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T H E N E W 
ANNUAL ARMY LIST 

1848. 

(BEING THE NINTH ANNUAL VOLUME,) 



THB DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A STATEMENT OF THE WAR 

SEBTICES AND WODNDS OF NEARLY BVBBT OFFICER 

IN THB ABHT, OBDNANCE, AND MARINES. 

COKREOTBD TO MMB DBCEHBKB, IMT. 

WITH AN INDEX 



Cattain H. O. hart, 4dTH ItBOT. 



LONDON: 

JOHN HUBRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET. 

1848 



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EXPLANATIONS. 



K.O. Knight of Um Order of the Garter. 

K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 

K.P. Knight of the Order of St Patrick. 

O.C.B. Knight Qrand Cnm of the Order of the Bath. 

K.C.B. Knight Cmntiunider of the Order of the Bath. 

C. B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 

G.aif.O. Knight Grand Croa of the Order of St. Michael and St. Qeofge. 

K.C.M.O. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

C.M.Q. Companion of ditto ditto 

O.C.H. Knight Orand Cro9$ of the Royal HanoTerian Guelphic Order. 

K.G.H. Knight CMifnofuitfr of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto 

K.C. Knight of the Crescent. 

C Before the Name, denotes tliat the Officer was at the Battle of Trt^oHgar, 

P Before the Name, denotes that the Officer serred in the Pen^naula^ or' the 

South of Prance, 

C Officers actually present in either of the actions of the 
ni Waterioo Medal. < IGth, 17th, or 18th June, 1816. Such Officers are 

f. allowed two years' additional ierviee. 

N. B. In the List of General and Field Officers, the Names printed in Italic are those of 
Officers retired from the Army, who have been specially allowed to retain their Rank, but 
wiUMMit receiving Pay or progressiTC Promotion. 

Hie Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers arc 
actitaUy attached ; the Letters s. and r. qfter the name distinguish Officers employed on 
the Ste^^ or on the Recruiting Service ; the letter r. before the name denotes that the 
Officer belongs to the Resenre Battalion. The Letters i7. JIf. in the CsTalry Regiments, 
allude to the Riding Masters ; the Letters d. pm, and d, w^, denote the Depdt Paymaster 
and Dep^t Adjutant respectiTcly. — ^The * before the Name or Date of Commission, de- 
notes Tempoimry Rank only. Hie Letter P before the Date indicates that the Conunission 
was purchased. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," ** Waterloo,** &c. denot 
the Honorary Distinctions permitted to be l>ome by such Regiments on their Colonrs and 
appointments, in commemoration of their Services. 



\* Ail eammunieations to be addremed to Captain H aet, 60, Albemarle Street, London. 



U>llOON : PmiMTBD ar STBWaKT AltD MVmaAT, OLD BAILBT. 



CONTENTS. 



page 

ActioDB or Battles 450 

Adjutants of Recraiting Districts 264 

Aides-de-Camp to the Queen 4 

American Staff 322 

Artaicry, Royal 205 

Barrack Masters 325 

Bath, Officers of the Order of. 465 

Battles or Actions 450 

Cadets, Company of Gentlemen 274 

Canada Staff 322 

Cape Mounted Riflemen 259 

Ceylon Rifle Regiment 257 

Ceylon Staff 324 

Chaplains' Department 312, 430 

Chatham Dcp6t Staff 320 

Chelsea Hospital 318, 449 

Colonels 32 

Conunissarfat Department 306, 416 

Dep6t Battalion in the Isle of Wight... 262 

Dragoon Guards 121 

Dragoons 138 

Engineers, Royal 281 

Field Marshals 5 

Foot Guards 144 

Foot ( Numbered Regiments) 151 

Foreign Corps on Half Pay 487 

Foreign Orders ...••• 466 

Foreign SUtioos, Staff on 322 

Garrisons 318, 447 

Garter, Order of 460 

Gcnends .* * * 6 

General Officers receiving rewards for 

Distinguished Services 4 

Gentlemen at Arms, the Honourable 

Corps of 116 

Gkrman Legion 437 

Great Britain Staff 319 

Half-pay List 820 

Hibernian Military School 449 

Honorary Distinctions 450 

Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of . • . • 120 

Jamaica Staff 323 

Index 475 

Inspecting Field Officers 264 

Ionian Islands, Staff 822 

Ireland, Staff in 32 

Lientenant-Generals 9 



page 

Lleutenant-Colonels 57 

Life-Guards 118. IW 

Light Dragoons 130 

Local Rank 113 

Maidstone Depdt Staff 319 

Major-Generais 14 

Majors W 

Malta Fencibles 263 

Marines, Royal 292 

Mauritius Staff 324 

Medical Department 309, 418 

Medical Department, Ordnance 291 

Military CoUege 318, 449 

Military Asylum 318, 449 

Militia 316 

Newfoundland Companies 261 

North America Staff 322 

Nota Scotia Staff 322 

Order of the Garter 460 

Thistle 460 

— St. Patrick 460 

Bath 461 

St. Michael and St. George 466 

Orders, Foreign 468 

Ordnance Department 264 

Paymasters of Recruiting Districts . . . 264 

Provisional Battalion at Chatham 262 

Quarter-Master-General's Department 117 

Recruiting Staff 264 

Retired Officers on Full Pay 3286, 899 

Rifle Brigade 257 

Riding ^tablishment, Ordnance 273 

St. Michael and St. George, Order of 465 

St. Patrick, Order of 460 

Sappers and Miners 285 

Staffat Head Quarters 117 

Staff of Great Britain 319 

Staff on Foreign Stations 322 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 328a 

Thistle, Order of 460 

Tower of London 448 

Veterinary Surgeons on h. p 428 

Western Australia, Staff of 824 

West India Re^ments 264 

West India Staff 828 

Yeomen of the Guard tll5 



AIDBS-DE-OAMP TO THE QUEBlf . 



Colonel O. A. WetbenJl, CB, KH^ Unatt. 

9 Bir Jas. HolmM Schoodde, JrCll.,Unfttt. 

— ^-^ Benry John Wm. Bentlnek, ColdtL Gdt. 
9BL '—'— TbomM B«6d, CZB. 08 P. 

■ flO Alexander Kennedy Olark KeDoedj, 

CB, KM,, Unattaehed. 

G. jr. of HunUy, KT. AberdeeD MUltia. 

T. Wood, Boyal Eae t MIddleaez MlUtla. 

-^-^— John Le Ooateor, Jeney MiUUa. 

Braeet JBterl of Mount Edfcnmbe, Duke of 

Cornwall's Rangen. 
Tboe. Sari de Grey, York Hoatar Yeo- 
manry Oavalry. 

— Edward Baker, R. WUto YeonwniT Ca- 

ralry. 

Cha. D. ^Richmoad, WO. Barnes Mil. 

Tboa. Adams Parke, CB, R. Marinee. 

John Owen, CB, KH, R. Marines. 

Wra. Lord DInorben, R. Anglesey MllJUa 

Horatio George Broke, Unatt. 

-^~ Thomas Weare, JTIT., ProT. Bn. 

— John Oldfleld, JTH., R. Engineers.' 



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Colonel Thomas Dyneley, CB, R. Artillery. 

— B. Yi$e* GuUlamore, Unatt. 

»— ^ Thomas Monteath, CB,, Bengal Infbntf 

I Colin Campbell, CB., 96 F. 

Peter Edmonstone Craigle, CB., h.p. M I 

Edmund Morris, CJ9., Unattached. 

Geo. Peter Wymer, CB,, Bengal Infsft 

— ^ James Priaolz, Guernsey MlUtla. 

WlUlam Pattte, CB, Bengal Caralry. 

Hon, Thomas Ashbnmham, CB. <K F 

I Cha. R. Careton, CB, 141 Laneen, Adji 

Oontral in tko Bast lndis§. 

Michael White, CB,» Dn, 

Hugh M. Wheeler, CB, Bengal Inf. 

John Scott, CB, 9 Lancers. 

J. L. Pennefather, CB, 29 F. 

— A. 8. H. Mountain, CB. 86 F. 

J. R. Stacy, CB. Bengal Intentry. 

G. E. Gowan, CB, Bengal Artdlery. 

Pat. Montgomerle, CB. Madras Art. 

Marquis of Donegal, Antrim MOltla. 



OFFICERS RBCBIVINO REWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICES. 



GeMial 



■ John M'Keniie 

PinsonBonbam 

WUllamEden 

air Alexander Halkett, JTCV. 



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Lieat.-Gen. Samuel Baskiseon 

Henry MonektOB 

Dennis Herbert 

James Lomax. 

..t John Millet Hamertoa, CB. 
fir Darid Zlmenes, KCH» 

— — — Heller Toosel. 

M^or-Gen. ■ Edward Darley. 

- ■ 9 SB James Hay, CB, 

i Wmiam Wood, CB, KB. 

«— ^— '— — — George Bnnell, CB, 

" Henry James RlddelU KS, 
Bir Robert John Harrey, CB, 
Bir Dudley St. LegerHlll, CB. 
Sir Richard Armstrong, CB, 
Bir Fred. StoTln, JTCB. KCMG. 
Alexander Thomson, CB, 
Wm. F. P. Napier, CB. 
JotoOnfly, CB. 



M^or-Gen. 



Jacob TonsoB, CB, 
Wm. Alex. Gordon, CB. 
James Fsrgusson, CB. 
Thomas William Brotberton, CB. 
Bir James Henry Reynett, KCB. 
Ullam Smelt, CB, 
John Bell, CB. 

Samuel BetOemln Auehmnty, CB, 
Thomas LIghfoot, OB, 
Aimed Dodsworth FMnce, CB, 
RoMT Parke. 

R. B. MacphenoB, CB., KB, 
James Allan, CB. 
9B Richard Unellyn, CB. 
Richard Egerton, CB. 

Bir William Chalmers. CB., KCS 

llflt Charles Beckwlth, CB, 
tm WUUam Campbell, CB. 
Bir Thomas WiUahire, Bt, KCB. 
B. FcaroB, CB, 
9 Robert DalselL 



Quarter-Matter James Morrmy, h. p. 94 F. 
T. W. Bdwuda, h. p.84 W 



THE 



NEW ANNUAL ARMY LIST 



1848. 



FIELD-MARSHALS. 

9im His Grace ARTHUR, Duke of WELLINGTON, KG. GCB. GCH., Entign^ 

7 March, 1787; Lieut, 25 Dec. 87; Captain^ 30 June, 01; Major, 30 April, 03; 
Lieut,-CoUmel, 30 Sept. 03; Colonel^ 3 May, 06; Mqjar-General, 30 April, 02; 
Lieut'Generalf 25 April, 08; General (in Spain and Portugal), 31 July, 11; Field 
Marehalf 21 June, 13. Colonel of the Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards, 22 Jan. 
1827 ; Colonel-in-Chief of the Rifle Brigade, 10 Feb. 1820 ; ConaUble of the Tower of 
London, 20 Dec. 1826 ; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 27 Dec. 1828 ; Commander- 
in-Chief, 15 Aug. 1842. 

HU Mqjeaty the KING of HANOVER, KG. KP. GCB., Lieut. -General, 18 May, 1706 ; 
General, 25 Sept. 1803; Field Marehal, 26 Nov. 1813. 

BU Royal Highness ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, Duke of CAMBRIDGE, KG. GCB. 
GCMG. GCH., Lieut.-General, 24 Aug. 1708 ; General, 25 Sept. 1803 ; Field Marshal, 
26 Nor. 1813. Colouel of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 5 Sept. 1805; 
and CoIonel-iu-Chief of the 60th (or the King s Royal Rifle Corps), 22 Jan. 1827. 

His Mqjetty the KING of the BELGIANS, KG. GCB. GCH., General, 2 May, 1816; 
Field Marshal, 24 May, 1816* 

His Royal Highness FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, Duke 
ef SAXONY, Prince ^f SAXE COBURG AND GOTH A, KG. KT. KP. GCB. 
GCMG., 8 Feb. 1840. Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, 25 April, 1842 ; GoTeraor 
and Constable of Windsor Castle, 18 May, 1843. 

^im^HiM Mqjesty the KING qf the NETHERLANDS,* GCB., Lieutenant- Colonel, 
11 June, 11 ; Colonel, 17 Oct. 11 ; Mt^jor -General, 13 Dec. 13; Lieutenant-General, 

8 July, 14; General, 25 July, 14 ; Field Marshal, 28 July, 45. 

Sir GEORGE NUGENT, Bart., GCB., Ensign, 5 July 1773; iteu#. 23 Nov. 75; 
Captain, 28 April 78 ; Mqjor, 3 May 82 ; Lieut, -Colonel, 8 Sept 83 ; Colonel, 1 Mar. 
04; 3f£|;or- Genera?, 3 May 00 ; Lieut.-General, 25 Sept. 03; General, 4 Juuc 13; 
Field Marshal, Nov. 46 ; Colonel of the 6th Foot, 26 May 06; Captain of St. Mawes, 
2 Nov. 06. 

THOMAS GROSVENOR, Ensign, 1 Oct. 70; Lietit. and Captain, 20 Oct. 84; Captain 
and Lieut.'Colonel, 25 April OS; Colonel, 3 May 06; Mqjor General, ^ April 02 ; 
Lieut. General, 25 April 08; General, 12 Aug. 10; Field Marshal, Nov. 46; 
Colonel of the 65th Foot, 8 Feb. 14. 

9 ^m HENRY WILLIAM, Marquis of ANGLESEY, KG. GCB. GCH., Lieut.- 
Colma,* 12 Sept. 03 ; Colonel, 3 May 06 ; Major General, 20 April 02 ; Lieut.- 
General, 25 April 08 ; General, 12 Aug. 10 ; Field Marshal, Nov. 46 ; Colonel of the 
Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 20 Dec. 42 ; Captain of Cowes Castle, 25 Mar. 26; 
Master General qf the Ordnance. 



1 His Majesty the King of the Netherlands served in the Peninsula from 1811 to the end 
of that war in 1814, the principal part of which period as extra Aide-de-Camp to the Duke 
of Wellington, and was present at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, and battles of 
Salamanca, Yittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, for which his Majesty has received a cross and 
two clasps. Commanded the Dutch troops in the campaign of 1815; and the first corps 
d'armee of the Duke of Wellington's forces at the battle of Waterloo, and was shot through 
the left shoulder at the close ot that action, having, also, been present in the preceding 
eogagementa. 

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War Sendees of the Oeiieral Officers who are not Colonels of Regiments. 

1 Sir Alexander llMkenne lerVed with Lord Moira'i ■rmy on the •zpeditioii for the relitf 
of Ottend, in 1794; u second in command at the capture of ue Cape of Good Hope, in 1795; 
in command of a diriaion on the expedition againit Naples, in 1808 ; iad afterwards in comma&d 
of the army in the two Calahrias. 

2 Lord Cork serred in Flanders, in 1793, and was present at the sieees of Yalendennes and 
Dunkirk, at the former of which he was one of the storming party. In 1794 he accompanied 
the expedition under Lord Moira; was present at the battle of Alost, and made prisoner at the 
oapitnlation of Bergen-op-Zoom. Served with the Guards in Holland, In 1799. Commanded 
the first battalion of the Coldstream Guards in E^ypt, in 1801, and was present at the taking 
of Alexandria, and in the different engagements mth the army under Sv Eyre Coote^ to the 
westward of Alexandria. 

8 Lord Lorton serred with the 58fch as a marine on board the Vengeance 74. Went out witk 
Sir Charles Grey's expedition to the West Indies, In 1793, and served in the 1st battalion of 
Grenadiers, under the command of the late Duke of Kent, at the captures of Martinique, St. 
Lucia, and Guadeloupe ; on the conclusion of the campaign rejoined the 58th at Martinique. In 
about six weeks following, in consequence of a French force having re-taken Grande Terre, he 
was ordered with the Grenadiers again to Guadeloupe, and was engaged in the several aotioni 
of that second campaign; in covering the retreat of the troops from roint-&-Pitre, was strudc 
by a spent ball, which was the occasion of a handsome compliment from Sir Charles Grey in 
m>nt of the Grenadiers, while inepeoting the remains of the army on the afternoon of that 
fatal day, as in fact he was a volunteer on this second expedition, having previously received 
permission from Sir Chsrles to return to Europe in consequence of promotion. During the 
night the troops were re- embarked, he commanded an advanced pofeition close to the French 
lines while the operation was in progress. Snrved also during the rebellion in Ireland, 
in 1798, at Vinegar Hill, &a, and sulMequently as a Brigadier-General in the Western 
District. 

4 General M*Kensie served the campaign of 1794 on the Continent, including the seversl 
actions between the Waal and Rhine, forcing the enemy from Su Andr6, sortie from Nimeguen, 
and the actions at Thuyl and GeldermaUen. Served also on the eastern coast of Spain under 
Sir Wm. Henry Clinton. 

5 General Stirliog, in command of the Light Company of the 50tb, at the storming of the 
Convention Redoubts, the tailing of Sc Fiorenza and Bsittia, the ttormlDg the MoseUe Fort, the 
siege of Calvi, and the capture of Corsica, m 1794. He after erards commanded a District in 
Ireland and in Great Britain. 

6 General Wood served as a Major- General on the staff in the East Indies, and was actively 
employed in the Nepaul war. 

7 General White was appointed, in 1793, Brigade-Major to the Guards employed in the 
campaigns in Flanders, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk, and at the 
action and storming of Lineelles. 

8 General Bonbam served upwards of 22 years in the West Indies, and acted as chief of 
the Quarter-Master -General's department on the two expeditions against St Lucia and Tobago^; 
and Demerara and Berbice ; on the latter he was second in command. He was also present sS 
the storming of Mome Fortunde, St Lucia, on the night of the 2d of June, 1803. 

9 Gener^ Goldie served in Ireland during the Rebellion, in 1798; also in the Peninsula for 
a few months, in 1812. 

10 Geoeral Eden served as Assistant- Quarter-Master-General in Flanders in 1794, and in 
Holland in 1795; also at the capture of Java in 181 1, for which he has received a medaL 

11 General Goaseliu served on the expedition against Genoa, under Lord Wnt Bentinck} and 
sabseqaenUy in the American War. 

12 General Walker was present at the siege and surrender of Fort Bourbon, and of the Island 
of Martinique, in 1794. He was at Bssse Terre, in Guadeloupe, on the Republican Troops 
regaining possession of the Island; and at the defence of Furt Matilda f^om the 10th of 
October, when attacked by the French, to nearly the time of its evacuation. In December fol- 
lowing be proceeded to Grenada in command of the Royal Artillery, and was there when the 
insurrection of the slaves took place, assisted bv the French, when the Governor and upwards 
of forty of the principal inhabiunts were murdered. He was Commandant of the garrison of 
Charlemont Fort during the Irish rebellion in 1798. 

13 Sir Alexander Hdkett served at the captures of Martinique, St Lucia, and Guadaloupe, 
in 1794; at O^tcnd, under Sir Eyre Coote, where he was taken prisoner; with the expedition 
to the Helder, In 1799, where he was twice wounded; and at the capture of the Cape of Good 
Hope, in 1806. 

14 Lord Carysfort served as Secretary to the mission of Colonel Crawfnrd, at the head- 
quarters of the Archduke Charles, and was present at all the battles of the campaign of 1796 
in Germany, at the siege of Ki-hl, and the affair at the beginning of 1797, on the Rhine. 
Served as Aide-de-camp to Lord Ccrnwallis in Ireland during the Bcbellion; after which he 
was emplnved in Germany, and was present at all the actions of that year in Switserland, under 
General Hotie, and with the Russiim army at the battle of Zurich. Campaign in Egypt u 
Aide-de-camp to Sir RUph AbCTcrombv, and afterwarda to Lord Hntdiinson. On the Qnarter- 
Mii«er-G«nmra atalf on the expedition to Sweden, and afterwarda to Spain, undtr Sir John 



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Waf Services qfthe General Officers. 21 

Moore, incloding the battle of Coraona. Embarked with the Goardfi for Waloheren in Jaly 
1809, and served in the resorve in South Beyeland. Accompanied the Goarda to Spain in 1811, 
and vras appointed to the command of the garrison of Cadiz. At the defence of l^ifa, he n aa 
second in command. Marched from, thence with the detachment of the Guards that joined 
Lord Hill, and sabseqaently formed a Junction with the Duke of Wellington on hia retreat 
from Borgos. In 1813 he returned to England, and shortly afterwards he again embarked with 
a dtftachment of Guards for Flanders, a brigade of which he commanded in Uie attack on Ber- 
gen-op-Zoom. Medal for services in Egypt. 

. 15 General the Honourable T. £. Capef served the campaigns in Flanders under the Duke of 
York. Employed as Assistant-Adjutant- General at Cadix in 1811. 

16 General Mundy served in Ireland during the Bebellion, in 1798. Went in conunand of 
the 3rd Dragoons to Waloheren, in 1809; and in command of the same regiment to the Penin- 
sula, in 181 1. 

17 Lieut.-General Thomas served in the first American war, and was present at the several 
landings on Staten, Long, and York Islands; the battle of the 27th August 1776, on Long 
Lland, capture of Forts £ra and Washington, battles of Brandy wine and Germantown, at which, 
last be received two balls in his head. Proceeded to the West Indies in 1778, and was present 
at the capture of St. Lucia, and the battle of the Vigie. Served on board the Comwau in the 
action off Grenada, between Admiral Byron and the Comte d'Estaignes, 6th of July 1779; also 
on board the Conqueror in the action between Admiral Parker and La Motte Picquet, in Fort 
Koyal Bay, Martinique, 19th Dea 1799; and in the successive actions between Bear-Adnir^ 
Rowley with the Comte de Guichen, off Martinique, 17th April following. Present at 
the capture of Port-au-Prince, 4th Juue 1794. Served also in Ireland during the BebelUon, 
in 1798. 

18 Lieut-General Bailor served the campaigns of 1793 and 94 in Flanders; and subeeqaently 
in the West Indies, including the siege of bt. Luoia, and reducti(m of Grenada. 

19 Sir Henry Edw. Bunbury served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of the 19th 
Sept., 2nd and 7th October. Served also on the expedition to Naples and Calabria in 1805 and 
6, and was present at the battle of Maida, for which he haa received a medaL 

20 Lieut-General Mawby embarked with the 18th for Toulon, in October 1793; and, after 
serving with it there, he was appointed Assistant-engineer, and sent to the out-post of Cape 
Brun, where he remained until that place was evacuated, 17th December following. Embarked 
for Corsica 12th May 1794; proceedf'd with the Grenadiers from Bastia for Calvi, in Jime, and 
was present during the whole of the siege of that place, as also at the storming of the MozeUe 
fort Embarked for India 20th April 1805, in command of the 53rd. In November 1809, he 
accompanied the regiment into the province of Bundelcund, and waa appointed to command the 
first brigade of Infantry, and which command he held until the army was ordered into canton- 
ments, 29 th March 1812. At the storming of Callinger, 2nd February 1812, he commanded the 
British troops. 

21 Lieut -General the Honourable John Meade served in Holland under the Duke of 
York, Accompanied the expeditions to the Ferrol and to Portugal in 1800. Served also 
in the Peninsula, and commanded the 45th at the battle of Buaaco, for which he has reoeiyed 
a medaL 

22 Sir Robert Barton served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, and was present in the actiona 
of the 8th, 10th, and 19th September. Accompanied the Life Guards to the Peninsula, where he 
served for a short period. 

23 Sir Woi. Paterion served at the taking of the French West India Islands In 1794. 
Served also in the American war, and was present at several operations in the Chesapeak, and 
with the Qxper^iiioQ againtit New Orleans, where he waa severely wounded. 

24 Sir Jamvs Bdthurst served at the capture of Surinam, as Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomaa 
^^^^go. Ue WAS attached as Captain to the 1st battalion of the 54th during the whole of the 
Eg^ypLian campaiga of 1801 (medal), and was present in the action at the landing, and in the 
various actions during the campaign to the east and west of Alexandria, and also at the siege 
of Marabout. He served on the staff in the expedition to Hanover in 1805. He was with the 
Russian Army in 1807 in the aotious fought for the relief of Dantz'ig, and in those of Lomitten, 
Deppen, Gutstadt, Hcihberg, and Frcediaud. He next served on the Quarter-Master- General's 
Staff at Bugen, and at the siege of Copenhagen. He accompanied Sir Brent Spencer's secret 
expedition in 1808 ; and in 1809 and 10 he served with the Armj in Portugal as Assistant- 
Quarter- Muster-General, and afterwards as Military Secretary to the Duke of Wellington: he 
WU3 present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, passage of the Douro, and battles 
of Talavera and Busaco. Sir James has received a cross, 

25 Lieut -Genersil Pigot was a(;tivftly employed in the West Indies in 1794 ; in the Mediter- 
raiican and capture of Minorca in 1798 ; at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806; 
and in the E^t Indies in 1818. 

26 Lieut. -General the Honourable A. P. Upton joined the Duke of York's army in Holland, 
in Nov. 1794, with which he served the eusuing wiuter campaign, and returned to England with 
the army iu M^y 1795. In 1799 he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercromby, 
and was present at the battle of the 27th Au^. on the landing near the Holder, as also at those of 
the 10th Sept, 2nd and 6ih Oct. Appointed Assistant-Quarter- Master-General to the army 

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ii Wait Strtkes of the Qeneral Officers, 

uitder Lord Chtlbftiii In 1809: landed at WaMeren %*fiStk July iriA tlie troops, and was preMiit 
at the actions in which the enemy were driren faito Flnetiingi and alto at the siege of that place. 
Served at Cadis firom Aor. 1811 to Aug. 1812, and with the Dake of WelHngton'to army on the 
Qaarter-Haster-GeneraTi stai^ from Sept. 1812 to the end of the war in 1814^ ineluaiDg the 
retreat into Portogal, actions of San Mnnos and 0>ma» battle of Yittoria, action at Tolosa, pass- 
age of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nirelle, battles of the Nire on the 9th, lOth, 1 Ith, and 12th bec^ 
passage of the Adonr, action of St £tienne, investment of Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie*, 
employed as military correspondent with the Bavarian army In 1815, and was present with it in 
its raHons operations. He has recefyed a medal and one clasp for the battles ot Vittoria and the 
Niro. 

27 Lieat'General Hoskisson served in the field, in India, under Lord Lake, and subsequently 
at the siege of Ryghur, and at the capture of several towns and forts. In October 1818, com* 
manded at Candeish, at the taking of Behauderpore and Amulneir. 

26 Lieut.-Gkneral Monckton served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. ^ 

29 iiieut-Qeneral the Honourable George Murray served the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 
and 14, in command of the 2nd Life Guards. 

30 Lieut-General S. Brown served in Egypt in 1801, as an Assistant- Quar ter-Master- 
GeneraL In January 1808, he was tout on a secret service under the orders of the Secretary 
of State, and appointed Deputy-Quarter-Master-General to the forces under General Spencer. 
In June 1806, he was employed on a secret service in Portugal, and was present as a volnnleer 
at the battle of Roleia. 

81 Lieut -General Herbert served on the Continent with the army under Lord Moira and the 
Duke of York. Sngaged during the Carib war in St Vincent's ; at Fort-au-Prinoe, in St 
Domingo ; and at Fort Lrois during the three months' siege. Served also at the siege of 
Copenhagen, 1807. 

82 Lteut.-General Armstrong went out to Flanders with Lord Moira, in 1794 { Joined the 
Duke of York at Antwerp, and was in that disastrous retreat through Holland in the winter of 
1794-95, and embarked at Bremen. Served in Ireland during the Kc^bellion in 1798, and was 
AsButant-Aiyutant-Oeneral of the Centre District under (General R. Dundas, until the peace 
of 1802. 

S3 Sir George Quentin served in the Peninsula in command of the 10th Hussars, and has 
received a medal and one clasp for the battles of Orthes and Toulouse. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

34 Lieut-General Gordon served at the siege of Pondicherry, battle of Argaum, sieges of 
Asseer^hur, Gawilghur, and various other hill forts. Served aUo at Walcheren in 1809. 

35 Lteut-General Bethune served with the 49th in Holland, in 1 799, and was severely wounded 
in the lungs at the battle of Alkmaar. Also on board the Betlona at Copenhtigen, under Lord 
Nelson, and received a wound from a cannon-shot which lacerated his lower jaw. At the brv^ak- 
ing out of hostilities in 1803, be was exposed to the decree of Napoleon, which arrested British 
subjects in the French territories, and remained a prisoner until 1814. 

36 Lieut-General Tates served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the Egyptian medal. 

37 Lieut.- General Crawford served in Holland in 1794 and 95, and was present at Tiel when 
bombarded by the French i at Nimeguen during the siege and at the sortie ( at the attack of Furt 
St. Andre, the attack on the enemy's works at Thuyl, the several engagements in and near 
Geldermanselt and on the retreat, his guns, which were in rear of the Army, were constantly 
engeged. In 1798 he waa actively employed in Ireland during the rebellion. 

38 Lieut- General Hamerton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, in 1794. 
Embarked for the West Indies in 1795, and was at the capture of St Lucia the following year. 
Served in Egypt in 1801. Conunanded the 1st battalion of the 44th rcgt in Spain ; ana the 
2nd battalion in the campaign of 1815, and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 

39 Sir Love Jones Parry served in the last American war; commanded a frontier briga.1e 
in Upper Canada, and was wounded and had a horse shot under him at the battle of Lnndy^s 
Lane. 

40 Sir David Ximenes served in Sicily, Egypt, twice in North America, Bermuda, Ceylon, 
and India. Was present at the taking of the Islands of Isehia and Procida, in 1809. Com- 
manded the 62ttd at the attack and capture of Genoa, In 1814; and at the successful expedition 
np the Penobscot in the same year. Sir David wus nearly 38 years on Foreign service. 

41 Major-General Colquhoan served in Flanders and Holland under the Duke of York, 
in 1794 and 95, and was present at the battle of Tournayi and in the attack by the enemy 
on the advanced post of Drutin, 19th Oct 1794, on which day he wis afterwards wounded 
and Uken prisoner. Employed on the staff as Aide-de-camp during the Rebellion in Ireland, 
in 1798. Resent at the blockade and surrender of Malta. Served also for a short period in 
Portugal. 

42 Sir Charles Wade Thornton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, and lost an 
arm hv a cannon-shot at Lannoi. 

43 Sir Fri>(iortck Trench served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; at WalchereOi in 1809; in the Penin- 
sula, in 1811 ; and in Holland, in 1814. 



TFor Servieei of thi General Offioeri. 93 

45 Mi^-GfliMral Stamll Mrred st Gibnlttt from Hanh 1789, to tiie tmaiuaoii of tlie 
sisget and on the Coatiiieni during ^e onmpalgnB of 1794 and 95, Wm MstiTelT employed in 
the island of St Yinoent daring the latter part of 1795 and the early part of 1796{ in the 
action of the 8fih Jan. he reoeired three n ounda, Ti&, in the month, in the breaat hy a hnck- 
idiot, and above the right knee by a muaket-baU, whidi borieditaelf in the bone, «nd oooaakmed 
ampntation of the leg. 

46 M^or-Oeneral Bradshaw was aetiTely employed in St. Domingo in 1793, 94, and 95, and 
oommanded at St. Maries and Tiburon, when those posts were attaeked by the enemy. Served 
in Ireland daring tiie rebellion, in 1798; with the expedition to the Ferrol, in 1800; and the 
Egyptian campaign of 1801, indnding the aotiona of Uie 8th, Idth, and 21st Maroh. Medal for 
senrioes in Bgypt 

47 Visoount de Chabot served in HoUoad, in 1799; in Spain, under Sir John Moore; with 
the expedition to Walcheren, 1809; and subsequently in the Peninsula, until 1810. 

48 Sir Patrice Boss served nine years in India as Captain of the 25th, afterwards the 22nd 
Light Dragoons, in the Mysore campaign under Lord Harris, in 1799, inclndins the battle of 
Mailavelly, and siege of Seringapatam ; with the division under Sir Arthur WeUesley, in the 
campaign of 1801, against the Mahratta Chief Dhoondiah; and from 1802 to 1804, in the 
Mahratta country, and at the redaction of the ceded provinces. He returned from India in 
1805, soon after which he was appointed Bli^or; and, in 1807, Lieut- Colonel of the 2ard Light 
Dragoons. Having exdianged to Infaniry, he joined the 2nd battalion of the 48th rest, in 
Portugal, in 1810, and as the senior officer held the command of General (the late Lord) 
Hill's brigade until compelled by severe illness to return to England. On his recovery, 
he was placed as Assistant- Adjutant-General on the Home Staff, on which he continued till the 
Peace of 1814* In 1816, be was appointed to the 75th regt, joined it in the Ionian Islands, 
and remained in command of that corps, and of the Island of Santa Maura and Zante until 
1821, when he was promoted to the rank of Major- General. In 1824 he was appointed to the 
Staff of the Ionian Islands, from which he was advanced to the Government of Antigua, 
Montserrat, and Barbuda, in the following year. 

49 Major-General Palmer served in the Peninsula with the lOth Hussars. 

50 Major-General Wm. Stewart served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal for the 
battle of Albuhera. 

51 Sir Henry W. Hooke embarked with the Brd Guards for Holland, in Aug. 1799, and 
was present in the actions of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept, 2nd and 6th October. Bm* 
barked again for Holland, Nov. 1813, in command of the 2nd bsttalion of that regt, and was 
present at the advance to Antwerp, bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and attack 
on Bergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battlea of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo. 

52 Sir John Geo. Woodford served as Deputy* Assistant-Adjutant-General on the Expeditioa 
to Stralsund, and afterwards to Copenhagen, in 1807; and as Depu^-Assistant-Quarter- 
Masier-Qenerai on the Expedition under Sir David Baird, which joined Sir John Moore's army 
in Galicia, and was present at the battle of Corunna. Served aiterwards in the Peninsula as 
an Assiiitant-Quarter-Master-General, and has received a eross for the battles of Ntveile, Nive, 
Orthes, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and the 
taking of Cambray. 

63 Major-General Darley served at the siege of Port-au-Prince, in St Domingo, in 1794; 
flubseqnently at the siege of Mome-Fortun^e, in St Lucia; in Egypt, in 1807. Commanded 
900 men on an expedition in a joint attack with H. M frigates the Imperieuae and JTuumb, and 
in co-operation with a party of seamen, ascending the heights of Palinura in Calabria, against 
a strongly -posted enemy three times the strength of the assailants: drove them off the ground, 
and maintained the post for three days. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from August 1818 
to the end of that war in 1814. including the battle of the Nivelle, and the actions before 
Bayonne, on the 9th, lOth, and llth Dec. 1813. 

54 M^jor-General Mahon served in Ir« land in the rebellion of 1798. He served also twenty 
years in the West Indies ; and was present at the capture of Surinam and of Guadalonpe. 

56 Major-General James Hay served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 16th 
Lijght Dragoons, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. Medal and a daap for the battles of 
Vittoria and the Nive. 

67 Major*General Wood accompanifd the expedition to Hanover in 1805. He next served 
the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle of Corunna. Subsequently at the siege of Flush- 
ing, he volunteered to storm the enemy's entranchments, which he earned; and in Nov. he waa 
again sent to Walcheren to cover the embarkation of the troops when the island was evacuated. 



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24 VfuT SmAu% of the Genial Qfficeri. 

la 1010 he proceeded to the Mediterraaeao, where he served three yeen, end on bemg pro- 
moted, in 1813, to the Lieat.-Cuk>nelcy of Uie 85th, he joined Uie army in Spain. In 1814 
he accompeniiwi the 85th to Ameriee, end commended it at the battle of Bledeneburg* when 
he received four eevere wounds, had a h<ff»e shot under hiffl» and waa obliged to surrender 
himself ea a priaoner of war. 

58 Mejor-General A'Coort was detached on a separate oommand in 1806 to the Adriatic, to 
attack the islands of Tremiti; and in the same year he aaaisfted at the siege of Soyllai In 1807 
he served in £gjpt| and waa present at the capture of Alexandria, and in the action near 
Hosettu, At the siege and capture of Santa Maura he was in charge of the Quarter-Biaster- 
General's department: he was also at the siege of Canri in the same year. He waa Aide-de- 
camp to the Adjutant- General when the enemy landed in Sicily, in 1809, and commanded th« 
advance-guard to which nearly 1000 prisoners surrendered, and he personally oi4;>tured tht 
enemy's standard. Served afterwards on the staff in Sicily, Spain, and Italy, and waa present 
at the siege of Tarragona* action at Villa Franca, and retreat from thence ; subsequently at the 
occupation of Leghorn, capture of Genoa, siege of Savona, and lastly at the surrender of Naples 
in 1815. 

59 Hijor-General D'Aguilar served eight years in India during the wars of Soindia and 
HoUur, and was present at the aiege and storm of Baroach in Guaerat in Aug. 1803 ; at th« 
reduction of Powenghar in Malwa in 1804 ; the capture and occupation of Ougein, the capital 
of Soindia, in 1805 ; also at the several assanlta upon the Fortress of Bhur^re in 1806, in the 
last of whioh he waa wounded. Served aubeequently in Walcheren at the siege of Fjoahing. 
Also in Sidly, the Greek Islands, and on the eastern coast of Spain, where he was preaent d 

1813 at the action of Biar, and defeat of Marshal Suchet at Castalla. Joined the army in the 
Netherlanda under the Duke of Wellington in 1815, and waa present at the cspture of Paria 
Midor-General D'Agnilar haa served 26 years on the General Stail^of which eight as Asaiatant- 
Adjntant-GeneBal at the Horse Guards (principally under the I>ttke of York), and twelrt 
aa Adjutant-General of the army in Ireland. 

60 Major-General Charles Turner, served In Portugal as Captatnof the 26th Light Dragoom 
firaan Uecomber 1799 to December 1800. £mbarked from Lisbon to join the expedition under 
Sir Babph Aberoroml^ ; proceeded to Malta and Marmorice Bay, was appointed Brigade.M^f<r 

o the Oavalry s landed with the Cavalrv on the 8ih Biarch in £%ypt; was in the advance witk 
the army on the 11th, 12th, and general action of the 13th; waa made prisoner in a skinnui 
with the French cavalrv near Lmc Mareotis, on the 18tb March; confined in Fort Pliann, 
Alexandria, till released by the capitulation of that city in September 1801. In October 184C 
appointed Aide-de-camp to Lient.-Gfneral Floyd, second in command in Ireland. In Marci 
1806 appointed Assistant Adjntant^GeniraL In January 1808, baviug exchenged as Migor 23r^ 
light Uragoona to the 13th regiment, aocompantfKi that cerpe to Bermuda, thence in Deceinbe 
embarked for Btfbadoea, and sailed with the expedition against Martiniquei was present at tlv 
landing actiona and capture of that inland in 1809. Medal for services m Egypt. In March 181: 
waa re-appointed Aasistaot Adjutant-General in Ireland, which appointment he held till ha wei 
promoted to the rank of Msjor-General) and in March 1844 was appointed to the command c< 
the Cork District 

' 61 M»ior»Qaneral Loftus served with the 2nd battalion of the 38th during the time it wai 
empbyed in the Peninanla, and was nresent at the battle of Basaoo, retreat to the lines «.; 
Torres Yedras, ad ranee in pursuit of Masaena, storming of Badajoz- commanded the detach- 
ment of the 5th division which took possession of the Tete-de-Pont, Sl ChrikU>nal» and tb« 
other Forts on the right bank of thc» Guadiana, and to whioh GenersJ Pbillipon surrend«j^ ; 
—battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, — commanded the light troops of the 5th divisios 
upon the advance to Burgos, retreat from thence, oction at Villa Muriel, and other miui'X 
affainu 

62 Msjor-Geoeral Bunell served at the c^pturo of Guadaluupc in 1810 ; and the campaign u 

1814 in Upper Canada. Served also in China, end commanded the land luxce at the first cap- 
ture of Chusan, and a brigsde at the attack upon Canton. 

63 Majur-Gkueral Aylmer served at the IleMiT in 1799, includlsg the action of the l«-.a 
ScpU I hgypiiaMi campaign of 1801 ; campaign of 1808-9 in Spain and Portugal, including tbi 
battles of Koleta, Vimtera, and C>runsa. Subsequently viith the expi'diiion to Walcheren. 

64 Major-Qenersl Riddell served as Dt^puty-Assistont-Quarur-Master-General at the cap- 
ture of Copenhagen in 1807 ; and as Asststant-Quaxtfr-MAstiT- General on the eaatetn eoaat %.i 
Spain and at Genoa, with the army under Lord William Bentinvk. 

65 Msjur-General Vernon served the campaign of 1808-9 in the P«n]nsula, aa a Deputy- 
Aasiatant^Adjutant- General. Subaequtntly in thu same capaoity i^ith the Duke of Welling tc^*i 
army until Jane 1811, and was present at the buttl« of Tuluvira. Served with the 2nd hmJr 
talioa 66th« at the surprise of a French division at Arroyo da Molino, and other operauon^ 
DC til the capture of Badajoz. With the Qoeau's at the reduction of the Forts and battle x^ 
Salamanca — slightly nounded early in the day, ^«i very severely at the clcae of the actii d, % 
ball having entered his breast and K^^gcd near ti.e heart, after uaring along two nba. >\ !• 
loved the army again at the expiration of tbrtv arieks, and resum«'d the command of lu 
regiment, with which he served in the various operations preceding, during, and subsequent w 
the siege of Bnrgoa. Medal fur Halamancui 



War Sermcin of the Qtnertil Officers. 26 

65 1^ Jftmes Hope serred with the exped2tl<m to Himover in 1605-6 ;' to Zeaknd \n 1807, 
including the siege of Copenhagen ; to 8weden in 1808 ; In Portugal and Spain in 1808-9, itt«> 
eluding the action at Lugo and battle of Gordnoa. Witfaf the eitfpedition to Walcheren in 1809 ; 
the PettiBBular campaigns from 1810 to tbe end of that war in 1814, indnding the battle of 
Barrosa, siege of Ciudad Bodrigo, coyering the siege of Badajoz, affairs in front of Sftlamanca 
and at Osma, battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passages of the Bidassoa, Qaye d'Oldrbn, 
and Ghive de Fan ; battles of the Nivelle, Nire, Orthes, and Toulouse. Sir James has reoeired 
a cross and a clasp for the battles of Vittoria, NiyeDe, Nive, Qrthes, and Toulouse. 

67 Sir Robert Harrey served as Assistant-Quarter- Master-Geneml of the British and of the 
Portuguese armies in Portugal, Spain, and France, from 1809 to the close of the war in 1814, 
and was present at the battles of the passage of the Douro and Busaco, second siege of Badajoz, 
sieg* and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Bargos, battles 
of Vittoria, Pyrenees (slightly wounded), Nirelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides 
numerous minor affairs. From 1809 to 1811 he was employed in procuring intelligence of the 
enemy in adrance of the army, in organizing nine Portuguese Guerilla Corps (the officers of 
which presented him with an eleeant sword in testimony of his ser?iceB with them) ; and in 
resisting the attempt of the enemy's passage of the TspiB at Chamnsca. From 1811tol814he 
was the organ of communication between the Duke of Wellington and the Portuguese troops. 
Medal for the battle of Orthes. 

68 Sir Dudley Hill accompanied the 95th (Rifle Brigade) to South America, in 1806; volun- 
teered the Forlorn Hope at Monte Video, and led the storming imrty that scaled the walls of 
the batteries at the south end of the fortress; present also at the batue of Colonia, and at the 
attack on Buenos Ayres, where he was wounded in the thigh and taken prisoner. Served 
afterwards the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle of Roleia (wounded in the leg), action 
at Benevente, and retreat to Corunna. Returned to Portugal in the Rifle Brigade in 1809, 
and was present at the battle of Talavera, action of tiie Coa, and all the different actions the 
Rifles were engaged in, until appointed migor in the Lusitanian Legion previous to the battle of 
Busaco, at which he commandea a wing of the regiment and was wounded. Commanded ha)f 
the regiment and the British Light Companies at Uie battle of Fnentes d'Onor; the 8th Oa^a- 
dores at the storming of Badajoz, and, unassisted, took the strong fort of Pardakras early on 
the night of the assault. Commanded the same battalion at the battle of Sahmanoa, and was 
twice severely wounded — in the breast and through the left arm. Assisted with his battalion 
ftt the siege of Burgos, and during the retreat defended the passage, over the Carrion, where 
more than half of the battalion were killed, and was himself wonndra and taken prisoner, but 
was afterwards retaken. Commanded the battalion at the battle of Vittoria, and during the 
entire siege of San Sebastian: at the storming of this fortress he headed the attack of the 5th 
Division, and was twice wounded. Also commanded the regiment at the investment of Bayonne 
and repulse of the sortie. Sir Dudley has received a cross and one clasp. 

69 Sir Edmund Wiltiams served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of 
the 2nd and eth Oct. (wounded). Present at the battle of Maida, in 1806; and at the taking of 
Ischia in 1809. Served abo throughout the war in the Peninsula, including the battle of 
Busaco (wounded), siege of Badajoz in 1811, battle of Salamanca (twice wounded, onoe 
severely), siege of Bargos, battle of Vittoria, action at Tolosa, the enture siege of St. Sebastian, 
including the first, second (wounded), and third assaults; passage of the Bidassoa, battles of 
the Nivelle and Nive, passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonne (wounded). Sir 
Sdmand has received a cross and one clasp. 

70 Msjor-General M*Douall served in the American war, and when in command of the Fort 
of MichUimackinac, he successfully defended it when attacked by a very superior force on the 
4th Aug. 1814, which he drove off with considerable loss. 

71 Sir Richard Armstrong served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to the end of that war 
in 1814, including the capture of Oporto, battle of Bnsaoo, actions at Pombal and Rodinha, 
defence of Alba de Tormes, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (severely wounded through the 
arm), and Toulouse, besides a great many minor actions and skirmishes. Served also the 
campaigns of 1825 and 26 in Barmah as a Brigadier: stormed and carried stockades near 
Prome, on the 1st %nd 5th Dec. 1825. Sir Richard has received a medal and two clasps for the 
battles of Busaco, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees. 

72 Sir Frederick Stovin served at thcFerrol, in 1800; in Qermany, in 1805; at the siege and 
capmre of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; with the expedition to Sweden, in 1808; in Spahi and 
Portugal, in 1808-9, includihi? the retreat to and battle of O^runna. With the expedition to 
Walcheren and at the capture of Flushing, in 1809 ; Bubseqnently in the Peninsula, and was 
second in command at the first defence of Tarifa; Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Pioton at the 
s?*»ge and ctipture of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoa. Assistant- Adjutant-General to the drd 
division at the battle of Silamanea, cHpture of Madrid ocd the Retiro, retreat therefrom and 
subsequent advance, passage of tbe Ebro, battles of Vittoria, P^rrnces, Nivelle, and Orthes, 
action Hi Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toii1o«ho. Stryed also at New Orleans, where he was 
wonnded. Sir Frederick has received a cross and two c»asp8. 

73 Sir Guy Campbell served in the Peninsula and commanded the 6th at the battles of the 
Pyrenees, for which he has received a medal. S»?rved aUo the caropaigu of 1815, includio th 
battle of Waterloo. < 



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28 TTof Semeei of the General Officers. 

74 M^or-OeiMnl Han-damt lerred th« following campaigns; in TBmt tinder % Balpli 
Abercromby, in HanoTer under Lord Cathcait, and in Spain under Sir John Moore, indudinf 
the retreat to Gonmna. Was on the SiaiFof Sir T. Graham in the Waloheren expedition, and 
Aetietant' Adjntant*Oeneral of a Division in the Duke of Wellington's armv in the Feninsal^ 
M^or-General Clarges has received a medal and one olasp for the battles or Nifelle and Miva 

75 Bfi^ar-General Thomson served as an Assistant-engineer at Ban Sebastian, and has 
received a medal 

76 Major-Qeneral William Napier served at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge, in 
1807( Sir John Moore's campaign of 1808-9; the sabseqaent reninsalar campaigns from 1809 
to the end of that war in 1814, and was present in many of the soul-stirring scenes which be 
has described with so much ability in his admirable " History of the Peninsular War,** including 
the action of the Coa (wounded), battle of Bnsaoo, actions of Pombal, Bedinha, and Casal 
Nova — severelv wounded at the head of six companies supporting the 5Sod : action of Fos 
d'Arouce, batUe of Salamanca, passage of the Huebra, action of Vera when Soult attempted to 
relieve San Sebastian, and again when the Allies passed the Bidassoa { battles of the Nirelle 
and Nive — wounded in defending the churchyard of Arcangues ; battle of Orthes. Medal and 
two clasps for Salamanca, Nivelle, and Nive, at which battles he commanded the 43rd light 
Infantrv, and also in many minor actions. Served also in the campaign of 1815. 

77 Major-General Dnify served in the campaign of 1796 in the West Indies under Sir Balpb 
Abercromby I on an expedition to the coast of Holland in the winter of 1796; in the Ea«t 
Indies in 1799 1 and with the force under Sir David Baird from thence to Egypt in 18UI 
(medal) ; at the siege and capture of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge, in 1807 ; the campaign 
of 1808-9 in Spain under Sir John Moore, in the Dgfat Brigade ; in the Peninsula with the 
43rd Light Inftintry, from 1809 to the end of 1818, including the actions of Condeixa, Pumbal, 
Bedinha, and Sabugal ; battle of Fnentes d*Onor, siege of Ciudad Bodrigo— commanded the 
assaulting party at Sie capture of Fort Beynsrd, an outwork of Ciudad Bodrigo. Siege and 
assault of Badajos (medal), battle of Vittoria (wounded in the head), sevenJ skirmishes in th« 
Pyrenees and on the Bidassoa, action of the heights of Vera, battles of the Nivelle and Nive. 

76 Minor-General Daubeney served at the tMcing of the Cape of Good Hope and capture of 
tiie Dutch fleet at Saldanha Bay, in 1796 1 subseqnentlv for upwards of fourteen years in the 
Beat Indies, indudinp^ the campaign of 1801-S against tne Mabratta chieftains, and conunmnded 
the Grsnadiers of his regt. (the 84th), at the assault and capture of Kurree { also in the Gn- 
lerato in 180S. 3, and 4, at the reduction of other forts by Sir John Mnrrav's army. Pro- 
ceeded to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the siege and surrender of Flushiog. 

79 Major-General Mercer accompanied the 3rd Guards on the expedition to ifanoTer ii 
1805 1 and on that to Walcheren in 1809. Served in the Peninsula from Biarch 1810 to Mat 
1811, and again from July 1811 to March 1814, including the affair at Sobral — ^wounded whiUi 
acting as Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer; battle of Barrosa — wounded when Aide-dr« 
camp to Br .-General Dilkes : siege of Ciudad Bodngo, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid 
siege of Burgos, passage of the Bidassoa, and battle of the Nivs. Served also the campaign of 
1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. 

80 M^or-Ganeral Milman was appointed Aide-de-camp to Major-General Catlin Craafurd 
in 1808, and was present at the battles of Boleia and Vimiera { on tbo same General's Staff is 
the retreat of Sir John Moore, and was engaged on the heights of Lugo, and at the battle of 
Corunna. Ha subsequently joined his regiment, the Oildstream Guanls, at Lisbon, and wi« 
with them at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, as also at the battle of Talavers, 
where he vraa most severely wounded, and saved from being burnt on the field of battle by % 
private soldier of the Guards. He was made prisoner in the Hospital of Talavera, and detained 
in France until 1814. Biigor-General Milman was latterly in command of the Cf^ditrcsm Gds, 

81 Migor-General Breve served with the Grenadier Guards in Sicily in 1806-7; Sir Jnha 
Moore's campaign in 1608-9, and was present at the battle of Corunna. With the expcditioe 
to Walcheren in 1609. Went to Cadis in 181 1, and remained in the Peninsula until the bi gir* 
sing of 1814 1 present at the passsge of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive. P<*rvcc 
also the campaign of 1615, xnolnoing the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, stormixig J 
Peroone and capture of Paris. Bemaiaed with tiie Army of Occupation until its retam t 
Bngland in 1818. 

8S Major-General Tonson served at the capture of Martinioue in 1794 ; and was wounded 
and taken prisoner at 6t Vincent's the following year. Actively employed in Ireland dorirf 
the Bebcllion in 1798; in Holland In 1799 ; and at Walcheren in 1809. Served in the P^enis* 
aula from July 1813, including the battle of the Nive, for which he has received a modal. 

83 M^or-General Gordon served in Holland in 1799 ; at Walcheren in 1809 ; and in t^« 
Psniasula from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onn; 
action at Arroyo de Molino, battle of Vittoria— severely wounded in the left arm. Commandei 
a light battalion in the actions of the Pyrenees, battles of the Nive and St. Pierre (woood^^ 
ana horse killed under him), actions of Hasparen and Hellette — nounded in the right foot is 
Ibroinff the enemy's lines at Hasparen, 14th Feb. 1814. Medal for the Niv& 

84 Maior-GaDeral Kenah served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action of tH 
19th of Sept as wdl aa in several other minor afRsirsi In Egypt* under Sir Halph Abercromliy 
in 1801; in BIcOy fr«n 1808 to 1813; tobsequently on the eastern coast of Spain, «• Aadatui, 



War Semcei ^ the Otneral Officen. 27 

and aftonroi^ M DmtyAdltitant-Genenl at the Head of the Department, and waa preient 
at the battle of Castaila, aa also aeyeral other affkirs. Served also at the siege and capture of 
Genoa, in April 1814. 

85 Muor- General Lambert tarred the campwgn nnder Sir John Moore in 1808-9; expe- 
dition to Walcheren in 1809 ; defence of Cadiz m 1810 and 11 ; Peninaular campaigns of 1812, 
13, and 14. He was Adjutant at Gomnna and Barrosa. 

86 Mijor-General Wvayard serred with the army in Stdly from 1808 to March 1810, when 
he wa« severely wounded at the attack on Santa Maura, for which he subsequently obtained the 
Brevet rank of M%jor; he was also present and on the staff with the force that occupied Ischia 
and Frocida. 

87 Major-General Fcrgnsson served the campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Yi- 
miera and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren m 1809. Peninsular campaigns from March 
1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Coa, near Almeida, battle of 
Busaco, actions at Pombal. Bedinha, Miranda de Gorvo, Fos d'Aronce, and Sabugal ; battle of 
Faentes d*Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Bodrigo and Badajos, battle of Salamanca, action 
of San MunoSy passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9 th, 
lOih, lltb, 12th, and 13th Deo. 1813 ; and investment of Bavonne. Major-General Fergusson 
has received five wounds, via., at Vimiera, slightly ; at the storming of Ciudad Bodrigo, 
severely in the body and slightly in the foot ; at Badajoz, slightly in the side by a splinter of 
a shell in the trenches, and in the head at the assault Medal for Badajoas. 

88 Major-Greneral Brotherton served in the Peninsnla, and waa wounded at the battle of 
Salamanca. 

89 Sir James Beynett served with the 52nd on the expedition against Ferrol in 1800, and 
was present at the action before that place. Appointed to the Quarter-Master-G^eral's staff 
upon the army entering Spain in Nov. 1808 s present at Lugo, the aflfairs upon the retreat to 
Corunna, and also at the battle of Corunna. Be-appointed to the Qnarter-Master-General^s 
Btaffin Portugal, in April 1809; present at the affiurs previous to and at the passage of the 
Douro, and capture ot Oporto; affair of Salomonde, battles of Talavera and Busaco, affairs 
upon the retreat to the lines before Lisbon, and subsequently in 1811 at those npon the advance 
from thenoe^ at Pombal, Bedinha, Sabugal, and Fox d'Aronoe; also at the battle of Fuentes 
d'Ooor. 

90 Major-General Smelt served in the American war, and waa present at the taking of 
Plattsburg, storm and capture of Oswego, action of Lundy's Lane, storming of Fort Erie, 13th 
August 1814, where he was severely and dangerously wounded. Served also during the Bur- 
mese war, in 1824, 25, and part of 1826, and was present at the capture of Bangoon, and other 
actions in Ava. 

91 Major- General Bell served in Sicily, in 1806 and 7; in the Peninsula and France, from 
July 1808 to Feb. 1809, and again from Mav 1809 to July 1814, including the battle of Vimiera, 
action at the bridge of Almeida, battle of Busaco, all the actions during the retreat of the 
French from Portugal, siege and storming of Ciudad Bodrigo, siege and storming of Badf^oz, 
action at the heights of Castrillos, battle of Salamanca, action of Sabijana de Moriuos, battles of 
Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served afterwards with the army em- 
ployed against Xjuuisiana, from Dea 1814 to June 1815. He has received a cross for the battles 
of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

92 Major-Geueral Auchmuty served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and a clasp 
for the battles of Orthes and Toulouse. 

93 Major-General Lightfoot served in Holland in 1799. Accompanied the 45th to the Pen 
insula in 1808, and was present at the battles of Boleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco; actions 
of Pombal, Bedinha, Condeixa, and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siese of Bodajoz, in 
1811 ; siege and assault of Ciudad Bodrigo, siege and assault of Badigoz (slightly wounded), 
storming of Fort Plcurina (slightly wounded), battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees; 
attack on the lines at St Jean de Luz, affair at Bastide, and the battles of ()rthcs and Toulouse 
(severely wounded). Medal and two clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Toulocue. 

94 Major-General Faunce served in Holland, in 1799, induding the actions of the 2nd and 
6th October. With the army in Hanover, in 1805-6; siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 
1807; with the army under Sir John Moore, first at Gottenbur^h, and afterwards throughout 
the operations in Portugal and Spain, in 1808-9; with the army m the Scheldt, in 1609; in the 
Peninsula from Nov. 1810 to Feb. 1813, including the storm and capture of Badajoz (wounded 
in the thigh), and battle of Salamanca; also at the investment of Bayonno, in 1814. Served 
al&o in the Ajnerican war, including the battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washington, 
aotion near Baltimore, and operations before Now Orleans in 1814 and 15; severely wounded 
8 th Jan. 1815. Medal for Salamanca. 

95 IVIfl^ or- General Brown served at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807; in the 
Feninsola from Aug. 1808 to July 1811; and again from July 1813 to May 1814, including the 
battle of Vimiera, passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, with the previous and subae- 
qupnt actions; battle of Talavera (severely wounded through both thighs), action of the Light 
Division at the bridge of Almeida, battle of Busaco, the different actions during the retreat of 
the French army from Portugal, acUon at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of San Se- 
bastian, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Bayonne, Served afterwards in 



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28 War Services qfthe General Officers. 

the AmflTiMii war, iiid wm pmont aI the battl* of Bladeiiibiiiv and oaptnre of W«iUngtoa» 
Sl^Uy wounded in the heed and yery lererely in the groin at Bladensbiurg. 

9S BCajor-Gkneral Wingroye eenred et the taking of the Cepe of Good Hope, in 1795; at 
the battle of Tnfidgari Uie taking of Genoa, in 1814; on board the Bojfme, when that ahip 
singly engaged three French ahipe of the line and three firigatee off Toulon, in 1814; and on 
boitfd the HereuU$ in a single action off Cape Kichola Mole. 

97 Major-General Aitchisoa senred in 1807 at the siege and oaptnre of Copenhagen. Em« 
barked in 1808 for the Peninsula, and in 1809 was present at the passage of the Douro, oaptvre 
of Oporto, and subsequent pursuit of Soult's army to Salamonde. He was wounded in the arm 
at the liatUe of Talarera, while carrying the King s colour, which was also shot through. He 
served the campaigns of 1810, 12, 13, and 14, and was present at the battle ef Bosaeo, and 
retreat to the lines of Torres Yedras; battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, 
and retreat from thence into Portugal; affiur at Osma, battle of Vittoria, affair at Tolosa, siege 
of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle and the Nife, passage of the Adonr, investment of 
Bayonne, siege of the citadel, and repulse of the sortie. He was Lieut.«>CoIoDel of the Scots 
Fusilier Guards when promoted to Major-General, and had commanded that regiment upwards 
of four years. 

98 Mj^or*General Conyers served three years and a half in the West Indies, and was 
engaged on several occasions, particularly in the Mirebalois, at L* Anoe a Veau, and at the siege of 
JtSu in St. Domingo in 1798, where he was woimded while on the staff: during this siege, of 
three months* duration, the garrison lost more men than composed its original strength: com* 
msnded the remains of the 82nd at the evacuation of this island. Served in an expedition to 
the coast of France in 1800, and subsequently in the Mediterranean until 1802. From 1805 to 
1809 he served throughout the Mediterranean, and in Egypt on the staff, and received a severe 
contusion there, having been at the attack on Alexandria, at the storming of Bosetta, and at the 
fubaequent siege of that placo. Served in the Peninsula and France in 18 IS and 14, and in 
ooamand of tht 62nd during the operations on the Gave d'Oleron, at Hastinsuea and Oyer le 
Gave, and was severely wounded at the head of the regiment at Orthes, for wmch battle he has 
received a medal. 

99 M^or-General Hendenon served in Ireland daring the Rebellion, in 1798 t at the 
Holder, in 1799; and was present at the firat landing, uid battlce of the 19th Sept., 2nd 
and 6th Get Bxpedition to Egypt imder Sir Rdlph Abercromby, in 1801. Landed in Por- 
tugal in 1808, and was present at the battle of Vimiera, retreat to, and battle of Comnna. 
]&qwdition to the Scheldt and siege of Flushing in 1609. Served afterwsrds in the Penin- 
aula flrom 1611 to the end of that war in 1814, and commanded the Queen'a at the battle of 
Tooioase. 

100 Mijor-General Parke was present with the 39th at the original capture of Demerara, 
Easequibo, and Berbice, in the spring of 1796, when the expedition commanded by General 
White captured those ooloniea. He waa in Sir Jamea Kempt*a Light Infantry BattaUon dnrmg 
the campaign in Na^ea in 1805-6. Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 89th from fiiay 
1809 to vebw 1812, and was present at the battles of Albuhera and Busaco, at the raiaog the 
■lege of Campo Mayor when the French sustained a oonsiderable defeat; commanded the four 
light oompanies of the brigade at the action of Arroyo de Molino, where the guna, baggage, and 
fo ur t een bundrsd men with their officers were ci^tured; he was also employed in the trenches at 
the first siege of Badijos. 

101 Major-General Macpherson aooompanied part of the 86th to the Weat Indiea, the latter 
part of 1795, and was present at the taking of St Lucia, in 1796; also at the reduction of the 
Brigands in Grenada, at the storm of Port Boyal, and sv'veral other places in that island. Bm- 
barked vrith tiie tegiment for the Beat Indies, m June 1799, and durins a period of six Toara ha 
was actively employed in the three Presidencies. In 1806 embarked with the expedittoD to 
South America, and waa wounded at the storming of Buenos Ayres. In June 1609, accompa- 
nied the 2nd battalion to the Peninsula, and suoccedcd to the command of the 1st battaUon in 
March 1813; commanded it at the battle of Vittoria, and at those in the Pyrenees. Present 
also at the battle of the Kivelle; tncoeeded to the command of the regt at the battle of Orthes, 
and again at the battle of Toulouse. Proceeded in command of the battalion to Canada in July 
1614; embarked from thence for the Netherlands in June 1815. Medal and one clasp for Vit- 
toria and Ortbee. 

102 Mijor-Gsneral Hay emb<irked for tbc West Indies early in 1796, and served die campaign 
of that and the followiug year. In 1797 he woe actively employed in the Island of St Vinrrut. 
He aerved the campaign of 1806-9 in Portugal and Spain undf^r Sir John Moore, in the 
16th Huasars, and was present in the cavalry actions of Mayorga and Bcnevento; and 
was with the detaohmcDt that surprised and captoVcd the cnemy^s outlying piquet at Hneda— 
commanded the rearguard from Astorga— and Batansas on the retreat termiaating with the 
battle of Coronna. Im served also with the Army of Occupation in Frsa&ee until its rttum to 
England in 1618. 

103 Major*Oentnl Allan was present at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1790, and 
subsequently in 1806, including the battle of Blueberg. Si'rvpd the whole of the Mysore cam- 
paign of 1799, Inehidmg the battle of Mallavrily, siege and storm of SeringMatam, for whieh be 
has received a medaL Bngtged in the portnit uid dispersion of the VUhd Dandeah, and all ' ' 



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focMs; tiM wdoetioii «ad oecupotioa of TVanqaehairt and th« whole of tfao aovthfin Polygar 
war in 1800. Serred in the Peoinsula fSrom 1810 to the and of the war, and was prMcmt at the 
defence of Cadis» where ke comBianded a Ught battaUon and was stationed on the helghto of 
III* de Leon to obecnre Marshal Sonit's force: he was afterwards preient in the actions of Vic 
BigoRv and Tarbea, and at the battle of Toulonse, for which he has received a MedaL 

104 Major- General Money serred twenty-five years in the 11th Dragoons: — ^in Flanders and 
Holland in 1794 and 95, and in Germany the latter year, including the attack on the French 
linesy 17th April ; their defeat on the heights of Gateau, 26th April, and near Toumay , 3rd 
May; battles of Bonbaix and Lannoy, defeat of die French near Tonmay, 22nd May 1794$ 
and affiur at Bommel, 2nd Jan. 1795. Campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of 
the 10th and 19tb Sept., 2nd and 6th October. Commanded a detachment of the regt under 
Kr Ralph Abercromby, at Leghorn, Minorca, and the expedition to Cadis, in 1800; in Egypt, 
in 1801, including the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, together with the capture of 
Grand Cairo and Alexandria. Peninsular campaigns of 1811 and 12} present at the siege of 
Badajoa, battle of Salamanca, and affair of cavalry near the Tormes on the following day, when 
tiiree French battalions were taken \ caralry affitirs of Callada Camino and Vcnta de Poso. 
Serred also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, towards 
the close of which last the command oi the 11th Dragoons devolyed on him. Present also at 
the captore of Paris. Medal for services in Egypt. 

105 Major- General Forbes served in HoUand in 1794 and 95, including the sortie from Nime* 
even against the French lines, action in driving the French across the Waal at Bommel, and at 
GeldermanseL Accompanied the 78th to Qaiberon Bay, and was at the taking of Isle Dieu, 
in 1795; to the Cape of Good Hope, in 1796, and capture of the Dutch fleet in Saldanha Bay. 
Proceeded with the regiment to India in November following, and served with it during the 
campaign in Oede, in 1798 and 99 ; also in part of the Mahratta campaign in 1803, including 
the storming of the Petah of Ahmednughur, and during the siege of the Fort Present in every 
action in which his regiment was engaged in Java during 1811, 12, and 13, including the forcing 
of the enemy's position at Weltevreden, storm of the lines of Comelis, the heights oft' Serandole, 
and Djocgocarta. Quelled an insurrection which broke out in the east- end of Java in May 1818, 
wtien Lient.*Colonel Fraaer and Captain Maopherson of the 78th were murdered by the inaur- 
genta. Medal for services in Java, and five times thanked in eeneral ordera. 

106 Msjor-General Ewart, as captain in the 52nd Light Infantry, accompanied the Expedi- 
tion to Copenhagen in 1807, and wai present at the action near Keog. Served in the Penin* 
snla in 1808 and 9 under Sir John Moore, and was wounded at Vimiera. Accompanied Expe* 
ditton to the Scheldt. Served with the Light Division in the Peninsula from March 1811 to 
December 1812, including the battles of Fuentes d'Onor and Salamanca; the sieges of Cindad 
Bodrigo and Badmoz (wounded when in oommand of a detschment carrying ladders for the 
atormin^ of Fort Piourina); and the actions of Sabagal and San Mnnos. Served in the West 
Indies with the Royal York Rangers and the York Chasseurs from 1813 to 1816 inclusive, and 
waa at the capture of Guadaloupe. Served in the East Indies in command of the 67th regt., 
finim March 1819 to Feb. 1823, and was employed as a Brigadier at the siege of Asseerghur. 

107 Major-Oeneral Proctor served with the 82ttd on the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809, 
•ad was present at the sif'ge of Flushing. Served also at Gibraltar, Tarifa, and in the Penin- 
aalByfrom 1810 to Deo. 1812, and subsequently in the Peninsula and south of France, from 
April to July 1814, including the affair of Posts near Maiaga, battle of Barrosa (contusion on 
the body), and retreat from Madrid. Embarked from Bourdeaux for Canada in July 1814, and 
commanded the 82nd before Fort Erie from 2nd Sept., and throughout the successive operations 
<if tlie caaspaign on the Niagara frontier. * Received the Brevet promotion of Lieut-Colonel for 
his conduct in the repelling of the attack made by the Americans on our batteriea and position 
before Fort Erie on the 17th Sept 1814. 

168 Major-Gen^id Jervois accompanied the 89th on the expedition to Hanover in 1805. In 
1810 he waa appointed to the staff of Lord Blayney; aooompanied him on the expedition to 
Malaga, and vras slightly wounded in the attack on tiie Fortress of Frangerola. In 1818 he 
waa appointed to the staff of Sir Gordon Drummood, and embarked with him for Canada, where^ 
during the oparatioaa of that and the following year, he was present in almost vrtty action 
Ibnght with the Amerioan Army either in that Province or on the Frontier, including the 
storming of Fort Niagara, Lewistown, the attacks on Black Rock and Buifalo, operations against 
tiie ibrta asid batteries of Oswego, and action of Lnndy's Lane. He received the brevet rank of 
Major for Bafftlo, and that of Lieut-Colonel for Lundy's Lane. 

109 Major-Geoeral Riddall was activoly employed with the 62 nd, in Sicily, Egypt, Calabria, 
Baiy, Spun, and North Americs, from 1806 to the end of the war. Detached with his Grena- 
dier company to retard the advance of the French on their march to invest Scylla Ca»tle in 
Cslabria, and inrade Sicily. Served in the Grenadier battalion at the Faro, in Sioly, for 
several weeks, nnder the fire of the French batteries erected in Calabria. Second in command 
to General Blommart in a Grenadier Battalion sent from Sicily to Spain. He was advanced 
with his Grsnadieir Company and two field-pieces, in the attack on, and expidsion of, the French 
from the heights before Genoa. Second in command to Liei2t.-CoL John with the flank com* 
aany detaobmaniB vp the Penobscot river in North America, and commanded the advance in 
moBg « stxttDg posili9ii at Hampden defended hj treble oar nnmbeia. 



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110 If^or-Gknenl AddUon serred in tl|e Am«rioaii war* on ih« ttaff of Sir John Shotbrooke. 

111 Sir FrMicis Cookburn served in South America in 1807 1 in tb« PeninauUin 1809 and 
1810; and in Canada from 1811 to 1814. 

112 Major-General Steele served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from January 
to July 1809, and again from Feb. 1811 to the end of that war in 18 U. 

113 M^or-6eneral Dovle served in H^mover in 1805-6; the campaign of 1808-9, inclndinff 
the battle of Corunna, Returned to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the passage en 
the Douro and capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, Lines at Torres Vcdras, action at Campo 
Mayor, and battle of Fuentes d*Oaor. In 1813 he was appointed Military Secretarv to the 
Governor- General and Commander in- Chief in India. In 1814 and 15 served in the field in the 
Western Provinces ; and in 1817 and 18 in the field with the grand army during the Pindarrea 
and Mahratta war. 

114 Blgor- General Charretie served three yean in the Bast Indies, and was present at tha 
mutiny at Vellore in 1806, when nearly the whole of the 69th were maisacred in their barracks. 
In the Penininla with the 2od Life Guards, from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including 
the battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, and Toulouse. 

115 Major-General Patrick Campbell (B. ArtilleryJ was at iha capture of St. Luda in 1796, 
and subsequently in the Carib war in St. Vincent. Served also in the Peninsula from Jan. 
1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battli s of Talavera and Caatallai 

116 Major-General Parkinson served at Uie capture of the Island of Bourbon in 1810, aa 
Deputv-A.4jutant-General Proceeded with the 33rd to Stralsund in Pomerania in 1813; and 
ttcm thence to Holland in 1814 { was present at the attack on Merzem and bombardment of 
Antwerp, and commanded the regt. at the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, where he received a 
severe contusion. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Quatre Bras. 

117 Mttjor*G(meral Hunter Blair accompanied the Duke of Wellin^n's expedition to Por- 
tugal in July 1808 as a M«jor of Brigade, and was present with Cathn Craufurd's brigade at 
the affair ot Obidos, and the battles of Boleia and Vimiera. He was appointed Aide-de-Camp 
to Sir Hew Dalrymple on that General assuming the command in Portugal ; but on the army 
advancing into opain, he became Aide-de-camp to the Earl of Hopetoun. and was present at 
tiie aifair of Lugo and battle of Corunna. In AprU 1809, he re-embarked for Portugal, as a Major 
of Brigade, wiui the corps under Lord Hill { and was present with Sir Alan Cameron's brigade 
at the oapture of Oporto, affair of Sslamonde, and battle of Talavera, where he was severely 
wounded i and being taken prisoner in hospital, he was not liberated until the end of that war 
in 1814, when he obtained the rank of Major, antedated to the 30rh May 1811. In December 
1814 he sailed, aa Blajor of Brigade, with the force destined for New Orleans { hut, this corns 
being recalled, he wss transfernd to the staff in Flanders, and appointed to the Light Brigade 
under Sir Frederick Adam, and was severely wounded at Waterloo; for which battle he 
received the rank of Lieut.-Colonel, and was also appointed Assistant- Adjutant- General to Sir 
Thomas Brisbane's division. On the formation of the Army of Occupation, however, he was 
nominated Msjor-de- Place, with duty of commandant of Valenciennes. In May 1819 he 
accompanied Sir Charles Otlville to Bombay as Military Secretary ( but his regiment (the 87th) 
beia^ ordered on service in Sept 1825, he resigned the staffs and joined it in Ava, where he was 
app«nDted a Brigadier; and he commanded a brigade at the capture of Melloon. 

118 M^or-Greneral Lluellyn served in the 52nd at Ferrol, Cadis, and in the Mediterranean, 
in 1800 and 1801. Having obtained a company by purchase in the 28 th regt, he accompanied 
it to the Peninsula in 1809, and, with the exception of one year's absence in J^gland, occasioned 
by ill -health, he was actively employed with it in the various duties that fell to its share fai the 
campaigns in which it bore such a conspicuous part Besides many serrices of minor impor- 
tance, he was present with his regiment at the battle of Busaco, defence of the Linea of Lisbon, 
advance on Campo Biayor, siege of Badajos. battle of Albuhera, capture of a French corps at 
Arrovo de Molino, attack and capture of the Forts and Bridge of Almaraa, advance on Arai\)uex 
and Madrid, occupation of Bourdeaux. In 1815 he emoarked with his regiment for the 
Netherlands, where he waa personally engaged with it in the battles of Quatie Bras and 
Waterloo, in the latter of which he was severely wounded, and received for his oonduot in the 
field the brevet rank of Lt -Colonel and the Companionship of the Bath. 

119 M^or-General Lautour served in the Peninsula witn the 1 1th Dragoons in 1811 and 12; 
he aua<)ked, with a squadron, on the 26th Sept 1811, near El Bodon, a French Cavalry Kegt 
which had captured part of Uie bsggage of the I^ght Division, and covered the retreat of 5m 
74 th, and five companies of the eOtpTfrom CiudadlU>driga Ptesent also at the siege of Bada* 
joa and battle of Salamanca. Whilst in oommand of a squadron he attacked, and took pri* 
toners, a company of French Artillery posted in a vineyard, near Valladolid, supporting the 
enemy *s cavalry on 7th Sept 1812, during the time the Army was crossing the Douro; he ^so 
repulsed an attack of the enemy's pIquaCa, making one officer and many men prisoners, at Mo- 
aasterio and in front of Burpw on 2nil Got 1812; and he waa oontinaaUy on outpoat duty, and 
almost daily engaged with the enemy'a skirmishers, and waa slightly wounded in the retreat 
from Bnrgoa by tha bursting of a shell Served the campaign or 1815, with the 23rd Light 
Drs^Koons, and was present in the actions of the 16th and 17th June, and at the battle of Water* 
loo, where he succeeded to the oommand of the regiment and of the brigade. 

120 M^of Ganenl Bgvtoo, after aaning m » aubaltcm with the 29tb i& North America, 



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tod prooMdisg as a Captoin with the 89th to Sooth America, aooompaoled the 2nd hatlalion of 
the S4th to the Bemnsiila in 1809. Id the following year he was appointed to the staff at 
Deputy- Ajai4tant-A.^ataQt-Qeneral, and attached to the second division, in which capacity he 
serred at Uie battle of Busaco, and un the retreat to, and daring the suhseqaent occupation of, 
the liinea before Lisbon. He was then removed as senior of the Adjntant-General's department 
to the foimh division; was present at the siege and capture of Oliveti9a, the first siege of 
Badaioz, battle of Albuhera (wounded), and action of Aldea de Fonte. Relinquished his staff 
appointment and rejoined his regiment in the winter of 1811, and continued to serve with it 
until appointed Aide-de-camp to Sir Rowland Hill in 1812, on whose personal staff he remained 
until the termination of the war, and was present at the battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees,— for 
which he obtained the brevet rank of Major, — Nivelle, Nive, Orthcs, and Toulouse. On Lord 
Hairs appointment to a command with the army in Flanders in the spring of 1815, he selected 
Colonel Egerton as his first Aide-de-camp, who served as such at the battle of Waterloo,— > 
where he obtained the brevet of Lieut -Colonel, — and continued in the same oapacitv until the 
return of the Army of Occupation from France in 1818. When Lord Hill assumed the com- 
mand of the army in chief in 1828, he was pleased to name Colonel Egerton for the confidential 
appointment of first Aide-de-camp and private Secretary, which he held during the whole period 
Of his Lordship's continuance at the head of the army. 

121 Sir William Chalmers served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; campaigns of 1808-9 in Portugal 
and Spain; expedition to Walcheren, including bombardment of Flushing; at Cadii in 1810 
and 11; and all the succeeding Peninsular campaie:n8, including the battle of Barrosa, attack of 
the enemy on the heights near Moresco, affair oi Senhora de la Pena, battle of Salamanca, 
action of Sui Munos, battle of Vittoria, attack at Maya, battles of the Pyrenees on the SOth 
and 31st July, repulse of the enemy in his attack of the heights of St Antonio, 3 1st August, 
attack of the enemv's forts near Sarre, 9th Oct. 1813, battle of Nivelle, besides a great many 
minor affiurs and skirmishes on the advance to Madrid and capture of the Retire. He was 
present with the army in the Peninsula during almost all the sUges, and was engaged in the 
following affiurs dunng the retreat from Bargos, vis , Olmos, Monasterio, bridge of ValladoUd, 
and passage of the Huebra. Served also in the Netherlands in 1814 and 15, inclodiog the 
battle of Waterloo, capture of Paris, and posterior operations in France, to Aug. 1817. He 
was aeverely wounded in assault of the entrenchments at Sarre, and has had nine horses killed 
or woanded imder him in action, three of them at Waterloo. During the above campaigns he 
was on the stad^ except at Waterloo. Subsequently to his services in Sir John Moore's cam* 
paign and Lord Chatham's expedition, he was, in die course of about four years (from 5th 
Mtfch 1811 to 18th Jono 1815), in seventeen eneagements, six of them gmieral actions— exclu- 
sive of sieges; and for his conduct in the field he was twice promoted, via, to the brevet rank 
of Major at the battles of the Pyrenees, and of Lieut -Colonel at the battle of Waterloo, on 
which occasion he commanded the left win;* of the 52nd n^gt. 

122 Major-Oeneral Parker served at WiUcheren in 1809, and was employed in the operations 
prerious to, and at the siege of, Flushing. Embarked for Lisbon in Feb. 1812, and remained 
with the Duke of Wellington's army till the conclusion of the war in 1814; was present at the 
battle of Vittoria, both the sieges of San Sebastian, battle of Orthes, action at Tarbes, and 
battle of Toulouse. Served also the csmpaign of 1815 and lost his left leg at the battle of 
Waterloo. Medal for the battle of Vittona, where he commanded a brigade of artillery. 

123 Major-Oeneral Beckwith served in Hanover in 1805-6; at Copenhagen in 1807, including 
Uie action at Kioge. On the expedition to Sweden in 1808; and that to Portugal in 1808-9, 
indndingthe action at Calcavellas on the retreat, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded tn Wal« 
cheren u 1809; subsequently to the Peninsula, and was present in the actions of Pombal, 
Bedinha, Condeixa, Foa d'Arouoe, and Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Cindad 
Bodrigo and Badajos, battle of Salamanca, siege of Borgos, action at San Milan, battles of 
Vitloria, the Pyrenees, Vera, Nivelle, near Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Daring the great 
portien of the above serrice he was employed on the Staff Medal for Toulouse, and lost left 
leg at Waterloo. 

124 Mijor-General Bourchier served under Sir Ralph Abereromby in the expedition against 
Cadis in 1800, snd also in the campaign in Egypt In 1801, and waa present at the battles of the 
13th and 21st M&roh, and at Hhamania on the 0th May. He served afterwards the campaigns 
of 1811, 13, and 15, including the siege of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, cavalry affairs at 
Callada de Camino and Yenta de Peso, battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and capture of 
Paris. 

125 Major-Oeneral Grant served five years in India with the 25th— afterwards the 22nd — 
Dragoons, and was present at the battle of Mallavelly, siege of Seringapatam, action with Doon- 
£a, storming the fort of Tumioul, where he rolunteered and led the assault with 50 dismounted 
Dragoons; engaged also in the reduction of various fortresses. Served with the 21st Fusiliers 
in Sicily in 1806; with the 17lh Light Dragoons in India from 1807 to 1811 : and with the 18Ui 
Hussars in the campaigns of 1818, 14, and 15, including the aotlon at the bridge of Croix 
d*Orade, battle of Toulouse, covering the retiring army on the 17th of June 1815, and battle of 
Waterloa 

126 l^or-Oeaerftl Taylor serred as Aaaifltani-A4i«tant>Q«n«ral to the force onder Sir 



31 a WcT Services of the General Officers. 

James Crftlg', faa Ae MedftemiiesD, during 1805 tnd 6. Saployed on Ihe ttftff ftt lli« tlUek 
ud capture of Java in 1811, inelndtng the attack of the outpost near Welt^fredeo, and the 
ttorBiing of the lines of Cornelis. Served also tiie campaign of 1815, with the 10th HoMan, ttnd 
iras prpseot at the battle of Waterloo. 

127 Major- General Arguimbau aerred in the Peninanla with the 8rd battUion of the Royak, 
and lost an arm at San Sebastian. Serred also the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded 
at Quatre Bras, and also at Waterloo. 

128 Major-Oeneral C&lrert served with the 52nd on the expedition to Sireden fai 1608 ; in 
the Peninsula in 1808-9, inolnding the retreat to Corunna; ana on the Waicheren expedition. 
Appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Ljnedoch in April 1810, and joined him at Cadis, then be- 
sieged by the French ; present at the battles of Barrosa and Vittoria ; also at both the attacks 
and capture of San Sebastian. Accompanied the 29 th to America in 1814, and was present 
at the taking of Castine, and the dififerent merican settlements in the Bay of Fnndy. 
Senred also the campaign of 1815 with the 32nd, inolnding the battles of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo, and capture of Paris. 

129 Major-Oeneral Stavelcy joined the army tmder the Duke of Wellington at Oporto in May 
1809, and was present at the battle of Talarera, actions at Pombal, Bedinha, Foz d'Aronce, 
and Sierra de Moita ; battle of Fuentes d*Onor, storming and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and 
Badajoz. Deputy- Assistant-Quarter-M aster-General at the actions of Osma and Morillas, 
battle of Vittoria, passage of the Bidassoa, storming the Heights of Vera, action at Sarre, 
battle of the NiTclIe, battles of the 9th, 10th, Uth, and 12th Dec. 1813 near Bayonne, passage 
of the Adour, stormiog St. Etienne and investment of the citadel of Bayonne, actions at Vie 
Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, inolnding tlie 
battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. 

130 Sir De Lacy Evans served in India, in 1807, 8, 9, and 10. Portugal Spain, and France, 
in 1812, 13, and 14. America part of 1814-15. Belgium and France in 1815, 16, 17, and 18. 
In Spain in 1835. 36, and 37. Fremmt during the operations against Ameer Khan and the 
Pindarries, capture of the Mauritius, part of the retreat ih>m Burgos, action on the Hormaaa 
(wounded), battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampelnna. battle of ttie Pvrenees, investment of 
Bayonne (horse shot), actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battle of Toulense (horse ihot), 
battle of Bladensburg (two horses shot), capture of Washington, attack on Baltimore, operations 
before New Orleans (boarding and capture of American Flotilla— action 25th Dec wounded 
severely-— unsncoessfui assault Jan. wounded severely), battle of QaatreBras, retreat of 17th of 
June, Waterloo (horse shot and one sabr^), investment and capitulation of Paris. Continued 
on Staff of allied Army of Occupation in Franoe. Accepted under an alited power (1835) com- 
mand of an auxiliary British and Spanish corps of army by sanction and desire of the English 
GK>vemment, and by order of the King in couneiL Acted, while so employed, in oonj unction 
with the Britbh forces (under Lord J. Hay), vid through mediation of British auUioritiea :— 
raising investments of San Sebastian and JBilboa, action of Arlabati, capture of port and castle 
of Passages. Defeated the enemy in general actions on the 5th of May, 6th of Jane, 1st of Oct. 
(wounded) 1836 ; also 10th and 15th of March 1837. Attacked near H«niani, 16ih Man^ by 
the elite of the Carlist army, 16,000 strong (about double the allied force), and obliged to retreat 
about one mile, but with a less loss in killed and wounded (600) than that of the enemy. Re* 
snmed the offensive the following month— capture of Hemani by escalade, 14th May— of O^ar- 
mn 16th May— of Yrun by storm 17th May — of Fontarabia by capttulation 18th May. Theve 
and other minor aflairs were for the most part severely contested, and o<ist (including those of 
the enemy) above ten thousand killed and woundeo. Excepting occasionally two or three 
stragglers, generally withtmt arms, the Legion never lost (under his command) prisoners, 
artillery, or equipage, though utterly contrary statements repeatedly appeared at the time, — 
while he took tr«jm the enemy 100 offioers, 1000 men, thirty pieces of cannon, several entrenched 
posiaons, fortified towns and posts, with an extensive and mi«t important strategical tract of 
the insurgent territory, including their main line of retreat, oommunication and supply. 
Thenoefonh ^ The fn^ntier was effectually closed against the entrance of resources to the C ar- 
lists, except bv the small mountain passes, which aro only aooessible to foot passengers or mules 
lightly laden' ^British Ck>mmissioners' Despatch, Parliamentary Paper)~and thus did this 
aoxiliary corps decisively oontribote to the successful termination of the war. He holds the rank 
of Lient-Qeneral in the national army of Spain, by license of a British royal warrant, — also 
honoured by her Majesty for these services with the Crons of Commander of the Bath, and by 
the government of Spain with the grand croesos of St. Ferdinand and Charles IK. Received 
his Company, Majority, and Lt-<?ol<>r)rlcy in the British service for conduct against the enemy. 

131 Major- General Scott proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and was present with the Scots 
Fusilier Ouard« at the Passage of the Donro, capture of Oporto, subsequent retreat of Sonlt*s 
army, and battlA of Talavera. wh«,re he wns wounded through (he body, and bein^ itfi ther« in 
hospital he was made prisoner. lie commanded the Scots Fusilier Guards for upirards of 
three years. 

133 Sir Thomas Willsbire served with the S8th in the West Indies from August 1797 (o 
August 1800; the campaign of iS08-9, including the battles of Bolt- ia and Vimiera, retreat to, 
and battle of, Corunna. Accompanied the expedition to Waicheren in 1809. Served a^r« 
warda in the Fenliuula, firou June 1818 to ihecnd of that war in 1814; oonnoMidcd the light 



Waf^ Sefmm of the General Offieers; 31& 

Sf •It Ifca Uide »f BnlniMf (twiq^wwindc^^ on flw letfeat fimi Buigw aad Mtte aI 
iixi«I, Ihe Mtion of Otma, battle of Vittoxjm first UMmlt of Ssn SebMti«ii, also Mcond 
ftaMoIl mad Qftptare» when he received the hrerel rank of Major. Commanded a brigade of 
light oompaniee at the passage of Bidassoa, battle of Nmlle, and battles of the Nire on the 
9tfa, lOth, and 11th Dee. 1813, for which senrioes he was in 1815 appointed Breyet Lient.- 
Coloael* Bepnlsed with three hundred men the attack of ten thoosand Caffires npon the open 
Tillage of Graham's Town, on the frontiers of the CajM of Good Hope, on the 22nd April 181A» 
snd commanded during the snbeeqoent operations against the Gafins in the same year. Served 
afterwards in the East Indies from May 1822 to 1840. Commanded a wing of the 46th at the 
capture of Kittoor in the Dooab, in Dec. 1624. Served also throoghont the whole of the cam- 
paign in Affghaaistan under Lord Keane; present at the capture of the fortress of Ghnzn^» 
23rd July 1839, upon which occasion he was appointed K»C,6»\ and while in command of the 
Bumbay oolumn of the army of the Indus he captured the fortress of Khelat on the ISth Nor. 
fblioving, for which service he was created a baronet 

133 Major- General the Honourable H. £. Butler served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with 
the Snd battalion of the 27th, including the battles of the ISth and 2Ut Maroh^ and has received 
the medaL Served also with the Portuguese army in 1810 and 1811, and was wounded at the 
battle of Bosaco. 

134 Major- General Fleming served in Calabria in 1806; at the capture of Alexandria, and 
attack on Bosetta in Egypt in 1807; in the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and 
11, and was present, with the advance brigade, at the passage of the Alt^rohe, at the battles of 
Talavera (27th and 28th July 1809 J, and Albuhera, at which last he was severely wounded. 
Served in the West Indies, and with the expedition to the Southern States of America, in 1815. 
He served afterwards in the East Indies, from 1820 to 1823, and m Canada, from 1829 to 1883. 

135 Major-General Bolt served with the 58th in Eg>pt in 1801, and was shot through the 
body in the action On the landing. Accompanied the expedition to Naples in 1805, and re« 
mained with that army until its arrival in Sicily, Served with the 2nd battalion in the Penin<- 
snla the latter part of 1809 and until Feb. 1810, when he was appointed to the Portuguese 
service; present at the battle of Bnsaco* covering the operations ligaimt Ciudad Bodrigo, and 
capture of Badajoz. Commanded the 17th Portuguese regiment from April 1812 to the con- 
clusion of the war, including the actions of Berlanaa and near Ias Cases, battle of Vittnria, 
actions in the Pyrenees at Santa Barbara, 2nd Aug., and attack of Vera heights 7th Got., battle 
of the liivelle, battle and operations of the Nive on the 9ib, 10th, llth, 12th, and I3th Dea 

1813, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. From the period of landing in the Penin^uJa m 1809, 
until the conclusion of hostilities in April 1814, he was never one day abaent from his duty. Medal 
for services in Egypt; and a cross and one clasp for Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

136 Major-General Bainbrigge served in the Peninouia in the Quarter-Master- Gtnisral'a 
department from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the Lines of Torres 
Vedras^ part of the siege of Oliven^a, siege of Cmdsd Bodrigo^ last siege of Badajoz, affiiir of 
the Gnarena, battle of Salamanca, part of the siege of Burgos, affair of Villa Muriel, retreat 
from Burgos to Ciudad Bodrigo, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, part of the last siege of 
San Sebastian, battle of the Nive, and actions near Bidart» Bussussary, and Villa Franque; 
actions of Garris, Tarbes, and Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toidonse. 

137 M^or*General Napier served with the 52nd at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of 
Eioge in 1807. Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope on the expicdition to Sweden in 1808; and 
sttbseqiiently in Sir John Moore's campaign in Spain, indnding the retreat to, and baitle of, 
Comnna. In Sicily with the regiment until the autumn of 1810. Served at'tcrvtards in the 
Pc ninsula on the staff, including the defence of Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 2nd sif ge of 
Badajua, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and the Nive— including the various engagements 
near the Major's House-Lightly wounded on the 10th of December, and severely on the llth 
—lost an arm. 

138 Ma|or-Grneral Thorn accompanied the Buffs to the Peninsula in Aug. 1608, where he 
served until Jan. 1809. B« turned to the Peninsula in June following, and commanded the 
light Company of the Ba£b at the battle of Talavera Employed as an officer of obs«rvatu>n in 
Spanish £«trea>adora from 29th Jan. to 3rd March 1810. from which perit^d until the terminatt<>n 
of that war in 1814, he served as Deputy-Assistant- Quarter- Mast ter- General with the 2nd 
Division, and was present at the battle of Busaco, 1st si^ge of Badaj<iz, battle of Albuhera, 
actioDS at Arroyo da Molino and Almarai, battles of Vittoria. the Pyrenees, and Nivelle, battles 
of the Nive on the 9th and 12th Dec. (wounded); action of Garris, battle of Orthes, actiun of 
Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Embarked with the troops from Bonrdtaux to Canada in July 

1814, as an Assistants Qnai ter-Master General, and was present at the affair of Piatt^burg. 
Horse killed tinder him at Albuhera; another in the action at the Pass of Ma^ a; and a third in 
the action of Uie 12th De& 1813, near Bayoxme. 

140 Major-Gensaal Darling served at the reduction of Guadaloupe In 1810, and was severely 
wounded in the left knee by a musket -shot in storming the heights of Matauba. Procredtd to 
the Pcnin»u]a, and joined the 5Ut Light Infantry at Caotello Branco, in May 1812; engagt d on 
the height* of San Christovaly the battle of Salamanca, and surrcnd^ of the Hetiro at Madrid; 
employed with his regiment before Burgos; and after the retreat from thence he wai attacked by 
typhw Umstt Mid aent to Englvid for reeorery, in May 1818. Rejoined the axmy on the heights 



die IFifr Settneei of the General €ffjcen. 

of BohiBsr i& Ssptembor fbUowini^, and was pr^Mnt al ih« battfe of NlTella^ and tiie tiliaaqiMDl 
attack of the heights of 8t P6. Appomtrd M^ur of Brigade in Deo. 1813* and altAohed to 
Ma]or«General Hay's brigade in the 5th dirision* and was employed throaglioiit the bloekade 
and operations before Bayi>nn& A|motnted Assistant- Adjutant-Gpneral to the 5th division in 
April 1814, and remained in charge or that department nntd the embarkation of the diTiaiim in 
Ang. 1814. On the renewal of the war in 1815, he was re-appointed to the staff at Asmstant* 
Adjutant-Geneial, and attached to the 4th division, under Sir Charies Colville; employed with 
his division in the operations connected with the battle of Waterloo^ the atoming of Caabray, 
and capitulation of Paris. 

141 Sir Joseph Thackwell served the campaign in Gallda and Leon nader Sir John ICoon^ 
and was c^nj^aged in several skirmishes, and present at the battle of Comnna. Served the cam- 
paigns of 1813 and 14 in the Peninsula, including the battles of Vtttoria, the Pjrrenees In front 
of rampeluna. 27th, 28th, 29th, and dOth July; blockade of Pampeluna, from 18th to tho 3Ut 
Oct., when it surrendered; battle of Orthes, aShir at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse) beaides 
many affktrs of advanoed guards, out-posts, &o. Served also the cauipaign of 1815, inclnding 
the action at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle oiWaterloo. ComoiaiMlra 
the cavalry division of the army of the Indus during the Affghanistan campaign; was present at 
the storm and capture of Ghuxnee; and commanded the 2nd column of the army on its march 
from Cabool to Bengal. Commanded the cavalry division in the action at Maharajpore on ths 
29th Dec 1843. Contused <m the right shoulder at Yittoria, and severely wounded at Waterloo 
(left arm amputated close to the shodder) in charging a square of infantry; had also two hones 
shot under hiuL He commanded the cavalry in the batUe of Sobraon. 

142 Sir Wm. Lewis Berries accompan*«'d the 9th Dragoons to South America in Sept. 1806, 
and «erved as a Brigiide* Major in the expedition against Buenos Ayres. Aide-de-camp to Sir 
Eyre Coote on the Walcheren expedition in 1809, and was sctively employed at the siege and 
taking of Flushing. Accompanied Sir Edward Paget to Spain as bis Aide-de-camp, £ Jnaa 
1812; and when Sir Edward was taken prisoner oil the retreat from Burgos, Lord Wellington 
appointed him a Deputy -Quarter- Master-General, in which capacity he served until the end of 
that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the 
Bidassoa, the three successive days* acti<ms at the Mayor's House, in front of Bidart, where he 
bad a horse shot under him. On the 14th of April 1814, whilst endeavouring with Lieut Moore 
(now Colonel Vf, G. Moore) to extricate Sir John Hope from his horse, which in the sortie from 
Bayoiine was killed and had fallen upon him, he receiyed a musket-shot in the left knee, was 
taken prisoner with Sir John Hope and Lieut 2ioore (both being wounded), and hit left leg was 
amputated the next morning. 

143 fifajor-General M'Donald's services:— Expedition to South America, and aataolt of 
Buenos Ayres; Peninsula, from Nov. 1808 to 1813, and in the South of France from March 
1814, including the battle of Busaoo, Lines of Torres Vedras, aShirs at B»dmha, Pombal, and 
Campo Mayor; first siege of Badajos, battle of Albuhera, third siege and assault of Badajos, 
aff'iirs at Alva de Tonnes, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (had two horses shot oudsv 
him), 25th, 30th, and 31st July, and Ttmlouse. Wounded in the head aad right thigh at the 
assault of Buemis Ayres, 5th July 1807; in the left leg and right grom in the Pyrenees 30th 
July ; and in the right shoulder and lungs at the assault of the fortified rock on the mountain 
Arolla, and surprising the enemy's posts in the valley of Banca, Pyrenees, 2nd Oct 18 13. 
Mi^dil atd one clasp for Vittoria and the Pyrenees. 

144 Major-General Paty served on the expedition to Copenhagen In 1807. Served aft af w aiJi 
in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the aiege and eapnira 
of Badijoi, battle of Salamaoca, retreat from Madrid to Burgos, battles of Vitioria, the 
Pyrenees and Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, llth, 1201, and 13th Deo. 1813^ 
besides various minor affairs. 

145 Major-General Gabriel was employed on the Wakharsn azpedition in 1609. Bsrvad 
afterwards on the staff in the Peninsula until the end ot that war in 1814. Beceired the breveC 
rank of Mi^or for the battle of the Pyreneea ; and that of Lieot-Oolonel for former aanrioea in 
the field. 

146 Major-General Thomas served in Sicily frnm 1805 to 181S. Joined tiw 8rd battalion of 
the 27th in Portugal in April 1813, and was present with it at the battles of Vittoria aad the 
Pyrenees. 0>mmanded tne Light Companies of the right brigade of the 4th division nt the 
battles of Nivelle, Orthes, and Pouloase, for which he baa remived a medal and tiro clasps. 
Served afterwards in the American war; also at the captnrs of Paris. 

147 Major-General Bo wan served with the 52nd in Sicily, in 1806 and 7 1 on the anedltion 
to Sweden, in 1808; in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore in 1808-9; at Walohsnn m 1809, 
looloding the bombardment and somnder of Fluahiaff. in Portugal firom S6th Jan. to let Joas 
1811, inefaiding the aotkm at Sabogal. Subsaqnently in the Peninsula and South of ¥twms» 
from 10th Jan. 1813, to the end of that war in 1814, indoding the battle of VUtaria, passage oT 
the Bidassoa, battlea of the Nivella, Nira, Orthea, and Tonlonaa, together with the intenaediale 
aflhirs. Served also the campaign of 1815, and waa pr e se n t at ttie hattia of Watsrhia, Be- 
oeived tiw brevet rank of Mijor for the battla of Orthaii and thai of Uont-Cohmal for foroaar 
•crviosa in the flald. 

148 M4cr.Q6o«nI Bhtw Kaaoady •vnd with tha 4M itte iii«i€r 



Wm Semei9 of the General OffUen. Sid 

tatfid ef nog9 in 1807. Ii llie FtafauoU fron 1808 lo 1819 Indwifs, ud waa pnmni st the 
■edoD of the Coa, siege and oapfcora of Ciodad Rodrigo aod Badijos, and battle of Salamaiicft. 
Served also the eampSgn of 1815, inehidiiiff the battles <^ Qoatre Bras and Waterioo. 

149 Lord Sandys aooompaiUed the loth Bnssars to the Peninsola in 1812, and was present in 
the aetlon at Morales, and battlea of Vittoria and Pampelnna* Served also the campaifrn of 
1815, aa mn Aide-de-eamp ta the Duke of Wellingten, and was. present at tiie battle of Wa- 
terloo. 

150 Sir Thonas Henry Browne carried the King's Colour of the 23rd at the siege of Oopen- 
hagen in 1807. Aooompanted his regiment to America; thence to the West Indies, and waa 
woanded at the oaptore of Martinique. Frooeeded again to America, and thenoe to Portagal in 
1811. He was aopointed to the Staff of the Adjutanl-Oeneral in 1812, and was in the field at 
the battlea of SaJamanoa, capture of Madrid and the Betiro, siege of Burgos, Vittoria (where 
he was wounded in the head), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, the actions of the 11th, 12tb, and 13th 
Dee. 1813, befbro Bayonne, Nive, Tarbes, Orthes, and Toulonse. On the escape of Napoleon 
from BIba, he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Stewart (the present Marqais of London- 
derry), and served the eampaign of 1815 with Mm, at the head-quarters of the Austrian and 
Bosstan armiea. 

151 Major-Qenend Maclacfalan was honourably mentioned in Colonel GiUespie's despatch, for 
his conduct at tiie suppression of the mutiny at Vellore in 1806, on which oooasion he was the 
senior officer mvsent, and scTerely wounded. 

152 Mejor-(Gkneral NiooUs with tMrteen volunteers in a boat of the B&uicAe frigate, boarded 
and captored, on the 3rd Nor. 1803, the French armed cutter AWwn from under the guns of 
Monte Ctiristie, St Domingo, — ^in this action he was severely wounded by a musket-ball, which 
entering the abdomen, and coming out at his right side, lodged in the arm. On board the 
Standard at the passage of the EHtrdanelles on the 19th Feh 1807. On the 26th June 1808, 
with a boat's csrew, he larded and captured the Italian gun-boat Volp€ near Corfu. Present at 
the rednetion of the Island of Anholt in May 1809. Sererely woniuled at the attack on Fort 
Bowyer 15th Sept. 1814. 

153 M^or-General Fearon*s services:— Campaign of 1796 and 7 in the West Indies, including 
the storrainff of the Vigie (wounded in the knee by a bayonet); attack on Mome Fortunee; ana 
surrender of St. Luoia. Campaign of 1799 in Hollaad, including the battles of the 19th Sept., 
2Bd and 6th Oct Campai|KQ of 1800 on the coast of France and Spain. Expedition to Quiberon 
Bay. Attack on FerroL Expedition to Vigo and Cadis. Egyptian campaign of 1807, includ- 
ing the surrender of Alexandria; attack and storming ot BcMetta Campaign of 1814 and 15 
in Italy, including the surrender of Naples and Genoa. Major-General Fearon commanded the 
troopa on board the unfortunate ship JTshI, when she was burned in the Bay of Biscay 1st 
Mai^ 1825. 

154 Major-General Balneavis proceeded under Sir David Baird to Corunna in 1808 1 ftt>m 
thenoe to l4sl>on, and was appointed Maior of Brigade to Major-Gkneral B. M*Kenzie's 
Brigade; served throughout the whole of the war in Spain, and was present at the battles of 
Talavera and Busaoo, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, occupation of them and subsequent 
adyance, battle of Fuentes d'Onor—for which he received the brevet rank of Blajor; siege of 
Ciodad Bodrigo, oovering the siege of Badaioz, storming of Fort St Michael, siege of Burgos, 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and battle of Toulouse, at which battle he 8ucceedf>d to 
the command of the 3rd battalion of the 27th regt Embarked at Bourdeaux for North 
America I on arriving there he was appointed Assistant-Qoarter-Master^ General, and was 

f resent at the battle of Plattsburg. Gave up his staff situation and proceeded to New Orleans. 
Vesent at the capture of Paris aa Aide-de-camp to Sir Manley Power, and served afterwards 
with the Army ot Occupation. 

155 Major-General Whetham served with the 40th in Holland, in 1799. Also on the 
exped it ion to South America, and was sererely wotmded at the assault of Monte yideo,-'right 
leg amputated. 

156 M^or-General Goldie served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to Nov. 1813, including 
the passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees, 
brddea many other minor actions and skirmishes. Severely wounded in the Pyrenees on the 
30th July 1813, by a musket-ball which is still lodged in the lungs — this wound was long con- 
sidered mortal Medal for Albuhera. 

157 Major-€kneral Higginson served with the Grenadier Guards in Sicily in 1807, in the 
campaijcn in the North of Spam with Sir John Moore in 1808-9, and was present at the battle 
of Cunmna. Went with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Join<Ml his regiment ^n Portugal 
in 1812, and advanced with the army into Spain in 1813; coounanded a detachment ot the 
Grmadier (Kiards at the storming and capture of San Sebastian, 31st August in the tame year, 
entered France by the Pyrenees, was present at tilie passages of the Nive, the Nivelle, and the 
Adour, aido during the mvestment of Bayonne. Embarked with his regiment at Bonrdc^auz 
when ^e^ army left France in 1814. Went with re-enforcements to the Netherlands in June 
1815, arrived at Paris shortly after its capture, and remained in France during the three yf ars 
of its ooonpatton by the aUied army. In 1830 he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Hill, 
then Conunandor-in-diief, and continued on his Btaff upwards of twelve yean, until his lord- 
-"--'• tmiiffuidm of oOoa Ihn iU haidth. 



31 e War Serrieet of the Cftnerat Officers. 

158 IC^or-Genenl Bowles Mnred in the north of Germany in 1805 and 6, under Lord Oath* 
eart Present at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 1807. In the Peninsnk from 1809 to 
1814 (excepting the winters of 1810 and 11^, and was present at the passase of the Dooro ; 
battles of Tala?era, Balamancsy and Vittona ; sieffes of Cindad Bodrigo. BacM^os, Borgoa, and 
6sn Sebastian \ capture of Madrid i passages of &» Bidassoa, Niyelle, Nive, and Adonr t and 
the inTestment of Bayonne. Present at the batUes of Qoatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the 
capture of Paris. 

159 Msjor-General Bonbury led tho storpiing party at Forts Frederick and Zelaadift. as a 
▼olnntecr, at the capture of Surinam in 1804. Senred the campaign of 1814 in Holland, xn- 
olnding the attacks on Merxem, and the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp. Serrsd 
also in the American war. 

160 Major-General the Hon. Henry Carendish serred in the Psntnsnia from July 1808 to 
January 1809, and was wonnded throua^h the wrist at the battle of Corunna, where he serred as 
aide-de-camp to Lord William Bentinck. 

161 Mtjor-General Godwin serred with the 9th at the Ferrol in 1800 ; in Hanorer in 1805* 
6 I in Portugal from Sept. 1808 to July 1809, including the passage of the Djuro. In 1810 
marched from Gibraltar in command of the two flank companies to Tarifa \ proceeded from 
thence with Lord Lynedoch to the action of Burosa, and was severely woundea. Served also 
throughout the Burmese war under Sir Archibald Campbell, from the landing of the troopi in 
May 1824 until the Peace in Feb. 1826. During this period he had held six separate csom- 
mauds against the enemy ; in one he captured the fortified town of Martaban, 30th Oot 1824, 
antl ultimately the prorince ; on the 8th Feb. 1825, he captured the fortified position of Tanta- 
baiu, and took 36 pieces of Artillery, together with a quantity of other arms. Bb waa also 
present at every action with the enemy (except those in Dec 1824, when he was still employed 
at Martaban), particularly at Sembike on Ist Dec 1825, wti^n in command of the advanced 
guard he carried the front face of the enemy'a position. Commanded the 1st Brigade in Ava, 
composed of H M.'s 4l8t Begt and the 12th and 1 8th Begts. of Native Infantry. 

162 Mttjor-General Bobbins served in Sicily in 1806-7 with the 1st Begt. of uaards; also in 
the Peninsula, Franca, and Flanders, with the 7th Hussars, and waa severely wonnded at Wa- 
terloa 

163 Major-General Macncil served in Sir John Moore's retreat, and subsequently at Wal- 
cheren in 1809} in Swedish Pomerania in 1813, in Holland in 1814, including the attack on 
Bergen op-Zoom. Served also the campaign of 1815, inclndingbatlle of Waterloo. 

164 M«i or- General Pitt served at the capture of the Danish West India Islands in 1807( and 
of Martinique in 1809. Served also in the Peninsula from Jan. 1811 te Jan. 1814, including 
the battle of Albuhera ; actions at Usagre and Almaras ; siege of Badajus \ battles of Vittoria, 
JPampelnna, and the Pyrenees. 

165 Major-General Sutherland served in the Ashantee war, on the Gold Coast, fn 18S4. 

166 M«jor-G«neral Rainey served with the 82 od at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 
1807; with Sir Brent Spencer's expedition off the coast of Spain, and at Cadis on surrender of 
the French fleets ^^ thence joined Sir Arthur We11eslev*s army at Mondego Bay, and was 
afterwards present at the battles of B >Ieia, Vimiera, and Corunna, also the retreat under Sir 
John Moore. Aooompanied the regiment to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the sur- 
render of Middleburgh, siege and capture of Flushing. Joined the army in the Peninsula in 
May 1812, and served as Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Bradford dnring the siege of the Forts of 
Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Baigos, and retreat therefirom. 
Served afterwards in the Portuguese service in advance through tho IVos-os-Montes in 1813, at 
the battle of Vittorio, actions of Villa Franca and Toloso, storm of the fortified convent in front 
of Sin Sebastian, at both the sieges and storm of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battle 
of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th and 10th Dec— severely wounded: wonnded al*o 
at the stf'ge of San Sebastian. Served in France with the Army of Occupation firom the capi- 
tulation of Paris in 1815 to the end of 1818. 

167 Mstjor-Genpral Dal>oll served with the 43rd at the battle of Kioge and surrender of 
Copenhagen in 1807; also the Corunna campaign in 1808-9. Returned to the PeninsnU with 
tho regiment in 1809, where he served until tlM end of that war in 1814 Cexoept an absence in 
consequence of a wound), including the action of the Coa near Almeida, battle of Busaco, re- 
treat to the Lines at Lisbon, advance after Masseoa, actions of Pombal, Redinha (wounded), 
Fos d*Aroucs, Casal Nova, and Sabugal — severely wounded; battles of Vittoria and Toulouse, 
for which last he received the brevet rank of Msgor. Served also in the campaign of 1815, 
and was present at the capture of Paria 

168 Major-Gkneral Walton served with the Coldstream Gusrds at the siege and capture of 
Copenhagen in 1807. He embarked for the Peniosula in 1808, and served tho oampaisna of 
1809, 1810, and the first part of 1811; and was preaent at the passage of the Douro and cap- 
ture of Oporto, the battles of Talavera and Basaco, the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedra^ 
ani the subsequent advance to the Spanish frontier. He served also in Holland, Belgium, end 
France, from Nov. 1813 to Nov. 1818; and was present at the bombardment of Antwerp, the 
attack on Bergen-op-Zoora, the battles of Qaatre Bras and Waterloo^ and the capture of Pmtis. 
He served forty years in tha Coldstream Guards, and commanded the regiment upwards of six 
yean. 



War Services of the General Officers. 31/ 

169 Mftjor-Geoflial Lewis serred in Sir Bichard Str^lian'B action* 4tli Not. 1805. Com- 
maaded a battalion of Marinea in the American war, inclading the action at Biadenahnrg, attack 
on Baltimore, and ▼ariooa ekirmiahes in the Chesapeak. 

170 Major-General Lawrence, prior to entering the BoTal Marines, aerred four years and a 
half ai Midshipman in the Boyal Navy. In 1793 he serred at Toolon ; landed at Fort La Malgoe 
and Fort Mnlgrave during the siege. In 1798, at the capture of a French squadron of three 
frigates and two brigs off Toulon. In 1805, battle of Trafalgar ( the ahip in which he serrcd, 
the CohuuM, lost 200 in killed and wounded. In 1810, at Cadiz daring the siege; was the 
senior captain of the expedition against Makga, In 1814 and 15, serTsd off Kew xork on the 
American coast, until hostilities finally ceased. 

171 Major-General Jones was at the defeat of the French fleet by Lord Howe, 1st June 1794 1 
and by. Lord Bridport, 23 June 1795. On board La Eevolutionaire when she captnred the 
Unite^ 12th April 1798. Wrecked off Brest in 1804, and detained a prisoner of war until 1814. 

172 Blsjor-General AdairVi services: -Battle of the Nile; siege and capitulation of the Castie 
of St. Elmo, Naples, and the town of Capua, in 1798; blockade of Malta, and surrender of La 
Valetta; blockade of Cadiz, and present at an attack made by Spanish gun-vessels when be- 
eabned under the batteries of that town; on board £L M. S. Genereux, at the capture of La 
Diantf French frigate. Served also at New Orleans. 

173 Major-General Connolly served in Lord Bridport*s action, 23d June 1795. In 1796 served 
in the Mediterranean, including the evacuation of ^stia, capture of Porto Ferrajo, and destruc- 
tion of Martello Tower in St Fiorenzo Bay. On board U. M. S. Exeellent in the battie off 
C^ St. Vincent, 14th Feb. 1797. Capture of Admiral Ferrie*s squadron off Toulon in 1798, 
consisting of three firigatei and two brigs. On board the Hannibal^ in the battie of Algesiias, 
6th July 1801 y wounded and taken prisoner. On board H. M. S. Penelope^ in the action oil 
Flushing and Ostend, under Sir Sydney Smith, 16th May 1804. Present at tiie siege of Copen- 
hagen, and ci^»ture of Danish fleet in 1807, and at Nyebourgh in 1808. In 1812, on board 
H.M.S. Hamadryad^ when attacked by French privateers; debarked with detachments at Sche- 
vding, and took possession of the Hague in 1814. During the above periods he has been very 
frequantiy engaged with the enemy in alEurs of gun-boats and batteries, &c. && He has re« 
osived a rewMd from the Patriotic Fund. 

174 Mi^or-Greneral Shawe served the campaigns of 1810, 1811, and part of 1812, in the Pes* 
insula, including the battie of Bosaoo. Served also in Holland, and Belgium from Nov. 1813 to 
Septb 1814, and was severely wounded at Bergen-op-Zoom. 

175 Major-General Beatty's serrioes: landed at the attack of Santa Cruz, Tenerifie^ when Lord 
Kelaon lost his arm; battie of the Nile; siege of St. Jean d'Acre (wounded); was favourably 
mentioned in Sir Sidney Smith's despatch, and is the only officer now serving who participated 
in thai eelebraced defence. In 1803 he was at the capture of the Harmonie privateer, and the 
snrfrise aad destruction of Fort Dunkirk, Martinique. The publication of the despatches con- 
nected with these events, in which he was most favourably mentioned, procured him a patriotic 
swoid of the value of 50/. Captain of Marines in the Courageux, at the capture of the Marengo 
and BeUe PouU in March 1805; and in the Donegal, Capt. P. Malcohn,when the small squadron 
under his command attacked two French frigates under the batteries of La Hogue, near Cape 
Barfleor, 10th November 1810. He has been engaged in other affairs of minor importance, and 
was selected for the duty of accompanying Sir G. Cockbum with Napoleon in the NcTthumber- 
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Wan Serme$ of the Colonels. 43 

I Sir "DkM CunvnghBine Mrred the cftmpalgn of 1793, ineliidiiig the aotiont at Fatnan, St. 
Amand, and LineeUiM (MTerelj woimded); also tba nega of Valendennea. Taken prisoner in 
the action at Ottend in May 1798: 

3 Colonel the HonooraUe Alexander Abercromby senred the campaign of 1799 in Holland, 
M a Tolonteer with the 92nd ; with the 52nd on the expedition to the Ferrol in 1800; in Sicily 
in 1806 and 1807, at Aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore. Proceeded to the Penineola in 1809, 
and commanded the 28th at the battle of Boaaoo, and in the Lines before Usbon; a brigade at 
the battle of Albohera; the S8th at Arro^yode Molino and Almaraz; and was AsaiBtant*Qiiarter^ 
Mastv-General at the battlaa of Vittona, the Pyrenees, and Orthes. He serred also the cam- 
paign of 1815, in the same capacity, and was present at the battles of Qoatre Bras and Waterloo, 
ttorming of Peronne, and capture of Paris. He has receiyed a cross for Albohera, Tittoria^ 
]^rrenees, and Qrthes. 

4 Colonel Sherlock serred the campaign of 1794 and 95 in Flanders, Holland, and Germany, 
with the 8th Light Dn^oons, inoladine the attack of Bonsbeque, all the outpost affiiirs on the 
retreat firom Ostend, putacnlarly at Afost and at Doffeldt ; action at Boxtel, where hia horse was 
killed muter him, and the retreat from the Rhine. Proceeded to the Peninsula in command of 
the 4th Dragoon Guards, in August 1811, and serred there until that regiment returned to 
England in IJby 1813. 

6 Sir Bobert Chambre Hill ser?ed on the Continent in 1794 and 95. Embarked with the 
Blues for the Peninsula in Oct 1812. Soon after his arrifal in Lubon, was ordered to take 
command of the Household Brigade of CaTahnr, which he commanded at and for some time after 
tiie battle of Vittoria, for whidi he has received a medal Present also at the actions in ti^e 
Pyrenees; and subsequently with Lord Hill's Division until after the battle of the 13th Dee. 
1813 near Bayonne. Serred also the campwgn of 1815, in command of the regiment, including 
the action on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo, where he was sererely wounded. 

7 Sir WiQiam Cox served at the re-taking of Grenada in 1796 ; in Egypt in 1801; employed 
on a partlenlar serrioe in Spain in 1808-9, and was present in the action at Lugo, and battie of 
Corunna. Commanded the fortreas of Almeida, from April 1809 to the 27th August 1810, 
when, by the unfortunate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender it to the army 
under Marshal Massena. 

8 Colonel J. P. Hamilton serred two years in Spain during the Peninsular war, and com* 
manded a battalion at the battle of Castalla. 

9 Cokmel Borslem served at Toulun in 1793, and was present in the various actions there, 
and afterwards at Corsica. Employed as Asaistant-Qouurter-Maftter-General at the taking of 
the lale of France in 1810; and as Deputy-Qaarter-Master- General at the conquest of Java, 
mdndins the attack of Comelis. Mtdal for Java. 

II CcSonel Gkimtlett was actively employed against the Maroons in the West Indies. Served 
alao the campaign in Egypt 

12 Colonel Woodgate embarked with the 5th battalion of the 60th on the expedition to Por- 
tsgal in 1808 under Sir Arthur Wellesley, and was present at the battles of Boleia, Yimiera, 
Tatavera, and Bosaco; action at Sabueal, battle of Fuentes d*Onor (wounded), siege of Badajos 
in 1811 ; action at £1 Bodon, siege and cantnre of Cindad Bodrigo. Medal for Fuentea d'Onur. 

13 Colonel Paoiekson served in Irelana with the 9th Dragoons during the Rebellion in 1798| 
in 1807 he served with the 4drd at the siege of Copenhagen and at the battle of Eioge ; in 
1608-9 in Spain, under Sir John Moore. Served afterwards in the Peninsula (a gr^at part of 
the tioM in oosBmand of the regiment) fttim Sept 1809 to the end of that war in 1814 (except 
dnii^ two short intervals when he was ordered to England to command the 2nd batiahon), 
including the action of the Coa, battle of Basaco, Lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Bedinha, 
Fox d'Arouce^ Condeixa, and Sabugal s battles of Fuentes d*Onor, Vittoria, and Toulouse, lor 
which last he has received a medaL Embarked for America in Oct. 1814, and commanded the 
43rd at the attack on New Orleans. Joined the Army in Flanders on the 16th of June 1815, 
and was present at the capture of Paris. 

14 Coloiiel Thornton aerved in the Peniniula, and commanded -the 40th regiment at the 
hattlea of Talavera, NiveUe (severely wounded), Orthea, and Toulouse, fbr which he haa 



16 Sir John MUley Doyle served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 
8th, 13th, and 21st of March, captures of Grand Cairo and Alexandria, together with the other 
operations of that campaign. Served afterwards in the Peninsula firom Feb. 1809 to the end of 
that war in 1814— either in command of a regiment of Portuguese or a brigade — and was pre- 
Kut at the action of Grijon, pasaage of the Douro, battle of Fuentea d*Onor, firat aiege of 
Badajos, si^ge and assault of Ciudad Bodrigo, battles of Vittona, the Pyrenees, NiveUe, and 
Orthes. Sir John has reoeived a medal for aervioes in Egypt ; and a cross and one clasp for 
Foentes d'Onor, Cindad Bodrigo, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Orthes. 

17 Colonel John fiainilton served the Egyptian Campaign of 1801 with the Coldttream 
Guarda. Aceompaiiied a detainment of that regiment to the Peninsula in March 1810 ; and in 
April was appointed Deputy- Assistant-Qaarter-Master-Ckneral at Isla de Leon. Went to 
Xnrilnd in March 1812| njoined the regiment in the Peniniula in July 1813, and ierved than 
ml iha end of that war in 1814. 

18 Oolonal Baikal Mrrad with the Coldstream Gvaida on the expedition to HanoYvr in 



44 ... W» Setviui oftkf Cobmb. 

1805.6; and ttt Goptnbagni in 1807* EmliarlMd wHk tli« TCgun«nl for th» FiiiiMak» Sbl tf 
Dto. 1808, and Mrred Umn aatil SGth of JanoAry 1819 f and again firofli Ai^pul 181S to l«lh 
May 1813. 

19 Colonol Efato sirred in the Pniioanla from Dee. 1808 to Jan. 1813, ino1iidui( tiM paawfi 
of the Doom, aifAir near Salamanca, battle of Buf aoo, aiege of Ciudad BodrigOi oovenag t£e 
iiego of Ba^aj s, battle of Satamanoa capoire of Madrid, and siego of Bome* 

20 Colonel Ward aenred in the Pfninsola, and has reoeived a medaf and two ebip lor 
Salamanca, BaHajoi (Mverely wonnded at the astaolt), and the Pyreneei. 

