ISOct. 842 


Bundlecund 

legion 


1827 


Thos. S. Jcrvis 


3lJan.835 


C. 4 Nov 




— 


Hugh A. Reid 


AFeb. 


Cl6Apr.43 






G.W. G. Bristow 


7 Jan. 830 


C. 13 Aug. 




1834 


James L.Walker 


22Mar.839 




Adj. Bamhbur 


1836 


John S. Bristow 


18 Aug. 840 




It. inf. batt. 


1838 


Geo. Strangways 


3 Oct. 






1839 


Henry Dinning 


16 July 842 








Jn. L.Llewellyn 


28May 843 






1840 


W.G.M.Macleaii 


12 Feb. 844 






1841 


L.R. Christopher 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


John Ross 


26Sept.842 


9Mar.843 




— 


John J. Murray 


14Juiie843 


loDec. 


On furlough 


1843 


Wm. Briggs 


23 do 


17 Feb. 843 




—— 


C. A. Barwell 

• m 


7Mar.844 


20june 




- - 1 

I 


1 
^acingM Black, 


Adjutant G. VS 


K G. Bristow isJuly 832 


Inter, and qr.-mas. . . H. A 


L. Reid 8 Aug. 844 


Sureeon R. T 


titton ^.Tan aj.1 


Assist. 


do 


1 ■ fcVX^BA 


g «r ««aA| 


^M-m m 



* Dep. judge adv. gen. Meerut div. 

t Com. Sebundy corps of sappers, Darjeellng. 



BENGAL. 



162 



Seventy-' Second Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station—DeUii. Arrived October, 1843* 



^*; 




Rank in the 




« §• 


Namei, 




Remarks, 






Regiment. 


Army. 


^^ ^ ^^ ■ w ^r^^^ • r^ -^ ^ 




COLONEL. 






180S 


Thos. Palmer 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


lOApr.844 






1604 


Henry Hall, C.a 

MAJOR. 


9Jan. 833 




On furlough 


1807 


James Manson 

CAPTAINS. 


11 July 841 


38June838 


Com.withBajec 
Row 


1834 


St.G.D. Showers 


33Feb.836 




* 


1825 


Peter Abbott 


iDec. 






-— 


Hugh H. Lloyd 


7 Feb. 838 






•~- 


H.Dan.Maitland 


20Oct. 




On furlough 


-— 


Rich. S. Tickell 


11 July 841 


31 May 841 


Dep.assist.com. 


1838 


J. S. Davidson 

LIEUTENANTS. 




6July844 


gen. 


1837 


Gb. H. Whistler 


19NOV.837 


C30Fcb43 




1830 


C. H. D. Spread 


7 Feb. 83 8 






1837 


Geo. B. Hobson 


30Oct. 








Thos.F. Hobday 


3 do 840 






— 


R.J. Farrc 


11 July 841 






1838 


Geo. Edw. Ford 


16 do 843 






1840 G. E. Holmes 


1 Feb. 84 3 






1841 


Jas. C. Curtis 


I70ct. 






— 


R. K. Gordon 


4 Aug. 844 






1842 


Robert Bridge 

ENSIGNS. 










Chas. Andrews 


]4JuDe843 


37Aug.843 




1843 


Robt. W. Gibbs 


do 


38Dec. 




— . 


William Gillon 


lONov. 


3 5 Feb. 843 




1844 


C. T. Hallctt 

• • 


30ct. 844 


30 Dec. 





Facings Yellow, 

Adjuunt R. J. Farre 34May 844 

Inter, and qr.-mas .. • 

Surgeon M. Lovell 6Mar.844 

Assist* do 

* With the Newab Nazim of Bengal. 



163 



BENGAL. 



Seoenty^Third Regiment Native Infantry. 

StatioU'^Delki, Arrived Felruary^ 1843. 
Ordered to Loodianah. 



S3: 



1803 



1810 



1810 



1819 
1820 
1833 
1824 
1825 
1826 



1827 

1834 
1840 



1841 
1842 

1843 

1842 



Name*. 



Rank in the 



Regiment. 



COLONEL. 

Samuel Swiahoe 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

C. D.Wilkinson 

MAJOR. 

Henry Patch 

CAPTAINS. 

E.A.Cumberlege 
Robert M*Nair 
Robt. M. Hunter 
W.Ey re Andrews 
And. Macdougall 
James Sleeman 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. Richardson 
WalterC.Erskine 
R.C. Lawrence 
Fred. Aug. Hook 
John S.Warren 
James Tickell 
N. W. Main waring 
W, S. Twycross 
M. A. Garstin 
Samuel Rogers 

ENSIGNS. 

Sam. B. Cookson 
E. D. R. Ross 
R. Crosse 
J. P. Giles 



33June842 



20Mar.840 



39 May844 



29N0V.834 
3Aug.839 
30Juue842 
3oJune843 
29May844 



2Aug.8d9 
3 Oct. 840 

17Sept.841 

30June842 

leJuly 

13Jan. 843 

SoJune 

17 Oct. 

29May844 



14June843 
21 Aug. 
loNov. 
l8June844 



Army, 



13 Jan. 836 

11 July 838 

2 3 Jan. 840 

5 Feb. 841 

7 Jan. 842 



Cl9Jan.43 
C. 16 Apr. 



Remarks. 



28Dec.842 
22 Feb. 843 
25 do 

2lApr.842 



Com. Agra 



[corps, Delhi 
Com. police 
Dep. of public 

works 



Gwalior Cont. 



On furlough 



FttdngtYeUow. 

Adjutant R. C. Lawrence i6Mar.844 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . . W. Richardson 3Sep. 839 

Surgeon A. W. Steart 6Mar.844 

Assist, do •• . 7k, C. Guise 1 June84i 

* Assist, for suppression of thuggee. 



BENGAL. 



I6t 



Sevevtj/^Fourlh liegiment Native Infantry, 





StatUm-^Nowgoug, Arrived March , 1843. 


>1 




Rafde 


til the 






Names, 






Remarks* 




R^gtfugnt^ 


Army, 






COLONEL. 








1801 


F. Young 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


30ct. 842 




On furlough 


1803 


F. Buckley 

MAJOR. 


10 Apr. 836 






1817 


Andrew Spens 

CAPTAINS. 


iMar.sdS 




Do 


1819 


N.J.Cumberlege 


23June835 


7Jan. 835 


• 


1820 


AndrewCharlton 


isDec. 






1831 


Hen.N.Worsley 


23May830 






1824 


Hy. W. Leacock 


8 July 837 






1820 


Joseph Chilcott 


l5Mar.844 


7 Jan. 842 




1831 


Tlios.W.01dfidd 

LIEUTENANTS. 






Do 


— 


H.E. S.Abbott 


23May830 




Dep. pub. works 


— 


Geo. Parker 


30 Jan. 837 




t 


1836 


Charles Gordon 


sJuly 






1836 


George Ryley 


lMar.838 






1887 


J.P.P.T.Hawkcy 


3oApr. 






1836 


W. F. N.Wallace 


16July842 






— 


JncJ.Macdonald 


25l>ec. 






1841 


J.W.B.BlagTave 


l6Feb.843 






» 


A. G. Nedhain 


l5Mar.844 






1842 


Fran. J. Burgess 

ENSIGNS. 








_ 


H. C. Anderton 


14June843 


16 July 842 




_— 


G. H. M. Mason 


do 


25 do 




1843 


G. S. Macbean 


21 Aug. 


22 Feb. 843 






Hugh Grant 

• • 


2Apr. 844 


94Aug. 





Faiins* Yellow. 

Adjutant • • J.J. Macdonald 3 May844 

Inter, and qr.-mas. . . H. Fi. S. Abbott do 

Surgeon ...J. V.Lees^ llMay843 

Assist, do W, W. Wells lOFeb. 

* Cora* Calcutta native militia. 

t 3d in com. Bundlecund mil. police batt. 



167 



BENGAL. 



Regiment of Kelat-i-Ghilzie. 

NATIVE INFANTRY. 

" KELAT.I-GHILZIE"— ''CANDAHAR**— "GHUZNEE'*^" CABOOL, 1848." 
Flank Companiei,—** MAHARAJPOOR." 

Station^^Agra. Arrhed^^March, 1843. 



Name and Rank, 


Corpt, 


Date of 
Appt, 


Remarks, 


Major J. H. Craigie, C.B. 
Capt R. Mackean 

D. Gaussen 

Lieut. 0. M. Sneyd 
Assist. Surg. C. A. Elderton 


20th N.I. 
17th N.L 
42d N.I. 
27th N.I. 


4thOct.842 

4thOct. 

4thOct. 

4thOct. 

4thJan.843 


Commandant 
2d in command 
Quarter master 
Adjutant 
In med. charge 



THE BUNDLECUND LEGION. 
Station — Jhansi. 



STAFF. 



Capt. W. F. Beatson 

F. Winter 

Assist.SurgK.W.Kirk9M.D. 



54th N.I. 
59th N.I. 



13 June 844'Commdt. in chief 



13 do 



Legion staff 
Med. charge 



Lieut. W. Olpherts 



ARTILLERY. 
I Art. I 2 7 Apr. 844 | Commandant 

CAVALRY. 

{Suikur) 



Capt. J. E. Vemer 
Lieut. F. F. C. Hayes 
-^— J. D. Lauder 



60th N.I. 
62d N.L 
47th N.I. 



30 Jan. 84oi Commandant 



13 June844 

14 Feb. 839 



2d in command 
Adjutant 



INFANTRY. 

Itt Batkilion. — {Sukkur.) 



Capt. H. Barry 
Lieut C. J. Bean 
A. K. Moffatt 



Capt J. Waterfield 
Lieut G. N. Oakes 
H. Reid 



7 1st N.L 
6 1st N.L 
58th N.L 



30 Jan. 84o| Commandant 
13 June844 2d in command 



25 May 844 Adjutant 



2(2 Battalion, — {Jhansi.) 



38th N.L 
40th N.L 
58th N.L 



9 Apr.844lCommandant 



13 June 
29 Apr. 



2d in command 
Adjutant 



Uniform, Red. — Facings, Blue. — Lace, White. 



BENGAL. 



168 



IRREGULAR CAVALRY. 



FIRST REGIMENT. 

" BHURTPORE »— Detachment. *' CANDAHAR, 1843.** 

Station — Ordered to Umballah, 



Name and Ramk, 




Remarks. 



Major L. H. Smith 


6th L.C. 


33 Feb. 843 


Commandant 


Capt. R. Haldane 


45th N.L 


14 Not. 840 


and in command 


Lieut. T. Watson 


sad do 


11 Jan. 844 


Adjutant 


Assist. Surg. J. A. Staig 




8 Feb. 830 


In med. charge 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

•• ARRACAN.** 
Siation-'-'Saugor, Arrived, Nov .1843. 



Capt. J. Lecson 
— G, Jackson 
Lieut. W. C. Alexander 
As.Surg. M. Richardson^ MD. 



42d N.L 
4th L.C. 
loth do 



13 Sept. 843 

14 Apr. 

31 May 844 
35 Nov. 839 



Commandant 

2nd in command 

Adjutant 

In med. charge 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

"CABOOL, t8«.'* 
Station ^Ferozepore. Arrived^ /Vpv. 1843. 



Capt. F. F. Tait 

J. Liptrott 

Lieut. G. M. Prendergast 
As.Surg.C.B.Handyside md 



2d Eur.Reg. 
2d do 
44th N.I. 



2 Aug. 83Q 
13 Aug. 

1 June 841 
15 June 843 



Commandant 

2nd in command 

Adjutant 

In med. charge 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

•• AFFGHANISTAN »*— *• GHUZNEE**— *' MAHARAJPORE.** 

'i Risialahs, " KELAT.»» 

Station^-Bareillj, Arrived, Mar, 1843. 



Lt.Col. C.E.T. Oldfield, c.b. 

Lieut. O. Cavenagh 

As. Surg. F. C. Henderson 



5th L.C. 
82d N.I. 



23 Dec. 842 

6 Oct. 844 

25 Feb. 840 



Commandant 

Adj. 2nd in command 

In med. charge 



16j 



BENGAr. 



IRREGULAR CAVALRY (continued). 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 
Slation^^Mhow. Arrived, 



Name and Rank, 



Corps, 



Date of 
Appt. 



Remarkt. 



Major E. Pcttingall 
Lieut. F. N. Edmonstone 
Cornet S. C. A. Swinton 
As. Surg. W. Dunbar, m. d. 



3gth N.L 
4th L.C. 
8th do 



1 Nov. 832 
19 Apr. 844 

do 
28 Jan. 841 



Commandant 

3nd in command 

Adjutant 

In med. charge 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

"MUSKETOONS." 
Station — Ordered to Jhansi. 



Capt. J. Mackenzie 

R. Hill 

Lieut. J. G. Holmes 

At. Surg. W. S. Comberbach 



8th L.C. 
4th N.I. 
59th do 



2 Sept. 840 Commandant 



17 Jan. 

14 Apr. 842 



2nd in command 

Adjutant 

In med. charge 



SEVENTH REGIMENT. 
StaiioTi^—SegowUe, Arrived, April 1843, 



Capt. F. Wheler 

W. H. Ryves 

Lieut. W. R. Cunningham 
Assist. Surg. E. Hare 



ilth L.C. 

6ist N.I. 

6 th do 



6 May 841 
1 June 
27 Mar. 844 



Commandant 
2nd m command 
Adjutant 



26 Dec. 842 In med. charge 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 
"PUNNIAR." 
Station-^ Hansi. Arrived, 



Major A Tucker, c.b. 
Lieut. C. G. Becher 
Lieut. S. Richards 
Assist. Surg. M.Nightingale 



9thL.C. 
5 th do 
55th N.I. 



2/ Apr. 844 Commandant 
15 Mar. 842 2nd in command 



11 July 
3 Aug. 



Adjutant 

In med. charge 



NINTH REGIMENT. 
Station-^ Loodiana, Arrived 



Capt. J. Christie 

Lieut. C. T. Chamberlain 

W. E. Mulcastcr 

Assist. Surg. R. W. Faithfull 



8d L.C. 
28th N.L 
04 th do 



27 Apr. 844 
17 Feb. 
do 



Commandant 

2nd in command 

Adjutant 

In med. charge 



BENGAL. 



170 



LOCAL INFANTRY. 



CALCUTTA NATIVE MILITIA— (CIVIL). 

Station^'Aiypo re. 



Name and Rank, 



Corps 



Capt N. J. Cumbeilege 

Capt. F, Raldgh 

Assist. Surg. G. C. Rankin 



74th N.I. 
1st do 



Date of 
Appl, 



1 June 835 

13 June 844 

5 Jan. 84'i 



Remarks. 



Commandant 

Adjutant 

In Med. charge 



Uniform, Rcd.'-~Facittgs, Black. — Laee, Gold. 

RAMGHSJR LIGHT INFANTRY BATTAUON. 
Station — Dorundah {Choiah Nagpare). 



Major H. J. Guyon 
Capt. G. C. Armstrong 
Lieut. J. L. W^alker 
— H. J. Guise 
AsstSurg.A.C. Macrae, M.D. 



3lst N.I. 31 Jan. 844:Commandant 
47th do 13 Dec. 836 2nd in command 

JAdjutant 

Com.Irr.Cav. attd. to bat 
In med. charge 



71st do 


20 Sept. 844' 


28th do 


i 1 June 843 




28 Jan. 841 

1 



Uniform f Green. — Facuigs, Black. — Lace, Black. 



Major T. £. A. Napleton 

Capt. W. G. Don 

Assist. Surg. W. B. Webster 



HILL RANGERS. 
Station — Bhaugulpore, 
60th N.I. !22Sept.841|Commaodant 



43rd do 



1 Sept. 831 'Adjutant 
24 July f(S2 In med. charge 



Unijbrm, Red, — Facings, Dark Green. — Lace, Silver. 



NUSSEREE BATTALION. 
Rifles. 



StatioM'^HTutegh (Simla)» 



Lieut.*- CoL N. Penny 
Capt. C. O'Brien 
Liwt. R. Hay 
Assist Surg. J. Steel, m.]). 



69th N.L 

3rd do 

30th do 



2 June 841 
13 July 
30 Apr. 
25 Feb. 840 



Commandant 

2nd in command 

Adjutant 

In med. charge 



Uniform f Dark Green.^Facing*, Black. — Lace, Black. 

P 



171 



BENGAL. 



Name and Rank, 




Remarks, 



SIRMOOR BATTAUON; 



Capt. J. Fisher 

W. B. Lumley 

Lieut. C. Reid 

Asst.Surg. H. A. Bruce, m.d. 



Staiwi^'-'Deyrah, 

ddril N.I. 

3d Eur. Reg. 

loth N.L 



2 Jan. 843 
4 Jan. 
4 Jan. 



Commandant 
and in command 
Adjutant 



7 Jan. 841 1 In med. chafge 



Uniform, Dark Green. — Faciugt, Black. — Lace, Black. 



KEMAOON BATTALION. 



Station^-mhohooghaut, 



Capt. J. Welchman 

J. Drummond 

Lieut. R. A. Ramsay 
Assist. Surg. W. Veal 



loth N.I. 
19th do 
d5th do 



1 Nov. 842 



Commandant 



13 Mar; 899 2nd in command 



8 Aug. 840 
4 Apr. 839 



Adjutant 

In med. charge 



Umform, Dark Green« — Facimgs, Black. — Lace, Black, 



FIRST ASSAM LIGHT INFANTRY. 



Station — Jaiport, Upper Assam, 



Capt. S. F. Hannah 
E. F. Smith 



Assist. Surg. W. Shurlock 



40th N.I. 

23rd do 

— do 



25 Mar.'839 Commandant 

2nd in command 

Adjutant 

In med. charge 



14 Mar. 843 
1 Mar. 842 



Uniform, Green. — Factngty Black.— '/.ace, Black. 



SECOND ASSAM LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Station— ^owahatty. 



Capt. T. Fisher 


48Cb N.I. 


22 Sept. 841 


Commandant 


H. Foquctt 


9 6th do 


8 Mar. 


2d in command 


Lieut. R. Campbell 


47th do 


21 Apr. 


Adjutant 



Uniform, Green. -^Fadngs, Black. — Lace, Black. 

MHAIRWARRAH BATTAUON^CIVIL). 
Statiofk-^Bemor, 



Major C. G. Dixon 
Capt. W. J. Cade 
Lieut. C. T. Cartwright 
Assist. Suig. N. CoUyer 



Art. 11 Jan. 836 Commandant 



I3tfr N.L 26 Feb. 842 



16th do 



26 Feb. 
Ia& May 840 



2nd in command 
Adjuftam rs n 
la med. charge 



Uniform, Red. — Facings, Dark Green.— Xace, Silver. 



LOCAL INFANTRY. 



17a 



Name and Rank, 




Remarks, 



Capt. J. K. McCausland poth N.I 
Lieut. C. J.Bid»rds a5lh do 



A. Fytche 

Assist.Surg. C.Archer, M.D. 



ARRACAN BATTALION. 

Station — Akydh. 

19 Sept.842' Commandant 
14 Nov. 8401 2d in command 

.Com. art. attd. to bat. 
17 Feb. 842' Adjutant 
12 Apr. 848 'In med. charge 



70th do 



Uniform, Gxc^tu^^FadngSy Black. — Lace, Black. 

HURRIANAH LIGHT INFANTRIf BATTALION. 
Statian-^Kuniaul. Satuh 



Capt R. Campbell 



T. E. Colebrooke 

Assist. Surg. J. H. Jones 



43d N.I. 
13th N.I. 



22 Feb. 838|Commandant 

!2d in command 
5 Aug. 830 'Adjutant 
29 June 844 lln med. charge 



C/ni/ormyGrcca. — FacingSy Black. — Lace, Black. 

FIKST REGIMENT OF OUDE INFANTRY. 
Stationr'^uUanpore. 



Major J. C. C. Gray 
Capt. W. H. Nicholetts 
Lieut. C. M. Rees 
AssuSurg. J.Nai3initbtM.D. 



2 J St N.L 
28th do 
65th do 



18 Dec. 837JCommandant 
17 Jsm. 840, 2d in command 
17 Jan. Adjutant 
1 1 Jan. 844 In med. charge. 



Uniform, Red. — Facingi, White. — Lace, Gold. 

SECOND REGIMENT OF OUDE INFANTRY. 
Station — Seetapcre, 



Capt. J. Piatt 

W. L. Hascll 

Lieut. W. J. H. Charteris 
Assist.Surg, A. Gtdg^ MJ). 



2dd N.L i26 Dec. 849 



44th do 
45thdo 



21 Sept. 842 
6 Feb. 841 
8 Oct. 838 



Commandant 
2d in command 
Adjutant 
In med. charge 



Uniform, Red.— JRicmg:s, White.-.-JLaM, Gold. 
SYtHBT LIGHT INFANTRY BATTALION. 



StatioM'^Qierrah PoQ^jft, 



Major F. G. Lister 
Capt. W. Blackwood 
Lieut. G. Verncr 
Asst.Surg.J.Davenport,M.D. 



5ad N.I. 
59th do 
9th do 



14 Mar.828 
12 Feb. 841 
18 June 839 



Commandant 
2d in command 
Adjutant 



28 Oct. 837 In med. charge 



Umfvrmy Green.— JVidng», Black.— Lace, Black. 

P2 



ITS 



BENGAL. 




Name and Rank, 



NIMAUR BHEEL CORPS— M«n<//^«r. 
{Cavalry and Infantry,) 
Capt. P. T. French | 23dBy.N.I. | 28Sept.844 | Commandant 



MALWA BHEEL CORPS. 
Station — Bhopawar. 



Capt. G. C. Stocklcy(Bom.) 

D. Wilkie 

Lieut. H. L. Evans (Bom.) 
Assist. Sure:. A. Reid 



7 th N.U 

4th N.I. 
17th N.I. 



14 Oct. 841 

2 June 843 

28 Feb. 842 
27 Apr. 844 



Commandant 
2d in command 
Adjutant 
Med. charge 



Vnifofrniy Green. — Facings^ Black. — Lace, Black. 



MEYWAR BHEEL CORPS. 



Capt. W. Hunter 
Lieut. J. C. Brooke 

E. O. WoUaston 

Assist. Suif . C. Harland 



15th N.I. 
63d do 
62d do 



15 July 840 Commandant 
20 Apr. 844 2d in command 
20 do 'Adjutant 
27 do Med. charge 



Uniform, Green.— JPacwgf*, Black. ^-L^ce, Black. 

SEBUNDV CORPS OF SAPPERS AND MINERS. 

Darjeeling. 
Capt. G. W. Bishop | 7ist. N.I. | 29July840 | Commanding 
Uniform, Greenj-^Facings, Black. — Lace, Black. 



Capt. J. Jacob 
Lieut. G. Malcolm 



SCINDE IRREGULAR HORSE. 
"MEEANKE."— " HYDERABAD." 



Bom. art. | 843 

Bom.istN.1. 26 Sept. 844 



Commandant 
2d in command 
Adjutant 
Surgeon 



BELLOCHEE BATTALION. 



Major T. Jackson, C.B. 
Lieut. G. Mayor 
Asst. Surg. A. Wright 



By.25thN.I. 
By. do 

By. 



1 1 Oct. 844 

do 
do 



Commaudant 
Adjutant 
Med. charge 



%NGiU.4 



174 



CONTINGENT FORCES. 



GWALIOR CONTINGENT. 

" PUNNIAR." 



Namt mud Rank* €orpt. 



Lieut. Col. O. Stubbs 
Lieut. F. Turner 
Capt. H. S. Grimes 
Lieut. A. Cunningham 



Lieut. J. H. Smyth 
Capt. V. Eyre 
Lieut. R. ¥Fstb»ten 
A. W* Hawkins 



Major W. Minto 
Capt. A. C. Dewar 
Lieut. R. N. Rttikes 
Assist Sttfg. J. Hope 



Capt. J. C. Lumsdaine 
Lieut. R. H. Sale 

W. Alexander 

As. Surg. W. Pringle, m.d. 




Staff. 

N.L 

Art. 

46th NJ. 

Eng. 



13 Jcui. 844 Brig, commandin 
•26 Jam. {Brigade major 

14 Feb. Paymaster 
14 Feb. Executive officer 



Artillery. 

Artillery iid Jan. 844 
do 26 do 
do 13 do 

do 'i4 Feb. 



Capt. comm. ist co. 
do 2d CO. 

do 3d CO. 

do 4th CO. 



1ST Cavalry. 



18th NJ. 


13 Jan. 


d7th do 


17 Feb. 


orth do 


13 Jan. 




do 



844| Commandant 
2d in command 
(Adjutant 
Surgeon 



2D Cavalry. 



58th N.L 

0th do 

10th L.C. 



13 Jan. 844, Commandant 
17 Feb. 2d in command 
26 Jan. j Adjutant 

14 Feb. Surgeon 



1ST Infantry. 



Capt. G. B. MichcU 
J. Hennessy 



2dEur.Reg. 13 Jan. 

70th N.L do 

Lt. BaronF. A.Von,Meyern.5dd do do 



Assist. Surg. 



Capt. M. T. Blake 

W. C. Erskine 

Lieut. J. F. Nembhard 
Assist. Surg. A. H. Cheek 



2D Infantry. 

,54th N.I. !i3 Jan. 

,73d do 14 Feb. 

56th do 'l3 Jan, 

I , 2 Mar. 

3d Infantry. 



Major H. M. Graves leth N.I. 

Capt. A. F. Macpherson 43d N.L 

Asst. Surg.J.H, Littler, M.D. 



13 Jan. 
do 

2 Mar, 



P3 



844 Commandant 
I ad in command 

Adjutant 
Surgeon 



844|Commandant 
lad in command 
Adjutant 
SuTgeon 



844|Comm$mdant 
j-2d in command 
(Adjutant 
{Surgeon 



ITS 



BENGAL. 
GWALIOR CONTINGENT— conhawerf. 



Name and Rani. 




Remarh, 



Major N. A. Parker 
Capt. R. Dowson 



Assist. Surg. 



Capt. P. Harris 
— C. J. Richardson 
Lieut. J. W. Carter 
A9st.Surg.H.M.IVIacpherson 



Capt. S. J. Grove 

C. Dickson 

Lieut. R. R. Adams 
Assist. Surg. A. W. Crozier. 



Major T. Young 
Lieut. 11. L. Robertson 
Ensign J. D. McDonald 
Assist. Surg. H. B. Hinton 



4th Infantry. 

58th N.I. 
5th do. 



13 Jan. 844 

14 Feb. 



, Commandant 
'2d in command 
'Adjutant 
Surgeon 



5th Inpantry. 



70th N.I. 
57th do 
54th do 


20 Feb. 844 

13 Jan. 

14 Feb. 
9 Apr. 


Commandant 
2d in command 
Adjutant 
Surgeon 


6th Infa\try, 




fl8thN.L 
5lst do 
12th do 


13 Jan. 844 
29 Feb. 

14 do 

2 Mar. 


Commandant 
2d in command 
Adjutant 
Surgeon 



7 th Infantry. 

2d N.I. I 8 Mar. 844|Commandant 
65th do 29 Feb. 2d in command 
39th do I 2 Mar. 'Adjutant 

Surgeon 



MALWA CONTINGENT. 

Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry, 
Station — Mehidpore, 



Capt. G.Timins (late) 

T. T. Wheler 

E.Andrews (Bom.) 



Lieut. W. Paley 

S. J. Becher 

R. L.Taylor (Bom.)ji8th do 

Assisc.Surg. M. McN. Rind 



34th N.l. 
56th do 
7th do 
Art. 
nth N.l. 



15 Dec. 841 
do 
do 

1 Nov. 642 

20 Dec. 841 
l-. Sept.842 



Commandant 
do of cavalry- 
do of infantry 
do of artillery 

Adjutant of cavalry 
do of infantry 

Surgeon 



BHOPAUL CONTINGENT. 
Artillery, Cavalry, and Infantry. 



Capt. J. E. Landers 

W. W. Davidson 

Lieut. J. Travers 
Assist. Surg. W. Brydon 



Station — Lehore, 



' 9th N.l. 

3 2d do 

9d do 



22 July 839 
11 Sept.843 
15 Mar. 
28Sept.844 



Commandant 
2d in command 
Adjutant 
Surgeon 



RENGAL. 



176 



Name and Rani. 




Dale of 
Appt, 



Remarks. 



KOTAH CONTINGENT. 

Artilleky, Cavalry, amd Infantry. 
Station — Rajpootanah. 



Capt. T. James 

J. T. Bush 

Lieut J. B. Dennys 
Assist.Surg. J.M.Hay, M.D. 



218t N.I. 
34rh do 
38th do 



36 Sept.842jCommandant 
20 June 844' 3d in command 
1 Mar. {Adjutant 
10 Aug. I Surgeon 



THE JOUDPORE LEGIOK 



ARTILLERY, CAVALRY, AND INFANTRY. 
Station — ErtHpootah . 



Major D. Downing 
Capt. W. Anderson 
Lieut. J. F. D'E. W. Hall 
Assist. Surg. A. Faton 



3id N.I. 
50th do 
22nd do 



23 Nov. 835 
15 Au^. 843 
15 July 840 
12 May 841 



Commanding 
2nd in command 
Adjutant 
Surgeon 



Uniform, Gtten,^-Facingty Black. — Lace, Black. 



Lieut. C. Hasell 

J. C. Haughton 

F. G. Siainforth 

Assist. Surg. 



SERVICE BATTALION. 
(BuNDLicuND Police.) 
Ifursingpore. 



48th N.I 
54th do 
Oist do 



15 Jan. 844 
8 Mar. 
8 Mar. 



Commandant 
2nd in <:omman(l 
Adjutant 
Surgeon mcd. charge 



177 



BBNOAL. 



MILITARY AND MEDICAL OFFICERS ON CIVIL 

OR POLITICAL EMPLOY. 



Rank and Names. 




Remarks. 



Maj. Gen. F. V. Raper 

Sir G. Pcdlock, g.cb. 

Lieut. Col. A. Spiers 

S. D. Riley 

— — A. F. Richmond) c.b. 
' T. Robinson 

W. N. Forbes 

— »— J. R. Ouseley 

/ 



W. H. Sleeman 



L 



27 Feb. 
20 Sept. 
aO'Sept. 

1 June 
ao Sept. 
13 Feb. 

3 Feb. 
27 June 
16 Mar. 

8 Oct. 



841 
844 
843 
844 

841 
836 
839 
843 
843 



30 Sept. 843 < 



Agent to Gov. (Jen. Moorshedabad 
Member of the Council of India 
Resident at Nagpore 
Persiwi trans, to govt. 
Resident, Xucknow 
Pol. agent, Meywar 
Mint Master 

Agent to Gov. Gen. S.W. frontier 
Commr. Saugor div. 
-Agent to Gov. Gen. Bundlecund 
In charge of the affairs of Scin- 
diah's dominions 



ARTILLERY. 



Major C. G. Dixon 

H. M. Lawrence 

Capt. J. D. Shakespear 

C. E. Mills 



i\ 



SirR.C. Shakespear, Kt. 



Lieut. W. Maxwell 



1 June 835 
1 9 May 843 
1 Pec. 



30 Nov. 840 
IS Jan. 844 
30 Sept. 
14 July 841 



r Superintendent of Ajmere and 

1^ Mhairwarrah 

Resident, Nipaul 

/ 1st Assist, to the resident, Luck- 
X now 

r Assist, to the Gov. Gen.'s agent 
1 N.W. frontier 

J Assist, to Lieut. Col. Sleeman for 
\ affairs of Scindiah's dominions 
f Revenue surv. and dep. collector 
\ of Patna 






ENGINEERS. 



Major J. T. Boileau 

Capt. H. M. Durand 
Lieut. E. J. Brown 
Lieut. J. D. Cunningham 

Regt. 
1 Lieut A. Harris 

3 Capt. H. Marsh 
7 _.- E. I. Robinson 



5 Aug. 840 

20 Sept. 844 
2 Sept. 843 
16 do 



rSupdt. of the Simlah Magnetic 
\ Observatory, N.W. provinces 
Commissioner Tenasserim prov. 
Sec. to the govt, of Scinde 
Asst.toGov.Gen.'sagentN.W. frontier 



CAVALRY. 



6 Dec. 841 
23 Mar. 843 

1 Sept. 842 



Assist, to the resident at Indore 
fAssist. to the supdt. for suppres- 
\ sion of Thuggee 
(Supdt. of the Bhuttee territory 
< and assist, to agent in Rajpoo- 
L tana. 



BENGAL. 



178 



BanJt and Names. 




Remarks. 



1 Major J. Matthie 



EUROPEAN INFANTRY. 



I 1 Apr. 839 I Dep. comr. of Assam (Gowahatty) 



NATIVE INFANTRY. 



2 MajorA. Bogle 
Capt. R. N. Maclean 
Lieut. W. H. Larkins 

a Major D. Downing 
Lieut. A. H. Teman 

4 Capt. D. Wilkie 

Lieut. R. W. Biid 

3 Capt. W. C. Birch 

T. Brodie 

6 Major J. Ludlow 
Capt. G. 0*B. Ottley 

Capt. A. A. Sturt 

7 H. Hudleston 

A. P. Phayre 

— L. G. Gordon 



8 



Lieut. G. W. S. Hicks 



J. G. Stephen 



16 May 
18 Sept. 
13 Feb. 



837 

844 
843 



14 Feb. 844 
25 Apr. 843 



22 Jan. 
19 July 

16 May 

8 Jan. 
28 Sept 

18 Aug. 



844 



838 



837 
844 



840 



19 Feb. 839 



1 July 
11 Feb. 



837 

833 



9 Capt.E.DuP.Townshend 
9 L. P. D. Eld 

Lieut E. T. Dalton 

12 Capt. W. A. Ludlow 

J. R. Abbott 

13 Lieut. W. McCuUoch 



27N0V. 843 



16 Sept. 
26 Oct. 

18 May 841 



3 June 844 



1 May 

12 Oct. 
28 Apr. 



843 



Comr. of Arracan 

Super. Mysore princes. 

Dep. comr., 2nd. class, Saugor dlT. 

In political charge of Serohee 

Dep. comr., 3rd class, Saugor div. 

rin chaige of the districts of Jub- 

< wa and Barwani, under the In- 
L dore residency 

(Assist, under the agent to Gov. Gen. 
S.W. frontier 
) Assist, to the supdt. for suppres- 
\^ sion of Thuggee 
i^ Principal assist, to agent to Gov. 
\ Gen. and comr. N.E. frontier 
Political agent, Jeypore 
Assist, to resident, Nipaul 
Principal assist, to die comr. N.E. 

frontier 
Senior assist, to the comr., Ke- 

maoon (Ghurwal) 
Senior assist, to the comr., Anacan 
Political agent, Munneepore 
fAssist. supdt. tributary Mehals, 
Cuttack, to suppress the prac- 
tice of human sacrifice among 
L the Khunds 
Assist, to supdt. of Aj mere 
Dep. coll. at Sukkur 
rjunior assist, to comr. and Gov. 

< Gen.'s agent, N.E. frontier (Sib- 
L pore) 

rJunior assist, to comr. and Gov. 

< Gen.'s agctfit, N. E. frontier 
L (Luckimpone) 

In chaige of ihe Thuggee and Da- 

coitie dept., Goruckpore 
Senior assist, to comr., Arracan 
Assist, to pol. agent, Munneepore 



{ 
{ 



{ 



179 



BENGAL. 



Bank and Name, 




Remarh. 



Rfgt, 



NATIVE INFANTRY— continued. 



14 Major F. Mackeson, c.b. 

15 Capt. W. Hunter 
— J. T. Gordon 



15 

18 
20 

23 

24 
25 

27 



C. Brown 
J. K. Spence 
R.R.W. Ellis 



H, M. Nation 

— J. C. Haimyngton 

— G. Ramsay 

Lieut. C. Scott 



{ 



28 Capt. P. Nicolson 

29 F. C. Manden 

— S. R. Tickdl 



31 — 

33 Major J. >Maeadain 
Late 34 Capt G.W. Hamilton 

35 Lieut. Col. J. Sheil 

35 Capt. G. T. Marshall 

06 Major F.'H. Sandys 
Lieut. J. D. Ferguflson 

37 Capt. E. R. Lyons 

38 G. E. Hollings 

09 Lieut. R. H. D.Tulloh 

41 CaptF. W. Birch 

43 E. K. Elliott 

44 Lieut. H. R. James 

45 Major D.Williams 

LicuL W. H. Oakcs 



21 Nov. 848 

9 Aug. 841 
15 May 844 

20 April 843 

iMay 
30^ept. 
26 Oct 840 
&4Mar. 43 
13 Nov. 843 

6 Oct 842 

22 Feb. 

9 May 844 

23 Oct. 843 
13 Nov. 
I4lfeb. 

30^t 



47 Major F. Jenkins 

48 Lieut C. Haseli 

49 Capt F. C. Elwall 



4 July 838 

6 Dec. 841 

14Ffcb. 843 

SAvtg. 839 

17 Sept 840 

14 Sept 844 

5 Jan. 836 

1 May 843 

15 Oct 844 
4 Sept 834 

22 Jan. 844 

r 23 & 29 Jan. 
\ 834 

1 May 843 

7 Jan. 839 



Offig. supdt. of the Bhuttee terri- 
tory and assist to agents in Raj- 
pootanah, and in N.W. frontier, 
and at Delhi 

Assist to pol. agent, Meywar 

i Prinoipal assist to Gov. Gen.'s 
\ agent and comi., N.E. frontier 

Dep. comr., 2nd class, Saugor div. 

Dep. comr., 1st class, Saugor div. 

UnderGov.Gen.'s agent, Bundelcund 

} Assist to supdt. for suppression of 
Thuggee 
Dep. comr., Chota, Nagpore 
Assist to resident at Nagpore 
r Principal assist to comr. and agent 
\ to Gov. G«n. N.E. frontier 
/Assist, to Gov. Gen.*s agent, N.W. 
\ frontier 
Dep. comr., 3rd class, Saugor div. 

(l^t class assist to comr. of Chota 
Nagpore. 
Dep. comr., 1st class, Saugor div. 
Dep. comr., 2nd class, Saugor div. 

i Her Majesty's envoy exiraordinary 
to the Court of Persia 
Sec. and examiaer, ooU^e of Fart 
William 
Pol. agent, Mehidpore 
Dep. comr. 2nd class, Saugor div. 
Supdt of Cachar 
uod assist to- resident, Lucknow 
Dep. comr. 3rd class, Saugor div. 
r Supdt. of Calcutta police, and 
\ supdt. of Calcutta salt chokies 
Dep. comr., ist class, Saugor div. 
Dep. coll. Sukkur 
Senior assist, to supdt., Arracan 
1st class assist, under agent to Gov. 
Gen., S.W. frontier. 
TComr. and agent to Gov. Gen. 
/ N.E. frontier 

Dep. comr., ^nd class, Saugor div. 
Assist, to supdt. for suppression of 
Thuggee in Burdwan 



{ 



{ 



BENGAL. 



180 



Rani and Name* 




Riniarks. 



Regt. 

50 Capt. J. Graham 



NATIVE INFANTRY— con/intt/d. 



R, Ouseley 

51 _- D. Ross 

S. A. Abbott 

bi Major F. G. Lister 
Capt. A. Maiddntosh 

R. Morrieson 

53 Lieut. H. RaiBSajr 

54 Capt. H. Vetch 

R. Mathison 



55 



57 



J. Butler 



T. Stmpson 



60 Major W. Riddell 

Capt. C. R. Browne 
6-2 Major W. M. Ramsay> 

Lieut. F. F. 0. Hayefi 

64 Capt. G. P. Thomas 
66 Lieut. W. S. Sherwill 
68 Major C. Thoresby 
70 Lieut. H. Hopkiiison 

7 2 M«^or J. Maason 



72 



Capt. St. G. D. Showers 
J. Sleeman 



2 Dec. 837 
21 Feb. 840 



TAssist. to supdt. for suppression of 
\ Thuggee 

r Principal assist, under agent to 

\ Gov. Gen. S.W. frontier 

1 Mar. 843' Supdt. of the Jhansi territory 

, ^ o * « . o' /Assist to agent to Gov. Gen. N.W. 
16 Sept. 843 <^ frontier 

11 Feb. 835^ Pol. agent, Cossiah Hills 

Supdt. of Jawud Neemuch 

{Assist to Gov. Gen.*s agent in Raj- 
pootanah 
Junior assist, to comr. in Kemaoon 
fPrincipal assist, to Gov. Gen.'s 
\ agent and comr., N.E. frontier 
r Revenue surv. and dep. coll. Mid- 
\ napore 

(Jun. assist, to comr. and Gov. Gen .*» 
agent, N.E. frontier 
(Principal assist, to comr. S.W. 
frontier 
Assist, for suppression of Thuggee * 
Dep. comr., 1st class, Saugor div. 
Dep. comr., 3rd class, Saugor div. 
r Private sec. to agent to Gov. Gen. 
\ in Bundelcund 
Placed at disposal of gov. of Sinde 
Revenue surv. Behar 
Pol. employ, Rajpootanah 
Jun. assist, to comr. of Arracan 
rComr. with Bajee Rao, Bichoor, 
\ near Cawnpore (N.W. div.) 
f Supdt of education of his highness 
\ the Nuwab Nazim of Bengal 
TAssist. to supdt for suppression or 
\ Thuggee 



26 iMxy& 844 

4 Jan. 838 

17 Aug. MO 

11 Oct 838 
20 April 
22 Feb. 842 

9 Feb. 841 

1 April 844 
30 Sept 841 
16 Mar. 843 

4 Jan. 844 

12 Aug. 843 
16 May 842 
16 Sept 843 
It^Oot. 841 

16 Sept 831 
1 Feb. 841 
4 Jan. 838 



181 



BENGAL. 



Name, 



J. Rankin, m.d. 
N. Wallich, m.d. 

J. Morton 
E. T. Downes 

E. W. W. Raleigh 

J. Baker 

J. Corbet 

A. Campbell 

T. A. Wise, M.D. 




Remarks. 



SURGEONS. 



1 Jan. 

15 July 

iFeb. 

8 Oct. 

18 Jan. 



841 
817 

837 
834 

843 



25 Feb. 841 



8 Jan. 840 



6 Jan. 

13 Feb. 

4 July 



836 
840 
844 



Postmaster-gen. N.W. provinces 
rSupdt. Hon. Company's botanical 
\ gardens, Calcutta 
* Professor of bot. med. coll. 

Senior assist, to comr. of Arracan 

Dep. assay master, Bombay Mint 
/Prof, of surgery and clinical sur- 
l gcry» med. coll. 
rSupdt. of Bullooah and Megna 
\ salt chowkies 

1st assist, to opium agent, Behar 

Supdt. of Daijeeling 

Principal of Dacca College 



D. MacNab, m.d. 
J. Jackson 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS. 
2b Dec. 839 
25 Feb. 841 



H. H. Goodeve, m.d. 

W. B. O'Shaughnessy, ii.d. 

W. Jameson 

F. J. Mouat, M.D. 
R. O'Shaughnessy 



do 

1 May 844 
6 Mar. 843 

17 Dec. 841 
iFeb. 837 



rOpium examiner and assist, to 
1 opium agent, Benares 
f Prof, of medicine and clinical me- 
\ dicine, med. coll. 
r Prof, of midwifery and anatomy, 
\ med. coll. 
Chemical examiner to govt. 
/Supdt. govt. bot. gaxdeas, N.W. 
(^ provinces 

fProf. of chemistry and materia 
\ medica, med. coll. 
TDemonstrator to the dissectitig- 
< room, and assist, to clinical lec- 
L turer, med. coll. 



\ 



\ 



BENGAL. 



182 



INVALID ESTABLISHMENT. 



Nameu 



LIEUT. COLS. 

John Gibbs 
Chas. H. Lloyd 
Thomas Chadwick 

MAJORS. 

Francis Rutledge 
William Hough 
J. R. Colnetc 
Charles F. Urquhart 
"Wm. Simonds 
Edmund Herring 
W. E. B. Leadbeater 
Edm. Swetenham 
James Aitchison 

C. W. Cowley 
Fred. Angelo 
Ralph Thorpe 
John A. Scott 
H.W. Farrington 
Bruce Boswell 
J. B. D. Gahan 
Francis Beaty 
T. H. Newhouse 
Wra. M. Tritton 
R. R. Hughes 

CAPTAINS. 

Henry Tanner 
Chas. H. Marley 
J. W. H. Tamer 
John P« Hickman 
I^itrick Gerard 
Chairles J. Crane 
John Knyvett 

D. L. Richardson 
Curwen Gale 
Thomas Roberts 
Chas. H. Cobbe 
John D. Nash 
R. W. Beatson 
Fryer B. Todd 
John V. Forbes 
Chas. Jorden 
Edw. J. Betts 
J. Raithby Rerell 
Frederic Moore 



Date of Rank 



fVken 
Invalidtd, 



35 May 831 

IS Apr. 627 
95 Apr. 838 



iDec. 

10 Jan. 

do 

20 do 

28 June 

do 

do 

30 May 

30 June 

4 Jan. 

26 July 

23 Nov, 

do 

30 Dec. 

1 Jan. 

8 Feb. 

Aug. 

gdo 
22 Nov. 
33 Mar. 



830 
837 



838 



839 
840 
841 



MtnutrttM, 



14 Jnly 821 Com. of Boxar 
21 Dec. 827 Com. Eur. invalids 
31 Dec. 830 Simla 



843 
843 



844 



12 Feb. 80C 

3 May 825 

JO June 820 

3 July 827 
19 Aug. 

1 5 Apr. 828 

4 Jan. 832 
'i5 June 832 

9 Jan. 833 

0May 
12 July 
30 May 834 
39 July 

5 Apr. 835 
sgSept. 

16 Dec. 
10 Jan. 836 

9 June 
29 Sept. 
Q 



31 
1 
8 
23 
1 
21 
23 
30 
SO 
17 
28 
10 
4 
SO 
4 
33 
33 
22 
14 
5 



Dec. sao 

Oct. 840 
Sept. 843 
July 838 
Sept. 841 
July 841 
June 843 
Sept. 840 
Nov. 
Feb. 841 
Sept. 
June 843 
Apr, 844 
Dec. 849 
Oct. 844 
Nov. 843 
do 
do 
Dec. 
July 844 



Chinsurah 

Calcutta 

Presidency 

Meerut 

Presidency 

Lucknow 

Hills N. of Deyrah 

Do 
On furlough 
Mussoorie 
Hills N. of Deyiah 
Subathoo 
Simla 

Do 
Subathoo 

Mecnit 

HiUs N. of Deyrah 



Benares 



18 Feb. 815 
15 Jan. 830 

4 Feb. 8SS 
15 Oct. 838 

Aug. 833 
17 Dec. 

35 Nov. 843 

19 Feb. 833 

20 June 837 
35 Apr. 830 
1 5 Apr. 843 
1 1 Dec. 837 

29 Oct. 838 

20 Jan. 841 
10 Mar. 
23 July 844 
1 July 839 
23 Dec. 840 
10 Sept. 840 



Monghyr 

Fort adj. Buzar 

N.W. Hills 

Allahabad 

N. W. Hillf 

Serampore 

Hills N. of Deyiah 

On furlough 

Cknnar 

Hills N. of Deyrah 

Chunar 

Barrackpore 

On furlough 

Chunar 

Tumlook 

Presidency 
N.W. Hills 
Calcutta 



183 


BENGAL. 




INVALID ESTABLISHMENT— CMt«M«i 


Names. 


DateofRank j^^^ 


Rtmarks^ 


CAPTAINS. 








Rt.G. McGregor 


1 May 837 i^O Apr. 840 


Agra 


Henry Cheece 


1 Mar. 888 15 Mar. 844 


Allahabad 


Thomas Huttoa 


27 Oct. 


24DeC«841 


Musooree 


T. H.G.Besant 


34 Feb. 889 


1 July 844 


Meecat 


Edm. Aug. Munro 


25 July 8d9|2<2 Apr. 840 


Simla 


Ynyr T*amb 


11 Dec. 


15 Sept.843 


Hills N. of Deyrah 


Colin M. Collins 


19 Sept. 840 


5 May 841 


Mussorie 


R.H. Mockler 


15 N07.841 


19 May 843 


Hills N. of Deyrah 


Wm. Carncgy 


22 Oct. 842 


3 Mar. 


On furlou^ 


Robert Walker 


12 June 843 


2 Feb. 844 




LIEUTENAITTS, 








Solomon Earia 


8 June 820 


11 Apr. 828 


pABBidency 


Wm.C.J.Lcwin 


11 May 825 


30 Nov. 883 


Cherra Poonjee 


A. W. W. Fraacr 


13 do 


14 Oct.. 831 


N.W. Hills 


Francis Wallace 


15 N0T«828 


16 Jan.. 834 


Benares 


Osborne Campbell 


24 Jan. 809 


10 Sept. 888 


Landour 


Geo. Pcngree 


1 Oct. 832 13 Nor. 837 


Simla 


Edw.W. Ravenscraft 


29 July 834 5 Feb. 835 


Chunar 


T.H. Hunter 


7MS^ 835 3 Nov. 841 


Hflis N. of Deyiab 


Sam. Chill 


%% Fd>. 842 22 Nov. 843 


Arsenal 


John Cross 


do 




Penang 


Arthur Walker 


31 Mar. 843 


6 Oot. 843 


Cawnpore 


SURGEONS. 








William WooUej 


24. Aug. 811 


1 July 813 


Serampore 


Wm.Edw.Carte, a.b. 


Oct. 833 3 5 Nov. 842 i 


Simla 


Richard Laughton- 


1 Jan. 840 


10 Dec. 840l 


N.W. HUU 



BENGAL. 



184 



INVALID WAEEANT OFFICERS. 



, Bank. Names. 


Dateofkank. 


Remarks. 


DeputyCom 


Thomas Howatson 


7 Aug. 800 


Monghyr 


AssistCom. 


Jasper Bftchman 


34 Jane 835 


Benares 




r-GeoBge Morgan 


IS Dec. 810 


Monghyr 


[ 


Joseph Millard 


10 July 815 


Dinapore 




Ralph Saolt 


6 Jan. sao 


Do 




Peter Blaney 


38 Oct. 833 


Allahabad 


, 


Fred. Mann 


33 Feb* 833 


Dinapore 


1 


John Tresham 


33 Nov. 


Monghyr 




Wm. Swift 


3; May 834 


Benares 


1 


Rich. Lockington 


do 


Monghyr 


1 


Thomas Maxtin 


do 


Do 




Daniel Ross 


do 




Conductors < 


Edward Townsend 


30 May 835 


Calcutta 




John Thompson 


iJnly 


Monghyr 




WilMcm Mumford 


do 


Allahabad 




Stephen Patman 


do 


Chunar 




Wm.Hine 


15 do 


Futtehgurh 




Thomas Fuller 


11 Aug. 837 


Cawnpore 




James Chatterton 


7May 839 






WilUam Hunt 


38 July 833 


Presidency 




Luke Keehm 


1 Jan. 834 






John Ives 


13 June838 


Dinapore 




_Gcorge Patton 1 


17 June 




rJohnTucton 


19 Feb. 796 


Futtehgurh 


p;^;«» «,«« J ^^^^ Stephens 
Riding mas.-^^. J. Da^s 


1 Kov«809 


Nusseerabad 


leDec^i; 


Delhi 




.Martin Furrow | 


33 Sept.835 


Saugor 



Q3 



185 



BENGAL. 



PENSIONERS. 



Mmik 


Nf. 


Names. 


fVhen 
pensioned. 


Remarh, 




"Thomas S. Knox 


1 May 809 


At home 




Henry J. Warner 


1 Sept 81 5 


Bauleah. 


Capcains.. < 


Francis Palmer 


28 Dec. 897 


Calcutta 


Geo. B, P. Field 


15 Apr. 838 


Do 




John T. Savaiy 


20 Mar.830 


Muttra 




.B. W. D. Cooke 


18 Mar. 844 






f W. G. Bcauchamp 


37 May 824 


Monghyr 




Francis Warwick 


2 Feb. 827 


Moradabad 




A. M. Campbell 


10 Mar. 


Chiusurah 




William Bartlett 


30 Apr. 830 


Monghyr 


Lientenants^ 


Bx>bert Crofton 
John Russell 


15 do 831 
13 May 


Calcutta 
Agra 




James V. Law 


30 Aug. 833 


Cawnpore 




Robt. St. John Lucas 


30 Apr. 835 


Monghyr; 




.Arth. Pitt Begbie 


11 Mar. 839 


Deyrah 


Ensigns • . i 


f Christopher Humphreys 
George Durant 


1 Sept.813 


Meerut 


30 Oct. 833 


At home 



CORNETS AND CADETS OF CAVALRY. 



Season 1844. 




W. F. Stephens 


1 Jan. 


H.Lane. 


do 


O. Wilkinson 


37 do 


H. A. L. Ellis 


do 


J. P. Mac Galium 


38 Feb. 


H. Hammersley 


39 do 


G. F. Hotbam 


1 Mar. 


T. G. Farquhar 


1 April 


Hon. C. J. D. Arbuthnott 


29 June 


H. B. Loch 


27 July 


R. W. Clifford 


3 Sept. 


Not Ranked. 




H. Forbes 





BENGAL. 



IM 



ENSIG JS AND CADETS OF INFANTRY. 



Season 1 844. 
A. J. T. £. Oswald so Dec 843 



do 

Jan. 844 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
6 do 



I* • • «• 



J, T. Norgate .♦.. 
A. Le Gallais. •• . . 
J. C. Bonamy .... 
C.R. Wriford .... 
C. L. Brown • • . • . . 

W. E.CahiU 

A. D. Warden .... 

W. H. Phillipa 

T. De Momet .... 

R. Chauncy 10 do 

£. J. Spilsbury .... do 

A. Barker 27 do 

A. Crawford « 
A. Elderton 
R. Pack..., 
T. Staples . . 

H. A. Taylor 3 Feb. 

T.Hills do 

H. A. Combe . • • • do 

J. Lamb do 

F. P. Bailey 9 do 

J. D. Ogstoa 26 do 

J. R. Auldjo 38 do 

R. Davidson 29 do 

R. H. Shebbeare . . do 
L. M. De Teissier. . do 

H. Bowles do 

H. W. Norman, ... i Mar. 
W.Anderson •••. 15 do 
T. T. M. Matheson 18 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Season i844. 
H. L. Campbell ..21 April 844 
G, y. Baldenton . . do 
E. Leeds 7 June 



A. Basilico 



do 



E. H3mdman .... 

J. Graydon 

JL J.Mallock .... 
R. Thompson .... 

F. J. S. Bagshaw . . 
T.W.Holland.... 

G. R. Roberts . . • « 
C. C. Johnson .... 
C. W. Nightingale 

G.H.Tod 

A. Irvine ,. • 

H.N.Davies ..«. 

A. G. Fraser. 

J. H. Speke 

B. D, Gnuit •'••••• 
R. C. Whiting .... 

F. R. Pollock .... 

A.MacNeill 

W.Tdlan 11 do 

R. E. G. Smith., .r 23 do 
R. W. T. Russell . . 25 do 

G. Sinclair do 

N. W, Trenchard . . 8 July 

F. A. Gaskoin .... 10 do 

C. J. Butler 27 do 

H. Hayley do 

H. N. Hodgson. ... do 

G. SneU» 3 Aug. 

G.Wdd 27 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
6 do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



B. Soady 1 April 

Not Ranked. 



T. Pierce 
J. A Dorin 
J. Richards 
F. J. Ellis 

E. P. Lloyd 

F. C. Innes 
H. F. Gardner 

D. Pratt 

E. Ncmbhard 
J.Wardlaw 

D. H. Hendenon 
J.P.Carigc 
P. H. Jackson 

F. E. Laing 



M. J. Brander 
T. M. Sutton 
S. E. Plumb 

C. B. Gundry 
T. H. L. Bland 
O. Greene 

A. Ellis 
W.H. Lame 

D, K. Presgrave 
W. G. Hanuteon 
R, B. Irwin 

S. W. Lindg^ 

H. Stokes 

F. J. Stephenson 

as 



S. D. White 

C. H. Barchard 
A. Cumine 

J. A.Tyder 
H. R. Wroughton 
G. R. Smith 
R. T. H. Barber 
J. F. Stafford 
S. Blaek 
Ei Brown 

D. J. Macleod 

R. R. Cumdserland 
G. A.Cuyler 
C. H. Hall 



187 



BENGAL. 



fi/iaual ^i^ua^Ui^^nmiU 



MEDICAL BOARD. 



Names, 



John Marshall 
Henry Hough 
William Panton 
James Hutchinson 



Date of 
j4ppt. 



1 Mar. 843 
23 July 
16 Feb. 844 
30 July 830 



BemarkM. 



Physician general 
Suigeon general 
Inspector general of hospitals 
Secretary 



SUPERINTENDING SURGEONS (lo). 




Names. 


Date of 
AppU 


RemarU. 




James Mellis, m.d. 


1 
1 3 July 83 7 1 Neemuch 




James Atkinson 


9 Dec. 840 Meerut 




George Lambe 


31 Jan. 844 Dacca 




Wm. S. Stiven 


11 Jan. 842 


Agra 




Jas. Thomson 


31 Dec. 842 


Sirhind 




Robt Brown 


1 Jan. 843 


Dinapore 




Geo. G. Spilsbury 


31 Jan. 844 


Saugor 




C. Renny 


1 Mar. 843 


Cawnpore 




J. B. .Clapperton 


23 July 


Barrackpore 




Wm. Watson 


6 Mar. 644 


Benares. 





SURGEONS (120). 






Names, 



I804>fohn Marshall 
.. Henry Hough 
William Panton 

1805 Junes MelliSy* 

Simon Nicolson 

... James Atkinson 

1807 George Lambe 



Date, Rank. 



3a Mar.818 
2 b May 
38 June 
25 Nov. 

8 Jan. 820 
14 July 

1 July 833 

•M.D. 



Remarks, 



Physician general 
Surgeon general 
Inspector gen. of hospitals 
Super, suig. Neemuch 
Pres. surg. and surg. Nat. 
Super .suig. Meerut [Hosp. 
Do do Dacca 







BENGAL. 


188 


SURGEONS— eontinueif. 




Names. 


Date. Rank. 


Remarks. 


. 1807 Wm. Sutherl. Stiven 


11 July 823 


Super, surg. Agra 


3809 


James Rankin/ 


do 


Post-mastgen. N.W.Pror. 


James Thomson 


37 Sept. ^ 


Sup. Surg. Sirhind, China 


1810 


Robert Brown 


do 


Do do Dinapore 


— 


Geo. Green SpUsbury 


do 


Do do Saugor 


1811 


Charles Renny 


35 NOV.834 


Do do Cawnpore 




Jas.BuncleClapperton 


Jan. 835 


Do do Barrackpore 


1813 


William Watson 


17 Apr. 


Do do Benares 


— 


William Jackson 


14 July 


8th Lt. Cav. 


— 


William Darby 


95 Mar. 830 


1st do 


1813 


Frederick Ck)rbyn 


5 May 


Garr. surg. Presidency 


— 


Nath. Wallich,* 


do 


Super. Botanical Garden 


1814 


Alex. Garden,* 


do 


Presidency surgeon 


1815 


B. W. Macleod,* 


do 


3d Lt. Cav 


' — 


George Angus 


10 June 


Garr. surg. Allahabad 


— 


John Row 


33 do 


7th batt. Art. 


1816 


Andrew Wood 


14 Apr. 837 


0th do 


— 


Chas. Simons Curling 


13 July 


3 3d Nat. Inf. 


— 


Chas.Bransby Francis 


do 


47th do 


— 


John Grant 


17 Aug. 


On furlough 


— 


Andrew Ross 


13 Aug.838 


Civil Station, Delhi 


1817 


Thos. Brown Barker 


4 June 839 


60th Nat. Inf. 


William Cameron 


10 Sept. 


Apothecary to Company 


1818 


James Hutchinson 


18 Nov. 


Pres.surg. and Sec. to Med. 


— 


W. Montgomerie 


9 Dec. 


On furlough [Bd. 


1819 


Hugh Guthrie* 


15 Aug. 830 


30th Nat. Inf. 


— 


James Graham* 


11 Sept. 


3d Brig. Horse Art. 




John Forsyth 


18 Nov. 


Pres. Surg. 




J as. Johnstone* 


31 Jan. 831 


Garr. Chunar 


— 


James Morton 


7 May 


Sen. asst. com. of Arnican 


_- 


Matthew Nisbet* 


14 June 


Garr. Surg, and med. store- 


— 


Alex. Davidson* 


13 July 


1 oth Lt. Cav. [keeper, Agra 


— 


John Syme Toke 


37 Nov. 


On furlough 


— 


T. Erskine Dempster 


t 3 Mar. 833 


1st brig. Horse Art. 


— 


R. M. M. Thomson 


33 Apr. 


Marine surgeon 


1830 


William Mitchelson 


37 Dec. 


nth Nat. Inf. 


— . 


Chas.Mackinnon 


9 JuneSSS 


33d Nat. Inf. 


— 


John Dalrymple 


30 July 


9th Lt. Cav. 


— 


Donald Butter* 


38 Aug. 


Civil, Benares 


^ 


Jas. Barker 


9 Feb. 834 


5th Lt. Cav. 


— - 


Gavin Tumbull 


34 Apr. 


Oth do 


1831 


Hezekiah Qark 


1 Sept.835 


3d batt. Art. 


— 


John Davidson 


5 do 


On furlough 


^^" 


Charles Mottley 


3 Oct. 


Civil Hoshungabad 



M.D. 



18* 



BENGAL. 



SURGEONS-^tfStiiMmL 




1821 Ed. J. Yeatman* 
—> James Innes* 

— Jas. F. Steuait* 

1822 Wm. Stevenson (1st) 
- — John Greig 

— ias. Wm. Giant 

— Richard Shaw 

— Augustus Wm. Steart 

— Chas. Chand. Egerton 
1820 John Menzies 

— Benjamin Wilson 

— John Smyth* 

— William Thomscm 

— jJohn Heniy Palsgiave 

— Henry Taylor 

— James Taylor 

— George Cratgie* 
1824 Alex. Chalmers* 

John O'Dwycr 

_ G.G.Brown* 

Duncan Stewart* 

^ Hub. Mad. TwoddelU 

John Magrath 

.. I Robert M*Intosh 
1825, Joseph Worrall* 

'Alexander Smith 

Edmund Tritton 

JohnBowron 

._ Ezra Thos. Downes 
_ Cuthbert Finch* 
,^ J ohn Thos. Pearson 
..^ Colin J. Macdonald 
__ Charles Llewellyn 

Wm. Christie Laing 

„^ Frederick FumeU 
,.. Henry Chapman 

— James Morice* 
_ Edw. W. W. Raleigh 
._ Alex. C. Duncan* 
_ W. L. M'Gregor* 

Hugh MacleaA 

. Adam Murray* 

T. Barnard Hart* a. d. 

_ William DoUard 



13 Mar. 830 
19 do 

8 July 

1 Feb. 837 
21 Mar. 

3 May 
13 July 

30 July 
1 Ai^. 

do 

31 Dec 

1 Mar.838 

2 Apr. 
5 do 
1 May 

^3 July 

4 Sept. 
10 Nov. 

1 Jan. 839 

29 do 

Mar. 
16 Apr. 

12 Aug. 
10 Dec. 
21 do 

3 Oct. 840 
33 Nov. 
10 Dec. 

1 Jan. 841 
do 

1 Feb. 

10 do 
1 Aug. 

4 do 

11 Oct. 
do 

21 do 

30 Nov. 

31 Dec. 

13 Jan. 842 

14 do 
1 Feb. 

30 May 

15 Nov. 

• M.D. 



On furlough 
5th batt. Art. 
63th Nat. Inf. 
29th do 
3och do 
Cawnpore 
Civile Agra 
73d Nat. Inf. 
Sup^ of Eye Infirxxutfy 
4 th Lt. Cav. 
6th Nat. Int 

Nizam's service 
On furlough 
33d Nat. Inf. 
Civil Dacca 
2d brig. Horse Art. 
1st batt. Art. 

7 th Lt.Cav. 

4th batt. Art. 
Pres. Surgeon 
5i8tNat. Inf. 
07th do 
48th do 
On furlough 
Hidgelee 
71st Nat. Inf. 
18th do 

Dep. assay master Bombay 
Pres. Surgeon 
Surgeon to Govecnor-Gen^ 

4th Nat. Inf. 
On furlough 
Nizam's Service 
17th Nat. Inf. 
Pres. Surgeon 
2d Eur. reg. 

Professor Surg. Med.College 
02nd Nat. Inf. 
1st Eur. reg. 
45th Nat. Inf. 
33rd do 
14th do 

7th do 



BENGAL. 



190 



SURGEONS— conniiue<2. 



Co ^ 


Name»^ 


Date. Rank. 


Remarks, 


1825 


Donald Alex. Macleod 


4 Dec 843 


58th Nat Inf. 




— 


Jas M. Bnuidei* 


31 do 


68th do 




— 


Arch. Camp. Gordon 


1 Jan. 843 


60th do 




— 


John Vaux Lcese 


do 


74th do 




— 


John Ransford 


12 do 








Alexander Beattie 


1 Feb. 


37th do 




— 


T. Currey Elliott 


9 do 


2d batt. Art. 




— — 


William Spencer 


16 do 


38th Nat. Inf. 




— - 


Thos. William Burt* 


28 do 


8 th do 






Ken.Macktnnon^ 


1 Mar. 


1st do 




1S26 


James Stokes* 


do 


30th do 




— 


James Barber 


18 Apr. 


40th do 




— 


David GuUan 


33 July 








Andrew Wilson 


35 Sept. 


12th Nat. Inf. 




-— 


John Baker 


17 Oct. 


Civil employ 






David Woodburn* 


16 Dec. 


46th Nat. Inf. 




— 


James Corbet 


13 Jan. 844 


Civil employ 




— 


Arch. Campbell* 


16 do 


Do 




~-. 


Matthew Lovell 


33 do 


7 2d Nat. Inf. 




^ 


Frederick Fleming 


31 do 


On furlough 




— 


A. Vans Dunlop* 


31 do 


52d Nat. Inf. 




-— 


Thos^ex.Wise* 


3 Feb. 


Principal of Dacca 


College 


— 


Wm. Gordon* 


16 do 


5ad Nat. Inf. ^ 




1837 


Samuel Holmes 


38May 


5och do 


« 


— 


John Inglis* 


19Sept. 







1808 
1S14 
1816 
1837 



John Lambt 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS (330). 

36 July 800 Civilt Malda 
Fran. PembleStrongt|33 Sept.8l5 Do 24 Pergunnahs, &c« 

do 810 Do WestBurdwan 
Feb. 828 2d brig. Horse Art. 
56th N. Inf. 
On furlough 



80 
32 
23 



Geo. NicholasCheekf 
Mathew Grierson 
Andrew Walker 
Geo. J.Berwick* 
ArchibaldColquhoun 26 
John Burnie Dickson 
James Steel* ii 

Robt. B.Cumberland lO 
James M<Rae lo 

Christopher Garbett i23 
Henry Sill 10 

Charles Griffiths 18 
John Macrae 27 

Wm.Binny Webster ii9 

• M .D, 



do 

do 
Mar. 

do 
Apr. 

do 
May 

do 
June 

do 

do 
July 



Do 

Nusseree batt. 
Civil S. div. Cutuck 
3d brig. Horse Art. 
jNagpore 

ICivilJubbulpoor 
Civil, Mongbyr 
Bhaugulpore hill rangers 



f Given up promotion. 



191 




BENGAL 


• 


ASSISTANT SUnGEOSS—etntinuedj 




Namet. 


DaU. Rank, 


Remarks* 


182 7 1 Samuel Davies | 8 Aug. 828 


Civil, Patna 


— 


Chas. Wray Fuller jia Sept. 


Do Kishenaghur 


— 


J as. Davenport* 


do 


Sylhet Lt. Inf. 


1828'Sam.Lightfoot 


4 Dec 


On furlough 


— Rob. H.Irvine* 


15 Jan. 829 


2 1st Nat. Inf. 


— A. Arch. M'Anally 


20 do 


Hissar estab. 


— jJ. Fergusson Bacon 


28 Mar. 


Civil, Moradabad 


— .PaulF.H. Baddcley 


do 


On furlough 


— 


J as. Duncan* 


oMay 


Civil, Chittagong 


-— 


Wm. Steph. Dicken 


17 June 


Civil, Balasore 


._ 


James Bruce 


9 July 


Indore 


— 


Andrew ^L Stuart 


29 Aug. 


5th Nat. Inf. 


i829lMalc. McNeill Rind 


10 Oct. 


Mehidpore andMalw^a cont. 


— JohnHalkett Serrell 


do 


4 2d Nat. Inf. 




Mark Richardson 


3 Jan. 830 


2d Irregular Cav. 


— 


Coll. Macintyre 


5 Feb. 


Civil, Furreedpore 


— 


David MacNab* 


do 


Do Ghazeepore and civil 


..^ 


John Hope 


do 


Gwalior contin. [employ 


— Henry J. Thornton 


do 


Civil, Sylhet 


-^ John B. Macdonald 


27 do 


16th Nat. Inf. 


-> Camp. Mackinnon 


30 Mar. 


Mussoorie 


-^ Hugh Faloonei* A.M.* 


7 Apr. 


On furlough 


— John M'Clelland 


do 


Dep. apothecary 


— . 


Thomas Oxlcy 


30 do 


Singapore 


— 


Chas. B. Handyside 


12 May 


8d Irregular Cav. 


— 


Wm. Abbott Green 


June 


Civil, Midnapore 


— - 


John Jackson 


22 do 


Presy. Gen. Hosp. and civ. 


— Alex. M. M, Minto 


20 July 


Civil, Cuttack: [employ 


— jSam. Winbolt 


24 do 


Sappers and Miners 


— ;H. Alcx.Bracc* 


17 Aug. 


Sirmoor batt. 


— iAdam Kch* 


30 Aug. 


24th Nat. Inf. 


1830 


lliomw Stott 


32 J&n.«31 


On furlough 


— 


John M<Co8h 


2 Feb. 


3 1st Nat. Inf. 


— 


F. C. Henderson* 


10 do 


4th Irregular Cav. 


— 


James Esdaile 


do 


Civil, Hooghly 


— 


H.H.Goodere* 


10 Apr. 


Professor New Med. College 


— I Richard Phillipson 


7 May 


Asst. Gtur. Surg. Buxar 


— Charles Madden 


15 do 


Civil, Meerut 


— Geo.C. lUnkin 


1 June 


t [wa Bheel corps 


— 


Alexander Reid 


10 do 


Garr. Surg. Delhi and Mal- 


-. 


Arch. Kean* 


30 Oct. 


Civil, Moorshedabad 


— 


Thos. Smith* 


33 do 


55th Nat. Inf. 


1831 


Ebenezer Mitchell 


8 Feb. 632 


Civil, Pubna 


_^ 


Sam.Moody Griffith 


12 do 


Darjeeling 



* M.D. f Assist, to Pres. Gen. Hosp. and Calcutu Nat. Mil. 



BENGAL. 



192 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS— eo«<tiwrcd. 




1891 



1833 



1833 
1834 



1835 



1830 



183; 



1838 



JohnS. Login* 
Thomas Russell 
Richard J. Brassej 
John Murray* 
James G. Vos* 
John Wilkic* 
Jas. Anderson* 
Francis Thompson 
John C. Smith 
Charles M<Curdy 
Robert Christie 
W. B. (yShavghnesey* 
C. Jas. Davidson 
Wm. Dunbar* 
K. Macalister Scott 
Thomas Leckie 
Thos.Christ. Hunter 
J. Stewart Sutherland 
George Paton* 
Harman Read Bond 
Allan Webb 
William Brydon 
R. White Wrightson 
RobertMarahall* 
John Wood 
Stanlake H. Batson 
Alexander Gibbon 
J, Campbell Brown 
John Balfour 
Wm. James Loch 
Jas. Anderson Staig 
Fras. Anderson* 
James Macansh 
Edward Foaker 
A CushnieMonieson 
T.W.Wilson 
George Rae 
Rich. Charles Guise 
Manby Nightingale 
GeoSchuglerCardew 
John Arnote* 
EUiotVoyleDaTiesi* 
Jas. Alex. Dunbar * 
aich.Wm. Faithfiill 
Edmund Boult 



5 Mar. 632 
23 Apr. 

9 June 

Aug. 

18 Sept. 

20 Feb. 833 
1 8 Apr. 

do 
do 
May 
27 June 

8 Aug. 

23 Nov. 

14 Jan. 884 
25 Apr. 

do 

24 July 
10 Nov. 

21 Jan. 835 
24 Feb. 
20 Mar. 

9 July 
33 Aug. 

6 Feb. 836 
8 Mar. 

33 Apr. 

1 5 June 
5 July 

18 Dec. 
8 Jan. 837 

10 do 
15 Jan. 
24 Feb. 

do 

7 Mar. 
T4 do 

do 

14 do 

15 do 

8 Aug. 
33 do 
27 do 
13 Dec. 
to Feb. 838 

11 do 



Civil, Lucknow 
On fVirlough 
Civil, Chuprah 
1st brig. Horse Arc. 
Assist. Marine Surg. 
Civil, Dinagepore 
Civil, Jessore 
Civil, Juanpore 
On furlough 
19th Nat. Inf. 
Katmandhoo 
Civil employ 
Civil, Baitool 
5th Irregular Cav. 
Civil, Gowahatty 

Do Bhaugulporc 

Do Futtehgurb 
On furlough 
Civil, Allyghur 
On furlough [William 

1 St Asst . Garr. Surg. Fort 
Bhopal contingent 

SSrd Nat. Inf. 
Civil, Allahabad 
Civil, Goruckpore 
dOth Nat. Inf. 
Hyderabad 
Simla 

Civil, Bareilly 
1st Irregular Cav. 
2d brig. Horse art. 
Civil, East Burdwan 
Civil, Tipperah 
13th Nat. Inf. 
Gvil, Rajeshye 
0th batL art. 
73rd Nkt. InC 
8tfa Irreg. Cav. 
Neemuch 
Upper Assam 

Civil, Azimghur 
9th irreg. cav. 
On furlough 



•M.D. 



198 




BENGAL. 






ASSISTANT SURGEONS— cmMmud 


• 


a ^ Names, 


Date. Rank. 


Remarks, 




1838 


William Veal 


1 Mar. 838 


Kemaooc loc. batt 




— 


Henry H. Bowling 


do 


Civil, Tirhoot 




— 


Andrew Paton 


do 


Joudpore legion 




-» 


Alex. Greig* 


10 do 


2nd Gude Local Inf. 




— 


Thos. Murray* 


6 May 


Civil, Beerbhoom 




— . 


Geo. Chas. Wallich 


!27 do 


59th Nat, Inf. 






G. Macart. Cheyne 


do 


Assist. Gar. Surg. Chunar 




._ 


T.Allman Wethercd 


do 


Civil, Shahjchanpore 




— 


T. Rogers Strover 


do- 


Mundlaisir 




— 


James Alex. Guise 


30 do 


Civil, Mynpoorie 




— 


William Shillito 


7 July 


44th Nat. Inf. 




— . 


M . A. Biscoe Gerrard 


19 do 


Civil, Futtehpore 




._ 


John Macintire 


<20 do 


Olst Nat. Inf. 




^_ 


William Jameson 


30 Aug. 


Botanical Gardens N. W.Prov. 




1839 


Chas. G. Andrews 


15 Sept. 


Civil, Ramree 




— . 


K. W. Kirk* 


2 Oct. 


Bundlecund Legion 




— 


Nathaniel Collyer 


1 Nov. 


Mhairwarrah local batt. 






C. M. Henderson* 


do 


On furlough 




— 


W. S. Comberbach 


22 Dec. 


6th Irr. Cav. 




— 


Henry Irwin 


13 Jan. 839 On furlough 




— - 


Henry Ben. Hinton 


14 do 


Gwalior contingent 






A. C. Macrae* 


24 do 


Ramghur Lt. Inf. batt. 




_ 


Duncan McRae 


do 


1st brig. Horse Arr. 




_ 


William Pitt 


do 


Civil, Rungpore 




_ 


Edward Edlin* 


do 


and brig. Horse Art. 






Robert B. Kinsey 


17 Feb. 


Civil Pumeah 




— 


George Turner 


24 do 


Civil, Mirzapore 




— 


Edward Hare 


do 


7 th Irregular Cav. 




— 


William Mat tin 


9 Mar. 


67th Nat. Inf. 




— . 


William Pringle* 


20 do 


Gwalior Cont. 




— — 


Henry Walker 


5 May 


Gov. Gen. body-guard 






W. H B.Ross 


13 July 


With 1st Batt. Art. 






George Harper 


23 July 


64 th Nat. Inf. 




— 


Geo. Smyth Mann 


22 Aug. 


28th do. 




— iThcodorc Cantor* 


12 Sep. 


Straits 




1840T. C. Hutchinson 


16 Oct. 


Civil Shababad 




_ 


William Shurlock 


do 


Assam Lt. Inf. 




— 


£dward Campbell 


14 Nov. 


2d Nat. Inf. 




— |John Macpherson 


4 Dec. 


Civil Kowrah 




— Gurney Turner 


18 do 








Alex.Wm. Crozier 


19 do 


Gwalior Cont. 




~> 


Thomas Thomson* 


21 do 


27th Nat. Inf. 






Juxon H. Jones 


3 Jan. 840 


Hurrianah Lt Inf. 




.— 


James Henry Butler 


do 


Civil, Seharunpore 




-— 


Fred. J. Mouat* 


do 


Civil employ 




— 


Joseph H. Freeman 


do 


With 25tli Nat. Inf. 





•M.D. 



BENGAL. 



194 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS— canMntterf. 






Namt9» 



im> 



1841 



1840 Alfred H. Cheek 
William R. Gerrard 
Geo. T. C. Fogarty 
Anthony Beale 
Chas. A. Elder ton 
J. P. Brougham* 
John Naismith* 
John R. Comon* 
J. G. D. Denham* 
Warrick W. Wells 
George Grant 
John Bowhill 
T. Saumarez Lacy 
Charles Douglas* 
R. Herbert L. Bird 
Geo. F. Thomson* 
Joseph Jowett 
Alexander Grant 
Ch.BonnerChalmers 
John Campbell 
Wm. Amy 8 Rolfe 
William Keates 
Richard Whittall 
Herbert Diaper 
Hen. Wm. Rumlcy 
Geo. Bebb Seely 
John Hilliard 
Archibald White* 
John Sutherland 
Geo. Edw. Morton 
Edw. Goodeve, M.B. 
Charles Forbes 
Hen. Nich. Nugent 
Edw. B. Thring 
W. C. B. Eaiwell* 
John Macrae* (2d) 
C. L. Cox 
W. R. Boyes* 
H. B. Crommelin 
W. G. Goodridge 
R. O'Shaaghnessy 
D.J.O'Callaghan 
R. H. Oakley 
C. Harland 



1843 



DaU. Rank, 

d Jan. 840 
36 do 
8 Feb. 
do 

24 do 

8 Mar. 

13 do 
31 do 

14 Apr. 

10 May 
4 June 

do 

iJuly 

4 do 

31 do 

19 Aug. 

20 Oct. 

11 Nov. 
4Dec. 

23 Dec. 
do 

25 do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

8 Jan. 841 

30 do 
4 Feb. 

37 do 

8 Mar. 

do 

31 Apr. 
34 do 
11 June 
13 do 
27 July 

1 Aug. 
30 do 
11 Sept. 
4 Dec. 
8 Jan. 842 
do 
do 



Remarks* 



Gwalior Cont. 

Civil Mymensing 

70th Nat. Inf. 

54 th do 

Kelat i Ghilzie Reg. 

Hazareebaugh 

Oude local inf. 

3d brig. Horse Art. 

Civil, Behar 

74th Nat. Inf. 

5th Batt Art. 

Civil Ajmere 

3 5th Nat. Inf. 

3rd Lt. Cav. 

CIahI, Boolondshehur 

On Service Eastward 

Do 
Civil, Chyebassa in Sing- 
4th Nat. Inf. ),bhoom 
With Sylhct Lt. Inf. 

30th Nat. Inf. 
3d brig. Horse Art. 
2d batt. Art. 
Sirhind div. 
Saugor 
63d'Nat. Inf. 
Civil, Hameerpore 
67th Nat. Inf. 
Civil Cawnpore 

On furlough 

Sukkur 

With Forces Eastward 



H.M.'s 3pth Reff. 
Civil Gowalparrali 
With Forces Eastward 

Do 
Medical College 
Pubna 

dgth Nat. Inf. 
MeyvTar Bheel Corps 



•M.D, 
R 



195 



BENGAL. 



ASSISTANT SURGBONS— coni«mie<<. 




^842 



1843 



T. L. Hintoxi 
G. Lacon*^ 
C. Archer* 
J. R. Withccorabc* 
H. W. Tytler 
S. A. Homan 
Jas. Harrison* 
J. H. Littler* 
J. N. D. Login* 
A.W. R. Ncwenham 
John Price Kelly 
O. Mauger, M. B. 
Charles Hotton* 
Geo. Saunders 
Tho. G.Heathcote 
James Grant 
Peter G. Lay 
Thomas Hastings 
Wm.Crozier 
H. M. Macpheron 
Wm. Craddock 
J. B. Harrison* 
Jas. Miller* 
W. R. Gleanie* 
Adam Bell* 
F. M. Clifford 
Aloys Sprenger* 
Joseph Rose 
John M. Hay* 
John F. Beatson 
C. Hathaway* 
H. N. Elton 
W.M. Howdcn 
S. Maltby 



30 Jan. 843 

3 Feb. 
-10 do 

15 do 
33 do 

3 Mar. 
5 April 

17 Apr. 
OMay 

11 do 

8 June 
24 do 
96 July 

38 do 

12 Aug. 

9 Sept. 

do 
do 

18 do 
do 

30 Jan. 843 

1 Feb. 
14 do 
20 do 

1 Mar. 

4 Apr. 

13 May 
35 do 
29 do 

16 June 843 
10 Aug. 

9 Sept. 
9 do 
81 Oct. 



With 1st Eur. Reg. 

9th Nat. Inf. 

With Arracan local Bitt. 

61 9t Nat. Inf. 

2d Eur. Regt. 

Sirhind 

Owalior Gont. 

Sirhind 

With dets. at TtiKiregvrh 

Civil, Maunbheom 

Civil, Seonee 

loth Nat Inf. 

With H.M.*s «2nd R*gt. 

Civil, Akyab 

H.M. dd Lt. Drags. 

Sukkur 

Backergonge 

With 1st batt. Art. 

Gwalior Com. 

4 1st Nat. Inf. 

ilth do 

Khytul 

With Bishop of Calci/tta 

Bundlecund Legion 

H.M.'s loth Regi. 

Bundlecund Legion 

Kotah Contingent 

15th Nat. Inf. 

General Hoipital 

Dum Dum 

With 35th Nat. Inf. 

Sukkur 



SUPERNUMERARIES. 



1843 



1844 



Henry Cape 
Chas. F. Warneford* 
John W. Fletcher 
C. R. Francis, m .b. 



80 Dec. 
do 
1 Jan. 844 
16 do 



With 61 St Nat. Inf, 
Dum Dum 
Sukkur 
Cawnpore 



M.D. 



BSNG^L* 



196 



ASSISTANT SUR6£ONS*..coi»foVit<e4i. 







Date, RankA 



Remarks, 



SUPERNUMERARIES— conttnifed. 



i«A4JJ. C« Gnham* 
— « J. S. Monriflton* 

— John Young 

— Alexander Sknpson^ 

— George Cole 
mm Thomas Mawe 

— H. B. Buckle 

— J. A. Nisbet* 
— i-^ J^. R. Bedtofd' 
— - J. S.C. Symcms 
— - Jas. AUan 

— 6eo. Banister 

-* F«ncis TumbuU* 
•— 'M^HEwellJohiMtoa 

— Hartw^ll S. Qamer 

— Wm. F. Mactier* 
-«. Alex. Ross 

— . F. Douglas* 



16 Jan, 844 

27 do 

4Feb« 
aft do 
<29 do 

4 Mar. 
1.8^ do 

3 Apr. 
31 do 
35 May 

3 July 



Sirhiad.div. 



Dum Dum 
Skhuid div. 
General Hospital 

Do 
Siifaind div. 



^Not Ranlfxd 



■••i"^ 



VETEEINAILY SVRQ£ONS. 



Chaides Turner 
RobienQ. Pvry 
James Harris 

Jk>aep]iL Ford 
liaac Bicknell 
JUwepJi Hougjbi 
ISLeify Chas. HuUe 
Dan. Cullimore 
John Philips 
Phi% B. Fox Guxn 
Bichwd. Willis 
Wnou P. Barrett 
Wm. M*Dermott 
JohnHocy 
An;li< C. WilliaiD3 
Jolln Siddall 
Wn. W. Barth 



10 
10 

8, 
in 

10 
3d 

13 



Mav..8a7, 
Apr- 
Jagix. 838 

do 

do 
May 
Aug. 

do 
Sept. 



gt)iJLt.CaT. 
Cent^Sciid 
6th Lc Cay. 
9rd do. 
ist do. 

7th do. 
lojth do. 

3id biig. Horse ArtsUery 
gtud dfip. N.W. ProT. 

lAt bwg. Horse Artil^iiy 
Stud. dcp. N.W, Pro?. 

3i»d brig. HoxBe Artillery 

8th Lit. Cav. 

4th do 

&th do 



R 2 



197 BENGAL. 

MARINE BOARD. 

Membera, 
W. Blunt> Esq. H. S. Lane, Esq. 

Jas. Sutherland — Secretary, 



Ca(^t. Thos. Eales Rogers 

A. B. ClappertOD 

— J. J. R. Bowman 

SuTvtyoT Shipping 
Capt. £. Onslow, Harbour-master 



Master attendant 
\st Assistant to Master attendant 
2(2 do 

I R.M.M.Thomson, MarineSt^g* 
\ JamcsG^VoSf u,i>,f Assistant do 



PILOT ESTABLISHMENT. 



Names. 



Date of 
Entry. 



Pilots fia). 
Edward Davy Fabian 
John F. Twisden 
Walter Warden 
John Cooper Owen 
Ben. Heritage 
Joseph Sharling 
James Smart 
Edward Hinder 
John D. Cooper 
George Strivens 
Joseph Crook 
John Dyer 

Masters (SO). 
Robert Hand 
Joseph Wells 
Stephen Read 
Thomas Ross 
Arthur Philip Wall 
Edmund Bartlett 
Fred. Broadhead 
John Childs 
Shearman Ransom 
Rich. Wms. Walters* 
John W. Roberts 
George Mozon 
Christ. Blake 
John Bartlett 
Arthur Bedford 
Edward T. Power 
Alfred Harris 
Wm. R. Thorn Stout 
William Jackson* 
James Keymer 
John Hen. Chalke 
John Higgins 
Thomas Scallan 
Thomas Lay Hart 



]June8o6 

] Aug.809 
I8N0V.8II 
10 do 812 

lOct. 814 

27Sept.8i5 
iaDec.810 
7Fcb. 

2 8 Aug. 

3 8 Aug. 
15 Apr. 813 
24Sept.816 




4Dec. 

liJune8l7 
l5Dec. 

4Sept.8i9 

29Aug. 820 

isNov. 

22May82i 

32 do 
3N0V. 

i3June822 

23 do 

17 Aug. 

i2Jan. 823 
9lV1ay 

I80ct. 823 
8June894 
4May 823 
5 do 826 

190ct. 

9June827 
27May 828 
27 do 

9Sept.8dO 

23 Oct. 832! 

•At 



Date of 
Entry. 



J. M. Hamilton 
R. F. Barlow 
Wm. C. F. Rawlins 
C. A. Beaumont 
Chas. Gyles Birch 
F. Edwd. Bond 



Mates (30) 
Thos. Longden 
J. H. B. Newcomb 
Whiston W. Powell 
Wm. N. Cearns 
John P. T. Poner 
J. Richardson 
Elijah Mayer 
Charles T. Harrison 
William Laing 
Thomas Smartt 
John Wm. Edman 
Button J. Filby 
Chas. Harcourt Pierie 
James Cleghorn 
James R. Howell 
Chas. A. Anderson 
Wm. H. Smith 
James Hooper 
George Spence 
Mark Haggard 
Geo. B. Smart 
A. P. Sandeman 
C. W. Warden 
Edward W. Kearney 
Thomas Warden 
William W. Coates 
G. B. Parrott 
Henry Pcrrin 
Alfred Jones 
jjohn North 
home. 



26SepC.834 
25 Feb. 83 5 
24July 
diDec. 
24July 
24 do 

,27 do 

1 5Mar.- 
'lODec. 
'31 do 
I90ct. 

3June8S0 
27 May 

iJuly 
27 July 835 

1 do 83G 
180ct. 

8 do 
i3June887 

9Feb. 836 
i2June837 

4N0V.835 
lOMar.839 
i3June887 
30Apr. 839 
27 May 836 
20Dec.838 

2 7 Apr. 839 

12Aug.837 
l7Sept.838 
17 May 889 
l2May 840 

13NOY.839 
18 June 
l9May 
31 July 841 



PILOT BSTABU8HMENT. 



R SiCOMO UtTE* (19). 



Com. Rogtn 
Henr7 S, lUmain 
G. F. Mcdlej- 
Geo. A. Pennington 
J. Hocs<m 
Charles Bonen 
G. B. Mackay 
Wm. H. Harrison 
'William Henry 
Chat1<a Bint 
William DaTis 
Geo. T. Atkinioa 

JtTNIOB SlCOND M 

IhoiM Richanlxn 
■Wta. Fowler Ford 
Thos. EnkiDC Wright 
ClkJas. McDoracnd 
W, W. laws 
Wm. H. Ficldet 
G. SoQih. Riiiicidsn 
G. Noakes 
Rich, W, Lawi 
J. A. Ralplu 
G. Barllcct Voung 
Joseph H. Newcomb 

VOLUNTZER! 

Jas. G, Poner 
M. J. Bdl 
W.H. Gill 
C. R. L.Balslon 
John G, Randall 
M. M.PtiDfe 
Chas. Layton 
Chas. Jones 
W. J. Etheridge 
Chas. Phillips 
Geo. How«ll 
Wm. Eagle Bcvect 
G. B. Jackson 



MSept. 
3 7 Oct. egg 



aJuly 



16Aug.f 
Sluly 

lONoT. 

aiOct. 

BDcc. 
oFeb.s 
a8Nov.s 



aaJuneG 
OJuly 

sAug. 



C. W. iTans 

I. B. Shaw 
6. Collins 
G. J. Coaler 

r. A. Boyee 
Gtiffilh Geo. Todd 
Thomu Gcmon 
fohoChulcsPriddlc 
J. Culbaroan 
Woi, Hamilton Cox 
G. B. Diven 
"l Robt, Hotson 
Francis Wm, Seate 
Eugene Geo, Cox 
Douglas Saodemin 
E. M. T. Bull 
I Hen. Allen Pellatt 
9| Thos. C. nrane 
> J. P. KlUs 
Ejlward Wenman 
Hen. J. Sneed 
Fran. W. Coi 
]. SAunders 
^iBenJ.K.Revetl 
"■jRob. S. Carter 
j John Lambert 
1 1 Alfred Band 
al Chas. G. Smith 
3 Benj. Benstey 
1 James Fielder 
G<«. Lord 
iHoiace Mayer 
Wm. K. Stone 
Daniel Dyson 



fiDec.B4a 
iFeb." 



6NoT. 

n d» 



F. K. Dunbar 
W.Lloyd 
R. Edwards 
J. R. Locken 



llOcl. 

IjJan. 843 

7Fcb. 



Joseph Obhard 
Edm. D. Browne 
G. A.M'K.Coic 
Rob. C. Bruce 
Sam. Dommelaw 
S. J. B. Haynes 
W. C. Clifford 
H. T, Roebuck 
W. W. Foord 
J.P. B. Le Patourel 
J. M. Harrison 



96 do 
SJan. s< 



do 
eNov. 
9Dec. 843 

I a Mar. 



199 



BENGAL. 



STEAM VESSELS. 
Lieut. J. H. Johnston, R.N., Controller. 



Shipt* Names. 



Diana 

Enterprize 

Ganges 

Irrawaddy > 

Queen 

Tenasserim 

Hooghly 

Experiment 



Iron FesstU, 
Phlegethon .... 

Nemesis 

Proserpine 
Pluto . . . 



• • • • 



W^en and where 
Irttilt. 



Iran Tug Boats, 
Lord Vfm, Bentinck 

Thames • . 

Jumna 

Megna 

IronAccommodaHon 
Baugheruttee .... 

Jellinghee 

Soomiah ....••. 
Matabanga 



CalcuUa 1830 

do 1838 

do 1827 

Laid up without 

engines. 
London 1839 
Moulmeini84i 
Calcutta 1841 



Liverpool 1840 

do do 

London do 

do do 

Calcutta 
do 
do 
do 

Boats. 
Calcutta 

do 

do 

do 



Tormage. 



133 

464 
305 



760 
700 



Horse 
Power, 



130 
80 



230 
220 

33 

00 
120 

90 
100 

60 
60 
60 
60 



Armnment, 



4 guns 
4 do 



2 33*poundcr 
2 32 do 
2 18 do 
1 33 do 



PILOT VESSELS. 



Names, 


Names, 


Names, 


Names, 


Amherst 

Asseerghur 

Beacon 

Cavery 

Coleroon 


Eagle 

Hattrass 

Hope 

Investigator 

Jane 


Khrishna 
Udy William 

Bientinck 
Megna 
Mermaid 


Pilot 
Saugor 
Seahorse 
Torch 



BENGAL. 200 



UakD BevAvtmtnt. 



SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. 

Established 1774. 

1849. . Hon. Sir Lawrence Peel chief justice 

1838. • Hon. Sir John Peter Grant, Knt puisne justice 

1838. . Hon. Sir Henry Wilmot Seton, Knt. do 

Honourable Company's Law Officers. 

1841. , John Edwafdes Lyall .... advocate general 
1840. . Chas. Robert Prinsep. • . • standing counsel 
1836. . Thomas Bruce Swinhoe . • solicitor. 

Officers. 

J. S. Stopford sheriff 

F. C. Sandes deputy sheriff 

W. P. Grant master in equity, account, gen. 

and examiner 

Sir Th. Ed. M. Turton, Bt regist. of the court, ecclesiasti. 

R. O*0owda (Acting) do cal sirle 

E. B. Ryan taxing officer 

H. Holroyd clerk of the crown, prothonotary 

and clerk of the papers 

R. O'Dowda •••• receiver, record-keeper, and 

sworn clerk 

Charles G. Strettell attorney for paupers 

H.Piddiogton coroner 

C. Owen • clerk to Chief Justice 

F. J. Bell clerk to Sir J. P.Grant 

H. Holroyd clerk to Sir H. W. Seton. 

R. Swinhoe clerk to grand jury 

W. C. Blaquiere chief interp. and translator 

S. Hilder •• crier, keeper, and apparitor 



Longveville L.T. CImrke 
Charles Thackeray 
J. F. Leith 
if. F. G. Sandes 
Janes Hume 



Advocates. 
Vf. Theobald ,J. Lang 



W. A. Montriou 
H.Gefiroy 
T. C. Morton 
J. W. Fulton 



C. G. B. Skinner 
M*.Wyllie 
C. Hackett 
W. Ritchie 



^1 



BENGAL. 



Wm. Henry Abbottf 
Chas. G. StrettcU f 
Thos. B. Swinhoe i* 
Nat. Hudson f 
John Templeton f 
Geo. Higgins -f* 
Jonathan Carey f 
Wm.Anlcy f 
Wm. N. Hedgcft 
Robt. Swinhoe 
Wm. Thompson f 
Chas. Trebeck 
Popkin Homfray-f* 
Benj. Waddingtonf 
Philip Pcardf 
Rob. MoUoy 
Thomas Sandes 
Andrew Wight f 



Attomies, 

N. B.E.Bailliet 
J. S. Judge •f' 
W.D.Shawf 
W. H. Duff 
R. Graham 
A. B. Mcintosh 
A. D. Kempt 
W. J. Judge 
R. T. Allan 
W. D, H. Ochme 
' W^a. P» DMnmin* 
R. M. Thomas 
Alex. GxaAt 
W. BedeU 
H. P. Marshallf 
H. C. Meikl(^ohn 
P. J. Pfeul t 



W. H. L. Frith 
Edw. Black 
H. Smelt 
W. F. GiUandcrs 
W. H. Owen 

F. C. Sandes 
J. Franks 
W.T. Dcnroan 
H. Renfpy 

J. G. Waller 
W. G. Campion 
W..H« Burkinyoungf 

G. F. VrifAoh 
G«E. Higgins 
R. Sandes 

W. H. Abbott, jun. 
W, H. Poe 



VICE ADMIBALTY COURT, 

Established in 1808. 
Co/amissar^^ ..»••... The Honble..tbe Chief Jiastice. 

Officers, 

Afgw<er, Sir T. E. 91 . Turtoo, Bt. | MmrshU . • . . J..Klag 

All the advocates and attomies of the ^Supreme Cotirt are also 
advocates and proctors in this court. 



INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT. 

One el tihe Judges presides. 

Pat. O- Hanlon Examiner and Common Asngnee 

E. B. Ryan Chief Clerk 

J. W. Alexander Special Asngnee 



QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE. 

W, H. Smoulf, Clerk of the Peace, 



t PublteNotftTics. 



BENGAL. 802 



COURT OF REQUESTS. 

CommissionifM, 
Chas. Wm. Brietzcke | Baboo Russomgy Dutt 



CUrkf M. McLcod 
Clerky Atmt, M. Uvedale 



Bailiffs, D. McBean, John An- 
drews, Jas. Atkinson, C. 
W. Drew 



POLICE OFFICE. 

Jas. H. Patton Chief Magistrate, 

W. C. Blaquierc Magistrate 3d or South division 

W. A. Montriou Do 1st or North do 

C. K. Robison Do ad or Middtedo 

Capt. F. W. Birch Superintendent of Police 

Conductor J.J. McCann Deputy do 

J. Mazton Police Surgeon 



BANK OF BENGAL. 

DiRECTOas— On the part of Gvoernment,, 
C. Morley | J. A. Dorin | G. Udny 

On the part 1^ the Proprietors, 

G. GiUanders I J. Beckwith | J. Cowie 

D. M. Gordon | C. J. Richards [ J. S. Stopford 

T. Bracken, Sterttaty and TrM<»r«r.— H. I. Lee, Aeeommtant, 



AAA 



BENGAL. 

MERCHANTS, AGENTS, &c. 



Allan, DefFell, and Co. Partners, 

J. Allanand J.]>e&lL 
Bagshaw and Co. Partners, W. 
C. Braddon, and T. C. Cado- 
gan 
Bates, Fidden, and Co. Partners^ 
J. Batts».D.WiUis, M. J. FieU 
dcD, and C. S. Madon 
Birley, Corrie, and Ccu. Partners, 

H. Birley and E. Corrie 
Boyd, Beeby, and Co. PartnMB^ 
G. B. Robinson and J. B. Biss 
Brightman and Co. PsirOieis> 
J. W. H. llbcrry, and W. E. 
Jenkins 
JBruce, Sband, Stewart, and Co«. 
P4rtners,W. Bruce,W. Shand, 
and W. C. Stewart 
Campbell and Co. R. I. R. 
Campbell and I. P. G. Dallas 
Carr, Tagore and Co. I^rtiiers, 
Dwarkanath Tagore, D. M. 
Gordon, H. B. Henderson, 
and D. Tagore 
Church, Lake, Carter, and Co. 
Partners, C. Chufch., J. W. 
Carter and K. W. Lake 
Chapman, Griffiths, Paull, and 
Co. Partners, U,. Chapman, 
E. P. Griffiths, and F. Paull 
Cockerell and Co. Partners, 
W. Martin, A. De H. Larpent, 
C. E. NeweomcB, and John 
Beckwith 
Colville, Gilmore and Co. Part- 
ners, W.Colville, A. Gilmore, 
J. P. McKilligan, W. F. Gil- 
more, and G. M. Robertson 
Colvin, Ainslie, Cowie, and Co. 
Partners, J. Cowie, D. Ainslie, 
H. Cowie, and D. Cowie 
Cracroft, Frazer and Co. Part- 
ners, F. R« Frazer and J. 
Murray 
Crooke, James, and Massey, 
Partners, J. Crooke and G. 
Massey 
Crump, Schom and Co. Part- 
ners, J.Crump and J.C. Schom 
Crooke, Henry and Arthur, and 
Co. Partners, N. Crooke, H. 
Crooke, and A. Crooke 



Currie, J. A. and Co. Partners, 

B. Mackenzie and J. A. Currie 

De Sonza, Thomas, and Co. 

Partners, L. DeSouza, A.De 

Souza, and M. De Souza. 

Dick, George Stuart, and Co. 

Partners, G«. S.Dick 
EgliQtaBi,MH:iare,iuid CcPltft- 
ners, R. Eglinton, H. Ford, C. 
Dearie, and H. McEwen 
Fraser, McDonald, and Co. 
Partners, A. Fraser and D. 
MkCboald 
Gardiner, Thomas Hyde, & Co. 
Partners, H. C. K6mp>and 
A. J. M. Pavidson 
Gillanders, Arbuthnot, and Co. 
Partnersi, Q. C. Arbutfinot, 
G. Gillaodeis,, A.S.GIadatone, 
and M. Gladstone 
Gisbome and Co. Partners, M. 
Gisbome, J . Dougal, G. Dou- 
gal, John Richards, and C J. 
Richards 
Gladstone, Hay, Wyllie, and 
^ Co.. Partoersy Gladstone and 
Co. Liverpool,. A. Hay and J* 
Wyllie 
GlaM and Co. Psmners, A. 6. 

GlasKs and J. Small 
(jroenway, brotheraiy Pdrtn^is, 
C. Greenway, T. Greenway, 
and* J. Thmbul! 
Gunter, Greenaway, and Co. 
I^rtners, W, Greenaway and 
W. J. Heard 
Hamilton and Co. Partners, W. 
Remfry, H. A. Woollaston, 
and G. F. Remfry 
Haworth, W. Hardman, and Co. 
Partners, Wm. Haworth, L. 
Hardmam E. Haworth, and 
A. Turner 
Hay, Meek, and Co. Partnen, 

G. C. Hay and J. P. Meek 
Hickey, Bailey, and Co. Part- 
ner, F. Bailey 
Hdlmes, Faudon, and Co. Rirt- 
ners, A. Holmes. N. Faudon, 
and A. H. Ledlie. 
Holroyd, Terry, and Co. Part- 
ners, T. Holroyd and C. Teny 



BENG^« 



304r 



Hughesdon,brothers,Partners,C. 
Hughcsdon and J. Hughesdon 
Jamieson and Co. Partners, G. I 
Jamieson, J. "F. Edger-, and J. • 
Gifiard 

Jardine, Skinner, and Co. Part- 
ner, D. Jardine 

Jephson and Cow ftffnsn, JE^. 
Stuart and J. Gomes 

Kelsalls and Ghose. Partners, 
T. and S. KelsaIl,B.K. Ghose, 
W. Deane, and J. K. Heion 

Lackersteen, John, and Brothers. 
Partners, J. Xackersteen, C. 
R. Lackersteen,'W.R. La<^er- 
steen, and A. A.Xackersteen 

Lattey, Brothers, snd Co. Part, 
ncrs, R. J. Lattey, A. P. Lat- 
tey, and J.Hayes 

Leach, KetUewell, and Co. Part- 
ners, T. S. Rawson, Thomas 
Leach, and W. W. Kettlewell 

Lhringston, Syers, and Co. Part- 
ners, R. Livingston, D. B. 
Syers, 6. Dearman, and C. 
Andrew 

Lyall, Matheson, and Co. Part- 
ners, C. Lyall, J. Lyall, J. 
Rennie, and R. ^jall 

Macintyre and Co. Partners, J. 
L. Russell, and G. Ashburner 

McKenzie,Lyall,& Co* Partners, 
A. Parker, F. B. Paton, D. 
McCallum, and J. Hamilton 

Mackenzie and Co. Parmer, N. 
Mackenzie 

Mackey and Co. Parmers, A. A. 
Mackey, J.H.'Mackey, and D. 
C. Mackey 

Mackillop, Stewart, and Co. 
Parmers, J. C. Palmer, J. 
Storm, and J. J. Mackenzie 

Btacvicar, Smith, and Co. Part- 
ners, J. Macvicar,D.L. Burn, 
R. Smith, G.Parie,R. Fisher, 
and G. Smith 

Morel, Charles, and Co. Part- 
ners, C. Morel &L.A.Richy 

Nichol, Wilkic, and Co. Paru 
ncrs, W. Nichol, A. Wilkie, 
and H. M. Low 

Oswald & Co. Partners^ G. Os- 
wald, and 0. Oltittr 



Owen, Allhusen, and Co. Part- 
ners, A. S. Owen, W. Allhu- 
sen, and W.S. Kelly 

Pool, Bellhaiis, and Co. Part- 
ners, W.Peel, F. BcUairs, — 
Peel, and J. Stevenson 

Potter and Co. Partners, V. Pot- 
ter, A. P«ter,'0. PottBr, and 
J. Potta' 

Parrier and Co, Partners, £• 
Purrier and C. A. Cantor 

Rustomjee Cowasjee and Co. 

Sawers, and Co. Partners, J. 
J. Sawers and A. S. Sawers 

Schramm andLeBlond. Partners, 
L. Schramm and F. Le Blond 

Shand fMorton) and Co. 