SI Cokinei B ake aerred with the SOth Dragoons at the eaptnre of the Cape of Good Hope ia 
1806 ; proceeded from thence to South America, and was in the action at Maldooado and siffs 
Of Monte Yidea Served in Portugal in 1808 and 9, inolading the hattlea of Boleia $ai 
Ytmiera (medal); also at the passage of the Dooro In Sicily in 1810 and 11 { aohsaqnOBtiy m 
the f astern coast of Spain, including the battle of CastaDa, and action at Villa Franca. 

22 Sir Edward Mile* eerred on the Continent in 1794 and 95, including the battle of lia^ 
oalles, action at the bridge of Wallam, storming of Fort Nook, siege of Niaaegnen, and defimos 
of the Ems BiTer* Actively employed in the West Indies in 1796 and 97, and wae pfeiw l at 
the sieges of St Lucia and Grenada, and capture of Trinidad. Served in Ireiaod daring ths 
Bebellion in 1798. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the batttoa of Eokla 
and Vimiera, aotion at Lugo, and battle of Corunna Pfooet*ded with the expedition to Wil- 
oheren in 1809. Served afterwards io the Peniosula from June 1812 to the end of that war, 
including the battle of Salamanca (severely and dangerously woonded), action at Yilla Mansli 
battles of Vittoria and the P>renf>e», aiege and storming of San Sebaacian (dangerooaly wounded 
at the assault), parage of the Btdass<ta, battles of Nivelle and Nive (9th to ISth Dea). Pr^ 
oeeded to Ava in command of a brigade, and was engaged in all the operationa against ths 
enemy in that onnntry from June to 17th Aug. 1824; embarked for the eastward, and csai* 
•andad the foroe at the storm and cloture of Mergui, 6th Oct t returned to Bingoon in Vev, 
•erved there during its investment in Deo. 1824, and commanded the Madras forea in aeesnl 
aasaolta on the enemy. Sir Edward has received a medal and a olaap for Salamanoa and 8ao 



24 Colonel Freke embarked with the army under Sir Ralph Abercromby for tho Weal ladisi 
in 1795. Accompanied the 7th batuUon of the 60th to Nova Scotia, in April 1814, and com- 
manded the military part of a conjunct expedition up the Pennbeoot river on the A me ri sa i 
ooaat, which resulted in the defnat of the Aoierican armv nnder (general Blaka tho taking sf 
the towns of Hampden and Bangor, the destruction of the Amcricau frigate AdoMu | alec the 
Oaptore of nearly rorty piecee of caonon, three stand of oolnnrs, and a great many priaonera 

26 (Colonel Jodrell served in SicUy in 1806 and 1807. He went to CJadia in Manh 1810. ead 
remained there UU April 1811, having been present at tho battle of Barroaa. In Sept. 1812 he 
Joined the Duke of Wellington's army in the Peninsula, and served there until the ead of that 
win 1814. 

27 Colonel Htnry Dawkina eerved in the Peninaala with the Qnarda. from Feb. 1810 to the 
and of that war in 1814 : Major of Brigade from Jane 1810, including the battle of VmmUm 
d*OBor, siese of (Tiodad Bodrigo, battle of Salamanca, eiege of Borgoa, battlea of Vittoria, ITf 
Telle, and Nive t passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the aortfte^ ou which 
last occasion ha was severely woonded. Served also the campaign of 1816, inoluding the baMle 
of Waterkw. 

28 Cokmel Cheney served with the 2nd Dra^foons in Flanders and HoOand in 1794 and 9S, 
and waa severely wounded in an engagement with the French before Niamguen. Served else 
the campaign of 1815, inclndina the action of the 17(h June and the battle <» Waterioo^ wher^ 
in the alkemoon, the command of the regiment devolved on him. In thia battle ha bad ftie 
hcrsss shot nnder him. 

29 Colonel Petor Brown served with the 82od on an expedition to the oeasi of Vnmm mi^ 
in 1800, and subsequently in the Mediterranean. He served with tho 2ard at tha aiege sui 
taptnre of Copenhavea in 1807 { afterwards in North America i also at tha aiege and capime 
of Martinique ia 1809 i and in the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of that war in ltl4 Aa 
Commandant of deuch meats at B<»lem he established a school upon the asodel of tha Bojal 
Military Asylnm at Chelsea, A»r the unmerons chiMren of the eoldiers' familiee left at that 
aUtion. He also served on the S'aff in the Netherlands, as CSoouaandant of Ohent» and sn^ 
•eqnently with the Army of Occupation in Fkanoe. 

81 Colonel FieUing Browne accompanied the 40th to tha Feninaok in July I806» and wai 
present at the battlea of Roleia. Vimiera, Talavera. and Bosaoo ; on the rstrsat in, and at the 
oeeapation of, the Lines of Torres Vedras, siego of Badsjoa, in May 1811, and repnlaa of tha 
aortie from Fort S^n Christoval i actions of El Bodon and Aldea do Pontes aiege and atonsiBg 
of Cindad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Bidsjos, action at Canisal, battle of Silamara. mp* 
tore of Ma/lnd, and subsequent retreat therefrom. Served also oe the expedition agalaal New 
Orleaas. CJommanded the regiment at the battle of Waterloo. Medal for Bedajaa, 
oomaMnded the regiment at the assaalt* 

22 Colond ChUdan served with tha UthDragoooaai thoBaidarin 1799 i tha 

frwaMiqr 1811 to tha and of thai war in 1814. Alao tha wpiign <l MM, m 



War Sarfric^ of tk$ Cotoneb. 46 

M^flT of Brigade to 8b Jokn YwaMtm, inebdbg ihB battle of Waterloo. Ommaiided a 
brigade of Gavalry at the aiege and captain of. Bhartpore^ under Lord Combennera 

39 Colonei the Honourable Leioeeter Stanhope ivat emplojed in South Aaierica in 1807, and 
vai pieieat et the attaek on Boenoe Ayret. Served abo in the Mahratta war of 1817 and I89 
■dadiBflf the battle of Maheidpore, and itorming of Talneir. 

84 C<3aiiel AleToaader Himneon terred the canpaign of 1808-9, inoludisg the battle of Co- 
nMia I the ezpediiion to Waleherea in 1809 » and the Penintular oampaigna of 1812, IS, 
and 14. 

85 Sir ThoMae Btade aerved the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 27th, induding the 
aslkMe of the 19th Si>pt, Sod and 6th Ootobtr. Present at the operations before Ferroi in 1800 1 
in the Bgyptiaa campaign of 1801 ; and on the expedition to Naplee under Sir Jamee Craiff. in 
May 1808 appointed to oonunand a Flotilla in the Mediterraaean for the defence of Sioiij ; 
employed at the rapture of the ialaode of Isobia and Procida ; and at the lame time took and 
drntrojed in company with H.M.S. Cjfane^ a flotilla of thirty-funr gun-boate. On the 10th 
J^ 1810, captured a flotilla of tweot>-eix gun-boats in the bay of Bagma. He was aiWr- 
wards oooataouj employed against Marat's armament on the coast of Calabria during his pro- 
JKted iuTasion of Sicily, in which serTioe fifty of the enemy's TesseU with a considerable portion 
(tf Md artillery and other military stores, and many prisoners, were captured by Uie flotilla 
under hie command. Served on the Eastern Coast of Spain with the forces under Iiord Wm* 
BcBtiaek and Sir Wm. Clinton. At the oonoiusion of that war in 1814, he embariLed with hia 
regiment for America, where he serred until the termination of hostilities with that country, 

86 Sir John MoriUyon Wilson was six >frars in the navy, in which serrice he reoeired three 
wounds. He was in the expedition to the Holder in 1799, and Egjpt in 1801. where he re- 
otived a medal and the thanks of the Capitan Pasha for saving the crew of a Turkish maa-of* 
war's boat. He aeoompaoied the expedition to Walcfaeren, and was twice wounded during the 
siege of FInshiDg. From the latter end of 1809 to 1813, he was present with his regiment at 
the battlee of Bosaoo, Foentes d^Onor, and the yarious actions fought in the Peninsula withia 
those periods. In the winter of 1818 he joined the 1st battalion Koyal Scots in Canada, aad 
was in the different attacks made on Sackett's Harbour, Gnat Sudus, where he received a 
severe bayonet wound during anight attack $ Black Book, Buffalo, and the battle of Chippewai 
where he reoeived seven wounds aod was l^t for dead on the field of battle and fell into the 
hande of the enemy. The army medical board, in its official rtport to the Secretary at War in 
1829, etatea that *' fbw cases of more sggravated distress from ss vers wounds have oome before 
as ; and we have no doubt the life of this officer will be shortened by their results, and we see 
not the least prospect of permaneiU recovery." Sir John has receiTcd thirteen wounds, and has 
two moaket-baUs still lodged in his body. He received the hreret rank of Major and also that 
ef licntenaet-Coloael for his conduct before the enemy. 

87 Cohmel William Dmmmond's services :-^Peninsular campaigns, from 1809 to 1812, la* 
dnding the battles of Bosaco and Fuentes d*Onor, the retreat to the lines of Torree Vedrasb 
nd subsequent adreace from thenee. Campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombard- 
imnt of Antwerp and storming of Beigen-op-Zoom. Campaign of 1815, including the battlea 
of Qeatre Bras and Waterloo. BeceiTed the rank of Brevet Major for his conduct at Waterloo^ 

38 Coloael Soodgrass accompanied the 52nd to Sicily in 1806 ; to Sweden in 1808 ; from 
thenee to the Peninsula, and was present during Sir John Moore's advance and retreat, and at 
the battle of Coronna. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, and was present at the pursuit of 
Masseaa from Santarem, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action near Guinaldo, 
ilege and capture of Ciadad Rodrigo, aod action of San Munos. Appointed Mi^or in tha 
Portogneee service, 24th Not. 1812 ; commanded a corps of 400 Grenadiers at the battle of 
Vittoria, and in the actions of Villa Franca and Tolosa. Volunteered and commanded the 
storming party that amaulted and carried the Convent, Bedoubt, and other ootworks at Saa 
Sebastiaa (wounded). Volunteered and commanded the detachment of the 10th Portuga^se 
Brigade that stormed the small breach of the same place on the 31st Aug. 1813^having pr^ 
liously, by entering the river at night, discovered a lord under the walls, through which he Isd 
the detachment. Present when the army croesed the Bidassoa. Commanded the 1st Ce^adorea 
St the bottle of Nivells, battle of the Nive on the 9th, lOth, and 11th Dea (wounded on the 
llthX BBd battle of Orthee, where he was severely wounded in the head. He has reoeired a 
otose fer San Sebastian, Nivelle, HiT«, and Orthes. 

89 Colonel BelTaIrd served in the Peninsula with the Bifle Brigade, and has reoeiTodaaMdal 
sad a elasp for the battles of the Nivelle aod Nive. 

40 Colonel Harris serred the campaign of 1808-9 as a Depot j-AssistanVQuarter-Maattt» 
General Co Sir David Batrd*s Diyision, and was present at the principal operations of the aiatyy 
■id at the battle of Curunna. 

41 Cohmel Thomas Wildmsn served with the 7th Huasan in the campaign of 1808-9 under 
8ir John Moore, end wae present in the cavalry eugagcmente at Mayorga. Benev('iit#, and 
tkrooghont the retreat to Conmna. Subsequently in the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 and 14» 
iaelnding the iuTestment and surrender of Pampelnna, the battle of Orihes and intermsdiate 
Aha. Served also the campaign of 1815 as Aida*de-camp to the Barl of Uxbtidge^ inclurtiag 
theamioiiai QaatM Bni, retreat on thai 7ih, and batlto of WataakKHalwhMh laH ha vaa 
ilightlty woanded. 



46 Wat Sertiees of the CohtuU. 

4!& Colonel iiie HonooraUd IVedttick M. Cathetrt lemd u Aid»-Ae<«UBp toflw Oonmodff 
of the Forces in the expedition sent to the North of Grermanv in 1805-6 under Genenl Lord 
Ctthcart; and on the expedition sent to the Island of Rngen in the Baltic, to oo-operate with 
the King of Sireden in 1807; and subsequently In the same rear at the siege and csptoR of 
Copenhagen, on which occasion, beinz sent home with the despatches, he was promoted to a 
Troop in the 25th Light Dragoons. He continued to serve as Aide-de-camp to Lord Cathevt 
during the campaigns of 1613 and 1814 in Qermany and France, and was present at Ae btttlei 
of Lntzen 3rd May, Bautzen 20th and 21st May, Dresden 28th Aug., Leipsio 16th, 18Ch,aQd 
19th Oct 1813, Brienne Ut Feb., Fer^ Champenoise 25th March, and capture of Paris 31it 
March 1814. In 1815 he was also employed in the same capacity at the head-quarters of (he 
Allied Army under Marshal Prince Schwartzenberg. 

44 Sir George Couper was Assistant-engineer at Copenhagen; Captain in the 92nd with Sr 
John Moore*s army in S«reden and Portugal; Aide-de-camp to Lord Dalhousie in Walchersn; 
1st Aide-de-camp to Sur H. Clinton in the Peninsula in 1811 and 12, to Lord Dalhousie froai 

1812 to the end of the war, and was present in all the actions in which they oommamiad 
Dlnsions during those periods. He was Assistant-Qaarter-Master-General with the amj ia 
the Onlf of Mexico in 1814-15. 

45 Colonel Richardson serred with the Bojal Horse Guards In Spain and Frande from Dee. 

1813 to the end of the war in 1814. 

46 Colonel Dumas serred at the blockade of Malta in 1799; in ETgypt in 1801 (medal); at the 
battle of Maida in 1806; and again in Egypt in 1807. 

47 Colonel Martin serred in the 23rd Light Dragoons at the battles of TalaTora, on the S2od, 
27th» and 28th July 1809; also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Qoatre Braa, 
retreat on the following day, and battle oi Waterloo. 

49 Colonel Payler served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; the campaign of 1808-9, under Sir Joha 
Moore; and subsequently in the Penmsula under the Duke of Wellington, including the batlla 
of Foentes d'Oaor, siege of Ciudad Bodrigo, and battles of the Nirelle and Kire. 

60 Sir Maxwell Wallace served the campaign of 1815, and was present in the actiaB at 
Qoatre Bras, the retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. On the 16th June 1815, he 
was appointed* by Major- General Baron Domberg, OrderW Officer, to assist hia Brigads- 
M^or, Captain Bobais ; the Generars Aide-de-camp, Captain Krachenburg, beinic taken priaoaer 
the f<dlowuig day, he took Bobais as Aide-de-camp, and named Captain Wallace, Acting- 
Brigade-MMor; and, Bobais being killed on the 18tb, the Duke of Wellington oonfirissil 
Captain Wallace on the Major- GeneraVs recommendation. 

51 Colonel the Honourable John Finch served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the ISth 
Hosaars, and was engaged at the battle of Vittoria (aabre wound), Orthes, and Tonlouse. He 
waa also present, alfchongh not personally engaged, at the battles of the Pyrenees and the Kivt. 
Aoooapanied Lord Combermere to India as his Military Secretary, and was prcaent at the 
aiege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

63 CoiNiel James Liodsay served at the siege of Flnshng in 1809; the Peninsular eaaspaigiia 
ol 1811 and 1818, including the defence of CiSlix and capture of Seville; also the oampaign ia 
Holland, including the assault of Bergen-op-Zoom (wounded). 

53 Colonel Bahow served in India under Lord Lake, during the campaigns of 1803« 4, aad 5, 
and was present at the si^e of Dei^ battle of Futtyghur, siege of fihurtpore, and batUe of 
Afsalghur. Served also at the captures of Bourbon and the Isle of France in 1810. 

54 Colonal Moore served in the Peninanla, France, and Flanders, and was severely wounded 
and taken prisoner at the repnlae of the sortie firom Bajonne. 

65 Sir Uenry Floyd aooompanied General Sir William H. Clinton to Sicily in 1811, and to 
Spain in 1813, as hia Aide-de-oamp, and was present at the battles of Biar and CaataUa, siege 
Md Uookade of Tarragona, in convejing orders to Ordal, and subaequent blockade of Barcelona* 
Served also the oampaiini of 1815, with the 10th Husaars» and was present at the battles ef 
Qoatre Brae and Waterloo, and at (he capture of Paris. 

66 Sir Angnatoa F. d'Bste served at New Orleana on the Staff of Sir John Lamberts aad b^ 
kaved with great gallantry. 

57 Colonel Cochrane landed with the first army In Portugal on the 3rd Aug. 1808, and served 
i» the Peninsula daring Ihacampaigna of 1806, 9, 10, 11, and part of 1812, inolndiaf the batUss 
of Boleia, Vimiera, Talavera^ and Bosaoo, action of Bedinha, siege of Olivenfa, fiat aiegs of 
Badn)<w, aiege of Ciudad Bodriga Served nearly two years in Canada during the Americsa 
war, as Aide-de-camp to the Govemor^General and Commander of the foroee, TisentonsnW 
General Sir Georve PfevosL 

68 C<^onel Wettierall was in action with a aquadron of French fingates in the MoiamUqas 
Channel in Jane 1810; in the attack of a squadron of French firigates in port S.B. of the Isle of 
Franoe in July 1810. At the attack and conquest of Java in 1811, as Aide-de-camp to M^ior- 
Q saa ra l WetheralL He was appointed a C*B. for hia distinguiahed aerrioaa in the aa p paremi o a 
of the insurrection in Canada. 

69 CokMMl Simpson served in the Pemnaula £rom May 1812 to May 1813, imJuding the lattsr 
pavtofthedataoeof Cadi% and the attack on Seville. Served also the campaifli of 1815, and 

•anc^y wondedalQnatraBraa. He asrred aa aeoond in command to Sir Chadna Kapisr 



Ifar Senneei of the Cotands. 47 

teiqff Am nampajgn agiioat the Itfwmtain and Deaorfc TMbaa rilutad on tb* x|ght bank of tha 
Xodna. early m 1815. 

60 CoUmel Lora aarrad with the 52nd raeiment In the expedition to Sweden under Sir John 
Moore, and afterwarda In Forti^al and Spain, inoluding the adnuioe into Spain, retreat to, and 
battle o^ CoroBna, beaidea the afferent aflSUra on the retreat. Serred afterwards In the Fenin- 



tnla with the Light Dirif ion, indodlng the atorming of Ciadad Bodrifo, and all the affitirs and 
batllea in wliioh the Light DiTision took a part np to 1812. Dorinff uie oainpaign In Holland 
under Lord Lynedoch, he waapreaent at the attiusk on the fortifieciTillage of Merxem, and the 
boBibazdnient of Antwerp. Preaent in the leToral affairs before New Orleans, and in the 
attack on that plaoe, on which occasion he had two horses shot under him, and was slightly 
woimded in the arm by a rifle-baU. Serred also the campaign of 1815, and receiyed four severe 
woonda nt the battle of Waterloo, when the 52nd regiment charged the French Imperial 
Guarda. 

61 Colonel the Hononrable George Anson served the oampugn of 1815 with the Soots 
Fnsilier Gnarda, and waa present at the battle of Waterloo. 

62 Colonel M*Gregor was actively employed In Sidlv and Italy in 1806, indodinff the skir' 
mithea at St Eaphemie, battle of Maida, attack on Boylla Castle, and captare of Catrone. 
Campaign of 1807 in Egypt, induding the attacks in the Desert, and siege of Kosetta. Cam- 
paign in Holland in 1809, indading the attacks and captorea of Ter Vere and Floshiog. Cam- 
pwgns in the Peninsiila during part of 1813 and 14. Capture of Corsica in ifiiy 1814. 
Woanded throngh the right showder by a mnsket-shot at the battle of Maida. 

63 Colonel Lane servd with the 15th Hussars during the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, In 
the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

64 Sir Bobert Nickle served with the 88th in the action of the 2nd July 1807, before Baenoa 
Ayrea; volonteered and led the Forlorn Hope on the 5th July, and was verv severely wounded, 
and his party all either killed or wounded. Served, with the exception oi about five months» 
during the whole of the Peninsular war from 1809 to the embarkation of his regiment, the 88th, 
in 1814, at Bourdeanx for North America, induding the passage of the Douro, battles of 
Talavera and Biuaco, second sleffe of Badajoz, the retreat and advance of the army to and from 
the Lines at Torres Vedras, batSe of Vittoria, sortie from Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees, 
Kivelle, Nlre, and Orthos, actions of Yic Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse (vexy 
severely wounded), independent of a great many skirmishes of advanced and outposts. Served 
afterwards in the American war in the affair of Plattsburg, where he led the advance across the 
Sarinao Biver, and waa wounded. Upon tiie breaking out of the insurrection in British North 
America in the winter of 1837, Sir Bobert Nickle volunteered his services there. Hedal for 
the battle of Nivelle. 

65 Colonel Stawell served with the Walcberen ezpeditton, and aubsequently in tha Peninanln 
from 181 1 to 1814, indudinff the siecea of Cindad Bodrigo and Badges, the cavalry aflhir of La 
Bena, deatrnetion of ttie bridge of .^Jmarai, battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of Ban Sebaa- 
tian. Served also at Waterloo. 

66 Sir Bichard England served at the siege and capture of Flushing in 1809; and snbaequent* 
ly on the Staff of the Adjutant -General imh the army In Sidly in 1810. He waa employed 
in all the operations of the Caffre war on the eastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope in 1835 
and 36; ana he commanded a division of the army in Sdnde and in Affghaniatan in 1841 and 
42, and was engaged in several affairs with the enemy in the advance by the Bombay cdumn, 
and In ita retreat from Candahar. 

67 Colonel Macintosh served in the Peninsula with the 3rd Dragoon Gnarda from Augnat 
1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Madrid to Sahunanoa» and action 
at Alba de Tormes, retreat to Ciudad Bodrigo, and action at SanMunos, paasage of the Tormea 
above Salamanca, and attack on the French rear-guard under Gkneral Vilfate, action at Honnasa 
before Bmgos, battle of Vittoria. investment of Pampeluna, action at Tarbea, attack on the 
French cavalry rear-guard at St. Gaudens, and battle of Toulouse. 

63 Lord Hotham served in Uie Peninsula with the Coldstream Guarda from April 1812 to 
F^b. 1814, with the exception of a short absence in conseqnenoe of a wound reodved at the 
battle of Salamanca. Served alao the campaign of 1815, and was preaent at the battle of 
Waterloo. 

69 Colonel Madox served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and waa present aft 
fbe battle of Watsrioo. 

69* Colond Everard's senrices:— Expedition to South America, including taking of Maldona*> 
do; actions previous to, and assault of Monte Video, where he commanded the Forlorn Hope. 
Campaign and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walchpren, and siege of Flushing. Com- 
Bumded 14tii regt at the siege of Hattras, 1817. Commanded Hank Battalion in thelcam- 
paigna of 1817 Sad 18, under Lord Haatings. Commanded 14th Begt. at the dege and aasaolt 
of Bhnrtoore, 1826. 

70 Colonel Biashonp's services:— Campaign and battle of Conmna; expedition to Waloheren; 
<nin p ajgn In the aoutn of France; capture of Bhurtpore in 1826. 

71 Colonel EUia aerved the campalgna of 1812, IS, 14, and 15, with the Grenadier Gnarda» 
and waa present at the defence of Cfadia, action of Ssn Munos, paaaage of tha Bidaasoat batUct 
Qf1l»Nlf«ib,l!nve,beforoBayonne,QttatreBraa,andWalerioo. Severdy oonftnsed al Quatxe 
Bna» and aererdy womded at Waterloo. 

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48 WarSefweso/thBCoi(ma$. 

75 Coknel Higgina MrT«d in Irdand dadng the BabdU<m fa^ la 1806 h« WM ■» Ika 
luding And taking of Maldonndo, in Sonth Amerios $ at the aflair of San Carioa, fa& wUoh le 
was alighUy wooMcd, and had hia hone shot; alao at the ai«ge and taking of Ifonte Videow 

73 Sir Wm. Bobert Clayton aooomnanied his regiment* the Bojal Sone Goarda, to tha 
Peninfida in Oct 1813, and oomnuMided a sqaadren at the battles of Vittoria» the P^yronees, aad 
at the period when Mamhal Soolt attempted to relieye Pampelnna. In 1816 i^ain aeooaapanied 
his regiment to the Netherlands, and was at the battles of Qoatre Bras. Gkaapp^and Wntsdoo^ 

76 Colonel Macadam Unded in Portueal 1st Aog. 1808 ivith the 9th« and semd thfongho^ 
the whole of the PenintnUr war, inolading the battles of Boleia and Vimierai passage of thi 
Donro, defence of Tarifa, affiurs on the retreat from Burgos in 1812, siege and stormiiig of Ssa 
Sebastian (twice wounded, and commanded the false attauc on the breach on the night of the 
29th of AugOf pa&sages of the Bidasioa (sbot throogh the bodv) and Adour, scTeral ai&irs ooor 
nected with the investment of Bayonne, and also the repttlse or the sortie, besides a Tariety of 
minor afbirs, and other desultory services during the Peninsular war. Prooeeded to Canada 
with hia regiment, and served the campaign ot 1814. 

76 Colonel Hon. G. Cathcart served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Qermany« aa Aide-de- 
camp to Lord Cathcart, and was engaged at Lutzen 3rd May, Baatnn 20th and 21at May, 
Dresden 28th August, Leiosic 16th, ISth, and 19th October 18IS, Brienne 1st Febmaiy, Bar- 
sur^Anbe, Areis 21 at Marco, and Fere Cbampanoise 25th March 1814. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815, as Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the bettlsa of 
Qoatre Bras and Waterloo. 

77 Colonel Spink served with the Light Company of the 12th in several actions in the Xra- 
ranoore war. East Indies. Severely wounded tbroush the leg when leading a night attack 
against the enemy's position at St. Mar/, in the island of Bourlx»n. Present SM> at the oapturs 
off the Isle of France, his company forming the advance on landing, and repeated])/ engaged 
previous to its capture. 

78 Colonel Mansel served with the 10th in the Mediterranean; subsequently with the Midin 
the Peninsula, and was severely wounded at the battle of Toulouse. 

79 Colonel Dobbin served with the 19th in the Travancore war in 1809; at the eeptsie ef 
the Kandian territories in Ceylon in 1815, Also actively employed at the head of the Grena- 
dier company throughout the Kandian campaign of 1818, and received the thanks of Sir Bobsit 
Brownrigfe on three oocasions in geneial orders, for a series of services against the insurgents. 

80 Cuionel John Drummond served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guarda teas JsAi 
1813 to the end of that war in 1814. 

61 Colonel Melville Browne served as Aide-de-eamp to Sir Brent Spenoer in the battlsa ol 
Boleia, Vimiera, Busaoo, Fuentes d'Onor, and the difierent affairs during the retreat of Mssssai 
from PortugaL Served also at the sisge of Flashing in 1809, as Aide-de-camp to OeMral 
Gore Browne. 

32 Colonel Freeth served in the Peninsula and France firom May 1809 to Jan. 1814» nnd was 
present at the following actions and sieges; vix.: — ^Fuentes d*Onor, capture of Ciidad Bodrige 
and Baditfos, battles ofSalamanca, Burgos, Vittoria, and Pyrenees, near Pamplona. 

83 Colonel James Fleming served in IniUa, Bourbon, and at the capture of the Isle of France. 

84 Colonel Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grenadier Guards, from March 1813 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the NivaUe^ and 
investment of Bayonnsb Served also the campaign of 18 IS* and was present at the batike of 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo^ and taking of Peronne. 

86 Colonel Byam served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 15, including the battlee e£ Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, Orthes, and Waterloo^ beddea minor affiura. Severe]^ woanded by a grape- 
ahot while carrying the regimental colour of the 38th at Salamanca, wad slightly wonnded at 
Waterloo. 

88 Colonel Prendergast served in the P^iinsula with the Scots Fosilier Goards from Dea 
1811 to Muroh 1814, and was present at the battle of Salamanca, capture of Madridi smge of 
Burgoa and retreat from thence, affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria aieges of Badjijoa and San 
Sebaatian, attack at Sl Jean de Luz, battle of the Nite, paasage of the Adour* inveatasent ef 
Bayonne, siege of the Citadel, and repulse of the sortie. 

90 Colonel Drake served with the army on the Elbe, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 and 8; 
in Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moor^ 1808«9 ; with the eypedition to Walcherea in 
1809; in the Peninsula in 1810 and 11, as Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spenceri and In 1312 and 
13 on the Staff uf the Qaartfer-Maeter^ General in the Peninsula. 

91 Sir Jubn Bowlaad Suatace servi^d in Upper Canada the canpaigns of 1813 and 1814, 
inoommand o(' a troop of the 19th Light Dragoons attached to the division of the army under 
the immtdiate oommand of General Sir Gordon Drummond, and was engaged in tl!e battle 
of Landv's Lane near the Falls of Niagara on the 23d of July 1844, and commanded the whole of 
the cavalry outposts and piquets during the sie^, was present at the storming of Fort Xrie^ 
and had the honour to be pereonaliy mentioned m the graaral orders of 1814 upon thrse di&rent 
occasions. Accompanied the lat battalion of the Grenadier Guards to Lower Canada in 183^ 
and was prascnt with his Mgiaaent in the advanoe upon Napiervill% and in the anheeqvant por- 
•nit of the insnigcnts. 

92 ColciMi Stisted served ia the PsalBfiib with the M Bi^al fingogaib t^ 

te end of thnt war hi 1814. 



WatSermeioftkiCobmli, 49 

93 Sir Uwvd Cast jdned the Date of WeDington** aniy pdM to the ftdfvioo from Por- 
tugal hk 1811, md oofttuiiMd wtth it tip to tbo Mmtonments on the Adonr in 181S, hatine boon 
preoent with the 14th lisht DrupoonB at the battlM of Faentea d'Onor, BalMumea, YStoitei 
Iho Pyre&Mf, Niveile, ana Niro, mTettm«nt of Ciadad Bodrigo, dege of Badijos, andgenflralljr 
in all tbo afi^n of that period, until he quitted the Dake's arm/ on promotion. 

94 Oolonel Daly senred with the 84th on the expedition to Egyot in 1801. In April 1805 
he embarked with the 58th regt for Bombay, and ne eommandea ftmr oompanlee of the Ind 
batlaHofi employed in 1809, with a diyition in the field under Colonel Walker, at the ttorming 
of M«Uia» and at the rednotlon of other ForU in the Kattiwar Distrlet. 

95 Cokmel Salwey eerred the eampaicns of 1818 and 14, with the Coldstream Ghiardi, and 
was preeent at nearly all the actions in ue Pyrenees, the oroesing of the Bidassoa, oaptnre of 
St. Jean de Lob, battle of the Nlrelle, heights of Bidart, crossing the Adonr, investment of 
Bayrmne, and rv^pnlse of the sortie* 

9« Colonel Dwyer served on the Staff of the late Marqnis of Hastings, Commander-in-Chief 
in India, and wes present during the Nepanl war, at the rednotion of the ProTinee of Kimaoott, 
and the stormfng of Almorab. He senred also thronghont the Pindarree war on the Btaff, 
when he had eharge of the communications of the comlSned armies. 

97 Sir HeniT Wvatt served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, with the 1st Life Qnards, and wm 
present at the battle of Tonlonse, and oaptore of Paris. 

98 Colonel Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 24th, from June 1809 to June 1813, in- 
cluding the action at Fos d'Arouoe, battle of Bosaco, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, on Srd and 5th 
^ey, siege of Cindad Bodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoz, battle of Salamanoa, capture of 
Madrid, and siege of Burgos, where he was at the taking of the Horn Work, 19th Sept.; and 
he led the storming party to the breach formed by the mine on the 4th Get Employed in 
tha Held fhrooghoiit the whole of the Kandian rebeUion in Ceylon in 1817 and 18, as Aide-de- 
camp to the Commander of the Forces. 

99 C^nel Roberts served in the Peninsula from May 1810 to Oct 1812, and again firom 
May 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of Cadis, battle of Barrosa^ and 
eaptare of Seville. Medal for Barrosa, having commanded a field battery. 

100 Sir Henry Fairfax served in the Peninsula with the Bifle Brigade in 1812, on the retreat 
from Miadrid, and in the ailair of San Munos. 

101 Colonel Yandeleur served in the Peninsula* France, and Flanders, and was severely 
wounded at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor. 

102 Lord Howden served as Aide-de-camp to his Grace the Duke of Wellington during the 
years 1817 and 18, to the close of the occupation in France. Employed by Government on a 
epedal mission, and was present at the battle of Navarin In 1827 (wounded, and mentioned in 
Oommander>ln-chiers despatch); siege of Antwerp in 1882 (wounded); campaign in Spain, In 
Navarre and Basque Provinces, in 1834. 

103 Colonel Douglas served at the oaptnre of the Danish and Swedish West India Islands in 
IBOl. On the ezp^tion to the north of Germany in 1805 and 6. Peninsular campaigns firom 
Feb. 1812 to March 1814, indoding the battles of Sahunanca, Vlttoria, and the Pyrenees (27th 
to Slat July); siege of San Sebastian from 24th Aug. to the 8th Sept, and battle of Nivelle. 
He has received a cross for Salamanca, Vlttoria, Pyrenees, and KlveUe, having commanded a 
field battery. 

105 Oolonel Charies Stuart Campbell served in Egypt with the 26th in 1801 ; in Portugal and 
Spain in 1808-9, IneludiDg the battle of Corunna, where he commanded the piquets of his brigade. 
Expedition to Waloheren and siege of Flushing in 1809. Served also in the Peninsula from 
1811 tol8I4, and commanded the 3rd Portuguese Begt at the battle of Vlttoria, as also at the 
siege and assanlt of San Sebastian — severely wounded in ^e thigh at the assault, the ball still 
remaining. Medal and a clasp. 

l06^'C!Monel Dogald Campbell served at the Ferrol in 1800; in Ejrypt In 1801, Indinding the 
batdea of the 8th, 13th, and 2l8t March (wounded). Served again in Egypt in 1807, including 
the bombardment of Bosetta. Present at the battle of Maido, 4th July 1806. Also at the cap- 
ture of the island* of Ischia and Frooida in 1809 Medal for services in Egypt 

108 Colonel Armytage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards firom March 
to Jaly 1814. 

109 Colonel Clerke senred with the old 94(h at the defence of Cadia, and also until the retreat 
frt>m Saotarem was closed at Fuentes d'Ooor, having been present in the actions of Redinha, 
Condeixa, Fox d*Arouce, and SabueaL Joined the 77th (auo in the Peninsula) on promotion, 
and served with it In the action of £1 Bodon, sieges and assaults of Cindad Bodrigo and B^a- 
Jos, indnding the atorming of Fort Picurina. Severely wounded in the leg at the storming of 
the cattle of Badajoi. 

110 Colonel Wallace served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the batUe of Waterloo. 

1 1 1 Sir James Schoedde served the Seyptian campaign of 1801. Served also in the Peninsula 
from 1808 to the end of the war. Including the battles of Boleia, Vimiera, Talavera, Busaoo, 
Fuentes d*Onor, sieges of Ciadad Bodrigo and Badi^os, battlea of Salamanca, Vlttoria, Pyre- 
nees, MiveUe, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides numerous minor actions and skirmishes. 
Medal for Nivelle. Commanded a brigade in China at the attack and oapture of Chapoo^ 
Wooaoag, Shanghai, and Chin Elang Foo. 

112 ColoDel Clarke Kennedy served in the Peninrala from Sept. 1809 to Sept 1813,iiioladSiig 

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tlie batdei of Foeniet dfQnor tad VHtorift, beiite ntfkrai aflUrt of oH^oitii fMCivdl ftvo 
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D'Erlon't com aS Waterioo, perodTing an iBagla to the Utt, ha ehanM tha dbwsliim of hh 
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105(h French Begiment of Infiuitry, and is now depoeited at GhelMa HbipitaL 

114 Ckkbnel (Saigle Mrred the eempaign of 1814 in HoUaad, faeMing the aMaeki oa 
Merzem, and hombardment of Antwerpw Serred also in Chin% and coounandsd a oolaBn at 
Affloy, Chnsan, and Chfaihae. 

115 Colonel Morris senred in the Asuerican war with the 49ih, and was present al tha varioai 
operations at Fort Geoige, and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Plattsbnrg. AqeosByaairf 
the regiment on the China ezpediUon, and commanded a brigade at the storming andcaptore of 
the heights aboTe Canton, for which senrice he was made a C.B, Commanded a brieaA at the 
attack and capture of the city of Amoy, and at the second capture of Cfausan. OommanM 
the centre column of attack at the capture of the heights of Chintiae. Commanded ^e Ibree it 
Kingpo, and repulsed the enemy with great slaughter in their attack on that oitT. Oommaadid 
a brigade at the attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Segoaa, 
at the attack and capture of the city of Chapoo» and at the attack and eaptnre of the enemy^ 
poaition at Wooanng: 

116 Colonel Boldero serred with the Grenadier Gnaids al Cadii in 1810 and lit hi the 
Peninsula in 1812 and 13; in Holland in 1814; and the campaign of 1815, in which ha serrsd 
as Adjutant at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, ana at the taking of Fieroaae. 

117 The Hon. Colonel Ashbnmham commanded a brigade of the Army of the Sntlij (Medal) 
at the battles of Ferozeshah and Sobrson. 

118 Colonel Cureton serred in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, and was pr»> 
sent wiUi the 14th Light Dragoons in the many actions and skirmishes that gallant ooipa wai 
engaged in, including the battles of Talarera, Busaoo, and Fnentes d'Onor i siege of Bad«ios in 
April 1812 ; battle m Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and battle of Vittoria. He snrrea vilk 
the 40th at Orihes, Tarbes, and Toulouse. He was wounded in the right leg by a rifle ball la 
crosainf the Mondeffo, near Coimbra, lit Oct 1810; receired a soTere saSre cut on (he hntd 
(skuU fractured), and another on the left ban4 at Fnentes d*Onor, 5th May 1811. He accom- 
panied the 16th Lancers to India in 1822, and was present at the siege and capture of Bbw^ 
pore, in 1825-6. Served as Attiatant Adjutant-General of CsTslry in the campaign in Af^hao- 
Istaa under Lord Keane in 1839 aod 40, and was present at the assault and capture of Ghiianss 
(Medal), — was specially selected to command the adranoe column of the army on ita rents 
ihrougk the Bolan Pass and entrance into Affghanistan ; and was also selected to oomasnd a 
force of cavalry detached in adranoe of the army, to aeiae the enemy's guns aed secure poasee- 
slon of the citadel of Cabool, in Aug. 1839, which he accomplished. C^manded a brigade «f 
cavalry in the action of Maharajpore on the 29th Dea 1843 (Medal), for whioh he was appdaMd 
a C.B, He again commanded a brieade of cavalry in the campaign on the Sutlej, and was en- 
gaged in the battles of Buddiwal, AUwal, and Solvaon : in the two former he eoonnanded Ihs 
whole of the cavalry. 

119 Colonel Brock served in the Ptalnsula with the 43rd Light Infiuitry horn Ang. to Kav. 
1808, June to Dec 1811, and from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war hi 1814, tootoding the 
battles of Vimiera and Vittoria, action at Vera, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivells 
and the STive, actions at Arcangues and Tarbes, batUe of Toulouie, and various skirmishes sad 
affairs of outposts. Also in the attack on New Orleans; and afterwards at the capture of IMa 
Served in the Coofg campaign in India; where a portion of his regiment (tha 48th) bore aeo^ 
spicuous and distinguiihed part Severely wounded at the battle of Vimiera by a BMiakel^ahot* 
which passed completely through the ankle-bone, which it shattered most severaly. 

121 Colonel Beed served at the siege of Flushing in 1809; and in the Peninsnia h^m Jnas 
1811 to March 1814, including the acUons at, and heights above, Moresco, battle of Salamapn, 
capture of Madrid and the &tiro, action at Olmas, and battle of Vittoria, where he was se- 
verely wounded in the right shoulder. 

122 Colonel James Jones served with the 22nd Light Dragoons In the Cast Indfet, in 1802, 3, 
and 4, and in the Peninsula with the 87th regt. and on the staff from 1809 to 1814, and wm 
wounded at Talavera. 

123 Colonel Taynton served in Ireland during the BebelRon in 1798. In 1801 ho was at Ihs 
capture of the Danish Islands, and Island of St Martin in the West Indies. In 1808 at ths 
attack and capture of St Lucia and storming of the fortress of Mome FVnrtnntet ■I'o •& ths 
attack and capUire of Tobago. Served on the staff of General Maitland al the attaok md 
npture of the JDutdh colony of Surinam. In 1807, he was at tike second eaplare of the DaalA 
West India Ishuids; in 1809 at the attack snd capture of MarUniqne, teelnding the aiege of 
Fort Bourbon; also at the attack and capture of the Saintes lalands. From 1811 to 1818 he 
served in Sicily, and was employed as acting Deputy-A^tant-Gvwral, and lonatlaa «t the 
liead of the Department 

124 Colonel CarWon served with the 68tk fai the Nepaol war under 8ir David O&httfteay. 

125 Gokmal Tnffind Mtvad in the Peninsula, and was present al the hattha Of Thli««a 
(wounded), Albohen, Boaaook Yttloria, tha Pjrxwtet, the NivaDe, tiie llit«^ OrtNai «nd Too- 



W0t SenifiiB oftU C^lwb. 51 

aatiCcllinl Qmsftfi Tvt9f wrrvd in CiUMi wiHi «ie SOtb. tnd was pMcofc al Oie 
Ulllpof Hijda. Sflf«B4 alMin tU Penixifiila from Jily 1808 to Hoir. 18D9,aiia tgaiD from 
Obt. 1812 KMlitt end of ^at w«r m 1814, inclnduif the IwtUes of Yunier^ Talavera, Yittorw, 
Aftdtktt PpMMtt <a$Ui Js^ to 2nd Angatt>» nege of San Sebactum, battles of the KWelle, the 
KiTe (9th to 13th Bee.), and Orthea. 

W ColonfA Angelo aerred with the expedition to I<g7pt in 1807; on the ceaitof Cala- 
hria^in i^OS^ with the esBcdition to Waleheren in 1809; with the army to Catalonia in 1812 
and 13^ «a an A aaiatant- Adj atant- General. Attached to the Anatrian army, and acted aa Aide- 
da I Campi to Majo^Qeaer at Ck>ant Hggeat in the campaign againtt the Viceroy of Italy; present 
at the awnrand eaptare of Trieate^ CattarOi and Bagoaa, and in Tariona lenricea in the Adriatic. 

129 Cmofl XintoB aenred the eampaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and waa present at 
Iba baltia •! WaterJoob 

lao Ookmel Cotoi awTed in Sonth America with the 14th in 1807, inckdizig the operationa 
frariowa ta, and storming of, Monte Video. Serred afterwarda in the Peninsula from Aug. 
1806 l» J^T. 1811, and Main from April 1813 to the end of that war in 1814; present with the 
40ih al tibe battles of Boteia, Vimiera, and TalaTcra; with the 4th Dragoona at Boaaco, Albn« 
heia, and Usagrai and with the 12th liight Dragoons at the passage of the Bidaasoa, the Kiye, 
and the Adonr. 

131 Sir Madmel Craagk aeoompaaiad the expedition onder Sir David Burd to the Cape of 
Gaod Hape in 1806, womided in the action of^the Blue Berg^ was desperately wounded by a 
eaanon-diiat in the left shonlder (which killed six of his men) at the attack on Bourbon in 
ISIQ; aamd in ^ Mahratta war, and during the Pindarree war of 1817 and 18. Conunanded 
a strong detachment during that harasaing war in the interior of Ceylon in 1819, when out of 
the flaw aon^aniea of the regiment (200 strong) only 47 returned to the coast Sir H. has 
•earad with his regiment in all quarters of the globe. 

132 Colonel Kden aerred the campaign in Jara in 181 1 with the 22nd light Dragoons, includ- 
ing tha aationa of the 10th and 86th Aug. Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Hblop at the battle 
of Haheidpora, and daring the Mahratta war in 1817 and 18. 

183 Celottal Story served in the Peninsula with the Srd Dragoon Guards from Aug. 1809 to 
tha aaMl of that war in 1814, including the battle of Bosaco^ actions of Bedinha, Campo Miiyor, 
and Xioa Santos, aiage of Badajos, battle of Albuhera, action of XTaagre, aiegea of Ciudad Bod- 
rigo and Badijoa» action near Salamanca on the 26th May 1813, baule of Yittoria, blockade of 
Pamyalnna, and bsAtla of Toulouae. 

194 Cofenel Praaer aerred the campaign of 1815 with the 42nd, and was at the battles of 
QoalaaBfaa (aUghtly wounded), and at Waterloo (severely wounded). 

i3& Colonel Shea served the early part of the campaign of 1809 in Portugal; and the latter 
and of M09 and the years 1810 and U with the Sioiiian army. Served uso the Peninsular 
aampaipia^rf 1812» 13, and 14, with the Portugneae army. 

136^ Oi4onal Hartley aerved in the Peninsula with the 57th from Aug. 1813 to the end of that 
war lit 1814»-and waa pvaaent at the battle of Nivelle. Served after warda in Belgium. 

137 Colonel Cheater aerved in Holland in 1799, and waa preaent in the action near Bergen, 
Snd OaL fieavad alao the campaign of 1806-9 in Spam, induding the actiona at Benevente, 
TiUn Vranoa, and Lv^io, and retreat to Corunna. 

138 Gdonel Qeddea aerved with the 27 th in Calabria in 1806; at the capture of the island 
oC Paoeidn in 1809 1 in Sicily in 1810; and aubaequentlv in the Peninsula, including the battles 
aC tka Nivalla» the Nive» Orthes, and Toulouse, at which last he received a serere wound which 
faraka tkalefl thigh-bone near the hip joint. 

Iftt Ottoisl Qiimonr aerved at the capture of lachia, Zante, and Cephalonia, in 1809; and of 
Santa M«nm fin 1810. Served afterwaida on the eastern coast of Spain, and waa present at 
abn kaftVr of CaafcaUa ; engaged with the enemy on aeveral occasiona covering the retreat; and 
fpt a nid in the batteries against Tarragona, After leaving Spain he went to Genoa, under 
Itfvd Was. Bentinok. 

140 Colonel Lealie aerved with the 29ih on the secret expedition under Sir Brent Spencer, 
and aidMaqBantly in tiie Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to De& 1811, and a^ain from Feb. 1813, 
Inaladiag the battlsa of Boleia and Vimiera, capture of Oporto, battle ofTalavera, first dese 
of Bddi^s, and battle of Albuhera, beaidea shirmishea and affiraya at outposts. At the batUa 
«f lUavem ha was severely wounded in the right leg, where the ball still remains. 

141 Colonel Wohriga was preaent at the attack on New Orleans on the 8tb Jan. 1815. 

148 Colonel George E. Jonea served with the expedition to South America, in 1807 ; at the 
.aaptasaaf the Isle of Prance, in 1810. Served also in Ava, and commanded the 89th in the 
gtnaral nation and attack of the eneiny's entrenched lines before Kaogoon, 7th December 24. 

143 Cokmal Peraaa aerved in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, and waa se- 
vcnly wwmdsd by a musket shot in the action of the lOUi Dec. 1813, near Bayonne. In Aug. 
1614k kn — bf*fc«i for America as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Keane, and waa preaent at Kew 
Orlaana. At the siege and capture of Bhurtpore by Lord Combermere, he commanded the ra- 
gimnalf and alao dnriag ttia oanpalgn in A^*»"*****" mder Lord Keane, inolnding the tiege 
■ad aaftava of Gkninaa, Ibr wUdn ha has received a medaL 

144 CVtaKl BadkiHtk Mrvad in tho PeDinsnla with the 1601 Light DragooM 



62—56 War Servkes of the ColoneU. 

to lh« end of fliat wtr In 1814, indndJng the battle of the mveD^ ud batOet of tibe IRfe on 
the 9th and 10th Deo. Serred alio the caapaign of 1816, and waa preaeni at the refaeal on 
the 17th Jnne and at the battle of Waterloo. 

145 Colonel Bobertaon aerved with the S5lh at the taUng of Madehra in 1807 1 at thn oi^tme 
of Oaadaloupe in 1810, and again in 1815. 

146 Colonel Bobinaon aenred with the 48th in the Peninrala from Jane 1809 to Oelober 1613, 
inclnding the battlea of Talarera and Botaoo, Linee at Torree Vedraa, purtnit ot MaaMoa, 
aotioB at Canpo Mayor, airge of Ciudad Bodrigo, al«c« and atorming of Badajoi (ahot through 
the left arm at the aaaault, 6th April 1812) i battle of Balamanoa, retreat from Madrid, battka 
of Vlttoria and the Pyreneea (aeTereljr wounded, left leg fraotnrcd), 28th July 1818. 

147 Colonel Maelean aerred with the 13th Light Dragoona in ever/ action and aflUr ta 
which it waa enf^aged in the Peninanla, from Deo. 1810 until wonnded and taken prieoner at 
Cottchea, ISth March 1814. Waa preaent with hia regiment daring the Waterloo eampaign; 
engaged in command of the rear-guard for the brigade on the 7 th Jane, and throughout the 
action on the 18th. Accompanied the ISth Dragoona to India in Feb. 1819 { waa employed hi 
command of a caralrv brigMJe with the field force at the reduction of Komod, aiul aerted 
uninterruptedly with hia regiment for twenty -two yeara, when he returned with U to fingland, and 
waa placed on half pay aa 2nd Lieut -ColoneL 

148 Colonel OaiAer aerred in the Peninanla with the 5Snd from Not. 1811 to the end of that 
war in 1814, including the aleee and asaault of Badajos, battlea of Vittoria, Paaa of Vera, the 
KiTelle, the Nire, Orthea, andToulouae, beaidea Tarioua minor affaire. Serred alao the earn* 
paiirn of 1815, and waa preaent at the battle of Waterloo. Wounded below the right knee by 
a mnake^ahot at the atorming of Badajoi, and in the neck by a musket- ahot at San Mnnoe. 

149 Colonel Kettlewell aer?ed at Copenhagen in 1807; and in Ceylon during the HebellioD, 
in 1817 and 18. 

150 Colonel BaU aerred in the Peninanla with the 34th, from June 1809 to Nor. I81S, hi- 
eluding the battlea of Buaaeo and Albohera, aiege of Badajoi in May 1811, actiona at Arroyo 
de Molino and Almarax, battle of Vittoria (wounded in the head), and aotlona at the Paaa of 
Maya (aeverely wounded in the left leg). 

151 Colonel Cox aerred in the 9Sth Blfie Brigade at Copenhagen, and waa nreaent at aome 
akirmishea near that city, and afterwards in the action of Kioge. He aerred atUrwaide in the 
Peninsula firom Uie landing at Mondego Bay in 1808, to the end of the war at Toniooae, la- 
eluding akirmiah at Obidaa, battlea of Boleia and Vimiera, retreat to Comnna, Qeneral Cmw* 
ford a march to Talatera, action at St Milan, battlee of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nitei 



of the Bidaaaoa, battle of Orthea, and Tarbea. 8e?erely wounded in the right leg by a moaket- 
ahot at Vittoriai in the left aide at Nitelle; and Min in the right leg at Tarbea. He com- 
manded a difiaion under Sir Benjamin DUrban during the Csifre war at the Cape of Qoed 
Hope in 1835. Subeequentlv he waa employed on particular lerrlee in Canada for fiva yaaii 
dming both Bebelliona, and la now employed on the StaiT in Ireland. 

152 Colonel Croker aerred in the Eaat Indiea from 1804 to 1824, includbg the airge of Our- 
nowri, 1807 ; campaign againat the Seika, 1808 and 9; campaign againat the Ncpaul Statea, 1814 
and 15; campaign againat Mahrattaa and Pindareea, 1817 and 18. ComoMnded the 17th ivgi- 
ment during the whole of the campaign in AiTghanistan and Belooehiatany inchiding the storm 
and capture of the fortresaea of Ghesnee ai^d Kbelat. Colonel Croker arrifed in Bombay in 
command of the 17th re^ment, in May 1836, being a aolitary inatanoe la the Britiah army of 
an officer landing in the East Indiea twice in the aame ctrps, 

153 Colonel Tumor aerred in Hanover with the 14th, in 1805 and 6. The caoipaign of 
1808-9, including the batile of Comnna. On the expedition to Waloheran, and at the aiege of 
FJushioK in 1809. Alao the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

154 Colonel Falls serred with the 20th on the expedition to Naplee with the Bogliah and 
Buasian army in 1805. He waspreaent at the battle of Maida in 1806; at the battle of Cennuia 
in 1809; on the expedition to Walcheren the same year; aubscqutntly in the Peninanla, at the 
battle of the Pireneea, at RoncesTallea, and Pampeluna (sererely wounded), battlea of the 
Nirelle, and Ortnea. Served afterwarda on the expedition to Waahington, la 1831 he waa 
wounded in the riota at Merthyr Tydrill» in South Walea, 



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War Services of the Lieutenant^ CoIoneUm 

1 Lieut-Colonel West serred in Holland from Not. 1794 to Mav 1796, «ad mm 
(he French AtUcked the British sfter crossing the Waal, and the diffBMnt affiuN in vhkdi^ hM 
Tegiment (the 3rd Goards) was engsged^i also the campaign of 1799 In HoUiii4 mdudm^4im 
action at the landing, and those of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th 6ept^ and Und of Oot* SarvsA 
the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and was emplojed in all the affkars after the landtma on to tkm 
surrender of Alezanfiia. Proceeded with tne expedition to Hanovei in 180^ i ta Zaabkid im 
1807, and was present at the siege and surrender of Copenhagen. Embarked for tba Feoiaidb 
in 1808, and was present at the passage of the Dooro and captore of Oporto, aetkA al flahc 
monde, battle of Talavera, and Tarious minor affairs. ReceiTed a bajronei wonnd in tha tU|^ 
in a skirmish, on the 2nd October 1799 1 and in a subsequent affair he waa twice lavtrely^ 
wounded,— on the left shoulder joint by a sabre cut, and on the right aide br slng^sholk 

2 Lieut-Colonel Henry Le Blanc served in South America in 1806, and lost a leg* 

3 Lieut-Colonel Milaes commanded a detachment of the 10th, doing marine datj cm boai4 
H. M.S. /m» in the North Sea, in 1795. Accompanied the £z|MditiQn from India to Eigypt 
under Sir David B&ird, in 1801. Employed with a detachment m Ceylon daring the war with 
Kandy. Served with the 75th at the siege of Bbortpore in 1805, and was engaged cft ihrea 
different assaults upon that fortress. Accompanied the 65th on the Expedition lo the Persiaa 
Oulf in 1809; commanded the light division at the landing and attack on Raa-elpKhymai eoMH 
manded the storminff party at the capture of Fort Schenass. Commanded the 65ih aft tfaa cap" 
tnre of the Isle of France in 1810; b1so» on service in Katiywar in 1812, and was eaaployad 
against Nownugghur. Commanded a brigade in Guaerat in 1814 and part of 16 L5; in JSmmj^ 
war and Cutch ia 1815 and 16; and in the Decoan war in 1817 and 18, conmiaaded a dtvi a i oB 
of the army against the Peishwa, near Poena, 16th Nov. 1817, crosted the riter MootuMoohs 
in the evening of that day, the progrem of his division being obstinately oppased, bal wkhottft 
effiBct, by the united force of His Highness's artillery, cavalry, and infantry, afber whith th« 
enemy retired, leaving a great part of his camp standing, and considerable quantities cf ammu- 
nition in the field. 

4 Lieut-Colonel Cooke served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was aevem^ 
wounded at Waterloo. Medal for the assault and capture of San Sebaitian 

5 Lieut-Colonel Mansel served with the 53d in the attack at More Chabot aad the sic^a «f 
Mome Fortun^e in St Lucia in 1796; the whole of the Carib war in 8t Vincent; ai the Kedae* 
tion of Trinidad ; and at the siege of Moro castle in the Island of Porto Rioo in 1797. Butinaad 
from India in the spring of 1811, and joined the 2nd battalion of the 53d in the Pealnanfei 
commanded the light companies of the 6th division throughoat the campaigns of ISli and lH, 
uududinff the skirmish with the enemy's cavalry near Carpiot siegea of Ciodad Bodrigo» Badajea^ 
and the Forts at Sa]a<n*aca, battle of Salamanea (horse snot under himX and sieci of BmrM* 
Commanded a Provisional Battalion, consisting of four companies of the Qaeei^si, and a Uke 
number of the 53d, at the battle of Toulouse. Medal and a masp for Salaamnca aad TankwNu 

6 Lieut-Colonel Halkett served with the 2nd Light lo&ntry Battalion of the King's Qiiinali 
Legion on the expedition to the North of Germany in 1805-6. Landed <m the Island of Hagen 
in July 1807; was employed at the siege of Stralsund, and in August re-embarked at Bagsn 
for Copenhagen, where the battalion formed part of tbe beakging corps. In April 18418 
embarked with Sir John Moore's army for Qottenburg, and from thence to Portugal; belonged 
to the army which entered Spain with Sir John, and afterwards retired through Galbflia. 
Accompanied the expedition to Walcheren, and waa present at the siege of Flushing, In Jan* 
1811 embark<>d for Portugal; commanded the battalion at the battle of Albuhera, and wni aft 



the siege of Bad^jos in 181 1 ; contended the battalion during the campaign of 1819,taalQdittg 
the aiege of the forts at Salamanca, action of the heights of Moresco, battfe of Salamanaa, and 
retreat from Burgoa when the Light Brigade K* G. L. formed the rear-guard with the cavaby. 
and repulaed the repeated charges of the enemy's cavalry. In April 1818 embarked far dm 
North of Germany, and was employed in oiiganizing the Hanoverian troopsf comaumded a 
brigade of the aame in Count Walmoden'a army, and waa engaged at the Imttle of Qoerde, aa 
also on several other occasions. In Jan. 1814 commanded the eentre of the eoi^ wUab 
besieged and captured Gluckstadt Commanded the right of the corpa which was employed 
at the blockade of Harburg. Served also the campaign of 1815, and waa pteaent at the battle 
of Waterloo. Ho has received a medal and one clasp for the batti^ of Alhnhccn and 



7 Lieut*Colonel Manners served in India with the Bombay umy dnring the second Mjaora 
campaign, and waa at Seringapatam and theaie^ of Pondicheny. Served also in the Paaiaaida, 
and waa present at the battfo of Busaco^ portut of Maascna, actions of Fos d'Aronosb Sabogala 
andBl Bodoof oommanded the 74th at the bntae of Fnentea d'Onor and at the slice of ChdM 
Bodrigo,—ooiaaianded the flank companies at the a asa nlt t p r aai p l at the fint alega of Badijoi^ 
and soooeeded to the oonmmnd of the regt at the hMt aiege; pceaent at the battle of SakHnaaan* 
capture of Madrid, and retreat from theaoa. AgaincomoiandedtheKegtatlhabattlaofOirihaa, 
and waa alio pr oa a nt at the battla of Tonloaae. Ha haa raoeivad a afov. 



War Sewices of the LietUemnt'CoUmeb. 80 

8 Ident-Colofiel Hunt aooompuiied the SSnd to the Ferrol, in 1800, and wae preaent in the 
aetion of tbe Heighta. Accompaiiied Sir John Moore aa hia Aide*de-eamp on the expedition to 
Swedan, end eftarwmrde to Portdgilt in 1806, And aerved tliroaghont thai ardnona campaign 
ontil the emherkation of the troope at Conmna. Serred with the 2nd battalion daring the W&- 
flbMB ffl— palgii. in Jan. 18II embarked with the vegt fcr the Peninanla, and waa present in 
thapttnatt«r Ma«ena» notion of Sabogal, battle of Faentea d'Onor, and all the ▼arioas aifiura 
ia wMah tke Igki divialon waa enga^ in that oampaign) dnrmg the laat three nontha of 
ehioh, and at tha afihir near AUayatea, he oonunanded the 9ad battalion. Commanded the lat 
hattaliosatthe alege and aaaaidt of Badajoa, on whloh oeoaaion t&e command of the aecond 
trigaiu «f the light diViaiott derolTed on him: for hia oondoet on thia day he waa promoted to 
the brevet rank of lAeirti-ColoneL Commanded the aane brigade when the army went to repel 
Marahii Ifaraontftom hia pradatory inooraion into Portugal Commanded the firat battelion 
of the Sted throoghoQt theeampaign of 181 S, inelading the battle of Salamanca and action of 
9ia Mvioa. Sarved with the light diriaion daring the operationa of Marahal Soidt to reliere 
Pampeiana. On the 91at Aug. 1813, commanded the rolunteera of the light diriaion at the 
aaaaolt of Son Sebaatian, and waa twice aererely woonded: for hia oondact on thia ooaaaion he 
tma proaa ol ad to an eflbctiTe lieol-Coloneloy in the 60th, Medal and two claapa. 

9 lieat -Colonel Bowan aarred with the 5Sad on the expedition to the Ferrol in 1800; in 
Sknly iir 1806*7$ and with Sir John Moore'a expedition to Sweden, in 1808. Joined the army 
in ruilngul two daya after the battle of Vimiera, and aerred from that period in the reaerre of 
Sir John Moore and in the battle of Cornnna. Appointed Brigade-Major to the light brigade 
taioan oait hw Major- General & Cranfdrd, in 1809, to join the army in Portiml, and waa preaent 
with linB fight dinalon in aeraral affaire near Almeida and at the battle of Boaaoo. In 1811 
ajppoiotad A aaiatant-Adjatant- General to the light diriaion, and waa preaent at the battle of 
Inanlaa d'Onor, aiage nd atorming of Cindad Bodrigo, alege and atorminff of Badajoa, — aVghtly 
woonded at the aaaaolt, and raoeifed the bteret rank of Lient-Colonel for thia aerrioe; battle 
af Salaaaanoa, and ^e Yariona aiEaira in wbioh the light diriaion waa engaged from the middle 
of 1809 to the middle of 1818. Serred alao the oampaign of 1815, and commanded a wing of 
tte 5Sad at the battle of Waterloo, — alightly woonded. Medal and two datpa. 

11 Iileotk-Celonel Harriaon aerredwith the 50th in Coraica in 1795, and waa preaent in 
aereral akirmiahea near Ajacoio. Egyptian campaign of 1801, indnding the actiona of the 8th 
and Slaa March. Captore of Copenhagen in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, inelading the battlea 
of Roleia, Vimiera, and Conmna. At the capture of Waloheren in 1809. Serred afterwarda 
hi the Feninaida, and waa preaent at the battle of Fnentea d'Onor, atorming of Fort Napoleon 
near Ahnaroa^— commanded the right wing of the regt while eacalading the abore fort, for 
whioh be obtained the breret rank of Lieok-ColoneL Preaent at the affidr with the enemy at 
Aba de Toraaaa en the leCreat of the army from Madrid; oonunanded the refft at the repnlae 
ef as attaek at Bejar, p ee aant at the battle of Vittoria; commanded the regt. in the actiona in 
the Fyteneaa on the B6th, 87th, Mth, S9tb, 80th, and Slat Jnly 1818; alao at the battle of Sl 
Picm«nenr BmFonne* action at Aire, battlea of Orthea and Toolooae. Medal and two claapa. 

IS UaaL-CoHniel Cother oorered the landing of the force nader Sir Darid Baird at the Cape 
of OoedHapein 1606; waa preaent in the general action at Bine Berg, and in all the operationa 
that took piaoa amtil the aorrender of the colony. Waa afterwarda embarked on board the 
wqfimAram oadey Star Home Popham, doing doty aa Marinea, daring which period the French 
frigata Lm VobmttifB of 88 gone waa taken. Corered the adraoce of the force nnder General 
Bereaferd ht the radoetlen on the rirer Plate» and waa engaged in erery affair which took place 
aa and in the ridnity of Baenoa Arieai and on the aorrender of that place waa taken priaoner, 
togeAer with the whole foroe, and marehed nearly 1000 milea into the interior. Landed in 
P^wtug al in V99B, and commanded the light oompaniea of the brigade nnder General Fergnaon 
al thetiattlee of Heleia and Vindera; waa afterwarda engaged in erery affair with hia regt (the 
7 let) Q» the retreat to Cornnna and in the action at that place. Landed again in Portugal in 
161 Ir and waa engaged at Arroyo de MoUno, when General Gerard waa aurpriaed, and all hia 
caanan and ISOOartaonera taken. Commanded one of the atorming partiea when the forta at 
Almaaratf^niiie Ti^na were taken, for which he obtained the breret of Lient-Colonel. Com- 
■aBdoft^tiM71atat thebarttle of Vittoria, on which occaaion he recmred three mnaket-balla 
ihioagk faia dothea, one in the aaddle, and waa alao woonded by another. He alao aerred 
eiemn yf an in Caylon, and commanded In the Eaatein Proriocea in the Kandian conntry during 
the TObolUoB In 1618. Medal for Vittoria. 

13 Stv Jnlioa Hartmann aerred with the Hanoretian artillery in the Netherlanda in 1793 and 
My afld won preaent at the battle of Famara, aiego of Valenciennea, battlea of Frizpoede and 
Haodaoote^ defonoe of and aortic from Menin, on which occaaion he waa made a priaoner. 
Otomoaanidad a-tfoop of horae artillery of the King'a German Legion on the expedition to the 
CeMlfcaat ia 1805, onder Lord Cathoart. With the expedition to Gottenbnrg in 1808. Went 
tn JPoMagil avith the army onder Sir John Moore, in command of the artillery K. G. L., and 
ipon ficamlaAthe taking of Oporto, battlea of TUarera and Baaaeo, action of Campo Mayor, 
and taking oC Otiaon^a, Commanded artlUery of the allied army at the battle of Albuhera 
onA 9M -tfia ifctT Of Awoyo de Molino. Fraaent at the aiegea of Badajoa and at the forta of 
flail ■■niiiia nfiiHMindiiil the artUtory of the 4th and 5th dirlaiona at the battle of Salamanca. 
Pjteooiit ftt the tddng of tha Betiro St Madrid} oommiaded the teoerre of artillery at the battle 



81 yfw ServiciM rfthi LkutenonP'OohMb. 

ofViltarifti andtbt AdnuiM to Su S^bifOn t cwmwiiKM tiw artilkry of ilit kft afteokal 
the stogie of thst fortroHi and tbo wtiUery of the kft oolanui ftt tho jpMiMot of tho BidftMo% 
t]ioNtT«U«»UioNiT«kaod(beAdoiir» Mid ilso befort Bijonna. Sir JoUw AMneeirfdacnMi 
and two oUiM. 

U liant-ColoiiBl Bvown lerrod m HolUad in 1794, and was taken priiODtf at the iurrendtf 
of Grafo. Sonred afterwaidt in tha Waat Indiaa with the 60th fipoA the eoouBMieemeBt of 1 79$ 
to Jane 1809, and was present at the oaptnres of St Lnoia and Grenada, the attaofc on Porto 
Bioo, and sorrender of Sorinam. Frooeedsd to the FeninsnU in 1810, ano was attaehed to the 
PortnguBse senrieei present at the battle of Bosaoo and altabk on the forts of Sslamanna; oom- 
manded the 9Ui Cagtdores at the battle of Salamanoa, siege of Burgos (from 19th Sept to 21st 
OotX Uookade of Pempelnna* aotions in the Fyienees near Fanpelana nt» 28th to 30th Jnlj; 
actions near Ordax on the Slit Ang. and 7th Oot^ battles of the Nivelle and NifS and action 
near Bayonae on the 13th Deo. Duiog the above serrioe he was three tinea wonnded. He 
has reostred a eross. 

19 Sir Biohard Chnreh served at the Fentd in 1800; the %7ptian oavpaign of 1801, in- 
ohiding the notions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st Maroh, and taking of Alezandrint Served after- 
wards in Naplee. Sioilv, and CaUbria, and was present at the nettle of Maida, and deCenoe of 
Cepri, at wldoh last he was woonded in the head. At the eaptnre of Ischia in 1809) on th« 
expedition to the Ionian Isles, and at the taking of Zanto and Cephaloaii^ Seveiely wonnded 
in an attack on Stallanra,— left arm shattered by a mosket-shot. 

17 Sb James Malcolm served on board the Channel fleet in the first Amerioan war* In 
action off Oifaraltar in Oct. 1782, nnde^ Lord Howe. Also in Sir John Dnckwovtb's action 
with the French fleet off St. Domingo, on the 6th F«b. 1806, when the whole of the enemy's 
line^f«battle ships were either taken or destroyed, and for which service he was made a Brevet* 
M^er. Jn Jnly 1812 appointed to the command of the 2nd battalion of Boyal Mariaeai and 
served with it in the north of Spain until Jan. 1813. In the spring of that year he went with 
the battalion to America, and served the snmmer campaign of 1813 in the Cbesapeak. In Oct 
was ordered with the battalion to Canada} and, in ooojnnction with 200 of the Canadian Fen- 
eibles. Joined the corps of observation on General Wilkinson's army. In May 18U, he led the 
battalion when they stormed the American fortress of Osw^o. Commanded another battalion 
at the battlse of Bbdenshnv and Baltimore, and in several affairs on the coast, 

18 Lient.-ColoiMl Plenderleath served with the 49th on the expedition to the Baltic, and was 
prasant aft the battle of Copenhagen on the 2od April 1601. Served afterwards in the Amcti- 
can war, and commanded tne regiment in the aotions of Stoney Creek and Cbrystler's Fansb m 
well as in aflbirs of leas imnortaaoe. He was severely wonnded at Stoney CnekiVid he hne 
received a osedal for Chrystler*s Farm. 

19 lient-Colonel Armstrong served with the Light Inlkatry Companies of the Gnards on 
the expedition nnder Sir Byre Cooto to Ostend in 1798. In Angnst 1799 he sailed with the let 
battalion of the Coldstream on the expedition to the Helder, and was present in the diflbaeDt 
aotions whioh took place daring the campaign in North HoUsod. Comosanded the battalion in 
Hanover under Lord Cathcart in 1805-6; abo at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807. 

20 Lieut-Colonel Hawkins served in the Peninsnla with the 68th, and has leoaived nmednl 
and two clasps for the battles of Yittoria* the Pyrenees, and Nivelle. 

22 Lient-Colond Maodonril served in the American war, and has received a medal for the 
action at Cliateaaguay. 

23 Lient-Cok>nel Qaliflb served with the 5th battalion of the 60th throughout the whole of 
the Peninsular War, and was present at the following battlea and sieges, via.i— Roletn 
(wounded), Yimiera, Talavera (woonded), Bnsaco, Fnentee d*Onor, Albohere, Ciudad Bodrigo, 
BadiMoi, Salamanca (severely wounded), Ytttoria (wounded), Pvreneea (28tb July to ted 
Aug.), St. Sebastian, Nivelle, Orthes (wonnded), and Toulouse. He has received a cnoee for 
the battles of Yittoria, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

24 Lieut •Colonel Muttlebury Joined the 55th, then encamped before NimegueB, and a erse d 
the aevere winter campaign ok* 1794*5 in Holland. In Admiral Christian's ileet daring the 
dreedfol galea which proved fatal to so large a proportion of ships i after which In vaa ppaeunt 
at the taUng of St Lucia, where he was employed eleven months aMinst the Brigandsi during 
whioh period the 55th lost 25 officers and upwards of 600 men. Served wifth the rssariu of 
the ermy under Sir Balph Aberoromby at the Helder in 1799. In November 1818 embarked 
with the 2nd battalion of the 69th for Holland, and was preeent at the bombardment of the 
French fleet at Antwerp and the storminc of Bsrgen*op-Zoom,— for his eoodoct at the latter, 
although made prisoner, he was honoured with the brevet.rank of L«entaianfe>CctoneL Serted 
also the campaign of 1815, indudiug the Iwttlea of Qnatre Bras and Watettooi" airily on the 
latter day he s u ccee d e d to the command of the reciinent. 

25 Lieut-Colonel WiDdns served in Ireland during the BebelUon in 1798, and wae wounded 
aft New Boca. Landed with the foree that occupied Madeim in 1801. Froas thenee pinuoeded 
to the Weet Indlse, where he wae employed on the StaiT. In 1809 joined the 95th, now the 
Bifle Brigade, and eoOMrked with the ccrpa on the Scheldt expedition. In 1810 cowmawded n 
detachment of the lealment in the dofonoe of Cadis, and a battnUon in 1812 at the battle of 




a medal for the latter* Aoeompanied the army to Uadfldt and aided in 
the letranft Into Fofli«aL &i 18 la ndnmoad with the amy to within ra«e of Ike 



WarServksicfthi LkutumuColonek: 92 

gBM rf BggOlb tHwa tte oi iii iy abaatoMd ttw J o r tf < m . Was pr i it al tiia btttleof "VlU 
toffia, and In aatafvl BUBflir min in foDowiBg the rfftwattng amiy to Pampalnna and Sin 
Mutian. VolmftaaMd hit Mrrieai at the ttoniuiiff of tha Utter, bat the honoar being anb- 
•equantlj claimed bj a aenior officer, be reiaiaed the command of the and battalion, and waa 
sharply engand with the enemy at the Bridge of Vera. Served in the campaign of 1816. in- 
dodmg tfia adfanoe on the 16th Jone^ retreat on the 17th, and waa in 'the command of the 
MbrMaaaad battalion on the field of Waterioo» when, by a diieharva of grape-ahot firom the 
neny*! nrtQlery, both bimaelf and hone were felled to the groono. In 1817 he joined the 
Army of Oeeapatik>n in France^ hot firom the aarious effBda of bia wound waa oompeUad to re- 
tarn to Xngland. 

86 laent-Oolond ICller aerred the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoona, and waa m- 
lerrfy womded at Waterloo. 

37 Xioiit-Colond OorriUe lerred on the Staff with the cavalry nndar Lord Paget during the 
campaign of 1808-9, inclnding the actiona of Sahagun and Bener^nte. With uie 1st Royal 
Dragoona in the anbitqaent campaigns of 1809, 10, 11, 19, and 13, inoloding the aotiona of 
Bemha, Sabagal, Foentesd*Onor, and Aldea de Pontes alao the Tarions alUra of ontpoala 
during tiia diffmit advances and retreata, via. at Frexadaa, Nave d'Aver, LUra, and otbara : 
at Um he aaved his aqnadron when attacked by a whole brigade of Pranoh cavabry, wfiioh 
attempted to anrprisa them* Served alao the campaign of 1815, and waa present at tne battle 
of Waterloo* 

28 9tr Henry Pynn served in Ireland with the Sonth Down Militia daring the Beballion, in 
1708. Bmbatked with Sir Brent Spenoer'a Division in 1807, and waa employed with the 6Snd 
la Sicflyf tnbseqnently disembarked at the Mondego in 1808, and was prearat at the battles of 
Roleia and 'Vimiera. Attached to the Portngnese troops on the 15th Nov. 1809, and was present 
at the bottle of Bosaoo. Commanded a corpa of Light Infantry at the battle of Foentea d'Onor 
and aiaga of Badiyos in 1811} commanded the 18th Portngnese ReginMnt in Lord Hill's corps 
d'arm^ covering the siege of Badajoa and stoiming of the Citadel in 181S| battle of Vittoria, 
adkm at the Pam of Maya; battJee of the Pyren^ea on the a8th and dOth July (severely 
woanded), action of Ghurria, battle of Qrthes, action of Aire^ and battle of Toolonse. Sir Henry 
lias receive d a medal and two clasps. 

S9 lieat.-'Colonel Bobertson served the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, in Flandera and Hol- 
land, mder the Doke of York, and was p rese nt at the battle of Famars, siege of Valendennea, 
ad iiuawirnns ether actions. Serted on the expedition to the North of Germany nnder Lord 
Catlicart^ 1805-6 ; and to Zealand in 1807. Also with that nnder Sir John Moore, first to 
Swadett, Cd afte r w arda to the Peninsnla, where he was pres e nt in the action near Qrijon, cap- 
tore of Oporto, battiea of Talavera and Bosaoo, retr«at to the I^nee before Lisbon, snbaeqoent 
advance mid porsoit of the French, siege of Cindad Bodrigo, covering the aiege of Badijos, action 
at Caniaal, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Barges, action of Osma, battle of 
YHtorfa, actlona of Villa Franca and Tolosa, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidasioa, 
attack ef the fortified pcaition before St. Jean de jCau, actions before Bidart and Bayonne on the 
9th, lOth, nth, and 19th Dea, passage of the Adonr, attack and captore of St Stianne^ inveat- 
OMBt of BayoDBe, and repulse of the sortia Coaunanded his regiment at the battle of Waterloo, 
and waa severriy wonnded. 

ao Baron BarW served in Flandera in 1793, and was present at the siege of Yalencisnnea, 
and battle of Hondtchoote. Employed at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807 1 the campaign ef 
l80S*9in Spain, nnder Sir John Bioore; and on the expedition to Wakheren and siege of Flash- 
ing, in 1809. Joined the army in the Pentnanla in 1811, and was present at the first aiege of 
Bwligoa, battlee of Albohera, Salamanca, Vittoria, the heights of Vera, Nivelle, Nive. Orthea, 
IWbes, and TooIoaBe. Served alao the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of 
Watariook 

31 Lient-Colonel Leach served with the Bifle Brigade on the expedition against Copenhagen 
fa 180ft and snbaeqnently in the Peninsnla from 1808 to the end of that war in 1814, indnmng 
the bettfes of Bdeia, Vhniera, and Basaoo^ action of the Coa, retreat to the lines of Tones 
VeAraa, battle of Foentee d'Onor, aieges of Cindad Bodrigo, and Badajos, battle of Salamanca, 
rebestfrMn Madrid, battle of Vittoria, various actions in the Pyrenees, passage of the Bidassoa 
and aMAok on Ac enemy's poeition at the Pass of Vera, battles of the NiveSe, battles of the 
Nive on the 9th, 10th, Uth, and 18th Dec, action at Tarbea, and battle of Toulouse, beaidea 
nu B se i ma afitira of van and rear guarda and skirmishes. Served also the campaign cf 1815, 
inclttdiBg the battles of Qnatra Braa and Waterloo^ at which last the command of the 1st 
battolloB devolved on hink Colonel Leach has received several contusions, the first at Bolaia, 
the BSKt aft the Coa, and again byn fragment of a shell at Waterloa He obtained the brevet 
rank of Major for his con&ot at vittoria, and that of lient-Cokmel and OoBtpanionahip of the 
Bath, Ibr w atsrloow 

8S laaot-Colonel Wdaon served with the 4th on the expedition to the Haider in 1799, mid 
wea p raaa n t in the actions of the 2nd and 6th October. Siege of Copenhagen in 1807. Expe- 
dltioB, first to Sweden and aftarwarda to the Peninaula, niuUr Sir John Moors^ inclnding the 



retreat tiirough Spain, and batde of Coranna (wounded). Anoomnanied it to Walchaten in 

and waa aftarwarda present in 
aotloA of Sabogal, battle of Fnantaa d'Onor, notion at B«ba dS Poano^ 



1809. JoinedthearmyattheLineaof Torrea vedraain 1810^ 



83 War Sennee$ of the IdeutenoKt" CohueU. 

ftamiaff of Bidijos (teymlj woimded). AMto-da ii>«p to Msjar-Qsninl Ategk a* 
bfttdA of SalMfimnca, ospiiire of Madrid and Ihe Retiro, siego of Bamw and relrpat tiMNfl ^ 
affair of Villa Muriel, batUei of the NiveUe, the Nive, and St Fietiv, Orthet, and 8C Pain. 
Served also the campaign of 1815; oominanded the 4th at tiie battle of Waterioob and mu 
wounded. Medal for Badajoa. 

34 lAeat.-Colonel the Hunoorable Daweon Damer aooompanied Lard Cathoart to Boena as 
hia Aide-de-camp in 181S. Attached to Sir Robert Wikon, and waa preeent with the Baanaa 
Army at the retreat of the French CaTalry firom Momow. In 1813 praeent in the Allied Asrmj 
at the battles of LnUen, Bautzen, Wartien, and Calm. Attached to Count Walaiodon, and 
was presmt at the operations before Hamburg and in Uolstein in 1813. In the spring of 1614 
entered France with the Allied Army, and was employed with the Corps d'Ann^ Mrring in 
the Low Conntries. In the same year appointed Assistant- Quarter-Master-Genenl to the 
army under the orders of the Prince of Oraoget and in June 1815 was prsaent in the aaaM 
capacity at the battles of Qoatre Bras and Waterloa 

36 lieut-Colonel 0*Ddnoghne serred in the attack at Ferrol in 1800 } in South Aacriaa, 
1807, indnding the capture of Maldonado, siege and redaction of Monte Video. At the 
defence of Cadii and Tarifa in 1810 and 11, indnding the defeat of the French in the asoault 
of Tarife in December 1811. Returned to the defence of Cadis, in 1813, and after the ¥woA 
were compelled to raise the siege, he Joined the Doke of Wellington's army then retirinir firom 
the siege of Bargos. Served the Mabratta campaigns of 1817-19; and in the Bonneee War in 
1834-25. Wounded in the right leg daring the siege of Tarifa. 

37 Lieut-Colonel the Honoorable Robert Moore serred in the Peninsula with the Cddatnam 
Guards from Jan. 1813 to the Mid of that war in 1814. Alio the campaign of 1815, and waa 
iCTerely wounded at Waterioo. 

38 lieut-Colonel Keane served with the 23d on the expedition to the north of Gkrmaay in 
1805; in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to, and the battfe o#, 
Corunna. Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 7 th Hussars, and as Aido-de-eamp to 
Sir Hussey Virian, from November 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, indnding the battlea of 
Orthes and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815 in the same capacity, and was pr es en t aft 
the battle of Waterioo and capture of^ Paris. 

39 Lieut- Colond Parris scored in the Peninsula with the Royal Dragoons, and has reeeivad 
a medal for the battle of Vittoria. 

40 Lieut-Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of the Royal Artillery, has received a aaadal Ifar 
the battle of Salamanca. 

42 Lieut-Colonel Fuller served with the 59th at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 
1806; the Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, including the battle of Vittoria* 
siega of San Sebastian, and battle of the Nive, where he was wounded in the shoukJor and 
thigh. Campaign of 1815, indnding the battle of Waterloo^ stormiuff of Cambray, and oaptara 
of Paris. Commanded the reeiment at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825-6^ nnd^ 
Lord Combermere, and was sughtly wounded in the arm. Medal for San Sebastiaa, haviaf^ 
commanded the regiment there. 

43 lieut-Cdond Taylor served in the Peninsula with the 9th, from Aug. 1808 to Febu 181 3, 
and again from Oct 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, indudiog the battlea of Vimien 
(wounded), Basaoo, and Sdamanca, retreat from Baigos, action of Villa Maiid (woondedX 
and repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. 

44 Lieut-Colonel Bell served with the 48th at the blockade of Malta, and siege of La Valuta. 
Also in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, indnding the passage of the 
Donro, battle of Albubera (wounded), action at Aldea de Ponte, siege of Ciadad Rodrigo. sicga 
and aMsnlt of BmImos (teverely wounded), battlea of Salamanca, the Pyrenees, Nivella, Oftfaea, 
and Tonlons& He has reodved a cross for the four last-named battles, having on those tmrasifuis 
commanded the regiment. 

46 Lieut -Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of 35th regiment, served at the siege of Foei 
Bonrbon and capture of Martioiqoe in 1808-9. Present with the 3rd battalion of the Boji^ 
in the retreat from Burgos in 1812, and in the subsequent campaigns of 1813 and 14, inelodia^ 
the action at Osma, battle of Vittoris, assault on the convent of San Sebastian 17th Joly, 
asaaalt on the town 25th of July (severely wonnded); and on the 31st Aug., although anftrii^ 
from the eifects of hii wound, was present and engaged at the successful assault on San Sebaa- 
tian, where he commanded two companies orJered to the breach in advance of the first hri g ^da 
of the 5th dirision, and was at the surrender of the castle on the 8th of Sept Engaged aft tha 
passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 10th, 11th, and ISfth 
bee, and repolse of the sortie fh>m Bayonne. Served also the] campaign of 1815, indnding 
battles of Qoatre Bras and Waterloo^ where he was severdy wonnded. 

50 Lieut-Colonel Patridc Campbell served with the 52nd on the expedition to FsitoI i 
Cadia, in 1800t in Sidly in 1806; on the expedition to Oottenbuig in 1808 ; and sabaeqacaftiy 
in' the Peninsida, France, and Flanders, dunng the whde of the war, indnding the retreat to 
Corunna, action of the Coa, battle of Basaoo, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, and all the 
aotlona in the advance to Sabogal, where he was severely wounded and sent to Bnglaad for 
recovery. Rejoined the army in the advance to Madrid, and served in the snbtaqnant r et iw u 
to Pwtngal, battle of Vittoria, attaok on tha heights of Vcra» twioe wooadad at tha head «f tlM 



War Services of the Lieutenant'ColoneU. 84 

ISoA -Onmrniiiiarf iTw st Um batOM of tiie Pmnees, tlie Kivelle (the 86tk French ngtmenl 
~ to the ftSnd on this oooaaion) the Nive (9th to ISth Deo.), and » wing at Orthe« 



(«wiiid0d)» aB^-<«aa pMutal the battle of Tonloiuew Senred also the eampaign of 181 5» 
adadipglfce haltte of Waterloo. Medal and » ola^for the battles of theNiToUe and the Nive. 
^ lieot-Colonel Basden'e eerfioes:— Mahratta war of 1803, 4, and 5, inolading the taking 
•f BtAamor% AiwTghar, Axfgamnf LaMlgaom, Chawdore, JaoInaJiy and Gawilleghor. 
iliirifun wnr in IBIS and 14, and was engaged at Long Woods (seyerely wounded in the 
thigh); Fori Brie, »bdE Rock, BofiUo^ and battle of the Falls (wonnded). Serred also 
throB^hooi the Bormese war. 

55 •Xd«ali>«^oknel Oates, daring mght years' aotiye service in the West Indies, was frequently 
engaged with the enemy, and twioe sererely wonnded, ▼!& in the right side by a mnsket-ball at 
Cc^ de.£Br» and in the left ankle in an attack near Port au Prince. Senred also fire years in 
the £ail iadifla^cDd in Egypt, and crossed the Desert under Sir Darid B&ird. With the expe- 
dition to South i^merica in 1807. Subsequently throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, 
iwifidiiig the battles of Talavera (scTerely wounded on the head by the bursting of a shell), 
Basaoo, and FaenCes d'Onor ; 2nd and 3rd sieges of Badajoz,~8eyereiy wounded at the storming 
of FortPfenrinn; battles of Yftttoria, Niyelle, and Orthes, — severely wounded through the right 
lUgh. Mednl for services in Egrpt 

56 XiaBt<}oloB6l Pratt served with the 82nd at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 
1807; In Portagal and Spain in 1608-9, indoding ihe battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to, 
and battle of, Corunna. At Walcheren in 1809, and was severely wounded at the investment of 
Sloihing. In 1813 he was appointed to the Quarter-Muter-General's staff of the army on tho 
esefSMn ooast a^ Spain, and served with a portion of that army in Italy and in the south of 
France until the close of the war in 1814. 

5? Xneat-Colond Spottiswoode served with the 7l8t in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore^ 
tod oftvwards under uie Duke of Wellington; he was with the storming party at Badajoz, and 
vaa Mvvnly wounded in the spine. 

59 lianL-Colonel Charles Campbell served in the Peninsula with the old 94th from Jan. 1810 
Is the end of IhaS war in 1814, including the defence of Cadiz, pursuit of Massena, actions of 
Redinha, Condeiza, and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second sie^e of Badajoz, action of 
SH Bodotty Sim and storm of Ciudad Bodrigo, siege and storm of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of St^rid, battles of Yittoria, the Pyrenees (S6th, 27 th, and 28th July), Nivelle, and 
OrithMf niBur of Vie Bisofre, and batUe of Toulouse. 

63 Iieut.-Colonel SaS served at the taking of Maldonado and Monte Video in 1807. Also 
in thn Peninsola from 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the repulse of 
ths eertie from Bayonne. 

M ii0Bt.-Cokmel Bonce served on board H. M. S. Bedford, at the battle of Camperdown, uiider 

iaii Dunann, aadoaptuie of the Dutch Fleet, 11th Oct. 1797. In 1799 landed from the fleet 

nndsr Lord Nelson at the siege and capitulation of St. Efano at Naples, surrender of the castles 

of Uaivo and Knovo, and the siege and fall of Capua. Landed from the fleet at the siege of 

Malta in 1800. Served in Egypt, 1801. In May 1806, he commanded the seamen and marines 

landed from the squadron under Sir Sydney Smith, at the attack and capture of the island of 

Capri, and was afterwards at the fall of Gaeta. Commanded the battalion of marines landed 

froin the fleet under Sir Robert Stopford during the attack and capture of Java in 1811; 

attached to the advance under General Gillespie at the storming of the intrenched lines end for* 

tifisataona of Comelis, and received his thanks in public orders; also thanked in the field at the 

hcnd of hia ballafion, by Sir Samuel Auchmuty, the Commander-in-chief of the Forces. He 

va* nfterwards at the fall of Gresil and Sourabaya, two of the enemy's strongest sea-ports. 

Independent of the above, ho has been frequently engaged in boat-actions. Medal for Java. 

* 65 liantL-ColiHiel M-Mahon, being then a Lieut, in the Clare Militia, served at New Ross, 

Yinegar-hill, and at the re-capture of Wexford, in Ireland, from the rebels, in 1798; and also 

tha tavasion of that country immediately afterwards by a French army. In 1800 he 

Hh thd 97th in the attack on Ferrol, and in the demonstration that was made on 

Bay, Belkisle, and all along the coasts of Franco and Spain to Cadiz. Served in the 

Peninania wirh the 5th (Rifla) battalion of the 60th, from 1808 to 1813, including the advance on 

(^porto in 1809, batile of Bosaco, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, advance from thence, 

invcstoient' and opening of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, covering the third 

■is|fe md'tie capture of Badejoz, storming the forts at Almaraz, capture of a strong column of 

ike enmay nt Arroyo de Molino, besides many minor affairs. 

66 Ijfent-Colonel Terry served the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 25th, including tho 

kalti*nf Sgmont-op-Zee. Expedition to Egypt and surrender of Alexandria in 1801; capture 

of Madeira in 1807; capture of Guadaloupe and St. Martin's in 1810; re-capture of Ghiadaloupe 

itMl^.- - 

^67 i4eiiit.-Coi. Whelan served in the American war with the Boyal Newfoundland Fencibles. 

68 lAML-Colond Grieve served at the siege of Tarragona. 

69 td#aA>P^oneI Cross served in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war; with the 
e au e p li id n ofa short period in 1809, including the campaign and batUe of Comnna, action at 

OKttir*Coa, 24th July 1810; battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Bedinha (wounded), 
>, Foz df AroQce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, drd and 5th May 1811; 

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a War S€rvic€9 of the LieutenatU'Colonelh 

liege of Cindtd Bodrigo, aotioDB of San Monos and Saa Milaii. battlaa of Yiikoriti Laaaoa 
Brkbre, Bidassoft, Vera, 7(h Oct, Nirelle, NWe (9tli, 10th, and Utti Deo. 1813), QrUiet, Tarbea, 
and Tonloiue. BeceWed a seTere oontnaion on the 18th Jane at Waterloo. Col. Croaa aerred 
in the Light BlTiaion aa a Tolnnteer, with the l^t battalion of the 52nd light Infantrj when 
effectiTe in 2nd battalion, from Slit Deo. 1812 to July 1816. 

70 Lieat.-Colonel Eairtlough lerred at the bombardment of Ter Yere^ and il^ and caplara 
of Flnihing in 1809. Alio at the capture of Goadalonpe in 1815. 

71 Lieat.-Colonel Streatfield lerred the Mahratta campaign of 1804, 6, and 6, indodlog the 
auanlt of Bhnrtpore, with the Grenadien of the 65th, when out of 17 offtoen ana SOO men who 
marched to the aiiault, 14 offioen and 190 men were either killed or wounded. At the capture 
of the Iile of France in 1810. Serred the Mahratta campaign of 1817 and 18, induding the cap- 
ture of Hatrasi. 

73 LieuL-Colonel Senior wai leverely wounded in the action between H. M. packet L^witig 
and the American privateer Jbor, off Barbadoei, SOth Sept, 1813, 

75 Lieut-Colonel Hughee serred the Egyptian campaign of 1801 with the 24th. Engaged 
with a French squadron in the Moiambi<me cnannel, 3rd July 1810. Serred the Nepanrcam- 
paigni of 1814, 15, and 16, and was wounded at Harriapore. Served also daring the Jilahratta 
war of 1816, 17, and 18. Medal for services in Egypt 

76 Lieut-Colonel Lane served in the West Indies in 1796 and 7, and was present at the tak- 
ing of St Lucia. In 1801 he lerved the Egyptian campaign (Medal), including all the actianis 
and subsequently in the Fenininla» including the siege anditorming of Badajoi, and battle of 
Salamanca. 

77 Lieot.-Colonel Austen served with the 25th at the landing at the Helder in Aug. 1799, 
and was severely wounded at the battle of Eemont-op-Zee on the 2nd Oct following. Served 
in Egypt in 1801. including the sonrender of Alexandria. Also at the capture of Guadeloupe, 
in 1810, and again in 1815. 

78 Lieut-Colonel Watson was 28 years in the 14th regt , the greater part of which time he 
served in the Weit and East Indies, and retired from active service in oonsequenoe of total loss 
of sight. He was at the capture of the Isle of Franoe in 1810 1 of Java in 1811, indudmg the 
investment and storming of Fort Cornelia, and storming the heights of Serondole; previous to 
which he was actively engaged on the coast when embarked in H. M. S. Minden, and at St 
Nicholas Point command«a a detachment of the 14th and Royal Marines, and defeated a very 
superior French force of the enemy's best troops sent to attack that position. In 1812, he was 
at the storming of I>|oqjocarta. In 1813, at the sulgagation of the Piratical State of Sambaa in 
the Island of Borneo, when he commanded the column which attacked the stockad e a leading op 
to the town, on which occasion he was wounded. 

79 lieut-Colonel Nooth served with the 7th Fusilien, on the expediUon against Copenhagen, 
in 1807. With the 2nd battalion of the 14th, on the expedition under Sir David Baird, and was 
in the retreat of Sir John Moore's army, and at the battle of Comnna. Accompanied the bat- 
talion to Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flashing. 

80 Lieut-Colonel Lacy served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, with the 56th, and waa pi«« 
lent in the actions of the 19th Sept, 2nd and 6th Oct 

82 Lieut -Colonel Bobyns served at the capture of Martinique in 1809. In Aug. 1813 ha 
went to North America, and was actively employed in the Chesapeak under Sir Gkom Cock- 
burn. Commanded a battalion of Marines at the capture of Washington and action bmore Bal- 
timore, where he was severely wounded. Served afterwards on the expedition against New 
Orleans. 

83 Lieut-Colonel Briggi served with the 28th at the siege and cantore of Copenhagen in 
1807; proceeded afterwards to Sweden, under Sir John Moore, and snosequently to Portugal, 
where he landed with his remment immediately after the battle of Vunierat he was afterwards 
nresent at the passage of tne Douro, battles of Talavera, Bosaco, Albuhera, the Nlvelle, the 
Nire, Orthes, and Toulouse t the rie^ of Badiyox, and Lord Hill's action before Bayonn«| 13th 
Dec. 1813, besides all the minor affairs connected with the above-mentioned actions. 

84 Lieut-Colonel Mathewson joined the 75th Highland regt in the East Indies in 1791; 
served the campaign in Mysore in that year, and was present and engaged before Seringapataa 
iu Feb. 1792. He again served before Seriufapatam m 1799. In the vear following he served 
in Malabar and Canara, and was wounded wnen leading the Forlorn Hope at the assault of the 
Fortress of Jamaolabad. In 1801 he was actively employed during the campaign in the district 
of Cotioto; was often engaged, and at the redaction of several posts. In 1802-3 he waa on aer- 
vioe in Guaerat, and was present at the siege and reduction of Keria and of Broderas also in 
field actions, and in that of the 6th Feb. 1803, on the banks of the river Mehie, he received n 
severe gun-shot wound in the left shoulder. He next served at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, 
and received a dangerous wound in the right breast firom a spear when crossing the ditch at lh« 
assault on the 9th Jan.| he was also wounded by an ezploaion of gunpowder on the fateach, 
when leading an assaulttnc party on the 21st February. In 1808 he waa empl^ed with his 
company of the Ro^al York Kangera on board the line^of-battle ships York and limpit at the 
Uockade of Martinique, and was actively employed at die reduction of that Island, havin|^Qn 
landing a detached command, and he dr^ op and rigned on tha spot the oapitalation of Pi|eon 
Xihuidonthe4th Fab. 1809. Ha waa alio atUvaly engaged thataaaywv at the cavtvo of lb« 



War Services of the Lieutenant-Colaneis. 88 

SaSntet. In 1810 he Mnred at the capture of Gnadaloiipe; was engaged in the action of the Srd 
7ebu, end commanded that part of his regt. which on tne following mornfaig took possession of 
the Pont de Noziere, and captored the French force and gnns at 2iat post As an Assistant* 
Qnarter-Mastcor-General, he acoompaxded, in the saoie month, the force sent to the capture of 
the Island of St Martin, and continued to be employed on the Staff until he was again engaged 
at the cantore of Gnadaloupe in 1815, where, as Major of his regt, he was the first indindoal 
who landed, being in command of the adranoe on the 8th Aug., and on the following day he 
sustained a lerioQs injury when in pursuit of liie enemy down tne hill of Falmiste and across tha 
riTer Gallion. 

87 lAeut.-Colonel Olanehy serred in Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 and 6; with the 
expedition to Madeira in 1807, and capture of the lines of Funohal. The Peninsular campaigns 
frtuB Sept 1808 to the end of that war m 1814, including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the Lines 
at Torres Vedras, and the subsequent adranoe and pursuit of the French army under Massena; 
actions of Pombal, Bedinha, Conaeiza, and Sabngal; fint eiege of Almeida and its subsequent 
Uockads, battle of Fuentes d*Onor, retreat from Burgos, and scaling the heights of the Echaler. 

88 lieut -Colonel Diggle eenred with the 52nd in Sidly, under^ir John Moore, and on the 
expedition to Gottenborgh. Subeeqnently he served in the Peninsula* and was present during 
the retreat and at the battle of Corunna ; as also in the action of the Coa, battle of Busaoo, and 
aflkirs whan the Army foil back upon the Lines of Torres Yedras. He serred also the cam- 
paign of 1813, 14, and 15, indncung Uie bombardment of Antwerp, affoirs at Merxem, and 
iMttle of Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded. 

90 lieut- Colonel Knox served with the lit Battalion of the Slit in Egypt in 1807, and wa« 
severely wounded at Boeetta. He afterwards served with the 2nd BattaUon in the Peninsula, 
from 1808 to the spring of 1814, and was present at the battles of Talavera, Albuhera (severely 
wo«ittded),Bnsaco, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the NiveUe, the Nlve, and at St Palais, where he was 
severely wounded, beiuf shot through the body, and lost his right arm. 

91 Sir John Scott Lmie served in the 6th regt with the first expedition to Portugal in 1808, 
and was present at the battle of Vindera, and capture of Lisbon. In 1809, as Captain in the 
Loaitanian Legion, in various engagements for the defence of Portugal durine the important 
interval between the embarkation at Corunna and the return of the second expeaitlon to Lisbon« 
Campaign of 1810— battle of Bnsaco, and retreat to the Lines at Torres Yedras. 1811 — 
Actions of Pombal and Bedinha, capture of Campo Mayor, sieges of Olivensa and Badges, 
1812 — ^Battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and retreat from Burgos. 1813 — ^Actions at 
Aldea de Ponte, Osma, and Bridge of Subijana de Morellas (wounded), battle of Yittoria, block- 
ade of Pampeluna, actions in the Pyrenees on the 24th, 25th, 26tb, 28th, and 30th July, actions 
of Irun and St. Martial, capture of San Sebastian, passaee of the Bidossoa, battles of the NiveUe 
(woiinded) and the Nive. 1814— Battles of Orthes and Toulouse, at which last he was severely 
wounded and left for forty-eight hours on the field of batUe, supposed to have been killed. Sir 
John has received a cross for the battles of the Pyrenees, NiveUe, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

93 Colonel Orlando Jones accompanied the 36th to Hanover, and served the campaign of 
1805*6. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808, and served throughout the whole of that aim the 
following campairns without baring been absent from his duty for a single day, and was present 
at the battles of Boleia and Yimiera. Attached to the Portuguese service in April 1809, and 
served at the battle of Busaoo, occupation of the Lines at Lisbon, actions of Pombal, Bedinha^ 
Condeixa, Puente de MurceUa, Casal Nova, Ceira, Guarda, Fos d'Arouce, Sabugal, and Fuentes 
d'Onor, storming the forts at Salamanca (wounded), battle of Yittoria, actions of Tolosa and 
YUla Franca (severely wounded), passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the NiveUe, Bayonne (9th 
I>eaX St Jean de Luz (11th, 12th, and 13th Dec), passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne 
and repulse of the sortie. 

94 Geut-Colonel Peaoocke served in the Mediterranean at the taking of the Islands of Ischia 
and Procida, and at the reUef of CaprL In 1810 he joined the army in Portugal, and served 
with the 4Ui division throughout tne campaigns in the Peninsula. 1810~Battle of Busaco, 
retreat to the Lines of Torres Yedras, affaur of Dels Pontos. 1811— Actions of Pombal and 
B y dinh a, capture of Campo Mayor, sieee of OUven^a, battle of AJbuhera. 1812— Siege of 
Chidad Bodrigo, storming of Badiuoz (severely wounded mounting the breach), capture of 
Madrid. 1813— Action of Aldea de Ponte, battle of Yittoria (horse shot under him), blockade 
of Pampeluna, aflairs of RoncesvaUes and Linpoina, battle of the Pvrenees, attack of the Heights 
above Saint Estevan. Passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the NiveUe. He has received the 
Portmtese Gold Cross for the Peninsular campaigns. 

95 Lieut -Cobnel De Lancey served with the 9th Light Dragoons atWldoheren in 1809} and 
in the Peninsula during parts of 1811, 12, and 13. 

97 Lieut-Colonel WeDs:— Campaign of Portogal and Spain in 1808 and 9, indudins; action 
of Bdeia, and the batUes of Yimiera and Corunna; campaign in Holland in 1809, induding the 
aSeg* c^ Flushing; blockade of Cadiz, from March 1810, to the raising of the blockade in 1812, 
excepting about six months absence at Carthagena, and with the army in Estremadura, including 
the action of Barrosa, and the last siege of Badty'oz in March and April 1812; served part of 
the campaign of 1813, until the army embari^ed at Bourdeanx in 1814, including the passage of 
tke Bidassoa, blockade of Bayonne, and the taking of a work at Laredo. Campaign of 1815, 
la Belg;inBi and FrsDoe. 

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87 War Services of the LieutenanUColoneU. 

98 Lieat-Coloiiel Sir Digby Maokworth, Bart* K.H., serred six oamptigni in the FeninsoU 
and that of the Low Countries and France. Was Aide-de-oamp to Genenl Lord Hill in the 
Peninsula and in France, and when his Lordship was Commander of the Forces in Great 
Britain. Present at the battles of Talayera, Bosaco, Albahera, FTrenees, and Toolouse, in the 
Peninsula, and at Waterloo. BeceiTed the Gnelphio Order, and the thanks of His M. King 
William IV., for assisting in putting down the riots in Bristol and the Forest of Dean. 

99 Lient-Colonel John Browne accompanied the 4th on the expedition first to Sweden and 
afterwards to the Peninsula, where he serred until Not. 1812, and was present in the I«nes at 
Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena, action of Bedinha, battle of Fnentes a Onor, ^^ege of Badiyoi 
in 1811 (sererely wounded), siege and captured Cindad Bodrigo. Serred also the oampaLni 
of 1815, indnding the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which latter he was seTeruy 
wounded. 

100 Lient-Colonel Bazalgette sailed with the expedition firom India to ISgyp^ under Sir Dayid 
Baird, in 1801. Betumed to India and served two campaigns in the Dooaband Ceded £Mstricta» 
under General Campbell. Seryed also on the expedition to the Penobscot, in the United Statea 
of North America* 

102 Lieut-Colonel Speddmg sened in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present 
at the battles of Talarera, Busaoo, Albuhera, and Salamanca; actions of Campo Mayor, Loa 
Santos, and Usaere, berides other afEurs. 

103 Ident-Colonel McGregor serred in the Peninsula in 1812, and was present during the 
operations of the ooTcring army at the siege of Badajoz; also at the capture of Madrid, and at 
the battle of Salamanca. 

104 Lieut-Colonel Cole served in Italy and Sicily in 1805 and 6. On the I8th March 1807, 
when on passage to E^land, he was taken jvisoner by a French ship-of-war, after an action of 
two hours' duration. & 1808 he accompanied the 81st on the expedition to Corunna, and was in 
the whole of that serrioe, as also at the battle of Corunna, In 1809 he sailed wiUi the expedition 
to Waloheren, and was at the siege of Flushing. Subsequently he joined the army in Spain i 
and was present with the 81st at the battle of Castella, siege of Tarragona, retreat firom Villa 
Franca, and investment of Barcelona. On the termination of the war of the Peninsula he 
accompanied his regiment to America; with which he afterwards returned in 1815, and joined 
the annv in France, and marched witii it to Paris, and served with the Army of Oocupatioii. 
He has been twice wounded. 

106 Lieut-Colonel Crokat served in SioOy in 1807; in Portugal in 1808, under Sir Arthur 
Welleslev; in Spain and at Corunna under Sir John Moore; on the Walcheren expedition in 
1809; subsequently in the Peninsula. Severely wounded in the Pyrenees. He had charge of 
Napoleon at St Helena when he (Ued, and he brought home the despatches of his death. 

107 Lieut-Colonel Bateman sailed with the 5th on the expedition for Hanover in 1805; was 
shipwrecked off the Texel and made prisoner of war. Having been exchanged in March 1806, 
he sailed in June following with the expedition under Major-G&neral Craufurd, which landed in 
SooUi America, and he was present at the attack of Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Penin- 
sula in 1810, 11, 13, and was severely wounded at the battle of Yittoria. Accompanied the 
regiment to America in 1814, and was present at Plattsburg. 

108 Lieut-Colonel Dudgeon served vrith the 58th in Egypt in 1801 ; in Italy in 1805 aad 6; 
in the PeninsoJa from 1809 to 1813, including the Lines at Torres VeilGras, covering the siege of 
Bad^joi, batUe of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and siege of Burgos, at which last he was twSoe 
wounded, the second time most severely. 

109 Lient-Colonel Quill, served with the 15di at the capture of the French West India 
Islands, in 1815, under Sir James Leith. 

110 Lient-Colonel Davies served in South America, with the 47 tb, in 1806; and subsequently 
in the Peninsula, including the sieees of Cadiz,Tarragona, and Tarifa. Commanded three com- 
panies of the 47 th at the breach of Tarifa, on the Slst Dec 1811, when the French attempted 
to storm the town, but were driven back with great loss, together with the loss of all their 
artillery. 

111 Lient-Colonel Mitchell served with the 3rd battalion of the Boyals at Waloheren, in 
1809, and was present at the siege of Flushing. Subsequently in the Peninsula from 1810 to 
1812, indndmg the battles of Busaoo and Foentes d*Ooor, action of Sabucal, and those of 
Msssena's retreat. Accompanied the expedition to Germany, under General Gibbs in 1813. 
Served as Depnty-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General in the campaign of 1814, in Holland; and 
in the same situation qn the staff of the army in Flanders, and afterwards at the head-qnarters 
of the Army of Occupation. 

118 Lient-Colonel James Thompson served in the Peninsula with the 6 th, and was Mvarelj 
wonnded at the battle of Orthes. 

114 Lieut-Colonel Nordiffis served in the Peninsula with the 4th I>ragoons, and was present 
at the battle of Talavera, Bnsaco, and Albuhera; cavalry action of Ussgre, and battle of Salft- 
manca, in wUdi last he was se?erely wounded and taken prisoner. 

117 Lient-Colonel Johnson served with the 17th Light Dragoons, m South America in 1806 
and 7, at the siege and storming of Monte Video, and in the exTOdition of Buenoi Ayres» dariai^ 
serrioe the regiment was armed with mnsketa and actea as infiuitry. 



War Services of the Lieutenant^Colonels. 88 

118 liMot-Colonel Darby teirsd in Hanover in 1805; at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807; 
and the Coronna campaign in 1808-9. 

1 19 Lieut -Colonel King senred ia a mortar-boat in the Faro of MesBina for two months in 
1810. Adiranced into the United States with Sir George Frerost^s army, and commanded a 
battery against Flattsbnrg. 

120 Ijieat.-Colonel Mscdonald accompanied the expedition to Hanorer in 1805; joined the 
army in Sicily in 1806, and was employed with it in its various operations until 1810; in the 
latter year he went with the expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia 
and Frocida; returced to Sicily and employed against the French army inl811; inl812 was 
empknred in Spain, including the heme of Castalla, and siege of Tarragona; embarked for 
Canada in 1814, and was present at the operations before Flattsburg. Beceived three wounds 
at Waterloo^ via., in the leg, in the neck, and through the body, wounding the lungs. 

121 lieut-Colonel Mudge served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to June 1810. 

122 Lieut.-Colonel Sherboume Williams served at the capture of GuadiJoupe in 1815. 

123 lieut-Colonel John Cox serred, with the exception of a few months, throughout the 
whole of the Peninsular war with the 95th (Rifle Brigade), commencing with the first affisir, 
whea his company formed part of the detachment which dislodged the French from the post of 
Obidoa, 15th Aug. 1808. He was also engaged with the enemy in the following battles, sieges, 
affiurs, &o., viz., Boleia, Yimiera, surrender of Lisbon, Bridge of Benevente, in front of Tala- 
vera, Barba del Fuerca, Galligos, Barquillo, Almeida, Mora Morta, Sula, Busaco, Alenquier, 
Amda, Santarem, Fombal, Bedinha, Condeixa, Caza Nova, Foz d*Arouce, Freixadas, Sabugal, 
Almeida (10th to 14th April 1811), Marialva Bridge, Fuentes d*Onor, Naves d'Avar, Forcaylos, 
Ctodad Bodrigo (siege and storming), San Milan, vittoria, Echarrianos, Fampeluna, heights of 
Santa Barbara, Pass of Echallar, Vera, Pass of Vera, Nivelle, Nive, and Tar oes. Served also 
the campaign of 1815, including the affairs of out^posts on the 17th June, the battle of Waterloo, 
and capture of Paris. Wounded in the right shoulder by a muaket-ball at Yimiera; compound 
fracture of the left arm by a musket-shot at the storming of Ciudad Bodrigo; left leg badly 
fractured by a musket-shot at Tarbes. 

124 Iaeut.-Colonel William Boss served in India with the 17th, under Lord Lake, in 1805 
and 6. Present at the siege and storming of Fort Comona, in Bengal, 18th Nov. 1807, on which 
occasion two- thirds of the officers were either killed or wounded. Siege and reduction of Fort 
Gonnowrie. Campaign of 1809 against the Seiks. Served the campaign of 1815 with the 14tb, 
in command of the Light Company, and was present at the battle of Waterloo, storming of 
Cambray, and capture of Paris. Served subsec^uently in the 23rd Fusiliers 21 years, and com- 
manded that corps in Canada during the Bebellion in 1838. 

125 Lieut-Colonel Murton served in the North Sea, and the Holder expedition in 1799; 
served in the Egyptian expedition and the East Indies in 1801; the West Indies (slightly 
woonded) in 1804; coast of France, and engaged with the enemy's flotilla and batteries, in 
1805; the Mediterranean in 1806, engaged in cutting out the enemy's vessels from under bat- 
teries, and was voted a sword from the Patriotic Fund; in 1809, coast of Spain, and aiding the 
Gaerillas; served in Holland in 1813. Medid for serrices in Egypt 

126 Lieut-Colonel Booth's serrices :— Siege of Callinger (wounded at the assault). Nepaul 
war in 1814, including the sieges of Kolunga, Nahu, aad Jetuck. Mahratta war in 1817, 18, 
including the sieges of Singhur, Latarak, Pourunder, and Wursetta. Burmese war in 1824-5, 
wounded at the storming of Martaban. 

127 laeut-Colonel Greaves served with the 7th Fusiliers in America, in the campaign of 1814, 
and was also present in the attack on New Orleans, on the 8th Jan. 1815. 

128 Ideut-Colonel 0*Hara served in Spain and Portugal from 1808 to 1811, including the 
battle of Yimiera and retreat to Corunna, battle of Talavera, action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, 
action of Sabugal, affairs of Bedinha, Miranda de Corvo, and Foz d'Arouoe; battle of Fuentes 
d'Onor, and siege of Badajoz. 

129 Lieut-Colonel Charlton served in the Peninsula with the 6 1st from June 1809 to Feb. 
1810, and again from March 1813 to July 1814, includingthe battles of Talavera, the Pyrenees 
on the 28th, 29 th, aud 30th July, the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes,* Tarbes, 'and Toulouse, besides va- 
rious minor actions and affiiurs. Wounded on the 28th July in the Pyrenees, a|ain at the Nive 
when in command of the Light Infantry Companies of the Left Brigade of the 6tn division; twice 
severely wounded at Toulouse, the second wound received when commanding the 61st. Medal 
for Toulouse. 

130 Lieut-Colonel Alex. M. Fraser was employed in the expedition against Sambas, in the 

island of Bomea 

131 Lient-Colonel Walker served at Copenhagen. 

133 Lient-Colonel Hall served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810} on the expedition 
to Java in 1811, including the actions at Bataria and Weltevreiden, storming the entrenched 
lines at Fort Cornelia, storming the heights of Serandole, and capture of the fort of Samarang. 
Present also at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore in 1825-6. 

134 Lieut-Colonel W. F. Williams served in Senegal, Goree, and Sierra Leone during 1811 
and 12; and in the Peninsula from Aug. 1813 to the end of that war, incladine San Sebastian, 
the paasage of the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle and Nive (llth, 12th, and 13th Dea), and the 
investment of Bayonne. He embarked for Bordeaux in 1814 with the expedition to the Chesa- 



89 War Services of the Lkutenant'Cohnds. 

peak under Oeneiwl Rosa, and was wounded at the battle of Bladenabnig, fint tUs^flr ia fba 
left arm, and again eeyei^y by a mnsket-ball thxongh the left ahonlder. He lema aiAae- 
qnenUy for sereral j^ears in the West Indi<>a; and he was sent on a partieolar serrioe to Canada 
daring the insurrection in that country in 1888 and 39. 

135 Lient.-Colonel Cartwrieht served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the 61st, inolnding 
the battles of the Pyrenees, ^velle, Nire, Qrthes, and Toulouse. Served the campaign of 1815 
with the 10th Hussars, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

136 Lieut-Colonel Qarland served in the Peninsula firom 1809 to 1813, including the defimoe 
of Tarifa and Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, pursuit of Massena, battle of Salamanca, sieges 
of Badigoz and Burgos, and action at Villa Muriel; the above service as A^ntant of the 30th. 
Served also the oampaisn of 1815 with the 7drd, induding the battle of Quatre Bras, retreat on 
tibe following day, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded, being at that 
time senior officer of the 73rd, Lord Harris commanding the brigade. 

139 Lieut-Colonel Saunderson served at Malta and in Sicily. In the Light Battalion under 
Sir James Kempt on the expedition to Naples in 1806. Accompanied the Snd battalion of tha 
39th to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the battle of Bosaoo, in the retreat to tba 
Lines at Torres Vedras, and the advasce from thence} re-capture of Campo Mayor, iuvestaeot 
and opening of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Albuhera (sUghtlv wounded), capture of a 
strong division of the French army under General Gerard at Arroyo de Molino, where he waa 
severely wounded by a musket-shot, which fractured his skull, and was sent to Kngland for 
recovery. Beioined the army in the Peninsula, and acted as I>eputy-Jndge-Advoeate. After 
the battle of Toulouae embarked with a division of the army for Canada, where be was appointed 
to the Quarter-Master-General's Department, and was present at the affiur of Plattsburg. 

140 Lieut-Colonel Gore served the campaign of 1815 with the 30th, and waa slightly wounded 
at Waterloo. 

142 Lieut-Colonel Pringle Taylor proceeded in 1811 to join the 23nd Dragoons in the East 
Lidies, where he served until their return to Europe and disbandment, 25th October 1820. fia 
was in the field in 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta war in 1817, 18, and 19 ; 
the published official records show that bis conduct was conspicuous in the Brigade Cavahrr 
actions of Bucktowlle and of Na|;nore (1817), and of Ashta (28Ui Feb. 1818), when be incurred, 
as Brigade-Major, the responsibility of ordering measures which terminated in the entire defeat 
of the Peiihwa, the death of the gallant Gokla, and the rescue of the Bajah of Satarraht the 
most influential events in terminating the war. At the siege of Capaul-drooff, he commanded 
a battery at the storm (ISth May 1819), he blew open the first gate with a galloper gun of tha 
22nd Dragoons, and beading the Forlorn Hope, he stormed in succession the five distinct eirdea 
of fortifications, every man and officer of his party being either killed or wonndedi he received 
at the summit of that strong hill fort, at the moment of success in its capture, a shot through hia 
lungs and body. The Governor-Genial of India specially recmnmended him to favourabla 
consideration for his services in India. In 1823 and 24 he was employed in the Cape Cavalry 
against the Caffres. Li 1841 he was relieved from a bullet which had been in his body since 
1819. 

144 Lieut-Cotonel Whiohcote joined the 52nd as a volunteer in Dec. 1810, and served witii it 
in the Peninsula, France, and Flaaders, and was present in the actions of Sabugal, £1 Bodon, and 
Alfayates, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Badi^oz, battle of Salamanca, retreat firosn 
Burgos, battle of Vittoria, action at Vera, battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthea, Tarbea, Tou- 
louse, and Waterloo. 

145 lieut^-Colonel Butler served the campaupi of 1815 with the 8rd Battalion of the Orana- 
dier Guards, and was preeent in the battles or Quatre Bras and Waterloo (where he oaiilcd 
the colours), storming of Peronne, and capture of Paria. 

146 Lieut-Colonel Luard served in the Peninsula, from Jan. 1811 until the end of the war, 
induding the actions of Pombal, Redinha, Condeixa, Campo Mayor, Los Santos, and Usagre^ 
siegee of Ciudad Rodrigo, Burgos, and Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, blockade of Pan- 
peluna and battle of Toulouse. Present at Waterloo 18(h June 1815. Siege of Bhurtpora 
1825-6. 

147 Lieut-Colonel Maunsell served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Peninsnla from 
▲pil 1809, to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera, the winter oaoi- 
paign of 1810 in the Lines of Lisbon, actions of Campo Mayor and Los Santos, battles of Baaaco 
and Albuhera, action of Usagre, sieges of Ciudsd Bodrigo and Badajos, battles of Vittoria and 
Toulouse^ Commanded a squadron at the brilliant cava&y affiiir of Usagre, where three Fraacfti 
regiments were defeated by the 3rd Dragoon Guards. 

149 Lieut-Cokmel Estcourt served m the expedition to the river Euphrates, frx>m Jan. 1835 
to Jane 1837 1 and ae a nmrk of approbation of his conduct and exertions, he was promoted to 
the brevet rank of Lieut-ColoneL 

150 Lient-Colonel Tronson served in the West Indies from 1808 to 1812, indading the eap* 
tore of Martinique and siege of Fort Bourbon in 1809, and capture of Gosdaloupe in 1810. The 
campaigns of 18 13, 1 4, and 1 5, in Canada, including the operations against Plattsburg. Thramrh* 
out the Bormese war, and was preaant at Kokein, I5th Dec 1826, Pagoda Pomt, Napadie^ 
Mahadl% Mallooiw wb»a tha ooouund of the 13th devolved upon himp and on the 9tk Fab» 



yfcar Servieei of the Lieutenant'^CoIoneU. 69a 

1816, at iSbm ■totmlng of F«g«Bmek wliere ke wm wounded in the right leg, hut eontinned to lead 
the left wing until most seTerely woimded in the left leg, where the hall still remains. Serred 
tiie eanpaign in A%hanistan under Lord Keane, and commanded the I3th at the assault and 
capture of the Fortress and Citadel of Ghuznee, for which he obtained the breyet rank of Lieut* 
Cmou^ Commanded the regiment thronghoat the campaign in Kohistan, and at the sieges of 
Tootumdanali, Jhodg^or (led and commanded the storming party), night attack at Baboo 
Kooah Ghor, Kardurah, and Ferwandnrrah, when Dost Mahomed snrrei&ered, and the force 
returned to CabuL 

151 Lieat-GoL M'Dowell serred at the siege and capture of Bhnrtpore, in 1825-6; the cam- 
paign in A%hanistan under Lord Keane^ including the siege and capture of Ghuznee; and he 
commanded the 16th Lancers in the action of Mahanjpore. He served also in the campaign oa 
the Satlej in 1846, and commanded the 16th Lancers in the action of Boddiwal, and a Brigade 
of Caval^ in the battle of AliwaL 

153 LasnL-Colanel Faddy, prior to entering the Boval Artillery, was a midshipman on board 
the AnOf at the Mptnre of the Dutch Fleet in Saldanna Bay in 1795 : present at the attack on 
Fort JerooM^ St Domingo^ and at the siege and capture of ue city of ^anto Dominso in 1809 i 
servad in the Peninsula and France from July 1810 to June 1814, inoludioff the siege of San 
Sebastian, paasace of the Adonr, inTestment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, besides 
tariooa minor afiirs. 

153 Liaot •Colonel Maobean's serrioes :~Siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; expedition to 
Sweden, and sabseqoently to the Peninsula under Sir John Moore ; expedidon to Wsloheren, 
and eioffe of Flushing i campaign of 1815, indnding the battle of Waterloo. 