Shearman, MnlHns, and Co. 
Parmers, J. W. Shearman and 
T. H. Mullms 

Smith, Hufihagle, and Balfbur. 
Partners, A. F. Smith, C. 
Hufihagle, and L. Balfour 

Smith, Larmour, and Co. Part- 
ners, S. Smith, 'H. Larmour, 
and D. Dearie 

Smith, Ewing, and Co. Part- 
ners, W. Ewing, jun., J. Aird, 
and A. Smith. 

Stewart and Co. Partners, T. L. 
Thornton and K. Tombs 

Tulloh and Co. Partners, W. H. 
Smoult, W. Patrick, J. W. 
Cliff, R. H. Buckland, and 
A. M. Dowleans 

Thompson, Poole, and Haddon, 
Parmers, A. Thompson, W. 
Poole, and £. G. Haddon 

Turner, Stopford, and Co. Part- 
ners, T. Sands, C. Turner, J, 
S. Stopford, E. L. Ryder 

Walker, Ireland, and Co. Rnt- 
ners, J. A. Walker, J. W. 
Ireland, and J. IDacoSta 

Watson & Co. Parmers, J. Gib- 
boo, G. Gibbon, & W. Watson 

Watson, Borrodaile, and Co. 
Partners, W. P. Watson, 
J. Borrodaile, and O. P. L. 
Watson 

'Willis and Earle. Partners, W» 
Earle and J. Willis 



205 BENGAL. 



BENGAL CIVIL SERVICE ANNUITY FUND. 



Regulations as sanctioned by the Honourable the 

Court of Directors* 

Managers of the Fund, {Elected 1 Jan, 1 844.) 

J. LowiSy Ex officio 

C. Tucker, Chief Secretar}*. 

F. Millett, Accountant General. 

H. Moore, Sub-Treasurer. 

J.J. Harrey, Civil Auditor. 

Secretary and axcountaniy H.V. Bayley. 
Agent* in England^ Messrs. Coutts and Co. 

Ist. The subscribers shall, from the 1st of May 1825, contri- 
bute, for tlie purposes of the fund, four per cent, of their salaries, 
aud all other public emoluments, however denominated ; compen- 
sation for travelling expenses excepted. 

2d. Should any subscriber be engaged in India on private 
business, and thereby voluntarily exclude himself from public 
employ, his subscriptions to the fund shall cease, and in the event 
of his hereafter relinquishing such private business, and resuming 
employ in the service, his subscriptions may be resumed, but the 
intervening period shall not be reckoned in the time necessary to 
qualify him to become an annuitant : and this rule shall be 
equally applicable to all persons now in the service who may have 
been, or may be engaged in private business. 

3d. The annuities are fixed at 10,000 rupees each, payable in 
Rbgland at two shillings the rupee, being j^l,000 sterling.— (See 
modified Rule 39.) 

4th. The annuities shall be tendered to subscribers having 
served in the civil service twenty-five years, and actually resided 
twenty-two years of that period in India, according to their 
seniority on the gradation list of the service, as fixed by the 
Court of Directors, and the right of preference shall not be barred 
by refusal in a preceding year. 

5th. The annuities shall commence with the 1st of May in each 
year, beginning with the year 1826 ; that is to say, shall fall due at 
the end of the said oflScial year ; and in like manner, the succeeding 
annuities shall commence on the first day of the following oflScial 
years, and fall due at the close of each year respectively.-»(See 
modified Rules 33, 34, 40.) 

6lli. At a convenient period before the close of each year, the 
managers of the fund shall require, according to seniority, a 
sufficient number of subscribers to signify their willingness, or 
otherwise, to retire on the annuity to be granted by the fund ; 
and in case of the absence from India of members, such requisition 
shall be made to their constituted agents in Calcutta. It will, of 
course, be incumbent on members duly qualified to become anuui- 



CIVIL ANNUITY FUND. aflg 

fants, previous to leaving India, to empower one or moie peraont 
in Calcutta to act on their behalf, and to comniunicate to the 
managers the names of such agents. 

7th. The following members shall be regarded as having virtually 
intimated, for the time being, their unwillingness to retire on 
the annuity ; 912. those to whom a requisition may be made at 
above provided, and on whose part no reply may be received, 
on or before the first day of the year, with which the annuities 
intended to be granted may commence; and those who may have 
quitted India, and failed to empower any resident in Calcutta t« 
act for them during their absence. 

8tb. The number of annuities offered shall not be moie than 
may complete nine per annum from the 1st of May 1826. 

9th. The actual value of annuities tendered and accepted at 
above shall be passed to a separate account on the books of the 
institution, under the head of Appropriated Funds ; and to the 
debit of this account shall be entered all payments in satisfaction 
«f annuities. 

10th. Should any subscriber, having resided in India in the civil 
service not less than twenty-two years, and been a member of It 
the full period of twenty-five years, retire from the service before 
the option of an annuity may devolve on him, he shall be entitled 
to the same In his proper turn, without any payment to the fund, 
save what may be claimable under the following rule. 

11th. Any subscriber who may accept the tender of an annuity 
shall be required, to entitle him to such annuity, to pay to the 
institution, previous to the date to which the annuity is to com- 
mence, the difference between one-half of the actual value of the 
annuity on his life and the accumulated value of his previous 
contribution, in case the latter quantity shall be less than the 
former ; these values shall be determined as below provided. 

12th. Any member so choosing may decline paying the difference 
defined in the foregoing rule, and shall, in such case, be entitled 
to an annuity diminished in proportion to the sum by which the 
accumulated value of his contributions is less than one-half of the 
actual value of an annuity on his life. 

13th. Any subscriber who may be dismissed from the Honour- 
able Company's service shall forfeit all right to beueni by the 
institution, and be entitled to no re-fund of payments which he 
may have made. 

14th. The interest of any subscriber who may be suspended 
from the Honourable Company's service shall be in abeyance, but 
shall revive on his restoration. If he be permitted (whether the 
permission be granted at the time of, or during his suspension, or 
at the time of bis restoration) to draw salary for the period of 
bis suspension, then his oootribntions to the fund for that period 
shall be claimable, and the intervening time shall be reckoned as 
actual service ; but if be be not allowed salary for the period of 
his suspension, tlien no contribution shall be claimable from him 
or that period, and which in that case is not to be computed in 

S 



gffj BENGAL. 

the term of service iiecefsary to qaalify him for the acceptancse of 
an annafty. 

15th. The resignation of the Honourable Company's senrices is 
an essential oonditioo to entitle an indiviihial to an aonvity from 
the institution, and annuitants will not he permitted by the eourt 
to return to the service : it is therefore provided, that should tmy 
member fail, on or before the first of July of the year with 
which an annuity accepted by him may commence, to compty- 
wfth the said condition, he shaU be considered to have forfeited 
his right to an annuity from the institution for that year. It is 
likewise provided, that when a member, accepting an aanuity, 
shall resign the service before the first day of July, but after the . 
first day of the year with which the said annuity is made lo 
commence, he shall, in such case, at the close of tliat year, 
only draw the annnity from the date of his resignation, a snni 
proportionate to tlie time intervening between ilie first day 
of the year and that date being dedncted for the benefit of the 
institution. 

16th. The fund is open for the snbscriptfons of all eoveaaated 
civil servants upon the Bengal estabtishment, including snch as 
may be in England, and who have not either finally resigned the 
service, or protiacted their absence from India beyond the pre* 
scribed term of five years; each civil servant now residing in India 
shall be spedally invited to Join the institution, as shall tboee 
subsequently arriving, whether they be returning to the service, or 
newly appointed to the same ; and the following shall be eaccluded 
from ever becoming members of the institntiou, ms. those resid- 
ing in India, who may fail to signify in writing their consent t» 
join the institution on or before the first of May 1826, next; and 
those returning to, or for the first time arriving in the conntry, 
subsequent to the present date, who may oonMoit a similar default 
within six months from the date of their return, or arrival in the 
eountry, respectively; provided, however, that no person, not 
in India, nor on his passage thither upon the first of May 1825, 
shall be entitled, on subsequently returning to the country from 
England, to receive an annuity under the rules of this instittttioii,. 
except after residence in the country for a period of five years from 
the date of such subsequent arrival. 

17th. The affairs of the Institution shall be managed by a com- 
mittee of nine, of whom four shall be ex-offlcio, the chief secre- 
tary to government, the aoconntant-general) the sub treasaier, 
and the civil auditor. The other five shall be aubscribers, and 
elected at a general meeting. The members of the oommittce 
shall be also the trustees for the funds of the institution. 

16th. The sub-treasurer of the government sbali, with the per* 
mission of the Govemor-Oeneral in Connelly be requested to act as 
treasurer to the institution, and the fuads^ as well those set apart 
for the payment of annuities as those arising from the accnmuUttion 
of capital, shall be deposited in the public treasury, subject to tht 
direction and e<mtrol of the trastees and managnn of the fund. 



CIVIL ANNUITY FUND. JOS 

I9tb« For the managenaeiit in England of such affairs as the 
members caouot persoQally conduct, an agent or agents shall be 
ap|M)ioted by the managers and trustees in India, if such shall still 
be the wish of the service. 

20tb. The committee of manageis, or the majority of those 
present at a meeting of five or more, or if less than ^ve be pre- 
sent, any three members of the committee, who may concur in 
opinion, shall be competent to decide in the first instance upon 
all maitei-s relative to the receipts and disbnrsemeuts of the fund, 
as well as generally upon all subjects connected with the manage<- 
ment o( the fund, and the due execution of the rules established 
for it, which, by such rules, may not have been expressly reserved 
far determination by the genei'al meeting of the subscribers to the 
fund. 

21st. But the decision of the committee of managers, in all 
cases, shall be liable to revision and control by the resolution of 
the subscribers dnly passed at a regular general meeting. 

22d. The committee of managers, who may be appointed in the 
first instance, shall be authorized to appoint a secretary and ao. 
coniitant to the fuud» and to fix such allowance for him, payable 
ffota the fund, as they may consider adequate to his services. The 
eJkersso appointed shall act under the direction of the committee 
ef nanagers, and shall also attend the general meetings of the 
sttbacribers, the proceedings of which, and of the coounittee ot 
managers, and generally all papers appertaining to this institution^ 
which may not be intrusted to the treasurer in India, or to the 
agents in England, shall be kept under the charge of the secretary 
•nd aecouBtant to the fund, and shall^ by application to him, or 
the committee Df managers, be open to the inspection of any ef 
the subscribers to the fund. 

23d. All future appointanents to the oAoe of secretary and a&- 
eonntant t» the fund» as well as the appointment of any ofiber 
person whom the managers may find it nooeaeajry to en^)loy for 
Ihe dae esecutioo of the trust committed to them* shaU, in like 
vaoner, he made^ aod theiir allowances fixed by the committee of 
managers, subject, as in all other cases, to the control of the 
fneral meetings of the subscciberft. 

24th. In the event of any of the five managers who may be elect* 
ed annually being subsequently removed from the presidency, 
without any intention of retnrning to it during the year of their 
fdoction, it shall be communicated to the subscribers at the next 
general meeting ; and in such instances, as well as in all instances q£ 
vacancy in the situation of manager, by death or otherwise, a new 
election, if it appears neoessary, shall take place tor the unexpired 
part of the current year, 

25tb. A general meeting of the subscribers shall be held at the 
Town Hall in Calcutta, on the first Monday of the second month of 
every year (or as soon afterwards as the accounts can be made up 
and prepared for iDspectiou), to reeelve and audit the accounts of 
the preceding year, and to decide on any queations which may arise 

S2 



209 BENGAL. 

or be referred. The committee of managers, or any nine members 
of the institution, may also convene a special general meeting at 
the presidency, by public notice in tlte Government Gazette, if at 
any time there shall be found occasion for it, provided that the days 
fixed for holding such special meetings, and the object of them, be 
advertised at least six weeks before the same are held, for the ge- 
■eral information of subscribers. 

26th. All questions proposed at the general meeting, whether 
annual or special, shall be determined by a majority of three- 
fourths of the members who may either be present at such general 
meetings, or rote thereat by proxy; but the concurrent voices of 
nine members, at least, shall be requisite to determine upon any 
question whatever; and upon all general questions involving any 
increase or diminution of the rate of contributions now fixed, or 
any essential addition to, or alteration in, the original rules and 
principles of the institution, which are now established, all sub- 
scribers in India who may not be able to attend the meeting in 
person, shall be allowed to deliver their sentiments and votes by a 
written communication, to be signed vby them, and addressed to 
the chairman of the meeting ; provided always, that no decision 
upon such question shall be valid, or have any effect, until sanc- 
tioned and approved by the Court of Directors of the East-India 
Company, to whom all parties, considering themselves aggrieved 
by such decision, shall have a right of appeal, and the decision of 
the Court of Directors shall, in all cases, be final. 

27th. In discharge of each annuity of 10,000 rupees granted by 
the fund, the sum of j^i,000 sterling shall be paid to the an- 
nuitant through the Company's treasury in London, at the close of 
the year in which the annuity may commence, the managers of the 
fund undertaking, at that period, to pay over to the Government 
of Bengal the sum of 10,000 rupees for each annuity so payable, 
vnderthe principles upon which the Company's contribution to the 
land is to be regulated. 

28th. The right of an annuitant to receive the annuity for any- 
particular year shall depend on his having survived that year.— (Sec 
modified Rules 33, 34, 40.) 

29th. Tbe actual value of an annuity on the life of any sub- 
scriber shall be determined by the table annexed hereto. Tbe 
rates exhibited by this table shall be revised and altered by a de- 
cision of a general meeting, should experience and the fluctuation 
of interest suggest the necessity of such an arrangement : provided 
always, that any alteration therein shall not take effect until it 
has been sanctioned and confirmed by the Court of Directors of tbe 
East-India Company, whose decision shall be final. 

30th. To determine the accumulated value of the contributions 
of any subscriber, the accountant shall keep separate accounts for 
each member, and these accounts shall be annually made up with 
the rate of interest allowed by the Company. 

31st. At the close of every third year tbe managers shall, ac- 
cording to the next table, calculate the actual values of the peud- 



CIVIL AWIUITY FUND. ^)^ 

kig aiiBuitieSy and shall then compare the total of tlieir values 
with the assets belongiug to the appropriated foods of the institu- 
tion ; should those assets exceed in valae the snd total, the dif- 
feietice shall he carried to the credit of the unappropriated fundi 
of the society, and heavailahle for the purposes of the iustitntion ; 
en the other hand, should the value of the said assets he less than 
the total aforessud^ the deficieoey shall he sapplied by a transfer 
from the latter fund to the former. 

;(2d. An annuitant, upon becoming such, shall be furnished with 
a formal certificate declaratory of bis admission to the annuity, 
under the hands of not less than three of the managers of the 
fund. A duplicate of the certificates must be furnished to the 
Ben^ Government and forwarded to the Comt of Directors in 
London. 

a3d. In modification of the 2dth Rule of the Institution it is 
hereby provided, that from and after the 30th April next ensuing^ 
annuities will be granted to retiring members of the service, en*- 
titkd to and claiming the same, payable to the date of decease^ on 
their entering into a written engagement, binding themselves to 
pay, if so required by the Honourable the Court of Directors, a sum 
equal to half the value of the benefit derived under this condition. 
The computation of the said value will be made according to the 
annexed Table, unless otherwise ordered by the Honourable CouKt 
of Directors, to whose correction the ealculations are subject. 

For every annuity made payable to the date of decease under the 
ahenre rule a sum equal to die discount value of the additional pa^ 
ment stipulated, as entered in the table annexed, or in any <mu^ 
i-ected table that may be substituted for the same if the Court of 
Directors shall direct snob substitution, shall be transferred 
in the accounts of the Institution to the head of appropriated 
assets, in order to cover the additional charge to the Fund arisini; 
from such payment.^— (See Table li.) 

34th. In further modifieatton of the 28th Rule Bbove referred 
to, it is hereby provided, that from and after the 30th April lB35i, 
annuities will, at the option of retiring servants, be given, payable 
either as at present at the close of the year, or quarterly after each 
three months of the year. Provided, however, that for every an. 
nuity made payable quarterly, an additional sum equivalent to this 
advantage, computed according to the table annexed, shall be 
transferred to the head, of appropriated Funds in the accounts of 
lUe institution, in order to cover the additional charge to it from 
this alteration in the mode of payment*— (See further modification 
in Rob 40.) 

35tlu On the 1st May 1836, the managers of die Institution 
shall declare and publish the niunber of unaccepted annuities re- 
maining up to t\iai date, and the value thereof^ which value shall 
be computed by assuming for the unaccepted annuities of each 
year since the Annuity Fund Institution was established, a value 
calculated for the average age of the servants who retired in that 
y«ar. Two-thiida of the aggregate amonnt of such valuation shall 
be declared to be a fund, available to provide for tl«;ee years from 

S 3 



ail BENGAL. 

that date, annuities at a quarrer value to retiriug civil servants 
diilj qualified. The other third of the above Taluation shall be 
forthwith carried to account as part of the fixed balance of (be 
fund. In like manner, on the Ist uf May of every succeeding year, 
the managers shall declare and publish the number and value of 
the unaccepted annuities of the preceding year-^that is to say, the 
number of the nine annuities at half ralue available annually 
for retiring servants which have not been claimed and taken within 
the year^ and the same shall be valued according to the average of 
the ages of the servants who retired in the year upon such annui- 
ties; or if there be none of these taken in any year, then upon the 
assumption of the age of forty-five years, for the value of each 
annuity. Two-thirds of the aggregate value of such unaccepted 
annuities shall be declared and published, as above, to be the fund 
available to provide for three years thereafter annuities at a quar- 
ter value to retiring seniors, the remaining third being added to 
the fixed balance of the fund, as above provided. 

S6th. Civil servants duly qualijied by $ennce and residence, who 
may be willing to retire on annuities to be granted upon payment 
of an amount equal to one-quarter of the value thereof, are re- 
quired to make application for the same within three months from 
the date of the above declaration being made and published by the 
managers of the fund. So far as the surplus available shall permit, 
annuities on the terms stated shall be given to the senior servants 
to applying, in the order of their seniority; and if the subscriptions 
of any servant, to whom such an annuity may be awarded, shall 
liafe exceeded in amount one-quarter of the value of the annuity, 
the excess shall be refunded to him out of the surplus declared. 
If the subscriptions be not equal in amount to one-quarter of the 
value of the annuity, the retiring servant shall make good the de- 
ficit before obtaining the certificate entitling liim thereto. If he do 
10 before the 1st May and shall have then retired from the service, 
bis annuity will commence from that date. If he complete his pay- 
ments and retire at any subsequent date of the same year, the 
value of the annuity will still be calculated as from 1st May, but 
the retiring servant will receive only the fractional portion of the 
annuity for the first year, calculated from the date of such payment 
and retirement, and his subscriptions after the 1st August shall 
not be credited in his account, but shall acciTie to the fund, toge- 
ther with the unpaid portion of the annuity. If the a|»plicants 
within three months, as above, do not by their annuities and by 
the refunds stated consume the entire declared surplus, the 
remainder shall be available to furnish annuities to any qua- 
lified senior servant who may apply for the same Ht any time 
within three years from the date of the declaration, and such an- 
nuities shall be given to applicants for the same in the order of 
application until the entire declared surplus is appropriated. For 
every annuity granted, an equivalent sum to the value thereof, 
according to the tables of the fund, shall be written off from the 
declared surplus and credited to the appropriated funds of tlie In- 
stinitiou ; and if, at the end of three years from the date of deda* 



CIVIL ANNlTiTY FUND. gig 

ration, there shall reaiaiu any part of the declared surplus still 
unappropriated, such remainder sliall lapse and be added to the 
lixed unappropriated balance of the fund. 

37tb. Civil servants who may not have completed the full perio<l 
of twenty-two years* residence in India, and twenty-five years of 
senice, but who may be compelled to retire from the service by 
sickness, duly certified as below provided, shall be entitled to re- 
ceive from out of the declared value of the unclaimed annuities of 
any given year before the appropriation of the two-thirds and one- 
third are made under the above rule, as follows : — 

If they have not completed ten years of residence, a dona- 
tion of : . Sa. Rs. 5 ,000 

Or jgSOO 

If they have completed ten years of residence, but not 
more than fifteen, an annuity of. . • j6250 

Or t Sa.Rs. 2,500 

per annum, on payment, including the amount of their 
subscriptions, of one-half of the value thereof, accord- 
ing to the tables and rules of the fund. 

If they have completed fifteen years, an annuity of .... jf 500 

Or Sa.Rs. 5,000 

on the same terms. 

To entitle a junior to the above benefits, it will be necessary for 
him before leaving India to furnish to the managers of the fund a 
certificate from his medical attendant, countersigned by a member 
of the medical board in Calcutta, certifying that he is, from some 
permanent cause or complaint, incapable of rendering further ser- 
vice in the climate of India ; and this certificate must, in each 
instance of retirement, be confirmed in England by the examining 
physician of the Honourable Court of Directors, after the servant so 
retiring has resided at least one year in England* 

39th. In modification of the third rule of the regnlations of the 
lund,it is provided, that it shall be competent to any servant, duly 
qualified by residence and service, to receive the annuity, whether 
granted to liim at half or at a quarter value, either lu India or in 
England, subject only to the condition of previous resignation of 
the service, and of the acceptance of such resignation by the Go- 
vernment or by the Court of Directors. 

40th. In modification of the rnles adopted by the service on the 
7th March 1834, it is hereby provided, in conformity with the 
instructions of the Honourable Court of Directors, that annuitants 
desirous to have their annuities paid to the date of decease, or to 
have them paid quarterly, will be entitled to these advantages 
upon payment, in addition to the half or quarter value of ihe an. 
nuity, as the case may be, of the full value stated for the same in 
the Table annexed to the said rules ; but no annuitant shall be 
permitted to take the quarterly payment alone witliout at the 
same time taking the benefit of the rule for obtaining paymeot to 
the date of decease. 



213 BENGAL. 

REVISED RULES 

Passed at the Annual General Meeting (f Subtarikers^ on the l$i 
January f lS^,astd apprened by the HemmraMe ComricfDirectvrSf 
under date ZlM August, 184S. 

RuLx 35w— Ob the 30th of April, 1842, th€ maDagers shall 
oompate the excess of balance of the unappropriated funds of th6 
Institution above the balance estimated for the same period in the 
proepectiTe calculation upon which the Fund was formed. One- 
half of the amount of such excess shall be considered to be a 
capital available for the parposes of tlie Fnnd, namely, for the 
invproveMeBt of the rate at which the annuities accruing nnder 
Boles 8 and 11, on the 1st of May, 1842, are to be granted, to 
the extent of the inoome derivable, at the rate of 6 per cent., from 
the said half excess of balance, hi like manner, on the 30ch of 
April of every sncceeding year, the managers shsdl compute the 
excess of actual bdance over the estimated prospective balance at 
the same date, and shall appropriate the income arising therefrom 
to the improvement oi the purchase rate of the nine annuities 
accruing on the 1st of the following May. Provided, however, 
that in no instance -shall any annoitir be granted under this rule at a 
rate less than a quarter of the value thereof. And in case of the 
aniuai sum to be distrtbiited amongst the nine yearly accming 
anniuties, in the manner provided in the following rule, being at 
any time in exceis of the proportiens required to make np, with 
the balance of the subscription accounts of the retlrers thereon, 
the half value of each of the said nine anmiities, such excess shaU 
be reserved and be made available in the succeeding year, in ad- 
dition to the income aecrutng from the half of the excess balance 
of the year, towards the reduction of the rate of premhim, at half 
▼alue, payable for the said annuities, under the provisions and 
limitations above specified. 

And it is further provided, that in the event of any of the nine 
annuities of any year remaining untaken on tfie 1st of May of such 
year, the proportionane share of the annual sum distributed 
amongst the nine annuities of that date, which shall liave been 
set to such untaken annuity, shall remain reserved for the benefit 
of the qualified subscriber, who may at any subsequent date claim 
and retire on such untaken annuity. 

Rule 30.— First. Afterthe above computation shall have been 
made the managers shall make the distribution of the annual sum 
which may be found available for the improvement of the rate at 
which each of the nine yearly annuities may be granted, in the 
manner following. The aggregate sum available on the 1st of May 
of every year shadl be difvided into equal shares for apportionment 
equally amongst the nine annuities accruing on that cfaite, accord- 
hig to the sutement above cited. The amount of fine which a re- 
tiring member will have to pay shall he such an amount aS, with 
the balance of his subscription account and the sum apportioned 



CIVIL ANNUITY FUND* g] 4 

to the annuity resenred for him, as above provided^ on the 3st of 
May of such year, will make up the half of the value of the an- 
nuity, according to his age. And it is provided, that in the event 
of the balance of the retirer^s account alone amounting to a sum 
equal to the half value of his annuity, the share or sum appor- 
tioned to the annuity reserved for him shall be taken and distri- 
buted equally amongst the other annuities of the same year, in 
fixither diminution of the fines at half value, which may be 
required from the retirers on these. In like manner, if the balance 
of any retirer's account, as aforesaid, together with the sum or 
sums wAich may have been apportioned to the armuity reserved for 
him, amount to a sum in excess of the half value of his annuity,, 
such excess shall he taken and divided amongst the other annui- 
tants of the same year whose balances, with the sums apportioned 
to them as above, may fall short of the half value of annuity. — 
And it is further provided, that in the event of any overplus re- 
maining out of the sum found available in any year under Rule 
35, after due distribution amongst the nine annuities of such year, 
as above provided, to the extent of making up, with the balances, 
the half value of each of the annuities, such remaining overplus 
shall be held available for distribution in the next succeeding year 
under the general terms of this Rule. 



And Rule 379 above entered, will be read in its first sentence thus : 

'^ Civil servants who may not have completed the full period of 
twenty.two years' residence in India and twenty-five years of ser- 
vice, but who may be compelled to retire from the service by sick- 
ness, duly certified as below ; provided, shall be entitled to remain 
from out of the portions of the excess balance available for ihepW' 
poses of the Fundy under the above Rules (now 36 and 37), as fol- 
lows,'* &c. &c. 

At a Special General Meeting held 28th May, 1842, the follow- 
ing clause was proposed to be added to Rule 15 as a part thereof, 
to carry out the Honourable Court's letter of 1st February, 1843> 
and the same was carried and adopted by the subscribers, at their 
meeting of soth July, 1842. 

<*In substitution of the rule requiring the declaration upon 
honour, it is hereby further provided, that if any subscriber to 
whom an annuity shall have been reserved, under his application 
and declaration to resign the service, as above, shall subsequently 
withdraw or retract his application or declaration ; or if he shall 
continue in the service beyond the time (viz. 1st July) limited by 
the foregoing rule, he shall, unless for special reasons, be exempted 
by the managers, subject to an appeal to the service by the indivi- 
dual in question, or by any member of the Fund, forfeit the sum 
of Co.*s Rupees (10,000) ten thousand, to be at once deducted 
from his subscription account with the Fund. The sum or sums 
that may be so forfeited shall be carried to the credit of the unap* 



*a> The periods at nhich the quarterly paymeDtt nil) be made 
are the &t)t dap of Febraarjr, May, Aaguii, sud November, In 

TABLE L 
nefcrredta in BHEe2Mi, shewing th«*alBe of aDUoities of 1 rupee 
and 10,eOS nipeea on a lite from 30 to 76, intereit being dx 



Ate. UbboIij of Oh! AmMtlrnf H Aft. AnmllyDr laimitiaf I 
I I Kara. [ilvlMR^m.ll | OacBupic. jlcoooBaranf 



CIVIL ANNUITY FUND. 



816 



TABLB IL 
Befeired to in Kuks 34 and 40. 







Amount payable 






Amount payable 


for insunns the 
payment of the 






for insunng 




Age. 


the quarterly 


Annuity to 


Total. 




faymentoftlie 


the date of the 






Anauity. 


Annuitant's 




■ 




decease. 






8a.Rapeet. 


Sa. Rupees. 


8a« Rupees. 


40 


2,409 


1,687 


4,096 


41 


2,383 


1,720 


4,103 


42 


2,356 


1,755 


4,111 


43 


2;W0 


1,790 


4,120 


44 


2,303 


1,820 


4,123 


45 


2,275 


1,856 


4,131 


46 


2,246 


1,892 


4,138 


47 


2,215 


1,930 


4,145 


48 


2,184 


1,970 


4,154 


49 


2,152 


2,010 


4,162 


50 


2,119 


2,052 


4,171 


51 


2,086 


2,092 


4,178 


52 


2,054 


2,133 


4,187 


53 


2,021 


2,175 


4,196 


54 


1,986 


2,219 


4,205 


55 


1,951 


2,263 


4,214 


56 


1,915 


2,309 


4,224 


57 


1,877 


2,356 


4,233 


58 


1,839 


2,404 


4,243 


59 


1,800 


2,453 


4,253 


60 


1,760 


2.504 


4,264 


61 


1,719 


2,557 


4,276 


62 


1,677 


2,612 


4,289 


63 


1,632 


2,664 


4,296 


64 


1,587 


2,721 


4,308 


65 


1,539 


2,781 


4,320 


66 


1,491 


2,842 


4,333 


67 


1,441 


2,904 


4,345 


68 


1,390 


2,968 


4,358 


69 


1,339 


3,033 


4.372 


70 


1,286 


3,099 


4,385 



gJ7 BENGAL. 

CIVIL FUND, 

Instituted October 1804. 

Managers and Trustees, elected 30 Jan, 1844 : 

C. Tucker, Ex officio, 

H. Moore, The Accountant General. 

I. Lowis, The Sub..Treasurer. 

J. J. Harvey, The Civil Auditor. 

F. Millett, Chief Secretary. 

H. V. Bayley, Honorary Secretary and Accountant. 

Managers in England, 
Henry Stone | Henry Alexander 

Messrs. Cockerell and Co., Agents. 

Art. I. The object of the civil fund shall henceforth be to pro- 
vide for the maintenance of the widows and children of such of 
the subscribers as may not, at their dbaihs, leave property sufficient 
for the subsistence and education of their families. 

Art. II. The Hon. the Court of Directors, and the Governor 
General in Council, shall be solicited to continue Patrons of the 
Institution. 

Art. III. The fund shall be supported by the contributions of the 
Company's covenanted Civil Servants on the Bengal establishment 
now subscribing, or who may hereafter join the service, aided by the 
donation of the Hon. Court of Directors ; it being, as heretofore, 
at the option of such of the subscribers as were admitted to the ser- 
vice prior to the 17th of January 1823, and have not, in pursuance 
of a resolution passed at the general meeting of the 28th July 1817, 
signed the declaration of a determination to continue their contri- 
butions to the fund during the whole period of their service in 
India, at any time to withdraw altogether therefrom, forfeiting 
thereby all claims upon the fund, whether for sums subscribed, or 
on any other account whatsoever. 

Art. IV. First. The ordinary contributions to the fund shall 
be proportioned to the monthly salary, or other public allowance 
of whatever description (including furlough allowance) received by 
each subscriber, iiccording to the following rates: 
If the salary, or other public allowance of the subscribers, be not 

more than looo Company's rupees per mensem, his monthly 

subscription shall be Co.'s Rs. lO 

If more than lOOO and not above 2000 ■ 20 

If more than 2000 and not above 3000 .«__ so 

If more than 3000 and not above 4000 j ' 40 

If more than 4000 ■ 50 

Second. The sum by which the annual income of the fund is less 
than its annual expenditure shall be itecertained and declared by the 
managers as on the Istof January 1838 ; and the deficit so declared 
shall be made up by assessing all subscribers to the fund rateably 
according to their allowances. The rate per centum on allowances 
of extraordinary contribution so to be assessed shall be declared by 



CIVIL FUND. 218 

the managers at the same time that the deficit is declared, and 
shall remain unaltered for three years from the said date. 

Third. At the end of every three years from the 1st of January^ 
1838, the managers shall, in like manner, ascertain and declare the 
•deficit as it may exist at each triennial period ; and shall, in like 
manner, ascertain and declare the rate of extraordinary assessment 
to be paid in the same manner during the next three years by all 
subscribers, for the pnrpoie of meeting that deficit. 

Art. V. The amount of contribution payable by each subscriber 
shall, wiih the permission of Government, be deducted by the civil 
auditor or other officer auditing the monthly pay bill of civil ser- 
vants, and be transferred to the treasurer of the fund in such man- 
ner as may be found most advantageous to the fund, under the 
direction of the committee of managers ; and all subscribers from 
whose salaries deductions may be made less than may be due from 
them, shall be obliged, on discovery of the error, to make up the 
•difference to the fund, with interest thereon at the rate of five per 
cent, per annum. 

Art. VI. The sub-treasurer of Government shall, with the per- 
mission of Government, be treasurer to the fund; and all money 
and securities for money belonging to the fund in India shall, with 
the like permission, he kept in the public treasury, subject to the 
direction and control of the managers of the fund. 

Art. VII. The unappropriated receipts of the fund exceeding 
the sum of two thousand (2,000) Company's rupees (to be re- 
served for current expenses) shall be vested in the securities of 
Government, and made payable on account of the fund under the 
signatures of any three of the managers, but the treasurer of the 
fund shall be competent of himself to pass receipts for the interest 
receivable thereupon. 

Ari. VIII. The managers of the fund in India shall nominate 
such persons as may appear to them proper to act as agents for the 
fund in England ; and any money that may be required for the dis- 
bursements of the fund in Europe shall be drawn for by, or re- 
mitted to the agents, as may be most advantageeus to the fund, in 
such manner as the managers, under the control of the subscribers, 
from time to time may determine. 

Art. IX. A duplicate copy of all rules and resolutions, which 
maybe passed relative to the fund, shall be transmitted to the agents 
in England for their information, and that of all persons who may 
apply to them upon the subject. 

Art. X. A half-yearly general meeting of the subscribers to 
the fund shall be held at the presidency of Fort William in the 
montlis of January and July of each year, on a day to be fixed by 
the committee of managers, and notified in the Calcutta Gazette, 
and in two of the daily papers, two months before the day so fixed 
upon. 

Art. XI. The committee of managers, or any nine members oi 
the institution, may also convene a special general meeting at the 
presidency by public notice, provided that the day fixed for holding 
such special meeting, and the object of it, be advertised, in the man- 

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219 BENGAL. 

Her prescribed in the foregoing article, for tlie general iaformation 
of the subscribers. 

A&T. XII. All questions proposed at a general meeting, whether 
half-yearly or special, shall be determined by a majority of votes, 
but the concurrent voices of at least nine members actually present 
shall be requisite to carry any motion whatever. The resolutions 
or proceedings of all general meetings shall be signed by the chair- 
inan, and published in the Calcutta Gasette. 

Art. XIII. Should the managers or any member or members 
be desirous of bringing forward, aia haJf*yearIy meeting, any new 
general question, or any question involving an increase or diniuiii- 
tion of the rate of contribution now fixed, or any essential addition 
to, or alteration in the rules and priuciples of the institution, now 
established, or any case not distinctly provided for under these 
rules, due notice of the purport thereof shall be given in the Cal- 
cutta Gazette and in two of the daily papers, at least two months 
before such meeting; provided, however, that on such questions 
and cases no resolution of a general meeting, whether haJf-yearly 
or special, shall be conclusive, but the determination of the meet- 
ing shall be referred to the subscribers at large, for final adoption 
or rejection, by the transmission of their votes to the managers 
within two months after the date of issuing the notice, either by 
advertisement or by separate letters to each subscriber, as may be 
determined by the meeting. It shall be the special duty of the 
chairman of any meeting to require attention to this rule. 

Art. XIV. The resolution of a general meeting on any qne^ 
tion not falling within the provisions of the preceding article shall 
be open to revision, after two months' pirvious notice given 
through the secretary, and published in the Calcutta Gazette, and 
in two of the daily papers, of a motion to that effect, at the next 
general meeting which may be held at a period of not more than 
four months subsequently to the general meethig at which such 
resolution was passed, and two months subsequently to the date of 
the notification above prescribed ; but the resolution of such sub» 
sequent meeting on such question shall be final and conclusive; 
provided always, that no resolution of a prior meeting shall be 
reversed or altered at a subsequent meeting except by a majority, 
consisting of as many votes, at the least, as decided the question in 
the first instance. All resolutions not subfected to revision ander 
this article shall be deemed final and condosive. 

Akt. XV. Upon all questions duly advertised for discussion at 
any general or special meeting, all subscribers shall be allowed to 
deliver their sentiments and votes, either by a written commnnica^ 
tion to be signed by them and addressed to the chairman of the 
meeting, or by proxy. General proones will only be idkowcd on be- 
half of members who have proceeded to sea, awl tfaea will last till 
the return or the receipt of intelligence of the decease of the party 
giving such proxy. 

Parties holding general proxies shall be entitled to vole on any 
question whatever Aat may arisen The hMex of a special piozy 



CIVIL FUND. 290 

shall be entitled to vote on any point connected with the question 
for which the special proxy was given, that may be discussed at 
the meeting summoned for its determination. 

But it is hereby provided — 

First. That no proxy, either special or general, shall be in an^ 
way valid, unless the same shall have been registered in the office 
of the secretary to the fund, and countersigned by that officer, at 
least fifteen days prior to the occurrence of any meeting at which 
such proxy is intended to be used ; and secondly. That no indi- 
vidua! shall, tmder any circnmstances, hold at one time more than 
Pircnty proxies. Should more than twenty proxies be tendered for 
registry in favour of any individual, it shall be the duty of the 
secretary to the fund to give notice thereof to the holder and to the 
grenters whose proxies are last tendered for registry, with the view 
to their appointing some other pEuty to vote on their behalf. A 
second nomination shall be valid if registered and countersigned at 
any time before the meeting at which it is intended to take effect. 

For forms of general and special proxies, see A and B of the 
Appendix. 

.Aht. XVL The annual accounts of the fund shall be made up 
to 'the end cf April, and submitted by (he managers at the half- 
|«ar]y general meeting of the subscribers to be held in the month 
of Jnly of each year. After being approved by the meeting, a 
general statement of the state of the fund shall be published, for the 
information of the snbscribeis, in the Calcutta Gazette. A com- 
mittee of managers of the fund shall at each January meeting be 
appointed for the ensning year, and shall consist of the secretary to 
the Government in the general department, theaccountant-general, 
the sub'treasuTer, and the civil auditor, for the time being, with 
five other members to be elected at such general meeting. 

Aar. XVII. "Die committee' of managers, or the majority of 
Chose -pnesent at a meeting of five or more, or if less than five be 
present, any three -members of the committee who may concur in 
opinion shall be competent to decide, in the first instance, upon all 
matters connected with the fund not expressly reserved for the 
determination of a general meeting; but every act of the managen 
shall be liable to revision and control by the resolution of a general 
meeting. It shall, moreover, be 'the duty of the managers to report 
at the half-yearly meetings the matters determined by them in the 
txpited period. 

Akt. XVIII. The committee of managers shall, subject to the. 
control of a general meeting, appoint the secretary and accoun* 
tacat to -the fund, and shall fix such allowance for him payable 
from the fund as they may consider adequate to his services. The 
officer so appointed shall act under the immediate directions of the 
committee of managers, and shall also attend and obey the instruc- 
tions of all general meetings of the subscribers, the proceedings of 
which and of the committee of managers, and generally all papens 
Hppeitaining to the institution, which may not be intrusted to the 
treasurer in India or to the agents in 'England, shall be kept under 
the charge of such secretary and accountant, and shall, on applica- 

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221 BENGAL. 

tion to him, or to the committee of managers, be open to the in- 
spection ofany of the subscribers to the fund. It is to be under- 
stood that the secretary and accountant appointed as above shall 
not be subject to removal from his situation by any future com- 
mittee of management, but in concurrence with a majority of sub- 
scribers at a general meeting held as prescribed ; provided, how- 
ever^ that it shall at any time be competent to the committee to 
suspend the said secretary and accountant from the exercise of his 
functions, and to delegate them to another, pending the disposal of 
the question which may have given rise to such a proceeding. 

Art. XIX. In the event of any of the managers who may be 
elected annually being subsequently removed from the presidency 
without an intention or expectation of returning during the year of 
their election, it shall be communicated to the subscribers at the 
next general meeting, and in such instances, as well as in all in. 
stances of a vacancy in the situation of manager by death or other* 
wise, a new election, if necessary, shall take place for the unex- 
pired term of the current year. 

Art. XX. All applications for admission to the benefits of the 
fund shall be made to the committee of managers ; and shall be 
accompanied by the necessary information, documents, and 
proofs, to enable the managers to ascertain the circumstances and 
simationof the party on whose behalf the application is made. 

The managers, after calling for any further information or 
evidence which may appear to them requisite, are to submit 
the application with the whole of the papers received by them, and 
the decision they may have come to thereupon, for the determi- 
nation of the subscribers at the next general meeting. In cases 
of emergency and distress, when the managers may consider the 
party for whom the applicatiqn is made clearly entitled to the be- 
nefit of the fund, they are authorized to advance such proportions 
of the fixed allowances hereafter specified, as may appear to 
them indispensably requisite, until a determination can be passed 
by the subscribers at the next general meeting aforesaid. 

Art. XXI. On the death of any subscriber to the fund, who 
may not be possessed of property sufficient to provide for his family , 
and may leave a wife cohabiting with, or maintained by him, or 
living under his protection at the period of his decease, without 
an adequate provision for her support as hereafter specified, if, 
on the information which may be submitted by her, or in her behalf 
to the managers of the fund, it shall appear to the satisfaction of a 
general meeting of the subscribers that she is a proper object of the 
fund, a pension shall be assigned to her fromthe fund,under the pro- 
visions and with the limitations stated in the following article : pro- 
vided that nothing contained therein, or in any part of the rules 
of this institution, shall be considered to entitle to the benefits of 
it, any widow who may have been separated under a legal de* 
cision from her husband for misconduct on her part, or who may 
be known to have been living in a state of adultery, though not 
divorced or separated from him bylaw. 



CIVIL FUND. fgSti 

AjtT. XXIL Ftfst. If the widow, at die time of her husband's 
death, be nsidtat in India, and be left without an income 
exceeding one hundred Company's rupees per mensem, a pension 
ytbali be assigned to her from the fund of three hundred Com- 
jMuiy's nipees per mensem during her residence in India. If the 
widow be not resident in India at the time of her husband's death, 
or «haU afterwards quit India, and her income, from her hus- 
band's estate or otherwise, shall not exceed one hundred pounds 
sterling per annum, the pension to be assigned to her from the 
fund aball be thiee hundred pounds sterling per annum. 

Secondly. If the income of the widow, resident in India at the 
•death of her husband, be more than one hundred Company's ru- 
pees per mensem, but shall noc exceed four hundred per mensem 
daring her residence iu India, or if the widow be not resident in 
&dia.at the time of her husband's death, or shall afterwards quit 
India, and her income be more than one hundred pounds sterlini^ 
*per annum, but shall not exceed four hundred pounds sterling per 
juutum, the pension to be assigned to her from the fund shall be such 
«8will makettp herinemne to four hundred Company's rupees per 
fluosem dufing herTesidence in India, or four hundred pounds ster- 
lia^ per annum in Europe or elsewiiere. 

'Thirdly. In the event of a widow, to whom a pension 
xnay have been assigned from the fand, acquiring subsequently 
fay inheritance, bequest, or otherwise, any property or income 
v^ieh, with the property left on her husband's decease, and 
the pension received by her from tlie fund, may render her total 
Incame, including her pension from the fund, more than four 
hundred Company's rupees per mensem, during her residence in 
India, or more than four hundred pounds sterling per annum in 
£urope, or elsewhere, her pension from the fund shall be liable to 
cbaleinent hi proportion to the excess of her entire iucome, includ- 
ing the pension, above the sum specified ; or to be altogether diacon- 
tinued, in the event of her property or income, exclusive of the 
pension assigned to her from the fund, being equal to the full sum 
of iour hundred Company's rupees per mensem in India, or four 
lumdred pounds sterling^ per annum in Europe, or elsewhere. 

Fourthly. All pensions to widows shall be diseontinued on their 
le-TOBrriage. But in the event of their being again left in a state of 
widowhood without an adequate provision for their support, and of 
their appearing to beproper objects of this fund, they may be ag^aia 
admitted to the benefhs of it under the same provisions and limita- 
tflons as on their origiiail admission. 

Fifthly. The pensions to vridows, -who noay be admitted to the 
benefits of the fond, «hall he paid in advance half-yearly to tliem- 
flBlvea, or to their authorised a^nts, but the .aoknowledgment of 
the -vndoiw Jierself shall be tsdcen for all sums paid on her behalf, 
and shall coaiaina soiemn deelacation that her entire income, in- 
dudii^the pension receifved :by het, does not exceed the sum of 
tour faundiedCompany's rupees per'nscnsem if she be resident in In- 
dia, or four handxeA cpouBids aterling per annum 'if ske reside in 
fciii|ie, ar slseiivhene. lAjulit shall he incomtaent cm llie managers 

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228 BENGAL. 

to suspend the payment of the pension of any widows who may re- 
fuse to make such declaration, reporting the case for the decision of 
a general meeting of the subscribers. 

Art. XXIII. If any subscriber to the fund shall die without 
the means of proTi(itng for his family, and shall consequently 
■leave a cliild or children, bom in wedlock, without an adequate 
-provision for their maintenance and education, and if on the infor- 
mation, documents, or evidence which may be submitted on their 
behalf to the managers of the fund, it shall appear to the satis- 
faction of a general meeting of the subscribers that they are pro- 
per objects of the fund, an allowance for their maintenance and 
education shall be assigned from the fund under the provisions and 
limitations contained in the following article. 

Art. XXIV. First. If the child or children of the deceased 
subscriber shall be left without any provision from his estate or 
otherwise, the allowance for the education and maintenance of 
each child to be granted from the fund in India, or in Europe, shall 
be according to the age of the child, as follows, wia.— Till five yean 
of age, thirty Company's rupees per mensem in India, or thirty 
pounds sterling per annum in Europe ; from the commencement 
of the sixth year, to the end ot the eighth year, forty Company's 
rupees per mensem in India, or sixty pounds sterling per annum 
in Europe ; from the commencement of the ninth year, to the 
end of the eleventh year, fifty Company's rupees per mensem in 
India, or eighty pounds sterling per annum in Europe ; from the 
commencement of the twelfth year, sixty Company's rupees per 
mensem in India, or one hundred pounds sterling per annum in 
Europe. 

Secondly. If any provision be left by a subscriber for his child 
or children, or if after his death such child or children shall at 
any time become possessed of any property or income' by inheri- 
tance, bequest, or otherwise, but not such as to afiord the sums spe- 
cified for their education and maintenance, the allowance to be 
granted from the fund shall be such as, in addition to the pro- 
perty or income possessed by them, will make up the several sums 
above specified, according to their respective ages, and as they may 
be resident in India or in Europe. 

Thirdly. In the event of the property or income left to the 
child or children of a subscriber, at bis death, or which may 
subsequently devolve to, or be in any wise acquired by them, being 
such as to afford the amount specified for their education ami 
maintenance, they will not be entitled to any allowance from the 
fund ; and any allowances which may have been granted before 
such accession of property or income shall be discontinued. 

Fourthly. The allowances granted from the fund, for the main* 
tenance and education of children, shall be paid in advance half- 
yearly, to their guardians, or relatives having the care of them^ 
or to such persons as may be intrusted with the disbursement 
of the sums allotted for them, either by the managers of the 
fund in India, or by the agents to the fund in England, 
fifthly. The provision so made from the fund, for the main* 



CIVIL FUND. 224 

tenance and education of female children, shall cease on their mar- 
riage, and the provision for male children shall cease on their being 
settled in any profession, or employment, or on their attaining the 
age of twenty-one years, whichever shall first happen. 

Art. XXV. No family becoming hereafter dependent on the 
fund shall receive from the fund an allowance exceeding in all six 
hundred pounds sterling per annum, or in India six hundred 
Company's rupees per mensem, and the reduction shall be made 
rateably. 

Akt*. XXVI. First. It being the obvious duty of all persons 
. who have families, and possess property sufficient to provide for 
them, to make a proper testamentary provision for them, it shall 
be requisite, in all cases of application being made to the fund for 
assistance to the family of a deceased subscriber, that an authenti- 
cated copy of the will of the deceased, or if he shall have died in- 
testate, that a full and authentic statement of any property left by 
him, and of the legal heirs thereto, be submitted for the informa- 
tion of the managers and subscribers; and it is hereby declared 
that a general meeting of the latter duly held, according to the 
rules of the institution, shall have full power to reject the applica- 
tion for aid from the fund in any instance in which it may appear 
that a subscriber leaving property at his death, and having the 
power to dispose of it, has made no due provision for his family. 

Secondly. And in case it shall be proved to the conviction of a 
general meeting of subscribers that a deceased member of this fund 
has during his life-time, whether in immediate anticipation of his 
death or otherwise, made such a disposition of any part of his pro- 
perty, real or personal, as but for this rule would throw the entire or 
partial support of his widow or offspring upon the fund, who would 
not have been so supported by the fund had such part of his pro- 
perty not been so disposed of, with the intention thereby of bene- 
fiting any party at the expense of the funri, then the widow or 
offspring of such a member or both shall forfeit all right to any 
part of the support which would have been claimable if no such 
disposition had been made. 

Akt. XXVII. In addition to the information required by Arti- 
cles XX. and XXVI. to be furnished to the managers, before any 
allowance shall be granted from the fund to a widow, a solemn de- 
claration shall be made and subscribed according to such of the 
subjoined forms as may be applicable to the circumstances of the 
case. 

First. If the widow shall not have any offspring by tlie deceased, 
and shall not be possessed of any income except such as may he 
derived from personal property, the declaration to be made shall be 
according to the form C of the Appendix. 

Secondly. If the widow shall have any child or children living 
by her late husband, or if any child of his shall afterwards be bom, 
and neither she nor such child or children shall be possessed of any 
income, except such as may be derivable from personal property, 
the declaration to be made shall be according to the form D of the 
Appendix. 



2S5 BENGAU 

Thifdly. If the widc^ shall possess or be entitled to any in- 
COUK exckisiveof such as may be derivable from personal property, 
there shall be substituted for ettfaer of the preceding forms, the 
form E of the Appendix. 

Art. XXVill. Whatever real or personal property the widow 
or olftpring of a subscriber may be possessed of at the timeof appli- 
cation for admission to the benefits of obe civil fond shall be re- 
garded as an available soopce of income, and, as such, shall be 
taken into account at a just valuation, or according to the amount 
jvalizable by public sale, the income derivable ftom such property 
being calculated at a rate of interest at four per cem. per annum. 
But from the latter part of the above provision are to be excepted 
all monies vested in Bank of Bengal shares, Government notes, or 
oitrer public securities, the income arising from which shall be 
taken at what they actually yield. The same rule of calculation 
shall be adopted in the case of property of any description after- 
wards devolving on an incumbent on the fund. 

Art. XXIX. The declaration which by the sth clause of Article 
XXII. is required to be made half-yearly by widows viiio maybe 
admitted to the benefits of the fund sbaU be according to the form 
F of the Appendix. And in case a widow shall have acquired any 
fvopeity whatever subsequently to the date of her admission to the 
benefits of the fund, a specification thereof shall be subjoined to 
that declaration. 

Art, XXX. The mother, guardian, or other person, who may 
be in cbaige of any child or children entitled to a provision under 
Articles XXIII. and XXIV. of these rulesy or any other person who 
may be authorized to receive the same on account of such child or 
children before he or tiiey shall be enabled to receive the annuity 
payable, or any part thereof, shall take and subscribe a solemn de- 
«kuation according to the form O of the Appendix ; and if sach 
child or children shall have become entitled to any property yield- 
iag an income, the same shall be specified as provided ia that form. 

Art. XXXI. The several declarations required to be taken by 
the 5th clause of Article XXII. and by Articles XXVII. and XXX. 
shall be made before a justice of the peace, or other person com- 
petent to take the same, and such declaration shall be dated and 
signed on or subsequeot to the day on which the annuity is claim- 
able, and shall, in the event of the widow, guardian, or other per* 
aon entitled to receive the same being in Europe, be delivered to 
and left with the agents for the fund in England; or if such widow, 
guardian, or other person shall be in India, it shall be delivered to 
4md left with the managers of the fund for the time being. 

Art. XXXII. If a married or widows subscriber to the fund* 
continuing in the civil service, shall have proceeded to or remain in 
Sorope, odierwise than on furloiu^h allowance, he shall be per- 
mitted, in order to secure to his family the benefits of the institu* 
tion in the event of his death while absent from India, to pay ta 
the tend a monthly sobscripiion equal to that which he would havie 
beenrequired to pay if on forloogh aUowanoe : piovidedy faowevser, 
that no subscriber shall be permitted to avail himself of <he 



CIVIL FUND. 226 

Tule for any period exceeding five years from the date of his depar. 
ture from India, and that no subscription shall be received from him 
after the expiration of that period : provided farther, that should the 
average payments above described be discontinued for the period of 
one year consecutively, the same shall be held and deemed to be a 
resignation and abandonment of the institution, and the family of 
the subscriber shall not have any claim upon the fund, even upon 
payment of the arrears due, unless good and sufficient cause for the 
omission be shewn to the satisfaction of a majority of the sub- 
scribers at large. 

Art. XXXIII. If a subscriber to the fund who has served 
twenty-two years in India retires'from the service,or if, having served 
ten years in India, he retires from ill health, and at the time ot 
retirement, as above stated, shall have contributed by his previous 
payments to the fund, inclading interest, the sum of twenty.five 
thousand Ck>mpany's rupees, or if, on his quitting the service, he 
shall pay to the fund what may be wanting to complete his contri- 
bution to that amount, such contribution shall entitle the family of 
such subscriber on his death to the benefits of the institution, under 
the several provisions herein-before stated, or such as may hereafter 
be established, in like manner as if his death had taken place during 
his residence and actual subscription to the fund in India. The 
fiunily of any subscriber to the fund who may die during hit tem- 
porary absence from India on leave shallbe considered entitled to the 
benefits of the fund under the existing rales. Subscribers in India 
who may cease to receive any public allowances shall be considered 
as having retired from the service from the date of their allowances 
ceasing. In all cases, not expressly provided for, it shall be at the 
option of the subscribers at large to admit or reject the claim of any 
subscriber or his family, and such decision, duly passed, shall be 
final and conclusive. 

Art. XXXIV. In the event of any subscriber to the fund dis- 
continuing his monthly subscription thereto for the period of one 
entire year, he shall be considered to have withdrawn from the fund 
altogether, and his family shall not, in the event of his death, have 
any claim upon the institution ; provided, however, that in all such 
cases it shall be the duty of the managers to cause a written com- 
munication to be made by the secretary to such subscriber, inform- 
ing him that his name has been strack o€F the fund ; and provided 
further, that it shall be competent to a general meeting of the sub- 
scribers to re-admit such member, on his appealing to the sub- 
scribers at large, and shewing what in their opinion shall be good 
and sufficient cause for his having omitted to comply with the rules 
of the fund. 

Art. XXXV. If a subscriber to the fund shall be suspended 
from the service of the Hon. Company, and shall die during the 
period of his suspension, his widow and children shall be entitled to 
the benefits of the institution in like manner as if he had not been 
suspended, provided he continue to pay at the rate fixed on his 
actual allowances under Article IV. 

Art. XXXVl. If a subscriber to the fund shall be dismissed 



227 BENGAL. 

fiom the service of the Hon. Company, in the event of his death, 
his widow and children shall have no claim to the benefits of the 
iastitudon, and he shall not be allowed to retain any interest in tbe 
fiand by making any payment whatever. 

Art. XXXVII. Any person -admitted into the Bengal civil ser- 
vice, with permission to take rank in that service s^ve anypersoa 
that has been a subscriber to the fund for a longer period than one 
year, shall not be entitled to become a subscriber to the fund except 
upon the following conditions : «ts. 

First. If the individual so circumstanced shall be unmarried, he 
shall not become a member of the fund except on condition of 
bis paying to the treasurer, within a period not exceeding six 
taoiTtfas bora his commencing to receive salary from the Bengal 
Go^ermnent, a som of money equal to the average amount <^ the 
aggregate siibscriptions of the unmarried members in whose year 
the individual wishing to subscribe may rank in the Bengal civil 
aervicc^ with interest thereon at the rate of five per cent, per annum. 

Sccon(fly. If the indivtdoal so circumstanced shall be married, 
or>be a widower having a. chiki or children, he shall not become a 
member of -the fund, cxcq>t on condftioa of his paying to the treft- 
Yarer> within a. period of six months from his commencing to receive 
a salaiy from the Bengal Government, a sam of money equal tt> 
tlie average aMiount of the aggr^ate subscriptions of the married 
members, retaining acontfnge&t interest in the fund, in whose year 
the indivMlusl wishing to subscribe may rank in the Bengal civil 
maviccf with mterest thereon at the rate of five per oent.per annum. 

Thirdly. Any applicant g;iving to the secretary of the fiind a 
written authority for the deduction of twenty per cent, from his fift- 
tnre monthly allowaaces until the sums due from him under the 
above mies with interest at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum be 
paid up, shall be considered as having fulfilled the conditions re- 
•quired of him; provided alwa3rs, that his feimtly sliall not benefit 
faoat the fund if he ^quit the service before paying «p the whole 
.amooat dne from him. 

fkniithiy. The managers are authorised to admit applicants in 
the first instance agreeably to the foregoing xules, but in all such 
•cases the appUcatioa shall W submitted for confirmation at the 
«ext genecal meetiqg* 

fifthly. All oases and questions iMt expressly provided for by 
these rales shall be submitted by the managers for the votes of t\\c 
^8abscrU)er8 at large> whose decistons thereon shall be final. 



APPENDIX. 

Forpi A qf General Proxy. 

If A* B,y do hereby authorize and appoint C. D, to vote for me 
upon all questions to be determined at the general meetings of the 
aabscribers to the civil fund, and I hereby bind myself to abide by 
the vote to be given in my behalf, the same as if 1 myself had been 
•present and voted at aoch meeting. (Signed) A. B. 



CIVIL FUND. 228 

Form B nf Special Proxy. 
I, A, B.y do hereby appoint C.I>. to vote for mc on all questions 
arising on the proposition to be decided upon at the general meet- 
ing of the subscribers to the civil fund, appointed to be held on the 

(Signed) A. B. 

Form C. referred to in Article XXVII. 
I, A. B. (of the age of years), now resident at 

the widow of C, JDo formerly a civil servant on the Bengal 
establishment in the East Indies, do hereby solemnly and sincerely 
declare that I am not possessed of or entitled to any property from 
which I can derive the smallest income, with the exception of the 
personal property of which a rough schedule is amiexed ; and that^ 
with the exception stated, ihy sole dependance for support is on 
the annuity to be granted to me from the civil fixnd erf that esti- 
biishment. (Signed) A. B. 

Acknowledged and declared 1 

at this day of V 

before me,^ 
The above declaration is to be accompanied by a rough schedule 
of any personal property possessed by the widow, and of its esti- 
mated value, under the general heads of valuable plate, household 
fnmitnre, equipages, ftc. but vrithout any more detailed statement^ 
and shewing the estimated total amount possessed by the widow, 
afiet payiBcnt of any debts for which such pioperty may be liable. 

Form D. referred to m Article XXVII. 
I, A. B. (of the age of y«i«)j now resident at 

tbe widow of C. 2>., formerly a civil servant on the Bengal establish- 
mentin the Eaut Indies, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declate, 
ttat the sud C, D. left surviving hfm one child named 

now alive, and of tlie age of years (or if more 

HsKti one child their names and several ages to be stated) ; and that 
I am not, nor is (or are) the said child (or children) at this time 
possessed of or entitled to any property from which I or the said 
child ror children) can derive the smallest income, vrith the excep- 
tion of the personal property of which a rough schedule is annexed ; 
and that, with the exception stated, my sole dependance and Chat 
of the said child (or children) for support is on the annuities to ho 
granted to me and to the said child (or children) from the civil fund 
of that establishment. (Signed) A. B. 

Acknowledged and declared 
this day 

before me, 
Here a schedule of property to be annexed, as in form C. 

Form E. referred to in Article XXVII. 
1, A. B., of the age of years (describing her residence 

and naming her late husband as before), do hereby solemnly and 
sincerely declare, that the said (7. Z>. left surviving him one child 
named now alive, and of the age of 

years (or if more than one child, state their several names and ages)» 
and that neither I nor my child (or children) above named are at 



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229 BENGAL. 

• 
this time possessed of or entitled to any property yielding, or capa- 
ble of yielding, a greater annual income than pounds sterling ; 
and I do further declare that the sources of the said annual income 
are truly stated below, and that beyond the amount which is or may 
be thence derived, the sole support of myself and of the said child 
(or children) is the assistance I expect to receive from the civil fund 
of that establishment. (Signed) A. B. 

Acknowledged and declared, &c. 

Here state the sources from which such income may be derived. 

Form F. referred to in Article XXIX. 
I, A, B., now residing at widow of (7. Z>., formerly a civil 

servant on the establishment of Bengal in the East Indies, do here- 
by solemnly and sincerely declare that I have not become possessed 
x>f any property or income since the date when the annuity was 
granted to me from the civil fund of that establishment, excepc 
such as is below specified ; and that my entire income, including 
the pension received from that fund, does not at this time exceed 

rupees or pounds sterling. 

(Signed) A. B. 
Acknowledged and declared, &c. 

Here to be specified any property yielding, or capable of yielding^ 
an income, since acquired; or, if none acquired, to be so specified. 

Form G. referred to in Article XXX. 

I, A. B, (mother, guardian or relative) of the child (or children) 
of C. />., formerly a civil servant on the establishment of Bengal in 
the East Indies, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare, that fhere 
enter at full length the names and ages of the child or children of 
the deceased) a child (or children) of the said C, Z>., is (or are) at 
this time alive, and that to the best of my knowledge and belief he 
(or she) has (or have) not (nor has either or any of them) to this day 
become entitled to or possessed of any additional property or income 
since the date when the annuity (or annuities) was (or were) first 
granted to him (or her or them) from the civil fund of that esta- 
blishment, excepting such as is here below specified. 

(Signed) A. B. 

Acknowledged and declared, &c. 
Here to be specified as in form F. 



BENGAL. 230 



MILITARY FUND. 

Established 1st November 1 824. 

Directors. {Elected 23 Jan. 1843). 

Major H .P. Burn, president. 



Lieut. CoL F. Hawkins, C.B. 
Major W. R. Fitzgerald (Eng.) 
Capt. G. T. Marshall (35 N.L) 

G. T. Greene (Eng.) 

— — J. R. Lumley. 

W. Rutherford. 



Cap(. A. Sanders (44 N.L) 
Lieut. A. Broome (Art.) 
Surg. A. Garden. 
^— J. Forsyth. 
Rev. J. Charles. 
H. S. Fisher. 



Secretary-^Captain R. B. Brittridge. 
Agtnttfor the Fund in England, 
Messrs. Cockerell & Co., Austin Friars. 

Regulations. 

Corrected 1st November, 1843. 

Section L — Admission of Subscribers, 
Art. 1. The foHuwiug description uf persons, and they alone, 
are eligible to be subscribers to the Bengal Military Fund. 

1st. Officers or cadets in the military service of the Honour- 
able Company under the Presidency of Fort William. 
2d. Chaplains of the Bengal establishment. 
3d. Officers of the Bengal medical establishment. 
4th. Officers of the Bengal establishment on the retired list. 
2. Individuals of the descriptions enumerated in the iirst article, 
who entered the service previous to SOth August, 1826, and who 
have hitherto not become subscribers, shall only be admissible oo 
4he following conditions t 

1st. That the application for admission be accompanied by 
the certificate of two surgeons, that the person desiring to 
subscribe is then, to the best of their knowledge, in good 
health. This certificate being confirmed by the declaration 
to the same effect, from the person so applying to be ad- 
mitted. Applications from married officers being also 
accompanied by a certificate of their marriage, and intima- 
tion of the correct age of the parties. 
2d. That donation and arrears of subscription, according to 
the rank at the time of admission, be paid with compound 
interest on those sums accumulated half yearly, at the rate 
of eight per cent, per annum. The arrears to commence 
from the date of the institution of the fund, or from the 
entrance of the person into the service, if subsequent to the 
institution of the same, and prior to the SOth August, 1826. 

U 



231 BENGAL. 

If the arrears are paid by instalments (which are not to 
exceed twelve monthly payments from the date of admis- 
sion), interest at 8 per cent, per annum to be charged on 
all intermediate balances. 

3. A subscriber withdrawing from the fund, forfeits, ipsofaciOf 
all claims to its benefits, as also tlie amount of his donation and 
subscription, and all other sums which he jui^ ■ba:ve paid up to 
the period of his secession. Should he afterwards be desirous of 
again becoming a subscriber, he will be admissible on the same 
terms as a new subscriber, w described in Ibe fiitcond axticle4>-^ 
Note, — ^Tfais aifticle is applicable to volantaiy •nbsoribers only, 

4. Subscribers who .may -retire from t\m «enrjce cm tlie 'pre- 
scribed pension td tbdr janks, or in ill-healtb, before cntitkd 
thereto, or who >may return permanently or upon fmlough <to 
Europe, shall mot forfeit their title to the benefits ftf the fund, 
provided they coDtiiraethe regular payments of monthly subscrip- 
tion of their ranks, agreeably to the rates laid down for each 
rank in Table No. 2. 

5. Subscribers not in ill-health retiring from the service before 
they are entitled to the full pension of their rank, shall not forfeit 
all claims on the Institution^ provided they continue lo pay the 
Indian rates of subscription of their respective Tanks. 

6. Officers are permitted to subscribe according to army rank, 
on furnishing the prescribed certificate of health, subscription, 
and donation, as in every other case, being calculated from date 
of such rank.—- Under this rule, medical officers xm^ subscribe as 
captains after fifteen years' service. 



Section U.-^Donatvms and Sulscriptions to lepcUd to the Bengal 

Military FuncL 

7. All subscribers to pay a donation or pramium on 'eDtarii^ 
4fae fund, agreeably to the rates speciAed in the acoom|)aiiying Table 
No. L, and shall also allot for the support of the fund» as long 'as 
they shall continue subscribers, the monthly snms specified in I'able 
<No. II. agreeably to their rank, whether in India or Europe. The 
subscription of cadets to be calculated at the rank <of -ensign. Sub- 
scripcion by medical officers in the several grades attached to the 
1st, 2nd and 3rd classes is eompalsory, .uBless the privilege under 
asticle 8 has been embraced. 



MILITARY FUND. 



S39 



Tumble L — ji^meurU of the Prtmium or DomaUom. payable hy the 

different Ranks, 





Married. 


Unmarried. 


On 


On 


On 


On 1 


On 




Joinfaig. 


promotion. 


Joining, promotion. 


matriage. 


St.Ks. 


SlRs. 


SlBs. 


St.IU. 


St. Rs. 


Cols, and 18 Surgs. 












Ist Class 


3480 


579 


700 


140 


3130 


Lieut. Cols, and 18 










» 


Surga. 2d Ciass . 


2001 


514 


560 


140 


1721 


MaJ8.,Cbaplns.,aDd 












18 Sarg8.3d Class 


1162 


414 


420 


120 


932 


Ca|^t3.andSurg8.aiid 












AssisL Cbapbu. 


556 


364 


300 


120 


406 


Lieuto. and Assist. 












SucgeoasaadVet. 




1 








Sargeous 


360 


120 


180 


60 


180 


Cornei8,2d- Lieuts., 












and Eougus.. .. 


. 2iiy 


mM 


120 


"^ 


120 



Tabie II.— ^motml o/ MwUhly SubteripHone of the difercni 



Colonels and 18 Surgeons 1st Class 
iiieut. Colonels and 18 Surgeons 

2d Class 

Majors, Chaplains, and 18 Sur- 
geons 3d Class 

Capts.andSurg8.andAssist.Cbaplns 
Lieutenants and Assistant Surgeons 

and Vet. Surgeon8> 

Cornets, Second-Lieutenants, and 
Ensigns 



If in India. 



Unmarr Married 



Ra. A.P.Ra.A. P. 
25 050 



18^0 036 01 



In Ebrope. 



Unmarr 



£, ». d. 

1 10 



jC. «. d. 

3 

2 

1 12 
I 1 Ol 



5 010 6 60 13 



14 0;28 1^ 
8 0.16 0.0 10 6 



Married, 



400 8000 5 3^0 10 « 



8. The fcltowjng rules have effect from ist January, 1837: 

1st. AJl members who have served 32 years may subscribe as 

colonels, all who have served 27 as lieut.-colonels, all who 

have served 22 as majors, all who have served 12 as cap- 

taios, and all janior officeis as lieutenants. 

2d. Medical officers aud veterinary officers may subscribe as 



235 BENGAL. 

tion, without forfeiture of the rights of the subscription ; bat on 
the removal of such incapacity, and upon the receipt of pay, the 
arrears are to be made good within six months, with interest at 8 per 
cent, per annum for any time beyond that period. But if the inca* 
pacity to pay proceed from any other cause, dependant upon the 
choice or conduct of the individual, such as furlough extended on 
private affairs, or any penal sunpeusion from rank and pay, not 
only shall the arrears so accumulated be paid within the above 
term, but compound interest charged at 8 per cent, per annum on 
the amount. 

Section III.'— Benefits derivable Jrotn the Bengal Military Fund. 
Art«15. The benefits derivable from the Military Fund are twofold : 
1st. Such as are granted by the regulations to subscribers 
while living. 

2d. Such as are granted to widows of deceased subscribers. ' 
Art. 16.Thebenefitgranted to subscribers while alive are coni>idered 
personal, and subject to the decision of the directors for the time 
being, who will be guided in their decision on each claim by the 
regulations of the fund, except when they have reason to entertain 
doubts with respect to any such claim ; it will in such rases be (heir 
duty to call for further information from the claimant ; and, if 
this information should not be satisfactory to the directors, they 
are authorized to withhold tlie payment of the claim. 

Art. 1 7. A subscriber of whatever rank, who may proceed to Europe 
on sick certificate, and who may not be allowed passaee-money 
from Government, shall be authorized to apply to the Military Fund 
for the sum of sicca rupees l,5G7-9-l to defray the expense, pro- 
vided his application shall be accompanied by a sincere and solemn 
declaration that he does not possess the sum of rupees 5,000, or 
property of any description to that amount ; and also shall be 
entitled on his return to India to receive from the ageuis in* 
England the sum regulated for the outward passage* on the pro- 
duction of a similar declaration. 
Art.l8. A subscriber so proceedingtoEugland on sick certificate shall 
be authorized to apply for thefurthersum of rupees 300 for his equip- 
ment,h is application being accompanied bya solemn and sinceredecla^ 
ration of his not being possessed of the sum of rupees 2,000, or pro- 
perty of any description to that amount ; but no allowance will in 
any case be made for equipment to a subscriber returning to India. 

N.B. The benefits held out in the two preceding articles should 
Reapplied for when claimable; and no claim will be admitted^ 
which is not preferred within twelve months from date of furlough. 

Art. 19. Subaltern ofBcers proceedingtoEugland on sick certificate 
who shall make a solemn and sincere declaration that they do not 
possess property from any source (exclusive of pay and pension 

• Colonels j£300 

Lieutenant-Colonels and Majors r50 

Captains 125 

Subalterns ? ||o 



MILITARY FUND. 



836 



for wounda) that will enable him to expend ;f50 per annam« 
shall be allowed that sum annually during the period of receiving 
English pay on furlough. The declaration to be renewed annually. 

N.B. The possession of Company's rupees 1,500, or £150, pre- 
clades all claim to the aboye allowance. 

Art. 20. It having, however, been deemed necessary to set limits to 
the claims for gratuitous passage-money, equipment allowance, and 
income to subscribers proceeding to Eugland on sick certificate, 
no subscriber shall conseqnently be entitled to this indulgence 
more than ouce in eight years, reckoning from the renewal of 
Indian subscription. 

21. Subscribers proceeding to England from any place not under 
the presidency of Bengal, shall be entitled to the personal benefits 
which have been above enumerated, provided they shall have com- 
plied with the local regulations, and shall make immediate com- 
munication of the circumstances to the directors of the fund. 

22. The second class of benefits, namely, those granted to 
widows of deceased subscribers, are absolute, not dependant on 
the decision of the directors, but controlled solely by the regu- 
lations of the institution. 

23. The widows of deceased subscribers shall be entitled tO' 
receive the annuities specified in the anuexed table. 



TABLE ihemng the Amount of Pension to Widotos (during their 

fVidowhood) of each Rank, 



In India, 
per Month. 



Widow of a Colonel and 18 Surgeons, 
1st class • 

of a Lieutenant-Colonel and 18* 



Surgeons, 2d class 

of Majors, Chaplains, and 18 



Surgeons, 3'rd class 

of Captains and Surgeons and As- 



sistant Chaplains 

of Lieutenants, Assistant-Sur- 



geons ^ud Veterinary Surgeons 

of Comets, 2d-Lieutenants, and 



Ensigns 



Rs. A. P. 

238 6 5 

190 11 6 

143 7 

95 5 9 

71 3 1 

56 9 8 



In England, 
per Annum. 



342 3 9 

273 15 

205 6 3 

136 17 6 

102 3 9 

81 5 



Provided that nothing contained herein, or in any other part of 
these rules of the institution, shall be considered to entitle to the 
benefits of it any widow who may have been legally divorced or 
separated from her husband for adultery, or who, at the period of 
her husband's demise, may have quitted his protection, and be 
]iving in a state of notorious adultery, though not divorced or 



SS7 BEKe^AL. 

separated from IMnt bf law, dr who subsequent M' her hasbandf^ 
decease may be Ihring m a aotorious state of iocontineoce. 

24. If a widow pensioner on the fand marries, her pension i»te 
cease during her eovertnre; bat in tlie event of ber agarn becoming 
a widow, she shall be re-adantted to ail the benefits she may have 
enjoyed from the fund doriBg her first fndowhuod, in lilce manner 
as if she had not re-married, bin soiijeet of ceurse to> all the limi^ 
tations and condHions prescribed bf the regulations in the fisst 
instance. Tf the second husband sbaD also have been a subscriber 
to the fand, the widow will receive, however, only one annuity, 
taking that which may be the greatest ; that is to say, according to 
the rank of the finst or second husband, whichever may be the 
higher. 

25. Every widow benefiting by the Military Fund-, and not pro*- 
vided with a passage ta Enrope- at the exiiense of Government^ 
shall be entitled (for one passage only) to an aUivwance of rapces 
1,567-9-1, the claim to be determined by the following rule:— 

If the money possessed by a widow exceed the sum of 12,000 
rnpees, the same being available for immediate expenditure and 
entirely at her disposal, she shall not be entitled to the benefit of 
passage-money. In like manner, although not immediately avail- 
able, nor at her disposal, if the yearly interest of such money 
exceed the sum of £6S 8 9, the claim to passage-money will be 
disallowed. Widows in Europe at the time of their husbands 
death, are not entitled to passage money on returning to India, or 
again visiting Europe. 

26. Should the fund, however, at any period fall short of the 
demands upon it, so that the annual income will not defray the 
amount of the annuities and other claims, then it shall be in the 
power of the directors, after submission to the array, to make a 
proportionate deduction from tbe annuity of each annuitant, ex- 
eepting always the piesent annuitants of tbe Bengal Widows' 
Fund, and from the payments to other claimantsabove the rank of 
subaltern, until the ststte of the fund shall afford the means of 
complete payment ; when, if a surplus income exists, tlie arrears 
shall be made good from the amount of tbe surplus, but not 
otherwise. 

Section IV,— Generai Reguiations, 

27. The Bengal Military Fund is to be administered by a presi- 
dent and twelve directors, to be chosen' annually, on or about the 
I5th of January, by a general meeting of all subscribers who may 
be present at the presidency. Subscribers who may be absent 
from the presidency may vote for directors by proxy, on address- 
ing to the secretary letters containing the names of the persons for 
whom tliey wish to vote, or by transmitting such, names under 
their signature to the general meeting by the Itaml of any other 
subscriber. The directors who shall be finind'dttly elected sh«ll 
then eiioose their president frona amoogst themselves. The pra^ 
else day and place of meeting shall be^uetified by the pfesident^ 
iu Che Govemmeut Gazette, at least tiw oUendar mouths br^«ii«* 
hand* 



MILITARY FUND. ggg 

28. At the annual meetings, the accounts of the faud, and pro- 
ceedings of the directors for the past year, shall be laid before the 
meeting, for inspection and approval by the subscribers present, 
who were not of the direction ; after which the meeting at lai^e 
will proceed to choose directors for the ensuing twelve monthe. 
The accounts to be published for general information. 

29. The directors of the past year are eligible to be re-elected. 

30. All subscribers who may have contributed to the fund by 
paying donations and subscriptions in their respective ranks, during 
six continued months before any meeting, are entitled to attend to 
examine the accounts and proceedings, and to vote for directors. 

31. In the event of a vacancy in the office of directors occur- 
ring, in the intermediate period between two annual meetings, the 
directors may choose a successor from amongst the subscribers at 
the presidency, who may be eligible to the office. 

32. On occasions ofanyparticularand important business which 
may necessarily require the opinion of the society at large, special 
meetings will be called of the subscribers at the presidency (others 
voting by proxy) as provided for in Article 27. Or if any alleged 
mismanagement, or other emergent cause, should occur to any 
twelve subscribers to require the notice of the society at large, a 
special meeting shall be summoned by the president on the writ- 
ten requisition of such twelve subscribers under the forms above 
prescribed. 

33. The directors shall have a secretary chosen by themselves^ 
who also shall be an accountant, with an establishment, upon 
such allowances as shall be deemed adequate to the respective 
duties. 

34. The secretary will be expected to have an office at his own 
residence for the accommodation of the meetings of the directors, 
for the preservation of the records, and for the purpose of afford* 
ing access to the officers of the army at large to the books of the 
institution. 

35. Tlie directors of the fund will hold regular monthly meet- 
ings ; but no meeting of the directors consisting of a smaller num- 
ber than five shall be competent to the transaction of business ; 
and it will rest with any director, or with the secretary, to repre- 
sent the occurrence of such necessity to the president, who will 
convene a special meeting within ten days from the date of bis- 
receiving the application : but no special meeting shall be called 
with the view of reconsidering resolutions which may have been 
already adopted by a former meeting of directors, unless at the 
requisition of a number of directors greater than that which at- 
tended such meeting. 

36. The secretary will invariably lay before the directors, either 
at the regular or special meetings* all letters that may have been 
received by him since the last meeting. Minutes of the proceed- 
ings of all meetings will be recorded and authenticated by the sig- 
natures of the directors present. The secretary will also submit 
to the directors who attended, drafts of all the letters which in 
those meetings he may have been desired to write. Iietters de-^ 



ggg BENGAL* 

ixHinctiBg an immediate anftwer, when such may be of an ordinary 
natarfy may be replied to by ttie secretary, without waiting for a 
meefciag of the directors ; bat every letter proposed to be dis- 
patched by the secretary, must previously receive the special sanc- 
tioo of one directoc, s4f oified by his initials to the drafts, which 
will be sent to hiai £ae coiisideraUon* 

37. The secretary wiU keep the set of books in use in the Mill, 
tafy Widows' Fund, Hodec ittstructiouA which he may receive from 
time t« time from the directors of the fand^ 

38. The books and eorrespondence of the fund shall be at all . 
times open to the inspection. of subscribers., 

39. When, any new regulation shall appear to the directors to 
be adTiBsd>le, soch legulation shall be circulated to corps for con- 
sideration, and. the a^mative or negative of the. majority of indi- 
vidual votes (to be asfiertAined at the expiration of four mouths) 
shaii decide its adoption or rejection. 

40V If any subscriber or ckimauton the fund shall be desirous 
tD' appeal from the decision of the directors to that of the sub* 
scribers at largvy upoa* aay subject which may not be speoifically. 
defined by the reg^Iatiotts,, such appeal,, provided it be approved 
by three darectoos*. shall- be inferred by the directors and decided 
upon in the maotter prescrilied in the preceding article, and the 
decision upon such appeal, or that of tlie directors in cases not 
appealable, shall be Anal in all cases whatever; any further 
agitation of the question,, by a process of law or othevwise, being 
deemed in itself tt^be.'au absolute, forfeiture of alii claim on the 
foiid* 

41. When a reference shall be made to the subscribers at large 
respecting etdier aprcposed regulation,, or an appeal, theresult of 
sach reference shall be commmnicated to corpsvfor the information 
of subscsibersb 

42. Grenevally all paymanta dua £rom the fund are made quarterly 
in England, and monthly in India, but in cases when pensioners 
«r claimants on the fund ace about to embark for £urope» all 
arrears are ta be paid up to^tlie end of the preceding month. 

43. Any arrear which may be due to the fund, by a subscriber 
or by air annuitant who may have received an. over-payment, shall 
in all cases be deducted from* the first payments to be made from 
the fund to the persoi» owing such* asrear; 

44. All income derived fiHim the.Beng3l Military Fuud is de^ 
elared to be unalienable,, and the fact of attempting the alienation 
of SBch income in any maouer,. or under any pretence, shall be 
deemed in itself a fovfieituse of all future hene^ from the fund» 

45. If a subscriber who may be dismissed from the service, by 
9 court-nsartial or otherwise, ahaU afterwards be restored to the 
acrriee, he shall be Be-admisaibift tor the fund on payment of the 
arrears that majF have aecumulated^ with compound interest 
thereon, in. the same: manner ae if h« bad- suffered only temporary 
svspensioa. See Art. 14*. 

46. AU prcpefty bcloagiag lo the Military Fuad at any period 
shali be invariably vested- iatibitUouattrable Company's securities; 



MILITARY FUND. 2*0 

the oecessity for retaining any balance is now dispensed with. 
All contributions from subscribers generally, must be made through 
the pay department or public treafiurjes. Private drafts are pro- 
hibited. 

47. The businetftof tbefund in Europe shall be c<»nducted through 
che agency of Messrs. Cocker-ell and Co.« who will from time to 
time receive the necessary instructions for their guidance, and to 
whom such applications will be preferrod «« cannot with equal 
convenience be submitted to the directors of the fund in India. 

fioU, — The secretary will continue to give notice fa all practi- 
cable cases where arrears are due, but at the same time sobscri* 
bers muiSt attend to their own interests, and take care that the 
prescribed donations and stlbscriptions are tvgularly paid to pre- 
vent arrears, as the interests of the fund cannot be afllowed to-soffn: 
from the omiasiOBs of subscribers, or from a want of acquaintance 
with the rules of the institution. 



Printed Forms of Certificates and DeclaraHont to It had of ikt 

Agents for the And in England, 



g41 BENGAL. 



MILITARY JORPHAN SOCIETY, 

Governor, the Commander-in-chief. 
Deputy governor, Rev. H. S. Fisher. 

General Management. 



Surg. J. Johnstone, M.D. 
J. W. Kaye, Esq. 
R. M. M. Thomson, Esq. 
C. C. Egerton, Esq. 



Capt. E. Wintle (7i N.I.) 

— H. A. Boscawen (54 N.I.) 

— H. Goodwyn (Eng.) 

A. S. Waugh do 

The Rev. W. H. Meiklejohn 

Secretary, Treasurer, and Chaplain, Rev. J. McQueen. 

j4gent in England— -Major Wm.Turner,0o, Cornhill, (from whom 
every information respecting the society may be obtained). 



The following is the form of affidavit to be sworn to, in all 
cases of application for admission to the Upper Orphan School, 
and transmitted to the secretary, with copy of will and of account^ 
to shew fully the condition of the father's estate : 

*' A. B. maketh oath and saith, that was well acquainted 

with C. D., late a major or captain, &c., in the military service 
of the India Company, deceased, father of 

, born 

, born 
Infant, orphan, or orphans, for whom application has been made 
for admission on the foundation Orphan Society, and with 

the circumstances and fortune of the said deceased ; and this de- 
ponent further saith, that to the best of his (this deponent's) 
Icnowledge, information, and belief, the 8a!d not by 

inheritance, bequest, charitable subscription, or otherwise, pos- 
sessed of any sum or sums of money, or other property, to an 
^■amount exceeding the sum of Company's rupees* or 

.£ sterling, save and except what the said may 

become entitled unto in consequence of admission upon the 

.said foundation, and that the provision by will or settlement for 
the mothfM- of the said is not at variance with Rules 168, 

169, and 170 of the Upper Orphan Society Code." 

•* Sworn before me 1 
4Akh day of I (Signed) " A. B." 

It /•J 

(Signed) «E. F. 

"Magistrate," 



MILITARY ORPHAN SOCIETV. 242 

Quota according to Rank of Officers who contribute to the Fund* 

Monthly* St.IU. Per annum. 

Major and cliaphiu ^ ;^13 10 

Captain,surgeon, commissary of ordnance. • 6 9 
Subaltern, assistant-surgeon, and deputy 

commissary of ordnance 3 4 10 

Conductor of ordnance 1 8 ^^ 

N.B. It was optional with the officers of the ranks superior to 
that of major to continue or discontinue their subscriptions ; these 
being hy the original law of the society voluntary and discretional. 
The following proportionate scale of monthly contributions has 
since been established for the different classes of persons coming 

under this description, viz. 

Per annum. 

Lleut.-colouel, and superintending surgeon. . • • ;^12 to ^I 8 

Colonel, and member medical board 15 22 10 

General officer not on the staff. 15 18 

General officer on the staff 18 27 

And by a regulation of the Honourable Court of Directors, all 
cadets appointed to this presidency subsequently to the 8th April, 
1807, are compelled to enter into a stipulation to contribute to 
the fund according to the foregoing rates, upon reaching the 
higher ranks. A great majority of those subscribers, who were 
not under any stipulation to continue their contributions after 
promotion to lieutenant-colonel, have, on attaining that rank, 
signified their assent to contribute on the above scale; and those 
who have declined subscribing after having attained the rank of 
lientenant^olonel, are, hy decision of the army, regarded as hav- 
ing thereby forfeited all claims on the institution. 

Jiegulationsjbr the Admisiion oj Orphans* 

That no child possessed of any property shall be admitted, unless 
the amount shall be lodged for its use and benefit in the society's 
funds. 

That no child of any subscriber, dying intestate, shall be 
admitted, if on inquiry there shall appear to have been (after pay- 
ment of lawful debts, an adequate provision made for the mother) 
property remaining to the estate, equal to making a provision for, 
and which might have been bequeathed to, such a child. 

In any case when an officer may die, leaving a natural 
born child or children, and possessed of property not yufllcient 
to preclude the children from the benefits of the institution, and 
such officer shall not by will make such reasonable provision for 
these children as his circumstances may enable him, such children 
shall not be entitled to the benefits of the institution. 

That when, in the will of any subscriber, part only of his 
children are provided for, and others either excluded by name, or 
otherwise not noticed in its provisions, such omission arising nia- 
nifestly out of the intention of the testator, such exclusion or 

X 



£4S BENOAL. 

omission shall be considered to invalidate the claims of all the 
children on the institution. 

That all cases of capricious or unequal provision, which by 
favouring the mother preferably to the children, or one child in 
prefereuce to another, shall appear calculated to throw all or any 
part of a subscriber's family on the fund, shall be considered 
to invalidate the claims of all. 

That any provision by will or settlenrent for the widow of a 
subscriber greater than 3-5ibs (three-fifths) of the property to 
be devised when there shall be only one child ; { (one-half) where 
there shall be two, and l-3d (one-third) where there shall be any 
greater number of children than two ; the remainder being in all 
cases considered the property of the cluld, or (In equal portions) 
of the children, shall be considered unequal, agreeably to the 
two foregoing articles, and invalidate the claims of the children 
accordingly. Provided always, that a provisioii for the widow, te 
the amount of 12,000 sicca rupees (sicca rupees twelve thousand), 
shall not be held to invalidate the claims of the child or childreiiy 
although such sum. may be more than three-fifths, one-half, or 
one-third of the property devised. The widow may likewise pos- 
sess a further sum of 12,000 sicca rupees if derived from other 
sources than property left by her husband, as from her own 
parents, father, brother, &c., or the subscription of her friends ; 
and in case that less than 12,000 rupees should be left by her 
husband, such sum as shall not exceed t» aU the amount of 
24,000 rupees, without the claim of the orphans upon the fund 
being thereby aflected. 

That in all cases of children born not in wedlock, any 
provision for the mother exceeding sicca rupees 30 (sicca rupees 
thirty), if a native; if European, sicca rupees 50 (sicca rupees 
fifty), per month, the principal of such sum in all cases to be se- 
cured to the child or children, shall be considered in the same 
light as the above, and invalidate all claims upon the foundation. 

That subscriptions for the families of deceased subscribers 
are in all cases to be regarded as available sources of relief to the 
funds of the society, and in that view are to be considered of, and 
judged by the foregoing rules, in the same manner as auy other 
disposable property ; with this only eofception, that, whereas such 
subscriptions are for a joint benefit, and lodged in the hands ai 
trustees, it shall not be indispensable that the orphans' portions 
(estimated as above) be paid as capital sums into the society's 
funds ; but it shall be suflScient that the interest upon them be 
from time to time duly paid by the said trustees into the society's 
treasury, so long as the orphans continue an expense to the insti* 
tution,'to be appropriated to tlieir maintenance, whether in Eu- 
rope or in India. 

That should such children be allowed to remain with parent 
or friend^ the interest on their said portions will be calculated \u 
pai't payment of the regulated monthly allowance, the society re* 
gularly paying or receiving the balance; but should they be placed 



MILITARY ORPHAN SOCIETY. 



244 



at Kidderpore, or under the management in England, tlie amount 
of interest on their several shares (calculated as above) must be 
paid into tiie funds of the society, on failure of which payment 
during a period exceeding 12 mouths, the said orphans shall b« 
liable to be struck off the booiis of the Institntion. 

That with a view to obtaia the most correct Information 
possible, as well on the forcgmug as all other points affecting the 
ioterest of tlioae children who may be offei'ed to their guardian- 
abip, the general Mauageintiit will and do expect (besides the cus- 
tomary affidavit) the fullest Uilbrmation from executors and others, 
and an uoreserved cemniuuication of testamentary and all other 
dacuments, of wbldi tlie nature of the specific cases may admit, and 
do reserve tatiieiuselves the entire right, conveyed to them by their 
original constitution, of rejecting orphans temlered without sudi 
information and documents; or if, on reference to them, there 
shall appear any evidence of design unnecessarily and intentionally 
to burthen thefuiid, by throwing on it those who might and ought 
to have been otherwise provided for. 

That the marriagt* portion to female orphans shall in no case 
fflteeed sicca rupees 2,000; and if the ward olaiming the dowry 
has property to an amount exceeding sicca rupees 3,000, the so» 
dety will advaace a sum that shall increase the amouut to sicca 
rupees 5,000. 



DISTANCES FROM CALCUTTA. 



Briiithmes 

Adoni,^.W io30 

Agra, W.N. W.; 7-08 

Ajmere, W. N. W 1035 

Allahabad, W. N. IIT. . . . 4 OS 

AHygbur ^«... 816 

Ahnorah 806 

Amedabad, W 1219 

Amednuggur, W 1033 

Anjengo, S. W 1577 

Arracan, S.c* •••••••■ 551 

Arcot,S. W 1085 

ATa, B .1150 

Aurangabad, W 903 

Aztmghar 4T5 

Backergunge • 1 83 

Bahar, N. W S07 

Baitool r89 

Balasore, S.W 145 

Bancoorah ••• loi 

Banda 613 

Bangalore 1 161 

Bauleah 145 



X 3 



British MiU9 

Barcilly , W. N. W 739 

Barrackpore 16 

Basseen, W 331 

Beder, W. N. W. ...... . 08O 

Bednore, N. W 1300 

Bccrbhoom, N. W , 137 

Bellary , 1090 

Benares, W. N. W 43a 

Bhooj » 1334 

Bijnore 005 

Bisnagur, S. W 1130 

Broach, W. ,..•1338 

Boglepore, N. N. W 36a 

Bombay, W ii85 

Bhopal, W 84a 

Burdwan 75 

Buxar,N.W ^•.^ 440 

Cabul, N. W 1815 

Calberga, W. S. W loig 

Calingapatam, S. W 480 

Calpce, W. N. W 657 

Cambay, W 1353 



245 



BENGAL. 



BriHsh Miles 

Candahar, N. W. • 2047 

Canoge, W. N, W 824 

Cashmere (capital of) 

iM • W • •••••••••••• 1 d04 

Cuttack, S.W 251 

Cawnporc, W. N. W 628 

Chuttcrpour, W. N. W.. . 080 

Chettor, W. N. W 107 9 

Chicacole, S.W 498 

Chittagong, E 342 

Chittledroog I175 

Chunar, W. N. W 433 

Cochin .1441 

Comorin Cape, S. W.. •• 1770 

Corah, W.N. W 655 

Cucldapah 1007 

Dacca, N.E 187 

Bharwhar «.... 299 

Beesa •• isoo 

Delhi, N. W. ... • goo 

Dinagepore, N. ........ 259 

Dinapore, N. W 3 70 

Ellichpour,W 796 

Ellore,S.W 748 

Etawah, W.N.W 719 

Ferozepore 1 161 

Futtyghur, N. W 711 

Futtypore • 585 

Ganjam,S. W. .....••• 882 

Ghazeepore, N. W 431 

Goa, W.S. W 1359 

Golconda, S.W • • 907 

Gorruckpore 325 

Guntoor 807 

Gwalior, W.N.W 782 

Hansee 995 

Hussingabad Ghaut, W. . 804 
Hydrabad, W. S.W...., 972 

Indore, W. 970 

Jeypoor, W. N. W. 975 

Jaulnah • 932 

Juanpore 400 

Jumutpore; 301 

Kaira 1204 

Lahore, N.W ..1350 

LassayN.N. E 850 



British 

Lucknow, N. W 

Madras, S. W 

Madura, S.W 

Mangalore 

Masulipatam, S. W 

Midnapore, W 

Mirzapore, N. W 

Monghyr, N. W. ..... . 

Moorshedabad, N. • 

Muttra, W. N. W 

Mysore, S. W 

Nagpour, W 

Napaul, N. N. W. 

Narwah, W.N.W 

Nusseerabad 

Ootacamund 

Ongole, S. W 

Oudc, N.W 

Patna,N.W 

Pondicherry, S.W...... 

Poonah, W. S. W 

Pumeah, N ••... 

Rajahmundrjr, S. W 

Ramghaut, N.W. 

Ruttumpour, W 

Salem • 

Samulcotta 

Sattarah, S.S. W 

Saugur, W 

Seetapoor 

Seringapatam, S. W 

Sbolapoor 

Sindy, or Tatia, W 

Sirong, W 

Sumbulpour, W. S. W. . . 

Surat,W. 

Sylhct,N.E 

Taiyore, S.W 

Tannah 

Tcllicherry 

Trichinopoly, S. W. . . .. 

VcUore 

Vingorla 

Vizagapatam, S. W. .. .. 

Viziapour, W. S. W 

YcUorc 



Miles 

649^ 

1030 

1330 

1359 

797 

6^ 

455 

304 

118 

81S 

1240 

677 
50O 

817 

1018 

1342 

873 

502 

369 

1157 

1107 

282 

690 

879 

493 

1321 

004 

1180 

742 

071 

1230 

1102 

1002 

849 

309 

1238 

332 

1257 

1198 

1307 

1254 

1100 

2370 

557 

1183 

1160 



IBfllBAL. 



846 



LIST OP CIVIL SERVANTS 
Who hcpoe retired upon the Compmtyt Annuity Fund. 



BENGAL ESTABLISHMENT. 



Uamts. 

1836 Ainslie, Montague 1844 

do Barlow, Robert 1 830 

1839 Barwell, Edw. R. 1838 
1830 Batson, Henry 1831 

1834 Baylcyj'WaiiamB. 1841 

1836 , Charles I827 

1830 Berney, Geo. Rob. B. do 
1843 Bird, Robert Mertios 1833 

1840 Biscoe, Thomas E. B. 1843 

1837 Boulderson, Shadwell M. 1843 
1639 Braddon, Wm. 1828 

1832 Brown, Robert L«36 

1835 Campbell, Arch. 1838 

1837 * George R, i«43 

do Carter, Joshua 1838 

1843 Cavendish, Hon. R. do 

1831 Christian, Hugh George 

1839 Colvin, Alex. I. 1843 

do Cracrofc, Wm. 1832 

1842 Curtis, James * 1836 

1836 Cuthbert,SeignelayThomasl843 

1843 Dent, William 1839 

1838 Dewar, James 1832 
do Dick, Wm Fleming 1834 
do Donnithorne, James 1840 
do D'Oyly, Sir Chas., Bart. 1843 

1843 , John Hadley do 

1841 Dunsmure, John 1844 

1826 Elliott, Charles 1836 
1830 ', Hon. John Edmond 1843 

1844 , J. P. 1835 

1827 Elphinstone, Hon. Mount- 1840 

Stuart 1838 

1839 Ewer, Walter 1844 
1831 Fleming, William Malcolm 1839 
1829 Gardner, Hon. Edward 1832 
1843 Garrett, Wm. Norris i83o 
i«4l Glyn, Richard Carr ji84d 

1836 Gorton, William 1838 

1833 Hamilton, Sir Fred., Bart. 1836 
1831 Harding, William Judd i838 
1838 Harding, Charles 1843 

1837 Harrington, Edw. John 1826 

1828 Hayes, John 1838 



Nameu 
Hodgson, B. H. 
Hunter, Richard 
Hyde, Charles C. 
Kennedy, Langford 
Lambert, William 
Larkins, John Pascal 
Lushington, Charles 
Mackenzie, Rt. Hon. Holt 
Magniac, Lane 
Mainwaring, George 
Martin, Sir Roger, Bart. 

, William Byam 

Master, John 
Maxwell, Robt. W. 
Melville, Hon. W. H. L. 
Metcalfe, The Right Hon. 
Sir Chas.T., Bart.,G.C.B. 
McFarlan, David 
McNabb, James Munro 
Middleton, Henry Johnson 
Monckton, Wm, 
Money, Wigram 
Morrieson, Robert 
Newnham, Henry 
Nisbet, Robert Parry 
Nisbet, Harry 
Oakes, William Henry 
Okeden, W. P. 
Pakenham, Thomas 
Parker, Henry M. 
Patton, Philip E. 
Phillips, Charles 
Pjgou, Henry Minchin 
Pringle, W. A. 
Prinsep, Henry T. 
Ramsay, Hon. Andrew 
Ricketts, Mordaunt 
Robertson, T. C. 
Ross, Alex. 
Saunders, Robert 
Scott, David 
Shaw, Thomas A. 
Sherer, John Walter 
Siddons, Geo. John 



247 

1837 Smith, Charles 
1830 — ^— , EdwardJames 

1838 , Henry 

3 839 — — > Fran. Curwen 

1842 , Christ. W. 

1833 , Nathaniel 

1830 Stockwell, George 
1833 Swinton, George 
1828 Tod, Alexander Bruerc 

1837 , George 

1830 Toone, William Thomas 
do Traill, George William 
183'! Travers, Henry Thomas 
1839 Trotter, Archibald 

1842 , John 

1836 TuUoh, Robert Henry 



BENGAL. 



1839 
1838 
1833 
1838 
1837 
1880 
1843 
1830 
1883 
1841 
1843 

1837 
183S 
1829 
1848 






Namet, 
Tumbull, Mont. H. 
Valpy, William H* 
Vaughan, John 
Walters, Henry 
Ward, John Petty 
Warde, George 
Warner, Edw. Lee 
Watts, William 
Wilder, F. Boyle S. 
Wilkinson, William 

, John Edw. 

WoUcn, William 
Wood, Henry 
Wright, William 
Young, Wm. Rich. 



DEATH. 

Catbbert T. Sealy, lo Oct. 1844. 



BEN6AU 

LIST OF RETIRED OFFICERS. 

BENGAL ESTABLISHMENT. 



248 



Names, 



Adams, Joseph 

, Frederick 

Adamson, William 
AgneW) Edward Jones 

f Alex. Ker 

Alexander, Geo. 
Alcock, Thomas 
Alder, Thos. Gilbert 
Aldous, William 
Allen, Peter 

, James 

AUingham, Edward 
Allison, William 
Anderdon^ Wm. Proctor 
Anderson, William 

— , David D. 

Andrew, Wm. Peter, ii.d. 
Arden, Samuel 
Armstrong, R. 
Amaud, Heniy H. 
Ashe, Benjamin 
Axford, Richard 
Bailey, Chas. Drummond 
Baillie, Alex. Charles 
— — , George 
Baker, Godfrey Phipps 

, HughC. 

, Thos. Eld. 

Baldock, Robt. W. 
Barbor, GeoigeA. 
Barker, George 
Barnes, John 
Bamett, William 
Barrett, William 
Bayldon, Richard 
Bedford, James 
Bell, William 
— , James 
, Benjamin 

, Chas. Hamilton 

Bellew, Francis J. 
Beresford, John 
Bigge, James Rundell 
Birch, George 
•—• — , G. R. 
Bird, W. Chas. L. 
Blackney, Jas. W. 
Blair, Thomas 
Bland, Henry James 
Blundell, Geo. Snow 



Rank, 



Surgeon 

Lieutenant 

Surgeon 

Assist. Surg. 

Captain 

Sup.Surg.(P.W.L) 

Major 

Do 
Captain 
Bt. Captain 
Bt. Major 
Lieutenant 
Assist. Surg. 
Captain 
Surgeon 
Major 

Assist. Surg. 
Lieutenant 
Captain 

Do 
Major 

Do 
Lieutenant 

Do 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 
Major 
Surgeon 
Captain 
Vet. Surg. 
Bt. Major 

Do 
Surgeon 
Lieutenant 
^iurgeon 
Lieut.Colonel 
Captain 
Lieutenant 

Do 
Major 
Lieutenant 
Lieut.Colonel 

Do 
Captain 

Do 
BtMajor 



DateRelirei 



24 May 839 

19 Aug. 841 

1 July 823 

22 Apr. 84a 
1 Mar. 844 

11 Apr. 83a 
10 Oct. 830 
24 Nov. 829 
30 Mar. 837 

7 June 837 
15 May 840 
28 June 820 
15 June 808 

8 July 812 

18 Dec. 807 
6 Apr. 838 

July 838 
15 June 839 

6 Aug. 834 

17 Mar. 844 

844 

15 Jan. 825 

4 Sept. 839 
21 May 827 

13 June 840 
21 Jan. 831 

9 July 835 
3 Aug. 838 

21 Jan. 829 
10 July 844 

23 Mar. 840 

14 July 825 
17 Mar. 84a 

1 July 844 
1 Jan. 838 
1 Jan. 843. 

10 Apr. 839 

19 June 839 
1 Aug. 841 

28 Feb. 843 

30 Mar. 833 
22' July 827 

23 Apr. 833 

15 Jan. 824 

24 June 833 
15 Jan. 830 
21 May 829 
30 June 829 
24 Dec. 831 
30 Jan. 843 



«i9 



BBNGieL. 



MtiUIHWt 


Rmnh* 


Bate Retire. 


Bogie, William, M.i>. 


Surgeon 


2.1 Oct. 841 


Bol«id, W. N. H. 


Captain 


1 June 843 


Bourdillon, Brownlow C« 


Lieutenant 


11 Not. 840 


BouafieU* Henry 


S«jgnon 


19 Sept. 844 


Bowyer, Coraelius, c.b. 
Boyd, Frapcis T, 


Lieut. Colonel 


ao May 830 


Captain 


1 June 844 


Brace, Edwacd 


' Ueutenant 


03 June 838 


Biandon,John 


Maior 


1 Dec. 830 


Brett, Fied. Uarin^tDn 


Surgeon 


03 Jan. 844 


Brewer, Philip 


Ueut. CoU 


34 Jan, 840 


Briuridge, R. B. 


Captain 


18 Feb. 680 


Brodie, Rev. Edward 


Senior Chaplain 


14 July 825 


Brown, Andrew 


Surgeon 


25 Not. 824 




Major 


28 Mar, 820 


Browne, Henry 


Lieutenant 


la Jan. 823 




£k) 


17 Aug. 840 


Brownlow, William 


Captain 


26 May 83J. 


BrnnskUl, W. 


Sub. Conductor 


_ 


Bryant, George 


Captain 


19 Aug. 831 


Biyce, Re¥. James, d.i>. 


CtU4>iain 


18 Aug. 830. 


Buchsuaan, W.Miller,M.D» 


Assist. Surgeon 


20 July 880 


Buck, John 


Lieutenant 


10 Apr. 810 


Buckley, William 


Msyor 


4 Dec. 835 


Burke, William 


Captain 


12 Mar. 80S 


Burns, James G. 


Magor 


8 July 839 


Burnett, Joseph 


Lieut. Colonel 


June 703 


Bumey^ Richard 


Captain 


> Apr. 825 


Burroughs, Lewis 


Do 


Oct. 837 


Burt, Benjamin 


Surgeon 


4 Aug. 841 


Burton, Richard B. 


Captain 


12 June 832 


Buttanshaw, Wm. 


Do 


15 Jan. 841 


Caldwell. Hugh 


Lieut. Colonel 


9 Aug. 830 


Campbell, A.lex., m.d. 


Surgeon 


11 Mar. 806 




Do 


10 June 820 


— , George G. 


Superint. Do 


I Aug, 837 


— — , John 


Major 


17 Apr. 832 


, Neil 


Bt. Major 


1 July 841 




Surgeon 


1 Jan. 843 


, Colin 


Physician Gen. 


23 July 


Carnegie, John 


Surgeon 


10 June 823 


Carruthers, John 


Captain 


20 Jan. 799 


, Peter 


Surgeon 


1 Jan« 340 


Cathcart, James 


Lieutenant 




Chalmers, Wm. 


Surgeon 


Jan. 895 


Chambers, Rev. Rich.,A.B» 


Chaplain 


23 June 841 


Chambre, Christopher 


Lieutenant 


Feb. 813 


Charter, James 


Lieut. Colonel 


27 Oct. 8se 


Charters, Wm. Seton,M.D. 