154 Sir Gamard lie Marohant serred as Adjutant-General to the Anglo- Spanish Legion, 
and Brigadier-Geneial in the Spanish sendee dunng the years 1835, 6, and 7. Was present at 
the relier of Bilboa and affair before that town in S^t 1835. Engaf^ on the heights of Aria- 
baa, in Alara, on the 16di, 17th, and 18th Jan.; m raising the siege of San Sebastian, and 
stonning the Lines 5th May i passage of the Urmea, and taunR of Passages 28th May; in the 
general action before Alza Oct 1836, besides sereral affairs in Guipozooa, as also in the gene* 
ral aetiona of the lOth, 13th, 15th, and 16th March before HemanL For these services he re- 
ceived a medal. 

155 Lient-Colonel Warren joined the 65 th in India in 1808, and was present at the capture 
of Ras-el-Khima, Soheenas, and Lnft, in the Persian Gnlf— sererelv wounded at LufL He was 
afterwards present at the siege and cloture of Noa Nnggur ; at the attack and ospture of the 
Maoritias ; and of Dheengi and Aniar. Serred the ]£inratta campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18, 
and was Muor of Brigade to Colonel Milnes in the attack on the Peuhwa's Camp and Army at 
Poooai and during the subsequent pursuit of His Highness. M^jor of Brigade at the attack and 
esealade of Bhooj-lUiooj. In 1619 and 20 he serred on the expedition to the Persian Golf under 
Sir William Kier Granti and was again present at the capture of Bas-el-Khima, and also of the 
Bill Fort of Zyah. 

156 Lievt-ColoBel Walpole served the campaign against the B^jah of Coorg, in 1834, with 
the 39th regiment 

157 Lieat-Coloael Smffleton serred in the Peninsula from 1811 to 1613, and was slightly 
wovsded at the siege of ttie fbrts at Salamanoay and twice seroely wounded at the batUe of 



\SS lieut-CoIoael Charles Blsehley served in the Peninsula from July 1809 to December 
1813, inolnding the battles of Bnsaco^ Fuentes d*Onor, and Salamanca, and siege of Bureos. 

159 Lieut-Colonel Moor served hi the Peninsula from June 1809 to June 1813, including the 
battles of Bnsaoo, Fuentes d*Onor, and Salamanca ; sieges of Cindad Bodrigo and Ba^yos, 
astioa at Caslrajon, and twelve other a&irs with the enemy, 

160 Lieot-Colonel Marlay served at the battle of Trafalgar. 

161 Lieiit*Coloael Marshall served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1811 to Oct 1813, including 
tha flftt ah^ of Baduos, siesm and storm of Cindad Bodrigo, siege and storm of San Sebastian* 
Shf^j wmmded at Cindad Bodrigo 16th Jan. 1812 ; severely wounded twice bv musket-thots 
at San Sebastian 31st August 1813, when leading the advance of the column of attack np the 



162 laent-Colonel Dunn served the osnipaign of 1805 in Italy i battle of Maida and capture 
of SeyBa Castle in 1806; expedition to Bgypt in 1807, including the attack on Alexandria and 
Boaetta, and battle of Bl Hamet (taken prisoner). Defence of Soy 11a Castle in 1808 ', Peninsular 
eampaigBS of 1810 and 1 1, including the siege of Cindad Bodrigo, operations between the Aguada 
and Alasflida, battles of the CoSt Busaco, imd Albuhera ; aoUoni at Usagre and Aldea de Ponte, 
at whiob last he was severely wounded in the sroin by a musket ball, which remains unextracted. 
Served also in the American war in 1814, inouiding the taking of Moose Island, and occupation 
ofCastine. 

163 Lieot-Colonel Pratt served the campaign of 1614 in Holland, as a volunteer with the 
56tii rei^Bienti and was present at the attacK on Merxem, 2nd Feb., and the subsequent bom- 
bardniMst of Antwerp, m served with the 26th on the China expedition (Medal), and oom« 
mended tiio land fiMnma at the assault and capture of the Forts of Chuenpee on the 7th Jan* 
1841, and again at the assMilt and capture of the Bogue Forts on the 26th Feb. following. 



895 War Services of the Lieutenant^Colanels. 

Commanded the 26th at the attacks on Canton from 24th May to 1st Jane i also at theoight 
attack on Nin^rpo, at Segoan, Chapoo, Woosung» Shanghai, and at Chin Kiang Foo. 

165 Lieut.-Colonel Felix serred the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wonnded at Quatre 
Bras. 

166 Lient-Colonel Harty serred with the 33rd at the captore of Bonrbon and the Itle of 
France in 1810 ; the campugns of 1813 and 14 in Gkrmany and Holland, indnding both the 
attacks on Merzem, and tne auanlt on Bergen-op-Zoom. Abo the campaign of 1815, indnding 
the battle of Qaatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo^— slightly 
wonnded. 

167 Lieut -Colonel Bayly served the campaign in Italy in 1805 ; battle of Maida and siege of 
Scylla in 1806 ; expedition to Ezypt in 1807, including the captore of Alexandria and Bosetta. 
Captore of lachia in 1809; attadTon an armed ship aad gnn-boats in the bay of Seylla in 1810 ; 
witn the Artillery on the eastern omst of Spain in 1813, and present at the inrestment of one of 
the sieges of Tarragona. 

168 Lient-Colonel Sinelair^a serrioes i—Expedition to Zealand in 1807 ; expedition to 
Portugal and battle of Corunna; expedition to the Scheldt in 1809; Peninsular campaigns 
from Feb. 1811 to Aug. 1814, including the assault on Badajoz in 1812, sffiiir of Villa Muriel, 
battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees ; passage of the Bidassoa, Nirelle and Nive, 
and sortie from Bayonne, besides yarious minor affairs. Serred also the campaign of 1815, 
Including the battle of Waterloa 

169 Lient-Colonel Crabbe served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1810 to the 31st Dec. 1812, and 
again from June 1813 to the end of the war, including the whole of the retreat to the lines of 
^rres Vedras ; battle of Bnsaco ; the advance from the lines to Guarda ; first siege of 
Badajoz ; siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo ; siege and storm of Badajos ; batUe of 
Salamanca ; capture of Madrid, and subsequent retreat Uirough Spain ; battles of NiveUe, Nive^ 
Vic, Tarbes, Orthes, and Toulouse, and the whole of the various minor affairs during that 
period. Wounded 15th March 1811, at Fos d'Arouoe, when commanding a party which drove 
a French piquet from the said village. Wounded again at Toulouse, when attaddng the TSte 
du Pont. 

170 Lient-Colonel C. C. Mitchell embarked for the Penmsula in 1810 ; commanded a 
oompany of Portuguese artillery at the siege and capture of Badtyos, and commanded a nine- 
pounder battery of field artillery at the battles of Vittoria and Toulouse, for which he has 
received a medal and one dasp. 

171 Lient-Cdonel Meade serred with the 88th in the Peninsula in the campaigns of 1811, 13, 
13, and 14, indnding the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badges in 1811, battle of 
Salamanca (wounded J, siege and storming of Badajos, passage of the Nivelle and the Nive^ 
battles of Orthes and Toulouse. In 1814 he accompanied his Regiment to America, and the 
following year Joined the army of occupation in France. In 1821 he embarked foot India on the 
Staif of Sir Thomas Bey nell, and was at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore, for the captors <^ 
whidi fortress he reoeived the rank of M^or* 

172 Lient-Colond Wildman served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanden, with tha 7th 
Hussars, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

173 Lieut-Colonel Forster served with the Soots Fusilier Guards before Bayonne in 1814. 

174 Lient-Colonel Beetham served in the Egyptian expedition of 1807 ; also at the taking of 
Santa Maura. 

176 Lieut-Colonel Goldsmid served in the Peninsula with the 12th Light Dragoons, from 
1812 to the end of that war in 1814, indnding the cavaliy affairs at Castrajon, Quintara de 
Puerta, and Monasterio; battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, and siege of San Sebastian. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloa 

177 lieut-Colonel MacArthur was present as an Ensign in the 60th at the battle of Conmna. 
He afterwards served with the 39th in Sicily, and again in Spain, where he was engaged with 
the enemy at Vittoria, in the Pjnrenees, at the Nivdle and the Nive, at Bayonne, Orthes, and 
Toulouse, and where he also served on the personal staff of the late Lt-Qen. Sir Robert 
O'Callagfaan. He accompanied his regiment from Bourdeanz to Canada, and afterwards aarred 
with iC in the Army of Occupation in France. 

179 Lieut-Colonel Maodowall served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 52nd, 
including the actions at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp. 

180 Lient.-Colonel Hely served with the 57 th in the Peninsula ; and having joined Lord 
Hiirs division in 1809, he was afterwards present at the battle of Bataoo, in the actions of 
Pombal and Redinha, the first siogo of Badajoz, battle of Albubera — where he was twice 
wounded, and held the command of the regiment after that action ; battles of the Pyrenees, 
NiveUe, Nive, and that before Bayonne on the 13th Dec 1813 t affairs of Peraohe, Aire, and 
Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Sailed for Canada at the condusion of this war \ retomed 
after the peace with America, landing at Ostond ; marehwi to Paris, and served with the Army 
of Occupation until the breaking up of that force. 

181 Sir Hennr Bayly served the campaign of 1806-9, including the battle of Corunna. He 
served also on the Waleheren Expedition, and subsequently in the Peninsula, and was present 
at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, the seoond siege of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, and sSormiBg 



TTfsr Services of the lAeutenani^Cohneh. 89c 

of Fert SL ChratOTal, capture of Madrid, battle of Vittoria» battles of the Pyrenees on the dOth 
and 31st July 1813. At Ijasaca he lost his left aim. 

182 Xiieut-Colonel Bowers was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

183 Ijient.-Colonel Georee Browne served with the 23rd in Portagal and Spain»inl808-9» in- 
elnding the retreat to, and battle of Corunna. On the expedition te Walcheren in 1809 ; the 
Pentnsnlar campaigns of 1810, 11, 12, and 13, indudine the siece of 01iTen9a, first inrestment 
of Badajoa, battle of Albnhera, affairs of Faente Gninaldo and Aldea de Ponte, siege of Ciudad 
BodrigOk siege and assanlt of Badajoz, battle of Sslamanca, retreat i^om Madrid, aroir at Osma» 
and bathes of Yittoria and the Pyrenees. Very sererelv wounded at the assanlt of Badtjo^ 
slightly at Salamanca, and rery sererely wounded at the Pass of BonoesTalles in the P^nees. 

185 Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell senred with the 95th (Rifle Brigade) at the sieges of 
Ciudad Bodriso and Badajoz ; and on the Quarter-Master-Oenerars staff until the termination 
of the Peninswar war, when he was sent bsck to Spain and PortogsJ on a special mission to make 
snrreys of the fields of battle and positions of the armies. 

187 Lieut -Colonel Harding served in the Peninsula with the 5th from Aug. 1812, to the end 
of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Burgos and Madrid, battle of Yittoria, blooliade 
of Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees from the 26th to the 29th July, the Nivelle and the Nive 
(from 9th to 13th Dec.) ; passage of the G£tve d'Oleron, battle of Orthes, actions of Yio Bigorre 
and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. 

189 lieut -Colonel Burney served at the capture of Ischia and Frocida, in 1809 $ defence of 
Cadiz in 1810 ; action of the Coa and Sabu^al, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, retreat from Burgos. 
Served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, mduding the action at Merxem, bombardment of 
Antwerp, and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Engaged in the Burmese war at the attack of 
Padowa Pass and the fortified positions of Mohatee ; storming the stockades and lulls near, and 
taking the town and works of Arracan. Wounded on the 16th June 1815, at Quatre Bras, by a 
masket-shot in the left shin, and dangerously by a ball which entered the back part of the head. 

191 Ueut-Colonel Bochfort was at the capture of the Isle of Pranoe in 1810 ; and of Java in 
1811, including capture of Cornelis, stonning of Serandola and Fort Djocjocarta. Storming of 
redoubts at the island of Borneo ; Nepaul campaign in 1814 $ siege and storm of Hattras ; 
Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; siege and storm of Bhurtpore 1825 and 6. 

192 Lieut.-Co)onel Leslie served with the 54th at the attack and capture of St Domingo in 
1809 ; in Stralsund under General Gibbs in 1813 ; the subsequent campaign in Holland tmder 
Lord Ljnedoch, including the attack on Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp. Campaign of 
1815 under the Duke of Wellington ; commanded and led the storming party at Cambray on the 
24th June. Served at the Cape of Gfood Hope in 1819. Also in the Burmese war } commanded 
and led the left column at the Pass on the 26th March 1825 ; and on the following day oom- 
nanded and led the 54th at the attack and capture of Mahatee, as also at the assault and 
capture of Arracan on the 1st April, and at the attack and capture of Bamree in May 1825. 

193 Lieut-Colonel Botton served in the Peninsula from April 1812 to June 1813, including 
the battle of Salamanca. Present at Waterloo on the 16th, 17th, and 18th June. Served also 
at the sAege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

195 Lieut-Colonel Gray accompanied the expedition which sailed under Sir David Baird, in 
1805, and was present at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, Jan. 1806. Accompanied the 
diviatofi sent from the Cape to co-operate with the expedition from India for the reduction of the 
Isle of Prance, having resigned the situation of Maior of Brigade to the Boyal Artillery at the 
Cape, to accompany the division as a volunteer. Wrecked in the King George transport, 1st 
Not. 1805 (on whi& occasion Brigadier- Gkneral York was drowned), and saved several lives 
by his personal exertions, baring been the last taken frt>m the rocks li^ the boats of the Leda 
frigate. 

196 Lieut-Colonel Fogo served in America during the whole war, including the battle of 
Plattsbnrg. 

197 Lieut-Colonel the Honourable William Arbuthnott served in the Peninsula, and was 
present at the passage of the Douro, and the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco. 

198 Ident-Colonel Henry Blachley served in the Peninsula and France from Feb. 1812 to 
Aug. 1814, including the siege and capture of Badajoz, affair of Castrajon, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Betiro, siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence, afiair of Osma, battle 
ofvittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian (both operations), passage of the Bidassoa and 
the Nivelle, actions of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813, in front of Bayoune, passage of 
the Adour, investment of Bavonne and repulse of the sortie, on which occasion he was wounded 
in the head by a musket-balL 

199 lAeut-Colonel Stojpford-Blair served on the expedition to South America in 1807. The 
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (received a contusion), and 
capture of Paris. 

200 Lieut-Colonel Belson served in the Peninsula and South of France from July 1809 to the 
end of the war in 1814, including the retreat from Talavera, action in front of Almeida, action 
of the Coa, battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Bedinha, Cazal Nova, Foz d'Arouce, and 
Ssbogal; battle of Fuentes d'Chior, action on the heights of the Agueda, sieges of Ciudad Bod- 
rigo aad Bad^os, actions at Castrf^on, San Mnnos, San Mikn, and Osma; battle of Yittoria, 
•otioii widi the Flreneh, 26kh June 1813, in the momhig before they entered Pampeluna, in 



S9d War Sertices of the Lkuienant-CohneU. 

wUoli he Oftpiond their lest gun' from '^ttoria) aotioiii in the ^rreneee, ptinfle of the 
NiTelle, Nlve^ and Qkre d'Oleron ; end bettle of Orthet, betidef Tuioni minor tlkin and 
■kirmithea. 

203 Liant-Colonel Hall lerred in the Peninanla from 1812 to the end of that war In ISU^ 
jmAnAing tfie retreat from Borgoa, passage of the Bidassoa» battles of the NiTelle and the NiTe, 
InTeatment of Bayonne, actions of vie Biffone and Tarbes, and battle of Tooloose. Serred the 
campaign of 1815, indodlng the battle of Waterloo (wounded), and with the Army of Ooonpib* 
tion. Also in Canada, as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General doring the distorbanoe of 1888; 
and as Military Seoretsry to the Governor- General in 1839 and 1840. 

203 lient-Colonel Head serred with the 93rd dnring the expedition to the Southsm States of 
America, and the campaign against New Orleans. A^ed ai Auistant-Qaarter-Master-General 
to the Force assembled before Koli^ore in the Southern Mahratta oountry in 1827. Employed 
in Canada on a partionlar service in the late insurrection. 

204 Lieut-Colonel M<Niyen served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, induding the investment 
of Bavonne in 1813, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse^ where he was 
aeverely wounded near the groin by a musket-ball, while canrying the regimental colour of the 
42nd Ui^hlanders. In 1840 he was appointed on a particular service, as Amistant- A«\j«tnnt* 
General m Syria. 

205 L&eut.»Colonel Hewes served on board the Rainbow, of 24 guns in the West Indlea, and 
was in a severe action with La Neretdtf French frigate of 44 guns, off Cape Tlberon,«and bent 
her off i emploved on the coast of Catalonia and Corsica, and present at the cutting out La Pair, 
Genoese vessel armed with four guns, and moored to the battertee at GheragUo, near Cape Corset 
he was at the attack on Leghorn in 1813, by Sir Josias Bowley, and present at the otagtan of 
Genoa by Lord Wul Bentmck. 

206 Lient-Colonel Molesworth served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807. 

208 Lieut-Cobnel TVUHngton served in the Kast Indies from May 1813 to May 1823, inefaid- 
ing the campaigns of 1815 and 16 in Kattywar and Eutch; taking of Aqjsr; Deoloan caoipalgna 
of 1817 and 18; campaticn of 1819 in Kandish; and in Eatoh in 1820. 

210 Lieut-Colonel Westmore served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland^ 
including both attacks on Merzem, and the assault on Bergen-op-Zooms served at Waterloo on 
the 16th, 17th, and 18th June, and was severely wounded. 

211 Lieut-Colonel Cbadi served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. 

212 Lieut-Colonel Pattiseon served irith the 13th at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of 
Guadaloupe in 1810; in Canada during the American war in 1813 and 14; in the Barmeee war 
in 1824, 25, and 26, inoludinff the capture of Baoffoon, storming the stookadsa at Eumaroot^ 
Eokien (severely wounded), Mapadee, Melloon, ana Pagahm Mew; and he was also present at 
the repnlie of the enemy before the Lines of Bangoon on the 1st De& 1824. Ssrved also 
througnout the operationi In A^dbanistan and Beloocniitan, and was present at the storm and 
capture of Ghumee, operations in &ohistan, including the capture of Tootnmdunrah and Jool^uri 
and he was afterwards at Jellalabad during its famous defrnoe by Sir Bobsrt Sale. He has 
reoeived medale for Ghum^ end for Jellalabad. 

213 Lleut-CoL Simmons served in the Peninsula, as a volunteer with the 34tb, and aftsrwaide 
as an officer in the 23rd, and in the Bifle Brigade, from Sept 1811 to the end of that war In 1814. 
including the storming of the forts at Almarai, affairs of oan Mnnoe and San Milan, battle ef 
Yittoria} acti«ms at TansI Bridge and Bobalar, storraing Vera Heights, crossing the Bidassoa, 
battle of Kivelle^ battlee of the Mive, on the 10th, lltb, and 12th Dec. 1813. Served with the 
41st throughout the Burmese war, and was present at the storming of Bangoon and Syrian 
Pagoda, led the head of the left column storming the trenches in frt>nt of the Dagon Pagod% 
storming a strong stockade In front of the Dagon Pagoda. Commanded the left wing of the 
41st regiment In the field againit the Eolapore HajaL Served with the regiment during the 
caa^aign of 1842 in Afehanlstan, and coauaanded a oohmm of attaok in the aotlon of the 98th 
April in the Pisbeen Vdley t preeent also in the actions near Candahar, at Goaine, and befcce 
Gnnaatei oecnpatton and deetrnction of that fortress and of Cabool; expedition Into Eohielan; 
storm, cantore, and destructioa of Istalii( and in the Tarious minor affiurs in and between the 
Bolan and the Eyber Passes. 

214 Llent«CoIonel Malcolm served on the China expedition. 

215 Uent-Cdonel Donald Campbell served nt Walcheren. in 1809. 

218 Lieut-Colonel Farquharson served at the oapture of the Isle of IVanoe in 1810. Capture 
of the fort of Now Nuggar in Eallywar, Feb. 1814. On the borders of Scindia's country In 1814 
and 15. Capture of iSrls of Joorin, Augnat 1815, Aqjar and Ehunooote^ Feb.. IMdngee and 
Dwarka, March 1816. Aeticn and capture of Poena, 17th Maroh 1817. At Asblee, 2tst Feb. 

1818, the MahratU General Gokla kilted, and Satteria Beya captured. Storm of Euloh Booje 
Fort, Marsh 1819. Captare of the forts of l?as»el-Eymn and Zaau^ 8ih and 22nd Dec 

1819. Served also fai Arabia in 1812, and was prseent in the aotlon of Beni-Boo-All, Sad 
March. 

219 lient-Colonel Vigors served during the campaigns of 1838 and 39 in Al%hanlataai 
Commanded the two flaA eompaniea of the 13th, which formed a part of the detaohment 
Sir B. Sale amit to Ginshk la pvnit of KhMadslKhaa, Inlander of Ondahar. ^ 



War Senriees of the Lieutenant^Coloneh. 89e 

the kft flank eooiMiiy with tli« idTtaoe^ under Colonel Dennie» at the AMMilt and o^ptiffe of 
the fort of Ghnmee. 

S20 Ideak-Colonel Whitens serrioee : — Campaign in Spain, imder Sir Jolin Moore, including 
the retreat to and battle of Coronna, where he wat wonsdedL Siege of Floihing, and capture 
of Waloheren; oampaigni in Canada, from No?. 1813, to the end ofue war. 

321 lienl'Colonel Himt aerred on Hie expedition to Hanover in 1805, and to Madeira in 
1808; the fampaign and battle of Conmnai and in the Peninaula, from Feb. 1812 to the end of 
the war in 1614; and eabaequenilir in the American war. 

222 lieot- Colonel Bray serred the Mahratta campaigns of 1817, 18, and 19, and was preaent 
It the aiegea and c^tores of Byghnr, Amolnier, and Aaaeerghur. He wae on board the nnfor^ 
sate ahin Xemi, which waa horned in the Bay of Biscay, 1st March 1625. Commanded the 
39th in the action of Maharajpore, and was seTorelv wounded. 

223 lieot-CoIonel Hodgson serred with the 45tn in the Burmese war. 

224 lient-Colonel Sedley senred in the Peninsula from Mar. 1812 to Dec 1813, including 
the taking of the forts and the a&ir of the Guarena, battle of Salamanca, actions at Osma, 
Sabogannn de Morrilla, (severely wounded through the lunss), and Pyrenees, 31st Aug. 
Wounded on Uie 18th June at Waterloa Served also in tiie Burmese war, dnrins tiie latter 
pert of which he was detached with the command of two companies to keep open ue commu- 
nication on the Irrawaddy between Bancoou and the army unoer Sir Archibala Campbell. 

225 Lieut* Colonel Master served with the 4th Light Dragoons durinsr the campaign in 
A%beiiiatan, under Lord Eeane^ and was present at the siege and capture of Ghuxn^e. 

226 Lient.-Colonel Mundy served at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore as Aide-de-oanq^ to 
Lord Combennere. 

I 227 lient-Colonel M'Cleverty served the campaign agunst the Biyah of Cooig, in April 1834, 
with the 48th regiment. 

228 Lieut.*Coionel Grierson served at Cadiz during parts of 1812 and 1813, and afterwarda 
on the eaatem coast of Spain. 

229 XienL-Colonel SandUands served with the expedition to Walcheren; also the campaign 
of 1815, and was engaged on the 17th June with the Horse Artillery in covering tiie retiring 
movement from Qoatre Bras, and on the 18th of June he was present at the battie of Waterloo. 

230 Lieut-Colonel Prenoh served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1813 to the vad of the war, 
including siece of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, batties of the Kivelle and Klve, ana 
investasent of Bayonnew Served also in the American war, including the actions of Bladenaburg^ 
Baltiaoie^ New Orleans, and Fort Bowrer. 

231 Llent«-Colonel Bainbrigge served with the 20th in the Peninsula, in 1808 and 9, and again 
in 1812 and 13, and was present at the batties of Yimiera, Corunna, Yittoria, and the Pyrenees, 
where ha was twioe wounded and lost an amu Served also in the Walcheren expedition. 

232 Lt-Colonel Thomaa Wright was slightiy wounded at Waterloo. 

233 Lt-Colonel Barralier semd at the capture of Martinique in 1809, aa Acting Asaistmt 
Tfnjpneer, Aide-de-camn to Sir G. Beckwith at the first capture of Guadeloupe in 1810| and 
Acting Ajsist-Quarter-Master-General at its second capture in 1815. 

234 Lt-Colonel James Henderson served with the 92a at the siege of Copenhagen and action 
at Kioflpe in 1807; with the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under 
Sir J<»n Moore in 1808-9, including the action at Lugo, and battie o? Corunna. On the 
expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Served the campaigns of 1814 and 16 in France and 
Fiandera with the 71st, including the a£Gur of Tarbes, and battles of Toulouse and Waterloo, 
at whSflk laal he waa aeverely wounded in the thigh by a grape-shot 

237 Lt-Colonel Swinbum served with the 4dd at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807; the 
T^«g" of 1808 in Portugal,— wounded in the head on the retreat to Yigo. Subeequent 
'^"T^'f^ ^ ^® Peninsula until 1812, including the action of the Coa, battie of Fuentea 
d*Onor, action of Sabucal, battie of Bosaoo, retreat to and occupation of the Lines of Torres 
Yetos^ subeequent advance in pursuit of Massena, and actions of Pombal and Bedinhar— 
woarndsd in the hinw Joined the army at Toulouse m April 1814. Present at New Orleana 
in Jan. 1815* 8ubs«)uently joined the Duke of Wellington's army at Brussels, was present 
at the capture of Paris, ana remained with the Army of Oocupation until the end of 1818. 

238 Lt-CoUmel Robert Kelly served in the Peninsula with the 5th battalion of the 60th, 
and waa leverely wounded in action with the enemy, 19th March 1814. 

239 Lt-Cokmel Thomaa Kelly served with the late 26th Lt Dra^;oons during the latter 
nan of the Carib war in St Yincent He afterwarda accompanied his Begt to Porti]^ and 
noaa thenee to Egypt— the Transport in which he embarked was attacked by a Spanish Gun 
Boat, whioh, after a sharp conflict was beaten off. He served at the siege of Aboukir Castie^ 
with the dismounted part of his Begt He waa also present in the action of the 21st March 
1801, and in the afiEur of the advanoe of the army to the westward of Alexandria under Sir 
Eyre Coote. He was wounded in a night attack on the enemy's outposts on the 25th Aue, 
uMi, with a small detachment, he drove in the cavalry piquet, and captured the whole of £e 
infiuitry piquets ^posed to him, which were much more numerous than his own party. He 
has leeemd tito Sfirptian medal 

240 Lt-Colonel CL A. Bayley served in the Penuiiula in 1808, 9, 10, 11, tad part of 1812, 



89^ Wat Services qfthe Lieutenant' Cdaneb, 

■ad WM mient at the aiEilr of Alberchs, and battle of Tala^era, as A^ataat of tlia 31it 
Appointed Deputy* AMistaat-A^atant-Qenenl, in Jan. 1810, and attached to the id ditiiSoii 
nnder Lord mil, in which capacity he serred during the retreat to the lines of Torrea Yedras, 
and snbseqnent advance and pannit of Massena; also at the trat siege of Badajos, the aflUn 
of Campo Mayor and Olivenca, and other minor aflfUrs during the operations in Istramadnraa 
nnder Marshal Beresford. He was likewise present at the battle of Albohera» and al the 
action of Arroyo de Molino, for which he receiTcd promotion. 

241 Lt-Colonel 0*Beilly served in the Peniosala with the 4th Dragoon Gnards. 

243 Lt-Colonel Bnrrowes served with the 12th at the capture of the Isle of FnuMe. In 1810, 
and ooounanded a detachment of that Beet in boardins snd captorinff two French Privateers 
off the Isle de la Passe. Conmanded a nattalion of details with a foioe under Coloiiel the 
Honourable Leicester Stanhope in Kattywar» and was in advance at the storm and captore of 
the strong hill fortress of Meettalla. 

243 Lt-Golonel Gloster served in the Peninsula with the 61st from Oct. 1809 to the end of 
that war in 1814, including die battles of Biuaco and Fuentes d*Onor, siege of the forts at 
Salamanca, battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees (28Ui Jnlv to 2d Aug.)i the iHvelle, the Ntve 
(9th to 13th Dec), Orthes, and Toulouse. Wounded in the left arm at the battle of Salamanca, 
and through the right breast at Toulouse, the ball passing through the right lobe of the lungs 
and out at the back. 

244 Lt-Colonel Harriott served in the Boyal Staff Corps at the defenoe of Cadis, battle of 
Barrosa, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the NiveUe and the Kive, actions near Btdarti 
aiEur of Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation in France. 

245 Lt-Colonel Boss served the campaigns of 1811, 12, IS, 14, and 15 with the 92d, indodinc 
the actions of Arrovo de Molino, taking of Almaraa, defence of Alba de Tormes, battle m 
Vittoria, affair at the pass of Maya, battles of the Pyrenees, wounded in the left l^g by a 
musket-ball; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, taking the Heij|hts of La Costa, battle of 
Orthes, action at Aire, battles of Toulouse, Quatre Brae— wounded in the left foot by a musket- 
ball} and battle of Waterloo, — ^wounded in the right arm by a musket-balL 

247 Lt-Colonel Fits Maurice served in the Peninsula with the Bifle Brigade from April 
1811 to the end of that war in 1814, inchiding the action of Sabngal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor» 
sieges and assaults of Cindad Bodrigo and l^adijos, action at San Milan, batUe of Vittoria, 
actions at the Bridge of Tanii and Vera, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive (9th, 10th, and 
11th Dec), action of Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse Served also the campaign of 1815, 
including tiie battle of Quatre Bras. Leg broken at the storming of Badajos, rad severely 
wounded in the thi|^by a musket-ball at Quatre Bras. 

249 Lt-Colonel Westlake served with the 26th on the expedition to the north of Spain, 
under Sir Darid Baird, in 1808, and subsequently in the retreat toCorunna, under Sir John 
Moore On the expedition to Waloheren and siege of Flushing in 1809t and in the Peninsula 
from June 1811 to Aug. 1812. Slightly wounded at the siege <n Flushing. 

250 Lt-C^okmel Toung served with the 91st m the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, 
including Uie battles of Boleia, Yimiera, Calcavellus, and Oirunna. On the expeditioii to 
Waloheren in 1809; the Peniasular campaigns from Oct 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, 
including the battles of the Nivelle, the Nive (10th, 11th, and 12th Dec), Orthes, Tarbes, and 
Toulouse 

251 Lt-C^lonel During served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subse- 
quently from the latter pert of 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, induoing tfie battles of 
Corunna, Vittoria, Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse 

252 Lt-Colonel the Honourable Wm. Noel Hill served in the Barmese war, in 1825 and 26, 
and was present in the actions of Prome and Tandwayn. 

253 Lt-Colonel Charles Stewart served in the Penhisula with the'.71st, from Sept 1810 to 
June 1813, indnding the action at Sobral, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (ilightlT wounded), and 
actions at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraa. 6erved also the campaign of 1815, and was 
present at the battle of Waterloo. 

254 Lt. -Colonel Irwin served hi the Peninsula from April 1809 to Feb^ 1814, including the 
capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Fuentes d*Onor, siege of Badijox, riege and storm of 
Cindad Bodngo, siege of Badaloz and capture of the castle by escalade (7th Apnl 1812), battle 
of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Betiro, battles of Vittoria and the Pyreneef, beaidea 
various ai&trs and skirmishes on the advance and retreat of the army. Served also the 
Kandyan esmpaixns of 1817 and 18 in Ceylon. 

256 Lt-ColonA Flamank served in the Peninsula with the 51st, frtmi Jan. 1811 to the end 
of that war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d*Onor, second liege of Badijos, covering 
the sieges of Cindad Bodrigo and third siees of Badajos, affair in front of Moresco, battle of 
Salamanca, retreat from &ms, battles m ^ttoria and the Pyrenees (30th and 31 st JnlyX 
passage of the Bidassoa, batttos of Ni?elle and St P^ and batae of Orthes. Served also tha 
eampaini of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and capture of Cambray. 

257 Lieut-Colonel Gosset served in Canada hi 1813 and 1814. 

258 Lt-Colonel Wilson served in the battle of TrafiUgar, and was sent with a guard on board 
the lldtfmuo (a Spanish sh^ of the line), and white ha was thos situated tha lldrfmam wia 



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112 
War Services of the Majors. 

1 M^or Bmb twtOMpMitod ihe 78ih to Holland, and wm pr won t at tlia lotttt of IBowsimb, 
Bad in aafvnl othar engagaoMiita on the Waal. He lerred afterwafda with the 87th, at Um 
tttatk on Porto Bkxs and capture of Surinam, and in the Brk^and War in St I^ieia. Alto in 
Sooth Amariea, and was preaent at the siege and captara of Monte Video (where he aoaled the 
valla in the oonunandof uree companiea), and eaptnred a atand of eolonra, and aeenred a qnan- 
ti^ of amw : at the attack on Boenoi Ayret he received three wonndi, one of which carried hia 
kn eye out of ita aocket He aocoaupanied the Begt to the Penuunla ; bat, from the atata of 
hit woonda, waa obliged to return to England. 

1* Major Wolfe ferred the Ejgvptian campaign of 1801, and haa receiTod the medal. 

2 M^or TiMiglande i enred in the Penhunla with the 74tii, and haa raceifed a medal and • 
di^ for the amaidta and ei^tiiret of Giadad Bodrigo and Badi^os, aligliUy wounded at the 
form^, and Mrerely at the latter. 

3 Major de Bfem aenred the oampalgna in Qermaay from 1792 to 1800; in Egypt, in 1801| in 



NaplM in 1805; in Calabria in 1806| in Egvpt in 1807; at the taking of Iidhia in 1809; at 
the nege of Santa Maora in 1810; at the defeat of the French in Siofly, in the aame year; in 
the cimpaigna of 1811, 12, 13, 14 in the Peninsula and South of France. Sererely wounded in 
Qennany on the 30th September 1796; and again at the battle of the Pyrenees, on the 80th 
Jnly 1813. 

4 Major Sptnluff served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. 

5 Major Uaaurton accompanied the 7 th Fusiliers to the Peninsula in Feb^ 1809, and waa 
prment at the capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Bnsaco, lines of Torres Vedraa, sieges 
of Oiodad Bodrigo and Baclajos, battles of Salamanca (scTcrely wounded), Vittoria, Bonces- 
Talks, the heights of Pampeluna, and the Pyrenees, where he was again sererely wounded. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the capture of Paris. 

6 Major Christopher Wilkinson served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, under the Duke of 
Tork. Accompanied the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805, under Lord Cathcart. 

7 Major Sandham served the campaign of 1799 in HoUantl, including the actions of the 27th 
Asg^ 10th and 19th Sept, and 2d Oct. Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807 ; to Sweden, and 
atowards to Portugal luid Snain, under Sir John Moore in 1808-9 ; subsequently to Walcheren^ 
in 1809; Uiecampaign in Holland, in 1814; and in Flanders and France^ in 1815, including the 
battle of Waterloo. 

8 Major Gk>re served with the 89th regt. in the American war, including the actions at 
Cbrystler*s Farm, 11th Nov. 1813, and Niagara, 25th July 1814, where he was taken prisoner 
sad detained until the end of the war. Served also throughout the Burmese war, and com- 
ninded a detachment under Major Sale in defence of the lines of Bangoon ; the regt was Ave 
tistes in action during the campaign. 

9 Major J. W. Henderson served with the 8th West India Begiment at the capture of the 
Danish West India Islands, in 1801; and was afterwards present at the suppression of the 
mutiny of that regiment at Prince Bnpert's, in Dominica. Served with the 3d West India 
Begiment at the storming and capture of Mome Fortnn^e, in St Lucia, and at the capture of 
Tobago. Joined the 50th after the storming of Almaras, and served in the Peninsula and 
France until the peace of 1814. Severely wounded in the head at the capture of Aire, on the 
2d March 1814. 

10 Major Loard served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from April 1809 to the end of 
the war; as Lieutenant in the 4th Dragoons at the battle of Tdlavera, in tne retreat to the lines 
of Lisbon, occupation of them, actions of Pombal, Bedinha, Condeixa, Campo Mayor, and Loa 
SiQtos; battle of Albuhera, actions of Usagre, Fuente Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte; sieges of 
Ciadad Bodrigo, Badajos, and Burgos, and battle of Vittoria; after which he served as Captain 
in the 1 8th Hussars, at the bittle of the Pyrenees in front of Pampeluna, battles of the Nivelle, 
the Nive, Orthes, Toidouse, and Waterloo, and with the Army of Oocupation in France until 
Aogust 1819. 

1 1 Major Hutton served in'the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, from Aug. 1811 to May 1813. 

12 Major Greatly served in S^uth America, under General Whitelock, in 1807; in Portugal 
and Spain in 1808-9, including (the cavalry action at Benev^nte, and battle of Corunna. Served 
slsoat the.attack and capture of Guadaloupe in 1610. 

13 Major the HononrcU>le Sir Franois Stanhope served in the 11th Foot at the siege of Flush- 
iag, in 1809; and with the Ist Life Guards in the Peninsula aud South of France, and was on 
the Stair at the battle of Toulouse. 

14 Msjor Mill waa slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

15 Major Edward Jonea served as Adjutant of the 77th at Walcheren in 1809; and in the 
Ptfuasnhi firom July 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the action of Kl Bodon, also 
the sieges and assaults of Ciudad Bxlrigo and Badajoz. Severely wounded at the storming of 
OhMhidBodrigOb 

16 Major Adair served with the 27 th in Sicily in 1810 and 11; in the Peninsula and France 
from 181S to the dose of that war in 1814, including the takini? of Alcoy, covering the retreat 
frsm Biar, battle of CasUdla, siege and subsequent blockade of Tarra^na, and actions at Villa 
Pianca. Subsequently in Flanders and France, including ti^e occupation of Paris in 1815. 

IV ISVt 'n^MMkA* SLtt^AvJ m^m^^Ji A»^«1.A U«*«1a ^C /^A«k<*«tVa ««am Ir* 1 QAI • a«ii1 of Wovflimn. in IftSV. 



112 a War Services of the Majors. 

18 Sir Tr«Tor Wbeeler serred in the Penintiila with the 16ih IJght DrtgooDefreB June lAlO 
to the end of that war in 1814, indading the ponvil of Maaeeoa from the Uiieft» afttioM of 
PombaU Bedinha, Foi d'Arouoe, and Sabugal; battle of Fuentee d*Oiiar, adione of LlMrasa attd 
OwtrcjoD, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Boi^goe,^ battles of Vittoria, the NhreUa, and Iha 
Nife, 9ch to ISth Dec. Served ako the campaign of 1815, iaolading the battle of Walefloa 
. 19 Major H.A.Fraeer tarred with the 4Sd in Portugal and Spam, in 1808*9, m&der Sir John 
Moore, including the batUe of Corunna, on the expedition to WaJcheren in 1809; thePeaiBsala^ 
campaigni from Aug. 1810 to Dec 1812, and again from Feb. to July 1814, inehidiDg the battles 
of Busaco and Fuentee d*Oaor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, l>attle of SslamaDca^ siege of fintgos^ 
(severely wooaded through the hoAy by a musket-shot), and battle of Tonloou^ whart Im ans 
again severely wounded, a musket* ball having entered the right thigh. Served alio the caosN 
paign of 1815,lncladingthebattleaof Quatre Bras and Waterloo^ at which latter he was riighily 
wounded. 

21 Major Wm. Smith served at the capture of Martinique m 1809, as Adjutant of the 63d. 

22 Major Here served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the medaL 

2S MAJor Lawrence served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the medaL 

24 Major B. & Wilkinson served on board H. M. S. Dumede, in Lord Duncan's aaet olT 
Gampeidown, blockading the Dutch fleet in the Texel in 1798; after which praeesded to ladm 
and fdl in with a large body of Malay pirates off Batavia, which were completely de s tro y ad* 
On board the LtoMiitr at the capture of the V\Xit de Milan French frigate, ana reea p tnfa of the 
Cieopmir<h off Bermuda. Served also in the expedition on the north coast of Spain, mdar Sir 
James Malcolm and Captain Parka. Major WiUunson has served in every quarter of the ^ohe^ 
and was taken prisoner by the Americans near Norfolk in Viiginta while oarryfaig despdtehea. 
Medal for servioea in Sgypt 

25 Major James Johnston served at the taking of Madeira in 1807 1 capture of Oaadakna 
and dependeneies, St Martta's, and St Eostattus in 1810| also one campaign against the 



26 M%jor Goate*s services:— Expedition to Germany in 1805 under Lord Cathcart; 
the heights of Soril, siege of Fort Bourbon, and capture of Martinique in 1808; Nepaol war In 
1815, and was engaged on the heights of Muckwanpore, 15th Dec.; capture of TTattrem in 1«16| 
Mahratta and Pindaree campaigns of 1817 and 18^ Burmese war in 1825 and 28. 

28 Major Hunt served at Hanover, in 1805, and 1806; at Copenhagen in 1807 1 aad in the 
Peninsula from Sept 1810 to May 1812, including the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo. 

39 Major Shadweli Gierke served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and first part mi 
181 1» inclading the battles of Boleia and Vimiera, retreat to Comnna, actions at Lugo and 
before Conmna, battle of Corunna (contused on the forehead by a musket^'haU), oper sAna on 
the Coa during the siege and battle of AlmMda, battle of Busaco, retreat to the Unea of Tosna 
Vedras, alTair near Lena, and actions of Pombal and Bedinha, at which last ha was aetafalj 
womided in the right kg, which was afterwards amputated. 

80 Major Kitson served throughout the Kandian war of 1817, 18, and 19. 

81 Major Noel served in St. Domingo in 1796, 97, and 98, under (Generals Boyer and Sir 
Brent Spencer, and was wounded in the right thigh, when the French attacked the Gotdon 
of Posts. Served also at the capture of St. Lucia, Tobago, and tho colonies of Demenafa* 
Essequibo, and Berbice. 

SS Major Sharer served in the Peninsula with the 34th from July 1809 to Deo. 1811, and 
from August 1812 to July 1813, induding the battles of Busaco, Albuhera, Arroyo de MolioOy 
Vittoria, and Maya in thie Pyrenees. 

84 Major Mallng served at Copenhagen in 1807, and in the Peninsula in 1808. 

35 Major Samuel Thorpe served with the 23rd in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, ia^ 
dnding the action at Lugo and battle of Corunna. Capture of Waloheren in 1809. Snbsa* 

Saently in the Peninsula, including the siege of Oliven^a, siege of Badajox in 1611,baltlacf 
Jbuhera (twice wounded). Served with the 39th at the battle of Toulouie, whan ha was 
again severely wounded. Also in the American war at Plattsbnrg; and anbieqaiBtly at tha 
capture of Paris. 

36 Major Begbie served in the Peninsula with the 82nd from Aug. 1808 to Kb?* 1809, in- 
cluding the capture of Oporto aad battle of Tslavora, 

38 Major Macpherson served in Hanover in 1605 and 6; at Boenos Ayvea in 1807; in Par* 
tqgal and Spain from July 1808 to Jan. 1809, including the battles of Boleia and Vimiara; 
action at Lugo, and battle of (>>miina. With the expedition to Wdchereo, aad slega of Flusli* 
iag, where be waa woimded; the Peninsular campaigns from May to Bea 1812, iirrfajinf Um 
liattlo of Salamancs, where he was severelv wonnued. 

39 Major Hartman served in the expedition to Hanover in 1805-6) at the siege «f GopaA* 
bagen in 1807; in Swcd«ai, Portugal, and Spain in 1808-9, iaoluding the advance aad letraftt af 
the army and in the Iwttle of Coiiinna. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809; subiequeOt asHpaigiia 
in the Peninsula and France, including the defence of Tarifa and aiBur of Casas V^|u« bat* 
tie ef Barrosa, actions of Arroyo del Molino and Almarez, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrsneea 
(25th, 30th, and 3l8t July), Pass of Maya. Nivelle, Kive, Bayonne, and Orthes; a&ir at St. 
Palais, and battle of Toulouse. 

40 Major Pinckney served with the 86th on the expedition to South America* ^"i??a«*ing 



War Services of the Majors. 112 J 

1809, incladmg the battles of Holeia and Yimiera. On the expedition to WalcheKn in 1809; 
receiTed the flag of trace at the outpost at the attack and capture o1 Ter Vere; present also at 
Hiddieburgh and Flushing. 

41 M«jiir Mackay served with the 68th on the expedition to Walchereo, and at the capttBrt 
of Flokhiog in 1809. Alio in the PeoiDsda from June 1811 to the end of that war io 1814, in- 
oladQig the battle of fialemaaea, fetreaS from Burgos, and battles d Yitteria (wounded in the 
hea4>v the Fjreneea, the KireUe, and Orthes. 

42 JiBJsir Auhin sewed ia the Peninsula from Nov. 181 1 to the «&d of the war^ ineluding 
tbrbaatleaofVlttoite, the Pjrpneea, 26th, 2801, 80th, and 31st July; Nivelle, Nimi, SSb, 11th, 
sod latii Use. 1813, besides many other minor actions and skirmishes. Seterely wounded 
tfattMgb the left aide^ in action at Coaohez, 18th Haieh 1814. Serred subsaqaently tn the 



• 4ft Msjor jBcowb serred the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 21st, and was psesssit al 
the 9tonniog of Bsrgen-op-Zoom. 

44 M^for WilliaBBi Seward served with the 9th in the Peninsula* from Aur 1808 io Jan« 1809, 
sad was p fu a sn t al the battle of Vimiera; on the expedition to Waleheren ul 1809 i and iiubso 
^Mntl/ lAthe Penmsi^, including the defence of Tarifa, battles of BarroM (wounded), Yit- 
toris, and the Nire, and blocksde of Bayoune. 

45 Major Stack served in the Peninsula with the 24th from June 1609 to Feb. 1813, and 
sgsin from 2nd Dec. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera 
(wounded) and Busaco, actions at Espinal and Foe d'Arouce, repulse of a sortie at Ciudad 
fiDddgo, bsiila of Salamanca, capture of the Retire at Madrid, taking of the hills aad out- 
WDfeka before Burgos, siege of Burgos and storming of the breaches (leverely contused) varionfl 
skindshea with the rear-guard and covering party at the bridge over the Carrioii on the re- 
tnat, and battle of Orthts, where he wss severely wounded by a ball, which shatterwl the left 
dbow-joinl* and occasioned amputation of the arm. Served eight years in Caneda, and re- 
ccsved a aevere contusion on the head in 1829, when on duty. 

46 Major Beraney served in the Esst Indies with the 17 th from Dee. 1806 to May 1823, mid 
wai present at the siege and cspture of Goonourie in 1807 ; and the Mahratta campaign of 181 7» 
m<jAng th» affsir al Jubbiepore. 

4f H^QC Donaldson served In the Peninsula with the 57th, from June 1809 to the end of that 
war in 1814, including the siege of Badajoz in April 1811, battles of Albuhera, Yittoria^ and the 
Pjueneesb 

48 Major Clements served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 { subeeqnentiy 
on the cxpeditkHi to South America ; the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, and extra aide-de-camp 
to Sir John Moore at the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Wakheren in 1809 ; the 
Pininaular campaigns from 1810 to 1814| including Cavares and Merida, SaUmaneai Begar, 
Yittoria, Yalley of Bastan, and the Pyrenees. 

49 Mijer Dovle served with the expedition to South Americai including the siege of and sortie 
from Monte Yideo, and storm by the enemy of Colonia. Served also ia the south of Franee, 
from Beck 1313 to the end of that war in 1814, including the Uookade of Bayonne aad repabe 
of the aortie, when he received a contusion on the left arm. 

51 M^or Meade served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to Oct. 1811, including the battle 
of Fnentes d'Onor, and other minor affairs. On the staff of (3«neral Count Walmoden, in ISIS^ 
St the actions of Haadorf in Mecklenburg, and Goerde in Hanover. Aasisfied also at the 
Menee of Bostock by the Swedes, where his horse was killed, and bis left arm disabled. Served 
the campaign in Holland, in 1814^ including the attack on Merxem, bombardment of Ajatwerp, 
snd aita^ on Bergen-op-Zoom. 

52 Major Harrison served in the American war. 

54 Major Murphy served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1808 until the end of the war, including 
sctions at Albeigaoa and Grijo, passsge of the Douro, capture of Coimbra, siege and capture of 
8sn Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, action at Bidart (wounded) ; battles of Nivdlci Nive^ 
Sth, 10th (wounded), 11th; 12th, snd 13th Dec. } blockade of Bayonne^ action of St. Eilemo, and 
battle of l^ulouse. Medal for Toulouse. 

55 Major Hooper served in the Ptrninsula from 1809 to 1811*-whtn he was sent to England on 
SDteant of his wound) — and was present at the batde of Busaco, lines at Torres Yedxas, skir^ 
flushea on the retreat of Massena, actions at Campo Mayor and Bella Caste), first siege of Ba- 
d^s, taking of OlivoB^, sad battle of Albuhera, where he was severely wounded through the 
shoulder in a charge. 

56 Mi^or WiUats served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, indudiag the 
nege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Baditjos from 19th Jan. to 6th 
Apsf] 1612 ; operations near and blockade of Bayonne. 

56- Msjor Wallett's seryices :— Battles of Buleia and Yimiera ; siege and capture of Flushing, 
l£i09 s in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of the war. including the siege of Ciudad 
BedrigOk bntiles in the Pyrenees on the 28th and 30th July, inve«tn:eint ol Pampeluna, battles of 
OrUies and Nive. Severely wounded in the thigh at Quatre Bras. 

59 Major BoUon aerved the oampa^n in Spain, under Sir John Moore, with the 14th, and 
was present at the battle of Conuma. Also with the expedition to Waleheren, and at the siege 
<tfFlndbi«ginl300. 



112 c War Services of the Majors. 

60 Mftjor ThoiBM Beid^ored with fhe 3Sd at the capture of Boarlmt t&d ft* Mb of RrHaeB 
in ISIO $ the campaign of 1813 and 14 in Gennaiiy and Holhrnd, jDchiding hotll aftlMln on 
M«rxem and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Alao the campaign of 181S, mdndiag lh» fasttfeof 
Qaatre Bras, retreat of the 17ih June, an 1 battle of Waterloo, where he waa teitrely Maidfld. 

61 Major Cox serred at Travanoore in 1809, and in Ava in 1885. 

69 Major Charters served with the expedition to Hanorer, under Lord OatiieArt in 1005 i the 
Waloheren expedition, in 1809 ; and campaign in Holland, under Lord Lvnedoch, In 1814. 

63 Major Mason serred with the expedition to the coast of America, in 1818, and was 
engaged in seTeral small actions. Present also at the capture of Moose Island, in the flaj of 
Fundy, in 1814. 

65 Mijor Handoock accompanied the expedition to Hsnorer In 1805 ; .foined the mufin 
Sicily in 1806, and was employed with its Tarious operations from 1806 to 1810 i went witlitke 
oxpfldition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Isohia and Frodda ; retutaed to Bkaky 
and empioyed against the French army, in 1811. Served in Spain dnriog 18ia and 13^ tnolodii|( 
the batUe of CastaUa, siege of Tarragona, and affair of Villa Franca. Also the campaiga of 
1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

66 Major Sutherland served with the 72d at the capture of the Cape of Good Hopo in I8M ; 
and accompanied the force from thence to co-operate at the capture of the Isle of Fk'aooe ib 18 lO. 

67 Major Gregory served in the American war in 1814 and 15, and commanded a g«B«boat 
belonging to the Flotlihi under Commander Owen, on Lake Ontario, fbr which ho rtoeivsd the 
thanks of Uie Naval Commander-in-Chief. 

68 Major Wright served at the capture of Madeira, in 1808 t and the campaigtt m the 
Peninsula, under Sir Jdhn Moore, in 1808-9. 

69 Major Stewart served with the 25th at the reduction of Martfaiique, St Martians, aad Bt 
Eustatius, in 1809: and of Gnadaloupe in 1810, and a^aln in 1815. 

70 Major Crawfnrd served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1812 to July 1814, inelodlng opera- 
tions of the covering army durine the siege of Badajoc in 1812, aa a volunteer 79th regt»i Mtilc 
of Balasnaaea, capture of Madrid, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Ortfaca (acrtfre 
gnn-ahot wound). 

71 Major Henry Beid served at Cadis from March 1813 to the end of tfw war. Served abo 
in the American war, inelading the afikir at Hampden. 

73 Major Long served with the 71st in the Peninsula, from Sept 1813 to the end of ^at war 
in 1814, indudinff the action at Cambo, battlea of the Nive, before Bayonno (wounded)« Oftbaa, 
Aim, Tarb^s, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Watailoou 

74 Msjor Barou served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. 

75 Major Colebfook served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. 

77 Major Bonamy served in the Peninsula with the 6th from Sept 1813 to June iei4^iBfiloi- 
ing the battlea of Nivelle, Nive, 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec and Orthes. 

78 Mrior Marshall served with the 91st on the expedition to Portugal in 1808, iadadin^ the 
battlea of Boleia and Vimiera, advance into Spain and retreat through GaDtda under Sr John 
Moore, action at Logo, and battle of Comnna. Expedition to Waldieren in 1809. Snbao- 
qnratly m the Peninsula^ including the battlea of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (26th, 27thy S8tl^ and 
80th Jaly), the Nivelle, and the Nive, on the 9th, lOih, 11th, and 13th Deo. 1813, ia ta rtu s e a t of 
Bayonne, and battle of Orthes. Slightly wounded at Pampelnna, 28th July 1813,. and sevatilj 
al Orthes. 

79 Major Manners aerved in the Peninsula with the 59th from Aug. 1819 to Maj 1^4, 
including the battle of Vittoria, siege and storming of San Sebastian in Aug. 1813, bittia of 
the Nive on the 9di, 10th, and 11th December, 1813. Wounded at the Horaiing of Bhnr^poio 
on the 18th January 1826. 

80 Major Ravnee served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 1 with the expedition to Sweden, 
and subaeqaently to the Peninsnla under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to Ouroatta. 
Served also subsequently in the Peninsula from March 1810, to the end of the war in 1814, 
ineluding the siege of Cfadia, battle of Barroaa, siege of Tarifa, action at Seville, battles of Vit- 
toria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, passage of the Adour, and operations before Bayoana 

81 Msjor Cooke's services: — See page 116, note 2. 

82 Major Brown served the campaign of 1815 with the 11th Dragoona, and was prnaant at 
the battle of Waterloo. Also at the aiege and capture of Bhnrtpore, under Lotd Combwuiwa, 
in 1825-6; and waa a volunteer for tiie dlamounted cavalry stormintf party. 

83 Major fiirtwhiaUe aerved the campaign of 1814 in the South of Franco with tha Stad. 
Alao the campaign of 1815, indnding the battle of Quatre Braa (sfightly woondad)^ lotiaat an 
tha 17th Jane, and battle of Waterioo (severdy wounded). 

84 Major Monro waa pr o aent with the 2nd battalion of the 87th in aearly ovsry aaUm la 
which it waa engaged, the greater part of the time as adjutant, indoding the batds of Tala^reia 
(wounded in the right thigh, where the ball still remains) defence of Cadis during tha whole 
due, battle of VHtoria (two horses shot under Um), the Pyrenees, Nivellp, Orthea (hofe ahot), 
Vio Bigorre (woanded), and Toulouse, besides various affairs of out*poata. Sarved alao ilho 
Mahratta camfatgn of 1817 and 18; and in the Burmese war, in 1825 and 26. 

85 Mmot John Clariie served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to the ead of that war fa 
1814, iadhidfaig the battles of Oporto and Talavara, LfaMs of Tonea Vodn% mHoos af Airojro 



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War Services of the Mcgors. \\2d 



4e MbBno aU Ctapo Major, battle of AlbmlMra, n»t^ of Badajoi, battlM of Vittaria, the 
PjnaMt (ftou aSA to 31it Joly, and 2nd Avg.), the KiTelle, the NItb^ (9th and Idth Dea), 
MtioB of St. Pal«i«» hatde of Orthea, action at Aire» and battle of Toolooaa^ baaidea mammon 
AfrwhhaBr At the battle of Albahera, when in the oommand of a coBKpany q/[ flaDken» waa 
itrnck down by a Poliah Lancer, and taJken priaoner, bat made hia eaoape in a charge of cavalry. 

86 Major Algeo aerted in the Feninaula with the 77th from Ang. 1813 to the end of the war. 

87 Maior Sheppard aerred at Walcheren« in 1809; and in CanMa from March 1814 to Dae. 
18U, mdoding tne aotiona at Chippawa, Londy'a Lane^ before Fort £rie» and the attack on 
SaakeHill. 

88 Migor Hutchiaaon aailed with the 47th on the expedition to South America in 1806. 
arriTed at Madraa in 1808, he waa preaent at the atorm of Chiak In 1811, and waa tiie 



Int isATidnal who entered the fort by a nreaoh made in the gate br a aiz-poonder— in thSa 
lenriee he received five woonda. In 1812 he waa at the redaction of lu>w Nnggtf; after whioli 
ka aerred at Poona and on the banka of the Kiatna. In 1817 he waa at the rednotion of Palaaa- 
MTcDeeaa, Kirjah and Vinmpore; and he aerved also daring the Mahratta war of that aad the 
following year. In 1819 and 20 lie serred in the Peraian Ghilf, and led the atoming party 
igainit ne enenay'a atroog fortifioationa, and at the capture of Zjrah. In 1824 he aeeompanied 
the 47th to Boraaah, and remained with it daring the whole of ita operationa-*he lad the fiiat 
eoloma of attack at the atorming of the Hill Fort on the bank of the Pega Biver» 11th Jan. 
1835, and recetred a aerere contoaion on the head: he alao commanded the atorming party the 
folloinng day againat the atockadea of the Syrian Pagoda. 

89 M^ BiehardaoB aerred in the Peninaola with the 11th from Ang. 1809 to Oct 1814, 
indading the battle of Baaaco, the anbaeqaent retreat of the army to the linea before Liaboiw 
the advance and pnraoit of the enemy when they broke np from Santaremt bkwkade of ^'mtiitt 
and battle of Facntea d'Onor. 

90 Major Cannon aerved in the Peninsula with the old 94th from January 1810 to the endof 
^ war» ladading the defence of Fort Matagorda in front of Cadii in 1810, linea of Torraa 
Vedraa* battle ofFoentea d*Onor, firat aiege of Badajos, action at £1 Bodon, atorm of Cindad 
Bodrigo, (aeverely wounded in the chest); battlea of Salamanca, Yittoria (alightly wounded in 
the right knee), Pyreneea. Nivelle, Orthea, and Tonlouae. 

91 Mig<x' Tatton served in the Peninaula from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war ia 1814, and 
was preaent at the blockade of Bayonne. 

92 Major Jackaoa aerved in the Peninaula from Dec 1809 to 1814, and waa aeverely 
wounded through the left breaat and in both arma at the battle of Albuhera* Served aofaae- 
qoently in the American war. 

93 Major Graham aerved at the aiege of Flaahing in 1809, and afterwarda in the Peniniula* 
inaioding the blockade of Bayonne. Sabaeqaently in the American war, including the actkm at 
Bladenaburg and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and thoae in front of New 
Orieana on the 20th Dec. 1814, and 8th Jan. 1815; alao at the taking of Fort Bowyer. 

94 Migor Nickoll aerved with the 90th at the taking of the Danish laUnda of St Croix and 
Sc Thomaa in 1807. Sent upon particular aervioe in command of the Light Company in 1813 
la drive away an Aaierican privateer of large force from off the Idand of Barbadoea; brought 
bar to aetion, and after a sharp fight drove her away. Served during the vrar in Canada in 
1814. 

95 Major Black aerved the campaign of 1815, including the battlea of Quatre Braa and 
Waterloo, at which last he was slightly wounded. Also in the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), 
inefaiding the battlea of Baddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

96 Major White aerved with the 11th regt on the expedition to WaMheren nd at tiie alage 
of Fluahing in 1809. He aerved afterwarda in the Peninsula from July 1812 to the end of 1813. 

97 Major Bobertaon aerved with the eaqpedition to Waleharen in 1809, and vraa p r eaen t at 
the atee of Flnahing. Alao at the taking of the Kandian country, in Ceykm, under Sir 
Bobcrt Skfownrigg. 

98 M^ Bavcra landed at Paasagea in Dec. 1813, and jomed the light dinaion in Feb. 1814| 
took cha^ of a diviaion of the boata fitted out at Socoa for the paaaage of the Adouri then 
joined the force for the siege of Bayonne. Embarked for America in 181 4* 

100 l^cr Waymouth aerved in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Quarda from Nov. 1812 to 
the cad et that war in 1814, including the battle of Yittoria, inveatment of Pampeluna» and the 
battlea of the Pyreneea. iUao the campaign of 1815, induding the action at Quatre Braa, 
eovw ing the retreat on the 17th June, mid battle of Waterloo. Severely wounded and taken 
priaoMr* whan charging the French cniraaaiera at Waterloo. 

101 Itijor Buehan aerved the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the reconnoitring of 
the pom t ioa before Antwerp, action at Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp. 

Un M^or Lowe aerved with the 16th Lanoara at the aiege of Bhurtpore in 1825*6, and vraa 



104 M^or Gibaon aerved in the Peninaula with the lat Light Inftmtry battalion of the 
King'e QenMU Legion, from Ang. 1818 to the end of that war m 1814, inelading the aiepe of 
San S eb aat i an, an aetion in the Pyreneea at the paaaage of the Bidaasoa (wounded), and the 
aidiaeqwBi aotiana in which Uie left wing of the army waa engaged. Served alao the campaign 
of ia|5y and «M pment at the battle of Waterloo. 



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II Sir Thomas Hawker/ KCH. Comet, 12 Maj, 179i6; Lieut, 6 Apfi^ff 
CapflO July, 99 ; Jlfq;or,23NoT. 1804; Xunc^.-CoZ. 2 Sept. 06 ; CW.4i», 
14; Mqjor-Oen. 27 May, 25; Lieut-Gen. 28 June, 38; {^oL ddi ~ 
QaardSy 5 June, 39. 

LU%a.'CoUma* 

H QfilJamef Jackson,* KH. J^. 9 Oct. 06 ; lAeia.26Jta.QBi Capi.9»haL 
13; Brevet'MqfoTy 18 June, 15; Mqjor, P26 April, 27; Ifre ^ei 
25 May, 26 ; Lieut.-CoL P 2 March, 39 ; CM. 28 Nor. 41. 

David Hay, Comet, 6 Oct. 08 ; Lieut, p 31 Oct llj Capi. ^ A Aogf. 10 ; m^^^ 
Mtyor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Regth-Me^mr, p 14 Aprfl, 87 ; Brevei'Li^C^L 1 N^.tt 



Captains. 
Henry Richmond Jones . 
Hon. A. G. F. Jocelyn . 
William Neville Custance 

Charles Sawyer 

Edward Hare Croker . . . « 
Daniel Henry Mackinnon' 

LlBUTBirANTS. 

WUllam S. PhiUps, R.M. 
Thomas Manders, a<fi' • • 

Phillips Buchanan 

Frederick Charles Polhlll 

Henry Dawson . . • 

Samuel James Morton . . 

Thomas Hey wood 

Edward M'Evoy 

John Forster .*.*.*..«• 
Thomas O. L. Carew Owyn 



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P 9 June 25 
P 26 April 31 
Pll Oct 31 
P 6 Sept 33 
P17 Aug. 41 
P 1 July 36 

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P 30 July 35 
P 6 Sept 39 
P31 Mar. 43 
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P 9 June 48 
P28 Nov. 45 
P 30 April 46 
P 25 Aug. 43 
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P 6 July 32 
P 26 June 35 
P 8April86 
P 9 June 43 
P23Mar. 38 

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6 Oct 38 
P17 Aug. 41 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P 24 Feb. 48 
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P23July 47 
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P17 Aug. 41 
P 16 Mar. 98 
P 8 Aug. 45 
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CORVBTS. 

Josiah Marshall Heath . . 
J. J. WilUams Fredricks 
John Davis Sherston .... 

Paymaster. — Simon Fitzherbert Jacson^ 20 March, 46; Sne. v S5 JaikS 
Lieut. P 2 April, 41. 

Ae^utant. — Lieut. Thomas Manders, 81 July, 36. 

QuarteV'Master.-^ThomAS Smith, 26 June, 35. 

Surgeon.'^'^ John Heriot/ M.D. 16 April, 12; Aiiistani'Shtroetm, i ir«v.« 
Hasp.' Assist. 11 May, 04. 

Assistant'Surgeon^^Beary Carllne, 28 Sept 26; Hospital^Aseisimmi, 31 A^.9- 

I Veterinary Suraeon. — Alfred Henry Cherry, 28 Sept 46. 

Scariet — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from Buenos Ayres, 1808.] 

1 Sir Thomas Bawkar was praaent in the actions in North Holland, tha Haldar c>xp«dltlo^ In tm 1& 
10th Septambar, 9nd and 0ih Ootobar, I7W; and was pmrat In command of tha 90th Lifht Xit^n^ * 
9r9Tj aetloo In which tha British troops war« aofaged on tha aaatam aoast of Spain, la 181t umA 141S. « 
has sobaeqoentiy serred on tha Stafl^ in India, as M^or-Oeneral. 

9 Colonel Jackson served In the Penlnstila, from April, IS09, to Iba end of that war la 161< 

Iha battles of Oporto, TalaTora, and Butaco ; action at Rediuha, battle of Puantes d'Onor, llrti iiiJ4 «r 
Jos, nation at Bl Bodoa, aiafa and capture of Cludad Rodrigo, siege and capture of Badi^os, battto* « 
naaaa, Vlttoria, Majra Pass, Pampeluna, 16th Julr, Pyrenees, aoth July, If iTelle, If iva, and Bayoaaa. 9 
at Waterloo, and with tha army of occupation in Prance. Serred in India and Arabia fh»ai iai» « 
inclodiBf tha capture of Beni-Boo-Ali, as Military Secretan to Sir Lionel Smith, and, tor whick a 
ha was raeonroaiulad by tha Marquis of Hastings for tha rank of Liattt.-ColoaeL. 

8 Captain Macklnnon sarred with the 10th Lancers throitghout tha oampain la Ail^bmlataa. 
Lord Kaana, and was p r eaa n t at tha siege and capture of Ohusnea (Medal). Ha serred also la tlM 
paiga oa tha Sotl^ (Medal) In IMO, Including tha battles of Buddiwai, Ailwal, and Bobraoa. 

4 Dr. Harlot serrad la tlM Faaiasala fhna Jnaa, 1800, to tha end of the war, ladodhiff tba 
TalsTara and BiUmaaca, aiafa of Borgos, and battlaa of TUtoila, the fyrsnaas, aad Ortbca. 



Wot- Sennce9 of the Majo^i. 1 Kf/ 

■1^ BsecailwUBfilgiif i-^lao lh« siege and asaaalt Df Bhttrtp6re,— wtranded fn the left toot by « 
B*p« slMi ai tb# ftiMMlt, 18 th Jul 1826. He WM also present at the first captare of Clmsaiu 
bObibaiiieM). r --i 

IM M«jdr Bawson strfed in the Kandftu wn in Otjrimi. 

130 Major Aiiuirorth serred at the siege of Flosbine in 1809, and subsequently in the Penin» 
Mia, l^eMisf the battle of Fuentes d*Onor, and >ad siege of Butsjoc, and bftttle of NiTelle. 
Serred also t& easspalgn of 1815, and was present at the butle of Waterloo. 
* 181 liiQor CaoipbeU served tlie eampaigii of 1814, fn the south of France, induding the 
itaifMtaMnt of Bayonne. Serfed also thronehont the Burmese war. 

132 Major Poyntz serred in the PeninsiUB as a tolunteer with the 30tb, from Febniaty t6' 
fiavMsbsr 1811*taicindiiig the> oeoupatiun of the Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuft of MasseAa» 
ti l i p a afBabagai, AJsseida, and Bsrba del Paeroo; and battle of Fuentes cOaor. 

IflS Mi^aw BochfiDrtSoott served with the expedition against New Orleans, and was present 
a4 tlw httack on the Atnerioan Lines on the 8ih Jan. 1815, and at the capture of Fort Bojer. 
Serrdd:after«azds in Franoe with t^ Army of OcoBpatiott,froin July 1615 to December 1818 }r 
and with theallkd Asglo-Turhish fotoe In Sjria, from Dec 1840 to Not. 1841. 

iM Major Fraser serred in the PenUisula with the 53rd firom Aug. 181 1 to the end of that 
var ilk 1814^ inoliiding the siege and eapture of the fortified oonvents at Sslamanca, battle of 
Salamuaoa, aiege of the eastle of Burgos, battles of Vittoris, the Pyrenees, the Nirelle, and 
Xoolanse. Severely wounded BtPampeluna on the 26Ui July 1813. 

Xaa Major CkMld served with the 48th, in the operattoos against the Bajah of Coorg in 1834. 

137 Major Smith, previously to entering the army, served for a short period In the navy, and 
viatiivse tunes wounded. Served in the Peninsula from June 1813 to the end of the war, and 
vaa pteaent at the uAur of Ordal. &efnlj wounded at Waterloo. 

IM Major Wade served throughout the campaigns in Ai^hanistan from 1838 to 1842 !ndfl<- 
sws b ' fc» «us Adjutant of the 13th at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (medal), and Major of 
BrigadaM She assaufc and capture of the town and forts of Tootumdurrah, storm of Jhoolghur, 
nghft Afttadk at Baboo Koosh Qhur, destruction of Khardurrah, and assault of Perwai>dnrrah. 
Braant-wsth the 13th at the storming of the Koord Cabool Pass (wounded), affair of Teieen, 
forcing the JugduUuck Pass, reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of JellalabAd 
ami scrtihi ea the 14th Nov. and lit Dec. 1841, 11th March, 24th March, and Isl April, 1842 j, 
g a nm a l -aa ttoftand defeat of Akbar Khan befbro Jellalabad (medal), storming the heights of 
J^gdollnoh; general actkm of Teaeen, and recapture of Cabo<A (medal). 

139 Major Canch served in the Pentnsnhk with the 6th from Aug. 1808 to Deo. 1812, and 
agsin from Pet. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Boleia, Vimier^ 
Tihiwia., and Bnsaoof retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Leria, Pbmbal, Bcdinha, 
and Sabugsl— contused wound on the groin $ battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second siege of Bidajos 

BBSiiiid wound on the chest; aetiona of Bl Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege and capture of 
Cindid Bodfigo-^woonded in the right thigh at the assault i third siege and capture of Uadiyos 
—contused wound in the neck at the assault; battle of 8alamanca, — horse killed; eapture of 
Madrid and the Betiro, battles of the Nirelle, the Nive, and Orthes; actions of Sanveterre and 
VleAlgatfi^ and batde of Toulouse, — horse wounded. Served afterwards in the American wv, 
aad ipaa present at tibe action at Plattsburg. 

UO Mi^ 0*Grady served with the 62od in the operations in 1814, agahist the IVenoh fai 
reCzuaiAtmi Leghon, including the affairs of SpessiA^ forcing their position on the heights of 
Ncn^ and eapturc of Genoa. In the same year served in tM American war, and wai present 
at the taking of Castine. Seorved with the 48th throughout the campaign against the Bijah of 
Coorg in 1834. 

141 Msjor Austin served in the Peninsula, from Oct. 1811 to April 1812, inoloding the siege 
audatamt'Of Ciudad Bodrigo* Gampaign of 1 814 in Hollaed, including the taking of the forti* 
fied village of Merxem. Campaign of 18 1 5, including the battle of Waterloo. 

Itt'iMajor Robertson served in the Peninsula with the old 94th from Jan. 1810 to the end of 
th« war» fBclnding tha defence of Cadis, from Feb. to Sept 1810, where he was employed as an 
Assbttuit Baginear ; lines al Torres Vedras, aoUons at POmbal, Bedinha, Casal Nova, Fox 
d'Arouce, and Sabusal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second siege and blockade of Bsdsjoz in June 
1811 $ aetiaoa at m Bodon, and Aldea de Ponte, siege and storming of Ciudad Hodrigo, 
siege and assault of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, advance upon and capture of Madrid, retreat 
toPorCiigaV batAa «f Nivalle^aetuias of La Baatide, Sauveterte, Tic Bigorre, and Tarbee; battles 
of Orthes (severely wounded in the left arm) and Toulouse. 

14S Ma^ Bnoch served with tha expedition to Walohef«n and at the siege of Flushing, in 
1801^ f mtfiftPeoinsala fit>m 1810 to 1813, ineluding tl.e sieges of Badajox and Oli venae, in 
IMl? haitle of Albnhen, aetloDs of Fuente Griaalda, 25th, 28tfa, and 27th Sept. 1911 ; sieges 
of*eiudad:BOdrigo nad Badajox, battle of Salamanca (seftersly wounded, and horse kiikd under 
hlai^. i Sewed alaotha campaign of 1815,faioluding the battle of Waterloo, storming of Oamfaray 
sad )oa|itnn'Of Cans. 

144 Major Here served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in Ai%haiiistfto under 
Lsrd.Meaoe^and waa preseai at ihe siege and capture of Ghuaaee (Medal) ; and he oom- 
mandadlias party of the 16th Lancers, under Brigadier Curelon, sent to setae the guns and 

efdw citadel of Cabool, aad wta appohited at Cabool Aisistant- Adjutant- 



112 g Wat Sermeei of the Mqfors. 

Gflneral of Canby, and eontiiiiied so antn tiie TCdoeCion of Lord Ketne't srmy in the IRrorincM. 
He senred aUo the eampAign on the SaUej in 1846 (MedtlX inelading tiie battles of Boddiwalt 
Aliwdl (woimded), and Sobraon. 

145 Major Archibald Campbell serfod In the Peninsula with tiie 4th Vcftiogtyue Bm^. ttom 
20th Maj 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, indnding tile battle of Bosaoo, Idiiet ofTorrea 
Vedras, action of Campo Mayor, battle of Albnhera, Ist and 2nd aieges of Badajox, action at 
Anojo de Mdlino, batUes of Vittoria, ^renees, Pampelima (seTerely woimded in the side), 
mre 9th Dee., and before Bayonne 13th Dee;, taking the itlud of Holriague, battle of Orthca^ 
action at Aire, and )»atUe of Toulonse. Head lOTerely injored 24th June 181S, when panning 
the enemy to Pampelnna. 

146 Mijor Beckham serred the Peninralar campaigns of 1812, 13 and 14. 

147 Major Brown serred with the 41 st in the Burmese war in 1824 and 25. 

148 Major Orr serred in the Feninsola, with tbe 7th Fosiliers, fk^m Feb. to Aug. 1811, and 
i^ain from April 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, inslnding the siege of Badakn in April 
and May 1811 , battle of Albuhera (woonded in the left knee and elbow), action of Osma, battle 
of Yittoria, affitir of BonoesTalles, batUes of Pampelnna, Nirelle, Orthes, and Toulouse, basldss 
TarioQS minor affsira. He was also at the capture of Paris in 1815. 

149 Major TVeror lerTed the campaign*of 1814 in Holland. Also the campaign of 1815, Ia- 
ehiding the battle of Waterloo, and captures of Cambray and Paris. 

150 Major Creagh serred in the Anglo- Spanuh Legion, and was engaged on the heights of 
Arlaban in Alaya, on the 16tfa, 17th, and 18th Janvaiy, 1836» besides scTeral other aMra. He 
was also employed on a Psrticnlar Serrice in Canada at the outbreak of the Bebellicii in 1897. 

151 Major Wolfe serred with the 59th at tbe taking of Patembang hi Sumatra in 181S ; the 
taking of BbU, and also the fortified Kittore at Macassar in 1814 ; the Decan campaign of 1817 
and 18; and in Ae Kandian war in 1818. 

152 Mmot Orange serred in the Burmese war in 1825. 

153 Malor Dn l^met serred with the 45th in the Burmese war in 1825 and 26. 

154 Major Barnes serred at the capture of Fort Anjul in Cutch 25th Dec. 1815 ; the Mahralto 
campaigns of 1817-18 ; escalade of the Fort of Booje in Cnteb, March 1819 ; siege of Raa-^^ 
Kymah and Zjrah in Ajrabia, Dec. 1819 ; escalade of Dwarka Ohamandel, Dee. 1820; action of 
Beni-Boo-Ally fai Arabia, March 12. 

155 Major JPhibbs serred in the Peninsula, with the 27th, from Kot. 1813 to the end of that 
war in 1814, induding the battles of the NiyeQe, Orthes, and Toulonsei Sored afterwards in the 
American war, and was present at the taking of Plattsburg. Iiost his left arm, and was ahoi 
trough botii legs at the battle of the Ktrella 

156 Migor DeTereU serred the Deccan campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18 ; in the Persian Onlf 
in 1819 and 20, including the capture of tbe Arab fortresses of Bas-el-Khyma and Zyah ; and 
in the Burm es e war, from Nor. 1825 until the peace in 1S26, including the capture of DonaheWt 
attaeks on ^e height near Prome, of Maloon, and of sereral stockadea. 

157 M^jor M'Mahon aerred with the 9th Lanosrs in the campaign on the Sotlej in I8469 and 
was preaent at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

1 58 Major Scott was at the destniction of two ships of the Kne in the Bay of Catte, 26 A Oct 
1809 ; in action with tho French fleet off Tonlon, 19th July, 1811 } in the aotion at HaraxW* 
20th Oct 1827. 



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Gflneral of Caniby, and oontliiiied so mtfl the Kdootion of Lord Ketne't «rmy In Ae Brorincei. 
He served also tiie campaign on the SnUej in 1846 (Medal), indading tiie batUei of Bnddliral, 
Aliwdl (voonded), and Sobraon. 

145 Major Archibald Campbell serred in the Penlnsok with the 4th Portngoese Regt. tt(m. 
20ih Maj 1810 to the end or that war in 1814, indading the battle of Basaco, I^et of Toma 
Vedras, action of Campo Mayor, battle of Albnhera, Ist and 2fid sieges of Badajoi, aeUoo it 
Arroyo de Molino, batUes of Vittoria, ^^renees, Pampelnna (sererely wounded in the side), 
NiTe 9th Dee., and before Bayonne 13th Dee;, taking the island of Holriagae, battle of OrUses^ 
action at Aire, and Rattle of Tonlonse, Head severely injored 24th June 1813, when pvrsning 
tile enemy to Pampelnna. 

146 Major Beckham served the Peninsniar campaigns of 1812, IS and 14. 

147 Major Bronvn served with the 4l8t in the Burmese war in 1824 and 25. 

148 Major Orr served in the Peninsnla, with the 7th Fasiliers, from. Feb. to Ang. 1811, and 
again from April 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, indading the siege of Badsjoz in Aptfl 
and May 1811, battle of Albnhera (wonnded in the left knee and elbow), action of Osma, battle 
of Vittoria, afiTair of Bonoesvalles, battles of Pampeluna, Nivelle, Orthes, and Tonloosa, besidas 
various minor affsira. He was alio at the capture of Paris in 1815* 

149 Major Trevor served the campidgnjof 1814 in Holland. Also the eampaign of 1815, Ia* 
dnding the battle of Waterloo, and captures of Cambray^ and Paris. 

150 Major Creagh served in the Anglo- Spanish Legion, and was engaged on the heights of 
Arlaban in Alava, on tiie 16tfa, 17tb, and 18tn Janvaiy, 1836, besides several othar aAUra. He 
was also employed on a Particular Serrice in Canada at the outbreak of the Bebellioii in 1837. 

151 Major Wolfe served with the 59th at the taking of Palembang in Sumatra in 181S ; the 
taking of Bali, and also the fortified Kittore at Macassar in 1814 ; the Decan campaign of 1817 
and 18; and in tiie Kandian war in 1818. 

152 M«or Orange served in the Bnrmese war in 1825. 

153 Major Da vemet served with the 45th in the Burmese war in 1825 and 26. 

154 Major Bamee served at the capture of Fort Anjul in Catch 25th Dec. 1815 $ the Mahrafia 
campaigns of 1817-18 $ escalade of the Fort of Booje in Cutch, March 1819 ; siege of Ria-^» 
Kymah and Zyah in Arabia, Dec. 1819 ; escalade of Dwarka Ohamandd, Deo. 1820 ; action of 
Beni-Boo-Ally fai Arabia, March 12. 

155 Major "Phibbs served in the Peninsula, with the 27th, from Kor. 1813 to the end of that 
war in 181 4, induding the battles of the Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. Scored afterwards In the 
American war, and was present at the faking of Plattsburg. Lost his left arm, and was ahol 
tiiroogh botii legs at the battle of the Kivdle. 

156 lilajor DevereU served the Deccan campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18 ; in the Persian Golf 
in 1819 and 20, induding the capture of the Arab fortressc^s of Bas-el-^yma and Zyah ; and 
in the Burmese war, firom Nov. 1825 until the peace in 1S26, including the capture of JJonabeWy 
attacks on the height near Prome, of Maloon, and of several stockades. 

157 M^Jor M'Mahon served with the 9th Lancers in the campaign on the Sntbj In 1846, and 
was present at tha battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

158 Major Scott was at the destmction of two ships of the line in the Bay of Catte, 26lh 0^ 
1809 ; in action with the French fleet off Tonlon, 19th July, 1811 ; in the aotion at Natarino, 
20th Oct 1827. 



OFFICERS wrnTLbCu SAKS. 



f iron. 5ir S. PmL GC!B. 
to If 6T. 90Ea$i 2nd. 
9 JL FIJcOombanBttCf 

OCB.^QCS, do, do, 
ft<r H. MfirlMMi, 

rCB. 91 Jdoe » SL/ful. 

JiQB, la Oct. 99 d4. 
L. C«ffpage SS Nor. 41 da, 
7tt*lwmy Clarke do. do, 
SBoffh, Lord Ooofb« OOB, 
S M «teh48 AlfWl. 



USUT.-QENEBALS. 

Grwnt Wallmodciip X^CB. 

tl Jaa. 18 OntMiiAtr. 
^9KX JobM^ Lord SMton, 
tf aB« GCU0* QCM, 

8 Jttly. 86 

rpper ^ Lomer Canada, 

}^Ut.Uon, Sir Ed. Blaktner, 

arc^. ^ &Gff»i8Aiw. se 

IrOaiUL 
Sir Job* DoTffton, 0CB. 

WJmjavEJnd. 
Naa.FoifaB% lOJia.87 &i. 
John W. Mortit dOb Ar. 
Tho,Bol«,8SNov.41 <2o. 
Sir Bogh PiMer, 

X^OB. 49. do. 

Sir Uopctom Stratford 

Sdoit, KCJ9. do. <l0. 
90 Jfor9.«frwMddAltp Jf T. 

CB. 15 Apr. 4% Mmdtoi 
ym Sir w. M. Gomm, 

. MnmrUkut, 



1M6.9K0T. Bb«l£MU«t. 

H.S. Osborne 

G.GMpeater 

J.L.Ittetaf«9nB 

^•r Dbv. Leigbton, KCB, 

jtfir Jas. HmMll, KCB. 
MtETiin Wbite 



Sir Bob. Houiloiio, KCB, 
JiK Qreanttreet 

T. PoUok, CB. 
Sir J. HmB, KCB. 
Geo. ft. Kemp 
John Monro 

C. T. O. Bisbop 

J. A. P. Macffrefor 

Sir J, PrendergMt 

Sir Wm. Bicbftrdf, KCB, 

Ales. Daaean 

5ir T. WbitebeK KCB, 

Robert /. Latter 

TbomM Stewart 

Jerry F. Ilyeoii 

W. D. Cielland 

w. H. Fferkins 

Sir Jobs Doreton, JTCB. 

Alex. FUr, C0. 

D. M'Pberwm 

Air J. L. Laebloftan, OCB. 

B. W. D. Scalj 

Wa. C. Pranr 

Wm. Gilbert 

9 « 0^ H. O. W. Smitb, 

Be. OCB. 8 8epL 47 Copt 

of Good Hopo, 



MAJOB-GEKEBALS. 

Bir Jamte Coekbom, Bt, 

GCH. » Feb. 81 
B«r fl. lindiay Betbune, Bt. 
tl Dee. 86 Mia 
Sir Qooirfo Artbor, Bart, 
jrCB.ttDee.87. 
^pptr €ktmmda, 
B. XcBBett, 88 Jaae 88 

B.Ind, 
WaJnaci, CB. do. do, 
JohaP.Donbardo. do. 
.And. AttebetoB da. do. 
C^riitHod|ioii do* do. 



Bldi.Wbi»h MJaiia88 S.In. 

A. Andrewi, CB. do. iftf. 

Jaa. Abmitty dOb 49. 

Jamee Cock do. do. 

C.U'Leod, CB. do. do. 

Tboa. Gamer do. tfo. 

E.W.8bDldbiiB dm. do, 

W.Baa<tiriih,CB.do. i<^. 

MocMm Boyd do. do, 

John U'lnnee do. do. 

J. F.SalUr, OB, do. 4I0. 
.8irB.0.8uuMM, 

CB. do. do. 

Patrick Byen do. do. 

£. Gartwright do. do. 
H. G. A. Taylor, 

CB. do. do. 

A.BIchardi,CB.do. tfo. 

5irJ. Sutherland do. do. 

Hor.BoweOtCB.do. de. 

Afcb. Wataon do. do. 

W.Dii'k»on, CB, do. do. 

John Wellt Fait do. do, 

Jat. Dttrut do. 1I9. 
Brook Bridget Pbriby, CB. 

do. do. 

Hen. Hodgson do. A>. 

F. D. Ballantlne de. do. 
i8irB.Uen.Cun- 

Ulfe, Bt. CB, do. do. 

Wm. Clapham do. do. 

John Truscott do. do. 

John Woalfe do. do, 

£.U.O.Sboirert do. do. 

P.W.Wilson,CB.do. do. 

John Tombs do. <i0. 

John H. OoUett do. do. 

Patrick OoaeroD do. do. 

John Carfrao do. do. 

Rich. West do. do. 

Geo. Jackson do. dUf, 

S. OoodfeUow do. do. 

Jae. B. Pr ass r do. do. 
P. Oe la Motto, 

CB. do. do. 

Hen. Hulbwalto do. do. 

T. Wilson, CB. do. do. 

F.Vlnc.Raper do. do. 

Geo. Swiney do. do, 
SirQ. Pollock, 

BCB. do. tftf. 

A. Undsay, CB. do. db. 
fiirWalterRaleigh 

GHbert,JrCB.do. do. 

E.Frederick, CB.do. do. 

Geo. B. Brooks do. do, 

Heo. Bowdler do. do. 

Peter Lodwick do. do, 
SirJ%». F. Oundaa, Bar r. 

do. do. 

J. Morse do. do. 

Suet<Ni.H. Todd do. do. 

John Briggs do. do. 

Harry Thomjon do. do. 
9 Sir C. F. Smith, 

JTCB. 9Oet.4OPar/.£r0rv. 

JJCeDnedy,CB. do. do. 

98 Not. 41 S.Ind. 

BoDJ. Roope do. do. 

C. W. Hamilton do, do. 

E.F. Waters, CB. do. do. 

W. M. Barton do. do. 

W.S.Whisb,CB.do. do. 

W.Battioe,CB.do. do. 

O. Hunter, CB. do. do, 

E. C. Andrto do. do. 

A.GalIoiray,CB.do. do. 

Edgar Wyatt do. do. 

G. M. Steoart do. do, 
Mark Cubbon do. do. 
8. R. Strover do. do, 
Horatio T. Tappdo. do. 
Tbo. Sbttbriek do. do. 
Wm. H. Kemm do. do. 
Thomas King do. do. 
Wm. Montellh do. do. 
R. L. Brans, CB.rio. do, 
W. Moriaon, CB. do. do. 
Thomas Morgan do. do, 
L. CRnasell, CBAo. do. 
DuBcanMaetood do. do. 
Wm. Culton do. do, 
JoluMton«Napier98NoT.BJ* 
David Barr do. do, 
JolmOgUTio do. do. 



MrJ.R.Lmier, 

KCB. 88N0T. BL/nd. 
Wm. Viaeent do. dew 
Thomas Marrett do. do, 
J. A. Hodgson do do, 
Samuel Smith do. do. 
Tho. Hen. Paul do. do. 
Exekiel Barton do. do. 
B .T.Robertf, CB.do. do, 
John T. Gibson do. do, ' 
F, Flarf|uharsoa do. do, 
BiirkiBom.airU.Pot' 

linger, Bart. OCB. 

Oovemor^ CcMmium* 

dor -tm- ChUf at 



J.CaulfloM, OB. do. da. 
R. Tickell, CB. do. do. 
9 Sir Fra. Cockbora 

10 Fob. 43. Bahatiuu 
Sir U. O. W. Smitb, 
Bart, CB. 7 Apr.40. 

East Jnditt. 



COLONELS. 

A. Flndlay, KIT. 

20 Oct. 80 W. Coast 
of Africa 
Fn. Rasr. Chesney 

27 Not. 84 A«io 

W.Wylde, CB. 10Feb.S7 

Spain 

A<rR.Doherty,9MaT, W$st 

Coast of Africa 

H. H. Rose, CB. 17 Nor. 40 

Sjfria, 
9 flZt Geo. Haedonald, 94 

Dec. 41 W.Coastiif Africa 

T.Monteath, CB.,A.J),C, to 

the Queen, 4 Oct. 48 E,Ind, 

O.P. Wymer, CB., A.B.C. to 

tho queon^ 28 Dee. B,Ind, 
Wm. Pattle, CB. A.JJ.C, to 

theOueen 4JttIy4d B.Ind. 
John Geo. Bonner, 

10 Not. 48 S.Ind. 
•Edward Hay, 1 March, 44 

Bast India Company's 

Dep6t at Warley. 
H. M. Wheeler, CB. Aide 

do Camp to t?u (huen^ 

8 Apr. 46 Bast Indies 

L. R. Stacy, CB. A.deC.to 

the Queen^ 19 June 46 do. 
O. E. Gowan, CB. A, ds C. 

to the Q^een^ do. do. 
P. Montgomerie, CB. A. do 

C, to the Q^etOy do. do 

9 Not. 1846. Bast Indies. 
James Stuart, CB. 
Charles Orans 
William Henry Hewitt 
William Strahan 
J. Home 

G. Wm. Aylmer Uoyd* CB, 
Fran. Haleman 
Alei. Tulloch, CB, 
Arch. Brown Dyco 
Fred. Buckley 
J. Wheelet ClereUad 
Bob. BlackaU 
Darld Capon 
Wm. Donald Bobertion 
James Frusbard 
Duncan 81m 
Chas. Maddlsoa Bird 



LIEUT..OOLONEIB. 
F.A.I>anioU I Jan.l9BL/nd. 
John CrosdiU, CB, 

4 June 18 do, 
H. Pr<n«« Beuss 

8ODee.l8C0fiMiMnl 
BiatoUHarTey,KB. 

16Mayl8C9ia<fMisl 
J. F. Fulton, KB.94 Nor. 96 
Continent 
J. F. Do Bnij^ 

19 Jan.96 OmfiiMNl 
WMWaitmhCB, 

19 do. Mh^, 



B.H8irkrfi8v 

15 June ConUnmi 

ABth.8.KiDg8AM> do. 
Sir H. Wheatley, Bart. 

OCB. 14 Sept. CbtttfiMill 
Robert N1»mi do. 40, 
Hea.Boberts ftOel. dO. 
Andrew TUt Udo. do. 
T. Q. Flu Gerald 

19 do. do. 
Aug. Moade do. do. 
Bois. J. Walpolo 

26 do. do. 
Donald Mackay do. do, 
Anth. Rumpler 9 Not. do 
Jos.D'Aiey 19 Not. do. 
Wm. ThornhiU do, dOk 
Fletcher Wllkie 

80 do. do, 
J. B. Hawkshaw 

14 Dec. do. 
L. A. Nortbey do. do. 
Jas. Ormsby 88 do. do. 
Hon, J. Browne do. do, 
S2i Sit Wm. Vemer, Bsurt. 

98 Dec. CotUinotU, 
J. Oarr. Smith do. do, 
D.Maepherson80do. do. 
J. R. Udnegr do. do. 
aCi Qooive Baker 

81 Aug.99 Orteoo 
Jas. Nlflb.Colquhoun 

10 Feb. 87 Spain 
Jufltin Shell, 9 Jum^ 87 

Persia 
Rich. WUbraham do. do. 
G.P.CaiMroB, CB. do. do. 
Geo. Woodfall do. do. 
Baiph Carr Alderson 

22JttneS8 Spain 
Peter L. Pew, 28 Joly 89 

Bast InditB 
Jas.D.Paraoas»CB. do. db. 
Geo. Warren do. do. 
Sir C. M. Wade, CB. do. 
H. F. Salter, do. do. 
J. S. U. Weoloiif 

18 Not. 89 Bast Ind. 
Jas. Nisbet Colquhoun, 

9 Oct. 40 Part. Sort, 
R. Oarr Alderson, 

90et.40 do. do^ 
T.O.HiggiQs90ot.40 

Vart. Sero. 
O.G. C. W. Da Plat, KB. 

do. Tnrhieh J}omimions, 
£.U.D.£.N^^, 

17 Not. 40 Part, Sorv, 

T.W.O.M'NiTen, do. do. 

R. W.WilsoB, CB. 96 May 41 

Beiet Indies 

F. S. Hawkina, CB, do. do. 

B. E. SootortriUe 80 Aug. do. 
K. Nleb. Penny. CB. 

^ 98 Not. 41 do. 
Sir B. A. GampteU, CB. 
_ do. do. 

9 Cbarleo Andrews Bayley 
CM&.98NOT.41. M«dtt. 
Francis Famat, 11 Mar. 49 

Persio* 
GJIoish, CB. 88 DeoJSL/ad. 
F. BlundeU, OB. do. do. 

C. W. Young«CB. do. do. ' 
J. OampbeU,CB. do. do. 
W. F. Williamt 8 Mar. « 

Turhow 4* Persies 
A. T, Raid, CB, 4 July 48. 

C. Waddittgton, CB, do. do 
M. Stack, CB. do. do. 

W. Wyllie^ CB, do. do. 
W. J. Browne, OB. do. do. 
P. F.Story, CB, 4 Jnly, 48. 

Boot Indies, 

A. Woodbom, CB. do. do. 
J. Uoyd, CB, do. dOi 
J. Outnm, CB. do. to, 
J, T. LeaUe, CB. do. do, 
H. C. Barnard, 80 Apr. 44 do. 
J.O.Drummond do. do. 
Hope Dick do. dow 
Owen PbilUppa do. d^. 
WmJCM!tlar,CB.da. do. 
Wm.OardBB,CUI.do. d^. 

B. J. Smith do. dH 



114 

Jm. NMb,{7B.S0 Ap.44 X. /. 
W. OeddM, CB. do. do. 
Thomax Sanders do. do, 
tL, J. White do. do, 
CE.T.Oldfleld, 

CB. do. do. 

J» Alexander do. do. 
J. T. Lane, CB. do. do. 

S Apr. 46. JBastlHdieM. 
Hugh Sihbald, Benaal Inf. 
L. S. Bird, do. 

Wm. Alexander, Bengal Car. 
W. H. Wake, Bensal Inf. 
DaTid Birrell, do. 
H. R.Oabom, do. 
T. Polwhele, do. 
J. H. Handscomb, do. 
PatrickOrant, CB. do. 
R. J. H. Birch, do. 
F. Brind. Bengal Artillery 
Oeo. Campbell, do. 
P. InMB, Bengal Inf. 
J. O. W. Curtis, do. 

19 Jane 46. JStut Indltt. 
W. J. Thompson, CB. Ben- 
gal Infantry 
H. M. Lawrence, CB. Ben- 
gal Art. 
P. Abbott, CB. Bengal £ng. 
J. P. Bradford, Bengal Cav. 
A. Y. Reilly, Bengal £ng. 
O. 8. Laurenson, CB. l^n- 

gal Art. 
J. Angelo, Bengal Cav. 
C Marshall, Bengal Inf. 
C. Grant, Bengal Art. 
H. M . Orares, Bengal Inf. 
A. Jack, do. 

J. T. Ledie, CB., 18 July 47 

E. I. Co.'* Depot at 

WaHeff 
Sir B. A. Campbell, CA., 

M July 47 Aomrg 



LMaiMonru 



MAJOBft. 
Mb. Bdaekali, 95 Apr. M 
S. Indio*. 
E, B. Potherinokam, 

1 Jan. 19 do, 

Ckoi.Marriott 4 Ja. 14ito. 
Moifor H. Oonrt 

4 June 14 do, 
W. J. Matthowt do. do. 
8h^, Mmimidifo do. do. 
Bmeet, Boreii de 

flchmiedem, KH. 

303ep%, Gfntifunt 
John Norton, aliat 'Fey- 

ovinhokmrawen, Capt. 

•ad Leader of tb« Id« 

dianaof the PIto Nations. 
15 Feb. 16 Otmnda 
Tko. JMI 19 Aug. 10 B. Ind. 
H.C.W.8mfftk\9Jnlj9l do. 
J), D.Andor$o»l9JukMdo. 
8a.8aakey 10 Anf.CofMnoHt 
Cha. I nrlne 91 Sept. do, 
Henry Light 90 do. do. 
O.TttoBriee ONov. do. 
B. Lulyens do. do. 
T. H. Morlee, KH, do, 
E.U.Qaiihwaltedo. do. 
Tho. PIpOB 16 do. do, 
Charles Wayth do. do, 
Robert Abbey do. do. 
P. D. Pellowea do. do. 
Ch.HaiiMs80NoT.OeM/lntfiil 
O.J.Wolseley 14D. do. 
9i. Ratney do. do. 
W. Pblpps do. do. 

W.D.Spoocier99d*. do, 
Wm. Thomson do. do, 
John OordoQ 80 do. do, 
Wm.W.8iralne do. do. 
Fra. B. Bitot do. do, 
R.Axford,160et.S» Bee. for 

E, In, Comp, at Lioorpool 
Goo. W, Glbton 10 Jan. 87 

John Laurio do. do, 

John Brandon do. do, 

Wm. Hough do. do, 

JohaMaekeoxledo. do, 

QoQ^.UoUanddo* do. 



Tho.Crozton 10Jan.87iS'. In. 

Q.J.BJohnaton^o, do. 

BughR.Murraff do. do. 

Jas. R. Colnett do. do. 

Peter Johnston do. do. 

Rich. Gardner do. do. 

A. Macintosh do. do, 

Charleu Koffere do. do. 

G.A.Kemplanddo, do, 

W. Henderson do. do- 

T. Timbrell, CB. do. do, 

Robert Butler do. do, 

Wiiliam Stokoe do. do, 

James Malton do. do, 

Wm. Maeleod do. do, 

JyR. Womuan do. do. 

Benjamin Ashe do. do, 

James Steel do. do, 
H. C. RawlioaoD, CB* 

9 June Persia 

John Laugbteo do. do, 
Ed. Pat. Lynch, 

do. do, 
•T.Rltherdoa 16 P. 88 B,I. 
Sem. at Addieeombe 
Francis Hugh M. Wheeler 
98 June 86 £. Ind. 

Jas. W.Douglas do. do, 

Jas. Hanson do. do, 

John Ward do. do, 

S. L. Thornton do. do, 

W. Simnnds do. do, 

Tko. WiUianu do. do, 

R. L. Anstruther do. do. 

£dm. Herring do. do, 

Alex. Davidson do. do. 

1 John Hailes do. do. 

Oeo. Chapman do. do. 

Griffiths Holmes do. do. 

G.H.Woodrooffedo. do, 

J.H.Macklalay do. do. 

Niel Campbell do. do, 

Robert Kent do. do, 

A. M*Kinnon do. do, 

Wm. Sage do. do, 

Wm. Ramsey do. do, 

Cha. Thoresby do. do, 

J. Bedford do. do, 

Wm. Edw. Blair 

Leadbeacer do. do, 

Jer. B. Nottidge do. do, 

GeorgeJ^ee do. do. 

D. Hon tgomerle do. do, 

A . M. Campbell do. do. 

Lnc.Hor. Smith do. do. 

J.Parquharsondo, do. 

John Worthy do. do. 

John Forbes do. do. 

Tho. Biddle do. do, 

H.Macfarqnkar do. do, 

John Hotrlsott do. do. 

R. O, Pol/vhele do. do. 

John Chisholm do. do. 

Wm. Foquett do. do. 

James Allen do. do. 

George Barker do. do, 

John Fltxgerald do. do, 

Jas. Oliphant do* do. 

J. Monson Boyes do. <fo. 

Wm. Fred. Steer do. do, 

Q, W. Bonham do. do. 

Tho.irUhiHton io. do. 

G. H. Robinson do. do, 

Hugh C. Cotton do. do, 

Cha. Sinclair do. do, 

R.3omnerSeton,di>. do. 

John Thos. Croft, do. do. 

Charles Wabab do. do* 

Stuart Corbett do. do, 

Humphrey Hay do. do, 

Male. IficoUon do. do. 
Henry Berkley 

Henderson do. do. 

Tho. Best Jcrvls do. do. 
Fred.8.8oiheby, 

CB. do. do, 

J. R. Woodhouse do. do. 
Niel Campbell 98 July 89 B.I, 

G. Thomson, CB. do, do . 

Alex. C. Peat, CH.do. do. 
Cmwford Hagait, 

\t1tor,4lO SJ, 

Wm. Coghlaa do. do, 
a Bochfort Scott 

17Noiv.P.Acr. 

F.a.]lobo do. do. 



R. WUbrahainl7NoT.40i>.5. 

Cha. H. ChuKhiU do. do. 
I Lewis Brown, 9 April, 41 

East Indies. 
' G. A. Mee, 96 May 41 do. 

Phillip Anstruther CB do. 

Heniy Moore, CH. do. do. 

A. J. Hadfleld, 8 July 41 do. 

Fred. Wrigkt Haada 

98 Not. <41. S,Ind, 

C, T, TAomae do. do, 
Wm. Rollings do. do» 
Fred. B. White do. do, 
John JerTis do. do, 
Albert Pinaon do. do, 
Geo. R. WiltoB do. do, 
Andr em Fraser do, do, 
James Scolt do. do, 
Wm« Hyslop do. do, 
G.A.Underwood do* do, 
G. S. Blundell do. do, 
Praacla J«Bkfais. 

do. do, 
Chas. Hewetsondo. do, 
John Fawoett do. do, 

D. Thompson do. do, 
Mntos Sheriff do. do, 
Albany Trowmrd do. do, 
Hnminrey Lyons do. do, 
James Mellor do. do. 
Rob. S. Yolland do, do. 
John Pra. Bird do. do. 
Jas. Briggs do. do, 
James Croodace do. do, 
Peter Hamond do. do, 
Geo. Twemlow do. do, 
A. G. H3riilop do. do, 
Thomas Gidley do. do. 
J. Somers Down do. do, 
Jas. Pras«r,CB. do. do, 
Thomas Sewell do. do, 
Fra. B. Lucas do. do, 
H. Stilles FOorddo. do. 
James C. Tudor do. do. 
Step.G. Wheeler do. do, 
Richard Ord do. do, 
P. J. Simpeou do. do, 
Ralph Thorpe, do. do, 
William Cotton do. do, 
James Wyllie do. do. 
G. P.P. Vincent do. do, 
Clifton Benbow do. do. 
Wm. Forbes do. do, 
G. M. C. Smyth do. do. 
Charles Field do* do. 
Cha. G. Dixon do. do, 
Cha. Richards do. do, 
Claud Douglas do. do. 
W.B. Litchfield do. do, 
W. M. N. Sturt do. do, 
R. M. M. Cooke do. do, 
H^illiam Paynedo, do, 
*L.C.A. Meyer, do. Cavalry 

D^pot at Maidstone, 
T. Seaton, CB. 

40ct,42 B. Ind. 
A. Abbott, CB. do. do. 
J. B. Backhouse, CB. do. do. 
H. P. Bum do. do, 

£LR.Malnwafiag do. do. 
A. G. P. J.Yoonghuaband 
do. do. 
Oeo. HaU Mac* 

Ongor, CB. do. w^- 
ghanistun, 
John Peter Ripley, 

98 Dee. 49 E,Ind, 
W.H.8impsoo,CH^o. do, 
T.B.A.NapUton do. do, 
O. Bomey do. do 

J-HalktttOmigtor 

CB, do. do, 

J. Ferris, CB. .do. do. 
P. A. Reid, CB. do. do. 
Q. C. Ponsonby do. do. 
W.Andcrson,CB.do. do. 
R. Shlrreff do. do. 

C. Blood do. do. 

W. Riddell do. do, 

T. H. ScottfCH. do. do. 
T. T. Pears, Clf. do. do, 
R.C.Mooro, CB, do. do, 
O. F. Btoos dob do, 
J. Macadan do. do, 
FradJCaekoioa, CB. do. do. 



C.H JMiaala, CB, 

4 July 48 JB. /. 
M. F. WUloughby, CB, 

do. do» 

W. T. WUtlie, CB. do. do. 
G. Fisher, CB. do. do, 
P. N. B. Tucker do. do. 
J. Jackson, CB, do. do, 
A. Tucker, C0; do. dok 
3. J. SteTena, CB, dok 4to. 

E. Green, CB. 4o. 4ab 
W3.G.Blenkins»C&dAi ^ 

F. E. Mannii^ 
80 Apr, 04 & /•. 

Bimey Browno dew d^ 
Henry Clayton, do. do, 
H. J. Gnyon do. ' dtoc 

Jas. 8a— data do. do, 
J. H. M*DonBld dow dht. 
R. Cautley do. ^sw 

Philip Harris do. db. 

Cha. Bkins do. dl». 

N. A. Parkar do. de. 

P. R. Btoos do. da. 

Tho. Young do. do, 

Oeo. Dalston do. do. 

Geo. TbomflOB^ CM, O Anf. 

BoeruUimg for tko JE. /. 

Co. at Cork, 
Qeoige Hutt« OB. 

9 Jan. 44 do. 
Robert Heodefoon, OB. 

90 Jan. 4ft. do. 
Joshua Tait,GB. doi. do. 
Wm. Mayne, 98 flopt«40do. 
George Hall Mac erag«fv 

CB. 11 Nor. 48 B./iidl«o 

27 Mar. 1840^ Ent Ind. 
T. F. Talt, Beogml Infantry. 

8 Apr. 46. EastJmdUo, 
P. CHanlan, Bengal Car. 
SebasUan Nash, do. 
R. Houghtoi^ Bengal ImL 
H. GMrbott. Bengal Art. 
J. L. Taylor, Bengal laL 
£. PltsOerald Day, Oou, ArU 
W. B. Thomaoo, Bcng. 1^ 
R. Horsford, Bengal Ait. 

B. Napier, Bengal &ag« 
F. W. AnsoB, Boi«al inf. 
J. R. Pond, do. 
O. Johnston, ttytl^y^ if^ 
Goo. Carr, do. 
Patrick Hay, do. . 
W. B. Holmes, do. 
Aneas J. Maeluiy do. 
R. T. Sandeman, do. 
Uenrr Palmer, do. 
Datid Pott, do. 
O. H. SwiiOej, Bengal Art. 
A. Macdougaii, firagal InL 
A. M. Becher, do. 
J. F. Egerton, Bengal Aft. 
J. Christie, Bengal Qst. 

19 June, 40. JSolU Imdieu 
P. Makason, Bengal luC, 
J. Turtoo, Bamal Aru 
P. B. Boiieau, do. 
R.Hill, Bengal iQ^olry. 

C. Corlleld, do. 
Colin Troupk do. 
T. F. Flenijng,do. 
A. L. Campbell, BMig. Car. 
M. B. Loftie, Beng^ imU 
W. E. Bakery Bongal £ng. 
R. Waller. Bengal Ari. 
John Fordyof, do. 
J. Lesson, Bengal Inl 
Cha. O'Brien, do. 
Wra. Hoggan, do. 
W. 8. PUlaas, Bengal Art. 
H. T. Tucker, Beng. Inf. 
A. O. Ward, do. 
E. ChrUtle, Bengal Art. 
T. L. Harrington, Ben. Car. 

D. Seaton, Bengal Int 
Henry Forstar, CB. 

9 Get. 1840. Boot Indieo. 
W. F. Grant 

9 Nor. 1840. Etet Imdioe, 
Witt.8lniilMrB 
fidv. SfTTUite 



Local Rank. 



115 



ftofecrt Wraiffhlim 
HisrvTeffiplcr 

GMhThOOMMI 



DoueUj 
W^JUwUbs 

Sick. BodJMj Bicfcitli 
Cte. Ed*. Fabw 
Ote. Jm. Greca 
J.lbo.amilli 
J.Hn. Cramer 
«• OwmuBp HmB 
JokaUplrap 
Ju.8tMaiis 
G«ab Witfht 
HMilrtooJaiiKM 

John Bjof 
Walter RntteHbrd 
Wa. Fftt Maedonald 
Oco. JoMph Ifami 
PdBT lA Touclitt 
Pbm. CfaM. Seott 
'itn n-TMffTin 
Fn4. io^OMIi 
AMh. Nea 
AJrx. M'Doiwld Elder 
J. Rob. Saadford 
Kcancth CunplwU 
JIu. Roxlmrfh 
Ocofigv TnOriltOD 

OUbctt Jm. Slchttdton 

Hieh. Blood 

J. Hontto CIsrkton 

Ju. BamMjr Bimell 

Hea. Cuitttaf BoileftV 

Jew. Cotfleld 

Mat BiftxiMid 

John Levit 

Edw. SmtoB 

Wn. Tuute flBTtry 

Edw. J. Wttttoq 

Andreir Ormtry 

Alfred BorradaUe 

Finn. Forbef 

Aoi. Ftoher 

Peter UtMBL ■«lTin 

John Bead Brown 

Geo. Mnnro Arlhor 

Bob. Codrington 

Geo. Bmhttin AAothaot 

Charief F«nB«r 

Bob. Hen. Milet 

Wd. Beeee 

Fnaett Whceirr 

Bobw Dnnif White 

JohaPteU 

Ju. Leretton Bevell 

BfnJ. Cris|wB 

D«Tid Oorvtairv 

Wn. And. LoAow 

Arth. Cole Spo«UfWOOde 

Hen. Hall 

ioik GfnIwiBr 

And. RowliBBd 

Arth. CI#flioni Wi^lit 

Hen. Po««r 

Jm. TenpiHon Brett 

Rich, wfteeler 0|Mrrov 

Bob. Campbell 

Goo. Jiuuief 

Geo. He(t 



ChrU. SImpMii ICallBf 
Wm. fihuiite 

Anth. Hiffhmore JelllMe 
Alex. Adam 
Sam. Bich. Rldkt 
Chae. Pooler 
J. Stndbolm Hodgwn 
J. Edw. PanoM 
Bob. Garrett 
Jas. Walker Bayley 
Wm. Barclay GoodMlow 
John Hajrne 
John Watklni 
John Kennedy M'OmdeBd 
Chm. J. Lewea 
Geo. Bich. Talbot 
U ontacue Wm. Perrean 
Bolotrode W. Cumberlege 
Edw. Walter 
Wm. Beaumont 
John Cooper 
Bob. Marsh. Hughee 
J. Edmondttone Landeri 
Cha. J. Oldlleld 
John Cumberlege 
Wm. Oarletlon Ormiby 
John Hutchlnge 
Geo. Hen. Harper 
Bich. Woodward 
Alex. Corie 8oott 
DaTid DaTldaon 
Farqahamon Tweedale 
Wm. Hvnier 
John Hoboon 
Tho. John Nofliall 
Hen. Hudlceton 
John Welohman 
Arth. Knjrrett 
Walter Scott 
J. Hen. Bowden CongdOM 
8. Praoer Hannah 
t Alfied Lewit 
John Shepherd 
Emannel Roberta 
Ftaada Eadra 
T. G. B. Gammell Kenny 
Hen. Aug. Honuby 
Bich. HaU 
Alex. Macleod 
Alex. B. Le Meenrler 
Cha. Brooke BTorton 
Tho. Lyiacht 
Bich. Angelo 
J. Lealand Mowatt 
Edw. J. Dickey 
Chrlftopber H. Naylor 
Wm. Ferguuon BeatMm 
George Bowley 
Willonghby Trertiyan 
John Back 
Cha. Hunter 
J. Skarden Bamaay 
Edwin Hen. Atklnaon 
WilUam HiU 
Ben. Heaton Hobaon 
Jamei Hendenon Macbraire 
Pittd. Cha. JKlwaU 
Fred. Coventry 
Andrew Charlton 
James Benwtfi 
Wm. Brett 
Cha. Lacas 

Hen. Willougliby TVetdyan 
Tho. Eaton CotgraTe 
John Tho. PhilpoC 



Fred. Wm. Blfoh 

George Cos 

Cha. Chester 

Bobert U'Nalr 

Jamea Uaekenxle 

Wm. Benaon 

Bolatrode BygraTt 

John Cha. HawM 

Tho. Candy 

Bob. Wm. Honner 

Geo. Sidney WUklnioo 

Hen. Bower 

Anthony Harrison 

Bam. Auchinleek Giant 

Wm. Meyrick Uacaulay 

Cha. Fran. Le Hardy 

Alex. Shlrrefs 

Bobert Garstln 

DaTld Archer 

B. Hiekley Blehaidson 

Mich. John Bowlandson 

Hen. Moriaad 

Fred. Wm. Todd 

William Halpln 

Coghlll Glendwr Ottley 

John Blaxland 

Fran. Ant. Clarke 

John HiU 

Rob. Grant Carmlchael 

Tho. Maynor 

Cha. WoodfaU 

Francis Dudgeon 

Gus. Oowper Bodbfbrt 

Rich. Lambert 

Arthur Trotter 

John Gordon 

DaTid Scotland 

Hubert Marshall 

John Wm. Hicks 

Hamlyn Lavlcourt Harrlj 

Arnold Bawson Wilson 

Bawson John Crosier 

John Uddell 

St. George Dan. Showers 

John Wyn Strettell 

Cha. Moray Madeane 

Wm. Scott Adams 

Rob. Nich. FMnce 

John Free 

Herbert Bearer 

William Stewart 

Stephen wniiams 

Henry Drummond 

George St. Pat. Lawrence 

Cha. Griffin 

Cha. Commellne 

Hen. Nelson Wontley 

Somerset James Grove 

George Le Grand Jacob 

Henry OriiRlh 

Henry Stamford 

John Grant 

B. Anstruther Parquharson 

Hon, H. Burrard Dalcell 

Edw. Madden 

Edw. Hen. Ludlow 

Hampden Nicholson Pepper 

Philip Ooldney 

Tho. Ditmas 

William Mac^eorge 

J. Chtcbeley Plowden 

George Moyle Sherer 

Fred. Lewis Nirolay 

Lockyer Willis Hart 

Aug. Sam. Hawkins 



Alex. B<A>. Bom 
Edw. Darran 
Wm. Hen. Atkinson 
wm. Freetn 
Rob. Long Shawe 
Wm. Mitchell 
James Dmmmond 
Wm. BlniSeld Wemysi 
Jamea Pope 
FSrands Trimmer 
Httgb Aug. Boscawen 
Peter Abbott 
Bich. Drought 
Fred. Tangban M*Grath 
Wm. Busseli 
Donald Mackay Seobie 

S. I, Depot at WarWif. 
Wm. Elsey, 1 Jan. 47 

I^mdon 
Hen^ Browne, 18 July 47 

Boat IndUt 
John Jacob, 10 Jan. 
George Half, 8 Oct. 
George Balfour, do. 



Beeruiting for the B, India 

C9mpanif'9 Army, 

CAPTAINS. 

Richard Geo.Grange DubUm 

H. yibart Glcgg Bdinburgh 

• Wm. F. Hay, May 4S 

KJ.Co.'s Depot, WarUy 



Officers of the late St. 
Helena Begt. who hare 
loeal rank at St. Helena 
and Eastward of the Cape 
of Good Hope. 
Brigadier' Oeneral. 
CharlesDallas . . . « 14 Feb. 86 
Lient.-€ot9Heh 

C. R. O. Hodaon IS Aug. 19 

■Maior 

D. K. Prltchard..SI Mar97 

CkrptaiiM. 
T.M. Hunter ... .81 Apr. 88 
G A. DenTMffe 88 Apr. 8S 
J. B. Spiller .... 8 Apr. 88 
D. Mc Mahon. . . .80 Aur. 88 
A. A. Yoange. ... 6 May 80 
W. O. Kennedy ..86 Jan. 88 
W. K. DovetoB . .87 Jan. 88 

W.Mason 1 OoU 88 

lAeuteiMtnU, 
G. W. Melllss . . . . 14 Apr. 86 
M. J. Johnson . .80 Aug. 86 
J. Sampson .... 8 Mar. S7 
S. F. Armstrong 81 May 87 
W. P. Sampson.. 18 Sep. 87 

C. S. T. Bond .. Apr. 80 
J. B. C. Mason.. 1 Apr. 81 
T. B. Knipe ... .86 Not. 81 

T. S. Beed 8 Aug. 88 

J. B. Alexander 81 Jan. 88 

D. H. H. Lester 1 Oct. 88 

Bneigns, 
P. N. Greene.... 17 Sep. 80 
H. Marriott .... 17 Sep. 80 
O. S. Chad wick.. 80 Dec 88 
G. Pritehard ....80 Dee. 88 
F. M. Baker ... .16 Mar. 88 



list 



YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. 

Her MejtMt^n Body Guard. 
(IirdTirUTEB BY HENRT YII., IK THB YBAB 1486.) 



Capteiin. 
VUoauni Falkland. 

Lieutenant* 
Bh George Philip 

Sir George Honlton. 

Clerk i^ihe Ckeqwe and Secretary » 
9 WBi Lieui.'Col, John FiteHaorioe, K.H. 

JSmnw* 
9 m William Belldn.* • 9 ffll John Kineald.' 

Lat0 m Captein in tkt \Uk Huuart, 



Thomaf Seymonr Sadler. 



Charles H. Broadwood. 



6 Ushers and 100 Teomen. 

1 Captain Bellairs entered the 10th Hossars in 1811 , and retfa«d from that Regt., aa ■ 
CaptalOy in 1819. He served in the eanpaigns of 1813 and 14 in the Peninsula, and was 
present at the battle of Vittoria, the battles in the Pyrenees In front of Pampc lana on tbe 
27th, 88th, SOthy and 30th July ; blocliade of Pampeluna from 18th to 31st Oct., when It 
surrendered, Ijattle of Orthes,aetion at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides many minor 
aAiirB. Served also the campaign of 1816, including the action at Quatre Bras, tlie 
retreat the following day, and battle of Waterloo : horse killed on the retreat from QaatM 
Bras, and two wounded under him at Waterloo. 

2 Captain Kineaid joined tlie Rifle Brigade in 1800, and retired from It as a Captain In 
1881. He served on the AValchcren cxpctilUon in 1809; aad subiequently In tlic Penin* 
snla, including the retreat to the Unas of Torres Vedras in 1810, oocupatioa of them, 
pursuit of Massena, actions at Santarem, Pombal, Redinha, Casal Nova, Foz d'Arouoe,and 
Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, cctions near Fuente Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte,sicya 
and storming of Ciudad Rodrlgo. — led the itorming party of the ligh^ division ; siege and 
storming of Badajos, actions on the lieights of San Christoval and at Castrefon, battle of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, retreat from Salamanca, in which he was acting Brigade- 
Major to the 1st Brigade of the light division; actions at San Munos and San Milan* 
battle of Vittoria, and three days' severe skirmishing in following the enemy to Pampeluna, 
which ended in the capture of their last grun by the Rifle Brigade : battles of the Pyrenees, 
storming the heishts of Echalar, storming the fortified heights of Bora, battles of the 
Nivelle and the Nive, together with tliose near Bayonne on the 0th, lOlh, lltb, 12th, and 
13th Dec. 1813 ; action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor aflairs. 
Served also the campaign of 1816, and was present at the battle of Qtuitre Bras, the retreat 
on the following day, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris : at Waterloo his horse 
wounded In five places and klUed under him. 



THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN AT ARMS 

Tke Bocfy Ouardo/the Sovereign on all Public and State oecarioM* 

(ESTABLISHED IN THE TSAB 1609.) 

Captain. 
Thomas Henry, Lard Foley, 24th July, 1840. 

lAeutenani. 
Sir Hairy Robinson^ p7 May, 45. 

Standard Bearer. 
Matehew WyaU, p 7 May, 46. 

Oentlemm at Amu* 

Sir Benjamhi Smith '.p20 Sept. 17 '9 John Blakiston^ 8 Dee. 43 

Qeorge Wilkinson p 15 June 19 1 tJ^*?^''?--^*^*^' ♦ ^''' ^ **^- ^'^^R**?'^ 

JamesMoriJon p 81 April 21 '^ ^ 



John George Maud p24 May 28 

John Banks P 6Sept.30 

Thonuu* George Wright Pll Jan. 32 

Benjamin Tomkins p31 Jan. 85 

Henry Larkyns Swart p28 Oct. 37 



George Denne p21 Jan. 44 

John James RobinBon P29Mar. 44 

William Lyon P13 May 44 

9 John Henry Ck>oke> 2 Oct 44 

Wm. Henry Brabaaon Conner • .p 14 Not. 44 
Thomas Richbell p 24 Feb. 46 



George Winchester P30Jan. 38 ,, , t>-i^u qki^m diqm.^.ia 

Jai»» Thomson "24 Feb. 38 S?*' ^iP^^^S*;^ I S^^^tl 

^uMUKo xuvuMuvu, * ^ " Thomas Richard Walker p 2June45 



David Green P 30 July 46 

BrinVardon P 17 Feb. 46 



JSsculapius Held p 4 Mar. 38 

Alfred Perkins p 5 Feb. 39 

I^SS^i^uWkii;; PlSiZl2|Wm. Henry MulockHohne. ..Pl7Feb.46 

^^2?^ir^!. Walker p16 June 40i ^^^^ ^ itfio pSR PpK. 4R 

Alned Markes p21 Aug. 41 

John Lewis Lamotte .p20 Oct 41 

John Ashford P14 April 42 



Francis Watte P2d June 42 

James Mathhu Gilbertson .... p 31 Oct. 42 

James Tyler P2dJan. 43 

Joseph Skipp Uoyd p 2 Feb. 43 



James Little p28 Feb. 46 

Fred. Blow Birkett p28 Feb. 46 

Theobald Blake p 28 Feb. 46 

George Kitson P Nov. 46 

Richard Edward DaTies Pl6Mar.47 

9 Q® P. Percy Neville* p 1 Apr. 47 

(Mqfor, h,p. I2th Foot.) 
EgertonFord PQDec. 47 



Paymaster. — 

^i^tftefif.— James Boace Cnrlhig, p6 May, 38. 
fiar&m^.— Samuel Wilson, p 24 Feb. 31. 
Scarlet, — Facing Blue. Agents^ — Messrs. Hopkinson and Co. 

1 M^or Blakif ton haviiig panad tbroayh the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich in 1809, he proceeded 
to India as a Cadet in the East India Company'! Ser?ice, and waa appointed to the Corps of Engineers on 
the Madras Establishment, being then on ludf-pay as a Lieutenant in H. U . Senrice. In 180S he senred in 
the campaign against the Mahrattas, and was engaged in the battles of Auaye and Argaam, and at the 
sieges and assaults of AJimednuggur and Gawilghur. At the suppression of the mutiny at Vellore in 1805 
be directed the gans by which the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted as Chief Engineer at the captore 
of the Island of Boarbon. Having been employed in reconnoitring the coast of the lale of France previous 
to tihe arrival of the expedition, he was instrumental in discovering the spot where the deicent was made; 
and, having been appointed to the charge of Uie Guides, he led the advance of the Army until the surren- 
der of that Island. For his services on the aliove occasion he was nominated Extra Aide-4e-Camp to the 
Comraaader-in-Chlef, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 1811 ; and having been sent in 
adeaseewlth the Chief Engineer to flx on the point of landing, he was engaged in a serious affair on the 
const ia the boats of H. M. ships Barraeauia and Leda. On the landing of the Army he was engaged in 
the affiUrs of Wellevrieden and Samarang, and at the siege and assault of the fortified position of Cornelia. 
In 1818, having attained the rank of Captain In the corps of Madras Engineers, he returned on furlough 
U^ Bsiglimd. Miortly afterwards, having been placed on full pay in H. M. 87th Regt., he was appointed to 
a eoaapany in the 17th Portuguese Regt., witli which he aeived In the Light Division of the Peninsular 
Arvy oatil the conclusion of the war ; having been present at the battles of Vittoria, Mivelle, Nive, Orthes, 
aod Toulouse, and In all the affairs in which the Light Division was engaged. At the siege of San 
SetaastlaB he volunteered as an Engineer, and while so engaged was severely wounded. For his aervices on 
thia uomslon he was promoted to a company in the 27th Regt ; in 1816 was placed on half-pay ; and on 
tbeSSni Ja«a 1843 he was brought on full pay of thefilst Regt., and retired by the sale of his commissions. 

9 M^jor Cooke aerved with the 4Srd at Walcheren, in 1800. In June 1811 he Joined the Light Diviaion 
In tibe Venlnsnla, and was present at the aiege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Badi^oz (wounded 
at tlie assault), actions of Castn>jon and San Chriatoval, battle of Salamanca, actions of San Munoz and 
Saui llilaa» batlla of Vittoria (wounded), actions in the Pyrenees, siege ot San Sebastian, the attack on the 
heifbu of Vera, battle of the Nlvelle, battles of the Nive on the 0th, 10th, 11th, 18th, and 18th Dec., 
ac^fis at Taibes and Arcangues, battle of Toulouse, besides various affairs of leas importance. On the 
8tk Jaa. l§tB» he was pieient at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. He lerved after- 
vafda with ia« Anny daring the Oecopation In Franee. 

a ICi^lor Neville served in the Peninsula with the 8nd Battalion of the SOth, ftom July 1810 to May 
191S; also the campaign of 1814 in Holland, and that of 1815 in the Netherlands: he was preaent at the 
defence of Cadis, occupation of the lines of Torres Vedra», various minor actions when in pursuit of 
IJMifna. battle of Faentee d'Onor, Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of Badi^os (severely 
wooided in the head and leg when leading the ladder party la the Eacalade of the St. Vincent Baatinn), 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos (severely wounded thiongh the left shoulder in 
the storm of the tirat line of the castle, 4th Oct. 1812), bombardment of Antwerp, assault on Bergen-op- 
ZaaoB, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris: throughout all the above mentioned sieges he acted as 
sa Assistant Engineer. In 1818 he served in the Deccan war, and was present at the capture of Aaaeer- 
fhor; and In 1890 he was attached to the Nisam's Troopa at the capture of a Predatory Force. After 
•ervtag 99 yaars in India with the SOth and 18th Dragoons, and sath and 63rd Regts., hit health failed 
Sa command of the left wing of the 68rd, In a rery nnhealthy climate. 



117 



STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS. 



COMMANDBR IN ChIBF. 

9 ^tai Field Manlul Bis Cfrace the Duke of WsLLiiraTON. KG. OCB. GOH. 

Military Secretary, 
m Ueut-Oeoexal Lard Fitsroy Somerset, GCB. Colonel of the 53rd Regiment. 

Aidei-de-Campm 

SR Colonel Han, George AnBon, Half-pay Unattached. 
Arthur, Marqtdt of Dooro, lieutenant-Colonel ditto. 
Charles, J?aW a/ March, Captain Half-pay Unattached. 
Henry, Marquis i}/* Worcester, Captain 7th Hnssars. 

Aojutant-Genbral. 
9 Lient-General Sir John Kacdonald, GCB. Colonel of the 43nd Royal Highlonden* 

Deputy A^utant'OeneraL 
9 Mfljor-General George Brown, CB. KH. 

Asiiitant AdIjutant'OeneraU 
Lient.-CoIoncl Richard Airey, Half-pay Unattached. 

Deputy Aitietant Adljutant^Oenerah 
9 Major Roche Meade, KH. Half-pay Unattached. 

Inspecting Field Officer, and Superintendent of the Recruiting Department, 
Colonel Sir Richard Doherty, Half-pay Unattached. 

Quarter-Mastbr Gbkbral. 

9 General Sir James Willoughby Gordon, Bart,, GCB. GCH. Colonel of the 28rd 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Ateietant Quarter^Master General. 
9 Colonel James Freeth, KH. Half-pay Unattached. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter^Master OeneraL 

9 W Major John Enoch, Half-pay Unattached. 

fB 



118 



1^^ Regiment of Life Guards. 



Ymt^Scrf. 



58 



Pull 



31 



26 



Half 
Pay. 



22 





20 





10 





19 





U 





11 





11 





11 





8 





7 





5 





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« PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

ColoneL 
9 Stapleton, Viteaunt Combennere,^ GCB. GCH. 2nd Lieut. 26 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut, 16 Mareb, 91; Capi. 28 Fab. 03; Mqfor, Harcb, 04; Lieut.-CoL 
March, 94; CoL 1 Jan. 1800; Af({^or-(?«fi. 30 Oct. 06 ; Lieut.'Gen, 1 Jan. 
12; Oen, 27 May, 25. CoL let Life-Quafds, 16 Sept. 28. 

Lieut.'Cdotui and Colonel, 
John Hall, Cornet^ p 12 June, 17; Lieut, p24 July, 17; Cafft, p2 Aug. 2S 
Brevet'Mqjor, 8 Sept. 31 ; Lieut, -Col, p 27 Dec. 37; CoL Nov. 46. 

Me^OT and Lieut,'CoUmel, 
Bichard Parker, Comet, p 2 Aug. 22; Lieut. Pdl July 25; Capt. P80 Jane S8; 
Brevet-Mqjor, 23 Nov. 41; Mqjor and Lt,'Coh 9 Nor. 46. 



Captains. 
Tho8.Myddelton Biddulpb 

Thomas Bulkeley 

Lord F. A. Gordon .... 
Lord Wm. Beresford. . . . 
Lord Chas. P. P. Clinton 
Sir Chas. Wm. Kent, Bt, 
/f(m.W. H.S.Cotton.. 
John Farrer 



LiBUTBNANTS. 

George Henry Cavendish 

Henry Lowther 

O. H. R. C. Viic, Seaham 
W. G., Barl qf Munster 

John Leslie 

Henry Dorrien Streatfeild 
Robt Wmterbottom, R.M. 
James Macnaghten Hogg 

CORKBTS AKD SUB- 
LZBUTBNANTS. 

Geo., Vitcount Dopplln 
Hon, D.C. FiU-G. De Bos 
Henry Sam brook Crawley 
George Andrews, at^* • . 
B. J. C. Xor<2 Eliot .... 
Edward Roger Dodwell 

Arthur Walsh 

Sir Wm. Aug. Fraser, B*, 
Theophilus John Levett. . 



COR. AND 
6UB-LIBUT. 



P 7 Oct. 26 
p 30 June 28 
P 2 Aug. 29 
P 30 April 20 
P24Jan. 34 
p 10 Feb. 37 
P21 Oct. 87 
pa7Deo. 37 



P 24 Sept. 
P 13 Jan. 



«1 
48 



p 16 Jane 
p 7 July 
16 2>ee. 
p 6 Oct. 



43 
43 
37 
43 



P2e Mar. 44 
p 7 Feb. 45 
P 1 May 46 
11 Uec, 46 
P20I>ec. 46 
P 17 Jan. 45 
P 23 April 47 
P 4 June 47 
P13Aug. 47 



UBUT. 



P28Feb. 20 
P 24 May 31 
18 June 34 
P 4 July 34 
P 5 May 37 
P 16 Aug. 39 
P 18 May 41 
P 10 Not. 41 



31 Jan. 40 
P 5 Sept. 43 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P 1 July 42 
P 23 April 47 
P 4 June 47 

10 Jaly 47 
9 13 Aug. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



PlOMay 84 
P 5 May 37 
P 1 Dec 37 
P27 Dec. 37 
P30 Dec. 42 
P 25 June 44 
P 20 Dec. 46 
P 4Jone47 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



ONOT. 40 



Adjutant, — Cor, and Sub,'Lt, George Andrews, 11 Dec. 46. 
Quarter'Master,'^yvm]am Binnie, 29 Jan. 47. 

Surgeon, — Alexander Elliot Campbell, M.D. 2 June, 43; Assist, 'Surg* 27 Nor. 96. 
Assistant'Surgeon, — ^Thomas Tutlrew, 12 July, 44. 
Veterinarj^'Surgean.—^ William Perciirall,* 30 Not. 12. 

Scarlet. — Facings Blue. — Agent, George Samuel CoUyer,Bsq. 
{^Betumedfrom France, January, 1816.] 

1 Lord Combermere aoeompviled his rvgt. (the eth Dr. Oda.) to Fland«n lo Aof . 17M, sad Mrrcd t* Um 
end of tbatcampaiinti uid uotil June of the fallowing one. In 1700 he embarked in command of tko Mta 
Lt. Dn. for the Cepe of Good Hope, and lerred a short but active campaisn under Sir Thomas Cra%, trbea 



be accompanied his reirt. to India, where he served in the memorable campaigns of 1798 and 90, antest 

ngapataro. Proceeded to the PeiiTnMila 
In'iSOH, In command of a brifade of caTalry, consisting of'the Uth ana 10th Ll. Ors., at the head of which 



Tippoo Sultaun, including the battle of Ualiarelly, and siege of S(>rtngapataro. Proceeded to the Peiit 



he diktinsuifhed htmseif, duriuK the campaign in the north of Portugal, including the opermtiona at Oporto, 
and afterwards at the battle of Talavera. In Aug. 1800^ tba local rank of Lieut.- Uen. waa coaferMd upon 
him ; and, early in I6I0, he was appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry under the Duke of 
WeUlniiton, and rpiriMined In that comn^and until the termination of the war in 101 4, and dlstlngwlebad 
hlm««>ir at the head of the cavalry upon ev«ry occaston that preaented itself, including the varioua artiom 
In co^erinR the retreat from Aluicida to Torres Vedra», battle of Busaco, actions at Villa Oarrla and 
CastnOon, battles of Piif^ntcs d'Onor and Salamanca (M'vrrcly wounded), action at El Bodon, battlas of 
the Pyrrn****^, Ortlies, and Tou1ou«e. Served a'lo at the siese and capture of lihurtporr. in lOSft and SO, 
as Coniman<]<*r-in-rhiHf. His lorrhhip has received a MmJal for Scringapatam, and a Cross and ooa Clasp 
for the battire of Talarera, Puento* d'Onor, Salamanca, Orthe^, and Toulouse. 

4 Ur. perch all served in the Peninsula from September, 1610, to the end of the War In 1814, mod 
present at the battle of TouIoum. Served alao the caropttigB of 1016» loeluding the captora of Farla, 



2d Begimmt ofl^fe Guards. 



119 



7ean*8eiT. 


M 


Full 


Half 


Rij. 


Pay. 


au 


A 






38 





22 





21 





18 





17 





16 





17 





13 





12 





14 





12 





12 





11 





9 





12 





9 





6 





5 





5 





4 





5 





3 





2 





1 





1 





1 





9 





14 





22 


tt 


3 





n 






w PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO. 
CeUmd. 
9 Charles Wm. Marqw of Londonderry,' GCB. GGH. Efrnffn^ 11 Oct. 1794; 
Utut. 80 Oct. 94 ; Capi. 13 Not. 94 \ M^vor, 81 July, 96 } lAeui.-Coi, 
1 Jan. 97; CoUmelt 25 Sept. 1808; Mqjm^Qtm, 25 July, 10; Liwi.-Gen 
4 June, 14; Qen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Co/. 2nd Life Goards, 33 June, 43. 

lAeu^.^Colonel and Colonel. 
James M^Donall, Comet, 9 19 Feb. 18; lAeui. PS Oct. 98; Cmpi. i> 19 Oct. 25 • 
BreoH-Mqjor, 28 June 38; Mtitfar jr LUvt^-CoL PIO April, 40; Lt.-Col 
P 30 Dec 46; Col. 10 April 47. 

Mqjorand Liettt.^ColoneU 
Lefiris Duncan Williams, Cornet^ p 21 June 20; Lieut, p 23 July 26; Capt. p 16 
July 38 ; Brevet-Mt^or, 38 Nov. 41 ; Mi^<nr jr LUui.-CoU P30 Dee. 46. 



Captaihs. 

John Roche 

Mountjoy Francis Martyn 

Geo. Howard Vyse 

Robert Blane 

Thomas Og^lvy 

Thomas Naylor 

Hon. F. John Evans Freke 
Wm. Aug. Tollemache . . 

LZBUTBNANTS. 

James King, R. M 

^071. Rob. Neville Lawley 
E. M. Barl of Longford 
Charles J. Tottenham ... 

Peter Sherwen , n^ 

Han. Comwallis Maude 
Hon. Brownlow C. Bertie 
Henry Savile Lumley . 
Wm. Hamilton GreviUe 



COR. AKD 
flUB-LZBUT. 



P 37 Oct. 26 
P 27 Dec. 27 
P 26 Nov. 30 
P 1 Nov. 31 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 30 Dec. 31 
P 24 Not. 36 
P 15 April 36 

34 July 34 
P 8 July 86 
P 9 July 86 
P 38 April 87 

31 Jun«a0 
P 10 Sept. 36 
Pll Oct. 39 
P 28 May 42 

20 Jan. 48 



LIBUT. 



P 17 Mar. 43 
P 6 April 44 
P 12 May 43 
P 30 Dec. 46 
Pis Feb. 46 
P 22 Jan. 47 
p 26 June 47 
P 17 Dec. 47 



P 29 Jan. 30 
P 22 Mar. 31 
P 17 April 36 
P 26 Mar. 36 
P39 April 36 
P 16 Mar. 33 
P 34 Mar. 37 
P 1 Sept 37 

23 Aug. 38 
P 8 May 40 
P 9 May 40 
P 38 May 43 

33 July 44 
P33 July 44 
P30Dec. 46 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P 17 Dec. 47 



CAPTAXH. 



P 36 Mar. 36 
P 33 April 36 
P 1 Sept. 87 
P 8 June 38 
P 8 May 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P 38 May 42 
P 17 Dec. 47 



BBBTBT^ 
MAJOR. 



Not. 46 
9 Not. 46 



38 Not. 41 



CORNBTS AND SUB- 
LlBUTBNANTS. 

Hon. J. H. Delaval Astley 
Robert Bamford Hesketh 
Edw.FfolliottWingfield, j. 
Are. C. Douglas Hawksley 
Haroourt Johnstone .... 
John G. Carter Hamilton 
J. A. G.Xd. Loughborough 
Charies Hayes Miller. . . . 

Ad^vtanJt. — lAeut. Peter Sherwen, 21 Juno, 89. 

Qtiorfei^ilfas^ar.— William Allen, 36 July, 34. 

Atf^^son. — Abraham Nisbet Connel, M.D. 83 Nov. 89; AteUt.'Surg^ 16 June 

36 ; Hoepiial'Amst. 10 March 26. 
JUelet.*Surffeon.—Qearge M'CuUoeh, MD., 6 June 46. 
Veterinary-Surgeon.'-Johik Wilkinson, 37 April, 36. 

Scarlet— Pacing Blue. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from France, February, 1816.] 

I Lord UfoAaoAmr hM reeelved s cttm and Om clasp for Bshsgun and Benevent^ T*^*!> ?**fJ.v' 
VteentM d*Onor, and Baditfos, and wa« Mvervly wounded in the head bj a mu«ket-baU In UoUaad, lOlk 

Oct. 1799. ^ ^ 

t B 3 



120 



Y«an' Serf. 



65 



Full I Half 
Paj. P«y. 



36 



36 



24 
10 
18 
18 
11 

8 

8 

6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

4 

6 

4 
3 
3 

6 

3 

3 

3 

8 

S 

1 

1 

6 

17 

81 

13 

34 







Royal Regiment of Horse Guards. 

« PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 
CoUmeU 
9 mi Henry Wttllam, Ikfargtas of Anglesey,^ KG. GCB. GCH. Zietd.-Col. 
* 12 Sept. 1793 ; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Mqjw-Qen. 29 April, 1802 ; lAeut.-Qen, 85 
April, 08; Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Field Marshal, 9 Nor. 46; CoUnul of Um 
Boyal Hone Guarda 20 Dec. 42. 

Lieut.'CoUmel. 
9 OB ETerard Wm. Bouyerie,* Comet, p 8 April, 12 ; Lieut. 15 Oct. 18 ; Capi. 
P 9 Sept. 19 ; Brev.-Mqi. 6 May, 31 ; MaJ, ^ Lt.-CoL p 4 Dee. 32 ; Lt.-Coi. 
^ Co/. P 16 Sept. 45. 

3f If/or. 
9 Ha George Smith,' Com«^, 5 Nov. 12; Lieui. 18 Not. 13; Capt. p 22 June 
20; Brev. Mqj, 10 Jan. 37 ; Brev. Lt.'CoL 28 June 38 ; Afqf. p 16 Sept. 45« 















































1ft 



CORNET. 



LIBUT. 



P 27 May 24 p 1 Aug. 86 
P 86 Mar. 89 p 15 Mar. 31 
P87 Feb. 30 P 6 July 32 
P 30 Nov. 30 P 31 May 33 
P 30 June 37 p22 July 42 



3 April 40 
20 Oct. 40 
8 Feb. 42 



P 15 April 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 24 Mar. 43 
P22 Sept. 43 

P 27 Sept. 44 

p 19 Aug. 42 

29 Nor. 44 

P 10 Jan. 45 

P 28 Feb. 45 

24 Nov. 43 
P 4 July 45 
P16 8ept«45 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 5 Feb. 47 
P 20 July 47 



P24Mar. 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 25 June 44 

P 27 Sept. 44 
P 28 Feb. 45 
4 July 45 
P 3 Apr. 46 

7 Aug. 46 

15 Jan. 47 
P 5 Feb. 47 
P30 Mar. 47 
P28 Sept. 47 



OAPTAIZr. 



P 6Jnly 32 
P 9 Jan. 35 
P 11 Not. 36 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P30 Mar. 47 



BBBTXT" 
MAJOB. 



9 Not. 46 
9 Not. 46 
9 Not. 46 



Captains. 

Hon. G. C. Weld Forester 
Wyndham Edw. Hanmer 

JEr<m. Horace Pitt 

R. H. R. Howard Vyse . . 
A. Bateman Periam Hood 

Hugh Smith Baillie 

Lord Geo. John Manners 
LordAXex. F.C.G. Lennox 

Lieutenants. 
Horace Dormer Trelawny 

Robert Sheffield 

Hon. Lewis Alex. Grant 
Hon. Geo. Watson Milles 
Fra. Wm. FitzHardinge ) 

Berkeley ) 

Wm. Griffin Sutton, a4f\ 
Francis Howard Vyse • . 
/.orclOtho A FitzGerald,*. 
Duncan James Baillie 

COBNBTS. 

Joseph Brunt, R.M. . . 
Wm James Hope Gambler 

Edward Breedon 

I^ord Geo. C. G. Lennox 
Sackrille Geo. Lane Fox 

Thomas Leslie 

Cha. Sidney Darers Mills 

Hon. Philip Sidney .... p88 Sept 47 

A4futant.^ Lieut. William Griffin Sutton, 15 Jan. 47. 

Quarter-Master. — Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31. 

.Surgeon.— George GulliTcr, 2 June, 43; A.-S. 12 June, 28; H,'A. 17 Ha7,87. 

Amstant'Surgeon.'^9meA Cockburn, 15 April, 36. 

Veterinary'Surffeon.—^SSBiJohn Siddall,^ 10 Oct. 12. 

Blue — jPocuiyit Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
l^Retumedfrom France, February, 1810.] 



1 Lord Anglesey Joined the Duke of York*t inny In Planden in 17M» fo oomnasd of the 80th ; In th# 
retreat he hed the temporary commsAU of Lord Cethcart's Brigmde. Accompeaicd the Duke on the Expe> 
ditkm to Holland in 1700, and commanded the caralry in the action of the 2nd Oct.,—" late In the erenlact 
the enemy's cavalry haTlng been defeated in an attempt which they made upon ihe British Horse ArtUJery 
on the lM»eh» and having been charged by the cavalry under Lord Pngct, wers driven with conslderahleKMs 
nearly to Egmont op-Zee." In the retreat of that army he protected the rear with his caval^, and uma 
skirmishing having taken place in which several pieces of cannon fell into the hands of the enemy, hia 
Lordship with one squadron attacked the force under Oeneral Simon, amounting to six times his own ni 
hers, repulsed them, retaking the British, and capturing at the same Ume several pieces of the esien 
cannon. In \d06 he proceeded to the Peninsula in command of two brigades of eavaliy ; attacked aM 
iiatcd a body of tla* enemy at Sahegun ; and, during the retreat of Sir John Moore he brought um th« 
tear, and was engaged wiib the enemy at Hayorga and Beneventc. Commanded a division of the Annj 
mder the Earl of Chatham on the Walcheren Expedition, in 1609. Commanded tha cavalry la iho caas- 
paign of 1SI6; engaged in frnjuent charges on the enemy. In protecting the rear of the iatetiy oa thm 
retreat of the 17th June ; and, towards tlie clocc of the battle of Waterloo he was struck on the right thigh 
hy a cannon-shot, — leg amputated. His Lordsliip has received a Medal for Saliagun and Bea«venta. 

a Colonel Bonverie served in the Prnlntula from October, 1819, to the end of that war la 1614« Inclading 
Ihe battle of Vittoria. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was wounded at Waterloo. 

a UeQt.-ColoneISmlth served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, in Spain, France^ and Flaadars« sad was piMcst 
at Che battle of Waterloo. 

ft Mr. fllddaU icrrsd the campaign of 1819, snd vti pisMnt at the battlt of Walario^ 



I. J 



BUnnXnfftiiB 



TMrt'BerT. 



61 



FnM 
Fay. 



20 



26 






17 

35 

12 

11 

9 

12 

9 

8 

8 
7 

12 
6 
6 
6 
5 
8 
6 
4 



8 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
23 



2 
10 
36 

1 

4 



1*/ ( STfttf King's) RegvmerU of Dragwm Guards, 121 

" WATERLOO." 

Colonel, 
9 Han. Sir Wflliam Lmnlcy,' GCB. Comet, 24 Oct. 1787 ; Lieut. 19 May 90 ; 
Cupt. 4 Dec. 93 ; Mtyor, 10 Mar. 96 ; Ideut.-CoL 25 May, 95 ; Col. 29 April, 
1802; Mqjor-Gen. 25 Oct. 09; Zieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14: Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; 
Qtl. 1st Dragoon Gtiards, SO April, 40. 

Henry AitchlBon Hankey, Sns. p 26 June, 23; Lieut. pIO March, 25; Capt. 

P 15 Aug. 26 ; Mqjor, p 27 Sept. 33 ; Lieut.-CoL I March, 30. 

Major. 
Joahua Shnmonda Smith, Cornet^ p 14 Aug. 17 ; Lieut. 25 May, 22 ; Capt. p 19 

AprU, 27 ; Mqjor, P31 Dec. 33 ; Brevet Lieut.- Col. 9 Nov. 46. 





1 

0. 
































1 











Captains. 

Alfred Scott 

9 Fred. HammerBley* . . 
Edmund James Power . . 
Bingham Newland. ..... 

William Warner Alien . . 

John Crofts 

James Peach Peach .... 
George Wm. Blathwayt 

Lieutenants. 

Lockhart Little 

William TuthiU 

Richard A. Moore 

James S. Stirling Stuart 
Charles Geo. O'Callaghan 
Edw. Rob. Starkic Bence 

Charles Arkwright 

James Foster 

Henry Charles Morgan^ 
George Briggs 

Cornets. 
Richard Burke, R.M. . 
Mordaunt Fenwick • • . 
Jas. Rob. Steadman Sayer 
Emanuel Bradbury, adjj. 

Bankes Tomlin , 

George Henry Errington 
Hugh Hamilton 



CORNET. 



P 27 Sept. 31 
P23Jan. 12 
P 6 May 36 
P 20 Dec. 37 
P 29 Not. 39 
P 8 July 36 
P 15 June 39 
P20NOY. 40 

P 7 Aug. 40 
P 11 June 41 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 17 June 42 
P 6 May 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P24 Feb. 43 
15 Dec. 40 
P 6 May 42 
PlOMay 44 



lilEUT. 



P 11 July 34 
P 9 April 12 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P 14 June 39 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P 3 Dec. 41 
Pl7 June 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 

P 16 Aug. 42 
P 19 Jan. 44 
PIO July 37 
P 3 May 44 
P 22 Dec. 43 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P27 June 45 
P30 Dec. 45 I 



CAPTAIN. 



BRETBT- 
MAJOR. 



P 8 Mar. 39 
8 May 40 
Pll June 41 
P 3 May 44 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P25 Feb. 45 
Pll Dec. 46 
P 13 Aug. 47 



Capt. Hammersley Mrrei 
in the Peninsuls from Aof^ 
1819 to the end of that war ia 
1814, and waa prestnt aft the 
battlei of Vlttoria and Toalouat, 
and the inTestment of, and 
the Heighte before Pampeluns. 
Shot throtigh the dtouldsr 
whilat protecting a bouse ist 
the neighbourhood of Dublin, 



P24 Jan. 45 li".,.??.*^ in 1806, when in tHe 
P 13 Aug. 47 



MiUtia. 



8 May 40 
P 14 June 44 
P23May 45 
8 Dec 46 
P 2 Mar. 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 1 Oct. 47 
Payma#fer.-- William Sheppey Greene, 26 June, 40; Bnt. 18 Dec. 24; Lt, 

P7 Aug. 27. 
Adjutant. — Comet Emanuel Bradbury, 8 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-Master. -—Joseph Missett, 30 March, 38. 
iSiMiVmn.— 9 Thomas Lewis,^ M.D. 19 Nov. 30 ; AsHst.-Surg. 9 Sept. 13 ; Hosp,-i 

Aeeist. B July 11. 
Aseiitant'Surgeon. — John Peile, 8 Jan. 47. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — F. Delany, 25 Sept. 44. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Canada, Aug. 1843.] 

I Sir William Lamley commanded the 28nd Light Dragooni in Ireland daring the rebellion In 1798; was 
ereij wounded through the ankle Joint at Antrim, and prcMrred the town fh>m being burnt by t)ie 
rebela. Sabeeqnently eeired in the command of that corps in the first expedition to Egypt under Bir Balph 
Abereiomby. Appointed to the staff at the Cape of Good Hope in 1808, but was afterwards transferred to 
be aecoBd in command of the expedition under Sir Saonuel Auchmuty to South America ; com m and e d the 
•dvanee on landing in the Rio de la Plata, and at the capture of Monte Video, and the tnbsequent disas- 
troua proc e edings at Buenos Ajrres under Lieut.-Oeneral Whitelock. Ck>mmanded the advance and landing 
at the captwe of the island of Ischia, 1800. Appointed to the staff in the Peninsula in 1810; Joined the 
amy in the North of Portugal, and served as Mi^or-Oeneral In Lord H Ill's division, and subsequently in 
the same division under Lord Beresford ; commanded on the Christoval side at the first siege of Bod^}oa ia 
lail, and upon the raising of that siege he commanded the whole of the allied cavalry at the battle of Al* 
bnhera, and also at the cavalry action at Usagre. Sir William has received a medal for Alboherk 

4 Doctor Lcwla served in the Peninsula from July 1811 to June 181.1. 

Lt. Mesga* was present at UMbatOct of Moodkse sad y«roseihah. at wUsh last he was Mvsrtly < 



122 2nd {The Queen's) Eeffimeni of Dragoon Guards. {^TvS^ 



Tevt'Senr. 



65 



Fall 
P»7. 



16 



20 
14 
17 
11 
9 
9 



13 
10 
18 
8 
7 
8 
5 
5 
6 
3 

7 
3 
1 

13 



Half 
P«y. 







lA 





























CcHemtL 

Sir Thomas Qage Moiitresor,< KCH. Ent, 12 Hareb| 1783 ; lAiui. 4 April, 83 : 
Capt, 17 June, 04; Memory 12 April, 99 ; Lieut. -Cell, 27 June, 1801 ; OoL 25 
July, 10 ; Mqjor-Gen. 4 June, 13 ; lAeut.-Oen, 27 May, 25 ; Om. 28 Nov. 41 ; 
Col 2nd Dragoon Qi]«rds,20 Feb. 37. 

Zieui.^CoUmel. 

William Campbell, Comet, p 6 Jan. 32 ; Lieui, p 12 Apr. 33; Capt. p 37 May, 36 ; 
Mqfar, Pll June, 41 ; JAeut.-CoL p30 Jan. 46. 

Mqjor, 

Power Le Poer Trench, .EWi^vt, p12 Aug. 24 ; Lieut, p17 Dec. 25; Capi. PdO 
Dee. 26; Brevet-Mqjor, 23 Kot. 41 ; Mqfar, p30 Jan. 46. 



Captaxitb. 

Hen. Bt. John Mildmay . . 
Francis Meynell ...•.«.. 
Hylton Brisco ........ 

Bobert Wm. Dallas 
Fred. James Ibbetson 
James Ley 



• • . • 



LlBUTBNAKTS. 

Francis Hayiland, tui^, . , 
Charles Hugh Key • • . . 
John Henry Bills Ridley 
CharlesEdwardConyers,^. 
John Sonthcote Manseigh 
Charles William Calyert 
Fountaine Hogge « • • • • 
John Carstairs Jones. . . 
Charles Edward Walker 
Leyoestar Hibbert . • • • • 



GORNBT. 



28 
34 
31 
37 
39 



13 





12 





22 





2 





13 






CORNBTS. 

George Bushman, R.M. 

Bdwud Saunders 

Thomas Bela^ Tomlin . 



P20 Nov. 
P 17 Jan. 
Pll Oct 
P 6 Oct. 
P 17 May 
P13 Deo. 



24 Not. 85 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P 33 Sept. 36 
P 18 Dec. 40 
P 11 June 41 
P 6 Not. 40 
p 9 May 43 
P 15 Dee. 43 
P29 Dec. 43 
P23 8apt.45 

30 Apr. 41 
P 80 Jan. 46 
p 25 June 47 



LIBUT. 



OAPtAXH. 



P 8 June 30 
P24 April 85 
P 35 July 84 
P13 Dec. 39 
P 18 Deo. 40 
Pll June 41 1 



29 8ept.37 
P 23 April 89 
P 12 June 40 
P 26 Nov. 43 
P 9 May 43 
Pdl Mar. 48 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P23Sept.45 
P 14 Apr. 46 
p 25 June 47 



P 7 Apr. 87 
P 3 Dec. 41 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 23 Sept. 46 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 26 June 47 



BRBTBT« 

XAJOB. 



P<^fiutf<er. — Henry Bond Head, 30 May, 45; JBns. p2S Dec. 36s LieiU, pSI 
June, 39; Capt, p21 Mar. 46. 

A^jutant^—IAeui. Francis Hariland, 4 Dee. 36. 

Quaritff^ Jfof^tfr.— John HaTiknd, 15 July, 36. 

Surgeon, — ^Alexander George Home, M.D., 24 Marcb^ 43; Aseiti^Surg, 18 
Jan. 27 ; Ho$p.'AuUt, 6 Oct. 26. 

Astistant'Sutrgeoiu^AJexMadet Smith, M.D.. 7 Aug. 46. 
Veterinary Sutgeon^~'4yp^ Smith, 80 Feb. 86. 

Scarlet— .Flofjfi^ Black. — AgentOf Messrs. Charles UopUnson k Cob 
IRetitmedJrom FraneOf Nopember, 1818.] 

I gir Thoaai Moatraor hn been twmtj-ftrar jtart am rafflBMntal fVill-|Mij, dartag whleb perlad h» Miiiii 
•fc Qlbnltor lo 1790 aod 01 ; In Pland«n and Uolluid la 1798, 4, ud 6) tb* Eifptlsn enrnpniga ef 1801; 
iMBtly ma»f fmn tn Tjidin. 



*?iSSS^3 ^rd{The Prince of Wales's) Regt. of Dragoon Guards. 123 



« TALAVEBA" — ** ALBUHERA" — « VITTORIA »» — « PENINSULA." 



40 



Foil 



23 



17 



16 

15 
11 

e 

10 
10 



8 
6 
6 
5 
6 
4 
4 
9 



1 
1 
1 
1 

18 

6 
7 

41 
1 

15 



HaV 



































19i 



CoUmel. 
9 99i Charles Hnrray^ JBarl Cathcarty> KCB. Ens, May, 09 ; lAeut. 10 Aug. 
09 ; Capi. S Feb. 00 ; Mf^OTt 14 May, 07 ; Lieut.»Col. 30 Ang. 10 ; Ccd. 12 
Ang. 10 ; Mqfor-Gen. 8d Jaly^ 30 ; Lt,'G€n. 33 Not. 41 ; Colonel Srd Dm- 
goona, 19 Not. 46. 

JAeta.»Cohnel4 
Thomaa Artibiir, Comet, p 23 Jnue, 1825 ; Lieut, p 19 Sept. 26 ; Capt. f 8 Feb. 
31; Mqf^Ty P 15 Sept. 38 -, Z4eut,'Col. p12 May, 43. 

M({for, 

John Daniel Dyson, Cor, p9 Dec. 31; Lieut.vft^ Mar. 33; Capt. p8 July 36 ; 
Jf<i;<y,P19 Jone,46. 



Captains. 

Francis Oarratt 

Edward Dyson 

William Squire 

Tho.TristramSpryCarlyon 
Henry Hidunan Bacon . . 
Edward Bagwell Porefoy 

LlEtTTBKANTS. 

Peter Brongbton 

A. Radkin Robinson, atg, 

Henry Marsh 

Richard Croker 

Thomas Edward Whitby 
Edmund Henry Tnrton . . 
Frederick Aston Oakes . . 
Aieh« Douglas Montaath 



COBNBTS. 

William Hickes Slade .. 
Henry Heywood Lonsdale 
J.H. de Ca^onu^ Lawson 
Wyndham Knatchbull .. 



CORNET. 



P 9 Mar. 32 
P 18 Oct. 33 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P27 Dec. 42 
P 8 June 38 
P 15 Sept. 38 



PSOOot. 40 
22 July 42 
P 6 Aug. 42 
P 10 Feb. 48 
P 12 May 43 
Pl6Mar. 44 
P 5 July 44 
P24July 46 



10 Mar. 47 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 6 Nov. 47 
P 3 Dec. 47 



LIBI7T. ! CAPTAIN. 



P30 Jan. 35 P 8 Not. 42 
P 27 Oct. 37 P 17 Mar. 43 
P 2 Aug. 42 j p 19 June 46 
P 6 Dec. 44 p 1 Dec. 46 
P 8 Nov. 42 ! p 5 Nov. 47 
P 10 Feb. 43 p 3 Dec. 47 



p 17 Mar. 43 
11 May 43 
p 12 May 43 
P22NOV. 44 
P 19 June 46 
P 24 July 46 
P 5 Not. 47 
p 8 Dee. 47 



BBBYBT 
MAJOR. 



Payiiuwfer.— Ernest Aug. Hawker, 19 Oct. 38; Bnt, 30 8«pt. 30 1 lAeut, p8 

July, 36. 
A4ftUant, — Zieut, Andrew R. Robinson, 2 Aug. 42. 
Quarter'MoMter.^-ff John Hey don,' 30 April, 41. 

Surgeon.— 9 Ocorge Alex. Stephenson,' 28 Oct. 13 ; AaUt, Surg. 14 May^O?. 
Atnttant Surgeon, — Richard Carmichael Bourne, 13 July, 47. 
Veterinary Surgeon^ — ^Thomas Browne, 26 July 34; JSnt, 26 Dec. 13. 

Scarlet— Fadnge Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

IRetumedfiwn Frtmee, J'anuary, 1816.] 



1 Lofd Oatlicart Mrved <m the Helder MptdiUon in 1790. Accompanied the Expedition under Sir 
3Mm Omig, sad Mrved in Naplei and Sicily, iu 1800 and fl, ae AieisUmt Quarter^Marter-General. Serred 
en the Bdieldt expedition, and wae preeent at the alege of Pluthing, in 1800. Proceeded to the Peninnila 
In 1819, ae an Aarietant Qaarter-Maeter-General, and wae present at the battle* of Baroaea, Salamanca, and 
Vltloila, for which he has reeeired a medal and two clasps. Served also the eampal^ of 1816, and wae 
piesant at Nio bnftlle of Waterloo 

9 Q«arter*Maeter Heydon's serrioes :— eipedltlon to Walcberen, siege of Plunhing, and expedition to 
Sentii Bev^and, in 1800; Penlneular Campaigns of 1819 and 18. 

8 Mr. Stephenson served in the Peninsula from March 1600 to the end of that war In 1814. 



Yean'Serr. 



62 



124 4tfi (Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoon Guards, [at Notunsinm. 

On the Standards and AppoinUnento the HARP and CROWN, and the 
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto " QuisStparabUt** 

" PENINSULA." 

Colonel. 
a Sir George Anson,' GCB. Comet, 3 May, 1786; Lieut. 16 Harc^, 91} 
,Capt. Sept. 92 ; Mqfor, 26 Dec. 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 21 Dec. 97 ; CdJ. 1 Jan- 
06 T Afq/.-G^. 26 July 10 ; JW«i#.-C?«i. 12Aiig. 19; Gen- 10 Jan 37 j CoL 
4th Dragoon-Guards, 24 Feb. 27. 

Lieut, 'Colonel. 
m SB James Charles Chatterton,' KH. Comet, p23 Not. 09 ; Lieut. 6 Jnne, 

11 ; Capt. P 26 March, 18 ; Afqfor, p 22 July, 24; Lieut.-Col. p 18 Dec. 27 ; 

Col. 23 Not. 41. Mqjor. 

Edward Cooper Hodge, Comet, 3 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 3 July 28 ; C«p#. p 19 Dec. 

34; itfq;or, P3Dec. 41. ^^^^ 



Pull 
Pay. 



33 



22 



Half 



6* 



12 
11 
10 

8 
12 

7 

7 
6 
6 
6 

4 
4 
4 
2 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

38 

6 

14 

16 

3 

20 

































Captains. 

William Charles Forrest 
Thos. OliTcr W. Coster . 
Geoi*ge Thomson Jacob . 
Francis Rowland Forster 
Josias Rogers John Coles^ 
James Cunningham . . . 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Jones 

John Mullen, a<(/ 

Pra. Hastings G. Nicolls 
Ernest Henry Lane • . . 
Thos. Miller Clarke, R.M. 

Michael M'Creagh 

Thomas Bigoe Williams 
Arth . MasterMn Robertson 

Cornets. 
John Collingwood • • • • . 
Henry Thos. Richardson 
John Rich. Smyth Wallis 
John MacDonnell Webb 
W.Wm. RudyerdWilliams 



CORNET. 



LIEUT. 



11 Mar. 36 

4 Aug. 37 

27 AprU 38 

7 Feb. 40 
2 Sept. 36 

21 May 41 

23 July 41 
9 Mar. 43 
2 June 43 
14 July 43 
30 July 44 
26 July 44 
23 Aug. 44 

18 May 46 

19 Blay 46 
29 Jan. 47 
19 Mar. 47 

2 Apr. 47 

8 Oct. 47 



P 6 Jan. 39 
P 28 Not. 38 
P16 Aug. 39 
Pll Mar. 42 
p 22 Mar. 39 
P 7 April 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 19 May 43 
26 Mar. 46 
P27 Mar. 46 
P 19 May 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 



P 7 Sept. 41 
P 27 Mar. 46 
p 19 May 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 



BREVET 
MAJOR. 



4Capt.Bai0tonwMi 
ed with m dctaehiMnt of tlw 
84th LIf bt Dncoont 1b tk« ool- 
ward bound Indian fleet, whlcii 
maintained an setloa vflk m 
French iqoadron, under Ad- 
miral Linoit, off the Mauritine. 
0th Ang. 1805, and In which the 
enemj were heaten off. On the 
6th Aag. 1800, he led the ad- 
vanced equadron eff hie regi- 
ment in action with the rebel! befere Soinct- 
paum* in which the latter were healea and die- 
perted; and on the lame date he commanded 
the outlyinir piquet In a night attack from the 
garrifon of Serlngapalam. 



Paifnuuter.— John Ralston/ 29 Dec. 26; Comet, p6 July 04; Lieui* 10 July 

06; Capt. 26 May 14. 
AdffutatU.'-Lieut. John Mullen, 10 March, 43. 
Quarter-Maeter. — ^ John Andrews, 20 June, 34. 
^ur^eofi.— Chiliey Pine,* 6 Dec. 43 ; Aseiet.-Surg. 2 Aug. 33. 
Aseiet.'Surgeon.'-^tkmGe Flytcr, 6 June 45. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — James Rainsford, 26 Dee. 28. 



Scarlet — Pacings Blue. — Agent, Geo. Samuel Collyer, Esq. 
IBetumedfrom Portugal, May, 1813.] 

1 Sir Oeoife Aaton tenred in Holland under H. R. H. The Duke of York and Sir Ralph AJberetomlkj. 
Berved aleo the campaigns of 1809, 10, 11, 12, and 18 in the Penlneula; commanded the Iflth Light Dia- 
goone at the battle of Oporto ; and a brigade of Light Caralrj at the battle* of Talavera, Bueaeo» 8alamaiica» 
and Vittorla. Sir George has reeeired a Uedal and two Claapt for Tklavera, Salamanca, aad VHtorIa* 

S Colonel Chatterton lerred In Portugal, Spain, Fland«fTe, and Prance, from 1811 to 1818, iiclmUBf Ike 
aflhli* at Puente Ouinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte; the siegee of Cludad Rodrlgo, aad Bada)oa; aaloaM at 
Umgre, Llerena, Sa l amanca, Height* of San ChrietoTal, Rueda, Caatrafon, to the Battle of llalamiHi a ; 
ailUrt at Tndela, Valladolid, and Celada del Oanino, to the inTeetment and etefe of Burgoe ; the actloM at 
Monaaurlo, Quintana Palla, Venta del Poio, and Cabeson, upon the retreat from Bnigoe to ~ 
thence the out-poeteat the Paeiage of the Huebra, to Cludad Rodrlgo. Up ' ~ 
Portugal; the action at Oema ; Battle of Viitoria; actions at Villa Pranca 
ture m San Sebastian. The actions on crossing the Btdassoa, and carrying 

ments. The battle of the Nlvelle at St. Jean de Lus; at Anglet; and In front of Bajonne; battle of the 
Kire; p a ss age of the Adour, and loTcctmont of Dajonne ; occupaticm of Bordeaux ; passage of the Oaraaae, 
aad allUr at Etaollen upon the passage of the Dordogne; battles of QuatreBias and Waterloo | the 
advance to aad capture of Paris ; and with the army of occupation in France. 

9 Capt. Coles screed with the 4th Light Dragoons in the rfreign under Lord Kaaae ia Sdade aad 
ASfchanisian In 1888-^ and was present at the taking of Obnnte. 

8 Mr. Pine lerred with the 90th on the China expedition, and was present at the first enpCni* of ClinMB* 
attack on Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, repulse of the night attack oa Itlngpo, attack aad ca| 
oC TlKktb Cliapoo, Bhtnghal and Woosang, and Chia Klang Ptoo. 



Upon the adTaace of the mrmy f^om 
ica aad Toleee, to the sieae aaA can- 
ring the enemy's lortifled eat i e n ea* 



^"trSHT'l ^'* (ThelMncess Charlotte of Wales's) Reg. of Dr. Gds. 125 



The motto '* Vestiffia nuOa retrartuni."^*' SALAMANCA"—" VITTOBIA"— 

"TOULOU6E"— « PENINSULA." 



Tctn'ScrT. 



68 



Colonel, 



FnU 
Pmy. 



16 



Half 
Pfcy. 



1* 



83 





16 





18 





11 





U 





11 





10 





9 





7 





7 





23 





8 





3 





3 





8 





3 





2 





8 





1 





32 


H 


8 





7 





39 


H 


7 





6 






9 Sir John Slade, Bart^QCH,, Comet, 11 May, 1780; Lieut. 28 April, 83 ; 
Capt. 24 Oct. 87; Mqjar, 1 March, 94; Lieut.-Col. 29 April, 95; Col 29 
April, 1802 ; Mqfor-Gen. 25 Oct. 09 ; Lieut.'Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 
37; Co/. 5th Dngoon Guards, 20 July 31. 

Lieut.'CoUmel. 

Han. James Yorke Scarlett, CbnMf,P 26 March, 18; Xieu«. p 24 Oct 21; Ct^t. 
P9Jane,25; Afi|;or,Pll June, 30; Xteu^.-Cpl. p 3 July, 40 

Mqfor. 

William Henry Archer, Cornet^ p28 Dec. 32; Lieut. P17 July, 35; Capt. 
9 1 June, 38 ; Mofor, p 16 May, 45. 



Captaiks. 

Abraham Bolton 

Robert Bell....* 

John Ireland Blackbume 
James Charles Torke. . . . 

Arthur Prime 

George Lloyd Robson .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Wm. Noel Algernon Hill 
George Rowan Hamilton 

James Fort 

Charles Holder 

9 James Henley, R. M. ' 
Thomas Robbins, ad^. . • 
Chardin Philip Johnson. • 
John Jenkins Thomas . . 
W. Sandfd. Wills Sandford 

GOBNBTS. 

John Fort 

George Duckworth . • . 
Charles Wilton Goad. . . 



GOBNBT. 



P 12 Oct. 26 
P 16 Nov. 32 
P 3 April 35 
P 19 Jan. 37 
P 30 June 37 
P 28 JioY. 37 

P 10 Aug. 38 
P 10 Aug. 39 
p 11 May 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 

6 Jan. 25 

7 May 40 
P14 Mar. 45 
P 11 July 45 
P 14 Aug. 40 

P 10 Oct. 45 
P 12 June 46 
7 July 46 



LIBVT. 



P 26 June 27 
P 27 June 34 
P 17 June 36 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 5 April 39 
P 3 July 40 

P 26 Oct. 41 
P 3 June 42 
P 27 Jan. 43 
PSOJuly 44 
P 28 Nov. 45 
13 AprU 46 
P 14 April 46 
P 30 Mar. 47 
P 8 Aug. 45 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Mar. 33 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P26 Oct 41 
Pll July 45 
P26 Sept. 45 
P 30 Mar. 47 



BBBTBT- 
XAJOB. 



9 Nov. 46 



Adolp.Wm. Desart Burton* p 30 Mar. 47 

Paynuuter. — Henry Aug. Jackson, 15 Dec. 37 ; Sns, 27 Aug. 15 ; Lietit. 8 

April, 25 ; Capt. 18 Dec. 35. 
Ailfutant. — Lieut. Thomas Robbins, 8 May, 40. 
Quarter^Master. — Alexander Langford, 18 June, 41. 
5Mi^«m^-^ames Barlow,' M.D. 29 July, 13 ; Auist.'Stirg. 5 March, 07 ; Sotp.* 

Aftiet. 25 June, 03. 
Asgittant'Surgeon, — William Arden, 9 April 41. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — George Fisher, 29 Dec. 43. 

Scarlet — Faeinge Green. — AgentSf Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 
\^Retur7iedfrom Spain, July, 1814.] 

1 Sir John Slsds terred in Portugal and 8pain» under Sir John Moore, in command of ths Rafiar 
Brifade, hidndinf the different operatioDi terminatinf with the battle of Corunna. Placed again on the 
itaff m tlie Peninsula, in Aug. 1809, where he serred until June, 1819, in command of a brigade of caralrj. 
Sir John baa receiTcd a Medal and one Claip for the battles of Corunna and Fuentes d'Onor. 

S Ucvt. Henlnsr served the campaign of 1814 in the Peninsula, including the battle of Toulouse. 

i Dr. Barlow's tanriees .-—Expedition to Copenhagen in 1907; capture of Martinique In 1809; cnaipaJgn 
of nU in the HetlMrlandt and France. 



126 6th B^meni of Ihaffom Guards (Carabineers.) [ 



TMn'Scrr. 



63 



FuU 



42 



40 



88 
17 
10 
15 
7 
18 

86 
19 
9 
6 
9 
6 
3 
8 
4 
8 

8 

1 
1 

9 

18 
18 

38 

88 
8 



Half 
Vmj. 



CokmeL 






% 


























A 





9 Sir ThomES Hawker/ KCH. C&metf 18 Hay^ 1795; Xim^. 6 April, 96; 
CapriOJul7,99; Af<|;or, 33 Not. 1804; Xieti/.-Col. 2 Sept. 08 ; CW.4Jiiiie, 
14; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 25; Litui-Gen, 88 June, 38; Col. 6tii Dragoon 
Guards, 5 June, 39. 

Ueyt^'CoUmtL 

9 CO James Jackson,' KH. Era. 9 Oct. 06 ; lAnd, 86 Jan. 08 ; Capt. p 85 Jane, 
13; Srevet'Mqf(>r,l9 June, 15; Mafor, P86 April, 87; Brevet'-Limi.^CoL 
85 May, 36 ; Lieut.-CoL p 8 March, 39 ; Cbl. 88 Nor. 41. 

David Hay, Comet, 6 Oct. 08 ; ZAeut, p31 Oct. 11: Capt. P5 Aug. 19 ; Brewi^ 
Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Regtl-Mqfor, P 14 April, 87 ; Brevei'Lt^CoL 1 Not.4& 



Captains. 
Henry lUohmond Jones . 
Hon. A. G. ?. Jocelyn . 
William Xeville Cnstance 

Charies Sawyer 

Bdward Hare Croker .... 
Daniel Henry MacUnnon* 

LiBUTBNANTS. 
William S. PhiUps, R.M. 
Thomas Manders, a4f- • • 

Phillips Buchanan 

Frederick Charles PoUull 
Henry Dawson ••«•..•• 
Samnel James Morton • . 

Thomas Hey wood 

Edward M'Bvoy •••••• 

John Forster . • 

tliomas O. L. Carew Gwyn 



oomNBT* 



P 9 June 25 
P 26 April 31 
Pll Oct 81 
P 6 Sept. 33 
P 17 Aug. 41 
P 1 July 36 

85 Oct. 28 
P 30 July 35 
P 6 Sept. 39 
P31 Mar. 43 
P84Ang.39 
P 9 June 43 
P88N0T.45 
P 30 April 40 
P85Ang. 43 
Pl6Jan« 46 

P 1 Msy 46 

P83July 47 
p 10 Dec. 47 



LXBUT« 



P 14 Not. 26 
P 6 July 32 
P 26 June 35 
P 8 April 86 
P 9 June 43 
P83Mar. 38 

16Fch. 86 
6 Oct. 38 
P17 Aug. 41 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P 24 Feb. 48 
Pa8NoT.45 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 83 July 47 
8 8ept47 
P 5 Not. 47l 



OAPTAIH. 



P 18 June 30 
P 17 Aug. 41 
P 16 Mar. 38 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 6 Not. 47 
Pl60ci. 47 



BBBTBT- 
XAJOB. 



9 Not. 46 



CORITBTS. 

Josiah Manhall Heath . . 
J. J. Williams Fredricks 
John Davit Sherston .... 

Paymatter. — Simon Fitsherbert Jacson^ 80 Maitb, 46; Sm* P 86 Jan. 38; 
Lieut. P 2 April, 41. 

Atffuiant. — Limti. Thomas Manders, 31 July, 36. 

Quarter- Jlfof^er.— Thomas Smith, 26 June, 35. 

Surgeon.^'9 John Heriot/ M.D. 16 April, 12 ; Auittant-Surgeanf 8 Not. 04: 
Hotp.' Assist. 11 May, 04. 

Assistant-SurifOon^^BeBay Carline, 88 Sept 86 ; HoipiiaUAssittmU, 31 Ai^. 86. 

Veterinary ^ur^eon.— Alfred Henry Cherry, 88 Sept. 46. 

Scarict — Faeinqs White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from Buenos Ayres, 1808.] 



1 Sir ThomM Hawker was prcMol Id tht aetioni in North Holland, Dm Held«r exp«ditioiw In tbs lock, 
IIMh Beptem b er . Snd an4 Oih Oclobcr* ITfW; and was prewnl In command of the SOtli LIflit DragooM la 
ertrj aetloa in which tb« British troops ware ansaced on th« aastarn aoast of Spain, In 1819 aad 18U; ha 
has sohMqaantlj served on the Stafll^ In India, as MiOor-Oeneral. 

a Colonel Jackson served in the Peninsula, from April, 1800, to the end of that war in 1814, ti.^i«Hi«f 
the hafcllaa of Oporto, Talarera, and Busaco { action at Kediiiba, battle of Puenies d'Onor, first siege of Ifcda 
Jos, aetloa at El Bodoa, sleffs and capture of Ciudad Rodrlgo, slefe and capture of Bad^os, battles of Bala- 
iBaaca,Titlorla, Maya Pass, Pampelana, Idlh Jul/, Pyrenees, SOth July, Nlrelle, NIve, and Bayonaa. Pieasnt 
at Waterloo, and with the army of occupation in Prance. Served In India and Arabia tnm 181S I* isas, 
inclndhiK *^ capture of Beni-Boo«AIl, as Military Secretaiy to Sir Lionel Smith, and, for which Mrrks, 
ho was raconmended by the Marquis of Hastings for the rank of Llettt.-Colonel. 

8 Oaptain Mackinnon served with the 10th Lancers throughout the campalga la Afl^haaietaa, ander 
Lord Keane, and was p r esent at the siege and capture of Ohusaea (Medal). He served also la the caaa* 
palga OB the Sutm (Medal) in 1840, including the battles of Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobiaos. 

4 Dr. Hefiot served la the Peniiwula from Jane, 1800, to the end of the war, ladadtag the balllM of 
TilaTtn sad Bslsnuacs, siege of Bargee, sad batUet of Tittoita, the fyrs a tes, sad Orthce. 



TeaiVflerr 

• 


48 


rm 


Hftlf 


•Paj. 


P*7. 


18 





16 





13 





18 





13 





6 





1 ^^ 





19 





6 





6 





5 





6 


5 I 


6 1 


3 


!« 



a^S!^Z^ 7th (Thi FHneeu BoyaPt) Begment of ["TSSlto^ 

Dragoon Chtards. 



CcioneL 

Han, Henry Hamy/ CB. Comet, 16 May, 00; Xf. 11 Jimc,01 ; Capi, 24 Aug. 
02 ; Mqfor, 26 March, 07 ; Lt.-CoL 2 Jan. 12 ; Co2. 22 July, 80 ; Mt^or-Gm, 
28 June, 88 ; CoU 7th Dragoons, 18 Dec. 47. 

LUut.-CoUnuiL 
John Charlea Hope Oibaone,* Comety p8 Oct. 80; Litut, p 16 Aug. 88; Copt. 
»S4 July 85; MqIWy P26 Feb. 46; Xieiie.-lC7o/. p8 Sapt. 47. 

Me{jor, 
Sir Harry Darell,' Bart., Comet, p 1 June, 32 ; lAeut. p 12 June, 35 ; Capt, 
P 14 July, 41 ; Mc^or, p3 Sept. 47. 



•.••«* 



••.•.. 



3 I 

2 

2 I 

1 ,0 

1 I 



1 
1 

15 

1 
5 
13 
2 
5 
2 

















Captains. 
John Campbell . . 
Heniy Schonswar 

William Hogg 

Antoine Sloet Butler 
Arth. CaTendlflh Bentinck 
John Hamilton Gray^ 
Pearson Scott Thompson 

LiBUTBKANTS. 

Charles Edward Petre 
Philip Banbury* 
Anneslcy Paul Qore . 
John Thomas Cramer 
Cha. John BemersPlestow 
Arnold More Knight^ . . 
Allen Noble Adaxns .... 

CORITETS. 

Nicholas De la Cherois . . 

Nugent Chichester 

John Gray, eu{f, 

Bobert Young, R. M 

William Stnckey Wood . . 
William Middleton .... 



CORNET. 



P 16 Jan. 85 
P 24 July 36 
P 30 Oct. 86 
P 8 April 42 
P 2 Not. 38 
P 24 Not. 29 
P 6 Aug. 42 

P22Jaly 42 
P 16 Mar. 48 
P 7 April 48 
P22 Dec. 48 
P20 Dec. 42 
P 14 Feb. 46 
P27 June 45 

P 6 Feb. 46 
P 6 Not. 46 
1 Jan. 47 
P 8 Jan. 47 
p 2 Mar. 47 
P 19 Mar. 47 



LI BUT. 

I 

,P27Mar. 40 

I P 24 April 40 

iPUJan. 42 

P 10 Mar. 48 

P81 Oct. 40 

15 Sept. 37 

P 7 June 44 

P26Feb. 46 
P 6 Feb. 46 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 2 Mar. 47 
P 19 Mar. 47 
29 Jan. 46 
P 3 Sept. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 Mar. 48 
P 22 Deo. 48 
P27 June 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 2 Mar. 47 
22 June 47 
P 3 Sept. 47 



BBBT.-MAJ* 



PaymoMter^—ThomMB Smales, 30 July, 44 ; Em. p81 May, 83 ; Lt. 20 May, 36; 

Capt, 16 April, 42. 
Adijutant, — domet John Gray, 1 Jan. 47. 
Qicarter-lfa«««r.^Henry Magill, 10 March, 48. 

Surgeon, — George Northern Foaker, 15 Dec. 46; As8ist,''Stifff» I May 35 
Astitt, 'Surgeon. — Richard John Loch, M.D., 7 Aug. 46. 
Veterinary Surgeons. — John Bruer Miniken, 24 March 43. 

Benjamin Chaning Rouse Gardiner, 19 May, 46. 
Scarlet — Faeinge black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

1 M^or-Gcnenl tbe Hon. H«ar7 Mamv senred in Naples, Sicily, and Calabria, In I800-7. Aecom- 
Bsnicd tbe expedition to Egypt in March 1807, and wai present, as an Aide-de-camp, at tbo attack on 
l^lflBMidfta, siege and stormlag of Boaetta, and on etery other occasion when oar troops were engaged. 
Serred at Walcheren in 1809, including the siege and surrender of Flashing. Went with the 18th Hussars 
to tbe Peninsala in Jan. 181S ; present at the crossing of the Eslar, and commanded the regiment In sup- 
pott of the 10th Huiaars at the action of Morales de Toro. Serred also in the campaign of 1816, including 
«h« b«ttlo of Qmtre Braa: commanded the rear regiment of the Column on the retreat daring the following 
day ; and, at the battle of Waterloo, he led the 18(h Hussars in the brilliant charge of Sir Hussey Vivian's 
Brigade, at the conclusion of the action. 

a UeaL'-Oolonel Olbsoiie sewed throughout the Cafflr war, and was with Colonel Somerset's dWision at 
tka flNctaii of the Pass by Oommtttee*s Urlfl, and had his horse shot under him ) and he commanded the 
Catvalry to the deeialTe charge at tbe Owanga, on the 8tb June, 1846, when a large bodj of the enemj 
^MB eaeoofltered and vtterly overthrown, leaving upwards of 400 dead on the field. 

• Sir Harry DareU served with the 18tb Royal Irish on the China Bxpedition, and was present at the first 
tahing of Cimsan. He serred also with the 7th Dragoon Guards during the whole of the Cafflr war, and 
comaMBded the aquadron of his regitiient at the Owaoga, on the 8th June, 1846, and received two severe 
vovads dorlag the charge and attack. 

4 Cops. Oray was hooourably mentioned in tbe public despatch as the officer who eaptored the cannon in 
tbe action with the South African insorgent Boers on the 80th April, 1846, on wbleh occasion he was acting 
Atde de Camp to tbe officer commanding the Field Force. Served in the Cafflr war of 1846. 

6 Ueot. Bonbaiy served throughout the Cafiir war, and was wounded hi the charge at the Chraaga, on 
the 8lh June, 1846. 

• Ueot. Kaight serred the Campaign on the Sutic^ (medal) in 1846-6, and was present with tbo 16th 
Laaean in the battles of Baddlwal, Aliwal» and Bobraon. 

137 



128 



1*^ {Roj/dt) Regiment of Dragoons. 



L atOthir. 



On the Standards an Eagle.—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO.'* 



Taan' Serv. 



64 



Full 
Pay. 



34 



89 



19 
16 
13 
12 
9 
9 

16 
8 
7 
9 
6 
6 
6 
fi 

6 
3 
3 
2 
2 



2 
14 
37 

7 
11 



Half 
Pay. 



A 


































CoiUmeU 

B Wi 5ir Arthur Benjamin aifton,* KCB. KCH. Canuiy 6 June, 1794; lAeut. 
7 Aug. 1794; Capt. 27 Feb. 1799; Mt^or, 171>ec.l808; Xieue. Co;. 85 Joly, 
1810; Co/. 12 Aug. 1819; Jlfq^'or&0ti.22 July 30; X4eii^.-OAi. 23 Nov. 41 
Col. let Dragoons, 30 Aug. 42. 

Lieut.'-Ccionel. 

9 QB Thomas Marten,' KH. Comet (^ Sub-Lieut. 22 Not. 13; ZUui. P23 
June, 17 ; Capt. p 4 May, 22 ; Jfq/or, p 12 Dec. 26 ; lAeui^-Col. 29 May, 35 ; 

Col. 9 Nov. 46. 

Mt^or. 

Francis Hearle Stephens, Bfu. p23 Feb. 26; LUui. 31 July, 28; C^pi. r 17 
July, 36 ; Mq;or, p 25 Nov. 42. 



CAPTAiira. 

Edward Littledale 

John Yorke 

Robert Wardlaw 

Chas. C. Waldo Sibthorp 
Walter B. Barttelot .... 
Jonas Morris 

LiBCTBNANTS. 

John Chamberlain, R.M. 

Hugh Qough 

Thomas Thoroton 

Herbert Morgan 

Wm.de Cardonnel Elmsall 
5tr Cha.W.C. Burton,^/. 
Aug. Henry De Trafford 
Henry Croft 

CORlTBTe. 

Joseph John Henley .... 
Oeoige Henry Littledale 
H. J. Townsend Stephens 
William Harrlsson, a4f. 
Michael Stocks 



CORNBT. 



P 24 Dec. 20 
P21 Dec 32 
P 6 June 36 
P 28 Oct. 36 
P 1 3Iar. 39 
P 23 April 39 

1 June 32 
P 30 Oct. 40 
P 14 Dec. 41 
P 23 June 39 
P 1 July 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 14 Oct. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 

P27 0ct. 43 
P 7 Feb. 46 
P25 April 45 
14 Apr. 46 
P 11 Dec. 46 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 1 May 36 
P 14 Dec. 41 
P 14 Oct. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 7 Feb. 46 
P26AprU46 



BREVBT- 
MA'OIU 



P21 Dec. 32, P 1 May 36 9Nov. 46 
P 6 Dec. 34 

P 28 July 40 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 14 Dec. 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 

P 10 July 36 
P 14 Oct. 42 
P 23 June 43 
P 19 Aug. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 
26 July 44 
P 7 Feb. 46 
P 11 Dec. 46 

S Colonel MaiiCB wttfA tho csMpiini of 
1814, In the Peniimla. wltli the hOMrhddM- 
gade. Alio the campaign of 1915, tnnlodlng 
the battle of Waterloo. 

5 Dr. Bartley tented In the PmiImii] 
vai prvtent at the battle of Salaaanon. 



17 P<^ma«<«r.— ^Lawrence Luke Esmonde White, 29 Sept 43 ; JBpi#. p 18 Jan* 31 ; 
Lieut. P 26 June, 36. 
A4futant.-^Comet William Harrissoo, 14 Apr. 46. 
Quarter-Maeter. — lEB John Partridge, 18 July, 34. 

Surffeon.^9 John Metge Hartley,* M.D. 31 Aug. 26 ; Auiit.^Suirf, 27 D«e, 10. 
Aieitt.'Surgeon. — John Grogan, M. B. 16 April, 41. 
Vetertnary Surgeon. — Matthew Poett, 21 April, 37. 

Scarlet— Facing Blue.— ilpen^^, Messrs. Cox & Co.— JH#A Agents, Messrs. Can* tc Co. 

[Retumedjrom France, January, 1816.] 



1 Sir Afthor CUflon'i aerrlece :— Campalfni of 1809^ IS, 11, U. IS, 14, and 18. 
In rorertaif and eopportlng frar Spanish gun* at the battle nt Talavera, and emploxed In 
qoent operationi ; bottle of Biuaco, partult of Uaairaa from Sanlarem, tahlnf from htm 
rage ; battle of Ptieatn d'Ooor, action* at Narft d'Arer, El Bodon, Poente Qahialdo, and AMea 
•OTetal aflhirt daring the retrret of the army from Salamanca to Ciadad Rodrigo ; chargrl with 
a bodf of Pieaefa InUnXry under Ocnerel Clauscl, near Salamanca, killing or taking nearly m b 
enemy; battle ot Vlttorla, blockade of Pwnpeluna, teirenil allklri In the Pyrpneee, battle 
•klmbhing with the enemy and corerlng the rvtrrat on the 17ih nt June, and bnitia of 
Affttaur hai rwelved a Medal and one Claap for Pnentea d'Unor and Vlttorla. 



•ruM 



HcadQurten, 
atAUkl«M. 



] 2nd {Royal North British) Regt. of Dragoons. 129 



TaanPBerr. 



66 



Poll 



10 



13 

IS 

14 

7 

6 

6 


5 
5 

4 
4 
S 



3 
2 
8 
3 
1 
1 

33 

2 
13 



Half 
Pay. 



7 

































On the Standards an Eagle.— << WATERLOO." 



Colonel, 
5ir Wm. Kier Grant,^ KGB. QCH. Ens, 80 Hay, 1792; lAeut, 18 Feb. 98; 

Capi. 6 July, 94 ; Mqjor^ 6 Jan. 96 ; Lieut,-Col, 3 Dec. 1600 ; CtA, S6 July, 

10; Mn^oT-Qen, 4 June, 18; Lieui,'Gen, 27 May, 25 ; Oen, 28 Not. 41; Col, 

2d Dr. 24 Aug. 89. JJieut.-CoUmel, 

St. Yinoent William Rickett8,Coni«^,P 13 July, 26; Xieti^. p6 April,dl; Capt 

»6 Not. 85; Mqfor, p 7 April, 43 ; Lieut.'Col, p 6 Not. 46. 

Mqjor, 
Heniy Darby Griffith, Comet, p 25 Not. 28 ; Lieut, p 25 Not. 81 ; Capt. P I 

Aug. 84; Mqfor, p 6 Not. 46. 



1* 






Captains. 
Donald John M. Macleod 
Geo. Aug. Filmer Sulivan 
Geoige GalTert Clarke . . 
Walter Colquhoun Grant 

Andrew Robertson 

5irGeo.Fra.Hamp8on,£<. 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Frederick PhiUps, R.M. 
Henry Sales Scobell .... 
Fked. Drummond Hibbert 
William Wallace Hosier 

Edward Amphlett 

Henry Dalton Wlttit Lyon 

Co&irBTS. 
G. H. £arl qf Mount ) 

Charles, «. ) 

DsTid C. R. C. Buchanan 

William Miller, a4f 

John Arthur Freeman . . 
W. Cunningbame Bontine 
Devereuz P. Cockbum. . 
Francis SutherUmd .... 



CORNBT. 



P 10 July 35 
P 29 July 86 
P80 May 84 
P 26 Feb. 41 
P 14 Jan. 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 

P 11 May 89 
P 7April48 
P 29 Dec. 43 
P 5 April 44 
P28 June44 
P 18 April 45 

P 81 Dec. 44 

P16May 45 
7 July 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P28Mar. 45 
P 25 June 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 23 Feb. 88 
P 26 Feb. 41 
P 7 Oct. 86 
P 7April48 
PlOMar. 43 
P 18 April 45 

P29Dec. 48 
P16May 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 6 Not. 46 
p26 June 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 



P 28 Dec. 41 
P 6AprU44 
P20Sept.89 
P 18 April 45 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 24 Sept. 47 



BBBT.-VAJ. 



Paymof^tfr.— William Crawford, 24 March, 29; Comet, 17 Aug. 15; JAeui. 
25 June, 19. 

A4gu!tant.--'Comet William Miller, 7 July 46. 

Quar^er-Afo^er.— Hffil Michael Nelson, 25 Dec. 85 ; En$, 4 Dec. 85. 

iS^fo-peon.— Robert Dundin Smyth, 6 Not. 40 ; AtstH.-Surg. 12 Oct. 25 ; 
Hotp,'A8siet. 19 May 25. 

Atsittant'Surgean, — John Ramsay Brush,^ MD., 8 June, 41. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — ^Thomas Jez, 4 Oct. 39. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Charles Hopkinson and Co.^ JrisA 
Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, Bart,, Armit and Co. 

IRetumedfrom France, January, 1816.] 

1 Sir Wm. Kier Grant senred In Flanden, and waa preacnt at Faman, liego of Tolenciennea, ftc'in 179S. 
la 19M iM wtt prcsant In the aciiong of the 17lh, 84th, and 96th of April, the 10th, 17th, 18th, and SSnd of 
May. JoiBMl the Ruaaian and Auitrian anny In Italy early in 1709,. and lenred thecampaigna of that and the 
iwo foUovinf yean^ faicladinf the battlee of JNotI, Rivoli, Hondovl, Saviliano, Marengo, itc ; the elegea of 
Skrrandria, Samnal, Tortona, Cunio, Savona, Ctenoa, ice. Sir Wm. served eubsequently fifteen years in the 
Indtw^ six yeais as AdUutant-Oeneral, the rest as a M^Jor-Cleneral on the staiT, during which he was a 
time eonmander of the forces in the Island of Java, and Second member of Council. Com- 
feree in the following service, vie. : in 1817 and 18 Ouserat field-force, which formed a division 
of the atmy of the Oeccan ; 1810, capture of Rarree and conquest of the Sawuntwarree State ; also, the 
capture of BhooJ and conquest of the principality of Cutch^ in the Persian Gulf against the Joaamee pirates, 
tnelodlng the eanture of Rat-el-Khyma and Zyah, Arab fortresses. 

4 Doctor Brush aerved with the 88th on the China expedition (Medal), and was present at the repulse of 
the Bight attack on Ningpo, at the attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, Shaaghae. and Chin KUing Foo, 
aad at tht laadiBg btfm Nankin. 



1 i 



CO' 



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|l < • i 

islsa 



n 



I 



^.li 






SSii:7.$rS5!] Srd(The£^MOum)lte!ft.ofLt.J)raffO<ms. ["SJS 

The White Hone, within the Garter on the 2nd tod Srd Stendmrdf, with the Motto, *< H«e anera Urrmi 
- 8ALA.M ANCA"—"VITTORI A"— "TOULOUSE"— "PENIN8UIJL»'—*C4B0Ot> 18l»*»— ^ MOODK£j 
" FBBOZESHAH"-*" 80BIU0N." 

CoUmeL 

9 Lard Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.* Comet, 7 Feb. 98 ; Lieut, 1 June, 9( 

Cape. 81 Au^. 1800; Mqfar, 18 Oct 08 ; Lieta.'-Col 1 Aug. 11 ; Col, 6 No 

17 ; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; LU^Qen. 28 Jane, 88 ; CoU Srd Ozt. 8 Kot. 9 

£i*M/..CotoTi«Z*.— Michael White, CB.* Comet, p 16 Aug. 04 ; L*. » 14 May, « 

Cap/. 7 Not. 16; Brvt.-Mqj, 10 Jan. 37; Mqf. 4 Jan. 8Q; U.^Col. p13 Dc 

89; Co/. 8 Apr. 46. 

Charles Middleton, t .« .Sm. 10 Sept. 04 ; Lieut. 28 Apr. 06; Capt. 9 IS July, M 

J9rev.-Afq;.8 Feb.l9; Af<v.i'16June,26; Lt.^Cd. P19 Not.26; Co/.88Ja. 9 

Geo. Henry Lockwood, CB.* Com^, P 10 Mar. 26 ; Li. PIO Aug. 26; Cktpi. p 

Sept. 82; Mqj. 6 March, 80; JBrew/ Xe.-Co/. 28 Dec. 42; Lt^^Col. 9 Kot. 4 

Afq;or#.— Charles W.Morley Balder8,«CB. Com«*,P 10NoT.2d; Lieut. p26 Ho 

28 ; Cap/, p 16 July, 86 ; Mqjor, p16 May, 46 ; Sretet-Lt.^Col. 8 Apr. 46, 

John Wm. Yerbury,^ Comet, 9 12 Dec. 26; Ueut. »6 Joly 33; Capt. 1 July 81 

Afqyor, 9 Nov. 46. 



Tean' Senr. 


60 


Fall 


Half 


Per. 


Pay. 


48 
89 


^ 


28 





23 





22 





17 





28 


A 


16 





18 





19 





21 





16 





21 





16 





14 





14 





11 





11 





11 





11 





8 





7 





9 





10 





7 





6 





6 





4 





3 





3 





3 





4 





2 





4 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





32 


»A 


11 





7 





39 





11 





8 





10 





1 L« 


riOheri 



Captains. 
John Rich. Blagden Hale 

J BOough,'CB.«. U.8S0.48 

Walter Unett^ 

George Forbes >' 

W.E. PiUBdwaid Barnes" 

Samuel Fisher** 

Henry Aime Ouvry .... 
Wm. Howe Hadfleld. . . . 
James Martin ** 

LiBUTBKANTS. 

Edward Geo. Swinton** 

James Cowell ** 

John SulliTan,** 04^14/011/ 

Henry Wood' 

Edmund Roche *' 

George Cookes" 

Jonas Hamilton TraYers ' 

Roger Casement' 

Edward B. Cureton >• . . 
John BlackbumeHawkesi* 

Thomas Penton " 

Henry Wallis White»» .. 
John Douglas White ** . . 
John Rathwell,** R. M. • . 
William Henry Orme*.. 
Charles Russell Colt *> . . 
Edw. Joseph Tbackwell, s. 
William Gray Draper . . 
Thomas Heathcote Stisted 

Cornets. 
Robert Hodgson*^ • . . • • 
George Kauntze** . . •• . 

George T. Gough 

Frank Chaplin 

Alex. A. Melfort Campbell 

James Macqueen** 

T. C. Belmore Su George 
Michael Cusac Smith . . 



CORNBT. 



P 7 June 81 
24 Feb. 20 

P 23 Aug. 33 
10 Dec. 80 

19 Not. 20 
16 June 27 

P17 Oct, 33 

26 Oct. 27 

P 6Sept.33 

P 6 June 94 
P 18 July 34 
9 July 87 
P 10 July 37 
P 11 July 37 
P 14 July 37 
P28Feb. 40 
P 16 April 41 

21 June 39 
P 2Mar.d8 
P 16 Not. 41 

26 Not. 42 

20 May 42 

1 Mar. 44 
P 24 Jan. 46 
p 16 May 46 

2 Sept. 46 
PIO Jan. 44 

3 Apr. 46 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. IbRBV.-MA. 



P 10 July 37 
P 1 Aug, 26 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P24Jaa. 46 
P 16 May 46 
22 Dec. 46 
P 2 May 46 

8 Apr. 46 

9 Not. 46| 

tOotoPelWhMi 



P 16 May 84 
P 1 Oot. 26 
p 81 Mar. 87 
16 Feb. 34 
P 24 July 86 
P 16 Aug. 31 
P 4 Sept. 86 
P 20 Sept. 31 
P 11 Mar. 86 

P 17 Sir a? '"'•'^ Hetti«-le ISI7. e.d 4uni 
r 17 Uar. 0/ the M«hff«CU«UBMitem of let? d 



8 Apr. 41 
26 May 41 



8 Apr. 46 



20 Dec. 44 

19 Dec. 46 

4 Apr. 46 

P 8 May 40 

8 Sept. 46 

14 April 46 



81 Dee. 80,iei eue «t fi«t* 1 

P16 Not. 41 B»>»rtporel«I81^«. 

»Ap,b42isy2r^^'^' 

P 29 April 42 

13 June 43 
24 Not. 43 

19 Dee. 43 
P27 8ept30 



far «a>r* I 



«M eppolBicd e CBw Ae*m era 
Buaded A BHcade of Catalry tn e 
■cttgai flf lloodkt* ead Wrtoattn^ 
(•ouedsd) I eod Ibe aed Dn i> a 
btftle of Sobnoo. 

« CokMMl MiddlceM aSTcd ta a 
WmI ladiM with th* a«yafa. lA la 



P 26 Jan. 44!Md si «■ uwsntfwiia tbcaM 
19 Dec 46.-"J***2!!r'.ST'*'*~''" 

19 Dec. 40 ^ N«itadde Sivcr. la 
46 



11 
22 Dec. 46 '«tth the Bad Ugbt Qtufomm i 

o Anr 46''*v* '"^^ 1*^>* IS. «»« )^ « 
o Apr. w pf,„,| „ Hi, -it^n nt iiif ir 

9 Not. 46 'ami i lat, tDd •! tkt cavalry c^ 

P 29 Dec. 46 i«)>>eb sa«ur wc««d om 

p 1 1 TWm« ah '*I^ TelueUe UUmA m 

A: ir^* t- ^uf. isn. •««• ta* p- 

P 10 Dec. 47 Lines or Cocaelk hM 
BmpSoTcd ■!•• at tfM teklaf of D J e^otti. aafd all « 
■ttbMqiiMit opcratloat which took piece tm iha* IiIm 
■ndeff Um tallent OUlcepie. Wee to the aeM ««» a 
ltd Lt Dnffoou to ItlS aad IS^ i 
of ih« Mahtatte ver «r 1S17. li, aad IS^ 
MBt with Uw dIvUloB or th« lata SU 
the eapteie ef the Pane of DeHaMil 
Self ana, and Shallapere, ei whka leel 
wTei«l7 wa tn eded. 
_^ - a Lt.»CoL Loekwaud fiieiwaedid the lad Uaht Pe 

P 29 Dec. 40 ;thro««heut «hecaapei«a af IStt to 
p 10 Doc. 47 l^'*^' 9iMotk end Iter hia aewleee wai 

21 




Paymaster.-^Jf Edward Cormlck,* 24 Jan. 28 ; Comet, P 4 Dec. 06 ; » 

Sept. 07; Capt. p23 Sept. 13. 
A4;utant.— Lieut. John SulIiTan,** 9 July, 37. 

QiiaWer-Afiu^er.— Abraham Crabtree,** 26 Not. 42 ; Comet, 17 Sept. 41. 
Sttrycon.— Jas. Henderson,*' M.D. 20April,26; ^«n#<.-5ttr^e(W, 22 March, 10 

Hoep.»As$iit. 6 Aug. 00. 
il«H«fafU-Afroe«m#.-*Henry Franklin," 20 Dee. 37. I Blue— IWiN^ Scariet.^ 

Francis Laing,** 6 Not. 40. | AgenU^ Mcafra. Cox 4c Ci 
Veterinary Atrysoii.— GeorRe SdUn,*^ 17 Dec. 29. 

ea Miweari aarved the neiapalf af ISoa In Spain. Inrtadtogtha eaveliy m ia twl at 
ee Atde-de-Caaip to Lord CbathntB, and was pveaent at the aiefe ef nnabtaf . Aetod aa Aide<4e«Ci 
Uatten fe«n ISII antll the vtmf entared Madrid in ISIS t when he ai wi in id the i ie ei e i nd af the Bei 
It oatil the war eloaed la ItU. His LeWiahip hM reaeived a naedal and two claape lat l a l aman w . TtHorla. 

• Llvnt..0oL Balders served the eamreicn on the SntUJ in IMVS, and iiowandsd the Sid Ut^ DfafooM In 
of Moodkee and Peroaeihah (woandcd) 




IS M^er rtsber did daty with the lith Drs. ea eeolaMaer at the fiege end ceptaia of Bhartpeie la IS»4. Br aav««d 
Ike ai4 Of*. IkecaBfeigaariSaia ASkhwIitnnt aaalaale thebettle of Maadkea <aevefalr m aa rtii) . ead r i m l iH 

Crer Ifelaef, IS, 11^ 17, IS, il, a^ M, Sl» Vt 1^ eadl^tMeMsriMi^e. 



•] 4th ( The Queen*8 Oton) Regt of Light Dragoons^ 131 



60 



at Dublin. 

"Ti.LATjMU* ^^Albvhbsa" '^Salamanoa'' " Vittobia" "Touloxjsb" "Pbhxksula.'* 

" Apfghanistan'' " Qhuznbb." 

ColoneU 

9 Oa iS^ir George ScoTell,* KCB. Adjutant, 6 April, 98 ; Comet,' 20 June, 08 ; 

Lieut, 4 May, 00 3 Capt. 10 March, 04 ; Mqjor, SO May, 11 -, Zieui.'CoL 17 

Aug. 12 } CoL 27 May, 26 ; Mt^w-Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Oen, 9 Nov. 46 ; 

CoL 4th Light Dragoon Guards, 18 Dec. 47. 

Lieut.'CoUmeL 
Lord George Augustus Fred. Paget, Comet k. Suh-Lt, p 25 July, 34^ JAeui, 

P 1 Dec. 87 ; Capt. p 17 Aug. 41 ; M<nar, P 30 Jan. 46; Lieut.-CoL P 29 Dec. 46. 

Mqfor, 
Henry Ptoe/ Efuign,9l Aug. 84; Xieu^ P80 July 86; Capt, p6 May 42 ; Mqf. 

P 20 Dec. 46. 



Full 
P.y. 



Half 
Pay. 



13 



14 



IS 



ft 





13 







13 















8 







8 







8 







15 







10 







6 







6 







4 







9 







9 







3 







3 







2 







2 







2 







2 







20 







4 







6 







22 







2 





1 


10 





i 






b 







Captains. 
John T. Douglas Halkett 
Alexander how ....•••• 
William Kingston Fraaer 
George John Brown .... 

Bobert Portal p 

Fenwick Boyce Barron . . 

Libutbnants. 
J. H. Turner Warde, R.M 

Martin Kirwan 

Archibald Grant 

Herbert Dawson Slade •• 
C. Berkeley Molyneux, a^/'. 
John Williams WalUngton 
Thomas Hutton 

CORNBTS. 

Wm. Fits William Barton 

Edward Tredcroft 

Francis Clare Ford 

Hugh Mallet 

Chiu'les Brandreth 

Henry Astley Sparke 



COBNET. 



P 23 Jan. 35 
P 2 Oct. 35 
P 18 Oct. 89 
P 17 April 40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P 8 May 40 

P21 June 88 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P 24 June 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
20 Sept. 44 
pfi0Sept.80 
P2l June 89 



LIEUT. 



6 July 87 
P 6 July 86 
P25 0ct. 42 
P 14 July 43 
P a May 46 
P 26 Sept. 45 

P22May 85 
P24 June42 
P31 Oct. 45 
P 9 June 46 
1 April 47 
P 7 June 44 
P 6 May 42 



captain. 



P 25 Oct. 42 
P 14 July 43 
P 81 Oct. 46 
P30 Jan. 46 
p 9 June 46 
p 29 Dec. 46 



BBBV.-MAJ« 



of 



t M^or VMM Mffvfld tb« «Mipalga In 
Utaa, and was prcicnt at th« stonn and eaitun 
Ghuxnee. 

4 Mr. OnvM awrad wilk tbc 4Ui Lt. Dra. duriaff 
tkt catDpalgn in A^hanlrtan ondar Lord JLeanc, and 
was present at tiw slcfo and captwv of Obiwnea 
(Medal). 



P 10 Oct. 45 
P 31 Oct. 45 
P 8 May 46 
PlOMay 46 
p 9 June 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 
Paymaster.^-Qeo. Charles Dalblac, U Feb. 42; Cor, 81 July, 28 ; Zt, 10 May,81. 
A€yutant.^Lieui. Charlie Berkeley Molyneuz, 14 Apr. 46. 
Quarter^Maeter. — Thomas Tarleton, 18 Feb. 42. 

5ttr^am.-^ohB Stewart Qnnrea/ 2 July, 41 ; il. £f. 28 Sept. 26 ; if. a. 22 Feb. 26, 
Assitt.'Surg.-^ohn Reid, 14 Aug. 46. 
Veterinary Surgeon* — John Byrne, 14 Dec. 38. 
Blue, Fac%ng$ Bcailet. — Agenie, Messrs. C. HopUnson k Co,^IrUh Agmtit 

Messrs. Cane 9l Co. 
[Returned from the East Indies, March 1842.] 
1 Sir G«orge Seorell serred the campaign uadsr Sir John >[oor», termiaattaig wikli the battle of 
Corannay at which he waa preient aa Oeput7-AMUtaQt-Qttarter*Haster-Q«neral. Afterward* In the 
Peninsula in the same department at tiie head>quarters under the Duke of Wellington, from Feb. IBOO to 
the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the passage of the Douro and pursuit of Marshal Soult : 
battloe of Talarera, Busaco, and Puentes d'Onor ; sieges of Cludad Rodrlgo and Bad%|os, battle of 
**fTrfr«"'— I aiega of Burgos, battles of VUtoria, the Pfrwiees, Nirelle, and Mve; passage of the Adosr, and 
battle of Tooloose. Senred also the campaign of 1815, Including the battle of Waterloo. Sir George has 

recelTed a cross and one clasp. 

9 Lc-CoL Goasb MTTcd as Deputjr Quarter- Msjtrr- General of the 11107 duriof the war In China, and iwetTCd tte breret 
mk or ll^|«r and of Lieut.. Colonel, tofvttier wltfi tfa« CowfaniomiUp ortha Baita, for his aamluct in aalioa. ha having bam 
p i m at ta ilniost m^mn cngifeaMBt dnrinf the expedition. He was afterwards present in the battle of M aharslpora, as 
MtUtary Secretary to the Conunandcr>ia-Chlerin India ; and he commanded a Brifade of Cavalry at the batUes of Moodkaa 
and Feroscdiah, and ofllclated aa Quarter- Master- General in the battle of Sobraon, and waa very MTerely wounded, 
is explain Martin waa at the reUaf of Mlaiahad, and atlhe nhMqaoMopcralioniln SlUihanieftn in 1841. 
1ft Lt. Cowell ierred thtoofhout the canpalfn of IMS in ASyianittan (Medal) under General Pollock. Be was preeent as 
Alda.4c»Caaip to Sir Joseph Tbaekwell in the action at Mahan^pore on the 29th Dec 184S, and has recrived the Bronsa 
Star. Be terred also the campaign on the SutleJ, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Peroseshab, and Sobraon. 

17 Licot. Boeho served the campaign of 18S8-9, with Lord Keaoe's army in Belooehistan and Aflkhanlstan. as Aide-dr- 
Cunp to Sir Joseph Thaekweltt lad at periods as Assistant Adjutant- General of Division t and was prcsanc at the eaptura of 
Ghasnco (Madal), and in soma skirmishes. He sorvad with the Ird Lt. Drags, la the force under Sir Geo. Pollock (Medal), 
at tha battle of Ac Khyber Pass, and at the relief of Jellalabad, in 1841 1 and as A. Q. M. Gen. of the Cavalry Division of 
Itoe Army of tha BotlaJ Itam 9th Jan, 1848 to tha breaking up of the army, and was preient at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

18 Lt. ODVioB was present wHh the 16tfa Lancers, in the action at Kahangpore, SSth D«c 1843 (Medal) { and with the 
Sid Draga. at the battles of Moodkee (severely wounded) and Sobraon. 

91 LA aattiwill was pmaal at tha battles of Moodfcea, Perasashah (wounded), and Sobraon. 

IS LC John Douglas White carried the Queen's Colour of tha Ird BuOi In the action of Punniar, S9th Dee. 1843, and has 
rece iv ad the Bronae Star. He was present with the Srd Drags, at the battles of Moodkee, Peroscshah (wounded) and Sabram. 

24 Comet Hodgson was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, and was a volunteer tor the dismounted cavalry 
storming party. He waa alto present in the action 0/ Maharajpore (m«lal), and at the battle nt Sobraon. 

28 Capt Cormiek served the campaign in Portugal In 1808 and 9, and on the eastern coast of Spain, flrom Sept. 1811 to Sept. 
I81S, Ineludmg the battia of CastaUa. Served also the campaign of 1849 in AlTghanistan (Medal), and that of 184&-8 on tha 
SutleJ. Indnding tha battles of Moodkea, Pensesbah, and Sobraon. 

27 Dr. Hcndcnon sawed at the eapture of Gnadaloupe In 1810 1 two yean la tha Amarlcaa war t and during tha whole of 
the Bnrmasa war. Also the campaign of 1841 in ASTghanistas. 

18 Gontet Maaqnaen aervad with tha 18th Lancers during tha campaign In Affghanistan under Lord Kcanc, including the 
siega and eaptura of OhttSBce (Medal). Ha waa afterwards present at tha battia of Mahan^pors (Madal) t Mid ha also scnrsd 
Iha inaspaipi on tha SntlsJ (MedalX taieladtaig the actioas at Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

• lAOoM was FMOrt at Moodkee and Fenaestaabi at Which last he was MTsnlywoiudsdia the iim* 



SSlil'/rt^iS;!] Srd (The Ebi^* Own) Befft of Lt. JDroffoome, [»Si5 

The White Hone, wifhln the Garter on the 2Dd tod Sid Standards, with the Motto, ** Hm anera Urrtm 
" SAIjLM ANCA"— " VnrORI A"— " TX)UL0U6B"««-** PENINSULA"— *OAB0Ot| 1818"— «' MOODIUI 
•' FHBOZESHAH'^" SOBRAON." 

CoUneU 

9 Lard Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.^ Comet, 7 Feb. 98 ; LUui. 1 Jane, 9 

Capt, 81 Aug. 1800 j Mc^or, IS Oct. 08 ; Lieta.-Col 1 Aug, 11 ; Col. 6 X( 

17 ; Mqjar-Gen. 87 May, 25 ; Lt.-Gen. 28 Jane, 88 ; Col. 3rd On. 8 Kot. t 

Lieut.'ColmeU.'^VLichBel White, CB.* Comet, p 16 Aug. 04; Lt. 9 14 May, a 

Capt. 7 Not. 16; Brvt.'M^j. 10 Jan. 87 ; Mqf. 4 Jan. 8Q ; Li.-Cot. p 13 IX 

80 ', Cot, 8 Apr. 46. 

Charles Middleton, i* Bn$, 10 Sept. 04; LUut, 88 Apr. 06; Capt, » 18 Jaly, 1 

^r^.-Afq;. 8 Feb.19; Af<v'.>'16June,26; Lt.^Col. PlO Not.86; CM.88Ju. j 

Geo. Henry Lockwood, CB.» Com^, p 10 Mar. 86; Lt. PlO Aug. 86; Cb;»<. « 

Sept. 82; Af<(/. 6 March, 80; Brevet Lt.^Col. 88 Dec. 48; JLt^^Ool. Kot. 4 

Af<i;or#.— Charles W. Morley BalderB,«CB. Comet, p 10 Not.25 ; Xtev/. p85 No 

88 ; Cap#. P 15 July, 86 ; Mqfor, p 16 May, 46 ; Srevet^Li.'Col. 8 Apr. 46 

John Wm. Yerbary,^ C0ni«#, p18 Dec. 86; JJmU. »6 Joly 83; Capi. 1 July 31 

Af<|;or,9Nov. 46. 



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80 


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23 





22 





17 





28 


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15 





18 





19 





21 





15 





21 





16 





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Captains. 

John Rich. Blagden Hale" 
J BQoagh,9CB.«. U.8SD.4S 
Walter Unett^ 
Oeoige Forbes ^' 
W.E. FiUEdward Barnes" 

Samuel Fisher** 

Henry Aime Ou^ry «... 
Wm. Howe Hadfleld .... 
James Martin '* 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Edward Geo. Swinton** 

James Cowell ** 

John SulliTan,>*o4^t4iafU 

Henry Wood» 

Edmund Roche " 

George Cookes" 

Jonas Hamilton Travers ^ 

Roger Casement^ 

Edward B. Cureton *• . . 
John BhickbumeHawkes>> 

Thomas Penton ** 

Henry Wallis White** .. 
John Douglas White ** . . 
John Bathwell,** R. M. . . 
William Henry Orme*.. 
Charles Russell Colt ** . . 
Edw. Joseph Thackwell, e. 
William Gray Draper . . 
Thomas Heathoote Stisted 

CORITETS. 

Robert Hodgson*^ 

George Kauntze** 

George T. Gough 

Frank Chaplin 

Alex. A. Melfort Campbell 

James Macqueen** 

T. C. Belmore St. George 



COBITBT. 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



r. 46 
r. 461 



30 ,1S I •iao t flat* aod tmv%ar* 



p 7 June 81 

84 Feb. 80 
P 83 Aug. 33 

10 Dec. 80 

19 Not. 29 
16 June 87 

P17 Oct, 33 

86 Oct. 87 

P 6 8ept.33 

P 6 June 84 
P 18 July 34 
9 July 37 
P 10 July 37 
P 11 July 37 
P 14 July 37 
P 88 Feb. 40 
P 16 April 41 

81 June 39 
P 8Mar.38 
P 16 Not. 41 

86 Not. 48 

20 May 42 

1 Mar. 44 
P 24 Jan. 45 
p 16 May 45 

2 Sept. 45 
PlO Jan. 44 

3 Apr. 46 

20 Dec. 44 
19 Dec. 45 

4 Apr. 46 
P 8 May 40 

8 Sept. 46 
14 April 46 
P 29 Dec. 4G,ibr<Niii|heut«bccuapfti«a af ISttte 

PlO Doc. 47 l^'*^' P«*i^*t "^ '^ ^'* 



BRBT.-MA 



p 16 May 84 
p 1 Oct. 36 
P 81 Mar. 87 
16 Feb. 34 
P 84 July 35 
P 16 Aug. 31 
P 4 Sept. 86 
P 80 Sept. 31 
P 11 Mar. 30 

7 Oct. 86 tOotoMlWhMtMrrMMtttea 
D li m1- a^ ^r*ol Battraula ISI7. aad dur- 
i* 17 Uar. o/ >the MakratUwatMlBa of 1*17 a 



P 10 July 37 
P 1 Aug. 86 
P 1 Nov. 48 
P 84 Jan. 45 
P 16 May 46 
88 Dec. 45 
P 2 May 46 

8 Apr 

ONoT 



8 Apr. 4< 
86 May 4) 



SApr. 4< 



81 Dee. 
P16 Not. 41 
89AprU48 
P 29 April 42 

18 June 43 
84 Not. 43 

19 Dec. 43 
P27 8ept.89 

P 26 Jan. 44 Md Si «■ Ih* sua mH^ the an 

19 Dec 46 •»»•«»»»«*•«»«* *^ **•*»•••* 



|Bbar^MrebilSSS.Sh 

I Bffl(adc throa(bo«t 1 

lad la AflkiwBiaMM. §m «airfe 1 

WM appointed • CBw Aa*m M 

nandcd a Brigmda of CatBlry la 4 

■ettoBi of M oodka* aad Wrro*r•^^ 



(wouadcd) ( and lb* Sad Dn to 4 
battto «r Sobcaoo. 

« CokMMl MlddteSM asTcd n 4 
WmI ladiM vltk th* a«yafa. lA IS 



tn T\ At NoffthcffB MAhraitt 

1\§ Dec. 45 ih, NcfWdda Sivcr. te 
22 Dec. 45 «ith the tiad Ugbc 

ff OT. 4d and Hat, tod at tkt cavalty cte^ 
P 29 Dec. 46 »l>leh SnaUy wc««d Om eoaqot* 

Av Jr^* I- Auf. 1811, afWr Cte Ttatrw m 
P 10 Dec. 47 Linn of Ooncili hM bran Uvr% 
Bmploycd alan at tfM laklnf of Osfoafoaula, and »U i 
•ubMqnant operations which took p l a e a «■ iha« IiAh 
nndar the taU«nt OUlcapie. Wae In Iha flaid «rt» o 
SSd Lt Draffoona to ISlft and IS^ and Satkit Uw vtn 
of the Mahratta «w> aT ISir, IS. and M^ 
•cnt with the divlelon of the lata Sit 
the capCure afthe Peftaef Danawl 
Belffaan, and Shanapere. ai whldi laal 
wvervljr wvondad. 
a Lt..Col. Loekwoud f nwaailiil <hel>d Liaha Di 




• Ch. 




Michael Cusac Smith 

Paynuuter.-^Jf Edward Cormick,^ 24 Jan. 28 ; Comet, p 4 Dec. 06 ; v. 

Sept. 07; Capf. p23 Sept. 13. 
A4;utant,— Lieut. John SulllTan,>« July, 37. 

QMar<er-Afa*/er.— Abraham Crabtrec," 25 Not. 42 ; Comet, 11 Bept 41. 
Surgeofu-^UB. Henderson,*' M.D. 20 April, 26; il«ri#<.-5ttr^e(W| 88 Mai«fa, 10 

Hotp.'Auitt. 6 Aug. 00. 
itsriffofU-Air^eofW.— Henry FrankUn,»« 20 Dec. 87. I Blue— IWm^ Scaikt.— 

Francis Laing,** 6 Not. 40. | Agents, Mcasra. Cox & C 
VeteHnmry Surgeom.'^Qeot^e Edlin,*« 17 Dec. 28. 

■a Mi wa ari ■ar>ed the n a ia pa lf af ISOS la Spain. Inelndtoatha caTalyy M isa twl at ■ ine« in la . At Wairi 
aa Atde-de-Caaip to Lecd Chaihnta, and was pvMvnt at the liega af Flnablnf . Acted aa AMe-de-Camp to the Dnh* etf 
Uaftan fena ISIl nntn the a»ajr entered Madrid in ISllt when he aa an in id the a i— i nd nf the S t giw a ^ 
HanlU*awarel«adinlSI«. Hto Lntdehip km reeelTed a nwdal and iw» elaape iat l a l ama na a. THl^ln. i 

S LIcnL-CoL Balder* wrrtd the eani{«icn on the Sut^J in l«4&-«i and inwianrtid the Sid Ufhft 
of Moodkce and Peroacebah (wooadcd). 

It Ma^ I 
thalvSOfa. 



rtaber did dnty with the llth Dra. aa airolonlaer at the »l0f and eapaain of Bhnrtpeia In MtS4. 
dMciBpalgaariSitlaASkhwIitnni aa alao te the battle of Moedkee <awefaty aoan rtii) , and P< 

Crar llalaaf, It, 11^ 17. 1% 11. B, SI, Sl» V* 1^ aadl^SM«Mi 




^^SSS^] 4^* ( ^^ Queen's Oton) ttegt. of Light Dragoms. 131 

"TU^TBBA* <^AlSVH»EU" '^SALAMANOA" "ViTTOBIA" «<TOUIiOU8B" " PBHXKSU1#A.*^ 

<^ Affghabibtan" '^ Ghuzbbb." 

Colonel. 
J^WiSir George ScoTell/ KCfi. ^4/u^an^, 5 April, 98 ; Comet; 20 Jane, 98 ; 
Zieut. 4 May, 00 ; Capt. 10 March, 04 ; Major, 30 May, 11 ; Lteut.-CoL 17 
Aug. 12 ; CoZ. 27 May, 26 ; Mt^for-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; LU-Gen. 9 Not. 46 ; 
Col. 4th Light Dragoon Guards, 18 Dec. 47. 

LietU.'ColoneL 
Lord George Augustus Fred. Paget, Comet k Sub-Lt, p25 July, 34^ Zieui, 
P 1 Dec. 37 ; Capt, p 17 Aug. 41 ; Maior, p 30 Jan. 46; Zieut.-Col. P 29 Dec. 46. 

Major, 
Henry Ptoe/ £fwt^, p 1 Aug. 84 ; lAeiut, PdO July 86 \ Capt. p6 May 42 ; Mqf. 
P20Dec.46. 




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4 
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2 

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Captains. 
John T. Douglas Ualkctt 

Alexander how 

William Klngstoa Fraaer 
George John Brown .... 

Robert Portal 

Fenwick Boyce Barron . . 

LlBUTENANTa. 

J. H. Turner Warde, R.M 

Martin Klrwan 

Archibald Grant 

Herbert Dawson Slade • • 
C.BerlLeley Molyneux,a4/'. 
John Williams Wallington 

Thomas Hutton 

Cornets. 
Wm. FitzWilllam Barton 

Edward Tredcroft 

Francis Clare Ford 

HughMaUet 

Charles Brandreth 

Henry Astley Sparke 



CORNET. 



P 23 Jan. 35 
P 2 Oct. 35 
P 18 Oct. 89 
»* 17 April 40 
^ 17 Jan. 40 
P 8 May 40 

P21 June88 
P2dNoT. 38 
P 24 June 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
20 Sept. 44 
P20 Sept. 80 
P 21 June 89 



LIEUT. 



45 

45 
46 
46 



6 July 87 
P 6 July 88 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P 14 July 43 
P a May 45 
P26Bept.45 

P22May 85 
P24 June42 
P 31 Oct. 45 
P 9 June 46 
1 April 47 
P 7 Jane 44 
P 6 May 42 



t M^or 



CAPTAIN. 



P 25 Oct. 42 
P 14 July 43 
P 81 Oct. 46 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P Juno 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 



ERET.-MAJ. 



MfT«d tka 



In 
and eaitun 



ifUn, and waa prcacnt at tba atonn 
GhuancCt 

4 Mr. On*ea aarrad witfl tbc 4Ui Lt. Dra. dnrinff 
tlw eampalf n in Aitlkanlatan ondar Lord Keaoe, and 
waa preMnt at Uw alaga and captura of Obiwnea 
(Medal). 



I Sir 



P 10 Oct. 
P 31 Oct. 
P 6 May 
P19 May 
p 9 June 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 
Paymatter.^-Qto. Charles Dalbiac, 11 Feb. 42; Cor, 81 July, 28 ; Lt. 10 May,81. 
A4j%aant. — Lieui. Charlie Berkeley Molyneux, 14 Apr. 46. 
Quor^er-Jfiufer.'— Thomas Tarleton, 18 Feb. 42. 

SttT^mm.— John Stewart Qnnres,^ 2 July, 41 ; A. £f. 28 Sept. 26 ; if. A. 28 Feb. 26, 
Agsiit.^Surg. — John Reid, 14 Aug. 46. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Byrne, 14 Dec. 88. 
Blue, Facings Scarlet. — Ageni€, Messrs. C. HopUnson k Co^-^Irish Agmte^ 

Messrs. Cane k, Co. 
[Returned from the East Indies, March 1842.] 
George SeoTell serred the eampoigii uBder Sir John jfoortf tennlnating with the battle of 
€>>raDiiay at which he was preeent aa Deputy-Airiitant-Quarter-MMtei- General. Afterwarda In the 
Peninaala In the lame department at the head-quarters under the Duke of Wellington, from Feb. 1600 to 
the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the passage of the Douro and pursuit of Marshal Soult: 
battle* of TalaTera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrlgo and Bad%|os, battle of 
Balaoaaea, lieiis of Bttrgos» battlee of Vittoria, the Pyreneee, NWeUe, and Mve; paasage of the Adovr, and 
battle of TouIooM. Senred also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir George hat 
recei?ed a cross and one clasp. 

9 Li.>CoL GiMicb icnrcd a* Deputy Quarter- Majter- General of the army duHng the war in Chiaat and rMcirad the breret 
mk of M^Jor and of Lieut.. Colonel, tocclfaer with Che Cavpaaiamhlp of the Bath, for his eaadud la aalioa. he bavlnff bc«B 
p i Ma at la tSmum wnrt •BsascBcn* duliig the expedition. He was af tervardi present in tha battle of Mabari^poie, aa 
Military Secretary to the Conmander^ia* Chief in India \ and he commanded a Brifado of Cavalry at the hattle* of M oodkaa 
aad Feivaeebah, and oOelated aa Quarter- Matter- General in the hattle of Sobraon, and waa very severcty woonded. 

IS CqMaiaMarlinwaaattheraUerar Mlalahad.aadat1bestthMqiicnioperatioBsla A^fhaniaCanintStf. 

1ft L^ CoweU Mrred throughout the canpaifn of ISil ia ASkhanlataa (Medal) under Oiscral Pollock. Be waa preacsrt aa 
Aida.4a>Caaip to Sir Joseph Thackwell in the action at Mahan^pore on the 19th Dee. IMS, and haa received the Bronsa 
Star. Be lerrcd alio the eampaign on the SntleJ, and waa present in the battlet of Moodkec. Peroaeahah, aad Sobraon. 

17 LJewt Boeho served tlta campaign of 1838-9, with Lord Keane's army in Beloochiatan and Aflkhaniataa, as Aide^f. 
Camp to Sir lescph Thackwell, md at perloda ai Assistant Adjutant- General of Divfalon t and was present at the eapiura of 
Gbuaaaa (Madal). and in soma skirmishes. He served with the Ird Lt. Drags. In the force under Sir Geo. Pollock (Medal), 
at tha bacde of the Khybev Pass, and at tte relief of Jellalabad, in 1841 } aad as A. Q. M. Gen. of the Cavalry Dlviaien of 
Itoe Aivy of the SntleJ Itam 9th Jan. ISIS to tha breaking up of the army, and was present at the battle of Sobraon ( Medal). 

18 Lt. Cnreton waa present with the 16tti Lancers, in the action at Mahari^pore, ISOi Dee. 184S (Medal) 1 and with the 
3ld Diagi. at the battles of Moodkee (severely wounded) and Sobraon. 

fl lA aidbweU was pmaal at the battles of Hoedkae. Fciwaoshah (wooadcd). and Sobiaoo. 

IS Li. John Douglas White carried the Queen's Colour of the Srd Bulb in the action of Punnlar, 19th Dee. 184S| aad haa 
received the Bronae Star. He was present with the 3rd Drags, at the battles of Moodkee, Peroseshah (wounded) aad Sabraon. 

24 Cornet Hodgson was present at the siege and capture of Bhortpore, and was a volunteer for the dismounted cavalry 
storming party. He was also present in the action of Maharajpore (medal), aad at the battle of Sobraon. 

96 Cap*. Connick served the campaign in Portugal in 1806 and 9, and on the eastern eoaat of Spain, from Sept. 1819 to Sept. 
1811, indndlng the battle of Castalla. Served also the campaign of 1841 in Affghsnistsn (Medal), aad that of 184ft.S on tha 
Sutlai, inclodinc tho batttet of Moodkee, Peroseshah, and Sobraoa. 

17 Dr. Bcndataoo served at tha capture of Gnadaloupe in 1810 ( two years ia tha Anaricaa war 1 and daring the whole of 
the Buiiiwff war. Also the campaign of 1841 in AS^fiianistas. 

IB Comet Maeqincan served with the ISth Lancers during tha campaign la AS^haaistaa uader Lord Kcaae, iachidiag tha 
siege aad eaffCBia of Ohuaaa( Medal). Ha waa aflarwards present at thabattleof Mahan^pors (Medal) | aad he also served 
Ibi laeiSsipi IB Ihi Salic) (Medal), hielnding the aetlana at Buddiwal, AUwal, and Sobraon. 

9 MOoM wag |ces«tal Moodkee and Fensestaabi at wUchfaMt he was sfTBfvly wounded la the I 



132 



6tk (/n>mAt7%) Rt^inunt of Dragqtnu, l^Sn^SSlS!: 



The Castle of TnnliikllUng. 
« WATERLOO." 



Teftn' Senr. 


63 


Pull 


Httir 


PV. 


Pv. 


23 


^ 


SO 





11 





10 





13 





14 





11 





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ColaneL 

8kr GeoTi^e Pownoll Adams,^ KCH. Comet ^ 6 Oct. 1705 ; XAeut. 18 lltfoh,96 ; 
CapU 11 Oct. 07; Mt^m-^b Feb. 02; Lieut.'Coh 8 Dec. 04; CM. 4 iatie» 
13; Mqjor-Gen. 12 Aug. 10; LieiU.'Gen. 10 Jan. 37; CoL 6th Dfagyoni^ 
86th Oct. 40. 

Lieut, -Colonel, 

Willonghby Hoore, Comet, »7 Sept. 20; Lieut, p 11 July, 23; Capt. >4 Mjptf- 
26 ; Jfi9>r, V17 July^ 40; XtteC-Coi. P88 July, 48. 

WmiamArkwright, C0ntef,P24July28; l^teu^. p25 June30; C^p^Pll 
38 ; Mqjor^ pO June 46. 



Captatks. 
Bdwttrd Stephen May • • 
Henry Dalrymple White 
Wm. Hiitchina<m Carrol 
Chaiiea Cameron Shute 

Robert Moore Peel 

FrancU Sutton 

LlBUTBNAMTS. 

Whitehall Dod 

lliomaa Fraacr Grore . . 
Fred.WJohnFltzWygram 
William Martyn PoweU . . 

Conyers Tower • • 

Dottin Maycock, adlj. . . 
SirVif. C. Monheady Bar^. 

Arthur Lowther 

William Doyle, R. M. .. 
Robert George Manley . . 
Horn. H. L. Boyle Rowley 

CORNBTS. 

George H. L. Boynton . . 
Arthur Royda 



COBNBT. 



P 4 May 87 
Pll May 38 
P84Jttly 86 
P 19 July 34 
P 2 Dec. 37 
P 23 Aug. 39 

P 86 ^tn. 41 
P 8 Sept. 42 
P 88 July 48 
p 16 Not. 43 
P 7 June 44 
p 31 Dee. 39 
p 2 June 43 
P 31 May 44 
18 Dee. 44 
p 9 June 46 
P 29 Nov. 45 

p II June 47 
p 25 June 47 



2.ZBUT. 



11 May 38 

8 Feb. 39 

87 Sept. 39 

18 May 39 

2 July 41 

3 June 42 

28Jidy 43 

10 Not. 48 
17 May 44 

8 Oct. 44 
6 June 46 

1^3 Ajee. 44 

9 June 46 
6 Mar. 47 

11 June 47 
26 June 47 

8 Oct. 47 



OAJ^TAUI. 



P 88 July 43 
P17 May 44 
P 9 June 46 
P 6 Mar. 47 
P 25 June 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
i 



MA/DJa« 



Paymoifer.— Charles Francis Gregg, 26 Mar. 41 ; Sn$* P16 Dec. 31 ; 

P 14 Feb. 34. 
Adjutant, — Lieut, Dottin Maycock, 28 Aug. 46. 
Q^arter'MaMter,-^9meA Marshall, 14 April, 43. 
iSttr^sOR.— 4ames Sidey, M. D. 2 July, 41 ; Asntt.-Surg, 12 Jan, 80 ; 

Assist. 1 Dec. 25. 
Amit.'Skrg, — Cosno Gordon Logio^ M.D, 6 Oct 41. 
Veterinary Surgeon.-^HerheTf Hsdlen, 3 Aug. 30. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow.—Agent^, Messrs. Cox k Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Bovongb, 

Bt. Armit, & Co. 

[Returned from France, January, 1816.] 

I Sira«orf« Pownoll Aduna ••nred In Ireland during the rebellion in t79S. Alao uadtr Lotd Ldhc teA« 
BmC iBditt, whert to wu neliv^ •mplojad for Mveral yMn« 



rASSSn't^iThe q^em'^mm)Regt. of U.tota0<m$. {ITimars.) 133 



« PBNINSULA"— « WATBBLOO." 




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16 



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Colonel. 

* ^7^^'^^L^^^' Ci»-. 23 0ct.99; Xt«#. 18 July, 01: Cant. 7 
April, 04; Mttfar, SO Not., 06; Lieut.^Col. 13 Jaw, 11 ; Col 27 May 26 • 
M^Gem. 10 Jan., 37 ; U.^Gen. 9 Not. 46; Cirf. 7th HMm, 10 Mw. 46.' 

ZMut.'ColorUl. 
ArftM Shirley, Comef , p 31 Aug. 30 ; Lieut, p 1 Feb. 33 ; Capi. p 16 July. 36 • 
Afij^or, P 28 Aug. 46 ; X^. Co/. P 16 April 47. ^ ioJuiy,«), 

Af<^or. 
Chftries Hagart, Cornet^ P16 June 32; Xinc^. p12 Aug. 34; Capt. p21 Oct 
37 ; MtQor^ p 10 Dec. 47. 











Captaiks, 
Lawienee C. Lennox Peel 
Jamea Macaul Hagart . . 
Bit Wm. Bu8>eU,Bar^. 

Chariea Bowles* 

HenJlfar9.i2fWorcester,« 
Wm.y ViM. St. Lawraace 

LlBlTTENAKTS. 

Joaeph Hely,* B.H 

Bdward Henry Cooper •• 
William Bablngton .... 
Wm. Bidley Cha. Cooke 

AUred Sartoris 

William Daicon Bnahe . . 
C. Frind Cregoe Colmoie 

COBKXTS. 

Fhmcia Arthur Farrell . . 
Hon. Cliarles Harbord . . 
Joseph Trenerry, A^. .. 
Wm. Percival Heathcote 
Charles Craufnrd Praser . 
Henry William Meredyth 



COBirXT. 



P 6 Jan. 41 
P 26 May 37 
P 2 July 41 
Pl6Aug. 39 
P17 Aug. 41 
P 9 May 45 



16 Feb. 39 
P 16 May 46 

P 11 Not. 46 
P 13 Not. 46 
P30 Dec. 46 
P27 Feb. 46 
PU Sept. 46 



P 9 Oct. 46 
P 16 Jan. 47 
2 July 47 
P22May 46 
p 3 Dec. 47 
p 10 Dee. 47 



LIBUT. 



P 13 May 42 
P 16 May 46 
P27 Feb. 46 
P i Nov. 42 
P 7 July 43 
P28Aug.46 



P 11 Not. 46 
Pll Sept. 46 
P 9 Oct. 46 
p 16 Jan. 47 
P 16 Apr. 47 
P 17 Apr. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



BBXTBT- 
IfAJOB. 



P 28 Aug. 46 
Pll Sept. 46 
P 16 Apr. 47 
P 17 Apr. 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 10 Dec 47 



PaymoiteT. — Edward George Cubitt, 16 Feb. 44; Bm, p9 Dec. 31; £{««#• 

28 April, 37. 

Atyuiant. — Comet Joseph Trenerry, 3 Sept 47. 

Quarter-Miuter.~^olm Eyana Parry, 12 Oct. 41. 

5«9ViOii.— Stephen lawson, 2 June 43; il. 5. 29 July 30 ; JST. J. 29 Not. 27. 

AsiUtani^SurffOon. — James John Majoribanks Wardrop, 81 May, 4U 

VHermary Surgeon. — ^Thomas Siddell, 3 Feb. 47. 

'BVfkt.'^Agentif Messrs. Cox ft Co. 
[Betunied from Canada Dec. 1842.] 

1 8ir Wm. Tvyll Mrrsd dnrhiy part of the eampaignt of 1708, 04, and 0S» in tli« Netlierlftiulc ; at th* 
toM<r» In 1700 ; and In Portufal, Spain, and Waldieran, In 180S and 0, u Aide-de-camp to tb« preient 
taconlB of Ancleeey. 

% lient. H^f MTved u a captain in the Itt Lanoen of the late Anglo-Spanith I^on, in 18SA and ZQ, 
ennag ed at the castle of Guerara, the etronghold of the Carlisle; and aflerwardi at Mendegur, Aiua, 
•Bd betghte of Arlaban in Aiava on the lOth, 17th. and 18ih Jan. 1896; also at the passage of the Unimca 
•« tteOOHi Maj, and eommanded the squadron which took Passages on that daf. Again on the right of 
tiM Ihias mhen Alsa was attadked ; together with constant skirmishes in front of Vlttoria. 

• Caplain Bowles served throughout the campaign of 1843 in AffghanisUn (medal) in the Srd Light 
He tervad also In the campaign on the Sutlcj, Indnding the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

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Harp and Crown. "PrwfifkB wtuH$ memaretJ'^*' LESWARBEB"-* 

Cohnet 
m Sir John Browne > KCH. C^wii^, 27 Kay, flfi ; i:i«tf . 17 Mar, 96 ; CfWi. 
1 June, 97 : Jfq/or, 16 Feb. 00 j iwtt/.-Co?. 14 March, 11 ; Co/. 19 July, 21 ; 
jri9'or-€'«ii.22Jttly,80;Xiai#.-(?efi.23NoT.41 ; CoZ. 8th Hiiiiais, 4 April, ^. 

lAiut.'Colaneh 
FNderick Qeorg« SheweU, Cotim^, p28 Aug. 27 ; LUut. 6 Sept 81 ; Cftpi. 
9 28 Apr. 37 } Mi^f ('23 Aug. 44 ; Lieut.-C^h P 19 Feb, 47. 

Rodolph d« 8aUf, C^me^, p 17 Dec. 90 ; Xteu^. p28 June, 33 -, Copt, p 13 July, 
38 ; Mqfor^ p 19 Feb. 47. 







































Captaxxs. 
Charlee Joseph LongmoK 
H&n. Jamei Sandilanda . . 
Arth. Jaa. Lord Killeen 
Alz-Crnickihank lindia; 

John Thompson 

Henry Frauds Gust'.t . . 

LiXUTXNAlCTS. 

Joseph Reilly, R.H 

Edward Seager, ad^ 

Bdwurd Thomkinson . . 

George Lockwood 

Charles John Boarchier.. 
Him. Shapknd Pra. Carew 
Price Built Manners Wood 
Jaoies Sadler Naylor .... 

Philip Saltmarshe 

William DaTis 

Qeoige Cbetwode 




P30 May 34 
p 2 Mar. 30 
P17 Sept. 39 
PdlJan. 40 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P30 Mar. 38 



P 26 Apr. 
P 17 Sept. 41 
P 12 May 43 
p 11 July 87 
P 22 Apr. 42 
P21 Mar. 45 
P22Sept.4S 
17 July 40 
P 1 Aug. 45 
P 9 Jan. 46 
P 8 Blay 40 



p 17 Aug. 38 
PdlJan. 40 
P 6 Mar. 41 
P 8 Feb. 42 
P 12 May 43 
P 31 Dec. 39 



27 Mar. 84 
29 June 48 
P 12 Apr. 44 
P28Attg. 40 
P20Deo. 48 
P 9 Jan. 46 
P24Sept.45 
P 22 July 45 
P27 0ct. 46 
P22 Dec. 40 
P 10 Mar. 43 



P27 0ct. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 



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P23 
P 1 
P28 
P27 
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Aug. 45 
Jan. 46 
Mar. 46 
Dec. 46 
Feb. 47 



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C0RXST9. 

Fra. Bdmund Macnaghten 
Daniel Hugh Clotterbuck 

Paymagter.-^nnry Dnberiy, 12 Kor. 4^7 ; JBns. p28 Sept. 99; 14. 15 April 
42. 

il^fu^on/.— Xieu^. Edward Seager, 5 Oct. 41. 

QttOfftr^JIfaffar.— James Landers, 29 Nov. 99. 

^ur^eoK. — OMeon DoHnage, 6 April 44 ; A$9iH.'Surg. 10 Dee. 83. 
Amitant'Surgeofu — Henry Somen, M.D. 17 Oct. 45. 
FeferfTuxry Surgeon. — Edward Simpson Grey, 24 April, 43. 



BVa^-^AffenUf Messrs. Cox k Co.— Irith AgttUs, Sir £. B. Borough^ JBI. Annlt,* Co, 
[Sotwrnedfirom the Satt Indim, May, 1823.] 

1 BlrJohaBfOiro«Mtt«AoaUMflKpMlifloa lo «otli Amsriea andtr Qm&f^ WlOrtnrt ; on«tetteY»e- 
tvfil ttoder Um Dnke of W^UtngtOD, taieludlaf tfa« battl«t of RoMft and Vimiarm ; sad tnUt^ptrntSf as gir 
Jokn Mooft^ tBpsdItloa to Spala, Indudliic am affUn wMi Um PMi^fe cavslrr it Bahagwi a^ Biastsai^ 
ralMat toOiinmna,iadb«ttltorOonuma. He wi aftg i w ai ds atisclisd to tli» P ot t a f is away, —d w^s l f^d 
Ave woaadt hi aetloa with tli« *amy on ths ISth P«k. IBll. Ho vts alM altoehod fbr i?e aMatts to a 
dlTblon of tho 8|iaatoh snax ^ BMiamadora aader QobmsI Msadlsabil. 