Surgeon 


1 Jan. 841 


Charter is, R. L. Ross 


Lieutenant 


15 Sep, 838 


Child, Thos. Smith 


Surgeon 


May 839 


Christie, Charles 


Major 


July 885 


— , Alexander 


Surgeon- 


10 Jan. 844 


Clark, James 


Lieut, Colonel 


21 Jan. 820 



RETIRED OFFICERS. 



350 



Names, 



Rank. 



Clark, Alex. McK. 
Clarkson, Ebenezer, m.d. 
Colebrooke, Richard 
Collycr, William 
Colvin, John 
Cook, Charles 
Cooper, Henry 
Cornish, Charles J. 
Coulthard, Samuel -^ 
Coze, Henry Digby 
Craigie, Edmund B. 

, James 

Crawfurd, John 
Crichton, David 
Croft, John Thomas 
Crommelin, J as. Arden 
Crossley, Francis 
Croxton, Thomas 
Cumming, Wm. F. 
Curphey, William 
Dashwood, C^as. J. A. 
Davidson, Chas. J. C. 

, Alexander 

Davies, John 
Davy, Leyson H. 
Dawes, Geo. D. 
Day, Edward 
Dennistoun, C. A. 
Denty, Henry F. 
Des Vceux, Thomas 
Dickson, Anthony 

- , Robert L. 

— ^ , Archibald 

Donaldson, Archibald 
Dougan, John 
Douglas, Jas. Wm. 
Drever, Thomas, m. d. 
Duncan, John 

», James 
Dunbar, Patrick 
Durham, Samuel 
Dyer, William 
Bales, Rev.W. 
Ebhart, BentkyW. 
Edwards, Thomas 
Elliot, John 
Ellis, William 
Emly, Giles 
Erskine, Francis T. 
Evans, Joho 
Everest, Charles Evereux 

-, George 



Ewing, Robert 



Surgeon 

Do 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 

Do 
Lieutenant 
Surgeon 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 

Do 
Captain 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Bf. Major 
Major 
Captain 
Major 

Assist. Surgeon 
Major 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Bt. Major 
Major 
Captain 
Lieutenant 
Lieut. Colonel 
Lieutenant 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 

Mem.Med.Board 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 

Assist. Surgeon 
Lieutenant 
Bt. Major 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Surgeon 
Major 

Superint.Sargeon 
Surgeon 
Chaplain 
Lieutenant 

Do 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 

Do 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Chaplain 



Date Retire. 



10 Dec. 843 

Aug. 840 
13 Aug. 831 
24 Dec. 825 

4 Sept. 839 

6 July 830 

12 Aug. 839 

15 Dec. 831 
Jan. 888 

33 Dec. 842 

22 May 830 
30 June 833 

13 July 827 

1 Feb. 840 
1 Aug. 841 
1 Jan. 843 
4 Jan. 830 
1 Mar. 641 

23 Sept. 832 
38 Jan. 832 

3 Apr. 892 
22 Oct. 841 

30 Dec. 843 

Aug. 830 
35 Dec. 817 
10 Sept. 838 

7 June 830 
7 Aug. 834 

18 July 829 
35 Jan. 837 

14 June 832 

4 Feb. 833 

1 Dec. 830 
6 Mar. 844 

14 Apr. 837 
1 Jan. 841 
1 Jan. 840 

31 May 830 
1 Feb. 843 

30 Apr. 824 
28 July 829 
10 Dec. 839 

Aug. 832 
13 Apr. 831 
10 Mar. 830 
38 May 820 
12 Jan. 838 

31 Dec. 63S 
1 Feb. 614 

10 Jan. 838 

11 Sept. 880 

16 Dec. 843 
31 Mar. 842 



251 



BENGAL. 



Names, 



Fallowfield, Jonathan 
Fagan, James 
Farqaliar, William 
Fenton, Albert 
Festing,Tho9.B. Penwarne 
Feigusony George 
■ ' , James 

Field, Charles 
Fielding, W.G.A. 
Fieldwick, Charles 
Findon, William 
Fitton, Patrick B. 
Fitxgerald> C, c.b. 

, Charles 

Foley, Robert, m. d. 
Ford, Matthew R. 
Forrest, Thomas 
Forrester, John N. 
Fraser, Simon 

, Roderick 
— -, Thomas 
Frobisher, Thomas 
Fulcher, Robert Page 
Gardner, Richard 

, Gilbert O. 

Gamer, Joseph 
Gilbert, James 
Gilman, Philip C. 
Gillman, George 
Glegg, Menry V. 
Coding, T. I. 
Goodday, G. C. S, 
Gordon, John 
— — , Wm. Conway 
Goss, James 
Govan, George, m.d. 
Gowan, William 
Gower, James 
Grange, Rich. Geo. 

, Robert 
Grant, Samuel 
— ^-, Peter 
— -, John 
■■ ■ -| Alexander 
Gray, Duncan McQueen 
Green, James 
Greene, Godfrey 
Grierson, James 
Gresley, Francis 
Griffiths, Hugti 
— , Geojrgc 
Hailcs, John 
Halfaed, Henry 



Rani. 



Surgeon 
Major 
Surgeon 
Captain 

Do 
Lieutenant 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 

Lieut. Colonel 
Asst»Com. Ord. 
Sup. Surgeon 
Captain 
IJeut. Colond 
Major 
Surgeon 
Captain 
Suiigeon 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 
Captain 
Captain 

Do 
Mkjor 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Conductor 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 

Do 
Lieutenant 

Do 
Ensign 
Captain 
Assist. Sufg. 
Surgeon 
Captain 
Conductor 
Bt. Capt. 
Lieutenant 
Surgeon 
Major 

Do 
Conductor 
Surgeon 

Do 

Lieutenant 

Surgeon 

Captain 

Lieut. Colonel 

Captain 

Bt. Major 

Captain 



JDeUe Retire, 



11 May 830 
81 Mar. 835 
15 Apr. 827 
IS Aug. 834 
II Sept. 839 
31 Dec. 800 

25 Nov. 834 
15 Feb, 842 

27 Apr. 833 
May 828 

1 Jan. 843 

8 Mar. 834 

9 Apr. 833 

9 Dec. 830 
1 Feb. 843 

1 June 808 

28 Feb. 843 
13 Dec. 820 

17 Aug. 824 

20 Jan. 809 

27 Mar. 844 
6 May 833 
B Apr. 828 

25 Nov. 842 

23 Feb. 820 

18 June 830 
2. Apr. 844 

28 Aug. 83 1 
27 Mar. 837 

3 Apr. 835 
a July 812 

29 July 836 

2 May 834 
8 Jan. 840 

22 July 841 

24 Apr. 834 
10 Sept. 824 

30 Sept. 839 
8 Sept. 840 

24 Aug. 843 
33 May 825 

8 May. 833 
17 Feb. 830 
17 Mar. 842 
12 Jan. 844 

8 June B20 
15 July 83ft 

10 Nov. 829 
1 Mar. 844 

10 Oct. 831 

23 July 838 

31 Mar. 841 
23 Apr. 889 



RETIRED OFFICERS. 



252 



Nanus, 



Hall, Thomas 

» James 
Halliday, Alex. M.D. 
Hamilton, Rev. Thos. N. 
Hardy, Abraham 
Harding, Daniel 
Hawes, George 
Hawkins, Edw. Simeon 
Hawthorne* Steele 
Hayley, Thomas 
Heaslop, Richard 
Henderson, Rev. Joseph R. 

■■ , Thomas 
— — , Hen. Barkley 

^^~~""^""^, IS* \^» \j, 

Hepbume, Cosmo A. 
Heron, Francis 
Hickman, Charles 

, G.W.J. 

Hill, Thos. William 
Hodges, Chas. Wyndham 
Holland, George F. 
Holroyd, Geo. Chaplin 
Homer, Arthur A. 
Honywood, Edw. I. 
Horsburgh, Alexander 
Hotbam, John 
Hughes, Henry Philip 

, Michael 

Hutchinson, George 
Hyde, James C. 
Inglis, Thomas 
Ironside, Edm. 
Irvine, Frjincis 

, George 

Irving, Rev. John 
Jackson, A. Russ, m.d. 
— , Isaac 

, Philip 

James, William 
Jefireys, Edward 

, Julius 

Jenkins, Geoige 
Jenner, Birt Wynd R. 
Johnson, John 
— — , Rich.Courtenay 
Johnston, Geo. Jos. B. 
Johnstone, James 
— -, G. D. 
■ ■ ■ ■■ fc, Peter 

■ » George Home 
Jones John 
Keuiy Henry B. 



Rank, 



Major 

Surgeon 
Sup. Surgeon 
Chaplain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 

Lieut. Cok>nel 
Surgeon 

Do 
Chaplain 
Surgeon 
Bt. Major 
Surgeon (P.W.L) 
Ensign 
Captain 
Assist. Sutg. 
Captain 
Lieutenant 
Major 

Do. 
Captain 
Lieutenant 
Lieut.' Colonel 
Major 
Lieutenant 
Captain 

Do 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 
Surgeon 
Lieutenant 
Captain 

Do 
Chaplain 
Surgeon 

Do 
Captain 
Major 

Do 
Assist. Surg. 
Major 
Bt« Captain 
Captain 

Do 
Mi^ 

Do 
Captain 
Mi^ 

Do 
Captain 
Assist. Surg. 



Date Retire, 



16 June 834 
g Feb. 834 

81 Jan. 844 

July 838 

119 June 835 

3 A{>r. 838 
10 Apr. 836 
18 Feb. 840 
28 Feb. 840 
10 Jan. 833 

7 May 883 
g Aug. 830 

4 June 881 
18 Feb. 841 

6 Apr. 880 

38 Feb. 838 

17 Jan. 821 
10 May 835 
35 Sept. 837 

1 Aug« 830 
lo Mar. 843 
25 Jan. 837 

18 July 808 

8 Jan. 837 
1 Nov. 838 
1 Mar. 838 

19 Aug. 837 
18 Mar. 840 

1 Aug, 843 
98 Aug. 841 

5 Apr. 837 
1 Jan. 839 

35 July 837 
35 Nov. 833 
30 May 834 

9 Apr. 823 

39 Jan. 839 
16 Oct. 840 

4 Jan. 836 

4 Jan. 839 

10 Dec. 834 

14 Apr. 837 

30 Jan. 835 

11 Dec. 843 

5 Apr. 890 
39 July 841 

1 Aug. 839 
33 May 836 

7 Aug. 834 

15 Dec. 837 

31 Mar. 840 
1 Mar. 835 
9 Apr. 803 



853 


BENGAL. 






Names, 


Bank. 


• Date Retire. 


Kempland, Geo. A. 


Major 


31 


July 836 


Kennaway Glass 


Captain 


17 Aug. 843 


Kennedy, Chas. P. 


Major 


17 


Jan. 836 


,Jas.T. 


Captain 


1 


Dec. 


Kennett, Charles Robt. 


Lieut. Colonel 


27 


May 830 


Kerie, Jedediah 


Lieutenant 


10 


Apr. 817 


Kerr, Henry Tho».C. 


Do 


9 


Mar. 836 


King, Chas. Prager 


Lieut. Colonel 


7 


Jan. 841 


, George 


Sup. Surgeon 


81 


Jan. 644 


Kirby, John S. 


Captain 


31 


Dec. 838 


Land, Sebastian 


Lieut. Colonel 


'i3 


Apr. 834 


Langslow, Richard 


Captain 


23 


Sept. 819 


Langstaff, Joseph 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


33 


July 838 


Lawrell, Horatio 


Bt. Captain 


8 


Sept. 839 


Lawrie, James A. 


Assist. Surg. 


18 


June 831 


Learmouth, Alexander 


Lieutenant 


17 Jan. 833 


Ledlie, William 


Major 


1 


Dec. 830 


Lindesay, Alex. Kyd 


Surgeon 


33 


Nov. 840 


Littlejohn, William D. 


Lieutenant 


31 


Jan. 835 


Lloyd, Sir William 


Major 


14 


July 835 


— — , Henry 


Captain 


25 


July 844 


LoflFt, Robert E. 


Do 


14 


July 830 


Loughnan, John Michael 


Lieutenant 


13 


July 842 


Low, Robert 


Lieut. Colonel 


1 


July 843 


Lowis, John T. 


Major 


36 June 833 


Ludlow, Edm. E. . 


Captain 


33 


July 837 


— , Samuel 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


1 


Jan. 841 


Lumsdaine, James 


Surgeon 


5 


July 825 


Lumsden, Thomas, C.B. 


Lieut. Colonel 


15 


Dec. 843 


Macan, Thomas 


Major 


20 


Aug, 810 




Captain 


4 


June 828 


Macdougal, J as. Patrick 


Do 


13 June 833 


Macfarlane, James 


Major 


33 


Mar. 814 


Macfarquhar, Hugh 


Do 


1 


Jafl. 844 


Mackenzie, Roderick 


Do 


36 


Feb. 835 


Mackinnon, Alexander 


Captain 


6 


July 838 


Macleod, C. Murdoch 


Surgeon 


26 


Aug. 836 


Macpherson, Rev. Allan 


Chaplain 


15 


Feb. 837 


Mac Pherson, Geo.Gordon 


Surgeon 


17 


Sept. 843 


Macqueen, Kenneth 


Do 


5 


Jan. 839 


Malcom, Wm. 


Assist. Surg. 


10 


June 816 


Maltby, Samuel 


Major 


30 


Apr. 835 


Manly, Joshua 


Surgeon 


g 


Apr. 832 


Mansell, William 


Do 


8 


Aug. 836 


Marshall, James 


Captain 


15 


Nov. 836 


Martin, Thomas 


Do 


21 


Feb. 8o6 


, William 


Lieutenant 


7 


Apr. 802 


, William 


Lieut. Colonel 


8 


Feb. 841 


, Jas. Ranald 


Surgeon 


20 


M»y 843 


Mason, David 


Captain 


36 


Apr. 833 


Mathew, William 


Do 


39 


Apr. 633 


Matthews, William J. 


Major 


81 


Oct. 831 


Maxtone, Anthony 


Captain 


32 


Feb. 814 



RETIRED OFHCERS. 



S54 



Names. 


Rank. 


Date Retire. 


Maxwell, Neil, m.d. 


Surgeon 


1 Feb. 8.37 


May berry, Edward 


lieutenant 


5 Oct. 830 


Maynard, Forster 


Captain 


20 Oct. 800 


McCheync, W. O. H. 


Assist. Surg. 


1 Nov. 838 


McDowell, James 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


35 Feb. B34 


Mercer, Hugh Smith 


Surgeon 


18 Apr. 843 


M<Gaveston, John 


Do 


9 Feb. 843 


M<Kie, William 


Major 


3 Apr. 890 


M'Mahon, Alexander 


Captain 


10 Jan. 828 




Ensign 
Captain 


19 Feb. 830 
22 July 835 


M'Mullin, Robert 


M<Murdo, Robert 


Lieutenant 


6 May 829 


M*Naghten, Rob. Adair 


Captain 


10 July 839 


M'Whirter, John 


Surgeon 


11 May 825 


Menzies, William 


Captain 


10 June 819 


Mercer, H. S. 


Surgeon 


18 Apr. 843 


Miller, George 


Captain 


15 Aug. 844 


Milner, John 


Do 


25 April 835 


Montgomerie, H. A. 


Major 


10 Aug. 833 


Morgan, Nathaniel 


Surgeon 


12 Jan. 843 


Moore, Wm. W. 


Lieut. Colonel 


4 May 837 


Morrieson, Hugh 


Do 


11 Aug. 841 


Moscrop, Henry 


Surgeon 


14 Apr. 823 


Moxon, William 


Lieut. Colonel 


7 Mar. 826 


Munro, Chas. A. 


Major 


15 Dec. 835 


,Tho8. M. 


Surgeon 


1 Mar. 838 


Murray, James 


Captain 


7 Oct. 814 


, Hugh R. 


Bt. Major 


2 Aug. 83 


Muston, Edward 


Surgeon 


14 Nov. 831 


Ncwmarch, Henry 


Do 


20 Oct. 841 


Nicholl, William 


Lieut. Colonel 


21 Oct. 818 


Nicolson, Malcolm 


Major 


1 Dec. 839 


Nisbett, David 


Surgeon 


12 July 815 


Noble, Samuel 


Major 


31 Sept. 815 


Norris, Robert 


Lieutenant 


21 Feb. 810 


Ogilvy, Alexander 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


21 Jan. 831 


— , David 


Bt. Captain 


24 May 841 


O'Halloran, John N. 


Lieutenant 


18 June 835 


O'Hara, Charles 


Captain 


1 Mar. 843 


Oriel, Wm. Churchcr 


Major 


3 Sept. 839 


Orr, Edw. M, 


Captain 


15 Apr. 840 


Pafish, Rev. H. ll.d. 


Chaplain 


11 Mar. 839 


, Rev. Wm., a.b. 


Do 


38 May 839 


Parke, Jno. Chas. Bliss 


Lieut. Colonel 


1 Dec. 832 


Parker, William 


Captain 


10 June 808 


^ , Windsor 


Do 


10 July 838 


u^.. r<u.«i«« 


Chaplain 
Major 


27 Oct. 840 
3 Mar. 831 


Parlby, Samuel 


Paterson, James 


Captain 


23 May 819 




Do 


7 Nov. 831 


Paton, James 


Do 


1 Sept. 840 


Payne, WilUam 


Bt. Major 
Y 


1 Feb. 844 



ftSS 



BENPGAL. 



Names. 



Pearce, Charles 
Pearson, James 
PeUy, Robert P. 
Pester, John 
Philips, Thomas 
Phipps, Pownall 
Playfair, W. D. 

, Hugh L. 

, George 
Price, William 
Prickett, Rev. R. 
Pringle, David [m.a. 

Proby,Rcv. J. Carysfort, 
Purvis, Richard F. 
Pyne, John 
Ralfe, Henry 
Ramsay, Graham 
Rankine, Robert 
Rawlins, John 
Rawlinsou, Geo. Hutton 
Reid, David 
Reynolds, Thomas 
Rice, John H. 
Richards, Scipio E. 
Robb, Ferris C. 
Roberdeaa, Jas. W. 
Roberts, Charles M. 

, Ralph G. 

Robertson, David 

■, Rev, T., M.A. 
Robinson, Geo. H« 
Rodbcr, John 
Ronald, James 
Rogers, Charles 
— — , Francis 
Roxburgh, Bruce 
Russell, CbarLn 
Rutherford, Thomas 
Ryan, Charles 
Sandys, Henry C. 
Saumarez, Nicholas 
Sawcrs, John 
Savage, Charles 
Seymour, Robert 
Scott, Alexander 
*»•, JohnCoss 

■ , Geo. Robertson 
Shatrp, Norman 
Shepherd, Rev* Henry 
Shutter, Thomas 
Sinuns, Geoige 
Sinnock, Henry 
Sissmore, Broadfield 



Rank. 



CaptuA 
Major 
Lieutenant 
Lienc Colonel 
Mem. Med. Bd. 
•Lieut. Colonel 

Do 
Major 

Ins.Gen.Ho8pits* 
Major 
Chaplain 
Major 
Chaplain 
Captain 

Lieutenant 
Surgeon 
Apothecary 
Captain 

Do 
Major 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Major 

Ijieut. Colonel 
Captain 

Do 
Major 
Chaplain 
Brevet Major 
Lieut Colonel 
Surgeon 
Majofr 

Vet. Surgeon 
Captain 

Do 
Assist. Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 
Captain 
Mem. Med, Bd. 
Major 

Lieut. Colonel 
Surgeon 

Do 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Chaplain 
Assist. Suigeon 

Do 
Major 
Lieut. CoUnel 



Date Retire. 

SM Apr. 833 
3 Jan. 8d*2 
1 Dec 818 
ft Jan. 836 

Aug. 817 
9 July 825 

a; Apr. 881 

10 Feb. 834 

1 Mar. 843 

30 May 834 

17 July 833 
5 Mar. 835 

11 Feb. 84d 

31 May 830 

18 July 837 

3 Feb. 830 

17 Mar. 838 
30 Nov. 841 

4 Aug. 841 

sg May 823 

10 Oct. 838 

9 May 831 

13 July 830 

so Nov. 836 

13 July 841 
1ft Sept. 815 

1 Aug. 838 

1 June 818 

37 Mar. 804 

14 Aug. 839 
30 Jan. 837 

1 Mar. 843 
30 Mar. 843 
19 Dec. 
13 Sept. 833 

18 Jan. 833 
13 Jan. 835 

C Mar. 836 

6 Nov. 832 

7 Nov. 798 

3 Oct. 840 

7 Feb. 833 

4 Jan. 841 

8 July 836 

80 July 809 
17 May 833 
S3 May 815 

3 luly 833 
17 Jan. 8S1 

4 June 838 

81 Jnly 837 
35 July 83|^ 



RETIRED OFFICERS. 



25« 



Names, 



Skene, W. 
Smith, John 

■ I ■ t Robert, c.b. 
, W. A. 

' ■■ , Francis Edw. 



-, Thomas 



Smyth, Henry C.W. 
SomerviUe, John, T. 
Sosdy, Thos. E. 
Sotheby, Fred. Sam. C.B. 
Sperrin, John 
Starling, Partiett 
Steer, W. Fred. 
Stevenson, William, m.d. 
Stock, John Eodway 
Stoddart, Thomas 
Stoneham, AJ>raham 
Stuart, Charles 
Sully, Bishop C, m.d. 
Swindell,. Benj. Cosby 
Swiasy, John 
Swinfion, William 
Symons, Wm.J. 
Tandy, James 
Taf4ej, Rev. A. Wilson 
Taylor, Thomas 
Teulon, Peter 
Thomas, Robert A. 

-, Cbas. Thynne 



^ ■ 



Thomson,, George, c.b. 
Tbompsoa, John 
Tborburn, David I. 
Tbomtony George 
Timbrel]^ Thomas 
Tombs, Jobn 
Tnelawny, Jonathan 
Tomer, Thomas J. 

^,. William 

— , John 

, Per. Powell 
Tweedie, Thomaa 
Venour, W. A. 
Vetch, George A« 
Veysie, William 
Vincent, Geo. Frcdk.Frank 
Voules, Herbert Poulton 
Wade, SirClaud M.Knt.c.B. 
Warde, WilHlim 
Wardlaw, Thomas 

Warlow,' William 
WatkinSy James 



Rank, 



Lieut. Colonel 

Do* 

Do 
Captain 
Bt. Capt. 
Physician Gen. 
Major 
Captain 

Do 
Major 

Assist, Com. 
Lieut. Colonel 
Bl Major 
Surgeon 
Captain 
Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
M^or 

Assist. Surgeon 
Major 
Suigeon 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 
Lieutenant 
Chaplain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 

Do 

Do 
Bt. Major 
Captain 

Assist. Surgeon 
Major 

Do 
Vet. Surgeon 
Lieut. Colonel 

Do 
Major 
Surgeon 
Captain 
Physician Gen, 
Soperint, Surg. 
Major 

Do 
Captain 
Lieutenant 
Bt. Lieut. Col. 
Major 

LicutL Colonel 
Assist. Surgeon 

Da 
LieulL Colonel 
Y 2 



Date Retire, 



14 May 832 

20 Feb. 8S9 

10 July 83a 

8 July 830 

24 Aug. 840 
31 Dec. 842 

A July 832 
1 May 843 
1 Jan. 837 
1 Mar. 844 
31 Dec. 838 

4 June 831 
28 Oct. 839 
31 Dec. 841 

27 Apr. 833 

5 Apr. 838 
1 Ape 829 

Itf July 824 
3i May 834 

28 Oct. 82S 
31 Dec. 837 
18 June 831 
20 Feb. 844 

26 June 825 

17 Jan. 834 
2o June 833 

1 Mar. 840 

1 Feb. 843 

25 Jan. 841 
3 Oct. 832 

28 June 832 
12 Jan. 834 

2 Jan. 843 
12 Aug. 835 
20 Dec. 83» 
ao Mar. 819 

20 Jan. 837 
1 Mar. 838 

25 Jan. 843 
16 Feb. 844 

23 Dec. 830 

24 Feb. 835 

18 Oct. 843 
23 Feb. 842 

30 June 838 
1 May 844 

1 Mar. 890 

2 Feb. 843 
10 Deo. 331 

31 Jan. 83S 

21 Jan. 838 



867 



BENGAL. 



Namei* 



Watson, William, L. 

, Gilbert 

— — , John Edw. 

, James, m.d. 
Watts, Edw. Raphael 
Waugh, John H. Wharrie 
Webb, William S. 
Webster, A. B. 
— — — , Thomas 
Wclland, W. P. 
White, Francis Sellon 

-, John Holt 
— , Kenneth John 

-, Chas. Herbert 
, Matthew, George 



Whitfield, Charle&H. 
Whiting, Rev. James 
Wiggens,D. K.P. 
Wight, Arthur 
Wilkie, James 
Wilkins, Robert B. 
Wilkinson, Thomas 
Williams, John S. 

-— , Thomas 

Williamson, James 
Willim, John G. 
Willson, Hill 
Wilson, George 
— — , Horace H. 
— — , Malcolm 

, Hugh C. 

Wilmot, E. E. 
Wimberly, Rev, Charles 
Wingfield, Watkin 
Woodrooffe, Geo. Henry 
Woods, James 
WooUey, George 
Woore, John 
Womum, J. R. 
Wright, Alexander 
Wroughton, Henry F. 
Young, Rev. John, ll.d 
Young, William 
Younghusband, O. J. 



Hank, 



Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 

Do 
Surgeon 
Captain 
Assist. Surgeon 
Captain 
Assist. Surgeon 
Captain 

Do 

Do 

Do 
1st Lieutenant 
Captain 
Major 
Captain 
Chaplain 
Lieutenant 
Major 

Do 
Captain 
Bt. Major 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Surgeon 
Captain 
Lieutenant 

Do 
Surgeon 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Lieutenant 
Chaplain 
Lieutenant 
Major 
Lieutenant 

Do 
Captain 
Major 
Captain 

Do 
Chaplain 
Captain 
Lieutenant 



Date Retire, 





DEATHS. 


Banon, Thomas 


Lieut. Colonel 


Caileton, H. P. 


Major 


Castell, J. 


Surgeon 


Johnson, J. 


Captain 


Lowe, R. 


Sup. Sufigeon 


Simson, A. 


Surgeon 


Smith, J. 


Captain 


Travers, T. O. 


Do 



May 83 O 

18 Nov. 834 
21 Aug. 837 
30 July 833 

34 Aug. 843 
11 Sept. 8d(> 
3g June 894- 
90 Jan. 8d7 

1 Dec. 837 
1 Dec. 836 

Feb. 819 

33 Jan. 833 
39 July 840 

6 Mar 844 
10 May 844 

1 Aug. 838 

35 Aug. 841 
3 Sept. 838 

38 July 833 
30 July 833 

3 Nov. 831 
1 Mar. 844 

34 Oct. 831 
30 Apr. 839 

39 June 834 
33 May 811 

5 Oct. 808 
38 Nov. 834 

38 Jan. 834 
33 July 837 
33 Dec. 839 

5 Feb. 838 

7 June 843 

June 835 
30 Jan. 843 
16 Oct. 834 

19 May 809 

8 Dec. 843 
7 Feb. 837 

1 Aug. 834 

39 Aug. 836 
33 May 839 

3 July 843 
33 Mar. 837 

35 May 844 
Mar. 

6 July 
10 do. 
10 Apr. 

30 Aug. 84a 

9 July 844 
9 do 



BENGiX. 



SS8 



CIVIL INDEX. 



Page 
Abercrombi'e, Robe^ ..... 14 

Adamsy George ••......•• 9 

Agncw, Patrick Alexander 

Vans 14 

Alexander, George 7 

yWilliamStttart 7,22 
— — , George Henry 

Minto 11, 20 

■ -, Henry Robert 17, 20 

— — , Robert 12 

-, James 11 

'■ , Robert J 7 

Allen^ Charles 8, 20 

— , William Joseph .... 1 1 
Annand, Adam Smith 11, 22 
Anson, Edward Hamilton . . 16 

Armstrong, Henry 7, 19 

Astell, Henry Godfrey.. 12, ai 
Atherton, Henry 11, 21 



Bacon, George William .... 6 
Balfour, George Gordon. . .. 15 
Bannerraan, R. A. (M.E,). . 23 
Barlow, Robert ...•.«.. 5,1 8 
Barnes, George Carnac. . 13,21 
I , James Ralph .... 14 
Barwell, Arthur Champion. . 4 

Batten, John Hallett 10 

Battye, George Wynyard 8,20 
Bayley^ Henry Vincent.. 12,20 
— , Edward Clive .... 15 

Beadon, Cecil ••.3,13 

Beaufort, Francis Lestock . . 13 
— — — , William Morris ..16 
Becher, Sulivan James. . 1 1 ,2 1 
Begbic, Alfred William 6,1 8,21 

Bell, William ,11,21 

Belli,William Hallows. . . . 4,22 
Benson, William Henry 6,1 8,22 

Bentall, Edward 8,21 

Beresford, Henry Browne .. 9 
Berford, George Montagu 
Balmbrough 14 



Page 

Best, William Robert. ..... 17 

Bidwcll, Alfred Clarke . . . . IjO 

Blundell, Edmund Augus- 
tus 17 

Blunt, George 7>19 

, William 4,18 

Boldero, John Stephen 4,18,19 

, Edward James .... 15 

Bonham, Samuel George . . 17 
Boulderson, Henry Smith 5,18 

Bowring, Samuel 10 

— — , Lewin Bentham. . 16 

Bracken, William 8 

Bramly, William Jennings 15 
Brandreth, Joseph Edward 

Lyall 16 

Brereton, Henry 16 

Brewster, James 12 

Brodhuf St, William Henry 14 
Brown, James Cowley . . 5,21 

, George Francis . . 6,19 

— -, Samuel Sneade .... 8 
Brownlow,HenryBenjamin7,20 

Bruce, Thomas 8>22 

Buckland, Charles Thomas 17 
Buckle, William Boyd .... 14 
Buller, Frederick Pole . . 9,32 

Bury, Charles 7 

Bushby, George Alexander. . 3,5 
, Henry JefFreys .... 14 



CaldecottjCharles Marriott 8,22 
Cameron, Charles Henry 

(Barrister) 3,18 

Campbell, Robert Henry 

Scott 10,19 

, James Gordon 1 1,20 

— — — — , James William 

Hendry 17 

-, George 16 



Cardew, Frederick 8,19 

— — , Cornelius 5, is 

Carnac, Wm, John Rivett. . 15 



V 3 



259 

Camac, Charles Robert • ... 17 
Cartwright, Comwallis 

Richaril 6,18,90,23 

Cathcart, John Fergusson 6,22 

Chapman, Charles 12 

Cheap, George Charles . . 5,21 

Chester, Charles 12,20 

Christian, George Jackson. . 17 

Church, Thomas 17 

Clarke, John Stanley .... 0»20 
— — , Rich: Hen. Pelly 9,19 
, George Henry .... 13 
Clerk, George Russell ....3,5 
Clifton, Edward Arthur. ... 17 
Cocks, Arthur Herbert .... 13 
Cockburn, George Furgusson 13 

Colvin, John Russell 7 

,Binny James 9 

, Edward Thomas 13,20 

Combe, James 16 

Cbnolly, William James. .6,19 
Cooke, John Francis Grif- 

fith 5,20 

Cooper, Brahsby Henry .... 14 

Court, Major Henry 15 

Craigie, John Adair ....11,19 
Crawford, James Henry 10,20 
Cunliffe, Robert Ellis .... 8,20 

, David 13,21 

Cuninghame, William Cath- 
cart Smith 12,20 

Cumin, John . • • 22 

Currie, Edward 7>18 

, Alfred Peter 6,23 

-, Frederick 3,5 

Cust, Robert Needham . • • • 15 



Dalrymple, Francis Anstru- 

ther 12 

, John Warrendcr 16 

Dampier, William 5 

] Davidson, Thomas Reid. .6,19 

— — , James 6,1 8 

— — , Charles Tierney • • 9 
^ — — ,FrancisRussell 11,20 
, Henry .•••••..16 
Davies, Hobert Henry .... 1 7 
Deane, Henry William •• 8,21 
Deedes, Edward ••• 6 



BENGAL. 



Page 
Devereuz, Hon. Humphrey 

Bohun • 10 

Dick, Abercromby 4,18 

, John Campbell .... 8 

, Robert Ker 9 

— , Alexander Thomasio,2i 
Dirom, William Maxwell. . 10 
Donnelly, Alexander Pre* 

derick 8 

Donnithorne, William Sher. 

son . • 9,90 

Dorin, Joseph Alexander 3,6,22 
Drummond, Hon.Edmond 12,19 

, Hon. Frederick 15 

, Hon. Robert An- 
drew John 15 

Dumerguc, John Shore. .11,21 

Dunbar, John 7,19 

Dunlop, Robert Henry • • • • 16 



Edgewortb, Michael P&ken- 
ham 11 

Edmonstone, George Fre- 

derick 11,18 

, George. . . . 13,20 

Edwards, William 3, 13 

.Egerton, Philip Henry .... 16 

Kliott, D.(Mad. Est.) ...... 18 

Elliot, Henry Miers .... 8,18 

Elliott, William Henry .... 10 

Ellis, Edward Larken 16 

Enkine, Hon. John CadwaU 
lader.* 8 



Fagan, Christopher Weston 10 

Fane, Henry Prinsep 16 

Farquharson,RobNesham 1 0,22 
, John Atexao. 

der Ogilvie 11,21 

Fergusson , HewDalry mple 

Hamilton 13 

Fletcher, George Charles . . 14 
Forbes, Hon. Robert . . 8,1 8,19 

, Alexander .... 10,91 

, Stewart 16 

Ford, William 15 

Fowie, Fulwer Craven .... 16 
Fiancot George Fleming. . 5,1 d 



CIVIL INDEX. 



260 



Page 

Fnser, Charles 5 

» Simon 

— , Alexmder 8,20 

Fxenchy J<^n 4,3'i 



Galloway, William 14 

, Arthnr 16 

Garling, Samael 17 

Garrett, Robert Birch . . io,so 

Garstin, Charles 7 

Gil Ion, Andrew 10 

Gilmore, Mungo Smith . . 9,30 
Goad, William Parker . . io,32 

Gelding, Bailie 0,30 

Gordon,Evelyn Meadows 6,18 

Gough, George 

, Sir Hugh 8 

Gouldsbory, Francis. . . . 0,30 
Graham, Carolus James 

Home 11 

Grant, James William .... 4 

N ■ ■» James 7,30 

, John Peter 8 

, Charles 9,33 

Greathed, Hervey Harris 13,33 
— — — — , Robert Harris . . 27 
Grey,Leopold James Hen. 13,33 

,WiUiam 15 

Grote, Arthur 13,31 

Gubbins, John Panton . • 7^30 

-, Charles ....•••• o 

■■ ■ -, Martin Richard 10,30 

, Frederick Bebb 13,30 

Guthrie, James 17 



Halkett, Henry Craigie .... 10 
Malliday, Frederick James 3,7 
HamUtou,RobertNorth Collie 

0,33 
— , Henry Charles ,.10 

Hampton, Robert 1 1 ,3 1 

Hardinge, the Rt. Hon. Sir 

Henry 3 

Harington, Henry Byng 9,30 
Harrison, Richard Pryce 13,31 
Harvey, John Inglis .... 6,33 

, George Frederick 8,33 

HathofOy Hugh Vans. • • • 7>33 



Page 
Hawkins, John Abraham 

Francis 0,18 

Heyland,AlezanderCharlcs 

7,18,30 
Hillersdon, Charies George 15 
Hobhouse, Charles Parry . . 17 
Hodgson, Robert Francisl0,3l 
Home, Charles. .•..••».. 10 

Houstoun,Robert 10,33 

Hughes, Robert VYigram ..IS 
Hutchinson, John Ross. . . . 15 

Inglis, John Forbes David 15 
Irwin, Eyles Valentine . . 8,32 

Jackson, Welby Brown . . 6,19^ 

, ColvilleCoverley7>l» 

, Elphinstone 16^ 

, Louis Stuart 10 

James, Hawlyns Francis .. 8 
Jenkins, Edward 15 

Karr, Walter Scott Seton ..15 
Kemp, Francis Baring . • 1 1 ,313 
Kinloch, Charles Walter . . 9 

Lance, George Edwin .... IT 
Lane, Henry Snaith .... 5,18 

Lang, Arthur 8,18,1^ 

Lautour, Edward 13,30 

, Edgar Frederick . . 14 

Lawreuce, John Laird Mair 

10,3» 

Lean, James • 8,19 

Lewis, William Thomas . . 17 
Leycestcr,GcorgePercival 11,3 1 
Le Bas, Charles Theodorei3,l9 
Lillie, John Edward Suther- 
land 14 

Liod, Francis Macan .... 15 

Lindsay, Colin 6,1 8,30 

, George 5,18,30 

, Charles Robert . . 17 

Limond , Campbell 17 

Li ttledale, Arthur .... 13,31 

Loch, George 1 3,30 

, Thomas Coutts . . 13,31 

— — , John Adam ........ 34 

Loughnan,Robert James. • 8,10 
Lowis^ John aOylS 



$m. 



mtiQAlL, 



Page 
Lowthy, Fnncis •.«.••.••..«... 10 
Lowther, Robert. . ...•>• 4»i 9 
Loyd, Thomas Kirkmia 15t«ig 

Lidce, William 9 

Lusfaington, Henry . . . d«i8^o 

■ * ■ — jGeo.Thoa. 6>18,24 

■ ' , Chas.Hiigh . . li 

•' — , Fred. Astell ..32 

■ , Charles Aasell 15 

■ ' ', Edw. Harbord 16 



}4 acdonaldy Alex. Geerge 1 2>3 1 
Mackenzie, Colia. . .....••.. 8 

Mackintosh, Geo. Gordon . . 11 
Mac Sween, Charles. . 4, 1 8,21 
Mactier, Thomas Binny. ... 16 

Macwhirter, John Peach . . 15 
Maddock, Sir Thomas Her- 
bert, Knt. .^. a,4 

Malet, Octavius Wanre. . 11,20 

, Arthur (Bom. Estab.)23 

Mansell, Charles Gifiaville . .7 

Maples, William 16 

Marriott, Randolph 16 

Marten, Thomas Powney . . 8 
Martin, William Henry. . 8»fti 
■ -, George Louis . . 12,21 
Masson, WilUam Faltency 

9,20,23 

MfClintock,. Geo. Frederick 9 

Al'Leod, Donald Friell .. 9»1'9 

,George Forbes .... 1 7 

MeJvill, Philip 3,14,2a 

Metcalfe, ThomasTheophihis 

4,19,2d 
I ■■ ■■»,Hy. Cariistowa 10,<^ 
Millett, Frederick ....a^S^l^ 
Mill, James Bentham .. .12,20 
M ills, AndrewJohnMoffatt 7 , 19 
Monckton, Edward Henry 

Cradock 11 

Money, William James 

Henry 8,21 

- — ' — ', David Inglis .... 9 

■ , Wigram Elliot •»9(22 

— — , Rowland .•.. ., ., 11 

■'■'-, Gilbert Pocklin^tofl t5 

• "" ■ — ^, Aioazo ......•• ••• ♦-•. 16 

Montgomery, Robert.,^ «» 9 



Page 
Montre$or» Charl9» Fiancia 36 
Moore, Henry ••..«••»* 4,18 

, John Cony 16 

Morgan, Robert Bcooke ..9,19 
Morland, Edward Henry . , 10 

Morley, Charles 4,32 

Morrieson, David 3ix>oke. 

7,16,10 
Morris, Frederick John ..... 17 
Moir, John ...>.•...•.«•• ...9 

, William 13^20 

Muspratt, James Randall ,..17 
Mytton, Richard Herbert 8,22 



Neave,. Robert, ...•...»..•. 7 
Nelson, Horatio ••.•..»..., l6 

Ogilvie, Adam 5,21 

Ofiilvie, Thomas Elliot .... 15 
Ogilvy, James Balfour .... 8 

" - - , Donald ..•• •.••..I7 
Oldfield, Henry Swann. ... 5 
Ommaney, Manaton ColUng- 

wood 11 

Onslow, William 9 

Owen, Henry Travers 5 1 8,21 

Palmer, Henry John •« 5,.lfi»22 
—-—^, William Popham •.>5 
— , Samuel George. .^ 6,18 
Parka, Charles Crawford. « 5,23 
Paterson, William SmouU., 14 ^ 
Pattle, James .....•...«..« 4,18 
Patton, JamesHardwicke ... .6 
Pearson, Francis Boyle •• •• 15 
~, Edward Stanhope IC 

Pideodt, Henry 7,18,20 

PigouAithur.^ «. .^ 1/i 

Plowden, Trevor John Chi- 

chdey ^.. 0,23 

■ ■'■ , Aiigustils Udncy 

Chicheley ••8»23 

. ■ » George Augustus 

Chicfaeley ..••...«..•• 9,32 

Poiwer«. John •*«•.. 16 

Priflglc, David . ., • ..... . • 7,21 

Prow«I^JMevil Horatio Ed. 



wood 



>*•«•&••••• •>••• 



CIVIL INDEX. 



26^ 



Page 
Quintin,Wniiam StQuin- 

tin 8,19 

, Charles Bletsoe ..10 

Raddiffe, Edmund Fofd 12,22 
Raikes, Henry Thomas .« 8,21 

, Charles 11 

, George Davy ..1S,31 
, Richard Cairnes ..13 

, Arthur 14,20 

Rattiay, Robert Haidane 4, 18 
Ravenshaw, Edward Cock- 
bum. « i 6,19 

— — — — , HoldenShep- 

pard ••.•.... 1S,21 

R^ul, Francis Edward. ... 8,21 
Reade, Edward Anderdon 7,20 
Reid, JohaFlemingMartin5,i 8 

^——9 Alexander 7 

— — , Joseph 10,10 

—^, Henry Mountfbid ••13 
Richardson, Edward James 

Charles lO 

, Robert John. .17 

Ricketts, Henry 0,19 

Riddell, tienry Philip Ar- 
chibald Buchanan .... 14,91 
Rjvaz, John Theophilus • • • . 5 
Roberts, Arthur Austin. • 13,20 

, William 14 

Robertson, David 10,1 9 

Robinson, Francis Horsley7,l9 

Rose, Hugh 9 

Ross, Alexander ........ 13 

■ , Andrew 14 

Routh, William De Hague 10 

Russell, Francis Whitworth 4,2 1 

, Charles Du Pr6 .... 4 

, Henry Patrick ••5,21 

, Rich Henry 14 



Sage, Joseph White 4 

Salmond, James William . . 17 
Samuells, Edward Alexan- 
der 11,23 

Sandeman, Hugh David • . 17 
Sandys, Teignmouth ■• • • • 8,21 

, Edwin 10 

Sapte> Brand •• 10 



P4gc 
Saunders, Charles Burslem 1 
Schalch, Vernon Hugh. . . . 15 
Sconce, Archibald. . . . 9»20,23 
Scott, Thomas Carrington 8,20 

, Robert James 1 » 

, Hercules 17 

Sealy, CudbertThomhill]3,l9 
Shakespear, George Trant. . la 
— — — , Alexander. ... 1 4 

Shank, Alexander 10,20 

Shawe, Merrick Arthur 

Gethin 12,19 

Shore, Richard Nowell .... 14 
Skinner, Russel Morland 10,21 

Skipwi th , Ful war 9, 1 9 

Smelt, Arthur 4,21 

Smith, Edward Peploe «. 6, 19 
— , George Henry. . . . 7>*i3 

■ , Sydney George . • 8,21 

— -, Mosley 9 

Snell, Richard Hugh ..11,22 

Spankie, Robert 17 

Speirs, Archibald .... 7,18,20 
Stainforth, Henry. ... 7 ,18,22 
— — — , Frederick . . 9»i 8,20 

Staniforth, John 5,22 

Steer, Charles 10,^20 

Stirling, Edward ...... 5,2 1 

Strachey, William 14 

, John 15 

Sturt, Richard Rocke. • . . 8,1 9 

Swetenham, Henry 4 

Swintoo, Archibald Adam l s 
, Alan 1« 



Taunton, John Joseph Wil- 
liam 0,20 

Tayler,Benjamin 4, 18 

— — , William 10,21 

, Ralph John ..4,18,S1 

Taylor, Thomas 7>21 

Pierce Gilbert Ed- 

....10 
>, William Trevor 10,21 



9 

ward 



Templer, John William . . !»,20 
Thomas,Henty Haringcon 

5,18,19 

, Edward 13,22 

Thomason, James 6 



965 



BENGAL. 



Page 
Thompson, George Powney 

Thompson, Charles Fergus- 
son 6,18,31 

ThornhiH,RobertBen&l€y ia,3i 
— • ,Cudbert Bensley 

—— , Mark Bensley •• 14 

Thornton, John 9 

, Edward. .10 



— — — , Reginald 17 

Tiemcy, Matthew,John<j,i 8, J 9 
Timins, William Raike^. ... 9 

Todd» George 8,23 

Torrcns, Robert ....... 7,23 

' ■ , Henry Whitelock 9,1 » 

■ ■ , John Samud .. lo^ai 

Tottenham, Cornwallis .... 10 

Travers, William ........ lO 

Trench, Philip Charles . • . • 9 
Trevor, Charles Binny . .* 1 1 ,1 9 

, Edward Taylor. • . . 1-3 

Trotter, Robert 8 

■ ' , William Thomas. . lo 
— — , Thomas Couttsi,3,3i 

Tucker, Charles .,. 5,18 

- ' , Henry Carre ..,.11 
, Robert Tudor. . 1 2,ao 

, St. George • 15 

— , Francis 17 

Tulloch, Colin Robertson 8,31 

Tumbull, Alfred d,l3 

TurnbulUGeoiige DundasMylo 
Turner, Thomas Jacob. . 5, 18 
Tyler, William Hardinge 7,21 
— , Edward Francis , • . . 9 



Page 

Udny, George 6»22 

Unwin, Henry 9»31 



Vansittarty William 1 1 

, Henry 13,38 



Walker, Richard ....»••• 7 
Ward, James Jackson.. 13,30 
Watsoo, William Christian 17 
Wauchope, Samuel •••••• 15 

Wedderburn,. J ohn 17 

Wells, Frederick Octavius 7 

Wheler, John ii»3i 

Wilkins, George Daabwood 

13>92> 

Wllliaou, Robert > 

, Fleetwood.. io,ai 
Wilmot, Edmund .... 9,20,38 
Wilson^ John Cracroft . . 9921 
Wingfield, Charles John . • lA 
Woodcock, William Henry. . 7 
—— -, Thos. Parry 8»19 
<— -, Edward Eldbo- 

rough ....13 

Wyatt, Thomas a,2i 

Wylly, Edward Micbad 13,19 
Wynyard, William. » . . .« . . la 



Youngy. James H«ary it 

'»■ ■ ' , Thomas 12 

— , ArchibaldRoberts. . 18 

, William Gordon ..16 

Yule, George Udny.. 11,90 



SENEGAL. 



264 



MILITARY INDEX. 



Page 

Abbott, Augustus 4^,40,01,08 

, Frederibk ••50,01,75 

, James •... .09 

■ -, Peter 102 

, John Richard 108,17-0 
■ ' ■ y Saunders Alexius 

141,180 

I ■ , Herbcrt Edw. Stacey 

00,104 

, Henry William . . 41 

Abercrombie, William.. »o,7G 

-, John ...... 70 

Abktt, Thomas ...••58 

Acland, Hev. Charles 41 

Adams, Robert Roy . . iod,i75 
Adlam, Henry Charles . . 139 

Agnew, William 130 

Ahmuty, James ...... 54,07 

Aikman,Charles Robertson 131 

Aitchison, James iSft 

Alcock, Rich. Ponsonby 45,130 

Alderson, John Christ*. ... 153 

Alexander, James ..43,55,155 

, William 00,81,174 

, James (art.) 59*08 

-, William Charles 

80,108 

-, Canan 150 

m, .,Frederick James 84 

* ■ , William (*id) 80 

— — , Frederick ,...71 

■ I ■, William Roxton 
Eneas ..•••.. 143 

Allan, James 190 

Allen, Edward 71 

— , Alexander Stewart 124* 

, Augustine • 145 

Alpc, Henry ^,.131 

Alston, James Stewart. ... 1 1 8 

Anderson, John. ..... 55, 1 5 1 

, William ..149,170 
, WiUiam (art.) 

49,01,08 

■ , John (art.) .... 09 
. . , John .....•••184 
, John(eng.) .. 51,75 






Anderson, James 192 

— — , Francis .... 74,192 
' , George Gibson 100 

— , Robert 82 

, Harry Cortlandti44 
— — — , Robert Patrick 1 10 
— , William ...... 1 80 

Anderton, Henry Charles 1O4 
Andree, Richard Collier 55,98 
Andrews, William Eyre. . lOS 
, James Richard 

Benson ..• 142 

" , Charles Gould . . 193 
— — , Hastings D'Oyly 
Gordon Macleod ...... 157 

■ ., Charles , 1O2 

" " ■,£. (B. E.) .•••.. 175 

Angelo, John 59,79 

— — , Piederick 182 

■ , Richard . . . . .• 124* 
, John Anthony .... 72 

Angus, George I88 

■ ■ ■ ■ , John Anstruther 100 
Annesley, Robert Michael 

Smith 155 

Anson, Frederick Walpole 

44,109 
Anstruther, Robt. Lindsay 

59,82 
Antisell, Christopher .... 49 
AppeFley,WillianaWyrme53,80. 

■ — , Henry 70 

Apthorp, Charles i3l 

Arbuthnott, The Honourable 

Charles James Donald. . 185 
Archer, Charles ....172,195 
Acmit, John Oliphant .... 1S6 
Armstrong, George CraTen 

137,170^ 
■ , George Andrew 93. 

Arnott, John 192 

Ashton, Philip ... 74^ 

Aspinall, James 53 

Atkinson, James 187 

» ■ ■ ' , Fred. Dayot . . 90,91 
' ■ ., Charles ]i>oyly50,i30 



S65 



BENGAL. 



Page 
AtkiosoDy George Francklin 

60,77 

Atlay, Edward 72 

Aubert, Frederick lai 

, William Wright 124* 

Auldjo, John Richardson. • 180 
Austen, George Powell. . . .log 

, Albert George .... 7 1 

Austin, Edward Griffiths 70,74 

Babbage, Henry Prevost . . 145 
Bachman, Jasper •,..•••• 184 
Backhouse, Julius Brock- 
man 01,08 

Bacon, John Fergusson •• 191 

, Basil Ebenezer .... 140 

-——, Charles Basil Gibbons 94 
Baddeley, Paul Fred. Henry loi 

Baggs, Isham 47 

Bagot, Alexander .... 43,100 
Bagshaw, Frederick John 

Salmon 186 

Bagshawe, Samuel Robinson 98 
Bailey, Frederic Pioctor ..186 

Baillie, George 154 

, John 117 

Baird, Augustus Eraser . . 109 

Baker, Onslow 63,68 

• , William Erskine 50,75 

, William 85 

, John 181,190 

•, Frederick Moffatt. . 155 

•, William Thurlow.. 150 

Balderston, Archibald. . 44,io7 

, George Veasey 1 86 



Baldock, John 11 

Baldwin.Rich.Horsmonden 09 

, Charles 91 

Balfour, John 192 

Balmaiti, John Henry .... 85 

Bamfield, Daniel • . I46 

Banister, George ........ ig6 

Banks, John Sherbrooke . . 134 

Barber, James 130,190 

, Robert Thomas Hawks- 

ley.. 186 

Barchard, Charles Henry.. 186 
JSairclay, John Samuel Ko- 

i>erdeau 147 

■« I , Robert Campbell 158 

faring, John D*Oyly .... 145 

, Henry 95 



I Page 

Barker, Thomas Brown 150,188 

>, James 81,188 

, Alfred 180 

Barlow, George Robert 

Pratt 140 

Bamard,Henry Clinton 58,135 
Barnes, Walter Richard . . 1I8 

Barr, William 70 

Barrett, John 137 

, WilliamPartsh 74,196 

Barry, Henry 161,107 

Barstow, John Anderson . . 137 

Barth, William W 195 

Bartleman, John .... 46,134 

Bartlett, William 185 

, Henley Thomas. . 112 

— — -, James Alfred .... 14» 

Barton, Ezekiel 55,136 

• , Nathaniel Dunbar. . 83 

Barwell, Charles Ardiur . . lOi 
Basden, Charles Brenton . . 15I 

Basely, Charles .....141 

Basilico. Andrew 1 86 

Batson, Stanlake Henryi 30,192 
Batten, Joseph Gordon. ... 1 37 

Battine, William 55,67 

Baugh, Folliott Walker ..117 

, Bempde Henry ..134* 

Bayley, Daniel 83 

Bazely, Francis Ruddle. . 48,68 
Bazett, Charles Young .... 85 
Beadle, James Pattle. . . . 51,70 

Beadnell, George 137 

Beale, Anthony 144,194 

Bean, John Dickson Dyke 114 
— , Charles James ..151,167 
, John William Frede- 
rick 104 

Beatson, Rt. Wedderbum 183 

, William Fergusson 

144,107 
— — — , Theodore Francis 

Brougliton •• ••86^ 

Douglas Charles 



Turing 105 

., Albert Balcombe 102 



——- ,JohnFullarton 1 06,1 95 

, William Stuart ..78 

Beattie, Alexander;. 137,190 

Beaty, Francis 182 

, Henry 50,152 

Beauchamp,Willough.Geo. 3 85 



MIUTARY 

Page 
Beaumont^ Eraest Charles 

Fraucis 13U 

Becher, George Richard 

Prendagasc 95 

Becher, Henry Murray ..140 
, Charles Grant 81, 169 
, Arthnr lVIitford4d,iAl 
-, Septimus Harding I5i 



•, Samuel John 102, 175 
-, John Reid ., ,,50,76 
'f Rev. James Young 41 
-, Andrew Alameth 130 
., Richard Adolphusidd 



Beckett, William leo 

Bedford, Joseph Richard.. 190 

Begbie, Arthur Pitt 185 

Bell, George Banks .. 56, 130 

—»9 Rev. John 40 

— , Adam 195 

Belli, Henry Stuart 109 

Btflson, Henry 143 

Bennett, John William .... 68 
Benson, Richard .... 3,57992 

, William 80 

Bentley, Patrick 49 

Beresford, Richard 153 

Berwick, George Jackson. . 190 
Besant, Thomas Henry 

Gatehouse 183 

Bethune, Alexander 48 

Betts, Edward John. 1 83 

Bicknell, Isaac 190 

Biddulph, Edward 57,67 

— ^ , William 135 

, George 135 

Bigge, Henry Lancelot. ... 1 56 
Bignell, William Phillips 159 

, Frederick D'Oyley iOl 

Binny, William Henry . . 100 
Birch, Will'am Charles 96,17 8 
, Richard James HoU 

well 45,69,62,106 

•, Frederick William 

131, 179 
—, Thomas Charles . . 122 

-, Walter 98 

■., George 150 

., William Thomas ..92 
Bird, Henry Lewis 138 



INDEX. 266 

Page 
Bird, Louis Saunders . . 59, 115 

, Robert Wilbetforcc 95,ir8 

— — , James Wilberforce 

Lewis. 103 

Bird, Richard Herbert Lewis 193 

Birrell, David 60, 89 

— — , James Ramsay ..103 
Bishop, George William . . 51 , 

161, 173 
, William Louis 

Mosheim 136 

— ^—, William Dunn. . 121 
Black, George Alexander. .159 

' ' , Samuel 186 

Blackall^ Robert 57,140 

Blackburn, Henry Leiih ..131 
Blackwood, William 149,172 
— — — ., Archibald .... 149 
Blagrave, Thomss Colvin 117 
——^JohnWilliam Bar- 
well 164 

Blair, Jaxnes 57,155 

, Charles Devaynes 60, 86 

, Edward Robert .... 141 

Blake, George 58, 67 

— -, MuirsonTrower 144,174 
Biamire, Richmond Baynes 88 
Bland, Rev. Robert James 41 

, Thomas Holt Leigh 186 

Blaney, Peter 184 

Blanshard, John Henry . . 158 

Blayds, Thomas 148 

Bleaymire, Joseph 90 < 

Blois, Thomas Francis 46,103 
Blomficld, Charles Robert 146 
Bloomfield, Fitzmaurice 

Gustavus 73 

-, Godfrey Colpoys 135 
Blunt, Charles Harris . . « . 73 
-— «, Charles William. ... 135 
Boddam, Hungerford Meyer 7 2 
Bogle, Archibald 23,62,93,178 
Boileau, Henry Cunning46,ii9 
— ■■■, John Theophilus 

61, 75, 177 
, Francis Burton . • 69 
■, Alexander Henry 

Edmonstooe 7 < 

, Edward John .... 1 5 



2er 

Page 
Boileau, George Wilson 134* 
"—, Thomas TheophiliM 83 
— , Neil Edmondstone 118 
Bolton, Thomas V/illiam •• 93 
, John Campbell .• .. 87 
Bonaniy, John CoUings ..186 
Bond, Harman Read . • . . iga 



BENGAL. 

Pace 
Brassey, Richard John • # 192 
Brett, George Augustus .. 131 
Brewster, David Edward. • 153 

Bridge, Robert 102 

Briggs, David 51 » 108 

, John Patrick , • • . 130 
, William 161 



Bonham, George William 

59, 130 

Bontein, John.. 127 

Bosanquet, Frederick Bernard 

107 
Boscawen, Hugh Augustus 

46,144 

Boswell, Bruce • • 1 82 

— — , Rev. Robert Bruce 40 

— , Alexander Carre 110 

, Nicholas Carnegie 93 

Boult, Edmund • 1 92 

Boulton, Charles ...,,... 137 

-, Richard •.,..••. 83 

Bourchier, George 71 

— «, Plunket ,...,. 1 40 

Boustead, Rev. James • ... 41 
Bouverie, Philip Arthur 

Pleydell ..42, 125 

Bowcn, Herbert 64, no 

— — , Herbert Curtis . . 1 20 

Bowhil], John 1 94 

Bowie, Charles Vincent. ... 7 1 

Bowles, Harry 1 86 

Bowling, Henry Hawkins 193 
Bowring, George Gardner 149 

Bowron, John 109,189 

Box, Thomas 88 

Boyd, Mossem 54, 143 

— , Hugh 46,106 

, Brooke 15S 

—-r, Alexander ... ..... 90 

Boyes, William Robert ..194 
Boys« William John Edward 8 2 
— , Fev. Htnry .. ...•.4i 

Brabazon, Martin Godfrey i5o 

Bracken, John .120 

Bradford, John Fowler 61, 78 

' , Evelyn 114 

■ , Edward Ouseley 7 1 
Brander,James Mainwaring 

158,190 
', Mangles James 166 



Bi imiield, Henry. 106 

Brind, Frederick 61, 68 

, James 6e 

Bristow, George WiUiam 

Grant 161 

, D'Oyley Richard 70 

— — , Edward Wynn .... 92 
«— — , John Samuel.. •« 169 

, J ohn W iUiam • . J 1 

BroadfcotGeorge ( M . E.) . . 24 

Brodie, Thomas. 96, 1 78 

— — , Grgeme Mercer ..142 
— -, Francis Walker ..118 
— -~, Charles Geoige •• 116 

Brooke, George 58 67 

, Francis Cissen .... 98 

— , John Cheap. . 153,173 

■> , Rev. Robert Par- 
kinson 40 

Brooks, Jotn Hatfield .... 78 

Broome, Arthur 46,69 

Brougham, Thomas 70 

— , James Peter ..194 

Brown, Charles ....109,179 

George Gilbert. .74,189 

, Robert 187, ibH 

, William 60,159 

, Peach • 60,1 20 

, Edmund John 76,i77 

-,John Campbell.. ..192 

, George Rice 106 

— , George 98 

, Charles Langfbrd . . 186 

, George Rodney .... 23 

-, L.(Bom.Est.) ..24, 42 



— — , Edward •.••,186 

Browne, Samuel 1 56 

y Clement Read 1 5 0,1 80 

, Birnie. ... ...61,68 

— — , Samuel James. . , . i36 



Brownlow,George Arthur. • 79 
— — -, Charles St. 
George ..106 



MILITARY 

Page 

Bruce, Lewis 58,) 03 

^ James igi 

' , Henry Alexander 

171, 191 
«, Robert Robertson. • 70 
— — , Henry Le Geyt, • . • 72 
Bniere, Charles Fleeming 104 
Bryant, Sirieremiah, Knt.55 , 8 a 
, Edward Pinckard. .138 
Br3rdon, William .... 175,199 
Buckle, Edmond ••44, 69» 74 
— — , Henry Bruges . . . . lod 
Buckley, Frederick •• . . 50,104 
Budd, George Rowcroft . 79 
BuUer, Spencer WeUingtoal50 

Bunce, John 188 

Buncombe, John • • • 90 

Bunny, Arthur ' ?2 

Burge, Alexander Barrett. .139 
Burgess, Francis iaques «• 164 
Burl ton, William 46,47,58,83 
, Francis Moira Has- 
tings ...38,143 

Burmester, Henry Garden id8 
Burn, HenryPelham 45,01,93 
Burne, Henry Knightley.. 91 
Burnett, Charles James 

Francis 44,90 

— — , FrancisClaude.. 09,74 
, John Hamilton . • 106 

Buraey, Henry 50,90 

■ , George 6i,l28 

Burroughs, William . . 37> 130 

, Frederick WiU 

liam 108 

Burrowes, Cosby 144 

Burt, Thomas Seymour 

61,75 
— , Charles Henry .... 1 54 

, Thomas William 99,1 90 

, Henry Walker ... 1 36 

, James Ranald 83 

Burton, Charles Eneas. ... 1 30 

■ ■ ■, North 133 

Bush, James Tobin . . 11 5, 1 70 
— , Richard Yeats Brownl55 
Busk, Andrew Lawrence. • 156 

Butler, John 44,94 

•, Charles John .... 180 



INDEX. 268 

Page 
Butler, John (3) .. •• 145,180 
— , James Henry .... J 93 

Butter, Donald 188 

Bntterworth, W. J., (Mad. 

Est.) 17 

Byers, Charles Hopkins .. I60 
Bygrave, Bulstrode . . .. 40,90 
Byng, Hon. Robert Barlow 

Palmer 153 

, Edmund Disney .... 88 
Byres, Patrick 54, 134 

Caddell, Walter 135 

Caddy, Douglas Truscott . 100 
Cade, William John.. 104,171 
Cafe, William Martin .... 140 
Cahill, William Ed\yard .. 18O 
Caley, Henry Francis. .58,154 

Cameron, William 188 

■ , Thomas iMouat 145 
Campbell, George .... 03,08 
— , Archibald Lome 78 
— — , Archibald .... 78 

, Archibald (sur.) 

33,181,190 

■ , Osborne 1 83 

— , Colin 01,143 

— — ,Sif Edward Alex- 
ander «'.. 58,79 

— — , Robert .. 133,173 

, Kenneth .... 135 

,AlexanderiEneas 185 
— — , Charles 133 

, WilliamCharles 131 

■ ' , James Hunter 48,0 9 

■ , Archibald . . . . 1 48 

' ■ , William 139 

, Robert (3d) 137,1 7 1 

— — , Edward .... 93, 1 9-) 

, John 95,194 

, John Douglas 76 
, Archibald Ha- 
milton • 100 

, John Peter Wil- 
liam 137 

■> John Forbes . . 91 

— , HeibertLowe 186 

Cantor, Theodore 193 

Cape, Henry 195 

Z 3 



269 

Page 
Capel, Edward Samuel ••143 
Caidew, George Schugler i ga 
Carey, Thomas Augustus 108 
Carige, John Prideaux . . 180 
Carleton, Frederick Au- 
gustus 125 

——,Henry Alexander 70 
Carmichael, Charles Mont* 
anin •••••••• •••• •• 9/ $00 

Carnegie, John William. .. 106 

-, George Fullerton 134 

Camegy, Alexander .. 58,1 18 

, William... 183 

Carpenter, George .... 54,199 

, T. D., (M. E.) . . 23 

Carr,. George 112 

Carrington, Arthur 115 

Carshore, Rev. Joseph 
James • -41 



Carte, William Edward. • ....1 sd 

Carter, William Charles 124* 

' ' ■■ » John William- 144,175 

r— — — , Henry James Wm.-150 

', Charles . . . • ^^ .148 



Cartwright, Edmund43,54,l 47 
,Cartwnght,CharlesThomas 

106, 179 

Cary, Bernard . ; .97 

Cathcart, James .••.•••.. 154 
Caulfidd^ James . . ,^.»^,.^SfS6 
' — , Gordon . . •* »• idO 

— ^ , John Palmer^.-,. 94 

Cautley, Proby Thomas 50,68 
1 " -, Richard »,^.^J^y80 
— — , George . . t^. . . . 84 
Cave, George Noble. »•« .^.112 
Cavenagh, Orfeur*. .r. 123,168 

Cecil, George .^.^^.r; 103 

Chadwick, Thomas ,.•••> 182 
Chalmers, Alexander.. 74,189 

, Charles Bonner 194 

Chamberlain,NeyilleBowles 

43,107 

— , C^wford 

Trotter ..^, 119,169 

— — — /rhomas Hardy 1 00 
Chambers, Joseph 112 



BENGAL, 

Page 

Cbampneys^EdwardGeoffry 

John. 45,124 

Channer, George Gird« 

wood 48,60 

Chapman, George .. •.50,130 

Chapman, Henry ..180 

Charde, William 49 

Charles, Rev. James. • .• • . 4.1 
Charlton, Andrew. .....*, 164 

Chartefis, William Johnr 
stone Hope .... .1 33, 1 73 

Chase, Pormer Augustus 154 
Chatterton, James ...... 1 84 

Chauncy, Reginald.. 1 80 

Cheape, John 46,56,76 

Cheape,. Charles 44,141 

Cheek, George Nicholas.. 190 
— = — , Alfred Howorth 174, 

194 

Cheere, Henry • . . LfiS 

Chester, Charles 114 

Cheyne, George Macarmey ) 93 
Chiene, Patdck John. . • . 124* 

Chilcott, Joseph 104 

Chill, Samuel .....•••.. 188 
Chinn, Philip Suickler. ... 141 

Chiity» Richaid 130 

Chowne, James Henry ..156 
Christie, John ...... 7 9, 16« 

,. Edward .^•60 

•— — , , Charles Robert 



ley 



', Richard Welles- 



102 



Hewell .....^ 82 

, Robert (surg:.) *. 193 

-^•^«, Robert ^....si 

—r, Peter .. .- 71 

>, Daniel.... 88 



Christopher, Leonard Rais« 

•beck 101 

Clappertouy James Bun* • 
cle.. ............. ia79l88 

Clark, Charles 86 

, Hezekiah ...» .. 7^i^8 
— ^— , Gordon Wyatt • ... 1 14 

Clarke, John • 110 

, James 144 

, J. F. (H M.S.}. . . . 43 

Clarkson^ James Orun 58,133 

r-, John Horatio ... .07 

, James Price ... . 134 



MILITARY 

Page 

Clayton , Henry , 6 1 , 80 

Clifford, George Hughes . . 70 
— — -, Frederick Mor- 
rison 195 

•, Robert Wigram . . 185 



Clifton, William Charles.. 157 
Close, Frederick Alfred ..155 

Close, Edward 1 2a 

Coarc, George 1 50 

Gobbe, Charles Henry . . 1 8a 

Cock, James 54,l4i 

, Henry s6,i 14 

Codrington, Robert 45,«i,]d0 

Coke, John loi 

Cole, Thomas 103 

, Augustus Noel .... lOl 

' , George 106 

Colebiooke, Thomas Elliot 

1049I72 

Coley, Rev. James 41 

Collins, Colin Macfart^uhar 183 
Collyer, Nathaniel ..171,193 
Colnett, James Richard • . 1 83 
Colquhoun, Archibald ..190 
Colyear, Thomas David .... 83 
Combe, Harvey Terrick 88,89 
— , MelchiorHenry88,180 
— , Harvey Alexanderl 86 
Comberbach, William Suker 

169,193 
Commeline, Charles .... 104 
Comon, John Rawdon 74,194 
Comyn, Powell John .... 1 58 
Connolly, Christopher .... 74 
Conran, Henry Marcell .... 7 
Conroy, John Augustus ..148 
, George Heniy Wil- 
liam ISO 

Cook, Lewis Augustus. ... 125 

Cooke, Thomas 61 ,108 

— — yBryanWilliamDarwin 1 8 5 

•, William Augustus. . 93 

Cookson, GeorgeRemington 95 

■ ■ — ^Samuel Briggs. . 163 

, Edward 158 

Cookworthy, Colin 72 

CoombsyMonckton Nowell 125 
— , John Robert Rice 132 
Cooper^ George 4 3, 46, 5 5,1 24 • 



INDEX. 270 

Page 
Cooper, Charles 114 

, John Chamicr ..139 

■ , George Lewis . . 48,69 

Cope, Robert Wright Cope 103 

Corbet, James 181,190 

Corbett, Stuart 59»ll0 

, Toovey Archibald 151 

Corby n, Frederick 188 

Cordon, Lewis 49 

Corfieldy Frederick Brooke 61, 

111 

— , Joseph 92 

— , William Robert. . 122 
, Charles 137 

, Alfred Henry . , 90,91 

, Henry Ruxton ..100 
Cornish, Frederick William 69 

, Philip George. . . . 1 01 

Corsar, Colvin 1 54 

Costley,WilliamR.C.43,56,ia3 

, Henry Thcophilus 1 1 9 

Cotton, Henry 4.5,157 

, Charles M'Clintock86 

Courtenay, Henry Reginald 7 1 
Coventry, Charles .... 58,1 23 

— , Frederick. ... 53,82 

Cowan, William 49 

Cowley, Constantine Wil- 
liam 183 

Cowslade, John 5f ,90 

Cox, Henry Chambers Mur- 
ray 68,148 

— — , George 1 5o 

, William 48 

, Charles Vyvyan. ... 70 

, Charles Lindsay .. . . 194 

, Robert 99 

■ , William Frederick . . 73 
Coxe,Holled Wallace Hcnryi60 
Cracroft, John Edward ..152 
Craddock, William ..131,193 
Craigie, John Halkett 6l|l 11, 

167 

-, George 74,1 80 

Crane, Charles Joshua .... 1 82 

Crawford, Andrew Richard 1 10 
, Arthur ...... 186 

Crawfurd, Gavin Ralston 59,6 8 
Crigan, Qaudius Cornelius 96 
(Z 3 



271 

Page 
Cripps, John Matthew. ...1)7 

Crofton , Robert ..185 

Croly, Francis Robert .... 133 

-, George Alfred ....117 

Crommelin, George Arden 195 

, Henry Blyth 194 

■ ■ ' ■ , William Ardcn 

Al,77 

Cross, John 48,183 

Crosse, Robert lOs 

Grossman, Crawford q8 

: — , Francis Greach 135 

Croudace, James • , . . 00, 1 02 
Croxton, William .... 54,1 12 
Crozier, Alexander William 

175,193 

, William 195 

Cubbon, M. (M.E.) .... 20,24 

Cubitt, Thomas 139 

Cullen, W. (M. E.) !|4 

CuUimore, Daniel. . ..74,190 
Cumberland, William . . . . loa 
, Robert Bake- 
well 190 

: — , Richard Ray- 
mond ••186 

Cumberlege, Edward Al- 

tham 103 

■■ — , Nathaniel Jo- 

• seph 104,170 

•jJohn 131 



BENGAL. 

Page 

D' Aguilar, George 9^ 

Dallas, Arb'uthnot . • . • 40,107 

Dalrymple, John 85,1 88 

Dalston, George ...... 6*2« 148 

Dalton» Edward Tuite 100,178 

Dalyell, Thomas 46^139 

Dalzell, Hon. Harry Bur- 

rard 48,08 

Daniel], James Henry. .. . 09 

, James Townsbend 137 

Dansey, John James .... 1 07 

Darby, Williani .... 78,1 88 

Darell, William 144 

Darnell, Thomas Charles 141 

Darvall, Edward 147 

Dash wood, Francis . . .^ . . 68 
Davenport, James. ... 172,191 
Davidson, Alexander(Surg.) 

86,188 

— — , John 188 

, William Walter 47, 

109,175 



Cuminc, Archibald 1 86 

CunlifFe, Sir Robert Henry 

54«95i 

— — , Ellis 88 

Cunningham,Joseph Davey 

76,177 

— ., Alexander 7 6, 174 

, William Ro. 

bert 97,16ft 

Cuppage, Henry Croker . , loO 

Cureton, Charles 198 • 

Cur!ing,CharlesSimonsi2n,i88 
Curtis, James Gray William, 

47,02,197 

- — -, James Charles .... 109 
Cuyler, George Augustus.. I86. 

Da Costa, Lionel Gomez.. 148 



— — , Cuthbert 1 50 

; , WrighiWestcott US 

' , John Stewart ., }0% 

, Charles James 199 
— — , Hugh Murray . . 1 20 
— — , Gordon Hugh . . 88 

, Robert 18O 

Davies, James Stephen . . 123 

— ,C.J 184 

■ , Samuel ,191 

— — ,SamuelHughJamesl4\ 

■ , Elliot Voyle .... 1 99 

— — , James Snow .... xi4 

, Frederick John . . 14« 

, Horatio Nelson . . 1 80 

Davis, Charles Farquhar • • 1 15 

, William 129 

Dawe, William «.... 59 

Dawes, Michael 70 

Dawkins, Charles Digby 42,(^7 
Dawson, Rev. Frederick 

Ackers 40 

, John, 1st 99 

-, John, 9nd ...... 133 



Day,£d wardFitzgerald .... 08 
Dealtry, Rev. Thomas . . . . 40 
Deare, William • • 49. 



.,••186 



MILITARY 

Page 
De Fountain, Angus 
De Momet, Theodore 
De Teissier, Lewis Minet 186 
, Henry Prior 70,74 
Delafosse, Henry ,,48>59,68 
Delamain, Robert .... 57,156 
■ . ,WiUiam Henry 7Q,74 

Delane, George ..,•.,.. . . 83 
Dempster, Thomas Erskine 

74,188 
DeMontmorency,Raymond 

Hervey. • , . • , • 155 

Denham, James George Da 

Cruz 194 

penniss,GeorgeGladwin 59,67 
Denniss, GeorgeGladwin (2)88 

, EdwinShuckburghl53 

Dennys, Henr}' Redmill . . Ill 
, Edward Lascelles 10:< 

-— -*-^, J ultus BentaUi28, 1 76 
Dewar, Alexander Cum- 

ming 127,174 

Dewaul, Peter Henry Knight 

124* 

Diaper, Herbert 74,194 

Dick, Hope 56,146 

—«—, Alexander ....56,161 

, Sir R. H.(H.M.S.)... 43 

Dicken, William Stephens 191 
Dickens, Craven Hildesley 70 

, Arthur Davies ..128 
Dickey, Edward John. .53,105 
Dickinson, Thomas .., 58,101 
Dickson, Colpoys .... 141,179 
— — , John Burnic .... 190 

■, John Chadwick, • 124 

Dinning, Henry 161 

Dixon, Charles George 23, 

24,60,68,1 7 1>17 7 
— ■■— , Thomas .•..»».. 133 
Dod, Edward John .«,... 159 

Dodd, James (M.E.) 22 

Dodgson, William Scott . . 123 

i , David Scott ....121 

Dollard, William ....99,189 
D'Oyly, Ed ward Armstrong 

Currie 71 

■ . ., Charles Walters. « 148 

■ , George Fendall . . 157 

i^on, William Gilbert 138,170 



INDEX. 278 

Page 
Donaldson, Alexander Sul* 

tonQsborn ,135 

Doran, John 116 

Dorin, Henry Alexaiifler., iia 
—- , James Augustus .. I86 

Douglas, Claud 60,109 

■■ >, James Ferdinand 

60,130 
-, Charles (Art.).. 70 
— ^— -,Charles(Surg.) 79,194 
■' ■ ' , Charles Robert 

Qeorge 193 

. , C. (H.M.S.) . . . • 4a 

, H. N. (H.M.S.) . . 43 

. , Frsncis 1 96 

Doveton, Henry ,47 ,95) 

Downes^ E^ra Thomas 1 8 1 , 1 89 
Downing, Oavid60,94,i76>i7S 

Dowson^ Ralph , 9Q, 1 7 5 

Doype, Charles Armstrong 

150 

Drake, John MinshuU. . . . isft 

■ ■ ■ , Francis I5i 

Drew, Henry Rawlins .. •• 90 

Drought, Richard 150 

Drummond, John Gavin 45, 

58,151 

.—, Henry 79 

. p » James .. 1 10,1 7 1 

■ > II , Francis Walker84 
, Peter ....••lis 

, JohnWilliam I60 

Drury, Charles Curtis . . 124* 
Duffin, Charles William ..117 

, Robert. 148 

Dumbleton, Charles 80 

Dumbleton, Arthur Vincent so 

Dun, John 55,120 

Dunbar, William .. ..160,192 

> M , James Alexander 192 

'»■'', John Seymour ,.154 

Duncan, Alexander .... 54,96 

■ ■ ■ ■ , Francis Kyan .. ..69 

■ ■, Andrew Henry . . 188 
— — , Alexander Camp- 
bell 153,180 

, Allen ..52 

■ , James 191 

. , Henry Howard.. 51,76 
,Jamca.. 117 



273 



BBNGAL. 



Page 
Dundasy Sir James Fuller- 
ton, Bt 55,67 

— — , Charles Stirling ..7a 
Dunlop, Andrew Vans. 142,190 

— — , John 103 

Dun more, William Robt. 122 
D'unsford, Henry Fredericki49 
Durand^Heury Marion 24,76, 

177 

Durant, James • . 54,159 

, George 185 

Dwyer, Henry Arthur . , . . 149 
Du Vemet, J. S. (M.E.) . . 52 
Dyke, George Hart .... 48,08 
Dyke, Augustus Hart .... 1 16 

Dyson, John ...45,112 

Eagar, Francis John • • . . 1 1 

Earle, John Lucas 58,04 

— , William Henry. . 58,129 

, Solomon « .... 1 83 

-— «, John March 115 

, William Henry Shad- 

well Ill 

Eatwelt , AugustusCoverdale 117 
, William Coverdale 

Beaty 194 

Eccles, James William .... 91 

Eckford, James 57,97 

, John James .... 97 
Edgell, Richard John .... 143 

Edlin, Edward 74 , 1 93 

Edmonstone, Frederick Neil 

80,169 
Edwardes, Henry John . . 106 
— — , Herbert Benjamin 88 
Edwards, George Harris 51 ,164 

— — , William 1 09 

—— , Charles Lloyd . . 160 
Bgerton, Charles Chandler 189 

, John Francis .... 69 

Ekins, Charles .... 44,62>83 
Eld, Lionel Percy Denham 

100,178 

Elderton, Charles Augustus 

167,194 
I I ■, Ernest Dundas. . 101 

I I , Arthur.. 186 

EliotyJohu ..... 70 

Eliott, William Russell. ... 99 
Ellice, William George •• 106 



Page 
Elliot,ThomasCurrey ••74,190 

, Edward King ]«33,179 

, Amyand Powney 

Charles 81 

y Alexander James 

Hardy 84 

Elliott,George Donnithornel24 
Ellis, Richard Rich Wilford 

114,179 
, Frederick John .... 1 86 

, Arthur 1 86 

^— , Henry Augustus l^uisi85 

Elms, Edward John 92 

Elton, Robarts William .. 149 

, Henry Nathaniel . . 195 

Elwall, Frederick Charles 

139,179 
Elwyn, William ........ 148 

Emerson, James 117 

English, AugustusFrederick 1 1 3 
Erskine, Erskine Thomas . . 1 53 

— — , John 130 

, Walter Coningsby 

163,174 

Esdaile, James 191 

Eteson, The Rev. Ralph . . 40 

Evans, Edward 48 

, Dacres Fitzherbert 58, 

61,107 
■, Francis Roberts 42,62, 

117 

, James 157 

" -, H. L. (B.E.) ......173 

Evatt, Melville Francis . . 126 

Everest, Rev. Robert 40 

Ewart, David 68 

, John ...145 

^, Richard Sheridan.. 121 

, James HenryCruik- 

shanks 103 

Eyre, Vincent 70,1 74 

Faddy, Samuel Brougham 1 26 
— -, Langston Peter.. .. 120 
Fagan, Christopher ,. 54,129 

*,ChristopherGeorge4 6,84 

— , George H ickson . . 76 

, John • 89 

•,RobertChailcs Henry 
Baines 71 



MILITARY 

Page 

Pagan, James 114 

Fairbead, John Assey . . • • 90 

Fairlie, James 79 

> Mathcw • 40 



Fairweacber> John 43 

Faitbfttll, HenryJ acob.Young 7 9 
■ ■ ■ -, Richard William 

249,192 

. , George 15% 

Falconer, Hugh 191 



Fansfaawe, Rdt>ert Faitbfullloo 
, Richard William 
HenijT >.«•«•••••••■•• 88 

Farmer, Charles 119 

— — , George 1&6 

Farqufaar, Trevor Graham I65 
Farquhacsoa, George . . 61,99 
Farquhatson,John PeercL. 90 
, AndiewOgilvie 

198 

■ II ■' , Lenox James sa 
Farre, Richard Joha. . , . . . lOi 

FarrelU Henry 49 

F^tfrington, John James 58,67 
— — — jHenry Wortham 1 89 

■ ■ ■ ■ ', Olaus John 
M'Leod 95 

-, John James . • o* 
Fast, John Wells . . 43,54,1 1 6 
Fawcett, William Francis 95 

Fendall, John 108 

Fenning, Samuel Watson . . 68 
Fenwick, CoUingwood Fos- 

ter 191 

■ , Alexander Bcatb* 

waite « 96 

Ferguson, Robert 95 

Fergusson, James Alexander 

Duncan 89 

I.— .^^, Josias Du Pr£ 1 96, 1 7 9 
■ I . ■ , John Hutche8oiii94 

Femie, Robert 57 , 189 

Ferrie, Robert 104 

Ferris, Joseph 61,111 

■ , James Henry io3 

— - — , William Spiller ..103 

Fiddes, Thomas 56, 135 

Field, George Brydges P. . . 1 85 
Finch, Cuthbert .••.••.. 1 89 
— — -, Henry i%% 



INDEX. 274 

Page 

Finnis, John 69,141 

Firth, Joseph Henry .... 96 

Fisher, Rev. Henry 40 

» I t ■■ , Rev. Frederick. ... 40 
, Rev. Henry San- 
derson • . • . . 40 

■ , Thomas ,, ,. 138,171 

■ ■ »,John 114,171 

■ , Andrew 195 

I ■ ■ ■ i Goodricke Arm* 

strong . • 99 

, William 49,86 

Fitzgerald, John 59,87 

, William Robert 

51,60,75 
Fitzgerald, Geoi^e Fleet- 
wood Charles 09 

, Augustin 69 

■ , Charles Mor« 

daunt*. 199 

*— , William Robert 73 

Fitzmaurice, }(A\n Cooper 108 
Fitz Simons, Henry . . . 196 

Fleming, Frederick 190 

FlemyngyThomasFergusson 

196 
Fletcher, John William .. 196 

Flyter, James 154 

Foaker, Edward 19I 

Fogaity, Geovge Taylor 

Cornelius « ) 60,1(^4 

Fooks, George Alexander 
St. Pet«r , 14© 

■ ■ ■ , Walker King 71 

Foord, William Whiting 57.1 11 

Foquctt, Henry 146,171 

Forbes, William Nairne 99$, 

48,75,177 

■ , William 60,151 

, John Villiers .... 189 

I, Edward 1 10 

, William 118 

— -.—, Charles .., 194 

. I I ■ , Hamiltoa 185 

Ford, Joseph 78,196 

— , George Edward .... 169 
— , Charles Wilbraham 139 

Fordyce, John 68 

Forrest, Lowther Thos. . . 130 
n ■ ■ ■ ■ , George 48 



276 



BENGAL. 



Page 

Forsythy John • • . 188 

, Alexander 147 

, Alexander Gregor 1 13 

Foster, George . . « lo^ 

Fowle, Charks Stephen • . l]3 

Fowlis, John 08 

Fox, Sylvester 49 

Francis, Charles Bransby )37, 

188 
, Robert Bransby . . 104 

, Henry 72 

— — , Charles Richard.. 196 
Franklin, Robert Moss . . ISO 

Fraser, James 60,87 

' , Robert Warden . . 135 
Fraser, Archibald William 

Windham... 183 

— -, Hugh ..60,75 

— •, J. S. (M.E.) ......33 

"— > -, John Elphinstone . . 05 

— , John 136 

—— , Edward 77 

, George William ..118 
-— >-, AJexaruler Grant . 186 
Frederick, Henry Octavius 

61,157 

Free, John .... 86 

Freeling* Walter Turner ..158 
Freeraan,Jo8eph Hammondi93 

Freeih, William 145 

French, John 105 

, P.T. (B.E.) .... 24 
Frith, Warren Hastings 

Leslie 43,46,56,67 

Frizzle, John 49 

Frushard, James 57»90 

Fulcher, Frederick Page ..157 
Fullarton, Stuart Murray 199 
Fuller, Charles Wray .... 1 91 

, Thomas 184 

Fullerton, William 105 

Fultoil, John ,.96 

, George William 

Wright 77 

Furneil, Frederick.. .• 108,189 

Furrow, Martin 1 84 

Fytche, Albert 160,173 

Gahan» John Berresford Da- 
niel • 183 



Page 
GairdneryWUliam John 58,105 

Gaitskell, Frederick 69 

— — , James Gandy ..117 

Gale, Curwen 1 83 

Galloway, Archibald .. 55,148 
— — — , Archibald Stewart 

43,79 

Garbett, Hubert 69 

- , Christopher 1 90 

— — , Rev. Charles « • . . 40 
Garden, William ..45,58,is6 
— , Alexander -188 



Gardiner, Thomas James 
«■, Percy Fortescue 



107 
130 



Gardner, Edward Cornwall 1 30 
' '■ ■' , Henry rrarringtonl86 
Gardner, Herbert Calthorpcl 38 

Garforth, Peter 53,76 

Garner, Thomas 54>if4 

, Hartwell Samuel 196 

Garrett, Robert. 159 

Garstin, Edward .... 51,57)75 
* " ■ I , John Francis • • . . 15<^ 

, William Thomas 16O 

, Edward Sutherland 96 

— , Rev. Anthony .... 41 

- , Marcus Augustus 163 
■ ■ , Henry Murray.. J26 
Gascoyne, Charles Manners 81 
Gaskoin,Frampton Augustus 

186 
Gastrell, James Eardley ..104 

Gaussen, David I3a,167 

Caynor, George 90 

Geddes, William 58,68 

Geils, Joseph Tucker .... 150 
Geldsirt, Thomas John .. 155 
Gennys, Richard Henn . . 1 34 

Gerard, Patrick 183 

Germon, Richard Charles 104 
Gerrard, John Grant. . . . 47,86 

, Mark Anthony 

Biscoe 1.193 

-, William Ricketts 194 



Gibb, William 90 

Gibbings, Arthur 138 

Gibbon, Alexander 193 

Gibbs, John 43,1 83 

— — , John Innis. 158 

•^— , Robert William . . • • 163 



MILITARY 

Page 
Gibne/i Robert Dwarf is .,149 
Gibson, Lewis Wm n 8 

, William 48 

Gifford, John Symes ..•••• 9*2 

y James 93 

Gilbert, Walter Raleigh 43,65 

128 

, Francis McDonald 93 

Giles, Jumes Peter 163 

Gill, Peter Henry Peck .. 1-27 

Gillon, William 1 6a 

Gilmore, Mungo Wm. . . . 1Q9 

-, Henry Charles .. 149 

— — , John 50,7 5 

' ■ — , Robert Scott. • . . 71 

, James Fairlie. ... 7 a 

Girdlestone, Wm Bolton . . 59 
Gladwin, R.-v. CharKs 

Henry Benson 41 

Glasfurd, John 50,75 

Glasgow, William 143 

Glenn ie, William Ritchie 195 
Glyn, Doaglas Robert .. •• 99 

Goad, Sam. Boileau 78 

, Chas. Elliott 157 

— , Sam, Thos Alex... 111 
— ^-, George Purchas .... 92 
Godby, Christopher ..57,1-26 

Goddard,Thos..... 134 

Godfrey, John .....133 

Goldie, Andrew ...• ..•59,137 

, Barre Wm 75 

Goldney, Philip • • • 95 

Gomez da Costa, Lionel . . 148 
Gopdeve, Henry Hurryi 81,191 

— — , £dward 194 

Goodr idge , Wm.Gostwycke 1 94 

GoDdwyn, Henry 51 ,75 

-. , Alfrvd< George. • 7 6 

Gordon, James 79 

— , Geo. •<., 140 

, Patrick lOQ 

— — , George Lawrie 24,99 
' , Arch. Camp. 150,19o 

, Lord Henry 96 

, J amesThomas 1 06 , 1 7 9 

, William .... 143,190 

, Charles « 1 64 

— — , James 14,9 



John 



97 



INDEX. 27g 

Page 
Gordon, Theodore ...... 1 55 

, Robert Knight . . I69 

■ , William 139 

— — , George Huntley.. 129 

, Jamf s Gordon Duff I40 

Gorges, John Arthur Ho- 
ward 147 

Gosset, Frederic Richards 

Mealy 128 

Gott, William Charles. . .. 146 

Gough , Sir H ugh 3,43 

^, J.B. (H.M.S)....42 

Govan. John 105 

Gowan, George Edw. . . 56,67 

— , Gcf)rge Thomas. • n 8 

, James Young .... 1 09 

— — , William Morton . . 72 
Graham, Wm. Henry ,. 50,75 

^, Charles (Art.) 57>67 

, Charles .... 145 

— , John ......57,145 

, John 96 

, Joseph .... 140,180 

, James 74,188 

— , Geo. Tcmpler . , 109 

, Stuart Fred ©7 

9 William ........ 90 

— — -, John Colin . . 74,196 
Grant, Wm. Francis .... 153 

, Charles (Art.) ..61, 6s 

— — , John (surg.) 188 

— -, Patrick .... 44,61,149 

-, Jas. Wm 189 

, Andrew 90 

, James 113 

, George 74,194 

-, Alexander 1 94 

-, James (surg.) .... 195 

, Hugh 164 

— -, Bethune Donal.l.. 180 
Graves, Harry Meggs 6 1 , 1 07 , 

174 
Gray, James Clarke Char* 

nock 60,112 

Gray, Jas. Coutts Crawford 

109,17-2 
, George 49 

, William John .... 7a 

Graydon, William ...... 1 07 

, John ifc6 



277 

Page 

Grcon^ Wm. Abbott 191 

' , Philip Buddry Fox 

74,196 

; Joseph 48 

-x ., Theophilus .... .138 

— , Wm. Clarke 1 50 

-, George Wade Guy 90 
Greene, Godfrey Thos. ...46,75 
— — , George Nuttall . . 160 

, James 49 

> ' ■ , Octavius 186 

Greenstreet, John .... 54, 1 50 

Gregg, Henry John 133 

Greig, John 129,1 89 

— — — , Alexander . . . . 1 72,193 

GRville, Somhwell 88 

Grey, J. (H.M.S.) 43 

Grierson, Mathcw , , .. 74,190 

Griffin, John 61,115 

, Charles 141 

Griffith , Sam uel Mobdy . . 1 91 
— , Joseph CarncTOSS 73 
Griffiths, Charles .... 00, l ^27 

^— , Charles r90 

—-^-, Henry Charles ..94 



RfiKGAL. 

Page 
Haig, William Richard Yomig 

149 

— , Archibald Swinoy ..145 

Hailes, Martin Hunter .... 80 

Haines, S. B. (LN.) . . . ^ . . S3 

, Edward 5i,7i 



— , Francis George. .127 
Grimes, Henry Stocklcy 186, 

174 
Grindall, Richard Francis 5 1,99 
Grindlay, Henry Robert . . 82 

Grissell, James 1 36 

, Charles 151 

Grounds, Jeremiah Edward 186 
•Grove,Somer6et James 158,1 75 
Grubb, Edmund Arthur .. 115 

Guise, John •• 115 

— — , Richard Charles 163,102 
< ■ , Henry John.. ..119,170 
»*>, James Alexander ..193 

Gullan, David 190 

Gundry,CharlesBowden.. I86 
Gurnell,RobertMolesworthi 5S 

Guthrie, Hugh 11 1,1 88 

■ -, Charles Seton. . 50,75 
Guyon, Henry Joseph 62,1 22, 

170 
Gwatkin, Edward. . . . 53,58,98 
Gwatkin,Charle8 Robert 47,150 

Hagart, Charles 142 



Haldane, Charles 6l,l2S 

' , Radclyffie ..185,168 
Hale, Edward Dashwood. . 134 
Halford,WiIliamHamiUon 131 
Halhed,Champion Nathaniel 

144 

Hall, Henry 56,i6i 

, William Lisle 90 

— , Arthur , 53,81 

— , -John Francis D*Evc- 
reux Williams. • . . Ii3,l7t^ 

Hall, Edward 142 

—,John Thomas Stephen. 

son 103 

*— ., George Whittle Mac- 
kenzie ....117 

' — -, Charles Henry 186 

Hallett,- Clements Thomas 162 
Halliday, William Leonard 146 
Hamerton, A. (Bom. Est.). . 24 

Hamilton, Gilbert 143 

■■ , Charles William 

43,55,116 
■ ■ , John James . • 126 

) - Charles .... 58,98 

^ ■ j Joseph 48 

■ ' ■ ■ iGeorgeWilliam 1 2«* 

179 

■ ■' ■ ■ , RcT. Arthur .... 40 

— — , George Thomas 115 

— , Octavius 88 

. Charles Vereker 185 



— — , John James ... .93 

— — — ., Frederick Wil- 
liam AngttsMis ........ 88 

— — ■ , George I4i 

n ■ , William Conradi86 
Hammcr*ley, Henry . . .185 
Hammond, Rev. Anthony 40 

, Henry 70 

Hampton, Joseph Hampton 

1?D 

, William Philip na 

, William 105 



MIUTART 

Page I 
Htttdscombjtaic Henley oi, | 

117 
Hindyside, Charles Baird 168, 

191 
Hankin, George Cromxnelin 1 50 
Hannah, Simon Fraser 130,17 1 
Hannyngton, John Caal- 

feiW 115,179 

Harcoart, Henry 158 

Haidca»Ue, Edmund Junius 

143 

Har<tinge, Sir Henry 3 

■ ■ , Charles S 49 

Hardtsty, John Claudius. . 15s 
Hanlwicke,Frederick Wilson 

101 

Hare, Edward « I6g,i99 

Haniigton,TbomasLowth. . 81 
■ " ■ -, Rev. Hastings 

Hawes ...•• 41 

Harland, Charles .... 17S,194 

Harper, George 1 54,193 

Harriott, David 56,84 

' ■ ', Frederiek Joseph. . 85 
Harris, Joseph «• 56,95 



*t«*i 



-, Philip .... 63,160,175 
«•, James Stanley . . . • i *2 1 

— , James 83,196 

-, Alfred 78,177 

— > Charles 118 

», Wilraer oWen . . « . 1 33 

•, James Turner .... 108 

•, Webber Desborough90 

-) Robert Robison ..157 



Harrisoa, Francis 69 

1 Chamock Ingleby 

47)155 

■ ■ » Jatnes 195 

-, J<iihn Barton 1 03, 195 



— , Edward 73 

Hart, Thomas Barnard ]05,i 89 

Harvey, Edward 86 

Hasell^ Christopher 138,176, 

179 
■ ' , William Lowther 

134,173 

Haslewood,Walter Key .. 89 
Haslock^ John Charles. ...139 



INDEX. 278 

Page 
Hastings, Hon. Edward 

Plantagenet Robin Hood 133 

■ ■ , Thomas 195 

Hatch, George Cliflfe 147 

Hathaway, Charles 195 

Hatborn, Hugh Vans .... 109 
Havelock, H. (H.M.SO ..43 
Haughton, John Colpoys 

144,176 

Hawes, Benjamin 91 

Hawkes, Robert 57,79 

Hawkey ,JosephPaterPater- 

son Troscott 164 

Hawkins, Francis Spencer 47, 

57>138 

— , AlexanderWiUiam 

70,174 
Hawthorne, Robert John . . 83 
Hawtrey, Herbert Onslow 143 
Hay, Patrick Martin . . 55,160 
— , Humphry .... 44>59,87 
— -, William Edmund .. ..89 

, Patrick 144 

— , Robert 140»170 

— , William 70 

-— , John Charles 150 

, John Macdowall 176,195 

Haydon, I'homas • 73 

Hayes, Fletcher Fulton 
Conipton ....153,167,180 

Hayley,Hugh 186 

Hayward , William 48 

Healcy, Henry Hugh 47 

Hcarscy, John Bennett. . 57,83 
Heathcote, Thomas Godfrey 

195 
Hebbert, George Peter ..•.77 

Henchman, Henry 14* 

Henderson, Francis Char- 

tcris 168,191 

■ «■, Charles Murray 193 

— — ' — , George 131 

■ ■ ■ ■ -, Benjamin .... 138 
— ■ " -, Davia Henry 186 

— — — , R. (M.E.) 43 

Hennell, S. (B.E.) 34 

Hennessy, John .... 160,174 

Hepburn, David 59, 103 

Za 



^9 

Page 
Herbert, George Edward . . 85 
-»—- , Richard Athelustan 

136 

■■ ' -, Charles 109 

Herries, W. R. (H.M.S.) . . 42 

Herring, Edmund 1 8a 

Hervey, Andrew 57,131 

, Gerald Augustus 

Frederick 94 

Hewitt,William Henry 56,130 

, Francis 00,124 

Heysbam, Robert Thornton 03 
Hickey, Charles Edmund . . 92 

, William Alexander 

George • ••• 123 

Hickman, John Palliser • . 1 82 

Hicks, George 58,99 

-, John William .. •• 157 
— , William Charles ••94 
— , Edward William , . 157 
— , George William Scott 

09,178 

— , Robert Henry 88 

—, William John . . . . j 13 
--, Charles Fredeiick . . 97 



BBNj&AU 

Page 
Hockley, Julius Joseph • ; 154' 
Hodgson, John Anthony 

55,105 
~, John Studholm io8 



Hill, Rowland 44, 1 60 

— , George Mytton •• 46,108 

— , Rowley 95,169 

Hills, Thomas 1 86 

Hillcoat, Henry Brougham 94 
Hillersdon , William Reade 1 4 3 

Hilliard, John 194 

-, Thomas Holyoake 

114 
Hillier, Henry Curry .... 109 
Hilton, Thomas William 155 

Hind, James .... - 49 

Hinde, Charles Thomas 

Edward 155 

, Rev. Francis . • •••.41 

Hine , William^ ......... 1 84 

Hinton, Henry Benjamin 

175,193 
H inton, Thomas Lambert 1 95 
Hire, Sydney Joseph .... 1 13 

Hobday, Thomas Francis. . 162 
Hobson, George Barnes . . 162 
Hockin, Philip Roe 138 



-, Henry 54,109 

— , Charles James . . 77 
Hugh N orris ••180 



Hoey,John ...» 80,190 

Hoggan, William •••••• 153 

,John 58,143 

Hogge, Charles 70 

Holbrow, John 56,1 SI 

Holland, George 71. 

— — , Thomas Woollams ^ 

180 
HoUings, William Charles 137 

— , Geoige Edward 

148,179 
-— — — — , Henry .•.••« 150^ 

Hohnes, Griffiths ...... 59,98 

—, William Burvill 108 
— — , Samuel . . . .140,190 

, James Garner 149,109 

, George Edward ••162 

Holroyd, George 1 3d' 

, Charles 126. 

Hole, Edward Van Hey- 

thuysen« 132. 

Homan, Samuel Adamson 

91,195 

Home, John .56,127' 

J Richard ,...•• 58,137 

Hood, John 139 

Hook, Frederick Augustus 16& 

Hooper, William 103 

Hope, John 174,191^ 

Hopkinson, Henry •• i6o,160 
Hopper, Arthur Gluin »• •• 11&. 

— , Harman Baillie ..122 

Hore, William 109 

.Walter .110 

Horsburgh, Thomas Scott 128 

Horsford, Richard • .08 

Horton, Charles .... 1 01 , 1 95 
Hoste, William Dasfawood 145 
Hotham, George Frederick 185 
Houchen, George Augustus 

Frederic 145 



MILITARY 

Page 

Hough, Henry 187 

■ , William 182 

. » Joseph 83>190 

Houghton, Richmond. ... 153 
Houstoan, Sir Robert •• 54,85 
', Hugh John . . . . go 
Howaidy Edmund William 

Baidley 80 

Howatson, Thomas 184 

Howden, William Marcus 190 
Howorth, Humphrey .... 199 
Hudleston, Henry •.••98»178 
Hudson, George Isaac . ... 157 
Hughes, Richard Radford 183 
— — , Edward James • . 147 
— — , Henry Joseph. . . . 152 
William Templer 138 



^^» 



Httisb, George 58,1 61 

,Alfred 09,74 

Hull, Lawrence Nilson 00,107 
Hulme, John James . . . • 1 40 
Hulse,. Henry Charles.. 86,190 

Hume, Alexander 88 

, John James 138 

Humfrays, Alexander .... 69 
Humphrey, Rev. William 

Topley 41 

Humphreys, Christopher 185 
Hungerford, Townshend 

James William 70 

Hunt, William 1 84 

.1 , John ....lid 

Hunter, George . . . • 43 ,5 5^ 80 

, William 100,173,179 

, Robert Mackeliar 103 

, James 143 

— , Thomas Harvey.. 183 
■ , Thomas Christopher 

192 

— — , Andrew 110 

, Robert .....49 

r— — — ,John 108 

Hunter, Edward 108 

Hutchinson, James ..187,188 
Alfred Cooper 70 



ley 



-, Theodore Cay- 



igs 






William Cald- 



well. 



71 1 



INDEX. 280 

Page 
Hutchinson,A1exanc]er Ross 

Elliot 104 

, Charles Water- 
loo 77 

Huthwaite, Henry .... 54,106 
— — -, Edward .... 69,08 

Hutton, Thomas 1 88 

, Rev. Henry 40 

Hyndman, Elliott 1 86 

Hyslop, Maxwell 149 

Impey, Hastings BroughtonlOo 

— — , Archibald 77 

Inglis, John 87 

— , John (sarg.) 190 

Innes, James 74,189 

-, Peter 62,105 

, William 100 

, William 54,146 

, John 69 

-, James Charles .... 151 
— — , Percival Robert. ... 148 

, Frederick Charles 186 
Iremonger, Henry Edward 112 
Irvine, Archibald. • . . 40,58,75 
— — ,RobertHamiltoni 12 ,1 91 

■, Cbarles 141 

— , Alexander • . . 1 86 

Irving, James 78 

Irwin, Henry 193 

, William Boyd . . . . lOl 

, Thomas Somerville 

50,70 

■ , William 139 

— ", Robert Boyle 1 80 

Ives, John iS4 

Jack, Alexander 121 

Jackson, William .... 84,1 88 

-— , George 80 

— — , John 181,191 

— — , Charles Alexanderi22 

, Charles 129 

— — , Francis Constable io3 
— , Philip Hayes .... 1 86 
— — , C. F. (Bom. est.) .. 24 
— — , J. (Bom. est.) ..173 

Jacob, George Ogle 88 

— , J. (Bom, est.) «• 42,1 7 3 
Za2 



881 

Page 
JaUand^ William GibMm . » 1 96 

^aipe$» John Arthur 159 

— r—, Thomas ,•• 112,170 
iames^ Henry Curry. . « . .. 193 

>^^^~-^, Marshall iig 

■ " ■ , Hugh Rees . . 134,179 
Jamesop , Willuim • . 1 8 1 »i 93 
Jamieson> James William 

Henry 143 

JeUicoeyAxithonyHighmoreus 
Jenkins, Francis 94,60,1 37,1 7 9 
' ', Charles Vanbrugh 7 S 

Jennings, Rev.MidgleyJoha 40 
Jeremie^ William Henry ..198 

Jerdan, John 133 

Jervis, John • . . • . ao,96 

*-^— , William 46,189 

* ' ■ -, Thomas Septimus. .161 

, FelixVin£encRichardu6 

Jeune, Frederigk Augustus 116 

Johnson, Hugh 47>ll7 

' , Charles Cooper 186 

HI . M l , Thomas .,•... 59 
'-^- —^, Edwin Beaumont 79 
Johnston, John Campbell 190 

I ■■■, Frederick .... 1 69 

t Georg0..,.47,l8fi 

»— ^ , Maxwell . . ^ , . • 196 

jQhnstone,James (surg,} ,.188 

^^ , HenryCampbell 96 

^ones, Nathaniel . , . . Qo, 147 
— *, William Ponsonby. . 11 3 

-* — , William 76 

— — , Rev. John Thomas 40 
— ^— , Juxon Henry ,. 179,193 
— ^, William Landon. • • . 139 
— — , Lesiock Boileau.. .. 146 

^•-'^, Thomas «• ill 

Jordan, Urial ............ 83 

Jorden, Charles 1 89 

Jowett, Joseph 1 94 

Kay, Robert Duncan ••44,93 

Kaye, Edward « .... 70 

Kean, Archibald ....«••. 191 

Keane, Lionel Richard ... 1 93 
■ , Matthew •••••...49 

iCeates, William ...,,•.. 1 94 
Keelan, Luke ........,• .184 

Kei^hly> Charles Hawea ••134 



BENGAL. 