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SSn « PENINSULA."—*' PUNNUR."— " SOBRAON.** 

CoUmel—9 WBi James Wallace Sleigh/ CB. Comei, Feb. 05 ; Lieut. 29 Apr. 05 ; 

Ce^.WOct. dS ; JTiff. 14 Jime, 05 ; ZL^CoL 14 Dec. 00^ CoL 19 Aug. 19 ; 

Majar-QeH. 83 July^ 30; Li.^Gen. 83 Nor. 41 ; CoL 9th Laneert, 24 Ang. 39. 
Lt.'VoUmeU.—Alex. Campbell/ CB. KH. Cor. 34 Aiig.06; X^p4 Sep.06; Capt, 

Pl3Aug.l8; Jf<(/.PO Aag.81;Brer.-X#.-Ca/. 16 Jaly.30; Z/.-Co/.P38Jaii. 42: 

Col. Not. 46. 
John Soott/ CB. Cometj p 4 May, 15 ; Lieut, p 86 Oct. 15 ; Oapt. P 88 June, 81 ; 

3fqjor, P9 Nor. 86; Lieut.- Col. 31 Aug. 80; Col. 10 Jane, 46, 
Mqfors.'^M. Alex. Follerton/ ConMi, P 1 Aug. 88; £^. p 30 Dec. 84 ; Capt p 19 

8ept,86;JBrev-Afq;. 8dNoy.41 ;Af<|;. P88Jao.42.; JBr€0.X^.-C»{.85Apr.45. 
James Hope Qrant,* CB. Comot, p 80 Aug. 86 ; Lietct. p 86 Feb. 88 ; Cdpt. p39 

May, 36 ; Mqfor, 22 April, 48. 






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CAPTAIirS. 

Archibald LitUe* 

Andrew Bpottiswoode'. . 
Bdward Rndston Read* 
John Rose Holdea Rose" 
John Cameron Campbell'* 
Abik ChAries Powys" .. 
Edward James Pratt" . . 
Robert Abercromby Yule"* 
WiUiam Drysdale<> .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Cha.H. Douglas Donovan* 
Oct* Henry St.Geo>Anson*^ 
Wm. Well. W. Humbley* 
WmRNewportCampbeU*^ 
J. K. Wedderbum* .... 

PhilipKemp^^ 

James Wm. Bobarts *« .. 
Fred. Courtney Trower" 
Thomas John Francis *'. . 
Alexander Hawtrey* .... 

Wm. Coesvelt Kortright 
Wm. Hamilton,^ adj. . . 
Fra.JohnM*Farlatte** .. 
Lucius John French* • . * . 
Henry Nelthorpe ....... 

Robert William King*. . 

John Head 

Wm. Wilberforee Bird*. . 
Chandos Fred. Clifton* .. 

Corn bts 
WUliam Fred. Richards* 
John Henry King ...... 

Richard Shaw, R. M 

Charles Abbott Delmar . . 

Richard Hoghton 

Henry Andrew Sarel. • . . 

Frederick Ellis 

Edmund D'Arcy Hunt . . 



CORNBT. 



>" 4 Oct. 31 
P 10 May 33 
fid Not. 31 
P 19 July 81 

85 Oct. 27 
P28 Feb. 34 

14 Feb. 28 
P 3 July 85 
P29Dec. 35 

19 Feb. 36 
27 Nov. 35 
27 Mar. 35 
P 10 June 36 
P 7 July 36 
P22 Aug. 34 
P29May 40 
P30 June37 
P 14 June 39 
P 84 April 48 
P25AprU42 
39 April 42 
P 6 Jan. 43 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 80 Oct. 40 
P83 Jane43 
P 15 Dec 40 
P 24 Not. 43 
P 31 May 44 

P24Jan. 45 
P23 Jan. 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P 8 May 46 

18 Sept. 46 
P 13 July 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 89 Oct. 47 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. IBRBY.-MA/. 



P 31 Aug. 32 P 34 Feb. 
P89 April 86 
P12Deo. 34 
Pll Jan. 33 
P 16 Mar. 32 
P 1 July 36 
P80Jan. 82 
P86 May 87 
P31 Aug. 38 

P 3 Aug. 41 
8 Dec. 38 

15 Dec. 38 

15 July 41 
P10Aprn40 
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37 
Pll Oct. 80 
P 87 Aug. 41 
P29 April 42 

28 Apr. 46 
P 18 July 47 sco1«mISmci 

80 Sept. 44 V*P!T^ '"*» 

P 2 July 47 uadn Mantel 
P 29 Oct. 47 0*tuA, at tk« 
•leftoTAnCweip, 
la Dm. ISn I audi by pcrmiMlon of 
tba Manhal, be accgoipaaird the 
troopa upon tvcry oeemslon dartaf 
Iha sifga. la Oat I8I8, b« wu ap- 
pointed to tbc cowanaad of |h« ea* 
valrf af tba Boirfiay dlvlilon of tba 
&naf of tba Inlut, as Brigadiar ; 
■anrad in tbat raak dariof tba eaan- 
.01 l^ ., .palfnaof |8l8*nd», InSeindeand 

Pol JJeC. 41] AflklianUtaa,aJidwasprcflaDCattha 

13 May 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 31 May 44 
P 24 Jan. 45 

23 Oct. 45 
P 24 Oct. 45 

28 Apr. 46 
P 17 Jan. 45 

17 Mar. 47 

19 Nov. 42 
P 6 Aug. 47 
P 29 Oct. 47 



eaptnre of Ohumaa. 
Ditriat the lattar part of 1880, ha 
anaaioanrtrd a dataebad colunm, 
coaaiactait of Um whole of the artU- 
lery, (eseepting *$axu,) the earalry, 
and aoa batialioD of lafbntrf i tbia 
cebuBB waa deettaad to iceiire the 
BttliJuf ation of Upper Scfaide. and to 
co-operate wltb tbc mala column 
luder Sir Tba. Willtblre, directed 
agalMt Khelat. la the aetlon at 
Mahanylporc on the »tii Pee. 1843. 
he commanded a Brlfade of Cavalry, 
ai alM at tba battie of Sobraon. 

S Capt. BoM comiaandcd a half 
tquadron of tbeSrd Light Oragoona 
attbafbfcingorcbeKbjrber Pau, aid 
alea at tfiewMef of JaWalahad, and at the re-eaptura 
of Cabool,inAll|rbaniatan,ln IB4S (medal). Attbebattla 
of Punniar, near Owallor, be commanded the left tquad- 
raa of tte 9th Lanecn (medal). He was alee at Sobra- 
on (medal). 

17 Paymaster Leeeh serred In the Fenlasula Aram Jan. 
1813 io the end of the war. laelndlnc the Pasaaga of tba 
Btdaisoa, the battlet of NIrella 10th Nov., aod Ntea 
9dH 10th, Itth, aal ISth Dee. 181% and blaekada of 
Bayonne. Served also at the eiealade of BoaJ Boqj In 
Cateh, Mareh, ISiS, awl at the slega of Bhas-el- 







Khyina.andof Sonlntha Persian Oalf la 1819 and Ml 
He was present also at Sebraoo <meial> 

Paymatter.—Jf Fraaeis Bdward Leccb^'? 19 if or, 07 
A4iutatU.'-Lieut. William Hamilton/^ 29 April, 42. 
Quarter-Miuter.— Andrew AUan,^* 13 May, 42. 

Surgeon. —Rob. Joynt Gordon Gr8nt,'*2 Jul .41 ; .4 .-5. 14 Feb. 28; H'.-A . 7 Sop. 26. 

.—Walter George Leonard Staunton/* 29 May, 40. 
fineaa Macintosh Marpherson, 21 Aug. 40. 
^-Btebatd John Qcdalfah &urford,*« 17 July, 35. 

Blue-~JFbc«MV Btmrk^-nAMnt, George Samuel CoUyer, Esq. 

I O«ii0ral Slelffb fenr^d in Flanden In I7M; In the hctlona in North Holland and the Helder, lOCh and 
^>4«lb*AvtH 1^4 M and eih Oet. Ifna. lathe Pwtemla in 1811 and 18. Gooaaanded the 11th Dracooni at 
^^eUrttxK tovarde the dete ofwhfeh tha fmmmaiKi of the 4th Brifade den>lt«d on him. In I8iu he ac- 

^onpiMled hif. reflment to India, and comiaandad the CaraSry diviaion at the'tlege of Bhurtpore In 18i6fc0. 
A Ooieael Campbell waa preeent at the eaptare of tiie Cape of Good Hepe with 8ir Darid Balrd's 
eomift te laot; and he eerved lubfequeatly in India In the fiSth hU Dragoons mitll 1811. In IStf he pro- 
eeeded again to India with hit ratiment, and oommanded the 1 it Cavalrj Brigade of the army of Owalior, in the 
action at Punnhv, on the 89th Vee. 1848; and the 2adGavalry Brigade in the battle of Bobnu>n, 10 Feb. 1846. 

II Opt. the Hon. C. Powya, prior to entering the army, serred Ave years and three monlhi In the Royal 
Kary, and was presentin H.M.8. BUmde, at the taking of the Morea Castle, in the Qutf of Lepanto, in 1886. 

18 Captain Drjsdale and Lieut. Kemp serred with the 4th Light Dngoons, Lieat Trowcr with the 10th 



dwina the campaign la Affgbanistan under JLosd Keane, and were present at the siege and captuie 
of Ohamee. (Medal.) These officers were also present with the Qth Lancers in the action at Pnnniar, 80tli 



fiaa. 4a» and hare leoelTed the Broaae 8ur. Capt. Dryedala and LuTirower were alltrwardsat Sobraon (medal). 
IS Mr. Bafford serred with the 10th Lancers dnnaf tlw *^T**t^ la AlHthankian aadar Lord Keaa«, in- 



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{Hussars.) 

<« PENINSULA."—" WATERLOO." 
Colonel. 



49. 



46 #W>m H«mr;r Be^champ L^gon/ Corned, a Juljr» 1908 1 XiAif . M V^, 04 ; 

Cao^. 16 Jan. 07 ^Afq/or, 14 May, 13; X^-(^o{.l8JuDe/16; CoLM Mkr.SS; 
' Afq^«*<3^. le itti. 87 ; Xf.«0«ii,9Nov.4B^ Col, 10th fi^Maiiblid Jane, 48. 

IMut.-^ioloneU, 
Henry Frod. Bonham, €Wm««, p22 Hay, 20 ; Lieui. p 14 Jane« 31 ; Cggt^ ^ 16 

May, 34 ; Mqjor, 3 Apr. 46 ; Limi.'Col. p28 Apr. 46. 
William Parlby, Cormty p3 Oct. 16; JjUiU. p 6 May, 24 j Ppyi-rP 10:aept 96; 

Br9V€piMi^ary 23 Kot. 41 ; Jkfc^or, p 26 Sept. 46 ; 14,'^Col. p dO Jan. 46.. 
Mqjors,r*-J6tsD IVitton,' Camtt, 14 Jao, 13; X#. U Aog. 16 ; CapL Y OeL B6 ; 

jirajor, 3 Apr. 46. 
George Aag. Fred. Qufintin, ComMif P14 June, 31 ; Lieui. p 1 Juae, JSt; Cirp#. 

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Captains. 

JolmWUkie 

Broadley Harrison 

Lord Geo. A. Beauclerk 
WiUian IH^trie Waogh* . . 

Thomas Lloyd • 

Sir Thomas Munxo, BMrt. 
Methoea Stedman. • . • . 

William Murmy 

Chailtt FieriUe Sniteet. 

LkBOTJtirAKTS. 

Oeeqre Webb, a4f. ..... 

£rofi.F.C.Q.ritzCIarence,« 
C. H. 8. G. Lord Oaarragh 
Thomas Sargent litde • . 
Malcolm R. LakigMeason* 

Robert S. Paritei* 

Robert Charles Hoknes . . 
Richard Playne Sflsnh .. 
Charles PotU Rosscr . » . . 
Theodore Wliigman, R.M. 
John Wydlffe Thompeon 
Wm. Macfiulane Wardrop 
Richard ETsrard Blake^ 
Arthur John Loftus .... 
John Walrond Clarke . . 
Charles MacMahon .... 
John Percy Smith* .... 
Butler Mildmay GlTcen 
danjattia Ayleu BtanAll 

COBKfcTS. 

Robert Clements ...... 

Joiitt Itaammond 

Edw. Jas. Stopford Blair 
Theodore Williams .... 
Edward Siacay 
Theodore H. Dory 
Henry Alesqinder 
John Rawllnson Cnthbert 



CORMST. 



Pll May 88 
Pll Oct. 89 
P28 Aug. 38 
P 1 Not. 83 
P 16 Mar. 27 
p 7 July 68 
p 1 June 88 
P Mar. 38 
P28Jan. 42 

28 June 39 
22 April 42 

Pl7May 44 
Pec. 37 

P21 June 80 

6 July 39 
P 20 Not. 40 
P26 0ot. 41 

8 Jan. 41 
P20 Nov. 44 
P22 Nor. 44 

7 Feb. 45 
P34JaA. 41 
P16 Dee. 40 
p 20 Mar. 40 

4 Attir. 43 

8 July 36 

4 Apr. 46 

5 Apr. 46 



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P 17 May 44 

p 7Jaae44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P31 Dec. 44 
3 Apr. 46 
P28Apr. 46 
P 4 Apr. 45 
P Not. 46 
p 10 Dae. 47 

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P29May 35 
P 12 Oct. 30 
P27 Aug. 41 
P21 Feb. 40 
P29May 40 
P 7 F^. 46 

80 Dec 41 
P2d May 46 
P20M«r. 46 

19 Oct. 30 
P 26 Oct. 41 

13 Jan. 42 
P 12 Apr. 44 
P 3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

27 May 42 

3 May 44 

P 1 Dec. 46 

P 2 Feb. 47 

21 Aug. 31); 
Pll June 47 
PlODec. 47' 

lf««Mcc«i»IBydenhMl(maUl)^ l|»fctvHali» 
that r«fft In the BubtrqiMiit tiftnMotm la tt« 
MskvirtrB eoaatry, iiwlii4b« Am hiinHiimi m 
bjr ttwiB or tkt lafu of Paa*lfai«ad rmii^ 
9 Mr. ftoM wnrvil ia the lB|h L«BMr» tkt 
la Afl|t)0ibtaii unfer L<wd fc^aa^ aad na 
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bar darlxif ih« via^ of \Ul'4M i 9m 
Ui« advtnet to Cabeol bf aai ••- 
voitif aoaarfoA ai 6oalaa, Bo waa 
altoprftBa* at ia« batao af 
njporr. Ht liaa t«ttlT«4 Ibo i 
laMTibcit ''Ctadabar, Caaool,** aad 
Um Bttmt StM Ibt 

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130) I.t. laf. la Um raa<|«li^ of IMI 
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taailicor 

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luck Pa*«, dcfearo of J«nalab^ m« 
loftlogoa Of Uih Wot. m« lal D*«. 
IMI. Itlh mmth a Irt 4pril 1M9 s 
fnieral actioa jomI dH^at 
Kbtn bcfbre JetUabad (i 
Aiail. ISSI.BI 
Jiifdaltuek, acdaB of 
laeapCan ot Cakool (■«iM)i 

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Udui^pore (Mcdal) i and aba is tha 
kac, FerajKahali, tad Sobfaoa. 



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Pll June 47 

P 3 Sept. 47 

PTODec. 47 

P^jftiuUier^r^Eammad Bastley Frhb, 7 Sept; 41 : JBiu. P31 
A4iutant.-'Li£ui. Qeorge Webb, 20 Sept. 39. 
Qmrter-MoMUr.^jQhn Fcon^ 19 May, 46. . . 

'^''S?*"T^."!^2?i?^^i^^'^ Row,i gFeb. 42 ; AseUi^Smr^. 16 IMw 27 : 
Ixotp.''As9i§t. 98 Feb* 20. .• 

Aisiitani'Surgeons.'-'ThomM Fniser, M.D., 16 Dec. 46. 

John Edward 8tephens,i<» M.D., 6 Oct 41. 
Yeterinary Swgeon. — James Robertson, 2 Oct. 40. . 

Blue.— ^pvn^, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

the BoMarable VUmtj B. LygoB, Hrrcd la tha I calaiaU with *• Itih Dranaaa. hum Itod 
npoai Peb. ISU to th« rad or that war. larlnrtlnf the eaptuiv of Opof«aw battfa of TalavMo. ^ 
Savtfvly wouadad la tha afck. »<h Aug 1810. la Maatma't adraaca to tho batdo of »— •— ■ 

f Mi^orTHtiaB "" ~ 

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ariSlfllBAa 
atthabaMMar 

S Malar Waafb Mwad with tha ISth 
l« tka hMflM of avddiwal. AUwal. Md I 

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thallih LL Dw . at the itef aad capture of Bbartpert la IStS-Ot ud with tha Sid Lt. Dia «»« 
' ^fT*? *• • • *^ Oeaetal of the eavalrj af <be anay of the Bod^ la tStt^ mk waa 

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Id; Xietc/.-^o24 20 Jan* Uj Coi. 27 Mi^ 96; M^^w^tfu 10 ^an. ^7; 
'ZieM.-G*^. 9 l^ov. 46 ; €%/« 1 Ilk Hiunn> 19 Notr. 47. 

.^i4 -^J*^^^^uan«SA JG^W ^ Cardigan, Cgfnet, »eMary 24; Xinc^. p 13 Jan. fUi; 
Cap^ P 9 Jnne« 26 ; ilfq;ar, Pd Aug. 30; Xieu^-Co^ 3 Dec. 30; CM.9Nov«46. 

Mqjor, 
SO t iaigo WIMiam Jonet, Comet, v a Joiy, 28; Xieu^. p 17 Dec. 30 ; Capt, P 14 
. Apr- 97 i M{0or, p7 Junei 44. 



H*- 



■ ■!« I « « 



GAPTiJUS. 



UJohn Domglas . . ., .a. 
ftomas Hobbi&a Ward . . 
1^ BdsAnnd Peel 
WHlblffi Stephen Sandes 
O Rtn. Gerard James Noel 
^ Oeoi^eThomaaDonooinbe 

LlSUTHVANtS. 

Jaa.Tlio.Wigfatmai>,B.M. 

Wmiam Foster 

Thomas Yorke Dallas . 
O Wm. O. Baker Creaswell 





O 





oomirfiT. 



n8 Jane 29 
Pl0 8ept.41 
PlBlitr.SO 
p 3Jttae42 
P 8 July 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 



XOJBirTw 






P«6Qet. d» 
P 8 July 48 
P 17 July 40 
P ADesi 48 
P29Deo.48 
P 7 June 44 



p 11 May 80 
P 10 July 46 
P ^ Bton 46 
P80ilw^'47 
PldJaly 47 
P24Sefa.47 



P 93 July 44 
P91 Apr. 46 
P 90 Got. 40 



10 








Frederick Henry Sykes. . 
Lesley Alexander #•••.. 

Charles Monint 

Artbur Bri«co 

Robert Dennlstoon . » . . 

CORNBTS. 

WiUiam Ennis, AiJ^. .... 

Bdwin Adolphns Cook . . jP30 Mar. 47 

Lester Garland PiaJoly 47 

Walter Stephcms Brinkley p94 Sept. 47 



24 Feb. 43!P 6 Apr. 44 
P 6 Dec. 43 P2dBe|jt.46 
P20 Dee. 43 p2] Apr. 46 
P 5April44 



P 10 July 46 

P 6Nor.46 

P 30 Mar. 47 i 

P30DM.41 



PlOJnTy 46 P. 13 July. 47 
P 3 Nov. 46 P24 Sept 47 

92J«n. 47 



. BE8T4T- 

MAJDE. 

h< ■ « *^ ■ ■ 



20 Piiyffi/M««r.— Wfllfam Hooghton^ 4 Apr. 45; Bn^ 6 Fehi. 12; Ukuik 4 Jfay, 15. 
Aiffutant.— Comet WilHam Ennis, 22 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-Masier.^^ohn GiUeland, 5 March, 47. 
j^rtcr^fAm.— Patrick 0*Callaghan, M.D. 3 Feb. 43; A$^9i,^8urg. 21 FWb. 28; 

JFfo^p.- Assist. 18 July, 26. 
l^iMis^^Mr^atm^— Blchard Pyper, 24 Nov. 43. 

Veterinary Surgeon* — John William Oloag, 20 June, 92; 

Blue, — Agents^ Messrs. Cox k Co. 
\Itetumedfrom the EaH Indiee, June 188&] 



I Uart-Ocneral Wjndliam wrred th* Peolniuliir campaigns of 1808, 0. 11, aiid IB, Includtiii; Uie 
Ulliiii of Bolris^ Vlaalers, ■ BciWTente, Albtth«r», tTMgre, MornkM d« Tor 7, ▼it^orli*, a*i4'tb# Fmneoa. 
8erre4aliQ tlM caaipaign of 1815, and wai wrerely wondded at W«lsrlo«» 



« ' .« M* 



138 \2ih {The Prince of Walei's) Boyal Regt 0^ 



ir. 



alHooMlov. 



YMN'Serr. 


68 


FttU 
P.y. 


luir 

P«y. 


98 





15 





• • 





16 
16 
10 
9 
8 
11 



7 
7 

6 

7 

6 

4 
4 
2 
2 



2 
1 

1 
1 

87 
7 

11 

88 

2 



The 5pi^liix, with the ward», « BGYPT'-" PENINSULA"-" WATBRLOO." 

m Sir Henry John Cnmmlntf/ KCH. ComH, 18 Mfcy, 1»0 j Xieitf . 9 Feb. 
98: Cap*. 21 ftb.94; Af <i^, 25 Oet. 98 ; Xkiil-C«(. 17 F«. 1806 : Co*. 1 
Jan. 12; Mpjw^Omi. 4 June, 14; XJM*.-G«n. 22 July, 80; Qrf. 12thlMioerf, 

20 Jan. 87. 

Lieut'CdloneL 
BdwardPole, C<ii^*,P7July, 26; J^mm*. p 19 0flpt.>2aj Cdjtf . P 18 Hot, 31 ; 
Afitf or, P 80 July, 44 ; JA$u$.'Col. P 80 Mtfoh, 49i 

Hon, Robert Needham, Corned, p23 Aug. 88; Lieut, p 12 Bee 34; CapU 
P 2 July, 41 ; Jlfi{/or, p80 March, 47. 



Captains. 



CO&NBT. 






























A 








Edward Korant 

WnuHeathcoteTottenham 



Darid Arthur Monro . • . 
Thomas Henry Clifton . 
Rich. Hugh Smith Barry 
John Borlase MauntcU. . . 

LXEUTBVAHTS. 

Charles Sutton 

C. Sabino Aug. Thellnsson 
Tho. Cockayne Maunsell 
John De Montmorency 

Prior, adj 

Henry George Sutton . . 
Rob. £dw.FuUerton,R.M. 
John Almerus Digby. • . . 
Thomas Geo. Alex. Oakes 
John Wilson Fox ..... 



P 20 Sept 38 
P 18 I>ec« 83 
P28 Deo. 88 
P 26 Apn 80 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P 17 Nov- 87 



I.IBUT. 



CAJ^AIV. 



».< 



P 18 July 41 
P26 Not. 41 
P 11 Not. 42 

81 Dec. 41 
P 6 Dec. 48 
p 29 July 44 
P 80 July 44 
p 16 Jan. 46 
P 1 May 46 



P 24 Apr. 86 
P28 0ct. 86 
P 1 June 41 
P 2 July 41 
P 26 Not. 41 
P XI June 41 



P 7 July 48 
P80July 44 
P 10 Jan. 46 

80 Apr. 46 
P 1 Miqr 46 
P 9 0el. 46 
P30 Mar. 47 
P 8 8ept.47 
P 26 Not. 47 



P11N0T.4S 
t 1 Jnljr48 
9 1 May 40 
p80Mar.4l 
p 8. Sept 47 
f 26 N#iu 47 



BBBTXT- 
MAJOR. 



Cornets. 
Fred. Brock Hollinshead i p 9 Oct. 46 

Charles Goring pSO Mar, 47 

Charles Edward Orogan P16 Apr. 47] 
ArthurW. Williams, R.MJP 6 Not. 47 » 

Paymastcr,^L. M. M. Prior,* 6 July, 20; ^ns. 12 Sept 11 ; LhnU, Dee. 19. 
Aii^uiamt.'^Lieut, John De Montmorency Prior, 80 JiUy 44« , 
Quflr/er-Afw/er.— Charles Armstrong, 7 July, 87. ^ 

.9ur<7eon.— James Lowry Tighe, 10 Jan. 40; A. -5. 20 Oct 26; #.-^.24 Joae 16. 
Assistant- Surgeon. — Peter Thomas Gunning, 18 Nor. 46. 
Veterinary Swgeonj^^ 

Blue*- Focifi^f Scarieft.«^ji^enf , George Samuel CoUyer, Esq. 

IRetvmedfrom Portugal, March 1828.] 

ifai 



I Sir H«. Jokn Oummliif serrsdwith Um llUb Dra«sow ioFisndsrs, and waspeiMni 
oocurred, ioeliuUnc the tiefet of Vsl«ncl«niMs tat4 DaaUrk ; sd4 bUQm W Pitt— r^H Cat 
eamftdfu ot 17M la HoUud, mA that to Uf Heldcr In 17W* fierrsd alse imc-jmrn Id 
commaiid of th« lUh light I>rBgooDS, Including the scUon of SI Bodoa,<inNiiMlfPd if a«alwf 
and battle of Sslsnuiea, for whieh latter be fasa recelred a medal. 

9 Paynasttr Plior ierrtd the campaign of 1817 In tlM East Indies against the FiDianws. 



cuiathe 



At Iionirerd. J 



13/A Begiment of Light JOragoons* 



139 



Ob Am ehieoM m4 appolntaifBta, the Motto, ** nr§t fti JB r i r imm.«>-^ FBiaNdVUl''-.*' WATBtUjOO." 

CoJOfMJ. 
9 m Hin. Edwaid Pjadtf Lygon,' GB. 5tl^Z{<ll^ 1 Jane, 03 ; Lieui, 7 
JfOY. 06; Oapt€nn, 16 Feb. 06; lAetU.^Cohnsl^ 21 April, 16; Ctflone/, 27 
April, S0; Mt^'-Gmmrta^ lOJftii.87; i^.-Gra. Nov. 46; Co^cmeJi 18th 
Light Dx«goonf I 29 Jan. 46. 

John LiWreMon, Cornet^ 12 ICqt. 18; LUut. 6 Dee. 21; C<gt#. p27 Auf. 25; 
Bi^e90t^Mqjcr, 28 Jane, 88; Jf(E|;or, '81 Dee. 88; Lieut.-Col. p27 June, 45. 

Mqfor, 
William Knox, JBnHgn^ P 12 Jan. 26; lAmt, p 20 Kar. 27 ; CapU p 14 Dec. 82 ; 
Mq]<rr, p 11 July, 45. 




«•- M 



13 





18 





18 





6 





• 7 





' 4 





'6 





8 





6 





8 





8 





8 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





10 





8 





1 





84 





4 





V 


p. 



Captains. 
Charles Edmund Doherty 
Sam. Auehmuty Dickson 
Wm.Blchard OrmsbyOore 

Henry Bolden 

Rob. H. Johnston Btewart 
O IFeHonF#ed.Wm.Hervey,#. 

LZBUTBNAirTa. 

Henry Wilson, R.H 

RobertHlgginsonBontywea 
John Auc^utin Oldham 
Thomas Howard Ooad . . 

Thomas Irwin, a^ • 

Soame Gambier Jenyns 
Aithur Tremayne 

COBNBTS. 

Ccefl H. B. Dunn Gardner 

Lake White 

Bandall Wllmer Hatfield 

Hugh Mosman 

H6n. J. W. H. Hutchinson 
Percy Bhawe Smith .... 



GOBNBT. 



LIBUT. 



P24Apr.85|P 6 Jan. 37 
P22 May 85, P 28 Sept. 39 
P29Dec. 85, P 12 Apr. 39 
P 22 Apr. 42 P 80 Dee. 45 
P26Feb. 41*Pl4fV0T. 45 



CAPTAIX. 



P 8 Oct. 44 

P 7 Aug. 40 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 1 Apr. 42 
4 July 45 
24 Oot. 45 
P 30 Dec. 45 
p 11 Sept. 46 

P 9 Oct. 4C 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P16 April 47 
P 18 Aug. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
p 29 Oct. 47 



Pl2 8ept.46 

P29 Sept. 48 
P 19 Mar. 47 

23 June 43 
PIS Aug. 47 

28 Sept. 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 29 Oct. 47 



P 4 Sept. 40 
P 29 Sept. 43 
P 19 May 46 
P 10 Mar. 47 
P24 Sept. 47 
P29 0ct. 47 



BBBY-MAJ. 



Paymaf^er.^Biebard John Elrington, 2 Feb. 44 ; J5^, p24 Maieh 88; Lieut, 

P 20 May, 39. 
A4jutant,—Lieyi. Thomas Irwin, 24 Oct. 45. 
Quarter- Jfa«^«r«— Thomas Anderson, 2 April, 47. 
Surgeon, — James Young,^ M.D. 18 Oct 39; AteUU^Surg, 14 Aug. 24; Hotp, 

AesUt. 18 May 24. 
AB$iet,*Surg, — Geotge Thomas Woodman, M.D. 29 Not. 44. 
Veterinary i^r^.— John Legrew, 9 July, 80. 

Blue^JFocia^ Buff.— ^^jn/*, Messrs. Cox & Co.— JHiA Agents, Sir £. R. 

Borough, jBt.f Armit, k Co. 

[Retnmed Ikom the Baat Indies, May 1840.] 

J Lieut.* General the Honourable Edward P. Ljffon serred in the Penkirala ulth the 8d4 life Guardf, from 
HfbY. J%n t9 tif» wd of ihat mn in iai4. Including the hialUe of Vittorta. Bertei alio the cainpalgD of 
ntit And wae ifreeenC at tlie baiUe of Waterhio. 

4 Dr. Yottttf termed ta Africa front 1S24 to 1837 inclusire, and wai present at the battle of Doodwa, 
agafttft fhe Ashaaiees, ^ Aof . 90. 



138 12th ( The Prince of WaUis) Reyal Begt. ofltmoerg. ^tSaSST 
The Sphbu. wltli the woidi, " EGYPT'—" P EN :M SOLA"— ".WATERLOO." 

Sir Henry John Caramlnr,' KCH. Conut, H JAy, 1390 1 X4ail. 9 Feb. 
93 ; Cavt. SI F^b. M ; Mi^, 86 Oct. 96 ; Lint-tM. 17 FA. IBOS; Co/. 1 
JftTi, 1£; jr^'or-(7<n. 4 Jane, U; UMtf .-0«H. tS Jol j, SD ; Crf. UthlMon, 
20 Jan. 37. 

Lieut-Colmul. 
Iward Pola, C»rnel, TT July, 961 iiwirt. ' IS BcptSS} OqM.'U Mot.31; 
Jirq/OT-,P30Ju1r,44; Zi«tif.-Oi)I. FSO Hueli,4I. 

JV>t/i>r. 
;^ on. Robert Needh&ni, Camit, PS3 Aug. SS; Lbut, *1S Bee »4; Ci^. 
l>3 July, 41 ; Hfqjm, p30 Hnrcb, 47. 

















Captaim. 
dwudHonnt 


COBBBT. 


1.IBUT, 


CUTAIM. 


HAiOI. 




P30Sept.33 


P 84 Apr. 86 


• 11N«T.«9 








' 19 Dec. 33 


PSSOct. 86 


t 7 July 49 






a «TidArtbaTUi>nro.... 


PSSDeo. se 


P IJoiMil 


p 1 Hay 40 




M 


homai Henry CUrton .. 


P 36 Apr. SO 


P B July 41 


p30 H*r. 47 




3 


:.: ;icl.. Hugh Bmilh Bwry 


PIS Dec. 40 


PMMOT.41 


p 8 Sept 47 






Dhn BorlMO HuinMlt . . 


P 17 Wot. 87 


PUJiua41 


ff9ftR**.47 






LiBDrBHAnte. 










:harl*» Sutton 


P la July 41 


P 7 jDly 4S 






:.8»bin«Ang.Thellniion 


P36 Not. 41 


fSOJnly 44 






ho. Cock«yn« Manniel] 


pnN0T.4S 


PIG Jan. M 




S 












Prior, od; 1 81 D«:. *1 


80 Apr. 40 






lenry George SBtlon ..Ip 6 Dec. 43 


P IHay 40 






lob.Edw.Fullertoi.,R.M.rB29Julj 44 


p »Oet. 48 




71 


ohnAImeru. Digby.... kaojuly 44 


P80 Hw. 47 






i^ liomu Geo. Alex. Oakci ? 16 Ju. 40 


p »8ept.47 






uhn WiUon Poi IP I M«y 40 


PIMNOT.47 






ConsBTS. 






M 'red. Brock llollinihcad i r Oct. 40 






;h«rle« Goring p30 Mar. 47 






;iiarle» Edward Qrogan 1 r 16 Apr. 4T 




H 


?i trtliurW. William*, B.M 


P a Nor. 47 









»(iymi7*fpr.—L. H. M. Prior,' BJnly.SO; »«.» Sept. 1 1 ;' JUfui. Pec.* 

Ii^utant .-^Litut. John De Moutmoreiicy Prior, 30 Jidy 44. 

iaarler-Matter, — Charlea AmutroDg, 7 Jnlj, 37. 

iurgem.—Jamn Lowry T!ghe,10 Jan. 40; A.-S.V} Oct-iS} ^.-A-Ullf^ 

UtUtaat'Surgftm.—TetCT Tbomai Gunning, 13 Mot. 46. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — 

Blue — Paeinfi Setilet.—Agtnt, George Samuel CoIlycr,E«q. 
IBciumed from Portugal, MarehUa^.} 



!■ Illh Ugbl Dnnoont, I 



i*,*iia npniant l».amTittte<Mt J 
•afrwMBaaaCiMw^itatteTM 1 

■PfCwDuiHkd by a ahra ai in (ki obJ ^ 



M 



PlUl 



37 



17 



18 



19 
17 
16 
10 
81 
14 
SI 
11 



WV 



.*y 



f^ 






x^ 



6 

3 










j}^ $A^XQxoi "— « viT rpWA"-r^*; t^g yiyguLA't^-^' yrATzmJoo.^ 

CUoimI.— 9 5ir Bobert Thomlv WilK>ii/ Comet, Apr. 1794; Xt«tt^. 31 Od. 



^ Slk&ul)r, 10^ MJIjar^Qm. 4Juiie,13; Litut.^Qth. :^7M«y,2d; 69^01. 23 Nov. 
>'i4l7 i^^Mdlh HUflWrt, 99 Dec 36. 



XtCTi^.-CW0fi«2f.— 9 Lovell Be^atmin Jjvrell,* KH. Cditie^ PIS Dec. 06; 
'^tlUetie;piO May> OSyXVi^ii^Pld Dee. 11 ; Hf Modify Jfi#or, 91 Jbs. 19; JKm^I.- 

On^, V99 Oe& 94 ; Xiai^^CoJ. p9I Kor. 2d ; Cof. 29 Voj. 41 . 
066igie WUUam ISitf, Carnetf p5 July, 31 *, Uemt, ^ Av^ 83; Cdpt. P16 
. < 1to^l97 ; Mi^, p14 Jtme; 49 ; LUni.'^CoL 9 Febi 47; 
JB^'oM.— acny Boiid,^ C»^ii€ly p26 May, 09; Limi. 1 Marehy 11 ; Oitp#.P6 

May, 24 ; Brevet'Mqjor, 99 June, 39 $ ilfiiror, 24 Nor. 43. . 
l||eftaeI<W(IlIa» Bmilb, JBn$. 10 Nov. 30 ; Luut. P91 Fefai 94 } Capt. p99 Apr. 



39; 3f<tfgr, 9 Feb. 47. 



CA^Alirs: 



Cbarlea^. T« Heckerw « . . P90 Aug. 96 



f < 



16 

13 

11 

9 

9 

9 

14 

9 

9 



fi rt 



"V 



Oswaldiaanu Blaohfcvd 
Richard Kaqx* — **^***. 
John Bttucci Pilgrim. » * . . 
Francis 'Wopdley Harm 
Richard ipranoia Poobb . . 

John BmtU 

Octaviua George Penott 
Thomaa^. Kemey 



Et^tTTBNJlKTS. 

f ,D*OniiieuxYon Strong * 



■•••»•• 



& John Macartney . 

9' t}eor|[e Home, atffutant 

.(^ wHenry. Keown 

-0 I Joaepb Clayton Jennims* 
i lewis B^Iward NohuiyltM. 

•i', tOh ilenry Brett *» • • 

9 Tho. A. Crawley^ #. 

phariesBm 

Hanryltt^ 



COfclfBT. I.IBUT. 



iP 6 Dec. 97 
P88 June 91 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P81 Aug. 32 
P22 Jal7i4 
P 10 Oct. 34 
96 May 27 
its Jan. 37 



P 8 Jan. 28 



PldSept.31 P lAng. 94 



90 Apt. 34 
P 16 Sept. 37 
p 6 6ep^3d 



P 3 Pec. 26 . 7 July 43 



^ 

•t)* 



P 11 Nov. 28 
P 27 Sept. 83 
9 19 June 86 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P 8 Feb. 30 
P16 Mar. 39 
P21 June 30 
19 Dec. 34 
P29 NoY^ 39 
^19 Oct 39 
Jas. L. BandVB I^imsdaina 9 22 Apiil 42 



• • • *i 



.*« t ► 



..... 



7 

6 V V iCbarlesWalpoIcHinxman 

6* )o-0 Oeorge Stoney Swinn^y 

6* •••<>• HbrtceTrower 

6, »,4).rJobn Clancy 

6 '-O' Jamaa Boyd Miller 

4:\ 

4- - .vO«|JKbmnid Rnclc Kcene 

'COBN'BtS. 

4;, '^"U' :trilt^ Cla^ltson 

4^- O* JUwasd. Colston 

6" ^ "6 'Htory John Wale 

3, I .49 i iTI|MPa..ConQUjr Pakenham 
^.f niO' ^eofffft BiVs 



0^ Oust; Adblphus Ilartman 
A ^nViBMa Vaall Grectham 



P 14 Apr. 
11 Oct 
8 May 



37 
32 
40 



CAPTAIK. 



2 JwAeaO 



9 Mar. 42 
P 14 June 42 
P 19 Aug, 42 



9 Feb. 46 
9 Feb. 47 
3 Sept. 47 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



Nov. 46 



1" riy; ;5;Hiram;Beiinett 

1." i(i4li< 




_ Airoea/H. D'Arcy Button 
'^'^ftideiieli Wm. Goldlpap 




S6 0cU 42 
P14Jnno42 
9a0Aug4 42 
P28Jipp. 42 
f 7 July; 43 
P 10. May 44 
P^X May 44 
P20 Dec. 44 

20 Aug. 44 

P 6 Sept. 43 

20 Juzie 46 

26 June 40 

7 Mf7 47 

f 2 July 47 

P30july 47 



17 Apr. 34 
P 19 Dec. 34 
P28 Aug. 38 
P20Mar. 39 

18 June 41 
P 19 June 41 
PU Feb. 42 

9 Mar. 42 

1 AprU 43 
P29 July 44 

9 Feb. 46 

P30May 46 

12 Apr. 46 

8 Apr. 46 
P28 Sept. 46 

7 Jan. 47 
, 9 Feb. 47 
paOJuly 47 
p 24 Dec. 47 

& Litnt Von 



Mtmd ai tli« 



I Col«nil LotMU 
Ukinf of Moote Video 
Sen. Addtmoty In IS07t flxi 
S««nUrl* tte 

lh« iMMlM «C Tslnrrv the Cos, 
Dutaco, Pncnlet d'Onor (woondcd), 
Sslttnttte*, VMatlmt «to Pjicnee*, 

Nivf, ontm. aid T«tioMe ; atttew 
or ■Unnlabcs near TalMen, 8c«- 
tnlro, V«l de U Viilii, I« Mmtcs. 
Frelxedk, Oawda, Ootaa^n, Vall*. 
IVntetf* 8Mt>. P«a*«l« Bfldliiha, 
lliimd* de Conro, Co«» Oalllgo*, 
Nave df Ater. EBt4|m, nr» fvtnitu 
d^OM«v LiMiraa. mu lilrtwao. 
Si. CMstova), tkmiM, CMftilte, 
FopcMtiD, Ma<}lU. at Bi 



FopcMBD, Ma<»iia. at nunoa* ' 
Muirt*. PwtavAtOUk, V«ltf •• S 
PaasoT Ittra* UnCBaT AMta 
HaipMRB, Belite. Chvaia. Aauve- 
trm, St.' Gladle. Buelho, Garlln. 
San RottiBi-IMat,«M»tcncnl i«tiow. 
ftety ntw* •cllan* or aUiMlalMB. 
^ida alUaidiiv »evcn akfct i aad 
waa at tht >l^f of Optofldk betsf oae 
ofttM Hlliiary a*V««1cnMid«r Lerd 
Wm. awaeU. 
Strenc Mrrrd with the )3th Light 
hfkmrjr it AflifhaiiUiaii. and was prMmt at both attadia 
an <»unM«, and far whteli Sa hw» wmhtA the Madal. 
< Llattt. Jtwnjp* n*«ed aa a captain in tha lata 
, AiHt^O'Spanitb l<«f ion. and was present In crtry aetiea 
M fanpoftiiiet/ dwittg thai wfftc*. etferyt af that on tba 
itoMar. isas. BaiuaraBalttdiliadaeovaUoaorSaa 
iFcfmndo. aad, a lacdal far <*« Mano aaA aaftera af 
IruiC 
' t Dr. MoaataairetMH the Bfartiaaa wart 



p94 Dec. 47 
Paynuuter.—Jwnaes GusUvus HaniiUon^Ho1m«ay247sb.t97 ; JShu ^ |ll Junej30; 

Xietf^ 2 Aug. 39^ 
Adl§utant, — Lieut. George Ilornc, 1 April, 43. 
Qiwrfa'!*ifl£rt«<«r.-^WiUiam Dct«on,*^ I.Nov. 36» 
5i«r^«m,— Jas*. Mooa;t/. M-O. 16 Feb 27 j Anut.-Surff. 1 OcU 12i JZiof7».* 

^sKMi-lO^iuly^ 12.. 
j4j*is*anf-iS^ttra«m*.— Joseph Jee,, 15 April 42w ■ ' . 

Jas. Richard Moline,'* 7 Oct. 42. 1 • hhui^Agents, Messrs. 
e«<af4MH« AiiVM«.*<-/nwiBas )^ttrford» 26 Jan. 3^^ ( CoZifrGo^ 

liSTTilwwMfil inFlaaden and Uo11aq«Ui17B9^4, andA;ia Uio ««beUi<Ni4n ItalndialTOe; 
fvITM^ Sfte :SarailMl eaflifftigB of 1801 ( taptme of tbft Giq^ DC Ctood Jiofwia 1806 « salaad Mitf 

IkriSMimtiksafht^bm la iaM«^ ia«piiiB aod Borti«aL - ScttaAMrcnl eunpaiftis villi tin 

WTrfiBfftTirlii'niaih. rirfTT-*! Gtomsarf aDdPnae*^ adi uriUi thf AMlrian amqr is iS ' 

S l^»«Sa«taMtetaoink Sik Ora. ai4te«aUnaar^MiiarMCMh laaaiat laia thmasaoMiha. 
af ISt7 aad IS. Jfo.tw Blrtf)it-i4iaihe UMi JLt. Dv» at Ilia atesa and aafrtwa of Bkaiiasart to ISSS-a ^^^ 
SM TTniiiii'ill ftftSai^Haa ■H^thifwrif nmlnr ftr Oaa. P)aUaek« and waa pctaaat at tha faretef af tha Khikw 
!■ iiSlliMMIIIlH IflkllM adaaov fC th|i vmj oa Cabool > also amnnaadad tha Sfav Onaid on thsra diAieat^aai 
•«^ril9s fMPVft ^*'*?^ '^ iMdMUatk^ aaa.^aly cQtvradand protected Uke ^hala ot tha baf«at« «< <^ •n■^ 
awaaiaadli^ llis imiiliil irTailri nfru rrr-y - . .^ <^ 

S Qmiim Maalai Bitsnn aar^d.^ tke alegc aod emtan •f Bbntlpanv (n ISSft and M. 




««*.« aif*h»aita enkmirr. and waa 



The ^ PRbsSiy iAGLB''-"DOURO"-'*TALArBKA*-«FUBirT58 jyO^OW'^' , 
" SALAldANCA"— ^'TITTOBIA"— " ORTHES'*— '^PBKnifi^LA." 

a Ol .Sir Bdwnd KerrfMm, .B«ft.^ KCB. it GGH. OmivI » W JiiM, iMi 

UmL 1 Feb. 9d; Ca^<. 16 Oct. 9d; Af<|^. 19 Mi^, 1808.; J4ma,^(M. 

4 April, 06 ; Col. i Jane, 13 : Jlfq/or-GTatt* IS Aug* 10; XI«til^C?<fi»: 10 jmr ■ 

37 ; Col. 14th Light Dragoons, 18 Jvne, 30, V • . 

£Mue^Ckifoiwii.«-9 m Wm. UftireUeV KU. .£^ IS Mjv l^i «&iMi|. IS 

May.lS: Caiitf.PlOFebL 18; Afiyor^PSl Dec. 90; £iMit.-€oi.aOJlpril,41. 
Bdward Harvey,* CofiM«, v S4 Mar. S5; JU.P4Hay»9e; Cajff: p IS Ott. 90 ; 

Afffior, 30 ApriL 41 ; Braet LUmi.*Coi. 31 Doc 41 ; JUa*Cpl. S» April, 45. 
Af4;*arJW«ku WalhMO Kinff, GorMr, pS4 Mmh» 86; JUiitfl.PM Mk S|S;. 

Cap^ P88 Dee. 3S ; Mtffatf p 14 Manta, 46. 
Henry £dw«d Doberty, Cwntt, p81 Doc. 83; Xieiii. p 16 Jnlyae; C0ft. i»^7 , 

May 89; Afq/or, pSS Oct, 47. | 



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PdOJuly 86 

S4 April 88 
File July 89 
P15 June80 
P99 May 85 
P 17 Aug. 88 

P 27 July 26 
P27 Apr. 62 
P 3 July 85 
P24Har.87 



Captaiko. 

Charles Steuart I 10 Deo. 25 

George Gardtne Shew* . . p80 May 11 
Arch. Edwanl Bromwicli 
Geo. K. Massy Dawton 
Wm. darkoi Qrar. tssep. S7 
John Heskcth Goddard. 

William Wilraei* 

Arthur Bcudamore^ . . . 
Wm. Augustus Gausson 

LZBUTBNAIITS. 

James Chambre 

Frederick Holdci* 

Richard Herbert Gall . . 

Jn. Forster FltsGerald ^ . . 

John Augustus Todd,^r. I p 28 Apr. 87 

Rich. Buckley Prettcjohn} p ilS Feb. 38 



LISUT. 



P 5M>. 29 
21 Dec. 18 
12 Aug. 29 

p 6 Nor. 40 
4 Jan. 41 

Pl51an. 41 
11 Apr. 38 

.18 Feb. 88 
8 Apr. 42 



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P 9Kot. 86 
81 May 80 
80 KoT.^9 
^2&Kor.42 
P25K0T.42 
P 16 May 45 
P81 Dec.39j 
P22 0ct 47 
p 1 Oct. 471 



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Charles Wm. Thompson* 

Wm. VetUeship'* 

Robert Johnston Brown 
Richard P. Apthorp,#M(f 
WiUiam M'Mahon, «.. . . 

William Greenham 

Robert Townly Woodman 
Arthur Need .. 
WnUam BngUiAi 
James WenUTorth Bennett 
John Theodore Ling . . . .^ P 



P26Feb. 86 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
P30 Apr. 41 
P26iroT. 42 
27 Aug. 41 
P25 Apr. 45 



P 12 Feb. 29 

p22Jnly 861 

7 Deo. 38 

91 May 88 

Pl4Jmiod9 

Pl8 0et. 89 

P 17 Jan. 40 

P25Nor.42 

P 16 May 45 

6 Nor. 46 

P 6 Nov. 46 

11 Dec, 46 

19 Feb. 47 



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t^ PiMsiaU turn J«te MIS If 0i# 

mate&Mnfx tii'mi. tetudfeis 
ik« MMte •r aunea SiWrf« a* 

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weaadcd at Qualrc Bra^ 
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Taylor Lambard Mayne 
Herbert Bdwards .... 

CORITBTS. 

Thomas Barrett jPll Dec 



p 13 Oct. 89 P17 Jttne^ 

Pl6»Uy 46 '28A|>r.47 

P 1 May 46|P25June47 

4 Apr. 46|>' 9 Apr. 47 

6 Aug. 4ri^ 90 Dec 42 



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Samuel Kerr Ibbetson . . ' p 19 Feb. 47 ; 
Augustus John Cureton . . | 2 Mar. 47 ' 
Wm. Dundaa Boyd .... P23Mar.47^ 
Hon, Rich. W. Chefwynd' 23 April 47 
WiUiam SpUUpg p25 June47 



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( ba «aa Mmt^ «o«*fc«| ta lh» k|»«|iAll» I 

P^mMttr.-^l^ 8am% lUife,» 8 Sept. 19.' ' ^ 

A^fvittni.—LietU, R. Pretyman Apthorp, 25 Nov. 42. 

^tfr^son.— Archibald Stewart,** 12 Feb. 47 ; Attkt.'^Swg* l9 FMi: 864 
' ilfftffanf-^icrirepfif.-'Bdward Wm. Stone, M.t). 5 Octl 36. " 

{ Robert Bridgeman Wigstrom, 23 May, 4&. 

! Veterinary Surgeon. — J. G. PhiI}pSj26 A^ug. 86. 

mne^F0einff$ Scarlet.-— jl^r, Messrs. Cox A: Co. 
I Sir EdtnwS K«fvkMi terrcd at tte Hddtr la ITOS; lMliiii«r «ha faaUlst of thi IMh ««pr,4l alM (Kh 
Oct. Ciinpaifa of 180a.9 In Sfala, Dttd«r Sir Jota Sothw iaofaidtaf tte halite of 
the 9tli HoftMrato llw ompalfna of ISia. I^UMIIA, aaS wm praMtt M tlw tattlM of 
)oo. tor wMch Iw hat neafvcdmdala. Sir IM«u« wm mvvmIj »i—Ad<liig aimhSf lag 
plAOM) InSpoin, as Ite«.lsSS;«ndaliglrtlj vwoddd at Walt fen , whart ha had abo a ftonaabstai 

7 Oapt. aiMdMMM«,and Uaata. PltiOaaftlS, and Todi Mrfadvltk tindtli Ugbi DfafooMdatiag 4 
palfa la Afl|rl>Mbua aadar Loid Kmdv, and wtfv paMtntat tkaftiafaMid aapkara of Oto aM— >■ 

la UMt. >ietll«»htp wfired m a Captain In Iha Anflo-8paal«h Lcgtoa, daHar iIm yMVa Mm 9^ 
and WM prcSMi as tba Mllar of BUboa, optraitoM oa tha naMta df ArtabM ht Atera, Mlh, ItilNi 
Jaa.l836i Mtloo ta»M flan g a h M f I an , Slh Maj ; aetfoa en tha AnNHa H«l|lic^ lOtft.; oMtddsoifSraS" 
lutb, 19th, 14th, Iftth, and 10th March, 18S7; tlcgf oflnia, and varioM iklnnbhM. • ** 

lSPayMaalMRo«iMrTadlntlia]>«ilssttlafhMaOct.imiothaaodoftlM var. ' "'*\r,' 

if.m&9tr»f*irfdjvttkths MiLaac«rt ta Ule caapaHn on aiaBatlal lAl84«.aiid vis wiMiriiM * 




CM^fiel.— 9 5tr Bobert Thomu Wiltoii/ Comet, Apr. 1794; Xtcii^ 31 Od. 
r M't^'O^fc.^Vl M>ti^j Jfi^v2SJiiA»,180&; £MK«^GoC.S7^Pcb.Oft; Col. 

•^ Slk&iilir,lO^ 'M^ar-Oem. 4Jiuie, 13; LUut.-Oeh. S^ Mmy^^; Qen. 28 Nov. 



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417 C^L 16lh Uiiamiy M Dec. 36. 



Ojewtf;'!^ May, 08vCa]»^k>ld Dee. 11 ; Sj^ioM^Mk^&Tyftl Jbs« l»; J{^{.- 
Mirt^,i»980ed 34; lAeut^CoL P3t Nor. 2d; Cof. 23 Voy. 41. 
Oeeigie WUlialm Key, C^^rnvf, p5 ^uly^ 31 ; Uemt, 25 Ai^. 88; C^. »16 
< 1to^t;97 ; Mtjor, p14 Jtme, 4»; i;i«iil.i>Cb2. 9 Febi 47: 
JBq^oM.— Bcny Bond/ C^hui^ 1^23 May^ 09; Xt<a#. 1 Mareh, 11 ; CupUvQ 

May, 24 ; Brevet-JUqjor^ 23 June, S3 } ilff^» 24 Nor. 43. 
Mltftael Vtniia Bmilb, JBr». 10 Nov. 30 ; LUut. P21 Feb. 94 ; Capt. P33 Apr. 



89; 3f<ygr, 9 Feb. 47. 



CjL^TAnrs. 



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OswaldsJSfiin. Blaohfivd 
Bicbard Kaox •«'-•«'*•>• 
John BoQce Pilgiinub « . . 
Fnuicii'tToodley Harm 
Bicbard frmkoU Poobb . . 
John Bo^t«. ...... ...*».. 

Octavius George Penott 
Thomafr^. Kemey 



COfclfBT. 



IP 6 Dee. 27 
P28June31 
P 4 Dec« 32 
i^31 Aug. 32 
P22 Ja1y24 
« 10 Oct. 34 
26 Hay 27 
2)7 Jan. 37 



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P 8 Jan. 28 

P 18 Sept. 31 

20 Apr. 34 

P16Sept.37 

P 6dep|.38 

P 3 Pec. 25 

P 14 Apr. 37 

11 Oct 32 

8 May 40 



PnKor.28 17 Apr. 34 
P27Sept.8S PlQDec. 34 



9 19 June 85 



;. j9 |,f .T>*QrmleuxYon Strong ' 
John ilacartoey . tf ..%... .4 
Omi^ Honic, mffutant 
.Aeniy Keown. .,....««.. 
Joieph' Clayton JennynB* 
lewu Edward NoUuiyItH» 
ilenry Brett 
Tho. A. Crawley^ #. 

IpharleiBUl 

iQotfyltt^ 

'tl't Jtt. L. SfindyB lAimidaine|f 22 April 42 



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Oeerge Stoney Swiniiry 
Hbrdce Trower 



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26 Oct. 42 
P14June42 
9aOAag4 42 
P22Jipr. 42 
f 7 July. 43 
P 10. May 44 
P^ai May 44 
P20 Dec. 44 

20 Aug. 44 

P 6 Sept. 43 

20 Jane 45 

26 June 40 

7Mf7 47 

P 2 Jriy 47 



(/H» D'Arcy Button p 30 July 47 



Jy Qnst: Adol^us Hartman 
i .it^mianv Veall Grectham 
0* Maraud Ruck Kcene . . 

. COBXBTS. 

ftf . ;.tf alter Cla^kson 

^O-^ .Bdwasd Colston .%..••«. 

Bfory John \rale 

,i;^.^ConoUy Pakenbam 

^eoffffeBiVt 

Ifittn) 'Bennett 



^ 8 Feb. 39 
PiaMar»89 
P^l June 39 
19 Dec. 34 
P29 NoY. 39 
P 18 Oct 39 



P28 Aug. 38 



P22 Aug. 37 P29 Mar. 39 

18 June 41 

P 19 June 41 



CAPTAIN. 



2 JuAe39 
p 1 Aug. 94 

9 Mar. 42 

P 14 June 42 

P 19 Aug, 42 

7 July 43 

9 Feb. 45 

Feb. 47 

3 Sept. 47 



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p24 Dec. 47 



I Col«ntl LotMU 

Ukinf of Monte Video 

9mm. Attclmutjr In IM7. aid 

^■«nUr M ttae PmI 

Ih* ImHUm of Tatawn, the Cos, 

BuMhco, Puentet d'Onor (wounded), 

Salanttte*. VIMoMa, Ifcv Pjicncec, 

NiW. OftfM. «aa TotioiMe ; MtioM 

^ or Aklnniabcs nutt TalMfn, 8c«- 

»11 Poh i9|"»l'o» V«l de U Vula, Lm Mmvt, 
1^1.1. reu. »* pr,i»e<K Oowdlk, Oola%ra. Tall*. 
VWiMtad* HertE. Pcii*«|« Bfldliiha, 
MinvvU de Conro, Co*. OaUlgo*, 
Nare df Aver, EBt4|m, «t» Ftocntea 
d^OM«v LiMiraa* nuff lala^maca. 
SI. Ciwistoir*), Ruida.. GaifirlUaB, 
FovrMtin, MalylU. at Bunoa, 
Huarto, PaaopAuila, r«ltf la 
PaaaoT lttra.lAiiCMrAtafeo. Cambo, 
Ha«|«nMi, Jlrlik. CtaMia, flauve- 
ttntt St Gladk. Buelho, OarUH. 



9 Mar. 42 

1 AprU 43 
p 29 July 44 

9 Feb. 45 

P 30 May 46 

* 12 Apr. 46 

8 Apr. 46 
i'2d Sept. 45 

^ 7 Jnn. 47 iitety ntMB adimif «r •UfMlalMi. 
Feb. 47 %«»id49a«eodii«»cvcB«kccf| awl 
»aO Tnlv Al waa »t «»« ri«f e o' Oport*. t«tot «•• 
K,WJUiy 'fti offlb* HIIMary aapartanudtfr Letd 
p 24 Dec. 47 w«. Bim^u. 

6. Lttat. Von Streof lenrrd with th« )3th Light 
' ttttatrj Uk Aflirhaaikiaii. and **> prMcttt *1 both attadia 
an <ttumM, and far whlaM ba baa ModvaA- tiw Hadal. 

<' Lteut. Jcanyna n*«ed as a «ap(ala in tb« lata 

Ar^' Spanish L.«f ion. and was preamt in crery actlOB 

^bf linpoitaWdorinr that wrfitt, nfevyt aftfiM on the 

Jb^ Mar. Itas. BaiiBM rawlteil *r deaot«Uaa of San 

Fetmndo. a«d, * ipedal far tlic atptm and «■»«»• af 

f ruflu 

t -Dr. MovfltaarretMH «lie Biir«Maa wan 



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Paymaster.— jRmea Gusta vus HaipiUon Ho1mea»24 Feb..37 ; Sm» 1* 111 June« 30 ; 

Lieut. 2 Aug. 99^ 
Adjutant. — Lieut. George Home, 1 April, 43. 
Qiwr^4K'iac<?«^.-^WiUiamBet8an,*^l Nov*35. ^ 

5ur^«m.— Ja^.Mooa;t,' M*I>. 15 Feb. 27; Amet.-Surg. 1 Oct* 12; Hd>ip.* 

^iiiMaO^wly^ 12a 
ilj*M*an*-5wra«m*.— Joseph Jee, 15 April 42w ■, . - • i . 

. .. Ja».JUcharaMoliiio/'70ct42. I BhAe--f-i4^«i/#, Messri. 
Sefat^Miy AirMe«tf?*-/nioinw i^urfo^ I Coz&G*^ 

.jMirUMBwrted in Flaadm and UoUaod in 3798^ 4, and A( in tho c«beUloBin iNlndin 1906; 
fvITM^tfteiSarailMiflMafaigBof lae^t imptawof tbftGiq^ot€toadi|op»iDl806) salMdand 
itftra-rttotatm^L^fiTO to 18e»«^ • *a*l>ida an* IN»*t«^l. ' 8«ri^«BT^ 

4, Gtomluir, amlFniaed^ ntk tdth tlif AMlrifea amqr ia Mil^ 
Aik Ort.'M4te«iUna^^«iM MCMik iaMM.» lai* thmvgHoM IteMiAi 




«ntt7 Md It. Jfoim^Hnit.i4*lhc U<i^ U. Dv» at tti»atea» and aapturc of Bktiitvor* In ISSfr-a 

SM m Ifca jiaes II ftliiidma IH> ^" i "—rr i-*-- ftr Ot«, P)aUo«k« and wa* pctaaat at tk« laidnf af tlia Khikw 

!■ -tttWflMirrPf tanHM a«i|Mt fif th|i ana^ aa Cabool > aim omnvandBd tha Raav Oqaid on tbsca diffaicat-oi 

ifN fMPV ft^^?**?^ M^ 4Ri*»U««>^ M>t. «»f«ll c9Tvrad and pratrded iJtc ^1m4» o( tha batfata oC tte anny, 
*^ ' attaeka 4MI the cnan J. 
i Qmiim Maalai Bitinn in^Tif.if tW «ieg« and emhinafBburtporiw In I9lft«adH. 



67 



l42 l6ih(The Queen's) B^. o/LL D rag. {Lancers). [7 

*«TALAVEBA»— <»F!TENTBS IWKOir— "SALAMANCA"— "VITTORU"-^ KIVB" 
« PBKIWSULA"— « WATEBLOO" — « BHURTPORB" — « AFFOHANISTAIf "— 

• ^^^MbtSHsar-^^ mah aka^pobb."-^* aw wau-— ** bo»ba(Wi.» ^ 

ColcmeL— 9 ffll 5ir John Ormsby Vandeleur,* GC^. J&iw. 2fl Deo. 1781 j X/i 
21 Julv, 83; Cflp*. 7 Mar. 08; Mqfor, 1 Mar. 94; JUac^.-CoI. 1 Jan. 98; CoL 
26 Apr. 1808: M^for-Gen. 4 June, 11; Zieut.-Oen. 19 July, il; OmuS^ 
June 88 ; CM. l6th Lanco^ 18 Jmw 80. 

ii«rf.- Catoae?.— John Rowland Smyth, CB.,« Comet, p6 July, 81; ZinU. pSS 
May, 26; Cap*. P22 April, 26; Mqfar, P17 Aug. 41; Br€vet'U.-CQL 19 
Jane, 46; Xi««*.-Co/. p 10 Dec. 47. . 

Afqjor#,— Thomas Hooke Pcanon/ Cor>i«#, p14 Mar. 26; XSctil. Pi Aug. 26; 
Capt. P 16 Aug. 81 ; JBrev.-Mrfar, 19 ^une, 48; Mt^ifr, p 28 Awril« 47. 

George O'Halloran Gavin,* Comet, p18N«y. 87; Lt, pU Got. 89; C^. p88 
May 87 ; Mqjor, 9 10 Dec 47. 



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jAwrence Fylex* 

John Henry Tonge 

Thomas Pattle^ 

Kinffsmill Manley Powei* 

Erole Warrinef 

Charles John Foster*. . . . 

LlBUTBNAKTS. 

Tho. FoUlott Powell*. . . . 
Patrick Dynon,* adlfHtant 

Edward Shelley 

Fred. Loftus Dashwood. . 
Walter Boott Lockbcrt 

Scott 

Tho. Rob, Chas. DImsdale 

James Ck>ster 

Richard HeaTlside 

Jas. G. Archer Burton*^ 

CORKETS. 

WilUam Thomas Diokson 
Thomas Woolaston Wh(te 
Francia William Grant . . 
Martin Itlsbee, R.M 



jP 7 Sept. 2P 
P 29 Apr. 36 
PIS June 84 
P 24 Feb. 87 
P 2 Not. 38 
P 8 Apr* 86 



CORNBT. 



LIBITT. 



PlOJuly 28 
' a June 88 
P28 Dec. 86 
P 17 Aug. 88 
P 18 July 41 
91 Dee. 88 



P27 May 87 
29 May 39 

P 6 Dec. 441 
81 Mar. 46 

I 1 Apr. 46 

Pl9May 46 
P 1 May 41 
P 16 Feb. 44 
P27 May 48 



Pl6AprH41 

16 June 42 

8 Apr. 46 

p^Apr^ 47 

p % May 47 

P 2 July 47 

P2^ Apr. 46 

80 Apr. 47 

Pl6May 46 



OAPTAlW. 

P 7 Feb. 84 
P80Apr.' 4 
P 7 May 4 
P84N«r.4 
P 1 May 
« 10 Dec^ € 



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P 7 May 47. 

P 2 July 47 1 • . 

8 Oct. 47 i 
PoyiftfUfvr.— George Frederick Rosier,** 98 Majr» 47 ; Stit, 20 Aug. 86. 
A^utant.-^Lieut, Patrick Dynon,* 12 Dec. 80. 
Quartet^Jkfatter, — George Lamb, 4 Jnne, 47. 

i9t<r4wm.— Arthur Wood,*^ 21 Aug. 40; A.^8. 19 Not. 26; ff,'A.t2 Dee. 8&. 
il<mf.-5iirpe(m.— Usher Williamson Brans, M.D. 8 Apr. 46. 
Veterinary Surgeoru — John Kingrtey, 529 March 89« 

Scarlet — Facing$ BIue.-*yl^«rtl9, Mesart. Cbx & Ca 
[Returned ftotn Bengal. IMc. 1848.] 

sir J«ta VtmMum anwtd od tb« PoaSteat nadtr th* DuIm tf Tiwfc. la HM wd fli liMftadl«c Iht latttaa •T A« Si m« 
Mar, aad lit ioaet bMMct wvwml miaor attain, Coamundcd • brifade ot Carslry ta la 
prcMsl at Um battiM of LatwaiTM, rultjirbur* aad Afsnlgbur ; and the tivgca of Agts and 
kllcada la Ow caovaiga* oT ISll. IS, Vk IK and !&» and «a« prn^t at tba jtaH ^ Cltt4ad aadr|r« (w< 
Mt dtvlatM 16 tha braaeh% aad baUlM of Salamanca, Vitteria, NItc, and Waterloo, Ibr wfaleh ba bai 

S LUak CoL Soaylh atrrad wiib tha 16«h Laaeen at Cba aitf of Bbartpore, ander Lard CoMbat —r a. Ua waa 
with llM Mag%. la Iba aattoa of Mabaaiiparc, S9 Dae. 4S i and in the cmnpaign oa tha SpUti \n IS4I. i a^ u aia t Iba 
koddlvalaad AHiral. fa the laA of «hieb ba comntnded tb« Rcrt. lintil fcarefelf WoooAea la tWlb^libraMi 
vblift ahaiiiaf Cbc a*tai7*a taifaaliy aad fvna 

4 M^or Pcanoo aerrcd at tba tirfr oT Bbnrtpore, and vaa a Tolaotacr For tha dlnaoaatCd eiraltV rfararii 
lervtd alM in tha aethm at Mabaratporr. S9 Dm. IS43. (MfOdail, and l» «ia c^ppMfA'aa UMSiid«).in ISM, 
battles of Buddlwal. Allwal, and Si>braon : at Aliwal he eonuaaadrd the right wing of the ISCh t ih'am^ aad 
ttw tafft.. aa alea a« Sobraoa. 

ft M^or Gavin, Captain Foatrr, Liaota. Powell and Pjmaa scnrcd the cainpaigp la Affklt*"l*ft» ^f^ lJ»e Bi 
lbailcffeaadeaptai»orohnxBec(Mcdal). Tbey wcrraltopretcat in the action at ItaharaJporr.Sth Deo. lS«(lladal>. 
Porter and Lt. Djnon lerrad alao In tb« battle* ei Buddhval, AUval. tfid Sebrwn. C^ 
to Brigadlar Curaum at AllwaL 

5 Uaiot Pjrlar eerTod with tha Ifth Leaeen durlag tha campaifn la Afl)|haal*taa BDder Lard 
aad eapCara of Ghasafc ( Medal). Alto at tlia baltia el Maharajpore ( Medal) » Dec. 1S41, and la 
la IS48, taeludinff the baitlvt of Boddiwal and AUaral. at which Uat ba araa Mrercly eiiaadiit by a 
•karilaf a haiif «# lattatrj. 

S Oapc Power aerrad with the 9th LaBOcn la the battle of Ponnlar ( Medal). Alio la the eaipai^ wm Ika SMk9 is tMI« 
lacli^lncthabauieofSahraBa(Mcilal). ' 

lOi Lieut. Barton Mrred tb« aaaipalcn oa the Sattej (nMdal) vhh the Sri LI. DvafoaM, aad waa paMaaa al llw bMka 
ar Maaikaa, Pbi oae ehah, aa4 Sebnoa. 

waa preant at tha alfge tad eapiinc of Bhaartpore, la IBIS S. Va Mrvfil vfa Ika aa^ tf ^ 
la isas aaa SS> and waa inaieBi al tha eaplnw af OhMMt CbertiQ. Ba wh ^m peMHt 
. SSih Daa. ISIS. (Hodal)i aad ate at Baiiiiaal. AUwal. mm 
iMh *• SSb LMMn la aw anvafSB «■ Mm SBtl4 ta iSM^aai 
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10 

88 

3 
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mt Jiosal Hi^inmf Prime George W. F. C. qf Ctmbridge, KQ. OGMO. 
CoUmelf 3 Nor. 37 ; Mttfar^Qen, 7 May» 45 ; Colon<a of the I7th Luieen, 86 
April, 42. 

Metihew C. D. 6t Qufaititi, Siul X<«tt^. '88 Jnne, 80; Limt, p$ Jan. 84; Ca;»<. 
P9 Not. 80; Jr<Kfor; p 16 ApHl, 37; Lieut.-Col '31 Dec. 39. 

Mq/or, 

FrttteSiBiirdett.ConMi^,Pl8April,34; Zietf^.PU April|37; Cop^i'SlMaj, 
41; ilf<{;0r,P27 Jane|45. 



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18 





12 





9 





8 





a 





6 





10 





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CAPYAINa. 

JoHb D«vy Brett 
Aug. Saltren Willett .... 
Abraham Hamilton . . 
Bcoary Boxby Beasoa 
Charlea WUfiam Milee 

Tlibniaa Lyon 

LiatjTXirAKTa. 
J. Elphint. Fleeming,a4f. 
Edw.C.AmemanHaworUi 
Richard DooglasBayLaDe 
William Ince Anderton.. 

William Horrii* 

JohBCharletWattsRufAeU 
Philip John Wm. Miles . . 
W. Wyndham Codrington 

CORNSTS. 

Wm. H. Kennedy Snkine 
Howard St. George, R.M. 
Atoaader Campbell 
William Fred. Webb 
Robert White 



COKVET. 



4 Mar. 86 
9Decu 86 
1 Not. 39 

31 Jan. 40 
4 Sept 40 

22 April 48 

24 Mar. 38 
31 Mar. 43 
10 Not. 43 
18 July 44 

18 June 48 

10 Jan. 46 

27 June 46 
26 Sept 46 

28 Not. 45 

19 June 46 
7 May 47 

11 Jnne 47 
16 Get 47 



I.XBI7T. 



P 1 Mar, 30 
P31 Dec. 39 
P 21 May 41 
P16 April 42 
p 14 Jane 48 
P 10 Nov. 43 

P86NOT. 41 
P 10 Jan. 43 
P 27 June 46 
P 28 Not. 46 
14 May 46 
P 7 May 47 
Pll Jiine47 
P16 Oct 47 



CAriAJir, 



P 16 April 43 
P 14 June 43 
P 10 Jan. 46 
P87 Junft46 
p 7 May 47 
P16 Get 47 



BRBTBT- 
VA/OB. 











P^^^moKvr.-— John Stepheneon, 30 Apr. 47; C&r, 10 Feb. 44 ; Zl. 26 Sept 46. 

Aetlutani.^Liewt. John Blphlnstone Fleeming, 19 Feb. 47. 
Qtcar^er-Afo^^m— WUllam Hall, 10 May, 31. 

^ursvon.— James Brown Gibson, M.D. 8Jaly41; i4<fiff.-5urdr. 18 Jan. 89; 
lfofp.-il«ri#^. 14 Dec. 26. 

Aaist.'Surifeon.'^HBnTy Kendall, M.D., 16 Deo. 46. 

Veterinary 6^^Wfi.— WlUiam C. Lord, 86 Jan. 46. 



Bluo-> Fooin^i White. 
A genie f Messrs. Cox k Co.-^Irish Agents, Sir B. R. Borough, Bt», Armit k Co. 

[Returned from the East Indiee^ May, 1888.] 



] LlMt Mofrifl isTT^d with the 10th Lsncen at the tottle of llslisratpof* (mtdal). Alio hi tiM efunpaicn 
OB Oie Mt4 (msdal)^ and wm pment at Baddlwal, Alival (woiuM), tad Sobfwnu 



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85 

86 
87 
84 

•- 

84 
83 



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99 
26 

24 
24 
23 
23 
22 
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90 
10 
18 
18 
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1st (&r Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Cfuards. 144 

«LmOBELB8»-^" 0OftOimA»*i*>»BJjmdaI^>*-^ >glHll80CA''— ^ WATimiiW r-* ' 

fWffnff- .1 

9 m AHhtxt, Buke of Wellington,* KO. GCa ic QCH. Sru. 7 Maodi^ 67; 
lAeut. 25 Dec. 87 ; dapt. 30 Jane, 91 ; ilfq/or, 30 April, 03; £i«ii#r-0»f. 68 
SepL 08; £7of. 3 May, 06; Mqfor-Gen. 29 April, 1802; ^M«itf.-«€ii. f& 
AkU, 08 ; Oen. (in Spain and Portugal) 91 Jnly^ 1 1 ; JUiT Atovtel/Sl JTMe^ 
Id ; OL Grenadier Guards, 22 Jan. i27. 

U/tyt.'ColoneL •- ( 

Jobn Home, .E^. P 19 Jan. 13 ; LieuJt. k, Copt, pQQ Jme^ 16 ; C^pi, St> lAe^'* 
Col. P 10 Maj J 27 ; Mqjor k Col. Pll Sepi. 4/(ki Li^CoL ^6 April, 4&. - 

Mil00r4. ■ . 

1 yQiftCharle8F.BowferI'asceUea,>J?7U.PlO80ptl2;/^teii^.^a^OJi^ 

14 ; Capt, Sc Lt.-Col. P21 Eeb. 26 ; Oil* 23 Nov.41; Af<|^ltCa{.4July43. 

2 Sir Old Ilonyman,* Bart. Corwi, 12 Deo. .11 ; Limd^ ft Cttpi. 4 July, 16 ; 

Capt.k,LietU.'Col. P28 Sept. 30; Mqjor ft Colot^,P9 Odt.46. ' 

3 Qodfroy Thornton, JSm. p20 Jan. 14 ; lAmt. ft. Capt. p 11 OcU 91 yCapi^ Se 

Lieut,-CoL p3 Dec. 30; Col. Nor. 46; Af^'df, P6 Ai^ 47» 

Captains and Lieut.^Colimeh^ 
3 Henry WOliam Barnard, £n#. 9 June, 14; Capi. p 15 Aug. 92^ Capt, ft Xleiil.^ 

Co/. P17 May, 31 ; Col. 9 Not. 4a 
2 PMUi^^peneer Stanhope, Ens. 30 March, 15 ; Lmii. ft Cmpi. f 17 July, 98 ] 

Capt. ft XAeut.'Col. P 16 March, 82 ; Col. Nov. 40. 

1 John Julias Wm. Angerstem, Ens. ft Litui. P9 AprU, 16; lam^. ft Ccqi^ p9 

April, 25 ; Capt. ft Lieut.-CoL p 12 Sept. 34 ; Col. 9 N«v. 4a 

2 Sir John Montagu Bnrgoyne, Bt. Ens. 17 Oct. 16 ; Bns.iL Li^uL 1 Oct. 16 ; 

Xt«ti^.&Oip^P28April,25; Cop^ ft i^.*Col.P 5 June, 85$ Ctft.0NoT.i4a 

3 WUUam Flndyer, Ens.90 Dec. 19; Ens, ft LUiU. p 95 Oct. 91; Lina.>icCapi, 

P 7 July, 25 ; Capt. ft Zieut.-Col. P 8 Doc. 36 ; Col.9 Not. 46. 
9 Jas. Bobertson Ctauiurd, Etu, 14 Jnac, 21 ; Ens, ft Zieut, 1*90 Aug. t2 1 

Xtef^ ft Capt. P 19 Sept. 26 ; Capt. ft Lieut^-^Col. Pl6 Fish. S7« 
3 BIchaid Wm. AateU, Ens. ft Xt^ui. p 90 Jior. 93 ; Xtiwf. ft Capt P13 9«pt» 

27; Ca;7^ftXi«ti/.-Co/. P7 July,88. 
I ThomasWood, Cortatr,Pl6NoT.90: Xtm^.Pl9Janfl93;CVip#.P25 June85) 

Jir0Q.-Af<|/. 98 June 88 ; Cap^. ft Xi^ic/.*C«?. p98 June, 99. 
1 Charles Bagot, 2a<f Lieut. 5 Aug. 94; Ens. Si JAeui. fl4 Fd>.S5,* LinU. 

ft Capt. P 30 Dec 28 ; Capt, ft Xinc^.- Coi. p 15 May ,4a 
9 9 Ernest Frederic Qascoigne,^ i?ii^. 2 May, 11 ; X<^i<. 18 May, 18; Ottpi. 

6 July, 15; Jlfq^,PlO May,95; Li^at.^Col. P8 Jniie,28; Col.23 NoTi4K 

1 John DixOD, £». ft Xi^/. P 10 Dec. 95 ; Lieut, tc Capt. P 1 Dee: 30; CWof. 

ft Lieui.-Col. Pl6 May, 41. 
3 William Thornton, JHR»..ft Xieu/. p8 Apr. 26 ; Xicuf. ft Capt. p3 Dec* 80; 
C«f»#. ft Lieut.'CoL p 8 Juno 41 . 

2 Hon. Francis GrosTenor Hood, Ens. ft Xirtcr. P30 Apr. 97 ; Xteuf. ft Capii 

P81 De«.80; Capi. ft Lieut.-Col. p31 Dec. 41. 
1 Charles William Ridley, JBh«. ft Xwui. p 21 Feb. 98; Ligut. it Capi. P14 Jan^ 
31; Cap^ ft Xteuf.-Co^P 14 July 43. 

3 XToft. Ausnstua Frederick Foley, Ens. ft Lient. p80 Dec 96 ; Liiut* ft CapL 

P 16 Mar. 39 ; Capt, ft Lieut.-CoL p 16 Feb. 44. 
3 Edward Bireh. BeyniirdBon, Ens. p 5 Not. 99; Ens.Sc LittU. i*19 Juacf 30; 

Lieut . ft Capt. P 19 Oct. 32; Capi, ft L%eut,*CoL p 6 April 44. 
1 Hon. Robert Bruce, #. ^nf. ft Xaau^. p 18 June 30; Limt.9LCapt. P92Feb. 

33 ; Capt, tc Lieut.- Col. p 2 Aug. 44. 

1 Joseph Henry Hudson, Ens. ^ Lieut, 6 July, 30 ; Lieui, ft Cfrpi.929 Hot. 

33 ; Capt ft Lima.^Col. p 16 May, 45. 

2 Charles Algernon Lewis, Comd^ p 13 Oct. 95 ; Liemi. p 15 Aug. 98 ; Gkpi. 

P 19 Apr. 33 ; Capt. ft Ueut.-CoL P 30 Doe. 4.^. 

3 Frederick William Hamilton, Ens. ft Lieui. 12 July 81 ; Xfevf. ft Gbp<. 

1 Dec. 86; Capi. ft Lieui,-Col. p3 April, 46. 
9 Eon. Jamas Undsay, Jim. ft Xieu/. p 16 Mar. 32 y Lieui. ii Capi. P% Dloe«96j 
C^. ft Ueui.'CoL p 14 Aug. 4a 

1 Henry Cartwrigbt, Ens. ft Lieui, p 26 July 32 ; Liaui^ Sc CapL P 9 Juae37 i; 

Capi, ft Lieut.-Col. p 2 Oct. 4a 

2 Henry Paalease, Cornel, P 23 June 25; Xieaf. p 20 May 86; Ottrl. f 18 7e(i. 

30 ; Capt. ft Lieut.-Col. 4 Not. 46. 
1 Arthur Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame,' 2d Lieut, p2 Nof.'dO; Lieui: 98 

May 35 ; Capt. p17 Aug. 41 ; Mqjor, p8 Aug. 45 ; Uemi.^OoL PS Not. 4a 
8 Augustus Cox, Ens. Lieui. P97 July 89; XmmI. ft Capi, » 8 Aug. ST; Omi. 

ft Xfn(/.-C#<. p 12 Feb. 47. 
1 Hon. George Gadagan, J5^. ft Xte«^. P99Feb. 88| Xis«e.ft CML P9Jaa. 

88; XJnil, 4 Ct^rt. p6 Aug. 47. 




lit (or Grenadier) Begimeni ifFvoi Gmtde. 14^ 



LixuTs. ktrti CKtukXSn, 



Benry Oeo. Ctnufoyt #. • • * 

H^sfa Andrew Robert HitolieU 

Edward Ooalbum 

Hon. Alex. Gordon 

Henry Tonr^ns D'Aguikr, #. 



fDa» 2]> LT* 

QB X98IGJr. 

> I * 



•' I^BobertCavendiahSiwneerCUiroid 
3 John ArUior LBinbert, a4^mU .... 
1 Hervey Hopwood 

8 Mm Avgustos Udnj^^q^, s)N«v.41. 
1 jEfoi«.Henr7Hughlia]ivertPere7,a47. 

9 John Temple West «.. 

1 Hwn. Henry Townehend Forester . . 

2 George Grey RonA 

SStudholme Brownr]gg,«. .« 

L£dwladG«Wynyttrd, «. ..•! 

2 Edward William Pakenham, 4 

3 Harry Breretos Trelawny 

I JTitm. Richtird W. Penn Cnnon . • « . 

;^9^^^xD l^innto'BawnBeiid Oswald «...• 

I JehnRtetre •.*.•.......- «... 

dvflon. MottlmerWest »... 

S Ral]^ Bradford, tb^jytant 

1 'Miehael Bruce ....i...« 

2 fTon. eharies Hag;h Lladsay ...... 

1 Gha« Lennox Brownlow KaUland, «. 
I'.Xorrf Arthur Hay/ <. 

2 Heniy Bdward Montresof 

3 His Serene Highness, Prinoe William 
: AagQBtua Bdwtetd of Saza Wdmar 
3 Charles Keraeys Kemeys Tyate ..... 






21 8ept* 30 



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WBioir 

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» * • • . 



(X .a fifb* Coutts Undsay, BatU 



V / 



*20 July 
12 May 



32 

37 



ItJan. 99 



PSJune 85 



16 Dec. 40 

1 Jwie 41 
P 10 liov. 88 



OAFTAIV. 



/J 



3 JETon. Henry Aldworth Neville .... 

2 Cli(iiq>bell Mnnro . • • « . . . . 

3 Wnr. Drogo, Viacount MandevUle • . 
2 Jas. Fred. Bodley Cidchton Stuart • • 
1 Hon, Charles Regiaald Pakenbam 

1 RIobardldoyd 

2 Hon. Egremont William Lascelles.. 

V BNaifiMS AMD LiEUTS. 

1 Hon. George Stephens Gough . . . . 

a Jdovd Fredbrick John PltxRoy 

1 John George Cavenditih Bisbrowe . . 



««»*.. 



0^ 1 Heitty Ft edeHck Foneonbyy #. 
2 Ciitlibert George Ellison 
V) *. B Jdm Francis Oust .... 



2r(/ 



2< Beevmofit William Hotham 

% WiHiara Heni^Beeimiontde Honey 
2 George Wentworth Alex. Hijggbiiion 

8\ Auguatua Henry Lease Fox 

1 William Edward Hope Vere ...... 

1 Albert EV^yA Rowley 

2 Herbert Lowtheir Wilson 

ft FVede^k Augustus Thesiger 

2 Hon» Arthur Frederick Egerton . . • « 

2>^J«nte«CarD«gie. 4 •••/.«. 

I James Eyelyn « 

T'd>iiif|^tj8 JNdney BtomM u. 

1 Hon. Edw. M. G. Staart Woflley . . 



\ av^-WiBiam^^niitt&el MorAnt 



3 Charles Vannotten Pole 

.9>AkaEAnder Kinldch 

a J&lwaard'Sheitu-d riumaby . 
|. Johdr IMrld Bezfsaon DaTie 
1 William Gordon Cameron . 

aCkarba Russdl . . . « 

8 Cameron NeriUe Hogge • • • 



P 21 June 8& 
P 4 Oct. 83 
P27 Dec. 38 
P 2 May 34 

20 May 85 
p 6 June 86 
P10 July 86 
P24JuiyB6; 
P 13 Nor. 86 
» 1 Jnly SO 
PldF^b. 87 

23 Feb. 87 
»24Feb. 87 
9 May 35 
P OJan. 38 
V 12 Jan. 88 
P 18 July 38 
P 14 July 88 
P 6Dtec.80 
p 1 M»y 40 
P 12 June 46 
P80Oct. 40 
PldDee. 40 
l>dJ«ly 40 
P 9 April 4t 
P 30 April 41 
P18 May 41 

p 8 Jane 41 
P 16 Apr. 42 
P8I Dec* 41 
P 2 Sept. 42 
p 3 Sept. 48 
P2l Jan. 42 
P26 0ct. 4A 
P 12 Oct. 41 
16 April 42 
P2d Nov. 42 

P 24 Mar. 43 
P 14 Jnly 43 
2 Feb. 44 
P 16 Feb. 44 
23 Nov. 48{P 6 April 44 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P 20 Aug. 44 
P22 Nor. 44 
P 14 Feb. 46 
PlOMay 46 
P28May 45 
P 7 July 46 
26 Sept. 46 
«» 28 Nor. 46 
PdO Dec. 45 
P 23 Jan. 40 
P27Mar.46 
P 8 April 46 
P 18 May 46 
PlOMay 46 
P14 Aag. 46 
P«7 Oct. 46 
p 3 Nov. 40 
(P 1 Dec 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 9 June 46 
f 6 Aug. 47 



- 3 Deo, 41 
.. •••«.. 
14 June 39 

P26Jaly 80 



16 Aug. ASt 

P 18 Sept. 40 

27Dec['42 



P 12 Jan. 38 
P 7 July 38 
P 14 July 38 
P 16 May 40 
p 12 June 40i 
P 14 Aug. 40 
Pll Sept. 40 
PSOOcfc. '40i 

p 16 Dec. 44 

P29D6C. 40) 
P16ApBra41 
PIS' May '41 
P 8 June 41 
P29D4C. 401 
P 26 Oct. 43 
P 14 July 43i 
P 16 Feb. 44 
P 6April44i 
P 8 Nov. '44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
PlOMay 45 
P 19 Dec. 451 
P80Dec. 4d 
OMay 45 
Br27Mar?4d 
P 3 Apr. 46 
» 18 May 46 

p 19 May 46 
P 26 Sept. 46 
^ 14 Aug. 46 
? 2 Oct. 46 
P20Oct. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 20 Oct. 46 
P30July*47 
P 6 Aug. 47 



26 July 44 



P 23 Feb. 44 
6 July 46 

P31 Dec. 44 



4 July 46 



94 May 44 

P 25 Aug. 43 
1 I>ee. 46 



146 



Isi (or Ortnadier) Regimeni ofFooi Ouardt 






13 

8 
IS 



83 
19 
13 



M 



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83 





S4 


A 


10 





12 





8 






3 C0g»^.j9lmArtluijri«mber^24Havoh,43. 

9 Capi. lUlph Bndford, 14 Aug. 46. 

1 O^. JTm. Henry Hugh MraTert Percy, 11 June, 47. 

QuarteT'Maiteri, 
9 9 m ^ohn Payne,* 31 Aug. 15. 

1 Mcbard Fmoe, 24 Dec. 89. 
3 John LtUey, 8 June, 39. 

Swrgeon^Mqjcr, 
Jamee Dandi Wf1g]ii» 7 Feb. 46; Swrg. 11 M«y» a8| A^dtL^Smf 11 Nmt.S^ 

^oiMiofi-^ttryeoii. 

2 Geo. Brown, 96 June, 40 ; A»tt.'Swrf. 19 Jan. 96 ; Hnp^^AmUi. 91 A|irfl,95. 
1 FnacU Conieliue Hathwalte, 7 Feb. 45; Asiitt.'Swraeon, 10 Nor. 96 : tfem.- 

^«ri«^. 16 Not. 83, 

A$ti$iani'8urffetm§, 

9 Oeofge Eleaiar BlenkUu , 13 April, 38. 

3 Thomae Graham Bal&ur, M J). 89 Apr. 36. 
1 Charles Niooll, 86 June, 40. 

5elMi9r.'^-Joh& Parkinson, 19 July, 31. 

IH Battaiim rHunudfrmn Portugal^ 1888. 
%dBa$Mimi r§turtmlflrom Canada^ Oct*. 1849. 
Zd Battalian rttumedfroin Franet^ Nov. 1818. 

Facings B\me.^^Agents, Metart. Cos 4c Co. 



i • 



Tua PmiVOi Haonrr, ai a mark of Hif Hoyal Appvabatlon of the dtotla^bbad galUntiy of ilia Mfade 
or Pool Ohiaida la Um Victory of Watarlook baa bacn ptoaiod. In tb« aamo and on U»a Mialf of Hia M^MKTr 
lo aiipfova of all tb« Saaign* of tiia Tbrae HaaiinesU of Pool Quardi haring the Rank of Uautonanl^ aM 
tliaK MKh Bank •hall ba attadiad to all ihe nitura Appoiatnwnti to Entlipicim In tlio Foot OuardL in m 
aa tka Uavtaaanta la tboaa BOfliMaU obtain tha Rank of Captaia. 



Hli Boyal Hlghaaat baa alaobaaa plaaaad to appiOTa of tba Pint Regfanral of Foot Oaarda baliif aiada a 
Ragiaaal of Ortnadlan, and tt jM ** Tk4 FIrtt, or Ortnadier Reginwnt of Foot OuMr^" in cooibmbio* 
imlloa of tkelr havliig dafaatad tba Ortnadtera of tba Pranch Impaitel Ooardt upoo ihb aianoraUo 



«00l0Ml 



ia 1814. Ate 



of laU to Boitad» aad 
whara bo mmi— iwifd tba 



tba 
aflSli^ todadi^ Ibo baillaa «# 

et 



1 no Doka of WdlhMtlon ho» neeftad a ema aMl nlao elas|ia for BoMa and Ttailara^ TOavaM, 
Paantac d'OMr, Ondad Rodrigo, Badalot, galaniaaca, Ylttona, Pyrraat^ lilvall% n\w% Orlha% aad T 
To ikateh as oattloo of ite pm awlBial aanriew of Ibo fatataM aoMlar of 
Ibaltaoftbliwork. 

la tba 

lad taktaf of 

S 8lr Ofd Boujana aawod tha 
Aatvan, aad atonatov of 
party or tho Oranadler Ouaidt. 

4 OolOMi Oaaeolgaa wnrcd In the PtnlnMbi from Ji^ IStS to May iai4» InchidfDg fba 
Bldamoa, battlaa of tha Mvalla and Ni«a, and tbe Inrcatmcol of Bafonna. Serrad aflamarit la 
can war, and was preaaat at Iba battle of Bladaaibarg and captuia of WaahlnttOB» whara ba waa 
woaadod. 

A ]X-Coional,C«s]n«hama aerrad ai Aide da .Camp to U>td Sallooo durtog Iba latter part of tbe 

China (modal), and 
It of Naakln. 



a«b-dtvlilaa eflia 




liame aerrad ai Aide da Camp to U>td Sallooo durtog 
ppmant al tha ti«ge and captoraof Iba €l%f of Chto 



7 Lord Aithor Bmj tartad ai Aldo-d»Camp to Lord Hardtoga at Iba batUa of Sobtaoa. 

8 QnarlarmMlor PapM aarvad to 6leU7'» 1806 and 9; to 1808 and to Spata, and pmaaal to the i 
of SabagvB, BanaTanto, Logo^ and Coninna ; rabiaqnantlx at Walebaren. Ha aarrad alio Iba caaaalgaa of 
1818> 18, 14, and 18, to tba Paoinaula, Prane«, and Plandara, and was praaant In Iba actions of tha Pyran tss , 
alage and captara of San a<basiiaa. passage of tba BIdasaoa and of tlw NIto, aetkmat tha Xapor^ Howa^ 
aortto and inrastmant of Bayoaaa^ battlas of Qaatra Braauad Walertoe, eaptare of Fmaae uad ef Partly 
aad labanaaatix with tha anay ef eoeapaUea. 



Coldstream Begtment of Foot Guards. 



147 



« UNCSLLES."— The SpUnx^ with the words ^ EGYPT»— "^ TALAYBRA'^U. 
" BARBOBA"— <" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



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50 


Ml 


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41 





97 





95 





91 


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88 





26 


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25 


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91 


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88 





26 


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22 





22 





23 





22 





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19 





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iSrit Jt^^ Bighnmt A. F. IHJte of Cambridge, KG. GCB. GCHG. UCH. 
JAtmt.^Otn. 24 Aug. 1798; Oen. » Sept. 08; ^ad-Marthal, 26 Ndv. 13) 
O rtW M l, Golds tream Guards, 6 Sept 05. 

Xteii^.-Cotofiel. 

9 Bm Charles Anthony FenUnand Bentinck/ JEns, 16 Not. 08; ZUu^, Si 
Capt, 94 Sept. 18; Brevet-Mqjor, 18 Jnne, 15; Capi. Sc ldeut.-€oh 27 
May, 25 ; Col 28 Jnne, 38 ; Mttfor, pSO May, 43. ; Zieut-Col Not. 40. 

Mqfori. 

1 9aiiai^0ha|iHi^si9i»r.Pl8 Aprll,ll; LUut$cCapi.QOtt.Uj Und^CoL 

9 16 Aug. 26 ; Col, 23 Not. 41 ; Mqjor, p 8 May, 46. 
9 Henry John Wm. Bentinck, Bns. 25 Mar. 13 ; Lieut, & Capt 18 Jan. 20 ; Capt, 
>4k JUtfi/.*-€M» P 16 May, 29 ; Ci»/. 23 Not. 41 ; Mqfor, 9 Not. 46. 

Captaim k LieiU.-ColoneU, 

1 Wm. Henry Cornwall, JSini. tc Lieut, 10 Ang. 16 ; Lieut, A: Capt. p 6 Not. 24 ; 
Copt, k Lieut,-Col. p 10 Feb. 32 ; Col, Not. 46. 

9 Chas. Murray Hay, Bne. p 20 April, SO ; JSne. k Lieut, p 1 Not. 21 ; Lieut, k 
Copt, P24 Dec. 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col, p 22 Jane, 32 ; Coh 9 Not. 49, 

S Wm. John Codrington, Sne, p22 Feb. 21 ; Bns, k Lieut. P84 April, 23; 
Lt. k Capt, P 20 July, 26; Capt, k Lt,'Col* p 8 July, 36 ; CoL 9 Nov. 46^ 

2 Wm. Stewart Balfour, Bne, p8 Feb. 21 ; Lieut, p 12 May, 26; Capt. p 17 
June, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut,^Col, P24 Feb. 37. 

1 Hon, Arthur Upton Ent, k Lieut, p 10 Feb. 26 ; Lieut, k Capt, p16 May, 129 ; 
Capt, k Lieut.'Col, p31 Dee. 39. 

1 Frederick Paget,.&wi^^ 20 Mar. 28; JSne* k Lkut, 24 Feb. 26) Lieut, k 

Capt. P 4 June 29 ; Capt. k Lieut,'Col, p24 Jan. 40. 

2 fi«fi.Geoige Frederick Upton, Ene, p84 April, 23 ; Lieut. p29 Oct. 26; Capt. 

J»Mi D90* 26; Jfq^, P-ld June, 67 ; Lieut.-^CoL Pt6 April, 41. 

1 John Chrirtle Clltherow, 2nd Lieut. 11 April, 26 ; Ene. k Lieut. p8 April, 
126 ^ Lieut, k Capt. 22 July 30 ; Capt. k Lieut,- Col. P 30 May, 43. 

2 Gordon Drummond, Ene^ k Lieut, p 10 June 26; Xdeut* k Capt, 9 Q Aug. 

30 ; Capt, k Lieut, -Col, p29 March 44. 
1 Xirrd Frederick Paolet, Ene, k Lieut, 11 June 26; Lieut, k Capt, Pit Sept. 
30 ; Capt. k Lieut,- Col. p 8 May, 40. 

1 John Forbes, Eneign, p20 Oct. 26; Ene, k Lieut. PI Aug. 26; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 10 Feb. 32 ; Capt. k Lieut, -Col. P7 Aug. 46. 

2 ,Bahflrt¥aaiittart, Ene. k Lieut. 9%l Sept. 26; Lieut, k Capt. 86 Not. 32; 

Capt, k Lt.^Col, Not. 46. 
2 diaries Aah Windham, Ene, k Lieut, p 30 Dec. 26 ; Lieut, k Capt. P31 May, 

, .33 ; Erevet'MtOoTf 9 Vov, 46 ; Capt, k Lieut, -Col. p20 Dec. 46. 
2 ;Ja'mes Loft us Elrington, Ent. k Lieut, P 4 June, 29; Lieut, k Capt, p6 

Dec. 34 J Brecet-MajoTj 9 Not. 46 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col p 11 June 47. 
2 Henry DanieU, Ens. k Lieut, p 13 Aug. 29 ; Lieut, jr Capt, p27 Mar. 36; 

Breffet-Mqj<fr, Not. 46 ; Capt, k Lieut,-Col, P29 Oct. 47. 
2 JBkm, B«b«rt.Bdward Boyle^ Ene, p 14 Nov. 26 ; Ene. k Lieut, p 16 Jnly 29 ; 
•Xj(ni#iltGBpf;P23Aag.3d; JBr0Mr-Jlf<^,9NoT.46; Cmpt.kLieut,''Col. 
*'T9'Dec. 47. 



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2 Colonel Chaplin wm Mtsrely woundad at St. Bataatlan. 



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LiBVTXNAlITS AND CAPTAIITS. 



1 George John Johnson 

2 Wm. Samuel Newton 

2 Egerton Charles Wm. Miles Mflman 
1 George Angnstus Vernon 

Spencer Perceval • 

Matthew Edward Tiemey 

Han. Thomas Yesey Dawson 

Henry Wedderbum Camming 

1 Thomas Montagu Steele 

1 William Mark Wood 

2 William Eccles 

2 Charles H. White 

1 William Baring 

2 Charles Lygon Cocks 

2 Poulett G. H. Somerset, a4fii/an<.. 

2 George John Why te Melville 

1 James Charles Murray Cowell .... 

1 James Halkett, atffutant 

2 5ir John Edward Harrington, Bart. 

2 Dudley Wilmot Carleton 

2 Lord Aug. Charles Lennox FitzRoy 

2 Charies Sedley Burdett 

1 Francis William Newdigate 



CORNBTy 

2d lxbut. 

OR BK8XON. 



2 July 29 



P 22 Aug. 34 
12 Jan. 38 
P 22 July 36 
P 28 Feb. 34 
11 Jan. 39 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P 28 July 38 
P 29 Mar. 39 
P 19 July 39 



EvSIOirS AMD LiBUTS. 

1 William Charles Lyon ......... 

1 Lionel Daniel Mac Kinnon 

2 5ir Geo. Ferd. RadziwiU Walker, B^. P27 Dec. 



P 7 June 39 

.«.••••• .• 
P 10 April 40 

17 May 39 
P21 Oct. 36 

30 Dec. 40 



BNSION 
AND LIBUT. 



16 July 41 



P 16 Nov. 33 
P 6 Dec. 34 
P24Api1186 
P 12 Apr. 31 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P 10 Mar. 37 
Pll Aug. 37 
P 16 Mar. 38 
P20July 38 

24 May 41 
P 28 Oct. 36 
P31 Dee. 39 
P21 May 41 
P 24 Jan. 40 
P 1 May 40 
Pll Sept. 40 

25 Sept. 40 
P 23 April 41 
P 1 June 41 
Pll June 41 
P 27 Aug. 41 

26 June 41 
p 13 May 42 



LXBUT. 

AND 

CAPTAIV. 



1 William Gregory Dawkins 

2 HyltonJolUie 

2 UlUck Canning Zard Dunkellin, t. 
2 Francis Augustus Plunkett Burton 

1 Han, Percy Robert Basil Feilding . 

2 Edward Heneago Deriog 

2 William Henry Reeve 

1 Hon, Granville Chas.Corn wallis Eliot 

1 Cliarles Baring 

2 Henry Montolieu Bouverie 

1 Henry Armytage •••• 

2 Hon, Henry William John Byng . . 

1 Charles Rodney Morgan 

2 Arthur John Bethel Thcliusson .... 



42 



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P 8 Aug. 
,P24May 



45 
44 



2 Apr. 47 



P 27 Jan. 43 
P 30 May 43 
p 29 Mar. 44 
P 6Sept.44 
P 8 Aug. 46 
P87Mar. 40 
P 8 May 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P29Dec. 40 
Pll June 47 
P 2 July 47 
P 13 July 47 
P 30 July 47 
27 Aug. 47 
P29 0ct 47 
P 10 Doe. 47 



19 July 99 

31 Dee. » 

6 Feb. 41 

SB Dee. 88 

16 0eL4l 

S7J«B. 4S 

80 May 43 

30Dee.4A 

SO Mar. 44 

SO Aug. 44 

8 April 48 

8 May 46 

9JQae46 

7Ai«.46 

28 Dee. 46 

SQDee. 46 

11 June 47 

1 July 47 

S July 47 

13 July 41 

30 J«ly 47 

SOOet. 41 

10 Dee. 47 



Adjutants. 
2 Ca^in Poulett George Henry Somerset, 8 May^ 46. 
I Captain James Halkett, 11 June 47. 

QuarteT'Matten* 

1 William Morse, 2 June, 36. 

2 Thomas Lee, 25 July, 37. 

SvTffeon^Mqjor, 

Edward Greatrez, 2 Sept. 45 ; Swy. 14 April, 43; A$titt.»Surg. 16 "Hm* M 
Hatp.-Astist. 24 Kor. 25. 

BattiUion'Surgean. 
8 Wm. Thomas Christopher Robinson, 2 Sept. 45 ; Atriit.-Smrg. SS Mar. St. 

Aisistant'Sitrffeont* 

1 James Munro, M.D. 2 Nov. 32. 

2 Joseph Skclton, 2 Sept. 45. 
i9Wtct/9r.— William George Carter, 29 Jan. 84. 



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Faeinffi Blue — AgenU^ Messrs. Cox k, Co. 
lit Battalion rttumedfrom Francep Julp, 1814.] 
2d Battalion returned from Canada S9#A Oct. 184S.] 



Scots JFusiHer Guards. 



149 



■<^<iU|GELLE8*— The •'Spk^tue," witb the wordi, •'EGTFr»^«TAL4nDU"^*«BARR0aA'* 

" PENINSULA."— •♦ WATERLOO." 






Cohm^ 
Btt Royal Highness Francis AJbert Augustus Charles Emanuel, DtAe of 
'^^\ Saxony, Vrince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCMG. IPUU 
_^'\ Marsholj 8 Feb. 40 ; Colonel of the ScoU FusiUer Guards, 25 Aprll^ 42. 



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Lieut. -Colonel. 

lEiB Berlceley Drummond,^ Sns. 5 March, 12 ; Lieut, k Capt, 4 July, 15 : 

Capt.Sc Lt.'Col. ^21 Dec. 26} Mi^or U, CoU 23 Nov. 41 j Zt.-CoL p31 

Dec. 44. 

_ Mqjors. 

1 9 'William Thomas Knollys,' Ens. 9 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, & Capt, 25 Sept. 17 ; 
Capt. & Lt.'Col. P31 Dec. 27; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; M(gor & Cf/. p6 Dec 44, 

2 Henry Colvile, Ens. P 20 Dec. 13 ; Lt.U Capt. P 6 Nov. 17 ; Capt. k. Lieui.- 
Col. P6 July, 80; Mqjor & Col P31 Dec. 44. 

Captains and Lieut. 'Colonels. 

1 C9!l Henry Lord UoVehy^Ens. 21 April, 14; Lieict. k Capt.P 12 June, 23; 
Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 21 Sept. 82; Col. Nov. 46. 

2 George Dixon, Ens. k Lieut. p20 Jan. 20 ; Capt. p S April, 26 ; Cap*, k Lieut." 
Cot. p20 May, 36; Col. 9 Nov. 46. 

2 John Geoiige Robinson, Ens, k Lieut. 28 Jan. 17 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 3 June, 27 ; 

Cirpt. k Lieut.'Col. P 12 Aug. 87. 
2 Patrick FitzRoy Wellesley Campbell, 2nd Lieut. 13 Jan. 25 ; Eru. k Lieut. 

P 14 July, 25 ; Lieut, k Capt. P3 July, 29; Capt. k Lieut.- Col. p9 Nov. 38. 
1 George Morton Eden, Ens. P18 July, 22; Lieut. PIO Sept. 26; Capt. P12 

Dec.26; Jrfl>r,Pll Oct. 31 ; Lleut.-Col. P20 May, 86; Col. 9 Not. 46. 

1 George Moncrieife, Ens. k Lieitt: P8 April, 26; Lieut, k Copf . p 6 July, 30 ; 
Capt. k Lient.-Col. p24 Jan. 40. 

2 Nathaniel Waldegrare John Branthwayt Mfcklethwalt, Ens. k Lieut. P 12 
Oct. 26 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 31 Dec. 30 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 18 May, 41. 

1 Henry Bathurst, Ens. p 17 Nov. 26 ; Lieut, p 5 Apr. 27 ; Capt. p 11 June 30; 
Capt. k Lieut.'Col.'PIS Jan. 43. 

2 William Frederick Birington, Ens. k Lieut. P 14 Nov. 26; Lieut, k Capt. 
P 30 Aug. 31 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 14 April, 43. 

2 Edward Walter Forestier Walk6r, Ent. k Lieut, p 8 Mar. 27 ; Liettt. k Capt. 

P 18 Oct. 31 ; Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p6 Dec. 44. 
1 Charles John James Hamilton, Bne. k Lieut. p5 Jane, 27; Lieut, k Capt. 

P6 Jan. 32 ; Capt. k Lieut-Col. p31 Dec. 44. 

1 ffon. George Augustus Fred. Liddell, Ens. k Lieut. P27 Nor. 28 ; Lieut, k 
Capt. P 24 April 35 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 8 Sept 46. 

2 Frederick Brandreth, J!^. k Lieut, p 4 July 29; Lieut, k Capt. P 5 June 35; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 2 Oct. 46. 

2 Frederick Romilly, Bne. Pll July, 26; Lieiet. 26 Mar. 29 ; Capt. P6 June, 34 ; 
Brevet'Maj. 9 Nov. 46; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P22 Jan. 47. 

1 Hon. Alexander Nelson Hood, Bng. k Lieut, p 30 Aug. 31 ; Lieut, k Capt. 
P 1 July 36 ; Erevet-Major, 9 Nov. 46 ; Capt. k Ideui.-Col. E5 Nov. 47. 

2 Arthur Ed w. Onslow, Ens. k Lieut. P 1 1 Jan. 33 ; Lieut, k Capt. » 10 Nov. 37 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 10 Dec. 47. 



1 Coionel Berfcelef Drnmmoad'e serrlcee :— Canpaign of 1S14 In Holland, Inetudiaf the stonnliif of 
Oef^en-op-Zoom. Campaipi of 1815, including the bettlee of Qnatre Bni and Waterloo. 

s MpMLUGniflfara (erved is. the Beqth of f ranee, fkom ath Itareh. 1014, to the end of the war; irm 
preaenTiit the blMiLadeof Bajonne and repnlM of the Sortie, on which occasion Sir Henry Soillvan and 
ten oAeen of the Ghmrds were Ic&lled or died of their wounds. 

a Lord Bokebj serred the campalfn of 1S1&, Inelodinf the battlei of Qdatra Bias and Waterloo. 

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2]> LIEUT. 

OR BNJ^IGN. 






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P 1 Aug. 84 
P 2 May 34 



LlEUTSKANTS AXD 

Captains. 

2 Robert Moorsom I 3 Aug. 30 

1 /fon.DaTidH.Mu]Tay,Afq;.9N0Y.46. P20 Mar.27 

1 James Hunter Blair 

2 Charles Francis Seymour, $, . 

2 William John Ridley 

2 Hon. Charles OranUiam Scott 

2 Charles Tyrwhitt 

2 Edward John Stracey 

1 Francis Seymour 

2 Hon, Jas. C. Plantagenet Murray . . 
1 Fiied.ChariesArthur Stephenson, a4/ 
1 Cha.As8hetonPitz- Hard. Berkeley,!, p 27 May 36 
1 Thomas Harconrt Powell | 

1 JohnHamlltonEIphlnstoneDalrymple, 

2 Henry Perclval de Bathe ' 

2 srtrArehfbaldKeppelMacdonald,B/.'P12 July 39 

1 Wm. Yates Peel 

1 George William Mercer 

1 Henry Poole Hepburn 

1 HaiLHew Hamilton Haldane Duncan 

2 Francis Haygarth, a^ 

2 Hon. Richard Charteris 

2 John WiUiam Hay 

2 Henry Oreen Wilkinson 

EKBIOWS and LXBUTBNAlfTfl. 

2 Jfon. Edw. Keppel Wentworth Coke 
2 Hon, John Strange Jocelyn, # 

1 Edward John Otway 

2 Charles Thomas Wemyss 

1 Z^dBrownlowThos. Montague Cecil 

2 John Floyd Peel 

2 Sir Edward Poore, Bart, 



AHD LIBUT. 



JJHO 

CAPTAI5. 



P 6 July 38 
P 14 Feb. 40 
P 2 Oct. 40 



P 7 Oct. 42 
29 May 42 



P 14 April 46 
7 June 44 



13 Aug. 47 



P21 Sept. 32 
P No7. 3i> 
P 24 April 36 
P 5 June 36 
P 10 June 35 
p 12 Feb. 36 
P 26 Feb. 36 
P 3 June 36 
P16 June37 
P 26 May 37 
25 July 37 
P 12 Aug. 37 
P22 Aug. 37 
P 10 Not. 37 
p 1 Nov. 39 
P 15 Nov. 30 
P 14 Feb. 40 
P 27 Mar. 40 
P 19 Feb. 41 
P 18 May 41 
P 21 May 41 
P 7 Oct 42 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P IS Jan. 43 

P 7 April 43 
P 14 April 43 
P 29 Sept. 43 

11 April 44 
P 12 April 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P31 Dec. 44 
P20 Aug. 44 
P28 Nov. 45 
P 19 Dec. 45 
P12 June46 
P 7 July 46 
P 8 8q)t.46 
P 2 Oct. 46 
P 27 Oct. 

22 Jan. 
P 5 Nov. 
P 10 Doc. 



46 
47 
47 
47 



VZ Aug. 97 
15 Mav 35 

Nov. $8 

23 Nov. $8 

24 May 39 

1 Not. 39 
15 Nov. 39 
UPebu 40 

4 Sept. 40 
1 July 42 

13 Jan. 43 

14 April 43 
61)60.44 

31 Dec, 44 
14 Feb. 46 
28 Nov. 45 
9 July 46 
8 Sept. 46 
2 Oct. 46 
22 Jan. 47 
90 Sept. 47 
14 Mav 47 

5 Nov. 47 
10 Dm. 47 



P 19 Nov. 44 

2 WiUiam Biddnlph Parker { 20 Mav 42 

1 Lord Adolphus P. C. W. Vane, #. . . p 7 April 43 
1 Lord Robert Conolly Taylor .... 

1 Hen. William Frederick Scarlett 

2 Francis Forte«cue i p 

2 Augustus William Henry Meyrick I . . 

2 William Aitchison p21 Mar. 45 

1 Robert Nigel Pi'zhardinge Kingscote 

1 Hon. William Harbord 

1 Oeonre Thomas Francis Shnckburgb 
1 Hugh FltxHardlnge Drummond - • ( 

Aiffutantt, 
11 Oil Captain Fred. Charies Arthur Stephenson, 14 Feb. 45. 
8 12 Captain Francis Haygarth, 11 Sept. 46. 

Quarter-MoMtert, 
15 2 fit Joseph Aston,^ 9 Aug. 33. 
11 1 9 Ca George Copeland," 7 April, 37. 

Surfeon^Afq^or. 
30 A Wm. Henry Judd, 22 July, 45 ; Surg. 1 2 July, 27 ; AuUt.-Surg. 1 Jas. 18. 

Battalion'Surffeon. 
26 2 Thomas Richardson, 22 July, 45 ; Assist.-Surg, 4 Dec. 23. 

Asnstant^Surgeom. 
21 I John BowUng, 12 July, 27. 
6 2 John Ashton Bostock,* M.D. 8 Feb. 42. 
5Wictt<>r.— Wilmer Wllmer, 27 Dec. 33. 

Faeingt Blue. — Agents^ Sir John Kirkland k Co. 
[M BrntuatM emharktdfar tkt Penimmia Dee, 1808, and returned from FranetJuiv, 1814.] 
[td Battaiiom om^rktd for iht NoiHtrkmds Nov, 16ia» and roiumedfrom Frmnoo Jrnn. 1616. Sortrd im 

Portugaifrom Dee, 1890 to March, 1888. 
I Qurter-Msstor A»tnn werred Che cmmpaifm of 1814 In Holland, including lb* bomhswi— t of Amtmoxv* 
and fltomhiir of Berfrra-op-Zoom. Pment at Quatrp Brai and Waterloo. 

S Quarter-Maxtor Copeland 9orrod In tlia Rnlimiia, from Mavcli, ISIt, to tka end of tbs war, larhitfiAt 
the battle of Vlttorla, ilec e of San Sebastian, pawuwe of the BIdaMoa. the NUe, «Dd fbc Ad«w; 
of Bayonne. and rppul«e of the aortle. Present at Quatra Bms and Waterloo. 
S Doctor Bottock ienred in the Biiflb at th« battle of Pnnnlar, and has r«c«iTsd Iba Brooaa Star. 



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-"Bgmant-op-Zee."— TAe Sphinx, with the words, " Egypt"—" Corumii*^— 

'— " Soiamanca" — « Vlttoria" — " St Sebastian" — " Nive" — " PenintuUi"— 

iriagara"— « Waterloo"—'' Nagpore"— " Maheidpoor"— " Ava,' 



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^^^ Colonel, 

9 Ml i?f. Hon. jSTiV James Kempt,' GCB.GCH., Ens, 31 liar. 1783 ; Lieut. 
\ 18Ang.84; Cflj?^ 80 May, 94 ; Jlf^yor, 18 Sept. 04; £wtt^-Ci>/.28Attg.l)(^; 
"•" CW. 9 March, 09; Mqjor-Gen. 1 Jan. 12; lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 26; Cfew, 
23 Soy, 41 ; Cb/. of ibe Royals, 7 Aug. 46. 

Lieut,-Col0neU, 

1 Andrew Brown, ^?tf. 26 Oct. 20; Lieut. 17 March, 26; Ciii?#. P6 April, 31 ; 
Major, P 26 May, 38 ; Lieut-Col. » 8 June, 41. 

2 9 George Bell,'' Etit. 14 Mar. 11; Zuru/. 17 Feb. 14; Capt.fl Aag.2B; 
Brecet'dfqfor, 29 Mar. 39^ M<^or^ 14 July^43; Lieut-Col, ^6 Dec. 43. 

Mqjors. 
1 Chaiies Deane,' KH. CoTftef, 5 Sept. 04 ; Xt«u/.P6JiUy,06; Capt p6IHc. 
18; JlC^^or, p 19 Jiumi, S&; Breoet-Lt.-Col. 9 Not. 46. 

1 Alexander Barry Montgomery, Em. 26 Xot. 24; Xi^M^. 30 Oct 26; Capt, 
P 16 Aug. 33; M{0or, p& Dec. 43. 

2 Thomas Graham, ifm. 21 May 26 ; Lieut, p 27 April 27 ; Capt. p 9 Aug. 33 ; 
Mqjor,^^ May 44. 

2 Henry P. Raymond, ^fw. 9 April 26; Zicu^. p 17 May 27; Capt. P21Mar<;h 
34 ; Srevet'ilaj. 9 Nov. 46; Affyor, p 17 Dec. 47. 



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Captains. 

2 Burton Daveney 

2 Edw. A. G. Muller* 

2 Richard Going 

1 Henry Alex. Kerr 

2 TreTor Davenport 

1 Francis Gregor Urquhart 

2 Henry Richard Marindin 
2 Thomas Scott Ha>»kms . 
2 Tyrrell Matthias Byrne . 

1 Charles Curtis 

1 William Little Stewart . 
1 Henry Draper Neville • . 

1 Hon.Ch&. Dawson Plunkett 

1 Frederick R. Mcin 

2 Edward Robert Wetherall 
1 WUUam Webster 

1 John Matcham Isaac*' .... 

2 Francis Locker Whitmore 
2 John Edward Sharp .... 
1 James Pollock Gore 



ENSIGN. 



27 April 20 

3 Feb. 20 

April 26 

P 17 Aug. 20 

8 June 30 

P 18 Nov. 31 

P 11 Jan. 33 

P 29 Mar. 33 

30 June 24 

10 Feb. 26 
P 12 April 33 
P 16 Aug. a*) 
Pll Oct 83 

22 Oct 33 
p 27 June 34 

20 Feb. 27 

4 Nov. 26 

p 7 Aug. 36 

P 24 April 36 

P 6 Feb. 36 



LIBUT. 



P 7 July 26 

11 Aug. 26 

P 2 Feb. 27 

22 Mar. 32 
P 22 Mar. 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P17 Sept 36 

23 Mar. 26 
19 Feb. 27 
13 Jan. 37 

P 20 Jan. 37 
P 10 Mar. 87 
P 14 AprUd? 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P 24 Aug. 32 
3 Sept. 29 
10 May 39 
P 9 Feb. 38 
P 20 Dec. 80 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBT.»HAJ. 



P 8 Not. 27 
Pll Jan. 33 
9 19 June 36 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 14 April 37 
P 30 April 41 
P23 Jone43 
16 June 43 
UJuly 43{ 
P 28 July 43{ 
P 6 Dec. 43 
P29 Dec. 43 
P 3 May 44 
P 19 Dec. 46 
6 Feb. 40 
11 July 46 
P 3 Sept 47 
P17 Dec. 47 
P 29 Oct 47 



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9 Nov. 
9 Nov. 



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K«npt mecmapanitA Sir Ralph Abererumbjr npon the Bxpeditlon to Holland in 1799, u aidc-ile-canq;i, and 
It is all tti* aetlaaa csccpl tliat at the lOth Sept.. when be waj abMol in England with dlvpatchn. Aeeoi^paiikdi 
tu laiph to the Madiunancan In June, ISOO B« Military Sreretarj and aidc.de-cani|s and irrved with bla uAtil bin 
dcMh. Co«liaacd to MrTe in tba Mme situationft wtib Lord HutclilawMi, and waa pment in alt the battiM In Bff7t>t, and, 
at iba aptiwa ol Calru and Alexandria. Commanded a Light Battaliwo upon the Kxpediiion to Naples iS IMM. Went 
l» Cklahrin in the aame year, and eommanded tbe Lifbt Brirade at the battle of Maida. Joined the amy in lh« Peqlnm^ 
• Duko of WeUington, Dee. 1811. and wu ^pointed to tbe eenunand of a brifade in the 3rd DiTlaiont taiTnl nt 
oT Bad^JoS) eennnanded the attack on Fort riciviaa, and the brigade wbieh led tbe attack and car*fed the caalle 
ef n*<«« ) j oi by eaealade, on which occaeion be was •cverrly wounded in the foot. Bemoved to a brigade in the Light 
DivMoo fak Fel(. ISIS, and ■enrcd in command of it until tbe eooclotion of that war in IS 1 4 and was preient at th« battle 
of Tiiuiila^ Ika atlaek e« the hclfMs of Vera, batdee of Nlvelle (•lightly wonndcd tn the arm), Nive, Orihet. tnd Toniouee, 
bctldea arrcral other leac Important aOhln. Commanded a dlTiaion in the campaign of 1816, an>l was aererely wounded at 
the battle of Waterloo. Sir Jamea baa reeeired tbe Bgypttan McdaL and a Croaa and 9 Claapn for Maida, Bad^Q*; Vlttaria, 
Ni«^c, Wiw, Orthea, and Toulouac. 

S Li -Ctoi. Bell acrved in the Peuiaaala from July ISll la tbe end or that war in ISH, and was engafiecl in the actiap ^f 
Arrwyo do Molia*. battle of Viitaria, baitlea in the P)rencca.an tbe 7ta, Ulb. SOtb, aait Mm Jaly, ISIB, b«l«le« of the 
Bii«*tle, the Nive, Bayaaar, Orilic«,l°arbea, and Tn«laua«« bcftideaa ureat nan> Mlliiir* and tkirmitlic*. Ii« aticrwardt aened 
is inc Eoat Indiea, in'ibe Burmeac wur, and in iba Wttl Indica. He waa nctlteljr employed during the rebellion hi C'aasda, par> 
ticalaviy la tbe capture of St. Cbirica, and St. Euatacbei beafterwardsrommandeti the amall i'oriaad c»rrta«a el I'meavdu- 
Lac. an iiwportant pMitioa ea the River Kt. Lawrence, and rrccived ibvtbanktof the Cnmuiaudcr of ilie Foreca lor bu 
«acrtM«B !■ racovcnag the |onaaad abot from tlia bottom of ib« K>vec. and moauting ibem ib rofiitwn when it mmt reporied 
lai^^cnrubU I the guns wera S4>po«uders, siateea ol wbicb and 4,000 ruuud ahvt be recovered m tbrdapib el' a Caawtian 

3 Lt.-CoL De«MB eerred Cba campaign of 1S09 agaioat the Rajah of Lahore. Piaaant at tbe siege of HaCtret a ad other 
fona lu I8I7. 8er«cd in tbo Burmeac war iu IStt and 8. 

b CofM^ IffeeiUa eerred in Canada daringtbe rebellion of 1837 and 18S8, and was eui^ayed with the rebela at St. Charlea 
and at 9t. Kostache. ... 