Page 
Keiller, David Cabel .•«... 97 

Ketr, Adam 1»,191 

Kelly, Daniel ... 49 

-«-^-', John Price * . 195 

Kemble, Matthew Fraacia 131 
Kf mm, William Htsuj 55,15^ 

Kendall, Bernard 81^ 

V ■ . I , John 119 

Kennedy, James ..••.. 8»«8]( 

, William ....•• 96 

■ ' ■ ' - , James Don. .47,110 
-<., Edward Saundcrsi54 



Kennion, Thomas Edward 7^ 

Kent, R<^rt 399IO9 

King, Heniy ..199 

Kingston, George .... 6f ,149 
Kinleside, Robert Raikes . . 60 
Kinsey, Robert Bancroft ..193 

Kirby, Gravenor i^tf^ 

Kirk, KinlochWinlaw 167,193 

Kirke, Henry 50,10i 

KJttoe, Markham 97 

Kitson, Charles Andrew . • 86 
KnatchbuU, Reginal Ed- 
ward 60 

Knox, Thomas Saundera, .183 
' « > John- Samuel .• •• 133 

Knyvett, John •••189 

"» ■ — , Arthur ..••••.• 154 
., Frederick 154 



—r,, William JohnBap* 
tiste •••• •..••1^6 



Lacon, Graham 160)195 

Lacy^ Thomas Saumares 

1^,194 

Lahey, Martin ->-«.. 49 

Laing, William Christie ..189 

-F,-.—- , James 106 

— — , Frederick Ernest ..186 
Lake, Edward John ...; 50,76 

Lamb, William 141 

^ , John 190 

, Ynyr 183 

■ ", John Crommelin . • 149 
-~, Rev. George Fleming 41 

— -, John (1st) 159 

1-^, John (9nd) I86 



MILITARY 

Page 
Larabardy John ••.••••• 147 

Lambcy George 187 

Lambert, John 88 

' ■., Peter Colnett .... 7 » 
Lance, William Henry . ..184) 
Landon, Charles Ginicell ..09 
I»anden,JohnEdmonstoane 

100,175 

Lane, Charles Richard Wil- 
liam 58,104 

— , John Theophilus 59,68 
■, Henry ••........ 185 

Lang, John i i20 

— , W. (Bom. Est.) .... 24 
Langmore, Erskine Grant 118 

Larkins, George 69 

, Colin Robertson., ill 
— -, William Henry93,i78 

— — , Robertson 1 39 

Lascellcs, Rev. Herbert ..41 
LaTouche, Peter ....44,98 
Latter, Robert James . . 54,15<S 

•—-, Thomas 157 

Lauder, John Dick ..1379I67 

Laughton, Richard 1 83 

, John ....51,03,76 
I.auren$on, George Simson 68 
Law, James Vansittart . . 185 

, Charles Piowden St. 

John 103 

, William George . • • • 101 

i , James Adeane .... 156 
Lawrence, Henry .... 58,125 
,George St.Patrick 87 
, Henry Montgo^ 

mery 94,01,68,177 

' , Richard Chas. 1 63 



1 .1 , John George ..115 

Lawson, James George .... 87 

Lay, Peter Goodall ...... 195 

Layard, Frederick Peter • . 1 10 
Leacock, Henry William. . 164 
Leadbeater,WilliamEdward 

Blair 189 

Leckie, Thomas 1 99 

Leeds, Edward 1 86 

Lees, Thomas Ellis Bridg- 

man ..• i3a 



INDEX. 282 

Page 
Leese, John Vauz . . 164,190 
Leeson, Joseph .. 49,139,108 

Le Fevre, Philip 55,94 

Le Gallus, Alfred 186 

Legard, William Barnabus 139 
Leigh, Robert Thomas .. 98 

Le Mesurier, Henry 151 

l.ennox, William George 133 
Leslie, Norman Robert ..110 

—•—--, .Hans George 127 

Lester, Henry Strickland • 123 
L'Estrange, Francis . . . . • • 19 1 
Lewes, Charles James 47, 140 
Lewin, William Charles 

James 183 

Lewis, Alfred 123 

-, Henry 70,7* 

Light, Alfred 73 

Lightfoot, Samuel 191 

Lindesay, Henry 79 

Lindsay, Alexander 55,0; 

William 101 

Lindsey, Samuel William.. 186 

Liptrap, John 133 

Liptrott, John 90,168 

Lisbey, Thomas .^ 49 

Lister, Fredeiick George 23, 

59,149,173,180 

, Anthony Greenwood 93 
Litchford, Edward Buubury 138 
Littler, Sir John Hunter 43^ 

55,130 

, John Harry ..174,195 

Llewellyn, Charles 189 

— — -, John Lock.. .. 161 
Lloyd, George William Ayl- 

mcr 56,119 

, Charles Heath. .43,1 89- 

y Frederic 47,111 

— — yEdward Salusbury 189 
—, Hugh Hughes. .. . 162 

, Banastre Prycc. ... 109 

, Edv^ard Pryse ....186 

Loch, William James 133,193 
— -, Henry Brougham . . 185 
Lockett, JohnWilliamCrut- 

tenden 148 

Lockington, Richard .... 184 
Za 3 



288 BEN 

Page 
Loftie, Malcolm Edward.. I9i 
LogaOf Thomas Bishop . . 153 
Login, John Spencer .... 192 
-T—», James Neil Dryburgh 

195 
Lomer, William Humphry II2 

JLong, Samuel 190 

Loveday, Byam Martin •• lOO 
, Rev. Henry Au- 
gustus 41 

Lovell, Matthew .. .. 1 62,190 
Low, John Handcock . . . 199 
Jjomc, John Robert Alexan- 
der Shakespear 1 la 

Lowth, Charles ••...80 

Lowther. William Heniy 143 
Luard, Peter William .... 14$ 
Lucas, Robert St. John • . 185 
— , Charles Pierrepont 1 37 
Ludlow, John ..33,61,97,178 
■ , William Andrew 

103,178 
I ■, Edward Henry 48,68 

Lukin, John Henry Hayes 105 
Lumley, Sir James Ruther- 

. ford 44,54,100 

, James Rutherford 

(3d) 44,100 

, William Brownrtgg 

90,171 
Lumsdaine, John Charles 

148,174 

Lumsden, Harry Burnett 149 

I ■ , John Tower ..131 

Lydiard, William .... 44,103 

Lyell, Henry 133 

Lyons, S^jnuel Athill . . 134* 
, ^4w*rd Robbiiu 

. .. 137,179 

Lysaght, Thomas 89 

-, Cornelius 119 

Macadam, James.. 61, 134 179 
Macan, Clements Gillespie 

107 

Macansh, Jamos 193 

Macbean, George Scougall 164 
MacCalium, John Peter . . 185 



OAL. 

Page 
Macdonald, Ranald Dagald 

Harcourt 00,84 

■ ■ -f John 151 

-, John 140 

■ " ■ , Colin John 95,189 

•> ■ — — -, John Bannatyne 

107,191 
■' ■ > ^, John James . . 164 
— — — Donald ....ill 
Maodoiiell, Alexander An- 
thony 130 

Macdougall, Andrew . . . • 103 

MacDougall, John * 110 

Macgcorge, William ..45,101 
Mac George, Henry John. . 98 
MacGregOF, £mest Augus- 
tus Murray 85 

Mac Innes, John 54,149 

Macintire, John .«.. 151,193 

Macintyre, Coll 191 

Mackay, JEneasJohn ..107 
Mackean, Robert .... 108,107 

Mackenzie^ John 59,79 

— — ' — , KennethFrancis 

60,154 
— , James .... 84,109 

•, Alexander. ... 103 

I ■ ■ ■ , Murray 7© 

, Hugh 90 

■ -, Francois .... 117 



-, AlexanderMao- 



kay 151 

Mackeson, Frederick 63,105, 

179 
', Julius Arthur . . 134 
Mackiolay, Jdmes Houston 

59,153 
Mackinnon, Charles.. 113,118 

, Kenneth 93,190 

' ■ ■ I . . . — , Campbell. . ..191 
■ ■ ■ ■ , William Alex- 
ander 71 

Mackintosh, Thomas .... 1 1 5 
-,Alexanderi43,l 80 



w » » - » ■ 



Maclagan, Robert 70 

Maclaren, James .... 57,107 
Maclean, Roderick Norman 

43,93,178 



MILITARY 

Page 
Maclean, Hugh ....136,189 
, Wellwood George 

Moubrav ] 61 

MacLeod, DonaldAlex.148,100 

. , Duncan 35,75 

»■ I ■ ! I f Bannatyne Wil- 
liam.. 79>188 

I ■ >, Norman Chester 70 
'■ ■■ ■ , Rod. Bannatyne. . 80 
, Henry John Ban- 
natyne 73 



*, Donald John ..186 



Macmallen, Stephen Fran. 83 
-, Henry King . 137 
Macnagbten, John Dunkin 81 
MacNab, David .... 181,191 
MacNeill, Alexander .... 1 80 
Maconochie,WilliamMaxi- 

milian George 87 

Macpherson, Archibald 

Fraser 133.17* 

■ I ", JamesDuncan 1 1 9 

■ ■■ I , John 108 

t I , Roderick Donald 

106 

, Hugh Martin 

175,195 
Macqueen, Andrew ...... 133 

Macrae, John 100 

■ , Alexander Charles 

170,198 

■ , John (Sd) 194 

Macsween, Heniy David- 
son 73 

Mactier, William 58,80 

■I. ■ , Anst rather .... 89 
».. ■ ■ , William Fullartonl96 
Macvitie, Richaid Francis 139 

■ , William John ..08 

Madden, Edward 08 

■ ■ , Charles 191 

Maddock, Rev. Edward 

Knight 41 

Maginn, John 88 

Magnay, Edward 89 

, James Dripsey . • 1 aO 

Magiathr John 1579I89 

Mainwaring, Edward Rx)w- 
land 47,61,10; 



INDEX. 284 

Page 
Mainwaring, Charles John 

47,99 

, Philip 134 

— — — , Henry George 99 

— — — , James Irwin 133 

, Rowland Rees 9S 

, Harry 93 

■ , Norman Wm. 

103 

, George Byres 1 07 

Maisey, Frederick Charles 157 

Maister, George 79 

Maitland, Henry Daniel. . IO9 

— , Frederick .... 9O 

Malcolm, G. (B. £.) .... 178 
Maling, Christopher Simp- 
son 158 

Maling, Charles Ricketts. . 119 
Malieson, George Bruce.. 155 
Mallock, Zachary Mudge 69 

^~, Rawlin James. • 186 

Maltby, Rev. Richard 

Brough •..41 

, Samuel 193 

Mann, Frederick 184 

— -, George Smyth 119,193 
Manning, Henry Dimsdale HO 
Manson, James 33,59,109,180 
— ~-, James Alexander 71 
Marley, Charles Hyde 44,183 
Marquis, James (1st) ....lis 
, James (3d). ... 94 

Marriott, Edwin I47 

-,Rcv. George Wake- 
field 41 

Marsden, Frederick Carleton 

130,179 
Marsh, Hippesley .... 79,177 

Marshall, John. 1 87 

— — , John Samuel 59, 161 
y William Henry 57, 

134* 
, Charles .... 60,1 58 
' ■ ■ ' , George Tumbull 

135,179 
, Robert , 1 99 

, William Bain- 
brii^ge , .71 

Martin, William. • . .•. 45,143 



?" 



385 



Martin, William Josq>h . . lOO 

, Thomas ill 

7-^ Thomas Derisley 119 

— , Anthony ...... 134 

, Thomas 1 84 

, William (Surgeon) 

147,103 

, I. N 51 

— — , Fleming Malcolm 142 
Martineau, Edward Marsh lOl 
Martley, John Rothwell • . 150 
Mason, George Henry 

Mpnck . . • • • 164 

Mas^oii,, James 147 

Master, Edward Pelham . . 60 

, Gilbert William . , 80 

, Robt. Augustus. . . 83 

, Whalley 83 

Matheson, James Brooke 

Young 14a 

Matheson, Thomas Theo- 

philus Metcalfe 1 80 

Mathison, Robert .... 144,1 80 
Matthews, Henry Wm. .. 133 
Matthie, James 34,61,88,178 

Mauger, Oliver 103 

Maunsell, Henry Daniel . . 153 

Mawe, Thomas 1 06 

Maxwejil, William .... 70,177 
— , John Harley . . 70 
■ I — , Henry Hamilton 72 

— — , Robert 1 35 

May, Stephen Brinsley . . 138 

, William 47 

May hew, William Augustin 

John 90 

Mayne, William .... 4 3, ] 37 
' , Rob. Graham .... 14 9 
Mayor, G. (Bom. Est.) ..173 
Mayow, John Harding .. . 90 
M< Anally, Acheson Archi- 

bald 191 

M< Andrew, George 137 

M<Auliffe, Richard 74 

McBainet, Geo. Gordon . . 145 

M'Carty , Joseph 143 

M'Causland, John Kennedy 

160,173 



BENGAL. 

Page 



Page 
McCleod, W. C. (M. E.) ..34 

M'Clelland, John 191^ 

M'Cosh, John 133,191 

M'CuUoch, William 104,178 
M*Curdy, Charles ..110,193 
McDermott, William 84^190- 
M'Donald, . Christopher ••48 

, John 156 

— — -, James Horsburgh - 

63,68 
. , James Dawson 

1 29,1 7* 

M'Donell, Ronald 86 

M*Dowell, George ...... 4i» 

, James Vincent 

Valentine 87 

M^ Go wan, John 53. 

M<Grath, Fred. Vaughan. . 1 52 
McGregor, Rob. Guthrie . . 183 
" , John Alexander 

Paul 45,46,54,119 

', William Lewis 

89,189 

, Geo. Hall . . 63,69 

M'Gregor, Alex. Nugent 

Murray ^ . 156 

M<Intosh, Robert.. ..138,189 
McLean, Lauchland Alex- 
ander 157 

Mc Mullen, Alex. Lamotteii4 
M*MuUin, John Robert ..140 

M'Nair, Robert 16S 

.M^Neilc, William 96 

M«Ncill, Donald 72 

M'Pherson, Duncan. . 55,107 

M'Rae, James 74,190 

, Duncan ••••74,193- 
M< Sherry, Thomas ..60,131 
Meade, Richard John . . •• 155 

Meares, Wm. Piers 133 

Mecham, Richdrd 7 a 

Mee, Geo. Aug 60,148 

Mellis, James I87 

Melville, Henry Bcresford 144 
Menteatb, Wm.Siuart 44,150 

Menzies, John 80,189 

Mercer, Alexander. . . . 60,100 
, Thomas Warren* • is& 



MILITARY 

Page 
Merrick, Thomas Charleton 94 

Metcalf, WiUiam 135 

Metcalfe, James 94 

, Douglas 71 

Meyer, Abraham .148 

Meyern, Baron Frederick 

August Von 143,174 

Michell, John Woolmore ido 
— — , Geo. Bruce ..00,174 
Middleton, John Forbes • . 128 
Mtcklejohn, Rev. William 

Hope 41 

Miles, Robt. Henry 99 

•^— •-, Fredk. Alex 69 

— , Charles waUam ..114 

Mill, John 70 

Millard, Joseph 184 

Miller, Fiennes Sanderson 158 

— , George 130 

■■, Alex. George .... 129 

■ , James igs 

, William 73 

Milligan, George 72 

Mills, Charles Earnes 6g, 1 7 7 
■ , Arthur Samuel • ... 148 

—, Henry gs 

Milne, Henry 112 

Milner, Ferdinand Chas. . . 1 26 
■, Wm. Peel.... 44,122 
Minchin, Fred. Calder.. •• 157 
Mines, Philip Valentine. , . . 52 
Minto, William . . 60,109,1 74 
— — , Alexander Muir 

McKenzie. 191 

MitcheU, William 12s 

— — , Wni. St. Uger.. 104 
, Ebenezer ,...191 

■ , Henry 49 

Mitchelson, William 102,188 
Mttford, Wm. Vernon • • • . 85 

Mocatta, Daniel 117 

Mockler, Robert Henry ..18-3 

Moffat, Jas. Douglas 87 

, Augustus Kay 148,107 
Moir,JohnI>eWinterCharles 

James .*.« 119 

—, George 71 

Moncrieff, Alexander Prin- 

gleScoit 134 



INDEX. 286 

Page 

Money, Ernie Kyrle ..•••• 70 
, Edw. Jas.D'Oyly 

Thralc 116 

, James ••.71 

, Aurelian.. •••.•• IIO 

Montagu, John Montagu 

Pulteney 117 

Monteath, Thomas. . . . 56,100 

Montgomerie,Wm 188 

Montgomery, George James 

100 

■ ■ , Charles Lyonsl55 

■ , Henry 79 

Moody, Stephen 58,149 

Moore, George .«.•..•••, 50 

— — , Frederick 189 

■ ■■ , Henry .•..45,60,194 
™, Thomas. ......... 84 

, Urban 146 

, Lorenzo George. ... 79 

Moorhouse, ThomasMould 

Edgar •••••195 

Morgan, George • . 184 

Morgan, Wm. Domett ..113 

Morice, James 91,189 

Mnrison, Alex-Cushnie . . 104 

Morrieson, Robert ..149,180 

-, Hen. Aug. ..153 

, John 191 

■ , James Stuart 196 
Morris, Augustus Burke ••ill 
—— , Charles Arthur . . 190 

Morton, James 1 81,188 

, Wm. Elliot;. . . . 50,70 

—^, Geo. Edward 157,194 
Moseley, Geo. Wey land 57,90 

, George Litchfieldl98 

Mosley, Wm. Bayley. ..... 80 

Mottley, Charles 188 

Mouat, Fred. John ..181,193 

Moule, John ...60,114 

— — , Rev. Horatio .... 4 1 

Moultrie, William 147 

Mowatt, John Lealand • ... 68 
Moxon, George Gill .... 149 

— — , Philip 88 

Mulcaster,Wm. Edward ..154 

169 
Mumford, William 184 



887 BEN 

Mundy, Charles Fttzroy 

Miller 134* 

Munro, Robert . . -. loi 

——, Samuel Maillard 116 
— , Edmund Aug. ... 183 

, John 43)80 

• , Lewis 133 

Murray, Thomas 53,140 

— , George 84 

, Adam .... 114,189 

— — , Jame8(ist) lOO 

, John 74»192 

, Thomas ig3 

, Uasil Hamilton . . 183 
, James (3d). ..... 100 

, John Irvine I6l 

-, Charles 160 



Murphy, Barnaby 48 



Naismith , John .... 1 7 3, ] 94 

Napier, Robert 50,75 

Napleton, Thomas Edward 

Augustus 01,150,170 

Napper, Robert Alexander 145 

Nash, Joseph 58,133 

— , Sebastian 80 

, John Dixon 183 

Nation, Henry Matthew 

114,179 

— — -, John Louis 147 

Naylor, Christopher Hen. . . 90 
Nedham, Alfred Gyllett . . 164 

Need, Charles 98 

Nelson, Francis Justin ..155 
Nembhard , J ohn Fred . 1 46 , 1 7 4 

, Edward 186 

Nepean, Evan Philip Tilgh- 

man 138 

Nesbitt, Joseph 55,133 

■, Nath.Sneyd ....113 
', George Quieras . . 139 

Ncvin, Thomas 83 

Newall, David John Falco- 
ner 73 

Newbolt, George ....47,133 
Newenham, Arthur Wel- 

Icsley Robert 195 

Newhouse, Thos. Henry •• 183 



GAL, 

Page 
Newhouse, Lionel Radford no 
Newman, Amos Lani;ton . . 94 

— , Rich. Greenway 138 

Nicholas, Richard 154 

Nicholetts, Wm. Hamilton 

119,173 
— — , Charles Henry 43,7 8 

Nicholson, John 118 

, Albert Locke , . 154 

, Louis Henry . . 143 

f Leslie 144 

Nicoll, Henry 140 

Nicolls, James Edmund 

Tamiatt 77 

Niculson, Charles Arthur 1 10 

— — , Simon 187 

, Peter .^..119,179 

, Malcolm .... 114 

Nightingale, Manby. . 169,193 
, Manners Ran. 

dolph 90 

, Charles Wil- 
liam 186 

Nisbet, Matthew I88 

— — , James Anderson 196 

Nisbett, David 143 

, John 159 

Norgate, Charles 109 

— — ,RevJohnNicholas 41 

, James Thomas. • 186 

Norman, Henry Wylie . . 1 86 

Norton, Henr}' 68,1 59 

, Rob. Bruce^ 135 

Nott, Sir William .... 55,133 
— , Robert Murray .... 154 
Nugent,Henry Nicholas . . 194 

Nunn, Daniel 78 

Nuthall, Thos. John.. 47, 136 

, William Frost. ... 109 

Nuttali, James Mansfield . . 97 



Oakes, George Nicolson 136, 

167 

, William Henry 135,179 

'—, Charles Richard . . 135 

, Edward 99 

Oakley,Richard Henryi 59,194 
Obbard, Harry Smith •• . • 151 



MILITARY INDEX. 



Page 

O'Brien, Charles 94,170 

O'Biycn, James Joseph . . ia4* 
O'Callaghan, Ignatius .... 141 

>, Daniel James 194 

0*Conor, Edmund Nagle 

Therry Ross 151 

0'Dwyer,John 83,189 

Ogilvie, William Falconar 159 
Ogston, James Daniel.. . . 180 
0'Hanlon» Pringle .... 44,78 
Oldfield, Charles James ..9* 

, Chris. Edw. Thos. 

42,59*81,168 
— <— , John Rawson .... 7 5 
., Thomas Wilsf>n 164 



, Joseph 72 

Oliver, Thomas 56,1 -27 

Olpherts, William .... 7 1,107 

., Henry Allan .... 7 1 



Ommanney, Edw. Lacon. 51, 

75 

Onslow, Mathew Richd. . . 80 

', Atthur Walter ..131 

Orchard, Joseph 56,88 

Ormsby, Wra. Carleston. . 153 
Osborn, Henry Roche 60,144 
.., Angelo Edward . . 131 
O'Shaughnessy, William 

Brooke 181,193 

, Richard 181, 

194 
Oswald, Alexander James 

Townsend. Ernest 186 

Ottley, Geo. 0*Bryen 97,178 
Ouseley, Joseph Walker Jas- 
per 60,119 

. , John Ralph 94,58, 

102,177 

— .. , Richard .... 140,180 

, Reginald 124* 

Owen, Arthur Walshman 102 
I , .Samuel RichardJohn 

110 
Orans, C, (Bom, Est.) .... 24 
Ozley, Thomas 191 



Pack, Richard 186 

P^enham^ George Dent . . 80 



288 

Page 

Paley, William 70,175 

Palmer, Francis 1 85 

, Thomas .... 56,162 

, Henry 138 

,John 185 

, Conolly O'Brien .. 88 

Palsgrave, John Hen 1 89 

Panting, Rev. Richard •• . • 41 

Panton, William I87 

Parish, George Leonard .... 72 

Park, Archibald 120 

Parker, Neville Anbury62,l48 

175 

, George 164 

Parry, Robert Burgess 53,196 

, William 49 

Parrott, Benjamin ...... 129 

Parsons, James .... 47,57>109 

Pitch, Henry 62,163 

Paterson, Francis Stuart . . 144 

-< , Frederick Thos. 138 

-, Adrian Hugh . . 1 58 
—•-, James Clement . , 91 

, Alexander 91 

Patman, Stephen 1 84 

Paton, George 192 

-, John Stafford .... 105 

^, Andrew 176,193 

, Robert Mercer .... 7 1 

Pattenson, Charles 95 

PattensoM, Henry Thomas 

Tylden ...71 

Pattle, William 56,78 

Patton, Robert 108 

, George 184 

Patullo, James 88 

Paul, Thomas Henry .. 55,1 11 
— — , Matthew C/ombe 56,100 
Paulett, Henry Vane Ashton 

99 

Paynter, Frederick 122 

Pcake, Thomas 8d 

Pearson, J oh n Thomas 42 , 1 89 

, Henry Edward . . 109 

,Alfred 72 

Peckett, James .... 46, 56,75 

Peel, Joseph 127 

Pemberton, Geo. Rich. 57,157 
Pengree, George 183 



989 

Page 
Pennefather, Robt. Percival 79 
Pennington, Rich. Charlcsios 
Penny, Nicholas.. 58,1599170 

Pcnrke, George 70 

Penson, James Owen .. •• 110 
Pepper, Hamp. Nicholson 68 

Pereira, Isaac 57,07 

Perkins, William Hill. .54,197 
— — , Edward Norman 105 
Perreau, Chas. Jas. Horton 148 

Perry, James 79 

Pester, Hugh Lowman • . 1 53 
Pettingall, Edward 59,129,169 

Petrie, Martin . • im 

Pew, Peter Lawrie 67,67 

Phayre, Ar^h. Parves • • 98,1 7 8 
Phibbs, John Kingston . . lai 

Philips, John 53,196 

Phillimore, Wm. Thornton loi 
Phillips,Benj. Travell • , 60,83 
— — , Owen ....44,58,146 
, John Cockerell .. 150 
, Joseph Scott ••-.70 
— — — ,James Gordon. . •♦ 153 
— , William Henry .,186 

Phillipson, Richard 1 91 

Phillott, Johnson 101 

Phillpotts, Chas. Edw.. ... 131 
, John Scott .... 156 

Pierce, Thomas I86 

Piercy, Henry James .... 139 
Pilkington, Redmond Wm. 111 
Pillans, Wm. Soltau. . • . 48,68 

Pitman, Robert 55,144 

Pitt, William 193 

Platt« John ., 114,173 

Playfair, Wm. Dalgleish. . 134 
— — -, Hugh Arthur . . 149 
Plowden, Jas. Chicheley ., 10a 
, Henry Gordon 

Chicheley 85 

ArthurWellingtou 



BENGAL. 



Chicheley 79 

,£dm. Walter Chi- 
cheley 81 

— — -, Alfred Chicheley 140 
Plumb, Samuel Edmon* 

stone 186 

Flumbc, Thomas. ....... 1 18 



Page 
IHuner, Thomas Henry • . 189 

Plunkett, John 97 

Poett, John Joseph lis 

Pogson, Wredanhal Queirosi :i8 

, John Fred. ...... 187 

Pollock, Sir George 3, 54, 67, 

177 

, Frederick 70 

, Rob. Henry ......71 

— — , Hugh TrcTor .... 1 9* 

■ , Frederick Richard 186 
Polwhele,Thomas .... 62,183 

Pond, James Ruthven .... 89 

, Samuel 186 

, Alexander 131 

Ponsonby, Georgt Connolly 

44,61,87 

Poole, Andrew 81 

Pbpe, Alexander 57 , 86 

Porter, Francis W, 84 

Pott, George 94 

— — , David 187 

—, Stephen 50,76 

Poulton, Henry BoUean 

Adolphus • 154 

Powell, John 119 

Pownall, Thomas , . • • • . 1 39 

Powney, Richard 66,67 

Powys, Hon. Robert Vernon 

108 

Pratt, Rev. Henr^' 40 

, Rev. John Henry , . 40 

— , Duncan 1 86 

Prendergast, William Grant 84 
Prendergast, Geo. Maurice 

184,1^8 
Presgrave, Duncan Kyd . . 186 
Price, Thos. Smith. .•...••99 

Price, Robert 155 

— , Rev. Rob. Morgan ••41 

, George Janvrin .... 111 

— , Robert Havard . » . . 133 
Pringle, William . . . , 174,103 

Prior, Charies 154 

Prole, William Sandys 44,137 
Prout, Waher Robert .... 146 
Pughe, John Robertson. . 137 
Pulman, Thos. Walter .... 71 
—, Tyrwhitt ...... 73 



Purves, John 



MILITARY 
Page 



Quartley, Rev. Charles 

' James 41 

QuiRy Thomas 80 



Raban, • Herbert 126 

Radcliffe,Cha3.Wilbraham 83 

Rae, George 74,193 

Raikes, Rob» Napier. . 157»174 
Raineyy Arthur Crowe . . . . 1 16 

Rainsford, Frederick 157 

Raleigh, Edward WardWal- 

ter 181,189 

— — , Frederick .... 9^,170 
Ramsay^ Michael .... 57,147 

— , Robert loi 

—, James 47»135 

, Wm. Maule (Ja,i 5a, 

180 

—, George ....110,179 

, Henry 143,180 

, Robert Anderson 

125,171 

, Alexander ...... 1 47 

Ramsey, William . . 44,59,131 

Ranken, George 159 

Rankin, James ..22,181,188 
■ , Geo. Camp ..170,191 

Ransford, John 190 

Raper, Felix Vincent 24,54,92, 

177 

, Mathew 154 

Rattray, James 93 

, Thomas « • 154 

Ravenscroft, Edw. Wm. ..183 

Rawlins, John 59,68 

—^^ - , James Sebastian . . 134 
RawUnson, H.C. ( B.E.) . . 24 
Rawson, John Simpson . . 153 

Ray, Thomas 85 

Hayuor,William 48 

Head, Henry Earl. 140 

Reade,- Wm. Welstead . . 139 
Reay, Charles 123 



INDEX. 290 

Page 
Reddie, Geo. Burd.. ••47, 120- 
Rees, Crawford Mitford 

155,179- 
Reeves, Fran. Carleton • . 100 

Reid, Charles Sam 48,69 

, George 42,45,78- 

, Hugh Atkins 161- 

, David 70 

, Alexander .... 173,1 91 

, Andrew Giddart. ... 137 

, Charles 101,171 

, Dav. Theodore .... 143 

, James Hales 141 

, Henry (lit).. ..148,167 

— , Blair Thomas .... 124* 

, James J 50 

Reilly, Bradshaw York ..61,75 

■ , Thomas B 48 

, Nicholas 49 

Remmington, John Cameron 

109 
-, Frederic Free- 
man 71 

Renny, Charles .... 1 87 ,1 88 

, Thomas 76 

, Robert 137 

— , George Alexander . . 73 
Repton, Wm.Wheatlcy ..146 
Revell, Joseph Leverton . . 90 

, John Raithby . • • • 1 82 

Reynolds, Chas. Sheppard 139 
— — -, John Hewitson 143 
— — ,William Lowry. . 94 
Rice, Jiis. Geo. AUerton •« 97 

Rich, Robert 56,97 

Richardes, C. (Bom. Estab.) 

94 
Richards, Sir William 54,117 

■ ■, Alfred 54,122 

, Charles James 116, 

17a 
— — , Soloman «• 145, 169 

, John 186 

Richardson, John Luiher 54, 

142 

— — -, Charles John 147, 

175 
— — , David Lester 1 82 
Zh 



291 

Page 
Riehardson, Robert Edward 

Tumour 153 

— ^-, WiUiam 163 

», John Larkin 

Cheese 70 

'■ , Mark ... 168,191 



bell 



-, Taylor Camp- 

109 

-, Roland 79 

•, JosephFletcheri39 



BENGAL. 

Page 
Robinson, Thomas 24,57,114, 

177 

, Alexander •• •• 110 

Robinson, Joseph Galiffe 155 

, Daniel George.. 77 

, Rev. Julian.. •• 41 



Richmond, Archibald Ful- 

larton 24,57,134,177 

— , David ........ 49 

Rickards, Wm. Henry 45,105 

., Edward John . . 97 

Ricketts, Geo. Poyntz .... 78 

Riddell, William . . 6i,l50,i 80 

, Thomas 1 50 

Rideout, Hen. Fortescue.. 137 

Righy, Henry 51,70 

Riley, Stephen Davis. .57,129, 

177 

Rind, Wm. Jas 101 

, Malcolm, McNeill 175, 

101 
Riplev, John Peter .... 61,89 

'—y Fred. William ..118 

Ritchie, John Moore . • . . g6 
Rivers, H. (Bomb. E.) . . . . 52 

Robarts, Charles Jas 133 

Robbins, Wm. Pitt 106 

Roberton, Peter Arch. . • 158 
Roberts, Henry Tufihel 55,83 

, Abraham. . . . 50,138 

, Wm. Maitland . . lai 

— — , Henry Charles • • 1 92 

— — •, Thomas 182 

' ■, George Ricketts. . 186 
Robertson, Jas. Wells . • 50,75 

' — , Roderick lOo 

, Colin Charles. . 102 

— , Alexander 71 

I , Henry Larkins 

155,175 
■ , George ••.•..127 

, John 98 

Robinson, Edward Innes 

33,83,177 



Robison, John 73 

Roebuck, Geo. Douglas . . lOi 

Rogers, Samuel 1 63 

Rolfe, Wm, Amys 194 

Roope, Benjamin .. .55,101 

Hose, Sir John 54,15«I 

,Hugh 94 

—>, Joseph 195 

R.OSS, Robert 57,1 16 

-^^, Andrew p ..188 

-*—, David 141,180 

^— , Chas, Geo. .. ..61,110 

, Daniel 184 

— — , Wm, Hercules .... 121 
— -, Andrew Hunter .... 132 
— , William Hamilton 

Brown 74,103 

— — , CampbellClayeGranU 50 
-»-— , William Henry 

Drummond 119 

— — , John 101 

— , Edmund David Rus- 
sell 163 

, Alexander 196 

Rothney, Octavius Edwaxdl35 

How, John 74,188 

— , William Skene .... 124 
Rowcroft, Francis ... • 01,92 
Rowlatt, Edwin Alex. ... 1 1 3 
Roxburgh,. James .... 45,129 

Ruble, Philip • i3o 

Rudd, Rev. John Henry 

Augustus 40 

Rumlfy, H^n. Wm.. 74,194 
Ruspini, Rev.Wm. Orde •• 40 
Russell, Thomas .•..«.«• 19^ 

,John 185 

, Claud Wm 144 

, William Car- 

michael • . . • , «... 73 

, Henry (ist).. ..117 
■ , Hpnry (2d) 98 



MILITARY INDEX. 



Page 
ftussell, Robert Walthall 

Thomas ....180 

Rutherf)rd> Heniy 08 

■^Walter ....51,119 

Rutledge, Francis 183 

Ryan, Edw. Moody Ill 

Ryder,SpencerCha8.Dudley 105 
Ryley, John Sheffield Gilberts i 

■ ■, George 164 

Ryvcs, Wm. Henry .. 1 51, 169 



Sage, William 59,138 

— , Frederick Augustus 1 02 

■ , Shakespear 121 

Sale, Robert Henry . . ioo,i74 
' ■, Thos. Henry . . . 50,76 

, Sir Robert (H.M.S). . 4a 

Salkeld, Joseph Carleton . . 96 
Salmon, Geo. Paris «... 70,74 
— , Clare Sewell • ... 147 



■ , Mordaunt Money 119 
Salter, Henry Fisher. . . . 57,87 

— , George 95 

Salttsbury, Fred. Octavius. . 88 

Samler, Frederick 1 01 

Sampson,Thos.Edmund61 ,1 1 3 
Sanctuary, Philip James • . 96 

Sanders, Thomas 68,68 

, Arthur 45,134 

— — , John William . . 131 
Sandeman, Rob. Turnbull 124 
Sandham, George Henry . . 78 
Sandys, Fred.Henry 24,59,126, 

179 
^^^^, William Edwin ..145 
Saulez, Rev. George Alfred 

Frederick . . • • 41 

Sault, Ralph 184 

Saunders, Sam. John • . • • 131 

— — , George 195 

Saurin, William 122 

Savary, John Tauzia . . • • 1 85 
, Wm. Tauzia .... 136 

Say, Henry Hirst 135 

Scatcherd, Carroll Hessey 131 
Scot, Patrick George .... 1 03 
Scott, Duncan Gordon 56,102 
— ,John ...145 



293 

Page 
Scott, Alexander Corse • . 160 
— — , Colin Camp. Jacksoni 2a 

— — , George 82 

—•, James Corse .. 47,111 
— , John Augustus • • . • 182 

, Thomas Hare 46,61, 

128 
— — , William Lloyd Lewis 7 8 
—— , Edward William 

Smyth 70,74 

5 Charles 118,179 

^— «>, Keith Macalister . . 192 

<— -^, Edward Corse 127 

•— , Rev. John. 41 

, Robert 115 

— , William Augustus. .149 

Scrivenor, Francis 1 53 

Seager, Thomas Whittakerii 8 
Scale, Robert Henry. .. . ill 
Seaton, Thomas ..44,61,125 

, Douglas 89 

Seely, George Bebb 194 

Seppings, Edward James • . 87 
Serrell, John Halket. . 132,191 
Sewell, Thomas ..46,60,102 

, Arthur HcnryCole 137 

Shakespear, John Dowdes- 

well 69,1/7 

' -, Sir Richmond 

Campbell 69,177 

-— , Henry John 



Childe 116 

-, John Talbot.. 115 



Zft2 



Shand, William 1 59 

, David M*Lellan ..144 
Sharp, John Nixon .... 50,76 
Sharpe, John Edward .... 136 
— — , Rev.JamcsFalconar 41 

■ ■ , Edmund 73 

Shaw, Samuel 56,67 

— , Richard 189 

-^^, Robert 114 

, James 86 

Shawe, Henry Robert .... 106 
Shebbeare, Robert Haydon 1 86 

Sheehan, Peter H .80 

Sheels, Moses 49 

Shell, Justin . . 60,62,125,179 
Shelton, Henry Richard . • 1 28 



293 BEN 

Page 
Shepherd, Rev. Hodgson 

Richard 40 

— — , AugustusHoweili05 

— , Alexander Mac- 

caughey 82 

Sherer, George Moylc 53>147 
Sherwill, Walter Stanhope 

156,180 

, Markham Ecles . . 90 

, James Lind . . . . 129 

Shiel, Terence 49 

Shillito, WilUam .... 134,193 

Shirreff, Francis 155 

Short,George 135 

, William Drummond 

Alexander Robertson. • • • 77 
Shortrede, R. (Bomb.E.).. 53 

Shortreed, William 89 

, Pringle 108 

Showers^ St.George Daniel 

102,180 
, Charles Lionel 1 05 
Shubrick, Thomas .... 55 > 79 
Shuckburgh, Henry Adol- 

phus 130 

Shuldham, Thomas Henryl43 
Shum, Trevor Henry .... 124 
Shurlock, William . . 180, j 93 
Shute, Dean Christian. ... 1 10 
Shuttleworth, Fletcher .... 88 

Sibbald, Hugh 59,13 1 

Sibley, James 144 

, Thomas Harmer.. 153 

Siddall, John 196 

Siddons, George Richard.. 78 

, Henry 51,70 

, William Young. . 153 

Sidebottcm, Francis John 153 

Sill, Henry 189 

Silver, John gi 

Sim, Henry Godfrey .... 98 

, George 77 

Simeon, Richard Goden. . . 86 
Simmonds, John Henry 

46,59,145 

Simonds, William 183 

Simons, Alfred Parmenter 71 
Simpson^ Edward Henry 

43,55,115 



GAL. 



Page 
Simpson^Fredeiick John00,145 

— , , David 46,130 

, Thomas 147,180 

— , Richard Salisbury 

47,118 
■, Edward James .. 169 

I ' , Alexander 73 

I, Alexander 1 96 

Sinclair, George 186 

Singer, Alexander Stewart 1 1 5 
Sissmore, Thomas Henry 09 

— — , Edmund 1 59 

Skardon, Charles Ramsay 

55,134 

Skene, Alexander., 158 

Sladen, John Ramsay .... 73 
Slater, Mortimer John .... 96 
Sleeman, William Henry 

34,58,153,177 

——-, James 103,180 

Smalley, Edward Tierney 141 

, Edward 126 

Smalpage, Francis James 145 

, Thomas Huuteri33 

Smith, Joseph Bornard 58,150 

, Thomas Paterson55,108 

Samuel (cav.). ... 55,84 
George Acklo m 60, 1 00 
Lucius H or ton 59,83, 

168 

William 110 

Edward James 50,58,7^ 
Edward Fleetwood 

114,171 

Llewellyn 69 

Ralph 42,03,110 

Alexander 1 89 

Thomas lOO 

John 139 

Thomas 145 

', John Colpoys . ... . 193 
, Robert Andrew .... 1 10 
•, Wm. Henderson.,.. 151 

•, Samuel 85 

-, Richard Baird. . .. 50,76 
., H.G. (H.M.S.) .,..42 
-, Charles Frederick .,139 
-, James William .... 1 13 
-, Weston John. . . . . . 1 5'3 



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MILITARY 



Page 

124* 
.141 



Smith, Frederick Henry 
—— , John ...•...•.. 
» Henry Edward .... 88 

, Godfry Stapylton «. 138 
— > Rowland Mainwaringl44 

, Andrew Simpson • • 1 1 5 
, Robert 49 

, Bransby Connop ..147 
II ■ I ■ i» Henry. .••••••.... lo5 

— — , Henry Sidney .... 03 

f John 1 34 

— , RicbardEdwardGore 1 86 
' , GeorgeRichard ....186 
Smyth, Geo.M.Carmichael - 

60,79 
— , William Matihew 51,75 

— , Ralph 70 

— , John Hale 70,174 

— , John 189 

■ , Edmund 104 

Snell, George . • 1 86 

Sneyd,CharlesMetcalfel 18,167 
— , Nathaniel Robert . . 147 
— , Henry Wilder Lambiel 19 

Snook, John Violett 114 

Snow, Thos. Rochfbrt .... 85 

Soady, Brooking 1 86 

Somerset, A. W. Fitzroy 

(H.M.S.) ••... 43 

Sonierville,MarcusRichard 151 

Spankie, Thomas 188 

Sparke, John Guyse .... 112 

Speck, Samuel 57|108 

Speke, John Hanning .... 186 
Spence, James Knoa .. 111,179 

, John 133 

Spencer, William.. ..138,190 

■ '—■ ■ , Robert .117 

— — — , Thomas 48 

Spens, Andrew 59>164 

■ ', James 50,76 

Spiers, Alexander 34,56,134, 

]77 
Spilsbury, George Green 

187}188 

, Edgar John . . 1 86 

Spitta, Charles Lewis.. 5 1,7 6 

Spottiswoode, Henry ....113 

f -'— ,ArthurCole,53,i37 

Zb Z 



INDEX. g94, 

Page 
Spread, Charles Heiiry 

Deane .•••.. .163 

Sprengcr, Aloys 1 95 

Spry, Rev. Arthur Browne 41 
Staerck, William .•••.••• 49 
Stacy, Lewis Robert . . 56,133 
Stafford, William Joseph 

Fitzmaurice 1 36 

— — , John Francis .... 1 86 
Staig, James Ander8oni68,193 
Stainforth, Francis George 

151,176 

Stallard, Samuel 73 

Staniius, Henry James . • 81 
— — , Robert Trevor . . 107 
Stansbury, Daniel. ..••... 1 50 

Staples, John 83 

Staples, Nathaniel Alex- 
ander 70 

, Thomas 8S 

— , Thomas 186 

Starkey, Samuel Cross .... 98 

Steart, Aug. Wm 163 , 1 89 

Stedman, Robt. Adrian. . 57,7 8 

Steel, James 59,90 

— , James (surg.).. 170,190 
— , James Anthony . . • . 108 

Steele^ Thomas: 53 

Steer, Sulivan Harington. . 146 

Stein, Robert 139 

Stephen, James William 

Virtue 131 

— — , Henry Virtue. ... 1 10 

■ , James Grant 99,178 

— — , James Innes .... 99 

Stephens, John 1 84 

— — , William Fraser 185 

, J. E. (H.M.S.) 43 

Stephenson, Frederic James 

186 

Stevens, James 97 

, Henry Borlase •. 181 

Stevenson, William . . 120,189 
— — — , Robert Charles 96 
Steuart,JamesFrederick 1 5 5, 1 89 

, Robert ill 

Steward, Robert 1 07 

Stewart, Robert (1st) .. 59,151 
— — , Duncan • . 1 89 



295 BEN 

Page 
Stewart, William (ist) 44,113 

> Alister 89 

— — , Henry Shaw .. .. lao 

— , Donald Martin . . lOO 

^ William (and) ..in 

, Robert (2nd) .... 97 

, William (Art) .. 72 

St. George, ThomasGordon i 08 
St. John, Hon. Spencer 

Mildmay ••. 80 

Stivcn, William Sutherland 

187,188 
Stockley, G. E. (Bomb. E.) J 78 
Stokes, George Warren .. 149 
— — , Samuel William 7 1 

, James 121,190 

« , Henry 186 

Stone, Mark Beaufoy .... 85 

, Henry .., 78 

Story, Philip Francis •• 58,85 

Stott, Thomas ,...101 

Strachey, Henry 1 50 

, Richard .... 50,76 

Strangways, George .... 161 
Strong, Francis Pemblc ..190 
Strover, Thomas Rogers. . 103 

, Nathaniel Mack. . 116 

Struthers, William 105 

Stuart, James 3,56,160 

-, AndrewM<Donallo6, i g i 

, Charles Brown .... 94 

Stubbs, Orlando ..57,115,174 

, John 139 

, William Henry,. 124 
Studdy, Thomas Bradridge 84 
Sturrock, Rev. William. ... 40 
Sturt, William Milner Ne- 
ville. . , . . 60,101 

, AuchmutyAshley97,i78 

Sunderland, Edward .... 69 

Sutherland, Eric 60,118 

— — , John. ....... 146 

, John Stewart. . 193 

, AndrewGeorgc 

Colebrooke 116 

-, John 1 94 

. , John (Bom. Est,) 

29,24 
SutvQn, Thomas Muegrave I8O 



GAL. 



Page 
Swatman, William.. .. 47,155 
Swetc, GcorgeHenry Waltcri46 
Swetenham, Edmund .... 182 

Swift, William 1 84 

Swiney, George ^4, 67 

, George (2d) .... 96 

Swinhoe, Samuel . . 43,55,163 

-, Frederick William 71 

, Henry 121 

Swinley, George Henry .... 68 
Swinton, Archibald Robert 

John 153 

— •, Charles 125 

-, John Monckton 143 
, Samuel Charles 

Alston 84,169 

Syers, John Drinkwater 5 8,1 10 
Symons, John Stephens Croft 

196 
Synnott, Walter 52 



Tabor, Samuel James 83 

Tait, Thomas Forsyth .... 90 
Talbot, George Richard • . 90 

, John Robert .... 149 

— — , Henry Christian.. 151 

Tallan, William I86 

Tanner, Henry 182 

Tapp, Horatio Thomas 55,154 

Taylor, John Lewis 117 

— , Thomas Matthew 

57,81 

—— , Henry 124, IK9 

■, James 1 89 

, John HenryGeorge 1 1 1 

— — , Reyncll George 42,87 

, Richard Curtis . . 138 

. Robert Burton . , 104 



-, Henry Alexander 1 80 
•, Alexander 77 



R. L. (Bomb. E.) 175 

Tcbbs, George 124 

Templer, Henry 98 

, George 118 

, Henry Jobq ....97 

Tennant, James 57,67 

Ternan, AugustusHenry94,i78 
Terrot^Charlcs SamuelJohn 1 20 



MILITARY 

Page 
Thackwell, J. rH.M.S.) . . 43 

Thatcher, Robert lOO 

Thellusson, Frederick George 

120 

Thomas, Charles Henry . . 103 
— — , George Powel 154,180 
-, John Nelson. . . . I2g 
>, Edwin 100 



, Rev. Henry 41 

Thompson, John (ord.) ..184 

, John,) un. (ord.) 48 

— — , William John 

47>59,lo3 

; Joh n Armst. 5 8, 1 1 1 

— —- , David .... 60,140 

— — w, James 1 lO 

— — -, Francis 193 

— > Frederick J ones 90 

', Augustus Ni- 



cholis laO 

— , Richard Lloyd 101 

— — — , Edward 92 

— — , George H unter 98 
— , Richard ....186 



Thomson, Harry 55,80 

, Richard Mow- 
bray Martin 188,197 

— , George .... 47)130 

, William ....189 

— — , William Beve- 



ridge 47,157 

, James .... 187,188 
■ — , Thomas. • 1 1 8, 1 93 
-, William Adam 



Anstruther 85 

—- , George Fergus- 
son 1 94 

— — , Francis Ringler 1-20 
— — , James Edward 1 52 
', Michael Angelo 



Ferguson 93 

Thoresby, Charles 59,158,180 

Thornton, Samuel Lewis5 9,1 04 

' '9 Henry John . . 191 

Thorpe, Ralph 1 82 

Thring, Edward Brouncher 194 
Thuillier, Henry Edward 
Ijandor .,•...••.. .•••70 



INDEX. 296 

Page 
Thurbum, Felix Augustus 

Victor ....105 

Tickcll, Richard 55,75 

, Richard Samuel 

47,169 

, Samuel Richard 122, 

179 

, James 163 

Tierney, Edward Thomas 

119 

Tilbury, Robert 40 

Timbrell, Charles William 71 

, Harry Vince. ... 73 

Timins, George ... 124*,175 

Tod, Grant Heatly I8O 

Todd, Suetonius Henry 55,1 31 
, Fryer Bowes . ... 1 82 

, Elliott D'Arcy ..02,69 

^^""^", jonn .......••.•. o<x 

Toke, John Syme 188 

Tombs, John 4 3, 54 1 82 

, Frederick Cooper 109 

, Henry 7I 

Tomkyns, George .... 58,122 
Toone, James Hastings 

Lindsay Metcalfe 87 

Tottenham, John Loftus. . 79 
Tottenham, Francis Rob. 83 

Toulmin, Samuel 1 53 

Towgood, Joseph 125 

Townsend, Edward 184 

Townshend, Edward Du Pre 

100,178 
Tozer, Richard Milford 

John ..,,..■ 135 

Trail, John 70 

Travers, James 93,175 

Tremenheerc, George Bor- 

lase 51,75 

Trench, Henry L? Poer ..125 
Trenchard, Nathaniel Wil- 
liam 180 

Tresham, John. • • • 1 84 

Treston, Edward 4 8 

Trevelyan, Henry William 

(Bom.E.) 23 

Trimmer, Francis 140 

Tritton, William Mills . . 1 8;j 



297 

Page 
Tritton, Edmund .... 101,1 89 

TroHope, Frederick 152 

Tronson, Robert Nixon .• 90 
Trotter, Robert Archibald 193 
Troup, William Alexander 

«0,106 

, Hugh 62,1 50 

* , Colin 44,138 

., Robert 158 

Trower, Jasper 69 

, ChaTles Fkrqubar 124 

, Cecil Plowden ..114 

Truscott, John 54,130 

Tucker, Henry Tod . . , .44,99 
— — , Auchmuty 61,84,169 
— , Thomas Tudor . . 84 
Tudor, James Colley 47,60,136 

Tulloch, John 56,152 

, Stamford William 

Raffles 113 

, JohnSamuelDruiyiod 

— , Edward 159 

-i- , Charles Browne.. 103 

TuUoh, Thomas 124 

— ,Robert Henry David 

129,179 

i , John Stewart .... 72 

Turnbull, Gavin.... 82,188 

, Montagu James. . 88 

, Alexander David 

50,76 

, Adam Montagu 104 

— , Francis ...... 1 90 

Turner, James Willam 

Hickey 182 

, George 128 

' , Charles 85, 1 96 

, Valpy Francis 

Thomas 78 

, Frank 70,1 74 



BENGAL. 



, John 141 

, Augustus 92 

, Athiil 92 

— — , George 1 93 

— — , GeorgeFitz William 99 

' , Gumey 1 93 

— , Spence Derringtoni 12 
Turton, John 184 



Paje 

Turton,. John 94 

■ , Joseph 6b 

Tweddell, Hubbersty Mad- 

dison 141,189 

Tweedalc, Farqnharson .... 84 
— — , William Hutton 84 
Twemlow, George . . • . 60,68 
Twycro8s,WilliamSiepben 1^ 
Twysden, Henry Duncan 124 

Tylee, George 44,148 

Tyler, Samuel 49 

Tyrwhitt, Edmund 141 

Tytler, Robert Christopher 128 
— , William Fraser 45,85 
, James Macleod 

Bannatyne Fraser ...... 12^7 

— — , Henry William ..195 
, John Adam I86 

Unwiti, Robert. 107 

UrquhartyCharlesFarquhar- 

son 1 82 

Utterson, Edward Vernon ii« 



Van Heythuyesen, Gerard- 
Edward 115 

Van Homrigh, HenryDavtsiss 
Vanrenen, Augustus Jacob 117 
" , Donald Campb. 7 1 

Vaughan, Rev. John 40 

, John Luther. ... 1 12 

Veal, William 1 7 1,193 

Vemer, James Edward 150, 167 
— — , George . i . . . . 100,172 
Vetch, Hamilton .... 144,180 

Vibart, Edward 87 

, Meredith James . . 71 

81 
87 



, Francis Elliot . . . 
-, Edmund Charles. . 



Vicary, Nathaniel 90 

Vmcent, William . . 42,55,99 
— , George Frederick 

Frank 121 

Voikers, Francis 49 

Vos, James Gregory . . 192,197 
Voyie, Francis Elliott .... 129 
— jWalterWilliamDavics 

100 



MIUTARY 

Page 
Voylc, George Elliot .... 71 
Vyal, Joseph 49 



VPaddilove, George Marma- 

duke 115 

Waddington, Heniy Ferreis 

143 
Waddy, William Poole •. 71 

Wade, John Peter 104 

Wake, William Henry 00,134 

, Charles Hamilton 124* 

Wakefield, John Howard 108 

Wale, Frederick 138 

, Arthur Campbell ..ill 

Walcot, William Henry .,137 
Walker,Arthur 183 

, Andrew ....146,190 

, Robert 183 

— — , James Lumsdaine 

161,170 
, Henry 49,103 

, Reginald John.. 5a,17 
Wallace, Newton ....57,117 
■ ■ -, Samuel Robertson 

129 

— — , Thomas 04 

— — , Francis 1 83 

', William Frederick 

Newton. 1 64 

— — . William Robert . .142 

Waller, Robert 69,74 

Wallich, Nathaniel ..181,188 

, George Charles 149, 

931 
Wallington, Charles Arthur 

Grenade 56,109 

Walmisley, Philip Moss ..107 
Walsh, Charles Gustavus 105 
Warburton, Robert ..70,174 
Ward, Andrew George. ... 158 

, Henry .....124 

— — , John , 92 

, William John .... 141 

, George •,... 84 

, Isaac 49 

Wardc, William Wilder. ... 146 
-^^ — •, Charles 158 



INDEX. 298 

Page 
Warden, WilliamEUison.. 114 

, Archibald Dunbar I86 

Wardlaw, James 11 5 

, John 186 

Wardroper,FrederickBayleyi 16 
Waring, Edward Stokes 

Scott 82 

Warncford, Charles Francis 

195 

Warner, Henry John ..51,185 

, William Kerby 70,74 

— — , Edward Charles ..87 

Warren, George .... 44,57,88 

• , John Sandham . . 163 

Warwick, Francis 1 h 5 

Waterfield, John .... 128,167 
Waterman, Thomas Peach 104 
Waters, Edmund Frederick 43» 

55,158 

Watson, Archibald . . 43,54,87 

, William .... 187»188 

— — — , Edward John . . ..149 
, Thomas .... 124,168 

, Edward Dayot . . 134 

, William Claye ..137 

■ , Horace io« 

— — — , Frederick ...••« 132 
— — , John Edmund ,• 72 

Watt, Edward 82 

, Alexander 47»l 18 

Waugh, Andrew Scott . . 52,75 

Webb, Allan 192 

Webber, Mark Carter 43, 5 5, 14 5 
Webster, William Binny 170, 

190 

, Robert Farquhar 112 

Wedderburn , John 159 

Welchnian, John .... 101,1 71 

Weld, George 186 

VVeller, Joseph Alex* . . 50,76 
Wells, Warrick Walteri 64,194 

Wemyss, James 134 

, William Binfield 85 

Western, James Roger5o,5l,70 
Weston, John Samuel 
Henry 57,122 

, Gould Read .... 1 55 
' , Charles Samuel.. liO 



299 

Page 
Westropp, Dawson ,..,•. lai 
Wctbercd,Thos.Allman ..193 

Whcatley, Arthur si 

Wheeler, Hugh Masscy50,i38 

• >StephcnGlynne 

60,124* 
Wheelwright, Charles A p- 

tborp yi 

Whclan, Edward 95 

» Thomas ,...,,.. 49 

Whcler, Francis 87,109 

— — , Thomas Trevor.. i40, 

175 
Whish> William Samson 

55,67 
, George Palmer. . . , 150 

', Martin Boileau ..120 
Whistler, Gabriel Henry . . 162 
White, Henry Lewis .. 56,146 

, Martin 54,113 

-, Humphrey Jarvis 

5R,140 
', Robert Dennis. ... 159 
', Charles Edward. ... so 

, Rev. Edward 40 

', Archibald.... 153,194 

>, Job n SamuelDouglas 1 3 
Edward John .... 90 



BENGAL. 



— — , Samuel Dewe .... 1 86 
Whiteford, James .... 69,74 

"" f Charles Tandy 134 

Whitehead, Sir Thomas 54,90 
Whitelocke, George Fre. 
derick 1(>4 

Whiting, Rev. Walter John 41 
— , Francis ....;,.. 76 

, Robert Cony . , . . I86 

Whittall, Richard .. 117,194 

Wiggins, Edward 142 

-' > Edward Robert . . 125 

Wigeins, Francis Chantiey 160 
Wigney, Clarence Walter 148 

Wilcox,Richard 60,149 

— , Joshua 95 

Wild, Charles Frederick 

56,118 
Wildig, Hpnry Park. ... 1 24* 
Wilkie, David .... 95,173,178 



Page 

Wilkie, John 192 

Wilkinson, Henry William 

James 97 

, Christ. Dixon 

57,163 

— — ', Osborn j 85 

Willan, John Douglas .... 134 

Willes, John Irwin 159 

Williams, David .62,136,179 

s Stephen 99 

-, William Henry 157 
■, George Walter. . 120 

-, HenryMarshmanllS 

- , CharlesFrederick 128 
"■ ' -, Archibald Camp* 

bell ' 81,196 

Williamson^ David .... 57,131 
———*, Francis Alex- 
ander 153 

■ — , James 88 

— , William .... 13 1 



Willis, Paul Wynch. ... 51,75 
» Richard .... 53,196 
Willows, JcfJery Edward 

Lake lOT 

Wilson, Thomas 54,9S 

— — , Roger William 57,155 

, Archdale 49,68 

, Andrew .... 103,196 

■ , Henry gs 

, Benjamin ... 97,189 

■ , James Dickson . . 101 

» Right Rev. Daniel. . 40 

— ^- — , Thomas Watkins 192 

-, Thomas Fourness 104 

, Henry Mein 99 

, Thomas Henry. .147 

Wilton,George Robert. . 60,95 

Winbolt, Samuel 191 

Winchester, Rev. William 41 

Winter, Francis 149,167 

Wintle, Edmund 101 

• , Alfred 71 

• , Edmund Henry 

Cullen 151 

Wise, William . . 120 

, Thomas Alex. 181,190 

Withecombe, John Rccs. . 195 



MILITARY 

Page 
Wodehouse» N. (H.M.S.). • 43 
Wollaston> Charles . . . . 53>84 
— — , Edward Ottley 

152,173 
WoUcn, William Kelly ..iio 

, James Goodlad . . 132 

Wood, Henry John .... 50,68 

» , Andrew 74,188 

' ■ — , John •••.. IQ) 

— — , Archibald Oliver. • 105 

-, Rev. Thomas .... 41 

R. B. (H.M.S.) 42 



Woodburn, David (i sur.) 188 

, David (2 sur.) 1 90 

Woodcock, Samuel Charles 71 

Woodhouse, Charles Rich.l&s 

Woodward, Richard 93 

WooUey, William 1 83 

Worrall, Joseph 189 

,HenryLechmere 67,80 

Worsley, Henry Nelson . . ] 04 

Wrench, Alfred 81 

Wriford,CharlesKichardsonl 80 

Wright, Charles. 92 

— — , Charles (2d) .... 134 

•— , John Allen lOO 

, Thomas 130 

■ , A. (B*E.) .•..••173 

Wrightson, Robert White 193 

Wroughton, Robert .. 52,159 

, Fred. Turner. . 99 



INDEX. 800 

Page 
Wroughton, RobertChardini 03 

— , Henry Ramsay 1 86 

Wyatt, Edgar 55,157 

Wyld, William 80 

Wyllie, Robert ...97 

Wylly, Aylmer William 

Millown 81 

— -, Adolphus Frederick 85 
Wymer, George Petrc. . 50,128 
Wyndham, Charles 85 

Yates, Walter Alexanders 6, 141 
Yeatman , Edward J ordan 189 
Young, Frederick .... 56,104 
— , Thomas.. ..02,93,175 

, George 58,158 

, Keith 45,140 

, Charles Becher .... 76 

-, Harry Elliott 154 

— , William (Cav.) . . , • 83 

■, James 71 

— — , James (2d) 95 

, Peter Alexander . . 94 

— — , James Nowell . . ..125 
>, Helenas Edward .. 84 
, Charles Metcalfe . . 72 

, John 1 90 

Younger, John Robertson 140 
Youngh usband, Astley G eorge 

Francis John 01,1 25 

Yule, Henry 50,70 



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COUNQL, 

Lieutenant.General the Most Noble 
GEORGE, MARQUIS OF TWEEDALE, K.T. and C.B., 
Governor and Commander-in-chief, 
toek hi$ 9 eat l^th Sept. 1843. 

John Bird Member 

tnok hii seat 4th November 1 840 

Henry Chamier Member 

took hU seat a3rtf January 1843 

• 

PROVISIONAL KIMBER OF COUNCIL. 

John Dent ; appointed a^nd March 1843. 



SECRETARIES TO GOVERNMENT. 

RRVBNVB, P01.XTICAL» AND FINANCIAL DEPARTMENTS. 

G. D. Drury Chief Secretary 

B. CunlifFe Deputy do 

JUDICIAL AND PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS* 

J.*F. Thomas Secretary 

MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 

Lieut-col. S. W. Steel, C.B Secretary 

■ G, Fryer Deputy do 



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MADRAS. 



FIRST CLASS. 

Season of Appt, 

1793 Arthur Brooke, 

1801 John Bird, member of council, and chief judge of the sUdder 

dewannee and sudder foi:gdarry adawluc 
1S05 Henry Dickinton^ first puisne judge of the court of sudder 

dewannee and sudder foujdany adawlut 
1806 Montagu Dundas G)ckbuni 



SECOND CLASS. 

1 807 George Jenkin Waters> civil and session judge, snd class, 
Tellicherry 
j^r^ > 00Q J > h n D e ntj m e mb i f e f the Umid uf it i tuutj and vippmmt td 

■.^y frrfitnnrmrrrw iw f iiii ^ummii 

[Vy^ 1810 Henry Chamier, member of council, and president of the 
^ revenue, marine, and collq^e boards / ^ Jj **^ d^^^. 

George Dominico Drury, iiliisf ssiifilMiyj^yMtMaKttT^^ 
J«naSiau Duncan Gleig, principal collector and magistrate 

of Salem 
George James Casamajor, second puisne judge of the sudder 
dewannee and sudder foujdarry adawlut 
,^^^ ^ \ % \% William Riijuii fef d Tayl o i> ci r il and ssss ion judgt, Chi ttper 
''^ 1814 John Orr, accountant-general and member of mint com- 
mittee 
Malcolm Lewin, third judge of the sudder dewannee and 

sudder foujdarry adawlut 
William Harington, civil and session judge, Tricbinopoly 
William Done Davis, collector and magistrate south divi- 
sion, Arcot 
John Paternoster (on furlough) 
Thomas Ebenezer John Boileau, civil and session judge, 

Masulipatam 
John Blackbume, principal collector and magistrate of Ma- 
dura 
Francis Lascelles, civil and sessions judge, ltd class, Honore 
1815 John Fryer lliomas, secretary to government civil depart- 
ment and member mint committee 
Timothy Vansittart Stonhouse, 



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William Ashton, 




CIVIL SERVANTS. 5 

Seaxon of Appt, 

1815 Charles Philip Brown, Persian translator to govern men 
and member of college board 
Daniel £liott, member of the Indian Law Commission 
^ Andrew Robertson, second member of the board of revenue 

' and member of college board, and Tamul translator to 

government 
i Qeorge Stanley Hooper, civil and session judge, Madura. 

! Josiah Andrew Hudleston, collector of land customs, Ma- 

dras 
Frederick Fenby Clementson (on furlough) 
Alexander Maclean, collector and magistrate, Cuddapah 
Alexander Fairlie Bruce, post* master-general 
John Horsley, civil and session judge, Guntoor 
, 1810 John Chardin Wroughton, principal collector and magis- 

trate, Coimbatore 

18 17 John Carnac Morris, civil auditor and superintendent of 

stamps, member of college board, and Teloogoo trans- 
lator to government 
Henry Martin Blair, principal collector and magistrate, 
Canara 
, Frederick Mortimer Lewin, civil and session judge. Com- 
baconum 

1818 John Goldingham, collector and magistrate of northern divi- 

sion, Arcot 
George Anthony Smith (on furlough) 
George Bird, civil and session judge, Coimbatore 
I 1 830 Walter Elliott, third member of board of revenue, member 

of college board, and Caranese translator to government 
Arthur Freese, collector and magistrate, Chingleput 
V^illiam Lavie, civil and session judge, Cuddapah 
William Henry Babington, civil and session judge, Cudda> 

lore 
William Augustus Neave (on furlough) 
Robert Alexander Bannerman, agent to governor, collector 
and magistrate of Ganjam, and commissioner of Goom- 
, soor 
i&ai Edward Binny Glass, civil and session judge, Chicacole 

Arthur Pooley Onslow, colledfor and magistrate, Trichi- 

nopoly 
Edward Penton Thompson 
1822 John Walker, civil and session judge, Nellore 
Henry Morris, civil and session judge, Calicut 
William Elphtnstone Underwood, collector of sea customs, 

Madras 
Alexander Inglis Cherry, sub-treasurer to government and 

member of mint committee 
Stewart Crawford 

Thos. J. W. Thomias, subordinate judge, Madura 

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8 MADRAS. 



1931 Ffincis CoplcAony hesul anwrant to coHeccoi uid magis- 

tntte, Gontoor 
Thomas Onslow (oa fniioogfa) 
M amy Fudson Danidl (on fiirloagfa) 
Afthur Mostyn Oiren Ton fiirlongh) 
Thof . Borloir A. Conway, private scaetary to govcmor 
William Brown Hawkins, extra assistant to collector and 

magiftrate, Bellaiy 
Charles Henry Woodgate (on faiioagfa) 
William Henry Bayley (on farloogh) 
Artbitf Hall (on fbrloagb) 
Wm. Edward Jellicoe (on furlough) 
Arthur Punris, sub^collector and joint magistrate, Ndlore 
Charles John Shubrick, extra assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Salem 
Rowland W. Chatfield, ditto, ditto, Makhar 



FOURTH CLASS. 

1883 Patrick Irvine 

James Silver (on furlough) 

Henry Wood, head assistant to collector and magistrate 
Chingleput 
1888 Thomas Clarke, senior deputy to the register of the court 
of sudder dewannee and sudder foujdarry adawlut 

George Melville Swinton, head assistant to accountant 
general 

Brooke Cunliffe, deputy secretary to government in de- 
partments under chief secretary 

Robert Blair Monro Binning, head assistant to collector and 
magistrate northern division Arcot 

John Fuller Bury, assistant to the agent, collector and 
magistrate, Vizagapatam 

1834 William Knox, head assistant to collector and magistrate, 

Raiahmundry 

1835 Henry David Cook, do do, Malabar 
Lindsey Daniell, extra assistant to collector and magistrate, 

south div. Arcot 

Charles William Reade, head assistant to collector and ma- 
gistrate, Canara 

John Robert Pringle, do do, Tinnevclly 



CIVIL. SERVANTS. 9 

Season of Appt, 

1830 Edward Petera (on furlough) 

William Fisher, head assistant to principal collector and 
magistrate, Bellary 



FIFTH CLASS. 

1837 WlUiiim Cotton Oswell, head assistant to principal col- 

lector and magistrate, Coimbatore 
Dawson Mayne, head assistant to principal collector and 

magistrate, Cuddapah 
George Packenham Monckton (on furlough) 
Alexander Milford Sutherland (on furlough) 
Robert RoUand Cotton, extra assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Chingleput 
Coutts Trotter Arbuthnot, head assistant to collector and 

magistrate, south division, Arcot 

1838 William Edward Cochrane, do do, Nellore 
Richard James Sullivan 

Gordon Sullivan Forbes, extra assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Tinnevdly 
Franklyn Lushington (on furlough) 

1839 Archibald Hamilton, head assistant to principal collector 

and magistrate of Salem 
Arthur Hathaway, do do, Masulipatam 

Richard Gwatkin Clarke, head assist, to the register of the 

court of sudder dewannee and sudder foujdarry 
John William Cherry, second assistant to accountant general 
George Henry Ellis, head assistant to collector and magis- 

gistrate, Tanjore 
Edward George Robert Fane, do do, Madura 
John Ratliff, assistant to collector and magistrate, north 

div. Arcot 
John Henry Goldie, do do, Coimbatore 

Thomas J(^n Knox, do do, Rajahmundry 

Vere Henry Levinge, assistant to principal collector and 

magistrate, Tinnevelly 
Alexander William Phillips, 

1840 Robert Sudlow Garratt, 
John Alexander Hunter, 
Henry Newill, 
George Noble Taylor, 
James Fraser, 
James Douglas Robinson, 
William Molle Cadell, 
William Hodgson (on furlough) 



do do. 


Tanjore 


do do. 


Malabar 


do do. 


Rsyahmundry 


do do. 


Guntoor 


do. do. 


Cuddapah 


do do. 


Ganjam 


do do. 


Bellary 


do do, 


Chingleput 



10 



MADRAS. 



SIXTH CLASS. 

Staaonof AppU 

1841 The Hon. David Arbathnott, assist, to collector and ma* 

gistrate^ BelUry 

Andrew Weddeibarn do do, 

James Law Lushington, do do, 

1842 Alexaoder John Arbuthnot dodo, 
James William Dykes do do, 
Edward Wheler Bird do do, 
James Duncan Sim (on furlough) 
William Robinson, assist, to collector and magistiare. 



184d 



1844 



|0|M 



South Aroot 

Nellore 

Nellore 

Salem 

Masulipatam 



Canara 
Patrick Grant 
George Thomhill 
Alex. Geo. Tweedie 
Moreton J. Walbouse 
John Haggard 
Fred. S, W. Cator 
iSneas R. McDonell 
Chas. F. Chamier 
Geo. F. FuUerton 
L. C. Innes 
F. S. Child 
J. L Minchiu 
A. W. Sullivan 
H. G. Smith 
C. A. Roberts 
A. P. Hodgson 
E. P. S. Hooper 
R. S. Ellis 
E. B. Foord 



do do, 
do do, 
do do, 
do do, 



Tinnevelly 
Rajahmundiy 
Bcllary 
Coimbatore 



MADRAS. 



11 



BOARDS, JUDGES, 

SUDDER AND FOUJDARRY 

ADAWLUT. 
John Bird, Chief judge 

H.Dickinson, puisne judge 
G. J. Casamajor do do 
M. Lewin do do 

H.D. Phillips register 

Thomas Clarke 1 deputies 






COLLECTORS, &c. 

BOARD OF REVENUE. 

Hery Chamier, president 

J. Dent ■] 

A. Robertson > members 

Walter Elliott J 

J. D. Bourdillion, secretary 

T. B. Roupell, sub do 



JUDGES OF ZILLAH COURTS, COLLECTORS, &c. 



Arcoi {Northern Division), 
J. Goldingham, coll. and mag. 
E. C> Lovell, sub-collector 

Arcoi {Southern Diwion). 
W. D. Davis, toll, and mag. 

D. White, sub-coU. and do. 

Bellary, 
W. C. Ogilvie, judge 
T. J. P. Harris, sub do 
Abel Mellor, coll. and mag. 
Charles Pelly, sub-collector 

Calicut. 
H. Morris, judge 
T. L. Strange, sub do. 

Camara fat Mangai»re), 
H. M. Blair, coll. and mag. 
W. A. Forsyth, sub-ooU. and do 
R. D. Parker, add. do 

Chicacole, 

E. B. Glass, judge 

Chingleput, 
W. A. Morehead, judge 
A. Freese, coll. and map 

Ch\U»oi, 
W. R.Taylor, judge 
J. R Bell, sub do. 

Cockin, 
y assistant judge 

Colmbatore. 
G. Bird, judge 

J. C. Wroughton, coll. and mag. 
J. Bird, sub-coll, and do 
Comhaconum. 

F. M. Lewin, judge 

G. T. Beauchamp, sub do. 



Cuddalore, 
W. H. Babington, judge 

Cuddapah, 
W. Lavie, judge 

E. Story, sub do. 

A. Maclean, coUec t. and m. 
J. J. Cotton, sub-collector 

Gar^am. 
R. A. Bannerman, coll. and mag. 

Guntoor, 
I. Horsley, judge 
H. Stokes, coll. and mag. 

Honort. 

F. Lascelles, judge (2d Class) 

Madrai, 

J. A. Hudleston, cqllector 

T. Pycroft, deputy 

W. E. Underwood, collector of 

sea customs 
R. H. Williamson, deputy do 

Madura, 

G. S. Hooper, judge 

T. J. W. Thomas, sub do. 
J. Blackburne, coll. and mag. 
W. Elliot, sub -coll. and mag. 

Malabar, 

, judge 
H. V. ConoUy, coll. and mag. 
F. H. Crozicr, sub-coll. and mag. 

Mangalore, 

F. Anderson, judge 

G. S. Greenway, assist, do. 
G. A. Harris, sub do. 



12 



MADRAS. 



ManUipaiam, 
T. E. J. Boileau, judge 
R. T. Porter, collector and mag. 

Nellore, 
J. Walker, judge 
T. V. Stonbouse, coll. and mag. 
A. Punrby sub-collector 

T. A. Anstnither, judge 

John Robde, sub do. 

T. Prendergast, coll. and mag. 

SaUm, 
J. G. S. Bniere» judge 
H. Frere, sub do. 
J. D. Gleig, coll. and magistrate 
, sub-collector 



Sir H. C. Montgomery, Bt., coll. 

and mag. 
J. F. Bishop, sub-collector 

Teahkerry (3d Clasv). 
G. J. IVaten, judge 

Tbmevelly, 
W. Douglas, judge 
E. B. Thomas, coil, and mag. 
C« Whittingharo, sub-coUector 

Triehinopoty. 
W. Harington, judge 
A. P. Onslow, coll. and mag. 

Vizogapatam, 
W. U. Arbuthnot, coll. and maj;. 



AGENTS TO GOVERNOR. 



Chepttuk. 

Capt. M. J. Rowlandson, asd 
N.l. 

Ganjam, 
R. A. Bannerman 



Xmmool. 



S. Scott 



Vizogapatam. 
W. l>. Arbuthnot 



GOVERNMENT OFFICES. 



Accountant GeneraV$ Office, 
John Orr, account, gen. 
G. L. Prendergast, dep. do 

Treaturer^t Office, 
A. I. Cherry, sub-treasurer 

Civil Auditor' i Office, 
J. C. Morris, civil auditor 

Stamp Office, 
J. C. Morris, superintendent 

Po9imaster General Qffic0. 
A. F. Bruce, postmaster gen. 



Siatiamery Office. 
J. A. Hudleston, superim. 



Mint Department. 
Committee. 

J. Orr, ^ 

J. F. Thomas, > memben 

A.J. Cherry, } 

Capt. J. T. Smith, Engs. mint 

master 
David Rossj assay-master 
Assist. Surg. W. Middlemas, as- 
sist, do 



1887 
1880 
1843 

1820 



MADRAS. 

iSccIf0ta0ttcal iB^tafiU^timent 



IS 



See or Madrai. 
The Right Rev. Geo.T. Spencer, D.D., Lord Bishop of Madras 
The Venerable Henry Harper, M.A.. . Archdeacon 

The Rev. J. Morant, M. A Domestic chap, to the 

Lord Bishop 
Frederick Ormcy Esq Registrar& Secretary 

CHAPLAINS. 




1814 
1820 
1827 
1881 

1832 
1834 



1930 



TheRev. Henry Harper, M.A. 

— Geo, Kneller Graeme, M.A. 

— Wm.Thos.Bleakitisop,B.A. 

— Henry Wm. Stuart, B.A. 

— John Challice Street, B.A. 
*^ Vincent Shortland, '6.U» 

— Geo. Wm. Mahon, M.A. 
-^ Jobo McEvoy, M.A. 

— Henry Deane, B.A. 

— Henry Cotterili, B.A. 

— George Trevor, S.C.L. 



Archdeacon 

Palamacottah 

Junior chap. Presidency 

Trichinopoly 

On furlough 

St. Thomas's Mount 

Garrison Fort St. George 

Kamptee 

Cannanore 

Vepery 

Bangalore 



ASSISTANT CHAPLAINS. 



1836 TheRev. Frederick G. Lugard, B.A. 

1837 — Alfred Fennell, B.A. 

1838 — James Morant, M.A. 

— George Knox, M.A. 

1839 — Robert W. Whitford, M.A. 
— * Joseph Knox, M.A. 

— Wm. Wynt Lutyens, M.A. 

— George Henry Evans, M.A. 

1843 — Edward Whitehead, M.A. 

— John Rowlandson, M.A. 

1841 — Walter P. Powell, D.C.L. 

— Henry Taylor, B. C. L. 

1842 — Alex. Jobn.Rogers, M.A., 

— William Nagle, B.A. 
1848 -^ B.€tracey Clarke, 

— > Meade Nisbett Stone, M.A. 

-^ John Griffiths, B.A. 

1844 *^ '.WouJ« Burford, M.A. 



Vizagapatam 
Mangnlore 

Chaplain to th^bishop 
Black Town, ho8p.& jail 

Cuddalore. 

Bangalore 

Secunderabad 

Arcot 

Qui Ion 

Bellary 

Joint chap.Secunderabad 
Jaulnah 
Poonaraallee 
Trichinopoly 



MINISTERS OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 



1831 
1839 



TheRev.Matthew Bowie 

— Robert Kerr Hamilrcn, 

Bb 



Presidency 
Do 



14 



MADRAS 



Militivv ^^taili^^nunt. 



PERSONAL STAFF OF THE GOVERNOR. 



Namt and Rank* 




T. B. A. Conway 
Lieut, Heniy Rowan 
Capt, Jas. Forbes 



M.C.S. 

H.M.S. 

2nd Eur. Reg.] 



sOct. 844 Private Secretary 
27Sept84a Military ditto 
do Aide-de-camp 



Capt. G. B. Arbuthnot 
LieuL J. F. Johnstone 
Attt. Surg, Jas. Shaw 



BODY GUARD. 



3d LtC. 

do 
Med.Est. 



l6Mar.84l 

30Apr. 844 

4Apr.837 



Commandant 

Adjutant 

Surgeon 



PERSONAL STAFF OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 



Capt, Lord A. Kay 
Thos. Steele 



H.M.S. 
do 



2 7 Sept. 842 
do 



Military Secretary 
Aide-de-camp 
do 



HER MAJESTY'S FORCES. 



Lieut.CoL T. S. Pratt, C.B. 

O.Felix 

Capt A. C. Anderson 

Brinsley Nicholson, MJ). 



5Sept.843 
i8JuneS4i 
2lAug.84i 
36Jan. 84l 



Dep. adj. gen. 
Dcp.qr.-ma8. gea 
Brig, major 
Dep, insp. hosp. 



MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 



15 



GENERAL STAFF. 



COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. * 

His Excellency Lieut. Gen. The Most Noble Geoige Marquis of T^eeddalc, 
K.T. and C. B., assumed command a4th Sept. 1842. 



COMMANDANTS OF DIVISIONS, FIELD FORCES, GARRISONS, 

AND CANTONMENTS. 



Name and Rank, 




StaHoih 



Mcg,Gen, G. M. Steuart 
.. J. Woulfe 

Clement Hill (H.M.S.) 

Sir E.K. Williams, C.B.(H.M.S.) 



- M. Riddell 



asJan. 840 Northern div. 
33 May Ceded districts 
24Nov.B4i Mysore division 
isOct 842 Centre div. 
30Apr. 844lSouthern div. 



Brigadiert isl CUu> 



Maj, Gen,J9a. Allan, C.B. (H.M.S.) 
Colonel J. Anderson 
— — Jf. Perry 



iDec.841 

i9May84d 

12Apr.844 



Malabar and Canara 
Hydrabad sub. force 
Nagpore sub. force 



Colonel H. Walpole 

James Ketchen 

M<9. Gen, J. Leslie, K.H. (H.M.S.) 
, J. T. Gibson 

-. W. H.Sewell(H.M.S.) 



Colonel A. Codce 
Lient, CoLV. L. Doveton 



Brigadieri 2nd Clate. , 

20 Jan. 841 
Feb. 841 
7Aug.84i 
17 do 
lODec. 841 
1 9Feb. 844 
14 May. 



Palaveram 

St. Thomas's Mount 

Bellary 

Vellore 

Bangalore 

Masulipatam 

Trichinopoly 



lieuP, Col. F. Macbean, K.H. (H.M.S.) 
... ^ A. B. Dyce 



jTenasserim Provinces 
2iJune844lJaulnah 



Bb3 



16 



MA]>RAS. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



Name and RafA» 




StaUim. 



LtXol, Robt. Alexander 
Major, Chas. A. ^owne 
CapU . Robert Gordon - 
Capt. W. G. Woods 



Nat.Inf^ 34 Sept. 839 
15th do 8 Apr. 
37th ' do I do 
6th Lt.C»T. 



Adj.-gen. of the array 
Dep. adj. do 
Asst« adj. do 



aaMay.84olDep,astistrad|«dffr : 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF ARTILLERY. 

Capt, A. F. Oakes | Artillery | 5 Feb.844 | St. Thomas's Moant 

. ASSISTANT ADJ UTANT8 GENERAL. 



Capt* 



J. Grimes 
S. A. Grant 



dthNat.IxiL * 7 Feb. 840 
16th do 22 May 



Na^q>ore sab. force 
Hydrabad sub. force 



DEPUTY ASSISTANT ADJUTANTB GEHERAL. 



Capt, 

Major 
Capt, 
Major 
Capt, 



Capt. 



C. F. Liardet 

T. G. E. G. Kenny 

R. Shtrrefr 

J.GvNcm 

J. F. Bird 

S. R. Hicks 



i4thNat.Inf4 4 Jan» 8341 Northern div 



2d Eur. 

2d Nat. Inf. 

IstEuJr. 
9 2d Nat. Inf. 
35th do 



12 Nov. 839 

7 Feb. 840 
21 Mar. 841 

8 Nov. 842 
Q'2 Aug^. »4d 



BRIOADB MAJORS. 



E. G. Taynton 
M. Boachcioft 



I sthNac.Inf 
28th do 



15 Nov. 842 

16 July 844 



Tenasserim provinces 
Centre div. 
Ceded districts ~ 
Southern div. " 
Mysore div. 



Bangalore 
Mab^MiraMtCtair* 



Capt, 



Capt, 



CANTONMENT ADJUTANTS. 

H. N. Noble 40th Nat.Int.|28 May 84i|Palaveram 

I I lArcot 



FORT ADJUTANTS. 



C. G. Ottley 
J. A. Light 
John Bales 
E. T. Cox 
J Forbes 
G. J. Richardson 



Capt. E* Baker 

A. W. Mackay 

Lieut. E. Armstrong 

Capt, H. Power 



39th Nat. Inf. 

3d do 
40th do 

5th do 

2d Eur. 
3lstNat.Inf. 



11 Jan. 8^4Vdlofe 
10 Dec. 841 Bellary 
30 Mar* 843 Masuttpatant 



10 Oct. 
14 Nov. 
9 Jan. 844 



STAFF OFFICERS. 



32d Natlnf. 
H.M.S. 
5lstNat.1nf. 
32d do 



25 Nov. 842 
25 July 843 
12 Mar. 844 
7 June 



Cannanore^ 
Fofft St. George 
Trichinopoly 



Jauloah 

PoonanuUlee 

Sholapoor 

St. Thomas's Mount 



MrtlTARY ESTABLISHMENT, 



17 



Nawu and Rank, 




Station, 



TOWN MAJOR. 
LietU,Col, E. Armstrong | Q3dNat.Inf. | isOct. 842 | Fort St. George 

BARRACK MASTER. 

Capt. W. K. Woreter | Artillery | i7Dcc. 839 | Fort St. George 

SUPERINTENDING OFFICER OF GENTLEMEN CADETS. 

I Nat.lnt I [ Palaventm 



QUARTEB-MASTER-GENERAUS DEPARTMENT. 



QUABTER.MASTER.GENERAL OF THE ARMY. 

Lt.Col. Wm. Strahan | Nat.Inf. | doAug,839 | 

DEPUTY QUARTER.MASTER.GENBRAL OF THE ARMY. 

Miffor D. H. Considine | aistNatlnf. | 27 July 843 | 

ASSISTANT QUARTER.MASTER.6ENERAL OF THE ARMY. 
Capt. T. A. Jenkins | 3ddNat.Inf. | 25Aug 843 | 

DEPUTY ASSISTANT QUARTER-MASTER-GENERAL OF THE ARMY. 
Lieut. F. H. Scott | 8th Lt.Cay. | 240ct. 843 | 

ASSISTANT QUARTER.MASTERS.GENERAL. 



Cdpt, C. P. Wilder 
C. Gordon 



6thLt.Cav. I 24 Mar. 842 
13thNat.Inf I 5 do 844 



Nagpore sub. force 
Hydrabad do 



Capt» H. L. Harris 

G. Wright 

J. C. Fortescue 

Lieut. F. S. Gabb 

Capt. G. Nott 



OBPUTT ASSISTANT QU ARTER-M ASTERS-GENERAL. 

1 Feb. 833 Ceded districts 

28 Apr. 835 Northern division 

29 July 836 Southern div. 

2 Apr. 844 Centre div. 
15 Oct. 



l5thNat.Inf; 
loth do 



1st 

52d 

19th 



do 
do 
do 



Mysore div. 



6 b 3 



18 



MADRAS. 



JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



Name and Rank, 




Station^ 



Affl/.Thos. B. Chalon jaodNat.Inf. 



31 Aug. 840 



Judge advocate general 



OBPUTTIUDGB: ADVOCATES' OEKESAL. 



Capt. W. Hill 

Thos. McGoun 

R. Lambert 

L. Macqueen 



ist£ur. Fee;. |90.Mar«839 



6th Nat. Inf. 
I6th do 
3d Lt. Cav. 



22 Feb. 834 

13 Oct. 843 

7 Sept. 841 



A. Harrison 38th Nat.Inf.'25 Aug. 840 
J.C.Boulderson35th do do 21 Apr. 843 
T. K. Whistler I Artillery |l8 Aug. 840 
P. Pope '24thNat.lnf. 18 Apr. 843 



I, 

n. 

m. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 

vn. 

VIII. 

I IX. 



Nagpore sub« force 
Jaulnah&Secundcrabad 
Northern div. 
Mysore do. 
Malabar and Canara 
Ceded districts 
Centre div. 
Southern div. 
Tenasserim provinces 



PAY DEPARTMENT. 



PAYMASTERS. 



Lt.CoL T. B. Forster 

Capt, W. P. Macdonald 

Geo. H. Harper 

- J. Alexander 

J. Sheil 

R. Hall 

H. Beaver 

D. Scotland 



Cape, J. M. Chart^is 
Lieut, R. W. Leycester 
Capt. W. S. MitcheU 
A, W. Mackay 



Nat. Inf. 
4l$t do 
40th do 

8th Lt.Cav. 
13 th Nat luf 
19th do 

5th do 

7 th do 



9 Mar. 830 Fort St. George 
15 Oct. 8D9Trichinopol3r 
14 Apr. 839 Hydrabad sub.force 

4 Aug. 840 Bangakire 

30 Mar». 841 Vellore 
21 May Nagpore 

24 Mar. 842 Vizagapatam 

31 May Bellary 



DBPlTrY PATMA9TEH8. 



iQth Nat Inf. 
I gth do 
22d do 
H.M.S. 



15 Oct. saoJMalabar and Canara 

24 Mar, 842 Tenasserim 
27 July 843 MasiiKpatam 

25 do iPoonamallee 



SUPERINTENDENT OF FANflLY PAYMENTS AND PENSIONS. 
Major R. Thorpe | 27thNat.Inf. | 24Nov.835 | Fort St. George 



MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 

AUDIT DEPARTMENT. 



19 



Name and Rank, 



Mq;.Gen, G.Waugh 
LtX)oL Peter Whanncll 
CapU J. J. Losh 
— -i. J. Kitson 




Nat. Inf. 
do 
0th do 
45th do 



11 July Sd4 
23 do 831 
23 May 843 
1 3 Feb. 844 



Military auditor general 
Deputy do 

Assist. do 

3d do do 



MILITARY BOARD. 



Brigadier J. Kcicheh 
Lt.Col. D. Sim 

B. R. HItchins 

H. Moberly 

Capt. Tudor Lavie 

E. W. Snow 



Artillery 

Engineers 
Nat. Inf. 

do 
Artillery 
24th Nat.Inf. 



24 Sept. 839 
17 Nov. 843 
24 do 
19 Dec. 



> Members ex officio 






> Stipendiary members 

Secretary 
Assistafit do 



CLOTHING BOARD. 



Maj.Gen. G.Waugh 
Brigadier J. Ketch en 
Lt,CoL R. Alexander 

All Cols, of Regiments. 
CapU J. H. Crames ' 



Mil. aud.gen. 
ComAt.ofa)rtJ 
Adj. gen. 

2d Eui. Reg; 



\ 



Members ex officio 



13 Dec. 839,- Secretary 



ARMY COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. 



COMMISdARY GENERAL. 
XI.C0L A. Tulloch, C.B. I Natlnf.lilSept. 840] 

DEPUTY COMMISSARY GENEftAL. 
X^Co^W.Watkiufl | Nat.Inf.jnl5ept. 84pi 

ASSIStANT COMMISSARIES GENERAL. (90 



CapL A. M*Cally 

John Hill 

Jas. Robertson 

.— A. Trotter 

■ A. Shirrefs 

«.— J, Bower 



44thNat.lnf. 24May 836,Mysore 



24 th 
9th 
35th 
21st 
28th 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



31 May 839 
i6Mar. 841 
17 Aug. 
15N0V. 842 
17 Nov. 843 



Ossoor 
Madras 
Kamptee 
Moulmein 



20 



MADRAS. 



Name and Rank 




Statiom. 



DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES .GENERAL. (7.) 



W. H. Budd 
Hen. C. Gosling 

D. Babin^on 
H. J. NichoUs 

E. E. Miller 

C. M. Macleane 
C» A. Batler 



SistNaUnf. 

7 th do 
17 th do 
25th do 

1st Lt. Ca?. 
43rdNat.Inf I 
3 1st do I 



ilOFeb. 840Hoon8oor 
1 6Mar Trichinopoly 
17 Aug. Moulmein 
15 Nov, Vcllore 
25N0V. 842Sholapoor 
isNov. . {Madras 
17N0V. 84a Do 



SUB- ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES 



Ce^t, F. L. Nicolay 

— - J. Campbell 

— — C. J. Elphinstone 

C. F. F. Halstcd 

E. T. Morgan 

— - J. T. Philpot 

' J. Shepherd 

— — C. Rowlandson 

— — J. MacDougall 

LieuL E. A. H.Webb 



agtliNat.Inf. 
38tb do 



13th 
11th 
50th 
23d 
2d 



do 
do 
do 
do 
Eur. 



46thNat.Inf 
17th do 
13 8th do 



20Dec. 

i6June 

17 Aug. 

l3Sept. 

15N0V. 
do 

25N0Y. 

1 7N0V. 
do 
do 



GENERAL (10.) 
8d9iMasulipatain 



840 
841 
842 



843 



Jaulnah 

Bellary 

Cannanore 

Secundeiabad 

Singapore 

Madras 

Bangalore 
Secunderabad 



WARRANT OFFICERS. 



BEAD OYERSBER. 




Fied. A. Francke .. .. | 


20Jan.83O 1 Madns 


OVERSEER.S. 


Wm. Chapman 


29Aug.82g 


Kamptee 


John Milne •• •• 


29July831 


Singapore 


Wm. R. Gordon 


15 Feb. 833 


Secunderabad 


John Greatorex 


8Dec.835 


Madras 


John Harton . . . . 


17Aug.838 


Cutuck 


William Johnstone ^, •• 


23 Aug. 839 


Ossoor 


Walter Norris . • . 


3Jan. 840 


Bellary 


James Nugent . • 


20 do 841 


Bangalore 


Robert James •• ... 


18Feb.842 


Malacca 


Hugh Montgomery 




Bellary 



MADRAS. 



21 



ORDNANCE COMMISSARIAT 
DEPARTMENT. 



Namt and Rank. 



Date of 
App^intmtnU 



Station* 



PRi:(CIPAL COMMISSARY. 
Lieutt CoL F, Dei¥i\\» | 37Feb.«44 | Presideney 



Mqfor H. S. Foord 
Copt. T.E.GeU9 

P. J. Begbic 

— S. S. Trevor 
Major R. C. Moore, G.B. 
Capt. W.H. Miller 



COMMISSARIES. (0.) 



20ct. 835 

seMar.sag 
24 Dec. 
3 May 843 

23 Feb. 843 
19M9ir.844 



Masulipatam 

Bangalore 

Trtchinopoly 

Hydrabad 

Fort St. George 

Nagpore sab. force 



DEPUTY COMMISSARIES. (S.) 



lAeuL George Gibson 
— J. Denton 
Capt. C. W RoUand 

• G. Briggs 

Lieut. W. Doyle 



SlJuly 837 
lOJan. 840 
28Sept.84l 

3 May843 

4 Apr.844 



Vellore 

Cannanore 

Bellary 

Tonatserim 

Penang 



ASSISTANT COMMISSARY (I.) 
LieuL G. Clarke | 24 May 844 | Camp equipage depdt 

DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES (4.) 



LieuU J. Hamilton 

T. C. Corley 

Mr. J. King 
J. French 



lOJan. 840 
19Apr.843 
4 Apr. 844. 
24lVfay 



Vizagapatam 
Fort St. George 
Nagpore sub. force 
Hydrabad do 



CONDUCTORS (SO.) 



Mr.W. T. Ethersey 


20Sep.83g 


— JohnW. Platts 


SoDec. 


— Jos. Thompson 


IsMaySSO 


— A. Lanauze 


18 Dec. 831 


— G. Montgomery 


31 July833 


— Adam Robertson 


260ct. 


— John Mc Bride 


30 do 


^Wm.Ranson 


liApr.833 


— John Adams 


2 July 


— W. Owers 


29 Oct. 


-^J.Tomlinson 


20MaySd4 


— Thomas Darling 


30Aug.836 



Arsenal 

Nagpore 

St. Thomas's Mount 

Secunderabad 

Fort St. George 

Masulipatam 

Bellary 

Nagpore 

Do 
Jaulnah 
Bangalore 
Palamcottah 



e2 


MADRAS. 


' 


Name and Rank. 


Date of 
Appointment. 


Station, 


Mr. James Lancaster 


3OAug.830 


Arsenal 


— John Craig 


do 


Moulmein 


— Jno. Woodhouse 


do 


Fort St. George 


— John Bradley 


loJuly 838 


Secunderabad 


— George Duncan 


11 Jan. 839 


Nagpore 


— I. T. Gibson 


5Feb. 


Bangalore 


— John Ball 


do 


Cannanore 


— J. J. Tomlinson 


ioJan.840. 


Camp equipage dept* 


— James Craig 


20 do 841 


Singapore 


— Jeremiah Campion 


3lDec. 


Nagpore 


— John Hall 


do 


Fort St, George 


-— Richard Taylor 


33Mar.843 


Malacca 


— Richard Harman 


S3 Apr. 


Fort St. George 


— John Reid 


i6June 


Trichinopoly 


— Robert Dick 


lOAug. 


Masulipatam 


— John Anderson 


SsOct. 


Penang 


— Pierce Cotter 


38May844 


Fort St. George 


-^ Adam Thompson 


do 


Do 


— John McGowan 


do 


Do 


— John Davis 


do 


Do 



SUPERINTENDENT OF THE GUNPOWDER MANUFACTORY. 
Jlf<{;or C. Taylor, Artillery | l5Mar. 83p | Fort St. George 

SUPERINTENDENT OP THE GUN CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. 
Capt, John Maitlandy Art. | 17 July 840 | Fort St. Geoige 



REMOUNT DEPARTMENT. 



Lieut. A. R. Tbomhill, »th L.C. 



I point Remount Agent 
9Apr.844|<; for Madras 



t Bombay 



and 



MADRAS. 



28 



ARMY LIST. 



• G.C.B. 



GENERALS, 
t K.C.B 



JCB. 





NaMeu 


Army 
Rank, 


Corps, 


Remarku 


1775 

1776 
1783 

1770 


Sir H. M'l^int 
Alex. Cuppag^ 
Charles Rumley 
Tredway Clarke 


• 
38June838 
33NOV.641 

do 

do 


39thNat. Inf. 
14th do 
8th Lt. Cav. 
Artillery 


On furlough 
Do 
Do 
Do 



UEUTENANT GENERALS. 



1783 
1783 
1789 
1788 
1790 
1793 



Sir J. Doveton* 
Nathaniel Forbes 
Thomas Marriott 
Thomas Boles 
Sir Hugh Fraserf 
Sir H. S. Scottf 



loJan. 837 
do 
do 

3dN0T.841 

do 
do 



4th Lt. Cav 
34th Nat.Inf. 

0th do do 
48th do do 

6th do do 
3d Europ.Reg 



On furlough 

Do 

Do 

Do 

t)o 



MAJOR GENERALS. 



1788 

1789 
1795 
1790 
1798 
1790 
1795 
1790 
1793 
1790 
1790 
1794 
1792 
1797 
1702 
1790 
1797 
1793 
1794 
1798 
1798 
1795 



SirJs.L.Caldwelit 
James Welsh 
Sir Jas. Russellf> 
Edw. Boardman 
David C. Kenny 
Josiah Marshall 
Richard Podmore 
M. L. Pereira 
Thomas Pollok J 
John Manro 
Ch.T.G. Bishop 
Si r J .Prendergast Kt 
Thomas Stewart 
Sir J. Dovetonf 
Alexander Fair^ 
Sir J L. Lushington* 
Wm. C- Eraser 
Aug. AndrewsJ 
Charles M'LeodJ 
Richard H. Yates 
H. G.A.Taylor J 
WilliamDickson^ 



lOJan. 837 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
38June838 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Engineers 
13 th Nat.Inf. 

3d Li. Cav. 
45th Nat. Inf. 
3 8th do do 

8th do do 
44th do do 
30th do do 
40th do do 

4th do do 
38th do do 
3 9th do do 
lith do do 

5ih Lt. Cav. 
37thNat. Inf. 

dd Lt. Cav. 
1 3th Nat. Inf. 

1st do do 
34th Lt. do 
33d Nat. do 
33rd do do 

0th Lt. Cav. 



On furlough 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Po 



u 



MADRAS. 



MAJOR GKSEKAhS^eontinued, 




o5 N 



1798 
1796 
1798 

1797 
1798 



Brook B. Parlby I 
William Clapham 
John Woulfe 
Gilbert Waugh 
£. M.G. Showeis 
Wm. Woodbouse 
— Fran.W. WilsouJ 
1797 John H. CoUette 
1799 George L. Wahab 
1802 Patrick Cameron 
1797 John Carfrae 

1799 Richard West 

1800 George Jackson 

1799 James S. Fraser 

1797 Henry Bowdler 

1800 John Briggs 

1798 Wm. M. Burton 

1802 Geo. M. Steuart 
1800 Mark Cubbon 

1799 Thomas King 
1808 W.MonteithjK.L. 

1803 Michael Riddell 

1799 John T. Trewmwi 

1800 Rich. L. Evans^ 

1799 Wm. MorisonJ 

1804 William Cullen 

1800 Johnston Napier 
— John Ogilvie 

1802 Thomas Marrett 
1800 John T. Gibson 



SsJuneSdS 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
33Noy.84) 
do 
do 
do 
S. do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



35 th Nat. Inf. 
47th do do 
9th do do 
32d do do 
Artillery 
i9thNat. hxL 
1st Euro. Beg. 

7 th tt. Cav. 
33d Nat. Inf. 

1st Lt. Cav. 
50th Nat. Inf. 
42d do do 

7th do do 
30th do do 



Remarks, 



On furlough 

Bo 
Com. ced«4is. 
Mil. aud. gen. 
On furlough 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Do 



Do 
Res. Hydrabad 



21st do do On ftirlough 
17th do do Do 
Artillery D© 
52d Nat.Inf. Com. N. div. 
iSth do do t 



25th do do 
Engineers. 
Lt.Cav. 
isthNatlnf. 
3;th do do 
Artillery 
Do 
3d Lt. Inf. , 
SOthNat.do, 
2d do do. 
istEuro.Rcg. 



On furlough 

Do 

Com. S. div. 
On fudeiftgh 

Do 

Do 

Res. Tmwioore 
On futiougli 

r,o 

D» 
Com. Vellore 



1800 
1803 
1804 
1803 
1805 
1802 
1804 
1606 
1800 



John Henry 
Henry Walpole 
Arthur Cooke 
C. Herbert,^ 
James Perry 
Hugh Ross 
John Anderson 
James Ketchcu 
John Morgan^ 



COLONELS. 

2(5Dec.84 r5 1 st Nat.Inf.'On furlough ' 
7 July 842 41st do dQJCom.'Palavetam 
19 Dec. 20th do do Com. Masulipatam 

do I6th do do On furlough 

9 Aug. 843 3ist Lt. do jCora. Nagpoxe sub. force 

do 

do 
loNov. 

do 



49thNat.do 
43rd do do 
Artillery 



4flthNat.Inf.On furlough 



On furlough 

Com. Hydrabad sub. force 

Com. Art. 



f Com. for the government of Mysore^ 



ARMY LEST. 



£5 



LIEUTENANT COLONELS. 




1800 
1806 
1800 
1804 
1807 
1813 
1803 
1810 
1807 
1609 
1811 
1804 
1813 
1804 
1805 
1808 
1811 
1804 
1813 
1808 
1804 
1813 
1806 

1810 



J810 
1810 
1806 
1810 

1809 

leio 

1819 

1810 
1818 

1817 

1818 
1819 
1806 



John Wilson 
Fred.L. Doveton 
John P. James 
John Lowt 
Wm. Strahan 
FrancisHalcman 
Alex. Tullocht 
Arch. B. Dyoe 
J. W. Cleveland 
Duncan Sim 
Charles M. Bird 
Thos.G. Newell 
Geo. Sandys 
Peter Whannell 



35Mity833 
31 do 
10 Oct. 
31 Feb. S3 4 
34Dec.835 
30Feb.836 

6Mar. 
31 do 
loApr. 

3Sept. 
i6Nov. 



loth Nat.lqf. 

5tb Lt. Cav. 
33d Nat. Inf. 
36th do dO' 
13th do do 
I6th do do 
44th do do 
5Sd do do 
45th do do 

Engineers. 

6th Nat. Inf. 



3Apr.837|38th do do 
13May 
5Mar. 838 



S. W. SteelJ 
Joseph Leggett 3 June 
JohnH.Winboltl5 do 
M. Tweedie i 6Sept« 
Donald Macleod l9Mar.8d9 



3d Lt. CaT. 
36thNat.Ine. 



9Apr. 34tb do do Mil. sec. to govt 



48th 
5lst 
37th 



Fred. Derville 
Charles D.Dun 
Howard Dowkcr 
Henry Sargent 
LewisW.Watson 
Joseph Garnault 
John Wallace 
P. Montgomerie:^ 
James Bell 
George Conran 
Wm. Taylor 
WestropWutkins 
John Smith 
John Laurie 
Fred. Bond 
J as. E.Williams 
MalcolmM<Neill 
Stanley Bullock 
Rob. Alexander 
John D. Stokes 
W.J.BiitterworthI 
John K. Luard,:^ 
James Kerr 
Geo. Hutchinson 



30 do 
4 May 

3 6 Aug. 

3 Sep. 
8 Oct. 

do 

33 Nov. 
30Dec. 
i5Feb.840 
36 do 
l3June 

31 July 
3Aug. 

4 do 
13 do 

34 Sept. 
30 do 
loOct. 

33 Jan. 841 

6Apr 
17 June 
33 do 
36 Aug. 

iSept. 



Com. Trichinapoly 
On furlough 

Do 
Qr.mast. gen. 

Comnussary gcdi. 
Com. Jaulnah 

Chief eng. 

On fuflottgh 

Dep* mil. aud. gen. 



do do 
do do 
do do 



6th Nat Jnf 

Artillery 

39ch Nat.Inf» 

1st Eur. Reg. 

7th Lt. Cav. 
a 5th Nat.Inf. 

Artillery. 
34thNat.Inf. 

3d Lt. Cav. 

8th do do 
40th Nat.Inf. 



Com. Penaiig 
6th Lt Cav. On furlough 
Artillery jPrin. Com. ordnance 

lithNatlnL 

33d do do 

17th do do 

4dd do do 

50th do do 

30th do do 
Artillery lOn furlough 



Do 



Dep. com. gen. 
On fui lough 

Do 
Direct, of art. 



Adj. gen. of the army 



7 th do do On' furlough 



loth do do 
3d do do 
5th do do 

3lst do do 

Cc 



Goverr.oi of Printe of Wales 

[Island 



36 


» 


MADRAS. 




LIEUTENANT COLONELS— co»lmu«J. 




Namts, 


Army 
Rank, 


Corps, 


Remarki, 


1816 


Adol. Derville 


ioSept.841 


37thNat.Inf. 




1818 


R.J. H.Vivian 


150ct. 


I St Eur. Reg. 


On fuiiough 


1819 


Th09. L. Green 


31 do 


318 Nat.fnf. 




181A 


Francis H. Ely 


sNov. 


43d do do 


1 


1810 


Francis Straton 


33 do 


1st Lt.Cav 


Do 


1818 


John Yaldwyn 


i5Mar.849 


1 9thNat.In^ 




1805 


Henry Moberly 


18 Apr. 


9th do do 


Mem. mil. bd. 


1815 


J.J. Underwood 


9May 


Engineers 


Sup. eng. Pres. 


1806 


B.a. Hitchins 


13 do 


4th Nat.Inf. 


Mem. mil. bd. 


1818 


W. L. Williams 


38June 


3d do do- 




1807 


Eyre E. Bruce 


39 do 


39th do do 




1800 


C. St. J. Grant 


diJuly 


18th do do 




181Q 


H. Conyngham 


'14 ^ug. 


4th Lt. Cav. 




1818 


William Justice 


39Sept. 


iftthNat.Inf. 




1819 


John Ctough * 


30ct. 


46th do do 




1810 


George Dods 


adDec. 


13th do do 


On furlough 


1813 


Fred. Blundelll 


do 


Artillery 




1818 


C. W. Younejt 


do 


i4thNat.lnf. 




1819 


John Campbellt 


do 


41 St do do 




1818 


Thos. B. Forstier 


38 do 


3 3d do do 


Paym. Fort St. George 


1813 


F. F.Whinyi^tes 


91 do 


Artillery 




1819 


J. A. Howdf h 


sJao. 848 


47 th Nat. Inf. 




1817 


Augustus Clarke 


6 do 


3dEur.Reg. Civil emp. Mysore 


1819 


George Fryer 


7 do 


49thNat.Inf. Dep. sec. mil. dept. 


1819 


Ed. Armstrong 


19 do 


33d do <lo Town maj. Pres. 


1893 


Geo. Grantham 


17Aug. 


30thNat.do I 


1816 


Will. Prescott 


38 do 


38th do do ) 


1807 


John Wilson 1 


81 Oct. 


35th do do •' 


1811 


Richard Budd 


11 Nov. 


3d Eur. Reg. 


1813 


Charles Hosmer 


30Mar.844 


Artillery 


1811 


James Fullarton 


35Sepc. 


1st Nat.Inf. 


MAJORS. 


1807 


Dan. A. Fenning S8June838 


5th Lt. Cav. 




1817 


Patricklliomson do 


3d Eur Reg. 




1808 


Charles Sinclair 


do 


34th Natluf. 




181d 


Alex. Lawe 


do 


Engineers 




1819 


Charles Wahab 


do 


lethNat.lnf. 




1813 


John Wyncb 


do 


ArfiUery 




1811 


George H utton ; 1 1 Oct . 83 9 


33d Nat.Inf, 




—.. 


Jimes Low 9dNov. 


46th do do 




2617 


Thos. Stockwell 

1 


1 5 Feb. 84 p 


28 th do do 





Mem, Names in Italics, Brevet Rmtik. 



ARMY UST. 

MAJORS*»cfm^m««i/. 



27 




1818 
1817 
1823 
1S17 
1818 

1813 
1810 
1831 
1810 
1810 
1819 



A. W, Lawrence 
Thos. A. Howard 
T. A. A. Munsey 
Isaac C. Coffin ' 
Geo. C. Whitlock 
T. M. Cameron 



1830 
1818 
1833 
1820 
1830 
1819 

1819 
1830 

1817 
183i 
1818 
1819 
1817 

1811 
1814 

1815 
1810 

1819 
1810 
1818 

1817 
1830 
1819 



Army 
Rank. 




1 Mar. 840 7 th Lt. Cay. 



1 6Apr. 
30 do 
34July 
01 do 
♦Aug. 



Cortlandt 'l^aylorjid do 
Rbt.T. Waliace 
Henry Prior 
W. E. Litchfield 
Wm. Hyslop 
Nich. Johnson 
Arch. S. Logan 
Edw. Messiter 
Cbas. Wilford 
Wm. Bremner 
W. E. A. Elliott 

P,AnstTht}urX 
A, J,Had/ield 
Thos. A. Duke 
C. W. Nepcan 
T. D. Carpenter 
Jas. Davidson 
P. Steinson 
Edw. Home 
Jas. Dickson 
F. W. Hands 

F. B. mtite 
A, Pinson 

G. A. Underwood 
C. Hewetson 
i£. Sherriff 
/. F. Bird 
P. Hamond 
A. G. Hyslop 
F. B. Lucas 
H, S. Foord 
Wm. Cotton 
J. Gunning 
R. Thorpe 
C. HoU 
Hugh Inglis 
E. Haildane 



iSept* 
12 do 

30 do 
loOct. 
19 do 

31 do 
8 Dec. 

l5Jan.841 
39 do 
1 9Apr. 

36 May 
sJuly 

3&Aug. 

37 do 
7Sept. 

10 do 
15 Oct. 
33 do 
31 do 
23 Nov. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
8Feb.842 
22Mar« 
28 May 



6th NaT. Inf. 

1st Lt.Cay. 
13th Nat. Inf, 
36th do do 

9th do do 

Artillery. 

44th Nat. Inf. 

33d do do 

6th Lt. Cav. 

dd do do 
36th Nat.Inf. 
33d do do 
30th do do 
40th do do 
47th do do 
30th do do 
Artillery. 
37th Nat.lnf. 
1st Eur. Reg. 
7th Nat.Inf. 
48th do do 
3ist do do 
18th Nat.do 
30th do do 
50th do do 
2d Eur. Reg 
l6thNat.lnf. 
46th do do 
Engineers 
49thNat. Inf. 

.Artillery 
33d Nat. Inf. 

Artillery 
do 
8th Nat. Inf. 

Artillery 
lOthNat. Inf. 
17th dodo 
27 th do do 
38th Nat.Inf. 

2d Lt. Cav. 
4 th Nat. Inf. 



Remaflts, 



Super* gunpowder manufac. 



On furlough 
Do 



Superig. the ex>Rajahs of 

Goorg and Sattara 
On furlough • 

Do 



Dep. asst. adj. gen. S. div. 
Com. art. Aden 
On turlough 



Nair brig. TiavaiKore 
Supt. family paymts. 

Nizam's service . 



Mem. Names in Italics, Brevet Rank. 

Cc 2 



^ I 



28 




M4BMS. 




MAJORS-~cofit»ttt<^. 


1* 


^am^ .. 


Army 
Rank. 


Corpi. 


Rtumrkip 


1820 


1 
M. Carihew i4June842 


2HtNat.lnf. 


% 


-» 


J. Johnstone 28 do | sd do do 


On furlough 


1813 


W. G. White 


90 do 3 5th dodo 


- 


1815 


C. £vans 


1 July olst do do 




3818 


R. Dowell 


21 do 


5 2d do do 




1820 


Thos. Anderson 


24Aug. 


4Ch Lt. Cav. 


- .- ■ 


— 


J. Fitzgerald 


30 do 


4 2d Nat.Inf. 


Commr. with Baezie Baie 


1819 


Matthew Poole 


29Sept, 


5th do do 


On furlough 


1824 


G. BroadfootX 


4C)ct. 


34th do do 


Agent to Govigen. NW. fran. 


1819 


C. Clemons 


21 do 


20th do do 


c 


1821 


IF. H. Sfimpsont 


23Dec. 


36th do do 


On furlough 


1819 


F. A. RiidX 


do 


6th do do 


. 


1823 


RobU Shirref 


do 


2d do do 


Dep. asst. adj. gen. Centre div. 


1825 


Thot. T. PearsX 


do 


Engineers 


On furlough. 


1823 


R, C. MooreX 


do 


Artillery 


Com. Ord. Pres. 


1818 


Chas. Fladgate 


24 do 


13th Nat.Inf. 




1819 


N. Geoghegan 


30 do 


25th do do 




1826 


Chas. Butler 


2 Jan. 848 


istEttr.Reg. 




1833 


W. White 


19 do 


34thNat.2uf. 




1820 


C.A. Browne ,23 do 


15th do do 


Dep. adj^gen. 


1819 


G. W. Osborne 


l4Mar. 


1 9th do do 




— 


Geo. Bum 


20 do 


14th do do 




1824 


E. Wardroper 


18 Apr. 


37th do do 


. 


1825 


John Millar 


17 Aug. 


48 d do do 


. 


1820 


E. Apthorp 


2 8 Aug. 


2d do do 




1810 


Geo. Logan 


i9Sept. 


41st do do 




1817 


J. Woodward 


11 Nov. 


32d do do . 




1819 


J. J. M<Murdo 


17 Jan. 844 


45 th do do 




1820 


JWGoldsworthy 


i9Feb. 


1st dodo 


'. 


— 


J. R. Robertson 


28 do. 


8th Lt.Cav. 


On furlough 


1821 


Michael Davies 


8 Apr. 


lUhNatJnf. 




1819 


T. B. Chalon 


Official 


d3d do do 


Jndge ad?, gen. 


1821 


D.H. CoBsidine 

• 


do 
LOC 


Oisc do do 

;al rank. 


Dep, qu. mr. geii« 



LI£UT£NANT-COLON£L IN PERSIA. 

1821 I G€o,PX2anieront | sJone837 | 40thNat.Ini | 



Ifem. Names in Italics, Brevet Rank. 



MADRAS. 



59 



FIELD OFFICERS BY REGIMENTAL SENIORITY. 



Note * G.C. D. 


T K* C. B. ( C »• 




Names, 


Talf /^"-- 


Date of 
Rank. 


flttiUerff. 




C^baltT?. 




COLONELS. 




COLONELS. 




T. Clarke 


19 July 80( 


) C. Rumley 


10 Mar. 820 


E. M. Showers 


2 Jan. sm 


i Sir J. Doveton * | 9 Nov. 821 


W.M. Burton 


26 Feb. 84C 


i Sir J. Russell t 


1 May 824 


W. Morison J 


13 Aug. 


Sir J. Doveton f 


do 


W. Cul'eii 


1 Oct. 84Q 


SirJ. L. Lushington* 


do 


J. Ketchen 


26 Mar. 844 


W. Dickson t 


15 Aug. 829 






J. CoUette 


12 do 839 


LIEUT -COLONELS. 




P. Cameron 


12 April 843 


F. Derville 


20 Mar. 839 






P. Montgomerie X 


20 Dec. 


LIEUT.-COLONELS. 




G. Conran 


26 Feb. 840 


M. Riddell 


18 Dec. 826 


F. Bond 


13 Aug. 


F. L. Doveton 


31 May 833 


F. F. Whlnyates 


31 Dec 842 


G. Sandys 


13 do 837 


C. Hosmer 


26 Mar. 844 


D. Macleod 


19 Mar. 839 






J. Smith 


3 Aug. 840 


MAJORS. 




M. M«NeiU 


30 Sept. 


F. Blundellt 


31 Dec. 839 


S. Bullock 


10 Oct. 


J. Wynch 


26 Feb. 840 


F. Straton 


2;) Nov. 841 


C. Taylor 


13 Aug. 


H. Coningham 


24 Aug. 842 


M. Shirreff 


23 Nov. 841 




' 


P. Hamond 


31 Dec. 842 


MAJORS. 




A. G. Hyslop 


26 Mar. 844 


RegL 








b D. A. Fenning 


3 Mar. 840 






7 A. W. Lawrence 


16 do 






1 T. A. A.Munsev 


29 April 


Zngtneettf. 




6 W. E. Litchfield J 


30 Sept. 


COLONELS. 




3 W. Hyslop 


10 Oct. 


SirJ.L. Caldwell t 


1 May 824 


2 H. Inglis 


22 Mar. 842 


W.Monteith, k.l.8. 


IS May 839 


4 T. Anderson 


J4 Aue. 






8 J. R.Robertson « 


28 Feb. 844 


LIEUT. COLONELS, 








D.Sim 


2 Sept. 836 






J. J. Underwood 


9 May 842 






MAJORS. 








A. Lawe i 


I& Mar. 842 






G« A. Underwood 


9 May 


■ 





CC3 



80 



.MADRAJ5. 



COLONELS REGIMRNTALLY. 





inCstttri^. 




Naf^et: 


Date of 
Rank, 


Namet, 


Date of 
Rank, 


• 

Sir H. Maclean f 


21 Sept. 804 


F. W.Wilson t 


23 Dee. 933 


A. Cuppage 


9 July 805 


G. Waugh 


15 June 833 


N. Forbes 


1 Sept. 818 


G. L. Wahab 


21 Feb. 834 


T. Marriott 


6 Aug. 8^0 J. Carfrae 


15 May 


T. Boles 


1 May 824 


R. West 


23 Aug. 


Sir H. Frascr 


do 


0. Jackson 


26 Nov. 


SirH. S. Scott t 


do 


J. S. Fraser 


26 Sept. 835 


J. Welsh 


do 


H. Bowdler 


24 Dec. 


£. Boardman 


do 


J. Briggs 


6 Mar. 836 


D. C. Kenny 


do 


G. M. Stewart 


5 Jan. 839 


J. Marshall 


do 


M. Cubbon 


8 Oct. 


R. Podmorc ^ 


do 


T. King 


16 do 


M. L, Pereira 


do 


J. T. Trewman 


1 9 Nov. 


T. PollokJ, 


do 


R. L. Evans % 


20 Dec. 


J. Munro 


do 


J. Napier 


15 Feb. 840 


C. T. G. Bishop 


do 


J. Ogilvie 


U} June 


SirJ.Prendergast,kt. 


'3 Jan. 825 


T. Marrett 


19 Apr. 841 


T. Stewart 


17 Apr. 826 


J. T. Gibson 


27 Feb. 842 


A. Fair % 


28 July 


J. Henry 


15 Mar. 


W. C. Fraser 


8 Sept. 


H. Walpolc 


18 April 


A Andrews X 


13 May827 


A. Cooke 


12 May 


C. M'Leod I 


31 do. 


C. Herbert % 


29 June 


R. H. Yates 


7 July 


J. Perry 


2 Oct. 


H. G.A.Taylor: 


18 June828 


H. Ross 


30 Dec. 


B. B. ParlbyJ 


I3'l4bv.82g 


J. Anderson 


7 Jan. 843 


W. Clapham 


5 Apr. 831 


J. Morgan J 


23 do 


J.Woulfe 


2 June 


J. Wilson 


11 Nov. 


W. Woodhouse 


18 do 







MADKAS. 



31 



UEUTENANT.COLONELS REGIMENTALLY. 



intftntrs. 



Numet* 




Name$. 



3, P. James 
J. LowJ 
Vf. Strahan 
F. Haleman 
A. Tulloch t 
A. B. Dyce 
J. W. Cleveland 
C. M. Bird 
T. G. Newell 
P. Whanncll 

S,W. Steel t 
J. Leggett 

J. H. Winbolt 

M. Tweedie 

C. D. Dun 

H, Dowker 

H. Sargent 

L. W. Watson 

J. Garnault 

J. Wallace 

J. Bell 

W. Taylor 

W. Watkins 

J. Laurie 

J. E. Williams 

R. Alexander 

J. D. Stokes 

W. J. Butter worth) 



10 Oct. Sd3 
21 Feb. 834 
34 Dec. 835 
ig Feb. 836 

6 Mar. 
31 do. 
10 Apr. 
16 Nov. 

3 Apr. 837 

5 Mar. 838 
9 April 

3 June 
15 do 

6 Sept. 

4 May 839 
38 Aug« 

3 Sept. 
8 Oct. 

do 

33 Nov. 
15 Feb. 840 
13 June 
81 July 

4 Aug. 

34 Sept. 
33 Jan. 841 

6 April 
17 June 841 



DaUtif 
Ramk, 



J. K. Luardt 

J. Kerr 

G. Hutchinson 

A. Dcrville 
R.. J. H.Vivian 
T. L, Green 

F. H. Ely 
J. Yaldwyn 
H.Moberly 

B. R. Hitchins 
W. L. G. Williams 
E. E. Bruce 

C. St. J. Grant 
W. Justice 
J. Clough 

G. Dods 
T. B. Forster 
J. A. Howden 
A. Clarke 
G. Fryer 
E. Armstrong 
C.W.Young J 
G. Grantham 
W. Prescott 
J. Campbell t 
J, Wilson 
R. Budd 
J. Fullarton 



33 June 841 
36 Aug. 

I Sept. 
10 do 
15 Oct. 
31 do 

5 Nov. 
15 Mar. 843 

18 April 
13 May 

38 June 

39 do 
31 July 
a9 Sept. 

3 Oct. 
33 Dec. 
38 do 

3 Jan. 843 

6 do 

7 do 

19 do 
70 Mar. 
17 Aug. 
38 do 
19 Sept. 
31 Oct. 

II Nov. 

35 Sept.844 



8S 



MADRAS. 



MAJORS REGIMENTALLY. 







itttSttttS 


• 




• 

1 


Names, 


Date of 
Rank. 




Names. 


Date of 
Rank, 


3a 


G. Hutton 


1 1 Oct. 839 


4 


E. Haldane 


38 Ma7843 


40 


J. Low 


33 Nov. 


21 


M. Carthew 


14 June 


38 


T. Stockwell 


16 Feb. 840 


3 


J. Johnstone 


38 do 





T. A. Howard 


1 6 Apr. 


35 


W. G. White 


39 do 


13 


J. C. Coffin 


34 July 


51 


C. Evans 


iJuly 


80 


G. C. Whitlock 


31 do 


52 


R. Dowell 


31 do 


3£. 


P. Thomson 


4 Aug. 


43 


J. Fitzgerald 


30 Aug. 


Q 


T. M. Cameron 


do 


5 


M. Poole 


39 Sept. 


44 


R.T.Wallace 


1 Sept. 


20 


C. Clemons 


3iOcu 


33 


H. Prior 


IJ do 


13 


C. Fladga:e 


34 Dec. 


30 


N. Johnson . 


19 Oct. 


8 


F. B. Lucas 


38 do 


33 


A. S. Logan 


31 do 


35 


N. Geoghegan 


30 do 


do 


E. Messitcr 


8 Dec. 


IE. 


C. Butler 


3 Jan. 843 


40 


C. Wilford 


15 Jan. 841 


10 


W. Cotton 


7 do 


47 


W. Bremner 


39 do 


34 


W. White 


19 do 


39 


W. E. A. Elliott 


19 Apr. 


15 


C. A. Browne 


33 do 


16 


C. Wahab 


23 June 


19 


G.W. Osborne 


14 Mar. 


iG. 


T. A. Duke 


30 Aug. 


14 


G. Bum 


30 do 


7 


C. W. Ncpean 


37 do 


S7 


E. Wardroper 


18 Apr, 


34 


C. Sinclair 


iSept. 


43 


J. Millar 


17 Aug. 


48 


T.D. Carpenter 


7 do 


3 


E. Apthorpe 


38 do 


31 


J. Davidson 10 do 


41 


G^ Logan 


19 Sept 


18 


P. Steinson 15 Oct. 


9E. 


F. W. Hands 


31 Oct. 


30 


E. Home 


33 do 


33 


J. Woodward 


11 Nov. 


60 


J. Dickson 


31 do 


45 


J.J.M'Murdo 


17 Jan. 644 


37 


R. Thorpe 


33 Nov. 


1 


J.W.Ooldsworthy 


19 feb. 


38 


C. Holl 


8 Feb. 843 


11 


M D avies 


8Apr. 


49 < 


C. Hewetson 


1 8 Apr. 


17 


J. Gunning 


25 Sept. 



MADRAS. 



38 



REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 

Horse Artillery.-" JAVA ♦»— " MAHIDPOOR"— " NAGP(X>R." 

C Troop bear* on iu Appointment "A -Dragon'* wearing an Imperial Crown* 

UtBatt.— «« SERINE A PATA&f** — "ASSAYE*'— "8EETABULDEE" — 

"NA6P00R*»— "CORyGAUM**— "AVA." 
4d Batt. -••SBRINGAPATAM»» — " EGYPT'* — •• ASSAYE"— " MAHID- 

POOR"— " NAGPOOR"— •• AVA." 
B and C Companiea bear on their Appointments **A Dragon" wearing am 

Imperial Crown. 

"CHINA.** 

Sd Batt. D Company bears on its Appointments ** A Dragon *' wearing an 

Imperial Crown. 
*t CHINA.** 
th Batt. or Oolundauxe.— « AVA.** 

. ffead'Quarters,^~^t» Thomas* sMourU. 
Horse ArtiWerf,. Bangalore^ Arrived 33^/ Oct. 18^8 
1st Battalion .... Secunderabad, Do 24 th May 1 83o ^ 

and Dtr ,,.. Mount, Do I4th June 1830 

3rd Do , , , , Kamptee. Do 23d Afar, 1836 

4th Do .... Mount. 



One Brigade of Horse Artlllety connUiug of Four EufopeoM atid 3- 
Native Troops. Three Battalions of European Foot ArHlLeryt 
4 Companies each. One Battalion <tf Native Foot Artillery of 
6 Companies. 



p 


Rani and Names. 


Rank in the 

9\ * ^ 


Brig, 
or 


Remarks, 




Regiment. Army, 






COLONELS. (6) 




1780 Tredway Clarke 


35 July810 G.23Nov.841 


1 On furlough 


1708 


E.M.G. Showers 


3Jan. 833 MG38Jun.38 


H 


Do 


— ~ 


Wm. M. Burton 


soFeb. 840 


MG23N0V41 


H 


Do 


1799 


Wm. Morison* 


13 Aug. 


do 


4 ' Do 


1804 


William Cullen 


1 Oct. 843 


do 


3 Rei.Travancore 


1806 


James Ketchen 


30 Mar. 844 


IONOV.843 


3 Com. Artillery 


LIEUTENANT-COLONELS. 


(0) 


1 808 FrederiekDerville 20 Mar. 839 




3 jPrin. com. ord. 


1810 


P.Montgomcrie* aoDfic. 




2 On furlough 


— . 


George Conran 


■i6Feb.840 




H 




_. 


Frederick Bond 


i3Aug. 




1 


Director of art. 


1812 


F. F. Whinyates 


31 Dec. 843 




H 






Charles Hosmer 


30Mar.844 




4 




MAJORS. (6) 




1813 


Fred« Blandell* 


3lDec.839 L.C33Dec.43 


1 


Hyd.sub. force 


— 


John Wynch 


■20 Feb. 840 38June838 


'3 


[der maniif . 


— 


Cortiandt Taylor 


IsAug. 




H 


Super.gunpow- 


1814 


iEneas Shirreff 


33NOV.841 


33NOV.841 


H 


• • 


1816 


Peter Hamond 


3lDec.843 


do 


1 


Com. art. Aden 


1810 


Arch. G. Hyslop 


30 Mar. 844 


do 


3 


On furlough 



•C.B. 



34 



MADRAS. 






Rfink and Namei, 



Rank in the 
Regiment. \ Army, 



CAPTAINS. (30.) 



1816 
1818 
1821 



1822 



1833 



1824 



1825 



Henry S. Foord 
George Alcock 
Eames Amsinck 
Geo. Middlecoat 
Geo. W. Onslow 
Peter Jas. Begbie 
llios.Edtn.Geils 
John T. Baldwin 
John Back 
Thomas Ditmas 
JohnW.Croe^gon 
Nath. Hill Fish 
S. Smith Trevor 
Wm.Hen. Miller 
JohnTh.Ashton 
T. Ken. Whistler 
George Hall 
PhilAnstruther • 
Rich. C. Moore* 
Fred. Burgoyne 
G.W.Y.Simpson 
Chas.W.Rolland 
Tudor Lavie 
J.Chris. M'Nair 
George Briggs 
John Maitland 
Montague Watts 
Alex. J. Begbie 
William Ward 
Augs. F. Oakes 



2gJan. 828 

5.1 uly 829 

5Dec.83i 
29May 832 
15 Aug. 

2 Jan. 833 

iMay 
22Dec.834 

dAug.835 
22June830 
loSept.838 

50ct. 
15 do 
27Nov,838 

2Mar.839 
20 do 

4 Oct. 

loNov. 
20Dec. 
31 do 
i6Feb.84o 
13 Aug. 

6 Jan. 841 

3 June 
25Sept. 
23 Nov. 
I0June842 
3oJuly 
31 Dec. 
20Mar.844 



M23NV.4] 



18Dec.8S8 
7 Feb. 839 
lyJune 
M.26My4i 
M23Dec42 
l7June8d9 

do 

do 
dOct. 
lODec. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
l6Jun.40 

do 



Brig, 
or 

Batt. 



Remarks, 



4 

H 

H 

2 

3 

3 

H 

H 

3 

1 

3 

H 

1 

4 

H 

4 

H 

H 

3 

I 

2 

2 

1 

1 

3 

H 

4 

4 

2 

H 



•— George Balfour 

— H. Montgomery 

— Wm.K.Loyd 

— Edward Brice 

— Ed.S.G.Showcrs 

— Chas. Lancastei 

— J. P. Beresford 

— G. Rowlandson 
1 820 Wm. Adam Orr 

— J.E. Mawdsley 
-.- Chas. Jno. Cooke 

— Wm. C. Gordon 



l2June827 
37 do 

OAug. 
♦i5Feb.838 
2iDec. 
14 Mar. 8 29 
19 Apr. 

6 Apr. 831 

iSept. 
12 Oct. 
14 do 
17 Nov. 



CiCDc 40 

do 

do 
Ci6Jun.4l 

do 

do 

do 

do 
C. 15 Dec. 

do 

C.3May42 
C.15 Jane 



a 
H 

2 

H 

H 

H 

3 

H 

4 

H 

H 
3 



On furlough 



Nizam's service 

t 

Com. ord. Ban- 
galore 
China 
On furlough 

[drabad 

Com. ord. Hy- 

Com. ord. Nag* 

[pore 

Dep. judge adv. 

Com. ord. Pres* 

[Bellaiy 
Dep. com. ord. 
Sec. mil. board 
On furlough 

§ 

Super, gun car- 
riage manure. 

Nizam*8 seiT. 
Assist, adj. gen 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS. (60.) 



China 
Civ.cmp. Mysore 

Nizaui'sseiv. 

On furlough 



Nizam's senr. 



On furlough 



* C.B. f Com. ord. Masulipatam 

I Com. ord. Trichinopbly. § Dep. com. ord. Tenasserim. 



REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 



85 






Rank andNames, 



Rank im the 
Raiment ,\ j^rmy. 



Brig. 

or 

Batt 



Remark$* 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS— .f(»7i<tirurd. 



1826 Geo. S. Cotter {saMaysa^ 
1837 John Moore |29 <io 
Geo. M. Gumm ! 1 5 Aug. 
Bladen W.Black | sJan. 833 
Wm. K. Worstcrt 1 May 



— HuifhH. Bell 

— Harry Congreve 

— John Patrickson 

— Am. C. Pears 
1838Wm. M.Gabhett 

— Henry Lawford 

— John Babington 

— Geo. Dancer 

— I J OS. L. Barrow 

— 'J. A. Gunthorpe 50ct. 
1839Gerrard P. Eaton ^ do 



29 July 

lApr.884 
2 8 May 

5 Aug. 8'} 5 
4June836 

22 do 

l2Sept.837 
l2Apr.8a8 
loSept. 



Ci5Jun.42| 
C. 13 Dec. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Ci2Jun.43 

do 
Ci2Dec. 

do 



16 do 
2 7 Nov. 
22Jan. 839 

2 Mar. 

sAug. 

4 Oct. 
10 Nov. 
2oDec. 
20Feb. 840 

6 Mar. 
22May 

8June 
13 Aug. 

d Jan. 841 

a June 



iJohn D. Mein 

— iJ. H. Bourdieu 

— IRd. Kinkead 
— > J as .Geo. Bal main 

— George Selby 

— H . T. M. Berdmore 

— Wm. H.Grubb 

— John Caulfield 
1830 F.C. Vardon 

— |W. B. Stevens 

— |J. W. Goad 

— |A. W. Macintire 
1831 T. H. Campbell 

— lArch. Foulis 
-^ iRichd. R. Uttle 

1 882 John David Scott 1 2 J uly 

— iHen. Chas.Wade i7Aug. 
1834'C.H. Hutchinson do 
1835 Fred G.Nuthall do 

— lAlex.TodCadell do 
1 880 Ronald M c PhcrtoQ dO 
I8371W.C. L. Baker • do 

•^ llUndoIphC. Buckle do 
1 839* And. Vance Falls do 
Fred. Wm. Boad'25Sept. 
Chas. A. Purvis |23Nov. 
1840 H.T.Mole$worth|2lDec. 
-p- I Geo. Scott Elliot |ioJune842 
Rob. G. H. Grant 30July 



Allan N. Scott 
W.C.F. Gosling 
Edw.T. Fasken 



l6Sept. 
31 Dec. 
20Mar.844 



1 
H 

4 
H 

1 
2 

4 
3 
1 
4 
4 
3 
1 
3 
H 

2 

H 

1 
3 
3 
3 
2 
3 
1 
2 
2 
H 
4 

H 
U 

4 
1 
1 

H 

1 

2 

H 

2 

3 
1 

H 
H 
H 
H 

4 
4 
4 



Asst.toCom.Te- 
nasserimprov. 



On furlough 



Do 
Nizam's serv. 



On furlough 
Nizam's »erv. 
On furlough 



Do 
Do 



On furlough 

Do 
Sttffoffi. P.W.I. 



* Super, gov. roads and barrack master Presid. 



36 



MADRAS. 



Br. 
or 
Bt. 



Names, 



Army. 
Hank, 



Br. 
or 
Bt. 



Names. 



Hank. 



3 
3 

9 
3 
1 

a 
a 
a 

3 

3 

4 
4 
3 
1 
4 
1 

a 
1 

4 
4 

a 
1 

a 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS. (30.) 



CT.CoUingwood 
Cbas.D,Waddell 
Alex. Stewart 
H E. Hicks 
C. H. Harrison 
O. Selby 

B. C. Hitchins 
J. H. Elwyn 
S. Rippon 

J. W. Barwise 
E.H.Couchman 
J. W. F. Taylor 
J. F. Smith 
G. B. B. Holme? 
W. S. Mann 
CM J. Thornton 
W. F. B. Uiuic 
A. C. Jones 
John De^C Sinclair 

G. Carleton 
Robert Cadell 
H.R. Willan 

C. H. Philipps 
W. C. Wynne 



llDeG.840 


a 


do 


3 


do 


3 


iiJnne84i 


4 


do 




do 




do 




do 




K^pec, • 




do. 




do 




11 do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




8Jan.84a 




1 1 June 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 





E. W. Dance 
Gilbert Jones 
H. G. Bishop 
C. Desborough 
R. Morton 
C. W. Crump 



iiJune64a 
9Dec. . 

do 
94une84S 
sJDec. . 

do 



SECOND LIEUTENANTS AND CADETS. 



J. JefTeris 



8Dec.843 



N. G. Campbell { 8Dec 843 



REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 



87 



STAFF. 



Rartk. 



Assist. Adj.l 
Gen. J 

Adjutants 

and 
Quartcrmr. 



Namm*, 



A. F.Oakes 

H.C.Wadc 

A. C. Pears 
J. D. Mein 

G. M. Gumm 
E. Brice 

B. W, Black 



Adjutants 



Qr.-nias. & 1 
Interpreter / 

Qr.*mas. •• 



Date of 
Appt» 



5 Feb 841 

19 Apr. 849 

9 Apr. 839 

30 June 843 



30 July 844 
8 Mar.843 



Brtg. 

or 

Bfltt. 



Remark*, 



Surgeons . 



I 



Assiittant d< 



Chas, Lancaster 

E. F.Fasken 
Geo. Rowlandson 

W. K. Hay 
R. Sutherland 
T. Taplin 

J.' Kellie 

C. D. Currie, m.d. 
J. Arthur, ii.d. 
J. E. Porteous 
C. G. E. Ford 
J. Middlemas 
John Drever 
J.Kirkpatrick, m.d. 
J. Anderson, m.d. 
Hen .Ed w. Had wen 



Veterinary 
do 



'A 



Riding- Master 



33 Jan. 889 

8 Sept. 848 
28 Jan. 849 

20 Dec. 837 
18 Dec. 841 
31 May 844 

36 Aug. 

1 1 Aug. 843 

12 April 841 
8 April 837 

31 May 844 
22 July 
1 1 Aug. 843 
12Feb. 844 
27 Oct. 837 
22 Nov. 839 



A 
B 
C 
D 
E 
F 



J.F.Jennings 
Sam. Bums 



25 Feb. 843 
I 9 Feb. 836 



A 

B 
C 
D 

E 
F 



BlM-^Fa&ngt Red—Laet Gold* 
D d 



1 
3 
3 

4 
HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 



HA 

HA 

1 
3 
3 

4 

HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 
HA 

3 

3 

3 

4 



A HA 
HA 
HA 

I 

HA 



38 



MADRAS. 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

•• 8EHIN6APATAM*'—** JAVA »•— •• AVA" 

Head'Ouarters — Fort St, Gwrge. 






1788 
1808 



1800 
1IB15 



1817 



1819 
1823 
1823 

1835 



Rank and Namet, 



1830 



1838 



1830 



1831 



1833 



183a 



COLONXI.S (3). 

[K.C.B. 
SirJas.L.Caldwell 
Wm. Monteith* 

Lnu>r. COLS. — (3). 
Duncan Sim 
J. J. Underwood 

MAJORS (3). 

Alexander Lawe 
G. A. Underwood 

CAPTAINS «»-( 10). 
A. Thos.Cotton 
Chas.Edw.Faber 
Chas. Jas. Green 
John Thos. Smith 
W. H. Atkinson 
Thos. T.Pear8,C.B. 
Aug. De Butts 
Edw. Buckle 
Edward Lawford 
Samuel Best 

LIXUTINANTS — (l6) 

R.Henderson (l) 
Fred. Con.Cotton 
Stafford Vardon 
Jasper H. Bell 
W. I. Birdwood 
Frederick Ditmas 
Hen.Atwell Lake 
John C. Shaw 
Thomas Smjthe 
Wm. H. Horsley 
J. Wm.Ruhdali 
S. E. O. Ludlow 
Chas. Alex.Orr 
Charles M.Elliot 
J . Ouchterlony 
J. Wood Tombs 

♦ K.L.S. 



RsMiin tk§ 
Regiment, I Army* 



1 May 824 
18May839 



3Sept.830 
9May 843 



35Mar.843 
9May 



5June839 

39Dec.830 

4Mar.831 

6 do 835 

3Sept.830 

15Sept.838 

UOcc. 

13May839 

25Mar.842 

9 May 



[M.G. 

lOjan. 837 

M.G. 33 

Nor. 841 



Remarks, 



38June838 

3aNov.84i 



i7Dec.825 

do 
4N0V.620 

35Dec.8d8 
5June839 

3dJuly 
4Mar.88l 
5Mar.835 
30ct. 836 

3 Aug. 838 

15 Sept. 

13 May 889 

1 7June 

llSept.d4l 

35Mar.643 
9 May 



M23DeC43 



16Dec.840 
Do. 



On furlough 
Do 



Chief engineer 
Sup. engr. pres. 

[sub force 
Super eng. Hyderab. 



Civ. eng. 1st diy. 
Sup.eng Penang,&c. 
Super eng. Mysore 
Mint master [div. 

t 

On furlough 

Do 

Civ. eng. 3d div. 
Civ. eng. 5th div. 
Sec. brd. of rev. pub. 
dept. 



C. 10 Dec. 

do Civ. eng. 3d div. 

C.i6Jun4i Civ. eng. 4th div. 
do Do 3rd do 

do ] St Ass. civ. 5tb div. 

C. 15 Dec. Do 7th div. 

C. do Do civ.eng 1st div. 

C.l3do843 Do civ.eng.8thdiv. 

C. do 

Civ. eng. 8th div. 

§ 

Magnetic Obs.Madr* 
On furlough [pore 
Magnetic Obs.Singa- 

11 

On furlough 



f Super, eng. Nagpore sub. force. 
X Civ. eng. dth div. extra aide-de-camp to Gov.gen. 
$ Com. sappers and miners. |1 Survey Neilgherry hills. 







MADRAS. 




S9 


CORPS OF ENGINEERS-^JitMiitfi. 




Rank and Names, 


Hanki 
Rfgiintutm 


iMtke 
Army. 


Rtmarks. 


1833 
1835 

1837 
1840 
1841 
1843 
1843 


•2HD LIKUTS. — (8). 

J. G. Johnston 
Gco.C. Collycr 
C.C.Johnston 
P. M. Francis 
A. J. M. Bolleau 
H. W. Hitchins 
Jolin Carpendale 
F. H. Rundall 


i5Sep. 838 
13 May 830 
17 June 
•igJuly 
11 Sep. 841 
11 Oct. 


6NOV.833 Adjt.ofeng.[0thdiv. 
i3Dec.833 1st assist, civ. eng. 
i3June834 [7th div« 
iiDec.835ist asst. civ. eng, 
1 iDec.838 On furlough 
ioDec.839 China 
1 iJune84i Sappers and mihen 
loDec. 3d ass^. civ. eng. ist 
1 [div. 


STAFF. 


i. G. Johnston ] 3Sepc. 844 | Adjutant. 


SECOND LIEUTENANTS AND CADETS. 




-G. W. Walkei 
Edw. Hemery 
John C. Ande 
C. £. D. Hill 
C. V. Wilkiesc 
E. A. Fooid 
O. W. S. Cha 


rson 

>n 

mbers 


9 Dec. 843 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
9June 848 


Sappers and miners 
Do 
Do 



Facings Purple Fithel-^Laee Go/d, 
STATIONS IN CIVIL ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT. 

Ganjam, Rajahmundry, Visagapatam. 

Msisulipatam, Guntoor, Nellore* 

Bellary, Cuddapah. 

North Arcot, Chingleput, South An:ot. 

Tanjore, Trichinopoly. 

Salem, Coimbatore. 

Malabar and Can%r&* 

Madura, Tinnevelly. 



1st Division 


3d 


do 


3d 


do 


4th 


do 


5 th 


do 


6th 


do 


7 th 


do 


«tk 


do 



Dd3 



40 



MADRAS. 



First Regiment Light Cavalry* 

- SERINGAPATAM »•-«• AVA." 
Station— Jaultiah. Arrived December, 1843. 



3§: 


Names, 


Rank in tie 


Remarks. 


9 ^J* 




Regiment, 


Army, 




■ 


COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1800 


P. Cameron 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


ieApr.843 


3SJune838 


On furlough 


1810 


Francis Straton 

MAJOR. 


33NOV.841 




Do 


ia33 


T. A. A. Muusey 

CAPTAINS. 


39Apr. 840 






1894 


J.W. Strcttell 


34Feb.836 






1835 


J.M. Macdonald 


38May837 






— 


Peter T. Cherry 


diDec. 




Do 


1837 


John F. Porter 


39Apr.840 




Ciy.empMyM>re 




JohnS.Freshaeld 

LIEUTENANTS. 


ig do 843 






1839 


Edward E. Miller 


l4Feb.835 




Dep.assist.com. 


1834 


John Cameron 


34 do 830 


, . 


[gen. 


1835 


Henry Hall 


38May 837 




mai^^ 


1830 


Rich. W. Raikes 


30June 






— i 


Colin Campbell 


31 Dec. 






1837 


M. H.O.Smith 


39Apr.840 




On furlough 


— 


Hon. D. Kennedy 


33May 






— " 


Gco.J.B.Ttacker 

CORNETS. 


19Apr,843 






1841 


F. T. Steward 


35Mai.841 


33DeC.840 




— i 


Wm. Sapte 


18 Aug. 


llJune84l 




1848 


Alex. G. Tod 


35May 848 


3Mar.843 




1844 


Simon Eraser 


35Mar.844 


37 Jan. 844 





Facings PaU Yellow. 

Adjutant R. W. Raikes 31 Jan.843 

Qr. mast. & inter H. Hall iiOct.843 

Surgeon J. Colquhoun, m.d. i Mar. 836 

Assist do E. J. Barker gJune 843 

Veterinary surg 

\* The regimentals of the CvnUiy— French Grey, Lace Silver. 



MADRAS. 



41 



Second Regiment Light Cavalry 

••8ER1NOAPATAM.** 
Station — BelUry. Arrived June, IS4S» 



1^* 


Noma. 


Rank in ike 


Rem»irh» 




Regiment, Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1795 


SirJamesRussell, 
[K.C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONRL. 


1 May 834 


loJan. 837 


On furlough 


1819 


M. M<NeiH 

MAJOR. 


30Sept.840 








Hugh Inglis 

CAPTAINS. 


33Mar.843 




Nizam's service 


1830 


Robert Garstin 


4May836 1 i3Feb. 836 


On furlough 


1891 


Wm. T. Boddam 


5 May 83 9 


37 Apr. 837 


Dept. of public 


1833 


S. F. Mackenzie 


3Aug840 


3 May 838 


[works 


1834 


W.S.Ommanney 


l4Jan.84l 


May 840 




1835 


W. Robt. Scrange 

LIEUTENANTS. 


33Mar.843 


8 Jan. 841 


Nizam's service 


— 


Robert Taylor 


34N0V.837 


C. do 




— 


Geo. K. Edwards 


l3May839 


C. do 




1838 


Roger M. North 


3oMar.834 


C.i3Mar44 




— 


F. J, Carmthers 


4May 830 


a 7May44 




1833 


Geo.W. Russell 


5 do 839 






1835 


J. E. Monckton 
W.C.R.Macdonald 


3 Aug. 840 
l4Jan.84l 






1840 


F. T. L. G. Russell 

CORNETS. 


33Mar.843 




On furlough 


1841 


Rich. G. Jones 


25Mar.84i 


3 Jan. 841 




— 


Hon.W.Arbuthnott 


igMay 


37 Feb. 


Do 


— 


W. C. Clarke 


7 Apr. 843 


aOct. 




1844 


J. C. Mayne 


1 June 844 


35Mar.844 




Faciffgt Orangtk 


Adiut 


ant* ••..•. G. 


W Russell 


191 


^OV.83Q 



Or. mas. & inter W. C. R. Macdonald 34Apr.838 

Surgeon H. C. Ludlow, M.D. 99 do 844 

Assist, do W. H. S. Bum i4Feb 842 

Veterinary surg E. C. Collins 7 Dec. 843 



Odd 



4S 



MADRAS. 



Third Regiment Light Cavalry, 

** SBRINGAPATAM'*— " MAHIOPOOR.*' 
StoHon-^Bangalore, jirrived March, IB42. 



%^ 




Rnnk, 






Namts, 




Rtmarh* 




Regimenl, 


Jinny • 






COLOK£L. 




[M.G. 




179« 


SirJ .LXushington, 
[G.C.B. 

LIEUT. -COLONEL. 


1 May 824 


lOJan. 837 


On furlough 


1813 


G. Sandys 

MAJOR. 


13May837 






1810 


William Hyslop 

CAPTAINS. 


lOOct. 840 




[body guard 


1890 


G. B. Arbuthnot 


3lMay833 




Com. Gov. 


1835 


H. Swan Waters 


38June838 






_ 


Bd«r. John Hall 


lOOct. 840 






1837 


L. MacQueen 


lNov.841 




Dep.jujdgeadf.. 


isao 


Andrew J. Kelso 

LIEUTENANTS. 


3Sept.844 




[gen. 


1831 


Hon. H. Arbuthnot 


34Feb. 835 






1833 


Hen. F. Siddons 


5Jan. 830 






«. 


John H. Corsar 


25Mar.837 






1836 


T. W. Clagett 


28June838 






1837 


Jas. Frs. Johnstone 


lNov.841 




Adj.Gov.'sbody 


-» 


Alex. Rob. Eraser 


38May 843 




[guard 


1841 


A. H. Hope 


3Sept.844 




On forlough 




W. B. Fellowes 

CORNETS. 


IsNov. 






1843 


Alex. Grant 


6Sept.843 


33May 848 




— i 


G.W. Money 


3 5 Jan. 844 


7 Nov. 843 




1844 


J. B. Dunbar 

• • 


OSept.844 


]0May844 





Facings Bujf. 

Adjutant » • . . H, F. Siddons 

Glr. mas. & inter. A. R. Fraser 

Surgeon Wm. Butler 

Assist, do J. W. Madge, m.d. 

Veterinary suig. ...... E. Vincent 



4Jan.839 
l0Sep.843 

loApr.839 
91 Jan. 841 
3gSept.890 



MADRikS. 



Fourth Regiment Light Cavahy. 

" SERIMOAPATAM -— " AS8AYE'*— "MAHIDPOOR." 
&titi(m^Tfichimnfoly, Arrived May ^ 1844. 



"^1 

CO ^ 



N^mes. 



1783 



1819 



1820 



1820 
1833 
1823 
1825 
1826 



1826 
1828 
1831 
1837 
1839 

1840 
1841 



1842 
1844 



COLONEL. 

Sir J. Doveton, 

[G.C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

Hen. Conyngham 

MAJOR. ' 

Thos. Anderson 

CAPTAINS. 

Alfred Borradaile 
Francis Forbes 
James T. Brett 
Ben. S. Sullivan 
Ssim.W. Hcnoah 

LIEUTENANTS. 

F.G.J. Lascelles 
W. L. Walker 
Ash. Tottenham 
D. J.T.King 
Arth. G.Garland 
Thos. H. Evans 
Henry Acton 
E.J. Ferrers 

CORNETS. 

J as. S. Douglas 
Jas. Buchanan 
Ed. Clerk 
W. A. Houstoun 



Rank in the 



Regimtnt. 



Army, 



oNov.821 
24Aug.84t 
24Aug.842 



20 Feb.833 
12 Mar. 
12 Apr. 834 
l9Mar.839 
24Aug.842 



soJan. 834 
12 Apr. 
4July837 
l9Mar.839 
12 July 840 
24Aug«849 

2 May 844 
I60ct. 



91 Apr.843 
iJane844 
3 9 July 
220ct 



[L.G. 
loJan. 837 



Remarks. 



28Feb. 843 

C. do 
Ci5Sep.44 



Nizam's service 



3Feb.t43 
3 Feb. 844 
leMay 
5 June 



On furlough 



Facings Deep Yelivw, 

Adjutant W.L. Walker 

Qr.-mas.& intcrp F. G. J. Lascelles 

Surgeon J.T. Maule 

Assist, do W. F. Currie, m»i». 

Veterinary Surg Henry Hooper 



95 Nov.849 

2 June 84d 

9 May 844 

do 

39Se|»Ci8S« 



44 



MA9RAS. 



Fifth Regiment Light Cavalry. 

^ A88AYB.** 
Station^-'Sholapore, Arrived November 1849. 



4 






179; 

1806 
I8O7 
1820 



1825 



Names, 



Rank in the 



Regimeni. 



1820 
1834 
1835 
1830 
1839 



1841 



COLONEL. 

Sir J. Doveton, 
[K.C B. 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 

Fred. L. Doveton 

MAJOR. 

Dan. A. Penning 

CAPTAINS. 

Chas. H. Graeme 
Alex. Macleod 
Hugh Fraser 
Lorenzo Moore 
Geo.B.B.Groube 



1842 
1843 
1844 



LIEUTENANTS. 

N. Wroughton 
Geo. L. H. Gall 
A. R. Thornhill 
Lousada Barrow 
W.E. Remington 
George Forbes 
Geo.Rob.Phillips 
Chas. H. Abdy 

CORNETS. 

F. L. Magniac 
Jas. Clagett 

G. S. Simson 
H. M. Eliott 



I Mays 24 
31 May 83 3 
3Mar.840 



llSept.8d4 
2lV]ay 835 
3 Mar. 840 

20 May842 
6Feb.844 



Army, 



[M.G. 
lOJan. 837 



Remarks, 



28June888 



On furlough 

Com. Trichano- 
[poly 



agOct. 833 

18Nov.830 
2 5 Oct. 837 

25Nov.8dg 
3 Mar. 840 

30 May842 
2 Jan. 844 
OFeb. 



24 Feb. 842 
23Aug. 
2 5j an. 844 
2 5 Mar. 



8Jan. 841 
do 



C5 Mar 84 2 



Civ. emp. My- 
sore 



23Dec.84i 

18May842 

i3Sep.84d 

1 J an. 844 



Facings Pale Yellow, 

Adjutant G. L. H. Gall 

Qr..mas. & inter L. Barrow 

Surgeon C.C.Linton 

Assist. do •• A.Wilkinson 

Veterinaiy surg G. Chester 



On furlough 
Do 



Feb. 838 
12 Mar. 844 
igMar. 844 
20 Aug. 844 
1 1 June 838 



• Joint agent for remount Madras and Bombay. 



MADRAS. 



4S 



Sixth Regiment Light Cavalry. 

•• NAOPOOR." 
Station — Arcot, Arrived July, 1844. 



^^• 




Rank in tJU 




4^. 


Namet. 


Regiment* 


Army, 


Remarks* 




COLONEL. 


. 


[M.G. 




1795 


W. Dickson, C,B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


l5Aug.839 


28June838 


On furlough 


1812 


Donald Macleod 

MAJOR. 


19Mar.839 




Do 


1819 


Wm. E. Utchfield 

CAPTAINS. 


30 Sep. 840 






1830 


John Byng 


190ct.831 


4 




.^ 


John R. Brown 


iiMay833 




Do. 


1835 


JanMiS Whistler 


5N0V.837 








ChariesP.Wildcr 


30 Sep. 840 




• 


1838 


Hen. R. C. King 

LIEUTENANTS. 


27Juiie84t) 






1829 


Mark S. Ottley 


11 May 633 






1837 


Wm. G. Woods 


soJan. 834 1 C4 Man 43 


t 


1832 


William Vine 


5Nov.8a7 




- 


1835 


Wm. N. Mills 


23June838 






1838 


J. M. MacGrcgor 


30 Sep. 840 






_— 


Henry O.Maync 


l7Sept.84l 




Ni2am*s serv. 


1840 


David Hay 


27Apr.843 




~ ■ 


1841 


E. G. Wood 

CORNETS. 


37Junet48 






..I. 


Wm. Leslie 


32NOT.841 


llAug.841 




1842 


W. S. S. Mulcastci 


r 24May84a 
28Aug.843 


3Mar.842 


On furlough 


1843 


W. H. Dowbiggin 


29May843 




-— 


G. H. M. Aynsley 


25 J an. 844 


idSept. 


. 



Facings Orange, 

Adjutant J. M. MacGregor 1 7 May 843 

Qr.-mas. and interp. . . 

Surgeon J.McKenna, m.o. 26 Aug. 844 

Assistant do 

Veterinary Surg 

« Assist, qu, mast. gen. Nagpore sub. force, 
t Dep. ass. ad. gen. of the army. 



46 



MADRAS. 



Seventh Regiment Light Cavalry. 

" AS8AYE.»» 

SttUUm^mKoMptee. Arnvtd February , 1844* 



Bank in the 




1797 



1811 



1818 



1819 
1820 
1823 
1834 
1836 



1837 
1835 

1839 
1840 



1841 
1843 



COLONEL. 

John H. Collette 

LIEUT. COLONEL. 

John Smith 

MAJpR. 

A. W. Lawrence 

CAPTAINS. « 

B.WCumberlege 
R.H. Richardson 
Henry B. Blogg 
Alex. Strange 
Richard Hunter 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Chas.W. Gordon 
Aug. J. Curtis 
J* A.Campbell 
Hon.P.T.Pellew 
M.W. Isacke 
A. S. Bruere 

Wro. PureyCust 
Octavius Felly 

CORNETS. 

Cbas. C. Hook 
A. W. Bernal 
G. T. Radclifle 
E. H. Power 



i2Aag.83o 

3Aug.840 

16Mar.84o 



270ct.834 

lJuly838 

2 Apr. 839 

12Noy.842 

170ct. 843 



1 July838 

5Mar.839 

2Apr. 
26June 
lOMar.840 

3June84l 

12NoV.S42 
I70ct. 843 



1 July 841 
24 Feb. 842 
2 5 May 843 
30Nov. 



Armf. 



[M.G. 
28June838 



13Feb. 83« 



Remarks, 



On furlough 
Do 



ioMay84i 

22 Noy. 

25Feb.843 
29May 



Do 



Do 



Facings Buff, 



Adjutant. 

Qr.-mas. and inierp Hon. P.T.Pellew 10 May 83d 

Surgeon D. Falconer l Mar. saO 

Assistant do H. Stanbrough 1 1 Jan. 84 1 

Veterinary surgeon 



MADRAS. 



47 



Eighth Regiment Light Cavalry. 

•* MAHIOPOOR.** 
Suuion^Secunderahad, Arrived February, 1844. 



>< 




Rank i» tka 




4* 


Namet. 


Reginunt, 


Army, 


Rgmark$^ 




COLONEL. 




[G. 




1782 


Charles Rumley 

IIEUT..COLONEL. 


10Mar.82O 


23Nov.841 


On furlough 


1810 


S. Bullock 

MAJOR. 


loOct. 840 






1820 1 Jas.R. Robertson 


28 Feb. 844 




Do 


1 CAPTAINS. 








1824 i Geo. Dunsmure 


2gOct. 833 




Do 


1825 J. K. Macdonald 


28Jane838 






— , Edward Down 


18 Apr. 841 


8 Jan. 841 




1826 John Whidock 


23Nov. 




[Irre 


1821 


Jas. Alexander 

LIEUTENANTS. 


28 Feb. 844 


27Apr.837 


Paymr« Banga- 


1830 


Jonathan Fowler 


2oJan.635 






1831 


George Cumine 


SMay 830 




On furlough 


1834 


F. H. Scott 


2Jan. 838 


• 


« 


1833 


T. Newbery 


2 8 June 






1830 


H. H.Frccling 


liJuly839 






1838 


Geo.K.Newbery 


•23NOV.841 






1839 


J.E. Mayne 


20 Feb. 844 






1840 


C. H. Middleton 

CORNETS. 


28 do 






1841 


Jas. O. Cookson 


19July841 


2 Apr. 841 


■ 


1842 


Jonas Barclay 


3oDec.842 


20 Aug. 842 




1844 


R. R. Christie 


lJune844 


lMar.844 






C.R. W.F.Harris 


29Jaly 


16 May 





Facingi Dttp YilUm, 



i Feb. 839 



Adjutant T. Newbcry 

Qr.-mast. and interp 

Surgeon J.J.Purvis 20 Aug. 844 

Assistant do E. S. Tnbe 27 Feb. 844 

Veterinary Surg T. Haggcr 25 Apr, 

* Dep ass. Qr. mr. gen. of the army. 



48 



MADRAS. 



First European Regiment, 
Fusileers. 

(Right Wing.) 

" ARCOT "-" PLASSEY »»—" CONDORE »•— " WANDEWA8H »»— 
•• SHOLINGlJR»»— NUNDY DROQG »•— ««AMBOyNA»»— *«TERNATB". 
••^ANDA »'—*»PONDI CHERRY ••—» MAHIDP0OR»»— •• AVA." 
Station — Amee. Arrived April 1843. 



Co ^ 




1798 
1800 

1818 

1830 

1830 

1821 
1825 
1826 



1828 
1833 
1830 

1838 

1837 
1839 



1840 



1841 



1842 



COLONELS. 

F. W. Wilson, C.B 
J. T. Gibson 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

R.J. H.Vivian 

MAJOR. 

Charles Butler 

' CAPTAINS. 

Pliilip Chambers 
Robt. D. Weir 
Wm. J. Manning 
T. Killman Hull 
Jas. Geo. Neill 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Thos. F. Nicolay 
S. G. C. Renaud 
J. N. Warington 
John M. Rees 
And. Alex. Geils 
W. R. Brown 
J. F. Fotheringham 
Cha.W.Tulloch 
C.J. Allardyce 
Wm. G. Lowe 

F. F. C. Dickson 
Wm. Henry West 
Arthur J. Cattley 
Alfred J. de H.Harris 
Arnold Ward 
John Christie 
David Brown 

2ND LIEUTENANT 

Thomas Raikes 

G. M. Carter 
EL. Grant 
F. G. Rybot 
Kdw.T. Bayly 
H. D. Taylor 
J. G. C. Fraser 
Percy L. Holmes 
J. B. Spurgin 
Chas. S. Elliot 



Rank in tke 
Regiment* Army, 



23 Dec. 832 
37Feb.842 

150ct. 841 

3Jan. 843 

0June8Sl 
27 Mar. 833 

4Jan. 839 
1 6 Dec. 

2Jan. 843 

6June831 
27Mar.83-i 

aFeb. 835 
ilJune837 
SODec. 

4 Jan. 839 
3Q do 
30 July 
1 6Fcb. 840 

30ct. 
do 

2lJuly841 
26Aug. 
|l6July843 

do 
30Aug. 

2Jan* 843 

18May84l 
39July 841 
I Nov. 
do 
23 do 
S4May843 
50ct. 
do 

38 do 

igJan. 843 



[M.G- 

38June838 

23Noy.841 

IM.G. 



37Apr.837 
dJan. 843 

C. 3oJunc 
C. ft Mar. 
C. I5ilune 

[844 



Remarii, 



Com.Vellorc 
On furlough 



35Dee.840 
do 

liJune84l 
13 do 

5 July 

sJan. 843 
1 1 June 
13 do 
10 Aug. 
39 do 



Dp 



Do 



Fadngt Blue. 
* Dtp. assist, adj.-gen. Ceded districts. 



MAt>RAS. 



49 



First European Regiment. 
Fusileers. 

(Left Wing.) 
" MAHIDIH>OR »•-« AVA.»» 
StttUon-^Arcot, Arrived April 1 843. 



1819 



1820 



1821 
1825 



1827 
1828 
1835 
1830 



LI1UT..C0L0NEL. 

W* Watkins 

MAJOR. 

T. A. Duke 



CAPTAINS. 

William Hill 
J. Chas. Hawes 
Thos. J as. Ryves 
Arundel Barker 

LIEUTENANTS. 

J. L. Stephenson 
Henry Houghton 
Andrew Walker 
Michael Galwej 




Rank in the 



Regiment* 



31 July 840 



2Jan. 843 



22Sept.8d5 
*i5Jan. 830 

2QSept837 
30 July 839 



8May835 
10June885 
2 5 Jan. 830 

eSept. 



Armf, 



Remarks, 



20 Aug. 841 



C20Aug841 
Ci9May844 



Dep. com. gen. 



Dep. judge adv. 
gen. 

On furlough 



Do 



Faeingt Blue, 

Adjutant t3 the Regt. S. G. C. Renaud 
Qr.-ma4. and inter.. , J.N. Warington 

Surgeon 

Ajisist. do G. F. H. Eastall 

Do 



7 Mar« a4d 
do 

38 Dec. 843 



E« 



50 



MADRAS. 



Second European Regiment. 
Light Infantry, 

Station — Bangalore, Arrived Oct, 1840- 



©^••J 




Ila7ik in the 




Co > 


jNumes, 


• ' 


Remarks. 




Regiment, 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[L.G. 




1793 


Sir H. S. Scort, 


1 May 824 


23N0V.841 


On furlough 


^■ 


[K.C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONELS. 




' • 




I8I7 


Aug. Clarke 


OJan.843 




Civil emp. My- 


1811 


R. Budd 

MAJORS. 


11 Nov. 




sore 


1817 


PatrickThomson 


4Aug.840 


28June838 


Com. at Neil- 


18I8 


Fred. W. Hands 

CAPTAINS. 


3iOct. 843 


23Ngv.841 


gherrics 


1820 


Jas. Richardson 


80ct. 83g 


27Apr.82Q 




1819 


Thomas P. Hay 


do 


5JuIy 




1820 


Wm. Rawlins 


do 


16 Aug. 830 


[boafd 




John H. Cramer 


do 


19Mar.83l 


Sec. clothing 


1819 


John Shepherd 


do 


6Apr.635 i Sub-ass.com gn 


•^— 


T.G.E.G. Kenny 


do 


do 1 Dep.ass.ad.geii. 


■:— 


H. A. Hornsby 


do 


do 


Tcnasserim 


1821 


James Forbes 


4Aug.840 


-27Apr.837 


« 


1822 


J.S.Du Vcrnet 


31 Oct. 843 


2 May 839 


GreatTrig.Surv. 


1825 


Alex. Wallace 

LIEUTENANTS. 


31 July 844 


8Jan. 841 




— 


F. R. Trcwman 


80ct. 839 


C do 




1827 


R.D. Armstrong 


do 


C22June43 




1825 


John Merrict 


do 


C27fccb.42j 


1828 


Gardiner Harvey 


do 


Ci5Jun.44 ; Civil emp. My- 


1829 


A.M. Molyneux 


do 


i6Dec.635 j sore 


1835 


Crawford Cooke 


do 


14 Feb. 836 




— 


Fran. F. Warden 


do 


l6Jan.8d7 




— 


Wm.P.Devereux 


do 


27 do 




1836 


W. D. Mainwaring 


do 






— 


Frederic Nelson 


do 




On furlough 


1839 


Donald Tulloch 


30ct. 840 






— 


Geo. R, Pinder 


do • 








Wm. C. Callow 


9Mar.84l 




Do 


1838 


Chas. Douglas 


1 Feb. 84 2 






1840 


John F. Croasdill 


IfiJulv 






— 


Edwin Worsley 


do 






— 


J. J. Pearce 


18July843 






— 


G. A. Fulton 


31 Oct. 






1841 John Wood 


2 3 Apr. 844 ' 




1840 

1 


T.W.Gibson 


31 July 







• Aide-de-camp to gOTeroor. Fort adj. Fort St. George 



MADRAS. 



61 



Second European Regiment, 
Light Infantry. 

(Continued.) 





Statioi^Bangalore, Arrived Oct, 1840. 


^^ 


• 


' Rank in the 




2 ^ 


Names* 




Remarks. 






Regiment, Army, 






ENSIGNS. 








1841 


R. Hallowcs 


9aNov.84i 


n Aug. 841 




1641 


W. G. Sioll 


:24May 842 


llDec.841 


. 


— 


Wm. Robertson 


do 


93 do 




1842 


T. E. Bell 


19 Aug. 


3Mar.849 




._ 


John M. Baird 


bOct, 


llJune 


r 


— 


Chas. Smith 


28 do 


2Aug. 




1643 


Thomas Drever 


24July843 


3oJan. 843 


* 


-.» 


M. Prichard 


22N0V. 


25Feb. 




— • 


J. R. Mackenzie 


26Apr.844 21 June 




1844 


E. Presgrave 


35Sept. 


30Oec« 





Facings Blue, 

Adjutant C. Cooke 1 July 840 

Qr.-mi^. andinterpj. Merritt 28 Aug. 840 

Surgeon . . •• J. L. Geddes 19 Dec. 830 

Assist. do.»« H.F.C.Cleghom, m.d. 28 Aug. 843 

Do •••• G. Mackay, m.d. i Apr. 844 



Ee 2 



52 



MADRAS. 



First Regiment Native Infantry. 
Rifle Company. 

" SERINOAPATAM »•— " 8EBTABULDEE**— •• NA6P00R "— " AVA.'» 
SiaHon^^Seaindembrnd. Arrhed May 1 848. 



*^^l 

^ ^ 




Rank in the 1 






Namu, 


Regtmtnt. 


Army. 


Remarh. 




COItONEL. 


. 


[M.G. 




1793 


A.AndrewSjC.B. 

LIEUT.-COtONEI.. 


i3May827 


98June838 


On furlough 


1811 


J. FuUarton 

MAJOR. 


35Sept.844 




: 


1820 


J.W.Goldsworthy 

CAPTAINS. 


19Feb. 844 






— 


M.W. Perrcau 


17 Oct, 834 




■ 


1821 


John R. Graham 


27Mar.835 






1825 


Samuel Talman 


4NOV.836 






— 


Jno. C. Fortescue 


24Sept.840 




Dep. Hsst. qr.m. 


— — 


Fred. Gottreux 


19Feb.844 


8 Jan. 841 


gen.S.div. 




Francis Devi^ 

LIEUTENANTS. 




do 




1826 


J. W. C. Starkcy 


170ct.834 


C5 Jan. 842 




1827 


Rich. Hamilton 


loFeb.8S0 


C27May44 




1832 


William F. Eden 


4Nov. 


* 


Asst. to res. In- 


1837 


Alex4 R. Dallas 


37Aug.839 




dorc 


1838 


G. T. S. Camithera 


24Sep. 840 






1839 


H.B. T.St. John 


• 

30ct. 






— 


Chas. Woodland 


16 July 842 




* 


1840 


Alfred Davis 


19 do 






— 


Jos. Hen. Wright 


19Feb. 844 






1841 


L.M.V.Strachey 

ENSIGNS. 






On furlough 


1842 


A. L. Rishton 


20July 842 


3Feb. 842 




— 


Wm. H. Cuming 


50ct. 


12 June 




1843 


C. Fullarton 


lMar.844 


9 do 843 




1844 


J. G. R, Forlong 

• • 


OSept. 


30Dec. 






1 » 
Fimngi Wkiu. 


Adfutant Ri< 


:hard Hamilton 13 Nov. 838 
B. T. St. John 12 Apr. 844 


Qr.-mas. and inter. ..R. 


Sur}?e 
Assist 


on ., J. ] 


Uwder 26 Aug. 


• ••••••••••.P.J 

:. do ....,♦,,,. 



MADRAS. 



53 



Second Regiment Native Infantrj/* 

*' ASSAYE»»— •« NAGPOOB»»— ** CHINA." 

Station-^China, Embarked March, 1842. 

Ordered to Palaveram* 



V.-' 




Rank in the 




d ^ 


Names, 


^w ^ ^^^ w ^r^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^ w ^ ^m 


Remarks, 


1^ 




Regiment. 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1802 


T, Marrctt 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


19 Apr. 841 


23NOV.841 


On furlough 


1818 


J. K.Luard,C.B. 

MAJOR. 


23JuneS41 






1820 


KastApthorp,K.S.F. 

CAPTAINS. 


28Aug.843 






1823 


J.H.B.Congdon 


29Mar.8S5 






— 


Robert Shirrcff 


gJan. 836 


M23Dec4a 


• 


1824 


Robt. N. Faunce 


3 Apr. 






1825 


Thomas Back 


28Aug.839 






— 


Hopton Stewart 


28 do 843 


8Jan.84i 




1826 


Wm.Geo.Beagin 

LIEUTENANTS. 




20Noy,842 




— 


Edward Green 


4Mar.834 


Cl9Feb.43 




1831 


Arth. Wyndham 


0Jan.836 




Nizam's serv. 


1833 


George Carr 


3Apr. 






1835 


Robert Sbawe 


2Aug.837 






-» 


John F. Erskine 


2 8 Aug. 830 






1830 


D.W.M'Kinnon 


20May 840 




Do 


1838 


Alfred A. Shaw 


sOct. 






1839 


S. Mainwaring 


l6July842 






1840 


T. J. M. Cunningham 


28Aug.843 




- 




William Touch 

ENSIGNS. 










Hampden Acton 


28Dec.840 


6Sept.840 


. , 


1841 


E.A.B.Travers 


i8May84i 


17 Feb. 841 




1S42 


W.M. Burroughs 


50ct. 842 


ilJune842 


... 


1843 


John Brown 


1 Nov. 843 


22Feb.843 


. 


• • 


acingM Deep Green* 


• 


Adtui 


tant Geo. 


Carr 


20 Dec. 83fi 


) 



Qr.-mast. and interp. 

Surgeon W. G. Maxwell 4 Dec. 84 1 

Assist, do • W. R. Gingell 1 2 Jan. 843 

* Dep. as8t« adj. gen., Centre dhr. 
£e3 



54 



MADRAS. 



Third, or Pahmcottah Light Iftfaatrp. 

" Now or Never:* 

•« HilHIDPOOtr ••— " AVA.»» 

Siatiom — Sholapore, Arrived 184 . 



n *^ 




Rani in the 1 


Sc^ 


NamiSt 


«»WWaA VW V WWW 


Remarh, 


«^ 




Regiment, 


Army, 






COLOMEL. 




[M.G. 




1800 


Jbhnston Napier 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


15Feb.840 


33No¥.841 


On furlough 


1819 


W.L.Williams 

MAJOH. 


28June842 






1820 


John Johnstone 

CAPTAINS. 


28Jttne842 




Do 


1823 


Fred. Jos. Clerk 


llMar.S32 




Police magis- 


3825 


Wal. Geo. Yarde 


2June838 




trate, Pres.* 


— 


Edwin L. Durant 


24 July 






1827 


Thomas Fair 


1 Oct. 840 




On furlough 


— 


Grant Allan 


28Jane842 








John A. Light 

LIEUTENANTS. 




14DeC. 843 


Fortadj.Bellary 


1829 


Wm. Brown 


12Sept.834 






1880 


Pfefcjr T. Snow 


2oJune837 






1833 


James Keating 


2june838 






1830 


Vine. C. Taylor 


24July 






■— 


Wm. H. Baynes 


23Sept.839 






1838 


Robert Jones 


32 Jan. 842 






1839 


J. L. Heathorn 


2 8 June 




On furlough 


1840 


And. Win. Uke 


JCJuly 






— 


F. M. Haultain 


17 Nov. 843 






1841 


Geo. T.Dick 

ENSIGNS. 




* 




— 


Sidney Waller 


24Feb.842 


l8Sept.841 




1842 


W. R. Arnold 


i9Aug. 


9Mar.842 


» 


— 


P. S. Cunningham 


280ct. 


10 Aug. 




1,843 


J as. Puckle 


22NOV.843 


25Feb. 843 





Facings Dark Green, 

Adjutant James Keating 31 Aug. 840 

Qr.-mas. and iiiterp. 

Surgeon ,, "^ 

Assist, do ..•.,.., P. A. Andrew 1 4 Feb. 842 

• With the regiment. 



MADRAS. 



56 



Fourth Regiment Native Infantry. 

•• AS8AYE.»» 
StatUm'^China. Arrived 1844. 



'fe.,- 





Hank in the 




"' §< 


NaMtSt 




Remarks, 


4^. 




Regiment, 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1790 


John Munro 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


1 May 824 


loJan. 837 


On furlough 


1806 


B. R. Hitchins 

MAJOB. 


12 do S43 




Mein.Mil.Board 


1819 


Edward Haldane 

CAPTAINS. 


28May84i 






1823 


Thos.Jas. Fischer 


SOct. 839 


14Sept.839 




1825 


JohnEdm.GIynn 


8 do 






V 


HerbcrtW.Wood 


6 Apr. 841 


8 Jan. 841 




— 


P. A. S. Powys 


20Apr.842 


do 




1824 


Henry Colbeck 


28May 


6 May 840 




1826 


Joseph Dods 

LIEUTENANTS. 




5Mar.842 




1827 


J.M'M Johnston 


3lMaF.836 


C27May43 




1836 


G.W. N. Dunlop 


dOct.839 






1837 


Jas.Edw. Palmer 


8 do 






1638 


Alex. C. Silver 


3 do 840 




1839 


A. M. Cleghorn 


6 Apr. 841 






-^ 


P. R. J. Wood 


20Apr.842 






1840 


J as. Denton (2d) 


28May 






1841 


John J. Brine 


28Sept. 






.^— 


Wm.Jas. Jones 


18 Apr. 844 




' 




J. F. A. Plant 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


C. T. Harkness 


8June842 


80Jan.842 




^^ 


Chas. Holland 


sOct. 


11 June 




1843 


G. I. S. Tireraan 


1& June 843 


2 8 Dec. 




— 


R. C. Babington 


li June 844 


QDec.843 


On furlough 


!•• 


Faeiugs Orange, 


Adju 


itant •• .••• ...cJ* 


M<M. Johnston 16 July 841 


tnas. and intern. 


Surgeon 




Asti 


St. do. •••.....• J* 


Robson 


1 


6 Jan. 840 



57 



MADRAS. 



Fifth Regiment Native Infant)^. 

Rifle Company, 
Station'^ Bellary, Arrived 



184 . 







Rani in the 




Names, 


„ . . Remarkt. 


Co ^ 




Megtmen t • Army . 






COLONEL. 




[L.G. 




1790 


Sir Hugh Fraser, 

[K.C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


1 May 824 


23Nov.84l 


On furlough 


1819 


J. Kerr 

MAJOR. 


26 Aug. 841 


• 




1819 


Matthew PooIe 

CAPTAINS. 


29Sept 842 




Do 


1821 


Herbert Beaver 


2May^836 




• 


1826 


William Leader 


]2Mar.839 






1827 


Edward T. Cox 


3oAug. 




Fort adj. Cau- 


1831 


ArthurE. Brooke 


I gSept. 




nanore 


1834 


Alex. Doria 


29 do 842 








J. O. Burgnyne 




• 


On furlougb 




LIEUTENANTS. 








1837 


Rich. Shubrick 


15June838 








J. J. O. Stuart 


15 Feb., 839 






1838 


Henry Broderip 


l9Sept. 






1839 


A. M. Armstrong 


3Oct.840 






— 


Arth. Wyndham 


i3Nov. 






— 


Hon.P.O. Murray 


]6July843 




Do 


— 


J.Hy.A.Lilllcrap 


aoSept, 






1840 


Wni. Hen.Watts 


5Apr.84 3 






1841 


Thos. Gillilan 


9 June 








Chas. C. Smith 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


Geo. L. James 


280ct. 842 


2Aug.842 




— 


Cecil Nicholls 


do 


12 do 




1843 


J. F.H.Brown 


15Junc843 


28Dec. 






• • 









Facings Black Velvet. 

Adjutant J.J. O. Stuart 13 Dec. 839 

Qr.-mas. and interp.T. Gillilan 1 1 , Apr. 843 

Surgeon • J. Richmond 3 Aug. 842 

Assist, do ••••.... T. Ft Fernandez 26 Aug. 844 

* Paymastcfi Vizagapatam. 



MADRAS. 



57 



Sixth Reghnent Native Infantry. 

•• SBRINGAPATAM"— •'BODRBON**— « CHINA." 
'ion^^Al4ubras, Arrived December, 1843. 
Ordered to Trichinopoiy, 



^1. 



1789 



1816 



Name$n 



Rank in the 



Regiment, 



COLONEL. 

Thot. Marriott 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

James Bell 



MAJOR. 

1817 T.A. Howard 

CAPTAINS. 

1819 r.A. Rcid, C.B. 

1825 Thos. M*Goun 

— Jno. W. Coates 

1826 W.M.Gumhorpe 
1829 S. Gompertz 

Hen. F, Gustard 

LIEUTENANTS. 

1835 Arthur R. West 

1837 A.deNoiWalker 

— F. G. Kempstcr 

1838 Arthur L. Steele 

— Walter Swinton 
1840, Frederick Harris 

— H.Desborough 

1841 ' C. W. Moore 

— jR. O. T Nicolls 

1842 Geo. Atkinson 

ENSIGNS. 

Wm. N. Pace 

1843 W.M. Black 
H. W. Urquhart 



Armj, 



[L.G. 
OAog.820 loJan. 837 



15Feb.840 



10 Apr. 



1 7 Nov. 83 4 
I60ct..83g 
i0Apr.84o 
15 Jan.842 
7July843 



2Jan.838 
I60ct.8;j9 
16Apr.840 

30ct. 
ISJan. 842 

1 2 Apr. 
7July843 
Apr. 844 

13 Aug. 



950ct. 842 
10July843 
18Juiie844 



M23DeC42 



1 1 June842 
20Jan. 843 
9Dec. 



Pacings Buff,» 

Adjutont F. G. Kempster 

Qr.-mas.and interp. 

Surgeon G. Thomson 

Assist, do 



Remarks* 



On furlough 
Do 



[gen. 
Dep. judge adv. 



Civil emp. My- 
sore 



On furlough 



Do 



28 June 849 
3 Feb. 842 



58 



MADRAS. 



Seventh Regiment Native Infantry, 

•• AVA." 

Station — Kamptee. Arrived January, 1S4 4. 



^^ 




Rank in the 




Seat, 
App 


Namett 


Regiment, Army, 


Remarks. 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1800 


George Jackson 

LIEUT.-COLONEL, 


26NOT.834 


38June838 


On fuilough 


1817 


J. D. Scokes 

MAJOR. 


6 Apr. 841 




Do 


1819 


Chas.W. Nepean 

CAPTAINS. 


27Aug.841 






1820 


David Scotland 


Mar. 83 6 




* 


18*21 


Hen. C. Gosling 


2 5 Feb. 841 


27Apr.837 


t 


1825 j Pcicr Penny 


27Aug. 


8 Jan. 841 




— 1 James Stewart 


4 May 844 


do 




1820 


William Taylor 


1 5 July 


2 8 Feb. 842 




1827 


Alex. Richmond 

LIEUTENANTS. 




10May843 




1834 Robert Chester 


6Mar.830 






1835 Henry B. Herbert 


sOct. 830 






— Thos. G. Oakes 


3 do 840 






1837 C. C.McCallum 


2 5 Feb. 841 






1838 ' Benj. Hodson 


27 Aug. 






1839 Frederick Crewe 


ldJuly842 






1840 Dan. A. Rogers 


4 May 8 44 






1841 E. H. Blomfield 


liJuly 






— H.J. Beaumont 


17bept. 








K. A. Saunders 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


W. K. Homer 


50ct. 842 1 13June842 


* 


1843 


W. H.Crompton 


14May844 1 loAug.843 




— 


John T. Clarke 


10 July 


©Dec. 




1844 ] W.B.Nethciwood 

1 .« 


2 7 Sept. 


3o do 




1 • • 

F 


1 
\icimgt French Grey, 


Adjutant 




Qr.-mas.and interp.T. G. 


Oakes 23 Apr. 841 


Sargeon ...«;... 




Assist 


• do , •• 









* Paymaster Ceded districts. f Dep. assist, com. gen. 



MADRAS. 



59 



Eighth Regiment Native Infantiy. 

- 8ER1NGAPATAM »»— «« ASSAY E.»» 

Station— Bangalore, Arrived March 1843. 



'FTI 




Rankx 




Names, 


Regiment, 




COLONEL. 




1790 


Josiah Marshall 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


lMay824 


1811 


C. M. Bird 

MAJOR. 


16NOV.836 


1919 


Francis B. Lucas 

CAPTAINS. 


28DeC.843 


1825 ; Arthur C.Wight 


15Jan. 834 


— Henry Pritchard 


■J 5 July 83 S 




7 Sept. 


— John Grimes 


4Aug.841 


1826 Rob. Mackenzie 


28Dec.842 


— 


S.C.Macpherson 






LIEUTENANTS. 






John Seager 


13Apr.833 


— 


H. G. Naplcton 


i2Jan. 834 


1827 


G. H. S. Yates 


25 July 838 


1932 


William J.Cooke 


7 Sept. 


1837 


Thos.Carpendale 


3Oct.840 


1839 


John Curtis 


18 Feb. 842 


1840 


W.R.Aikman 


11 May 


— 


Albert Clerk 


leJuly 


1841 


Henry Pickard 
W.A.O.Strahan 

ENSIGNS. 


28Dec. 




J.N.P.D.MackeUar 


24 May 842 




Walter Roberts 


do 


1842 i John J. Bristow 


140ct. 




Thos. M. Smith 


3Jan. 843 



Army. 



[M.G. 

10 Jan. 837 



Remarks, 



23N0V.S41 



8jan.84l 
14Feb.842 
98 do 



C. 12 Sept. 

Cl9Feb.43 

CisAug. 



loDec.841 
11 do 

liJune842 
2 9 Aug. 



On furlough 



Do 



[galore .- 
Brig.maj. Ban- A*ff-'^ 



[agt. Ganjam 
Prin. assist, to 



On furlough 
Do. 
Do 



^-^ /Ar 



1 



Facings Bright YeUow, 



Adjutant. 

Qr.-mas. and interp. 

Surgeon G. A, C, Bright 

Assist, do . • 



20 Dec. 837 
* Asst. ad. gen. Nagpore sub, force (with regiment). 



60 



MADRAS. 






1798 



1805 



1818 



1820 
1831 

1833 
1830 



1837 
1836 

1831 
1833 

1836 
1837 
183Q 



Ninth Regiment Native Infantry. 

«• AVA," 

Station-^Secunderabad, Arrived December, 1843. 



Namis, 



1840 
1841 

1843 



COLONEL. 

John Woulfe 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

H. Mobcrly 

MAJOR. ' 

Thos.M .Cameron 

CAPTAINS. 

Jas. p. Woodward 
Howland Roberts 
Jas.H.Macbraire 
Jas. Robertson 
John Jos. Losh 
Wm. Garrow 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. Borthwick 
Henry Pix. Hill 
Richard S.Dobbs 
Claude F. Irby 
Matthew Wood 
Thomas Haines 
T. Maling Warrc 
T. H. Thomson 
C. M.Shakespear 
Thos. C. Ansley 

ENSIGNS. 

Francis Lawford 
Alex. Grant 
A. H. Jourdan 
Jas. M. Taylor 



Rank in the 



Regiment, 



Armyi 



[M,G. 
3June831 38JuneS38 



18 Apr. 843 
4Aug.840 



July 831 
8Dec.833 
31 Oct.835 
3Aug.837 27Apr.837 
4Aug.840 14Sept.8S9 
loMar.84-2 



Remarki, 



13 Mar. 833 
ssOct. 

8Dec. 
]5May836 
3 5 Aug. 

3 do 837 

4Aug.840 

3 Oct. 
16 July843 



38DeC. 840 
l8May841 

do 
50ct. 843 



CigFeb.43 
C 5Jan.44 
Ci8Dec.43 



l5June840 
33Dec. 
18Mar.841 
llJune84fi 



Com. Ceded dls. 



.Mem.mil.board 



On fui lough 
Assist.com gen. 



Civil cmp. My- 
so:c 



On furlough 



Facing9 Dark Green. 



Adjutant Thomas Haines 

Qr.-mas. and interp.. • T. H.Thomson 

Surgeon .••.. •• A*E. Blest, m.d« 

Assist, do* ••• ..•••• <•• 

* First assist. mU. and. fOB. 



1 May 840 
38 Aug. 
13 Oct 841 



MADRAS. 



61 



Tenth Regiment Native Infantry. 

« AM BOOR'*— " ASSAYE"— " AVA.»» 
Sluiion'^jramftee, Arrived February ^ 1844* 



?3" 


Namts, 


Rank 
lUgiment, 


in the 
Army. 


Remarki* 




LT.-COLONEL COM. 








1800 


John Wilson 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


llNov.843 






1817 


W.J.Butterwoith 


i7June84i 




• 


% 


[C.B. 

MAJOR. 








1818 


William Cotton 

CAPTAINS. 


7Jan. 843 


2dN0V»841 


[gen. N. dir. 


1819 


George Wright 


iAug.831 




Dep.a8sc.qr.inr 


— 


William Reece 


6 July 833 




On furlough 


1825 


Fran. Henderson 


24 Apr. 842 


8Jan,841 


*# 


1827 


Fred.C. Hawkins 


29N0V. 




On ftirlough 


1831 


W. G. P. Jenkins 


7Jan. 843 




Dep. sup. govt. 


1832 


W.H.Whapshare 

LIEUTENANTS. 






On furl, [roads 


1830 


Robert L. Reilly 


I40ct. 837 






1837 


E. P. St. Aub>Ti 


5Jan. 839 






1888 


Thos. Kieman 


3Oct.840 






1840 


Edm.Tho. Fielde 


21 Dec. 842 






1838 


Alexander Ross 




24Apr. 842 




1841 


G. J. Stapleton 


7Jan. 843 






— 


J. C. P. Prescott 


7 Feb. 






1843 


Wm.H.Jowett 


2 5 Apr. 844 






— 


John A. Booth 


11 June 








D.V.A.Henefan 

ENSIGNS. 








1843 


£. S. Begbie 


l5June843 


28Dec,842 




— 


F. D. Gordon 


3May844 


loAug.843 




— 


H. L. Christie 


28 do 


9Dec. 




^HMB 


Thos. Martin 

• • 


isJunc 


do 





Facings R0J, 

Adjutant 

Qr.-mas. and interp. . . 

Surgeon H.G.Graham 

Atiitt. do 



4 Dec. 84 1 



• Governor of Prince Wales* Island, Singapore, and Malacca. 

F f 



62 



MADRAS. 



Eleventh Regiment Native Jyifantiy. 

*• SBR1N6APATAM.*» 
Station — f^xianagrum. Arrived May, 1844. 



^.«* 




Rank in the 




i & 


Names, 


v> . P -• 


Remarks, 


1^ 




Regiment, 


Avmy* 






COLONEL. 




[837 




1702 


Thos. Stewart 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


17Apr.626 


MGloJan. 


On furlough 


1804 


C. D. Dun 

MAJOR. 


4May 830 






1821 


Michael Davies 

CAPTAINS. 


8Apr.844 






1823 


Henry Griffith 


7June830 


• 




1825 


George Jackson 


28June838 








Jas. O.C. Farran 


SoApr. 842 


8 Jan.841 


Nizam's service 


1827 


W.Anth.Hal8ted 


20ct. 


22June843 


Civ. emp. My- 


-^ 


Chas. Ireland 


ioApr.844 




sore 


1833 


George Sturrock 

LIEUTENANTS. 






■ 


1835 


Wm. Geo. Owen 


i7Sept,837 








James May 


.28June838 






1837 


C. J. FuUarton 


30ct. 840 






— 


C. F. F. Halstcd 


10July84l 




Sub.assist. com. 


1640 Robson Benson 


3oApr. 842 




gCB. 


ChrUtian O. Grant 


10 July 




v^ 


— R. Drapes Ardagh 


20ct. 






1841 G. Girdlescone 


SApr. 844 






— 


Walter Lloyd 


10 do 








Mont. Meyer 

ENSIGNS. 








1 842 !Thos. W.Dent 


50ct.842 


llJune849 


• 


— j Jerray C. West 


2oDec. 


20 Aug. 




1843 B.Wilson 


19Apr.844 


1 Mar. 84 3 






Wm. Syme 

• • 


do 


lOJune 





Facings (Gosling Green, 

Adjutant •••. 

Qr.-mas. and interp. . . W. G. Owen 

Surgeon ••., 

Assist, do T. G* Johnston, m.d. 3 1 Oct. 849 



17 Jan. 943 



MADRAS. 



68 



Twelfth Regiment Native Infantry * 

** AVA." 

StoHoti'-'QuiloH. Arrived February, 1844. 



>*: 




Hani in the 




It 


Names, 




Remarks, 




Regiment, ' Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1789 


J. Welsh 

LIKUT.-COLONEL. 


lMa78S4 


lOJan. 837 




1807 


W. Strahan 

MAIOR. 


24Dec.835 


, 


Qu.-masugen. 


1817 


Isaac C. Ck>ffiii 

CAPTAINS. 


24July 840 






1819 


Phil. D. Glover 


25Dec.838 






^. 


Oswald Bell 


27 do 830 


6Apr. 83 ft 




1825 


DanH.Stevenson 


dJune840 






_ 


George Pinnock 


24JuIy 






... 


W. G. Johnstone 


llSep.842 


8Jan.84i 


Lgen. 


1827 


C. J . Elphinston 

LIEUTENANTS. 




22June843 


Sub.assist.com. 


1829 


£dw. D. Roper 


24Feb.830 






.— . 


Mark B. Cooper 


27 Dec. 






1832 


D. R. H. Beadle 


80ct. 839 






1896 


JohnG.HaUiday 


27June840 




Or furlough 


1839 


James C. Giffiird 


24Jaly 






— 


Linnaus Tripe 


sOct. 






1840 


F.H.Thompson 


2Feb.841 




• 


— 


John Temple 


I64uly842 






.1. 


Bamett Ford 


ilSept. 




- 




W. A. Riach 

BNSIONS. 








1841 


P. M.CarpendaUe 


l8May84i 


27 Feb. 841 




1842 


R. S. Couchman 


50ct. 842 


ilJune842 




_ 


Theop. Paske 


do 


do 




1843 


A. B. Read 


5Dec.843 


iMar.843 


• 


1 •• 

Fat 


« I 
if«t Brighl Yellmo, 


Adjuant....* J. 


C. Gifiard 20 Sept 842 


Qr.-mB8. mud interp. • . J« 


Temple 2 May 843 


Surgeon «••..& 


, V. Gumming 8 July 840 


Asais 


t.do 









F f 2 



64 



MADRAS 



Thirteenth Regiment Native Infantry. 

•• SERINGAPATAM.»» 
&ation'^Chicacole, Arrived November , 1843, 






1797 



1610 



1618 



1819 

1822 
1823 
1825 



Names, 



1620 
1832 
1833 
1839 



1840 



1841 



COLONEL. 

Wm. C. Fraser 

LIEUT..GOLONEL. 

George Dods 

MAJOR. 

Chas. Fladgate 

CAPTAINS. 

John C. Glover 
John Shell 
Hor. C. Benror 
Geo. C. Hughes 
Chas, Gordon 
J. W. G. Kenny 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Josiah Smith 
W. F. Gqodwyn 
ArthurRobinson 
S. G.Prendergast 
Edw.B.Marsack 
Edm.F. Burton 
M. Riddell (2d) 
F. A. Brooking 
Chas. W. Taylor 
H.T. Campbell 



Rank in Mr 

Regiment. I ^rmf. 



8 Sep. 826 
23DeC. 84 S 
24Dec. 843 



18Nov.830 
25May833 

31 do 842 



[M.G. 
loJan. 837' 



Remarks* 



2May838 
23Dee.849| 14 do 8S9 



ENSIGNS. 

1842 H.R. Morgan 

— B. W.F.Marriott 

— ' Rf bt O. Gary 

1843 J.A. W.F.Wilson 



24 do 



3Aug.838 
80ct.8d9 

21 Sept 840 
SOctu 

26Mar.842 

31 May 

lOJuly 

23Dcc. 

24 do 



6Aug.842 

60ct. 
28Dcc. 
15June843 



8Jan. 841 
do 



C39May4{r 



On* furlough. 



[4iv. 
PaEyih. Centre ' 

On furldugh 



l5Feb.843 
1 1 June 
20Attg. 
28Dec. 



Facings White* 

Adjutant A. Robinson 

Qr.-mas.& intMsrp. W. F. Goodwyn 

Surgeon ••..••*, 

Assist, do « J. Dorward 28 Ian.. 64a 

♦ Assist, qua, mas. gen., Hydrabad sub. force. 



24 Dec. 839 
14 Ian. 84a 



MADRAS. 



es 



Fourteenth Bef^imeiit Native Infantry, 

w MAHIDPOOR"— " CHINA.'* 
" WOW OR NEVER.« 

&<tfioA— fVeiicA iZtfcAf. Arrived October, I84a. 



\*i 




Ramk in the 




1* 


Names* 


«* • p ' 


Remarks, 




Regtmemt, 


jimtf* 






COLONBL. 




[G. 




i;:'^ 


AlexXuppage 


g July 805 


33NOV.841 


On furlough 




LIXUT.- COLONEL. 








1818 


C. W. Young, C.B. 

MAJOR. 


3oMar.843 


3Sl>ec.843 




1819 


GeofgeBurn 

CAPTAINS. 


do 






—. 


C.Mac E. Palmer 


35May833 






1830 


C. F. Lc Hardy 


l3Apr.837 


laFeb. 836 


Chr. emp. I^fy- 


.^ 


Fred. Wm.Todd 


3iSept.838 


do 


soie 


1831 


Chas. F. Liardet 


18Juiie839 


37Apr.8S7 


• 


.— . 


Hugh Walker 


30Mar.843 


do 




1833 


Wm.Edw.Gibb 

LIEUTENANTS. 




3May8S8 




1830 


H. T. HtUyard 


34May833 


Cl3Sep.49 




1839 


Chas. F. Kirbj 


35 do 


( 


On furlough 


1837 


James Jackson 


i3Apr.837 


C33June43 




1835 


Wm. A. Lukin 


30ct. 






1830 


Wm. Youngson 


3iSept.ed8 




Do 


1837 


C. Kensington 


SOct. 839 






1838 


Jas. Cadenhead 


SOct.840 






1839 


Th0s. Peyton 


10July843 






—. 


W.T.K.Rolston 


30Mar«843 






1840 


Edward Tomes 

ENSIGNS. 








1841 


T. A. Stannus 


l8May841 


13DeC.840 




-» 


H.T.Tapp 


do 


30 Jan. 841 




1843 


W.H.F. Partridge 


50ct. 843 


liJune843 


• 


1843 


DeSymoiui Barrow 


l5June84d 36Dec. 






• • 




1 





Feuirngs Buff^ 

Adjutant • W. A. Lukin 

ar.-mas.andinterp, H. T. Hillyatd 
Surgeon ••«••••• 

Assist, do. •••••• . C. Ferrier 

* Dep. assist, adi. gen. North div* 
F f 3 



35 Aug. 843 
5 Feb. 841 

31 May 844 



m 



MADRAl 



Fifteenth Regiment Native Infantry, 

r 

Slatum'-^Palamcotttfh, Arrived January f \64i. 
Ordered to Cammtorf, 



S^T 




Rank in ihe 


• 


M 


Names, 




Rtmarkt, ' 




Reginuni* 


jimtym 






COLONEt. 




[M.G. 


[of Mysore 


1800 


MoikCUbbod 

• 


8 Oct.8^9 


38NOV.841 


Comufo^thftgDv. 




LIEUT.- COLONEL. 






'• 


1818 


W. Justice 

MAJOR. 


29S(Spt»84ll 




* 
p 


1820 


Chas. A.Browne 

CAPTAINS. 


23Jan. 840 




De|Mii^«gea; 

•• 


1831 


Ham. L. Harris 


igFeb.sdtf 




• 


1833 


John H. Bean 


1 1 July t3d 




* 

r 


1825 


Will. Cantis 


22Apr.889 




- 


1827 


Jas. Ross Arow 


10NO¥.«40 






.i— . 


Wm, Bissct 


23June84d 






1828 


James Eyk^n 

LIEUTENANTS. 




1SJuBe844 




1833 


John Robertson 


4Apr.838 




• 


1830 


W. R. S&ddy 


22Apr.839 






1838 


G. C.Mcwbtay 


IONOY.840 






1839 


Martin Hickley 


30Apr.84I 






r— 


Ezekiel Gage 


lMar.643 






1840 


T. H. Atkinson 


lOJoly 






— 


H. H. O'Conncll 


l5Aug. 






1841 


H. P. Thompson 


23Jan.643 






— 


W. S. Davis 


2 3 June 




On furlough 




E T.Boddam 

ENSIGNS. 






, 


1842 


John G. Palmer 


50ct. 842 


llJune842 




— 


Aug. B. Marsack 


S2Dec. 


aoAug. 




1843 


W.A Fuller 


15June843 


38Dec. 




"•"' 


D. A. McNeill 


30 do 


do 


-.* 



Faeingt Orange. 

Adjutant • • M* Hickley 4 Aug. 841 

€tr..mas. & interp. 

Surgeon 

Assist, do. J. W. Maillardet id Feb. 843 

* Dep. assist, qr. mast* gen. Ceded Districts. 



MADRAS. 



67 



Sixteenth Regmient Native Infantry. 

Rifle Company, 
** SBRINO APATAM «— " AVA.»» 
Station — Belgaum. Arrived February , 1843. 



V^ 




Rankin the 




1^^ 


Names* 


v\ * ^ 


Rgmatrks, 




Hegtment* 


Army* 




COLONEL. 








1803 


C. Herbert, C.B. 


3gJune843 


igDec 843 


On furlough 


1 


LIEUT.-COLONEL. 








1812 

i 


F. Haleman 


19Feb.83d 


, 




1 

j 


MAJOR. 




• 




1819 


Charles Wahab 

CAPTAINS. 


2 3 June 841 


38June.838 




1810 


Fred. B. White 


23Apr.836 


M.33 Nov. 




1830 


R.S.Gledstanes 


30Aug.831 


[841 


— 


Sam. A. Grant 


30July836 


l3Feb.836 * 


— 


Richd. Lambert 


SOct. 839 


do j Dep. judge adv. 


1823 


Benj. Heyne 


23June84i 


2May838 


gen. 


1833 


Chas.A. Moore 

LIEUTENANTS. 




14Sept.839 


^ 


1834 


Chas. W. Hodson 


3lMay833 


C6 Mays 40 




1835 


George Carr 


30July 836 


Cs Jan. 841 




1837 


Chas. R. Hobart 


3lNov.837 


C33Jun.43 




1833 


Geo. S, Mardall 


OOct.838 






1836 


Samuel Shaw 


8 do 839 






1837 


H. E. Walpole 


3oDec. 






1838 


A. M. Campbell 


3 Oct. 840 




On furlough 


— 


John Daniel 


33June84i 


. 


Nizam's service 


i83g 


T. C. Longcroft 


16 July 842 






1840 


Francis Mardall 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


Francis Man 


38DeC.840 


7 Aug. 840 


* 


1841 


A, J. P. Ewart 


33Nov.841 


14Aug.841 




1843 i Richard Hughes 


ftOct. 843 


i3June843 


On furlough 


1843 


R. H. BoUon 


isDec. 843 

1 


3Ma!.843 




w m 


Facings Biack, 


Adjutant. . .' C. W. 


Hodson 8 May 833 


Qr.-mast. &. interp.G. Car 


r 19 Oct. 841 


Surgeon D. Ricl 


lardson 39 Sep. 842 


Assist 


.do D.Ma 


cfarlane, m.i 


D. 30 Aug 


.845J 



* As8is.adjt. gen. Hydrabad sub. force. 



68 



MADRAS. 



Seventeenth Regiment Native Infantry. 

•* MAQPOOR.** 
Station — Moulmeim. Arrived Octolur 184a« 






1800 



1805 



1818 



1820 
1833 
1835 

183d 
1837 



1831 
1863 

1837 
1838 
1830 
1840 



1841 



Nmmti* 



1842 
1843 

1644 



COLONXL. 

John Briggs 

LIXUT^COtOMKL. 

H. SSargent 

MAJOR. 

John Gunning 

CAFTAIKS. 

Dav. Babington 
Walter Wm. Ross 
W. K. Babington 
JohnMacdougall 
H. A. Tremlctt 
Wm.Jas. Church 

LIEUTSNAKTS. 

Wm. Middleton 
Charles Gill 
Thos. P. Sparks 
J. Louis St. Clair 
Lascelles Lane 
John Curry Day 
Edward Cannon 
C. Evans Bartley 
J. F. Cannan 
Sylvester L'Amy 

XNSIGKS. 

Thos. J. H. Keyes 
John Michael 
H. A. Hare 
Wm.Down 



Rank in tie 



Regiment. 



OMar.830 



3Sept.839 



35Sepr.844 



17NOY.835 
80ct. 839 
OOct. 840 

15Aug.844 

35Sept« 



lAOct.837 

35May83g 

80ct. 

3 Oct.840 

4June841 

16 July 843 

l8Feb.843 

15Aug.844 

35Sept. 



dOct. 842 

15June843 
17 Aug. 844 
lOct. 



Army. 



[M.G. 
38June838 



Remarks, 



3aNov.84i 



2May838 

8Jan. 841 

QJaly 843 

l9May 843 



On furlough 



Com. Nair brig. 
Tranuicorc 



;.ooia. 
On furl. [gen. 

Sub.a8sist.c6m. 
[gen. 



iiJune843 
38Dec. 
9Dec.843 
l6Jan.844 



On fiirloagh 



Facings H^itt^ 

Adjutant C. Gill 

Qr.-mas. and interp. • • 1'. P. Sparks 

Surgeon •• 

Assist, do cR* Hicks 



l9Sept. 843 
1 Oct. 844 

7 Mar. 842 



MADRAS. 



69 



Eighteejith Regiment Native Infantry. 

•• AVA." 

Stationr^Kamptee. Arrived Aprils 1%AA, 



^< 


Rank in the 




1? 


Names, 




Rgmarke* 




lUgimeHt, 


Army* 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1799 


J. T. Trewman 

LIEUT.-COLOLEL. 


19NOV.839 


33NOV.841 


On furlough 


* 1806 


C. St.|J. Qrant 

MAJOR. 


31 July 843 






isao 


Peter Steinson 

CAPTAINS. 

R. W. Sparrow 


15 Oct. 841 
34 Apr. 834 




Do 


i8sa 


Edward Cowie 


31 May 836 


- 


' 


— . 


William Russell 


9Dec. 




• 


1634 


Metiiy Green 


15 Oct. 841 


6May846 




— 


Henry Gordon 


3 Mar. 843 


do 


' 


1836 


Gregory Haines 

LIEUTENANTS. 




38Fcb. 842 


Civ. crap« My- 
sore 


1830 


Geo. A. Marshall 


l3Apr. 835 






1833 


Jos. F.Stevens 


llMay836 






1834 


W. M. Johnston 


31 do 






1835 


Chas.H.Winfield 


9Dec. 


• 




1836 


S.J. Batten 


14 Apr. 839 






1838 


Henry Hughes 


J5 0ct.84i 






1839 


Geo.Ed W.Taylor 


3Mar.843 


• 


• 


1840 


C. B. D. WiUan 


16 July 




• ♦ 


.^-. 


Arthur Stevens 


3 0ct.844 




• 


1841 


G. Nightingale 

ENSIGNS. 






• 

n 




John Jacob 


34 May 843 


11 Dec. 841 


V 


— 


Charles Hight 


do 


8 Jan.843 , On furlough 


1843 


R. R. Ricketts (3d) 


5 Oct. 


3 July , 


1844 


F, Tyrrell 

• • 


150ct.4 4 


37 Jan. 844 


. 



FoMttgi B/6d, 

Adjutant J. F. Stevens 

Qr.-mas. & interp G. A. Marshall 

Surgeon E. W. Eyre 

Assist, do • J. Peterkin 



1 June 841 

30 June 843 
13 Mar. 844 

31 May 



70 



MADRAS. 



JMnttemth Re^iwent Native Infantry, 

««SEH1N6APATAM.»* 
Stalvm-^Vavlf^hautcherfy. Arrived March 1843. 



*&>." 




Rani in tht 1 




8 t; 


Namet* 


Regiment, 


Army, 


Kematkt. 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1708 


Wm. Woodhouse 

LIEUT. -COLONEL. 


18June831 


38june838 


On furlough 


1618 


J.Yaldwyn 

MAJOR. 


15Mar.843 






1819 


Geo. W. Osborne 

CAPTAINS. 


i4Mar.843 






1830 


Aiidr. Coventry 


16Feb. 833 




bo 


— . 


George Nott 


15 May 83 4 




Dep. asst. quar. 


1833 


£. H. Atkinson 


38Aug.835 




mast.gen. My- 


1835 


H. D. Sheppard 


3 9 Feb. 840 




sore div. 


— 


Henry Nott 


14Mar.843 


eJan. 841 




1836 


R. Younghusband 

LIEUTENANTS. 




18Aug.843 


. \ 


— 


Peter B. Young 


l6Feb.833 


C.irOct. 




1837 


Rob. B. Mylne 


15 May 8 34 


C39Mar.44 




1833 


R.W.H.Leycester 


35Sept.838 




• 


1835 


Rich. Moorcroft 


5 Oct. 83y 






1837 


H. M. Clogstoun 


30 Feb. 840 






1839 


Alfred T. Wilde 


oJuly 843 






1840 


G. H. G.Watson 


16 do 






— 


A. N. H. Lynch 


l3Mar.843 






1841 


J as. Hoskins 


14 do 








C. J. Birch 

ENSIGNS. 








1843 


W, R Newlyn 


l6July843 


sFeb. 843 




.— 


Hen. H. Firth 


15June843 


lODec. 




1843 


W. G. Cooper 


do 


38 do 




— 


T. M. McHutchin 


lOApr.844 


ioJune848 





Facings FrkneA Grey, 



Adjutant P. B. Young 

Qr. -mast, and interp. A. T. Wilde 

Surgeon 

Assist, do H. Goodall 



35 Not. 830 
30 Mar. 843 



38 Jan, 843 
• Dep. paymr. Tenasserim provinces. 



MADRAS. 



71 



Twentieth Regiment Native Infantry. 

" SHOLLINGURH"— •* SERINGA PATAM.*' 
Station^-'Madrat, Arrived 184 . 



>1 




Rank in ikt 




^1^ 


Names, 


Regiment, 


Army, 


Remarkt. 




COI ONEL. 








1804 


A. Cooke 


13May843 


19Dec.843 


Com. MasulU 




LIEUT.-COLONEL. 






patam 


1810 


John Wallace 

MAJOR. 


33N0V.839 






1819 


Clement demons 

CAPTAINS. 


3lC)ct. 843 






— 


Geo. M. Arthur 


15MayS33 






— 


Jas. W. Baylcy 


l5Aug.834 






1830 


David Archer 


6 Sept. 83 8 


13 Feb. 830 




1833 


Dashwoorl Strettell 


30Sept.843 


3 May 838 




1835 


J. Alex. Church 


30Sept.844 


8Jan. 841 




1837 


H. J. Brockman 

LIEUTENANTS. 




32Jun.843 




1831 


W. Steph. Snow 


13July838 






1833 


John White 


6 Sept. 






1837 


George Aitkeii 


8 Oct. 839 


*■ 




1838 


George Hare 


3Oct.840 




Nizam's service 


— 


Vyvyan Scobell 


3oMar.843 




On furlouffh 


1839 


Walter Coleridge 


16 July 




^7 


1840 


John Loudon 


30Sept. 






1841 


J. Elphinstone 


31 Oct. 






— 


F. P. Drury 


39Sept.844 






1843 


F.W.A. Robson 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


L.R.DeM. Hutchison 


50ct. 843 ' 1 1 June843 




— 


Geo. Berwick 


34 do 


do 




— 


John Cornwall 


38 do 


SOAug. 




1844 


J. D. C. Wallace 

• • 


80ct.844 


16Jan. 844 





Facings Deep Grsen. 



Adjutant • J. White 

Qr.-mast. and interp. 

Surgeon 

Assist, do M. Rogers 



6 Feb. 844 



f I May 844 



n 



MADRAS.. 



Twenty- First Begimtnt Native Infantry, 

** 8ERIN6APATAM**— " NAGPOOR.» 

Staiion-^JTulladghee. Arrived November, 1841. 
Ordered to Beigatem, 



FT 

11= 

Co ^ 



1797 



1805 



1830 



1831 
1823 
18-23 
1825 



1832 
1836 
1837 

1838 
1839 
1840 



1841 



1842 



1843 



Names, 



COLONEL. 