» Cavi. laane eerred with tbe Capa MouBtad Rifles In sereral aflUrs and sUrmiabes with the b«Kler Tribes at the tape of 
Good Ova. hotweaii ISNand 183S. 

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LlEUTEKANTS. 

David Green 

Thomas James Parker , A^f- 

Joseph D. Windham 

Andrew Anderson ..••*•«. 

Cha. Evered Poole 

Arthur Newland • . • • 

Wm. Kent Allix, AdJ 

Cha. Bdf^ecambe Davenport 
Spencer Geo. Auf? . Thursby 

Spencer Vansittart 

George GwavasCarlyon .... 

Frederick Carter 

Jesse Lloyd ....*. 

Frederick Wells, #. . . .' 

Thomas Henry Breedon ... 
Hugh Lyncdoch Barton . 
John Alex. Qavin Campbell 
William John Bampfield . 
9 Roger James Ay toun 

1 Wm. Henry Sharpc Sharpe 
Richard George Coles. .... 
Thomas Edward Bidgood . 
William James Gillum • • . 

Georga Tkiafle 

Hastings Fowler Jones . • • 
Edward Hamilton Finney . 

Brsions. 

Wm. FortMcne Scott 

Henry Francis Bythesea 
John Cadwalader Pogh . . 

Brock Carter 

George Rowland. • 

Henry Howard Barber . . 
Bingham H. Edw. Muller 
Charles Minchin 

2 Henry Whlchcote Turner 
1 James Frederick Webster 

Francis Beaumaris Bulkeley 
John Alexander Christie .... 

Gilbert Andrew Amos 

James Aytoun 

Donald Harvey Munro 

Charles James Phllllpps 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



p 30 Dec. 34 

P 18 Mar. 36 

P 10 Mar. 37 

p 19 Oct. 38 

p 10 May 39 

P 18 Sept. 30 

28 July 40 

P 11 Sept. 40 

P 16 Dec. 40 

P 30 April 41 

7 Sept. 41 

P 17 Dec. 41 

3 Dec. 41 

12 Oct. 41 

P 26 Oct. 41 

P 16 Apr. 42 

P 2 Aug. 42 

1 8 Mar. 42 

P23 June43 

P2dFeb. 44 

P 3 May 44 

P 26 June 44 

P14 Feb. 46 

P 19 Dec. 46 

P 21 Apr. 46 

P 1 May 46 



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P 2 Feb. 38 
P 16 Dec. 40 
Pll June 41 

10 Aug. 41 
P 17 Dec. 41 
P 16 Apr. 42 
P23 June43 

14 July 43 
P2BJDly 43 
P 6 Sept. 43 
p 20 Dec. 43 
P23Feb. 44 
Pl7Mar. 43 
2 Aug. 44 
P 10 May 43 
P 10 Dec. 46 
Pll Apr. 46 

12 Sept. 40 

16 Jan. 47 
P April 47 
P 14 May 47 
P 22 June 47 
P 2 July 47 
P 3 Sept. 47 
p22 Oct. 47 
p 17 Dec. 47 



16 July 43 
P 20 Sept. 46 
P26 Aug. 46 

3 Nov. 46 
P 30 Nov. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 

20 Dec. 46 
P 6 Feb. 47 

SO Mar. 47 
P April 47 
P 22 June 47 
P 2 July 47 

4 Sept 47 
P 22 Oct. 47 

10 Nov. 47 
P17 Dec. 47 



t Paymmttcr MttelMU 
rcflBMl C* tk« Caiw •t 
VldM, Port«fal« 
Pl«ad«ra, aad Wataripa 

3 Qiian«r>awa( 
tnd BatlallMi Bofsl 
MahntU wr, with Iht umr 
vadtr 84r Mm Dvrrtant te lb* 
•ad 19. Alto Swiiif th* fe«ti 
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(-2 9 WnUam Mitchell,* 13 Ang. 12 ; AsttMt.-Papm, 
Paymasters, — < 1 James Espinasse, 8 Feb. 99 ; Ens. 8 Feb. ^1 

t 7 April, 25 ; Capt, 11 July, 37. 
. .. . ^., ) 1 Lieut, Wm. Kent Allix, 30 May 46. 
A^fwant9, J J ^^^ Thomas James Parker, 16 April 47. 

Quarter^Masters, 

1 Charles Broadley, 11 Feb. 42 ; JBns. 3 Aug. 41. 

2 Michael Thompson,' 31 Oct. 46. 

Surffsoms. 

2 George Gordon Robertaon, MD., 25 June 44; Assist.^wy, 19 Aa^ 
1 Alexander Knox, M.D., 16 Mar. 44; Assist,'Surg, 12 Apr. 33. 

{1 Luke Barron, MD., 10 July, 40. 
2 William Thomas Hoskin, M.D. 1 March, 44. 
1 James Mee, 28 March 45. 

Facings Blue — Agent, John Lawrie, Esq. — Irith Agents^ Messrs. Cane k, Co. 
[Xst Battalion embarked for Fweign Service, l\ Nov, 30. Serving at AmtiguM 

at Puisleif.^ 
[9d Battalion returned from Barhadoes, 26 Feb, 46. Head qua r t eta at lf< 



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•j 2nd ( 77ie QueerCs Royal) Regiment of Foot 



• Ml Athloae. 

"EGYPT 

" NIVBLLE »»— "TOULOUSE »'— •• PENINSULA" 



163 




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PYRENEES"— 
•" AFFOHANISTAN"— " GHUZNEE"— •• KHELAT." 
Colonel, 
9 ®® ^lex. George, Lord Saltoun,' KCB. En8. 28 April 02 ; Lt. 2 Sept. 02 : 
Copt. 7 Sept. 04; LL-Col. 26 Dec. 13; Col, 27 May 25; M(\jor-Gen, 10 
Jan. 37; LL-Gen, 9 Nor. 46; Co/. 56 Foot, 23 Feb. 46; Col. of the Queen'a 
Royals, 7 Aug. 46. 
Lieut, "Colcneh — Richard Carruther8,'CB.JB>i*. 19 May 14; Lt, 26 Jan. 25 • Capt 
P 16 April, 29 ; Mcqot, p 19 Feb. 86 ; Brevet-Lieut, -Col, 23 July, 39 ; Lieut,^ 
CW.lJaD.47. 
Jf(fyorf.— John Goodday Stnitt Gilland,^ Em, 31 Dec. 12 ; Lieut, 10 Feb. 17 • 
Capt, 20 Aug. 31 ; Brevet-Mqfor, 13 Nov. 39 ; Mqjor, 29 May, 43. ' 

9 Mountford Stoughton Heyliger Lloyd *Bru, 16 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, 2 Mar. 16; 
Capt. 13 Sept. 36 ; BTevet-Mqjor, 9 ypv. 46 ; Major, 1 Jan. 47. 



Captains. 

OllTer Robinson^ 

Stanhope Wm. JephBon^ 
Henry Wm. Stisted^ .... 
Tho.W.B.HoIdBWonh* .. 
John B. Harryman Pryce^ 

Thomas Addison^ 

Demetrius W. G. James . . 
Digby St. Vine. Hamilton 
G. N. K. Anker Yonge«. . 
WUliamDomTUe 

LlBUTBNARTS. 

God&ey Piercy* 

Henry Cole Faulkner, r. . 
Frederick Connor ...... 

John Henry Grant * . . . . 

Geo. £dw. Alex. Tobin* 
Wm. Joseph Oldham* . . 
EdwardSelbySmy th,'' J d(j 
ChariesEdmundThomton 
Alexander Gillespie 
Cha.FltzGerald Studdert^^* 
William Wynn Khrkby«.. 
Miles Fisher Monckton 
Richard Hill Rocke .... 

Ensigns. 

Brooks M'Carty 

Raymond Inglis ...... 

Frederick Mathias «>.... 

W^Uliam Henry Poulett. . 

Cecil Squire 

Robert Holdsworth .... 
Fra. Lionel Oct. Atty .... 



BNaiGN. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



6 Oct. 20 
P26Nor. 30 
P 4 Dec. 36 
P 16 Jan. 36 
P 30 June 37 
16 Sept. 37 
P 31 Jan. 40 
PdOAug. 33 
P22 Aug. 34 
P 24 Apr. 36 

P24July 35! 
P 18 Nov. 36 
P 29 Sept. 38' 
2 Apr. 36' 
P 30 Dec. 36 
29 May 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P30 Dec. 42 

P16Attg. 42;P16Dec. 46 
P22AprU42,P24Nov.43 



24 Jan. 26 
P 19 Feb. 36 
P29 Sept. 38 
P 14 Dec. 38 
P 1 Mar. 39 

31 Jan. 39 
P 16 Dec. 40 

80 Nov. 37 

29 June 37 
P 18 Aug. 38 

16 April 38 

P 18 May 39 

27Jau. 40 

16 Dec. 40 

16 Dec. 40 

P 3 Aug. 41 

29 May 43 

P20 Aug. 44 



BRBV.-XAJ. 



13 Nov. 39 



P 19 Feb. 36 
P 28 Dec. 41 
P 29 Apr. 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P24 May 44 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 9 June 46 
9 Nov. 46 
IJan. 47 
P26 Aucr.46 



10 Lt. Stttddrrt aerred In the Oth 
Laneendurlof Uiecamp«ico In I §43 -4 
a^aiaBt Gwalior, Including the battle 
of Punniar ( Mrdal), and the invctt- 
nent and aunrender of Gwalior. 



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P 20 Jan. 43 < IJam 47 

P 12 Jan. 44 P 10 July 46 

7 Jan. 42 PdOMay 43 

I S Lt. CoUmel Carruthen lerved the eampalfa In k9- 

9 June 43 f^uuUatan and BelooebUtan, and commanded Che KcKb 

oa finv A.*\ "^^ ^* assault and capture of the fortre** of Ohuance, and 

»26 nov. 40 ^ ti,^ auaalt and capture of the fortress and citadel of 

P 16 Dec. 46 KbcUt. He eomnuuidtfd the Forces, as a Brigadier, in 

P 80 May 46 '^' southern Conean and Sawant Wariee Country 

^ r\ f Ao during the eani|ialgn of IB44 and 46. 

U J Une 40 , g capuin Pryce, Lts. Oldham and Rirkhy. serred 
P 26 Sept. 46 the campaign In the Southern MahratU country in 1B44 
I Yq,. A*t (including the storm uf the fortress of Punella), and that 
^ y^ 11 « oi A Ti *n »»>e Conean in 1845. 

George QoUop | p30 Apr. 47 1 

Paymoffer.— OUver Nicolls, 26 Nov. 46 ; Bm, p 18 Jan. 38 ; Lieut, 16 July 41. 

AdHuJtaia,— Lieut, Bdward Selby Smyth/ 16 Dec. 46. 

Quarter- Jtfof^tfr.— John Mansfield, 37 Oct. 46. 

Surgeon.— W^Xmai Harvey,' 30 July, 44 ; Attist.-Surg, 28 March, 84. 

Asaistant'Surgean, — £dward Scott Docker, 29 Dec. 40. 

JFaelngi Bine. — Agent^ Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, Bart., 
Armit, & Co. [_Retumedfrcm Bombay, 1 Jan, 1846.] 

1 Lord SaHBim lerred in SicUy, In 1M6 awl 7 ( Sir John M oore*i campaign in 1806-9, including the batOe of Corunna. 
BzpcdMoB to WakbCTen, 1809. Went to CadU in April 1811. and remained with the army until the end of the Peninsular 
■ar in ISI4, and wwm present at the Morming of Serille, passage of the Bldassao, baiUe of the NiTclle, actions of the »th, 
ISth Dee. Wit In firont of Didart, passage of the Adour, hloekpde af Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. Served 
aspnicn of 181&. faxlnding the batUes of QaaCre Bras and Waterloo, and the storming of Peronne. In Dec 1841 
Id iiiwiiaiiii of relnforoaaiciitt for China, and oamnanded a Brigade at the attack and capture of Chin 
_ Poo. 
S Mi^or Lloyd wai at Waterloo 18»h June, taking of Cambraj, 24th June, 1815, and capture of Paris. 
fl < i w ed one campa^ latter part of IBao against the Rajah of Kolapore. Also the campalfn in the Southern 
If abSMttSr Oamtrf in 18M (Incladtitg the etorming of Punella), and that In tlie Conean in IS45. 

7 Mr. Rarvey serred in medical charge of the 9th during the campaign of 1842, in Affghaniitan, including 
the actions at the Khyber Pass, Hamoo Khali, Jagdulluck, and Teseen, re-capture of Cabool (Medal), and 
takiJi« of isiaUff. 

S Lien^ Graniand Ttibhi, served the campaign of 1841 and 45 In the !<outhem Conean and Sawant Wan-re Country. 
ladadtnf the stomling ef iCTenl stockades, and the Investment and capture of the Forts of Monohui* and Munsuntoth. 

• Lt. Smytfi serred as Brigade Major to the Porccs la the Southern Conean and Sawant Warree Country during the cam> 
«tlSt* «s* 4k lafslwfiag Ihe stominf of levcfsl itoek«d«n, and the invcttmcAt and capture uf the Vortt of Monohur 



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3d {£. Kent) Regt. of Foot {or The Buffs.) \^^^^* 

" pAMiyavLA'* ** PcKTrtAii> CtHoneL 
9 Sir Menry Kia?.* CB. KCU. Com^/, 35 March, 94; Zteut 12 Aug. 95; Coii^. 
3 May, 00 ; M<^, 6 Feb. 07 ; LuniL-Col. 31 Dec. 11 ; Col. 27 May, «5 ; 
Majdf'Gtn. 10 Jan. 37 ; X^-(?en.9 Nov.46 ; CoU of the Bu&y 18 March, 45. 

Lieutenant'Colonel. 
Sir HiMB Dennis,* RGB. £ns. 2 Sept. 06 ; Zf. 12 Apr. 07 ; CapL 6 Ang. 03; 
Brevet-Major^ 13 Oct. 12; Brevet-^Lieut.-CoL 27 May, 26 ; RegtL^M^jor, 
25 Apr. 28 ; RegtL- Lieut, -Col. 4 June, 33 ; Col. 28 June, 38. 
Majort. — Charlea T. Van Straubenzee,* Bus. p 28 Aug. 28; tieut. > 29 Fel^ 

83 ; Capi. ^ 10 Mar. 37 ; MtQor, 27 Ang. 43 ; Brevet- U.-Col. 30 April, 44. 
I Donald Meent Cameron/ Ens. 26 April 28; Lieut. P 17 March 30; Camt. p 19 
March 40 ; Mojor, P 10 Dec. 47. 






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Captains. 

Patrick M*Kie* 

James IVilbot Atrey,* «. . . 

Harry Blair 

Geoige Bridge 

Hall Plumer Chamberlain 

Peter Browne 

Charles A. Cobbe 

Charles William Green . . 
Fred. Francis Maade,\ . • . 
HughSmith,«« 

LIKUTKNANT9. 

^m. John Dorehill,^.. .. 
Kenneth M'Kensie,^ r... 
Alex. Hamilton Robson^ 

llHnnas K&ins * 

James \Vm. RlcharUson^ 
James Swetenham ^ . . • . 

Walter Pownall 

Charles Hood 

Oarnctt Warburtou . « . . 
OeiH'ge James Ambrose. . 

Henry John King 

R. Q. Amherst Luard,Adj. 

Cortlandt Taylor 

Octav ius Cobb R<»oke . . . 
£n»i<»iica. 

John Henry Lukis 

Auy^uiitus Edward Ellioe 
Fred. Richard Berguer . . 

Johu Lewes 

Smith Ramadge 

Rob. Sandford Warburtou 



KNSIOIf. 



3 Nov. 12 

11 Feb. 30 

9 Dec. 27 

16 April 29 

Pl4Feb. 34 

20 Feb. 35 

P 6 July 38 

7 April 38 

13 Mar. 40 

P 8 Jan. 41 

p 16 Jan. 35 
3 June 36 
P 25 Dec. 38 
P 20 Nov. 39 
P 15 Nov. 39 
P 22 July 42 
P ODcc. 44 
P 26 June 44 
P 5 July 44 
P 4 July 45 
P 8 Aug. 45 
6 July 45 
P13 Feb. 46 
P 20 Nov. 46 



LIBUT. 



3 Nov. 14 
P 3 May 33 

9 Nov. 31 

21 Sept. 32 

p 3 June 86 

7 Dec. 38 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P 13 Mar* 40 
P27 Aug. 41 

1 Nov. 42 

10 Mar. 38 
P 31 May 39 



P 8 Aug. 45 
P 18 Oct. 45 
P20NOV. 4(i 



P 14 May 47 
p 10 Dec. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-VAl. 



30 Apr. 44 



p 3 Oct. 29 
p 22 July 42 
30 Dec. 43 
28 Jan. 44 
p 18 Feb. 46 
P SO Nov. 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 
p 14 May 47 
P 10 Deo. 47 
P 10 Dm. 47 

t Jl^or il«Kto sfTTM la (km 
NepanJwe war of 1814 aad U. 
Pment at the tiega and cayturv 
<w> .* <o. of Halrais. Served the MahnMbi 
P 29 May 40 1 Md PIndarree campaifna of 18ir 
20 May 42 1 and la, aad hi the Bunaeaa wa#, 

Anrii42 ''^n* Juue, ISM, until lU caa«> 
*^ citition In J 828, and waa wmtoA- 

ed at the aifaolt of Merffvie (^ 

Oct. IW4. Served aa aa AMbc* 

Adjutant-General In the aetjoa 

DQi ImIv xn'o^ MattanOpore, for whirb to 

1 r"*y tL rwclred the Brevet of M^r 
5 Nov. 46 and a Braose Star. 

P 23 Apr. 47 6 Captain Airey acted as Aide - 
de>Cainp to Sir Bobrrt 8ale at 
the ftoniiing of the Khoord On- 
bool Pats tn Oct. I Ml. and bad 
hia horn ikot under bhn. He 
■orved as Aide-de-Caiup to M^^ Oen. Elpkla- 
•tooe. In Aflklianlilan, from January 1841. and 
was prMcnt in every •Unnt»h or aortie made by 
the garrison fh>m the eantonmenia durinc the 
tavurraction at Cabo«|, and waa aflerwaida giv«a 
up a« a hoeiaic^. He acted aa Aide-de-Oaaa^ lo 
Sir John M'Caskm at the ttonning of iMaliC 
and was present with the Buft at Vbm battfe of 
Punoiar (medal). 



John Henry Lukisi 16 Sept. 45 

Au^aiAtua Edward Ellice p 9 Apr. 47 
Fred. Richard Berguer .. p 23 Apr. 47 

Johu Lewes p 14 May 47 

Smith Ramadge 15 May 47 

Rob. Sandford Warhurtou P 8 Oct. 47 

Goori^ Robert Gray 'p 10 Dec. 47 

Paynuuter.^VreA. Geo. Sy ms, 26 June 47 \ Ens. 22 Mar..44 ; Xieirf. V May 47. 

Ai^jtUani. — Richard Georgr* Aniherat Luard, 24 Deo. 47. 

quarter'Master.^--iow\^h Cartmail, 12 July, 39 ; Ens. 7 Dee. 88. 

5arp.— Robert Stevenaon,* MD., 2 Feb. 44; Assist.^Surg. 14 Matok, 34. 

Assistant'Surffeon. — George Fcmton Cameron, M.D., 7 July, 46. 

Facings Buff.— ^^en^, Charles R. M'Grigor, £m|.— Xfv4il^aKf,fiir B. R. 

Borough, Bt.t Armit, U Go. 
[Returned from Bengal, May, 1846.] 

1 sir Vtmrf Klaff sMTfd at the slef* of Pvrto llco. smI eapcure of Tiiaidad. in 1717. WWliS ^Mrtssed M 
• inilwatd of Marttaleiv, h* was atdsrvd la yreew d In a naall rewel to 8«. Plenv, wlib a drtaehmmt of 
[> rorm a gtiard for the Oorrnior, Sir Wm. K«pprl i ttwtmamvd a Preach frtvateir ef die Dlaasoad ISaA, 
MIC BtOM, wiUi ■evratr own on board, vhlch. after a sharp vtioa of twenty a^taatoi, was boalvn off «Mi a law of Sia «>« 
illvd. and Sfl»«« wevndMl « Sir Hcorf havtag only om aiu killed, aad hliaMtf weaadod In tbo i h oaM T. tHwd «tee 
'.«TPtUa eampolfn of I8SI. Iwladliic tbo action at tbo landii^ at Abunktr Bajr. slofo oT tbo caatlo. aad aetlopa of ttee tl« 
lire* aad Scb M^ at ■■hMinlo, at «rtaicb latter be maaiaaaili il a ivaadma of tbo SStb UfM Dia i iiaa, aid laMMa >%M 
<-«. KspHtitto* to Waif berra, and tttgc of f ttnbtaf. ISOS. Awot e nd Cemaondaal of Tarik la M^ aad !» Me e au l i ea 
I iM «l#Arace, bit eoaialMlaa aa Llettt Colonel *aa aatadatrd to ttie day ol the aawHilt. Slat D«c. IStl. iotefd t^^a Wol- 
melon Viacap a Aht day* after tbo boMlo ^ yaliwaawi t iMaiaanrtiit die SSM at ftao battto of Vlttnrla. aad 
r iii«' aetioo tbo faoBiaand of tba bviaado daTolved aa Ufea. Mf Bearjr bai eaoelead tba ISTHi 
\iK battlr of Vittnrta. 

S Sir Auaea Deaato ai^empaaled tbe ctpedltiaB le Coffonbacva la 1S0I, aad vaa wovadoA la 
4>rvi>a aatbelaai A—1ain war. ladadinf bBMo of 4>aiiaiowa (wewadod). al wdm of Port O a ut| i. aottaa ad Stoaey «*«««« 
•^mlMi In two placrff wittnautftet bolls, anS aUe loataasS br bavlaK Mebnat tbot, wbleb feU •« kim). aad actio* mt |te» 
Upidt at nooplM Croek, Caonaadcd a divlaioa aitbc battle of Ifabantfpoca, SStb Dae, ISaCa ateaae «l»r). fiteaWA W 
i.i« opptlnffd a R.C.B. 

3 l.t Col 4t<raab«nsf# aerred the eampalffa affalntt tbc RaiaboT Coots la ISM. laUia actloaof Vabar^feee oa «aa 
»ih Dee. ISilk he raccredrd «o tbe eeoMnand of tbe SStb regt. 

4 The Miowtait Oflkee* weec prcMai wttb tbe Regt. kt tbe batUeoT Pnaalar, tStb Dee. ISIS.aad baee rtcelvcd the 
1^' tor tbo aaaMk el9 —ll^er Caaiiiiai, Captaiai Maade aod SnlOi, Lleott Dorrhdl (wnoaded aa nsbt ride ef 
4«K<ti«le. likwai (liad bli bent tba* nndte bHa), Ralna aad RMmdaoa. and Dortor 9ie«f«Mi«, 

7 Lt. Sa li i a l— i wm wta it ly anaa d rd la tta rtcMlet. aad rtlfMlyoa tte l«4k tbk. wbiirt ei 
j.;oMr ef »e ><^ as lae baWiaag falai', oa tbo SStb Dee. ISO: bebaateeeNod tbe Broaie Star, 





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90 I9& 



•• ThAUtH ^ JBngtand "— •' CORUNNA"— '* BAJ)AJ0Z»— •• SALAMANCA »»— *VITTOIllA»* 

*' ST. SEBASTIAN ••^" NIVE"— " PENINSULA"—" BLADENSBURO"*-'* WATSBLOQ,'* 
Caianei.^9 ^tr Thomas Bradford/ GCB. GCH. Sns. *20 Oct. 1793; JLieui^ 

9 Dec. 93; Capt. 15 April, 94; j|f<{;0r, 9 Sept. 96; Zieut.-Col. 1 Jtn. 1801 ; 

CoL 25 Joly^ 10; Mq/ar-Gen, 4 June^ 13; XMtt/.-(?tffi. 27 Hay, 25; &«ii. 

23 Nov. 41 ; Col 4th liegt. 7 Feb. 46. 
Zieutenant'Colanelt.-^lltnTy Wm. Breton, J5'n#. 16 March, 15; Xf . P27 July, 20 ; 

Capi,P2l July, 25; M(0. Pdl Dec. 28; X^-Co/.p11 July,34; Cd, 9 Noy.4d. 
John Leslie,* KH. JBru, 7 Aug. 1806; Lieut. 2 Jane, 08 ; Capt, 90 Not. 09; 

Afiq[/0r, P I Jan. 19 ; Lieut.-CoL p 29 Aug. 26 ; Col. 23 Nor. 41. 
Mqfort.^9 WUliam Sadlier,« Bru. 2 AprU, 07; Xieii^. 4 May, 09 ; Capt. 26 

Aug. 26; MqjoTyA Feb. 38. 
Thomaa WUIiams, Ens. P 12 Sept. 22; Lieut, p 7 July, 25; Capt. p 17 June 28; 

Brev.'Mqf., 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqjor, 1 June, 45. 



Captains. 

ThomaA Faunee* 

Fkfqahar M. Campbell . . 
Fred. Leopold ArUiur, s. 

Geoige Kennedy 

William Bell 

Charles Staniforth Host 
Wm. Charles Sheppard 

John Joaiah Hort 

Hereoles Atkin Welman* 

William Wllby 

Lieutenants. 

Jas. Alex. Madigan 

W^. Wyndham Bond, s, . . 
John Lennox MacAndrew 
John Cowell Bartiey .... 

O .Latham Thomson,*ii ^j. 
David Francis Chambers 
John Gray Bolton ...... 

Henry BatsonBamsbottom 
Theobald Pepper Roberts 

Henry FitzGerald 

John Hallowes 

Dominic Jacotin Gamble 

George Collins 

Arthur Vaaghan D. Harris 
Geoige Fred. Cory ton . 
G eorgeH amiltonTwemluw 

George Leslie 

Charles William Aylmer 
John Norris M'Kelvey . . 
John Richard Lovett .... 
John WiUlsrm Percy .... 
James Wliite Minchin . . 

Ensigns. 
Artirnr Ridgway Poyntz 
Francis Bdwin Mounsell . . 
WatkSn Teneh Little .... 

Thomas Knutt 

Geoige Augustus Morgan 
Sdward Mulso Purvis . . 
Octavius Yorke Cocks . . 
CharlesCoUins 



BNSKiN. 



5 AprU 27 

3 Aug. 30 

P 6 Dec. 33 

P24Dec. 33 

30 Nov. 15 

P 9 Oct. 36 

11 June 29 

20 Nov. 40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P27 May 36 

23 June 37 
P 4 Nov. 36 
P 14 Dec. 38 
P 26 Apr. 39 
p 27 July 88 
P31 Jan. 40 

26 Jan. 41 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 16 Nov. 41 
p 10 Mar. 43 
P 19 April 44 

29 Mar. 44 
P23July 44 

2 Aug. 44 
Pll Oct. 44 

22 Nov. 44 

21 Dee. 44 
P 26 Feb. 45 
P 28 Nov. 45 

21 Apr. 46 
PBOJuly 44 

16 Sept. 45 
P 12 June 46 

22 May 46 
28 Aug. 46 
22 Dec. 46 
22 Apr. 46 

P30Mar. 47 
11 Nov. 45 



LIBUT. 



P 12 Nov. 29 
P 6 Dec. 33 
P 3 July 36 
P 1 July 36 

26 Apr. 28 
P 6 Oct 37 

10 Nov. 34 
P30Sept.42 

16 Mar. 43 
P 7 Oct. 37 

P 14 Dec. 38 

9 Mar. 39 

P 8 May 40 

P 20 Oct. 40 

9April41 

6 May 42 

30 Jnly 42 

P28 June44 

2 Aug. 44 

12 Sept. 44 

Pll Oct. 44 

P 25 Feb. 45 

15 July 45 
18 Nov. 45 

P 14 Apr. 46 

16 May 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 28 Aug. 46 
P 1 1 Dec. 46 
P 2 Mar. 47 
PdO Blar. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 



P 23 June 37 
P 6 Oct. 87 
P 8 June 38 
p 16 Mar. 39 

2 July 41 
P26 Feb. 46 

1 June 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 

3 Feb. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAl. 



9 GoloDtl LeMIs was at the 
taking of TrsTaoc^ra In ISOS; 
alto at the capture of Ibe 
iKlaad of Bourbon, and the 
Ille of Praaee $ present ia the 
engagement* in Java, the lOth, 
22d, and 26th Aug. 1811. Semcd 
in the Pindarree war In 1817 
Army of oeoupathm in Frane^ 

4 Major ^Sadller lerved fai 
Sicily from July 1806 to Jiaae 
1812, and vaa preaent at the 
capture of the Iilandt of Iscbla 
and Procida. Served lubst- 
queotly in the Peninsula, in- 
cluding the battle of CaatalU 
and siege of Tarragona, aetien 
at Villa Franca, befides various 
minoraffairs; served alio ia the 
American war, Including the 
attack on Piattsburg. 

6 Captain Fauoce served ta 
command of the Light Com- 
pany, at the re*capture of the 
Fo.-t of Nepattnce,2 litH«b.l641 . 

7 Ca^ Bam atrvca the eunpalfn 
in Um Baatcra Ulaod*, aad «M at 
the taklaff of Maeanar in I8U. 

Sct^td the Mahnrtu eaaapalfB of 1817 aad 18, and was 
sercrely wounded at Bhurtpore in 1818. 

8 Lieut. TtaonuoD scrred in the CaO^ War, under 
Sir Bei^. irUrban. 

11 Air. Oartnell served with the 4th Light 
Dragoons during the campaign in At^hanisua 
under Lord Keane, andwaa presentatthaatege 
and capture of Ohuinee (Medal). 



Paynuut€T.-^amt% Bum^^ 6 Feb. 35) EnM. 1 Oct U; lAeut. 16 June, 13; 
A^l^mit. — Lieut. George Lutbam Tbomfton, 15 July 45. \^Capt. 19 Dec. M. 
Quarter'Master.—^^meB Perry, 23 July, 44. [Hotp.-Amiat. 8 May, 28. 

.iAirynra.— Tho§. Qalbraith Logan,* M.D., 30 Aug., 42 ; Anitt.-Strrg. 29 July, 30 ; 



■ 



Facings Blue. 

AgentSf Measrs. 

Cox & Co. 



Assistant'Surgeons. — James Mouat, 14 Dec. 38. 

Richard Gamble, M.D., 8 June, 41. 
Tho.DehaneLightbody,M.D.,8Apr.42. 
served In Ireland during the Rebellion in 17V8. He was employed as an AsalstSLat 
A4jatant-Ocneral with the Armv in Hanover under Lord Caihcart in I80;>; al o in tJie same capacity the 
follewfaf Hh^ar f»the troops under Sir 8. Auehrontj denlined to reinforce (ieneral Bcresford ia tlio HIver 
Piate^in September, however, he was appointed Deputy Adtjut ant-General end Chief of that OeparmeUt to 
the Woa|to aervbig In Sooth America : during this rampsign he wan prvsent ut the niege of Monte Video and 
the alttek prrvloos to ft, as also that on Buenos Ayres. In June 1B08 he was appointed lo the A<Utttaiil 
OcQemTa l>Biar^XDeiit of tJie Army in Portugal, and was present at the bnttlea of VlmU'ra aad Conmna. 
Be amnndeff a brigade of the Portuguese A/m> from the end of 18U tu the gcneml peaee te 1814, and 
vas eosagcd at the battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battle of Vittoha, aMault of Tolosa, fttack of tho 
oatworiba of San Sebastian and siege of that fortress, actions of the Nive on the 9th, lOtii. 11th, and 18th 



Stk B^ of Foot {NorthunAerbm dJFusilkrs) t jgg 



m B«tt.t«bw ftf HMaWn^WMly, <f 



▼•d Batt. 



do. 



47. 



Qwo fiUa roeamtf*' mMrmowUtng SL Georgcand the Dragon. On tks ernntn ttf tMs 9nd Mldlkr «>« 
HoM and Crowa ; 0w IA« 0ap« lAe Klng'a Great ; also St. 0«orge kllliOK tha Draffan. ** WILHELM tTAML" 
— " ROLEIA"— " VIMIERA"— " CX)RUNNA"— »»BU8AC0»»— " CIUDAD RODRIGCT— '* BADAJOZ"— 
" SALAMA NCA"—" VITTORU"— " NIVELLE"r-** 0RTHE8"— " TOULOUSE "— *♦ PraJINSULA." 

Colonel. 
9 Sir jMper Nlcolls,' KCB. JEns, 24 May, 1793 ; Lieut. 25 Nor. 94 ; Capi. 12 

Sept. 99 ; Mqfor, 6 July, 1804 ; Lieut. -Col. 29 Oct. 07 ; CoL 4 Jane, 14 ; 

Mqj.'Qen, 19 July, 21 ; Lt.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 6th FasUiert , 4 April, 43. 
Lieut. 'Colonel. — J^ David England JohnBon,' Ens. 9 Feb. 04; Li, 29 Dec 

04 ; Capt. 12 March, 12 ; Breoet-Mt^or, 22 July, 30 : Major, P 29 Dec 87 : 

Lieut.'Col.9Vor.46. 
r. James Smith Schonswar, Comet, p5 Mar. 29; Lieut. V17 Dec. 80: Capt, 

P6 May, 36 ; Mqf. p2 Aug. 44 ; Lt-Col. 20 July 47. 
2tr<Vor#.— John Speaee,' JEri*. 7 Nov. 22 ; Lieut. 26 June, 24 : Capt, p 6 Not. 

29 ; MaJ. 9 Nov. 46. 
r. PhiUp M. Nel»on Guy, Ens. p 23 Sept. 24 ; Lieut, p 12 Jane 28 ; Capt. p 29 

Dec, 37 ; M(o'. 20 July 47. 



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Captaiks. 



2d 



LIEUT. 



LIEUT. 



r. John Woodward. . 
Fm. Blchard Pyner 
r.Walt.Craufurd Kennedy 
r. Henry F. F. Johnson. . 
James Egbert Simmons^ 
r. Wm. Seymour Scroggs 

Felix Ashpitel 

William Chester Master 
r. George Bryan Milman 

r. Griffin Nicbolas 

r. Henry Edmunds 

John Wallace Colquitt . . 

LlEUTBNAMTS. 

r. Jas. Archibald Forrest 

William Lyons, Aii^ 

George Benny 

r. Thomas Bellew 

r. Ferdin. W. L'Estrange 

Hambly Knapp 

Arthur Watson Palmer.. 
John Bwaine Hogge .... 
rGarthshorcStirlingHome 
r, Arthur England Johnson 
John Henry Chads .... 
Leopold FitzGerald .... 
r. F^rands Henry Pender 
William HiU Fonter* .. 
John Urban Vigots* . • • . 

2nd LlBUTBNANTS. 

George John Stewart. • . . 

r. C. Carter^ At(f 

r.Joseph W. Tate Dickson 
Albert Ernest Ross .... 

r. John Flood 

Wm. Henry Petty Meard 

George Bennett 

John William Madden . . 
r, Wm. T. Fra. Wallace. . 

r, William Leach 

r. Legh Richmond Parry 



P 6 Nov. 29 
22 Nov. 33 
27 Oct. 31 
22 Nov. 36 
20 Jan. 32 

P 12 Juued6 



p 10 May 33 
P 9 Feb. 38 

10 Nov. 34 
P 23 April 39 

29 May 35 
P 21 June 39 



P 28 Apr. 87 P 24 Apr. 40 
P 23 April 39 P 26 Oct. 41 
P 24 May 39J 20 Sept. 42 
8 April 34 1 26 May 30 
P 8 April 36 P 15 Mar. 39 
P17Jan. 40 p 30 Dec. 42 



P 6 Mar. 40 

15 Jan. 41 

1 Nov. 42 

P 22 April 42 

27 Dec. 42 

P 20 Jan. 43 

24 Feb. 43 

P 9 June 43 

24 Feb. 44 

26 July 44 

9 Jan. 41 

P 13 Feb. 46 

P 27 Mar. 46 

P22JuIy 42 

P27 Feb. 35 

P31 July 46 

13 Nov. 46 

1 Dee. 46 

22 Dec. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 
P29Dec. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 

20 July 47 



P 20 Jan. 43 
12 Sept. 43 

1 May 44 
P 30 Dec. 45 

9 Jan. 46 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P31 July 46 

9 Nov. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 
12 May 44 



CAPTAIN. 'bBBY.-VAJ. 



p 12 June 40 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P21 Feb. 40 
P 20 Jan. 43 
P 23 July 41 
9 Nov. 40 
P 24 Oct. 45 
P20Dec. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
22 Dec. 45 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 20 July 47 






t LI.-G0I JoliBion tmbarked 

with hia K^neat on tka ci- 

pedltion to Usoover In 1806, 

aud iraiahipwrcckvdandtakm 

piiioner. Accumpsnied tka 

eip«ditlon to South AiSariea 

In ISOOy and waa fmHiit at 

the ttormiog of Bueaoa A jrcb. 

Sened aftenrarda In the Pm- 

ioiola from June 1868 to Jaa. 

1809» and flroM Jana IdW to 

B An » 1- An> D^embar IBia^ iiichidi% th« 

P 20 July 47 , battle* of Ruleia. Vivien, 

P 30 July 47 Lugo, Corunna, Bdno^ lU- 

22 Dec. 45 i*"**^ Sabujcal (wottSdadX 

pen Knv 1ft '"*"*~ d*Om»r, El Bbdoi^ 

fault and capiuraof tbf rSadvl, 
alafe and ttonninj^ of dydad Rodric# (••-. 
▼araly woondad at iht aaianU)^ and baitlc of 
Salamanca. 

8 Major Spence tarred ai^alnct the JUhflitcca 
from MoTeniber 1822 to 18«». 

4 Captain Stmmona aenred tha aampaifB 
in Aflbhaaistan and Belooehiataa, aa Adpttaat 
of the Queen'* Kojrala, lacludinc the ilcavi 
and capture of Ghuxnee (Medal) and Khelat; 
at the ctorra of each of ' 
waa aevarely wounded. 



P 30 



[P29 Dea 4a 
Dee; 46; JUeut. 



P 21 July 47 
P 30 July 47 
Pflyma«rer.— Wm. R. C. Potter, 80 July 47 ; 2rf Lieut, 
At{futanU,^Lieut. Wm.Lyonfl, 12 Sept 43. 

r. 2d Ueut. Charlea Carter, 20 July 47 . 
Quarter'Maeters.—r, Bernard M'Donald, 20 July 47. 

Robert Wcbater, 23 July 47. 
Suraemu,^Wm, Ord Mackenzie, M.D., 8 Jan. 47 ; Aetkt.-Snrg. 4 Jan. 90. 

r. Wm. Sail, M.D., 13 July 47 ; Aetist.^Surg, 10 May 89. 
iiMif^.-5iffyeDn#.^Robcrt Fraser Bobb, M.D., 7 Aug. 46. 

r. Dudley Hanley, M.D., 20 July 47. 
Faeingi Bright Green.— i4jFCTif#, Mewri. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from QibralUr, 12 May, 1843.] 
I Sir Jafper NIcoHs aerred In the Mahmtta war, and waa at the battle of Ancaum, and at the aiap 
itorm of Oawlel Ohur. Joined Lord Cathcart'a army in Hanover, In 18M. Aocompoaled tha expcdittaa 
loder OenermI Craufurd to Sooth America, in 180fl, and commanded a column at the aM mntm Ma«Moa 
Hyrea, In July 1807. Embarked for Spain In IHW, and comroantird the Mlh at Ihc baiiJ* of Con»m«> |*nw 
reeded to Wale beren In I80U. Employed In the Nrpaol war, and commands a torn, and «ia(|Mi«a th« 
jrovJnce of Kumaoon, April 1815. Ser?rd as a Brluadier in the Piiidam-e wnr, and for a Uiiie rommao«»M 
he centre division. At tlM li^^e of lltiurtpore. he commanded the second divifion of Injantry. cnaa ls ltu p c«f 
three b»l aJrc which divialoii e^rtitd the left breach on the lAth Jan. ISM. Medal for Coruaaa. 



Bati 




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r 



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75 



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Hair 



M lftAJls/dl99«;*'-'>OB Uw three eornen of the Meond oolovr, " th$ lto$0 and Vrowtt, '^-^AMha ^ 6r«na« 
«!«»' ttpt, - TiU JCiii^ Crnt,» — " ROLEIA" — •• TIM IBR A" — «• CX)HUUNA" — ••Tn!TORlA"-^< 
••FYREKEBS^— « NITKLLE"— ^ 0RTHE8"— " PENINSULA*'—" NIAGARA." 

CoUmel.—Sir George Niigeait,* JBarf. GCB. Entign, 6 July, 1773 ; Li69t. 2a' 

Not. 75; Ca^, 28 April, 78; Jf<V9r, 3 May, 83; JLieut.^Col. 8 Sept, 89; 

Col I Mar. 94; Mqjor.-Gen. 3 May, 06; Lient.-GeH, 25 Sept. 1808; <;«R. 

4 June, 13; FM^t/ Marshal, 9 Not. 46; C<?;. 6th Begt. 20 May, 06. 
Zieutenant'Colonels.— John Michel, JSnsiffn, P 3 Apr. 28 ; Lieut, p 28 Ap* 25 -, 

Capt, P 12 Dec. 20 ; Mqjcr, p6 Mar. 40; LUut.^Col. p15 April, 4^. ' 
r. John ffoUiott Crofton,' Efuign,lB Dec 24; Lieut. P20 Aug. 26; CapL p 17 

July, 36 ; Mqjor, p 15 Aprils 42 ; Lieut,'Col, 7 Aug. 46, 1 ' 

3fq/or^.— Randal Burnley, Comet , p30 Dec 24; Lient, p8 Oct 25; Capt. 

P 14 Aug. 27 ; Brevet-Mqfor, 23 Not. 41 ; Mqjwr^ 26 July, 44. 
r. John Thomas Griffith8,^iut^,6 Sept 14 ; Lieut, p 17 May, 21 ; Capt, 1 Sept. 

31 ; Major, 7 Aug. 46^ __^ 



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Captains. 
Tho." Sidney Powell ' . . . . 
Robt W. M*Leod Fraser 
Morris James Hall 



P 13 May 26 

5 July 33 

P 15 Mar. 33 

r. J. Elphinston Robertsoni p 8 April 37 



ENSIGN. 



1 



I.ZEUT. 



r. George Finlay* 
Edward F. Crowder'. . 
r. Reginald Peel .... 
r. John CmTen Manseigh 
Edward Staunton 
Edward James Blanckley 
r. Wm. F. Vise, Chewton^ 

r. Henry Balguy 

Lieutenants. 
Charles Henry Dowker.. 
r. William Albert Stratton 
Hcm.A.G.C.ChichestOT,aii 
r. Darid Henry Elrington 
Thomas Henry SomervilJe 
Godfrey Annytage .... 
Geoige Grant Webb*. . • . 
r. Wm. Edward Robertson 
r. Henry Pratt Gore. . . . 
r.Wm. Lewis Penneiathcr 
r. Philip Augustus Mosse 
r. Thomas Fred. Puleston 
Wm. FrazerGeo.Servantes 
Charies Parker Catty .. 
Richard Thompson .... 

Ensigns. 
r. John Richard Blake . . 
Frederick William Gore.. 
Robert ProTO Norris . • . . 
r.W.Lee,^<M2. Q.M.S8Juoe44 
r.C. H .T. BrucedeRuyignes 
r.HcnryJohnNewtonKing 
John Hen. Ford Eiklngtou 
Fra. W. H. M'Cleland 
r. Augustus Dayies. . . 
Alexander Shuldhum 



p 17 Not. 37 
15 June 39 

P 5 June 40 
26 Nov. 30 

17 May 31 
22 May 35 

18 July 41 
P 29 Apr. 42 

p 7 Jan. 42 

27 May 42 
P 19 Feb. 41 
P 7 Oct. 42 

25 Oct 42 
P 1 Not. 42 

20 Mar. 40 
P 14 April 43 
P21 July 43 

30 Apr. 41 

16 Apr. 42 
P 19 Not. 44 

2 July 41 
P 2 May 45 

8 Aug. 45 

P 27 Feb. 46 
P 9 June 46 
p 10 June 46 

28 July 46 

30 July 46 

31 July 46 
28 Aug. 46 

3 Not. 46 
P 4 June 47 



P31 May 31 
P 17 July 86 
7 Jan* 36 
P21 Jane 30 
P 15 Apr. 42 
P 1 Not. 42 
P 14 April 43 

11 July 34 
4 Dec. 34 

17 Jan. 38 
P25 Aug. 4^ 
P 20 Oct 43 



P 7Jiily43 
P 19 Not. 44 
P22Noy. 42 
P 2 May 45 
P28N07. 45 
P 29 Not. 45 
P 28 Dec. 41 
p 9 June 46 
p 10 Jane 46 

31 July 46 

31 July 46 

31 
7 Aug, 46 

29 Jan. 47 
P12 Not. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



P 13 Not. 85 

P 15 Apr. 42 

P 1 Not. 42 

P 27 Oct 43 

P19NOT. 44 

P 2 May 45 

P28No¥. 45 

31 July 46 

31 July 4G 

7 Aug. 46 

P 13 Aug. 47 

P 13 Not. 47 



BUEV.-^A/. 



23 Jul|y 39 



S LL CbU Crofhm iru Apfoiatott 
Pcnlaa iBterpreter to th« fotoa 
aadcr^flcadler-OciMrml Llt«bSrta.' 
in Aoffutt, leSt. and Krred with it* 
thioiiglMmt the •rduous opcrariom- 
ia Parktir. aad cfaiqit tb« Tlibet 
In tbc N. W. DcMrt, wbleh cntod' 
In Um («kln« at Balm^eK 

S M^cr PoveH Mrrad u Aldr* 
d«-CMnp and Penlaa Inlcrptttcr to 
Lord Keane tbroufbout tb« 
paign oT ias*9 In AffghaaUtan. i 
baa rredvad a BMdal for Obupntc. 

4 Lord Chewton irfTad wliU the 
MDitla in (he rapptetilon oC tbo 
IniaiMetlao tn CAna4ai and witli 
July 46ltk« KM in Ibe canl|M^fn pn lb* 
SutleJ io 1844. ineiudfo^ tbe bctti^ 
of Sobraon (medal). 

ft Caputs* Pittlay add Cn>«(l«r. 
and Doctor If urt«fb, tri* the e#er« 
tire men of tb« wiqf of tb« 6Ul 
Befft CMtitmed dt Advta, roanctl' 
part of an expcditiofi of fiOO m^n utder «he ro^uaand 
of Lieut. Col. Pcnnyeuiek, which destroyed tht Arab 
potta of Sbelk Mcdl and Sbeifc Othman, and sklttnkhcd 
between ttioee place* on ttie e«h Oct. 1841. 

« Lieut. Webb Nrred with tbe Lef| Wing! ofthe 
Quecn'i RofaU durinf the c a m paign of 11144 an| 44 in 
the Soattiem Concan and Sawant Warree CDuniry» in* 
eluding tho Homing of Mveral atoctodea. dnd ^e In. 
veetmcnt and capture of Uio Porta of If oBoh^r and 
kfunauntoth. 

7 KmIgn Lee eerved with tbe Boyal M arinei at the 
capture of the Ulaod of Oarabuaa, together idth lefioral . 
piratical Teasela in its harbour* in 18M-9. 



. P 8 Oct 47 

EdwaMi Lloyd JP 12 Nov. 47 

Paymaster. — John Mackintoab, 14 Aug. 46; 2nd Lieut, 5 July, 08 ; Ideut. 15 
Adl3UtaiU».—r, Bnsign William Lee,^ 28 July 46. [Aug, 05. 

Lieut. Hon. Augustus George Charles Chichester, 22 Oct 47. 

Quarter-Maetert.— John Croker, 28th July, 46. 

r. George Pollard, 28 July» 40. [4 Dec 26. 

5ur^eorM.— John Murtagh/ M D., 2 July, 41 ; Astt.-Surg. 1 1 Feb. 30 ; Hosp.-A ut. 
r. PeterRobert8on,M.D.2July,41; ^. 5.,12 Jan.26; H.^.,24 Nov. 25. 

Amttant'Surgeon*. — r. William Duncan, 8 Not. 39. 
r. John William Mostyn, M.D., 8 March, 44. 

I Henry Vereker Bindon, 12 June 46, [Armii, Si Co. 

Facingt Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co^ — Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, ^f ., 

I Sir Oeorga Nugent Mrred in the flrst American war, from Sept. 1777 unUI its termination in 1783, and wai wmplo^ed oa 
the Expedition up RudM>n*« River for the relief of Oraeral Burgornc's anny ; present alto at tho capture of Porta Mout> 
gomery and Clinton, by attault. and on TarieuB other deaultory terricoa. Accompenied the brigade of Ouarda to the Coit> 
gkaom, fa March* 1798, and eerred the campaign of that year i preeeni at tbe aiege of Valeneienaaa, actioaa of St. Amaad, 
I larrltire. A«. aad on tho army gaing Into winter quartan he returned home for the purpoM of raiting a ragt,» tho SMh. la 
•»pt. 17M. ha aoeomfaniod hla regt . to Walchercn, where ho held tbe local rank of Bricadier*Geoeral \ and, in Oct. Joined 
Oa May oTtba Duke of York, and obtained tbe coaunand of a brigade of the lire, c intoned in and near to the luva of Xi«l 
ia ikt Waak CooMaaadtd the Northern District In Ireland during the whole of tho RebelUoo. 



*^Ulf^;S?'"-] IthRegtqf Foot, {Royal Funliers.) [^.•i^SSST 

Id «he centre of the colours, The <' Ros^' within the ^'Gartet** and the '< Crmtm'* oter il. 
And in the comers of the second Colour, The " White Horse.*' <' MABTiinqra* — 
"Talatbra" — "Albuher A"—- "Bad Ajoz" — " Salamanca" — " Vittobia" — 
" PrRBNBBd*' — ^"Obthbs" — ^* Toulousb" — ** Pbninsula." 



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Colonel. 
9 Right Hon. Sir Edward Blakeney/ KCB. GCH. Comet 28 Feb. 1794 ; Xinc^, 
24 Sept. 94; Capt. 24 Dec. 94; Mqfor, 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lieui.'CoL 25 April, 
08: Col. 4 June, 14; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 26; Lieut,'Gen. 28 June, 96; 
Col. 7th Fusiliers, 20 Sept. 32. 

LietU.'CoUmel. , 
Frederic Farquhanon, Sru. 17 Sept. 13; Lieut. 25 May, 14; Capt. P23 Sept. 
19; MqfOTy P 29 June, 30 ; Lieut.-Col. p 7 Sept. 32 ; Col. 9 Not. 46. 

Mq^ort. 
Ucy Walter Yea, Ens. p6 Oct. 25; Zieui. p19 Dec. 26; Capt. P90 PecSa; 

AqjoTf PS June, 42. 
Richard WUbraham,> 2it<f Lieut., p 25 Mar. 28 ; Lieut. 25 May, 33 ; Capt. P29 
July, 36; Brev.'Mqjor, 31 De<^ 41 ; AfeycTT, P19 Jan. 44. 



Captains. 



P24Jan. 34 
P23 May 34 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 8April36 
p25 Aug. 37 
P18 Mar. 36 
P 7April37 
29 Sept. 37 
P 5 July 39 
P 4 July 39 



T. St. v. H. C. Troabridge 
Robert Stuart.'... 
Arthur John Pack 
Charles Stewart Cochmne 
2/oii.W.Lygon Pakeoham 
/fait.CharIes Luke Haie,f . 

Wm. I«wls Grant 

Wm. R. Browne 

Herb. Wat. Wms.Wynn 
William Hopson Hopson 

lilEtJTBNAMTS. 

Frederick Mills, d. a4jt. 
£dm. H. Wilson Bellairs 
George Christian Wilson 
William Monck, A<{^.. . . 

Plomer J. Young 

Henry Aylmer Porter . . 
John Donovan Vomer . . 

Robert Kaye, s. 

Fred. John 0. Whitehead 
George Rashletgh Edgell 
Dugald Stewart Miller . . 
Charles Edward Watson 
Augustus Alex. Ruxton. . 
W.H. Dominic FitaGerald 
ThomasBeckwith Speedy*' 15 Mar. 39 
WilllamJesseHoare,<tpm.' P 12 Jtin. 44 



ElfSION. 



P 25 Jan. SO 
PI6N0V. 41 

15 Dec. 40 
P28 Aug. 40 

11 May 38 
P 30 May 43 
P 24 Sept. 41 

10 Nov. 39 
P25 Nov. 42 
P 14 July 43 
P27 Sept. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 25 Aug. 43 
P 8 Oct. 44 



LIBUT. 



PSODec. 36 
1 1 June 37 
P 5 May 37 
P17 Aug. 38 
P31 Aug. 38 
P 7 Dec. 38 
P 28 July 40 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 28 Dec. 41 



CAPTAIB. 



BBBVBT" 
MAJOB, 



P 1 April 42 
clG Aug. 42 
P 19 May 43 
P 29 April 42 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P 14 June 44 
P 23 Aug. 44 

27 Sept 44 
P 8 Oct 44 
P20Dec 44 
P 8 Aug. 45 
p 8 Aug. 45 
P 24 Oct. 40 
P27 Mar. 46 

23 Oct. 41 
P 1 May 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P 1 May 46 
P22 0ct. 47 
P 5 Nov. 47 
P24 Dec. 47 



P 14 Dec. 41 
P 2 Sept. 42 
P23 June 43 
P 12 Jan. 44 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P 23 Aug. 44 
P 23 May 45 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P28 Apr. 46 
P24Dec 47 

a MiOor Wllbrsbam itrved 
the Syrwn CAiap»ltn of \%¥^ 
41, including tbv advanee oa 
Oaia and affklr near Atktioa. 

8 tX. Speedy ienrvd Uiecam- 
palgnt of 184 1 and 42, in the tSih 
Light In aiitrjr, and waapraatnc 
at the •tonning of the kboord 
C'-abool Fati, aflkir of Teicttn, 
forcing the JogduUuck Paea, 
reduction of the FDrt of Mamoo 
Kiiail, defence of Jellalabad nd 
•ortiff on th« I4t]i Nuf . and 1st 
Ltoc 1841, llth MarrJi, 94tli 
March, and Ut April 1848, aad 
general action and defeat of 
AlibarKhan. Medals br iaU»- 
labad and Cabool. 



P 12 July 45 

Harry Lee Carter p 14 Apr. 43 

RichardWilliamAIdwortb Pl9Aug. 44 
C. Fra. Berens Dawkins p 31 Dec. 44 

John Busby ' p 3 Oct. 45 i'^ft uec. 47 

Pai^moifer.— Thomas GUley, 11 May. 38 ; Lieut, k. At^. 9 Not. 30. 
Aifjutant.— Lieut. William Monck, 20 March, 46. 
O IQuarter'Master. — John Hogan, 1 Oct 47. 

^tfT^etm.—John Mitchell, M.D. 12 Jan. 44 ; Assist. -Surg. 13 Not. 32* 
Assistant Surgeons. — ^Thomas Moore Sunter, M.B., 6 Oct. 43. 
William Sedgwick Saunders, 6 Nov. 46. [&Co. 

FacmgsBhie. — Agents, Messrs. Cos k. Co.—Irith Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armlt, 
I Sir Sdermrd Blakeaey aeeumpanied the eipedition under Major Gen. White to the Wect Indiea, and wna 
present at the capture of Demerara, Berbice, and Easequiho, In ITUfc in the coarse of ibis eenrlce he Has 
three times taken prisoner bjr Privateers and suffered severe bardtffelps. In 1790 he accoapanled th« expe- 
dition to Holland, and was present in the actions of the lOth and Itfth Sept., and also In thties of the tod 
and 0th October. In I8C7 lie sailed with the Royal Fusiliers to the Baliicj Joined Lord Cathcait^ flspedA- 
tlon, sad «at prses n l at tba oaptare «f the Danish FItel and sarrender of Copeobam. In I60e he was 
present at the capture of Martinique. In ItU he sailed for Lisbon in coaaaieadof ttie Facfllere, and duilnf 
that and the foUowlnf campaifos of 1S19» IS, and 14, he was present at the battles of Busaco and Al b a hsm 
seTereljr woonded tbroagh the thigh ; action at Aldea de Ponte, sitites of Ciudad Rodrifo and la<mos — 
•everely woonded through the mnn at the assault i battles of Vlttoria, Pampeluna, Pji rencea, and Nlvelle, 
besides Tanoos minor actions. la 1914 be Joined the furoe acalnet Mew Orleans, and was present at the 
ntsaiilt of the lines before that place. In IS 10 he Joined the aimj la Belgmm, and was pretenl at the 
capture of Paris. Sir Edward baa recalTed a croas aad oee clasp for Jiartlnlq«M» Albuberai 8a4^|oc, 
VUtoria, aad Pyraae et . 



1 



H ^''l 8/A ( The King's) Regiment of Foot [S'^i:] 1«9 

!■» White H0r8e^ on a red ground within the ^^OarterJ* and the ** Crown" over it. 
In the three conkers of the second colour, the *^ Royal Cypher arid Crown" *^ Nee 
tupera terrmt," The **Sphinx;* with the words ** EGYPT — " MARTINIQUE" 
-^« NiAGARA.** 

Colonel, 
Sir Gordon Dnimmond,i GCB. JBns. 21 Sept. 1780 ; Lt. 81 Mur. 91 ; Capt. 31 

Jan. 92; Afq;. 28 Feb. 94; Lt.-CoL 1 Maroh, 94 ; Col. 1 Jan. 9S ; Afq; ^Gen, 

1 Jan. 05 ; Lt.-Qen. 4 June, 1 1 ; Qen, 27 May, 25 ; Col. 8th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. 

Lieut,' CoUmeli, 
Henry Winchcombe Hartley, Em. 10 Sept. 18 ; Lieut, 1 Oct. 20; Capt, p 1 Oct. 

25; Brevet'Mqjor, 28 June 38; Migor,P2j Oct. 41 ; Lt.-Col, p 16 Dec. 45. 
John Longfield, En*. p23 June 25; Xteu^ p 26 Sept. 26 ; Copr.PSO Jan.35; 

Mq^, P 19 Nov. 44 : Lieut. 'Col. 3 Apr. 46. 
Af<^'or«.— Edward Harris Greathed, Ens. p 22 June, 32 ; Lieut, P 10 May, 33 ; 

Capt. P 27 Apr. 38 ; Mqj. p 3 Apr. 46. 
Francis Saunderson Holmes, Ens. p 8 Feb. 33 ; Lieut. 6 July 35 ; Capt. p 26 

Oct. 41 ; Mqjor, p 28 Apr. 46.^ 



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Captains. 

Stephenson Brown 

Fred. Douglas Lumley . . 

Coulthurst Holder 

John Hinde 

John Long Marsden .... 

James Speedy 

James Johnston 

A. Canningb. Robertson' 
Edwin Gream DanielP . . 
Ferdinand White,* CB. . . 
Lieutenants. 

WilUam Bayly,»a4/ 

George Edward Baynes 
Richard Wilaon Hartley 
John Hen.Edw. dc Hobeck 
Alfred Ingilby Gamett. . 
Ellis James Charter .... 
Robert Stuart Baynes . . 
John Ball Campbell .... 
Richard Wm. Woods' .. 
Thomas Geoi^e Souter^ 

Thomas Dowse 

Charles Power Cobbe .. 

Daniel Beere 

Thomas Aldridge ...... 

Ersk. Nimmo Sandilands 

George Corry, r 

Shaftoe Craster Crcster. . 
Edward RawlingsHannam 
Robert Becher Stowards 
William Henry Herrick 
B. Kennicott M'Dcrmott^ 

M'KayRynd 

Charles Covell Neame 

Ensigns. 
W. Huddleston Macadam 

Horace Ximenes 

John Biggs 

Wm. Waldegrave PogKon 
Fred. Dickinson Bourne 
George Fuller Walker . . 
Allan John Robertson . . 
John Vere Wm. Hen. Webb 



ENSIGN. 



P 8 Mar. 33 
P 22 Oct. 33 
P 22 Jan. 36 
P 28 Feb. 35 
P17 Feb. 37 
15 May 28 
P 7 June 39 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P 2 Oct. 35 
P 2 Nov. 26 



26 Jan. 
P 2 July 
P 26 Oct. 
P 6 May 
P 13 May 
P 25 Oct. 
P 28 July 
2 July 
P 27 Aug. 

21 May 



30 
41 
41 
42 
42 
42 
43 
41 
41 
42 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



27 Mar. 40 

13 July 41 
4 May 42 

21 May 42 

21 May 42 

26 July 44 

P27 Sept. 44 

P 4 July 45 

23 Dec. 43 

5 Jan. 44 

1 Nov. 42 

P 10 Dec. 45 

20 May 42 

P 23 Jan. 46 
P 27 Mar. 46 
p 2 Sept. 45 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P 5 Apr. 40 

14 Apr. 46 

28 Apr. 46 



P 4 Sept. 35 

8 Jan. 38 

P 10 Jan. 38 

P30Jone 37 

P 7 June 39 

23 May 32 

P 13 May 42 

P 20 Aug. 41 

P 7 Sept. 38 

10 Nov. 31 

23 June 42 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 27 Sept. 44 
P 19 Not. 44 
P 4 July 45 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 27 Mar. 46 

29 Sept. 43 

30 Dec. 43 
28 Jan. 44 

2 Sept. 45 

3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 

P 3 Apr. 46 
P 21 Apr. 46 
P 28 Apr. 46 
13 Nov. 46 
p 5 Mar. 47 
P 14 Feb. 45 



P 6 May 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P27 Sept. 44 
P 4 July 45 
p 14 Nov. 45 
14 Jan. 44 
P21 Apr. 46 
Pll Nov. 45 
P 26 Not. 45 
P 7 Aug. 40 



BBBT.-MAJ. 



23 Dec. 42 



2 Captain Robertaon served 
in the Anglo-Spanisli Legion 
from July 1BS5 to June 1887. 
Received a medal for the ac- 
tion of Sth hl%j, 1887; the 
crosf of the lat clan of San 
Fernando, for the actions of 
the 15tb and lOtb March, 
1887 i and another medal for 
the stormlnir oi Irun, 17th 
Maj following : levereljr 
wounded in the face bj a 
•pUiiter in the general action 
on I he beighta of Amelia, lal 
Oct. 1886. 

8 Captain Danlell served with 
theAftth In China (Medal), and 
wai present at Amoj, Chuiao, 
and Cbluhae, inrlitdlng the 
repulM of the night attack. 

4 Lieut. M'Dermott lenred 
with the Buih at the battle of 
Punniar (medal;. 

A Lieuta. Woodi and Boater 
were present with the Buflfk In 
the action of Pnnnlar, and 
have received Ube Bronze Star. 



6 M^jor White served, aa a 
Captain in the 40lh, through- 
out the operations in Candahar 
and AffghaolstHii in 1841 and 49 (Medal), and 
also at the battle of Mabanjpore (Medal). 

7 Paymaster Hartley served at the surrender 
of Martinique ; and taking of Quadaloupe In 
181&. 

8 Lieut. Bayly waa present at Che battle ef 
Plattsburgitt 1814. 



l/Kf 



29 Jan. 47 
PoymA^^^.— Bartholomew Hartley/ 30 Oct. 35 ; Ene. 15 Jan. 13 j Lieut. 26 

May, 14; Capt. 17 April, 35. 
Aiilutmt.r^Lieui. Wm. Bayly,* 14 Dec. 41. 
Quarter^Master.'^John Ross, 8 Not. 42. 

Surgeon,— John Chaa. Qrabam Tice, M.D.,23 Jan. 46 ; AsHtt,'Surg. 15 Jan.d6. 
Aseutant'Surgeona.'^JankeB Richard Ffennell, 20 Nov. 41. 

Richard Domenlchetti, M.D., 3 Apr. 46. 
Henry Clinton Murtin, 20 March, 46. 
4 Facings Blue. — Agents ^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

\ DngnmtcmA avrvMl l» BaMaail in 17W ■nd 95. ind wm pmntt In Nhncfucn durlnff ;lhe tlef*. »»* •» the 
AcymiieaMa em ft^tMtim te Sgypc in MOI. and was present la the battira of the ISih and ft ft March ) «!» M 
* ef ahamanieh. and at the surrender of Orand Cairo and of Alexandria. Sir Oordon saw moeh ssrriet m aie 

la the aelion near the Falb of Miaf ara, wbcfo he wasterenly 



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30 



3d {£. Kent) Regt. of Foot {or The Buffs.) \^'^SS!fJ!'* 

Th« liro^on.** l>ocB9" "T^lavsra" *'Ai.biihbba" "^rmsjiBss" **Ntvxt.fia**'**fli¥B" 

•• pJKMiiiRcLA" *• PcmriAn.** Colonel, 

9 Sir Henry Kinj?,* CB. KCH. Come/, 36 March, 94; Lieut 12 Aug.&5; Cflp^ 

3 May, 00; M({for, 6 Feb. 07 ; Lieut,'Col. 31 Dec. 11 ; CoL 27 May, «; 

Mqj&r-Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt-Oen9 Nov. 46 > Col, o( the BaS&, 16 March, 45. 

LietUenant^Colonel. 

^ Sir James Dennis,* KCB. ^n*. 2 Sept. 96 ; Lt, 12 Apr. 97 ; Capt. 6 An^. 03; 
Brevet-Major, 13 Oct. 12 > Brevet-Lieut. -CoL 27 May, 25 ; Begtl,-M«{jor, 
25 Apr. 2B ; RegtL- Lieut. -Col, 4 Jnne, 33 ; Ca/. 28 June, 38. 
Majore. — Cliarles T. Van Btraabenzee,' Eiu. p 28 Aug. 23; Lieut. >«a Fel^ 
I 33 ; Capt. P 10 Mar. 37 j Jlfcyiw, 27 Ang. 43 ; Brevet- Lt,- Col. 30 April, 44. 
Donald Meent Cameron,^ Ens. 26 April 28; Lieut, P 17 March 30; Capt. p 13 







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Captains. 

Patrick M*Kie» 

Jamea Tftlbot Airey/ «. . . 

Harry Blair 

George Bridge 

Hall Plumer Chamberlain 

Peter Browne 

Charles A. Cobbe 

Charles William Green . . 
Fred. Francis MaQde,^ . . . 
HughSmith,^..... 

LIKUTHNANT9. 

^m. John Dorehtil,^. . . . 
Kenneth M^Kensie,^ r... 
Alex. Hamilton Robsou^ 

llHnnas Kains * 

James Wm. Richardson * 
James Swetenham^ •••• 

Waiter Powiiall 

Charles Hood 

Oamett Warburtou .... 
George James Ambrose. . 

Henry John King 

R. G. Amlierst Luard,AdJ. 



KNSION. 



3 
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1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
10 
14 
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3 Nov. 12 

11 Feb. 30 

9 Dec. 27 

16 April 29 

Pl4Feb. 34 

20 Feb. 35 

P 6 July 38 

7 April 38 

13 Mar. 40 

P 8 Jan. 41 

p 16 Jan. 35 
3 June 36 
P 26 Dec. 38 
P 20 Nov. 39 
P 15 Not. 39 
P 22 July 42 
P ODcc. 44 
P 26 June 44 
P 5 July 44 
P 4 July 45 
P 8 Aug. 45 



LIBUT. 



3 Nov. 14 
P 3 May 33 

9 Nov. 31 

21 Sept. 32 

P 3 June 86 

7 Dec. 38 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P27 Aug. 41 

1 Nov. 42 



CAPTAIN. 



10 Mar. 38 



BRBV.-VAl. 



30 Apt. 44 



6 July 45 
Cortlandt Taylor ' p 13 Feb. 46 



Octavius Cobb R(»oke 

ETfSIONS. 

John Henry Lukis 

AU4;uxtus Edwanl Eilice 
Fred. Richard Berguer . . 

John Lewes 

Smith Ramadge 

Rob. Sandford Warhurton 



P 20 Nov. 46 



P 3 Oct. 29 
p 22 July 42 

80 Dec. 43 

28 Jan. 44 

p 18 Feb. 46 

P 20 Nov. 46 

P 8 Dec. 46 

p 14 May 47 

P 10 Deo. 47 

P 10 Dm. 47 

fr JlSjor il*Kl« snrM la A« 
NepMlwe var of 1814 aad 14. 

u Vi juta^ qu ', Prwenl at the tiega and ea^ur* 
i; w ^ TA of Halraw. Served ibc Mahraitu 

P 29 Ma^' 40 Md Pin«j«n«« cMnpaigB of 18t7 
20 May 42 and la, aad fo the Bunana wa#p 

8 Aoril 42 1 '"»™ •''"»*• ***** ""*** **■ ■**•• 
a a k J IV < cliiaion in 1896, and waa woiiod- 
P o Aug. 4d I ^ ,t l„g mwauH of MerfvW « 

P 18 Oct. 45 j Oct. 18M. Served aa as Awbc» 
P20 No¥, 4()|'^<y"**"»-GeD«al In tlM aci«n 
P31 Julv 4« °' Mahan^jpore, for wliirfc to 
1*01 J my W rrcelrcd the Brevet of Maivr 
and a Brooae Star. 

6 CaptaiaAirej acted as Aids- 
de-Camp to Sir Bobrrt 8ale at 
the •toriiiing of the Khoord Oa- 
bool Pats tn Oct. IMl. aad bad 
his horn ikot under bha. R« 
■orved as Atde-de>Catup to M^^ Oen. Elpkla- 
«toDe, Id AfijfhanUian, from January 1A41. aai4 
was present tn every sUrmtah or sortie made hj 
the garrison fh>m tbe cantoonenta durinip tft« 
iosurraction at Cabo»l, and was aflerwaMs givaa 
up as a hoslaK<*. He acted as Alde>4a-OaiB^ to 
Sir John M'Coskill at the storming of IsikUC 
And was present wltb tbe BuA at Vba bnttfe of 
Puaaiar (madal). 



5 Nov. 46 
P 23 Apr. 47 
P 14 May 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 



16 Sept. 4d 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P23Apr. 47 
p 14 May 47 
15 May 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 

George Robert Gray ' p 10 Dec. 47 

Pttynuuter.-^Vred. Geo. Syma, 25 June 47 ; Ens, 22 MAr..44; Liemi. V May 47. 
A({jutant. — Richard Georgf Amherst Luard^ 24 Dec. 47. 
Qtiarter'M(uter.*-Jo»enh Cartmail, 12 July, 39 ; Eru. 7 Dec. 38. 
5arp.— Rot>ert SteveBson,* MD., 2 Feb. 44 ; Asaiet.-Surg. 14 Mank, 34. 
AMfiatant'Surffeon. — George Fcmton Cameron^ M.D., 7 July, 46. 

Facings Buff,— Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, B»q,—IriikAgemt9,8irK, SL 

Borough, Bt., Armit, Sc Go. 
[Returned from Bengal, May, 1846.] 

1 Sir Hmktf Klaff ssrvH at the sl^f« of Porto llco, sad espCurt of TrtntdMl. la 1717. Whilst «Mi«Sf«d M Mari^ ia 
• inaward of Martiai^iir, ii» was aidarvd to yraen d tn a maU wstrt to 8c Plerrs, with s drtaehmmt of r woB iy «#» aaci^ 
t rorm a (ward tor tht aoTrrnor^ Sir Wm. KcpprI i eneoiiaMrvd a Prracb yrivaWer •€ dio Dlaanad Bock, noaattac k«s 
int o«o«s, vith srrvntr mn on board, vhidi. after s tiiarp aetlaa of cwtnty minotos, vaa bsaton off wiOi a lass af tsa «■« 
illed. and Sfto«« voondtd « Sir Hcorf hariof only om nan killed, and bioMrir wetwditf la tbo ill sold ir. tsrvod Stee 
liryRUan campaign of 1801. IwlodiM the aetloa at the landii^ at AWaktr Bay, •««(* oT tbo casUo, aad aeUans of 
lirdi mad 9ik M^ at ■ahmmil*. at »Mea latter aa SBmiaaili it a sqwdnm of tko Stta Ugat Disaiiaa, aid laai 
re Csprdlttott to WalHirm, and ttts* at f iMklag. ISOS. Apvotatrd Cssamandaat of Tarik la m% assl ftar kH 
I Its d»(Ht«e. bis commiMkm as LiMt Colonel *aa astedatrd to tbe day of ibo amaolt. SIsC Dec. ISll. iotefd Ima WeU 
n«ifn>anBjr a t»w day* altor tho kasclo ^ ffalamsasa i wmmaaded the saad at the battlo of Vmoria. sad 
r iho aetioo tbo fsmwnd of tito bffi«id« darolvad aa Ufea. Sir Brarjr 
ftr baltir of Villnrfa. 

1 Sir Jaasea Dtanls ai^omfaatod tbe cspedltloa to Copcnhagea In IWI. asd waa wovadcA In 
*rtt^ to Um last Amarlsan w>r, inrlMdlut baWto of Qaisaato^a (wswadsd), stonatassf Port Oossvo, aotkm at 8tos»r '^te* 
•oonded !• two places vllb^uiksl bolls, and also isatwsd bf bavins Mslaaas sbot, wbleb feU oa MaX «■< s rti ^ mt |te» 
Upi<l> at no«>(Art Croek, CMamanded o dlriaion st tbo battle of Hahsrslpofi^ Mtk Doo, ISai* BtaMo muU tm «aiA k» 
lut «ppn|fiti>d a R.C.11. 

3 Lt-Col S«ratft»ettsee lerred tbo eompalfn affatiut tbe RfiakoT Cootf la 1814. taOkS aetieaaf Tl i* ia "^ iiii f ia < 
Vth Dre. ISia be racveedrd to tlie eoMmaod of the aotb regt. 

4 The fbi lowing Oflleen «eee preflcnt wttb the Reft, ai tbe battle of Punnlar, t9tb Dee. ISt9,aod bave rtcetvtd Ike 
fi' ibr tbo 8MM» elf ^M^or Cameron, Captaint Maude ood Smith, Limits Dnrrbill (wAooded aa Pfht sMo of 
4*Keiisto» Iskmai (had bk bmas sint ondte btm), Kalna sad Bk-hBrdooa, ami Dnrtor BievenM»a. 

; bt. Si it i a h sm was sata nly iina S id In «» rigbttof. and SligMtroa tte len akk*. whilst eurf^^ 
.f.;oHrprtf«V«i»aliaabanisaCPMaiar,oaihol8* Doe. tsat he has nrctleed the Bronse SUr. 




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Cb/<m«/.~9 ^tr Thomaa Bradford/ GCB. GCH. En*, 20 Oct. 1793; Liem 
9 Dec. 93 ; Capt, 15 April, 94 ; Mt^, 9 Sept. 96 ; Zieut.-Col. 1 Jtn. 1801 
CoZ. 25 Jaly, 10; Mq/or-Gen, 4 June, 13; Zieui^^Oen. 97 Hay, 25; &M 
__ 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 4th Begt. 7 Feb. 46. 

I Zieutenant'ColoneU.—ntnTy Wm. Breton, J5'n#. 16 March, 15 ; Xf . p27 July, 20 
Capt. P21 July, 25; M(^, p31 Dec. 28; Lt-CoLvil July,34 ; Col. 9 Nov. 46 

John Leslie,* KH. JEhu. 7 Aug. 1806; Xtinc/. 2 June, 08; Ce^t. 30 Nov. 09 
Mqfor, PI Jan. 19; Lieui.-Col. p 29 Aug. 26 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 

Mqfort.—9 WUliam Sadlier,^ JBru. 2 Apnl, 07 ; Lieut. 4 May, 09 ; Capt. 2£ 
Aug. 25; Mi0ar, 4 Feb. 38. 

Thomaa Williams, Etu. p 12 Sept. 22; Zieu^. p 7 July, 25; Cap^. p 17 June 28; 
Srev.-'Mqf.f 23 Nov. 41 ; Memory 1 June, 45. 








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Captains. 

ThomaA Fannee* 

Farqahar M. Campbell . . 
Fred. Leopold ArUiur, #. 

George Kennedy 

WUliam Bell 

Charles Staniforth Hoxt 
Wm. Charles Sheppard 

John Joaiah Hort 

Hercoles Atkin Welman* 

WiUiamWUby 

Lieutenants. 

Jas. Alex. Madigan 

W. Wyndham Bond, «. . . 
John Lennox MacAndrew 
John Cowell Bartley .... 
G .LatliamThomson,'ii4;. 
David Francis Chambers 

John Gray Bolton 

Henry BatsonRamsbottom 
Theobald Pepper Roberts 

Henry FitzGerald 

John Httllowes 

Dominic Jacotin Gamble 

George Collins 

Arthur Vaughan D. Harris 
Geoxge Fred. Cory ton . 
G eorgeH amlltonTwemlow 

George Leslie 

Charks William Aylmer 
John Norris M'Kelvey . . 
John Richard Lovett .... 
John WiUbrm Percy .... 
James White Minchin . . 
Ensigns. 
. Artirar Ridgway Poyntz 
Francis Edwin Maunsell. . 
Watkin Tench Little .... 

Thomas Knott 

George Augustus Morgan 
Bdward Mulso Purvis . . 
Octavius Yorke Cocks . • 
Charles CoUins 



BN3ION. 



5 April 27 

3 Aug. 30 

P 6 Dec 33 

P24Dec. 33 

30 Nov. 15 

P 9 Oct. 35 

11 June 29 

20 Nov. 40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P27 May 36 

23 June 37 
P 4 Nov. 36 
P 14 Dec. 38 
P26 Apr. 39 
P 27 July 38 
P3l Jan. 40 

36 Jan. 41 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 10 Mar. 43 
P 19 April 44 

29 Mar. 44 

P23July 44 

2 Aug. 44 

Pll Oct. 44 

22 Nov. 44 

21 Dee. 44 
P 25 Feb. 45 
P 28 Nov. 45 

21 Apr. 46 
PdOJuly 44 

16 Sept. 45 
P 12 June 46 

22 May 46 
28 Aug. 46 
22 Dec. 46 
22 Apr. 46 

PdOMar. 47 
11 Nov. 45 



LIBUT. 



P 12 Nov. 
P 6 Dec. 
P 3 July 
P IJuly 

26 Apr. 
P 6 Oct. 

10 Nov. 
P30 Sept. 

16 Mar. 
P 7 Oct. 



29 
33 
36 
36 
28 
37 
34 
42 
43 
37 



CAPTAIN. BHBV.-MAJ 



P 14 Dec. 38 

9 Mar. 39 

P 8 May 40 

P 20 Oct. 40 

9April41 

6 May 42 

30 July 42 

P28June44 

2 Aug. 44 

12 Sept. 44 

Pll Oct. 44 

P 25 Feb. 45 

15 July 45 
18 Hov. 45 

P 14 Apr. 46 

16 May 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 28 Aug. 46 
P 1 1 Dec. 46 
P 2 Mar. 47 
PdO Mar. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 



P23Juned7 
P 6 Oct. 87 
P 8 June 38 
p 15 Mar. 39 

2 July 41 
P25 Feb. 45 

1 June 45 
P 29 Dec. 46 

3 Feb. 47 
P 10 Dec, 47 



9 Colonel U$H» wm at the 
taking of Trsvaocere In 190$; 
bIso at the capture of the 
iKlaad of Bourbon, and the 
I«le of Prases ; preteot ia the 
engagement* ia Java, tite 10th, 
22d, and 26th Aug.1811. Served 
in the Plndarree war In 1817 
Annj of oceapatkni in Franee 

4 Major ^Sadller served tn 
SIcilj from July 1808 to June 
1812, and waa preeent at the 
capture of the Islands of lechia 
and Procida. Served subie- 
queatly in the Peninsula, in- 
cluding the battle of CastalU 
and siege of Tarragona, action 
at Villa Franca, beBdes various 
minoraflUrs; served alio in the 
American war, lacluding the 
attack on Plattsburg. 

6 Captain Faunoe served In 
command of the Light Com- 
pany, at the re-capture of the 
Fo.-t of Nepannee,2 UtFeb. 1841 . 

7 Ca^t. Bam strvci the «Bmp«Jfn 
ta tiie Ewttra Island*, and wai at 
the Ukfof of MacesMU- In I8U. 

Set^ed the Mabnitu caaBpaltn of iai7 and 18, and was 
Mvereif wounded at Bhurtpore la 18M. 

8 Lieut. TtaoniMm served In the CaO^ War, under 
Sir BenJ. D* Urban. 

U Air. Oartnell served with the 4th Light 
Dragoons during the campaign In Affghanlsun 
under Lord Keane, and wee presentat the elege 
and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). 



PayQMW<«r.— Jamea Bum,^ 6 Feb. 35 j JEns. 1 Oct. 11; Lkut. 16 Jane, 18; 
Adjutant. — i^ieii^ George Latham Tbomson, 15 July 45. \^Capt. 19 Dec. 34. 
Quarfer-ilfaf^er.— Jamea Perry, 23 July, 44, [Hotp,- Auist. B May, 28. 

•SuryMst.— Thoa. Oalbraith Logan,* M.D., 30 Aug., 42 ; A$ntt.'8wrg. 29 July, 30 ; 



Facings Blue. 

AfftntSj Mesflw. 

Cox k Co. 



Astittant'-Surgeont. — James Mouat, 14 Dec. 38. 

Richard Gamble, M.D., 8 June, 41. 
Tho.DehaneLightbody,M.D.,8Apr.42. 
served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 17V8. He was employed as an Asalstant 
Adjutant-General with the Armv in Hanover under Lord Caihcart in 180b; al o in tlie same capacity tba 
tolleertaf year f» the troops under Sir 8. Auchmotj destined to reinforce (General Btvesford ia the River 
Plaie^i^^ September, however, he was appointed Dvpuiy Acj^utant-Oenoral and Chief of that Oepar.meAt to 
thelMte serving In South America : during this rampalgn be was present ut the niege of Monte Video and 
the^lttek previous lo ft, as also that on Buenos Ayres. In June lb08 he was appointed to the Ad>atant 
Oeoml'a^liaiarlimt of the Army in Portugal, and was pracent at the biiUlee of Viniiera and Corunna. 
He\asmmtMe8 a Brigade of the Portugueta A/ni> from the end of 1811 lu the gcneml peace in 1814, end 
*as engaged at the battle of Salamanca, slei^e of Burgoe, battle of Vittoria, aMauU of Toloea, xttack of iho 
ontwerka of San Sebaatian and siege of that fortresa, actions of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, llth, and 18th 






ithBegLofFo(ii{N€Hhvcmb€rlmdF^ 



do. 



«7. 



" Q«o fai» Voeantf" turmwrnttng St. Georfojind th* Dracoa. 0» UU eorngr* of t^ t»d MMir tkt 
Bom ofsil Crown ; on IA« W9u Mtf King's Cresl ; also St. Oeorge Ullinc th« Dnigan. ** W ILH ELM tTAHL** 
— "ROLEIA"— " VIMIERA"— " CORUNNA"— "BU8ACX)"— " CIUDAD RODRIG<r— •» BADAJOK''^ 
J*^ SALAMANCA"—-" YITTORIA"— " NIVELLE"^-" 0RTHE8"— " TOULOUSE "—" PENINSULA." 

Colonel. 

9 Sir Jasper Nlcolls/ KCB. Ens. 24 May, 1703 ; Lieut, 25 Nor. 94; CVip/. 12 

Sept. 09 ; Mq^or^ 6 July, 1804 ; Lieut.-Col 29 Oct. 07 ; CoL 4 June, 14 ; 

Mqj.'Gtn. 19 July, 21 ; Lt.-Gen, 10 Jan. 97 ; Col. 6th FusUien, 4 Apfil, 43. 

Lieut.'Colonel.—'9 Dayid England Johnson,' J^yw. 9 Feb. 04; X^. 20 Dec 

04 ; Capt. 12 March, 12 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; Mq^or, P 20 Dec. 87 ; 

lAeui.'Col. 9 Not. 46. 

r. James Smith Schonswnr, Cornet^ P5 Mar. 29; Lieut. *17 Dec. 80; Capt. 

P6 May, 86 ; Mqj. p2 Ang. 44 ; Li-Col. 20 July 47. 
itCtyorf.— John Spence,' Ens. 7 Nov. 22; JAeut. 25 June, 24 ; Capt. p 5 Kor. 

20 ; Maj. 9 Nov. 46. 
r. PhUip M. Nelson Guy, Ens. p 28 Sept 24 ; Lieut, p 12 Jane 28 ; Capt. p 29 
Dec. 37 ; Mqj. 20 July 47. 






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42 


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19 





26 





24 













19 





15 





17 





12 





16 





18 





11 


h 


9 





9 





14 





12 





8 





8 





7 





6 





6 





6 





5 





5 





5 





4 





4 





7 





2 





2 





6 





13 





2 





2 





2 





2 





8 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





8 





7 





8 





1 





1 





9 





9 





2 





1 






Captains. 



I 



2d LIEUT. 



LIEUT. 



r. John Woodward. . 
Fm. Blchard Pyner 
r.Walt.Craufiird Kennedy 
r. Henry F. F. Johnson . . 
James Egbert Simmons* 
r. Wm. Seymour Scroggs 

Felix Ashpitel 

William Chester Master 
r. George Bryan Milman 

r. Griffin Nicholas 

r. Henry Edmunds. 

John Wallace C<^qttitt . . 

Lieutenants. 
r. Jas. Archibald Forrest 

William Lyons, Adj 

George Benny 

r. Thomas Bellew 

r. Ferdin. W. L'Estrange 

Hambly Knapp 

Arthur Watson Palmer.. 
John Swaine Hogge .... 
rGarthshorcStirling Homel 
r. Arthur England Johnson' 
John Henry Chads .... 
Leopold FitzGerald .... 
r. F^rancis Henry Pender 
WUllam HiU Forster* .. 
John Urban Vigors* .... 

2nd Lieutenants. 
George John Stewart. . . . 

r. C. Carter, A4j. 

r.Joseph W. Tate Dickson 
Albert Ernest Ross .... 

r. John Flood 

Wm. Henry Petty Meard 

George Bennett 

Jo|in William Madden . . 
r. Wm. T. Fra. Wallace. . 

r. William Leach 

r. Legh Richmond Parry 



P 6 Nov. 29 

22 Nov- 33 

27 Oct. 81 

22 Nov. 86 

20 Jan. 32 

P 12 June35 

P28 Apr, 87 | 

P 23 April 39 

P 24 May 39 J 

8 April 341 
P 8 April 36 
P 17 Jan. 40 

P 6 Mar. 40 

15 Jan. 41 

1 Nov. 42 

P 22 April 42 
27 Dec. 42 

P 20 Jan. 43 
24 Feb. 43 

P 9 June 43 
24 Feb. 44 
26 July 44 

9 Jan. 41 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P22July 42 
P27 Feb. 



P 10 May 83 
P 9 Feb. 88 

10 Nov. 34 
P 23 April 39 

20 May 85 
P 21 June 39 
P24 Apr. 40 
P 26 Oct. 41 

20 Sept. 42 

26 May 86 
P 15 Mar. 89 
P 80 Dec. 42 



35 



P8] July 46 

13 Nov. 46 

1 Dec. 46 

22 Dec. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 
p 29 Jan. 47 

20 July 47 
P 21 Jttfy 47 



P 20 Jan. 48 
12 Sept. 43 

1 May 44 
P 80 Dec. 45 

9 Jan. 46 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P31 July 46 

9 Nov. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 40 
12 May 44 

P 20 July 47 

P 80 July 47 

22 Dee. 45 

P20NOV. 38 



CAPTAIN. 'bEST.-MAJ. 



P 12 June 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P21 Feb. 40 
P 20 Jan. 43 
P 23 July 41 
9 Nov. 40 
P 24 Oct. 45 
P20Dec. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
22 Dec. 45 
P 20 Oct. 46 
P 20 July 47 



tLt-Col Jolioion embarked 
with hit rairiaient on tie ei- 
peditlon to Usoovor In lSOft» 
and wuthipwreckcdandtnk«n 
pritoner. Accumponied tbo 
expedition to Soutli Attorien 
in 1806, nnd was ptvHnt at 
{ the •torrninK of Bueaoe Aji««. 
Served aftenrardf In thn Pen- 
fn«ula from June 1806 to Jnn. 
leOQ^ and from Jane lAM) to 
Deccokher IBlSk inchidiiiir tho 
battle* of Ruleia, Vi^tera, 
Lugo, Corunna, Biitaa^ Re- 
diulia, Sabugal (wounded^ 
Poentaa d'Onpr, El ttidon, 
flr»t 8le«e of BidjOoCf md na- 
fault aitd capioreorthrriad«rl, 
ttage and ttorming of C^ydad Rodrlc# (to- 
▼erely wonnded at the aaaaaltX and bnHlc of 
Salamanca. 

S Mijor Spence serted ai^alnct tfan Aahanlcos 
from MoTeniber 1822 to 18){5. 

4 Captain Stmmone eenred tli« anmnaifB 
In Afl^haniitan and BelooehUtnn. aa A^iMnt 
of the Queen'* Kojfalt, induding tiie ttonn 
and capture of Ohuznee (Medal) and Khclnt; 
at the ctorra of each of " 
WW MTorely wounded. 



[P29D6a4G. 
y 47 3 2<f Lieut, p 80 Dee. 45 ; LUut, 



P 80 July 47 
Paymaster.— y^m. R. C. Potter, 80 Jnl: 
Ai^utants.— Lieut. Wm.Lyons, 12 Sept. 48. 

r. 2d Lieut. Cfaarlee Carter. 20 July 47 . 
Quarter-Masters.— r. Bernard McDonald, 20 July 47. 

Robert Webater, 28 July 47. 
Surgetms.—Wm. Ord Mackcniie, M.D., S Jan. 47 ; Assist.-Surg. 4 Jan. 90. 

r. Wm. Sail, M.D., 13 July 47 ; Assist.-Surg. 10 May 80. 
Assist.'Suraeons.^Bt^H Fnuer Robb, M.D., 7 Aug. 46. 

r. Dudley Hanley, M.D., 20 July 47. 
Facings Bright Gnem—Affents, Measri. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Gibraltar, 12 May, 1S43.J 
I Sir Jaiper Hlcom aenred to the Mahmtta war, and waa at the l»lttf «' Atyaum. *Bd at the 
•torn of Gawtel Qbur. Joined Lord Cathcart's armjr In Hanoter, in 1806. Acoompanied tha e 
under General Craufurd to Sooth America, In ISOfl, and commanded a oolumn •^/*«J^^>r< 
Ayrea, In July 1807. Embarked for Spain In 1H08, and commantled the Mlh at the bailie of J'*"" 
eaeded to Walrheren In 180tf. Emplujed in the Nepao! war, atid eonironnded a fofvr,an<i nonq«tiM 
proTtnce of Kumaoon. April 1815. Served a» a Brii.'adlpr in the Plnd»rree wor, and for a uu»« commMttcd 
the cenlft* dirlaion. At the tif ge of Bhurtpore, he comnmnded the teeond ditr i«on of Inbnl^i, couMiU^ %J 
thra* hri a b>«. «hi«h rfivuian Mrri«d ihc left breach on the 18th Jan. 1630. Medal lor Comoaa. 



Pro- 



-•Ob th« three eornen of the MCoad oolour, " Ths Jfot# and Vrown/'-^AM hn ^ drvak* 
Mpt, -TiU Kitig>9 CVf**."— "ROLBIA"— ••TIMIKRA"— -CORUNNA"— ••TiWORlA"-^^ 
••PYREKEBSr— « NITBLLE*'— ^» ORTHES"— ^ PENINSULA"—" NIAGARA." 

Cohnel.—Sir George Niigeait,» Bart. GCB. Ensign, 6 July, 1773 ; Xt^. » 

Nor. 75; Cap<. 28 April, 78; Mqjifry 3 May, 83; Zieut.^Col. 8 Sept 89; 

Co/. 1 Mar. 94; Mqjor.-Gen. 3 May, 96; LUut.-QeH, 25 Sept. 1808; Gen. 

4 June, 13; Fielti Marshal, 9 Noy. 46; Co^ 6th B^t. 20 May, 06. 
Zieutenant'Colonels.—Jobn Michel, JSnHffn, 9 3 Apr. 28 ; Lieut, P 28 Apr, 25 ; 

Capt.9\2 Dec. 20; Major, p6 Mar. 40; Lieut.^Col. p15 April, 4^.* 
r. John ffolliott Crofton,' j&nn^,18 Dec 24; Ueut. P29 Aug. 26; Capti p 17 

July, 35 ; Mqjor, p 15 April, 43 ; Limt.-Col. 7 Aug. 46. 
Afq/oTf.— Randal Burnley, Comity p30 l}te, 24; Xies^. p8 Oct 35; Capi, 

P 14 Aug. 27 ; Breeet'Mqfor, 23 No?. 41 ; Mq^, 26 July, 44. 
r. John Thomas Griifithfl,£7m^n,6 Sept. 14 ; Lieat, p 17 May, 21 ; Cap. 1 Sept. 

31 ; Meuor, 7 Aug. 46^ • 





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6 





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7 





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Captains. 
Tho. Sidney Powell*. . . . 
Robt. W. M'Leod Fraser 
Morris James Hall 



ENSIGN. 



P 13 May 26 

5 July 33 

P 15 Mar. 33 

r . J . Elphinston Robertsonj p 8 April 37 

P17NOV.37 
15 June 39 

P 5 June 40 
26 Not. 30 

17 May 31 
22 May 35 

18 July 41 
P 29 Apr. 42 



LIEUT. 



r. Geoige Finlay* 
Edward F. Crowder' .... 

r. Reginald Peel 

r. John Craven Manseigh 

Edward Staunton 

Edward James Blanckley 
r. Wm. F. Vise. Chewton* 

r. Henry Balguy 

Lieutenants. 
Charles Henry Dowker*. 
r. William Albert Stratum 
Hcm.A.G.C.Chieb«ster,ad{ p 19 Feb' 
r. DaTid Henry Elrington p 7 Oct. 
Thomas Henry Somervilie 
Godfrey Armytage .... 
Geoige Grant Webb^. • . . 
r. Wm. Edward Robertson 
r. Henry Pratt Gore .... 
r.Wm. Lewis Pennelathcr 
r. Philip Augustus Mosse 
r. Thomas Fred. Puleston 
Wm. FrazerGeo.Servantes 
Charies Parker Catty . . 
Richard Thompson .... 

Ensigns. 
r. John Richard Blake . . 
Frederick William Gore. . 
Robert ProTO Norris .... 
r.W.Lee,^iM{. Q.ll.a8Juoe44 
r.C. H .T. BrucedeRuvignes 
r. Hen ryJohn Newton King 
John Hen. Ford Eikingtou 
Fra. W. H. M'Cleland . . 

r. Augustus Davies 

Alexander Shuldhum 



P31 May 31 
P 17 July 35 
7 Jan* 30 
P21 June 39 
p 15 Apr. 42 
P 1 Not. 42 
P14 AprU4d 

11 July 34 
4 Dec. 34 

17 Jan. 38 
P25 Aug. 4^ 
P 20 Oct 43 



P 7 Jan. 42 

27 May 42 

41 

42 

25 Oct 42 

P 1 Not. 42 
20 Mar. 40 

P 14 April 43 

P 21 July 43 
30 Apr. 41 
16 Apr. 42 

P 19 Not. 44 
2 July 41 

P 2 May 45 
8 Aug. 45 

p 27 Feb* 46 



Edward Lloj^d jP 



9 June 46 
10 June 46 
28 July 46 
80 July 46 
31 July 46 
28 Aug. 40 

3 Not. 46 

4 June 47 
8 Oct 47 

12 Not. 47 



P 7 July 43 

P 19 Not. 44 

P32NOV. 42 

P 2 May 45 

P 28 Nov. 45 

P 29 Not. 45 

P 28 Dec. 41 

P 9 June 46 

p 10 June 46 

31 July 46 

31 July 46 

31 July 46 

7 Aug. 46 

29 Jan. 47 



CAPTAIN. |BltEY.-^AJ > 

P 13 Not. 851 !S3 Ju|y 39 

P 15 Apr. 42 

P 1 Not. 42 

P 27 Oct 43 

P 19 Nov. 44 

P 2 May 45 

P 28 Not. 45 

31 July 46 

31 July 46 

7 Aug. 46 

P 13 Aug. 47 

P 13 Not. 47 



S Ll Cbl. Croflon iru apfototecl 
Farrian Interpreter to th« fofcq 
under Bficadier-Ociiflral LiMbSrlU. • 
In AaffiMt, I83S, and lerred irith If 
(taRHiffhottl the •rduous op«ratlaD»- 
la Parktir. and afaimt the Tlll)c» 
In the N.W. Desert, wUcb eodad* 
In the taking of Balo^eh 

S Utiar PoveU Mrred aa ASde^ 
de-Camp and PeiaUn Inlcrpiietar to 
Lord Keane tbroufhout th4 Mai« 
paign oT ias>9 in AfffhanUtan, and 
haa wcelved a medal for Obtuniee. 

4 Lord ChewloQ arrred witU the 
Militia in the snppteaalon of th« 
inmteeiiao In Cana4a| and with 
tkn ftard in the ean|>a|fn pn the 
SutleJ In 1844. Indodfo^ the bdtU^. 
of S<^raoa (medal). 

ft Captaloi Pinlay add Crowtler. 

P 12 Not* 47 i "^ ^^^'^*°' Murtif h, «rl* the c#er, 
Uve men of the wiqf of the 6Ui 
Befft amtiaBed dt Adtn, roonnl* 
part of an cacpcdlthin of 000 aMn under the eo#uaand 
of Lieut. CoL Pennyeulefc, which destroyed thf Arab 
posta of Sheik Medl and Sheik Othman, and skiitoWicd 
between ttiose pUwce on the SCh Oot. 1841. 

Llent. Webb serred witfi the Left WIntf of the 
Queen's Royal* durinf the campaign of 1S44 anf 45 in 
the Southern Conean and Sawant Warrca Cbuntry* In- 
eludinff tha storming of Mraral stDclaHlea, tod kh« in. 
vestment and capture of the Forta of Mottobir and' 
kfunsuntoih. 

7 BnsIgn Lee served with the Boyal M artnea at the 
capture of the Island «f Carabuaa, together «|th |e«aral . 
plntkal veaKla in Its harbour, m 18t6-9. 



Paymaster. — John Mackintodb, 14 Aug. 46; 2nd Lieut. 5 July, 08 ; Jjieui. 16 
A4futants.—r. Ensign William Lee/ 38 July 46. [Angi. 05. 

Lieut. Hoti. Augustus George Charles Chichester^ 23 Oct. 47. 
Quarter-Masters.— John Crokeri 28th July, 46. 

r. George Pollard, 28 July, 46. [$ Dec 26. 

^ur^eOTM.— John Murtagh/ MD., 2 July, 41 ; Asst.-Surg. 11 Feb. 30; Hosp.-Assi. 
r. l'eterRobert8on,M.D.2July,41; ^. 5.,12Jan.26; H.^.,24 NoT.25. 
Assiitant'Surgeom.^-r. William Duncan, 8 Not. 39. 

r. John William Mostyn, M.D., 8 March, 44. 
Henry Vereker Bindon, 12 June 46. [Armii, k, Co. 

Facvnge Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, St., 

1 sir George Nugent served in the dnt American war. from Sept. 1777 until its termination in 1783, and was^emplofed oa 
the Kxpedttion up Rudiion's River fbr the relief of General Bargoyne's army t pres«nt also at the capture of Foru Mesit- 
■omery and Clinton, by assault, and on varioas other desultory sorvlota. Accompanied the brigade of Guards to the Con- 
ttnant, ta March, 1798, and serred the campnlgn of that year i present at the airge of VakneWnoaa, actiom oT St. Amnnd, 
llnnrtlaa. An. and on the army gnlng Into winter quarters be returned home for the purpose of raising a ragt,» the S6ib. In 
•hPC I7M. ha aaeanfnnM hla regt . to Walchercn. where he held the local rank of Brigadier-General ^ and. In Oct. Joined 
tbn n w i i nf the Dnk* of Tork, and obtained the command of a brigade of the line, cantoned In and near to tlic town of Tlel 
an tkt Waal, Commanded the Northern District In Ireland during the whole of tha R«bcUion. 



^ ..i«i«''- 



t 



•^SiKSTi'SS?'"] IthRegt. of Foot, {Royal Fusiliers.) ['^i^ic'SSUr 

Id the centre of the colours, The " Ros^* within the "Gartet** and the '' Crown** over il. 
And in the comers of the second Colour, The " White Horse." << MA.BTiifiqvB" — 
"Talatbra"— "Albuhbha" — " Badajoz" — " Salamanca" —" Vittobia" — 

" PYRBNBBti*' — ^**0RTHBS'* — " ToIJLOUSB" — " PbNINSULA." 



Yean' Serv. 



54 



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83 

22 
18 



14 
14 
14 
12 
11 
12 
U 
11 
9 
9 



9 
7 

8 

8 

10 

7 

9 
6 
6 

6 
5 
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9 
4 
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4 
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18 
8 
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CoUmel. 
9 Right Hon, Sir Edward Blakeney,* KCB. GCH. Comet 28 Feb. 1794 ; Lieut. 
24 Sept 94; Capt. 24 Dec. 94; Mqjor, 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lieut, -Col 25 April, 
08: Col. 4 June, 14; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.'Gen. 28Jimey96; 
CoL 7th FusiUers, 20 Sept. 32. 

Lieut. 'CoUmel, ^ 
Frederic Farquharson, Bnt, 17 Sept. 13; Lieut', 25 May, 14; Copt, p23 Sept. 
19; Mqjor, P 29 June, 30 ; Lieut,-Col, p 7 Sept. 32 ; Col, 9 Not. 46. 

Mqjort, 
Lacy Walter Yea, JEnt, p6 Oct. 25; Lieut, P19 Dec. 26; Capt. p30 060.96; 

AcJOTf Pd June, 42. 
Richard Wilbraham,* 2nd Lieut,, p 25 Mar. 28 ; Lieut, 25 May, 33; Capt. p29 
July, 36 ; Brev,'Mqfor, 31 De<^ 41 ; Mqfor, P 19 Jan. 44. 



Captains. 



T. St. V. H. C. Troabridge 

Robert Stuart .* 

Arthur John Pack .... 
Charles Stewart Cochmne 
lfofi.W.Lygon Pakenham 
Hiim.CharIeft Luke Hare,f . 

Wm. IfCwis Grant 

Wm. R. Browne 

Herb. Wat. Wms.Wynn 
William Hopsoa Hopson 

Ltbutbnants. 
Frederick Mills, d, a^jt, 
£dm. H. Wilson Bellairs 
George Christian Wilson 
William Monck, A4j,, , , 

Plomcr J. Young 

Henry Aylmer Porter . . 
John Donovan Vcmer . . 

Robert Kaye, $ 

Fred. Jolm G. Whitehead 
George Rashleigh Edgell 
Dngald Stewart Miller .. 
Charles Edward Watson 
Augustus Alex. Ruxton . . 
W.H. Dominic FitzGerald 
ThomasBeckwith Speedy' 
WilliamJesse U oare, d,pm. 
Montagu Wigley Bell . . 

Harry Lee Carter 

RichardWiUiamAldwortb 
C. Fnu Berens Dawkins 



B98IOK. 



P24Jan. 34 
P23 May 34 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 8April36 
p25 Aug. 37 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P 7April87 
29 Sept. 37 
p 5 July 39 
P 4 July 39 



P 25 Jan. 39 
P 16 No7. 41 

15 Dec. 40 
P28 Aug. 40 

11 May 38 
P 30 May 43 
P 24 Sept. 41 

16 Nov. 39 
P25 Nov. 42 
P 14 July 43 
P27 Sept. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P25 Aug. 43 
P 8 Oct. 44 

15 Mar. 39 
P 12 Jan. 44 
P 12 July 45 
P 14 Apr. 43 
p 19 Aug. 44 
PSl Dec. 44 



LIBUT. 



P30Dec. 36 
11 June 37 
P 5 May 37 
P17 Aug. 38 
P31 Aug. 38 
P 7 Dec. 38 
P 28 July 40 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 28 Dec. 41 



p 1 April 42 
P16 Aug. 42 
P 19 May 43 
P 29 April 42 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P 14 June 44 
P 23 Aug. 44 

27 Sept. 44 
P 8 Oct. 44 
P 20 Dec. 44 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 24 Oct. 45 
P 27 Mar. 46 

23 Oct. 41 
p 1 May 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
p 1 May 46 
P22 0ct. 47 
P 5 Nov. 47 
P24 Dec. 47 



CAPTAIB. 



BBBYBT" 
MAJOB, 



P 14 Dec. 41 
P 2 Sept. 42 
P2dJune 43 
P 12 Jan. 44 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P 23 Aug. 44 
P 23 May 45 
p 27 Mar. 46 
P28 Apr. 46 
P 24 Dec 47 

a Hi^or Wllbrabam wrved 
the Syrian campaign of \%¥^ 
41, includingr the advance oo 
Oaia and affklr near Atkeloa. 

S tX. Speedj aerrtid the capi'- 
palgn* of IM 1 and 42, in the 1Mb 
Light In autrjr, and was preaenc 
at ibe itorming of the khoord 
C'abool Paaa, affair of Teiaan, 
forcing the JagduUuek Paaap 
reduction of the Wori of Mamoo 
Kiiall, defence of Jellalabad SMl 
sortlri on the 14th Not. and tat 
Oec 1841, nth March, 94tli 
March, and U\, April 184S, aad 
general action and defeat of 
AlibarKhan. Medalt f»r Jella- 
tabad and Cabool. 



John Busby ' p 3 Oct. 45 

\Pa]fmiuter,'—'ThovaBM QUley, 11 May . 38 ; Lieut, k. Aiff, 9 Nov. 30. 
^ A4jutant,^Lieut, William Monck, 20 March, 46. 



iQuarter^Maeter. — John Hogan, 1 Oct. 47. 

, ^tcr^MMi.— John Mitchell, M.D. 12 Jan. 44 ; Ateist.-Surg, 13 Nov. 32* 

Auittant Surgeons, — ^Thomas Moore Sunter, M.B., 6 Oct. 43. 

William Sedgwick Saunders, 6 Nov. 46. [& Co. 

FacintfsBlue, — Agents, Messrs. Cos t, Co,^ Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, Bt,, Armit, 
t Sir Bdermrd BlaUaey aeoumpanied the expedition under Mi^r Gen. Wbite to the Wect ladica, otd waa 
praaeat at the capture of Demerara, Berbice, and EaeeqnihOi (n ITUft la the eoarae of thla aerrk* he Waa 
three timet taken priaoner by PrlTateen and auflered aevere banMtpa. In 1790 he aceompaaled tha expe- 
dition to Holland, and waa preaent in the aetlona of the 10th and IVth Sept., and niao In thtiea of the tod 
and 0th October. In IBC7 he sailed with the Rojal FuslUera to the Baltic; Joined Lord Cathcart'a aspedA- 
tion, aad «aa praaa a t at tba capture ot the Daulah FUei and tnnvnder of Copenhagen. In I60e be waa 
preaent at the captura of Martlniqua. In IMl he tailed Cor Uahoa in comniaadof ttie Faal1k*ra» and during 
that and the foUowlofC caDimlfuaof 1819, IS, and 14, he waa praaeni at the battlcaof Butaco and Al b ah u >— » 
•CTerelj wounded through the thigh ; action at Aidea de Ponte, aU>gea of Ciudad Rodrlfo and la<mot — 
■ercrely wounded through tha ann at the aaaauli; haltlea of Vfttoria, Painpeluna, Pjrreneea, and Nitelle, 
baaidaa ▼anooa minor aetlona, la 1914 be joined tha furee afSlnat Mew DrlMuia, and waa prMani at the 
aaaaiilt of the Unca before that place. la Id 10 he joined tha army la Balgiinn. and waa preaent at tba 
capture of Paris. Sir Edward baa rtcaired a croaa aad one dacp for Jdartinlqiia^ AlbulMra, I 
Viitoris, aad Pyrtaaca. 



"SI^ 




23 
16 



- rtM^''] 8/A ( 2%^ iTm/*) Regiment of Fad. [ «*»iSS: 1 1 59 

Wlatt Horse," on a red ground within the ^'Garter J* and the ** Croton" over it. 
Jn the three comers of the second colour, the " Royal Cypher and Croum," " Nee 
ntpera terrent,*' The ** Sphinx:* with the words *' EGYPT — " MARTmiQUE" 
— " NiAGABA." 

Colonel. 
Sir Gordon Drammond,i GCB. JEne. 21 Sept. 1780; Lt, 31 Mar. 01 ; Capt. 31 

Jan. 02 ; AfaJ. 28 Feb. 04 j Lt.-CoL 1 March, 04 ; Col. 1 Jso 96 ; Mi{f^Gen. 

1 Jan. 05 ', Lt.'Qen. 4 June, 1 1 ; Qen. 27 May, 25 ; Col. 8th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. 

LUut.'Colonelt. 
Henry Wmchcombe Hartley, JSTw*. 10 Sept. 18 j Lwirf, 1 Oct. 20 ; Capt. p 1 Oct. 

26; Brevet'MqjoT, 28 June 38; Jlfiycw, p2J Oct. 41 ; Lt.-Col. Pie Dec. 46. 
John Longfield, Em. p23 June 25; Xtew*. p 26 Sept- 26 ; Cap*. P 80 Jan. 36 : 

Mtyor, P 10 Nov. 44 ; Lieut. -Col. 3 Apr. 46. 
Jlf<i/or«.->Edward Harris Greathed, Em. p 22 June, 32; Lieut, p 10 May, 33 : 

Capt. P 27 Apr. 38 ; Miy. p 3 Apr. 46. 
Francis Saunderson Holmes, Ena. p 8 Feb. 33 ; LieiU. 6 July 35 ; Cavt. p 26 

Oct. 41 ; M<^or, P 28 Apr. 46. ^ » /- 



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15 
12 
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11 
20 

11 
13 
22 


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7 
6 
6 
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8 
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Captains. 

S tep henson Brown 

Fred. Douglas Lumley .. 

Coiilthurst Holder 

John Hinde 

John Long Marsden .... 

James Speedy 

James Johnston 

A. Conningb. Robertson* 
Edwin Gream Daniell' . . 
Ferdinand White,* CB.. . 

LlEXTTENANTS. 

William Bayly,»a4/ 

George Edward Baynes 
Richard Wilson Hartley 
John Hen.Ed w. dc Hobeck 
Alfred Ingilby Garnett. . 
Ellis James Charter .... 
Robert Stuart Baynes . . 
John Ball Campbell .... 
Richard Wm. Woods* .. 
Thomas George Souter* 

Thomas Dowse 

Charles Power Cobbe . . 

Daniel Beere 

Thomas Aldridge 

Ersk. Nimmo Sandilands 

George Corry, r 

Shaftoe Craster Craster. . 
Edward RawlingsHannam 
Robert Becher Stowards 
William Henry Herrick 

B. Kennicott M'Dermott^ 

M«KayRynd 

Charles Covell Neame . . 

Ensioks. 
W. Hnddleston Macadam 

Horace Ximenes. 

John Biggs 

Wm. Waidegrave Pogson 
Fred. Dickinson Bourne 
George Fuller Walker . . 
Allan John Robertson . . 
John Vere Wm. Hen. Webb 



BNBIGN. 



P 8 Mar. 33 
P 22 Oct. 33 
P 22 Jan. 36 
P 28 Feb. 35 
P 17 Feb. 37 
15 May 28 
P 7 June 30 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P 2 Oct. 35 
P 2 Nov. 26 



26 Jan. 
P 2 July 
P 26 Oct. 
P 6 May 
P 13 May 
P 25 Oct. 
P 28 July 
2 July 
P 27 Aug. 

21 May 



30 
41 
41 
42 
42 
42 
43 
41 
41 
42 



27 Mar. 40 

13 July 41 

4 May 42 
21 May 42 
21 May 42 
26 July 44 

P27 Sept. 44 

P 4 July 45 

23 Dec. 43 

5 Jan. 44 
1 Nov. 42 

P 10 Dec. 45 
20 May 42 

P 23 Jan. 46 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P 2 Sept.45 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P 5 Apr. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

28 Apr. 46 
20 Jan. 



LIBUT. 



P 4 Sept. 35 
8 Jan. 38 
P 10 Jan. 38 
P 30 June 37 
P 7 June 30 
23 May 32 



CAPTAIK. 



P 6 May 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P27 Sept. 44 
P 4 July 46 
P 14 Nov. 45 
14 Jan. 44 



P 13 May 42 P21 Apr. 46 
P 20 Aug. 41 IP 11 Nov. 45 
P 7 Sept. 38 



10 Not. 31 

23 June 42 

P 12 Dec. 43 

P 27 Sept. 44 

P 10 Nov. 44 

P 4 July 45 

P 16 Dec. 45 

P 27 Mar. 46 

20 Sept. 43 

30 Dec. 43 

28 Jan. 44 

2 Sept. 45 

3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 

P 3 Apr. 46 
P21 Apr. 46 
P 28 Apr. 46 
13 Nov. 46 
P 5 Mar. 47 
P 14 Feb. 46 



P 25 Not. 46 
P 7 Aug. 40 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



23 Dec. 42 



2 Captain Robertson served 
in the Anglo-Bpanfsh Leg^ioo 
from Jalj 1S85 to June 1887. 
Received a medal for the ac- 
tion of Sth May, 1887; the 
cross of the 1st class of San 
Fernando, for the actions of 
the J5th and lOlh March, 
1887 ; and another medal for 
the stormingr of Irun, 17th 
May following : severeljr 
wounded in the face bjr a 
splinter In the general action 
on the heighu of Amelia, 1st 
Oct. 1898. 

8 Captain Danlell f erved with 
the 65th in Chhia (MedalX and 
waspreMni at Amoj, Chuiao, 
and Cbinbae, inrliidlng the 
repnlse of the night attack. 

4 Lieut. M'Oermott served 
with the Buffs at the batile of 
Punniar (medal;. 

fi Lieuts. Woods and Soirter 
were present with the Buflfk fai 
the action of Pnnnlar, and 
have received the Bronze Star. 

6 M^jor White served, m a 
Captain In the 40lh, through- 
out the operations in Candahar 
and Affghanlstun in 1841 and 4S (Medal), and 
also at the battle of Mahar^Jpore (Medoi). 

7 Paymaster Hartley served at the surrender 
of Martinique ; and taking of Guadaloupe in 
1815. 

8 Lieut. Bayly was present at the battle ef 
PlatUburgin 1814. 




47 

PflywMM^tfr.— Bartholomew Hartley/ 30 Oct. 35; JE7ii«. 15 Jan. 13; Xtni/.S6 

May, 14; Capt. 17 April, 35. 
AtJ^utanty^Lieut, Wm. Bayly," 14 Dec. 41, 
QHorter^Master.'-JoYm Ross, 8 Not. 42. 

Surgeon.-^ohii Chas. Graham Tice, M,D.,23 Jan. 46 ; AsHtt.-Surg. 16 Jan.36. 
AssisUmt'SurgeonB.'-JameB Richard Ffennell, 20 Nov. 41. 

Richard Domenlchetti, M.D., 3 Apr. 46. 
Henry Clinton Martin, 20 March, 46. 
4 Fac'mge BlvL^—AgenU^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

I OnenBOBd sirvMl l» IMImad In I7M and J», snd wt» prwent In Nlnegucn dorlnff ;the alege, sad st the 

>l » aM t ti n toL^vtmam. to gyyyt la imi. woA wb« prevent iothebsttlfi of the 13th sad fist Msreh| also af 

ajumnoieb. aod at the surrender of Qrand Cairo and of Alexandria. Sir Oordon saw mush ssrvlce IB Aie 

^ Ma the aetton near the FalU of Miafara, where he wasseverely 



^8^ 



9th ( Tlie East Norfolk) Regiment of Foot. K"??i„^^SS^ 

dgan'oi** Britannia,** "ROLEIA," "VIMIERA/' "CORUNNV " BUS ACO," " SALAMANCA," 
VITPOIUA," "ST. SEBASTIAN" " NIVE," *• PBNINSUIJL" "CABOOL. 1848/» *• MOODKJLE.»* 
''FEROZBSHAH," "BOBRAON.'» ^ ^ * "^ 

CoUmel^^9 Sir Thomas Arbatbnot,> KCB. J?iu. 83 Nov. 05: U.l May, 96; 

Capt. 25 June, 98 : Major, 7 April, 08 ; Lt.-CoL 24 May, 10 ; Coi. 4 June. 

14; MqjwT'Qen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Qen. 26 Jane, 98; Col. 0th F. 7 I>ec. 44. 
Lieui.'CohTuL — 9 George Lenox Daris,* CB., Ens. 15 Sept. 08; Lieut. 15 

Oct. 11 ; Capt. 7 April, 25 ; M({for, p 17 Oct. 37 ; Litut.-CoL 19 Dec. 45. 



3 

Half 
Paj. 

"IT 



Mqjori. — John Barry Thomas, Bm. p 30 Dec. 26 ; Lieut, p 9 Sept. 28 : Capt. 

P 22 Not. 36 ; M<^or, 7 Dec. 45. 
Brownlow YiUiers Layard, * Em. 24 July, 23 ; Xeeuf. 20 Jan. 26; Capt. p21 

Not. 34 ; Mqjor, 3 Sept. 47. 



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r ThowM AfWtfmt h— rwelwd a cro— —d our el— p fcr RolrUanl Vla>ien, ConHiaa. PyiaMM,fflT«lle,aad Orlkaa 
enL-Cotoarl Davia Mrr«4 wHh tba 9ck tai the PraloMiU frwa 8«pC IMS naUl Ukce pHaooer. oa tlw rdrraC of Hr JiAa 

• Jaa. lan^ at L^a, trtarc^e wat Ml daafeiwuly til. and ha aai retaio*d a prtton#f af war la PiaM« tiaCil ltl«. la 

irrvcd the cHapalga la Afl^rhaaMan ( Medal), aad *a« prewot at the fareinf of tlie Kbybar, tha /afdalliMk, the T^rawtt. 

t UoA aaUl PaMaa. aad Iba anaatt aad captaia af ItuliK. He Mrrad alaa la lb* canpaifa ea tJM 8ail^. aiad e«B 

I lb* Mb at tha battla of Sobiaaa ( Medal). 

ijor Barton terrcd tba eampalfa la Aflkbaatatan la lS4S(lfedal) ander Ocnetal PoIIoek \ and that aa Ibc Sotm bi 

; Medal), iacludlat the battle* of Moadkee, aad tuececded to the romniMid of the regt. at Perauabab (aevvely aiain^d). 

pi Betbuna acreed the eampalfa tai Afl^hanlaUa ia 184S (Medal).— aa adjataat of the IKh at tbc foreln« of tbe K by bet 

nd aa aldr-da-cainp la Sir Jotaa M*CaaklU ai the aetioa of Mamookail. foenn^ tb« Teteen Paaa, ra-«apc«ira af Cabool, 

capture, and deatroatloa of UtaJlff. Be aerred also the rampaifn an tbe SutleJ tn IM6-6 (MrdalX aa aide-de-camp «o 

a M'Caaklll at tba ballla af Hoedkaa, vberethc Ma|or*GeBfTal aaa killrd,— aa aldo>de-caaii|i to Brlfadler ITillafB 

aa killed), at Feraacabah (ahar^ar that), aad la eoiuinaad of tbe lifbt eoeapaay of tbe Btli at Bobraon. 

I. Moftoa aad Rawea, Burgeao Malcolm, and Dr. Aaderaoa, aemod ibr canpalgn on tbe Suilej faa lSU4(M«ia||k 

if tbe battles vt Moodfcee, Pcroseahah ft Sobraon. 

pcalo Peatan aeffved wtch the ttfd la iha eampalga an ttie Satlal la ItM (MedalX ladvdlnc tha batt'ea of Baddlv^. 

and Solieaaa. 

t. Tajrtoe aarved the canpaifa of 1S4S la Ai^itaanialaa (Medal) \ aad that in the 9«tm (McdalX laelndl^ Ac battlat 
dkce aad Petoacabab (aevcrrly wouaded). 

L Daimt acrvcd tbc eaoipaign la Aflkbaniatan (Medal); aad that oa the SetleJ( Medal), tawlodlaftfkebattlcaar Maadkcr, 
(bah, aad 9ob«Ma (aoanded). 

apuia l.aalle aerted wtih the Mih fha eampalfa an tha SotlrJ la IMS-t (Medal), laaladii^ tha hattlea of Maadfcaa. 
ihab, aad Sobrann. 

b-Maatrr Seaa iCTTcd la Balland, la 17W. aad waa preaent ta the aetiaa af tha IMh 8cpC Servtd alaa la *a PialanJa 
If. iHMiaAaf l^W. and afaiafrMaJaa.lSiata Jane ltlU« Incladlaf thabaUleof VlBiiafa,aaplnreof Opmia^batak- a< 
U ataca of San Sabaatlaa. battlra td tba NUc on tbe Mb, IStta, and Uih Dec. UU 
r. Maekey waa a MoaJkea and feraaediah (MmUI). 

. Whiteabla aanred Ihaoaiflhovt tha campaif n uudri (tconal ToUock ia ASgbauutan la ISil (medal). bMl thai en %m 
I IMA«6 (a«dal> ladadinf iha battle* •«( Moodke^^, tttoagtlKh, aad iubramt. 