H. Bowdler 

LIEUT. COLONEL. 

G. Hutchinson 

MAJOR. 

Morden Carthew 

CAPTAINS. 

W. H. Macauley 
Alex. Shirrefs 
D. H. Considine 
JohnW.Rickards 
John Campbell 
Chas. Aug. Butler 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Edward Kevin 
G. de Sausmarez 
Duug. Hamilton 
W. C. Law 
Ramsay F.J.Impcy 
John F. Douglas 
Caesar G. Bolton 
Hugh Rigg 
Arth. W.Watson 
Herbert Lloyd 

ENSIGNS, 

Henry Allen 
W. S. Horrocks 
JohnH.G.Trist 
Geo. Smart 



Rank in the 



Regiments 



34Dec^8a5 



lS^t.841 



14Juue842 



39N0T.637 

3iDec. 
3lJan. 838 
13Mar.842 
14 June 



loApr. 837 
29N0V. 
31 Jan. 838 

s Oct. 840 

8Dec. 

1 Feb. 841 
l5Mar.842 
lOJuly 

lsAug.843 



Army, 



[M.G. 
98June838 



Remarki, 



Qn furldugh 



ldFeb*8dO 
do 

37 Apr.837 
2 May 638 

14May8d9 
8 Jan. 841 



A8sist.com.gen. 



Dep Assist, 
com.gea. 

On furlough 



24 May 8 42 
16 June 
280ct. 
33Aug.843 



30Jan.842 

do 
loAug. 
30 Jan. 843 



Do 



Facings Pale Buff". 

A4]Utant. . • G. de Sausmarez 1 3 Aug. 830 « 

€Lr.-mas. & tntecp D. Hamilton 3 Jan. 843 

Surgeon 

Assist, do A. C. B. Neill, m d. 36 Dec.84d 

•Deputy qu. mast. gen. of the army, wiih official rank of Major. 



MADRAS. 



7S 



Twenty Second Regiment Native hifantiy. 

" 8BRINGAPATAM •»— •• AVA.»* 
Station^^Rerhampoor and Russell Kondah, Arrived January, 1 8 44. 



'^l 




Rank in tie 




S :& 


Names, 




Remarks* 






Reipmemt. 


Armj, 


^^ ^^^^ w^^^^^ w m^W^r^ 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1798 


Rich. H.Yates 

LIEUT. COLONEL. 


7 July 837 


38Jiine836 


On furlough 


1806 


J. P. James 

MAJOR. 


lOOct. 833 




Do 


1811 


George Hutcon 


11 Oct. 839 








CAPTAINS. 


• 


[841 




1814 


John F. Bird 


3lJunc837 


M. 33N0V. 


06p<as8.ad.gen. 


1819 


John R. Sandfbrd 


g May 833 




South div. 


1830 


Wm.DeM. Lys 


30Nov.838 


13Feb.8S0 




1834 


Wm. S. Mitchell 


OAug.841 


6May840 


Dep. paym.Ma- 


18-25 


Francis Russell 


9May843 


8 Jan. 841 


[sulipatam. 


1836 


John B. Layard 

LIEUTENANTS. 




13Sept.843 




1833 


Thos. P. Moore 


1 Aug. 837 






1833 


Fred. W. fiaynes 


90Nov.e38 




On ftirlough 


1835 


Chas. H. Case 


80ct. 839 






1837 


W. G. Robertson 


do 






1838 


William Dent 


11 do 






— 


Samuel P. Scott 


3 do. 840 




Nizam's service 


1830 


John P. Frye 


6Aug.841 




Ciyil emp. Gan- 


— 


Fred. Grierson 


lOJuly843 




[jam 


1840 


Geo. C. Pybus 


gMay843 








George Simpson 

ENSIGNS. 








1841 


Alex. Cannan 


18May841 


37 Feb. 841 




— 


John Dinsdale 


r24May843 


ssDec. 




184'2 


Henry Dixon 


50ct. 843 


ilJane849 




1843 


Walter CtK>k 


INOT.843 


33Feb.843 





Facings Pale Bmff. 

Adjuunt T. P. Moore 

Qr.-roas. & interp 

Surgeon A. Goodall 

Assist, do J. B. Stevens 



14 Apr. 840 

31 June 844 
18 Jan« 844 



74 



MADRAS. 



Twenty-thirdj or Wallajahbad Light Infantry. 

** SERINGAPATAM »*«•• NAGFOOB.** 
" NOW OR NEVER. »• 

StaHon^-^Dharvoar^ Arrived December 1843. 



v>~- 




Rank in tht 




to -C^ 


Names, 




Remark*, 






Regiment, 


Army* 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 


1 


1798 


H.G.A.Taylor,C.B. 

LIEUT.-CpLONEL. 


18June828 


28June838 


On furlough 


1810 


E. Armstrong 

MAJOR 


1 gJan. 843 




Town maj. Fort 
[St. George. 


'1821 


Henry Prior 

CAPTAINS. 


12Sept.640 






— 


James Allardyce 


16Sept.830 






18Q3 


Wm. Beaumont 


6Dec.834 


. 




18-24 


John T. Philpot 


29 do 835 




Sub, asst. com. 


1 825 E. W. Kcnworthy 


10 Jan. 841 


sJan. 841 


gen. 


1827 


Thos. J. Newbold 


l2Apr.842 




Assist, to Com. 


/ 


Jas. H.Tapp 

LIEUTENANTS. 




22July 843 


Kornool 


1835 


S. G. G. Orr 


SOct. 830 




Nizam'ssenrice. 


1836 


G. C. Dickson 


19N0V. 




. 




H. R. Nuthall 


]2Sept.840 




On furlough 


1838 


F. Cunningham 


3 Oct. 




Civil emp. My- 


1839 


A. H. M. Chesney 


19Jan.84l 




[sorc 


1838 


Chas.B. Stevens 


9May 






1840 


Rich. J. Morphy 


i2Apr.842 






1841 


K. Macaulay 
J. F. Sioddaid 


16 July 
i5June843 






" 


A. V, Layard 

ENSIGNS. 








1842 


John Hayter 


50ct. 842 


llJune842 




— E.H. Nightingale 


29N0V. 


20 Aug. 




— Rich. G. Hart 


3Dec. 


20 do 




1843 


G. W. Whitehead 


1 Nov. 843 


22l'eb.843 





Facings Dark Green, 

Adjutant J. F.Sioddard 9lJuly84«l 

Qr.-ma8t. & interp 

Surgeon .«.. 

Assist, do « . . S. K. Parson 34 Apr. 844 



MADRAS. 



75 



Twcnty^Fourth Reginitnt Native Infantry . 

(Rifle Company.) 
« SERINOAPATA M ••— " A8SAYE »•— ** BOURBON.*' 
Station^ Fellore, Arrived August 1843. 





Nmmts* 


Rami in the 
Regiment. Army. 


Remarku 




COLONEL. 




P-G. 
loJan. 637 




1782 


Nath. Forbes 


lSept.818 


On furlough 




LIEUT.-COLONEL. 








1805 


S. W. Steel, C.B. 

MAJOR. 


9Apr.838 




Sec. mil. dep. 


1808 


Charles Sinclair 

CAPTAINS. 


lSept.841 


28June8a8 




1817 


Francis C. Scott 


24Dec.83l 






— 


John Lewis 


1 Jan. 833 




On furlough 


1820 


Peter Pope 


SOct. 839 


13Feb.836 


• 




John Hill 


25Aug.840 


do 


Asst.com. gen. 


1822 


Edw. W. Snow 


iSept.841 


a May838 


t 


1825 


Alex. Boyd Kerr 

LIEUTENANTS. 