Captains. 



Arthur Borton^ .......< 

John Hanrey 

Charles Elmhirst,' 

Duncan Munro Bethone* 

William Shelton* 

Fred. D. Ustei* 

William Cookson^ 

Charles Hamilton Fenton* 
Charles Henry Leslie^* .. 
George Cnhitt 

LlBUTBNAlTTS. 

Lionel Hook,*<^ adij 

Blayney Walshfi* 

Chai. Spencer OaynoH^ . . 

Archibald Bluntish" 

Alexander Tiylor*' 

Wm. Graham Cassidy*^ . 

Robert Daunt^* 

Tho. B. Bowerbank Dent'^* 
Frederic Percy Lea, r. 
William Burden* .... 

Edwin Morton* 

OeorgeHarringtonHawes* 
John Whiteside** .... 

Bnsions. 
Henry Edward Fardell 
Andrew Sievwrigbt . . 
William Parker Terry 
Henry Ralph Browae. 
Charles Wm. Lolnsworth 



BN8ION. 



P 13 July 32 

P 5 Jan. 39 

P 14 Aug. 36 

17 Apr. 35 

22 May 35 
16 Sept. 36 

23 June 38 
P 12 Apr. 39 
P 20 July 38 
P 1 July 36 

6 Sept 34 
P 28 Aug. 38 

9 Nov. 38 

7 Dec. 38 
21 June 39 
27 Mar. 40 

P 28 July 40 
P 19 Feb. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
26 Oct. 41 
P 29 April 42 

24 Nor. 43 
19 Dec. 45 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. DRBT.-MAJ. 



23 Jan. 

1 Apr. 

2 Apr. 

3 Apr. 

4 Apr. 

5 Apr. 



46 
46 
46 
46 
46 
46 
47 



30 July 41 

P 22 Dec. 43 

22 Dec. 45 

2iri>ec. 45 

31 Mar. 40 

P 14 Apr. 46 

P 13 Dec. 44 

P2dJan. 46 

P 14 Apr. 46 

P 12 Not. 47 



3 Apr. 46 



P 3 Apr. 35 
P 16 April 41 
P 17 Oct 37 

21 Mar. 38 
PdOOct 38 
P22 Feb. 39 
P 27 Mar. 40 

22 Apr. 42 
16 July 41 

P26 Apr. 39 

4 Dec. 38 

31 Dec. 39 

27 Mar. 40 

P 28 July 40 

30 July 41 

6 April 42 

P 16 Aug. 42 

P21 July 43 

19 Aug. 43 

13 Oct 43 

14 Feb. 44 
4 Jan. 46 

P 12 Not. 47 



14 Lt. W. O. Caaaldp aenrad tha aan 
la Aflkhaalataa (Medal), oadar Sli J. 
carried the eolourt of the Mb tbiaafb 
aflUr of the Kbyber Paaa. aad waa la i 
that took place. He waa alao pretent la the battlaa of 
Moodkee and Peraacabah, at which laat he wia dka- 
fCTottkly wounded, barlaf rccaived a aavara wvmad la 
the hip fivm a fiape ahal, and loat bla Mt wm by a 
baU whan chanhif tha Sikh i 



10 Lla. Haok, Oaynor.aad 
Payaaaater BlnnUah, aerved ih« 

eampalfa af 16tf la ASkhaniaian 
(Medal) I aad that on the Sail^ In 
1845-« ( Medal), ineludlnf tba teltlea 
of Moodfcaa, Peraieahah. a Sobraon. 

11 Lt Blnntlah aerred the cam- 
palfnof 1841 la Afl^faanialan ( Mfdal)! 
and that nn the SiitlcJ (Medal), In. 
dudlaf tha battlaa of Mookce mmI 



af IS» 

Pollock, aad 
the anrrmiftil 



09. 



Samnel B. M. Skinner . . 

Frederick Smith 'P20 Oct 

Thomas Rice Hamilton . . 'p 12 Nov. 47 

Pttymaeter.^YiohX. Bluntith,*^ 14 Dec.' 

Aiyutant.-^Lieta, Lionel Hook,i« 22 Dec. 45. 

Quarter-Master.— 9 James Soott/" 17 Dec. 07. 

i9tfr^eon.— James Malcolm,* 2 July 41 ; A.-S. 25 Mar. 28 ; Hotp.-Aset. 14 Dec. 26. 

Ast'ut.'Surgeon. — Darid Anderson,* M.D., "^ July, 44. 

F€ieingt Yellow. — Agents, Sir John Kirkland 6c Co. 
IRetvmed from Bengal, 10 July^ 1847.] 



lodS^iSititt.] lOth (The North Lifuoltuhire)Regt. of Foot. ['SSft.*'] 161 



Yen*' Sflrr. 



61 



0-3 






2 ?=« = 



Pull 

Sd 

29 

17 



28 
U 
12 
22 
28 


16 
22 
17 



13 

11 

11 

10 

10 

10 

8 



9 

7 

7 

8 

6 

6 

9 

6 

6 

5 

4 

6 

3 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
38 
2 
20 
13 
9 
7 
6 



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The " Sphinx," with the wordB, " EGYPT"—" PENINSULA"—" SOBRAON." 
ColoneL^9 Sir Thomas M'Mahon/ Bt, KCB. JSns. 2 Feb. 97 ; Lieut, 24 Oct. 

99 ; Capt. 8 Oct. 03 ; Mqfor, 6 Nor.OO ; lAeui^-CoL 4 May 09 ; CoL 4 June, 

14 ; Mqjar-Oen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; CoL 10th Foot, 28 

Sept. 47. 
Lieut,'Col(meU.'^Thomas Harte Franks,* CB. Ent. p7 Juhr, 25; Lieut, p26 

Sept. 26 ; Capt. p 1 Mar. 39 , Mqjor, p 29 Dec. 43 ; Lt.-CoL p28 March, 45. 
Christopher Limebear Strickland,* Ena. p31 March, 35; Lieut. p8 April, 26; 

Capt. P 24 May, 33 ; Mqjmr, 27 Dec. 42 ; Lt.-CoU 5 Sept. 45. 
Major a. — George Dobson Young,^ En». 6 April 19; LievA. 25 Aug. 25; Capt. 

21 Jan. 41 ; Mqjor, 5 Jan. 46. 
George Sheaflb Montizambert,* Em. II April 31 ; Lieut, p 11 Jan. 33 ; Capt. 29 

Sept. 42; Majwr, 23 Sept. 45. 



ENSIGN. 



9 Jan. 17 
26 Dec. 34 

16 Sept. 36 

23 Mar. 26 
4 Voy. 19 

P 22 Not. 39 
P 20 April 32 
P 3 Aog. 26 
P 6 Sept 31 
25 Oct 39 

P12 Janed5 

8 Dec. 37 

8 July 37 

P 23 Feb. 38 

28 June 38 

P 19 Oct 38 

P 17 April 40 

P 4 May 39 

21 June 39 

P 24 Sept 41 

P 16 Not. 41 

P 14 Feb. 40 

8 April 42 

28 May 42 

P 20 Dec. 89 

8 Not. 42 

P 20 Jan. 43 

24 Mar. 43 
P 5 Jan. 44 
P22Dec. 43 

17 Oct. 45 
P 27 Oct 43 

18 AprU 45 



LIEUT. 



9 Jan. 40 



• Ltett-Ool. 

PnUlkS eOtD> ; 

nuaidt<t die IQth 
in th« btttU of: 
8obr»Mi(M«dal). 



Captains. 

Thomas Miller* 

William Fenwick* ...... 

Hy. Brrington Loneden* 
John Cassidy Stock* .... 

Mitchell George Sparks* 

Sanniel Hobson* 

Richard Mordesley Best 

Charles Danbar^ 

Malcolm MacGregor .... 

George Frederick Moore.. 

Lieutenants. 

Edward Lee* 

Henry Macmanus Sail .. 
Henry And. HoUinsworth* 
Henry Radford Norman* 
John R. Graham Pattison* 
Robert George Jephson* 
J. Van Harthals Montagu* 

Henry Roe Evans* 

Charles Doyle Patterson* 
Alexander Montgomerie* 
Marshall Valenthie Bull* 

John Bendyshe* 

John Sweeting Herbert* 
Stewart C. C. Galloway* 
George Lewis DiTeAmlel* 

John Miller • . 

John William Medburst* 
John Thomas Chandler* 
Edwin Dashwood* ..•••• 
John Mapes Webb Ensor 
Richard Cormick Clifford 
John Edw. Hussey Taylor 

Cuthbert Barlow 

Ensigns. 

Charles Nedham 

John Montresor Smyth. • 
Patrick Browne Lucas . . 
C. R. Berkeley Calcott •. 
Joseph Cha. Goodfellow 
Richard Henry Trarers . . 
Geo. T. Whitaker,* adj. . . 
Henry B. Harrison Rocke p 10 Dec. 47 
Paynuuter.—jp Cuthbert BarIow,»3 Jan. 2S;Etu. 7 Jan. 10; Lieut. 13 Jan. 14. 
Adjutant. — Ens. George Thomson Whitaker,^ 24 Aug. 46. 
Q«aWer-Afrt*fer.-nJoBephGoodfellow,'«21 Feb. 28. 
Surgeon. — Edward Mockler, 7 Aag. 46 ; Atsist.Surg. 25 Sept. 35. 
^«f«f^a»^*i9i«r^e0n«.— James Gordon Inglis,M.D., 29 Mar. 39. 

James Macbeth,* M.D., 3 Dec. 41. 
Vere Webb, 13 Oct 43. 

Facings Yellow. — Agenti, Messrs. Cos 8c Co. 



19 April 27 
P 8 June 39 
P 7 Aug. 40 

1 Feb. 20 

26 Dec. 23 

V I AprU 42 

P 16 Jan. 35 

9 Not. 32 
P 12 Dec. 34 

9 Not. 41 

P 13 AprU 39 
1 Sept 40 
8 April 42 
8 AprU 42 
8 April 42 

8 April 42 
P22 April 42 

22 July 42 

4 Oct. 41 

P25N0T. 42 

P16 Dee. 42 

2 Jan. 43 

10 Not. 43 
P25Jane44 
P 1 July 42 

4 June 45 

15 Sept. 45 

P 10 Oct 45 

11 Feb. 46 
22 Dec. 

1 Jan. 

9 Oct 



captain. 



BEEV.-MAJ. 



28 Feb. 


45 


23 Sept 


45 


P 10 Oct 


45 


11 Oct 


45 


12 Oct 


45 


P 9 Dec. 


45 


8 May 


46 



16 July 41 
P15 April 42 
P26Mar. 43 

12 July 42 

28 June 36 
P25 June44 
P 7 June 39 

5 Sept. 45 

29 Not. 41 
P 21 May 47 

6 lUJorSi^lubftirceciifcdtheMe 
dal for ■enrteet in Cblna, kmrliif b««n 
pTMMt *lth the 4Mi beftfr* ICanktn. 

7 Capuia DttAlMur wrf»d with 0te 
I0th in China, Md «m prvtent at 
Ctaftcm, Amoy, Chnwui. Chlohu*. 
KingpOtChnpoo, 9haafhal.Woogunc, 
and Chin tLlang Am. 

8 Llcwt. Ler MTTcd with th« 40th 
la Sdnde and AfllthaaiJitan tHtn 
99b. isas to Not. IMf. and was m. 
Tcrrly wounded at Candahar on the 
inh Jan. IMt. He was present 
witli the lOth to tb« battto of tobraon 
(M«dal). 

9 PajnastcT Barlow ttired In the 
Peninsula from Auf. 1810 to April. 
ISlt t th« Mmpalcn agalast NepauL 
in lS16t and tha Mahiaita cam- 
paiyns of 1817 and 18 1 aad was pre- 
sent at the battle of Jabblepore, 19th 
Dee. 1817. He waa present with 
tlw IQth at the battle of Sabcaon. 
(Medal). 

10 Qnarter-tfastef GoodfMlow 
senrad with the llth In the Napaul 
war in 1814* 1& i at tha tirte aad 
capture of Hattras in 1817; in tha 
Piadarrea aad Mahratta eampalfna 
of 1817 and IB { aad at the eieta 
and storoiing of Bhurtpore In 1890. 
He serr^ with tha f6th thmuffh- 



45 

47 
46 

P 10 Dec. 47 ,^ Hi, war la China (medal), and 
was present at the capture of Chttinn, aperations be- 
fore Canton, repulse of the nitht attaak on Ninvpo, 
attack and eaptnre of the enemy's Intrenched camp on 
the hci(hts of Scfoan, attaeli and captore af Chapeo» 
taiitnff of Shanthao and Woeauat, asaaolt and eaptora 
of Chia Klang Poo. aad inTCttmeBt of Nankin. 



I !lr llramaf M*MdKm serted at the blockade of MalU in 1800. In the Penlnsola In 1809. 10. 11. aad part of 1819, in. 
ekidtaf tha opataMoos agafnet Marshal Hassena, oeetipation of the positions defrndtng Lisbon, pursnlt af Massena, and 
atber desoltorr services. Eatly in 1819 he proceeded to Calcutta, aad was appo i nted Adjutant- General to Her Majesty's 
Ibceas In India. In 1817 uid 18 he serred in the fleld with the Marquis of HastlnfS, when his Lordship look eommand of 
tha army In peratm. and raerutrd his brilliant and triumpliant operations agaitiflt the whole fbrea of the confederated 

hrstta Statea, which were in sueeessiiui annihilated. 



162 



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64 


Pull 


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36 


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4 


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10 





16 





13 





11 





11 





22 





22 


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7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





10 





6 





6 





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llth{Th0 North Devonshire) Regt. of Foot. [" mS^T^a. * 

— " Pbhivscla.*' Colonel, 

9 Sir John Wilson/ KCB :Btu. 26 Mar. 1794; Lieut. 12 Ang. 06 ; Capt. 18 

Jan. 99; Jlf/^/or, 27 May, 1802; Lieut.-Col. 22 Dec. 08; Col 4 Jane, 14^ 

Mqj.'Gen, 27 May, 26; Lieut.-Oen. 28 Jnne, 38; Col 11th R«^t. ]0M«y,41. 
Lieut.'Colonel—^SS3i Henry Keane Bloomfield,' Ens, 30 Sept. 13 ; Lieut, p 7 Aug. 

17 ; Capt, P 1 April, 24 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 28 June, 38; Mqjor, P26 Feb. 41 % 

Lieut.'Col P27 June, 46. 
Afqjor$.-^ohn Casemlr Harold,' JEns. 26 Sept. 06 ; Lieut. 28 Kuj, 07 ; Cbp/; 

16 Feb. 16 ; Brevet- Mt^or, 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqfar, 6 Noy. 41. 
John Singleton, Bns. P17 June, 26; Xi«tf^ p31 Dec 27; Cap^ P16 Feb. 80; 

Major, 9^ June, 46. 



Captaivs. 

Edward Moore 

Alexander Cockbum .... 
Edward Lynch filosse . . 
Augustus Fred. Jenner. . 

William Kenny 

Lewis Charles Con ran . . 

John James Grant 

Robert Webster 

William Henry Thornton 
OwenFlorance Louis Ward 

Lieutenants. 

John Walpole D'Oyly . . 

Lawre. Hartshorne Scott 

William Chalmers 

James Pattison 

J. R. T. Hastings Parker 
Frederick DuiTy Bewes . . 
John Robert Wilton .... 
Henry Maynard Ball .... 
John Alexander Hunter.. 
John Theodore Tho. Boyd 

Winter Qoode 

John Roe 



Ensignb. 
Joseph Stewart Trayers . . 

Mathias S. Crooke 

Rich. Wingfidd Cardiff. . 
Henry John Maclean . . . . 
Geo. J. Arnolds Cameron 
Harry Clayton Hague 
Philip Doyne Vigors . . . • 
John Mac Henry 



ENSIGN. 



21 May 18 
P 4 Dec. 32 



LIEUT. 



7 Apr. 26 
P 27 May 36 
P16 Not. 33!P26Jan. 39 
I' 9 Oct. 36jP21 June 39 
P 3 Nov. 37 P 16 Dec. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P 17 Mar. 37 

9 Mar. 20 

10 April 26 

3 Oct. 36 

P 26 Feb. 41 

P 17 Sept. 41 
26 Oct. 42 



2 Apr. 41 

P12 Feb. 28 

26 Nov. 30 

1 Nov. 38 

P 13 Dec. 42 

P 6 Sept. 43 
P 13 Oct. 43 



8 Nov. 42 1 ('6 April 44 
P 22 Nov. 42iP26 Apr. 44 
P 13 Dec. 42 P26 May 44 
P14 April 43 p 30 July 44 
29 Dec. 38 
P21 July 43 



3 Dec. 41 
P 6 Dec. 44 



P 6Scpt.43 P27 June4o 
P 21 Jan. 42! 4 July 46 



P 26 Apr. 44 
P 26 May 44 



P28 AuK. 46 
P 9 Oct. 40 



7 Feb. 30 

P 13 Dec. 42 

P 6 Sept. 43 

P 6 April 44 

P 30 July 44 

P 7 June 44 

22 Mar. 44 

29 Dec. 43 

26 Feb. 46, 

P 9 0ct« 40' 



BRBV.-XAJi 



S Lb-Col. Biiiiiigtlii sfrrtd lb* 
caiiii»aiffn of ISIA, lnclii41i« Ow 
hatUe of Waterloo, •tonsloc of 
CombrMf , and eapcurr of Paris 

a M^r Harold icrvvd die eum- 
palfn and taule of Conaa*. B«- 
prditioo to Walcheren a«d titrf mt 
FluablBf. 

C Paymarter B>»yd aecooipaalcd 
th* esprdltioa lo Walcbetrn, aad 
«aa pTMeni at the •!«(« «r Flittlikw. 



27 May 44 

P 20 Aug. 44 

P 6 Dec. 44 

30 May 46 

23 Feb. 44 

P28 Aug. 40 

P 9 Oct. 46 

P 2 Apr. 47 

PiiyiiMU^er.— Alexander Boyd,* 8 Fcb.21 ; £tu. 14 Sept 08; Lieut.O Aug. 00. 

Adijutani. — 

Quarter^MoMter. — J. J. Grant, 6 Oct. 38. 

S^ur^nm.— John Strange Chapman,? 5 Oct.41 ; il.-iSf.28 Sep. 260.4.16 Dee. 26. 
Assittant'Surgeont.'^ThomM Guy, MD. 28 Jan. 42. 

Thornton Marshall, 11 April, 46. 
l^rxcm^f, Green. — Agent , Charles R. M'Origor, Bsq. 

1 sir loha WllMa tcrred la tbc Waat lodln la 17SS, and was pw w at at the eaptuir of St. LAele. InelvdlOff tk» ■!«■» of 
Morae Povtuneo. Also at the taklat oT 81. Vtaecot. ImladfaK dio opnalloaa afalaM the ftart* la that lalaad. la Jaly M- 
lo«l«t bo «a* laado prteoaer of war, aad carrf «d late Ouadaloope. la Jan. I9S7. b* «aa oa^ared at ala la ibt BritftA 
mawnil la 17W bo waa at tho taklat of Mlaorea. la 1800. be embarkrd oo aa cayedlUoa OfalnM Cbdis. la UBl. to 
Kcypt, and waa pretrot la tho aetioM of tho ISlh nd Slat March, and during th* whole of that eaaipaicn. Ho proaee^d to 
Ibo POetaMola la 180S. and was ■rrorrly woaadcd at the hotUo of Vhalora. la Jan. 1880, he jotecd tho LoaHaaiaa legiam, 
and aeted with tbia corpa darlag aa ardwMM period of terrioo, la which It wai iipiafdly oatagoa wllh tt>t tacwy. 
o w p l oyed la eovorlav Clodad Bodrlfo nd Alntelda. la Juao IBIO, be was attached to the PoctaK«*«* aiaiyi, aad 
tho ■abieqoeat oporailona afalm§t Hanbal Soalu ■■ wM la the aorthoT Porttagal as ««n tbc easteta fraaUer, bo ( 
•tvaaeod corps of Marshal BcrcsJbrd*t amy. la April 1811. lie was appolaiod soeond la coanaaad to General SilreliB tm 
the prorlnoa of Tna os Moatot, and acted as socb duriog a period of the oporatloos afslasC Pvebia da Saaahrta, w4m« iho 
iMaco waa taken by that gonenJ. la Scpi fttllowlat, ho was appointed to the cnrnmaod of the adranead guard of Qmeni 
BMtrllar'i Corps d'Anaee, aad enployed on Marshal Matsona^ rear dnring his fUTailoa of Portugal, bclag ropeairdly 
eagagtd with the eneanr. la April 1 8 IS, touk the Seld again la carniaaad of ih* Militia of the PiotImo of Ml^o. and waa 
eng a ged la acUro opcrodons against Marshal Marmont, on the fb^onUers of the Beicm. In Juno 1618. he Joined tho anny ai hte 
own roqucot, and waa appointed to t h i ra wi a a d of the Itt PoriuRUcse Brigade of tnCsntry. with which he screed at the sleg* 
of Saa Sebaatlan. the paasage of the Bidaawia, and battle of the Kivello t oad oa the loth Nor. foUowin/. being engaged «Uh 
Us Brigwia. ho waa again s«»«erely wooa'^ed. Sir Juha baa rM>«iT«d a medal for San Bebatttaa. 

T Mr. ChapaMn serred flbfwogtioat the campaign la AS'ghsntsian nndor Lord Kaane, and was p iesoa t at the ttota ud 
capiuiv off tho Ibrtnss oad dtadol of Ghum c. for ohlch bo has reetlt ed a aaedaL 




S7 

B 21 



.lOAu^'iS?:] \ith{Tlie East Suffolk) Regt. of Foot. [^SlSftf^^] 163 



I- Si 



SScf 

^ O « 



s S 



I 



^1 Carpe^'—^SERINGAPATAM*'—" INDIA*" - " ^^^»« 

Col&nel^ffon. Robert Meade, ^n*. 7 Nov. 1787 ; Ideut. 16 Mbv 93 • Cavt 
23 Sept. 93 ; Mqjar, 30 Oct. 94; IAeui,-Col, 10 Mar. 95 ; Col. 29 April (^ " 
l^S^BuSiTgO^ Oct. 09; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; <9m. 10 Jan. 37;' Co/! 

Xi«<f.-Co/o7M?/*.— John Patton, JFn*. 18 Sc»l. 17; JAeut.fl Mar. 21 • Cant 
V 10 Sept. 25 ; Jlf<yor, p 31 Oct. 34 ; Lieut-Col. P 18 Aug. 43. ' ^ 

r. Sterling Freeman Glover, ^n*.21 Feb. 11; X^ 25 Nov. 13: Cavt. P31 May 33- 
Mqjor, P18 Aug. 43 ; Lt.-Col. 14 April 46. , P oi iiiay,DO, 

3f<^(W*.— William Bell, JEns. p 3 April 27 ; Lieut, p 8 Oct 30 : Capt. p 3 July 85 • 
3fqfor^ 2 Nov. 43. 7 ^ ^ , , 

r. James Maxwell Perceval, Bns. p21 June, 33; Lieut. P 18 Mar. 36: Cavt. 
P18May,38; 3fq;or, p 14 April, 46. * ^ 



Captaiks. 

r. Charles Granet 

Alfred Home 

r. Thomas Brooke 

r, Thomas Moore 

John Francis Kempt .... 
Hew Dalrymple Fanshawe 
Robert George Duff . . . 
r. Patrick Francis Blake 

Perrott Thornton 

r. Bennett Watk. Gfllman 
Francis Gilbert Hamley 

r. John Marcon 

Lieutenants. 
Charles Robert Storey . . 
r. William Robert Lewis 

Henry D. Persse 

WUliam Longfield 

r. Geo. Curzon Bisshopp 
r. James Clarke Hearn. . 
r. Richard Atkinson .... 

Henry Segrave 

James Wm. Espinasse . . 
Wm. Edward Crofton,^^;. 
John Reynolds Palmer . . 
Wm. Henry Queade .... 
r. Edward Foster, acf;. . . 

r. Thomas Dundas 

r. Geo. Richard Littlchale 

Thomas George Vereker . . 

Ensigns. 

r. Thomas Garner 

r. Edward Herrick 

Hans White 

John Lulor 

r. Henry Albert Norris.. 

r. Henry Cole 

r. Frederick Bagnell .... 

Henry Robson 

George Newton Fendall . . 
r. Robert Nasmyth Irving 



ENSIGN. 



P 19 July 31 
P19 Nov. 25 
P 31 Oct. 34 
30 Mar. 14 
P 16 June 30 
4 July 34 
P 29 July 36 

26 Jan. 26 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P 23 Aug. 37 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 18 May 38 

P 16 June 30 
P 21 Feb. 34 
22 April 36 
P 22 Mar. 39 
P 12 June 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P18 Mar. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 
P 30 Apr. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

1 May 42 
9 June 43 

2 May 42 

27 Dec. 42 
Pl2May 43 
P 23 May 45 

P25 VoY. 45 

16 Dec. 45 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P21 July 46 

9 Sept. 46 

20 Oct. 46 

P 27 Oct. 46 

11 Dec. 46 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 23 Jan. 35 
P27 Nov. 28 
P 29 July 36 

25 Nov. 21 
19 May 37 

P 25 May 38 
P 26 June .38 

80 July 29 
P 22 Mar. 39 

16 Oct. 40 

P 25 July 37 

8 Feb. 42 

29 Jan. 36 

26 June 38 

13 Mar. 40 
29 Apr. 42 

P 13 May 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P17 Feb. 43 
P12 May 43 
P18 Aug. 43 

5 Jan. 46 

6 Jan. 46 
P 27 June 45 

14 Apr. 46 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P21 July 46 
Pll Dec. 46 



P 27 Apr. 38 

P21 Feb. 34 

P 15 May 40 

30 Sept. 36 

29 Apr. 42 

P13 May 42 

P25 0ct. 42 

5 May 42 

P 12 May 43 

PlSAug. 43 

2 Nov. 43 

P 14 Apr. 46 



BREy-MAX. 



9 Nov. 46 
9Koy. 46 



1 Doctor Maektjr wervfd irfth 
Uie 9th In the umpajfn on the 
FutlcjCHedid) In 184A.a, including 
the battles of Moodkee and Fe- 
roseihah. 



2 Mar. 47 

Paywifl**^.-— Robert W^illington Kyffin. 17 Sent 41 . I?... 1^ nr t^ ,. 
23 Dec 13 ; Capt. 11 Sept. 40. ' ^ ' ^ ' -^"* " ^^^ ^« > ^^*' 

A4futants.^Lieut. Wm. Edw. Crofton, 29 March 44 

r. Lieut. Edward Foster, 14 April 46 
Quarter-Masters.-^ ohn Cowell, 20 Oct. 43, ' 

r. Alexander Nesbitt, 1 1* Dec. 46 
5ttr^«»w.—r. William Dick, MD. 7 Aue. 46 • >l-w,/* c- 10 *r «« 

Wm. Robertson. MD. U Ju?f if //r^ j^^^^^^ ^\ 

Assistant-Surgeons.--r. John Small, 30 Dec 45 ^ 30 ; £f. ^. 8 i 

Peter^Mackey.i M.D. 30 July, 44. 

, ^^ . u ■ ~- J'actngi Yello w— A ffents. Messr s. Cox & Co. 

.? S2*i°!.r-l"."l"?!» '^^®^'="™^' »nd ^»*'*7» Lieou-nant Wade, and 



May 28. 




Yean' Serv. 






64 



Paj. 




164 13/A, (>r Prince Albert's Regt. of Light Infantry. ["^J SSf^ 

The "fl!p*<««,»» with the words. " EUYPT," " MARTINIQHB." **A VA," "AFFQHA Nl8TAM>'NmittWEK.' ' 

A Murta Crmvti, SDp«neiit»d «* JEhLALABAD," ** GA&OOL. 1848.** 

9 Sai 5{r William Maynard Qomm,^ ECB. J^fu. 24 Hay, 94 ; LUnd. 16 
Not. 94; Ca/?^ 25 June, 03 ; Mqjar, 10 Oct. U ; LieuL-Col. 17Aiig. IS; C0L 
16 May, 29; Maj-Oen. lOJan. 37;X/.-C?en. 9 Xov.46; Co/.ldth,lOMar,46. 

Xt«<^.*Colofi€L— Charles Stuart, JEns. P30 Dec 26; Lt. pSI Dec. 28 ; Liemt. k, 
Capt. P 16 July, 82 ; CapL & Zieut,-Col. 16 April, 46. 

^tfT/or^.— 9 Richard Martin Meredith,* JSns, I April, 13 j Lieut. 26 Jan. 16; 
Capt. 2 Sept. 88 ; Major, 15 Dee. 43. 

A. P. S. WilkimKm,' CB. JEnt. 26 Dec 22 ; Zieui. 16 Dec. 24; Capt. 6 Sept. 99 ; 
Brev.'Mqj. 4 Oct. 42 ; Jtf/pgr, p 8 Nov. 46. __^^ 







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Captains. 
James Henry Fenwick*. . 
Peter Redmond Jennings^ 
Alex. Essex F. Holcombe^ 

George King^ 

Rollo Gillespie Burslem' 
John Stewart Wood,^ «. 
Hon. E. J. W. Forester* 

DaTid Rattray' 

George Mein,' 8 

John William Cox' ... 

LlBUTENAKTS. 

George Wade,* ad{j. . . . 
Fred. Van Straubenxee'^ 
GranvilleG.C.Stapylton * > 

George Talbot,' ' 

Gerald Fitz Gerald King 
Geoi^re Henry Tyler .... 
Russell Charlea Stanhope 
Charles Rowley Piatt . . 
James Duncan Longden 

Melville Browne 

Henry Hogge 

Ensioks. 

James Nicol 

Edward Lynch 

Hugh Maurice Jones . . 
Kenneth Rob. Murchison 

Robert Peel 

William Henry Kerr ... 

Stanton Senior 

Alired P. F. C. Somerset 
Rbt. BlackallMontgomery 
Henry Stone 



ENSION. 



25 Oct. 27 
c 6 Aug. 28 
P ^Dec 30 

13 April 31 
13 April 32 
12 April 31 
P 28 Dec. 32 
P 27 Mar. 35 
19 June 86 

26 June 38 

27 May 86 
P 17 Aug. 38 

16 June 39 

7 F6b. 40 

P 3 Nov. 40 

23 July 42 
P23 Feb. 44 
P 30 Sept. 42 

31 Mar. 43 

24 Feb. 43 
P 22 Dee. 43 

24 May 44 

PdO May 45 
P 22 Apr. 46 
P 28 Apr. 46 
P 21 July 46 
P 31 July 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
22 Jan. 47 
P 24 Sept 47 



LIB0T. 



30 Oct. 31 

P 22 June 32 

12 Sept. 34 

P 16 Jan. 35 

P 27 Mar. 35 

P 21 Aug. 35 

9 Apr. 38 

2 Sept. 38 

21 April 39 

22 Apr. 40 

6 Sept. 89 



CAPTAIK. )BBBT.-MAJ. 



40cl. 42 



«> 15 Dec. 40 
13 Jan. 42 

22 July 42 
2 Aug. 42 

20 Dec. 42 
30 June 43 

23 May 45 
P21 July 46 
P 3Nt>T.46 
P 9 Apr. 47 

4 M«jor PmvI^, 
and tfer Ron. Capt Fofvatrr 1 

ffhaaitUo froa 18IS to ISIS iaci*. 
•lT«,tBekidfiif th«*t«na ■nSca^now 

Rlioovd C«b«ol P*«, aaui of Tc- 
Sf«ii. ftw«l«c tte Jt^vBat 
rcduetlato of Uk« ftrc of 
KJmII, <i S e iM -' riTWrtaii 
lurtlrt Ml th« I4ta N«v. Md 
D«c. 1S41. lltb IC«rcii,litte 
moA lit April. 1S4S, | 
•ad deflrat «f Akbat 
JclUlabad (Bfdal), iumi^^ (he 
beigbtB ot JofSttUae^ 



30Apr.41j?-fSrf£ 

13 Jan. 42 
22 July 42 

14 Oct. 42 

14 Apr. 46 
P27 Feb. 46 

26 July 44 
P 3N4Mr. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 

■etlen of Tta»en, and Ncaptw ef ciaodi fhw^alV 
Capt. ForealFr trrrrd «« an atrir da caip |» ^ Hd- 
loitchbj Cotton Id ISSS, SP, and 40, a»d at 01 

15 PaTmaatar Oarew a»rr«d whb the 17^ 
lh« eaaapalga oa tha N«ilHidda la IS14 « 
and Kuftch. indudiaf liie ilrga of A^|ar lb ffHi | la 
Dwarkar, 1816 ; the tampmign acalaat tha Ptodatrtca ta 
1817 and 18| la Ckadelih. IStS 1 aad ia B«t««aiL ia 
1811. HeaerTadiBtb«iataLt.lalw«a( 
tbc India, dorlDf 1888. 89. and IS^ aad 
eaptuc of GiiiiaiM«i tar whksh ha 




P 24 Dec. 47 
Pffyma*fer.— Harry Carew," 1 Feb. 31 ; £ns. 1 Jan. 11 ; Xienf. 19 Uatt^, 14. 
Adljutant.-^Lieut. OeoTf^ Wade,* 26 June 46. 

Quarter-Matter. — Bryan Hanrahan, 16 Apr. 47. {ffoip.^AsHtt. 29 Dec. t5. 
^ur^mm.— John Robertson/ MD. 14 Dec. 41 ; Aaist.-Surgeon, 13 Mai^h, 9B; 
A tfistant' Surgeon. — Frederick William Tupper, 8 Jun^ 41. 
Facing$ Blue. — Agt$., Messrs. Cox k Co. — Irish Agts., Sir E.R. Borough^ ^^.^AxaitlcCo. 

[Returned fWmi India, 18 July 46.] 
1 Sir William Oomm lenred in the expedition to the He1d«r, In 1799, inclndlDg tLe acilan«C tha IKH 







Inclodinfflie landing at 
etorminf aeven Slock adna «| 
and7tb Dec. IMi; 
Koklf^ (wounded) } ezpediUon to Bawetn, and eaptore of Neinnit, Baf»e)n, end Lamlaai scUoaa IB 
k^km and Napadee. •torainf «r Meiloon, and battle of paitahm Mew. He alto nrved thro 
eampatfn* in AJgl— Irtan fima laM to 184t Ineluslve, itictudlnf the eipeditJon to Gtriahh, 
Ohuanfa (medal), »tonninffof the Kboord Cabool Paaa, ailUr of Teieen, forrtnf the 



S ' • Is-s i«4«*^*^***' . _ 

.'S'Sfel*,** Paia, reduction of the fcrt of Mamoo Khail, hvroic defence of Jellalabad, and aoitlea 00 tba ISlh ]f«T. «bB 
SiS-a «-sS_-5 lat Dec- II " " " 




aa 4 « '^^ ^ ^ • 



V ^ am ^ V iawa i ttit t ttft i^a %sav ws ^ vs abwu^^v gn aam jaa sava^^ev \avivM^w va avCAsa4Vi#waM Huaa VUa%ai«B U^B LUV M\ 

S^I^ 1*' !>**«* 1MI« 11^' March, tdth March, and Iti Apr! 1,1 842; general action and def««tof Akhar 
- ^ tf Jeltalabad on the 7ib April 1849 (medal), In which action be commanded tlie eeotre oolnma 

of Colooal Dennle. Commanded the I9ih In ttoimlng tbo hclghta of JugdoUnck, in the gan 

Tcteen, and at tiie recapinre of Cabool (medal), for which he haa receitcd the CompawloniMp oC Hm 
10 IJent. Straub«>ntee lerved the rempalcva of \fiO, 41. and 4ft. and wa* precenl in mttf 



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at 



Jj^JIJ^Jf ] \4ith (JITie Buckinghamshire) Regt of Foot 

. Ontte Bcar-akUnOftMOf the Grenadlen and Orttrnmen, the WhU4 HorMt ** Nm eapera terrent, 
' ^ ••T^tTHTfAY^— "CXiRUNNA"— •♦JAVA"— «*WATEHLOO»»--"BHU»TPORE-*» The Eo 



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••TDtJinf AT^— "C^RUNNA"— •♦ JAVA"— «* WATERLOO"— " BHURTPORE." The Eoyat 

TVdT.AiMncribed*' INDIA." 

Colonel, 
Sir James Watson, > KCB., JBns, 24 June, 1783; Lieut. 18 April, 92 ; Capt. 11 

Mar. 95; Mq^r, 8 Dec. 02; Lieut.-Col. 15 May, 06; CoL 4 June, 14*. 

Mqj'Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Lieut.^Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 14th R«gt. 24 May, 37. 
Lieut.'CoUmeL—Uamice Barlow, Sns. P21 July, 14; Lieta. 23 March, 15; 

Capt. P 20 Dec 21 ; Mtyor, p 12 June, 28 ; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. 23 Not. 41 ; 

Lieut.'Col. 24 Dee. 47. 
lf<{;or.9.— James Watson,* Sns. 22 Mar. 21 ; Lieut. P25 Dec. 22; Capt vl4 

Dec. 32 ; Mq^&r, p 10 Jan. 40 ; MajWy 24 Dec. 47. 
Cha. Rayner Newman,' Bne. 28 Sept. 09 ; Lieut. 15 Aug. 1 1 ; Capt. p 1 May, 

28: Brev.-Mqjor, 23 Nov. 41. 



1 

Captains. 

Tho. Holmes Tidy* ... 

9 Joseph South 7 

John Watson 

Sir Jas. £. Alexander,' t\ 

Ralph Budd 

John Dwyer 

Edward Archdall 

WilHam Doughis 

George Black • • 

Edward Prothero, # 

Lieutenants. 

William BlundeU 

1^ John Spence* 

Rob. Wm. Romer 

John Peter HalU ••*.... 
Darid Tho. Armstrong, r. 
John M'CuUochOToole^' 

Loftus Hare 

William Cosmo Trevor . . 
Frederick Hammersley.. 
Robert Macdonald, a4j. 
Charles Cecil Newman . . 

Browning Drew 

Henry Townsend 

Ensions. 
Simeon Charles Lousada 

George Slater 

wnihim Hanbury Hawley 
Charles Francis Fuller . . 
C. J. Smith Dodsworth . . 

Thomas Segrave 

Frederick Le Mesurier . . 



ENSIGN. 



14 April 25 
16 Feb. 08 

20 July 26 
P 20 Jan. 25 

10 Mar. 25 
P 19 July 31 

6 Sept. 34 
P2dMay 34 

9April25 
P 2 Oct. 35 

PSOOct. 35 

22 April 36 

P 30 Sept. 36 

P 26 April 39 

22 Nov. 39 

21 June 39 
P31 Jan. 40 

11 Mar. 42 
P 1 July 42 

20 May 42 

26 July 44 

P 7 Mar. 45 

30 Dec. 45 

P 3 Apr. 46 
21 Apr. 46 
P 10 July 46 
2 Oct. 46 
P 27 Oct. 46 
P 8 Jan. 47 



LIEUT. 



P28Sept.26 

14 Mar. 11 
P17 May 27 
P26 Nov. 25 
P 16 Mar. 26 

21 Nov. 34 
P 25 Nov. 36 

1 Aug. 38 
12 July 27 

P 26 April 39 

P 10 Jan. 40 
11 Jan. 40 

15 Jan. 40 
P 23 April 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P24 June 42 

18 Nov. 45 

22 Jan. 
P21 Apr. 

20 June 

2 Oct. 
P 8 Jan. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRST.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 46 
23 Nov. 41 

9 Nov. 46 



46 
46 
46 
46 
47 
24 Dec. 47 



P 2 Oct. 35 
13 Mar. 27 

Pll Aug. 37 

P 18 June 30 

1 June 41 

22 Jan. 46 

P 3 Apr. 46 
18 Sept. 46 
16 July 41 
24 Dec. 47 



11 LiMt. Onreoi* MTTcd with tiM 
49Ui on tb« China expvAiUon. Ma4 
was prawBt M tb« attack ana rap- 
tnra of A n>07| th« •eoood capture of 
Chuaan, attack and captara of Chin- 
hae, occupation of Ninfpo and r»- 
pulM of tho nlfht attack, attack 
and CRptttn of 8cc:oaD, Cbapoo, 
Wooaunf , and Chin Klaog Foo, 
and Um d«iiM»natntioo bcfota Nan- 
kin. 

6 Major Naw»anw«aattib0ilcff« 
and stonBinr of Bhurtpora, 

• Major Tid^ curved at the ilc^ 
and captara ot Bhutpote. 

7 Major Smith Mrred with th» 
27th in Sieilv whan Marat threat* 
enad it witn invasion i and, fov 
aaarW three yaarsinthePaninaala, 
ineludinr tba battla of Gaatalla' 
and the attaok at the Col d'Ordal.' 



2 Mar. 47 
W.R.Bennu]ghamM'Qwire| 24 Dec. 47 



8 Sir J. Alexander terved foar year* in ih» 
Madras ca?alry prerious to being tranafemd to 
H. M. Dragoons; wat present with the armtea 
in the field during the late Bunnan, Persian, 
Turkish, Portuguese and Gafl^ wars. 

10 Quarter-Master Ooddard was at Water- 
loo, 18lh June, and storming of Cambray, 94th 
June, 1816. Preient at the Siege of Hattras. 
Serred the campaign of 1817 and IB, in the 
Deccaa. Present at the siege and stominc 
of Bhurtpore, 18S0. 



yPaymaiter.—VeteT Valentine Wood, 2 Aug. 31 ; Em. 17 Sept. 07 ; lAeut. 

8 Jan. 11 ; Capt. 13 Feb. 28. . 
A^Hutant.—lAeui. Robert Macdonald, 2 Oct. 46. 
QuiOrter-MaMter.—^^ Samuel Goddard/<> 20 March, 23 
SuTffeom.'^yfm. WalUice, M.D.,2 Jaly, 41 ', A.8.% Mar. 27 ; B.A. 17 Aug. 96. 
Ataitt.'Surg.— John Elliott Carte, M.D. 31 Dec. 41. 

Fadngt BxifS^^Agentt^ Messrs. Downes tc Son. 
[Returned from Nova Scotia, 28 June 1847.] 

t Sir Janei Waiaon lenred with the 14th Regt. on the Continent under the Duke of York in 1708 and M ; 
•i the redoetioa of the fslands of St. Lucie and Trinidad in 1706 and 07. Commanded the 14th regiment at 
«b« d^tore of the Isles of France and Java, including the assault and capture of I]||o4:docarta ; comnuuided 
qM ezpeditioa that captured the piratical state of Samhas in Borneo in 1819; at the capture of the fort 
oTllSiKraa, and in the Plndarree and Mahratta wars; actively assisted at the redueUoo of the foftresa of Dho- 
m ow e Vondela (where he led the storming party), Ourra Kotah, and Asseeif hnr. Medal for Java. 

9 SI ^|or Watson senred at the siege and storming of Bhurtpora. 

• OWt. Spence served the campaigns of 1818 and 14, in Spain and France, with the Mtb, and was pra- 
«eai 1^ the passage of the Bi'iassoa, battle of Nivelle and Nlve, and aetioiis naar Bayonne. 

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5Sr PhUeM BiaU,* KGH. J^. 31 Jm. 1792 ; XImU. » Veb. 04; C^. «1 
lfAy>94; iir<v'ar»8 Deo. 04; Xwu^.-GM. I JTan. IBOO; CW. 96 Jidv, 10; JTn^- 
(?«n. 4 June, 13; JJeui.^Gen. 27 May^ 25; (7«m 23 Nor. 41 ; C0L 16th Foot, 
8^Ap&40. 

ItoixMtiu PioiigMi JEbtf . 11 Ifov. 13; XteuT. 9 1« Oet. 17 ; CapL^^O Oct tit -, 
Mt^ar, Pdl Dec. 30 ; JAeut.-CoL 9 21 March 46. 



George Pinder, Sm, P24Aiig.26; Lieui.v^l Dee.SOj C^. »21 Oct^M; 

ilfq/or,T»24Bfay,44. 
Robert Alexander Cnthbert, JS^. t»25 Sept. 23; Zietuf. » 7 My SB ; C4lf}^« ^28 

May 29 ; Jlfq/or, p 21 March 46. 



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CiLPTAIVa. 

James Robert Brunker .. 
R. H. J. 3. H'CunmuQg 

Jobii A. Cole 

Jolm Hitpe Wingfteld •• 
Fit$ Wmma Walker. . . . 

Henry Grierson 

Daniel Capel 

Hon, FranciB Colborne^ t . 
William Pulton ....... 

LlVUTllNAirV. 

Robert MacQregofi, tUpm, 
Chai. £dw. Aitell^ «.•... 
Jamea AUix WilkiuMn .. 
A hre.1l(^ntonSenieU/M{^, 
William Boyle, d. 4i4f- ^ • 
Edwaid Pardoe «. 



BNax»]r« 



9 April 26 
PlODec 24 

14 Jan. SO 
9 17 May 31 
P31 Dee. 30 
p 9 Aug. 33 
P29 April 36 
P lOct. 36 
P 10 Apr. 86 

lOPeb. 96 

6 Oct. 96 

P24Feh. 37 

10 Mar. 37 

J^16Peb. 98 

6 Dec. 38 

P 18 Jan. 39 

John Smith •.r#...iP12July 80 



« » » 



C.Theodore deM^teiwoh 
WitUftfnWestToffiqr* .. 
Johnson Wilkinson .... 
William Drake Hague . . 
Charles Wm.Clayton East 
Conrad Montgomery .... 
ENaiOHS. 

Henry Walters 

George John Walmsley . . 

Cliri^pher Sayers 

AnguatuaFfed.Warbnrton 
Frederiek Henry Myliua 
iiUimDel James. Bleneowe 
John tiloyd .»••..<.••.. 
AlfredTodd 



X«IXUT« 



0APT4Z]f. 



9 Sept. 28 
P 6 Oct. 26 

26 May 33 
P 4 Oct. 33 
p 17 June 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 14 Dec. 88 
Pl$Jan. 30 
jPllOct. 30 

21 Dec 39 



PiaJaly 90 

10 Feb. 41 
P 4 Aug. 40 
P 6 May 42 
P23June43 
P20 Dec. 441 

P 21 July 43 

P 6 Oct. 43 

6 Jan. 44 

Pis June 46 

11 July 46 
P 6 Not. 46 
P13Nof. 46 
P 26 June 



6 Aug. 97 
P 22 June 30 
P 4 Aug. 40 
P 18 8ept.40 
P21 May 41 
p22 ApT.49 
P23Jfiiie43 
P29 8ept«46 
P27Dec.40 
P24May 44 
PlSJane46 
P 6 Nov. 46 
F90Dee. 46 



P 14 Sept. 32 
P26iroT.80 
P 14 Deo. 33 
p 18 Jim. 39 
P91 Jtme 89 

6 May 42 
p99 Sept. 43 
P94 May 44 
Pl9Ape. 44 

0May46 



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46 



t Otntatai Wftlter «u mt thm 
•leion of Fliwlibiff •»«• takiM of 
Terrene In the Mlaiii of tfftW 
catno. Prtieot nt tkff cmalng 
of lb« lUdMKW, ind actWiw* 

a U^it. ffoTBOT HfTcil iriia 
t]i# MCft In Chlna^ U|4 wit .on^ 
mm St tke dcfenc* or Nb^^po^ 
■rdoi bf TMke, mtt^df. umI 



47l 



AMMffir.-^ Charies Walker/ 1 Jii]y,24 ; Sm. P94 Mar. 08; lAtuL ABm. 04 1 

Copt. 21 Oct. 13. 
A4iuimU<p^IMU. ASgemon RAbtesoti tewall^ 16 Umg^ 48. 
Quarter-Moiter. — Robert Imray, 8 June, 38. 

^r^wn^Wm. DoUon,99Mar.30; Auut.-JSIyr§. 99 SepL96; B^m^^Amui. 
6 May, 16. 

A«ttf.*'filir7ed7ii.— Iliomas Henry O'Flahcrbr, 15 Not. 30. 

James Alexander Wishart, M.D., Dec. 45. 

Fadngt YeUow— ^^mf#, 5tr John Kirkland k, Co. 



1 Sir rUacM 



atoll has ircrtT«4 * mr49\ 
at ibc battle of OUppa 



ictTfd te A»Cf«n IB tSl^ mmA 



^jSLjS ^] . Ifl^A ( 3^ Bedfordshire) Regt, of Foot r8«^««f •» «- ia«»i« !•- 



l^laodt, llepot at VougjuX^ 



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28 



14 



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16 

22 
14 



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18 
17 
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5 
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P Wm. Carr, VUcomU BeresfonU QCB. GCIL Snt. 27 Aug. 1785 ; Ueut. 25 

June, 80 ; Capt. 24 Jan 91 ; Mt^^w, 1 March, 94 ; Zieui.'CoL 11 Aug. 94 ; 

CoL 1 Jan. 00; Mqi&r^Gen. 25 April, 08 ; lAoU.-Otn. I Jan« 12; £?^ 27 

Ma7, 25 : C^ 16 Regt 15 March, 23. 
Xini^.-Cai9iMl.<— Henry M'Maniu, Jffitf. 18 July, 16 ; Heui. 16 April, 20 ; Capt. 

25 Oct. 27 ; Br€v.'MqfOr, 28 Nov. 41 ; Mi^j 8 July, 42 ; Lieut^^Col. P 18 

April, 45. 
Mqfon.—JameB Brand, JSnt, 11 March, 13 ; Lieut, 17 Aug. 20 ; Capt, 25 April, 

28 ; Brev.'Mi0ar, 23 Nor. 41 ; Mqjifr, 19 Aug. 42. 
fiobett LnvmcMH^, Sh$. 1 Jane, 20 ; Lieut, 11 June 24 ; C^. P31 Aug. 30; 

Afi{ji>r, P 18 April, 45. 



Captains. 

Charles Murray* 

William Aahmore 

Atsxander Munro » • • * • 
Hon, Jamas Colbome, #. 
Joltn WiflettPayneA udain 
Henry Copinger. ...... 

'Chariea Hawker 

John Headerson 

Ffaacis Lacas^ 

CbariatDttiie 



FnmdM P. Gauidi .... 
Chas. JeflHaa Carter . . 
Wm.& Lycm Bennett, ik^'. 
Cbaa. Lorenzo de Winton 
John OctaTius Chichester 
George Patriclc Goldie . . 
Charles Armstrong .... 
George F^red. Mac^nald 
Henry Alfred Maodonald 
George John Peacocke . . 
L. Stanhope Rkh. Lotell 
Geo. De la Poer Bereaford 
lliovas C. Higghison 

£MftiaMS. 
Jtilw Thomas James . • 
Charies-Coote Grant . . 
William Armstrong . . . 

Thomas Lyons 

Fred. Wardell Rnztoo 

John Parker 

Henry Eyans Quin. . . . 
Cook Bibha Fkvwer. . •• 



JBVSIGV. 



lasuT. 



1 Sept. 15 

P 18 Feb. 26 

6 Oct. 15 

P 21 Mar. 84 

14 Dec. 26 

28 Apr. 25 

22 Feb. 81 

P 20 Jan. 32 

P 1 Oct 25 

1 Ang. 34 



P25NOV.28 
18 June 30 
P 12 Apr. 81 
P 15 Feb. 89 
P26 Oct. 39 
P 24 Apr. 40 
P25^r. 40 
P 8 May 40 
80 Dec. 40 

8 July 42 
22 Dec. 43 

P 19 April 44 
10 Apr. 42 

P 18 Apr. 45 

9 May 45 
45 
45 
45 
46 
46 



13 Oct 21 
P 27 Apr. 27 

26 Apr. 28 

26 June 38 

2 Oct. 28 

6 Mar. 28 

P20 July 32 

28 Nov. 34 

24 Oct. 27 
P 6 July 38 



P24 0ct. 

P31 Oct 

p 19 Dee. 

3 Nov. 

24 Aug. 



13 Dee. 
28 Dec. 

P 24 Dee. 

2 July 

27 May 

8 July 

19 Aug. 

P 25 Aug. 

P 10 Nov. 

P24 0ct 

P 3 Nov. 

P 2 Mar. 
8 July 



31 
31 
33 
41 
42 
42 
42 
43 
43 
45 
46 
47 
46 



CAPTAIN. 



5 May 35 

29 Dec. 40 

1 July 41 

P 23 July 41 

27 May 42 

8 July 42 
P 25 Aug. 43 
P 10 Nov. 43 

19 Nov. 44 

9 Jan. 46 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



9 Nor. 46 



9 Mfjor Mnrray wmMi la 
tb« Kandlsn wsr in Ceylon, la 
1817 and 18. 

4 Captain Lnosa, with ths 
•fltetWe nea of the wteg of 
th« 0Cli BcgL •lalloMd al 
Adaa, flannM part of an axpa- 
dltloB of ftOO mm undar (ha 
eonamand of Lleut.'CoL Pen^ 
nyeolck, wlifdi daatrojad tha 
Arah poaM of Slieik Medl and 
ghaik 0tluna% and ahirmi«had 
batwcao thoaa placaa on tha 
•Oih Oct. 1841. 



P20jQly 47 



PoyauMisr.— Wm. Alphonso Kirk, 22 Nov. 44; JBm. SO Dec. 31 ; Lt, 8 Feb. 84. 
Adjutant. — Lieut, Wm. Robt Lyon Bennett, 25 JunCi 41. 
Quarter-Master^ — Edward Collins, 23 July, 41. 
Atr^onb^fiaiiJainiA Usher Hamflton, ILD. 23 Mareh 47; AuUt.-Surg, 22 

Feb. 39. 
Auietant-Surgeeiu, — ^Bdword John Kennedy, M.D. 14 Nov. 45. 

Henry Fowle Smith, 28 March 47. 



l''meinffe^t31ow--'Agenis, Sir John Kfarkland ft Co,'-'Irith Agents, Messrs. Cane ft Co. 

1 Lotd]!ci«ifordhaan«aiTedaCroaaandMveaClatMfforConiana.Ba(aeo»AJI)Hi^ 
Cpeverelj woanded) TUtprIa, Pyreoaei^ KkvaDt, Niia^ Orthas, and Toulouya. 

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t^APTAINS.- 

firii 2tfackay Ctark^* ; . 
Oliver Paget Eloufkfe* ..' 
^00. Ormsby ftattledjge * 
aarv.Wfell. Pole WeTmah* 
SdwttT^ Henry €6ntiid£^ 
l^illfa^ Ilead^ ........ 

i^cm. E. PiUroy S". T^e 
Jbhn L. Oroker*.'. .'. .... 

Johfil^eimefatlier P«rcet^ 
Bdwaitl Croker/ adjutant 

Wn. OojnSoii ^ . • • « 

Alex. M<KiiiBtty ;. 

Johnson Bounte, r, . . ; . 
Rlpb. Jojiv Rctts O^onbr 
Letbbridge Charl^sMooire^ 
John Ballafd OaTdiner'^ 
Campbell Batters' ...... 

Augustus Wcdderburn . . 
Rowland Ben^ck Codd 
Winiam A. Arflistitmg . . 
WaHamBelficld"'...... 

Archibald W. Dickon . . 

John Nolan. .'.' « , . 

Eicbard Boltdif Neyiioe . . 
Fra. Henry Dlgby M^ri/li 
Philip M'Phcrton ;..,. . 

Richard PUmer 

Aeton Oe VeuHe 



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P 5 Apr. $3 

;^1 Aup.^ 

20 .Oct ^ 

!»29 Apr. .36 
^ Apr. ^ 
a» ^lUy 86 
jre July « 
?0 Nov.;40 
IB Mar. 97 

« I i 

17 IPeti. 37 
rP27 0ct. 37 
t SfO :Fiay J38 
^SS Feb. ^ 
pU Jau.,30 
P12 iiRr.:59 
3 Apr*.40 

§5 6ct 39 
PUApr. 37 
p. 26 Feb. ^1 

pj6Peb.,il 
P*l N0V..4O 
PIS May 42 
P^ Mar. 46 

pjZOJuIy 43 
^ J Aug. 44 

iJ Mar. *a 

Z7 0eL 46 
23 Mar. 47 
pr9KQ?,47 
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. 1 May 23 
6 June 3^ 
PiirOct. 07 
P23^pr. 38 
28 Dec. 38 
^11 Jan. 30 
i» 6D(ftc. 43 

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5 Ju»p 00 



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21 Oct, X ^ 

P 3 Apr. 40|J; 

'25 Sept. 4P 

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1 Peb. 42 

; Aug. 42 
19 Aug. 42 
30 Oct. 40 

















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28 July 43' 
July 4ia>' 

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ii»a«.-iSiiyy0Ofiw-..NMbitt Hefferaaiit M;B. 11 Jme, 4a4/ i 
^ngs White,^ Agm^. Mewns* Cojt ft Qa. . 
[Returned from Boosbayf Aug, 1847J. 



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ilt»:hlMld Kdl Campti^l 
C}eo.Vr.MdlyneQx Lovelt" 
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BrfMfa * iBJchawi Henry Farrer . 
^'1 :i<fit^\0«arge Wilkinson 



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Robert Doran, Adjutant 
ttetiyd-l^b^TH^ia *.. 
Edward Jones '^ ••.•-... . 
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P25 0ct..33 

P 7 Apr. 87 

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24 Oct. 34 

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19 Sept. 34 

p 13 Feb. 35 
27 Hay 36 
P21 June 39 
P 12 July 39 
p 21 June 39 

24 Oct. 39 
PldMax. 40 

18 Miyr 41 
V. 2 July 41 
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25 Nor. 48 
130 Dec. 42 
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20 June 41 
17 Aug. 41 

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15 May 47 

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tlM fortifted hcighto ef Chiahao^ 
Ukiof of IVlorrP, attMk Bad .e«|»- 
tor* of Km matf^f* iviU4n«k4<l <a»p 
on UM.bclfflkta of 8«ga4n ^Mvtrcl* 
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(wvundrd), Wo««9ag, and Clitn 
Klanr Fob, kAi, tanAn|» b«f««. 

8 Lc-Cbl. DiUofei MiTtd Ifi tha iK> 
pcditioa ta S*. DoauonTin 18BV. 
Sermed also in China (Maa»l).and 
was preaent at thn Sn| captalv oft 
Ohdaatti •Uttn hM»d aapiuM of thf 
itairhU aboTO CAnton, and of tha 
Ma-Mttert«a oti A^aMT,nnA aabaei 
qaent «i4^tvrv «f the atf. 

4 Lt.-Col. Qiattan w» tetivaly cm* 
phwcdon thafrantiM* dvriiy tha l*< 
bclhoaio Canada iq 1838. II«MrT<d 
la China with tbe^ath (VcdalUaml 
"wai MMtitnttthf MBrnlii^ of t^a 
heiglgu abora C^too, ^d lad' tha 
AdvaAoa againat tha •|kcmf'a< ^'' 
trcnehoS M|tt«p. for wlielk haiwaa 
felc«t«d br Siv Ifugh Oiofh a4 thai 
bwaiaroTMa dMuafcbca, non^ttd 
■to tfia rftf k aC<«qfor,anf ApotnUHl 
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of Cnin Kiang Koo and tha landinglbeforajNankitt. 

•A lUjMi*Wf gatdb waa at Canton, Antoy, Cblosan, Qbifl« 
lu|^jIjnO«.He|roan,Ch«poo,a Chin Kiang 9oo(Mcd«I} . 

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P 6 Aug. 47 
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^i^Limt. Robert Domn, 12IioV. 47. 
;r'ACi*^«r.— Geoige Peel," 33 July 44. 

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a •»» ^Mttrf.i'iStefMf.-^oseph Hamilton lawyer, A.]l. 14 I¥ot. 45. 
'VLXn^XifRovnox D'Axeey, M.l>. 2 Oct 46. | Ftteha^ Blue. 

* .i.i WUIiasn KeknanOhaliiien, M.D. )3 Not. 40. | Agentt, Messrs. Cosf k Co. 

vd In Um expedition to St. Domiago Itt IJDS And I7M ; wa* prcaeqt In the Brat and «cconid attache upas 

la^«f mrirt^eVAenLnear Leogaue (wounded) ; et the aflhir of Bombard, near Capo Nicola Mole i aad 

MhlMifrtfiee. Present at the deicent near Oiwnd. in May 1796 ; reipained aa prisoner in France fhr ^x 

m/^Mim df ihe Haider r ktthe attfceh <m the BriUib lUcs on (he lOtb Sept., bataetof 19th Sept.. and 

OaC I9«b hi BoDaiid. Serred in the Coldttrean Goardt in the l^ortlt of Oermany under Loid Cathcart in li)0&. Preient at 

on the Stair of the Army throufhoot the Peninsular war, aa Asaiitant, and Deputy 
wmrniMMliiig a Brlfade. Was present at the passage of the Doaro, and has reeaived a eroM and om 
__ actfoaa t— ThlaTera, Busaeo, Pnentes d'Onor, Vtttorla, and the Nive. 
Lveeltaarvad wHh tbeMNh the eMopalgn on the Sntlej (Medal), and was praatBt al tha haMlee oTlIoadhea, 
■hare ha asalelad in plactof tha colours on Uia TUtafe). Aliwal, Mid Sobraon. 
M LLSaaaostwaaat Woosonc. Shan«hal. and Obin Kian« Poo ( Medal). Ifm Notes fi, II. IS. 13. U, 15. l^^^ff«"55^\P*<'V 




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H^t 8S J Capt. 14 April, 83 ; Mqf9r, 1 March, 94; Jj00t.^€tL IJam. 98 a 
Col 86 Apr. 08 ; Mt^-Gen. 4 JmM, 11 ; IA.-Qmi. 19 July, SI j €hm, S8 i wip# 
38: Col. 19th ftegt. 31 Kay, 43. 

lAt^.^CoUmiH. 

Charles Cfaofnid Hay, En». 27 June, 24 ; Umi. 'S4 Bm.S6 ; CflV<. » 19 Sofrl. 
26; jrn^,i'l9Juac,37; Xicii«^Oi<. p80 Aug. 4S. ^ ^^ .^ ^_^ ^^ 

Jffrw-*.— Henry CaUey, Mm. p29 Joly 86; Ztiw^. »? FeU 89^ C^ipt. fWO 

Aug. 42; ir<v<>r,P 7 Aug. 46. ^ ^ ..^ J^^ 

>bart Sandert , JSiM. P 26 May 37 ; Xt«ti<. 86 Jan. 41 ; Cajv^. P 8 Feiw 48 $ Jfi^ 



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CAPTAIirS. 

Cbae. HIghmore Potta . . 

DaYld Bums' 

SirMark A.H.Tuite^Bar^. 

Thomas Unett. 

Hugh John M. Campbell 
Henry Edward M'Oee . . 
WlUiam Temple Parratt 

James Ker 

John LewisRichard Booke 
Robert Warden 

laBUTBNAHTS. 

James Cochrane, r. .... 

George Tuite 

Edw. John Ellerman. • . • 
Henry Butler Stoney . . 
Robert John 8. Mausergh 

John Phillippe 

Qeorge Bingham Jenings 

John Margitson 

Charles Kyd 8keete .... 
John Hay Moore, d. a4f> 
Bob. Oneslphortts Bright 
Wm. Henry Lee Warner 

Henry Braddell 

EwaieiiB. 
Henry Macdoneld Bums 
B. Barrett,ffiL(Q.lC JOOcUS) 

William Harris 

Godfrey Wm.HughMtssey 
Geo. Tamham Macdonald 
James Cole Taylor .... 
Fred. Charles Ashworth . . 
Henry Hill Dawson .... 
Hugh Francis Massy 



BN8i<nr. 



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17 Oct. 11 

P 2 Nov. 30 
P 27 Sept. 21 
31 May 39 
P 4 Sept. 40 
P 6 Sept. 40 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P118ept.40 
P 12 Oct. 41 

5 June 35 
P 7 Feb, 34 
P 10 Feb. 37 
P 6 May 37 
P 14 Sept. 38 
P 2 Feb. 89 
P 21 July 43 
P 24 June42 
P 30 Aug. 42 
P 3 Feb. 43 
P 9 June 43 
P 20 Aug. 44 
P 18 Apr. 46 



20 May 42 
13 June 46 
8 Aug. 46 
P 24 Oct. 46 
13 Nov. 46 
P31 July 46 
2AprU47 

6 Aug. 47^ 

7 Aug. 47 



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26 Jan. 16 
P 21 Feb. 34 
P 22 July 24 
P30Aug. 42 
P 3 Feb. 49 
P 9 June 43 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P20Aug. 44 
P 4 April 46 

P28Dec. 38 
31 May 30 
P 4 Sept. 40 
Pll Sept 40 
P 16 Not. 41 
P20Ma7 42 
P 4Apra46 
P 8 Aug. 46 
P 24 Oct 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
2 April 47 
6 Aug. 47 
6 Aug. 47 



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20JaIy 3Q 
P 20 May. 42 
P 6Ju)y 26 
p 4AprU46 
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den, Ibr a tertot oi mniam 

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lon, durina tiM whol* of ihm 
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of QmAf Bras <aatf* Watcfloo^ 
•pd suiwt ef Parii* . 
• Vr. Bftrrow •erred In th« Qi*ca*» IRjtaU 
Rett.ta1he csmi^slf n of 1N4 In tlie'SoBihem 
Ifohruta soaMrr (tntiadiivtta mtnaiat ol 
ibe toftrtM of PaaaDsVaail Aid ^ ll» 
In 184*. 



Pi^masfer.— Thos. R. TraTer8,23lfoT.38; ^iu.7April9S6i Xteiil^ PiO Jtti|e,|80. 
^<^aii/.—JE?n#. Richard Barrett/ 13 June, 46. < 

Qyartor-MoMtor^—^SR Alexander Hendry/ 2 Sept. 46. it4;Fet>. 9». 

5iir/eoii.— Wm. Odell, 21 April, 43 ; Assiti.^Surg. 9 Nov. 30| U^ip.^4m^mit 
AMiiitant'Surffeons, — ^Thomaa liOngBiore, 3 Feb. 43. 

Thomas WaUer Barrow/ 8 ^une,4U 
Facingi Onen,^AffeiUM, Messrs. Coa k Co.'-IrUk AffmUj 5ir £. ft. Boiw^ 

B^, Annit. ^ Co. I 

1 Bir W wrrB Peacoele «■■ te t^ aettoat of ADtnm ud BallTMhimA la ifcs tvMBM' ia Indpad ta 
17M. At tbe ksdlua In BfT^ sad all Um aetkM* tiMre In ttOl. Oa tha etpedMH la BMniit la 
aiid OS itet to DeBmark In ISOT. At Um psMsgn of ll» Ooaro la IdW; aad iniuannrlrt at 
tho ranniader of the PraioMlar wnr. 



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end eeatete of the iMlffku ebovc Ceaton, etteek laA cefcwe ef Amor, weoed ceptere o# Ckuea. en 
Mtteef Chtagkec. eerafMka ef Miifpe ead »fp«iM<i«iheBigh»«lla<k.MtMk end c^^ 
eeaip on Ike kmu ef Sefaen. itieek ad rejiiwn of Ckapa% Hiiiaja^ ShMfiL end Ckn 
kafae VeaUn. Be vm alMptcacnt et the opereUoM fa ike Canton liver, nader Kajor Geocinl 
vaiwltetad ee tki edtaer to »naeln la eawonJ at «ke VMtottae wton Ike dMnt t 
Inc and Mttli« Ike AaaoctoieA ecndoMn Velaai 



It. Blew, Lto. Mertin aad Weed wrlfbt, wen •! Aaov, Chepee, Shanchel.Woeeeiur, A Ckia KJaae 
Hillleia WM el Ihi Bifwe PMa» Centea (WMoaca), Ammf^ OUpoe, Shangtiid, Weoeaiv. ACUal 
iUewieMnnee «e Canton, Awf. CkeMtn, Chtohee, KlofM. SMwMk, and Cina Ktaag fWa ( 
IIm KMfi at the W«ft Oeto of Ninfpo ee lk« aMrntnc ef ik« Uto Hweb IS41, wkan «ki envtoj la 

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Hl^UwljiwieBMmdwiikthaMdlia Cklaa ftoelal} ai Aaor« Clniaa. CUakee. jnagye^ 
Wooaaafr and Ckia fiaaff Fee. 
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itfflt/or^ P 7 Sept. 41 ; Lt.-Col. 14 April 4«. 
jri|f(>rt.-i>Hiigli Dennfo Oroftoti, Brti, 9 lid Ifor, 85; Xfeu^. 89 1>««:'37'; Cd)^* 
. -P&Aug.fl0; Jlfi|/ar^P.aODec.4A. I 

r. liBfklan Poff Qordoa^^Aif . P86 July, 34 ; Lieut pSi Jnly, 38; P«p^^ P31) 

I>ee.39; Jl<ygr,i>& Juqe, 40» - . . 



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A r.. Patrick Heimemy 

r.O«o.B.Clt«m.CreBplgliy 
U^ury Cmvley 
WUliun Frith 
Bicluid Leigh Lye 
r.O«iigcBieeveM 
JikkaJLVeieyKirUaiidyt. 
H ^wSiMfini Levis Knight ]P2l Jaly 
i Ltbotsitakts. ' 
r. Hom.Bflbert My •« . . 

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Geo. Fred. WeUer Foley 
Win* FoQezfen Radcttflb 
ChristophiliM Oantia 
r, Wm. AnaH Eyre 
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Charles Compton Abbott 
4k \ Bdmvod Fmncis Aastey 
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r. WilUem JlenryDowllng 
Mansfield Tamer 
Ehbions. 
rCharlcsWUUaniRobijisoii 
r. John Ererard Deane 
r, Creon« W. Taylor . . t • 
' "b V. Jameft George Hay . . 
Q r. Efathanlel Steepens 
'Cr Ueom Hoish Adams 
0' Jas.WalUieeDanlQp Adair 
r. Stephen D'ArceyKelley 
P iriUiam Henry McJCein.. 
6 T'CliQirles Frederfelc Turner 



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p 18 Feb. 89 

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16 June 30 

P31 Dec. 39 

P 17 Apr. 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 

P 14 May 30 

P21 May 41 

P 7 Sept. 41 

P 6 Nov. '41 

P 16 Jmi^48 

10 Jan. 42 

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P 1 Nov. 48 

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V 7 Sept. 41 

90 Aug. 41 

16 Apr. 48 

I* 17 June 48 

9 Oct 491 

3 Jan. 44 

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Mt^-Om. 19 July; 21 ; Lieut.-O&ti. 10 Jan. 3^ ;€%>/. 86 F: to AfHTfl, 40. 

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P 7 Sept. 41 

16 Apr. 48 

16 Apr. 42 

P 2 Aug. 42 

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P 1 Nov. 48 

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3 Jan. 44 

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. B ( O. A^fuimUi^'^JAeut, Bdmund G. UaJlawell, 1 Mwroh^ 44. / - 

O r. Lima* Oeoiga Tomaonj 8 Sept. 46. h 

B ^iMrfsf^jrMtsrv.— David Bilham, 17 Sept. 41. 

r. Joaeph M'Gee, 8 Sept. 46. 

i^^«.^Isidore Anthony Blake, M.B , 90 Oot. 46; AttUt.'Surg, 16 Sept 37. 

O n John GUleapie yfooA^ M.D*, 10 Dec. 47 ; A$titt,*Surff, 11 Jan. 39. 

AMtutamt'SMtrgetnu.'^'BUAifgi John Cole, M.D. 27 Aug. 41. 

r. Edward Howard, 89 April, 48. 

FoemoM Yellow.— J^«ii^#, Sir John Kfa-kUmd A Co. 
I 9ip J«iB«fl Bsnis Mffe4 «1fl> Hi* BoySb wnfer Gen. O'Hsra, ftt Toalon, until Its evACMtloo, and was 
Sfttsotat tlis defrQM of Fort ICuIgfave, and alio at the sorUe from Toulon, 80 Nor. 17l». He tenred the 
whole of Ilia eampalgn in Coialcs kn 17M, tarmlnathig with the surrender of Calrl, Including the utonniaf 
^ Qwiwflon a«ria«Me,aaptin« of St. Fiorenio> Baatia, awl the ■keae of CalvU in 1780, be aerved tha Mm*, 
paten la Hollaad, bieludlng tha action* of th« lOih Sept. Snd and dth Oct. (woundiHl). Accompanied the 
^ttffMsM 1* tha FShol In 1800 ; tiTd that to Bfypt iff 1801, and wnr#d tlie whole of the cawpalfn untU, 
^m,mtmth9 «f iJamuidrtai 3arfad In IIm aipadittan to WaVAacen.in ISQOi and la Spain aud Portugal 
^^BanrnTttH •"'^** Iha-aoadaalan' V ttat' war in-l8l4» aad hm lacelf ed a cro«s for Bu*aco, 9iUaiiianf a 
(Mwi^j woaoSad)b 8t MMaUan, and the Hlte,on which occaalom ha aonmaudad the 8rd BaUallou of I'm 



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Tli« Thistiie wHtiiB ^Uift CUde «f 8t. .Andrew, ** Nemo hm {jNjmiw IfiMii/.'^ . *!%€ 

King's Cypher wi^'Czowa. * , _ ' 

Co7(meZ.— 9 im iZi^ ITtm. Sir Frederick Ad«m,* GCB. 0€|iO. JEtnt. 4 V0t. 

1795; X^2 Feb. 96 ; Cap#. 30 Aug. 09; Af^'.9Jul/,03;X#^€)M.98Ai«.O4; 

Cot. 20 Feb. 12; Mqf.-Gen. 4 June 14 ; JU.^Oen. 29.JiilT, 90: Gnk 0. Not. 

46 ; CoZ. 2Ut FasU* 31 Ma}^ 43. 
Xi^.-Co2(me2K»— George Deare, J5ft#. 30 Oct. 17 ; lAtmt. 8 Jafy^82; Cap/.^W 

Dec 24 ; Jf<yV, p ?6 Oct* 32 ; Lkut^Col. 28 Deo* 38. 
Jdm Tbomaa HiU, J?itf . p 13 March, 27. j Xwt«e. p 16 April, W } Cbpf. Pl9 Feb. 

$5; ilf<vV>r, P 12 March, 41 ; LietU^-Col, 3 April, 46. 
Jlfq70rf.^Willlaizi James Satherland, 2mt X^ietU. 8 M»f H^ LUmi, P!^ Sept. 

14; Cop^. P 29 Jane, 20 ; Brevet-Mqjar^ 10 Jaa. 87 ; Mqjir^ 31 DecT 4SL 
John Xhrofton P^d ie, 2wrf X<gy#. 4> May 14; i^t^iif . P29 Jnite 90 1 Capt.fW 

Kov. 26 ; Brevet-Mqjar, 28 June, 38 ; Mtiffin'f 6 Dec. 43. 1 . 



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Angus Wm, Mackay ' 
Fred. Geo. Ainslie 
John Bamsay Stuart .... 
Thofl. Bythesea Mortimer 
H(M.€. It SackvUie West^ 

Duncan Fraser 

^bert Spring* 

Fred. Paua Haines,^ $, . . 

Alfred Andrews 

William J. Vemer 

Fl98T LlBUTBKAXTS. 

And. Dar. A. Stewart . . 

Wm, Francis Ring 

Samuel Burgea Lamb • • 

Henry Wm. Bace 

Arthur Lake Johnston . . 
Arthur Ge6. dhawe .... 
Frederick HoUand, tuig,, . 

John Watson 

Robeft Nicholson 

John Patrick Stuart .... 
Fm. E. Newport Tinlcy 

Wm. Savage 

Thomas Wm. Preyost . . 
Arthur Edgecumbe Take 
Henry Frederick ETans . . 

Edward Clemison 

George Caldwell Dickins 
Wm. Henry Ballingall . . 
Henry S. G. S. Knight. . 

George Webb 

Henry Ferguson Barclay 

Bryan ThomhtU 

Sbcosid Lieuts. 
Edward Thomas Barnard 
Wm. Thomas M'Grigor .. 
Charles Beevor Daveney 
Jos. FitzThomas Shadwell 
Herbert Cliarles Gray .. 
Thomas Francis llobbs . . 
John Thomas Dalyell . . 



2d LIKUT. 



P 24 July 02 
P 24 April 28 
P 20 Jan. 32 
P 16 Nov. 82 
P 30 Aug. 33 
P 13 Feb. 28 
P 14 Feb. 34 
P21 June 39 
P 12 Dec. 34 

6 Apr, 88 

P 26 April3l 
28 Oct. 31 

P 14 Dec. 32 
16 Feb. 33 

P 22 July 36 

1 April 30 
P 26 June 38 
P 18 Aug. 38 
P 7 Sept. 38 

30 Dec 38 
P 28 Aug. 40 

7 Aug. 40 
18 June 41 

P 24 Sept. 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 27 May 42 
P 6 April 44 

2 Sept. 46 
24 Sept. 41 

P 9 May 46 
26 June 44 

P23 Jan. 46 
28 Apr. 46 
P3IDec 44 
P26 June46 
20 Nov. 46 
16 Jan. 47 
14 May 47 



LIBUT. 



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9 Apr. 46 



P 30 June 08 

P 6 Oct. 32 

9 Aug. 36 

2 July 37 
P 6 June 36 

10 Dec 33 
P 4 Dec 36 
P 16 Dee. 40 
P 17 Aug. 38 
P 16 Oct. 41 

P 0AQg.d3 

8 May 36 

P 6 Feb. 36 

27 July 38 

30 Dec 38 
23 Aug. 39 
16 May 40 

31 May 40 
13 June 40 

3 Oct. 40 
P26Sept 41 

26 Oct. 42 
P 6 April 44 

10 Aug. 44 

11 May 46 
19 Dec 46 
21 Apr. 46 
11 Oct, 46 

3 June 47 

7 Dee. 42 

P 14 April 46 

7 Aug. 46 



6 CaptLowierr«dwithtk«aiid|alba< 
paltn OR the 8otm to ]a44 n(«4al)^ lNl«db« 
th* teCllM of AlhrtJ and Soiraov. 

Dr. Dempiter tarrMl with tkm SIk itst 
throughout the Barmeat war, iBcI«4iac Kh« 
captare of lUngooo» storm and eijitore of tfle 
•toekadet of Kincardine and KamnMl, r 
ef RaacooD, Kokeia, te. 



87 July 32 

P 26 June 38 

p 10 Jan. 4P 

P24^pl.4a 

Pl6Apt. 42 

6 Not. 44 

11 Feb. 46 

16 May 46 

14 May 47 

92 Feb. 46 



3 Mot Htelay 

canptlifn ^ 1W7 Bi Bgrv^. 
Made prteoBerorwu^ls ea «•- 
ga^eiaent with the — laiy to 
Qalabria 161^ Jim 1100^ aad 
detained M sudi oatSl I4ah 
May, 18U. : Pmeat at New 
Oileaae, a Jan. 161ft. 

4 TteHon. M^or Weiteervvd 
OB Sir Uagli OottghTii, 
throughout the rrrf^t^ 
the SaU^ (Mcdaiy,--* 
d^-eaap tall tbe battlee of Mood- 
kee sad Feroscahah, and aa 
OOSeiating JUUtary 
during the reoMlmler of 
campalgB and tn tha;ba9]a mt 
Sahraon. 

6 Cant, aprlaf sui iai t vifk 
t^ Md in the eampalpi on ika 
fliitl^ hi 1840 (Medslljaelad- 
lag the aetona at M4i«nl, 
Aliwal, end 8olnoB. 

7 utpt, Baiaw eerve4 tke 
eampeign on thefiotm (Medal> 
01 Aide - de - ceaip ta I^eed 
Goagh.and veearri 
ed at the battle at 



n July 49. 
PaymaHer.—hith. Butler Low,»28 June, 44 ; Sns. 8 Nov. 33: Xt. 1 I>ec37; Capi. 

il4/Wfln^.—Ztftt^ Frederick Holland, 28 Jan. 46. 

Quarter-Matter.—jQjneB Mahood, 26 Feb. 41 . TAsiitt. 4 Ofel; 19L 

Surge(m^ohn D«np«ter,» M.D. 4 Mar. 36; Aitist.'Sttrg. I Sept. 14 : Hmu^ 

AitutaHt'Surgeont.'^chn Sammera, M.D. 29 May, 40. 

Arthur Charlea Webater, 6 Apr. 38. 
Francis Cbarlea Annealey, 17 Sept. 30. 
r , «. ^^^ ^ nj, Facings Blue.— J^eni, John Lawrie, Eaq. 

«M>^ «?SIS ni5Cl*S5?* *f ?«"»»«!« Md waa preeeat in the aetlone of the «7Ch Angtiei, Mlh flep. 
«rKiS?i?il.^*'^'f *'* • ^^ **'* 1". ^ •«*»**»■ ^ ^^ •«»• W"»» •^ «»•» March, laaj; to ItopC 
Soi^A? i^ JRIhT.!r^r*i2l*^ "**' ^**^*' *•* ^P^ "" S et the paei of Oidall he iMe^m 
5S"dIdS^WeierW?^ l»I»left aim, an another which ehattered hJe left hind ; and ha 
^ — ^^^ 

^-y.-f?t* *; *''y^ Vrr^.^r"^!^. ^ 'frwutMU ta grtade ( Med>i). iortiidlae ta» 
to«0« w M» i—ri ndilfitentae. II* wm aho pmnkt m puiuUa sad r»«atk«r. 

B W». MHiiaihMJn^ WUh tt» ted Qti«««<t Koya}» «liT\nt the camiukim tn Hm ^n..t^■TT, tlmhm^ 




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CoUma.-^ Sit OhflB. Jat. Kupier/ QG3. JSu. 31 J#s. ^ ; Xi«ii^. 6 May, 94 > 
Capf. WDec.Oa ; HfiyV. 29 MaV; («h, \it-Cbr, 2^ Jtt?jc^ U; i^ol- 27 May 
96; iJr<V'.-C?eH.10Jafa.375 X^-G«^n.9 Nov. 46: 3Co/. 22 K«g^. 21 Nov. 43. 

Xitaf .«Cofofl«2«.— Jobfi lysaght Pennefiitlier,' 06. Cor. p l4Ja]|. 18 ^ X^ p 20 Feb. 
28; Cop*. P5 Nov. 26; ilf<y.P22Mar.81: Xf.-Co;«Pl8Oc^39;i^fl0June46. 

aanmel Brandraxxi Boileaa, :Bn9,'^A Oct. 21; Ziod, PI Aug. 2(1; Coto*. p25 Nov. 
- 28; M€iar, p9 Dec. 36 ; IAeut,-Col, ^VS Dec. 40. . , ! < ./ 

ir^^rv.— John H. Poole,' CB. J?n^. 24 'Mar. 14; Xt^*. 30( Sepi . 10 ; Capt. 
1 Ne^. 80 ; Mi^or, p I80ct. 80; Brtcet Ziefit.-CoU 4 Ju^,! ^ 

Dftvtdifaw BmHb/ JSVit. p8 Nov. 25; Lieut, 13 M- ^)B; Cop^ p^ April 81; 
if€0or, 23 Feb. 44. , • : «. . , i 



Captaiks. 

. Fred. Diarley George^' CB. 

]T.SydenhainCoiiway,K;B. 
Thomas Chute* , . 
Thomas Alexander Soutei* 
John Heatly,*# 



ESSiaH. { I.IBUT. 








• • . » 



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• •*.•. 



P24 Mar. 26 P 30 April 27 
14 Feb. 28lP26April31 



6^ Thomas Whfte 

Edward Dunbar" 

q Hemy J, Coote'. . ..... 

Francis Pym Harding" 

LlBtrTEJVAKTS. 

tj.EdwinThackweU,"a4r. 
Edgar Steadman Smith 
Fred. Geo, Tho. Deshon'^ 

John Brettnan *' 

Joseph Maycock.. .... .. 

Herbert Geo. Bowden," r. 

Alexander Miller" 

WUliam Carrow" 

Bobert BlackalP' 

ttobertColvill Jones** .. 
William Henry Badd*^. 
Wm. Richard Goddard" 
John Higgin Graham . . 

Thomas Stack » 

6 William MayUe 

John Baldwin.. 

Geo. V. Edw. Morrison . * 
Hen. Allen Murray Dcane 
Arthur Qmeber Walch . . 
WilliamThomasDeWilton 
EdwSimeonWebberSmith 
Frederick George Moore 

William Hunt 

Eksions. i 

Hen. Vansit. Pennefather 

A. J. B. L.BttU 

Thomas Yoang 

James Ballard Gardiner 

William Hughes'® 

John Alexander Fead .... 

Frantis George King.. . . 

Nicholas Henry M'Grath 



P 24 Feb. 32 
80 June 24 
.20 Sept. 31 
18 May 32 
7 Dec. 16 

P27 0ct. 87 
23 Sept 86 



9 Dec. 36 

8 May 86 

28 Mar. 34 

P 19 May 94 

25 Aug. 24 

P 20 Oct. 40 

P 17 Sept. 39 



PlOMar. 88 P 18 Dec. 40 






















P 6' June 34 

P 10 Nov. 37 

29 Dec. 37 

17 Sept.. 39 
P 20 Oct. 40 

80 Apr. 41 

16 Mar. 39 
Pdl Deo. 41 
P 19 Jan. 88 
P 9 Aug. 89 
P 10 Feb. 48 

1 Nov. 42 
6 May 42 

18 Feb. 43 

17 Aug. 41 
^ 29 Dec. 48 

28 June 44 
P 6 Dec. 48 

16 Feb. 44 
Pll Oct, 44 

21 Apr. 46 

4 Nov. 42 

P 19 Nov. 44 

28 Feb. 46 

81 Mar. 46 
P22May 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 

9 Sept. 46 

27 Mar. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

P 80 July 47 



P3q Augi 88 

P , 9 Dec! 86 

IS Feb. 40 

14 Oct. 42 

p ^7 Not. 49 

90Maf.44 

6 Oct. 68 
Pll Oct, 44 

7 Deo. 44 
29Jan4 47 



W 



CAPTAJN. bBRBV.-MAJ. 



4 July 
4 July 



43 
43 



aLt.-Ool.Pool« 
kcrrcd throoffb- 
piU the operm- 
Uoo* In 8«lad« 
iiiudal)aiMl*r Sir 
Bbarlct Napier, 



ta* tUA At'tlU iMltle or MecuM, 
and » btlcaS* at tk« battle of H7- 
deraVa^ U^ ira^ •''■^ pnvloiuly 
at Oe dec^nctiafy of tlie Port oT 
Ittaam^nt lii t4e Dcicrt. Ha 
«cBv«d CN cfcrt^lgp la the Sontliera 
M^lirai^ e^uQt^ |i 1S44-6, laclud- 
tag the loi fci i ^ e u l and capture of 
ttlfe f oHa FWotiBa 4nd Fowiwhor. 

4 Major iMlia and Qvarter. 
Kiiater Tota>W '^rnd tbc eaa- 
palga 'fifi the Bo*ttaeni Mahrmtta 
eetotrfV in IMUA. knd were preenU 
at tbe iBTCitiiiant ^ capture of the 
P«rta of Pa*u1U aild Pownghar. 

5 M^. Geotirfc •erredthroufbout 
lli« operatiooa la'Selnde (Medal) 
nader Sir Ciia|le« llapler, laelodlat 
the dee(r«eiloi|.of Imaomf bar, and 
tbd battle* oT Mee^see and Hydera- 
bad, at ivblch 1^ bt eoauBandcd tbe 
Had r^ B^aerf cd alao the can. 
pa%B Ita the. Softhem Mahratta 
totntrf la 1M4-^ • and waa preaent 
at the tamtaarat' and capture of 
the fbrU of Paoan4 and Pownchur, 
aad In the o^rraiona againat the 
FMta Munhahnr |nd Mumaatoah 

P 80 Joly 47 I in the Svatherv Coicaa. 

26 Aug. 40 Includi^ thcbatdca of Meeanca 
and Hyderabad 1 aad he coaimtnded ne Light Com- 
paaf (detadied) at the prerioot defn^ of the aeal- 
dnier at Ujrdcnhad.- . He wrrad alao ^e eampalga In 
the Soutbera Mabzatla eoiaitrr* aad nha preaeat at the 
InTetcneat and capture of Paaalta aB4 Powaghur. 

7 Captataa thale aad Coote acrrrd: throaghovt the 
oporatlona fa Seinde (Hedbl , hiakudi^ the deatrue- 
tion of Imaumghur. aad Che battle bf Meeanae aad 
Ufdenhad (iererely woandcd)^ i 

9 OapC. Hraily aerved with the 4Slh, and aa Dep. Aaat 
Ai\. Oea., tbrangheut the «pera|ioh« tq Cblaa, aad waa 
preaeat at Cbnaaa, Caaton, Am0y, Cbdaaaa, Cblahae. 
Niagpo, ChapeOtWooauaft CUnKiaag Poo,* Naakia. 



28 Oct. 39 
6 Jan. 41 

do. 
80 Apr. 41 

29 Apr. 42 
P30May 48 

28 Nov. 40 
P 16 Dec. 43 

6 Mar. 40 
' 8 Feb. 41 

Pll Oct 44 

7 Dec. 44 
p 7 Mar. 46 

18 Nov. 46 

28 Sept. 43 
P 22 May 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 1 Dec, 46 

11 Dec 46 

29 Jan. 47 




Pajfwuuter.^ThoB, Hanson RatcliflT, 8 Sept. 47 ; JBns, 8 Apr. 40 ; Lt, t^lQ Aug. 42. 

A4jviant,-^Li€ut. Joseph Bdwin ThackweH,*^ 28 Feb. 44. 

Qttar^«r-Afa^0r^— William Youngy* 16 Dec. 41 ; JE'n^. 19 Nov. 4L 

5ttr^eon.— Samuel Currk, M.D.,'* 12 Feb. 47 ; Assitt.-Surg. 14 Oct. 36. 

Auist.-Surg. — John Andeivon,^ M.D. 8 May, 40. 

Thomas M'Grath,*^ M.D. 8 Jane, 41. Facitigs UnS,— Agents, 
Daniel Paterson Barry, 7 Aug. 46. , [Messrs^ Cox &, Co. 

1 Sir Qharlea Napier aerred In tbe Iriah rabelUoa. la ITWt and la the laanrrtctloa, la' IKS. OomaiaBded tbe SOth 
ttvoagbddt the catDpaigB teminathig with the battle of Corunna, wbca be waa made pHaoaer after reeelTing Are wouada, 
▼Is. leg brokca by a BBiiaket*ataat, aalva-*cut ea the bead, la the baek by a bayoaet. ilba bvoheaby « eaanopi- Ihoi, aad icrcral 
afrera eo n taaloaa fhna tbe bull end of a naaket. Beturacd to the Pealaaula the latter pan 9f IMWl vtere be renalocd 
aatll ISll, and we* prearnt at the aetiea of ttie Coa (bad two boraea ahot under Mat), battle of Buaacu (jabot through tho 
fbee, also Jaw broken and eje laJurcdV battfe of Pacataa SfOaer, aceond tiege of Badajos, and a grrat nvn^ of aUrmlabca. 
la 1813 he aerred In a floating evpeditloai «o the cout of tha Uiolted Btatea of Horth Amerie«i landed ».'great anmber of 
'llniea at Oraaey lalaad, aad other plaeea. Senred alao tbe canpalga of 1815, aad waa preaeat MX the atocatlag of Caaibray. 
Coaiaiaaded the fotce emplojwd ia Seiade. aad on tbe ITIh Feb. 1S4S, wUh only 8,880 BtiUah trocpa, be attacked, and 
mtimu* , after «-deapeiate aeticm of three boura' duration, 81,000 uf the eaeaiy, eltoagljr pasted at Mreane*. Oa the Sift 
Feb. Hydaabad surrendered to hlai ( and on tbc >4th March, wlib &,00S aien. he atlaeked aad algaally defeated 80,000 of th# 
caaaaik^^batad la a rny etnmg and diflScult position at Dubba near HyArabad, thaa ceaaptefHiir the Ailire subjngatloa 
•r Beiada. Karly ia 1846i with a force consUUng of about SOQO aaen of all araM, ha taok She Seld atfalQSt the mooataln and 
deaeat trlbaa aitualad oa tho rlcbt bank of the Indu« la the nortb aT ghikmrmtttm. mm* «««•■>• bMomm «««.».im. k. ^.m...^ 



*^?i2r!SLl 2Srd{Be^ fPdAFunUers) EegL of Foot {'^"ISJSJl'^ 

Uiifi «0nMrv llM iUffnf Ami «M ika X«r Jhv^Mi, •dM' In lb* iaXhk >»oraeri Ik* ITSlbllv JiW«^ 

BUmU >'~«'lCAmTiMIQVB*'-««ULBfjaBiU*'^" BADAiQZ" •*•'' SALAMANCA"-'*' YlTTQRfArr- 
•• PYR£J«KB9^-^ UiVJBU-K"-^ OJlTHBa"— •• T0UI-OU3B*'— " PBhlSbVh^"^* WATWUJDO?' * i 

9 5lr J«iiMf Wflloagbby Oi>nloii,< J^^. OCB. OCH. Jto. 17 Oil. I7i8 j .£«niiL 
6 Ifar. W; Otpt. 9 Bept 05; Mqf^. 9 Not. 97; Zia^.-CM. 91 Mar, 1801; 
Coi, 25 July, 10; Meo&r-Oen. 4 June, 18; Limt.^Om, 87 MAy, 5S6; Otm 
Sd Kov. 41 ; Cgl. 98rd FvilUen, 29 April, 83. ^ • • 

Xiivf.-CstoMlf.— Arthur WeUeskiy Torrens, .B^. ft £i«ir». 14 ApiV^ 86; JUfUlk 



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r. 9 W Robert PirttUoii Holmes/SMr Ideut. 14 Feb. 11; Xieii#. »18 Dee. 11| 

Ci^. P4 Sept. 83; M4^, 17 Dec. 80; X#.-GM. 14 Apr. 46. 
JTiyerv.— Charlee Cmtehley, %md LUui. p8 Apr. 88 ; Zimtt. 98 JtOft 30; CMpi. 

PIlDee.36; Jli9or,P880ot.44. 

FMderlckGranTille,8fuiXiMi#.Pl7 8epL80; 14m«>91 lfor.3i; C«pr.P90 

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Captaiki^ 
r. Harry Geo. C3ietter . . 

f^. Aed. jr. Phillott 

r. HobartGraat Anderdoo 

Daniel Lyioni/ $, 

Fra. A. Dianmr Boebuck 
r. Arth.W. WlUMaa Wyan 
r. Arthar Jamea Jones . . 
Hraneia fidward BraBS . . 
r. Edward Battye^ ...... 

TfaanUM Parker Bieklbrd 
Wm. fHtealm Campbell 
Jolei Iiham Boath .... 

FlBer LXSUZBH AKT8. 

r. Bdward V. D. BeU «. 
John Charlet ConoDy . . 
Franeis B. Campbdl . • . . 
Peregrine L. Philllpe •• 
Fred. Thnmae Brock. . •• 
r. Grinnond Philippe • • 

r. Bobert Brace 

r. Charles Bdward Hopton 
Henry HaU Dare, A^f, . . 

r. John Vincent 

r* Bobert Taylor Baynes 
r. Fred. Biscoe Tritton . . 
r, BmuVf. Matt. Plnnkett 

r« Lewlf Argaaiia 

Conielhis Graham Button 

SncowD lastjts. 
^ Join Blftkeney • • • • « • 

r.A.F.Xor<IQreenock,a4r' 
Geoige Morrison Marsh. . 

r. Bdwvrt Howell « 

r. BobertYaogbanDickens 

r. fidmnnd Crelto 

John CoroewuU Biwhr . . 
rSlrHOBChamberlaiaJi/ 
r. Gees^s Henry Heghes 

mehnrd Milferd • • • 

Francis M. Hall Dare 



8nd libot. 



*UKirr. I CAPTAX5« 



aaoct. 30 

7 Apr. 86 
P15K0T. 33 
P96Dee. 34 
P 18 May 86 
P84Mar. 37 
P 5 Apr. 80 
P 5 Apr. 30 
P81 July 85 
P 11 Sept. 40 

6 Aug. 41 
P16Kor.41 

16 Apr. 48 
P80Oet.4O}F8SJu]y 



16 Apr. 48 
P88Apr. 48 

80 May 48 
8 June 42 
p 31 Mar. 48 
P 4 Aug. 48 
P80Oct« 48 
P17KOT.43 

17 Apr. 48 
P88 Mar. 44 
P80Mar. 44 
P80 Aug. 44 
P88 0CI. 44 



7 Aug. 85 

Pl8Dee. 88 

P84 Mar. 37 

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16 Apr. 48 

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P88 Apr. 43 

P 4 Aug. 48 

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16 Apr. 48 
P31 Mar. 43 
P89Dec. 43 
P 17 Jaa. 46 
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14 Apr. 46 
PI 9 May 46 
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P 19 May 46 
P 16 Apr. 47 
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18U PaymatUr^^^Ki Geo. Dunn/ 15Mar. 81 ; 2ndU, 15 Apr. 13; XT. ISitOj^ I64 
O^A^futmdg.-^LUmt.nmry Hall Dare, If June, M. 

r< 8iur Xr. Alan Fred., X<^<l Oxieenock, 85 Att^C- ^ 
QiMftsr-Jfailsre«— Charles Bnnt, 6 July, 44. 

f». Bobert Fbrtone, 85 Aug. 46. ' ' \ 

5l0V«m#.— Bdw. Bradfonl,84 Sept. 41 ; il0r.-5.8OMir.88f AW.-ii.6'D«e.Mi 

r. Bobert Smith, 8 Dee. 46 ; A«Hs^.-5iiri^. 86 Sept. 34. 

iljrif#.-5iiyv#im#.—W11Itam Godfrey W^t, 1 March, 44. ' - 

r. Douglas Gantham, 84 Oct* 45. 

Faeingi Bioa. — Ag«ni»j Messrs. Cox ft Co. 

riMt C* Um ttaf* of Tmka, M * T«ii«tm in ITtt. r««««M •! IS* MOiV 

•Bdtd fim Miki. »Im« M laok fiiiiMlTin of and oecayM Wwlrlra. k Ihf 

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or MadrM, ai Buf«oa, and the rahMqamC rvcrtal to tmttagtX, ^^ 

ItaM ISlt •• Um Mid of tiM war. tnctodliv ttw tlcffn dT Ciodai l»lf^ mM 
Mi, and Ttalo«M. Pr»M«« at Waterloo, MonBtat of CaanNsr. ad nnm a or 
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MiOO^t 19 May, 08 ; U.^Cok 18 Hur. 00 -, CqL 19 Aug. 19 > M^or.Qm. 99 

July, 80 ; Lt-'Grn. S8 Nov. 41 ^ Cel. 24th Begt. 9 Not. 42. 
X«ra«^Cotoie2«.HP W( John Stoyte,^ J&n^. 91 Mar. 11 ;. ZieiU. 4 J[Bly,13 ; Caj»/. 

P27Jan.25} Breo.*Jf4^'9r,28 Joaeydd; irq;or,8Jaii.41; X<.*Co/.3Apr.4a. 
9 Bobert Brooket.* JBns. 16 May, 11 ; Lieut. ^8 Aug, 18 ; Capt, »97 Aug. 95 } 
' Ar<{^0r, P 8 May, 31 ; JU.-Oa. 37 April 46. 
iir«<ir«^Heiiry WiUiam Harris/ JEnt. p83 May, 29; JUmii. 97 8^^j 

Cop^ P do Dec. 31 ; Mt^or, p 14 Apr. 46. 
fiowdl Paynter, Ens. 36 April, 28; XttfM^.O Jaa^dS; Capt. F8 May, 42) 

Mtyor, P98 Apra, 46. 



CAPTAms. 

John HandB* ««# 

DaaielBiUy* 

Aug. Geo. Hlaehibrd. . . . 
Wm. GuataTna Brown . . 

Charld Lee « • • 

CharteB Henry Sflloe, «. 
Bobert William Travers . . 
Charlea Bobinaon Harris 
Bdmnnd Wodebonae .... 
H. Woodward Coultman 

LlETTTBITAJITS. 

I/mis Howe Bazalgette.. 

Francis Spring, r. 

John Saunders Shore. . ... 
John Henry Latman .... 
Geo. Sins Lloyd WiUianis 
Francis Charles Sknrray 

Sweton Grant 

Andrew John Macpheraon 
Hichard Anbin Croker . . 
George Frederick Berry . • 

John Stainforth 

Charles Mackechqie .... 

George Phillips 

Walter Cummiug 

John Bulkeley ThelWall 
William Hartshorn, atff. 
CammlUoMonteb^UolXrew 
Arthur Bdward Ftere .... 

Wmunnfielby 

James Danbeny 

Francis Clark 

Olirer Thomas Graham • . 
Henry Parr T. Woodlngton 

Eksions. 
Orlebar BktBoe Payne .. 
John Aeton Woodgate . . 
Thomas Mating Qreensill 

William PhUlips 

Hector C. Barthol. Collis 
Wm. Douglas Hall Bafllie 
Bdward Spry Ball ...... 

Heiiry John . Hinda. 



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28 Aug. 07 
IS Jan. 36 



21 July 00 11 May 90 

16 Dec. 25. 25 Oct. 36 

P 12 Not. 25ll'12 Dec. 26 17 Aug. 41 



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8 Apr. 96 

never 
28 Jan. 86 
P 17 Feb. 37 
P 24 Mar. 87 

1 Not. 16 

96 Jime38 
P28Feb. 40 
P27Mar. 40 

8 Jan. 41 
P 23 Apr. 41 
P 7 Oct. 37 

15 May 40 

10 Apr. 42 
P 18 Feb. 42f 



11 May SO 10 May 44 
P 80 Dec. 98 12 Apr. 44 

10 May 30 P 8 Aug. 45 
P97Mar.40 3 Apr. 46 

8 Jan. 41 P 14 Apr. 46 
p 16 Jan. 41 P 98 Apr. 46 

90 Sept 33, 2 Sqpt. 44 



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P 22 April 42 



9 Not. 46 
t Not. 46 



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7 Jan. 42 P25Apf. 45 



1 Apr. 42 

P 16 Apr. 41 

8 Dee. 41 

20 May 42 

P 4 Aug. 43 

99 Dec. 43 

10 May 44; 

24 Feb. 42 

P97 Jtme 45 

4 July 45 

P 11 Apr. 45 



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8 Apr. 46 

4 Apr. 46 

5 Apr. 46 

6 Apr. 46 

7 Apr. 46 
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P 28 Apr. 46 

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Mta ttM tcnglMllM ef tbe SaiA. 
rta«a w»M\ aad aahae^MiMy wMi 
flie «nQy or 6«e«patl^ In AaAea. ' 

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la the vivageaieoia M Paddos, a«d 
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P26Attg. 46 

a ril — a and Jftiwrva. Frvncb (HffalM. nd.# cofrette. In 
tM HDttBrMqi* dmiMt, Sitf Mf, I6l0 1 Mrrtd tli« 
N<qMal «aaBFaJ«M ttf MM JUtf 1ft. ted«lft« t^e Wkinf 
of HarriavMvt |n«|M MakntU wif M 1817 i fc Ismir 
Canada 1« 1937. at tbe UkU^ ot Oraade Br^Cf, Uk 
Upper GAMda to IMS. CMmuwiAHl t6« S4tl ngi. 
telDM NAvy .Ulaaa iHSi «k«.tanl nA of MiMor. 

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PaymoMter. — Geo. Abercromby Ferrier, 20 Mar. 42; Sns. p 12 April, 38 ; Lieui* 
A4jutamt.'^Lieui. Wflliam Hartsbom, 25 Oct. 44. [p,1 June^ 38. 

Quarter-Matter. — James Price, 16 Aug. 42. 

Svrgean.'^-Qeorge Kiucaid Pitcaim, M.D. 6 Oct 43 ; Amtt.-Surg. 28 N«t. 89, 
Aukt.^Surgent^-^Ckhn Donald, 23 Aug. 30. 

William Hanbury, 3 Apr. 46* *. 

William James Furlonge^ MvD. 3 Apr. 46« 

FaeUkf^ Q(TeeA.*~\AfftmiB^ Measia»Goz 4c Co. 



1 I.l«^-€toneral nilec aenrcd.oD ftm opedltlMi to SovUi 
tTj.>Cal. Stoyte vat prennt at Sie atonalBf of Bad«)os M 
ifttiHf vtQDded at Salamancat loet one Sttfer, 

of Vfbfeh vaa riMt awdy I irmi«MlllU«asb 



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im ftewtof aad SutMe of fciamanea. 8c- 
aadla tiwkreaHwbile awi/tiif dte e«l«ii«i. 



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ySli* Henry FJretf. CampMl,» KCB. & OCH.':EW.'30 SepV,^<r; ifctrf.-ftt 
-537 Oipf.26 April, »5; CVip^& Lieut.'Cvl. 6 April^M; Co?, 25 Sept. Oa,' Jtrt^M-' 
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21 July 26 

9 Apr. 26 

20 Sept. 33 

P 6 Apr. 27 

10 Aug. 23 

28 Aug. 36 

27 Not. 36 

J4 AprU 14 

P 29 Apr. 37 

P 13 Jan. 38 

P 31 Mar. 88 

P 18 Jan. 39 

Pll Jan. 39 

28Qct. 36 

9 July 97 

2 Mar. 38 

P 30 Mar. 38 

P 6 Jyily 38 

«23 Aug- 39 

15 Oct. 41 

10'Apra42 

90 Not* 39 

9 AprU 42 
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27 May 4% 

10 May 43 
P27 0ct 43 
P 3M^y 44 
P 10 May 

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;^illlai^ Thomas Pot^ . ^ 

WUliam George Tumer . . ]p 10 JUtij, 40 
'AMley Campbell Smith . J^ ' • '*'♦ " 

Horatio Priestley 

William Trail Arnold *./. 

Henry Veitch 

George Gould 

Stattdifth Grady MauoacU 1 
WJlUamHenryNewenham ' 



P 1 1 Not. 46 
2aAug.40 
P90 Not. 40 
P 19 Feb. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 6 Not. 47 



P291>ec. 26 
28 May 29 
p 8 Oct. 99J 
P 14 July 37 
P31 Aug. 80 
19 Sept. 25 
P 17 Not. 37 
PIS Jan. 38 
P 6 Oct, 2P 
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P 14 Aog. 28 
P 1 July 361 
P15Septi37 
p 12 Jan. 99 
8 April 42 

80 Oct. 40 
P 99 April 49 
P90Oct 43 

90Jaa. 95 
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P 15 Dee. 40 
P 21 May 41 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 4 July 39 
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Ooart<Riay Chambers," JSn^- 10 June, 13: Li^, Sc Cajptt^ J)aiy 15; 3lft(f&r^ p S9| 

Oct. 96 ; Lieut.'Col ^Sl Attg. 30 ; Col. 9 Not. 46. ,.<. | 

James Robert YOung, Ens, 97 July, 15 ; Lieut. 14 Dec. 18 ; Capt. p 13 May^ 9iS ;{ 

Mqfor, P 31 Dec. 33 ; Lieut.-Col. 8 April, 49. ij 

Mq^.—John Joseph HolUs, JS^. 9 July 03 ; XM Dec. 04 ; Capt. ^ Mait 09 ; 

Brev.-MqfaTf 22 July 30; M^or, 8 Aprils 49; Brevl^Lt.-Coi^Q Not. 46. 
Henry Francis Strange,' J5^ni. 23 May 15; Zietit. 7 April .95; Capt.P 20fime 

96 ; Br€V.'Mqfor, 23 Nov, 41 ; Mqjor, 90 Oct> 42. r^ ^ 

Wm. O'Connor 

A. Armstrong Barnes ., 

Samnel Wells 

Samuel B. Hamilton. • . . 
Wflliam McDonald .... 

George Holt , . . 

Wm. C B. Napier* .... 

EdwardRamsdenPrieBtley 
im John Impett* ...... 

Stanhope Mason GUdea.. 

LrVJJTHVAVTS. 

Rob. Henry Limdsell. . • . 

James OgiWy, r. 

Stewart Northey ...».* 
Robert Mascie Taylor . . 
Henry T. Walker, o^/... 
Robert Murphy NicoUs 
Fjred. J. B. Priestley . » .^ 
Robert Caimes Bruce , . 
Samuel Percy Lea* ,,•.. 
Wm. H. Tylden Pattensop 
DelanceyBarelayJolmston 

George Bent * . . 

Bdward Q. 'Whltty* .... 
Charles D. Pogson .... 
Cha. Jas. Stewart \!^allace 
George E. Lane* ..•••., 
Charles Feed. Brawoe . . • 
fienfy BkI^ Jones .... 

George Needham 

.Frederick Wnu Bieed«n 
Roben Briscoe r. . ..... 

Thomas Edwin Blomtiefd 



I Sir nniry Asdcrf 0k Ouij^ 
Ml MfTcd is HoUsiid fttdn 
Feb. to M*r, ^TMi In flM^ra 
firom June to Imb. f7M» ipd 
WIS prtwnt In th« Mcti#a at 
Boxtoh BnterkfSd ft* ftifla- 

Sil in Dee. I809,ll»coi^ai«4or • 
e ad Brigade ^ Ciy^d% and • 
was jfn$mt at Hm psange^ of 
the DoufO sad ca|kiiaB of 
Opodo, ietioa ,«ft ftit i in ji rfe, 
•nd HMie of Talar«*s, Vkea 
be WM jereralf mtmiided. aad 
retonMd to Biii^Anid 1^ cliilii 

Poftnffd, ia Jsin, lAII. «M 
retained toe oomnaad df llM 
tnd BrfetOi or QuaMi, hrnk 
wdlch «• mm ti^tf^ si db 
•iise ol CinMA Rodi^o.' •■ 
Ike tdTSfGO of ^tbf, Blil^ 
Army scr ort il>e ^|:ty at>^ 
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Wftii <he 7Ut, and wAi ^hiieot tfot bat^ of ! 
Waterloo.' ' . . • ^ '^ • 

id. WMttr>stttpd with the iSth 
(UedalX aod wsa praMS* a* Hm d 
Ningpo, St Ttekev Gli»poov ShsaghsS W 
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17 Dec. 47* 
Pnymaster.—'Yrm. Brumcll, 90Scpt. 43 ; ^iis. 11 Jnne» ^; XmK. 10 OcU94m « 
Adjutant. ^Lietit. Henry Torrens Walker, 16 Dec. 43. ■ \..' * 

'.—John Potts, 10 Jan. 82. 
^tif^eon.— James McGregor, 13 Dec. 44 ; Aasist.^Surg. 24 Jnly 84. 
Asrittant'StirgeoHi. — Duncan Donald M'Cay M'Donald, 4 Oct. 99. 

Ednard John Burton, M.D. 1 1 May, 36. 
Jonas King Carr, M.D. 84 July 46. 
Facings Bkuj-^Afents, Messrs. Cox 8l Co. 
9 iMaaet Chssibtfe aerted th« eampslipi of 1914 In Holland. ^ 

a Major Strmnfr aervedwWb IbetOUi on ths Cbtsa <>xp«d1Uon (Mcdall and was pmenC at Ihe 
4IninK>» at Twke, Cbapoo, WooMiif, Shaogbar. Chin Klann Foo, aod fiMiklo. 
4 Captain Napter terred as aide-do-eanip to 8lr Charles Napier dnring hia campalcn Sfaiaat Ihs m 
nd deaert tribes aitnated on the right bank of the Indua, early In IS46. 



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fi ffli Ji^u,Mrd SefttoD f 0C3. QCMO. GCB^ Snf. 10 J«lji, 1794^ Xf . 4 Bepti 
• fci CoiXlJiaan.OO^ V^vo^,^ Jun.Oe; X/.-Cp//^ Feb,0»5 (»>/. 4 June, U i 



^S'lS; • & : Can/: l^ i^m* 00 : ITq/ar, ?I Jun, 08 ; X/.-Cc?/* 2 Feb, 0» 5 CoL 4 June, 14 j 
-SK *!i: *' Jlfi-(ir-6?«i. ?7 Max, 2$ J -^W*-^^ 2§:Jimeu 38; CuL^ F.W Mwrch^&e, 

j^^^: *^ . ' . I • tieui. 'Colonel. 




16 J Ferdinand WhiUiwbam,'* CB. En$. 2 5ov. di^ ; Lieut. P 19 
' ' ' • "^ * ;■ Apr. 41 ; B rev. 'Major, ?3 D ec. 42 j, a fi^^o r, PV Oc t. 47,* 



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»oO 4Wtfler BilsbHoe Parlt^« ' 
Wiw^Thomai Bctta,'' f*. 
Arthur August. I/)ngmore 
Thomas Andrews' ...» .'". 
3eitia Mathew Roberta 
Jacob Goo. Mountain, iU(j 
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P 8 May 40 
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22 May 41 
26 Oct. 4S 
18 June 41 
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Blehard Woilaaton-Cletfte'P 12 April 44 
Oharlef fidward Prestoh[ 26 July 44 
iSr<m. Alex. £. G. Bindair P20 Dec. 44 



Oirjsto. £dw. BiBckett . . 
David Hutfter Blair •% • . 

{ WiUium Bobert Bell ... . 

i U«nry James Noyes . • . . 

'O* HOdney Myllas .;».&... 

:%] jQT DfiHiaia Ksdalle Thomas 



21 Dec. 44 
P 4Apr. 4/S 

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20 June 46 

14 Aug. 46 

P 10 Mar. 47 

P 9 April 47 



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IQ Nov. 39 
P3I Dec. 41 

26 June 44 
p 23 June 43 
p 19 May 46 

26 June 46 
14 Aug. 46 
P22 Dec. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 9AprU47 
P 1 Oct. 47 
i»12iroT. 47 



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P 4 Apr. 46 

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Oeugfa At MUiari^|Kir«(in4dai}, 
to irhialkMttottlwwaA tetereif 
woiiimIqiI, Mifi kMl his ril^t 
arm amputated in itb^ ^eld. • 1 

19 Cfqptftltt Caioerab t^n'fd 
throughomt 'tfaS- Chida 6x00- 
ditlon (ipiedBl)b anl wu preMDt ! 
at Cbusan, Cttatoili A^poy, A^ 1 
fence 6f Klngpo, at CkapM, , 
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14 Lt. PArVMrred Jn China (medal)* at Am«7, ' 
OelopgMh defaaea of Nlngpo, at T$cke, Chapop, 
Woo»aag» Shangtae, OInn K\mhg Foo, and i 
Nanltiiig. 

16 Capt: Wallace Mrred in Ctiioa (vadid^, 1 
at Ctititan, Canton, tea battcri** of Aoxojr, i 
QoloDfaOy d«flinGO of Ningpo. at Ttcke, Cha- ; 
poo, Woo«ungr fihangliafB, Clun kiang F^» 
and Nanking. 



i a Cbaaab. Henry HiUcbUir 

D' waUam Bdward Wallace !i^ 3 Sept. 47 
James Btown Young. . . . p 16 Oct. 47 
Sylvester W. F. M. Wfbon P 12 Nor. 47 

• « i\qfii«af<sr.-*^AobeTtCoBinsCnilgiey8NQy.43; JBh«.P2Feb,d8; X^,Pl61fpTii4|. 
4i0uttmt. — Lieut. Jaeob George Mountahi, 14 AUg. 46. ; 

'0. Quarf^r-ilfa/^er.— Charles Kent,>« 3 April 47. t. 

^,ii].Svrgmnkr-^axaM Johnston, H.D., 18 July 47; Asstst.-Surg. Q Aug. 39. 

Asntt.^Swyeon. — Dnncan M'Intyre, M.D. 27 Oct. 46. • : 

Taeingt Yellow. — Ag^ti^ Messn. Cox 5c Co, — IrUh Agents, Sir £• R, Boi^ugli^ 
JBi.y Armit, k. Co. 

[Retomed from Bengal, 4th July, 1843.] ^ 

em aatf rceilfvd a ems and tteea «la«p« tot Oonnnus Albukera, Cludad aodrifO^ (i^liere lia waswrirrtj 



I 






a Cotooel Moontaia terrcd m Deputf. A4inCM«- tmn i throofluwt ibe war in China (medal) » and .waapmaat atthc Jrft 
tionntaf of the helfhti and foru above Canton, action of the SOth May, taking of Amaj, fnd rapture «f 




of the foitlSed helfhti of Chinhae. takiag af Mtai(po, and lorcie at the rrpulae of the nltht attack, aetic|i of 
of Chapoo (three fevere woonda), aaaaalt isd ei^liura of Chin Kiai« Fooi attd hinalmiwl afMataktnt. 
a Mt^ Hofarth aerred In China (aaedal), at the dcfimee of Nlogpo, at Chapoo, Woomniw flhanihaf. Chin Klailf f oo^ttai 
MmeAmi ' ' "Ba* il—ianil tha l>a iriB« of tia Mlh <m a detached eoBuaaad at the aaaaaU and capture of tha cttjr of Qhliat 
Uaac Wo. 

S ll^|. MyllM aeired thnrnffaont the China expedition (medal), and wat pfeaent «l the Sni aaploM of Ohvau^ tha optnu- 
Unaa heton Canton fhan the t4th to the SI M May 1S41, at Wooiunf. ahan«bac. Chin KJang Foo. and Nankli«. 

• Malar Whtttliwitoto imtnA aa AMa d» Caaap to Sir Bagh Ooagh throufboot the opcratlona of IMI to China (nadalf. 
Md «M pi e aent at tomii, Chapoo, WooeoBf, Ihaaghaf « and OWn Hba( Paok 
S Cape Bdgar aefved In Chuia (medal) at the defence of Mlngpo^ at Chapoob Wooeonff, Shanghai, Chla Klaat '^ 9"^ ' 

t 

served thrga^nat the Chlnd df^edltfan («adal>, add «rie imeent at Cfaoaan, Caaloo (K^oadad Ok 



0» left wilatX deCence of Ntngpo, at Twke. Chapop, Wooawnf. Shanfh^e, Chi* Rlanr VoOf add Nanklnf. 
la Caplaha Kodgan, Lt. Betes, and Qr.- Master Kent, scnred throughont tMa China aapedtltaB (tacdal), aad Kcta 
CaMon, daCiDee of Ntagpo, at Chapoo^ Woolwag, Hhanghae, Odn Klaog P«9i and Maahfaf* 



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" aALAM AJNCA "— •• YITTORU "— •• PTREMEES "— " NIYELLE "-.^ 0BTHE8*'— •• TOUUKItB •«— 
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H Sir Joha Hacleui/ KGB. JSru. 80 Apr. 94; XAmU. 1 Ifay^ 94; Capi. 15 
Jane, 07 ; M^jar, 2 Aug. 04; Lmd.-CoL 9 Jane, 08; CM. 4 Jime, 14 a 
AfiU'or-Gcfi. 27 May, 25; U.-Gtn. 28 Jnae, 88 j CW. 27Ui Regt. 2 If ov.42, 

Uontague Cholmeley Jobnatone, J?n«. »27 Feb. 23; Lieut, p16 DtcSi^ 
Cop^ P 19 Sept. 26 ; Mqjor, p 27 July, 88 ; Lieui.-C^L p 16 Koy. 41. 

SaiBMl B. Goodmaa, 2iul XJMi#. 7 July 26: £{««#.» 8 April 26; <>}ir.P4bet. 

88; Mi^mr^ p 28 Fdk 40; JBr«Mf Lt.^Cbi. 20 Oet. 4a 
RicbardF^wkeB, CWim^, p1 Mar.27 ; XlMtf . p 22 Ifay 29 ; CiqiT. » 16 Juu 85; 

jyn|Stfr,Pl6N0Y. 41. 



CAPTAIH8. 

Geo. Anthony Pninibrd 

Vaher Willianson 

Thomas PerciTal Touzel 
Henry B. Cholmeley .... 

Charles Vereker 

Andrew Vincent Watson 
WUUam W. T. Cole .... 

Walter Btttlor.... 

FhHlerick KUur 

Uerman Stapylton. . •« . . 

LlBUTBKAMTa. 

Bdw. Nassau Holesworth 
Benjamin Mldgley, a4i» 
Fianeis W. Jolmstonei r. 
Bartholofnew INunard ^ 
John Samuel Manly 
OlWer Langley .... 
Fred. Charles Herring . . 
H<m, F. Beau. PakeuEam 

Brabazon Koble 

C. A. W. Wedderbnme.. 
Thomas William Hostyn 
John Rieh. Hedges Becher 
Barday Thomas. •..••• 
BKsiexs, 

Edward Barnes 

Alex. Chaneellor ..... 
William Archibald Kidd 

William Croiier 

Charles Warren 

Chariea Conmd Brine . 
WttL Camenm Somenrllle 
James Henry Creagh 



• . • I 



SNAXOir. 



3 Mar. 25 

P 29 Aug. 26 

10 Sept. 29 
P 18 July 81 

April 25 
P21 Dec 82 
19 Oct. 88 
P 15 Dec. 25 
PIS Dec 88 
P 4 Aug. 87 

P 1 Dec 87 

11 Dec 87 
Pl9Aug.a6 
P26Dec 37 

15 Feb. 80 
P 19 Mar. 40 
P 16 Not. 41 
P 8 Feb. 42 
P 8 June 42 
P 5Dec 48 
2 Feb. 44 
P81 May 44 

81 Dec 44 

25 July 46 
P 20 Oct. 46 
P20 Not. 46 
29Dec 46 
23 April 47 
P 20 July 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 



IilBUT. 



15 Dec 25 
11 Not. 31 

4 Oct 38 
18 D^. 33 
27 Mar. 27 

18 May 38 

1 Not. 40 

19 Sept 26 
17 Aug. 38 

19 Mar. 41 

2 Apr. 41 

16 Apr. 41 
26 July 41 
16 Not. 41 

20 Oct 40 
22Mar.44 

5 Aug. 46 
20 Oct 46 
20 Not. 46 



CAPTAIX« 



BRBTST^ 
MAJOiB. 