8 Jan. 841 


• 


1828 


Raym. T. Snow 


lOOct. 836 


Cl5Jun.44 




1829 


S.S. Coffin 


26Mar.837 






1832 


Wm.T.NIcolIs 


sOct. 839 






1833 


\f.C S|iottiswoode 


do 






1837 


Francis Young 


a5Aug.s4o 






1838 


Henry Hoseason 


8 Oct. 






1839 


Chas.J. Bradley 


lSept.841 






— 


Chas. Maid man 


I0july843 






1840 


Wm. Homidge 


dOApr.844 






~~~ 


£. B. P. Longdill 










ENSIGNS. 








1641 


F. J. Mackie 


lsMay841 


25Dec.840 




— 


Fred. Keighly 


22N0V. 


lSept.841 




1822 


V. .1, Shortland 


5 Oct. 842 


l9June842 




1843 


G. F. S, Browne 

• • 


3 May844 


3iJune843 





Famngt fTtilow Greem* 

Adjutant F.Young 

Qt, mas.& interp 

Surgeon R. Scott 

Assist, do 

• Dep.judge advocate gen. 
t Asst. sec. mil. board. 
G s 2 



4 Aug. 843 
9 Feb. 839 



76 



MADRAS. 



Twcnty'Fifth Regiment Native Infantty, 

Station —Btllary, Arrived April, 1 844. 






-*^ 



1790 



1807 



1819 



1820 
18?3 
1825 



1820 



1827 
1828 
1832 
18)3 
1836 
1837 
1838 

1840 




1841 
1842 



COLONEL. 

Thomas King 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 

John Wilson 

MAJOR. 

Nich. Geoghegan 

CAPTAINS. 

John Mann 
William Biddle 
C. Hob. Warren 
Wm« B. Jackson 
George Halpin 
Hen. Jas. NichoUs 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Jos. Wm. Farran 
Henry R. Phillott 
Frank Vardon 
W. W. Anderson 
Geo. W. Peyton 
George Harkness 
Chas. P. Molony 
J. G. B. Griffin 
Wm. Jos. Geils 
Rich. John Blunt 

ENSIGNS. 

Hen. C. Bristow 
E. F. Waterman 
Henry Daly 
Wm, Graves 



Rank in the 
Rigiment, Armj, 



10 Oct. 839 



31 Oct. 843 



30DcC.849 



7 July 834 
24May837 

7Sept.838 
30 do 
30Dec.842 



7 July 834 
11 Sept. 

24May837 

sJune 

7Sept.838 
30 do 

3 Oct. 840 
10 July 842 
3oDec 



28Dec.840 

lNov.841 
5 Oct. 842 
Ojan. 843 



• • 



[M.G. 
23Nov.841 



JtMiarfo. 



sJan. 841 
lOJan. 842 



C32Jun.48 

CllAug44 



21 Aug. 840 
l2June84l 
1 lJune842 
29 Aug. 



On furlough 



Dep. asst. com. 
gcu. 



Nizam's service 



Do 



FaMtgs^ettilemort YtHovt. 

Adjutant J. W. Farran 

Qr.-mas. & interp G. Harkness 

Surgeon • S. A. G. Young 

Assist, do .T.T.Smith 



32 Mar. 833 

30 June 848 

1 Dec. 843 

%% Jan. &4a 



MADRAS. 



77 



Twenty- Sixth Regiment Native Infantry. 

(Rifle Company,} 

•• NAOPOOR"-." KEM MEN OINE •'->•' AV A.'* 

Station — Secunderabad. Arrived February 1843. 



>-• 




Rami i» ike 




to ^ 


Names* 


Regiment. 


Army* 


Remarks* 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1800 


John Ogilvie 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


13JQne840 


33NOV.841 


On furlough 


1804 


P. Whannrll 

MAJOR. 


5Mar.838 




Dep. mil. aud, 
gen. 


1819 


Nich. Johnson 

CAPTAINS. 


190ct. 840 






— 


Harry H. Watts 


1 Jan. 836 


OApr.835 


On furlough 


1830 


Wm. Halpin 


igAug.837 


13 Feb.836 




— 


Thomas Maynor 


14 Nov. 


do 




1831 


Owen Reynolds 


1 Jan.840 


37Apr.837 




1833 


Stuart Bayly 


1 Feb. 841 


14 May839 




1835 


Wm. H. Welch 

LIEUTENANTS. 




8 Jan. 841 




1838 


Edw. Pereira 


1 Jan. 836 


Cl5Jun.44 




1833 


John VVilson 


l9Aug.837 






1836 


John J. Gibson iJan. 840 






1837 


M. Bradby Ward 3Apr. 






— 


Laurence Johnston 


3 Oct. 






1838 


G.V.Shakespear 


19 do 






1840 


John J as. Jenkins 


1 Feb. 841 






— 


Henry Phillips 


lOJuly 843 






-— 


J. F. J.Stevenson 


30Mar.844 








Henry T. Knox 

ENSIGNS. 








1841 


Geo. S.Meyers l]8M;«y84l 


13DeC.840 




— 


A. J. Shuldham 


do 


18Mar.841 




1843 


John G. Touch 


sOcr 843 


l3Junert43 




1843 


J. H. L. Kerr 


4Apr.844 


l0June843 




1 •• 1 1 

Facingi Feuilemori Yellow, 


Adjutant J.J. Gibson g Nov. 841 


Qr.-mas. & tnterp.. • •• J. F. J* Stevenson ai Oct. 843 


Surgeon • • . • • G. W. Scheniman 9 Mar. 843 


Assis 


t.do 









G g 3 



78 



MADRAS. 



Twenty. Seventh Rtgivient Nathe Infantry. 

** MAHIDPOOR." 
StatUm^Singapwre. Arrived 184 



v.. 


^ameg. 


Rank in the 




1^ 


Regiment, 


Army, 


Remarks, 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 
lOJan. 837 




1702 


Alex. Fair, C.B. 


28July 826 


On furlough 




LIEUT..COLONEL. 




, 




1804 


M Tweedie 

MAJOR. 


0Sept.838 




Com. Penang & 
[Singapore. 


1817 


Robert Thorpe 

CAPAINS. 


23Nov.841 




• 


1810 


CowperRochfort 


60ct.832 






1890 


Henry Morland 


SOApr. 837 


l3Feb.836 


Survey dep. 


1823 


Adam Cuppage 


350ct. . 




^ 1 


1835 


G. G. MacDoncll 


6Apr.841 


8 Jan. 841 




— • 


HillyarY. Pope 


:9July842 


do 




1833 


Wm. H. Boswell 

LIEUTENANTS. 








1835 


Edwd. Dumergue 


260ct. 837 






1837 


Montagu Cholmtrlfj 


19Oct.930 






— 


H.C. R.W.Smith 


13Sept.840 




On furlough 


1838 


A. Howlett 


dOct. 




•3" 


1839 


H.H. McLeod 


2lMar.84i 




Do 


1840 


Geo. JohnCondy 


3June 






1841 


F. T. Garrard 


33Nov.841 






— 


Chas. H.Drury 


lOJuly 842 






— 


Chas. A. Pierce 


19 do 








John P. Watts 

ENSIGNS. 






- 




James Orr 10July84l 


2May84l 




1842 


M.Wright a4Mav842 


sJan. 843 






W. S. Kenncy 3oJu)y 


3 Feb. 






Wm. P. S. Smyth 6 Oct. 


1 1 June 




1 1 
Facingt Black, 




Adjutj 
Qr.-ixi 


mt 






as. & interp 




Surgeon ." 




Assist 


.do J.l 


■lichens 


lO 


Ct. 842. 



• Super, of family payments and pensions. 



MADRAS. 



79 



Twentiy^ Eighth Regiment Native Infantry, 

•* MARIDPOOR*'— ** NAGPOOR »•— <* ATA." 

Station ^Mangalore. Arrived January \84i. 
Ordtred lo Hurryghur, 



>x 




Rank in the 1 




1^ 


Namti, 


Regiment. 


Army, 


Remarks. 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1796 


C.T.G. Biskop 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


lMay834 


loJan.837 




1804 


T. G. Newell 

MAJOR. 


aApr. 837 




On furlough 


1817 


Thos. Stockwell 

CAPTAINS. 


15Feb.840 






182ii 


Hen. T. Yarde 


11 Ian. 830 






1835 


John Bower 


sJuly838 




Assis. com. gen. 


— 


A. M. M*Cally 


15 Feb 840 




On furlough 


1827 


Robert Farquhar 


23 July 






— 


Wm. C. BcU 


3 Jan. 843 






1838 


Matt. Beachcroft 

LIEUTENANTS. 




7Aug.844 


Brig.maj.AIala- 
[bar Si Canara. 


— 


Wm. Scafe 


25May835 


Cl5Sep.44 




1835 


Richd. A. Doria 


30Apr.837 




Nizam's service 


— 


Robert Woolley 


3 July838 






1837 


Robert Balfour 


15Feb.840 






1838 


Herbert O. Fleminff 


33July 






1839 


Edwin Yates 


aOct. 






1840 


George Baldock 


3 Jan. 843 






— 


Aug.Ritherdoa 


3 6 Jan. 843 






1841 


Aus:. Prichard 


3 Feb. 








W/R. Campbell 

ENSIGNS. 








1843 


Edw. H.M.Owen 


50ct. 843 


1 lJune843 




— 


Arthur Broome 


33Dec. 


SoAug. 






James Lawder 


3 Feb.843 


10 do 




1843 


W.G.F.A.P.Hatclli«» 


15 June 


2oDec. 




1 - - 


1 1 

Facings Black. 


A'liutant ^ 


Vm. Scafe ia s*n» o^fA 


Sorrc 


aat* & interp.. «• I 
son 


» AAA* •*%^W»»^# 

I. Balfour 


18 J 


Ian. 842 



Assist, do J. T. Blenkin i Dec. 843 



80 



MADRAS. 



Twenty-'Ninth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station ^Kumool, Arrined May 1843. 



•*■- 




Rank in tht 1 




1* 


Namt»» 


Regiment, 


ATusy* 


Remark*. 




COLONEL. 




ro. 




1775 


Sir H. M*Uan^ 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


2lSept.804 


38June838 


On furlough 


1806 


W. Taylor 

MAJOR. 


] 3June840 






1818 


W. E.A.Elliott 


19 Apr. 841 




Do 




CAPTAINS. 






1819 


Edward Servant^ 


3oJune829 




1«20 


Richard Hurlock 


15 Feb.836 


13Feb.8d6 


1821 


Claude A. Roberts 


lApr. 


[gen. 


— 


Fred.L.Nicolay 


isJuly 


Sub.a8sist.com. 


1805 


C.Thorold Hill 


10Apr*84i 


8 Jan. 841 




1836 


Edw.H. Short 




19Feb.843 






LIEUTENANTS. 




J 


1827 


Alcx.Wood 


16Apr.884 


C 5 Jan. 44 




1838 


W. L. Boulderson 


3 do 835 






1839 


Peter G. Cazalet 


15 Feb. 836 




. 


1835 


Annesley K. Gore 


ISJuly 






1837 


Chas.H. Cazalet 


130CL 840 


! 
1 
1 


_ 


Fred. Chas. Barber 


9Apr. 841 


1 

i 


1838 


John G. Russell 


10July843 




1839 


F.J. M.Mason 


30 Feb. 843 


i 


1840 


Geo. Lackington 


38Sept.844 




1841 


W. D. Stanley 

ENSIGNS. 




1 

t 
1 


.— 


A. G .Davidson 


33NOV.841 


14 Aug. 841 




1843 


R, M. Macdoiiald 


50ct. 844 


]3June842 




1843 


J as. M. Foote 


I5.lune843 


38 Dec. i 


1844 


H S Rammell 

• • 


37Sepc.844 


30 do 848 1 

1 


Facings fThite. 


Adiutant •..•• W. L. Boulderaon 14 Ausr sao 


Qr.-inas. ti interp P. G. Cazalet do. 


Surecnn .. J. Willcinsnn 1:1 TTaK a^i 


Assist 


.do* 




«« 


hJ A waiT^ WA 



• K.C.B. 



MADRAS. 



81 



Thirtieth Reghnent Native Infantry. 

Siaiitm-^Sanuacottak. Arrhtd October 1843. 



^< 


Names. 


Rank 


imtke 




4^ 


Regiment, 


Army. 


Remark9. 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1796 


M. L. Pereira 

LIEUJ*. -COLONEL. 


1 May 824 


lOJan. 837 


On furlough 


182d 


G. Grantham 

MAJOR. 


17Aug.843 


» 




1819 


Edward Home 

CAPTAINS. 


230ct.841 






1821 


Wm. C. Macleod 

mm V V 4 • 


3 Jane 841 


37Apr.837 


» [Ganjam 


18-2) 
1835 


John Halpin 
H. M. Dobbie 


lAug. 
ilMay84a 


8 Jan. 841 


Survey, dep. 


1836 


Geo. F Salmon 


20ct.843 




On furlough 


■ '■' 


W. T. Money 


9Jan. 844 




o 


1839 


Alex. S. Findlay 

LIEUTENANTS. 










C. E. M. Walker 


24Nov.840 




, 


— 


R. W. D. Nicklc 


20 do 








Chas. R. Fraser 


3Jane84i 




Do 


1840 


Fred. N. Smith 


lAut;. 






^— 


W.CBrackciibury 


220ct. 






— 


Hen. W . Rawlins 


11 May 843 




Do 


1841 


Johu H. Dighton 


lOJuly 






— 


R.D.Dansey 


20ct. 843 






— 


G.Gladstone 


9Jan. 844 








F.£dwardes(i8t} 

ENSIGNS. 








184a 


W. E. White 


24May842 


8Jan. 842 




— 


Alex. Hunter 


iOct. 


eJuly 




1843 


Horace Murray 


loOct.843 


1 Feb.S43 






C. P. Keyea 

• • 


l2Jan. 844 


4 Apr. 





Facings H^itt^ 

Adjutant F.N.Smith 18 June 844 

Qr.-mas. & interp. . . 

Surgeon 

Assist, do J. C, Fuller 4 Mar. 844 

• Astt. to Commissioner Tenassetim provinces. 



82 



MADRAS. 



Thirty-First (or Trichinopoly) Light Infantry. 

••MAHIDPOOR.** 

" NOW OB NEVER." 

Station— Trichin&poly, Arrived July 1843« 

Ordered to Palamcottah, 



%^ . 


Ramk i» ikt 


t 


iti 


Names, 


« . ' 


Riimarks, 


03 ^ 




Regtment, 


jtms^t 






COLONEL. 








1805 


James Perry 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


2 Oct. 842 


9Aug.843 


Com. Nagpoor 
[sub force. 


1819 


T. L. Green 

MAJOR. 


31 Oct. 841 






1819 


James Davidson 

CAPTAINS. 


lOSep. 841 




nopoly 




G.J.Richardson 


18July8S3 




Portad.Trichi- 


1890 


John Gordon 


i9Dec.830 


13Feb.836 


[gen. 


1821 


Wm. Hen. Budd 


26Sept.837 


27Apr.837 


Depasst. corn.- 


1824 DeRenzie J.Brett 


10 do 841 


6May840 


On furlough 


— 


Stephen C. Briggs iNov.843 


do. 


Nizam*s service 


18!25 


Fred. Knyvctt 

LIEUTENANTS. 




8 Jan. 841 


On furlough 


1828 


J.H.A.Vosper 


lONov.836 


Cl6May44 




1831 


Roger Jacson 


23 do 






1832 


£dw. H. Impey 


29 do 




Adj. Talain 


1833 


Wm. B. Jackson 


l9Dec. 




Corps 


18)6 


Blackett Revell 


30Sep. 837 






— 


Henry D.Abbott 


30ct. 840 




Nizam's service 


1837 


Colin Gib 


lOScp. 841 






1839 


H. LeFlem. Hughes 


J6July842 




On furlough 


1837 


C. Binny Gib 


lN0¥.843 






1840 


John W.Stokes 

ENSIGNS. 






Do 


1841 


Rich. J. Clack 


18 May 841 


95Dec.840 




— 


A. R. Stuart 


3Dcc. 


iSept.841 




1843 


Rum.C Godf.'cy 


bOct, 842 


20June842 




1843 


J. B. Bamford 


7NOV.848 


33Feb.843 




1 • • 1 1 

Facings Dark Green, 


Adjutant 


Qr-tnas. & inierp W. B. Jackson 13 July 842 


Sureeon 


Assu 


t.do A 


J. Will 


21 


Feb. 844 



MADRAS. 



83 



Thirty-Second Regiment Native Infantry b 

"AVA." 
Nation — Jaulnah. Arrived November 16A^, 



•^^ 




Rank in the 




2 iS' 


Namts. 




Remarki, 


^^ 


Regiment, 


Army, 




i 


COLONEL. 




[M.G. 


, 


1707 


Gilbert Waugh 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


15Jutie83d 


28June838 


Mil. aud.-gen. 


1813 


H, Dowker 

MAJOR. 


2 8 Aug 839 






1817 


Jas. Woodward 

CAPTAINS, 


llNoV.843 




[mas*s Mount 


1818 


Henry Power 


22Mar.834 




StaffoffStTho- 


1820 


M. J. Rowlandson 


80ct. 830 


l3Feb.830 


• [Jaulnah 


1834 


Edward Baker 


SONov. 




Staff officer, 


1825 


Chas. H. Wilson 


4June841 


8Jan. 841 


On furlough 


1827 


Robt. Gordon 


IINOV.843 


22June843 




1831 


Wm. C. Western 

LIEUTENANTS. 






Do 


1832 


David Blair 


l7Aug.838 






1837 


Wm. T. Williams 


80ct. 839 






1838 


Hen. Jno. Manley 


30Nov. 






1839 


Willoughby Crewe 


dOct.840 




Nair brigade 


— 


J. N. H. Maclean 


4June84l 






... 


W. A. Greenlaw 


7 May 842 






1840 


Lewis Grant 


lOJuly 






1841 


Alex. H. Pcill 


11 Nov. 843 






_ 


J. S. Brock 


25Dec. 




On furlough 




J. J. Knowles 

ENSIGNS. 








1843 


Edw. Floud 


23June842 


2 Feb. 842 


Do 


-— 


John Fulton 


50ct. 


11 June 




1843 


Alfred Bucknill 


23Jan. 844 


4.\pr.843 




— 


A. C Gordon 


28 Feb. 


9 June 




■ * * * ■ 1 

Facings Pale Yellow, 


Adjutant D. Blair 24 May 842 


Qr.-mas. & interp. ... H. J. Manley lo Feb. 841 


Surgeon • • • G. Beetson 23 May 842 


Assis 


t. do 




■ 





* Govt, agent Chepauk and paymaster Carnatic stipends, &c. 



84 



MADRAS. 



Thirti^'Third Regiment Native Infantry. 

"COCHIN.»» 
Statioiu^Cudifapah. Arrived March, 1844. 



vT" 




Rank in the 




J^^ 


Names* 




Remarks, 




Regiment, 


Army* 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1799 


G. L. Wahab 

LIEUT^COLONEL. 


2 1 Feb. 834 


28June8d8 




1818 


T. B. Forster 

MAJOR. 


28Dec.842 




• 


1819 


Arch. S. Logan 

CAPTAINS. 


31 Oct. 840 






— 


Thos. B. Chalon 


SoMay 833 




t 


1820 


John Hutchings 


21 Jan. 835 






__ 


Thos.M'Clellan 


22 do 




Coin.Talain corps. 


1833 


Hubert Marshall 


14 Feb. 886 




[Moulmem 


1825 


Geo. A.TuUoch 


31 Oct. 840 




On furlough 


1836 


Thos. A. Jenkins 

LIEUTENANTS. 




27 Feb. 842 




1827 


Henry Howard 


21 Jan. 835 


C22Jun.43 




1832 


Rob.L.J.Ogilvie 


7June . 




On furloi'gh 


1833 


R. A. Bruere 


12 July 






1836 


Charles Mockler 


80June838 






1837 


G.WilIrs Ommaney 


80ct. 800 






1838 


Hen. R. G. Dallas 


2 do 840 






1839 


Arthur N. Rich 


31 do 






1840 


W.J, Bannister 


5Mar.841 






-» 


S. S. H. Freesc 


l6July842 






1841 


L.M.Mackenzie 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


Henry Foley 


l8May84] 


22DeC.840 




._ 


Robert Nicol 


22N0V. 


nAug.841 




.— . 


Oswald Smith 


3Jan. 842 


5 Sept. 




1842 


F. Applegath 

• • 


60ct. 


i2June842 





Facings Deep YeUow* 

Adjutant W. J. Bannister 

dr.-mas.& interp I). Howard 

Sur^on 

Assist, do G.D. Gordon, m. d. 



19 Dec 843 
31 May 844 

8 July 84 1 



• Paymaster, Fort St. George. 

f Judge adv. gen. with official rank of major. 

X Asst. quar. mr. gen. of the army. 



MADRAS. 



85 



Thirty-Fourth (or Chicacole) Light Infantry. 

** AVA,»» 
•• NOW OR NEVER." 

Slatton^'^Mercara in Coorg. Arrived January f 1843. 
Ordered to Mangalore, 




1794 



1819 



1833 



1835 

1837 
1834 
1835 



1836 



1837 



1838 
1839 

1840 



1841 
1843 
1843 



COLONEL. 

C. M«Leod, C.B.. 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 

J. E. Williams 

MAJOR. 

William White 

CAPTAINS. 

Hec. Mackenzie 
G. Broadfoot, C.B. 
Ponsonby Shaw 
Geo. Singleton 
R. W. O'Grady 
Robt. Wallace 

LIEUTENANTS. 

W. Forbes Hulton 
Thos. Thompson 
lliomas Clerk 
Matthew Price 
Montague T.FFrench 
Alfred Fox Place 
John B. Mortimer 
H. I. Anderson 
F. W. Pinkney 
John B. Speid 

ENSIGNS. 

Henry Hickman 
J. P. Cosserat 
JamesDaTidson (ad) 
J. A. Grant 



Rani in the 
Regiment, Army, 



Remarkt, 



31 May 83/ 



34Sept.840 



igJan. 843 



3(5Nov.837 
l4Mar.838 
iApr.830 
igJan. 843 
llDec. 



30Nov.837 
14Mar.838 
OJune 

1 Apr. 839 
isOct. 

30ct.840 
iOJuly843 
igJan. 843 
11 Dec. 



i8May84l 
50ct. 843 
1 5June843 
33Dec. 



[M.G. 
38June838 



M.40ct.43 



On furlcugh 



Do 



Civil emp. My- 
sore. 



35Jan. 841 
1 1 June843 
38Dec. 
3iMar.843 



Facings Dark Green* 

Adjutant Thos. Thompson 1 1 June 830 

Qr.-mas. & interp W . F. Hutton 30 Jan. 844 

Surgeon J. Lawrance doJuly 840 

Assist do. 

• Agent to Gov. gen, N.W. frontier. 
Hh 



86 



MADRAS. 



Thirty^Fifth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Statitm'^ . Arrived 184 . 

Ordered to Mercara in Caorg, 



*^5e 




Rank in the 




5 S; 


Names, 


9% * r ~ 


Remarki, 


1^ 




iUgtment, 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 


•■ 


1798 


B. B. Parlby,C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


ldNov.820 


38June8S8 


On furlough 


1800 


J. Laurie 

MAJOR. 


4 Aug. 840 




Do. 


1813 


Wm. Geo. White 

CAPTAINS. 


20June842 




rgen.Mysorcdiv. 


1818 


Samuel R.Hicks 


340ct. 837 


13June834 


Dep. assist, adj. 


1820 


Arthur Trotter 


l2June838 


13Feb.836 


Assist.com.gen. 


1821 


Patrick Oliphant 


29June843 


3 7 Apr. 837 




1822 


J. C. Bouldersoa 


1 May 844 


8 May 838 


Dep. judge adv. 


1825 


Rich. H.James 


lOJuly 


8 Jan. 841 


gen. 




Fred. Gray 

LIEUTENANTS. 




do 




1828 


Philip Lane Spry 


11 Apr. 83 7 


C]5Jun.44 




1830 


Samuel Hay 


340ct. 






1836 


Peter Ogilvy 


12June838 




' 


1837 


Alex. A. Lighton 


30ct.840 






1830 


John P. Coode 


39June843 




■ 


— 


Wm. J. Twecdic 


lOJuly 






1841 


John Mortlock 


13 Aug. 






— 


Robert Ranken 


1 May 844 






1842 


C. E. Taylor 


loJuly 








G. Pringle 

ENSIGNS. 






• 


— . 


P. E. Barber 


35Aug.842 


5Apr. 843 




— 


John E. Leslie 


I40ct. 


11 June 




1S4S 


G. A. Sandys 


3 May 844 


loAug.843 




""~ 


F. N. Minchin 

• • 


16 July 


9Dec. 





Facinge Pale Buff, 



Adjutant P. L. Spiy 

Clr.-mas. & interp. ...S. Hay 

Surgeon • 

Assist, do. •••• .•••••C« Ktrin 



Sept. 842 
do 

38 Feb. 838 



MADRAS. 



87 



Thirty-Sixth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Rifle Company. 
"AVA."— "CHINA.»» 
Stathn^-^ecttnderabad, Arrived February y 1844. 



'fe.^'" 




Rank in the 


w% • 


•* ^ 


Name Mm 




Remarks, 


1^ 


a 


Regiment. 


jtrmy* 






COLONEL. 


- 


[M.G. 




1799 


J. S. FrascT 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


30Sept.835 


38June838 


ResiHydrabad 


1804 


John Low, C.B. 


3lFeb.834 




On fuilough 


MAJOR. 








1818 


Geo. C. Whillock 

CAPTAINS. 


31 July 840 






1819 


J.F. MusgTOVC 


33May832 




Do 


1831 


W.H.Simp8on,C.B. 


1 Apr. 833 


M33DeC43 


Do 


— . 


John Hayne 


3lAug.834 






18S3 


Thos. D. Roberts 1 3 Apr. 841 


14May839 




1835 


John Wilton 33Sept.844 


8Jan. 841 




1830 


Fredk.C. Bishop 

LIEUTENANTS. 




• 




1833 


Hen.W. Blake 


80ct. 839 






1836 


W. F. Blake 


30N0T. 




Do 


1837 T. D. T. Dyer 


6July840 






1838 


Alex.L.Tweedie 31 do 






1839 


W, J. Doveton 


SOct. 






1840 


T. R. Fisher 


13 Apr. 841 






1841 


J.C.L.Crowdy 


5Sep. 843 






_ 


A. C. Mc Master 


4Feb.844 






1843 


Alfred Joyce 


33Sept. 






1843 


Geo. Ross 

ENSIGNS. 








mm^ 


A. C. PhiUips 


6Feb.844 


34 Apr. 843 




^_ 


Fran. Butler 


13 do 


33May 


Do 


_ 


J. S. Ross 


33 May 


21 Aug. 




1844 


T. H. V. Shortland;34Sept. 


30Dec. 




I" '1 ^ 

Facings Paie Buf. 


Adiutant* ••••••••••• 


Qr^mas. & interp. . . . W. J. Doveton 30 Sept. 842 


fiurflrfkn ...... 


Assis 


t« do. A 


. H. Howe, 


M.D. a 


11 May 844 



Hh3 



88 



MADRAS. 



Thirty'Seventh Regiment Native Infantry. 

GRENADIERS. 

"CHINA." 
Staiion^yixagapatam* Arrived May, 1842. 



V-- 




Rank in the 




4"^ 


Names^ 




Remark*, 




Regiment, Armj^, 


■ 




COLONSL. 




1 
[M.G. 




18O0 


R.L. Evans, C.B. 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


20Dec.839 


33Nov.841 


On furlough 


1819 


A. Derville 

MAJOR. 


loSept.841 






1824 


Edw. Wardropcr 

CAPTAINS. 


18 Apr. 843 


• 




1825 


Robert Gordoa 


34Sept«840 




Asst. ad), gen. 


1826 


Alex.J.Hadfield . 


7 July 841 


M.8July4i 


On furlough* . 


1837 


Wm. H. Marcer 


6Jan. 843 




Do . 


1828 


Robert Cotton 


4Apr. 






1837 


Weniworth Bayly 


18 do 






1838 


Wm. Hen. Freese 

LIEUTENANTS. 








1839 


Fred. J. Goldsmid 


94Sept840 






1840 


W. M. Berkeley 


sOct. 




Nizam's serrice 


1841 


Rube. Mayne 


13 July 841 






1839 


Geo. F. Luard 


8 May 843 


) 




1840 


Jas. Alex. Day 


10 July 




, 


— 


G. O'Brien Crisp 


6Jan. 843 




» 


1841 


L. H. H. Holland 


4Apr. 






— 


Ferd. Goldsmith 


18 do 






1842 


R. J. Wigston 
Spen. Cameron 

ENSIGNS. 


28N0¥. 




On furlough 


— 


Alex. Mc Neile 


31 Apr. 843 


ioAag.849 




— 


James Brace 


ijJune 


lODec. 




1843 


R. W. Harpur 


do 


28 do 






D. O. Wedderburn 

• • 


3oNov. 


2 5 Feb. 843 





Facings Buf, 

Adjutant. • F. J. Goldsmid 

Qr.-m!i8* & interp 

Surgeon W. Poole 

Assbt.do 



31 May 843 
] 6 Not, 843 



* Hon. aide-deK:amp to Gov. Gen. 



MADRilS. 



89 



Thirty-Eighth Regiment Native Infantry. 

(Rifle Company.) 

•• AVA." 

SUtiion0m^eeuMderahad, Arrived December, 1843. 




1708 



1815 



1830 



1833 
1833 
1836 



1835 
1833 
1834 
1836 
1838 
1830 

1840 

1841 



1843 



COLONEL. 

D. C. Kenny 

LIZUT.oCOLONEL. 

W. Prescott 

MAJOR. 

Charlton HoU 

CAPTAINS. 

Charles Pooley 
Anth. Harrison 
R.G. Carmichael 

E. Clutterbuck 
William Cross 
Henry Gordon 

LIEUTENANTS. 

John Campbell 
E. A. H. Webb 
Charles Carter 
J. P. M. Biggs 
Geo. H. Saxton 
C. W, Huet 
W. H. Crichton 
John H.Wahab 
Mostyn Owen 
J. W. Maingay 

ENSIGNS. 

F.Edwardes(3d) 
C. Ratliff 
James Flint 
LewisW. Buck 



Rank im the 
Regimemt, I Army, 



• • 



1 May834 



38Aug.843 



8Feb. 849 



l5June834 
loApr.830 
17June841 

1 Feb. 843 

8 do 



15Jane834 
llJune838 

SOct. 830 
do 

3 do 840 
laJan. 843 

iFcb. 

8 do 
IflJuly 



34Feb. 843 
34 May 
31 Sept. 
dDec. 



[M.G. 
ioJan.88; 



Remarket 



13 Feb. 830 
do 

3May8S8 
14May88g 

7Jan. 843 



C8Jan.84i 



On furlough 



18Sept.84l 
8Jan. 843 
3 Mar. 

30Aug. 



Do [gen. 
Dep. judge adv. 



On furlough 

[gen. 
Sub.assist.com. 
Do 



Facingi Buff, 

Adjutant ..•».• G. H. Saxton 

GLr.-mas. & interp C. Carter 

Surgeon •••...G.Harding 

Assist. do*. •• • •• ..•• A. Sheinan 

HhS 



30 Feb. 844 

do 
16 Nov. 843 
16 do 



90 



Madras. 



MlMi 



Thirty^Ninih Regiment Native Infantry. 

•« SEETABCJLDEB**— '* NA6P00R.** 

Statum^ Triehmo]^, Arrived Mar^h, 1 643. 




1794 



1807 



1819 



1820 

1828 
1830 



1835 
1838 

1839 
1840 



1841 
1842 



1843 



COLONEL. 
SirJ.Prrnderga&tKnt . 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 

Eyre, E. Bruce 

MAJOR. 

Edward Messiter 

CAPTAINS. 

James V. Hughes 
Francis Eader 
G. S. Wilkinson 
CoghillG.Ottley 
Edward Norman 
S. J. Corfield • 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Gam. Fitzmaurioe 
Robt. S. Dobbie 
Henry B. Sweet 
Edw. B. Garrard 
H. Douglas Hart 
Arch,W.M, Kerr 
Henry Fryc 
Henry Bruce 
JobnS. Barclay 
John Sinclair 

ENSIGNS. 

Chas. L. Sugden 
J. M.D.Hacketc 
Alex. C. Cook 
Aug. Channcy 



Rank in the 
Rtglment, | Army* 



ReTMorkt. 



3Jan. 825 



29Juiie843 



8Dec.840 



7Dec.83l 
36Sept.835 

80ct. 889 
l3June840 
15Dec.842 



80ct. 880 

5 May 840 
13 June 

3 Oct. 
16 July 843 
I80ct. 
i5Dec. 
39Jan. 843 

9May 



93Dec.843 
l9Jan. 843 
15June 
do 



[M.G. 
lOJan. 837 



6Apr.835 
l3Feb.836 
do 



90Aug.842 

3 Sept. 

9Dcc. 
38 do 



On furlough 



Facings Dark Green. 



Fort adj. Vellore 
Oil furlough 



Do 



Adjutant B. B. Garrard 

Qr«-mas. &interp. .. . 

Surgeon J. Ladd 

Assist, do.... t 



30 July 844 
1 7 Mar. 843 



MADRAS. 



91 



Forheth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station — Masidipaiam, Arrived April, 1 843, 



>i 




Rank in ike 




1^ 


Namet, 


Regiment, 


Army, 


Remarks, 




COLONEL. 


. 


[M.G. 




1703 


T* Pollok, C.B. 

LIEUT. COLONEL. 


1 May 8 24 


loJan.837 


On furlough 


1818 


R. Alexander 

MAJOR. 


23 Jan. 841 

• 




Adj. gen. of army 


1810 


Charles Wilford 

CAPTAINS. 


i5Jan.84i 




[Palaveram 


1820 


Horatio N. Noble 


20May 830 




Cantonment adj. 


— 


Geo. H.Harper 


11 Feb. 835 




• 


1821 


Geo. P. CamercHif 


sOct. 839 


27Apr.837 


rpatam 
Fort adj. Masuli- 


1823 


John Bates 


aoDec. 


l4May 839 


1826 


Robert Cannan^ 


i& Jan. 841 




On furlough 


1838 


Patrick Ogilvie 

LIEUTENANTS. 




27Aug.844 




— i 


Thos. Osborne 


12 Feb, 83 5 


C30Mar.44 




1832 


A. H. A. Hervcy 


25 do 837 




Do 


1833 


C. A. Blagrave 


24Mar.838 






1837 


T. L. Jackson 


20Dec.830 






1838 


James D. Dale 


5May840 






1830 ,Rob. C. Oakes 


15 Jan. 841 






1840 


Chas. P. Taylor 


lOJuly842 




Do 


— 


Freri. H. Chitty 


11 Aug. 




Do 


1841 


H. R. Smith 


11 Oct. 844 






1842 


W. K.Hawkins 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


J. B. Knocker 


22Aug.842 


5Apr.843 




— 


W. C.John F. Bird 


50ct. 


12 June 




1843 


A. P. Woodbridge 


15June843 


28Dec. 




1844 


T. G. M. Lane 

• • 


150ct.844 


]6Jan.844 





Faeings,Dark Green, 

Adjutant J. D. Dale 

Qr.-mas. & ioterp 

Surgeon 

Assist, do R. H. Renwick 



19Mtr.844 



8Dec*84l 



• Paym. Hydrabad subsidiary force. 

t C.B., local rank of lieutenant colonel in Persia* 

X K.S.F. 1st and 2nd class. 



9i 



MADRAS. 



Forty-First Regiment Native Infantry, 

"CHINA.»» • 
Station — Palaveram, jirrived September, 1844. 













ATanrri, 


Rank in the 


Remarks, 




Regiment, 


jitmy* 






COLONEL. 


■ 


• 




1803 


H.Walpole 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


]8Apr.843 


7July 843 


Com. Palaveram 


1819 


Jno.Campbell^C.B. 

MAJOR. 


19Sept.84d 


23Dec.843 




— 


George Logan 

CAPTAINS. 


do 






__ 


W. p. Macdonald 


9Nov.831 




• 


1820 


Henry Hall 


34 do 833 






__ 


Gust. C. Rochfort 


190ct.838 


13Feb.830 




1835 


SirC.W.Burdctt,Bt. 


1 5Mar.840 






— 


W. B. M'Cally 
Francis Grant 

LIEUTENANTS. 


19Sept.843 


8Jan.84l 
do 


Nizam's service 


1826 


Geo. Thos. Haly 


9Noy.831 


Ci6Jan.43 




1831 


W. E. P. Cotton 


38Nov.836 






1834 


R.W. T. Money 


]90ct. 838 






1836 


Joseph McViccar 


2Sept.839 






__ 


W.J. Hare 


80ct. 




Do. 


1838 


Geo. Emmerson 


15Mar.840 








Chas. O. Lukin 


aOct. 






1839 


John F. Trist 


lOJuly 843 






1840 


Richard Tom6s 


19Sept.843 








C. £dw. Holmes 

ENSIGNS. 






% 


1841 


A. S. Surtees 


18May841 


l7Feb.84i 




— 


A rth. B.Smith 


iNov. 


SlJune 




1843 


Isaac L. Reid 


50ct. 843 


11 do 843 




1843 


H.E.M. Palmer 


7NOV.843 


25Fcb. 843 




Facings BrigktYeUvWm 




Adjutt 


mt J 


. McViccar 


10. 


Apr. 840 



Qr.»mas &interp. 

Surgeon •.. W. Buriell 3 Feb. 843 

, Assist, do. .. • J. A. Horak, M.D. lo do 



• Paymaster Trichinopoly. 



MADRAS. 



98 



FoTty^Seconi Regiment Native Infantry. 

StatioH'-'Madras. Arrived Mayy 1844. 



>i 


* 


Ramk m tke 




1* 


Names, 


Regiment, 


Army. 


Remarkt, 




COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1799 


Richard West 

LtEUT.-COLONEL. 


23Aug.834 


28June838 




1816 


F. H. Ely 

MAJOR. 


5N0V.841 






1830 


Jas. Fitzgerald 

CAPTAINS. 


30Aug.842 




Commis. with 
[theBaezieBaie 


1821 


J. C. 0. Stuart 


ioJan.837 






— 


Coll. Macleod 


loFeb. 




[classSatigordiT 


1823 


Henry Wakeman 


1 1 Apr. 839 




Dep. com. 3rd 


— 


E. V. P. Holloway 


6NOV.841 


14May839 


On furlough 


1825 


Hen. O. Marshall 


30Aug.842 


8 J an. 841 




1827 


C. Burton 

LIEUTENANTS. 




27 May 843 


Dept.pub.roads 


1833 


Alexander Tod 


ioJan.83; 






1826 


Frs.H. Sanson] 


lOFeb. 


C.5Mar.42 




1835 


Charles Roper 


13 Jan. 839 






1838 


Geo. M. Martin 


20Aug. 






— 


Thomas Jenkins 


30ct. 840 






1839 


Septimus Gibbon 


6NOV.841 






- — 


Cha8.I.A.Deane 


30Aug.842 






1841 


G. H. Atkinson 


11 Apr. 844 






1842 


A.T.Alexander 


17 May' 




" 




H. D. Faulkner 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


Thos. McMunn 


2 8 Oct 842 


lOAug.842 




1843 


W.J. Shell 


19 Apr. 844 


ioJune843 




— 


Hen. Thurburft 


do 


do 




*~~ 


E. W. Dun 

• • 


28May 


8Dec. 


- 



Facings Bright Yellow. 

Adjutant A. Tod. 

GU-.-mas. 6l inter. •• . • F. H. Sansom 

Surgeon • . • . . 

Assist. do. •• J. Grant, m.d. 



31 May 842 
10 Jan. 840 

96 Apr. 838 



94 



MADRAS. 



Forty^Third Regiment Native Infantry. 

•* AVA.»» 
Station — Bangalore, Arrived 1844* 



V^- 




Rank 


in the 




s ^ 


Names » 






Remarks, 


1^ 




Regiment, 


Army. 






COLONEL. 








1804 


J. Anderson 

LIEUT.. COLONEL. 


7 Jan. 843 


9Aug.843 


Com. Hydrabad 
sub. force 


1806 


Lewis W. Watson 

MAJOR. 


80ct.839 






1825 


John Millar 

CAPTAINS. 


17Aug.84d 






m^^ 


Chs. M. Macleane 


lMar.830 




Dep. assist, com. 


1832 


Arch. G. Young 


l9Feb.839 




gen. 


1835 


RodingJ. Kempt 


30ct.841 






1834 


W.J.Wilson 


]7Aug.843 




Civil emp.Viza- 


1836 


R. P. K. Watt 


15 May 844 




[gapatam 




Sam. D. Young 

LIEUTENANTS. 








1837 


Tho8.A.Boileau 


loFeb.830 






"■"" 


C. W. F. Whish 


lAug. 






1838 


Ivie Campbell 


SOct.841 






1841 


C.P. Y.Triscott 
A. W. Drayner 


17 Aug. 843 
31 do 






1843 


Chas. Wm. Dun 


loMay 844 






— 


C. £. K. Lambe 


15 do 






1843 


A. D. McDougall 


do 






— 


Arthur Drury 


23 Aug. 








C. F. Gilbertson 

ENSIGNS. 








— 


A. G. W. Bum 


23May844 


lSept.843 




•~- 


A. M. Owen 


28 do 


7N0V. 






L. Paxton 


do 


sDec. 




1844 


R. A. Wyse 

• • 


27 Aug. 


30 do 





Facings Pale Yellow t 

Ai^utant^ •••• C.W.F. Whish 

Qr.-mast. & Inter T. A • Boileau 

Surgeon • • 

Assist, do. • • • • • -Thos. H. Cannan 



22Sept.843 
21 May 844 

8 Jan. 838 



MADRAS. 



95 



Forty-Fourth Begiment Native Infantry. 

Statum—Palaveram, Arrintd 1844. 

Ordered to THehmopoly. 



\%l 


Rank in tke 




2 S! 


ISamti, 




Remarhu 


1^ 




RegsMtnt, 


JiTMf* 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1793 


Rich. Podmore 

LIEUT.- COLONEL. 


lMay824 


loJan.837 


On furlough 


1803 


A. Tulloch,C.B. 

MAJOR. 


oMar.836 




Commissary gen 


1816 


Robt. T.Wallace 

CAPTAINS. 


] Sept840 






1817 


Arthur M'Cally 


9July834 


3June932 


Assist, com. gen. 


1819 


Alex. Adam 


20 do 


13 do 884 


Nizam's service 


1830 


Francis Dudgeon 


•ioOct. 837 


i3Feb.830 




1823 


JohnW.Rumsey 


4May839 






— 


JosiahWilkinson 


lSept.640 


l4Sep. 839 




1824 


Robert Gill 

LIEUTENANTS. 




May 840 




— 


W. C. Onslow 


22Jan. 897 


C do 


Civil emp. My- 


1825 


Thos. L. Place 


20July834 


C8Jan.84i 


sore 


1827 


Wm. M.Wahab 


SOOct. 837 


C33Jun.43 


Nizam's service 


1836 


R. P. Podmore 
Geo. S. Dobbie 


4May839 
2oAug. 




Do 


1837 


W, Henry Stone 


iSept.840 






1838 


RichardWestern 


aOct. 






1839 


George Paxton 


10 July 843 






— 


EdwardJ.Lawder 


17 Aug. 844 






1840 


Wm. C.Phillips 

ENSIGNS. 




' 




— 


William Fraser 


28Dec.840 


lOSept840 




1841 


S.W. A Wen 


18May841 


18Mar.84l 




1842 


J as. Nicholas 


5 Oct. 843 


liJune843 


' 


1843 


F. A. Locker 

• • 


24Aug.844 


9Dec.843 





Facingt Pale Yellow. 

Adjutant £. J. Lawder 

6lr.-mast.& inter 

Surgeon T.O'Neill 

Assist, do. J. M« Jackson 



15 Oct. 844 

33Sept.841 
36Aug.844 



96 



MADRAS. 



Fwrty^Fifth Regiment Native Infantry. 

Station — Cannanore. Affiled March, 1844. 



V»*: 




Rani iti tke 




2 S' 


Names* 


^^mmMmww WW' VflPW 


Remarh,.'^ 


Co ^ 


- 


Rfghneutt 


Army. 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1790 


Edw. Boardman 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


lMay834 


loJan.837 


On furlough 

• • ■ 


1807 


J. W. Cleveland 

MAJOR. 


loApr. 836 




. - 


1819 


J. J. M*Murdo 


17 Jan. 844 


4 






CAPTAINS. 




• 


* ' m 


18S0 


W. R. A. Freeman 


12 Feb. 836 






1834 


W.E. Lockhart 


]4Mar484d 


6May840 




1895 


Frank B. Lys 


26Aug, 


8 Jan. 841 


Do 


1833 


Richard Crewe 


20Dec.843 


, 


Do 


1834 


John Kitson 


\7i9P.- 844 


' 


♦ 


1835 


Richard Coopei: 

LIEUTENANTS. 






• 


1837 


Heber Drury 


19June838 


. 


Do 


— 


Henry Menars 


32Aug.839 




, 


1838 


Francis Tower 


3OCC.840 






— 


H. M. Fergqsson 


6July842 






1840 


Edward Davie 


i4Mar.84d 






1841 


Frank Barber 


26Aug. 




. 


— — 


Chas. Geo. Cottell 


2oDea 






1842 


J.M.T.Reilly 


17 Jan. 844 


« 




— 


Aston J. Knox 


i5May 








S.B.R.H.N.T.Goodricli 
ENSIGNS. 


• 




- ' • 


1843 


W. T. F. Farewell 


22Dec. 848 


4Apr. 843 




— 


A. W. Rithfirdott 


8 Feb. 844 


21 May 




— 


A. C.Weldon. . 


23May 


20Aug. 


1 


mm^ 


C. J. Farrington 

• • 


do 


gSept. . 

• 


- 



Facings ff^ittm 

Adjutant •• H. M. Fergusson 

Qr.-mas. & inter 

Surgeon 

Assift. do . * . • • J. Kennedy^ m.d. 

* 2nd Assist, mil. aud. gen. 



9July844 
3oJan.844 



MADRAS* 



97 



Forty -Sixth litgimaxt Native Infantry. 

Station — Kwmptee, Arrned Jammry, 1B44. 



^2 




Ranitntkt 




1* 


Namtt, 


Regiment. 


Armj> 


Rmmrtt. 




COLONEL. 








1800 


J, Morgan, C.B. 

LISUT.-COLONBL. 


33Jan. 843 


IONOY.843 


On furlough 


1819 


J. Clough 

MAJOR. 


2 Oct.843 






1811 


James Law 

QAFTAINS. 


33NOY.839 


1 




1817 


Alben Pinson 


3June820 


M33NT.4I 




1819 


Robt. Codrington 


31 May 833 






1821 


James Benwell 


10Dec.8d5 






1833 


Charles Yates 


90ct. 839 


2 May 838 




1823 


C. Rowlandson 


23Nov. 


14 May 839 


Sub. assist, com. 


1836 


E. B. Stevenson 

LIEUTENANTS. 




3lDec.84] 


gen. 


«. 


Aug. Russell 


31 May 833 


C« 7Jan«4.9 




^. 


Ch. R. Mackenzie 


sJan. 835 


C.isOct, 




1837 


G. A. H. Faloonar 


IsJuly 


C23JU11.43 




1835 


Alex. J. Greenlaw 


l6Dec.837 




• 


1837 


Thos. Greenawaj 


0Oct839 






1838 


A. K. C Kennedy 


3 do 840 






«. 


Alfred Cooper 


]9Feb.841 






1840 


Walter Newcon 


i0July84(i 


• 




«. 


James Pulton 


l9May844 




On furlough 


•" 


Wm. CRich 

ENSIGNS. 








1841 


William Murray 


l8May841 


13Dec.840 




-. 


Jas.Wm.Smbbs 


do 


37Feb.841 




•» 


Ferd. J. Slater 


5 Oct. 843 


llJuneS43 




1843 


A. C. McNeill 

• • 


38May844 


8Dec.843 





Facingi WnUt* 

Adjutant C R. MackenEie 

Qr^raas. & inter.. G. A. H. Falconar 

Sun;eun T. Grlgg 

I i 



3lDec.839 

liJune84i 

iDec.843 



98 



MADRAS. 



Forty'Seventh Regiment Native Infantty. 

Suuion^Adeu, Arrived April, 1844. 



'^*; 


• 


Rank in the 




i & 


Namtt, 


^ » ^^••'•^ V^ V'wW 


AtmMfit4» 


Co ^ 




Regiment. 


Army, 






COLONEL. 




[M.G. 




1796 


William Clapham 

LIEUT.-COLONEL. 


5Apr.83 1 


ftJune898 


On furlough 


1819 


J. A. Howden 

MAJOR. 


2Jan. 843 






1820 


Wm. Bremner 

CAPTAINS. 


99Jan.84i 






— 


John Hlaxland 


8Sept837 


13Fcb.836 




— 


Charles Woodfall 


80ct. 839 


do 


Do 


1823 


Charles Taylor 


1 May 840 


14Mdy839 


' 


1835 


J. H. Kennedy 


22Dec. 






— 


John E. Hughes 


29Jan. 841 


sJan. 841 


Do 


1826 


Arthur Salmon 

LIEUTENANTS. 




lOJan. 843 


: 


1827 


Henry P. White 


33May835 


C32July43 




1834 


J.S.Allan 


19Feb.837 






1835 


Hen. David Innes 


SSept. 






1837 


Conollv Dysart 


80ct. 839 


■ 




— 


Dillon G. Pollard 


1 May 840 






1838 


Hen. G.W.Rich 


30ct. 






1839 


Edgar Walker 


2aDec. 






1840 


Simon Taylor 


29Jan. 841 






— 


G. Raithby Rolston 


lOJuly842 


- 


Do 




Francis Waugh* 

ENSIGNS. 






Do 


— 


Geo. S. Pechell 


2Mar.841 


30ScpL840 


Do 


1841 


Thos. Parkinson 


19July 


3oMar.841 




— 


J.W. Rutherford 


22N0V. 


1 1 Aug. 


■ * ■* 


1842 


John P. Eraser 


50ct. 842 


12June842 

1 


^ ' 



Faeingi Pale Bmff. 

Adjutant H.P.White 5Feb. 841 

Qr.-ma». & inter H. G. W. Rich 4 Aug.843 

Surgeon •. 

AMist. do • D. Sturrocky M.D. 1 Dec.840 



MADRAS. 



99 



Fhrtj/^Eighih Regiment Native Infantry. 

SMon^-Malligiatm. Artivfd j^prU, I S44, 






1786 



1808 



1819 



isai 

1895 
1825 
1896 
1897 



1833 
1637 

1838 

1839 
1840 
1841 



Names, 



1849 
1843 



COLONEL. 

Thomas Boles 

LIfiUT.-COLONEL. 

Joseph Leggett 

MAJOR. 

T. D. Carpenter 

CAPTAINS. 

Rich.R.Rickett8 
George Gordon 
Col. Mackencip 
J.StrachanLang 
Ch. Fra. Compton 
llay Ferrier 

LIEUTENANTS, 

Alaric Robertson 
JH.M.Babingloa 
Hen. Arthur O. Cuntt 
Chas. G. Southey 
Wm, S.Simpson 
Peter F Ottley 
JohnObbard 
John S. Sword 
£dm Cheetham 
Wm. Soutbejr 

ENSIGNS. 

Emcsr Metcalfe 
Chas. C. Mason 
W. A. Gib 
W. J. Peyton 



Rank im tkt 
Rtgiment, Army, 



1 May 824 



3Jane838 



7Sept.84l 



l7Oct.880 
13N0Y.8a8 
73ept.841 
39Mar.843 
SdJan. 844 



2oDec.830 

13NOY.838 

3 Oct. 840 

3Jan, 841 

2A do 

7Sept. 
16July849 

sdMar,843 
SdJan. 844 



a3NoT.84i 

SOct. 843 
26Jan. 844 
31 Mar. 



IL.G. 

33N0Y.841 



97Apr.837 

8Jan.84l 

do 

19Sept.843 

33June843 



Remarks. 



On furlough 



Do. 



On furlough 



1 Sept 841. 
19June843 

4Apr. 843 
loJune 



Do. 



Faehgt Pale Buff. 

Adjutant J. H. M. Babington 39Jane84i 

Qr.-mas. ft interp. • • . . P. F. Ottley 8Nov.843 

Surgeon • J. Eaton, m.d. i3Dec.843 

Assist, do R. H. Manley 38Jan.843 

* Super, the ex rajahs of Coorg and Sattara, at Benares, 
t Polit. employ Eastern settlements. 

lis 



100 



MiyDitAJ». 



Forty'fifinih Regiment Native Infantnf: 

(Rifle Compaay.) 






1802 



1818 



1811 



1818 
1819 

18<24 
1825 
1826 



Namtt. 



I « ■ • 



1829 
1833 
1836 
1837 
1839 
1840 



1841 



1842 

1843 
1844 



COLONEL. 

H. Ross 

LI£UT. COLONEL. 

G, Fryer 

MAJOR. 

Chas. Hewetson 

CAPTAINS. 

Arch. Douglas 
Emanuel Roberts 
Richard Hall 
George Forster 
John M. Charteiis 
Jos. A. S. Coxwell 

LIEUTENANTS. 

P.E. L.Rickards 
John Stewart 
Henry Man 
H. P. Keighly 
Joseph H. Butler 
Thcod. H. Dury 
John Olive Buttler 
Robert Taylor 
Wm. R. Broome 
James Cundy 



RtmJc4m the 
Aegiment.H Army. 



3Dec.842 

7 Jan, 843 

18Apr.849 



sSMayBai 
l9Dec.«d5 
5Mar.!r98 
l#Apr.644 
9tfAug.844 



i7Apr88& 
1 oDec. 

5Mar.898' 

©Apr. 
18Feb.841 
l8Apr.8«2 
lOJuly 
3oSepc« 
20Aug.844 



Remarki, 



9Aug.843 



ENSIGNS. 

S.W. Peile 's4May643 

Thos. R. Holmes IssOct. 

J. B. Foord 4Junc844 

Patrick Clark 25Sept. 



23Nov.841 



OApr.Uss 

do 
6May840 
8Jan. 841 

]2Sept.842 



C. 5 Mar. 



On farlongh 
Depjec.mil.dep. 



thider stfspen 
*• sion 

Payih.Na^, sub. 
-f ' force 

•D^^.payM. Ma- 
labar & Canara 



li. - 



SO^an. 843 
l&Aug. 
9Dec.843^ 
30 do 



Nfzam^'siertioe 
On fiifiottgh 



Do 



Fadngi Mri^ YtUow^ 

Adjutant .«•• ., 

Qr.-mas. & interp. ; . . . P. E. L. Riekards 

Surgeon 

Assist, do J. C. Burton, M.p. 

* Super. Raepore mail road* 
t Com. Ra;ah Nagpores horse. 



29 -Jan. 941 
20 Aug. 344 



MA£IRAS: 



101 



Fiftieth Regiment Native Infantry, 

SUUion — Cuttack, ArfivtdJa^mary^ 1844. 





iVamet. 


lUnk in ike 


Remarks. 




Rt^tfMtlt* 


Army. 






COLONEL. 


kk 


[M.G. 




1797 


John Carfnie 

LIBUT.-COLONEL. 


l5May834 


38June838 


On furlough 


1810 


J. Gamault 

MAiOR. 


80ct. 839 






18M 


James Dickson 

CAPTAINS. 


SlCkt. 841 


• 


Do 


1893 


Edw. T. Morgan 


120ct.833 




^Sub-assist, com. 


1835 


Alex. R. Rose 
Wm.W.Dunlop 


3Aug.8S0 
37 J an. 837 


« 


gen. 


-.» 


H. A. Thompson 


31 Oct. 841 


8Jan. 841 




1837 


Roger RoUo 


9Apr. 843 






1836 


James Campbell 

LIEUTENANTS. 




30Nov.843 




1831 


R. O. Gardner 


3 Aug. 880 




• 


1834 


Wm. D. Grant 


ISOct. 






1835 F. J. Loughnan 


8 do 839 




On furlough 


1837 1 Alfred Keating 


3 do 840 






1 838 John H. J. Grant 


31 do 841 






1839 Geo. E« Cotton 


10 July 843 




1 


— 


A. M. Maddison 


isOct. 




Do 


1840 


Henry Bell 


34 do 






1841 


Charles Pulley 


9 Apr. 843 






1843 


J. L. Paterson 

ENSIGNS. 






V 


— 


Sept. Tripe 


2 8 Oct. 843 


3Aug.843 




.— 


Thos.H. Donald 


do 


10 do 




— . 


C.D.W.S. Grant 


9Dec. 


20 do 


- 


1843 


G. T. Hilliard 

• • 


15June848 


2 8 Dec. 


4 



Facings Bright Yeliovf, 



Adjutant W.D. Grant 

Qr.-mas.&interp. . • 

Surgeon ....••.••• Robert Cole 

Assist, do, •• • . E. G. Bedwell 



30Aug.842 

. i3Feb.84l 
19Dec.830 



I i 3 



lOS 



&CA0RA9.' 





iSStalton-^Ao^off . Arrived Oetobtr, 


1841. 


Ordered to KuUadghee, 

J ^~ .... 


3|; 


Ifama9, 


Rank in Ike « . 
J, ' . Remarkt. 


«^ 




licgunswtm 


Army, 






COLOirtL. 




■ 


« 


1800 


J. Henry 


15Mar.843 


36DeC 841 


On furlough 




LIEUT. .COLONEL. 




• 


• 


1811 


J. H. Winbolt 

MAJOR. 


15Juned38 


. 


• 


1815 


Charles Evans 


1 July 843 








CAPTAINS. 




. 


• 


1818 


Mark Blaxland 


15D6C.833 






1819 


George Leacock 


9Apr.838 


6Apr<83^ 3 


- 


1821 


Conway StaflEbfd 


l3May84« 


37 Apr* 887 




1839 


John C. Power 


iJuly 


8May 838 


■ 


1835 


Edward Ussher 


36ept.844 


8«lan.84l 






J. M. Madden 

LIEUTENANTS. 




do 


* 


1829 


Edw. Armstrong 


31 Jan. 835 




Stiff officer, 


1831 


Fred. Tsmpler 


13 Jan. 938 




ShoUpore 


1833 


Wm. IsacloB 


9^pr; 






1836 


J. C. McCaskill 
Edw.W.Boudier 


8 Oct. 830 
3 do 840 






1838 


O. G. De Wet 


13May843 


• 


. 


1839 


Alfred Tripe 
W. Johnstone 


iJuly 
16 (io 




On furlough 


1840 


Wm. B. Griffith 


3Sept.844 






1841 


D. S. Hughes 

ENSIGNS. 


■ 






1843 


John Shand 


37July849 


6Feb.849 




— 


Wm. ^e^^es 


38 Oct. 


loAug. • 




1843 


Jas. R. Boswall 


]5June648 


QSDec. 




1844 


W. B. Eagles 

• • 


6Sept.844 


3oDec.843 


• 


I 


1 
Facings WTaU. . 


Adjurant ., 




Qr.-mas. & interp ] 


^ Templcr 8Dec848' 


Surgeon 




Assist 


.do y 


ff, Beauchai 


mp iiN 


OV.880 



MAJHtAS. 



10 



F^y^Second Regiment Native Infantry • 

StaHonF^^oulmeiiu Arrived May^ 1844. 



'fee 



^1 



1809 



1816 



1618 



1819 
1890 

1824 
1835 
1830 



1831 
1836 

1837 
1838 
183^^ 



1841 



Names* 



Monk in the 
R egimen 1 1 Army, 



Remarks* 



COLONEL. 

Geo. M. Steuart 
A. B. Dyee 

MAJOR. 

Richard Dowell 

CAPTAINS. 

Gea Alex. Baillie 
Henry Bower 
Fras. A. Clarke 
Ralph R. Scutt 
ThOR. P. Walsh 
W.B. Littlehales 

LIBUTBNABTTA. 

Fred. S. Gabb 
H. W. TuUoch 
Rob. S. Wilson 
Heuiy Crisp 
Aug. M. Cooper 
Chas. W. K. Sharp 
Thos.H.L. Miller 
Travers Crofton 
Edm. Leicester 
A* H. Gordon 

KNIiGNS. 

1843 C.G. H.Coote 

Arthur Sage 
C. W. S. Young 
1843 Jas.S. Martyr 



5Jan.839 



3iMari8a6 



31 July 843 



lMaiJ}37 

5 July 
1 5June838 
3lJune843 
3iJuly 



lMar.837 

15June838 

3May8a9 
3 Oct. 940 

13 July 841 

13 Dec. 

9iJune843 

3lJuly 

33May 843 



.8luly843 

sOct. 
isJaoe843 
do 



[M.G. 

33Nov.841 



6Apr.835 
13Feb.830 

do 
6May840 
8Jan. 841 
13Aug.84i 



Com. N. div. 



Com. Jaulnah 



dFeb.843 
1 1 June 
9Dec. 

38 do 



On furlough 



Do 
Do 



Facmgt Pale Ru/f, 

Adjtttant .,....•• .v. .. R. S. Wilson id Apr.844 

Qr.-m4t« & interp. • • . • C. W. K. Sharp 3 1 Feb.843 

Surfeon ....»•• T. LemanMaJttbews 37Dec.84 1 

Assist. do •••••»••.•.• 

* Dep. assist, qu. mast, gen, centra div. 



ia5 



MADRAS. 



MILITARY AND MEDICAL OFFICERS ON CIVIL 

OR POLITICAL EMPLOY. 



Rank and Names, 




Rxmarh. 



Maj. Gen. J. S. Fraser 
^— — — M. Cubbon 
— — W. Cullen 
Lieut. Col. W. J. Butter-"i^ 
worth, C.B.J 
I A. Clarke 



Capt. H. Montgomeiy 
« J. Moore 
W. K. Worster 



Capt. J. T. Smith 



5 Dec. 839 
17 May 834 
11 Sept. 840 

14 June 843 

11 Dec. 882 



Resident Hydrabad 
Commr. for govt, of Mysore 
Resident Travancore 

> Governor Prince Walet Island 






ist Assist, to Commr. Mysore 



ARTILLERY. 



10 Jan. 842 
14 Oct. 843 



Supdt. Astiagam div. Mysore 
Assist to Commr. Tenasserhn prov. 



16 Dec. 840,Supdt. Govt. Roads 

ENGINEERS. 
4Feb.840 I Mint Master 



Regt. 

I Capt J. F. Porter 

3 W. T. Boddam 

5 _ A. Macleod 



3 Capt J. H. Cramer 

J. S. Du Vemet 

— G. Harvey 



1 Lieut. W. F. Eden 
3 Capt F. J. Clerk 



{ 



CAVALRY. 
10 Jan. 843 



3 J>H!C. 838 



Juo. Asst Co Commr* Mysore 

f Supdtg. repairs Neelcond Ghaut 

1 and Road 

Mily. Asst to Commr. Mysore 



EUROPEAN INFANTRY. 

13 Dec. ssglSecretary to Clothing Board 
3 Jan. 840 Trigonometrical Survey 

iJun. Asst to Commr. Mysore 

NATIVE INFANTRY. 



— 


— H. F. Gustard 


8 — 


— S. C. Macpberson 


9 — 


— R. S. Dobbs 


10 — 


— W. G. P. Jenkins 


11 — 


— W. A. Halsted 


14 — 


— C. F. Le Hardy 


18 — 


— G. Haines 



as Lieut. J. P. Frye 



6 Dec. 

32 Jan. 

10 Mar. 
3 May 
2 Dec. 

i; Nov. 

10 Jan. 
do 

10 Mar. 

1 1 June 



841 
839 
844 
844 
839 
84 J 
843 

844 



Asst to Resident Indore 

Police Magistrate Presidency 

dd Asst. to Commr. Mjrsore 

Prin. Asst to Govr. Agent Ganjam 

Supdt of Chittledroog. divl Mysore 

Depy. Sup. Govt. Roads 

2d Asst to Commr* Mysore 

Supdt of Nugger div. Mysore 

Do Bangalore div. do 
Asst. to Govr. agent Ganjam 



MADRAS. 



106 



Rank and Names, 




RemarU, 



Regt 

23 Capt.T. J. Newbold 

Lieut. F. Cunningham 
97 Geipt, H. Mofland 

30 W. C. Macleod 

— J. Halpin 



NATIVE INFANTRY— co«/ini*tf<<. 

1(1 Aug. 842{Asst to commr. Kumool 
10 Mar. 844 4tii Asst. to do. Mysore 



33 



M.J.Kowlandson 



34 Major G. Broadfoot, c.b. 

Ucut. T. Cleft 
43 Major J« Fitzgerald 

Capt. H. Wakenum 

C. Burton 

43 W. J. Wilton 

44 W. C. Onslow 

40 T.D. Carpenter 
Capt. J, Farrier 



7 June 836 

8 Mar. 841 

1 S Aug. 843 

ODec. 843 

do 

Aug. 834 

18 Sept. 844 



49 



E. Hoberts 



Asst Sur. Gl. Hyd. survey 
Prin. asst; to comr. Tenasserim prov. 
Asst. Sur. Gen. Ganjam 
r Agent to Govr. Chepauk, 
< Paymr. Camatic stipends, 
LSec. College Board 
Pol. agent to Gov. -gen. N.W. fron. 
Jun. a^st. to commr Mysore 
38 Mar. 843 Commr. with Baczie B'die 
11 Jan. 844|Dep. commr. 3d class Saugor div. 



34 July 840 
16 Aug. 843 
16 Mar. 844 

33 Apr. 884 

33 Jan. 837 



Dep. supdt govt, roads 

Asst. to gov. agent, Vizagapatam 

Supdt. of Ctorg 

{Supdy. the Ex Rajahs of Cooig 
and Sattara 
Agent to Govr. Benares 
Pol. employ Eastern settlements 



6 Aug.S44|Supdt. Raepore Mail Road 



R. Wight, M.D. 
A. N. Magiith 
C. PAterson, M.o. 



W. Middlemas 
J.Dodd 



SURGEONS. 

19 Feb. 844 
7 Mar. 843 

1 July. 844 



Supdt. of cotton fanns, Coimbatorc 
Durbar surg. to Rajah of Mysore 
Physician to Rajah of Travancore 



ASSISTANT SURGEONS. 
130 Sept. 841 



Aistt. aisay master 
Assay master, Agra 



107 



MADRAS. 



INVALID ESTABLISHMENT. 



Names, 




LIEUT -COLS. 

Chas.Mandeville 
Bryce M< Master 
Clement F. Smith 

MAJORS. 

Wm. T. Brett 
Ch. O. Fothergill 
John Crisp 
John Thomas 
John M. Boyes 
John Chisholm 
Fred. M inch in 
Arch.Woodburn 
Rich. F. Eames 
J. E. Bujtcher 
J. B. Barnett 

C. Daviniere 
P. Henderson 
T.J. M. Johnstone 
P. Bcdingficld 
E. J. Simpson 

CAPTAINS. 

James Smith 
JohnN. Beaver 
Thomas Locke 
Thos.A.Chauvel 
A. A.Mussita 
H. S. Burgess 
Sam. Stuart 
Wm. Johnston 
Chas. Turner 
Arch. Chisholm 
Alex. Grant 
Horatio Pace 
Rd. Prettyman 
W. Shelley 

D. Littlejoim 
G. Atwell Smith 
J. Gerrard 
C. B. Lindsay 
Joseph Wnght 
W. O. Pellowe 
Wm.Herford 
Thos. W. Steele 



4June8l4 

1 7N0V.834 

3 Apr. 837 



17 July 827 
11 Apr. 820 
2Sept.832 
loJan. 837 
28June838 
•2oMar.8d9 
11 Oct. 
2oDec. 

22 do 840 

2» Jan.84i 
25 Feb. 

dJune 

sNov. 
i5Mar.842 

OJan. 843 

4Apr. 



24Mar.8l5 

12 July 824 

8June825 

18 do 

uDec. 

loMar.826 

23Apr. 

2lOct.827 
i3May88l 

8Apr.833 
290ct. 

Apr 835 
lOAug. 
13Feb.830 

5 Mar. 

27 Apr. 837 

do 
31 Oct. 
25July 838 
5Jan. 839 
15 Feb. 
18 May 



fflien 
JnvmHded, 



Remarkt, 



gOct.819 
31 Oct. 843 
240ct.837 



i3Mar.829 

25May886 

lApr. 883 

ioFeb.837 
8Feb. 842 

31 Dec. 839 
1 May 840 

l5Jan. 841 

2oJan. 
7Sept.841 

27Aug. 

220ct. 
30Aug.842 
14June 
4 Apr. 848 
18 do 



13 Apr. 818 
5 July 830 

17 Apr. 827 
15Aug.834 
lOOct. 826 
27 May 834 

lAug.828 
10 Feb. 830 

1 May 844 

24NO¥.840 
6Feb. 844 
9Jan. 

28Aug.835 
20Scpt.842 
2 3 Jan. 844 

1 Feb, 841 
14Mar.843 

3Sept.844 
15Feb.839 
29NOV.842 
12Mar.8d9 
doAug. 839 



lit Nat. V. B. 
2nd do 
Eur. Vet. 



and N. V. B. 

2nd do 

Mahratta trans.togov. 

andN.V. B. 

ist N. V. B. 

3nd do 

On furlough - 
2ndN. V.B. 
On furlough 

do 

do 

do 
1st N. V B. 
Eur. Vet. 
2nd N.V.B. 



1st do 
2d do 
1st do 
2nd do 
2nd do 
ist do 
2 St do 
;st do 
1st do 
1st do 
On furlough 

do 

do 
2nd N.V.B. 
On furlough 
2nd N. V. B. 
2nd do 
On furlough 
2nd N. V. B, 
On furlough 
2nd N.V.B. 
2nd do 



MADRAS. 
INVALID ESTABLISHMENT— canfimifd. 



108 



Ar«met. 


Date of 
Rank. 


When 
Invalided, 


Remarks, 


CAPTAINS coat. 








G. Hamond 


sOct. 889 


dSep. 844 


9nd N.V.B. 


T. W. Cooke 


I9N0V. 


19 Apr. 849 


On furlough 


J. D. P. O'Neill 


8Jan. 841 


19July 


9d N.V.B. 


LIEUTENANTS. 








Jos. I. Jackman 


1 May 834 


eJuly 894 


9nd N.V.B. 


R. A. Joy 


l5June825 


dNov.8d» 


1st do 


Clem. C. Cottrell 


aoJuly 8a5 


95 May 839 


9nd do 


John Niton 


sSept.sao 


5Feb. 830 


Eur. Vet. 


Win. Leggatt 


aoApr. 83Q 




1st N.V.B. 


Fred. Studdy 


3May835 


9Jan. 844 


9nd do 


W.H.LcGcyt 


13 Nov. 836 


lsNov.836 


9nd do 


Rob. Crowe 


lODec. 


9oSept.849 


9nd do 


e. R. Sibly 


3lJan. 837 


7 May 841 


9nd do 


James Denton 


30May 




Dep. com. ord. 


Fred.Childers 


13Apr.839 


97Aug.8d9 


Eur. Vet. 


E.J.Colebrooke 


18May 


13NOV.840 


9d N.V.B, 


H. C. Taylor 


t28 do 


93 Apr. 844 


On furlough 


C. J. Rudd 


18 June 


80ct. 839 


Eur. Vet. 


Geo. Gibson 


8N0T. 




Dep. com. ord. 


A. Barlow 


8July 840 


19July649 


9nd N. V. B. 


C. J. Power 


a4Sept. 


98Nov.84d 


9nd do 


J. Hamilton 


38Dec.84l 


5Jan. 


Dep. asst. com. ord. 


Andw. Forsyth 


]90ct.849 




1st N.V.B. 


Will. Doyle 


•i5 do 




9nd do 


Geo. Clarkf 


19Feb..843 




9nd do 


T. C. Corley 


do. 




isc do 


Nathaniel Hobart 


91 do 




Eur. Vet. 


ADJUTANTS. 








Andrew Forsyth 


7Mar.S34 




1st N.V.B. 


W. Wheeler 


dJuly 836 




9d do 



Facings, Frettei Orej^^^LdKt &her» 



109 



MADRAS. 



INVALID AND PENSIONED WARRANT 
OFFICERS OF ORDNANCE. 



Rank, 



HOien peruwned 
or invalidetL 



PHUre ttatumtd. 



OVERSEERS. 

Samuel Wells 
George Stevens 



24 Jaly 1838 
4 Aug. 1830 



Bangalore 
Fort St. George 



CONDUCTORS. 








Jonathan Klake 


1 Sept. 


1817 


Negapatam 


William Hill 


17 July 


1831 


Vellore 


Nathaniel Rounds 


33 do 


1834 


Madras 


Geo. Stevenson 


19 do 


1830 


Madras 


Joseph Orford 


4 Not, 




Madras 


George Firth 


4 Jan. 


1839 


Bangalore 


Frederick Seymour 


95 June 




Do 


Joseph Blandford 


29 Jan. 


1841 


Neilgherries 


John Marsh 


16 Jan. 


1844 


Masulipatam 


William Searle 


38 Feb. 


M* 


Madras 



PENSION ESTABUSHMENT. 



Former RanJc. 


Name, 


pensioned. 


Ilemitrk$. 




Major .... 


George Story 


95 Apr. 838 


At home 




Captain .... 


Jas. Chas. Street 


9 Jan. 833 J Do 




f 


Harry J. Nixon 


10 Sept.830 Do 




Lieuts < 


A. £. Nisbitt 


10 May 831, Do 




l 


G. Reade 


4 Oct. , Negaparam 




Ensign • • • • 


Edward Sellon 


31 May 836, 




Surgeon ....• 


Charles Jones 


35 Apr. 839 


At home 





MADRAS. 



110 



CORNETS AND CADETS OF CAVALRY. 



Season 1844 

R. J. M. ElUoCt 
J* H. Doveton 



Not ranlceJ. 
A. J. M. Rainey. 



39 June 
3 Aug. 



ENSIGNS AND CADETS OF INFANTRY. 



Season 1844. 


> 


Season 1844. 


F. W. Crookshank 


37 Jan. 844 


C. G. Boulcott 


4Mar.844 


J. B. Campbell 


do 


W. F.W. Meyers 


do 


P. WooUey 


do 


C. W. Cox 


do 


H. Shand 


28 do 


H. C, Fletcher 


do 


C.W.Keating 


3Feb. 


H. J. Bett 


5 do 


D. Mackechnie 


do 


W. Barwisc 


8 do 


G. P. B. Sherard 


do 


J. Paske 


do 


E. B. Ramsay 


27 do 


p. T. Sims 


do 


R. Renton 


do 


J. H. Gallwey 


do 


J. L. Pearse 


29 do 


T. C. Bird 


do 


E. H. Harington 


do 


G. Heam 


do 


R. Aitchison 


do 


G. C. Fmlay 


29 do 


G. Adey 


iMar. 








Notr, 


anked. 




S. C. Lousada 




W. C. P. Hain( 


es 


H. J. Harness 




B. Wyld 




W. Barber 




J. Michael 




J. J. Somervillf 


k 
^ 


W. W. Wother 


spoon 


W Blount 




G. A. Searle 




R. G. Lewis 




T. Frankland 




H. A. Levcson 




E. W. Vaughau 




F. Elms 


♦ 


W. Lord 




T. P. King 




A. R. Clephanc 




A. W. Wight 




F. J. Wilson 




A. Child 




C. S. Fagan 




C. R. demons 




A. Skinner 





K k 



^ I 



Ill 



MADRAS. 



mtiical iS0tafilt0|)ment 



MEDICAL BOARD. 



Names. 




Remarks. 



Geo. Adams 
Ramsay Sladen 
John Macleod 
George Pearse 



6 Feb. 841 Physician general 
18 Dee. 841 Sure^eon general 

1 Jan. 844 Inspector general of hospitals 
30 May 837 Secretary 



SUPERINTENDING SURGEONS (9). 


Names* 


Date of 
Appt, 


Remarks, 


Claud Currie 


14 Aug. 833 Pres. div. 


J. T. Conran 


6 Feb, 836Noith div. 


)X Boyd 


8 Dec. sa; Mysore div. 


C. Desormeaux 


10 May 838 Hydrabad 


R. Davidson 


38 Feb. 839<-eded districts 


D. S. Young 


28 Dec. 841 Centre 6\v. 


B. WiUiams 


30 Oct. 841 Malabar, &c. 


G. Knox 


28 Nov. 843 South div. 


J. Morton 


1 Mar. 844 


Nagpore 



SURGEONS (73). 




1805 



1806 
1807 
1813 

1813 



George Adams 
Ramsay Sladen 
John Macleod 
Claud Currie 
JnoTrebeckConran 
David Boyd 
John Wylie* 
Car. Desormeaux 
Robert Davidson 
Don. Smith Young 



1 Sept. 818 
11 Apr. 81i) 

3 July 
26 June Sso 

9 Aug. 82-2 
80 Nov. 824 

1 July 825 

21 Feb. 826 

22 Nov. 

6 May 8:27 

• M.D. 



Physipian-general 

Surgeon-geuetal 

Inspector-gen.of Hospitak 

Sup. surg. Pres. div. 

Do do North, div. 

Do do Mysore div. 

On furlough [fofce 

Sup. surg. Hydrabad tub. 

Do do Ceded districts 

Do do Centre div. 



MEDICAL ESTABUSHMENT. 
SVRGKOJ^S^continutd, 



112 




1815 
1816 

1817 
1818 

1830 



1831 



1833 



1833 



1834 



1825 ♦ 



1836 



Benjamin Williams 
George Knox 
John Morton 
G. Beane M<Donell 
Robert Wight* 
H. S. Fleming* 
John W. Sherman 
Williaui Kei Hay 
Francis Godfrey 
J as. Geo. Coleman 
Robert Scott 
JamesBlair Preston 
W. R. Smyth, a.b. 
Jas.Loraine Geddes 
And.N.Magrath 
David Falconer 
Anthony E. Blest* 
James Lawder 
Robert Sutherland 
J.Col()uhoun* 
Geo. A. C. Bright 
David Richardson 
Eug. Finncrty* 
Thomas Key 
Geo. V. Gumming 
George Pearsc* 
George Beetson 
De Burgh Birch* 
G. VV. Scheniman 
Thomas Taplin 
Q. Jamieson* 
John T. Maule 
W.G. Maxwell* 
William Fooie 
Wm. Butler 
John Ladd 
Hen. S. Brice 
Thomas Grigg 
Joseph Lawrance 
George Thomson 
Robert Cole 
H. C. Ludlow* 
Joseph Wilkinson 
Henry G. Graham 



10 Oct. 838 
17 AJay 839 
15 Apr. 830 

3 Feb. 83 1 

32 Feb. 

34 Nov. 

17 Feb. 833 
38 Mar. 

3 Feb. 833 
•3 Apr. 

15 Sept. 

37 do 

38 do 
1 Nov. 

30 May 834 
13 Sep. 
1 Feb. 835 
do 

16 Mar. 

8 Jan. 830 

33 Feb. 
30 July 

3 Jan. 837 
iFeb. 

33 do 

35 Mar. 

39 Apr. 

3 July 

18 Jan. 838 

15 Mar. 

16 May 

35 do 

13 Oct. 

14 Jan. 839 

36 Feb. 
30 June 
18 July 

34 do 

11 Jan 840 
30 July 

34 Sep, 

4 Nov, 

18 Jan. 841 
3 Feb. 



♦ M.D. 
' Kk3 



Sup.surg. MalabarandCa- 

Do do South div. [nara 

Do do Nagpore sub. force 

Garr. surg. Trichinopoly 

Garr. sarg. Madras 

Lunatic Asylum 

Garr. surg. Bangalore- 

Horse Artillery 

Garr. surg. Bellary 

Staff Surg. Tenasserim 

34th Nat. Inf. 

Depot Surg. Caddalore 

Garr. surg. Masulipatam 

3d Eur. Reg. 

Residency, Mysore 

7 th Lt.Cay. 

0th Nat. Inf. 

1st do 

istBatt. Art. 

1st Lt. Cav. 

8th Nat. Inf 

1 6th Nat. Inf. 

On furlough 

Do 
13th Nat. Inf. 
Sec. Med. Board 
3 3d Nat. Inf. 
On furlough 
36th Nat. Inf. 
3d Batt Art. 
On furlough 
4th Lt. Cav. 

3d Nat. Inf. 
a7th do 

3d Lt. Cav. 
39ih Nat. Inf. 
On furlough 
46th Nat. Inf. 
34 th do 

6th do 
50th do 
3d Lt. Cav. 
39th Nat. Inf. 
lOth do 



113 



4^ 



1826 



18-27 



18<28 



1829 



MADRAS. 
SURGEONS— ron/^oerf. 



Names, 




Rimarkt, 



1830 



John Richmond 
Thos. O'Neill 
George Harding 
T.Leman Mstthewi 

Frederick Cooper 
Wiiiiam Burrell 
Samuel Brooking 
Samuel Rogers 
S. A. G. Young 
James Eaton* 
Edmund W. Eyre 
John M*Kenna* 
James Innes 
Cornelius C. Linton 
Wm. G.Davidson 
Abraham Goodali 
James Kellie 
John J. Purvis 
Geo. E. Edgcome 



3 Feb. 841 

28 do 
1 Sept. 

10 Dec. 

17 do 

31 do 
8 July 842 
S Jan. 843 

15 Aug. 

12 Nov. 

23 Dec. 
31 do 

27 Jan. 844 

29 Feb. 
2a Apr, 

24 do 
7 July 

31 do 
26 Sep. 



5th Nat. Inf. 
44th do 
38th do 
5 2d do 
On furlough 
4l8t Nat. Inf. 
Residency Tarijore 
Port and Marine Suiig. 
25th Nat. Inf. 
48th do 
1 8th do 
6th Lt. Cair. 
On furlough 

5th Lt. Cay. 

22d Nat. Inf. 
4th Batt. Art. 
8th Nat. Cav. 



David Sturrock 
John Lovell 
Alex. Shewan 
John Gill 
Robert Plumbe 
JohnW.Maillardet 
Agn. Mackintosh* 
William Gilchrist 
Thos. H. Caunan 
Edward Smith 
Wm. Middlemass 
Thos. D. Harrison 
John Hichens 
Henry GoodaU 
John Forbes 
Hugh Cheape 
Thomas White 
Alex. James Will 
Andw. Simpson* 
Michie F.Anderson 
Chas. Irving Smith 



NT SURGKONS (160). 


27 Aug 829 


47th Nat. Inf. 


30 do 


Civil, Mangalore 


do 


3 8th Nat. Inf. 


30 do. 


On furlough 


10 Oct. 




25 Nov. 


15th Nat. Inf. 


12 Jan. 830 


On furlough 


17 do 


Mysore 


27 Feb. 


4dd Nat. Inf. 


5 Mar. 


On furlough 


8 do 


Assistant Assay Master 


28 do 


Civil, Tellicherry 


1 May 


27th Nat. Inf. 


24 Aug. 


19th do 


do 


On furlough 


15 Oct. 




32 Jan. 831 


Civil, Cochin 


do 


3 1st Nat. Inf. 


Q Apr. 


Civil, Chittore 


15 May 


Zillah Madura 


do 


Mysore 



M.D, 



MEDICAL BSTABLISHMENT. 
ASSISTANT SURGKOVS—amtimued. 



114 




1830 



1831 



1832 



1833 
1834 
l885 



1836 



James Haml3m 
JohnDrever 
Robt. Hall Manley 
W. Evans* 
Colin Patcrson* 
J no. Col. Campbell 
John Chas. Fuller 
James Dorward 
W. B. Thomson 
William Griffith 
Stewart ThosLycll 
Jas. Edw. Porteous 
Samuel Cox* 
Wm. Beauchamp 
Charles Kevin 
R Hamn. Buchanan 
Jas.Comfooc* 
T.Thomson Smith 
Jno.EmeliusMayer 
Robert Hicks 
Ezet.Gus. Bedwell 
P. A, Andrew* 
William P. MoUe 
George S. Scott 
James Shaw 
James Supple 
William Rose* 
Robt. H. Renwick 
W illiamMackensie 
Geo. Morrogh* 
Charles Ferrier 
Peter Roe* 
John Middlemas 
John Cadenhead 
T.CaverhillJerdon 
Jas. Anderson* 
John Grant* 
A. Lorimer* 
John Mathison* 
John Arthur* 
James Doitd 
Dun. Macpherson 
Edw. Green Balfour 
T. 0. Johnston* 
W. L. O. Moore 
Jas. Robs on* 



7 June 831 
13 do 
do 
34 Aug. 

33 Oct. 

15 Nov. 

37 Jan* 88 3 
13 Feb. 
37 May 
do 

13 Aug. 
19 do 
31 do 

34 Nov. 

do 

37 Jan. 833 
36 Mar. 

do 
do 
19 June 

7 July 

33 Nov. 

38 do 

6 Apr. 834 

10 May 
31 Dec. 

do 

14 Jan. 835 

do 

do 

31 do 

34 Feb. 
1 June 

31 do 

11 Sept. 

8 Dec. 

1 7 Jan. 836 
6 Feb. 

9 do 
14 do 

16 Apr. 

18 May 
3 June 

do 

30 July 

9 Aug. 

*M.D. 

Kk3 



Zillah of Chiitgleput 
Horse Artillery 
48th Nat. Inf. 
Civil, Guntoor [core 

Phys. to Rajah of Travan- 
Civil, Kumoul 
30th Nat. Inf. 
Ncilgherry Hills 
Supt. Eye infirmary 
Upper Assam 
Negapatam 
Horse Art. 
On furlough 
5lstNat. Inf. 
35th do 
Civil, Malabar 
On furlough 
35th Nat. Inf. 
3d Nat. Vet. Batt. 
17th Nat. Inf. 
50th do 
3d do 
On furlough 
Zillah Rajahmundry 
Gov. body guard 
Zillah Tinneveily 
Civil, Comt>aconum 
40th Nat. Inf. 
Nizam's service 

14th Nat. Inf. 
On furlough. 
Horse Art. 
Zillah Salem 
Civil, Nellore 

3d batt. Artillery 
43d Nat. Inf. 
Supt. govt, dispensary 
Civil, Masulipatam 
Horse Artillery 
Dep. Assay Master, Cal- 
Nizam's service [cutta 
On furlough 
llthNat. Infv 
On furlough 

4th Nat. Inf. 



Il5 



MADRAS. 
ASSISTANT SURGEONS— «oiilmiMtf. 




1830 
1837 



1838 



1839 



l840 



John D.y.Ptekimui 
James Saiidersan 
Joshua Williams 
John Henry Orr 
D. D. Foulis* 
John A. Reynolds 
Sam. Kent Person 
W. G, Prichard* 
Joseph M. Jackson 
Chas. 0. E. Ford 
G. Dalr. Gordon* 
Don. Macfarlane* 
Hen. Wm. Portens 
A. C. Brish. NeiU* 
John Kennedy* 
DavidThos.Morton 
W. Campbell Maclemn 
J. Bortase SteFens 
G. F. Hay Primrose 
Chas. W. Pickering 
Benj. GriffithEvans 
Am. Humphiyt Ashley 
John Thos.Blenkin 
Wm. Moorhead 
T. F. Fernandez* 
Wm, Kirkwood 
Hen .Edw. Hadwen 
Hen. Stanbrough 
Arthur Cheyne* 
BenSmithChimmo 
J. C. Burton* 
Charles Timins 
Henry Smith 
James Reid 
Edward Sam.Tribe 
Charles Barclay 
Moses Rogers 
Charles D. Currie* 
Alex. Ham.Howe^ 
Jas. Lan. Ranking 
John Tho9.Donne* 
Charles Jn. Martyr 
Wm. Ray. Gingell 
William Lloyd* 
James Peterkin 
John Pringle* 



2d Aug. 830 
27 Oct. 
17 Dec. 

22 Feb. 837 
24 do 

98 do 

4 Apr. 

do 

2 June 
39 Aug. 
21 Dec. 

11 Jan. 838 

10 Feb. 

1 March 
37 do 

do 
37 Apr. 

do 
4 July 
21 Aug. 
15 Jan. 889 

do 

do 

do 

23 do 
94 do 
96 do 
94 Feb. 

do 

9 Mar. 

14 May 

11 Sept. 
3 Sept. 
33 do 
30 Oct. 

3 Dec. 

do 
3 Jan. 840 

do 
6 do 

6o 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

M.D. 



On furlough 
Neilghcrry Hills 
Sappers and Miners 
Nizam's Service 
On furlough 

do 
33d Nat. Inf. 
Zillah Honore 
44th Nat. Inf. 
Horse Art. 
33d Nat. Inf. 
I6th do 
Civil, Coimbatore 
2 1st Nat. Inf. 
45th do 

With Details Tavoy 
Hyderabad 
22d Nat. Inf. 
Niaam's Service 
Zillah Chicacole 
Ceded districts 
With Art. Penang 
28th Nat. Inf. [lacca 

With det. of recruits Ma* 
5th Nat. Inf. 

3d batt. Artillery 

7 th Lt. Cav. 

With Nagpore sub. force 

With 1st Eur. Reg. 

49th Nat. Inf. 

With 1st do 

Zillah Ganjam 

Residency Trav ancore 

8th Lt Cav. 

With art. to Aden 

20th Nat. Inf. 

Horse Art. 

36th Nat. Inf. 

Mysore 

Zillah Cuddapah 

Bombay terr. 

2d Nat. Inf. 

Ceded districts 

18th Nat. Inf. 

Malabar and Canara 



MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT. 
ASSISTANT SURGEONS— wartnacd. 



lie 






1840 



1841 



Names* 



1843 



William Johnston* 
Ambrose Btacklock 
Geo. Gib. Holmes 
John Wm.Mudge* 
Jn. W. Whitelock 
£. John Barker 
Wm, Wilson lUwcs 
Geo. P. H. Eastall 
John Welsh 
Edw. M. Jackson 
John And. Horak* 
Edward James 
John Tait 
James Mackintosh 
William Hilbers 
John Fitzpatrick 
Charles Richardson 
William H. Scales 
William Scott* 
Alfred Wilkinson 
Thomas Dunlop 
Wm. H. S. Burn 
John K. Ogilvie* 
Alex. C. MacLeod 
Robt. R. SutlefFe 
James Ratton 
William Forrester 
F. Le Mesuiier 
Edward Young 
George Dry 
H. J . Penny 
Charles M. Duff* 
Thomas U Bell 
Henry Young 
K. M<K. Adams 
H. T. W. Harper 
C.B. Craske 
J. W, Firminger 
William Traill* 
Sam. Brooke 
Jas. Kirkpatrick* 
H. Carnegie 
J. Thompson 
W. F. Currie* 
R, P. Linton 
H. F. C. Cleghom* 
Matthew Kane 



Date of 


Rank, 


6 Jan. 840 


8 Feb. 


do 


8 Mar. 


10 do 


12 do 


14 Apr. 


11 May 


n do 


6 June 


6 Sept. 


30 do 


12 Oct. 


22 Dec. 


35 do 


29 do 


8 Jan. 841 


25 do 


30 do 


do 


17 Feb. 


do 


do 


8 Mar. 


do 


2 April 


1 May 


21 June 


22 do 


14 Aug. 


3 Oct. 


4 Jan. 843 


8 do 


do 


do 


30 do 


16 Feb. 


do 


31 Apr. 


22 do 


30 do 


19 June 


do 


24 do 


2 Aug. 


10 do 


30 do 



Rimaris. 



China 

On furlough 

Malabar and Canara 

Cd Lt. Cav, 

With Sup. Surg. Nor. div. 

ist Lt. Cav. 

With 2d Nat. Inf. (China) 

1st Eur. regt, 

Bombay terr. 

With 47 th Nat. Inf. 
4istNat. Inf. 
With 2d bat. Art 
Tenasserim prov. 

With 2d Nat. Inf. (China) 
Trichinopoly 
Nagpore 

With 2d Nat. Inf. 
With Art Bellary 
DoRM.'s 94 th regt. 
5th Lt. Cav. 
Bombay terr. 
•id Lt. Cav. 

With Hydrabad sub. force 
On furlough 
With Mysore div. 
With Super. Surg. N. div 
Bombay terr. 
On furlough 
With Hydrabad sub. force 

Do 
With Sup. Rurg. Malabar 
On furlough 

With Hydrabad sub. force 
Bombay terr. 
With Sup. Surg. N div. 
With 2d Eur. regt. 
With H.M.'s 35th regt. 
Do do ' 94th do 
With 4th Nat. Inf. 
With 4th Nat. Inf. 
With 2d bat. Art. 
With H.M.'s 84th regt. 
With Nagpore sub. force 
4th Lt. Cav. 
On furlough 
2d Eur. regt, 
Moulmein 



* M.D. 



117 



MADRAS. 
ASSISTANT SURGEONS— coii£mii<!<2. 



li 


Names, 


Date of 
Rank, 


Reaufrks. 


SUPERNUMERARIES. 


1843 


Geo, Mackay* 


38 Dec. 843 


3nd Eur. regt. 


^ 


Alex. Hunter 


2 Feb. 643 


Cudda^ore 


mmm 


Hamlin Nott 


13 do 


With 3d Eur. 


— 


Keith Jopp* 


2-4 do 


Cedfd districts 





John Brigham 


33 do 


China 


— 


Fredk. Fletcher 


4 Ap. 


China 





Chas. Daubeiiy 


15 do* 


Withsup.sarg. centre div. 





W. R. Babington 


1 July 


With 1st Eur. reg. 


1844 


J. H. Blackwell 


37 Jan. 844 




— 


A. J. Scott* 


1 Mar. 


Do 


.— 


W. W. Heudc 


35 do 




^— . 


J. C. W. Belcombe 


38 do 




— 


John Colebrook 


1 Apr. 


Bangalore 


— 


W. Williamson 


16 do 


s 


— 


G. Smith* 


S Aug. 


General Hospital 


~^ 


D. Mackenzie 
W. G. Jalland ) 


7 Sept. 






W. A. Leslie V 


Not ranked 






J. R. Skinner* ) 







VETERINARY SURGEONS. 



Nich. F. Clarkson 
Grenado Chester 
James Western 
John F. Jennings 
Henry Hooper 
Thos. H agger 
Edwin Vincent 
Edw.Chuck. Collins 
Charles Jackson 
Thomas Aston 
Geo. W. Fagg 
Edward B. Dawson 



8 Feb. 837 




37 do 


5th Lt Cav. 


4 Aug. 


Gov. Genu's body guapl 


35 Dec. 


Artillery 


3 Jan.* 838 


4th Lt. Cav. 


1 May 


8th do 


SO Aug. 


3d do 




3d do 




On furlough 




Do 



• MJ>. 



MADRAS. 118 



tUtai Btpavtment 



SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. 

[Established. 4th September, IjBOl.] 

1 837 • • Hon. Sir Kdw; Gambier, Knt Chief justice 

1844.. Hon. Sir Wm. IVcstbrooke Burton, Knt. Puisne justice 

Honourable Compani/'s Law Officers, 

1 837. • George Norton Advocate general . 

1841 . . Clement Dale Solicitor 

Officers of the Court. 

J.B.Norton * •«.. Sheriff of Madras 

J. B. Jauncey ....• Deputy do 

James Minchin Master in equity 

John Orr * Accountant general 

William Ambrose Serle Prothonotary and registrar 

J. B. Jauncey Deputy do 

CM. Teed Clerk of the citown 

Fred. Orme * • • . . Deputy do, clerk to the grand 

jury and examiner 

W. Liddell Coroner 

L. Cooper Attorney for paupers 

C. M. Teed Counsel for do. 

Thos. Dallin Sealer 

C. Gaudoin French interpreter 

J. P. Stacker .....••• Portuguese do 

Thomas Paul . • • • Armenian do 

J. Reigle .• Dutch do 

Thomas Dalhn Clerk to Sir E.J. Garobier, Kt. 

J .W. Burden » Crier and court keeper 



J. Minchin 
M. Ffrench 
Chas. Martin Teed 
George Norton 



Advocates. 

J. Y. Fullerton 
T. S. Smyth 
C. W. Blunt 
J. F. Parker 



F. Osborne 
J.£. Norton 



AttomieSi Solicitors 9 Proctors^ and Notaries, 

J. T. Crampton l J. R. Boyson 

J.W. Branson I H. Crampton 



Leonard Cooper 
John H. Wilkins 
H. Mn. Rowlandson 
Fred. Orme 
W. H. Rose 



J. B. Jauncey 
S. G. L. Jenkins 
G. G. Jeremiah 



C. Dale 
A. Stewart 
J. C. Jeremiah 



119 MADRAS. 

VICE ADMIRALTY COURT. 

Hon. Sir E. Gambier, Kt., commissaiy 
A. St. J. CarrutberSy registrar I J . U. Ellis, marshal and receiver 

I of droits 

All the advocates and attomies of the Supreme Court are also 
advocates and proctors in this court. 

POLICE OFFICE. 

E. F. Elliot, Esq., superintendent and justice of the peace 

Police Magittrate$. 

H. D. E. Dalrymple, esq. | Capt. F. J. Clerk 

I. Crookshank, clerk of the police 

Deputy Superintendents of Police, 

T. A. Oakes, esq. | M. S. Moodelly 

Bench Magistrates, 
Captain C. Biden | H. D. E. Da]r3rmple9 esq. 

COURT OF COMMISSIONERS FOR RECOVERY 

OF SMALL DEBTS. 

Edw. F. Elliot, esq. I W. H. Rose, esq. 

J. Y. Fullerton, esq. | C. Streenevasiah, registrar 

BOARD FOR COLLEGE OF FORT ST. GEORGE 
AND FOR PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

H. Chamier, Esq. president 
Members, 
A. Robertson, esq. I C. P. Brown, esq. 

J. C. Morris, esq. | ' W. Elliot, esq. 

Secretary, Capt. M, J. Rowlandsou 

BANK OFMADRAS. 

Directors on behaif of Gonermncnt, 

J. Orr I A. F. Bruce 

T. V. Stonehouse | J. C. VIoiris 

S. D. Birch, secretary and treasurer 

HOUSES OF AGENCY. 



Amalric and Co. 
Arbuthnot and Co. 
Bainbridge and Co. 
Barrow (J.) and ('o. 
Binny and Co. 
Gahan, Raton, and Co. 
Griffiths and Co. 



Hall and Phillipsz 
Line and Co. 
Morison and Co. 
Ouch terlony and Co. 
Parry and Co. 
Sam and Co. 
Snaith, Clark, and Co. 



MADRAS. 



120 



MARINE BOARD. 

Henry Chamier— President. 

MEMBERS. 



The Commissary-general 
The Quar. mast, general 



Lc. col. B. R. Hicchins 
Capt. C. Biden 



J.J. Franklin, Secretary 



MASTER ATTENDANT'S DEPARTMENT. 

Capt. Christoper Biden, master attendant and marine storekeeper 
Mr. John Findley McKennie, assistant do 



J. Flower 
P. S. Dirksz 


mast. attendt.j 
do 
do 


» Coringa 
Tutecoryn 
Cochin 


£. Brennen 
R. Alexander 
M.A Plate! 


do 
do 
do 
do 


Vizagapatam 
Tellicherry 
MasuUpatam 
Calicut 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVICE ANNUITY FUND. 

Agtnts in England — Messrs. Coatts and Co. 
The rules and regulations of this Fund are assimilated to those 
of the Bengal Fund, for which see pages ^05 to ai6, Bengal. 



MADRAS CIVIL FUND. 

Elected lath Jan. 1844. 



Trusteei ex ^cto. 



The Chief Secretary 

Trustees, 
J. C. Morris 
J. Dent 



The Accountant General 

W. Elliot 

G. L. Prendergast 

A. Robertson 



S. D. Birchy secretary 
Agents in Engiamd-^Mesin. Coatts and Co. 



MADRAS MILITARY FUND, 

InatUuted April 1908. . 
Directors. 
Bri^ndier J. Ketchen, President 

M»ior F.A.Reid» C.B. 



Lieat^Col. A. Tulloch, C.B. 
■ D.Sim 

F. Denrille 

^ A. Mobeiij 

E. Armstrong 



Capt. J. Sfaepperd 

J. T. SmiOi 

^ T. Lavie 

— J.J. Losh 



Major .. R. Thorpe 

Secretary, Major J. Crisp. 

Agents /or the Fund in England^ 

Messrs. Arbuthnot and Latham, Great Saint Helent. 

EXTRACT FROM THE REVISED REGULATIONS. 

Section I. — jidmistion of Subtcribers. 

Art. I. The following description of persons anderthe Presidency 
of Madras, and they alooe, are eligible to become subscribers to 
the fund :— 1st. Cadets.— 2d. ChapisuDS. — 3d. Commissioned offi- 
cers of the medical establishment. 

2. Medical officers, who may signify their wish to become sub- 
scribers within six mcmths after the date of their aduiissioo 
on the establishment, shall be admitted on the same terms a^ 
cadets, provided they are not married, and have not any legiti- 
mate oflfapring.* Bat chaplains and medical officers, l>eing married, 
or having legitimate offspring, shall be required (provided, in 
the case of medical officers^ their application be made within f^iz 
months as above) to pay the donation and subscription of their 
actual rank, as married, with arrears to be calculated from the 
date of their admission on the establishment, or from the date 
of the birtii of the eldest surriving child, if the latter date ,be 
anterior ; such arrears to $ie paid with interest accumulated 
half-yearly. 

3. The donation required under the foregoing article may be 
paid at once, or by instalments, agreeably to the rate laid down 
in Table A. sect. 2, at the option of the subscriber ; but the arrears 
and interest must be discbar^ed within eighteen niooths from the 
date of his admission on the establishment. 

4. Cadets and chaplains, on their appointment, can be enrolled 
at once as subscribers to. the fund in England, on payment 
there to the agents the undermentioned sum, as donation :— 

Cadets. ... Unmarried ^34 5«. 9i2. Married i? 102 17<. 3d. 
Chaplains.... do 85 14 4 do 257 2 11 

* This regulation has been introduced for the purpose of ob- 
titining some equivalent from those subscribers who may enter the 
serrice at an advanced ag« with families, consequently i» not ap* 
plicable to cadets, who are not admissible to the service at an ad- 
▼aoccd age* 



MILITARY rUND. 



182 



Assistant-surgeons desirous of becoming members will be ad- 
missible in fingiaudy ou payment there to the agents the following 
donation : 

Unroanied .. £h7 28. l\d. Married .. £in 8<. B<f. 

N.B. A^sistanUsurgeoir* vu6 diapiain^, having Jegitimate off- 
spring, will, in addition thereto, be reqmred to pay up the sub- 
scription and interest laid down in the 2d article. 

5. Suhscriliert who may retire from the service on the prescribed 
pen&ion of their ranks, or w^ho may return permanently to Europe, 
•ball not forfeit their rights as stibscribeca to the benefits of the 
fund, provided they continue the payments prescribed in Section II. 

6. Subscribers resigning the service before they are entitled to 
retiring pay are not eligible to continue members, nor shall they 
ic pernitted to receive back any part of ihe siuus they may have 
contributed to the fund either in the way of doaatioo or sabscriptton. 

7. A subscriber withdrawing from the fund forieits, ipto/acto, 
all cjaiips to its benefits, as also the amount of his donation and 
subscription, and all other sums which he may have paid, up to 
the period of his secession. 

8. ^RbH«ribers once expelled the Institufion, can be re-ad- 
mitted on payment of all dues, either as penalties or arream of 
donations and subscription, with compound interest* 

Sectum II, ^Donation* and Suhfcriplidns, 
1 4 llie donations and subscriptions of - all 'snbscHhers shall be 
regulated agreeably to the following Tables A. and B. Widowers 
having legitimate offspring to be considered and to pay as married. 
The donation and subscription of cadets to be calculated at the 
rank of ensigns, the subscription commencing from the date of 
their admission on theestablishiqent. 

(A.) Table of Donationt for the tUferent Clas$et to he paM in 
JnAa, or in Europe^ at J^IOO per Ruffce* 875. 



I 



6. 
5. 
4. 



3. 



2. 
1. 



Detcription, 
■ccordingto Kegimental 



Cornots, 2d. Lients. and 
Ensigns 

Lieutenants. ......... 

Assistant Surgeons.. •• 

Captains and Surgeons 

Chaplains under 10 yrs. 

Majors, Chaplains of 10 
years* standing, and Su- 
perintending Surgeons 

Lt.*Colonel6 & Members 
of the Medical Board 

Colonels.. •••• ...... 



Bacb«1on and Widower* 
without Offspring. 



On entering 
each Clan. 



£. 
37 
25 
62 
31 
94 



8. 

14 

2 

17 

8 
5 



if. 

4 

11 

2 

9 



Aggrenteof 
eacti CIam. 



Baciielort 

and 
Widowers 



37 14 3 

50 5 8 
69 2 10 

LT 



£. 

37 
62 
62 
94 
94 



s. 

14 

17 

17 

5 

5 



d, 
4 
2 
2 
9 
9 



Donation on 
Marriage. 



132 



182 5 
251 8 



£. 

75 
125 
125 

188 
188 



8 
14 
14 
11 
U 



d. 
8 
4 
4 
5 
5 



Married and 

Widdwers 

withOffiipug, 



On entering 
eacii Clatt. 



264 

364 11 5 
502 17 I 



£. 

113 

50 

18K 

62 

282 



1. 

3 

5 

11 

17 

17 



d. 

8 
6 
1 



75 8 7 

100 11 5 
138 5 8 



MADRAS. 



(B.) Tabu of Subseriptifm/or tHferent Classes, 



Z 

m 

8 



Description, 

•coording to Be§imeatal 

Rank. 



If in India. 



Unmanicd. 



I 
2 

3. 

4. 

5. 



IRs. A. P. 

COilonels 46 12 11 

( Ditto, unemployed.. '38 8 

Lieut. - Colonels, and 
Members of the Medi- 
cal Board '29 14 P 

Majors, Chaplains of 10 
years'standiOK, and Su- 
perinteudiug Surgeon8.'23 2 6 

Captains^ Chaplains un- 
der 10 years' stauding, 
and Surgeons 13 8 3 

Lients. and Assistaut- 

Surgeous 8 2 € 

n. |Cornet8,2d-LieuteDant8 

and BnMgus 6 8 9 



Haitied. 



If in Boglaod. 



Dnmarried Married. 



Rs. A. P. 
70 3 4 
57 12 



44 14 

34 U 




9 



20 4 5 

12 3 10 

9 13 2 



X. s, d}£, s. d» 
1 7 6; 2 1 .^ 
2 1 3 



1 7 

1 2 

017 

I 11 
7 
5 



6 




1 13 



1 6 



17 



2 10 





5 

4 
9 



8 8 



In addition to the above, a monthly sobscription of one ropet*. 
or 2s. 3d., is to be paid for each unmarried daughter, and for each 
son under twenty-one years of age, without distinction of the 
rank of the subscriber. 

Abte.— Subscribers are consequently required to report irt the 
Secretary or agents the dates of birth aud decease of all chil- 
dren. 

2. Subscribers promoted while temporarily absent in Earo^e 
on furlough or sick certificate are exempted, during the period of 
their absence, from payment of thedilftrenccof donation laid 
down in table A., but are to pay up the arrears due by them 6ti 
coming into the receipt of Indian allowances, by the regulated 
iu8talnient:». . . .' 

3- On a subscriber in either of the classes paying Up by perso- 
nal donation and subscription added together, without inicren, 
the maximum fixed in T»ble C, he sIihII be exempted from 
further contribution while he may continue in that dass, with 
the exception of donation for daughters, and subscription ktt 
diildren, which will continue as otherwise p.ovided in thea« 
RulcH. 

4. Previous to the benefits i8J«uinir in full from the Fund either 
to Subscribers or to families, a certain amount calculated wit boat 



MILITAUY FOND. 124 

interest (or the nihiiniuni fixed in Table C;), shall be derived to 
the Fund from the sahscriber, or in ciise of liis death, from (he 
amount payable to his family.— In calculatinic this minimum for 
any annuity, all payments made to the subscriber during liia life 
frwn Che fund, as far as the amount of his minimum, shall be de> 
bited against his payment's to it, as aboVe^ in order that the 
annuity may not be issuable in full until the rexulated minimum 
on its account shall have been bondjide realized by the fund.* 

(C.) Taile of MaMmum and Minimum of. aggregate Donations 
mU Subsctipiumt ai Rtipett 875 per £100. 



'J 



1. 
2. 

3. 
4. 

6* 



D«tcription, 
•coordiag to KegimentRl Hank. 



Colonels 



{ 



Lieutenant Colonels, audi 
Members of the Medical > 
BOHHl J 

Minors, Chaplains of ten 1 
years' standing, and Su^ > 
perintendiijg Surgeons. .J 

Captains, Chaplains under ^ 
ten years* standing, and > 
Surgeons ) 

Lieutenants and Assistant- 1 
Surgeons / 

Cornets, 2d Ueotenautsl I 
and Ensigns J\ 






£ 

3,861 
1,661 

2,101 
913 

1,661 
715 

1,012 
440 

605 
264 
473 
209 






£ 

3,025 
1,221 

1,540 
671 

1,254 

528 

737 
319 

440 
187 
352 
154 



§ 

X 



£ 

2,'it9 
1,089 

1,375 
594 

1,089 
473 

660 
286 

396 
176 
308 
182 



Maximum* 
Miniumm. 

Maximum. 
Minimum. 

Maximum 
Miuinanm. 

Maximum. 
Minimum. 

Maximum. 
Minimum. 
Maximum. 

Miiniiiutii. 



5« The deductions on account of minimum required by the •' 
preceding anicle 4th, to be made from all benefits to subscribers 

• Thus in the event of a married Captain havinv received aid 
from the fund, the amount of such aid or part thereof, to »% not 
to exceed the »um of 3,500 rupees, being the nmuunt of bi» mini- 
mttni, fthaU be debited against the amount of hiscontribotiutit^ 
the clear balance onlv, if anv, being talien to constitute the mini. 
mum to be derired by the fund ere bis family become entitled tu 
receive the nnouity in full. Should there be a balance against the 
subscriber, however, it will not be charged against the annuity, 
for which a fresh minimum only will fall to be recovered by the re- 
gulated deductions. For example— Supposing a Captain to have 
received aid to the amount of 4,000 rupees, and his payments to 
the fund to amouDt to 3,700, he will be debited as far as the amount 
of his minimum, 3,500, which will be considered as balancing tliat 
account, and the 8i)i) rupees remaining will be credited to the new 
mittimum required for the annuitv. 

Lla 



125 MAPRAS. 

(ipquipaMitit allowMiofe tmoepttd), and InMa iteuiliifr are tp Ve 
regulated by the following 

Tahie{D.) 

FVom the 6th clasB, not to exceed one-fifth of thie net aittotint (Payable 

5tb ^ . • do, • • t«vo-tiinth8. •••...• do [from the fnqd* 

4th do.... one-fourth .... ..•• <)o 

3d •.dn,...two-8eveuth4,..« .. do 

2d .• do. ••• one-third. • • do 

1st do. • • • two-liftlis do 

for all children. • dn. . . . one-fourth doT 

6. The donation may be paid atonceorby moBtlUyiostalments, 
agreeably to Table A., at the option of the subscriber. If the 
subscriber, however, be promoted during the payment of these 
instalments, be must pay all instalments subsequent to the date 
of that promotion, at the rate of the donation of the higher rank, 

7. Officers on their promotion will be required to pay up the 
amount of donation fixed In table A., on entering eaeh class^ 
agreeably to their condition. 

8. Donation is in no case to be returqed* .. . 

9. All subscribers, as well widowers as bachelors, marrying 
after their admission into the fund, and who may be desirous 
that their widowM or children shall possess claims to the benefits 
of the fund, are required to inform the secretary in India, or 
the.aKenfs of the fund in England, within one montli of the dare 
of their marriage, of that oveut; and the donation shall, in all 
cases, commence with the first pay drawn by tiie subscriber aft^r 
niixrrlagf . A neglect of this rule will subject the subscriber to 
the rule laid down in article 11 of this seetioti ; and If the 
whole amount of donation be not -liquidated within 24 months 
from the date of marriage, the subscriber shall be required 
to pay double the amount, with interest added half-yearly.* 

10. In the event of a married subscriber dying before he has 
reported his marriage, his widow and chihl-ren will have no 
claim upon the fund. But if he flhall have duly reported his 
marriage, and not paid up the whole of his additional donation at 
the period of his death within 24 months, his widow aiid chil- 
dren shall be liable to deduction from tbeii* annuities by ii^aV 
ments. 

U. Any arrear, not sanctioned by the 6th article of this see. 
tion, equal in amount to six muuttis' subscription, shall subjeec 
the subscriber (owing it) to the payment of dcmble the amount 
of the arrear (Unless it shall be made to appear, to the satis- 
faction of the Directors, that such arresir arose from an una- 
voidable accident), and In failure of the payment of the forfej*' 
tures specilied in this and the preceding article (gth) within twelve 
months after it shall be demanded, to the exclusion of himself^ 
and family from the benefits of the fund if admitted prior to the 

* SulMcribers In England who do not receive any pay monthly are by tkia 
rule required ti» make good Uie number of iojiiaiineiiU oue at such time as 
pay is issued to them. 



MItlTARY FUND. 126 

30th April 1823, or If subsequnit, to the exclusion of his family 
aioiie* 

>*2. Subscribers who niMy be lo the actual receipt of any 
periodical aid from the faiid, shall tnt, during such period, be 
ezeniptt^d from the payment of niontiily ttubsK-riptiDU!*. • 

13. Snbscriliers who may he prevented drawini^ pay by a 
temporary cpuise, such as captivity, extended furlough, sus|)ensiou 
from pay, or the like, shall during such period be exempted t'roiu 
the paymeut of monthly subscription without forfeiture of their 
riglits ; but upon the removal of sudb incapacity, and upon the 
receipt of pay^ they shall be required to pay up all arrears due to 
the ^und, within six month's. 

14. Married subscribers having daughters, and desirous tlMtt 
their annuities should be continued to them until marriage 
or death, are required, within ten days from the date of birth of 
each daughter, to notify the same to the secretary, stating whether 
or not it is their intention to pay an additional donation of rupees 
282. — In the former case, the amount will become due to the 
fund from the tenth day after birth, and must be paid within one 
year from the date thereof, failing in which the annuity will cease 
on the daughter's attaining the age of twenty-obe. Subscribers 
in reporting payment of the donation are to state the Christian 
name and date of birth of the daughter for whom paid. — A post- 
humous daughter, or a daughter whose father may die before pay- 
n^eut of the donation as above, will be entitled to the advantage 
of this regulation, but the prescribed donation for her will be 
deducted from her annuity at the rate specified in Table D.; and 
in the case of a daughter born in Europe or elsewhere, while the 
father is in India, the report must be made as soon as the event 
comes to his knowledge, the cause of the delay being explained at 
the time. 

15. The like option is extended to subscribers admitted under 
the provisions of .\rticle 2d, Section 1st, having daughters boru 
anterior to their admission, for whom the above sum of rupees 
282 is to be paid with compound interest at 8 percent., calculated 
from their date of birth, within ione year from the date of such 
subscriber's admission. 

16. To obviate the inconvenience which might be occasioned 
by the neglect of article 14th, suhscribers may, if they prefer ir, 
notify to the secretary their wish to avail them!>elve8of the rule for 
all daughters who may be born to them. In this case the daugh- 
ters will be entitled to benefit, the donation for each becoming 
due and payal>le as before explained. The birth of a daughter 
must be notified to the secretary within a year. 

17. (Officers retired on half-pay, or on Lord Olive's Fund, shall 
pay full subscription notwithstanding, according to their rank 
and condition ; and they are accordingly required to continue the 
same towards their respective maximum, or failing so to do, and 
preferring the payment of half subscription only, tlieir families at 
their death will be entitled only to half the benefit derir able from 
the fund. 

Ll3 



12T MADRAS. 

Seetkm Mh'^BeueJlU deriouhUfirvm ike Fund. 

1. The benefits derrvable from the fund art two-foH.^ Ist. 
Such as are granted by the regulations to subscribers white living.' 
2d. Such as are granted to the whlows and legitimate children of 
deceased subscribers* 

2. The benefits granted to subscribers wliile alive are considered 
personal, and subject to the decision of the directors for the time 
being ; who will be guided In tlieir decision on each claim bj the 
regulations of the fund, except when they have reason to entertain 
doubts with respect to any such claim. It will, in such cases, be 
their duty to call for further information from the claimant; and 
if this information should not be satisfactory to the directors, 
they are authorized to withhold the payment of the claim until 
the pleasure of the army at large be known, to whom the case 
wilt be immediately referred. 

3. Eligible individuals^ who may have applied to the secretary 
for permission to subscribe within six months after their admis- 
sion on the establishment, will be entitled at any time to the 
benefits of the fund. 

4. A subscriber of the rank of captain, who may proceed to 
Europe on sick certifioate, in conformity to the regulations of the 
army, and who may not be allowed passage-money from Govern- 
ment, shall be authorized to apply to the military fund for the 
passage-money regulated for his rank, viz. Capt R«. 1,400; pro- 
vided his application shall be accompanied by a solemn declara- 
tion upon honour, that he does not possess the sum of Co.*8 Rs. 
1,500, or property of any description equal in amount thereto. 
Passage-money is not allowed to field officers, except on loan. 

5. A subs4:riher under the rank of field oflScer, who may have 
so proceeded to Europe, shall also be entitled, on his return to 
India, to receive from the agents in England the sum regulated 
for the outward passage, viz. Capt. £\\0; Subaltern ;^95, on the 
production of a solemn declaration upon honour, that he does 
nut possess the means of paying for the same. 

6. A subscriber, of whatever rank, proceedini; to Europe 
on sick certificate shall be entitled for his equipment to a sum 
not exceeding Co.*s Rs. 200, and if married, in addition thereto, 
to Rs. 200 for his wife, and Rs. 100 for each child, his application 
being accompanied by a solemn declaration upon honour, that he 
does not possess, if a subaltern, the sum of G).'s Rs. 1,000, a 
captain, Rs. 1,500, or a field officer. Rh. 2,000, or property of 
any description equal in amount thereto; but no allowance will 
in any case be niade for equipment to a subscriber returning t6 
India. 

7. Subscribers being subalterns proceeding to England on sick 
certificate, who shall make a solemn declaration upon honour that 
they possess no other income beyond the regulated pay of their 
rinik, exclusive of any wound pension, shall be allowed the sam 
of ;6f21. 7u 6d, per annum for a lieutenant, and ;^44. 3s. 9d for 
a cornet, second lieutenant, or ensign^ commencing from the 



MILITARY FUND, 128 

dat« of arrival in England, continaing so long as they shall lie 
in receipt of pay there, and ceasing from the date of embarkation 
to return to India. — ^The declaration to be renewed half-yearly.. 

8. Income allowance to siclc subaltern officers at lioroe will be 
increased to such officers as are married, or to widowers having 
offspring, as follows: j^20 for his wife, and j^lO per annum for 
each of his children. The latter allowance, however, to be rep 
duced in the case of a plurality of children, in the manner pre- 
scribed by the 19th article of this section ; provided, however, that 
snch additiobal aUowance for the whole JamUy never exceed 
;f 48. lbs, A captain of artillery, engineers, or infantry, in like 
manner, being at home on sick certificate with a family ^ will be 
entitled to a similar allowance for his family^ provided he make 
the declaration upon honour, prescribed for subalterns. Captaiot 
of cavalry are not entitled to income allowance. 

9. Subscriliers proceeding to Kni;land on sick certificate con- 
formably to the regulations, from any place not under the Presi- 
dency of Fort St. George, shall be entitled to the personal benefits 
which have been above enumerated, provided they shall have 
complied with the local regulations, and shall make immediate 
communicatioto of the circumstances to the directors of the fund*. 

10. The persdnalbeuefits above enumerated are issuable in one 
instance only ; but if a subscriber cannot take up the whole of the 
benefits on the first, he may do so on a future occasion of returning 
sick to Europe, but only to llie eitent that he would have been en- 
titled to in the first instance ; and if the personal lienefits be en- 
quired a second time^ 'they will be granted only on loan under the 
regulations established in the 5th section — that is to say, a sub- 
scriber having once proceeded to Europef on the fund, has no 
further claim to gratuitous aid. 

!!• The second class of benefits (namely, those granted to 
widows and children of deceased subscribers) are alM>olute, not 
dependant on the decision of the directors, but controlled solely 
by the regulations of the institution. 

12. The widows and legitimate children of deceased subscribers, 
shall be entitled to receive the annuities specified in the annexed 
Taule E., provided they shall have paid up, previous to their de- 
cease, the minimum required by section 2d ; but in ca^es whetv tiie 
minimum may not have been paid up, the annuities of the widows 
and children will be subject to a deduction, in the proportion 
specified in Table D., until snch minimum may have been made 
good, when the annuities will be paid in full. 



129 



MADRAS. 



(E.) TalUihewing the Amaunt of PensUmt to H^dam* during tknr 
fJM^mhood^ undto Children of each Clan and Condition. 



1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 

5. 
ft. 



1. 
2. 
3. 



U 
2. 
3. 



Description of AnnnitanU« the Wldowt according to the 
Reglinentiil Rank of their Hoabandst the Children accord- 
ing to their A^e and the Par^tt th^ have lo«t. 



Pevaion pay* 
able by the 

MiliUryFund 
in Bngland; 



Ofa Colonel •••• 

Lienteiiant Colonel, and Member of the Medical 
Board . • , • 

Major, Chaplain of 10 years' 8taiidinK>and Saperin- 
tending SorgeoD 

Captain, Chaplain under 10 years' standing, and 
Suneeon.. ..'.••« 

Lieutenant and Assistant-SurgVon 

Comet, 2d->Ueutenaot, and Ensign 

ChUdna having 4a»i am Parent, 

Under 6 years of age 

Between 6 and 12 years ni age 

Above 12 until 21 for boys, and for girls for whom 
the donation may not have been paid ••••«•.. 

CkUdnn having latt hoth PartMi9. 

Under 6 years of age • 

Between 6 and 12 years of age 

Above 12 until 21 for boyn, and for girls for whom 
the donation may not have been paid 



£. *. d. 

235 18 9 

208 15 

181 11 3 

136 17 6 

102 3 9 

81 15 



20 
30 

40 



30 
45 

60 



N. B. Girls for whom the douaiion laid down in Art. 14, 
Sec. II., may have been paid will be entitled to a continnance of 
their pension until marriage or death, according to their condition 
in regard to parents. This regulation applies only to those girh 
born subsequent to I5th October 1822; all those l>om prior to 
that period are entitled to the same privilege without paymeut 6i 
donation. 

Provided that nothing contained herein, or in any other part of 
these Roles of the Institution, shall be considered to entitle to the 
benefits of it, any widow who may lia^e been legally divorced or 
separated from her liui>hand, for adultery ; or who at the peiiod 
of her husband's demise may ha^'e quitted liis protection, and be 
living in a state of notorious adultery, though not divorced or 
separated from him by law; or wliosuln>eqiieiitly to her husband's 
derease may be living in a notorious state «>f incontinence. 

13. The pension to boys may be anticipated by the parents or 
guardians at any time after such boys shall have attained their 
fifteenth year, at their then present value, as shewn in the follow- 
ing Table P., the parents or guardians granting a sufficient 
acquittance for the same ; and such payment of anticipated peneioB 
will preclude any subsequent demand for pension, except when the 



MILITARY FUND. , 180 

pension may have been aoticipated during tljc lifetime of tite 
mother, and that ihedies afterwards before the boy has completed 
hi8 2l8t year, io which case he shall be eutitled to the difference 
of the sums opposite his age at the time of his mother's death for 
tlie £40 or (Ue £60 aianuities» iii India or in Eogiimd respectively* 
as the case may be.* 

(F.) T*blt ^pfeteni Fmlue of •mtie^uted AmmUiet due te Boyt 
Mwten the Age$ qf 15 and 21 years, OMthey nwy bepayttbU m 
England or in fitdia reipeethely. 




1=1 = 

36 



Years. 
15 
15} 
16 
16A 
17 
17* 
18 
184 
19 

20 



§i 



- ^s 

PJJ 



12 
11 
10 
9 
8 
7 
6 
5 
4 
3 
2 
] 



In India calcahtted at 6 
per Cent* Imcrect per 
Annum. 



4840 An- 

1Mity»b«viilK 

one Parent 

IWhig. 



Pr. ct. 
3 



£. *. d. 
193 7 
179 13 7 
165 18 2 
151 14 
137 1 
121 16 
106 4 

89 17 

73 2 

55 15 

37 14 

19 4 



jeOOAn. 

nu)ty,beving 

lo»t botb 

Parents. 



£, $. d. 

?89 11 



In Enftland calculated at 
ft per CenulntcreA per 
Annum. 



iP40 An- 

auicy.liafing 

one Parent 

living. 



2b9 10 5 184 14 



£. #. «r. 

198 17 



jCOO An. 

nuity, having 

lost botU 

Parents. 



248 17 2 

227 11 5 

205 12 

182 13 9 

159 7 

134 16 5 

109 13 

83 12 7 

56 11 . 7 

. 28 lj5 2J 



170 7 
155 4 
139 19 
123 19 
108 

91 1 

73 17 

56 6 

38 2 

19 8 



7 
7 
5 
9 


2 

m 
i 

9 
5 



£. #. d, 

298 S 5 

277 2 

255 11 5 

232 16 5 

209 19 9 

185 18 5 

161 19 9 

136 11 9 

110 16 7 

84 10 2 

57 3 7 

{ 29 2 2 



N. U. The irreneni value is invariably to be paid, ander the cir- 
cumstances of the case, as tlie boy may be in Europe or in India 
respectively ; and if the boy die at intermediate periftds between 
;he calculated half-years^ the due propurtiop shall be allowed for 
the broken period. 

14» Ip cases where children may be bereft of both their parents,, 
the gnardiaus of such children will be entitled to receive their 
annnities, on production of the powers investing theui with 
author! tv to act as guardians. 

15. If a widow pensioner on the fund marry, her pension is 
to cease during her coverture ; but in the event of her becomiiig 
again a widow, she 8ball be re-admltted to all the benefits she 
may have enjoyed from the fund during her first widowhood, in 
lilie manner as if she had not re*married. If her second husband 



' * For instadcf, if ft boy in Indiat wbtle bis mother is ltvinir» an- 
tieipafes bis annuity at tbe age af 16, hi* will receive «£16'5. iVs. Sd. 
only; but if his mother die when be is 19» be will then have to 
receive the dtffi;r«>nca between ^73.is.an(l^^i09. 1.i«««or.^36« lis.. 
In udUition to the sum before paid to him. 



]3X MADilAS. 

iball a]fo have been « snlMcriber to tlie fuud, ttit* widow will 
receive, however, ool) one auuuity, takiiiK that which may he 
greatest, that is to say, according to the rauk of the dnt or secuiid 
husband, whichever may have heen the higher. 
' 16. Every widow beoedting by the Military Fund, and not pro- 
rided with a passage to Europe at the expense of Government, 
shall be entlilcd (for ooe pass;ige only) to the allowance — viz, 
oolcMiels, lieiitenant*colouelSy and majors, Rs. 1,500; captains, 
aubalterns, Rs. 1,200—- on her making a solemn declaration upon 
honour tliat she does not pos8e>8 the meaoN of defraying the rx« 
pense of her passage, provided she proceeds tii Europe within five 
years from the date of her husband's decea;»e. 

17. The passaite-muncy for children proceeding to Europe is 
fixed as follows, m. to an orphan having lost one parrot 
Iti. 250, to each additional orphan, up to rlie number of four, 
Rs. 250, which shall form the maximum payment to any ooe 
family of children which have lost their father only ; to an orphan 
having lost both parents, Rs, 700 ; to two orphans, Rs. 1,200, to 
three or more orphans, Rs. 1,500. 

18. The half-yearly application uf a widow for her annuity, 
is to be accompanied by a solemn declaration upon honour that 
she continues unmarried. 

19. A widow having more than one child, shall have deducted 
from the aggregate of her children's annuity l-20th part of one 
child's annuity (taken on the average of all their annuities) for the 
second child ; 2- 20th for the third child; 3-20th for the fourth^and 
so on for any number she may have above one ; as that, for instance, 
supposing a subscribing major to leave a widow and six children 
(two in each class), she will have to receive from the food for 

herself £181 U S 

For her six children j^l80 

Les8l5-20thof;^30 or 22 10 

— ~ 157 10 

;f339 1 3 



Section 1 V^^EventtuU Ben^t of the Fund. 

1. Independent of the benefits which have been recited, tlie 
fund b considered as holding out the prospect of eventual benefits 
under the following circumstances. 

2, If at any future period it shall be found that the funds of the 
institution afford a considerable surplus, after providing for tt^e 
actual and probable applications for relief under tlie preceding 
articles, It shall then, and not otherwise, be competent for the 
directors of the institution, as the permission ut the Hon. Court 
of Directors has been obtained, to afford the aid of the fund io 
the following case, vts. to subscribers compelled by ill-health to 
abandon the country after ten years' servicei and before therarc 
entitled to retire on full pay, the regulated passage-mouey of their 
rauk, and an annuity which shall render their total Income, fi'oui 
whatcTer source derived, equal to the full pay of their rauk. 



MILITARY FUND. 132 

3. If at any future period it shall be found that the funds of 
the iiistitutiuu afford a considerable surplus, afrer providing for the 
)ictuai and probable applications for relief under the preceding 
articles, it shall then, and not otherwise, be eompetent for the 
directors of the institution, provided the permission of the Hon. 
Court of Directors he obtained, to afford the aid of the fund In 
the following cases:-— 1st. To officers who may have served twenty- 
two years in India, and may be obliged by ilUhealth to retire from 
the service, without ii&ving obtained the rank of major, the re- 
gulated passage-money of their rank, and such assistance from 
the fund as will render their whole income, from whatever source 
derived, equal lo the pay of major.— 2d. In the event of a still further 
surplus, it shall be competent for the directors of the Military 
Fund, at their discretion, to assist officers retiring trom the service 
on lull pay in limited circumstances, with a sum equal to the 
regulated passage- money of their rank ; provided always, that the 
resignation of such officer shall actually have been accepted pre- 
viously to his embarkation. 

I * 

Section V.«-Xoafu* 

1. Subscribers who shall hdve subscribed to the fund for a period 
sot less than eight years, shall he entitled to loans under the 
following circumstances : 

2. A subscriber being desirous to send his wife and children, or 
either of them, to Europe, shall be allowed, should the state of 
the funds admit it, a loan equal to the amount of 20 months' sub- 
•istence of the rank he then holds, provided he shall have pre- 
Tionsly deposited with the directors an irrevocable order, engaging 
to repay the amount so borrowed, with interest at 8 per cent.^ 
within twenty-two months immediately succeeding the date of the 
advance. He shall also be required to deposit for the ultimate 
security of the fund, a personal bond, in which he shall be joined 
by two securities, to be approved by the directors, and assignment 
00 any property he may possess. 

3. in like nianuer, a similar loan will be allowed to a subscriber 
In India under the ssme conditions, whenever he may be desirous 
that his wife and children, or either of them, should return to 
^1m. 

4. A subscriber proceeding to England on sick certificate with 
his wife and children, shall be authorized to apply for the re- 
j^ulated passage-money for such wife and children* to be advanced by 
the Military Fund as a loan. Such loan, however, cati only be 
advanced upon the personal bond of the subscriber, including two 
sureties to be approved by the directors. The amount to be repaid 
with Interest at 8 per cent, within two years after the subscriber's 
return to India, provided he may have attained the rank of cap., 
.tain, otherwise within two years after he shall have attained that 

rank, and the sureties to be bound to make good any balance or 
deficiency, in the event of the subscriber's ceasing to be a member 
of tl^e fund before the bond is discharged. « 



183 MADRAS. 

Section VU — General Regulo^ns (ettraett), 

14. When any uew regtiUtion sluiU appear to the directors to be ad- 
visable, such regulation shall be cireuiated to corps ^r consideratioo. 
< 15. If any subscriber or claiaiaut on the fund sliali be desii'ooa 
to appeal from the decision of the directors to thai of the sul^ 
scribers at larf^, upon any subject whicli may not be sptcifiralijr 
defined by the regulations, svcb appeal, provider! it be approved 
by three directors, shall be referred and decided upon in the mwk- 
ner prescribed in the prccedanx artidle, and the decision shall be 
final in all ca^es whatever, any further agitation of the question, 
by process of law or otherwise, being deemed in itself to be «a 
absolute forfeiture of all claim on the fund. 

1 6. When a reference shall be made to tlie itubscribers at large* 
respecting either a proposed regulation or an appeal, tlie result <of 
such reference aliaU be coiumimioaied to ooripi for the infonnatioii 
of xuluicribers, 

17. In order to prevent litigation respecting the disposition of 
this institution, it shall be required that every application for the 
benefit of the fund shall be accompanied by an obligation of tlie 
party appiyinir to conform and submit to the decision of the 
director?^ 4ind of a majority of the army, in cases which admit a 
reference to the general suffrage. 

18. Generally, all payments due from the fund are to be made 
half-yearly, on tite 30th June and on the 31st December; but in 
caseH when pensioners or claimants on the fund are about to embark 
for Kurope, all arrears are to be pi»id up to the latest date practicable. 

19. Any arrear which may be due to the fund by a subscribei*^ 
or by an anuniiant who may have received an over-payment, loan^ 
or advance, shall in all cases be dt ducted from the first payments 
to be made from the fund to the person owing such arrear. 

20. All income derived from the Madras Military Fund is de. 
dared to be unalienable ; and t}:e fact of attempting the alienation 
of such income, in any mamier or under any pretence, hhall he 
deemed in itself a forfeiture of all future benefits from the fund. 

21. Disniission from the service shall he in all cases considered 
a forfeiture of all claims on the fund, and of all subscriptions 
already paid ; but temporary suspension from rank or pay is not to 
be considered a forfeiture of such claims, provided the subscript 
tion be continued during such suspension .; or if the subscription 
be discontinued, provided the arrears so arising, and interest on 
the amount, shall be paid up within a period equal to that of the 
suspension, and immediately succeeding it. 

22. If a subscriber who may be dismissed from the service by a 
court-martial or otherwise, shall afterwards be restored to the 
service, he i'hall be re<>admissible to the fund, on payment of the 
arrears that may have accumulated, with interest thereon, in the 
same manner as if he had suffered only temporary suspension. 

23. All property belonging to the Military Fund at any period 
shall be invariably vested in the Hon. Company's securities, 

24. When Interest may be chargeable according to these regula- 
tions, either on sums receivable or payable by the Military Fund in 



MILITARY FUND. 184 

nccouut with »Qh9cribers to that fund, or their families or represeu- 
ratives, that hiterest shall be ahvavs csilculated at the rate of 
eight per cent, per annum. 

25. Tiie Honorable Court of Directors having made It ohlisratory 
on Cadets add Ciiaplaiiis to become members of the Military 
Fund, it will be the duty of the Secretary to communicate to e:«ch 
Cadet and Chaplain, entering the service, that his name has bi'eu 
enrolled on thf List of Sui)8criber8, in conformity with the con- 
dition of hi.s appointment ; at the same time requiring the parties 
to state whether they arc married or not, when the Secretary will 
inform them the amount of donation they wilt be required to pay, 
sucfi communication to be made on the promulKatiou of the order 
admitting any Cadet or Chaplain into the service. 

26, The management of the affairs of the fnnd in England 
shall be conducted by a committee of twenty-four officers, sub- 
scribers resident in chat country, of whom three to form a 
quorum. 

29. It shall be part of the duty of the agents to furnish every 
cadet and chaplain, on his application, with a printed copy of 
the regulations of the fund, and every information requisite relative 
to the existence and objects of the institution. 

33. With the view of securing the fund against decay and ulti- 
mate failure, the original intention in regard to donation shall be 
strictly adhered to, namely, that the donations paid by officers be 
" for the jmrjyose of forming a capital,** and that the subscriptions 
of officers, the Company's donation, the interest on the capital, 
and all other profits, be alone aTaiiable to defray the expenses of 
the fnnd, and the books and accounts of the fund shall be kept 
to that e^ect. 

34. Should the subscriptions of officers, the Company's donation, 
the interest on the capital, and all other profits available to defray 
the expenses of the fund, fall short of the demands upon it, so 
that the total amount of the former will not defray the amount of 
the annuities and other claims, then it shall be in the power of the 
directors to make a proportionate deduction, according to Table 
D., from the annuities of all widows and children, until the state 
of the fund shall afford the means of complete payment. 

.35. The secretary shall lay before the directors, at the regular 
monthly meeting in November each year, an estimated state of 
the fund for the current year ; and the directors having taken the 
same into consideration, shall declare what deduction, if any, 
may be required on annuities for the ensuing year, on the prin- 
ciple of the preceding article. 



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135 MADRAS. 

MADRAS MEDICAL FUND, 

Established 1807. 
TrnsUes. 



R. Sladen 
C. Currie 
H. S. Fleming, M.D. 



G. Harding 
G. W. Davidson 
J Lawder 



Seereimry, George Harding. 
Agents in Europe, Messrs. Fletclier, Alexauder, and Co, 

The objects of the fund are : 

1. To afford pensions to the widows and legitimate children of 
medical officers who are subsciibers to the fund ; to assist medical 
officers, being subscribers, when obliged to proceed to Europe in 
consequence of ill-health; and to afford to the senior members 
of the Medical Establishment, when subscribers, and retiring 
from the service, annuities for life, under certain limitations, 
and depending on the state of the funds. 

2. To the widows of all surgeons and of assistant-surireon« 
of 15 years* standing in the fund, the annual sum of Rs. 2,000 is 
granted ; and to the widows of all other assistant-surgenus, the 
sum of Rs. 1,400 per annum ; provided, in both case:*, the coutri- 
butions, which vary with the a^e of the parties, have been such 
as are required to secure the foregoing/itf/ rates of pension. 

3. The option is aff'orded, however, to members, when it may 
be inconvenient to them to make the necessary payments for the 
full rate, of securing, in the iiame way, the reduced rates of iwo' 
thirds or one-half the established amount of pension. Widows, 
who are pensioners on the fnn<i, forfeit their stipends during the 
period of re-marriage, hut become again entitled to them in cases 
of subsequent widowhood. 

4. To the legitimatechildren of deceased subscribers, under cir- 
cumstances entitling them to assistance from the fund, pen- 
sions are granted at the following rates, viz. : 

To a child under two years of age, Rs. 180 ; from the age of 
two to seven years, Rs. 270 ; from seven to eleven years, Rs. 340 ^ 
from 11 to 18 years, Rs. 620; and to girls from 18 to 21 years, 
Rs. 620. 

5. By a separate payment, however, the option is afforded of 
securing the pension of Rs. 620 to male children, for the extended 
period, until they attain the age of 21 years ; and to female chil- 
dren, from 21 years to death or marriage. It is not imperative 
on members to subscribe for all their children, and in respect to 
those for whom they may subscribe, they have the option of se* 
curing, as in the case of wives, the reduced rates of either ttvo- 
tfdrds or one^half the established amount of pension. 

6. To subscribers who find it necessary from ill-health to goto 
Europe, and who procure the necessary certificate to obtain the 
sanction of Government for that purpose, such assisraoce is 
afTordedy as shall enable a surgeon to expend the anai»l sum of 



MEDICAL FUND. 136 

tlii«e bumlred pounds sterling, and an as8istaDt-sar«reon the 
annual sum of two hundred pounds sterling, for a period in each 
case not exceeding three years, and for one term only ; the allow- 
ance granted to a surgeon, who h not in the receipt of any income 
from private property, being Rs. 948. 4. 6, and to an assistant-sur- 
geon, similarly circumstanced, Rs. 712.0.6. 

7. To subscribers retiring from the service, annuities for life 
of Rs. 3,500 are granted, according to seniority in the fund list ; 
two being issued annually in addition to a small annuity of 
Rs. 1,750, to which a member retiring from the scrviceon account 
of certified ill-health has a prior claim. 

8. The following are the forms of certificates required on arf- 
mission to the fund. 



/, J.B.t as$i$tant surgeon on the Madra$ ettablithmentt do berehit tleclar* 
en oatkt that my age at the tine of admisniom on the e$tablishment did not ex- 
ceed fttrty.Jive yean; and that to the be$t qf my knowledget I amfreejrom any 
diuate which endangert my Itfe, or renderi me ineligible to become a member of 
the Medical Fund. (Signed) 

Sworn b^ore me, at \ 



ikit day qf 



We hereby declare on oath, that we are (^opinion, that Mr, Jtrittant Surgeon 
UJrte from any di%ea»e which endangeti hi$ l\fe, or rendert him ineli' 



i( 



gible tobeu member qf the Medical Fund, 

iTo be atte$tedby two medic^ men,) 
Sworn b^ore me, at \ 

thit day of f 

9. On Marriage, a certificate is required that the subscriber 
does not then labour under any disease endangering his life." To 

be attested by two medical officers of Her Majesty's or the Hon. 
Company's Service, if in India ; or, if elsewhere, by the Surgeon 
or Physician of a Public Hospital, and by his usual medical atten- 
dant. 

10. All further information respecting the Fund is to be ob- 
tained at the agents'^ Messrs. Fletcher, Alexander, Si Co., King's 
Arms Ya'd, Colenan Street, London. 



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137 



MADRAS. 



DISTANCES FROM MADRAS. 



Britidi Miles 

Adoni, N. W 310 

Ahtoor 180 

Ajmcre, N. N. W 1.172 

Agra, N 1338 

Allahabad, N 1151 

AUeppce 470 

Amedabad, N. W 1050 

Anantapore 293 

Arcot, W. S. W 71 

Arnee , 81 

Aurungabad , N. W 690 

Avanashy 289 

Azimghur 12.20 

Backergunge 124O 

Balasore 922 

Banda ..1102 

Bancapore, W. N. W. . . . 41 6 
Bandamalanka, N. N. £. <368 

Bangalore, W S05 

Bareilly 1329 

Barrackpore 1079 

Beder, N. N. W 470 

Bednore, W. 445 

Belgaum 510 

Bellary, N. W 316 

Benares, W ii5i 

Berhampour, N. N. W. , . 682 

Bezoarah 275 

BimUpatam 518 

Bisnagur, N. N. W 380 

Bombay, N.W 763 

Broach, N.W 947 

Burdwan ....lOOe 

Cabul, N. N. W 2134 

Calcutta 1002 

Calicut, W. S. W 418 

Calberga, N. W 422 

Cambay, N. W 998 

Candy (Ceylon) 576 

Cannauore, W. S. W. ... 419 

Canoge, N 1141 

Carangooly, S. W 49 

Caroor , 258 

Cashmere, N. N. W.. . . . 1882 

Cawnpore 1200 

Cuttack, N.E 815 

Chandegherry, W. N. W. 91 

Chatterpour, N ^75 

Cheitore, N.N. W. . . . . . io65 

Chicacole, N. N. W. . . 567 
Cliingleput, S . W a6 



Briiish MUet 
Chittledroog, W. N. W. . 343 

Chittoor 96 

Chunar «... luo 

Cochin •...• 437 

Columbo (Ceylon) 504 

Comercolly 11 97 

CotampuUy 359 

Combatore, S. W 315 

Cumbum, N. N. W 223 

Combaconum, S. S. W. . 179 
Comorin Cape, W. S.W. . 440 

Condapilly, N 2 85 

Conjaverara, W. S. W. . . 46 

Corah, N IO80 

Cuddalorc, S. S. W iio 

Cuddapah, N. W «, j 66 

Calmacherry, W. N. W. . 115 

Daeca i25o 

Delhi, N 1372 

Deyrah Dhoon 1492 

Dharwhar 468 

Dhangor 424 

Dinapore 1337 

Dindigul,S.W 270 

Dowlatabad, N. W 655 

Ell ich pour, N. N. W 736 

EUore, N 315 

Errode 253 

Etawah 133 1 

Galle, Point de (Ceyloo) 576 

Ganjam, N. N. E 699 

Ghooty, N. W 262 

Goa, S.S. W 573 

Golconda, N. N. W 358 

Gopauipore •.... 689 

Guntoor, N. 355 

Gurramconda, W. N. W. 149 

Gwaiior, N 1 164 

Haraeerpore 1142 

Honore 546 

Hurroor 177 

Hurryhur, W. N. W. . . . 393 

Hydrabad, N. N. W 398 

Indore, N. N. W 97 

Ingeram, N. N. E 374 

Innacondah, N. • 3d7 

Jaulnah 651 

Juggurnauthy N. E 700 

Kamptee • 73a 

Kirkee 670 

Kurnool 989 



TABLE OF DISTANCKS. 



Bri/iih Miiet 

Kurnaul 1477 

Lahore, N. N. W. ..*... 107i 

MadapoUum, N 327 

Madura, S. S. W 2P2 

Mangalore, W 4^0 

Masulipatam, N. N.E. .. 285 

Mirzapore, N WiA 

Moor:,hedabad, N. E. . .. 1 1;)8 

Muctul o 349 

Mysore, W 390 

Nacricul 329 

Naggery, W. N. W. . . . . "^ 7 

Nagore, S 1 82 

Nagpoor, N 713 

Narsingapatam, N. E. . . . 7 10 

Neermul 530 

Negapacam, S I87 

Ncllore, N. N. W Ill 

NowgHum . • / 732 

Nundedroog, W 1 96 

Oogein, N. N. W , 1009 

Oolunderpct , 131 

Oossoor 200 

Ootacamund 338 

Ongole,N 189 

Oude, N 12J8 

Palamcottah, S. S. W. .. 390 

Pa'averam 11 

Patiia, N. NsE 1299 

Paulghaatcherry, S. W.. 346 

Paniput 1428 

Ponany 404 

Pondichcrry, S. S. W. . . . 98 

Poonah, N. W 067 

Poonamallce, W. S. A\.. 12 

Poondy 624 

Port Nova 129 

Pondigul 286 

Pubna l'2io 

Purneatb 1 302 

PuHcai...T 30 

Quilon 454 

Rachorc,N. W 349 

Rajahmundry , N 373 

Ramcad 331 

Raolcondah, N. W 382 

Ramapatam 137 

Rhotuck 1422 

Ragapore •• . • 350 



138 

Brltlth MiUs 

Rungpore 1322 

Ruttumpore, N. N. E. . . . 906 

Ryacottah, W. S. W 179 

Salem, S. W 217 

Saharanpore 1477 

Sadrafl 58 

Samulcottah 399 

Saugor 904 

Sankerrydroog, S. W,... 245 

Sattarab, N. W 609 

Secuuderahad 398 

Seringapatani, W 281 

Sedashegur 004 

Serampore < 1081 

Shahjehanpore 1320 

Shcaliy 150 

Shergotty 1258 

Serah 289 

Sirsah 1548 

Shahabad 1307 

Sholapore 534 

Siccacoliam, N 207 

Sindy, or Taita, N. W. . 1467 

Sirong, N. N. W 905 

St. Thomas's Mount • • . • 8 

Surat, N. W 908 

Sulatoo 1577 

Sylhet 1395 

Tanjore, W. S. W 212 

Tellichcrry, W. S. W. . . . 411 

Timerycottah, N 291 

Tinncvelly, S.S.W 390 

Toomkoor 256 

Turalook 1034 

Trincomallee (Ceylon) • . 426 

Trivandrum 481 

Tranquebar, S. • 168 

Trichinopoly, S. S. W., 209 

Tripassore, W 30 

Tuiacorin, S. S. W 494 

Vcllore, W 86 

Visiapore, N. W 534 

Vizagapatam, N. N. E. . . . 501 

Vencatagherry 132 

Yizianagram 523 

Wallajahbad, S. W 38 

Warangolc, N 414 

Yelwall 293 



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139 MADRAS. 

LIST OF CIVIL SERVANTS 

IVho have retired upon the Company s Annuity Fund. 

MADRAS ESTABLISHMENT. 
Names* 

1 842 Anderson, Wm. Bens'ey 

1843 Angelo, A. E. 
1833 Babington, John 
1838 Baskervillc, H. 

1833 Bayard, Robert 

1842 Campbell, Alex. Duncan 
1887 Casamaijur, James A. 

1843 Clerk, Robert 

— Clive, Robert Herbert 

1829 Cole, Hon, Arthur Henry 

1830 Cotton, John 

1843 Cotton, C. R. 
1841 Crawley, Ambrose 

1835 Cunliffe, Brooke 
1820 Go wan, George 

1837 Graeme, Henry S. 

1844 Grant, Robert 
1832 Gwatkin, John 

1830 Hadow, George John 

1840 Haig, James 

1832 Hill, David 
"^840 Hudleston, William^ 

1841 Hudlestone, A. F. 

1831 Hyde, Charles 

I83g Macdonell, iEncas R. 

1841 Macleod, John M^Pherson 

1834 Montgomerie, William 

1842 ■ , Hugh 

1833 NcwDham, Thomas 
1S30 Nicholls, Solomon 
1831 Ogilvie,J. H.D. 

1842 , Geo. Macartney 

1836 Oliver, William 

1840 Paske, John Bensley Graham Page 
1828 Powncy, Edward 

1838 Roberts, C. 

— Russell, G. E. 
1833 Sheffield, William 
1830 Smalley, Edward 

1835 Stokes, John 

1841 Sullivan, John 
1833 Taylor, J am es 

1840 Tumbull, John George 

1843 Wheatley, I homas Uandall 
1826 Wilson, Alexander 

1634 Woodcock, E. Humphrey 

DEATH**. 

Bannerman, Edward, 20 Apr. 1844. 
Kindersley, Nath. Wm. 3 Dec. 



MADRAS. 

LIST OF RETIRED OFFICERS. 

MADRAS ESTABLISHMENT. 



140 



Namei, 


Rank. 


Date Rttirt. 


Abdy, James N. 


Lieut. Colonel 


21 


May 844 


Adam, John 


Surgeon 


90 


July 830 


Aislabie, Rev. W. I. 


Chaplain 


9 


Sept. 834 


Aitkin, James 


Surgeon 


1 


Apr, 833 


Alldritt, John 


Captain 


19 


Apr. 838 


Alves, Chas. Geo. 


Lieut. Colonel 


17 


June 841 


-, Nathaniel 


Do 


10 


Sept. 841 


Anderson, Alexander 


Major 


3 


Mar. 823 


, W. S. 


Suigeon 


1 


Feb. 839 


, Robert 


Do 


3 Jan. 837 


Aunesley, Sir James^ Knt.. 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


18 


Jan. 838 


Ardagh, John R. 


Major 


1 


Sept. 832 


Ashley, Francis Busteed 


1st Lieut. 


12 


July 841 


Atkinson, Henry, M. D. 
Austen, Nathl.S. 


Surgeon 


8 


Feb. 834 


Captain 


24 


Apr. 834 


Babington, G. K. 


Major 


31 


Miir. 833 


Badddey, C. H. 


Captain 


93 


Apr. 832 


Baikie, Robert, M.D. 


Surgeon 


31 


July 844 


Baillie, Alexander 


Lieut. Colonel 


6 


Jan. 810 


Baker, William T. 


Do 


7 


Aug. 829 




Lieutenant 


3 


Sept. 818 


— — , Benjamin 


Major 


b 


Sept. 829 


Balfour, D. W. 


Lieutenant 


23 


Sept. 837 


Balmain, Fletcher N. 


Captain 


9 


Jan. 820 


— , Alexander 


Lieut. Colonel 


6 June 830 


Barclay, Peter 


Major 


90 


Feb. 832 


Barker, >Ien. Francis 


Captain 


2 


Sept. 835 


Barlow, VVilliam 


Lieutenant 


3 


Sept. 821 


Bay ley, James 


Major 


24 


July 829 


Beauchamp, Mayrice 


Captaiu 




Aug. 830 


BcU^ Charles Wm. 


Do 


8 


Apr. 815 


^-, George Hamilton 


Assist. Surg. 


95 


Jan. 830 


— , James T. 


Do 




Oct. 837 


— , Alexander 


Lieutenant 


92 


Apr. 817 


, Jas. Geo B. 


Captain 


8 


June 841 


Best, Chas. Henry 


Do 


80 


July 842 


Bcthune, Sir Henry L. Bt. 


Major General 


1 


Sept. 829 


Bevan, Henry 


Major 


25 


Oct. 83; 


Biddle, Thomas 


Do 


4 


Oct. 839 


Bingham, Richard H. 


Captain 


15 


July 844 


Bitley, Hornby 


Lieutenant 


1 


Mar. 842 


Blackman, Edward 


Captain 


97 


Oct. 819 


Blakiston, John 


Do 


98 


July 815 


Blount, Edward 


Lieutenant 




792 


Bonette, John H. 


Major 


6 Aug. 835 


Bonner, JohnG. 


Colonel 


4 


July 829 


Borthwick, William 


Lieut. Colonel 


Jan. 843 


Bourdillon, Robt. Philip 


Captain 


3 


Oct. 841 


Bowen, Charles 


Lieut. Colonel 


6 


June 833 



141 



MADRAS. 



Names, 



Boyn, Geo. Skene 
Boys, Rev. James, M. A. 
Brackenridge, David 
Bradford, Charles 
Bradford, Wm. James 
Briggs, James 
Brook, Charles 
Brown, John, M.D. 
Browne, Frederick 
Buchanan, James 

, Duncan 

Bucke, George 
Burgess, Edward 
Burns, William Nicol 
Burton, John 
Bury, William She} herd 
Butler, Robert 
Cadell, J as. Geo. S. 

, George 
Cadogan, Edward 
Campbell, A. M. 
— — , Robert Calder 

SirJ.N.R.,KCH. 

, Robert Nutter 

Carmichael, Mark Wood 
Oirnac, Sir James R. Bart. 
Carnie, John 
Chalmers, Fred. S. C. 
Channon, James 
Chase, Morgan Charles 
Chauvel, Chas. G.T. 
Christie, James 
Clarke, Samuel 
Close, Robert 
Clubley, James K. 
Combe, Boyce 
Condell, John A. 
Cooper, Leonard 
Cotton, HuKh Calvely 
Court, M. H. 
Cox, Thomas 
Coyle, Henry 
Crawfurd, Arch. 
Croasdaile, Hen.G.S. 
Croft, Stephen W. 
Crosdill, John, C.B. 
Crowther, Carlos 
Cruick«hank, John 
Cabitt, Rev. Geo.Jas.,B a. 
Cuningham, Charles 
Cunninghame, William 
Currie, William 



Rank. 



Date Retire, 



Captain 


4 


July 829 


Chaplain 


6 


Aug. 835 


Surgeon 


6 June 833 


Captain 


11 


Jan.. 836 


Lieut. Colonel 





Apr. 841 


Major .' 


' 24 


Dec. 842 


Lieut. Col. 


19 


May 828 


Surgeon 


1 


Mar. 842 


Lieut. Colonel 


14 


Apr. 817 


Major 


31 


Dec^ 837 


Captain 


6 


Aug. 841 


Surf^eon 


11 


Jan. 840 


Lieutenant 


17 


Sept. «17 


Lieut. Colonel 


19 


Jan. 843 


Surgeon 


18 


Apr. 830 


M^ior 


14 


Jan. 84 1 


Do 


31 


Dec. 837 


Lieutenant 


IS 


Nov. 844 


Lieut. Colonel 


4 


Sept. 827 


Do 


11 


June 8S7 


Captain 


1 


July 838 


Major 


1 


Aug. 839 


Captain 


5 


May 839 


Major 


28 


May 642 


Captain 


1-2 


June 832 


Major 


29 Apr. 822 


Surgeon 


15 


Mar. 805 


Captain 


9 


May 843 


Vet. Surgeon 


14 


Aug. 830 


Major 


9 


Nov. 835 


Captain 


22 


Aug. 838 


Ensign 


2 


Apr. 831 


Lieutenant 


3 


Jan. 842 


Major 


5 


June 8^0 


Do 


31 


July 833 


Captain 


14 


Feb. 825 


Major 


19 


June 834 


Lieut. Colonel 




Jan. 834 


Major 


25 


Mar. 842 


Do 


25 


May 819 


Lieut. Colonel 


9 


Apr. 838 


Major 


25 


May 835 


Lieut. Colonel 


23 


Dec. 839 


Captain 


19 


June 822 


Lieutenant 


22 


Jan. 839 


Lieut. Colonel 


15 


Aug. 82] 


Lieutenant 




817 


Surgeon 


1 


Feb. 835 


Chaplain 


20 


July 841 


Captain 


20 


Mar. 816 


Lieut. Colonel 


29 


June 808 


Surgeon 


5 


Dec. 82] 



RETIRED OFFICERS. 



142 



Names» 



Dalgaims, James 
Dallas, Charles 
Dalmahoy, James 
Dalxiel, John 
Daniell, Francis A. 
Davies, Thomas H. 
Davis, George 
Dean, John 
Dcarsly. W. H. 
Deck, James G. 
DeHavmand,T. F. 
De Montmorency, H.F. 
Dennett, Christopher 
Denton, Rev. Rob. 
Des Voeux, Arthur 
Douglas, John 
Doveton, F. Brickdale 
Drake, William 
Durant, Arthur E. B. 
Duval, L. E. 
Dyce, John Neill 
Dyer, Samuel 
, Edward 
Elsey, William 
Evans, Thomas 
Farquharson> Peter 
Farran, Charles 
Faunce, Edm. B. 
Fenv^ick, William 
Ferrior, Charles 
Fletcher, Philip 
Fosberry, Francis 
Fotheringham, Robt. H. 
Ffancklyn, Edward 
Fraser, Andrew 
French, St. John B. 
Frew, Robert 
Fulton, John * 
Gascoigne, Evelyn John 
Gaupp, Philip 
Geddes, William 
Gibson, George 
Gifibrd, Thomas 
Gilby, Wm. Brown 
Glascock, W. M. 
Godfrey, John Race 
Godley. WiUiam 
Goldie, John 
Goldsworthy, John 
Gomm, James 
Gordon, Alexander 



Rank. 


Date Retire, 


Lieut Colonel 


tl9 Feb. 840 


Brig. General 


ai Sept. 808 


Surgeon 


20 July 840 


Ma.ior 


10 Mar. 801 


Lieut. Colonel 


!28 July 8120 


Mem. Med. Bd 


22 Feb. 836 


Captain 


31 Jan. 838 


Surgeon 


14 May 837 


Ensign 


18 Oct. 833 


Lieutenant 


7 Aug. 837 


Lieut. Colonel 


20 Apr. 825 


Captam 


17 Oct. 832 


Do 


15 Jan. 840 


Chaplain 


15 June 83tf 


Lieutenant 


22 Sept. 813 


Do 


21 Apr. 836 


Captain 


10 Dec. 839 


Major 


81 Jan. 838 


Lieutenant 


7 Jan. 830 


Do 


9 Aug. 830 


Do 


23 Apr. 832 


Superint.Surgeon 


15 Dec. 828 


Captain 


10 Dec. 835 


Do 


15 Nov. 834 


Super. Surgeon 


19 Feb. 829 


Major 


15 Dec. 832 


Do • 


2 Aug. 843 


Captain 


10 Nov. 840 


Do 


12 Feb. 820 


Lieut. Colonel 


17 Feb. 830 


Captain- 


11 Jan. 834 


Captain 


7 June 833 


Major 


7 Oct. 815 


Do 


4 Jan. 839 


Do 


20 Dec. 843 


Do 


Sept. 830 


Captain 


19 July 834 


Major 


24 Feb. 833 


Lieutenant 


9 Mar. 841 


Captain 


18 May 803 


Surgeon 


27 Apr. 835 


Lieutenant 


10 Mar. 833 


Do 




Captain 


31 July 844 


Ensign 


4 Feb. 831 


Major 


10 Feb. 830 


Do 


4 Apr. 829 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


31 Dec. 823 


Major 


22 Jan. 808 


Lieutenant 


19 Feb. 837 


Major 


26 Mar. 832 



143 



MADRAS. 



Nantft. 



Hank. 



Dalt Retire, 



Gordon, R. H. 
Gordon, Robert 
Gould, Alrx. Baring 
Grange, Richard G. 
Grcam, R. R. 
Griffith, George W. 
Groves, Edward 
Hadfield, H. W. 
Haig, William 
Hamilton, Charles 

.W, 

Hammond, James J. 
Hankins, William 
Haliewell, Rev. J., M.A. 
Harding, J. W. 
Harris, William 
Harrison, James 
Harden, R. A. 
Harvey, Henry 

, Percy L. 

Hasker, William Cottrell 
Hatheriey, H. Narcissus 
Hay, Edward 
Heaton, John H. 
Hclc, Wm. Selby 
Heward, Sir Simon 
Heytheusen, H. T. V? 
Hibgame, Edw. 'I'hurlow 
Hitch ins. Hen. Thos. 
Hockley, T. H J. 
Hodges, H. W. 
Holmes, Henry 
— — , Peter 

Hopkinaoo, Sir Chas. , Kt. C.B. 
Horseley, Charles H. 
Horsman, William 
Hough, Rev. James 
Howison, John 
Hudleston, Robert J. 
Hughes, Samuel 
- , Wm. Anthony 

, Fredk. 

Humffreys, Thomas Hen. 
Hunter, Robert 

, Francis 

Hutchison, Rev. James 
Hyde,Thos.Cha.«.Seymour 
liigledew, William 
Inglis, Arch. 
Irving, John, M.D. 
James, Thos. Ried 



Lieutenant 


23 Feb. 833 


Captain 


10 Aug 837 


Lieutenant 


Mar. 840 


Captain 


*i2 May 7Qg 


Assist. Surg. 


g Nov. 836 


Do 


5 Dec. 827 


Captam 


10 Oct. 830 


Do 


3 May 839 


Lieutenant 


10 Dec. 833 


Captain 


31 Dec. 801 


Major 


12 Apr. 834 


Captain 


8 May 832 


Lieut. Colonel 


31 Dec. 831 


Chaplain 


8 Nov. 8dg 


Captain 


12 Apr. 837 


Do 


34 Apr. 810 


Major 


I May 833 


Lieutenant 


30 Nov. 820 


Captain 


28 Nov. 821 


Do 


10 May 820 


Do 


80 Dec. 830 


Lieux. Colonel 


31 Jan. 830 


Colonel 


30 Apr. 814 


Assbt. Surg. 


35 May 830 


Captain 


5 Aug. 835 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


17 June 831 


Captain 


34 June 836 


Major 


13 July 838 


Captain 


12 July 841 


Major 


4 May 833 


Lieut. Colonel 


35 July 838 


Captain 


1 Aug. 821 


Ensign 




Lieut. Colonel 


13 Sept. 820 


Lieutenant 


3 May 839 


Super. Surgeon • 


31 June 828 


Chaplain 


18 Mar. 829 


Major 


12 July 844 


Lieut. Colonel 


31 Feb. 812 


Captain 


.25 Nov. 831 


Surgeon 


31 Dec. 841 


Captain 


12 Nov. 843 


Do 


35 Sept. 841 


Major 


1 Jan. 833 


Do 


39 Apr. 840 


Chaplain 


18 Apr. 831 


Captain 


25 Sept. 835 


Surgeon 


10 Jan. 821 


Lieut. Colonel 


8 Apr. 837 


Surgeon 


18 June 833 


Captain 


4 June 841 



RETIRED OFFICERS. 



144 



Names. 



Rank, 



Jamieson, James 
Jeaffreson,Rev.Chrisc.B.A 
Jefireys, George 
— , John 
Johnston, Chas. B. M. 
Jones, William I. 

, William 

, Theoph. B. 

Joseph, Michael 
Jourdan, Henry George 
Keating, Henry 
Kelly, James A. 
Kennedy, Hugh Alex. 
Ker, James 
Kerr, Archibald 
King, Edward 
Kingston, Strickland 

, Wm. W. 

Kitsunj James 
Kyd, Hugh 
Lacon, J. E. 
Lains:, John 
Lamb, John, M.D. 
Langford, William 
Lan])hier, William Henry 
Laurens, Charles 
Laurie, Rev. G. I. 
Lee, Brice W. 
, George 
Lethbridge Christopher 
Lewis, Kev.Ed W.Page, M .A. 
Ley, John Morgan 
Limoud, Thos. Kennedy 
Lloyd, William 

-, Evan 

l.odington, Henry John 
Low, William 
Lowe, Thomas 
Lushington, R. H. 
Lutwidge, Skefiington 
Lynch, Henry C. 
Lvon, Jamet 
Macartney, John 
MacDowall, Lawrence 
Macfarland, John 
Mackenzie, Arch. R. 

, Duncan H. 
, Wm., AI.D. 



, Charles F. 

Mackintosh, William 

' , Alexander 

Maclaren, Alex. 



Lieutenant 

Chaplain 

Captain 

Surgeon 

Captain 

Lieut. Colonel 

Surgeon 

Captain 

Do 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Lieutenant 
Lieut. Colonel 
Lieutenant 
Lieut. Colonel 

Do 
Ensign 
Lieutenant 
Surgeon 
Major 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Chaplain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Major 

Lieut. Colonel 
Chaplain 
Ueut. Colonel 

Do 
Assist. Surg. 
Captain 

Do 
Lieut. Colonel 
Lieutenant 

Do 
Major 
Captain 
Lieutenant 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Surgeon 
Captain 

Do 
Surgeon 
Lieutenant 
Surgeon 
Major 

Do 



Date Retire, 


8 Feb. 


814 


13 Oct. 


839 


9 Feb. 


818 


30 Sept. 


838 


<J May 


831 


3 Apr. 


835 


23 Jan 


830 


9 July 


834 


2 July 


841 


15 Feb. 


830 


7 Oct. 


833 


13 Jan. 


835 




837 


S3 Jan. 


835 



3 Aug. 840 

Dec. 837 

35 May 814 

30 Feb. 838 

35 do 841 

5 Mar. 836 

July 830 
18 Jan. 833 
33 Feb. 837 
93 Feb. 843 

30 Nov. 839 

38 June 817 

29 Aug. 838 

5 Feb. 8.30 
7 Sept. 838 

2 Jan. 843 

1 Oct. 844 

31 Dec. 842 
a Mar. 840 

35 Apr. 832 

3 Sept. 841 
10 Aug. 842 

9 April 839 

July 840 

833 

39 Mar. 810 
38 July 831 

30 Apr. 810 
5 Oct. 8. J 8 

1 Stpt. 841 
33 Dec. 843 

17 June 8-25 
33 do 830 

1 Apr. 830 

31 July 833 
5 Feb. 815 

30 Sept. 837 

18 Apr. 830 



146 



MADRAS. 



Namti, 



Rank, 



Macleod, William 

Macarthur, Alex. 

Macpherson, Evan 

Mallandaine, J. 

Malkin, Rev. W. 

Malton, James 

Mann, Charles 

Marriott, Charles 

Martin, Stephen 

Maslen, Thos. John 

Massey, Cromwell 

Mathias, Vincent 

Maurice, B. Gillam 

Maxtonc, Charles 

Maxwell, George 

M«Cabe, Charles 

M'Dowall, William 

M* Morris, Samuel 

M*Nab, John Graham 

M'Pheison, Augus. 

Meimardiere, H.J. C. 

Mellor, James 

Meredith, J.J. 

Millingen, Augusms 

Milnes, John 

Mitchell, Hugh 

Mitford, Jos. Geo. 

Moles worth, Lord Vise. 

Molloy, John 

Money, K. C A. 

Montgomerie, Duncan 

MoorCy Matthew S., M.D 
Morgan, Frederick W. 

Morgcll, Robert 
Morison, Richard 

, James 

Mortimer, William 
Murray, Andrew L. 
Nanney, Owen J. E. 
Nash, Henry 
Newman, Charies 
Nicolay,C.W. 
Nottidge, Jer. B. 
O'Brien, Henry 
C*Donnoghue,John J. 
Oliphant, James 
Osborn, Edward 
Otto, Richard B. 
Owen, Charles 

-, John Smyth 

Pace, William N. 
Palmer, John Freke 



Major 
Do 
Do 

Lieut. Colonel 

Chaplain 

Major 

Ltieutenant 

Major 

Lieut. Colonel 

Lieutenant 

Colonel 

Lieut. Colonel 

Surgeon 

Major 

Captain 

Super. Surgeon 

Surgeon 

Do 
Lieutenant 
Licnt. Colonel 
Captain 
Major 

Lieut. Colonel 
Assise Surg. 
Captain 
Lieut. Colonel 
Captain 

Do 

Do 

Lieutenant 

Major 

Surgeon 

Captain 

Lieutenant 

Captain 

Lieut. Colonel 

Surgeon 

Lieut. Colonel 

Lieutenant 

Lieut. Colonel 

Majur 

Lieutenant 

Major 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Major 

Lieut. Colonel * 
Lieutenant 
Assist. Surgeon 
Captain 
Lieiit.Coloncl 



Dait Retire, 



13 June BSe 


10 Oct. 


, 8S8 


10 Jan. 


837 


17 Nov 


. 8d4 




June 833 


] 


1 Sept 


.840 


t 


» June 844 


u 


1 Mar 


. 83V( 


11 


Mar 


. 833 


a; May 


831 


1 


Oct. 


800 


23 


June 


841 


3 


Feb. 


84 J 


17 


Aug. 


8S8 


3 


Jan. 


833 


15 


Jan. 


830 


5 


May 


820 


13 


Feb. 


805 


27 


Oct. 


841 


36 


Aug. 


841 


23 


June 


833 


21 


May 


844 


17 


Mar. 


833 


3 


June 


831 


18 


July 


830 


31 


Oct. 


841 


9 


Mar. 


826 


18 


Feb. 


826 


18 


Jan. 


804 


3 


Apr. 


840 


10 


Mar. 


840 


1 


Dec. 


833 


18 


May 


8:32 


11 


June 


843 


7 


Apr. 


838 


10 


Oct. 


840 


3 


Jan. 


843 


20 


Mar. 


839 


5 


Sept. 


821 


5 


May 


813 


32 


Mav 


828 


34 


July 


840 


30 


Feb. 


833 


4 


June 


830 


17 


Dec. 


838 


8 


Dec. 


828 


19 


Mar. 


831 


22 


May 


828 


17 


JuK 


840 


1 


Mar. 


837 


38 


Dec. 


842 



RETIRED OFFICERS. 



146 



Names, 


Rank. 


Date Retire. 


Paskc, Thos T. 


Lieut. Colonel 


1» Oct, 838 


Pasmore, John 


Lieutenant 


15 June 83*2 


Patch, Thos. Lodge 


Do 


<29 Dec. 843 


Pearson, David 


Do 


18 Mar. 837 


Peppin, Arc. Bedford 


Surgeon 


13 July 830 


Peyton, Wynne 


Mem. Med. 6d. 


16 June Si6 


PhiUimorc, Charles 


Captain 


y Nov. 831 


Pinchard Geo. Thos. 


Do 


5 Nov. 841 . 


Pollock, Robt. John 


Lieutenant 


• 

• 


Pcriwhele, R. G. 


Bt. Major 


10 Sept. 838 


Powell, Thomas 


Assist. Surgeon 


15 Nov. 83a 


Price, Charles A. 


Surgeon 


38 Jan. 837 


Pricbard, William 


Mem. Med. Bd. 


11 July 828 


Provan, David 


Surgeon 


13 Aug. 839 


Parchas, Henry A. 


Lieut. Colonel 


13 July 837 .. 


Purton, John 


Major 


15 Sept. 838 


Raynsford, Hanbury 


Lieut. Colonel 


1 ] Sept. 834 


Reid, David 


Surgeon 


15 Jan. 836 


Reynolds, Pat. Alex. 


Captain 


1 Feb. 843 


Richards, Wm. Henry 


Surgeon 


8 Jan. 830 


Richardson, Robert 


Captain 


6 Mar. 833 ' 


, James 


Lieutenant 


23 Jan. 843 


Richmond, James 


Super. Surg. 


14 Jan. 839 


Robertson, Robert Hen. 


Captain 


18 Sept. 843 


Robinson, Rev. Thos. 


Archdeacon 


835 


Robley,John H. 


Captain 


ig Dec. 830 


Rochcad, Andrew 


Lieut. Colonel 


15 May 83 a 


Rogers, Colin 


Super. Surg. 


34 May 835 


Ro^e, Thomas 


Captain 


11 Sept. 843 


Ross, David 


Lieut. Colonel 


11 Sept. 834 


Rowles, James 


Do 


33 Sept. 813 


Roworjth,J. W. 


Captain 


8 Feb. 833 


Roy, Rcv,Wm.,D.D. 


Chaplain 


34 Apr. 833 


Ruddiman, Thomas 


Captain 


17 July 833 


Russell, John Abraham 


Lieutenant 


31 Jan. ' 835 


Salmon, Harry 


Major 


11 Mar. 835 


Samuel, Kdw. Phillips 


Captain 


30 May 834 


Sandford, Jonathan 


Surgeon 


15 Sept. 833 


Saunders, Fiancis D. 


Captain 


38 July 810 


Scott, John 


Lieut. Colonel 


4 May 833 




Captain 


37 Mar» 835 


, Walter 


Do 


5 Apr. 835 


Scot, William 


Super. Surg. 


1 Jau. 833 


Searle, Charles 


Surgeon 


1 Mar. 837 


Serjeant, Thomas 


Do 


18 Oct. 836 


Seton, Richard S. 


3t. Major 


5 Oct. 838 


Sharp,. Thomas 


Captain 


11 Feb. 830 


Shaw, W illiam 


Major 


5 July 839 


Shedden, Alexander 


Surgeon 


1 Nov. 831 


Sherwood, Richard C. 


Do 


5 Jan. 832 




Capuin 

Nn 


30 Sept. 843 



147 



MADRAS. 



Daie Rtlire, 



Nama, 



Rank, 



Short, Robert 

--, Wm. Holwell 

Simm, John 
Simpson, James 
Sinclair, William 
Sinnock, Charles 
Smith, John 

, Freeman 

-, William H. 

-, James 



— --, Henry Brown 
Smyth, Henry 
Somerville, Henry E. 
Stevens, George Borlase 
Stevenson, James 
Stewart, William 

, Thos. W. 

Stirling, P. M. 
Stokes, Oliver Day 
Stokoe, William 
Stone, William 
Stopford, Edward 
Stott, George 
Strong, Henry 
Stuart, Charles 
— -, Alexander 
Swanston, Charles 
Sydenham, George 
Symes, George F. 
Taylor, John 
■ -, Richard 

-, Henry 
Tennent, James 
Thackeray, Thomas 
Thomas, He v. W., D.D. 
Thomson, Rev. M., iVI.A. 
Thompson, Geo. Earls 

— , Thomas 

Thoresby, Thos. Henry 
Tocker, Hannihal 
Tod, John 
Tomkinson, Thomas 
Townsend, Stephen 
Trollope, Wm. Henry 
Trunbull, William 
Tumour, Arthur E. G. 
Turton, Henry 
Valiancy, Geo. P. 
Van Heytheusen, H.T. 
Vaughan, the Rev. J.E. 
Vertue, Duncan 



Lieut. Colonel 


9 Sept.880 


Captain 


10 Sept. 830 


Surgeon 


25 Mar. 8d9 


Major 


1] Feb. 699 


Captain 


1 Jan. 833 


Major 


23 Feb. 833 


!)(» 


31 Dec. 830 


Do 


17 Apr. 834 


Do 


32 Apr. 839 


Lieut. Colonel 


31 May 833 


Do 


29 Mar. 839 


Cornet 


29 Apr. 818 


Lieut. Colonel 


8 Apr. 815 


Lieutenant 


15 Dec. 841 


Super. Surg, 


18 Jan. 841 


Major 


25 Jan. 630 


Assist. Surgeon 


9 Mar. 841 


Lieutenant 


23 Apr. 826 


Captain 


5 May 841 


Bt. Major 


20 May 838 


Captain 


20 May 828 


Lieutenant 


26 Feb. 816 


Major 


28 June 838 


Captain 


26 Sept. 832 


Do 


15 Feb. 815 


Surgeon 


29 Apr. 837 


Captain 


1 Jan. S33 


Do 


10 Mar. 833 


Do 


8 May 832 


Do 


29 Nov. 828 


Do 


21 Feb. 830 


Major 


30 Oct. 844 


Do 


17 May 831 


Surgeon 


15 Oct. 804 


Chaplain 


5 July 830 


Do 


10 Feb. 827 


Lieutenant 


28 Oct. 833 


Captain 


19 Dec. 833 


Do 


28 OCL 820 


Do 


24 Oct. 8Vf> 


Major 


14 Feb. 886 


Surgeon 


21 Nov. 826 


Lieut. Colonel 


Sept. 838 


Captain 


8 Feb. 836 


Surgeon 


18 Nov. 833 


Lieutenant 


7 Apr. 835 


Captain 


1 Aug. 815 


Do 


23 Sept. 844 


Do 


24 June 836 


Archdeacon 


24 Feb. 828 


Surgeon 


1 Sfp(. 841 



RETIRED OFFICERS. 


148 


Names, 


Rank* 


Dale Retire, 


Warburton, Garnet ' 


Major 


5 May 813 


Ward, John 


Do 


21 Aug. 844 


Wamc, Roger 


Lieut. Colonel 


28 Feb. 805 


Watkins, John 


Do 


27 Oct. 834 


V^atson, Thomas 


Major 


19 Mar. 8dl 


Watts, Robert 


Captain 


31 July 841 


Weldon, Anthony 


Lieut. Colonel 


10 Jan. 834 


Wheeler, Fr. H. Mas. 


Major 


4 Aug. 840 


WhitcombcyT. Douglas 


Captain 


16 Nov. 831 


White, John 


Super. Surgeon 


29 Feb. 844 


Whitty, John Chas. 


Lieutenant 


28 May 839 


Wigan, Thomas W. 


Major 


12 Apr. 837 


Williams, Thomas 


Surgeon 


1 Mar. 830 


Williames, Edward 


Lieutenant 


SO Dec. 818 


Willcs, C. 


Do 


24 Oct. 637 


Willock,SirH.,Km.,K.L.S. 


Major 


30 Oct. 833 


— — , George 


Captain 


29 Oct. 833 


Willows, Jeffrey J. A.. 


Major 


28 June 832. 


Wood, Patrick 


Captain 


1 Feb. 814 


Woodfall, George 


Lieut. Colonel 


13 Apr. 842 


Worsley, Arthur 


Lieutenant 


12 Jan. 838 


Wren, Thomas 


Major 


10 Mar. 823 


Wright, Buchan W. 


Assist. Surgeon 


25 Feb. 837 


Wyllie, John 


Surgeon . 


12 Oct. 831 




Lieut. Colonel 


4 Mar. 842 


~— , James 


Major 


17 Jan. 844 


Volland, Robert Sarrell 


Bt. Major 


10 June 842 


Young, Andrew 


Ensign 


Sept. 818 


Zouch, Thomas Henry 


Captain 


11 Apr. 839 





DEATHS. 


• 

Burt, Norman M. 


Captain 


Ford, Lacy Gray 


Physician Gen 


Haslewood, Joseph 


Lieut. Colonel 


Lewis, John 


Lieutenant 


Maclcod, D. M*D. 


Do 


St. John Oliver 


Captain 


Wallace, Thomas 


Do 



29 Mar. 842 
24 May 844 
24 June 

4 Oct. 

2 Mar. 837 
1 Nov. 844 
29 Nov 



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xMADRAS. 



CIVIL INDEX. 



Page 

Anderson, Fmdlay d,i i 

Anstrather, Thomas And.6» la 
Arbathnott, the Hon. David lo 
Arbuthnot, William Urqu- 

hart .....*« Of Id 

— — , Coutts Trotter •• 9 

' — » Alexander John 10 

Ashton,WiUiam 4 

Babinston>WiUiam Henry 5,11 
Bannerman, Robert Alex- 
ander 5, 11, la 

B^yley, William Henry .... 8 
Ba3mes, Charles Robert .... 6 
Beauchamp, George Thomas 

Bell, James Hamilton . . 7 > 1 1 
Binning, Robert Blair Monro 6 
Birch, Sylvester Douglas. ... 7 

Bird, John ..^ 3,4, 11 

— , George 5,11 

—•<^, Charles James 7 

, John. 7> 11 

— — , Edward Wheler .... 10 
BishopyJohn Fitzsimmons 0,13 

Blackbume, John 4, 11 

Blair, Henry Martin .... 5,- 1 1 

Blane, Thomas Law. ....... 

Boileau, Thomas Ebcnezer 

John 4,1a 

Bourdillon, James Dewar7, 11 
Brett, Henry Augustus . . • • 7 

Brooke, Arthur 4 

Brown, Charles Philip .... 5 
Bruce, Alexander Fairlie 5,13 
Bruere, James Graham Sadleir 

6, 13 
Bury, John Fuller 8 

Cadell, William Molle .... 
Casamajor, George James 5,11 
Cator, Frederick Sawbridge 

Wright 10 

Chamier, Henry .... 3, 4, 11 
— -, Charles Frederic .10 



1 



Page 
Chatfield, Rowland Winslcy • 
Cherry, Alex. Inglis • • • . 5« 13 

■ , John William . « . . • 
Child, Frederick Samuel .« 10 

Clarke, 1 homas 8, 1 1 

" ■ — , Richard Gwatkin •.# 
Clementsoo, Frederick Foiby ft 
Cochrane, John Henry • » • . 7 

, William Edward 9 

Cockbum, Montague Duiidai4 
Conolly, Henry Valentine <lyl 1 
Conway, Thos. Barlow Aucb— 

muty S«14 

Cook, Henry David • 

Copleston, Francis • 

Cotton, Joseph John .... 7,11 
, Robert Rolland , * . • 9 

Crawford, Stewart & 

Crazier, Francis Henry. • 7,11 
CUnliffe, Brooke »• • 3,8 

Daniell, Lindsey «... 8 

— — , Murray Pattisoa .... 8 
Davidson, Thomas Hardwick 7 
Davis, William Done.. . . 4,1 1 

]>ent, John 3, 4, 1 1 

Dickinson, Henry 4,1 1 

Douglas, William 0,13 

Dowdeswell, William .6 

Drury, George Dominico 3, 4 
Dykes, James William ••.•10 

Eliott, Daniel 5 

Elliot, Williato 7, 11 

Elliott, Walter 5,11 

Ellis, C^eorgc Henry g 

— , Robert Staunton .... 10 
Elton, Frederick Bayard . . • , 7 

Fane, Edward George Robert 9 

Fisher, William 9 

Foord^ Edward Bromley ..10 

Forbes, Henry 7 

— , Gordon Sulivan. ... 9 



CIVIL INDEX. 



150 



Page 
Forsyth, William Alexander 

0,11 

Fraser, James 9 

Frcese, Arthur 5,1 1 

Frere, Hatlcy 7,12 

Fullerton, George Fergussonio 

Garratt, Robert Sudlow .... 9 
Glass, Edward Binny .... 5,1 1 
Gleig, Jonathan Duncan 4, 12 

Goldie, John Henry 9 

Goldingham, John 5, ii 

Goodwyn, Thomas Wildman 7 

Grant, Patrick 10 

Greenway,George Sullivan . . 7 

Haggard, John lo 

Hall, Arthur .8 

Hamilton, Archibald 9' 

Harington, William 4, 13 

Harris, George Anstruther 7,11 
, Thomas Inglis Parish 

7,11 

Hathaway, Arthur 9 

Hawkins, William Brown . . 8 

Hodgson, William 9 

— — , Arthur Pembcrtonio 
Hooper, George Stanley 5, 11 

, Edward Pulteney 

Stanley 10 

Horsley, John 5,11 

Hudleston, Josiah Andrew 

5,11, 12 
Hunter, John Alexander. ... 9 

Inglis, William Arthur David 6 

Innes, Lewis Charles 10 

Irvine, Patrick 8 

Jellicoe,William Edward. ... 8 

Kaye, Charles Turtoo 7 

Knox, William 8 

— — ,Thomas John 

Lascelles, Francis ..... .4,11 

Lavie, William 5,ll 

Levinge, Vere Henry 9 

Lewin, Malcolm ...... 4, 1 1 

-^— •, Frederick Mortimers, 1 1 
Limond, David Rous •••••• 7 



Page 

Lcckhart, Walter Elliott «... 6 

Lovell, Edmund Charles 6, 11 

Lushington, Thomas Davies 7 

, Franklyn ...... 9 

— — , James Law . . 10 



Maclean, Alexander .... 5, 1 1 

Maltby, Edward 6 

, Francis Newcombe 7 

Mathison, Archibald Stirling 7 

Mayne, Dawson 

McDonell, ^neas Ranald.. 10 

Mellor, Abel 0, 1 1 

Minchin, James Innes .... 10 
Molle, William Macquarie . . 7 
Moncktoii,GeorgePackenham 9 
Montgomery, SirHenryConyn- 

gham 6,1-2 

Morehead, William Ambrose 

6, 11 
Morris, John Camac .... 5, 11 

, Henry 5,11 

Murray, Mackenzie 7 



Neave> William Augustus.. 5 
Newill, Henry 9 



Ogilvie, William Cecil ... 0, 11 
Onslow, Arthur Pooley 5, 12 

, Thomas 8 

Orr, John 4,12 

Oswell William Cotton .... 9 
Owen, Arthur Mostyn .8 



Parker, Robert Deane . . 6, ] 1 

Paternoster, John 4 

Pelly, Charles 7,ii 

Peters, Edward g 

Phillips, Henry Dominic 7i n 

, Alexander William 9 

Porter, Robert Tindal ..0,12 

Prendergasi, Thomas .... 6,13 

,GuyLushi igton6,i2 

Pringle, John Robert « 

Purvis, Arthur 8,12 

Pycroft,Thomas 6,1 1 



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151 

Page 
Ratliff, John. 9 

Iteadc, Charles William .... 8 
Roberts, Clarence Armstrong 

10 

' Robertson, Andrew .... 5 , 1 1 

Robinson, James Douglas . . 9 

, William ...... 10 

Rohde, John 7, 12 

RoupeU, Thomas Boone 7>il 



Scott, Septimus 6,13 

Shubrick, Charles John .... 8 

Silver, Jameis 8 

Sim, James Duncan ...... 10 

Skelton, George Hougham. . 7 
Smith, George Anthony .... 6 

—-, Edmund 6 

, Henry George .... 10 

Sni()nctt,PatrickBoyle .... 

Stokes, Hudleston 6,11 

Stonhouse^ Timothy Vansittart 

4,19 

Story, Edmund 7,1) 

Strange,Thomas LumsdenO,ii 
Sullivan, Richard Jaraes . « .9 
'-, Augustus WilUa^n 10 
Sutherland, AlexanderMilford 9 
Swinton, George Melville • . 8 



MADRAS. 



Pag« 
Taylor, William Raynsford4,i l 

, George Noble 9 

Thomas, John Fryer . . 3«4,l*i 
* — '• , Thomas James Wolf- 

erstah • ..5,ll 

Thomas, Edward Brown 6, la 
Thompson^ Edward Penton. . 3 

ThomhiU, George 10 

Tracy, Hon.WilliamHan- 

bury 7 

Tvceddale, Marquis of .... 3 
Tweedie, Alexander George 10 



tThdcrwood, William Elphin- 
stone $> 11 

Walhouse, Moreton John . • 10 

Walker, John 5, 1« 

Ward, Samuel Nevil ...... 7 

Waters, George Jenkin. . 4, 13 
Wedderbum, Andrew ....10 

White, Daniel. 6,11 

Whittmgham, Charles . . 7» 12 
Williainspn, Robert Hudle- 

8ton.....i.. 7ali 

Wood, Henry 8 

Woodgate, Charles Henry , . 8 
Wrpughton, John Chardin5 , 1 1 



( 168 ) 



MILITARY INDEX. 



± 



Page 

Abbott, Henry Djrctt 8S 

Abdy, Chaf Ics Hayes .... 44 
Acton, Hampden .... ^ ... 53 

*— ., Henry 43 

Adam, A4exander 95 

Adams, Geor^gc ..ill 

, John. 21 

— — , Kenneth McKenzie 

ltd 

Adcy , Goodson no 

Aikman, William Robertson 59 

Aitchison, Robert no 

Aitkcn, George 71 

Alcock, George 84 

Alcxandcr,Robcrt !0,i9i<25,9l 

— — , James 18, 47 

- — '-—♦Alexander Thomas93 

Allan, Grant 54 

— — , John Shiell 9B 

*-. , James (H. M.S.).. 15 

AUaidyce, James 74 

■ ■ • ■ , Charles John . • 48 

Aflen, Henry 72 

Alven, Stanley Wyndham. . 95 

Amsinck, Eames 34 

Anderson, John .... I5>a4,94 
I ', Thomas .... 33,43 
--'-— ^- — , Michte Forbes 113 
,WiUiam Wallace 76 

I ' ■ , James ....37,114 

■ , Henry John . . . . 85 
, A. C. (H.M.S.) 14 

■ ■ ' , John (ord.) .... 22 

-, John Gumming 89 

Andrew, Patrick Alexander 

54,114 
Andrews, Augustus .... 33, 53 
Ansley, Thomas Comyn ..60 
Anatruther, Philip .... 37, 34 
Applegatfa, Francis ...... 84 

Apdiorp, East 38,53 

Arbothnot, George Bingham 

14,43 

' ' " , Hon. Hugh. . . • 43 

Arbuthnott, Hon. William 41 

Archer,David 71 

Ardagh, Richard Drapes ,.63 



Page 
Armstrong, Edward.. 17,36,74 
, Robert Dalzell . . 50 
Armstrong, Edward .• i6,iofi 
, Alexander Mont- 
gomery ............ 5<S 

Arnold, William Rawson . . 54 

Arrow, James Ross 66 

Arthur, Gfx>rge Munro. ... 71 

, John 37,114 

Ashley ,AmbroseH umphrysi 15 
Ashton , John Thomas .... 34 

Aston, Thomas 117 

Atkinson, Edwin Henry .. 70 
— — , William Henry 38 

- , Tom Harris 66 

, Graeme Hastings 93 

— , George 57 

Aynsley, George Herbert 
Murray 45 

Babington, William Knox. . 68 

— — , David 90,08 

— — — , John 35 

, John Henry Mel- 
ville 99 

■ ■ > William Robert 117 

— — ,Richard Clarke , • 55 

Back, John 84 

' , Thomas 53 

Baillie, George Alexander los 
Baird, John M axweli . . • • 5 1 

Baker, Edward 16,88 

— ., Wyndham Charles 

Leopold .^ 35 

Baldock, George 79 

Baldwin, John Timins .... 34 

Balfour, George ........ 34 

-, Edward Green. ... 1 14 

■ , Robert 79 

Ball, John 3« 

Balmain, James George . . 86 
Baraford, James Bromley 83 
Bannister, William John .. 84 
Barber, Frederick Charles... 60 

, Frank 96 

— — , Percy Edwin , . . • 86 



153 

Page 

Barber, William no 

Barclay, Charles • 115 

— , John Smith go 

, Jonas 47 

Barker, Arundel 40 

« , Eaglesfield John4 1 , 1 1 6 

Barlow, Alfred lc8 

Barnett, James Brady. • . . 107 
Barrow, Joseph Lyon. • .... 35 

, Lousada .....«•• 44 

— — -^ , De Symons 65 

Bartley, Charles Evans«...68 
Barwise, John Weston ••••36 

— — , Weston no 

Batten, Sisley John 69 

Bates, John 16,9] 

Kayley, James Walker .... 71 

Bayly, Stuart 77 

— — , Wentworth 88 

y Edward Tumour . . 48 
Baynes, Frederick William 7i) 

, William Henry . . 54 

Beadle, Denis RobertHudson 63 
Beachcroft, Matthews .,16,79 
Beagin, William George •• 53 

Bean, John Henry 66 

Beauchamp, William 102,114 
Beaumont, Henry John .... 58 

, William 74 

Beaver, Herbert 1 8,56 

■ I , J ohn Napleton. • 107 

Bedingfield, Philip 1 07 

Bedwell, Exeter Gustavus loi, 

114 

Beetson, Geoige . . . • 83, 1 la 

Beevor, Horatio Clarke . . . • 64 

Begbie, Peter James. • • . 31, 34 

., Alexander John ..34 

. , Edward Stuart. ... 61 

Belcombe, John Cotton 

William 117 

Bell, Jasper Higginson .... 39 

r — , James 25, 57 

— ,, Oswald 63 

, Hugh Higginson .... 35 

, William Cornelius • • . • 79 

.—-, Henry ...101 

. — !^, Thomas Lanczster . . 116 
_, Thom»s Evans ••...• 5| 

Benson, Hobson ^•.••62 

Benwell, James ..,..,.••• 97 



MADRAS. 



Page 
Berdmore, Hugh Thomas 

Mathew 35 

Beresford, John Power .... 34 
Berkeley, William Michael 88 
Beinal, Augustus Woodley 46 

Berwick, George ...71 

Best, Samuel 38 

Bett, Henry Imlach no 

Biddle, William 76 

Biggs, John Peter Mouat ..89 

Birch, De Burgh l i-i 

, Charles James 70 

Bird, Charles Maddison 25,50 

, John Fi*ancis 1 6,37,78 

, William Coruelius 

John Frazer ...... ..91 

— , Trevor Cotton . • . • 1 10 
Birdwood, William llbert .. 88 
Bishop, Charles Thomas 

George 3d, 79 

, Frederick Cox • ... 87 

— , Harry George .... 36 

Bisset, William 66 

Black, Bladen West .... 35,37 
, William Matthias . . 57 
Blacklock, Ambrose .... 116 
Blackwell, James Hay ..117 
Blagrave, Charles Alexander 91 

Blair, David • . 83 

Blake, Henry William .... 87 

' , William Frederick. . 87 

, Jonathan 100 

Blandford, Joseph 109 

Blaxland, Mark ...•••.. 103 

7, John • • • 98 

Blenkinsop, Rev. William 

Thomas l;i 

Blenkin, John Thomas 79,115 
Blest,Anthony £benezer60, 1 1 s 

Blogg, Henry Basil 46 

Blomfisld, Eclward Henry . . 58 

Blount, William 1 10 

Blundell, Frederick . • •• 36,33 
Blunt, Richard John .... 7 6 
Boardman, Edward .... 33, 9^ 
Boddam, William Tudor41,io5 

■ -. Edmond Tudor .. 66 
Boileau, lliomas Alfred «• 04 

' , Arch. John Maddy 39 

Boles^ Thomas 3S,90 

Bolton, Cesar George • • . • 72 



MILITARY 

Page 
Bolton^ Robert Henry .... 67 

Bond, Frederick 35,33 

— , Frederick William . . 35 
Booth, John Augustus .. .. Ol 

Borradaile, Alfred 43 

Borthwick, William 60 

Boswall, James Roper ..103 
Boswcll, William Henry. . 78 
Boudier, Edward William 103 
Boulcott, Charles Gardner 1 10 
Boalderson, John Came 18>80 
-,William Lovell 80 
Bonrdrea, John Henry .... 35 

Bowdler, Henry 24, 73 

Bower, Henry 103 

. ^,John 19,79 

Bowie, Rev. Matthew .... 18 

Boyd, David IH 

Boyes, John Monson .... ] 07 
Brackenbury, Walter Chas. 81 

Bradley, John 33 

-, Charles John. .,,75 

Bremncr, William .... 37,98 

Brett, William Thomson. . 107 

—^, James Templeton . . 43 

', De Renzie James . . 83 

Brice, Edward 34,37 

, Henry Smith .112 

Brig^gs, John 34, 08 

— — , George 31,34 

, Stephen Charles ,.83 

Brigham, John 117 

Bright, George Augustus 

Campbell 59,113 

Brine, John Jones ...... . . 55 

Bristow, Henry Chamock.. 70 

, John James 59 

Broadfoot, George .. 38,85,100 
Brock, James Saumarez • • 83 
Brockman, Henry John ••71 

Broderip, Henry 50 

Brooke, Arthur Edward. • . .50 

■ ' , Samuel 106 

Brooking, Samuel 1 1 3' 

' " " ■ , Francis Albany 04 
Broome, William Roche.. 100 

■ ■ ■ ■, Arthur 79 

Brown, John Read 45 

■ ■ ■ ■ , William. 54 

fc ' ■ ', William Robert . • 48 

■ ■ ■ 'f David 48 



INDEX. ]54 

Page 
Brown, John Frederick Har- 

- man -.. 5 

, John 58 

Browne, Charles Alfred 10, 38, 

00 
, George Frederick 

Salmon 75 

Bruce, Eyre Evans . • • . 36,90 

, Henry 90 

*,' James ••.••...•« • 88 

Bruere, Richard Alexander 84 
— — ,• Algernon Sadlier . . 40 
Bttchajian, Robert Hamilton 

114 

■ ■ , Jatnes 48 

Buck, Lewit William. • . • . • 89 
Buckle, Edward 3b 

■ ,• Randolph Clifton. . 35 

Bucknill, Alfred 83 

Budd, Richard 30,5a 

—, William Henry.. 20,84 

Bullock, Stanley 35, 47 

Burdett, Sir Charles Went- 

worth, Bt 92 

Burford, Rev. William James 1 9 
Burgess, Henry Snell .... 107 

Burgoyne, Frederick 34 

■ , John Osborne . . 50 

Bum, George 38,05 

, William Hewitt Seeon 

41, 116 
, Augustus George Wil- 

liotn. 94 

Burns j Samuel 37 

Burrelij WiUiam 93, 1 19 

Burroughs) William Marley 58' 
Burton, William Martin 34,33 

— — — , Charles 93,io6 

— — , James Cecil 100,115 

■ , Edmond Francis . , 04 

Butcher, James Edward . . 107 

Butler, Charles ........ 38,48 

, Charlt's Aug. . . 30, 72 

, William 43,1 li 

, Joseph Henry. . . . 100 

■ ■ ', Francis ...» 87 

Butterworch, William John 

35,01,105 

Buttler, ^ohn Olive. ..... lOo 

Byngi John. 45 



155 

Page 
Cadell, Alexander Tod.... m 

— — , Robert 36 

Cadenhead, John 1 14 

, James 65 

Caldwell, Sir James Lilyman 

23,88 
Callow, William Charles . . 50 

Cameron, Patrick 24,40 

— , Thomas Mack- 

. night 27>60 

, George Paulet28,gi 

, John , . 40 

-, Spencer 88 



MADRAS. 



Campbell, James ] oi 

— ', John 26,93 

— , John. 72 

, John 20,89 

, John Colin .... 1 1 4 

— , Thomas Hay , . 35 

, Colin 40 

, John Alexander 46 
-, Archibald Mont- 



gomery 67 

— — , Ivie • .... 94 

, WilliamRo.se ..79 

, Henry TucTcer . . 64 

— , Napier George.. 36 
, John Robertson no 



Campion, Jeremiah 22 

Cannan, Robert .91 

, Thomas Horatius 94, 

113 

, James Fraser • ... 68 

-— — • — , A lexandcr 73 

Cannon, Edward ........ 68 

Cantis, William ,,,.06 

Carfrae, John 24, lOi 

Carleton, George 86. 

Carmichacl, Robert Grant. . 80 

Carnegie, Heury .116 

Carpendale, Thomas ...... 59 

— — — -, Percy Maxwell 63 

' -, John 39 

Carpenter, ThomasDavid27,99> 

106 

Carr, George 67 

— , George, (2d) 53 

Carruthers, Francis John • . 41 

—. , George Travers 

Sayer 53 

Carter, Charles .89 



Page 
Carter, George Markham . . 48 

Carthew, Morden 28,72 

Cary, Robert Ormsby ..... 64 

Cattley, Arthur John 48 

Case, Charles Hesketh .... 73 

Caulfield, John 35 

Cazalet, Peter Grenville. ... 80 

, Charles Henry. ... 80 

Chalon, Thomas Barnard 18, 

38,84 

Chambers, Philip 48 

— — — , Osbom William 

Samuel .•..39 

Chapman, William 20 

Charteris,John Maxwelli8,l00 

Chauncy Augiistus 9q 

Chauvel, Thomas Arthur. . 107 

Cheape, Hut^h. 1 13 

Cheetham, l£dmund .99 

Cherry, Peter Thos , 40 

Chesney, Alexander Hut- 
chinson Moira 74 

Chester, Grenado .... 44,117 

■ » Robert 58 

Cheyne, Arthur 115 

Child, Arthur 1 10 

Childers, Frederick ...... a08 

Chimmo, Benjamin Smithii5 
Chisholm, John ........ 107 

, Archibald .... 107 

Chitty, Frederick Huse .... 91 
Cholmeley, Montague .... 78 
Christie, John 48 

■ Hugh Lindsay .... 61 

— , Robert Rickards 47 

Church, John Alexander .,71 

, William James ..08 

Clack, Richard John 82 

Clagctt, Thomas William ••42 

» James ••44 

Clapham, William . • • • 24, 98 

Clark, Patrick j 00 

Clarke, Tredway ..,.., 23»3S 

9 Augustus • . 36,50,10^ 

, George 21,108 

> Francis Anthony.. 103 

—, William Calcott .•♦I 

— -, Rev. Beaumarice Stia* 

cey '.'.'..'. .^la 

— — , John Trist • ^ . 58 

Clarkson, Nicholas Francis i it 



MILITARY 

Page 

Cle^horiii Allan Mackenzie 55 

■ ■ Hugh Francis Clarke 

51,110 
Clemons, Clement . . . • 38)7 1 
', Charles Ross. . 110 
Clephane, Andrew Robert lio 
Clerk, Frederick Joseph54, 105 
——*, Thomas ...... 85, 100 

, Albert 59 

— -, Edward 43 

Cleveland, John Wheeler 25,96 
Clogscoun, Herbert Mack. 

worth 70 

Clough, John 20,97 

Clutterbuck, Edward. • .... 89 

Coates, John Wilson 57 

Codrington, Robert 97 

Coffin, Isaac Campbell. . 27,03 
■ ■ ■ , Seabright SheafTe , . 75 

Colbeck, Henry .55 

Colci Robert 101,1 12 

Colebrook, John 117 

Colebrooke, Edward John 10s 
Coleman, James George ..112 

Coleridge, Walter 71 

Collette, John Hickey. . 24, 46 
Collingwood, Carlton Tho- 
mas 36 

Collins, Edward Chuck 41. 11 7 
Collyer, George Chancellor 39 
Colquhoun, James. . . . 40,11 2 
Compton, Charles Francis. . 99 

Condy, George John 78 

Congdon, John Henry Bow- 
den 53 

Congrevc, Harry ...... . . 35 

Conyngham, Henry .... 26,43 

Conran, John Trebeck ..ill 
, George ...... 25, 33 

Considine, Daniel Heffeman 

17,28,72 
Const, Henry Arthur On8low99 

Coode, John Penrose 80 

Cook, Alexander Chrystie 90 

— : , Walter 73 

Cooke, Arthur .... 1 5, 24, 7 1 
— — , Thomas William. . 108 

, Charles John a4 

— — , William John .... 59 

, Crawford .... 50, 5 1 

- Cookson, James Oathorne. . 47 



INDEX. 1 56 

Pa^e 
Cooper, Frederick .....* 1 J 3 

, Mark Bcale 03 

, Richard 96 

Cooper, Alfred 97 

, Augustus Montague 

103 

, William George . . 70 

Coote, Charles George Henry 

103 
Corley, Terence C .... 2 1 ,1 08 
Cor field, Septimus Infelix 90 

Cornfooc, James 1 1 4 

Cornwall, John 71 

Corsar, John Hamilton. ... 42 
Cosserat, John Peloquin ..85 
Cottell, Charles Georgei ... 90 
Cotter, George Sackville . . 35 

—— , Pierce. 22 

Cottrell, Clement Chute.. 108 
Cotterill, Rev. Henry ... 13 

Cotton, William 27,0 1 

, Arthur Thomas . 38 

, Frederick Conyers.38 

■ , Robert 86 

— — , William Edward 

Prescott. 92 

, George Elliott .. loi 

Couchman,£dwardHolbeche 

36 
■ Richard Short . . 63 

Coventry, Andrew 70 

Cowie, Edward 09 

Cox, Edward Thomas 10,50 

Samuel 1 u 

, Charles William . . 110 

Coxwell, Joseph Atwell Small 

J 00 

Craig, John 22 

James 22 

Cramer, John Henryi 9,50, 105 
Craske, Christopher Beadnell 

110 

Crewe, Richard 90 

— — , Frederick 58 

, Willoughby 83 

Crichton, Wm. Hindley . . 89 

Crisp, John 107 

——-, Henry 103 

, George O'Brien .... 88 

Croasdill, John Furley . , . . 50 
Crofton, Trarcrs ...•.••• 1 03 



167 



Croggun, John William .... 34 
Crompton, William Henry 58 
Crookshanky Fiuroy Wbelcr 

lot 

Cross, Winiam 89 

Crowe, Robirrt 108 

Crowdy, Jno. Craven Lewis 87 
Crump, Charles Wade .... 36 
Cubbon, Mark .... 94,66,105 
Ciillen, William.. .. 34,33,105 
Cumberlege,Bulstrode Whic- 

lock 40 

Camine, George 47 

Cuminp:, William Herbert. . 52 
Cumming, Gcofg« Van> 

burgh 03,112 

Cundy, James lOO 

Cunningham, Francis .... 74 

■-, Thos. John 

Mackay 58 

■ Percy Scudamorc - , 54 

Cuppage, Alexander .... 23,05 

-, Adam 73 

Currie, Claud in 

, Charles David 37,115 
, 'yyilliam Frederick 43, 

110 
Curtis, Augustus John .... 40 

— , John 59 

Cust, William Purey 40 

Dale, James Douglas 91 

Dallas, Alexander Roberta. 53 
., Henry Richard 

•George 84 

Daly, Henry 70 

Dance, Edward William . . 30 

Dancer, George 35 

Daniel, John 07 

Dansey, Roger Delamere.. 8I 

Darling, Thomas 21 

Daubeny, Charles 117 

Davidson, Robert lii 

■ ■ , James 27,82 

— ■ ■ ,Wm. Gordon .. 113 
— — , Alexander Georgeso 

, James (2d) .... 85 

Davie, Edward •« 96 

Davies, Michael 23,62 

Daviniere, Charles 1 07 

Davis, Alfred ,*.... 52 



MADRAS. 
Page 



Page 
Davis, William Stevens. ... 06 

— — ., John .......33 

Dawson, Edward Boghurstli7 

Day, Jas. Alexander 86 

— , John Curry , . 68 

Deane, Rev. Henry la 

— ,Cbarle8 J obnson An- 

thony ••••..*. 93 

De Butts, Augustus ...... 39 

Dent, William ,73 

— , Thomas Wilkinson , . 62 

Denton, James 21,106 

• , James (2nd) 55 

Derville, Frederick . . ai ,25,3d 

r, Adolphus .... 26«68 

De Sausmarez, George .... 72 

Desborough, Henry ^7 

, -— ~, Charles .30 

Desormeaux, Cornelius ..in 
Devercux, Wm. Prycc .... 50 

Devis, Francis 52 

De Wet, Oloff Godlieb . . 10a 
Dick, George Thomas .... 54 

— — , Robm 22 

Dickson, William 23,45 

— — -, James 27,101 

I -, George Colling- 

wood ...«•» 74 

>-, Francis Farfa ill Col* 



lingwood 4-8 

Dighton, JohnHenry 8I 

Diiisdale, Jobn 73 

Ditmas, Thomas a« 

, Frederick 80 

Dixon, Henry .« ..73 

Dobbie, Herbert Main ...•»! 

■ , George Staple .... ft* 

, Robert Shedden . . 90 

Dobbs, Richard StewartOO, 105 

Dodd, James ...... 1 06,1 14 

Dods, George 26,64 

, Joseph • 55 

Donald^ Thomas Herbert 101 
Donne, John Thomas. • • • 1 is 

Doria, Alexander 56 

• — , Richard Andrew. . . • ^ 

Dorward, James O49I 14 

Doveton, Sir John 23943 

9 Sir Jolm • . ... S3«44 

' ' -, Frederick L^r- 

kins ...»•«.... 1A^»,44 



J 



MILITARY 

Page 
Duvetou, William John ..87 

: — -, John Holroyd ,,110 

Douglas, Archibald ». .. lOO 
> ' , Charles 50 



—— , John Frederick . . 72 

■ ■ , James Sholto .... 43 

Dowbiggin> William Henry 45 

Dowell, Richard 98, 10a 

Dowker, Howard . • . 35,Kd 

Down, Edward 47 

, William oa 

Doyle, William 21,108 

Draynei, Astell William. ... 94 

Drever, John 37»1)4 

, Thomas 31 

Drury, Hcber 96 

— , Charles Harison. ... 7 8 
•-^, Fleetwood PelUw ..7x 

—, Arthur...* 94 

Dry, George 1 10 

Dudgepn, Francis 95 

Duff, Charles Marray .... 1 10 
Duke, Thomas Assbetun •i7*4Q 

Dumergue, Edward 78 

Dun, Charles Denis .... 35,63 
— ^ , Charles William .... 94 
<~— ,. Edward Wintertoo . . g3 
Dunbar, James Brander • , 43 

Duncan, George 33 

Dunlop, William Wallace 101 

, George We Uiogton 

Nelson ••.•..55 

— , Thomas ilO 

Dunsmure, Georg« ...... 47. 

Durant, Edwin Leander .. 54 
Dury, Theodore Heury . . IQQ 
Du Vernet, James Smith 50, 105 
Dyce, Archibald Brown 15,S5, 

loa 

Dyer.ThomasDyerTb iseltoau? 
Dysart, Conolly 9» 



Eades, Francis w 

Eagles, William Bamfatheiioa 
Cames, Richard Fairfax . . 107 
Eastall, George Frederick 

Henry ..49,116 

£atoa» JajBCS... 99>11S 

t Gemurd Potter. . . . 35 
fiden, William Fredenct53,10> 



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INDEX. 158 

Page 
Edgcome, George Evans ..113 
Edwardes, Francis (1st) ..81 
— — , Francis (3nd) , . 89 
Edwards, George Rowland 41 

Elliot, Charles Scott 48 

, George Scott ...^..35 

Elliott, William Edward 

Allured 37>8Q 

— — , Charles Morgan. ... 38 
, Robert James Mitchell 

110 

Elms, Frederick 110 

EUott, Henry Maiming . 44 
Elphinston,CharlesJames90,6a 
Elphinstone, John ........ 71 

£lwyn, John Harvey .... 36 

Ely, Francis How *26,93 

Emmerson, George ...... 03 

Erskine, John Francis .. 5S 
Ethersey, William Temple 31 
Evans, Richard Lacy . . 34,88 

~, Charles 38,102 

, William 1 J 4 

, Benjamin Griffith 115 

— — , Thos. Henry . , .... 43 
— -, Rev. George Henry 1 3 
£wart, Archibald John 

Paterson . . • 67 

Eykyn, James ....06 

Eyre, Edmund Walter 69>113 



Faber, Charles Edward. ... 38 
Fagan, Christopher Sullivaniio 
Fagg» George William. ... 1 17 

Fair, Alexander 33,78 

—, Thomas •....54 

Falconar, George Augustus . 

Hayward 97. 

FalcoBcr, David 46,1 13 

Falls, Andrew Vance 35 

Farewell, William Thomas 

Fieke 06 

Farquhar, Robert 79 

Farran, JamesOliverConwayOO 
^ , Joseph William . . 76 
Farrington, Charles James 96 
Fasken, Edw. Thomas .. 35,37 
Faulkner, Henry Dornbecg 93 
Faunce» Robert Nich. •*. 53 
Feli»,0. (H.M.S.) 14 



159 

Page 
Fellowesy William. Butler . .4*i 

Fenncll, Rev. Alfred 13 

Kenning, Daniel Alex. . . 26,44 
Fergusson, Home Mackay 96 
FernandeZjThomasFrandOyi IS 
Ferrers, Edmund James. ... 43 

Ferrier, Hay 90t 1 06 

, Charles 66,1 1 4 

Ffrench, Montagu Thomas .85 
Fielde, Edmund 1 homas . . Oi 
Findlay, A lexanderStevcnson 8 1 
Finlay, George Charles ..110 

Finncrty, Eugene 112 

Firminger, John William 116 

Firth, George 1 09 

— , Henry Hilhouse . . . . ^ro 

Fish, Nath. Hill 34 

Fisher, Thomas Ruggles . . 87 
Fischer, Thomas James. ... 55 
Fitzgerald, James ..38,93)100 
Fitzmaurice, Gamaliel .... 90 

Fitzpatrick, John 116 

Fladgate, Charles S8,04 

Fleming, Hope Stewart .. tia 

, Herbert Oct 79 

Fletcher, Frederick 117 

, Henry Clyde . . HO 

Flint, James 89 

Floud, Edward 83 

Foley, Henry 84 

Foord, Heniy Siilles 31,27,34 
— -, John Bromley. . ..100 

, Edward Archibald. , 39 

Foote, James Mortson .... 80 

Forbes, Nathaniel 33,75 

, James 14,16,50 

— — , Francis 43 

, John 113 

- , George 44 

Ford, Charles George Ed- 
win 37,115 

, Bamett 68 

Forlong,J»mesGeorgcRoche 

53 

Forrester, William 116 

Forster, Thomas Bowes 18,36 

84 
— — , George ..,.•,.. lOO 

Forsyth, Andrew 108 

Fortescue, John Charles 17,53 
Fothcrgill, Charles Octavusi07 



MADRAS. 



Page 
Fotheringham, James Far- 

quharton 48 

Foulis, Archibald • • • 35 

— — , David Dcas 1 15 

Fowler, Jonathan 4T 

Francis, Peregrine Madgwidcap 
Francke, Frederick AugustasQO 

Frankland, Thomas 116 

Fraser, Sir Hugh 33,56 

, Hugh (Cav.) 44 

., William Charles 33,64 
— ,JamesStewart34,87,l05 
— , Alexander Robert . . 43 

— , Chas. Ross 81 

-, William 95 

— James Gray Campbell 49 

— , John Peter 98 

-, Simon -..40 



Frceling, Henry Hill 47 

Freeman, William Robert 

Andrew 9O 

Freese, William Henry .... 8« 

, Stewart Scot Henry . . 84 

French, John*. 31 

Freshfield, John Sims . . .40 
Frye, John Percival . . 73,loS 

— — , Henry go 

Fryer, George s,36,ioo 

Fullarton, James 30,5'> 

— — , Charles John . . 6« 

— — , Craufurd 5« 

Fuller, John Charles . . 81,114 
—, William Attree ..,.6d 
Fulton, Graeme Auchrautv 50 

— , James 97 

, John ...••* 83 



Gabb,FrederickSecretani 7,1 oa 
Gabbett, William Maunsell S5 

Gage, Ezekiel 66 

Gall, George Lawrence Her- 
bert 44 

Gall wey, John Hoppner. .110 

Galwey, Michael 49 

Gardner, Robert Ogilvie. . loi 
Garland, Arthur George. • . . 43 
Carnault, Joseph .... 35,101 
Garrard, Edward Bingham 90 

, Francis Thomas ..78 

Garrow, William « 60 



J 



MILITARY 

Page I 

Gars tin, Robert 4i 

Geddes, James Loraine 5 1,1 1 a 
Geils, 'lliomas Edmund 2i,34 
— -, Andrew Alexander 48 
-—, William Joseph .... 7 6 
Geogbegan, Nicholas . . 28,70 

Gerrard, John 107 

Gib, Colin 82 

- — , Charles Binny .... ^ . 82 
•*— , William Anthony .... 09 
Gibb, William Edward .... 6^ 

Gibbon, Septimus 93 

Gibson, John Thomas . . ift,48 

■ ■ , George 21,108 

— — -, John James 77 

■■ , John Thomas . . 22,24 

, Thomas Wheatley 50 

Giffard, James Combes. ... 63 
Gilbertson,CharlesFrederick94 

Gilchrist, William 113 

Gill, Robert 93 

-"— -,John 113 

— , Charles 08 

Gillilan, Thomas 50 

Gingell,William Raymond 

»3,113 

Girdlestone, George 62 

Gladstone, George 71 

Gledstanes, Ralph Skinner 67 
Glover, Philip Dugald . ... 03 
I -, John Campbell • . 64 

Gljrnn, J ohn Ed mund ...•&& 

Goad, John William .35 

Godfrey, Francis ...•••.. 1 12 
I ■ , Rumley Charles.. 82 

Goldsworthy, Jcsiah Webbe 

28, 52 
Goldsmid, Frederick John 88 
Goldsmith, Ferdinand .... 88 

Gompertz, Sampson 57 

Goodall, Abraham.. .. ;3,113 
, Henry .#....70,119 
Goodrich, Samuel Bridger 
Ross Horatio Nelson 

Tanasseran gO 

Goodwyn, Walter Frederick 04 

Gordon, Henry . . . . • 69 

, Henry 89 

, William Cosmo • . 34 

, Robert 10,88 

-I , Charles 17|64 

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INDEX. 160 

Page 

Gordon, John 82 

, George 99 

, Robert 83 

, William Richard •• 20 

— ~, Charles William ..40 

, George Dalrym- 

ple 84,ii» 

, Algernon Hyndman 

103 

, Abraham Cyius,. 83 

, Francis David .... 01 
Gore, Annesley Knox •• . . 70 
Gosling, H«nry Charles 21,58 

, Wm. Clarke Franci? 

33 

Gottreux, Frederic 32 

Graeme, Charles Harington 44 

, Rev. George Knellcris 

Graham, John Robert .... 32 

, Henry Gibbonfil,il2 

Grant, SamudAuchinleck 

16,07 

, Charles St. John. . 20,09 

, Alexander (Cav.) . . 107 

, Francis 92 

— , William Davis . . . . loi 

— -, John 03.114 

, John Howard Imlachioi 

, Christian Disandt. . . 62 

, Uwis 83 

, Robert George Huntersj 

—, Alexander 60 

, Edward Long 48 

, Charles Doveton Wea - . 

therall Seafield lOl 

, Alexander ........ 42 

, John Anderson 83 

Grantham, George .... 26,81 

Graves, William 70 

Gray, Frederick 80 

Greatorex, John 20 

Green, Thomas Littleton20,82 
», Charles James • ... 38 

— , Henry 69 

■, Edward 33 

Greenaway, Thomas .07 

Greenlaw, Alexander John 97 
, William Alex. • . 83 

Grierson, Frederick 73 

Griffin, John George Ben- 
jamin It .. •• 70 

2 



161 

Page 

Griffith, Henry 02 

, WiHiam 114 

— — , William Bayly ..102 

Griffiths, Rev. John 13 

Grigg, Thomas 97,112 

Grimes, John 16,59 

Groube, George . Bromley 

Boulderson 44 

Grubb, William Henry. ... 35 
Gumm, George Marryatt .. 87 

Gunning, John • . 27,08 

Gunthorpc, William Miinton57 
■ ' -, James Athill ..35 

GustardHenry Fredericks 7 . 1 05 



Hackett, James Mandeville 

Donaldson 90 

Htidfield, Alexander James 

27,88 
lladwen, Henry Edward37,i 15 
H agger, Thomas .... 40,1 1 7 

Haines, Gregory Otf,i05 

, Thomas 00 

, William, Charles 

Peachey no 

Haldane, Edward <7,55 

Haleman, Francis ..•• 25,07 

Hall, George 34 

, Richard 1 8,1 00 

— , Henry 92 

• — , Edward John 42 

— — , Henry ..40 

•^—9 John 22 

Halliday, John Gnstavus . . 03 

Hallowes, Richard 51 

Halpin, William 77 

, John 81,106 

, George 76 

Halsced, William Anthony 

62,105 
, Charles Frank land 

Fleetwood so,62 

Haly,- Geof)?e Thomas * ... 92 
Hamilton, Johnstone . . 1!1,108 

— , Richard 52 

, Douglas 72 

, RcT.RobefiKerr, .13 

Hamlyn, James 114 

Hamond, Peter ♦27,33 

— — .-, George 108 



MADRAS. 



Page 
Hands, Fredericlc WTight27,S0 

Harding, George .89,113 

Hare, William Joseph . .*, . 92 

, George ...71 

-= — •, Heray Ambrose ....tJfi 
^ Hanngton , Kdward Hcrbertl 1 

^ Harknessj -Genrge ^ 70 

■■■ ■ ■ ■ -, Charles Thomas 5i 

Harnian, Rich-^rd 22 

Harness, Henry John .... 1 1 
Harper, Rev. Henry ••:... 13 
■ " ■ •, George Henry; .18,91 
' ,' HcnryThomas Web- 

'Ster -.-.• lie 

Harpur, Richard WilKam ..88 
Harris, Hamlyn Layicouht 

' 17,60 
— — ,Alfred John De HaTi- 

hind 48 

— — «,' Frederick ; . 57 

— -.-, -Claudius Richard 

William Frith; 40 

Harrison,' Atrthony .... 18,89 
, Thomas Dalycll 1 13 

, Charles Heni-y . . 80 

Hart, Henry Douglas. ... go 
— , Richard Gibbons .... 74 

Harton, John , ; 20 

Harvey, Gardiner .-. .. so,i05 
Haul tain, Francis Mitchell 54 
Hawcs, John Charles .... 49 
Hawkins, Frederick C«sair 61 
— -, Whitshed Keene 91 
Hay, Thomas Pasley .... 50" 
— , William Ker. . .-. 37,112 

, Samuel. . . ; i . 8f6- 

V " , David 45 

— , Lord A. (H.M.S. ) ..14 

Ha3me, John ; . . . i87 

Hayter,- Jolm ..;..• 74 

Hcarn, George ....;... lio 
Heathom, Joseph Lidwelt 54 

Hemery, Edward S9 

Henderson, Patrick 107 

■ -, Francis 61 

' -, Robert 33 

Henegan,-DTakerord Victor 

Alexander .01 

Hennah, Samuel White . . 43 

Henry, John 24^109 

Herbert, Henry Blizard. ... 53 



MIUTARY INDEX. 



Page 
Herbert* Charles •«.... S4»67 

Herford, William 107 

Hervey, Albert Henry 

Andrew 91 

Hcude> V\';iUiam Went worth 

. . 117 

Hewetson, Charles. . • S7 , i oo 

Heyne, Benjamin 67 

Hichens, John 78,113 

Hicklcy, Martin 00 

Hickman, Henry 85 

Hicks, Samuel Richard 16,80 

, Robert 08,114 

.*— ^-x Henry Erskine .... 36 

Hight, Charles • • . 69 

Hilbers, William 1 16 

Hill, William (ord.) ...«•• 1 09 

, John 19,75 

— , William 1 8,49 

, Charles Thorold .... 80 

— , Henry Pix ..Oo 

— , Clement (H.MS.) ..15 
, Charles Edward Daw- 
son • do 

HillianI, George Towers. . 101 
H illyard, Henry Temple , . 65 
Hitch ins, Benjamin Robertson 

19,30,55 

-, Henry White .... 39 

-^ — , Benjamin Campbell 

&6 

Hobart, Nathaniel 1 08 

, Charles Robert. . . . 07 

Hodson, Charles William , . 67 

— — , Benjamin 58 

HoU, Charlton 37,88 

Holland, Lumley Hodgson 

Huskisson .....88 

— — , Charles 55 

HoUoway, Edward Verc Pe- 
regrine 93 

Holmes, George Gibson .. IIO 

, Charles Edward ..92 

— • , George Beresford 

Br>dges ..30 

, Percy Lee 48 

— — , Thomas Ralph , . 100 
Hook, Charles Campbell . . 46 
Hooper, Henry ......43,117 

Hope, Archibald Hugh .... 42 

Hoiak, John Andrew .. 92,1 16 



16-2 

Page 

Horne, Edward 37*S l 

Horner, William Knox .. .. 58 

Homjdge, VVilliam 7-5 

Hornsby, Henry Aug. ... 50 
Horrpcks, William Scott . . 72 
Horaley, William Henry ..38 

Hoscason, Henry 75 

Hoskins, James 7^ 

Hosmer, Charles 90,33 

Houghtpn, Henry 40 

Houstoun, VVilliam Adam.. 43 

Howard, Henry 84 

, Thomas, Atherton 

*27,57 
Howden, James Adam.. 26,98 
Howe, Alexander Hamilton 87, 

115 

Howlett, Arthur 78 

Huet, Qharles Winn 89 

Hughes, James Victor .... 90 
— — — , (.^eorge Cumberland 

04 

:•, John Edward .... 98 

, Henry 09 

-, Hen. Le Fleming 82 



Oo3 



, David Stokes . . 102 

Richard 07 

Hull, Thomas Hillman .... 48 

Hunter, Richard 40 

, Alexander 8I 

, Alexander (surg.) 117 

Hurlock, Richard 80 

Hutchings, John . ; 84 

Hutchinson, George , . . 25,72 
— ^— — — , Charles Henry 35 
Hutchison, Lodge Redmond 

De Montmorency ... 71 
*-■ ■ ■ , William George 
Frederic Andrew Fer- 

gusson ...70 

Hutton, George. 20,73 

, William Forbes . . 85 

Hyslop, William 27,42 

Hyslop, Archibald Geddes 

27,33 

I mpey, Edward Harington 82 
' , Ramsay Francis Ir- 
vine > .....••. 72 

Inglis, Hugh 27>4 1 

Innes, James .....113 



163 



Innes, Heniy David 98 

Irby, -Claude Frederick .... 00 

Ireland, Charles 03 

Tsacke, Matthew Wylie. ... 40 
■, William 109 



Jackman, Joseph Isaac . . 108 

Jackson, George , 24,58 

— — , George 6a 

— -— , Williitm Brunton. . 76 

, James , .... 05 

, Charles 117 

, William Baylcy . . 82 

, Thomas Lee .... 91 

— — , Joseph Myres 95,115 

, Edward Marriott 1 1 

Jacob, John 09 

Jacson, Roger 82 

Jalland, William Gibson .. 117 
James, Richard Hosken. ... 80 

— ^ , John Polglase .. 25,73 

— — , Edward iiO 

— , Robert 20 

, George Lawson .... 56 

Jamieson, Quintin 112 

JefFeris, John 36 

Jenkin8,ThomasAskwith i 7,84 

, William Griffith 

Pitt 61,106 

' , Thomas 93 

, John James . . ..77 



MADRAS. 
Page 



Jennings, John Frederick 37,117 
Jerdon, Thomas Caverhill 114 
Johnson, Nicholas .... 27,77 
Johnston, William (Sui^.) 107 

, Jno. M*Mahon. . 55 

— — , James Gilbert . . 89 

— — *, WilliamMotitagu 69 

■■' ■ , Chas. Cornwall is 39 

, ThomasGlcn62,il4 

■ , Laurence 77 

, William (Surg.)ii6 



Johnstone, Thomas John 

Milnes 107 

— , John 28,54 

— — — , William Greene 63 
- , James Francis 14,42 

— — , William 102 

— , William 20 



Jones^ Charles . . ....... 109 



Page 

Jones, Robert * ... 54 

— , Richard Godfrey .... 41 

, William James .. ;. 55 

, Arthur Cbanvel .... 36 

■ ■ " , Gilbert. ... 5* .••.... 96 

Jopp, Keith 117 

J OS rdan , A le^ ander HareouttOO 
Jowett, William Hudson . . 61 
Joy, Robert Atkinson . « . . 108 

Joyce, Alfred ... * 87 

Justice, William 26,66 



Kane, Matthew .-. 116 

Keating, James « .... 54 

-, Alfred lOl 

— — f Charles William 1 10 
Keighly, Henry Peach. ... 100 

' , Frederick 7* 

Kellie, James 37,1 W 

Kelso, Andrew John 42 

Kcmpster, Francis GteetbamS7 

Kempt, Rodney James .... 94 

Kennedy, John Hamilton . . 98 

, the Hon. David 40 

" , John ...... 90,115 

— , Alexander Kennedy 

Clark 97 

Kenney, William Shidd . . 78 
Kenny, David Courtney 23,89 
, Thomas Gcils Ed- 
ward Gammell .... 10,50 
, James >Ar illiam Gammell 

64 

Kensington, Charles 05 

Kenworthy, Edward Wilsnn74 

Kerr, James 25,50 

— ^-, Alexander Boyd . . , . 7& 
— -, Archibald William 

Montgomerie 00 

— — , John Henry Lyte.. ..74 
Ketchen, James .. 15,19,24,33 

Kevin, Edward 7^ 

, Charles 80,ii4 

Key, Thomas 112 

Keyes, Thomas John Hn* 

dleston 06 

— >— , Charles Patton 81 

Kiernan, Thomas . . 1 Oi 

King, Thomas • 34,76 

— — , James 91 



MILITARY 
King, Henry Robert Comwaliis 

45 

-•-— y Duncan John Thomas43 
» Thomas Pendrill , . i lo 

Kinkead, Richard S5 

Kirby, Charles Foveaaz • . 65 
Ktrkpatrick, James. . . . 37>ll6 
Kirkwi»od, William ...115 

Kitson»John I9f96 

Knocker, John Beddingfield 91 
Knowles, John James .... 83 

Knox, George iii.iii 

— -, Rev. George. ....... 13 

— -y Rev. Joseph 13 

' ' ■ t Henry Torrcns 77 

, Aston John 96 

Knyvett, Frederick ...... 8*2 



Laekingtoo, George ...... 80 

lAdd, John 90>112 

Lake, Henry Atwell 88 

— , Andrew Winter 54 

Lambe, Charles Ellis Kelly 94 
Lambftrt» Ridiard • , . . 1 8,67 

L'Amy, Sylvester 68 

Lanauze, Andrew .21 

Lancaster, Charles ....34,37 

— — , James , . . a«2 

Lane, Lascelies ......... .68 

, Thomas Gordon Mor- 
ton 91 

Lang, James So'acban ... 00 
Lascelies, Francis George 

John 48 

Laurie, John 35,86 

— , William Ferguson 

Beaison ...30 

Lavie, Tudor 19)34 

Lawy William Charles .... 79 

Lawder, James (Surg.) 53,1 1'i 

■ , Edward James. ... 05 

, James , 79 

Lawe, Alexander .... 26,39 

Lawford, Edward ..«.,«.. 38 

' ', Henry. ... . . . • . . 35 

— *-, Francis 60 

Lawrance, Joseph .... 85,113 
Lawrence, Alexander Wil* 

liam 37,46 

Layard, John Beville 78 



INDEX. 154 

Page 
La3rard, A ugstus Villiers • • 74 

Leacock, George .103 

Leader, William 50 

Le Geyt, William Heath 108 

Leggatt, William 108 

Leggett, Joseph 35,99 

LeHardy,CharlesFrHncis65,l05 
Le Mesurier, Frederick ..116 

Leicester, Edmund 103 

Leslie, J. (H. M.S.) ......15 

, William 45 

^— -, John Edgar 66 

— — , Walter Alexander 3 17 
Leveson, Henry- Astbury. • 110 

Lewis, John 75 

— , Robert Griffith.. .. 110 
Leycesrer, Ralph William 

Henry 18.70 

Liardet,Charles Frederick 16,65 
Light, John Alexander. . 16,54 
Lillicrap, James Henry 

Alexander 56 

Lighton, Alexander Arbuckle86 
Lindsay, Charles Bazil .... 107 
Linton> Cornelius Clarke44,l 18 
— , Robert Pilk&ngton 116 
Litchfield, William Ed- 
mund 37,45 

Little, Richard Rosdew . . 35 
Litllehales, William Benjamin 

103 
Littlejohn, Duncan .«•*.. 1 07. 

Lloyd, William .... 1 1 5 

, Herbert 7* 

— — , Walter 63 

Locke, Thomas 107 

Locker, Frederick Algernon 95 
Lockharc, William Elliott. . 06 

Logan, George 38,08 

— , Arch. Spiers .... 37,84 
Longcroft, Thomas Craufurd67 
Longdill, Edward Benjamin 

Proude. 75 

Lord, William 110 

Lorimer, Alexander 1 1 4 

Loughnan, Francis Joseph 101 
Lousada, Simeon Gharles 110 
Losh, John Joseph .... 1 9,60 

Loudon, John • 71 

Lovell, John '. ii3 

Low, John .....35,87 



165 

Page 

LoW) James ^(i,9t 

Lowe, William Gregory. • . . 48 
Loyd, William Kirkman ..d4 
Luard» John Kynaston.. 25,53 
■ . ■■, George Francis .... 88 
Lucas, Francis Blaney . • 37,59 
Ludlow , H enry Ch rist, 4 1 , 1 1 a 
— — , Samuel Ldgar Owen 

38 
Lugard , Rev . Frederi ck 

Grueber- 13 

Lukin, William A.nthony . . 65 

, Charles Osbaldiston 92 

Lushington, Sir James Law 

>J3,43 
Lutyens, Rev. William Wynt 1 3 
Lyelly Stewart Thomas . , 1 14 
Lynch, Arthur Noel Hill.. 70 
Lys, William De Monte ..73 
~^9 Frank Brian 96 



Macaulay, Kenneth 74 

— — , William Heyrick 72 

Macbean, F. (H.M.S.) .... 15 
Macbraire, James Hendersonoo 
Macdoiiald> James Murray. 40 

, William Pitt 18,92 

— — --, John Kerr . , . . 47 



-, William Charles 



Robertson 41 

— — , Robert Macken- 
zie 80 

MacDonell, George Gordon 

78 
Macdougall, John .... 20,68 
Macfarlane, Donald . . 679I 1 5 
MacGregor, John Murray . . 45 
Macintire, Andrew William 35 

Mackay, George .51,117 

, A. W. (H..M.S.) 16, 

18 
Mackechnie, Donald .... 110 
Mackellar, John Nell Pa- 
trick Donald 59 

Mackenzie, Simon Eraser . . 41 

— ^, Hector 85 

, Colin 99 

. «, Charles Ross . . 97 

», Robert 59 

, William .... 1 14 



MADRAS. 

Page 
Mackenzie, LauchUn Mac- - 

alisier , « . 84 

■ ■ ■ ■ -, John Robeit . . 51 

■ -, Duncan. . • . •« 117 
Mackie, Frederick John. ... 75 
Mackintosh, Agnew . . • . 113 

— — — , Jamos 116 

Maclean, William Campbell 

U5 
—jJohn Norman Hec- 
tor 83 

Macleane, Charles Moray 20, 

94 

Macleod, John ill 

— — , Donald .... 25,45 
I ■ I ., Alexander.. 44,105 

■ ., William Couperos 
81,106 

, Coll 93 

^ A lestander Charles ' 

116 
Macpherson, Samuel Charters 

59>105 

, Duncan .... 114 

Mac Glueen, Lachlan . . i 8,42 
Mac Viccar, Joseph ...... 92 

Madden, John Mills .... 102 

Maddison, Alexander Macrae 

101 
Mahon, Rev. George William 

. . 13 
.Magniac, Francis Lane .... 44 
Magrath, Andrew Nicholson 

106,11a 

Maidman, Charles. 75 

Maillardet, John William 60> 

113 
Maingay, John William . . 8g 
Mainwairing, William DrewM> 
Main waring, Sweediand •• 53 

Maitland, John 22,S4 

Man, Henry., • 100 

— , Francis 67 

Mandeville, Charles 107 

Manley, Robert Hall.. 99,114 

, Henry John 83 

Mann, John 70 

, Walter Stuart S6 

Manning, William John ••4.8 
Marcer, William Harvey . . 88 
Mardall, George Stratford. • Cj 



MILITARY 

Pare 
MardftU, Francis. ......... 07 

Marrett, Thomas 44,53 

^falTiott, Thomas 03,57 

, Basil Walter Fraser 

04 
Marsack, Gdward ikcher . . 64 
— — r.. Au^stus Becher 66 

Marsh, John. » 109 

Marshall, Josiah Q3,59 

" ■ y -Hubert »..■»... 84 



-> Henry Octavius . . 98 
-— — , George Alfred . . 00 
Martin, George Mathew . . 93 

> Thomas 61 

Mart3rf , Charles John .... 1 1 5 

, Jamos-Smhh .... 108 

Mason, Francis John Mills 8& 

, Charles Crawford . . 99 

Mathison, John 114 

Matthews, Thomas Leman 

103,113 
Maale, JohnTempleman43,i 14 
Mawdsky, John Kdward . . 34 
Maxwell, William Grah.53,1 V2 

May, James 64 

Mayer, John Emelius ....114 

Mayne, Henry Otway . . . . 45 

" y James Edmund.. . . 47 

, Robert • .... 88 

» John Colburn .... 41 

Maynor, Thomas .....••. 7 7 

M<Bride,John 31 

M*Cally, Arthur 19,95 

' '" , Whitney Breadstrop94 

■ , Andrew Munro ..79 

M*Caskill, John Charles. . los 

M*Clellan, Thomas 64 

McCallum, Charles Campbell 

56 
M^Donell, George Beane ii2 
M*Dougall» Archibald Duncan 

94 

M'Evoy, Rev. John, is 

M<Gottn, Thomas. . • • • . 1 8,57 

M^Gowan, John 33 

M'Hutcbin, Thomas Moss 70 

M^Kenna, John 45,113 

M*K.innon, Donald Williara5S 
McLean, Sir Hector .... 33,80 

M*Leod, Charles 33,85 

, Hamilton Hall ..78 



INDEX. ] 66 

Page 

M*Mastery Bryce 107 

— — , Andrew Cooke 17 

M*Munn, Thomas 99 

M*Murdo, John James. .28,96- 

M«Nair, John Christie 34 

M*Neile . Alexander 8« 

M'Neill, Malcolm .... 25,41 
— ^-*— , Daniel Alexander 66 
—,Alexander Campbell 97 

M*Pherson,.Ronald 36 

Mein, John Desbrisay . . 35,37 
Menars, Henry ;...«.... 96 

Merrict,John 50,51 

Messiterj Edward ...... 97>90 

Metcalfe, Ernest 99 

Meyer, Montague 63 

Meyers, George Sanders . . 77 

; — . WUliam Francis 

Wallace •••IIO 

Michael, John ......•• • .08 

— — — , James 110 

Middlecoat, George ...... 84 

Middle mas, John ....87,114 

iVltddlemass, William i'i,io6, 

113 

Middleton, William 08 

— .— , CUartes Henry . . 47 

Millar, John 38,94 

Miller, Williani Henry. . 3i ,34 
" , Edw. Every .... 20,40 
'■, Thomas Hamilton 

Lindsay 103 

Milne, John 30 

Mills, WiUiam NewboU . . 45 

Minchin, Frederick 107 

■ , FreHeric Noiris . . 86 
Mitchell, William Somenrille 

18,79 
Moberly, Henry .... 10,30,60 

Mockler, Charles 84 

Molesworth,Hickman Thomas 

35 
Molle, William Preston ..114 
Molony, Charles Preston ..76 
Molyneux, Arthur More . . 50 
Monckton, John Edmonstone 

41 

Money, Rowland William 

Taylor ..93 

, William Taylor ..81 

, George Welland . . 43 



167 



MADRAS. 

Page 
..34,38 



Monteith, William 
Montgomerie, Patrick . . 35,33 
Montgomery, Hugh 20,34,105 

__ , George .... 21 

, Hugh (2d) . . 20 

Moore, Richard Cornwallis 

21,28,34 

, Charles Arthur .. ..fl7 

■■■■■ • -, Lorenzo 44 

■ , John. , ..••..34,105 

— , Thomas Palmer. ... 73 

, William Law Ogilby 

114 

-, Charles Wilson .... 57 

Moorcroft, Richard 70 

Moorhead, William 115 

Morant, Rev. James ...... 13 

Morgan, John 24,07 

' » Edward Thomas 20, 

101 
— — , Henry Rhode .... 64 

Morison, William 24,33 

Morland, Henry 78,100 

Morphy, Richard John .... 74 

Morrogh, George 114 

Mortimer, John Baskerville 85 

Mortlock, John 80 

Morton, John 111,112 

■■ , David Thomas . . 1 1 5 

T , Robert 80 

Mowbray, George CranstounOO 
Mudge, John William 42,1 1 6 
Mulcaster, William Sidney 

Smith 45 

Mnnro, John 23,55 

Munsey, Thomas Alex- 
ander Augustus. . . . 37,40 
Murray, Hon. Pat. Oliphant 50 

^, William 97 

■ ■ , Horace 81 

Musgrove, John Forbes . . .,. 87 
Mussita, Achilles Augustusi 07 
Mylnc, Robert Browne. ... 70 



Nagle, Rev. William 13 

Napier, Johnston i4,54 

Napleton, Henry Geers. ... 59 
Neill, James George.. •• 10,48 
— , Andrew Charles Bris- 
bane 72,115 



Page 

Nelson, Frederic . . ; 50 

Nepean, Charles Widekind 

27,*8 
Netherwood,WiUiaiT)Baynes58 

Newbery, Thomas .47 

, George King ..47 

Newbold, Thomas John 74,106 
Newell, Thomas George 25,79 
Newly n, William Rouse . . 70 
Newton » Walter .• .. •• 97 

Nicholas, James 9> 

Nicholson, B. (H.M.S.) ..^4 
NichoUs, Henry James 30,70 

, Cecil 50 

Nic)cle, Robert William Duff 8 1 
Nicol, Robert. ......!.,... 84 

Nicolls, William Thomson 75 
, Richard Orpin 

Townsend 57 

Ntcolay, Frederick Lewis 30>«0 
— — , Thomas Frederick 48 
Nighringale,'Gcoffrey .... 09 

' , Edward Herbert 

74 
Nisbitt, Alfred Ernest. ... log 
Nixon, John. ........... 108 

-—, Harry John 109 

Noble, Horatio Nelson.. 16,91 

Norman, Edward 90 

Norris, Walter ^o 

North, Roger Montague • • 41 

Nott, George 1 7,70 

, Henry 70 

— , Hamlin ..117 

Nugent, James 20 

Nuthall, Frederick George. . 35 
, Henry Robert .. 74 

Oakes, Augustus Frederick 

16,34,37 

, Thomas George.. . • 58 

— , Robert Crauturd . . 91 

Obbard, John •• 99 

O'Connell^ Hugh Heefke . • 00 

Ogilvie, John • 34:,77 

, Patrick 9I 

-,RobertLevisonJ ames 

e« 

, John Kinloch . • • • 116 

Ogilvy, Peter 86 

Oliphant, Patrick 86 



MILITARY 

Page 
O'Grady, Richard Walter . . 85 
Ommanncy, Walter Stirling 41 
— — , George Willcs 84 
Onslow, George Walton. ... 34 
— — , William Campbell95, 

106 
O'Neil, John David PoweriOB, 

113 

O'Neill, Thomas 95 

Orford) Joseph. . «, log 

Orme, Frederick 13 

Orr, William Adam ...... 34 

— — , Charles Alexander. ... 38 

— , Sutherland George Gor- 

doB ..74 

-— , John Henry ..115 

— '9 James 78 

Osborne, George Willoughby 

38,70 

—.Thomas gi 

Ottley,CoghillGlendwr. ]6,go 
— , Mark Sykes 45 

■ , Peter Kraser 99 

Ouchterlony, John 38 

Owen, William George . . . . 03 

, Mostyn 80 

— , Edward Henry Mostyn 

79 

, AuKUStus Mostyn . . ©5 

Owers, William 31 



Pace, Horatio 107 

, William Napper .... 57 
Packman, John Daniel Vittoria 

115 

Palmer, Charles Mac Evers 

05 
, James Edward .... 55 

■ ■II , John George 06 

, Henry Edmund Mi- 

chell 93 

Parkinson, Thomas 98 

Piarlby, Brook Brydges .. 94,80 
P^son, Samuel Kent.. 74,115 
P&rtridge, William Henry 

Francis . ...•••..••. 05 
Pfeiske, Theophilus 63 

I , John .•••••....110 
Pbterson, Colin .... 106,114 
— — »— , John Leeke .... 101 



INDEX. 168 

Page 
Patrickson, John .•••.... 35 

Paxton, George 95 

, Llewellyn 95: 

Pearce, Joseph John 50 

Pears, Thomas Townsend98,38 

, Arnold Christian 35,37: 

Pearse, George 11 1,1 13 

, James. Langford . . 1 lo: 

Pechell, George Samuel . . 9& 
Peile, Solomon William . . lOO- 
Peill, Aleiander Harvey. ... 83- 
Pellew, Hon. Percy Taylor 40( 
Pellowe, William Osborne 107 

Pelly, Octavius 40 

Penny, Peter 59 

», Henry James .... 116 
Perreau, Montague Wm...53 
Pereira, Menasseh Lopez 33,81 

^, Edward 77 

Perry, James .1 5,34,63 

Peterkin, James 09,115 

Peytbn, George William ... 7<J. 

— — , Thomas • . 05 

Peyton, Wyne James .... 99 

Phillips, Henry ...77 

, William Comwalli895 

-«- , Arthur Chauncy... 87 

I ,. George Robert . . 44 
Philipps, Charles Henr>' ..;36 
Phillott, Henry Rodney .... 76 
Philpot, John Thomas 30,74 
Pierce, Charles Augustus . 78 

Pickard, Henry 59 

Pickering, CharlesWilliamsil5 
Pinder, Geoige Ridout .... 50 
Pinkney, Francis Wingrave 85 

Pinnock, George 63 

Ptnson, Albert ........ 37 >97 

Place, Thomas Longden. . • • 95 

— , Alfred Fox 85 

Plant, John Floyd Alexander 

55 

Platts, John William 31 

Plumbe, Robert 113 

Podmore, Richard 33, 95 

■ ■», Richard Pakenham95 
Pollard, Dillon Gustavus . . 06 

PoUok, Thomas 33,91 

Poole, Matthew 38 ,56 

—, William ••••••88,113 

Poolcy, Charles 89 



169 

^ Page 

Pope, Peter is,7S 

' ■ , HiUyar Young 78 

Porter, John Fortetcue 40»lO5 
Porteous, James E(i|waiida7»il4 
■■ — *^, Henry WiUiam 115 
Powell, Rev. Walter Posthumus 

15 

Pbwer, Henry »• 16,83 

•»— ^, John Connor . • *« loa 
" ■ , Charles John • * . . 108 
' - ■■ ' ', Edward Henry , ... 46 
^wys, Philip Annesley Sc- 

condus •••••55 

Pratt, T.S.(H.M.S.) 14 

Prendergast, Sir Jeffery. .93,1)0 

-, Stephen Gordon64 

Prescott, William f 6,89 

., JobnChwke Pb iUtpsAl 

Presgiave. Edward .51 

Preston, James Blair •• .. L19 
Pietcyman, Richard. . * • . . 107 

Price, Matthew 1.85 

Prichard,^William George 1 1 5 

>' I , Augustus 79 

— — , Montague &1 

Primrose,GeorgeFo6terHayi 16 

Prtngle, John ii5 

"• ' ■■' , George. •••... ...86 

Prior, Henry 97 •74 

Pritchard, Henry ••..,•.. .30 

Puekle, James 54 

Pulley, Charlfs loi 

Purvis, John Johnston 47,113 
^■« - M , Charks Alexander.. 85 
I^bus, George Charks. •••7a 



Rftddifie, George Travis ..46 
Raikes, Richard William ••40 

,Thonias 48 

Rainey, Arthur Jacob Mttcan 

110 
Rammell, Henry Spucgen. • 80 
Ramsay, Edward Bannennaa 

110 

Rankcn, Robert ....86 

Ranking, James LaacBStef 115 

Ranson, William 31 

Ratliff, Cleophaa 99 

Ratton,James ii6 

Rawes, William Wilson . •iitf 



MADRAS. 



Page 
Rawlins, WiHtaon ..•..«••• 5v 

-» , Henry William ..^i 

Read, Alexander fieresfiord 63 
Rcade, Georgft #•.*«.. rv. 169 

Recce, William •• . .61 

Rees, John Mitford .«*... 48 
Reid^ Francis Archibald a8,»7 

- — r-, James 115 

— T-, Isaac Lqsge 9i 

, John ^. ^ 2-2 

Reilly, Robert l.uslungtt>n. . 61 
•«— 9 JamesMiles Town9end96 
Rcmingtooy William Kdwin44 
Reoaud, Sydenham George . . 

Chas ..48949 

RcBton« Robert uo 

Renwick^ Robert Henry9i>ii4 
Revdey, Algemon James 1^.91 

Revell, Blackett 83 

Reynolds, Owen.. .* 77 

*——-, John Andrew ..H5 
Riach, William Alexander 6a 
Rich, HenryGeoiige Wil)iaiii96 
— , Arthur Newbolt.. .•«« 
-^-> William Charles . ,. • 97 
Rkhardson»GilbertJ amcsi 6,8a 
-», Richard Hickley4iS 
■ -, James. . . • • • 50 

* '■"» David • . . • 67>i 19 



•^ — r: 9 Charles 1 16 

Richmond, John. ..... 56,1 13 

• — , Alexander .... 58 

Rickards, John Witberston 7* 

■ ■ . . ■ . - , PeterEylesLiivgen 100 
Hicketts, Richard Rodney. .00 
I I ' , Richard Rodney (2nd) 

69 

Riddell, Michael 16,94 

«—r--r-.> Michael (ad) •••.64 

Rigg> Hugh. 7% 

Rippon, ^ydnej aft 

Risbton, Alfred Louis , . . . 5t 
RithcrdoQ, Au^^urtus ...... 79 

■ " ', Augustus WUliaai 

9tf 
Robeit»> Emapuel. . . . ioo>iotf 

— — , Howland ........ ^© 

— — » Claude Addlphus««8« 
■ ■ » Thomas Digby.- . • 07 

■ ■ ■ ■ , Walter,... « h9 

Robertson* Jaimss • • « • 1 9^60 



MILITARY INDEX. 



Page 
Robertson, <laraesRoberl;98,47 

^ , Adam 91 

> , John 00 

, Alaric ....••.. 99 
, William Guild. . 73 

, William 51 

Robinson, Arthur •..,.... 64 

Robsooy James 55,1 14 

— , Francis Wynne 

Alexander ,71 

Rochfort, Cowper 78 

— — — ,GustavusCowper 9a 

Roe, Peter 114 

Rogers, Samuel 1 1 a 

, Moses 71,115 

■■ ■ Daniel Alexander . . 58 

, Rey.AIexander Johnia 

Rolland, Charles William 3 1 ,34 

Rollo, Roger 101 

Rolston, William Thomas 

Kidman 05 

, George Raithby . . 98 

Roper, Edward Dacre Oa 

Roper, Charles . . . , , 93 

Rose, Alexander Robert ..loi 

— , William 114 

Ross, Hugh 34, 100 

* , Alexander 01 

— , Walter William .... 08 

— , David 12 

' , George 87 

, John Stephen 87 

Rounds, Nathaniel ...... 109 

Rowan, H. (H.M.S.) .... 14 

RowUndson, Mich. John 39» 

88,100 

— '— , Charles ..20,97 

— — , George. . . . 34,37 
"" ' » Rev. John. * . . 1 8 

Rudd, Charles John. ..... 108 

Rumley, Charles 23, 47 

Rumsey, John William. . . . 9i 

Rnndall, John William. ... 38 

" 9 Francis Hornblow 

39 
Russell, Sir James .... 33 ,4 1 

' ' » William 09 

■ ' > Francis 73 

■ ^ ■ ■ ' , Augustus 97 

' » George William. . 4 1 

— — ,John Gustavus ,.80 



170 

Page 
Russell, Frederick lliomas 

Lechmere Graves .... 4 1 
Rutherford, John WeUwQod98 
Rybot, Francis Gilbert •• . . 46 
Ryves^ Thomas James .... 49 



St. Aubyn,Edm. Prideaux. . 01 
St. Clair, James Louis .... 08 
St. John, Henry Beauchamp 

Trefusis 52 

Sage, Arthur 103 

Salmon, Arthur 98 

, George Frederick. . 81 

Sanderson, James. ... ... 1 1 5 

Sandford, John Robert . . . • 73 
Sandys, George. ..... .. 35,42 

— — , George Arthur. ... 80 

Sansom, Francis Henry. ... 93 

Sapte, William 40 

Sargent, Henry •......• 25,68 

Saunders, Edward Augustus 58 
Saxton, George Harper .... 89 

Scafe, William 79 

&>cales, William Henry ..110 
Scheniman, George Wellison 

77,112 

Scobell,Vyvyan 71 

Scotland, David 1 9, 5 8 

Scou,Sir Hopeloun Stratford 

23,50 

, Francis Charles •■• . . 75 
i.-.., Robert 75> US 

■ , John David 95 

* , Francis Henry. . • . 17,47 
— , George Smith 114 

, Samuel Ponsonby . . 7a 
— , Allan Newton .■•••. 85 

, William li0 

, Andrew James .... 1 1 7 

Scuit, Ralph Reid 10a 

Seager, John ^.59 

Searle, William 109 

' -, George Archimedes 110 

Selby, George 3^ 

, Octavius Qq 

Sellon, Edward lOg 

Serres, William 103 

Servant^, Edward 80 

Sewell, W. H. (H.M.S.) ..I5 
Seymour, Frederick* j Oq 



P P 



171 

Page 
Shakespear, George Frede- 
rick 77 

' — ,CharlesM^ax- 

tone • 60 

Shand, John 109 

, Hinton ..110 

Sharp, Charles William 

Knight ,103 

Shaw, Ponsonby 8» 

, John Clarke S8 

— , Samuel 67 

', James 114 

, Alfred Abraham .... 5a 

Shawc, Robert 53 

Sheil, John 1 8,64 

, William James .... 93 

Shelley, WiUiam 107 

Shepherd, John 20,:/0 

Sheppard, Henry Downes . , 70 
Sherman, John William •• 113 
Sheraid, George Philip Brude- 

nell 110 

Shewan, Alexander .. 80,1 liS 

Shirreff, iEneas *27933 

» Robert .... 10,28,5^ 
Shirrefs, Alexander. ... I0y73 
Short, Edw. Holwell .. . . feO 
Shoniand, Rev. Vincent. ... 13 
, Vincent John ..75 



MADRAS. 



, Talbot Hmry Vin- 
cent hj 

Showers, Edward Melian Gul- 

lifer 34,33 

» Edw. Samuel Giaeme 

34 
Shubrick, Richard ..... 50 
Shuklham, Arthur James . . 77 
aiby, Edward Reynolds.. 108 
Siddons, Henry Fombelie.. 43 
Silver, A Icxander Crombie 55 

Sim, Duncan 10.35.38 

Simpson, William Henry 

38,87 

, Edmund J amcs ..107 

— , George W illiam Young 

34 

, Andrew 113 

, William Scott ... 99 

— , George 73 

Simson, George Sutheiland 44 
Sims, Patrick Torry .... 1 10 



Sinclair, Charles 30,75 

, John De Courcy ..30 

, John r 90 

Singleton, George 85 

Skinner, Alexander lio 

— . , John Robert ....11) 

Sladen, Ramsay .Ill 

Slater, Ferdinand John .... 97 

Smart, George . . ...... . .73 

Smith/James .......... 107 

-, John (Cav.) ..•• 35,46 

Josiah .64 

J ohnThomas 13,38,105 
George Aiwell,. . . 107 
Charles Irving .... 113^ 

hdward ..113 

_ I homas Thomson 

70,114 
— , Moubray Henry 

Ochterlony 40 

— , Henry Clifford Robert 

Wigram 78 

— , Clement Fitzwater 107 

— , Henry 116 

— , Frederick Nepean '..81" 
— , Henry Rutherford . . 91' 
— , Charles Campbell : . 56 
--, Arthur Burforxl .... 93 

— , Oswald '. • 84 

; Josiah Frederic .... 36 

—.Charles ..........51 

^^-, Thomas Molison . . 5g 

, George .ii7' 

Smyth, Wm. Robinson ' • • 1 12 

,WilliamPowell Siuan 

78 
Smythe, Thomas .. • •• .738 
Snow, Edw. Winterton . . 19,75 
— , Raymond Torin • ... 75 

, Percy Tonkin ^4 

, William Stephens ..71 

Somcrville, Johnjamei • . 1 IQ 
Southey, Charles Goiine .. 9^ 

, William 99 

Sparks, Thomas Philip .... 68 
Sparrow, Richard Wheeler "69 

Speid, John Binny *85 

Spencer, the Rt. RcvJ * 
George Trevor ..;•.. 1 3' 
SpottisWoode, Molyncux 
Capel 75 



MILITARY 

Page 

Spry, Philip Lane , . • 80 

Hpurgiii, John Ulick 4S 

Staflbrd, Conway 102 

St»nbr6u^h , Henry . . 40^ 1 1 5 
Stanley, William Dacres . . 80 
Stannus. Thomas Alexander 0& 
Staple^tn, George. James . . 01 
Starkey, John WilliamCross 53 
Steel, Scudamorc Winde 

Steele, Thomas William. • 107 

, Arthur Loftus «&; 

, ThoPoas(H.MS.).. 14 

3teinson, .Peter ....»••• 27,09 

Stephenson, John Lionel . . 49 

Stevens*, William Borla^e .»Sb 

. Joseph Hsher .... 09 

t H ,. George 109 

, John Borlasc 73,113 
, Charles Borlase , . 74 

, Arthur 69 

Stevenson, Daniel Hall .... 03 
■ II , Edw. Boyd . . . • 07 

.— , James Francis 

John .77 

> , George 109 

StiBuart, George Mackenzie 

15,25,103 

Steward, Frederick Tuthill 40 

Stewart, Thomas 23,02 

«i II ' ■— , James • 58 

- , Hopton sii 

4—-, John .; 100 

, Alexander .•.,.. 36 

Stockwelly Thomas .... 26,79 
Stoddard, John Frederick.. 74 

Stokes, John Day 2d,5a 

■, John Whitley . . . . b2 

StoU, William Gordon ..51 

Stone, William Henry .... 95 

,; . m^ Rev. Meade Nisbett 13 

Story, George 109 

Strachey, Leonard Mary Vic- - 

tor 52 

Strahan, William 17,25,03 

- — r-» William Abingdon 

Otto 50 

Strange, Willi&m Robert ..41 

^ r , Alexander 46 

Straton, Francis 26,40 

Street, Rev. John Cballice. . 13 

Pp 



INDEX. 172 

Page 
Street, James Charles ..... 109 

S tret tell. Dash wood 71 

-, John Wyn 4ii 

Stuart, Sainuel ~ 107 

«, James Charles Grant 93 

, Rev. Henry Wiiliami3 

, John James Ochiltree50. 

, Alexander Robert . . 82 

Stubbs, James William .... 97 

Studdy, Frederick 108 

rr-, William Randolph 66 

Sturrock, David ......98*113 

— — , George ........ 62 

Sugden, Charles Langworthy 

90 
Sullivan, Benjamin Sti]|art. . 4;) 

Supple, James 114 

Siirtees, Aubone Stewart . . 92 
Sutherland, Robert . . . • d7»i 1 2 
Sutleffe, Robert Rushbrooki 10 

Sweet, Heiiry Baker 90 

Swinton, Walur 57 

Sword, John Stewart. ..... 99 

•Synac, William .... ., ., ,»Gi 

Tait,John ,116 

Talman, Saniuel .53 

Taplin, Thomas 37,112 

Tapp, James Henry 74 

, Horatio Thomas .... 05 

Taylor, Robert (Cav. ) .... 4 1 

" , Henry Gex)rge Andrew 

23,74 

—, William 25,80 

, William 58 

, Cortlandt. . 22,27,3 i 

— ^ Charles yS 

— , Henry Corbett. . i 08 

— , Vicentio Corbett . • 54 

, Simon 98 

, George Edward. . . . 09 
T— • — , Charles Philip .... 91 

, Robert 100 

, Charles William . . 64 

— , James William 

Francis 30 

-> , Rev. Henry ......13 

■ ■ , Henry Duncan. ... 48 

■ — , Charles Edward . . 80 

, James Marriott. ... 00 

■, Richard 23 

a 



m 

Page 
Taynton, Edwin George 1«,50 

Temple Juhn 63 

Teropler, Frederick loa 

Thomas, John • 107 

Thompson, Henry Alex.. . lOi 

— -, Joseph 21 

— ^ , Thomas 85 

'-, Frank Henry . • 03 



— , Harris Peckovcr 66 
-'. James ...... 11<^ 



MADRAS. 

Page 
Trist* John Henry Gwatkin 79 
Trotter, Arthur ...•». 10, «9 
Tacker, George James 

Bniere 40 

TuUoch, Alexander ivv^9,9» 
«-— , George Alexander 84' 
-r— — , Henry Walpole •• 108 
■*i r , Charles Wafaab .MS 
, Donald 50 



Adam. . 



92 



lliomson, Patrick 30,50 

> ', William Boxwell 

114 
■ " , George • • • . 57>i 1 2 

-, ThomasHutchinsOO 



ThornhfH Anthony Robert 22, 

44 

Thornton, Charles Mac- 
Leod John ....*... 69 
Thorpe, Robert .. 18,27,78 

Tharburn, Henry 9d 

Timins, Charles 115 

'IMreman, George Joseph 

Stainton ,• 5S 

Tod, Alexander .......... 98 

, Alexander George 40 

Todd, Frederick William . . 05 

Tombs, John Wood 38 

Tomes, Richard 38,92 

— ^, Edward ...65 

Tomlinson, James 21 

.— , John 1 22 

Tottenham, Ashley 43 

Touch, William 53 

, John Gray 77 

Tower, FrinCis 96 

Traill, William HO 

Travcrs, Ernest Augustus 

Belford *3 

Tremlett, Henry Augustus. . 08 
Trevor, Samuel Smith .. 21,34 

, Rev. George .13 

Trewman, John Turner 24,69 

, Fidetio Robert ..50 

tribe, Edward Sattanel 47,1 15 

Tripe,.Alfred 102 

, Linnsus 63 

,. , Septimus .101 

Triscott, Charles PhilipYorke 94 
Trist, John Fincher 92 



Turner, Charles 107 

Tweedie, Maurice .... 95 ,7 9 
-, AtexanderLaurence87 

, Williatti John. ... 80 , 

Tyrrell, Frefierick 09 

Underwood, John Jam<t20,3^ 
■ ■ , Oeotge Au- 
gustus ......97,88 

Urquhart, Henry Walmsky 57 
Us8ber,Edward .... .... 102 

Vardon, StaflFbid « . . 38 

, Frederick Charles. . 35 

I, Frank. 76 

Vaughan, Edward Wilhamson 

110 

Vincent, Edwin 42,117 

Vine, William 45 

Vivian, Robert John Htissey 

90,48 
Vosper^ James Henry AWred82 

Waddell, Charles Douglas.. 3d 
Wade, Henry Charles . . 35,87 
Wahab, Geoig^e Launcebr 

^4,84 
, Charles •«.... 90,07 

, William Morisson. 95 
, John Henry ...... 8^ 

Wakeman, Henry .... 98,106 

Walker, Hugh ..65 

■I ' , William Larkins . . 43 

■ , Andrew 49 

I ■ , Arthur de No^. ... 57 
-^, Clemenu Kdward 
Money k. .. . ....^ ..81 

*— , Edgar 98 

— , George Warren • • 99 



^.**i 



Wallace) John . • « 95,71 

— — , Robert Teirfiey27>9S 
" ■ -, Alexander 50 



MILITARY INDEX. 



174 



page 
Wallace, Robert ••,.... 85 
' ■' ylofanDttncanCamp- 

, bell 71 

Waller, Sidney 54 

Walpole, Henry .. ., I5»34,ga 

•-- , Hoxaiio Edward. . 07 

Walsh, .Thomas Prendergast 

10:) 

Ward, William — 34. 

"M .. , Matthew Bradby ..77 

"mm^., Arnold - • 48 

Warden, Francis Faithful . • ;^0 
Wardroper, Edward. • .. 28,88 
Warington, John Norris 48,49 
Warre, Thomas Mating. ... 60 
Warreo,Cbarles Hobson • . 70 
Waterman, Edmund Fre- 

dctrick .••».... 76 

Waters,. Henry Swan .... 49 
WatkinSyWestrop ..ig,35,49 
Watson, Lewis Wentworth 

25,94 
, George Henry 

Grindall 70 

•, Arthur William • . 72 



Watt> Hobert Peers Keith . . a4 
Watts, Harry Hall ...... 77 

' ' ■ ?, , Montague ...,•••• 34 

— , William Henry .... 50 

— ---, John Ponsouby .... 7 8 

Waugh, Gilbert • • ..19,24,83 

•" I ' ■ > Francis 08 

Webb, Edward Arthur 

Henry 20,89 

Wedderburn, David Ogilry 88 
Weir, Robert Dundas .... 4 8 
Welch, William Hammond 77 
Weldon, Anthony Crosdell 96 

Wells, Samuel 109 

Welsh, James 23,63 

— *— — ,John ....116 

West, Richard 24 ,93 

■ ■ ■ ■ , Arthur Robert .... 57 

, William Henry ... .48 

■ , Jermy Charles 02 

Western, James 117 

', William Charles 83 

, Richard 95 

Whannell, Peter . . 19,25,77 
Whapshare, William Henry 61 
Wheeler, William 1 08 



Page 
Whinyates, Francis Frankland 

26,33 
Whish, Charles William 

Francis 94 

Whistler, Thomas Kensington 

18,34 

■ , James , .... 45 

White,, William George 28,86 
— , Frederick Broad. 

wood .27,67 

■ ■, William 28,85 

, Henry Puget 98 

Thomas .•••••.• 11;} 



— — -, John ....71 

., William Edward . . 8 1 
Whitehead, Rev. Edward ,. 13 

, George WolfF . . 74 

Whitelock, John William ] 16 
Whitford, Rev.Robert Wells 1 3 
Whitlock, George Cornish 27 

, John 47 

W^ight» Robert 106 

— — , Arthur Cleghorn . . 59 

, Arthur William ..110 

WiG;ston, Richard James ..88 
Wilde, Alfred Thomas .... 70 
Wilder, Charles Philip. .17,45 

Wilford, Charles 27,01 

Wilkieson, Charles Vaughsn 

39 
Wilkinson. George Sidney. . 90 

, Josiah 95 

, Joseph .... 80,1 1 2 

-, Alfred ....44,1 16 



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Will, Alexander James 82,113 
Wilian,CharlesRissetDouglas69 

f Henry Rush 36 

Williams, Benjamin. .111,112 

, Watkin Lewis. 26,54 

, James Edwin. . 25,85 

-— , Joshua 1 J 5 

, WilliamThomas. . 83 

, Sir E. K. (H.M.S.) 15 

Williamson, Willinm .... 1 1 7 
Wilson, Francis Whish 24,48 

, John 25,31 

,John 26,76 

, Robert Syne .... J 03 

—, Charles Heathcote 83 

, John 77 

, William John 94,3 06 



176 

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Wilson, John Alexander Wil. 

Ham Falaie 04 

■ , Benjamin 0-2 

f Francis John . . . . i lO 

Wilton, John 87 

Winbolt, John Hill . . 95,103 
Winfield, Charles Henry • . 60 
Wood, Herbert William .•»4 

^— -, Alexander 80 

-*— -, Matthew 60 

• -, Philip Raymond Janris 

5 a 
-— -, Edmund George.. .. 45 

'—*•-*• , John .••••••50 

Woodbridge, Arthur Parry 91 
Woodburn, Archibald ..107 

Woodfall, Charles 98 

Woodhouse, William . . 34,70 

■ ' , John .32 

Woodland, Charles • • • < . . 53 
Woods, William George 16,45 
Woodward, James . . .. 38,83 
— — •,JameiPalmer . . 60 

Woolley, Robert 79 

— » — -, Philip 110 

Worsicy , Edwin 50 

Worster, William Kinnaird 17> 

35,105 
Wothcrspoon, William White 

110 

Woulfe, John 1 5,34,60 

Wright, George 17, 61 



MADRAS. 



Page 

Wright, Joseph io7 

' , Joseph Henry .... 53 

», John Innes 78 

Wroughton, Nesbitt 44 

Wyld, Benjamin ........ lio 

Wylie, John .. •% .. < ill 

Wynch, John 36,a3 

Wyndham, Arthur 53 

, Arthur (3d). ... 56 
Wynne, William Charles . . 86 
Wyse, Robert Anderson • . 94 

Yaldwyn, John 36,70 

Yarde, Walter George .... 54 

■ » Henry Thoihas . . 79 
Yates^ Richard HasselU 33,73 

«— -, Charles 07 

• , Geotge Hay Smith ..59 

^— , Edwin .«.«...«.... 7 
Young) Donald Smith . . ; . 1 1 1 
> , Charles Wallace 30,65 

, Peter Brockhurst « . 70 

■ ' ■ ' ■'■, Simon Alexander 

GeOrge ...... ..70,113 

> , Archibald Goldie . • 94 
-, Samuel Denholm . . 94 

', Francis •. 75 

-, Edward 116 

— — , Henry ... 116 

, Campbell William 

Sholton »....io3 

Younghusband, Robert .... 70 
Youngson, William 65 



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COUNCIL. 

Sir GEORGE ARTHUR, Bart., K.C.H., Gotirnom, 

took hU teat Qth June^ 1843 
Lieut-Gen. Sir Thomas McMahon, Bart., K«C«B., 
Comnuuider-in-chief, 

took his seat i4th Feb. 1840 
James Henry Crawford Member, 

took his seat 38/& Aprilf 1841 
Lestock Robert Reid • Member, 

took his seat ist March, 1844 

PROVISIONAL MEMBER OP COUNCIL* 

John Pollard Willoughby, appointed 3rd Jprily 1844 



SECRETARIES TO GOVERNMENT. 

SECRET AND POLITICAL DEPARTMENTS. 

John P. Willoughby Chief Secretary 

JUDICIAL, GENERAL, AND PERSIAN DEPARTMENTS. 

W. Escombe Secretary 

REVENUE AND PINANCE DEPARTMENTS. 

E. H. Townsend.. Secretary 

I 

MILITARY AND NAVAL DEPARTMENTS. 

Ueut..CoI. P. M. Melv ill Secretary 



A a a 2 



BOMBAY. 



CIVIL SERVANTS. 



FIRST CLASS. 

Stawn 9/ Apt* 

1805 James Henry Crawford, Mefribclr of council. 

1 sooJScfllle Marriott (on fuilough) 




SBOOND CLASS. 



1813 John Williams, ttAMrctisttftis gdnenA pa^rtoaster, and 

supeslUMBiwtt of'SUrops 
.^1815 Edward Eden EUiol,eillril «tflltor anNlliilnMmmer 

Alexander Bell, puisne judge of the court of sudderdewan. 
nee an^ ^tiflddr Foutdarry adawlut an'i judicial commis- 
sionsr i)^Oenisattd Oaadeisfa 
1816 Lestock Robert Reid, member of council and chief judge of 
the court of sudder dewannee and sudder foujdarry adawlut 
George Giberne (on furlough) . «.-.... 
y 1817 John PynCt puisne judge of the court of sudder dewannee 
and sudder^foujdarry adawlitt and judicial commissioner 
South Mahratta country 
John Pollard 'Willoughby, chief secretary to gnvemment 
ttfid'tfeerei&ty to goyernment rn the seeret and political de- 
partments, and appointed provisional member of council 
John Ani(trcw*Shaw McKenzie (on furlough.)- - 
^^"^ Henry Hwtngton Glass, collector -of customs, and opiufU 
agent, Presidency 
1818 >Harry BcrrrackHe (onYurhnigh) 

William Richard iMorris, accountant general, und member. . 

of mint committee 
William SkMeii, puiskieoudge of the court of sudder de- 

wannee and -sudder foujdarree adawlut 
Benjamin Hutt, puisne judge of the court of sudder de^ 
wannee and sudder ft^ujdarree adawlut and judicial com* 
missioner Guzerat and Concaui 
1810 David Anderson Blane, revenue commissioner, south division 
Sir Robert K,. Arbuthnot, hart., collector and magistrate, 
Surat, and agent for governor 



CIVIL SERVANTS. 5 

Settsf/n of Apt, 

1819 Joseph Henry Jackson, collector of continental customs and 
excise 
AlezanderElphinston, collector and magittrate, Rucnagherry 
John Warden, judge and session judge, Poonah, and agent 
for adjustment of claims against Sirdars in the Deccan 
iS'iO Robert Keith Pringle, revenue commissioner, northern di- 
vision 
Edmund Montgomerie, collector and magistrate, Sholapore 
P. Wm. Le Geyt, senior magistrate of police, revenue judge 

at presidency 
ilenry A. Harrison, collector and magistrate, Ahmednug- 

^ gur 
Richard Townshend Webb, deputy accountant general, 
, deputy revenue and judicial accountant 

Henry Brown, judge and session judge, Concan 
Jackson W. Muspratt, judge and session judge, Dharwar 
Philip Stewart, collector and nuigistrate, Poonah 
Gregor Grant, collector of land revenue, Bombay, and 
superintendent of stationery 
1 83 1 Edward H ume Towiisend, secretary to government reven uc 
and financial departments 
William Charles Andrews, judge, and sessions judge, 

Ahmedabad 
John Wm. Langford, collector and magistrate, Tannah 
Nugent Kirkland, collector and magistrate, Kaira 
Alex* Nesbitt Shaw; collector and magistrate, Dharwar 
Walter J. Hunter, judge and session judge, Ahmednuggur 
\fii2 Thos. Hill Talbot (on furlough) 



THIRD CLASS. 

i8-i9 William Birdwood, judge and session judge, Sholapore 
1 834 Edward Gordon Fawcett,. collector and magistrate, Ahmc- 
dabad 
Henry Wilson Reeves, collector and magistrate, Iklgaum,. 

and political agent South Mahratta country 
Arthur Malet, political agent, Kattiwar 
Robert Davies Luard, judge and session judge, Surat 
1826 Arthur Walpplc Ravenscroft, collector and magistrate. 
Broach 
Ocorgc Coles (on furlough) 

Wm. Warden Bell, collector and magistiate, Candeish 
1836 Patrick Scott (on furlough) 

William Escombe, secretary to government, judicial,gcneral, 
and Persian departments, and member of mint committee 

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6 ^BOMBAY. 

Seas9$i of Apt, ^ ^ - - ' 

i«ao James Oiaxtt Unnsdcii 

John Gordon, postmaster geneial 
»M7 Henry Lidddl^ atenor assistaiit jiidgie» Alimedmigsur for 
Dhoolia 
John Webb« ifiist assistaiit to coUectoT and magistrate, 

Belgaum 
John Sutherland Law, deputy collector contiaenttil customs 

and excise 
William Courtney, political super. x>f Sawuivt Wanee 
Gilbert James Blane 
Bichard SpoonBTf deputy coUeotor^f ottttoms and deputy 

opium agent. Presidency 
<vodfirey X-fic Fanant (on^rlough) 
Charles PricB, senior assistant \vA^ and aeasions judge, 
Concan, for Rutnaghecry 
1 ttag Arch. Spois (an furlotigh) 

Hugh Poynta Malet, sub-collector and joint magistrate, 
Nasrick 
1839 John Marshal Davies, political superintendent, Colabah 
'WftUiam £dward Fucre (on furlough) 
Ashne?s Remington, 6rst assist, to political commissioner 

Guserat, and to resident Baroda 
Robert Keays, senior assistant judge. Bant, fixr.Broach 
Henry Young (on furlough) 
Adam Campbell 
Metcalfe Larken, dq;>uty mint master and depu^ civil 

aviditDT 
Albemarle Bettington (on furlough) 
)830 Jonathan Duncan Inverarity, first assistant to collector 
and magistrate, Poonah 
William Henry Harrison, register to the Court of Sudder 

Pewanuee 
Richard Young Bazett (on furlough) 
Henry Edward Goldsmid, superintendent of revenue sur- 
vey, south Mahratta country, and assistant to collectors 
of Belj^um and Dharwar 
Bdwaxd Herbert Dallas (on furlough) 
Charles George Prendergast, first assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Candeish 
%dward Cbampagnd Jones (bn'fiiflougfa) 
Edward Montague 3uart (on furlough) 
Thomas Ogilvy, first assistant to collector and magistrate, 

Kaira 
Chailes Matthew |1arrison, assistant to collector and mu- 

gistrate, Ahmedniiggur 
Thomas Charles Loughnan, first assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Rutnagheny 
Frank Sims (on furlough) 
18S1 John Hinde Pelly, first assistant to collector and magis- 
trate, Surat 



civit ssav^Ni^. 7 

•fApu 

iftai John Niif^m Ro«e.(onfiiiioiighr) ' 
ifohn William Woodcock (on ^rloHgli) 
4fthttr Kinf }CofffiQl4» MSistmt iii4s» aad tcstion juclf:e, 

Dharwar 
Henry Hebbert, assistant ju^e and sessions judge^ Concan 

(Tannah) 
Artbar Wellington Jones, first assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Ahmedabad 



FOURTH CLASS, 

I8d2 Edgar Williams Burton, first assisttlift to conetitor and 
nias^istrate, Broach 

1 833 Henry Baitle Edw. Ffere (on furloug|fa) 

Samuel Mansfield, fir$t assistant to collector and magis- 
trate, Dharwar 

Alexander Ghafles Stuart, first assistant to coHectof and 
magistrate, Sholapore 

John liuchanan, assistant judge and session judge, 
Ahmednuggur 

1834 Duncan Davidsoni first assistant to magistrate and collec- 

tor, Tannah 
William Hart, assistant tojudge and' session Judge, l^oonah, 

and agent for sirdars 
Edw. Leighton Jenkins, second assistant to collector and 

magistrate, Poonah 
John Robley Morgan 
1833 John William Hadow, second assistant to collector of con. 

tinental customs and ejx:ise 



FIFTH CLASS. 

1830 Geo. Berkeley Seton Karr, second assistant to collector and 
magistrate, Sholapore 
Chas. Edw. Francis Tytler, second ditto, ditto, Ahmednuggur 

1837 Arthur St. John Richardson, second ditto, ditto. Broach 
William James Turquand 

1838 Stephen Babington, deputy register of the Sudder Dewannee 
1889 George Inverarity, second assistant to collector and ma- 
gistrate, Candeish 

1840 Claudius James Erskine, private secretary to governor 



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Seaton qf j4pt, 

1840 Henry LaconAndenoOy assistant to political agent^ Sooth 

Maihratia country 
John Saiiniid Denois De Vitre, second assistant to collector 

and magistrate, Belgaum 



SIXTH CLASS. 



William Agoew Goldfinch, second do 
Charles Forbes. second do 

Astley Cooper Travers, second do 

1841 Archibald Da?id Robertson, second do 
George Gsant, second do 

Thomas A: Compton, second do 

1843 Aug. B. W4Lrden third do 

Aug. F. Bellasis do do 

1843 Alex. K. Forbes do do 
Alex. Gray, do do 
Mich. A. Coxon do do 
Henry P. St. G. Tucker, third do 
Barrow H. -Ellis do do 
L. H. B. Tucker do do 
Charles James Manson do do 
Henry Newton do do 
Robert Hardy, under the collector, 

1844 Francis Lloyd 

John McD. Robertson 



do Dharwar 
do Tannah 
do Kaira 
•do Surat 
do Rutnagaree 
do Ahmedabad 
do Sholapoie 
do Tannah 
do Ahmednuggur 
do Belgaum 
do Dharwar 
do Broach 
do Rutnagaree 
do Broach 
do Ahmedabad 
do Poonah 
Tannah 



JUDGES, QOI,LBGTORS, &c. 



COURT OF SUDDER DEWANNEE AND SUDDER 
FOUJDAREE A0AWLt)T. 

L. R. Reid, chi^ judge 

Alexander Bell ^ 

J. Pync rf .... 

William Sirnson f P"*^"* ^^^^S" 

B. Hutt ^ 

W. H. Harrison, register 

S. Babingtnn, dept. do. 



JUDGES OF QTY COURTS. 



Ahmedabad, 

W. C. Andrews, jadgB 
, assist, do 

^/tmednuggur and CandeUh. 
W. J. Hunter, judge 
J. Buchaaaa, aS8i«t, do 
H.Liddell, do do. 

Concan, 
H. Brown,. judge 
C. Price, asst. Rutnagherry 
H. He'bbert, assistant judge, Tan- 
nah 



Dkarwair, 
J. W. MuspMLtt, judge 
J. H . Pelly, assist, do 

Sholapore, 
W.'Birdwood, judge 

Strat. 
R. D. Luard, judge 

, assist, do 
R. Keays,'do do, Broach 

J. Warden, judge 
W. 'Hart, assist, do 



REVENUE JUDGES' OFFICP. 

Philip Wm. Le Geyt, revenue judge, Bombsy 

R. K. Pringle, revenue coihmissioner, north division 

D. A . Bime, do south do 

, assistant do, N. div. 
G. Grant, collector of land revenue 
R. Spooner, deputy do 



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BOMBAY. 



COLLECTORS AND MAGISTRATES OF ZILLAHS. 

Akmedubad. 
K. G. Fawcett, coll. and magis. 
trate 



H. A. Harrison^ coU. and mag. 

Biigamm, 
H. W. RecYcs, coll. and mag. 

Brotuh* 
A. W. RaYcnsciofCy coll jmd mag. 

Candeisk, 
W. W. Bell, coll. and mag. 

D/tarwar, 
A. N. Shaw, coll. and mag. 



Kairm, 
K. Kirklandy coll. and mag. 

Nagsick. 
H. P. Malety sub«coUector 

P. Stewart, coll. and mag. 

Ruinagkerry. 
Alex. Elphinston, coll. and mag. 

Sholapore, 
E. MontgomerieyCoU. and mag. 

Sural. 
Sir R. K. Aibnthnoc, Bart. coll. 
and magistrate 

ToMnah, 
J. W. Langford, coll. and mag. 



RESID^ITS AT FOREIGN COURTS, &c. 



Aden. 

Capt.S. B.Haines (Indian Navy), 

pol.agt. 
Lieut. C. Cruttenden, do assist. 

Baroda, 

f resident 

BAopoat/. 

Capt. H. W. Trevelyan (art.) pol. 
agent 

Colttbah. 

J. M. Davies, pol. superint. 

Dharwar, 
H. W. Reeves, political agent 

Gus^rat 

, political commr. 
, assistant 

Indort, 

R. N. C. Hamilton, Ben, Est., 
resident 

Kattywar, 

Arthur Malet, political agent 
Kotah, 

Major C. Richardes (8 N. I.), 
pol. agt. 



Mufcat, 
Capt. A. Hamerton, I5th N.I. 

Myhee Kaunia. 
Capt.W. Lang (aiN.l.), pol. agt.' 

Pahhtnpoor. 
Major L. Brown(5N.I.),pol. supt. 

• 

PBRsiAN GULP {Buskirt), 

Maj. S. Hennell (12N.I.}, resi* 

dent 
Lieut. A. B. Kemball, art., assist. 

Sattarah. 
Lieut. Col. C.Ovans, resident 

SaiDunt Warftt, 
W. Courtney, poL superint. 

Swrat. 
SirR. K. Arbuthnot, Bart., agent 

Turkish Arabia. 

Major H. C. Rawlinson C.B., 
pol. agt. 



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ACCOUNTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE. 

Wm. R. Morrisy accountant general, revenue, military, commer- 

cial« and judicial accountant 
R. T. Webb, deputy accountant general^ and dep« revenue and 

judicial accountant 

E. £. Elliot, civil auditor 
M* Larken, dep. do 

GENERAL TREASURY. 
J. Williams, sub- treasurer and general paymaster 

GENERAL POST-OFFICE. 
J. Gordon, postmaster general 

STAMP OFFICE. 
J. WilliamSy superintendent 

STATIONERY. 
G.Grant, superintendent. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 



Bombay, 
H. H. Glass, coll. of customs 
R. Spooner, deputy do. 



GunenL 
J. H. Jackson, coll. customs 
A. Bettington, dep. do 



MINT DEPARTMENT. 

E. E. Elliot, mint-master 

M. Laiken, deputy do 

Snr. M. T. Kays, assay-master 

Sur. E. T. Downcs, (Ben. Est), deputy do 



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1836 
1834 



USttltfiiMtital <!^$^UtU»9tiieitt* 



SttE' or BlOMBAT, 

The Right Rev. Thomas Carr, D.D.y tord Bishop oi Qombaf 
The Veil. Henry Jeffreys, M. A. . . Archdeacon ami Coin- 
Charles Hardy Bainbridge Registrar [missary 



CHAPLAINS. 



• • 



Name, 



p^^ppf 



SUitiom, 



1817 
1833 

1834 
1832 

1833 
1834 
1835 

18361 



The Rev. Henry Jeffreys, M,A,, 

— Randall Ward, M.A. 

— Robert Y. K eayn, M.A. 

— Gilbert C. Jackson. B.C.L. 

— Edward P. Williams, M. A.; 

— William K. Fletcher. M .A. 

— George Pigott, B.A. 

— James Jackson, M.A. 

— James H. Hugtics, M.A« 

— Sholto F. Pemberton , M. A . 



Axchdeacon 

On furlough 

Jmiioiy^Pres. and Qarr. 

Poonah 

Sattara 

Chaplain to the Bishop 

CoUbfth 

On furlough 

Mhow and Indore' 

Southern Concan 



ASSISTANT CHAPLAINS. 



18«8 
J 889 
1840 

1841 

1843 



1841 
1P43 

1843 
1844 



SENIOR. 

The Rev. Fred. James Spring, M.A 

— Claudius SiMdys, M.A. 

— George Morison, B.A. 
^— isaao Nl Allen, B.A. 
-^ Charles Tombs, M. A. 

— Tk^mas J*. Hogg, B.A. 

— Philip Anderson, B.A., 

— FrancisC.P.Reynolds,B.A. 
jUNioa. 

— William Goodall, M.A. 

— Henry H . fli-cretop^ B.A« 

— Rich. E. Tyrwhiit, M.A. 

— Charles Laing, M.A. 

— John Churchill, M.A. 

— John Jessopp M.A. 






Adniednugger 

Belgaum and Dharwar 

Surat 

Deesa 

Aden 

Baroda and Kaira 

Candeish 

Kirkee 

Poona 
Kurrachce 
Bhooj 
Hydmbad 

Sholapore and Kullad- 

[ghee 



MINISTERS OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 



1834 
1841 



The Rev . John Stevenson 
— George Cook, A.M. 



On furlough 
Presidency 



BOMBAY. 



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Militavv <&«ta&Ii»l^ment 



PERSONAL STAFF OF THE HONOURABLE THE GOVERNOR 



Name and Rartk. 



Mr. C. J. Erskine 
CapU F.J. Arthur 
Comet E. P. Arthur 
Ueut, G.D'Arcy 
Surg, J. M'Lennan 



Corps, 


Date of 
Appt, 




C.S. 
H.M.S. 
lstLt.Cav. 
H.M.S. 

• • • • 


39 Oct. 844 

9 June 849 

15 Apr. 844 

33 Nov. 843 

31 June 843 


Private Secretary 
Military do 
Aide-de-camp 

do 
Surgeon 



PERSONAL STAFF OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 



CW;rf. T.W. McMahon 
Lkitut, J. K. Wedderbum 
Capt, K. P. Hogg 



H.MS. 

do 
3d Gren. 



14 Feb. 840 
8 July 
14 Feb. 



{Military see. and 
aide-de-camp 
Aide-de-camp 
5 Persian inter, and 
\ eztraaide-de-camp 



HER MAJKSTY'S FORCES. 



Lr>tt<.(^/.R.Macdonald,C.B.and K.H. 
Capi. W. Barnes 
Surg, H. franklin 



13 July 838 

13 Jan. 833 

14 Jan. 843 



Dep. adj. gen. 
Brigade-major 
Dep. itisp.gen. hotp. 



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BOMBAY. 



GENERAL STAFF. 



COMMANDER IN CHIEF. 

i^is Excellency Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas McMahon, Bart, K.C.B., 
H.M.S., assumed command 14th Feb. 1840. 



COMMANDANTS OK DIVISIONS, FIELD FORCES, BRIGADES, 

STATIONS, GARRISONS, &c. 



Name and Rank. 



AtaJ. Gen. Sir C. J. Napier, G C.B., H.M S. 




Station, 



l^Dec. 841 
94Aug 842 

P. De la Motte, C.B laMar. 840 

J.Morse .. •• ..jlQSept. 843 



Poonah div. 
Sinfle & Beloochistyn 
Southern div. 
Northern div. 



Brigadier itt Class, 
Litut. Col, A, ManscD, C.B. . • . . | 3oSep.844 | Malwa Force 



Brigadiers 2nd €la»». 



Colonel S. Hugheo, C.B. 
Lieut, Col, C. B.James .. 
— — ^— Chas. Payne . . 
■ W. D. Robertson 






.^37Dec. 843 
do 

30Sept. 844 
do 



Candeish 
Baroda 
Deesa 
Ahmednuggur 



Liiut. Col, C. Ovans 

Colonel ..J Shirre£P 

Uaj,Gen,. J. G.Baumgardt,C.B (H.M.S.) 

R. Macniel (H.M.S.) 

Lieut, Col, H. N. Douglas (do) 



ssJune 8d7Sattara 
31 Apr. 838 Asseeiighur 



14 Sept. 841 
3 8 Aug. 843 
30May 843 



Bombay 
Poona (Offg.) 
Kurrachee 



. MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 



15 



ADJUTANT GENERAL^S DEPARTMENT. 



Namt and Rank. 




Station. 



Lt.CoL C. Hagart 
Major H. Hancock 



ADJUTANT OBNERAL. 

jN.L |a7Aii|^. 844| 

DEPUTY ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

|i9thMJ; b7'AM8.844| 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANTS GENBRAt. 



Capt, T. Donnelly 
P. E. Warburton 



1st N. U 
13th do 



17 Dec. 63g 
a Jan. 843 



Southern div. 
Poonah div. 



DEPUTY ASSISTANT ADJ DTANT. GENERAL. 
Cftpt. A. P. Le Messurier | 3d Eur. | a Jan. 843 | Northern div. 



BRIGADE MAJORS. 



Capt. R. J. Littlewood 

Lieut, M. M. Macdonald 

Ca^. T. Stock 

G. Wilson 

Lieut. A. Crawford 



Capt. A. Thomas 
Lieut. J, Hamilton 
Capt. G. S. Brown 
Lieut. K. T. Peacocke 



Major M. F.WillcughbyA 

C.B.J 
Lieut, C. M. Barrow 
Capt. H. N. Ramsay 



Major B. Seton 



Capf. W.Ward 



9th N. I. 
33d do 
38d do 
36th do 
I 3«d do 



3 Mar. 643 
15 Feb. 844 
38 Oct. 

do 
do 



Deesa 

Malligaum 

Poona 

Mhow 

Baroda 



LINE ADJUTANTS. 



8thN. I. 
Ardlleiy 
i6thN. L 
I St do 



i7Sept. 83gSattara 

9 Mar. 843JAhmednuggur 

lOct. [Bhooj 
15 Feb. 844'Rajcote 



FORT ADJUTANTS, 

Artillery i Oct. 841 'Presidency 

19th N.I. 30 Mar. S43,Surat 
34th do 1^7 Aug. {Asseerghur 

TOWN MAJOR. 
I lethN.L I 36Apr.833 | Presidency 

BARRACK MASTER. 

I 15th N.l. I i6Apr.84l I Presidency 



Bbbft 



16 



BOMBAY. 



QUARTEB-MASTER GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



Name mA Rank, 




Sm0tWI^ 



QUARTER UAtfTBK GENERAL OF THE ARUY. 
Lt, Col, N. Campbell | iitb N.I. | 27Feb.840 | 

DEPUTY QUARTER MASTER OBNEHAL OF THE ARMY. 
Mqjor J. Holland | 4Sd N.I. | %lFebS40 \ 

ASSISTANT QUARTER MASTERS GENERAL OP THE ARMY. 



Capt. E. P. De I'HostfS |1 0th N.I. 
J« Ramsay | 1st Eur. 



30 May 835 Northern dtvtsion 
1 8 Mar. 840 Poonah do 



DEPUTY AftSISTANT QUARTBR MASTERS GENERAL. 



Capt. W. S. Adams 
R. H. Mackintosh 



10th N.I. 
3d do 



30 May 835 
4 July 840 



Southern division 
Northem do 



JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL. 
Lt, Col. W. Ogilvie | 30th NJ. | 30june836 | 

DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATES GENERAL. 



Capt, G. J. Mant 
— — P. K. Skinner 
VV. E. Rawlinson 



igthN. L 
9th do 
1st Eur. 



13 Mar. 838 Southern division 
5 Oct. 840 Poonah do ' 
•i8 Apr. 843lNonhcm do 



AUDIT DEPARTMENT, 



MaJ. Gen. D. Rarr 
Cap/. G. J. Jameson 
Lieui. H. J. Barr 



N.I. 

4 th do 
2d Eur. 



15 Dec. 830' Mil. aud. general 

7 May 840 Dep. mil. aud. gpeneni 

16 May 843 First assist, do do 



MILITARY ESTAILISHMENT. 



n 



PAY DEPARTMENT. 



Name and Rank. 


Corpt, 


Dhitof 
App. 


Station, 


Capt, J.Swanson 

C. Hunter 

J. C. Heath 
Mau H. Lyons 
Capt. A. N. Maclean 


PATMAffTERS. 

' 1 9th N . 1 . 27 Dec. 804 Presidency 
16th dry 13 Jan, 837, Southern division 

5th do 1 4 Aug. 841 Poona division 
*i3d do 29 Oct. Northern division 

8th do 30 do Sinde field force 



DEPUTY PAYMASTEKS: 

Lieut. J. D. He Vitre | acth N.I. | 24Mar889 | Mhow 

SUPERINTENDENT OF FAMILY PAYMENTS Aljrp PENSIONS. 
Capt G.Rowley |2dL.C. | 1 Oct. 841 | Bombay 



MILITARY BOARD. 



Maj, Gen, D. Barr 
Lt. Cot.. G. R Jervis 

J.G.Griffith 

F. P. Lester 

Capt. N, H. Thornbuiy 
l^ieut. G. Robinson 
Capt. A . McD. Elder 



MiLaud.gen. 
Chief en^. 
Com. of art. 
Artillery 
4th N.L 
Ind. Navy 



10 Apr. 844 
10 June 839 



1st Euro, lie Apr. 844 



Members ex officio 



"I 
( 

Stipy. do 
Secrctaiy 
Assist, do 
Do do 



McQ. Gen» V. Kennedy 
... D. Harr 
U. Col. . J. G. Griffith 
C. Hagart 



CLOTHING BOARD. 

President 
Mil. aud.gen. 



Com. of art. 
Adj.gcn. 



Members ex officio 



All Citionela nf Regiments of Infanixy^ and Artillery, 



Afrt/. M, F.Willoughby.CB Artillery 
Ct:pt.}. M. bhortt jisth N.L 



1 Oct. 841 Secretary 
8 do 839 Agent 



ALLIGAUM STUD. 

Li. Col, M. Stack, C.B. | 3d L.C, | S8Jan. 836 | Superintendent 



REMOUNT DEPARTMENT, 

Ueuf... A.R.Thornhill | ithMad.C. | ©Apr. 844 | ♦ 

* Joint Agent (or Madras and Bombay. 
B bb 3 



18 



BOMBAY. 

ARMY COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. 



NamtandRank* 




Station. 



COMMISSARY OENEIUL . 

Lt. (V. J.H.Dunstenrille | N.I. | i8Dec.839 | Presidency 

DEPUTY COMMISSARY GENFRAL. 
Capt, .. Dav. DaTidson | 17th N.I. | 3oNot.840 | Presidency 

A9613TANT COMMISSARIES GENERAL. 

Capt. E. Whichelo I gtb N.L I i3Sept.837 I 

G.Pope I 33d do | 30 do 84i | Poonadir. 

DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES GENERAL. 



Capt. J. Hallett 

C.Threshie 

— J, Ramny 



dd N.I. 
10th do 
9th do 



I Oct.841 

3 Feb.843 
3 July 843 



Northern dir. 
Southern div. 
Bazarsy Deesa 



8UB.AS818TANT COMMISSARIES GENERAL. 



Capt. H.W.Preedy 

R.J. Shaw 

W. B. Salmon 

C. Birdwood 

G.J. D.Milne 

iiy«;. WB.G.Blenkins,CB 
/a^I.J.B. Dun«terville 

- R. M. Johnstone 
Capt, 3. E. Parsons 



»*drN.I. 

istEur.Reg. 
19th N.I. 

3d do 
a4th do 

6th do 
19th do 

1st do 
ilth do 



Kurrachee 
Ahmednugger 



6 Mar. 840 
10 Aug. 
10 do 

1 Oct. 841 Mhow 

5 Apr. 843 'Aden 
13 do 843 Kurrachee 

4 July {Presidency 

8 May 843 Hydrabad 

4 Dec. ISupc. Bazars^ Poena 



. •, 



Jeremiah Mahbott 



Edward Bean 
Hiram Lawless 
Frederick Ellis 
Samuel Yates . . 
J. McDonald •• 
Fred. C. Sherren . • 
John Dewey 
John Scott 
Edward W. Keily . . 



WARRANT OFFICERS. 

DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARY. 

.. I 6Mar.844 | Bombay 



CONDUCTORS. 

18 Dec. 839 

17 Sept. 83 8 
11 do 839 

do 
13 Dec. 841 
31 Jan. 843| Bombay 
90 Sept.843,Belgaum 
11 Mar.844 Asseerghur 
70ct. 



Poona 

Deesa 

Ahmednugger 

Kurrachee 



BOMBAY. 



19 



ORDNANCE COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. 



Name and R^nk, 



Date of Ap- 
pointment 



Station, 



Major J. W. Watson 

Capt. R. Warden 
— J. Sinclair 
— — C. Lucas 



SBNIOR COMMISSARY. 

I 21 Apr. 641 I Bombay 

COMMISSARIES. 

20June.838 Be]s:aum 



30 Feb. 839 
2Jan. 840 



Poena 
Abmedabad 



DBPUTV COMMISSARIES. 



Capt, E. A. Farquharson 

J. Grant 

H. W; Brett 



2 2Jul> 831 
3d June 838 
*2b Jan. 843 



Ahmednufgur 
Bombay 
Do 



DBPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARY. 

lUut, T. Hook I i2June838| 



WARRANT O FFICE " S. 

DEPUFY ASSISTANT COMMISSARIES. 



H. F. Dillcy 
Christopher Katn 



John Hannah 
Hen. Goodall 
J.Archer 
John McDonald 
Thos Hefferman 
Joseph Reed 
James Seater 
D. McKenzie 
James Baldock 
Patrick Cowley 
Thomas Whittle 
Robert Boult 
John C. Green 
C. ''arsons 
Henry Purcell 
R. Hoy 
R. blliot 
W. Cockburn 



6 Jan. 641 I On furlough 
•i4 July 843 I Bombay 



CONDUCTORS. 

I 1 9 Jan. 820 
32 Mar. 827 
loNov.831 
20 Apr, 833 
10 Aug. 
15 Aug. 837 
18 Jan. 838 

7 Alar. 

3 Sept. 
13 June 830 

I Feb. 840 

6 Jan. 841 

b Feb. 

aNov 843 
lyMay 848 
34 July 



Grand Arsenal 
Deesa 
Poona 
Kurrachee 

Do 
Persia 
Bombay 

Do 
Sukkur 

Do 
Sholapore 
Bombay 
Sukkur 
Aden 
Belgaum 
Bomba/ 



AGENT FOR GUN CARRIAGES. 
CapL E. Stanton | Art. | 31 Apr. 841 

AGENT FOR MANUFACTURE OF GUNPOWDER. 

Major W. Jacob | Art. 1 28 Jan. 834 



20 



BOMBAY. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



Stations* 4[C, 


Rank and Name, 


Corps. 


Date of 
Jppt. 


Remarks. 


Southern Prov. 


Lieut.rol. C.WadO 
di nekton, CB.j 


Eng. 


1 Mar. 840 Supdg. Eng. 


Northern Prov. 


C.W. Gram 


do 


30 Dec. 


do 
r Civ. Architect 
GarrisonEn^. 


Presidency 


Capr T. M. B.Turner 


do 


10 May 843 










1 & Er.Officer 




H.B.Turner 


do 


26 Mar. 838 


Mint Kng. 




Lieut. W. S. Suart 


do 


12 Feb. 842 


Asst. Mint Eug. 




Capt.J.J.F.CruicM 
shank/ 


do 


10 May 848 Supdg. Repairs 




' J. Estridge 


do 


23 Jan. 841 


EnR.Dock Yard 


Aden 


Lieur.J. A. Curtis 


do 


so Sept. 840 


Ex. Engineer 




H.W. B. Bell 


do 


27 Feb. 843 


Asst. to do 


Ahmedabad, 1 


• 








HarsoU, Baro- \ 


Capt. H. Berthon 


do 


3 Dec. 831 


Ex. Engineer 


da, and Kaira J 










Ahmednuggur 


H.Jacob 


I9ih N.I. 


24 Apr. 844 


do 


Belj^aum 


Lieut. H. J. Margaiy 


Kng. 


9Fet:. 


do 


Candeish 








Civil Engineer 




Capt. W. F. Cormack 


15th N.L 


28 Oct. 841 


Asst. to do 


Deesa 








Ex. Knginecr 


Dharwar 


Lieut. W. Graham 


Eng. 


do 


do 


Mhow 








do 


Poona 




do 


24 Apr. 844 


dorForests 
Supdg. Canalsft 


Sinde 


Capt. W. Scott 


do 


14 Sept. 


Surat & Broach 


Lieut.C.W.'rremen-l 
hcrej 


do 


24 May 843 


Ex. Engineer 

r Supdg. erec- 
tion of Salt 
^Chookccs 


Southern Concan 


Capt. G. Thornton 


2 Eur. 


7 July 841 


















r Supt.of Roads 
Bunds and 
^Tanks 


Poona, r 


Maj. A.C.Peat,C.B. 


Kng. 


30 Dec. 840 


Ahmednuggur, 








Tauna, and < 
Rntnagcrry 


Capt. J. Ash 


Art. 


25 Nov. 843 


\ 1st Class Afist. 
\ to d^ 


CoUectorates I 


Lteut.T.A.Cowper 


22nd N.L 


23 June 


2nd do 




W.R.Dickenson 


Eng. 


do 


2nd do 



BOMBAY. 



31 



REVENUE SURVEY DEPARTMENT. 



Rank ami Name, 




Date of 
AppL 



Trigonometrical 1st Assistant 



Du 



Deccan 



2d do 
Superintendt. 
Assist^todo 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Kassick •• Superintendt. 
Assist, to do 
MahceCaunta Superintendt. 



Kattywar 
South 
Mahrat a 
Country 



do 

do 

Assist to do 
do 
do 
do 



Capt« R. Shortreed 
Lieut. H. Rivers 
Lieut. A. Nash 
Capt. S. Landon 

W. C. Stather 

Lieut. W. E. Evans 
Capi. H. Boy6 

Capt. D. Davidson 
EnsignH. J. Day 
Capt. H. Giberne 



Lieut. G. Wingate 

Lieut. "W. C. Anderson 

J.T.Francis 

- F. Fanning 

V. S. Kemball 



2d Euc 

Eng. 

do 

lethN.L 

1st do 

1st hiur. 

32d N.L 

18th do 
19th do 
Art. 



Eng. 

1st Eur. 
5th N.L 

9th do 
Art. 



8 Aug. 840 
10 June 842 
do Oct. 841 
10 Oct. 839 

do 
14 Dec. 841 

6 June 842 

30 Aug. 841 

18 May 84) 

6 May 837 



Acting 

8 Mar. 842 

8 Dec. 
16 Dec. 843 
24 FeJ. 844 



22 



BOMBAY. 



ARMY LIST. 



LIEUTENANT GENERAL. 
• G.C.B. t K.C.B. t C.B. 



1779 



Names, 



1788 

17Q5 
1789 
1790 
U97 



1795 



1795 

1797 
1801 

1797 
1790 



1790 
1797 
1795 
1799 
1797 
1799 



1800 
1799 
180a 
1800 
1«00 
1809 
1803 
1802 
1808 

1804 



John W. Morris 




tHemarks, 



On furlough 



MAJOR GENERALS. 



Hugh S.Osborne 
William Hoorac 
Sir D. Lcightonf 
Sir T. CJorsellisf 
George R. Kemp 
Jerry F. Dyson 
Wm. D. Cleiland 
B. W. D. Scaly 
William Gilbert 
BrackleyKennett 
John P. Dunbar 
And. Aitchison 
Adam Hogg 
Christ. Hodgson 
Richard Whish 
E.W. Shuldham 
John Mayne $ 
Wm.SvidwithJ 
James F. Salter^ 
SirEGSUnnus,Kt.t 
SirJ.Sutherland,K.L.S 
F. D. Ballantine 
S. Goodfellow 
Rich. A. Willis 
Peter Dc la Mottc$ 
Vans Kennedy 
Edw. Frederick:^ 
George B.Brooks 
Arch. Robertson 
Peter Lodwick 
Jaraes Morse 
Sam. R. Strover 
Thos. Morgan 
Lech.CRusselU 
David Barr 
F. Farquharson 
Frederick Roome 
'IheRt. HoD.Sirl 
H.Pottinger,Bi.«/ 



ioJan.837 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
28June8d8 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

33NO¥.84l 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



l4thNat.Int; 

24th do do 

7th do do 

9th do do 

18th do do 

isrh do do 

19th do do 

Sd do do 

21st do do 

22d do do 

2dLt. Car 

2Sd Nat. In. 

11th do do 

Artillery 

do 

25thNat.lnf. 
20th do do 
lith do do 
5th do do 
2d£ur.Reg. 
2d Nat.Inf 
8th do do 
Engineers 
15thNat.lnf. 
Sd Lt. Cav. 
4th Nat. Inf. 
10th do do 
20th do do 
1st do do 
16th do do 
6th do do 
Artillery 
l7thNat.Inf. 
Artillery 
Nat. liif. 
do do 
do do 

do do 



On furlough 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Com. South div. 
Orient, trans, to Govt. 
On furlough 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Com. North div« 
On furlough 
On furlough 

Do 
Mil. aud.gen. 
On furlough 

Do 



ARMY LIST. 



gri 



COLONELS. 



^ 



& 



.v^ 



o^ 



1810 

1800 

1303 
1808 
1809 
1800 
1803 
1810 
1803 
1809 
1810 
1803 
1804 
1807 

1818 
1810 
1810 
1803 

1817 
1810 
1810 

1811 
181& 

1817 
1810 
1818 
1813 

1813 

1817 
1814 
1818 

1819 



Names, 



1800 


1803 


1803 


1803 


1803 



James Gibbon 
SamuelHughes X 
Jaraes Shirreff 
Robert Taylor 
Michael Bagnold 



Armj 
Rank, 




120Dec.84l 
. do 
l4June842 
8 Nov. 843 
16 Apr. 844 



2istNat.Inf 
10th do do 
istEur.Reg. 
2d do do 
5thNat.Inf. 



Remarks, 



Com. Asseerghur 
Nizam's ser. 



LIEUTENANT.COLONELS. 



Julius G. Griffith 
A. Manson, X 
Charles B.James 
J. H. DuDsterville 
Charles Payne 
Charles Orans 
David Capon 
W. D. Robertson 
Frederick Hickes 
B.Sandwith,t 
Mathew Soppitt 
John Sutherland 
Fred. Schuler 
Wm. S|)iller 
H. D. Robertson 
George Moore 
Thomas Leighton 
Foster Stalker^ 
G. R. Jervis 
D. Cuninghame 
Geo. J. Wilson 
Thos. Marshall 
Fred, P. Lester 
Francis T. FarrcU 
C. J. Conyngham 
Charles Cathcart 
H. G. Roberts 
"Wm. Cavaye 
David Forbes 
H. Sandwith 
C. Waddington J 
A. T. Reid : 
J* LloydX 
M. StackX 
J, OutramX 
r. fVylUeX 
W, J, BrowneX 



May 833 
28 do 

8 July 
10 do 
l$Sept. 
5 Sept. 835 
3oMay836 

2 5 July 
28Apr. 837 

9N0V. 
30 Jan. 838 
38Fcb. 
4 June 
38 do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
30Apr.839 
80ct. 

3 7 Feb. 840 
OAug. 

29N0V, 
OMar. 841 
380ct. 
33N0V. 

do 

do 

do 
loMay843 
4 July 843 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Artillery 
do 

8thNat.Inf. 

7 th do do 
13th do do 

4th do do 
13th do do 
17th do do 

3d do do 

1st Lt. Cav. 

IstEur.Reg. 

3d Lt. Cav. 

Artillery 

23d Nat. Inf. 

3d Eur. Reg. 
Nat. Inf. 
30th do do 

1st do do 

Engineers 

IstLt. Cav, 

14th Nat. Inf. 

11th do do 

Artillery 

IOthNat.Inf. 

3dLt. Cuv. 
34thNat,Inf. 
I6ih do do 

6tb do do 

9th do do 

dd do do 
Engineers 
13th Nat. inf. 
Artillery 

dd Lt. Cav. 
33d Nat. Inf. 
3lst do do 

8th do 



Com. art. 
Mai wa field force 
Com. Candeish 
Commiii84ry gen. 
Com. Baroda 
Res. Sattara 
On furlough 
Com. Deesa 



Ag. to Gov.gen Rajpootana 
On furlough 
Do 



Mem.Mil. board 

On furlough 

Comg. in Cutch 
On furlough 
Do 



Supdt. of Stud 



Names in iuHU$ brevet rank. 



84 



BOMBAY. 



LIEUTtNANT-COLONELS— conlmiierf. 



S • 

.8^ 



Mames. 



1830 

1810' 
1817 
1811 

1817 
1810 
1803 
1818 



j4, WoodburnX 
C. W. Grant 
H. Cracklow 
E. W. Jones 
J. Saunders