6 Not. 38 
P28Feb.40i 
P 16 Not. 41 
P 8Jnne42 
P 17 Aug. 88 
P20Oot. 43 
P15 Mar. 44 
20 8«pt44 
PftOOot 46 

p 1 Dec 46 

ft Ucot Tiuward was MMfilX • 
woiaadcd In a nlfht attack oaoa 
a ISTfe body of tba Cap»-Mcli 
Jtarifraak Boaat at CbaOoamrlte 
Caav» PMiTlatal. aicd lUy* 
1849. 

6 Kr. Mottrik Mrrtd Bi tba 
PiMlMQli* frsm Jaa. 181 1 aatll 
the cBd or laa war, kicftadlDf 
tiw siiga of Badaioc. April iait , 
battles of Salamiuica. THtorla, 
aad the Pyraoeett ewnninff of 



19 Not. 47 



Bingo 
Yotaa 
1 Dec 46ilierpartnbattlee«r<Mfefui4 

20 Jnlv A7 TottlouM. Benred In 8m .Iwe 
^flTrS It ricanwar, lndodh« tbe s^oa 



laia J«M u wwm^a^ 



19 Not. 47 
PoiVMUMr.^Victor Baymond, 9 March, 26; J^iu. 11 Feb. 06 ; LmU, 10 Not« 

09 ; Capt, 7 i^pril, 25. 
AtSutant,^Li$ui, BenJ. Midgley, 11 Dec 37. 

QuarUr^Maiter^-4ieQ. Thompson, 18 Sept 31. [itasift. 9 V«t. 10. 

5iirya0n.--9 ill Tboe. Mostyn,«6 Oct 25; AsiUL-Swrp. 19 Dae 11; ^•V^ 
^sw^^Anycvfi.— William Nelson Irwin, 2 Dec 42. 

Faeingt B«ff.— ^psR<, Charlsa R. M'Qrigor, Bs%. 

1 Sir loka IffaeisM aaeo-paiiiad hie nflment (the Otnd) to Holland, In im aad vm jiMsnf It Ike 
battle of 8m «rtb AvffnM, the taUnf of ne Helder, aad the aetioae of the 1(ha and lOth 
Sad October, near Alkmaar, where he «rae Mveiely woaaded la two ptaaae. i rwapaaied i 
S«7pt In isvl, and was preaent at the landiag St Aboiihir Bav, 8ili Maich ; at the battle oT 
flat Marrh| aad at m^^rr aetloa which tooh plaoa in Egrot durina thai campalfB. Serrad bk tha 
dWoa to Haaover, 18(16 sad M; aleo In the espedltloa lo Sweden, 180B. Kmharhed far 
lioe; wae pmeat at the battle of Baeaoo; the action near Bcdinha t tfap of OUfeafa; liaaa of 




he wae eeraralf wounded x the aetloa near Oaninl, where hie baftalicwi aad the 
fjH'irf^ a colaiBB of the faeniF double iheir aunber. and pat theoa to 



aifhii the 

^Ittorlm, the Pyrea e eiv aear PMipeiuna (wonaded), MWelle, Bajoaae, Orthea, aad Ibuloutt, whara ha «» 
ievei«4j wooadMl. It beinf the Bfth wouad ha laoeitad la the earrios o# hk oaantif « 81r ~ ' ' 
a araai sad t«o cbu^ 



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1 28M( Th0lhHhGiimtuter$Mre)Regt of Ft [-^ ^- 

1 Jan. 18a6> Xri«if.-6?en.4 June,ll ; G«i.27 liay,26; Cirf.28tliB^. 26Dce.l£. 
JJeui.-CoUmeU.—loYm MeiHiter; JSw#. 18 July, Id; lA^ui, p 3 July. «: Cap/. 

^1» ^t 90; lfn/«>r,Paf7 Sept 33 ; LietU^Col. «4 Atig. 42. ' 
Sydney John Cotton, Cornet, 19 April, 10 ; lieu*. 13 Peb. 19 ; Cmt. p 1 Jan, 90 ; 

Jfi^/or, 18 Jan. 28 ; Brewt lAma.'0>L 98 »or. 41 ; I^itut^Coh 8 Jan. 43. 
3fH;«n.--TlK)maa Wheeler, JBnaigm^ 94 May, 14 : Utui. P 18 Dec. 17 ; CamU 

98Sept.39; lfa/(M^,94Aug.49. '^ 

1^ Adams, Bn$. P30 Dec. 96; Xicuf. 98 Mar. 39: C<i»*. I»31 Dec 33; 

Jl^^inw, 90 Oct. 43. • ' ^ ' 



Castains. 

Robt. Julian Banwgartno 

Mottoam Andrevti 

Fred. Browne RiiMeU . . 
Henry Forey WakeBeld' 
Percy Archer Butler. . • . 

Alexander Fraaer 

John Gniae Rogers Aplfai 
SSI Thomas Deacon'. . . . 
George Batler Stoney • . 
John Tayler Gorle 

LlBUTBNAmn. 

Saranel Bawson 

John Dane, r 

Chaises A. Thom]>Bon . . 
Fred. Lnssan Loinswortii 

8ydney Cotton 

Henry Webb, tf/i^uitant. . 

Cbarles StecTens 

Heary William Dennie.. 

Williafai HobertB 

Geoiipe Duncan Bobertson 
Wm. Fletcher Jas.Morphjr 
Saranel Read 



IV. 



Johul/undaaMaloolm .. 

" 8ns«^ L. A^ B, Messiter 
WmvJohn JamcB Smith . . 
JxAm Gittens Haycock . . 
Jon. WiUington Shelron 
Faedeiick. fieoige Moore 

ilttired Wright 

James Yerling EUis • . . « 

Edward Collins 

Arch. E. Cochrane Forster 
Mowbray Baumgartner . . 
John Theophilus U8sheri<> 

Ensigns. 
John Meacham ........ 

Charles Greenwood Walsh 
Berkeley James Lennox 

^ 1 PM!ipHen.P#enaer.Aplin 
Lynch Btapleton Cottoq 

I Henry Baxter* 

^ iTbomaa Beattie GriersoD 
WiflSam Gordon Shute 




8 





BNBION. 



P^ Sept. 33 p 30 Jne 37 



April 96 
9 Not. 96 
P 17 Dec. 99 
P 1 Mar. 39 
Pll Aug. 37 
P 7 Oct. 37 
6 Aprfl 13 
P 18May36 
P 7Aag. 40 



P31 May 30 
Pll May 88 

4 Jan. 80 

P 14 June 30 

95 Oct. 30 

18 Jane 41 
P 7 Aug. 40 

18 Dec. 41 
P 1 Not. 89 

4 Aug. 40 

90 May 49 
31 Oct. 49 

1 KoT. 49 

6 Kov. 49 

90 May 49 

^ 9 Jnne 43 

3 Nov. 49 

4 Nor. 42 
10 ITov. 43 
99 Mar. 44 

P94May 44 

10 May 44 

P 4 Apr. 4o 

P 30 May 43 



LIBUT. 



10 Apr. 44 

95 May 44 

93 May 4& 

91 Apr. 46 

P 8 Sept. 46 

99 Oct. 44 

P 91 May 47 

p 26 Nov. 47 



p 94 July 98 

18 Feb. 30 

99 Joly 39 

9 May 49 

P19Jnly 30 

P93 April 41 

3 Aug. 15 

P 11 Jan. 39 

p 98 Dee. 41 

13 Sept. 49 
98Jaty 40 

PdOApr. 41 

14 Oct. 49 
14 Oct. 49 
14 Oct 49 

P98Dec. 41 
30 Dec. 49t 
10 July 43 
9 Nov. 43 
10 Not. 48 1 
28F6b. 44 
29 Mar. 44 

P24Mar 44 
7 Sept. 43 

P 4 Apr. 45 

93 May 45 

20 Nov. 45 

91 Apr. 46 

P 8 Sept. 46 

P91 May 47 
22 Qec. 46 

P26 Nov. 47 
14 April 46 



CAPTAIN. 



P 93 April 41 
94 Aug. 49 
13 Sept 49 
30 Dec. 43 

P 4 Apr. 45 

P 8 Oct 44 
90 Not, 45 
99 April 36 
19 Dec. 44 

P9aMar. 451 



BBBY.-KAJ. 



9 Nor. 40 



8 eaptafai Ifakefleld MrrM . 
wilh tlie 4im in Lower *mA 
npfsraelnde In 1880 and 89. 
He oommaDded |li« Qmnulier 
Company during tbe vbato of 
iiie opefrnttont la Candaharaitd 
hi Aflkbaiilttan^tn 1841 aad 48, 
and haf ropelred Iha «f edal l^r 
Oandabar, GbuzyieCy fuid Oa- ' 
bool. He waa alio vreient In 
the aotlon «f Maiiantfpoi«> ^d 
(|aa raefivad Um 9it>nge Star* 

A N«). DcMon tnwd wbh the tnd 
battaliSB of tke 7Br4 on th« espe. 
ditioB to atnlwaA ma4er Kr Bain. 
GIbb*. In 18^3 1 u4 to Um nortji of 
Octmuiy, midar Omni WalaoAen, 
and WW vnmnt ^^ tbe bo&tle of 
OoenU. 8«b«ei)aeiul3r in HoUi^kl, ' 
ttndar Lord Lfmdoeh, dniinf tho 
onariAiOM af tk« vintcr cmapatgn 
of 1813-14. C«mp4n of 1816.— w. 
vndy vfrnndcd at Waterloo. Oon- 
mndod ond of cha diatvbod di»> 
irietB of the KandimoRmneca, and 
ot)i«r o|ieratiova, in CeyMn. dvfinf 
tha nbolMon of 1817 and 1& 

8 ]>oel0r Gfant aervad with tho 
Qo«en*t Rqyrfs tbe eampalfa of i 
1844.8 ta tba Sontbern <kiucan and- 
Sawaat Warree CoMitiv, UMdndinf 
tbe itotnihiir ef >everaf ■toekadea, 

tand the Ivnratiaanf and eapCnra of 
tbe fort bTMoookBr and Mnaann- 
toeh. 

FaymaBtor lienaon stttmI Snthe Fnilngula^' 
fraro Julj, 1818, lo tfio end of tlie war, iaclnd-' 
iaf; the battles of Vtttoila, tbe PvrtDee»,( wbund- 
ed In the amX Flampehina, Nfri^le, nive, Or-< 



tbea, and Toalouie. Borrei tivo in tlie AmeM-i 
can war, and wat aevendj wounded In tii* 
riihi breast by a rtfl« ball at PUtUbanr. 

19 Uenteaaat UadMrr ^crred tba Cvrnp^gn in tbe! 
8onlham Nabxatte aeaaiB in 1»44^ and waa yt^.' 
■ant at tba IntMtiaent and eaptam of tba Wnm of 
FanoUa and Fowngbur. 

P<H^ma^cr.-BGeo. Thod. Beii8OB/90 May, 36 ; JSn». 13 Feb. 19 : ti, S^ Aug. 13^ 
A4^utatU,'^lieue. Henry Webb, 91 May, 43. 

Quoyf^r- Afo«<cr.— Adam Cowan, 23 July, 44. j 

. 3A yBurgwfi.—9m^ Wm.Henry Young.U Sept. 28i^.-5.4 Feb. 13; ff.-ul. Ij9 Dec. 11 . 
1 a*fii^.-A4fi^.— Beniamia Wm. Marlow, MD*, 95 Oc^ 49. 
^ I Ja«Dke« Gran*,* M.D., 19 Oct. 41. 

Q y Qeotg^ Augustas Frcaeric SbcUon, AM. MD., 3 lan^ 45. 

JPacmgM YeUow^-^^^teniit. Masfirs. Cox ^ Co. 

Tlftndert and Holland hi 04. He waa present In Um 
In the actions of tbe 8th, 18th, and 8lac Mardi, In Bmt fia 
Cairo and Alexandria. Bfr Bdwahf loet hfs right am hi dii 

181S. indndloi the liff al^ce %f Ha; 
the Ketharlands, inclmling the attick ii '^i^^uSi^^H iiue^^f wSiriiSl^"^'' "''"^ "* 




180 r'^f.JSi'^] 29rt ( The Worcestershire) Regiment ofPooL \^ 

"ULBU'— "VnUBKl"— "Til^yilU'— «ALBUHEBA"— •PKRINSVLA'— «rnOIMB)UI>— -Ion 



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rean'Serr. 



66 



Full 
Pay. 



23 
28 

31 

16 



14 
24 
23 
11 
11 
9 
20 
13 
14 
10 

10 
7 
6 
7 
8 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 
3 
6 
7 
8 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 

2 
2 

4 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 



11 
6 
6 

15 
6 
2 
7 



Half 
Pay. 



CoUmeU 
H 9139 John, Earl of Straffbrd/ OCB. Bl OCH. Ens. 30 Sept. 1703 ; Lt. 1 

93; Con^. 24 May, 94; Lieut.-CoU 14 March, 1800; Orf. 125 July, 

Afqjor-Gen, 4 June, 13; tieut.-Gen, 27 May, 26 ; (?«». 23 Not. 41 ; Col, 

Regt. 23 Jan. 28. Lieut. -Colonels, 

George Congreve,* CJ^ JBw*. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut, p 12 Jan. 26; Cmti. p12 Ja 

28; 3r«?.-Af^«>r, 23 Nov. 41 ; Jfrz/or, 8 April, 42 ; Lieut.-Cd. II Feb.! 
Andrew T. Hemphill, J^/w. 7 Apr. 25; Lieut. 16 Apr. 29; Ckpe. 3 J J 

39 ; ilf£y<w, 11 Feb. 46; Lt.-Col. p 8 Dec. 46. 
Jfdiforff.— Matthew Smith,* Ens. 16 Sept. 16; Xf. 31 Dec 23i Cka4 S Feb. 3 

Brevet-Major 28 Dec. 42; 3fa;ar 22 Dec. 45. 
Gregory. Lewis Way, Ens, p 17 Feb. 32 ; Lieut, 30 July 36; Capt. P5tl May I 

3f<y<?r, P 8 Dec. 46 




13,1, 






















































Captains. 
Arth. St. Geo.H. Stepney^ 
9 Edward Boyd^ ...... 

John D. Young' 

John Power,' s 

Lewis Cokei^ 

Kenneth Murchlson* .... 

Edward Lngard,' s 

John Aneas Duncan'^ . . 

iEneas William Fraser" 

£dw. Henry Westropp^' 

Lieutenants. 

Carey Handfield*^ 

^<m. Horace M.Monckton 
C. E. M'Donnell,** adfj. 
William Francis Stehelin" 
Hugh George Colvill," r. 
Henry George Walker*. . 
Henry Torrens Metge*' . . 
St. Geo. Mervyn Nueent'^ 
Lindsay Farrington*^* . • 
John Mackenzie Lyle*' . 
Henry Francis ..••... 
Edward Tol^e Scudamore'^ 
Augustus Alexander Dick' 

Valens Tonnochy*' 

Frederick Kneebone . . . 
Edward Tbos. FitzGerald 
Henry Philips Onslow . . 
James Henry Archer .... 
Wm. Septimus Simmons 
Charles Hugh Leringe . . 
Edward Browne Hart . . 
Richard John Evans . . • . 
John Sheridan Henderson 

Ensionb. 
James William Bostock'' 
Wm. Lanccy Daries Smith 
Alexander Robt. Mowbray 
Edmond H. C. Pery .... 
George Augustus Ferris. • 
George Henry Nevill. . • . 
James FAiser Diaper .... 
William D. Chapman . . 



ENSIGN. 



P 16 May 34 

16 July 11 

16 Aug. 25 

P 6 May 37 

11 Aug. 37 

1 Feb. 39 

31 July 28 

P 7 Aug. 35 

P 6 June 34 

P 2 Not. 38 

14 Dec. 38 

P2dAprU41 

P21 Apr. 42 

30 April 41 

10 Jan. 40 

P 29 Apr. 42 

28 Jan. 42 

P26 0ct 42 

23 June 48 

P19 May 43 

P23 June 43 

P 16 Feb. 44 

P31 Dec. 44 

P 2Sept.45 

19 Dec. 45 

23 July 42 

19 Not. 41 

P 15 Dec. 40 

1 Apr. 46 

2 Apr. 46 
9 Dec. 45 
4 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

P 1 May 46 

14 Apr. 46 

23 Aug. 44 

P22 May 46 

P 8 Dec. 46 

19 Feb. 47 

20 Mar. 46 
10 Dee. 47 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBT.-M4 



P 15 Apr. 48 

17 Aug. 26 

5 Non 41 

P 29 Dee. 43 

P 4 Apr. 45 

22 Dee. 45 

30 Dec. 43 

30Jnly 46 

27 SepL 44 

5Augk47 



[Conttiraailoa of Note O 



P 10 Not. 37 
1 July 12 
P 7 Jan. 27 
P 12 July 30 
P 27 Sept. 39 
20 May 41 
P 31 Oct. 31 

26 0cL 39 
P 4 Mar. 36 

8 Apr. 42 

i 8 Apr. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 
P23 June4d 

20 Dec 42 

3 Aug. 41 

31 Dec. 43 

25 8epl.44 
P31 Dec. 44 

27 Sept. 44 
P 2 8ept.45 

14 Sept. 45 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 4^ 

20 Dec 43 

30 July 46 
P 22 Dec 43 

25 Not. 46 

p 10 Feb. 47 

5 Aug. 47 

P 28 Sept. 47 

10 Dec 47 

Pimm, attack and eapdtracr lalallt Ca 
vet raak of Major). 
4 lfd.ainMra«Mi«llf 

I tkeSotl^lMcdal): IW( 



3 Apr. 
29 Not. 1 



90 Oct 

3 Apr. 



«aJr Mdca 

llcc ism vhcM 1^ tad l>t«^ 
vat aitafekad bf flix Din»M«* <j« t| 
P^— «h Armj wmmmmdtd by 
•hal Soalt i in fkia acttsa ht 
hone ihot anadar Mm. Oailvi 
Ptob. at tba — T-ni iiiimh- <4 
CaaraiKB aT ISIS be 
with tba Hear fl— id tf tkt 
al ramlk in 

tbeKeiiibta dbvvaGaim. O* 

lattenbai 

aadAke; awl ka lapuhai iW 

myatOarOa. ■• 

wM Ua 

Tooloiaaa. Ha 

ofGaaalaatt) 

andaMdaaa fct Tiiaaria, 
NheUa. KW 
SLtX;<d. 
IbalSibtt 

Sirtici, 
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talDlt.)atltoa 





OB 

aawNvad oa blit^ 
at iba battlaoC 



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retaiiMd 4a(iK tba i4riit of 4h*»|l a»i «kt I 
tba »Bd DeaTUlS. uTaniBcaa wmmtmk 
actife part of tbe eampricii anol ^mmts^m 
a grapa-ibot at tba eooclflaiaBtif 1 
• Cajiiaiat Taaag a»4 Maidbb 
aanaA villi tba l»iV fa Aatta 



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Paymaster.— ^BmcB Herbert Clay, 31 May 44 ; Ens. p 5 May 37 } JLL. 9 April, I 
Aiffutant.-^Lieut, Charles Bustace MacDonnell,** 20 Mar. 46. [Mar. I 

Quarter- Afa#for.—Chaa. Sutherland DowtoD, 1 Dec 47 ; Ens. 9Jmse, 42 ; id 
Surgeon — John Robert Taylor," 14 June, 42 ; Assist.-Swf* 9i JUj, 33>. 
Assist. 'Surgeons. — Wnilam Green Trousdell, 8 April, 42. 

Alexander Mackay Macbeth, 21 July 46. ( Fadm(^ Teltow.^ 
LudoTie Charies Stewart, 8 June 41. \ Agents^ Menn^ Gbz k C 

I Loffd StmlbaA aanaA with tba ard te naaiata »4 in Holbui fai 17M ul M, «4 WW vMaML ( 

rrodvkbtbaSidOmaidalatbaflipaditknialoilaaover la IflM; lo OMoabatea imHtfJi md ft 
tbe latter be vat whb tbe Bwu i u aader Sir J. Hopai and oommaadad h» advanca. eompoaad af lllc 
tba Oaaida and a detachaMM of tbe Wtb Biflea; la tbit eoounaad be ehargti a detaebamrt «r "^^ 
odleefaaadapvatdaofabvadicdneapriaoaefa. In 1811 be jolaad tbe Bhcada of Oaarda ia 
«r tbat ftar be waa nwirfiMlad to tbe rwamtadofa Briflida, la tbe fad Diviaioa aader VbH WXL 
in aU tbe BoveoniU and aSatrt vitb tKeeaemfiB tbe Boatbof 8iwiB--aad dazfaw tba farlad of tbe 
be vaa detaebed la c B o rn i aa d to Idaaba Kota vltb bla ova Brinde and aome cavaliy to ubf ii i ilw aaw^Mvta W * 
of ^ — w y waaiaw d r d by Oen. Fay. at Coria. Upon Lord HiUioUiittf tbe aula bo^af tbe Anif at 

eftbeCaairoiKBofl8llLbe«faacMadiBtbeaav«AlaetViBaorTittaria.of tbePfiaaankof 

bevaavmnidedt la tbe croariac of tbe Iflfelle and attack of tbe iartUed 




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9 Geoi^, Jfargicitf qf Tveeddale,* KT. Cfi. iSiw. June, 1804; Lt. 12 Ocl 
CapM4Mky, 07; Af^/V^r, 14 May, 12; Lt.-CoL 21 June, 13; Col. 27 
25 ; MfOOr'Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nor. 46; Co/. 30th Foot, 7 Pel 

Li«tf;r.-C9i.— John Gordon Geddes, 2d Lieut. 8 Nov. 15; Lt, 27 Mar. 25 ; 
P 8 Apr, 26 ; Breo.-Mqf. 28 Nov. 41 ; 3fq/or, 10 July, 46 ; Lt.-Col, P 5 Ma 

M<^&r$. — Samuel John Luke Nicoll, id Lieut. P 27 Apr. 32 ; Lieut, p 8 
38 ; C€^, P 10 Apr. 40 ; Afif^, p 5 March 47. 

PhflJp Cha«. Cavan, J?i».P19 Dec 34; Lieui, p 1 Mar. 39; Capt. p 23 
41; Mqjar, P 30 July 47. 



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Captains. 

Charles SOlery 

e I Wm. Armstrong Steele . . 
i William Francis Hoey .. 
I JamesThomasMauleverer* 
1 William Hodder Heard.. 




































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Robert Dring O'Orady . . 
Robert William Smith . . 

Tho. Wm, Wilkinson 

James Brodie PatuUo . . 
John Tryon Sail 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

John Tongue 

Henry Broome 

Paget Bayly, r 

Charles Dudl^ Oliver 
John Henry Keogh .... 

Armar Lowry 

£dm. Aug. Whitmore,a4^. 

James Rose 

Fred. Angustus Edwardes 
Thomas Henry Pakenham 
Tho. Wm. Roger Coventry 
Arthur WelleSey Conolly 
Thomas William Cator . . 
Ehsigns. 

Mark Walker 

Wm. W. Hastings Greene 
James St. Clatr Hobson . . 
Oraham Le Fevre Dickson 
Jobn Dillon Ross Lewin 
Fra. Topping Atcherhy . . 
Wm. Robert Hepburn . . 
T. Mapleson FitzPatrick 



ENSIGN. 



24 Nov. 28 
16 May 27 

P 28 Oct. 31 
P 18 Apr. 34 

16 Sept. 27 
P 30 July 36 
P15 Mar. 39 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P24 Apr. 40 

11 May 38 

P 2 Dec. 86 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 8 Mar. 39 
P 30 Oct. 40 
p 26 Jan. 41 
P 2 April 41 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P 16 Nov 41 
p 8 Oct. 44 
P 12 July 44 
P28 June 44 
7 July 45 
29 Dec. 46 

25 Sept. 46 
P30Dec. 46 

16 Jan. 47 
P 5 Mar. 47 

28 May 47 
P 4 June 47 
P 30 July 47 

10 Dec. 47 ^ 



J.IBUT. 



20 July 30 
8 Apr. 32 

5 Sept. 35 
P 19 Aug. 86 

10 Dec. 33 
P 26 Apr. 89 
P 23 April 41 
P 6 Aug. 41 

10 Oct. 42 
P 18 Dec. 42 

P 8 Nov. 39 

P22 Nov. 39 

P 26 Jan. 41 

P 23 Feb. 44 

P28 June 44 

20 Sept. 44 

10 July 46 

28 Dec. 46 

P29 Dec. 40 

Pl9Mar. 47 

P28 May 47 

P 25 June 47 

P 30 July 47 



CAPTAIN. 



P 15 Mar. 39 
10 Oct. 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 2d July 43 
20 Sept. 44 
P 5 Mar. 47 
P28May 47 
P 25 June 47 
P 30 July 47 
P21 July 46 



CapUin Maaleverer i 
with the 17ib throughoi 
OMapaign in Aflkhauista 
Beloochlata% under 
Keanet and wai present 
Btonn and captun of 
nee and of Khelat. If e<i 
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Paymoiter,^^. Ch. Macdonald,8 May, 35 ; Em. 10 April,25 ; Lieut, p 13 De 
A^^utant, — lAeut. Bdniuad Augustus Whltmore, 28 Dec. 46 
Qwarfer-Afajfcr.— Timothy Morris, 28 May 47; Ens. 15 Jan. 47. 
i9tfr^eo«.~*Thoma8 D'Arcey, 27 Oct. 46; Atnit,'Surg. 29 Dec. 37. 
A tiiitani-Swgeon . — Augustus Purefoy Jx>ckwood, 17 Sept. 41. 
Facings Yeilow.^Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
, [Retwmed from New Brunswick, Qth Jan, 1 844.] 

1 Lwd TiraeMals wired in tho Penlutula aa an Auiatant- Quarter-Master- General, and hat recei 
Wibkt for Uis batne of Yittorla, In whtch aetion he wm wounded, at aliio at Biuaco. Served »l«o U 

A^dHcan war. and was again wounded. 

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9 Cant. Plaskitt served with the 91 at throughout the campaign of 1842 in Affgbanistaa (]fedal)|incln 
Ibe Seuons of Hascena, Tteieea, and Jugdulluck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different engagen 
Icfdiog to^t. He served also in the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), and was present at Ifoodkee 

10 Lt. UwMmd alSbthe >ist throughout the campaign of 1843 in Affghanistan (Medal), inoludinfl 
actions fl# Masfena, Tewen, and Jugdulluck, the occupation of Cabool. and the different cn|j»geni 
l^dObg to It He serrcd aUo throughout the campaign on the SntI<?J (Medal), incliidii« the battl< 
koDdfee, Peroxeshah, Boddiwol, Aliwal, and Sobraon (stTeroly wounded). ^ ^^ , ,^ , , ., ^. . 

U Lts. Robertson and Noel served throughout tho camp ign on the Sutl^ (Medal), including the ba 
Of Momt^ y, Fwoveshah, Buddiwa<, Aliwal, and Sobraon, and they ware two of four out of thirty offl 
who eecaoHi tteing wounded In the five actions. .... , .... ^ ... 

TSr^STjBtetlleserved throughout the campaign on the Bntle] (Madal), and was P««««»» ^ «'« ,^ttl 
■dttdkea. PeiOMshah. Buddlwal. Aliwal, and Sobraon, at which last he was shot through the shoulder. 

W^Om!!^^^ throughout the campaign on the Sutli^ (Medal), md was present la the baith 
M fefrfn fkiasMhab, Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (wminded). 



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Colonel— Ban. Henry Otway Trevor/ CB. JKrw. 27 Aprfl 93; Ueui. and Capt. 

23 Jane 05; Capt, and Lieid.-CoLi^ Oct. 06; Col. 4 Jtmel4; Mqf^^Gcn. 

10 Jaly 21 ; Lieut,- Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. Slftt Regt. 12 Joly 47. 
Lieut.'Colonel.^jBmea Spence,' CB. J?ia. 26 Not. 08; Xinft. p SO Dee. 10; 

Ca/)^ 10 Feb. 25 ; JBrev.-MqJor, 28 June, 38; ilfq/or, 30 Dee. 43 ; Jkj-CM. 

5 Jan. 46. 
Minors.— Thomas Bulkcley' Lt. 5 May 14 ; Capi. 22 Mar. 40 ; lHqfor^ SI Bee. 46. 
George Staunton, * Ens. p 5 Oct. 26 ; Lieut. P 15 Feb. 31 ; Capt. p B Jnnei 39 ; 

Mqjor, P 28 March, 45^ 



Captains. 
George Francis White* • . 

John Garrock* f. 

Thomas Conyngham Kelly 
David FitzG. Longworth^ 

Frederick Spence 

Robert John Eagar* .... 
James Croft Brooke' .... 
Joseph Greenwood* .... 
Harry Piesley L* Estrange 
Thomas Henry Flasket*. . 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Edward Wm. Bray,* .... 

Robert Iaw»« 

James Peter Robertson " 

Graham Elmslie" 

Poole Gabbett" 

Sidney James Timbrell ** 
Thomas Scarman^* .... 
John Stillman Gould,r.. . 
Arthur Pilkington" .... 
Edward Andrew Noel '*.. 

Robert Mackenzie 

Aug. Samuel Bolton,*^ a^/- 
Henry Prim Button** .. 
Edward B. Stirling Carver 

Ensigns. 
Cha. Jas. Orton Swaffield 

Henry Brcnchley 

Fred. Robinson Bernard 
George Walter Baldwin 

Samuel Christian 

Amyatt Ernie Brown. . . . 
S. Fm. Glossop Bythesea 



ENSXeN. 



27 Jan. 25 

P 4 Sept. 35 

3 Apr. 28 

P 3 May 31 

24 Dec. 20 

11 June 80 

P31 Oct. 81 

P 6 May 36 

P 28 Dec. 38 

P21 Oct. 86 

21 June 39 

8 Feb. 40 

P 29 Oct. 41 

P2d Aug. 30 

P 23 April 42 

27 May 42 

26 Oct. 41 
P 30 Sept. 42 

8 Nov. 42 
p 7 July 43 

27 Dec. 
29 Dee. 

9 Nov. 



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42 

40 
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3 Apr. 28 

31 Dec. 39 

P31 Aug. 30 

P 27 Nov. 35 

P 1 Nov. 31 

P 25 Jan. 33 

2 Sept. 33 

27 Oct. 39 

P 19 Mar. 41 

20 Oct. 30 

21 Jan. 41 

27 July 42 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P24 June 42 

9 Nov. 48 

10 Nov. 43 
5 Uw. 43 

28 June 44 

11 Sept. 45 
P 2 May 46 

19 Dec. 46 

16 Sept. 48 

26 Dec. 46 

P 23 Apr. 47 



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9 Nov. 41 
P 25 Not. 42 

6 May 43 
P25Septd9 

28Jnne44 
P 8 Oct. 44 

31 Mar. 46 

31 Mar. 40 

20 Mar. 46 
Pa3Apr.47 

14 U0«CTiMbrs11«inrfd tk« 
ClUnimlSii ' of lS4ft-0 ■ oa cJm 
Builqj C^cdsl^ sad was pfv- 
sent in tlie battles Of Mood- 
kne, Feroscclish* BoMiwaI, 
AUval» wid SSbnMiK In «hirh 
l»«t be bad bock ^Is tbigb 
bones broken bf (rftpr-tbot. 

I& Lt. Scennaa earrifd ibt 
colovrt «t tbs aoA ia iii« 
seUaaof ]fabMis}pof»»aad «u 
■rounded in |be left l«a by e 
Kr»pc »bot ; •hortly vKerwhicb 
be received « set tfv wo«ad m 
IheleAana. 

1» lloettv Hart served ie tbe 
ctrapeign* of laiO and II in 
the Penlnittls and irea pre*^nl 
At Busaeo, Reiliibn, And Kom- 
baU He aerTtd ale« tbfvar>»- 
oat tbe csiBpaiffa ef 1$4S In 
Afblteiiistan under tiknenl 
Poiloeli, and wee fvcwtnt m 
tbe ncdoM of Maaerna, Te- 



stes. mmI Joirdslhirk ; tbe 
occupation of Caboi*|, and the i^illereiit 
ment» leading to U (medat). 

16 Lieut. Pllkmgtoa wa« prtbeak H 
and Feroseifaah (Meerriy mMiaded). 

:8«uly,37: Lt- 




27 Feb. 46 
S Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

4 Apr. 46 

5 Apr. 46 
20 Mar. 47 
17 Sept. 47 

Paymtuter. — Julius Brockman Travera, 9 May, 45 ; 2ftd 

At^uUtnt.— Lieut. Augustus Samuel Bolton,*' 22 Dec. 46. [8 Apitl 42- 

Quarter-Master. — Samuel Bennison/ 13 July, 41. [Ataikt. 4kVec. 09. 

Surgeon.—}^ Henry Hart/' M.D. 21 Sept. 30; Asriet.^urg.31 Jan. 11; Hoep.-^ 
Assist. 'Surgeon. — Hampden Hugh Masiey, MD. 2S Nov. 44^ 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.. 

[netumedfrom Bengal 6#A Dee. 1846.] 

1 Lleut.-Oen. tbe Hon. H. O. Treror cerrea in Flanden In 1703, 94, and M. and St (Sopebhaieib la ItKC. 
Embarked 9lbt Dec 1806, with tJie first bnttalion of the Ooldtinem Guards for tbe P«ola«iila;,'«brr» be 
■errfd until Mdj 161 1* end asnln, from Majr to Not. 1818 ; eommandMl tbe legl. St tJl e .bairt e of il»U*uKa, 
for which be bai received a m del. 

2 Lt.-Col. Spence waa preMoi with the 8Ut In the action of Stuota, near Genoa, Oil tbe 1Mb ilpHU X^^K 
and in tbe tubtequent attarki upon the citj of Genoa until iU enrreader, as also at Ae sutrcwtfrr if 
Corsica in tbe tame year. In IS 16 bo lerved with the army In Naples. On lbs Ul llsrv*, 1a9&. be «« 
prewent at tbot Ism« BtsAble csia»tropbe, the burning of tbe Ktnt, in thq Day of BiKSj. He nBisiaSJiiliil t*M 
SUt tbrvuffhout tbe campaign on tbe Sutl«^ (Medal^, at the battle* of Moodkee (tooti after Its cooi^iti 
ment), feruiesiwh, Buddiwal. and 411wa1, and the tinx brifsde o€ Sir Barry SmlHi^ divisloa aribw »*tda 
of Sobraon ; and was one of only four officer* out of thirty who escaped bafalg wiwili i la Ml fb>arrb>t. 

a llaior Bulheley was dangeroajily wounded at Moodbce. 

4 Migor SUuntun terved with tbe 1Mb in the campaif n on the Sutl^ (Medal), ai|d was ptssiiit ml 

battle (»f SobraOQ. ... 

6 Capu Wbitr aerred in tbe campaign on the Sotlfl (Medal) with the ai«t, iadodiat *^^^***- 
Moodkce and Feroieabab. Be was aUo at BuddiwaL 

Maior Oarrock aerred at a M^or of Brtgsde in Sir Harry Smith's divMoa tbsoagboat tM S 
^^iBMin (BsdalL and was preaent at tbe battles of Moodkeo, Peroteahsh (bone thol wadrr Ub 
wal iSww and Bobraon, where be was himself sererdy wounded, and Ms horsatlracB te 

7* Major 'Loofrwortb joined tbe 40th early la IH4S at Candahar, and seeompaalsd 
to Peroepore t14 ibe Kbyber Pas*, snd was prcfent at tlie second occnpatloo of « 
(MedalX and also at tbe engsgement of Ooalne. He senred tbe campaign on Ibe BblMf is 
and vas niascnt at Moodbee, Feroieabab, Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobnon, al wftfcb IfeSl IM 
fsglmsat; aad bad bis borss shot. He wss one of only four sAears out of 
woQodsd In all tbe actions. 

17 licot. Boltoo seresd tbe eampalga oa His Sufl^ (MSdsl)< H« aelsd 
■mtth at Moodkos and Feroscsbab, and was Adjntaat of lbs aist at AUwal and Sobiaoa ( _ _ 

18 Lt. Hntloo ssresd Uis campaign OB lbs Biitisi (Medal), and carried tbseobnns sftlM tlsi ki tt» 
«# af<M«4kM maA TifosailMb (wovudsd) ; bs was also prassnt at Buddlwal, AUwal. and 



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t^^S^j '^iVttLB **— " KIVE"— ^' 0?lTttB3 "— " PEjriNSX;LA"— *WATEBLOOJ' 

<:;oi^^«^9 £[ir Joha Buchan,* ^CB. i?nf. 29 Joly^ 95; Zkuf. 21 Oct, 95; 

Ca^^ lA March, 1802; Mq/or, 30 Jane^ 04; Zieut-CoL 80 Mazeb. 09; 

Col. 12 Aug. 19; M(0or,-Qen. 22 July, 30; Lieta.-Oen. 23 N^ov'. 41; 

Co/. a2n(} Regt. 12 June, 43. 

jPieu/.-Co/oneZ*.— Frederick Marktam,' JTiw. P13 May, 24; Zieut.P2fl Oct. 2$; 

Capt, P 16 April, 29 ; Major, P 28 Sept. 39 ; Zieut.-Col P22 July, 42. 
Bichord TyrrcU Hobert Pattpuo,' ^ns, U Jan. 16; Lieut, 10 Aug. 23; Capt. 

2 Sept 34 ; Mqjor, p 8 Feb. 42 ; JLieuf .- CoL 6 Dec. 43. 
If (ty or*.— Henry Vaughan Brooke, s. Ens, p12 July, 27; i^. Pll June, 30 ; 
Ctipi, P 22 May, 35 ; M^far, p 22 July, 42. 

George Browne,^ £ns, 10 June, 13 ; Lieut. 30 Sept. 19 ; Ccqjt, 10 Feb. 32; 
Brevet-Major J 15 June, 88 ; Mqfor, 3 Apr. 46^^ ___^ 



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SNSIGN. 



Ja&i D. Carmiefaael Smyth 

Bdw^ W. D. Lowe 

Jolm PdliDg Pigott .... 
Uiomaa Daniel Kelly .... 
ArtlMir Lowry Balfour . . 
William BeUingham 

LlJBUTXNAHTS* 

Geo.. Sam. Moore 

Charles Thomaa King. . . • 

Frederick Yard ... ^ ... . 

Henry Edwia Weare .... 

Andrew Gram Brine, r . . 

Thomas Maunsell ...... 

Henry John Davies.. .... 

HooatouB Stewart 

Geoi^ JeflfVey * 

Robert Stacy Coils' .... 

William Cumming 

Charles Richardson .... 

James Henry Wemyss .. 

John Moore 

Robert Hedley 

Wm. Airde Birtwhistle . . 

John William Boissier . . 

Samuel Reed 

Charles Clapcott 

IL Edw. JL H. Williams . . 

William Patterson 

. Henry D. O'Callaghaii, t. 
\ EicaiGNS. 

W.Garforth,ad(QMJS8Ja<44) 

Alfred Bassano 

Bowen Van Straubenzee 

John Swinbum 

William Power 



15 July 13 

10 Feb. 32 
P 2 Aug. 33 
P 7 Oct. 86 
P 12 July 39 

20 May 37 
P 15 Feb. 39 

12 April 33 
P 6 Aug. 29 

8 Mar. 30 

9 Feb« 88 
10 July 40 

|Pl2MaT. 41 
29 Oct. 41 
15 April 42 

P27 May 42 

7 April 43 
P 6 May 42 

4 June 39 

14 Feb. 40 

8 Apr. 42 
P 15 Mar. 44 
p 18 May 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P29 Sept. 43 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 31 Dec. 44 

15 June 30 
P 18 Apr. 45 
P 23 May 45 

17 AprU 42 
P 19 Dec. 45 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



20 July 16 1 19 Jan. 39 
9 Feb. 38,P25 Feb. 42 

19 Jan. d9|P29Sept. 43 
P 19 Feb. 41 P 22 Dec 43 

11 May 41 1 P 18 Apr. 45 
P 12 Mar. 41 p 23 Ma; 45 
P28 Jan. 421 p19 Dec. 45 

10 Feb. 38] 3 Apr. 46 
P29Mar. 33;p31 May. 39 



JBdward Chippendale. • . . 

John Birtwhistle 

Samuel Hill Lawrence 






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3 Apr. 46 

4 Apr. 46 

5 Apr. 46 

6 Apr. 
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P 10 Dec. 
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P 25 Feb. 42 

P 25 June 41 

P 27 May 42 

P 22 July 42 

P 22 Dec. 43 

PlSApr. 45 

P23May 46 

P 13 Feb. 46 

p 16 Dec. 45 

18 June 41 

24 Apr. 43 

P 3 May 44 

P 23 Jan. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

26 July 33 

P12 June46 

23 Sept. 47 

14 April 46 

P 10 Dec. 47 



8 Pajmaiter Moore Mnred (b« cimpalipi of 
1814 In Holland,lncluding the action atMJerxcm^ 
and bombardment of Antwerp. Preifeat at 
Waterloo. 



p 29 Jan. 47 



3 LleutipCk)!. Marfthaui wa 
•everely wounded 1q Canada 
23 Nor. 1897. 

4 Major Browne lerted at 
Waterloo on lath and 18tii Jiuie 

A Capt. Gardiner served In 
ibe American war in 1816. 

Lieut. Jeffrey lerved as a 
captain in tlie Anirh>-dpani«h 
Legion, knd was present durinir 
lite operations on the heights of 
Alava on the leth^ 17th, and 
18lh Jan.; in the actions in 
front of San Sebastian on the 
5th Ma* (severely woqnded), 
and liitOct,(severoly woanded), 
1836 i 10th, 12th (Wounded), 
14th, 15(h, ahd leih March. 
16th and 17th Hay, 1837. He 
has receif ed two medals. 

7 Lieut. Colls served with 
tlie 30lh in the battle of Ma-* 
ban^pore, and has received 
the bronze star. 



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12 Dec. 
Paynuuter.—Wi O. Moore,* 19 Oct 26 j JBns, 1 Oct. 12 5 Lieut, 6 Dec. 13. 
Aifutant.^JEru. William Garforth, 3 April, 46. 
Qtuarter'Matter,'-43ieoTge Taylor, 3 April, 46. 
5uryeon.— Charles Scott, M.D. 9 May, 46 ; Aesitt^r-Surif. 7 Kov. 34 
Aitiit.-Surgeons, — Edward Moorhead, M.D. 2 Aug. 42. 

Alexander Peile CahiU, M.D. 3 April, 46. 

John Dunlop, M.D. 3 AprU, 46. 
Facings White— ifflren**, Mesirs. Cox & Co. 
a air J«ha Buchan was actively employed in the Mysoze war, and was present at the battle of MallaveDy 
MHiwnBltoffiaziiigapatam. la 1800 and 1801 he was employed with the Flank CoBapanles of his regimen t 
/«he aid sub)* in *»»« operations against the Southern PoUgars ; on which occasion be relinqnished a staff 
in— ttmi to JolQ Ua company In the field. Subsequently to this he held different detached conasands in 
fitawte* during the Kandlan war. In 1810 he held a command at the attack and eapturo of Guadeloupe. 
0— ijaflfwwds in the Peninsola with the Portuguese army, from 1811 to the rod of the war» including 
tiM battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes and Toulouse. Sir John has f •»/« a * -' 
fhrt^WMlwil TT^ - cross and ona clasp for Ouadaloupe, Yittorla, Pyrenees, NiTelle, and NiTe. 
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B Wi Henry D'Oyly,* Bn$. 2 Aug. 97 j Li. it Capt. 26 Nov. 99 ; M^9r^ 4 
June, 11 ; Capt, ic Lieut.-Col 27 May 13 ; Col. 12 Feb. 30 | JC^or-Gcn. 
28 June, 38 ; Col. 3drd Foot, 28 Sept. 47. 

Lieuienani' CoUmeU 
George Whannell,* En$. 1 Mar. 11 j Liewt. 16 Mar. 14; Cap*. 3 Not.85; Brtft.^ 
Mcfi^i 28 June 38 ) Mqjof^ 22 July, 41 ; JLt.^CoU 14 .^irU, 43. 

Mqjort. 
Thomas Jamea Galloway, Ens. p 13 Sept. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June 25 ; Capt. »27 Dec. 

87 ; Brev.-Mqj. 23 Not. 41 ; Mqjor, 14 June, 42. 
Frederick Rodolph Blake, Ens. p30 June, 25 ; Lieut. P 14 Aug. 87 ; Cmpt. • 25 
Aug. 31 ; M<yor, 14 April, 43. 
















12 





10 





9 





8 





8 





8 





8 





7 





6 





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6 





6 





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Captains. 
John Douglas Johnstone 
Thoa. Bunbury Gough 
Henry Wm. Bunbury 

Warren Maude 

J6hn WiUiamsony «. . . 
George V. Muady .... 

George Ersklne 

Edward Augustus Mllman 
Edward Winnington . . . 
Chas. P.B.Walker ... 

LlEUTEMAMTS. 

Charles Mills, adijutani 
Bobert Gregory Wale . 

John E. Collings 

Edw. Westby Donoran 
William Pretyman, </. a4. 
Henry Ulick Burke . . 
Henry Charles Fitzgerald 
John Bd.Taubman Quayle 
Richard Lacy, d. pm. . . . 
George Henry Caaalet .. 
Henry Disney Ellis .... 
Wm. Mortimer Peohell . . 

Thomas Wickbam 

Emsionb. 
Wm. Roberts Williamson 

Nathaniel Kemp 

Francis Bennett 

J. Cochrane 

Basil Fanshawe 

Frederic Smith Vacber . . 
Charles Carter Barrett . . 
Prank Corbctt 



EN8I»N. 



LXECT. 



P 16 Aug. 27 
P 87 Deo. 27 
p 29 June 30 
p20Mar. 29 
p30Dtc. 26 
never 
17 ADg.3» 
P 27 Nov. 35 
P 22 Jan. 30 
P27 Fab. 30 

p 3J«ne36 
30 Oqt. 38 
81 June 39 

10 Jan. 40 
P 8 May 40 
P 17 July 40 
P 25 Sept. 40 
P 7 Sept. 41 

1 1 Mar. 42 
86 Nov. 41 
14 June 48 

P 5 Aug. 42 
P 85 Oct. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



16 Mar. 30 
P 25 Jan. 31 
P 30 Aug. 33 
P 13 April 32 
P 16 July 30 

87 Feb. 35 

P 3 June 36 

P28 Dec. 88 

4 Jan. 39 

. 81 June 99 

P258ept40 

87 Aug. 41 

82 Jan. 48 

14 June 48 

P 5 Aug. 48 

PSOAag.48 

9 Oct. 42 

7 Nov. 43 
P 87 Sept. 44 
P80Aiig. 44 
P 31 Jan. 45 

8 Dec. 46 
P88Dec 46 



P 19 Oct. 98 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P 18 Aug. 38 
P25Se|^40 

90 Oct. 40 
P 1 Ukj 40 

14 April 43 
P87 Sept. 44 
p 91 JW4 46 
P82Dao. 46 



BRBV.-ICAJ. 






P 5 Dec. 43 
P87SepC44 
P 31 Jan. 46 
13 Apr. 46 
PUApr. 46 
8 Dee. 46 
P88 Jan. 47 



P90Mar. 47 

Paymaster.^VAtxick M'Grath, 4 Oct. 81 ; J5^. 7 Feb. 11; Litut. 14 Jan. 19. 
A^'utant.-^Lieut. Charles Mills, 19 May, 43. 
Quarter^Matter.^^oaeph Jones, 86 Oct. 48. 
Surgeon. — James Townsend Oswald Johnston, M.D., 89 Dee. 46 ; AttiMi.^Smrf. 

3 Aug. 38 
Asnst.'Surgt&ru.'-^taneB Carroll Dempster^ M.D. 89 Dec. 40. 

F&eingi Red. — Agente, Messrs. Cox Ac Co. 



1 M^or-OtMnl D'Ofly mtvmI ta tb« w p< % a In North Holland, te ITSS. uid«r ilr aalpk AbtfCVMabfv mA 
of York, mA «m tskra priMMt ta tbm acdmi of <he IMi S»pt. ffo lerrfd with the anny Ib tlir North of S^sla 
J«l» llo«w.Sn 18DS-St m4 wwal Ibctanto af Oorana. AfMnpurtcd Uw ctpctfltloB to WaleHvm ta IMS. 
Cadla dnriBff tb» •icfc in 1811 aad It. ondcr Lord Lrnedoeh. taA Sir 0«orfe Cookt. to whom \» »« Ald>-S> r— | 
BMI hoaar with deapatchM, aanovarlnf ib» taiiimr oftb* tli^c la 1811. S^rv^ alao hi naadvra, aadcr Lard Ly 
ISU ; aad nilMrqoeiitty with lh« •mij muimt tha D«'<o of WrlUaftoa ta PUadan aad PraoM, aad waa 
tha haMb of Waterloo. 



t Ua«t.«Co1oarl Whaaaatl wrrad tbp campalgni of tSlS aad 14 ta 
loaahardawal oTlhr Praach Saat al Aatvatp, aad the altaek en 
184 



Oenuaj aad RolUad. tacladlag fkm 



Emb.fer1Weifa 



3 Uth {The CmBberlmd) lUgt. vf Foot [ *j;J j^V!irf!"ri.] ^ ^ 



"ALBUHERA"—" ARROYO DOS MOLINOS*'— "VITTORIA"— «PYRENEBS"— 
«NIVELLE"— "NIVE"— ** 0RTHE8"— " PENINSULA." 



r«ira* 



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CeUmeU 

9 5lr Thomas Hakdougall BriBbane,* Bart, GCB. GCIL JBnt, 10 Jan. 1782; 
Lieut, ao July, 91; Capi, 12 April, 93; Ifq/or, 5 Aug. 95; Lieut,-Col, 4 
April, 1800; Co2. 25 July, 10; Mqjar,'Qen. 4 June, 13; Xieic^.-Oen. 87 May, 
25; Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; CoL a4th Regt. 16 Dec. 20. 

lAeutenant^ColoneU 
Henry Deedea. Hw. p23 Dec. 19 ; Ueut, 2 Oct. 28; Copt, »19 Nor. 25; Mt^^ 
P23 Felk 38 ; Lieut.-Col. 12 Feb. 47. 

itfityOTf. 

Nicholas R. Brown, JBm» 22 Mar. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June 25 ; Copt. 2 May, 37 ; 

JII(9'or,28Mar.45. 
Joseph Henry Mathews, Eru. p4 Mar. 26; Lieut. P21 Feb. 34 ; Capt. p4 Aug. $7 ; 

3f<y<w, P 12 Feb. 47. 



CAPTAXira. 

Richard D. KeUy 

Arthur Cyril Qoodenough 

Frederick H. Lang 

John Simpsott* 

Edw. Plan. Airey Tklbot 

John QwJlt 

Charles F. Herre^ . • • . 
Robert Christopher Packe 

James Maxwell 

AJez. John H. Lamsden. . 

LlEUTBNANTa. 

Thomas Bourke 

Fra. Chas. Harvey, #..... 
Henry Hugh OxJey . • . . 
Wm. Leopold Talbot. . . . 
Edw. Fred. Agnew, d. mty. 
Edward WUmot SitwaU 
Cha. Wm. Goldf. Burrill 
Charles Wilson Randolph 
Douglas Mnnro Fyie. . . . 
Sir Geo.H.8.Douglas,llf. 
M. Ganssen Best, luf;'. . . 

William Warry 

John Robinson , d. pm, . . 

Eksionb. 
Henry Townley Parker . . 

Joseph Jordan 

Thomas Lyons Faunt . • . . 

WUliam Scott 

Edmund Probyn 

Charies Thorold 

Henry Edward Bale .... 
John Peel 



ENSIGN. 



7 Mar. 84 
P 8April84 
11 July 84 
PIS Mar. 86 
PdOJuly 86 
P25 Not. 86 

2 Not. 82 
P 1 June 41 
p 24 Sept. 41 
P 3 May 83 

P 9 May 84 

PB9Sept.87 
P 15 Oct. 41 
P20May 42 
21 May 42 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 3 Feb. 43 
P 10 Feb. 48 
Pl3 0et. 43 
P 3 Not. 43 
P 12 Dec. 48 
p 26 Jan. 44 
P 22 Mar. 44 

P 80 July 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
4 April 46 
Pll Nov. 46 
P 10 May 46 
P21 July 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 22 June 47 



LIEUT. I CAPTAiy. 



P30 July 86 
P25 Not. 86 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P 8 Not. 87 
P 1 June 88 
P 10 Aug. 88 
P30Dec. 84 
p 3 Feb. 43 
Pl3 0ct. 48 
PlODec. 84 

2 May 87 

PIMSept.41 
P 12 Dee. 48 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P22Mar.44 
P30Juty 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
23 Mar. 45 
Pll Nov. 46 
P 19 May 46 
P21 July 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 22 June 47 



P24 8ept. 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P 18 Dec. 42 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P 80 July 44 
P 14 Feb. 46 
28 Mar. 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P22June47 
P 10 July 461 



BRET.-MAJ* 



I 



Paymaitef,'-ChAB. Boyse Roche, 30 Nov.38; J?iM.Xd Jan. 28; Lieut. 21 JoneySS. 
A4futant. — Lieut. Mawdistly Gaussen Best, 18 S^t. 40. 



Quarter^Moiter. — ^Thomas Williamson, 22 Nov. 44« 

m *% #iBy^%»» %*_f_- %* T% <W\ T^ — -. e%0^ A • j^ 



5ur^«oyi.— William Bahi, M.D. 29 Dec. 37 ; AuUt.-Surg. SO June, 25; Hotp," 
Astitt. 24 June, 15. 
6 Aetitt.'Surgeane. — Robert Winchester Fraser, 15 April, 42. 
3 Deodatus William Eaton, 24 Oct. 45 

Faeinffs Yellow. — Agentt, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irith Agenti^ Messrs. Cane it Co. 
1 Sir Tbomu Bmt»n« Joined the Duke of York's uiny in the beginning of the war, and was pretent in 
•rzTj sfltlOB ttcept that of the 32nd May M, when he wai eonAned from a wound reeeived 1b the aetlon 
of tte'lftlh of (be lame month. He waa subsequent] j present at the taking of various islands, forts, 4ce. Id 
the Wsal Indies. Sir Thomas has received a croes and one clasp for Vlttoria, Pyrenees, NiveUe, Orthes, and 
Tonhwes^ whsia ht was wounded. 



.Vl 



WS?S;. wS."?S7.] 35t* (Ay*/ 5ti««r) Reffiment of Foot.^^'"^'^''*'''^ 



tAj0ntj, 



fflan* Serr. 




" MAlDA." 



S3 



Co/one/. 
9 aSi <Str Qeorge Henry Fred. Berkeley/ KCB. Cornet^ 21 Jan. 08 ; ^te«#* 87 
Aug. 03; Capt. 1 May, 06; Ift^'or, 26 Jan. 08; Lieut ^Col, 18 June, 11; 
CU. 27 May,26 ; Mf^,'Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt,-Qen. 9 Nor. 46; Co/. 05th Begt. 
11 July, 46. 

Lieut»-Col(meU 

Benjamin Francis Dalton Wilson, Ens. P27 Ang. 26; Lieut. PIO Jiuie» 96; 
Capt. P20 April, 32 ; Mqjor, Pl7 June, 36; Lund.'€oL P15 Dec. 40. 

Mqjcrt. 
Aralander Tennant,* Ens. p20 Oct. 0$ ; Litut. 10 Jane, IS ; Capt. P 10 Jane, « ; 

Afqj<n;^l Ang. 34; Brei^ Lt.-Col. Nov. 46. 
George Deedes, JFn*. p2 Sept. 24; Lieut, p 17 Sept. 26; Ce^i p la Aug. 29 ; 
Jlf<yor, P 12 June, 4(). 



Captain A. 

John Rowley Hcyland . . 
J. H. Oakea Moore .... 
James Fraser. <....«.... 
Edward H. Hutchinson.. 

James Tedlie 

Henry Cooper^ t . . . . 

Charles Beamish 

Frederick English 

Thcophilus Paris 

George Bayly 

Lieutenants. 
Oliver Nicolls Chatterton 
Geo. Granville Baker. . . . 

Thomas Teulon 

John A. Ewart 

Wm. Thomas Harris .... 
Robert Henry Price .... 
Archibald Tisdall, d. ad. 
Fred. George Elkington . . 
William Ranby Guate .. 
Edward Bowen Cooke . . 
Henry S. Bowman, adj' 
M. VillienSankey Morton 
Augustus William Ord • . 

Ensigns. 
Charles Miller Layton . . 
James BIckerstaff ....... 

Samuel Fritche Blyth . . 

James Spratt 

Henry Francis Quill . . . . 
Francis Lloyd Digby . . . . 
Richard Lane Warren . . 
Henry Edward Moore . . 



£Nsi(;n. 



LIEUT. 



8 Jan. 24 

26 Oct. 27 

P 6 April 31 

p 20 Mar. 27 

P 10 May 25 

3 Oct. 05 

P2GApr. 31 

P22 Mar. 33 

P 6 Apr. 26 

10 Feb. 26 

P26July 33 
P 1 Aug. 34 
P 29 Dec. 87 

27 July 38 
P27Sept. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 

26 June 40 
p 4 Sept. 40 

16 April 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 

13 Oct. 43 
P 3 May 44 
P 20 Sept. 44 



p 7 Jan. 26 
P26Apr. 31 
p I Aug. 34 
PlOSept.29 
P 6 June 27 

18 June 07 
P20 Mar. 36 
P17 Jttne86 
P 26 Aug. 29 

17 Apr. 30 

P 6 Aug. 36 

23 July 38 

P 16 Dee. 40 

16 April 42 

P 7 July 43 

p 3 May 44 

P20Sept.44 

P 31 Dec. 44 

29 May 46 

8 May 46 

1 Apr. 47 

P 2 Apr. 47 

P 6 Aug. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 Apr* 31 

P31 Dec. 33 

p 17 Jane 36 

P 8 June 38 

23 July 38 

26 Mar. 13 

P 31 Dec. 30 

P 16 Dec. 40 

29 May 46 

8 May 46 



BREV.^MAJ. 



9Nov» 46 
9 Nor, 46 
9 Not. 46 



10 Jan. 37 



P 6 Dec. 44 

Pll Nov. 46 

28 Apr. 46 

8 May 46 

9 May 46 
p 9 June 46 

10 July 46 
P 3 Sept. 47 



9 Lt.-Ool.T«iiBaiit Mrrffd at 
Ui« sie^e of Fluiliiag, la IWNI. 

4 Ifaior Goofer wmnmA ai 
Walcherea in 1800, and iiil w a 
qucntlj In the Ainerleaa War. 



6 Doctor FAlrbaira Mrred with tha 4Ut 
throngiiout the campatgn of 184a ta Atf- 
ghatiktan, aad waa iMvaDt at tka cafafa- 

Dumti on the 88ch llai«h and SBth April faa 
the Piftheen Valley ; In thoie Mar C" 
dahar, at Ooaine, and before Ghaaea ; 
cupation and dettnietloa of that foi 
and of Cabool; expedition into 10 
•tonn, capture, end de«tnjcdoBofJe(MUCMd 
the reriou* miuor affkirt In and " 
Bolan and the Khyber 



Paymaster.^Vfm. Shearman, 31 Jan. 46 ; 2if £/. p 21 Apr. 37 ; Lt. 5 May, 42. 

Adjutant.— Lieut, H. Samuel Bowman, 13 Oct. 43. 

Quarter-Master. — George Cole, 15 Dec. 40. 

5ur^«m.— James Walker Chamber*, M.D., 6 Aug. 47 : ^«firf.-5itfy. 4 Oct 39. 

Assistant' Surgeons. — ^Wm. Angustua Ueise, M.D. 18 Oct. 39. 

Wmiam Home Falrhaim,^ M.D., 11 June, 41. 
Facings B\viQ4 — Jyenii, Messra. Cox k, Co. 

1 Sir George Berkeley ierTed In Eicypt »n 1 W7, and wai preeent at tha lakiag of Alesaadria. In 1 W ha 
WM aaDolntMl A»i»l*nt Adjutant-General to the army bi Portugal, and waa preMnt In the acttooa or taa 
10th. nth, and »ih May, 1800. pasMge of the Doaro, battle* of TalaTera, Buaaco. Fuentca JTOoor. gaga of 
BadaJof in 1811, alio iU aubaequeot aiege, atorm, and capture; battle of Salamanca, apturt f *— " ^ 
aiege of Bursoa. aeUon at VUla Muiicl, battle of VUtoria. si^p and ^P^^,''^^^,i^;S^:*^SS^ !f 
the BidaMoa, batilea of the Nlrelle and Kite, Served alao the campaign of 1814, inclading tha h«Ua af 
Waterloo, at which ha waa aarvrely wouaded. Sir George has racetred a vnm and thrra daapa. 

186 



i^j^fSi,] S6th {The Herefordshire) Sefft. of Foot [gSlSfeJlSSkioni..] 187 

" Plrm."— " HINDOOSTAN"— " ROLEIA"— " VIMIERA"— " CORUNNA"— •* 8ALA. 
frw.'Sefr MANCA"— « PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " NIVE"— " ORTHES"— 
'^nnnzvrm^r -. »- . - " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 

Tffk'Hin CfiUmet-fMf^ lto|{cr' Hale Bti^f^^yBatt. Sm.^1 liay, 1778; ZUhU 27 Dec. 
80; Capt. 6 May, 05; Af^yVr, 13 Dec. 07; Zieut.-CoL 22 March, 98; Co/. 
25 AprU 1808; M^jar-Gefi, 4 June, 11; LieuLQen, 19 July, 21 ; General, 

^ . ^ 28 June, 38; Co/. 36 Regrt.^lDec. 29. 

99' \2A' Xd»i#.-€Wkm«/t.^Charie8 Aahmore, Ji?n«. 26 Bee. 13; LIgui. 13 April, 20; 
' f CaM. P 19 Aa^. 28 : Maior. P 15 Bee. 40 : Lient.-CoL 22 Mav. 45. 

' 23 Aug. 31 ; 



Ca^. 9 19 Aug. 28 ; Miyar, p 15 Bee. 40 ; Lieut.-CoL 22 May, 45. 

2i^ V'^fwCiiapte8a>ollope, JS^.P19Nov.26;Xrtetf^.Pl0Oct.26; Cape. P23 

Afq/or, P16 June, 43 ; LU-CoU 20 Hon, 46. 

Ar<7;ar«.— Edward R. King*, 2fuf Zieuf. 16 Feb. 26; Lieut, 31 July, 28; Ca}?^ 

p 4 B6C. 32 ; Mt^ar, 22 May 45. [20 Not. 46. 

y. Lorenio Rofihe, Bn». pe Mar. 28 ; LU P21 Aug. 35 ; Capt, p2 April, 41 ; Mqjar^ 



22 



20 
23 

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12 

\\ 

IS 

11 
13 

11 



9 

7 

7 

6 

5 

5 

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4 

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3 

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2 

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2 

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28 



•0 



. Captaiks* 

r. John Maule. .»«•••••« 

A4i KoiwTtStuark Ridge* 

r. James Nugent 

Tho.BIatbi8ALuzWegnelin 

O Edward Charle» Butler. . 

*0 t, WtUlata WaM Abbott 

r*Johi>Pffttt 

*0 John Fleury 

r. Charlea Wilson Garden 

Arthur Kinlooh 

r.ArChiirOaslowCrelghton 

Robert Hallowell Carew 

LlBT^TBMANTS. 

Henry W. Palmer 

Henry Arch. Cubitt, adj. 

r. Richard Lloyd 

r. John Arthur Brockman 

r. Wm. Ryland Rainsford 

Frederick Paldaer 

r. Roger Bamiton, «€^'. . . 

Wm. Hamilton Fortescue 

Geo. Rob. Jas. Marshall 

r. BanielTom ........ 

' Oeo. L. Rawdon Berkeley 

rH.R.Salu8buryTrelawny 

Cecil Rivers 

r. Hercules Ellis. 

JohnRotton \^ 

John Shaw Kennedy . . . 

Ensigns. 

Henry Keane Grant .... 

Charles Hallowell Carew 

Thomas Morgan 

Chas. James Hale Monro 

Wm.Hy.AclaudDashwood 

.»"• Bernard Robert Shaw 

Q r. John Edmund Harvey 

r. Thomas Rice 

Richard Harbord 

r.'GeergeMassey RobbiBs 

16A 



ENHION. 



LIKTT. 



9 ApiU 25 |p 80 Aug. 20 



ic 



•7* 
5 

13 
2 

26 

.1^ lb 

•4<4k»3 



8 Sept. 14 
P15 April 36 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P24Mar. 87 
P 8 June 30 
P 16 July 30 
P 20 Oct. 37 
24 July 35 
15 Dec. 40 
P 28 Nov. 37 

11 Jan. 39 

12 Mar. 41 
P 2 AprU 41 

20 May 42 

P 6 Jan. 43 

P 16 June 43 

7 July 43 

P 2 Feb. 44 

23 Sept. 43 

p 7 June 44 

P 31 Jan. 45 

P 4 July 45 

P20May 42 

2 Apr. 40 

7 Jan. 43 

7 Feb. 45 

P 3 Apr. 46 

28 Apr. 46 

26 June 46 

26 June 46 

26 June 46 

P 10 July 46 

P 14 Aug. 46 

P 25 Aug. 46 

P 22 Dec. 46 



C APTAIN. 



30 Oct. 40 

29 Sept. 37 
P 22 Sept. 43 
P 29 Dec. 43 
P23 Aug. 44 
P31 Jan. 45 

22 May 45 

3 Apr. 46 

P 3 Apr. 46 

26 June 46 
P 25 July 45 

20 Not. 46 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 Dee. 21 
11 Jan. 30 

P 28 June 39 
p 5 Mar. 41 
P 2 April 41 

8 June 35 
P 6 May 36 

IDec. 41 
P 28 Nov. 37 

15 April 42 
P 13 May 42 

P 22 July 42 
21 Sept. 43 
P 22 Sept. 43 
P 7 Jvne 44 
P 31 Jan. 45 

16 Feb. 46 
3 Apr. 46 

P 21 Apr. 46 

26 June 46 

26 June 46 

P26 Aug. 46 

P 22 Dec. 40 

29 Dec. 46 
8 Jan. 47 

P 22 Jan. 47 
P 6 Nov. 47 



2 Captain R. 8. Ridgo terved th* Mabratta 
and PixidaiTM campaign* of 1817 and la^ and 
afterwards with the expedition to the Ptnlan 
Gulf, Including the siege of Rae-el-Kyina. 

a Doctor Jopp sefTed with the Queen's Rot- 
als during tt<e campaign of 1844-45 io the 
Southern Ooncan and Sawant IVarree coontry, 
including the storming of several stockadeit and 
the investment and capture of the Foils of 
Monohur and If unsuntoeh. 



..^vw.-.^- , ' 2 Apr. 47 

Paj^ifMMfer.— Humphrey Hen. Garmichael, 24 Feb. 14 i Ens, 24 Sept. 03 ; ZUui, 

27 Nov. 06; Capt, 31 Dec. 12. 
A^anUr^Ueut. H. A. Cubitt, 23 June, 43. 

r. JAetU, Roger Bamaton, 20 Nov. 46. 
Quarfcr-3toe«r«.--William Stuart, 10 July, 35. 

r. PaUiek Owens, 20 Nov. 46. 
SMrg^wf^— John James Russell, M.D. 11 June, 41 ; AuUt.-Surg, 25 April, 26 j 
£ro#p.-ilMi«M6 June,25. «^ ^ 

r. James Jopp,» M.D. 1 Jan. 47 j Assiit.'Swg,. 22 Feb. 39. 
Jsmi*^SuTgeon8,—yi\\Y\Bm Mills Dowding, 9 May, 45. 

r, Francis Smith, 1 Jan. 47. 
lPtojtJW»GraB80teen.---Ap»»*#,Mes8r8.Price&Boustead. 
1 Sir Roger Sheaffe served in HolUnd in 17W ; and in the expedition to the Baltic, InlMl* « J2!'iSl 
Hyde pSkS^and Lord Nelson. The Americans having invaded Upper Canada •» <i«««S»«J*n J» «*•• JJ*^ 
oJu 18li and™ nVral Brock, commanding in the province, having fallen in a gallant effort with wjhiad^- 
^xTtwiM^^WO^^y^^m^ ihey posted themseWei on a woody height above Quewistown. MWor^neral 
ShUiLSJwhS the oomiand dEvolved, assembled aome regular troops and miUlia. 'rith » fti'ir Indiana. 
SSrSSimS da? attacked and completely defeated them, their ^^;X^^'!^^:^^ ^^^^S^"^^^, 
mrdto Midor-General Shealfc, and surrenderinj: hi* •urvivlng troops jV^^i* battto-thelf Bumber 














188 



37M {The Narih Hamp^rre) Regt. ^ FoaL r*^X*!^£^^ 

_ L Depot at Ohiliiiw 



" MINDBN"— ^* TOURNAY"— " PBNINSULA/ 



YeMi'BtfrT. 




24 



22 
21 



19 



13 





12 





11 





11 





10 





11 





10 





10 





10 





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6 





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6 





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23 





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Colontl* 
Han. Sir Alexander DuiS; * OCH. JEnii, 23 May, 1703 ; Lieut. 16 Jan. 04 ', 

Capt. 16 Jan. 94; M<^or, 2d Mar. 94 ; LUut^-CoL U April, 96; CoL^ 

April, 1808; Mqjar-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; LmU.-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Chn* 2» 

June, 38 ; Col. 37 th Regt. 20 July, 31. 
Lieut. 'CoUmeU.— Hon. George Augustus Spencer, Ens. «» 12 Feb. 24 ; lAtut. H6 

June, 25; CapU p 19 Dec. 26 j Jtfiyor, 17 Aug. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. P20 lJe«. 44* 
Francis Skelly, En$. P 6 July, 26; Xteit^. 18 Sept. 28; Capt. p21 Sept a2; 

Mqjcr, P2 July, 41 ; Lieut.^Col. 3 Sept 47. 
Mqjort.-'QiXbert Wm. Francklyn, JEns. p30 April, 27; Utut. 23 Not. 30; 

Capt. P9 Dec 36; Mqjor, P27 Aug. 41. 
Franklin Luahington,* C.B. Em.p 16 July, 29; Lieut. 10 Oct. 33; Cupt. 

P30 Oct. 38 ; Brev.'Mf^or, 23 Dec. 42 ; Major , p 6 Nov. 47. 



Captaiks. 

John Owen Lewis 

Eliott Thomas Seward . . 

WillUm Hamilton 

Edward D. Atkinson. . . . 
John Htmter Mushet . . 
Arthur M. Alex. Bowers 
Henry John Cnrtels .... 
Herbert Russell Manners 

Henry B. Phipps* 

W.MacdonaldQ.jf.l6NoT^ 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Robert Prescott Harrison 
Raymond Richard Pelly 

John Clntterbttck 

Joseph Jones, adjutant. . 
Wm. Joseph Bazalgette . . 
Charles Luxmoore ...... 

James Henry Wyatt .... 

ThomasM ichaelson Machel 
Edward Joseph N. Burton 
John Leversage George.. 



BNSIOi^. 



p 11 July 86 

p 9 Dec. 36 

26 May 37 

P 6 Oct. 37 

P 19 Oct.. 36 

P 29 Dec. 37 

P 6April38 

28 Aug. 38 

17 Aug. 88 

23 Aug. 27 

P28July 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P 29 Oct. 41 
7 Jan. 42 
P17 June42 
P 17 Nov. 48 
P20Sept.44 
P 4 April 46 
P 13 June 46 
P 4 July 46 

G. D. DUloB PiUdngton p 30 Dec. 46 

Henry Thomas^ 11 Apr. 42 

Robt Gordon Cumming* 22 July 42 
EirsiONS. 

Charles Samuel Blois. . . . 

Thomas Jackson 

Francis Stead 

John Grattan Anderson . . 

Joseph Hobson 

Wm. Pole Collingwood . . 

Francis Hubble Douc« . . IP 9 Apr. 47 



LIEUT. I CAPT AIM. 



9 July 38 

P 16 Feb. 39 

P 21 June 39 

P 28 July 40 

P21 Feb. 40 

P 2 July 41 

P27 Aug. 41 

7 Jan. 42 

31 Oct. 40 

13 Jan. 34 

Pl7 June42 

20 May 44 

P 4 July 46 

29 Dec. 46 

P 30 Dec. 46 

P 1 May 46 

P26 Juiie46 

P 2 Oct. 46 

P20Nor. 46 

P 2 Mar. 47 

P 20 July 47 

22 Dec. 46 

22 Dec. 46 



P 20 Feb. 46 
P 1 Max 40 
P 26 Aug. 46 
31 July 46 
P20 Nor. 46 
P 23 Mar. 47 
OApr. 



P29 0ct. 41 
P17 Jnne42 
P 4 July 46 
p20Feb. 46 
P t May 46 
P26 June 4a 
P 2 Get 46 
13 Nov. 46 
p 2Mar.-47 
3 De<;. 47 



BBKT.-MAJ. 



George Fead Lamert . .( 17 Oct. 46 

Paymaster.—y^m. Geo. Mensies CUbbom, 22 July, 42; MnM. 17 Kov. 27. 
A4Jutant.^Lufut. Jof«pt^ Jones, 2 April, 42. [JUmL 90 April, 4l\ 

Quarter-Master. — Richard Hamilton, 2 Nov. 37. 

5«ri^---Alex. Browne, M.D. 22 Nov. 39; A$ri$i.^Surg. 3 Attg. 26; A».. 
Aseut. 16 June, 26. » -o ^ ^ 

il«ri««afif-^r^epii#.— Alexander Forteath, M.D. 10 Feb. 43. 

James W^iliiam Fleming, 27 Oct 46. 

Faeingi Yellow.— J^eni, Charles B. M'Gr^r, Esq 

^ S* ^:P'*'^'?,*SJf**^*?*" j secompamnl the •upedittoo from tte EMtbidIss to Bntt. vIhm km 
•«nred iioUl Um PMC* of 1808. Sir Alei. comoMiHied the eentra eolunui in th* Mtaekma £mm Am. 

t Cairtala Phippi wrrcd wlib ite Mill In ChlMTjlledal). iw-rrtymn^A 

oiMiSi?SSSi3SLfs2r£^ 

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■ VlTTOMA"— •• Bl. SSBAtTXAV*'— ** NiVB'—*' PbHIHSDI^"— " A?A." 

Colonel, 
9 ITofi. Hugh Artmthnott/ CB. Em. 18 May, B(l; X«. 16 Sept. 06; Capt. 
20 Mftrch, 90; Jtf^/or, 28 Not. 04; £4.- Col. 9 May, 11 ; CoL 19 July, 21 ; 
Mqjor-GeH. 22 July^ 30; Lt.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Col. 38th Regt. 4 ^prU 48. 

5<rr JoMk Campbell,* Bar^ JSnf. 86 Nov. 21 ; xiiait. 1 July, 24 ; Copt, p 11 July, 

26; M^for, p29 Dee. a? ; Lieui.-Col. p? Aug. 40. 
Mqjor$, — John Jackson Lowth', En9, 3 July^ 24 ; Liiut, 11 Sept. 26 ; Capt, 

P28 Mar. 82 ; Mqjor^ v is June, 40. 
John Campbell, JSns, 30 Mareh, 16; LietU, Pll Jan. 21 ; Capt. p26 May 26; 

Mq^, P 16 June, 32 ; Brevet Lt.'CoL 9 Nor. 46. 












































Captains. 

Jamea Pattoun Sparks 

Robert Carr 

Jos. Samuel Adamson . . 

Charles Irrine 

John Gage I^ecky 

John W. 8. Smith 

Frederick Tudor* 

Valenthie Fred. Story . . 

ThoBiaa Southall" 

Rob.8herbpanie Mumy 

1JBCITBNAKT0. 

llionaa Anderson, d. pm. 

Cockayne Frith, a^' 

Robert Charles Sinclair. . 
John Robert Jackson. . . . 

Wm. James Loftus 

Robert Scott 

Arthur Layard 

James Jarris 

Henry Holden 

Edw. Thos. Gloster, d. ad, 
Gustavus Hume ........ 

Frederick Hngonin . • . . 

Samuel Hackett. • 

BirsioNa. 
Fiennes Arthur Quartley 

Geoige Green 

Cha. F. Torrens Daniell 

Henry Fisher 

Lndford Harvey Daniel . . 
Charles Edward Johns . . 
Charles Wm. Watklns . . 
Horatio Page Vance 



BW8ION. 

27 July 16 
P OAprine 
P 16 Mar. 31 

9 April 26 
P 22 April 26 

3 Feb. 32 

26 Nov. 21 

P25 Nov. 36 

2 Dec. 26 
P 21 June 27 

16 Hay 34 

22 Aug. 37 
P 28 Aug. 37 

11 May 38 
P 9 Nov. 38 

31 May 39 
P 1 Mar. 30 
P 21 Sept. 89 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P 13 May 42 
P 30 May 48 
P 21 July 43 
P 20 Oct. 43 

6 Dec. 48 

22 Mar. 44 

8 Jan. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

P 9 June 46 

P26 June46 

P 16 Oct 47 



T«IEUT. 



30 July 18 

29 Dec. 23 
P 27 Sept. 33 
P 17 May 27 
P 26 Mar. 29 

4 Aug. 37 
18 Sept. 24 

30 Oct. 40 
26 Sept. 28 

P 29 Mar. 33 

P 29 Dec 37 
P 4 May 39 
P 21 Sept. 39 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P 8 Nov. 42 
P 14 Apr. 43 
P29 Dec. 40 
P 6Dgc 43 
22 Mar. 44 
8 Jan. 46 
P 9 June 46 
P 26 June 46 
P 3 Dec. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



6 Sept. 26 

11 Dec. 31 

P 1 Dec. 37 

p 4 May 39 

P 10 April 40 

P 7 Aug. 40 

29 Sept. 40 

P26May 44 

3 Jan. 46 

P 19 June 36 



BREV.-HAJ. 

> ■ > 

28 Nov. 41 
9 Not. 41 



9 Nov. 4C 



fl Sir John CSampbell ienr«d, 
tbroQglioot Ihe IBarmeM war^' 
from ]6Ui Apiil, 1014 «o lU- 
conduilon In Feb. 18t0, M< 
r\lde-de-cAmp to Sir Arebibald 
Campbell. 

a M^or Lowth Mrred witb 
the 86th In the Burmese war, 
and was pre«ent at the sfihin 
uf Sembike and Nepsdie, and 
attack snd eaptnre of AleUoon 
and of Ps^iaai Heir. 



6 Captain Tudor Mnrad tbrongb^ut the Bur- 
meee war. 

Captain Sotithall venred la the Burmcie 
war tmm Nov. 1885, to ito conclurioo In 1898. 



P 3 Dec. 47 
Paynuuier,—y^m, F. Vernon, 9 July, 30; Em. 1 June, 26; Lieut, 6 July, 27. 
A4jutant.^Liewt, C. Frith, 17 Not. 40. 
Quarfer-lfoffer.— James Twibill, 8 May, 40; Em. 7 May, 40. 
Sur^etm.— Frederick Foaker, 23 March 47 ; As$ist.*Surg. 19 Oct 88. 
Ataigt.'Swrgeom. — Edward Le Blanc, 24 May, 41. 

Robert Browne, 1 March, 44. 
Paeinge Yellow. — Agents, Cox & Co. — Irith Agents, Messrs. Cane Sl Co* 
Lleat.-Oeneral the Honourable H«|b Arbuthnott aerred with the 4Qth at the Helder. In 1799; alfo on 
the «i9«dttiaa to the Bsltic, and battle of Gopenhaf en, in 1801. In July 1807, emberked with the expe- 
dition to Zealand, and was present at the tiege and capture of Copenhagen. Accompanied the expedition to 
Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, and wee present at the battle of 
Conuma. Serred also la the Penhnsola ander the Dnke of Wellington, and commanded the 62nd at the 
battle of Busaeo, for which he has received a medal. 

10 Ua^ Cam^tell, CapU Herbert, Llmitt. Oray. Hardiage, Hamilton, Curri«, Haultain, Tlnley, Fljnii, Newport, and 
a^MT, tmA X>r. JoBca, stfTcd witii the Regt. at the action of Mabai^port on the S9th Dec. IMS. M^or Campbell, 
Caplsla Herbert, sad Ucnti. Cvrric and Newport, were tUghtly wonndcd i sad Ltetit. H. Onjr »af rery MTCKty wouidcd. 

n Capt. Slnehaa aarvcd tbe aampaifn agafaut the Bi^iah of Cooig, In 1834. 

U Cape Dnralbnl aerred at tfa« eapturt of the Ule of Prance In 1610 ) In the expedltfon to Jara In 1811 i esptaie of Kaadj la 
ISU I hi the Kandyan fabellioa la 1817 and » i sad la tbr action of Mahandpoitt, SMh Dec. 4S. 

14 Cape Munra aannad at Adjuiaat of the aSih la the action at Mahar^potc. and waa levetvly wouaded (mcdaQ . 

U Lu Oca acrvtd la the PenlnfuU from 1811 to 16)4, and waa preMnt at Vlttoria, StewarTi Reek near Majra, Pyreneea, 
Nivcllc, NIve, Bajrenac, Garrls, Orthcs, and Toulouic. He wu alao prtMat In tbe action at Mahatmlport, oa 
1848. 




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— = — • -lUBABUrKM." ColmeL 

n Sir PredeHok Philipse Bobindon,' GCB. Ent, TeK 1777 ^ Ueut. Ifiipft. 71 
awr,3Juljr,94j Jir4yor,|8ept.»4jX«eii^.-paZ.lJM. 1«)0; C9l.t&Jlil>>lJ 
Mqjor-aeTU 4 Juue, 13; Xi^u^.-(?e»^27 Majr,25 ; C?«i. 23 N^r. 41 ; C0(.89^ 

. Regt. 15 June, 40. ^ , 

Lieut.'Colonel—ThomM Wright,* CB. jEm. 18 Dec. 12; LUmi. 9% Aprfl, 14 

Capt. P 14 July, 25 ; Mqfor^ p 10 Maroh, 37 ; Zieirf.-Crf. «4 Apr. 89- ^ 

ir<(;w».— Edwani Bond/ ^m. p8 Mv. 27; Lieut. » W 8«pt. 29 ; Cop*, p < 

Feb. 36 ; Mqjor, p 31 March, 43. ^^ _^ ^^^ ^ . 

Marmadvke Qeoige Nixon,* JEru. 5 AprU. 31 ; Xlcatf. 25 Mar. 83; C^. p ^ 

Dec. 38 ; Sr€V.'Mqjor^ 30 Apr. 44 ; UqfaTf 7 Aug. 46. 



Captains. 

Henry Fmncw Sfeokea" . . 

Robert Newport Tinley* 

Arthur Herbert'® 

Charles D. Campbdi^ . . 
Heoiy A«g. 8tnelm>*. . 

Wniitm Mwiio,*^ 

Wariam Claiges Wolfe . . 
Thomas Wright Hudson 
Thomas Bdvr. Wilbrabam 
Bdward Croker' 

LiBUTENANTS. 

J. Fits Boy Dalrymple . . 

Humphrey Gray,*' r 

Wordsworth Smith .... 
William Hardingo'® .... 
Chas.Tho. Hamilton'^.. 
Robert Hamilton Currie'^ 
TheodoreM.Haultain"a4y' 
Wm, Newport Tinley**.. 

9 Francis Gee^* 

Simon George Newport'® 
Henry Droi Gaynor *® . . 

James Johnston 

William Lecki 

Henry Blmhirst Reader. . 

Bnsigns. 
George Wolfe 27 Sept.44 



SNsioir. 



I.I&I7T. 



24Jii^23 

4 April 32 

P 18 Jan. 31 

P OAug.27 

21 Sept. 32 
P 20 June 34 
P 30 Oct. 35 
P16 June 37 
p 8 Mar. 30 
P 4 Mar. 36 

p 2 Dec. 30 
25 Mar. 36 

21 Oct. 36 
PlOMar.37 
p 17 Feb. 38 
P 28 Dec. 38 

27 June 34 
P 15 Nov. 39 

18 Sept. 40 

3 Aug. 41 

P31 Dec. 41 

22 April 42 
10 Nov. 43 
24 Nov. 43 



James Agnew 
John Popkin TrahenvB . . 
Hy. Marshman Havelock 
William Henry Wil»ou .. 

Michael C. Wall 

Hugh Robert Hibbert 



22 Oct. 44 

4 July 45 

31 Mar. 46 

June 46 

P 30 Mar. 47 

P 28 Sept. 47 



1 Aug. 25 
P 19 July 33 

2Sept.34 
3 May 33 

2 June 35 
P 1 April 36 
P 10 Mar. 37 

30 Oct. 40 
P 21 May 41 
P17 Nov. 87 

p 8 Dec. 87 
1 July 38 

23 Mar. 39 

24 Apr. 39 
P 19 July 39 
P 14 Feb. 40 

20 Oct. 40 ^ ^^^^ ^ 
P 11 June 41 af occ H* 

5 June 43 

2 July 44 

2 Aug. 44 

P 29 Dec. 43 

16 Aprn 45 

9 Aug. 45 



CAPTAIN. 



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24 Apr. 89 

P 15 Dec. 40 

P31 Dec. 41 

24 AprU 43 

5 June 49 

2Jaly 44 

7 Ajag. 46 

7 Dec. 45 
^M^r. 46 
P19Mar.47 

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PaymaMter,--G. Augustus Dumford,*' 13 Feb. 27 i JSns, 28 J«ne| 06; Limit. » 
i44;tf^anf.—l^. Theodore M. Haultain, 19 Mar. 47. [Mar. 10; C^. 13 Feb. S3 
Quarttr^MoMter, — Jones Duke, 10 Jan. 37. 

Surgeon, — Charles Hugh James,'® 18 Aug. 43; Astist.-Surg, 6 Oct. 32. 
Asdit.'Surgeon. — Henry Armstrong, 17 June, 42. 

FaeingM Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and CcL 
iRetwmedfrom Bengal 9 JunSy 1847.] 




1 sir Prcderiek R»MB«n serrcd Sv« y«mn u tha Snt Aawrtev «rar. Inclvdlat tiw tattte of 
•ftplat* of Stooejr PoiBl bjr ttie AmcrieaiM («etiBd«d and taken priMBOT). ud battle of New L 
■epliMt ef MaiUnlqM, 8C LocU. ud Ouadaloape. In im. taclodlnc Ac elonntaif of near d*BvAe anS 
■iltM. JetMd the amj nwler the Dnhe of WeUincton, In ISIS, and wu praeent at tiw acHoB of ' 
Iprta, and waiiiliJ Um Brlfade wbicli eatricd tbe tUIai* oT Gain*ts& Mayo wltbont Srt«| 
lUlevlac be «m prcMut at Uic lu and ted asaaulU an San SebaiUan (tcvcrety wottndfd), 
nwwnrfManre bafora Bayonne, tattle of the Nirf (acTcrely wonnded). bloekade oT 
which day be enrcrcded to Oie eoamand of the Mb DivUloo. In June, 1814, eabarbed fai connnnd of a 

ke two Hffifadee intc&drU to attack tbc worka of PUttJburff. but recrWed order* to roCiiOft 

of the Safnnac. In Nor. foUowloc, appolitted Cnnmandcr- in- Chief and ProTtaloaal Oov. a# 4 

wbkb appotetmcnt bo held till ione 181a. Sir Prrd. baa received a medal * two ela>po fee Vlttoria, 

S Mvor NUoa aerved the ramyalgn acalnst the aai*b of Coocf la 18S4 { aad la the art 

Dec. 1S43, ho aarved aa Mi^ of Brif ade to tbe Mh Brigade. 

• Ca*^ Croker aerred aa Aaaift Quarter Maatcr General la tbe a<tloB at 
telober, ISSI \ and alae ia a like capacity la the acUon at Mahar^povc. t> 1>e«. 1S43 (MCdal). __ 

• Capiaia Stohea aerved la thelSth throotbootthe BonneM war i and with the SStfi hi the olMm m 
t Captain Tinley aerred tte caapolia afabut tha lugah of Coor| ta 18U. la the acttas bt 

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9 JBm Sir Alexander Woodlbrd,* KCB. GCMQ. ^iw. 6 Dec. W; LUut lA 
Jttly, 95 ; Cfl;;f. U Dec. 99 ; Cflp^ k Lieut.-CoL 8 Mar. 10; Col. 4 June, 14 : 
^'x^rif^ 27 May, 26; Zieut,'Oen. 88 June, 38; Co/. 40th FoptJ 

Lieut.'Col.—jQme9 Stopford,* CB. ^m. p 17 Sept. 26; Lieut. p« Nov 26- 

^?^^ ^\^o^^P^- •"!?«' -^^'^^ •* " ^*'***' *2> -^«^ X^.-Oil. 80 April, 44,' 
Zt.-CoL 13 Nov. 47. r t $ 

Jfflyor*.— Thomas James Valiant, JBm. 29 May, 88 ; Lieut, p 17 Dec. 29 : Cant. 

P 1 May, 35 ; Jilqjar, p 10 July, 46. ' ^*^ 

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Heniv DouglMCcfWper . . 
^ohn Martin filadaaNci&*^ 

James Todd^ 

Arthur I^lle 

Thomas !•. K. Nelson*, s 
A. Abercromby Nelson" 
\Vm. Augustus Fyers' 
John W. Thomas* . . 
Robert Carey '<» .... 
Henry Halkett .... 

LlBUTSNANTS. 

£dw. Hungerford Eagar* 
Jn. Anstrutber Macgowan' 

Frederick Huey" 

Fra. Brockman Morley'* 

John Cormick" 

Richard Dawson*^ 

Frederick Nelson*' 

Samuel Snelling,' at^. . . 
Fred. Montagu Hockings 
Aldborough Rich. Rundle 
Lewis AlexanderForbe8,r. 
Hans Thomas Fell White 
R. John Lechmere Coore 
Richard Mahony Hickson 
Ensigns. 

Thomas Wilson 

Hon. W. C. Walpole Coke 
Ffencis Barry Drew .... 

Robert Hare 

Rogers Parker Hibbert . . 
Thomas George Gardiner 
Henry Christopher Wise . 



BNdlON. 



P 20 July 30 

P82Mar. 33 

»«IBeb. 31 

P80 Hot. 38 

25 Nov. 31 

P 6 Mar. 36 

P 17 Oct. 84 

7 June 39 

16 Nov. 39 

P29May 36 

P 13 April 39 

P21 Feb. 40 

p 5 June 40 

P 5 Apr. 39 

P 87 Aug. 41 

P21 May 41 

P 1 1 Mar. 42 

26 Oct. 41 

20 May 42 

23 Feb. 44 

P27 Sept 44 

P 18 May 43 

P 37 June 46 

P13Dec. 44 



LISUT. 



P 14 Dec. 32 

P 9 Jan. 36 

4 July 34 

P 6MiBj 42 



PlSMtf. 39 
P80 May 86 
P 7 Sept. 41 
19 Nov. 41 
P23Mar. 38 

16 July 41 

4 Mar. 42 

5 Mar. 42 
27 May 42 

P 86 Oct. 42 

14 April 43 

P 4 Aug. 43 

30 Dec. 43 

P 10 July 46 

P 81 July 46 

P 17 Oct. 46 

P 14 May 47 

P 14 May 47 

29 Jan. 47 



CAPTAIN. )bRBY.»MAJ. 



P 4 Mar. 36 
Pll Mar. 48 

82 July 45 
P 3 April 46 
PlOJaty 46 
P81 Jfi^ 46 
P 7 May 47 
P 14 May 47 
P 14 May 47 

13 Nov. 47 



9 Nov. 46 



5 morlfaeDirfraetod ■• a 
Fl«ldOfflc«r io tli« 40tii duriac 
th« opcmdont in CandahAr ftud 
iu Aff^baniiten In I841-48(in«. 
dal); and ba eominandad tiM 
Oronadler Conpany in the ao- 
Uoa at MalianUpora (iMdal), 



P 40 July 46 

P31 July 46 

P23MBy 45 

P 7 May 47 

p 14 May 47 

P 16 May 47 
86 Nov. 47 
Pfly»uw*er.— Charles Scariin Naylor,»» 8 May, 35; Sru. 1 Sept. 12 • Lieut 86 
At^utant.— Lieut. Samuel Snelling,* 14 May. 47. [Dec. 15 :Capf. 9 Mav*34 
Qi//n^«-ilffl^er.— Thomas Walter Hivee,»25 Oct. 42. ' 

5ur^«m.— Henry Mapleton,»« M.D., 13 July 47 j AsHft.-Surg. 18 July 39 
A stitt.'Surg. — John Henry Bmmmell/' 1 8 June 41 . 

Facings Buff.— Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co..— JrifA Agents, Sir B, R. Borouffh 
IMetumed from India, Feb. IMQ.^ [-Bf., Armit Sco! 

air Aleundrr Woodfoitl urttd In Uje 9(b In North Holland, and wu gewivly woondvd on Iht IMh Stat 17M. tendd 

Ibe Cold*tre«m Ouartls at thr capture of Cop«nba(en In 1807. Serwl en the Staff in Sleily, in IBOSl 9l awl 10 riMMBiirir^ 

- ^ ^ ^ A 5 ««»• Uf hi Battalion of the Brif adc of Ouardj, at the ilcre of Cludad Rodrlgo. eaptwe of Badi^. baCilc of '^^'T^i mn mr 

J 5*9 •- ^5 *"'• •' Madrid, and at the sieKe of Borioe. Commanded flrtt battalion roldvtrram Ouardi al liw battte of VU^m^Jt^at^ 

i54» ^forSan Sebastian, at the Nlvelle, the Nlre, and inrevtment of Bayonae. CunHuanded tfia Mcoad battalloa at Um baSTZ 

.Tg * Waterloo, turreoder of Pari*, and during the oeeu|iatlon In Pranee. Sir Alexander hM Kcctved a medal amd t*o m»^^ 

!g tb« battlca at Salamanca. Vittoria, and the NiTe. ^^^ 

1 f Lk Col. Stopford eerred with the Mth throughout the opctatioai In Candabar and hi AflkhanteiBn duriaa 1S41 awl 41 1 and 
? ha eonoiandrd the Reft in ttte acUon of Mabar^Jpore. I»th Dee. ISIS, until eereicly wounded in the iilL..-he bad kllTl 
fjA htfaa cut down under him. »— -» ••-• -«w a 

g * • 3 • Cai»»»»n» Todd, T. U K. Nelwin. and Tboraaa. Llevtnanti Bagar (aererelr wounded at Beni Badaml MaeMwan 

f ,1^ V^'K <"''™*^ ■* Ouadamuek), and Snelllnc. and Qnartemaater Hiret, lerved thtootboot thcnpcntloai In Candabar^ndte 
J " I i • AflkhanUtanta 1S41 and 41, and bare received the medal. Tbeee oaccn wen abo pnaent te the action ef Mahaninaw m 
*l'5-f't »^ »*«. •«»* »»•»• fecelred the Bronie Star: Lt Bacar wai eUffbdr wounded, and Capta. T. L. K. NcImo Wd 
P#; M ^tPWt ncn aererely wounded. Capt. Nelion waa Adjutant of the Bcgt. dvrtaf Iha ac«aad Aflhhan cmnaln in IM^ 



'-It 



4|Z"f8j IS Captalna Bladen N< 
« J ^ { £^ J ABd 41; and have received 
^5 a 4 7«) 4. 18 Dr. Mapleton was pi 

irl 



at llahar^pore, where be had a horae shot under btn. 






Caidalna Bladen NeUl, Pyert, and Carey served tiiroufhont Um operatieiM 
• — J .. 1_^ ijj^ medaU 

present wlUi the 4001 In the action of Mahar^pore ( Medal). 



te Candnhar 



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192 Hit {The fVeUh) lUgment of Foot ' [ ^^h.,.^^^ 

Oo th« Coloaif vnd AppoIntmenU, the Prince of Walefi Ptume, wlHh tbc naottow " dwMl At^m^twm 

_^^^^_^ "OasimjiAb, OBvaiBa, and OabooIi iMt;" 

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Colonel. 
9 Sir Ralph DarUfig,' GGH. Snt. 16 May, 1798; Zimcf . 9 lB6pt. 06 > CapU 6 

8ept.93; itfif^,^ Feb. 1800; Xf.-Clol.»17 Joly^Ol j CW.S6 JulylO; JM.^^^«»|. 

4 June, 13; Lt.-GfH, 87 May, 86 ; Oen. 93 No?. 41; Col, 4Ut, 86 Sept S7. 

jLieut^-CoimeL 
Gore Browne,* CB. Sng. 14 Jan. 84 ; X^ » 11 JiUy, 86 ; Capf. Pll June, 29; 

Mqf^tr, P 19 Dec. 34; Brmfet-Li.^Ool. 83 Deo. 48 ; X^.-CM. »8t July, 46. 
Mqjors» — Qeoi^ Carpenter, Bns. 1 Oct. 18; Liiut, 1 Mar, 80; C«0^ p89 Oct. 

86 ; Brevet'MaJ&r, 88 June, 38 ; Mqfar^f^ Jaly, 46. 
WiUiam Garden Seton, Em, p2 Mar. 38; Lieut. p88 July, 86; Cap/. p88 

May, 40; Jf<<;or, p 16 Pet. 47. 



Captains. 
Henry Law Maydwell, «. 

Robert Butler^ 

George Bagot,« 

Robert Pratt,*^ 

AugttfttuB J. W, Nor they 

James Enian'. 

Chaa. Timothy Tuckey'^ 

Grenvflle G. WeUt 

John Harrey ThttTsby •• 
Geoi^ Montagu Uicka. . 

LiBUTBKANTB. 

Edwin Robert Wethered 
Thomas Clongh Taylor . . 
Julius Edmund Goodwyn 
Wm. Samuel Greatlieed 
Rich. Oliver Pra. Steward 
Joseph Goatling Eggiaton 
Rob. Fm. Laaodles Jenner 
Henry Warter Meredith 
Hon, Richard Handcock 
Reginald Heber Rawlins. 
F. G. U. Games WUliams 

George Skipwith 

William Couch 

EVBIONS. 

Thomas Willson 

William Johnstone, oii^. 
Cliarles Pelgue Bertram 

Henry Dixon 

Robert Cary Barnard . . . 
Cbas. Yelverton Balguy 
Thomas Acres Peirce 



BKSIOM. 



31 Aug. 36 

18 April 81 

80 July 35 

P 16 June 37 

P 14 July 37 

86 Mar. 3G 

P 88 June 39 

P 80 Dec. 39 

P 86 Aug. 36 

P 16 Not. 41 

P 6 Aug. 48 
P30Sept.48 
P 6 Jan. 44 
P 86 Jan. 44 
P29Sept.43 
PdOSept.48 
P 4April46 
P 6 June 46 
P 18 Apr. 44 
P83 8ept46 
P 7 July 46 
P 3 Not. 401 
80 Oct. 46 

P 18 July 44 
30 Dec. 46 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P 6 Feb.. 47 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 14 May 47 



LIBVT. I CAFTAIV. 



88 Sept. 38 
P 86 Oct. 33 
p 7 Oct. 87 
I i7 June 39 
P 3 Jii y 4il 

l6Aiu. 38 

8 Del. 4] 

P 82 Not. 48 

P 18 Apr. 41 

P 80 Jan. 43 

P84May 44 
P80Aug. 44 
P 6 June 46 
P 83 Sept. 46 
P86 Sept. 46 
p 9Dec. 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 3 Not. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
I 14 May 47 
P 16 Oct 47 
P 19 Vw. 47 



P 16 April 42 
p 1 Mar.44 

4 July 46 
P23 Sept.46 
P27 Sept. 44 

90ct. 46 
P 3 Not. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P6Apr. 441 
P 16 Oct. 47 



BBBT.-ICAJ* 



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.. ^16 0cL 47 
George William Alezanderjp 19 Not. 47 
Pajfmaeter.^9 F. Dickeon," 26 July, 87 ; J?n#. 12 Mar. 12 ; UetU. 87 Jan. 14. 
A4iutant,Snngn William Johnstone, 20 Get. 46. 
QM4irf«r-Jlf«jfer,— Thomas Young, 9 April, 47. 

8Mrg9on,^i^ Wm. Mortimer Wilkins,** 23 Dec. 86 ; Aariit,-SMrg. 88 J«iie, 8ft ; 
ilj»tff.-5iir^.— Charies Hart, M.D. 18 Oct. SO. \_Hmp.*Amiat^ 10 Jaa. 14. 

Faemffi White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ic Co.^-/ri«A AgmU, SirSL'EL BArooiih, 
[Retumedfrom tke East Indiee, 13 Ju/y, 1843.] {St,, Annitv a/Co. 



sir Balfh Darih^ MtvlcM »-!■ ITH. Cte iIavm la tha bland af OraMda. aatUKAkyika Pi 

iwdarid Hm Oaramor aad upwards of forty gf Um ptiaripal InbaMuaU, Jm vm oaptoyad wtek lUs 
(tha UOi) Ib qutSioff Uw iawnactioB. la Jan. 1797. velualeerMl on lb* mpaditlon agftlatc TMaidad, umI vu prcarni i 
lartliadpuiahAtptarwar.awlMlkaiafTCadvsrtbabiaad. In Jal]rl79S. proMcdad «H«h Am atpadidon 
IUhmm af Snrinaaii and waa Mapinyad In thauTMvnncnic Itaf tba capitulation, and prtomt at tba 
In Aprtl ISai. pvaaaadadwt* Iha aiip<idWon againrt tha Daniah and Svadlih taUi^b, St. Cralx, St. 

at UMir ndncttun. In 8«ptMaliar ISOS, hit UtgL (tiic ftlti) bHw 

oflt. 





A4|t.-Q«ncffBl) and took the 
f dartas (te ■d ra a ca aad ra mt , tha aatloa at LagOh and fcaOU of C 
fbr which laat he raaatvfd a MadaL In July IMS. waa appointed D«p. Adlt.-G«ncral to the roree lent to the Scheldt 
the Bart of Cfcatham, and waa yraacBi at tha alcga and a an a n da r of Phiahlng. On the ratan of the espc<Uti< 
hia ttw f appoin^iant at tha Hone Gnarda. 

t Li^Col. Brovraa coMBaated the 41atdartB« the whole or thaeaaipalfa ar ISttia ASkhaniatan, and waa 
anfafaiBiiHB with tha aaiwf on «S Maiah and W April in the Piahecn Valley i in that of the 9 May near Candahar. SS A^. 
at flaaina, SSafCtiAifi Ohuaaaa. oarapatinn and daalruatioa aT that fortieaa aad of Cabool, capeditioa into ^*»'Miw. 
oap«nre, and diatiaatiun aT laiaiUi; and la the eartavn mimor aflhlra in and between the Bolanand the Khybar raaaoa. 

4 Captaia BwUar.— iha awne aaralaeaa detailed in Mate ».a»eept t» May near Candahar. 

t Chptahi aaiaM. ihi aMne aanrlao aa L4..0aL Bi«ine. detailed ta Note f. 

10 Captahia rralt aad Taekay.-«ha aMae m Note t, aaoept the aeiian of the SSth Mafdk 

11 rapMaatar MakMttaaread In the raaltenla froa AfrU ISU ta the cloae a( that war, aM waa paaiant at I 
af TMii^wM. actfan a» Oidal. aad I n iaa h aiat of Barcelona Served t hi o af haat Ika whala af the 
In A^hanlrtm In 1S4I *^^ 41. »»^ haa laaalvad a Madal tot tha tatter 

IS Mr. WUfclM aeraad tha oMapalsa of ISU la the PealaauU i la the Kandlan war la Cayloa, duller IMf^ !•$ 
af a L%h> Banyka altlia akga a< Kal^aia la \m, Servlcca la Aflkkaalataa tha a«M« aa to Hita S. 



Yews' Serr. 



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^i^!lil!ir^»-**^'^**^^*J?"^'^ iaceMit."— Tbe SpMnjn, with the words "EGYPT"— 
'^tmO ffTKA *»-^«* KT^iKTES D'ONDB ^— " PYRENEES "— ** Nl VELLE *'— " NI VE " 
— "ORTHES"— *^TOULOD&B"-^< PRNINBULA "— " WATERLOO." 

Colonel, 
V »r4^mH$fidotmWQGB.Sn$. 16 Apt* 96; LUwt. 8 Frti.(»; ^ap^.MOct. 

02 i He^y €8 Feb. 06 ; Liout^CoL \1 Mar. 08 ; CoL 4 Jane, 14 ; M(^' Gen. 

%1 Hay, 26 ; LvnU.'Qen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 42iid HighUndert, 16 Jan. 44. 
Xteii/..Caton££«.— Duncan Akx. Cameron, Jffnj. 8 April, 26 ; Lieut, p 15 Aug. 26; 

. Cofi^. P21 June, 88 ; M<^or, 9 93 AMg. 39 ; Liatt^Cd. » 6 9ept. 43. 
r, V James MacdongiJl,* 2nd X^ 11 June, 12; Lt. 8 Sept. 13; Capt. pIO Sept. 

25 ; JTcyor, 28 Oct. 86 ; Breoet^ Lieut. Col. I Nov. 42 ; Lt.-CoL 14 Apr. 46. 
Afq^drf.— Charles Duoamure, Bm. 9 Apr. 26; Lieui. p 7 Not. 26 ; Capt. p 30 

Jan. 36 ; Mtoor, p 6 Sept. 43. 
r. Daniel Frazer, Ens. 31 Oct. 11 ; Lieut. 18 Jane 16 ; Capt. p 6 Nov. 26 ; Srev.- 

Jllqf. Its June 38 ; JIfqj. 14 Apr. 46. 









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Captains. 
Qeo. Bnnall Cnmberland 

Thomas Tolloch 

r.JnX:ameronMaophereon 
Hon. Robert BoUo .... 
r. Alexander Cameron . . 
r. H. Maurice Drommond 

Chaiies Murray 

r. Oaorge W. Macquarie 
Arcttf bald Colin Camp^ll 
r. John Hinton Daniell^ 
r. Farquhar Campbeil . . 
Heniy Sholto Douglas , . 

Li BUTEN ANTES. 

Tho. Robert D. Hay, m4f, 
r. G.MaclaineRoss,|ifi»«- 
Robert Bligh Sinclair .. 
r. Augustus Paterson . • 
Thomas Hugh Cookbnm 
r. Andrew Pitcaim, ae[f. 
Alexander Ramsay .... 
John Walter WedderbuA 
Hon. Geo. H. Essex Grant 
r. Ernest F. G. Clavering 
Peter Robert Burrowes . . 
r. Archd. Macra Chisholm 
r. Gilbert Innes Menzies 
r. Chas.Campbell Graham 
Wm. John Cuninghame 
John Wm. Powlett Orde 

Ensigns. 
r. R. Aynsworth Frazer. . 
r. John Chetham M'Leod 
William Lni' Macnish .. 



BNSION. 



11 Apr. 25 

P 26 June 26 
P10Sq>t.30 
P 10 Aug. 32 
24 Feb. 32 
P 4 Dec. 82 



LIBUT. 



31 Dec. 28 
23 Oct. 28 
P 21 June 33 
P 26 Sept. 36 
P 30 Jan. 35 
P 16 Dec. 37 



P21 June33^FdOMar. 38 
P26 6ept.85 P31May 88 



P 24 Feb. 87 
P 14 Mar. 34 
P 30 Not. 38 
P31 May 39 

P 2 Aug. SB 

8 May 35 

P 27 Sept. 39 

t PIO Jan. 40 

P 6 Mar. 40 

Pl6May40 

P 16 May 40 

P 26 Oct. 41 

P 6 Not. 41 

P 16 Apr. 42 

28 Jan. 42 

17 Apr. 42 

18 Apr. 42 
PdO Aug.44 
P26 0ct. 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 



P 23 Aug. 30 

18 Not. 36 

P 16 May 40 

^P26 Oct. 41 

P 6 Not. 41 

9 Aug. 39 

16 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

P 16 Apr. 42 

P 3 June 42 

P6Sept. 48 

P SO Aug. 44 

P 26 Oct. 44 

14 Oct. 43 

14 Apr. 46 

28 Aug. 46 

24 May 47 

P 13 Aug. 47 

P 12 Not. 47 



14 Apr. 46 
21 Apr. 46 
28 Aug. 46 

Rob.CampbellCunlnghamel 29 Aug. 40 

r. James Er^kine Paterson | p-20 Oct. 46 

r. James William Balfour 

Henry Montgomery . . • 

9*. John Drysdale 

i r* G. B. Cumberland. . . 

Charles Maitland 



CAPTAIN. 



P 30 Mar. 38 
P 12 July 33 
P 6 Mar. 40 
P 6 Not. 41 
16 Apr. 42 
P 3 June 42 
P 6 Sept. 43 
P25 0ct 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 29 Not. 44 
p 3 Not. 46 
Pia Ai«.47 



BRST.-MAJ. 



9 Not. 46 



P 2 Mar. 47 
p 3 Mar. 47 
22 June 47 
PIS Aug. 47 
P 12 Not. 47 



9 U^CoL Masdougsll Mr?ed Chs easspaigss 
of laia and li« tn tba PeoiotuU, including the 
aAir of San Mardal ; bstUes of Nl\elle, RiT*^ 
0tb, lOtli, nth, 18th, and Ittb Dee., Orthet, 
sad ToqIaom. 

4 C«pt.I)aBtoUMiYsd with UM48th In caiM 
(Medal),— St Anoj, Chnsan, Ghinhae, Ningpo^ 
ScfOSD, Chspoo, Wooaang , and Chin Klan Foo» 



Paymast.^J. Wheatley, 12 Oct. 38 -, En'. kA^ft.^O July, 32 ; Lieut. 3 Apr. 36. 
A^utant»4 — Lieut. Thomas Robert Drummond Hay, 24 Jan. 46. 

r. LAeut. Andrew Piteaim, 28 Aug. 46. 
QuaTter-MaMter$.—^0Bi Edward Patou, 19 June, 40. 

r. Charles Fraser, 28 Aug. 46 \ Ens, 4 Sept. 43. 
5^p«ons.--Jas. M'Gregor, M.D., 26 Feb. 41 ; A.-S. 12 Apr. 26 ; H.-A . 6 Jan. 26. 

r. Hugh Mackey, 7 Aug. 46 ; Assist.- Surg. 17 Feb. 87. 
^«m/an^-5ttr^Mm#.— Wm.Mure Muir, M.D., 22 Not. 42.-— Facing* Blue. 

r. William Henry Macintosh, 27 Oct. Ald.^Agentej Messrs. Cox& Co. 

1 Sb John T ti M i m iia wrred with the B9th in IwUnd dnriiiK the Behellion of 17tS, and wm prcunt at the bottlce of 
Wbm, Tteccar Hill, anil other principal actions. In 1799 and IMO he was al the aieie of La Talcita and capture of Malta. 
He aerved m Ecypc in the three foUowioff yean, and wat preaent in Um action on tnn laadiav en the Sth Mareh, and aUo 
fai the two other general actiona finicht on the 19th and Stet Marah. 1801. In 1807 he was emplored ai miiitair lecretary 
to Iflcd Cathcart, whilst hia Lordihin eommanded the Ktnf's German Legion as a dietioot army in SwcdUh PomenBia, 
u well as daring the snheequent attaot open and eaptne of Copenhagen and the Danish fleet. In 1809 he serred in tho 
^tien, and had charge of Che Adiataiit'Oooerars departnient of the reacrre eanunandcd bf Sir John Hope. 
peai ht waa easployed as Depntf Aaintani-General to the fbrce alUrtted to the defience of Cadis, uider U.. 
and wa« pieaenf at the hatOe of Baroeaa. In 1813 and 14 he was emplofed in charge of the left wing or 
Of renlnan^ vma, and in that eapaotf was nnacni in the actions of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 19th Dec 1818, npoo tho 
Vtn, and in the dnun which attandad the doaing of the hktckadc of Bnyonne, and at the action hinnriit on by tho 
lortic ftota, that fettfcos. Wf John haa received a medal fbr aerrieea in Egypt, and a medal and one deep fcr 



1 94 43rrf ( The Monmmithshire) BegL <^ FoaL Rf^SSST 

{Light Infantry?) 

« VIMIBRA »»— « CORUNNA "— « BD8ACO "— « FUENTE8 D'OKOB"— " CltTDAD 
RODRIGO "— « BADAJOZ "— " SALAMANCA "— •" VITTORIA "— « NIVELLE"— 

« NIVE "— " TOULOUSE "— " PENINSULA." 

Cdionel. 
9 J7<m. 5tr Hercules Robert Pakenham,> KCB. Sn$, 23 July, 03 ; JJmU. % 
Mar 04 ; Capt. 2 Aug. 05 ; M<yor, 30 Aug. 10; Lt,-CoL 27 April, )2; Orf. 
27 May 25 ; Mqf.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt-Gen. Nor. 46 ; Co/. 43 P. 9 Sep. 44. 

Lieut. 'CoUmel, 
James Forlong,* EH. ^vu. p11 Mar. 13; Lieut. P22 Dec. 14; Capt, 1^20 
Sept. 21 ; Mq)or, P 1 July, 28 ; Lieut,'CoL 7 May, 41. 
Mqfan.— 9 WilhtLtn Fraser,' £ii#. 8 April, 13; Lieut. 10 Jan, 14; C^. 

P9 Dec. 24; Brevet-Mqjor, 28 June, 38; Mt^or, 7 May, 41. 
WilbrahaiD Egerton, Bnt, p 4 Nov. 24 ; Lieut, p 11 July, 26} Capi^ P 1 Jnlj, 9^ 
Brevet'Mt{for, 23 Nor. 41 ; Mq;or, P25 Aug. 43. 



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Captains* 

Henry Sadleir Bmere •• 

QeofgeTalbot 

Jolinon Ford 

John Chidley Coote .... 

Henry Skipwith 

Hon, T. G. Cholmondeley 

Robert Lambert 

Robert Newton Phillips 
Owen Arth. Onnsby Gore 



mvtfiov. 



9 I 8ept.25 
2 Feb. 26 
P 7 Sept. 26 
P 4July 34 
P24 0ct. 34 
P 3 Apr. 35 
P 1 May 35 
P27 May 36 
p20 Nor. 38 
Han. P. Egerton Herbert} 17 Jan. 40 

LZ BUTE HA NTS* 

James M. Primrose, a<^* . 
Dawson Cornelius Greene 
Hcury Ayshford Sanford 
Henry Parry Denniss . . 
Fred. Sadlelr Bruere. . . . 

Walter John Paul 

James Abereromby Dick 
Richard Henry Weyland 
Fra. Hutchinson Synge . . 

Graham Colrilc 

FrederickOreenWilkinson 

ElfSIONS. 

William Milnes 

Horace Fred. HiU 

Charles Carew de Morel. . 
H{m. Henry Wrottesley 
^<m.Henry Wm. C.Ward 
Arth. Edw. Val. Poosonby 
Henry J. Parkin Booth . . 

Lumley Graham 

John Francis Girardot . . 
Charles, Lord Luigan 



6 Jan. 37 
P 3 July 40 

7 Ang. 40 
P21 Aug. 40 
PllSept. 40 
P 16 Feb. 41 
P 1 June 41 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P 27 Dec. 42 

6 June 45 

20 June 46 

P24 0ct 45 

June 46 

P 19 June 46 

26 June 46 

11 June 47 

P 13 Aug. 47 

P 3 Sept 47 



Not. 46 
Nor. 46 
9 Nov. 4d 



P 19 Feb. 28 

P 9 Sept. 28 
P25 June20 
p 15 Sept. 37 
P 25 Jan. 39 
P 31 Dec. 39 
P 15 May 40 
P 2 Oct. 40 
P 16 Feb. 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 

7 May 41 
P 14 Jan. 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 
p 27 Dec. 42 
P21 July 43 
P25 Aug. 43 
P24 0ct. 45 

28 Dec. 45 
P 9 June 46 

11 June 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 



8 Qoan«r-MMt«r Ba»d'sMrTi««:*-l«ittksfC 
Vlinl«ni and Corunna. ExpcdlUoa to Valdb«* 
reo 1800. Prainsular campalfnt froai 1811 fa 
Cha end of the war. Indadiiig tiM M«fe a»i 
•tormlng of Badi^oa (Mrertly ««aaied ml It* 
aMault) ; battle* oC Salananca aad Vitlofl%| 
attack on tha heights of Vera; ItatUn of Mf- 
Talle, Viwt, and TouIoiik. Battia la front o# 
Now Orlaana, ash Jaa. Illdb 



P 8 Apr. 34 
P 3 Apr. 85 
P21 Oct. 36 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 5 Ang. 42 
P 21 July 43 
P25 Ai« 43 
P 12 Jan. 44 
P 9 June 46 
p 19 June 46 



3 H^or Frascr vat ifrvtelf 

wounded at tha battia of thb 
Niva. 

6 PaTinatter Hood terrad tha 
campaiyo of 1814, la tki Rpq* 
intula. Present In tha aiteek 
on New Orlcaji«,6th Jaa. 1815. 



P 5 Nov. 47 
Pas^iiuufer.— 9GeorgeHood,* 250ct.28; Sns. P21 Feb.ll; Xa^u^. P28BIay,l2L 
Adjutant. — Lieut. James M. Primrose, 13 Ang. 47. 
Quarter-Master.^-^ Samuel Rand/ 8 Oct. 30. 

5iir^Mm.— Patrick Davidson, M.D., 27 Oct. 46; Astiet.-Surg. 12 Jan. 88. 
Auiitant-Surgeon. — Rowland Agar, 19 April, 44. 

Faein^ White« — Agents, Messrs. Cox 8l Co. 

[Returned from Kooa Scotia, 5 April, 46.] 

1 Sir BarealM Pahaatea ssrred at Iha ilaca and cairtore of Capenhaaeo, ia 1807» alto Ih* n alwdl^ 
campalfM of 1808, 0, 10, 11, and 18, including the batilas of Roleia, Vimlera (woondadV Bimafft, jM 
f^iantca d'Onor, ttafa and etonn of Clodad RodrifO, two •iagas and etunn of Bad^oi, lererelj wooihAaq al 
tha aMaolt. 8ir Hafeolet has rioelTad a eroM. 

8 lisat -GOL Foriont aM^ad tte rampaUM of 1818 and 14, in Oanaaaf and floHiwd, larlad>^ niM 
aetlooa at If eriam, bombardBani of Antwerp, and itORniiig pt Barftn-op-ZooOi. fl a i ia d alea Iha e«|ip4ff 
•f WAp and was Mff rslf wounded at Quatre-Brais— ric bt collar boae fractured and ball lodged ia Um 
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Tlit> 4ril*«r, •« SOTPT.'**-" BADAJOEr^<« SALAMANCA*'-^' FSNrNSULX'^ 
" BLADENaBURQ"-*** WATERLOO"—" AV A." 
ColaneU 
Hon. Sir Patrick Stuart, QCMQ. Camet & Sub-Lieut. 26 Sept. 93; Lieue. 
6 June, 94 ; Capi. 12 April, 96 ; Miyor, 1 Feb. 03 ; IdeuL-CoU 25 Sept. 06 ; 
CoL 4 June, U ', Mcoor-G^n, 19 July, 21: LietU.-Gen. 10 Jui, 37; CoL 
44th Begt. 7 AprU, 43. 

Lieut,'CoUmeU. 
ffon, Augustas Almeric Spencer, Eru. 6 Apr. 25 ; Lieut, p 5 July. 27 ; Capt, 

P 6 Apr. 31 ; Major, P 21 July, 43 ; Lieut.-Col. 17 May, 45. 
James Oliphant Clunie,* CB. Etu. 27 Aug. 13 ; Lieut. 1 Dec. 14 ; Capt. 9 Feb. 36^ 
Mqfar, 23 June, 38; Lieut.- Col. 25 Aug. 43. 

Mqjors., 
Augustus Halifax Ferryman, Etis. p27 June, 34; Xieut. 30 June^ 37; Cmtt. 

P 16 April, 41 ; Mt^jor, P22 Dec. 43. 
George Browne, En*, p 31 Dec. 33 ; Lieut. P 14 July, 37 ; Capt. 8 April, 42 ; 
3fq;or, P 30 Dec. 45. 



Captains. 
Nathan Smith Gardiner* 
Hon. St. Geo. O. Foley,*. 

William Steevens 

Cha.W.DunbarStaveley,/. 
William 'HacMahon . . . 
Frands Hostyn Oweu . 
Hugfi Hamon John Massy 

Robert Fellden ' 

Andrew Browne 

John Le MarchantCarey . 

William Spring 

Edward Walter 

LiBxrrxifANTS. 
John Robinson 



ENSIGN. 



P 23 July 25 
P 29 June 32 

26 Feb. 41 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P 6 Not. 35 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P 2 April 41 
P20Ko¥.40 
P 30 Apr. 41 

27 Oct. 42 
P30 Dec. 26 
P 4 Feb. 43 



LIEUT. 



Fred. Sykes Daubeney'. . 



. . • • • 



26 Oct. 42 

20 Nov. 40 

7 July 43 

P29Jan. 42 

24 Oct. 42 
Pl3 0ct. 43 
P22Dec. 43 

29 Mar. 44 
P30 Mar. 44 

23 May 45 
P 25 July 45 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P 27 June 45 
p 3 Oct. 45 

p 14 Nov. 45 

p 30 Dec. 45 

p 27 Feb. 46 

P 2 Oct. 46 

P 6 Nov. 46 

P 8 Dec. 46 

19 Mar. 47 

P 23 Apr. 47 

11 June 47 

17 Dec. 47 



18 July 34 
P27 May 36 
P12 Feb. 42 
P 4 Oct. 89 

28 Feb. 40 
P 6 Nov. 35 
PU Nov. 42 

18 Nov. 42 

14 Oct. 42 
P 15 Mar. 44 
P 1 June 32 
P 30 Mar. 44 

P22Dec. 43 
P 13 May 42 

P23Aug. 44 
P12July 44 

17 May 45 
P 25 July 45 
P 3 Oct. 45 
P 30 Dec. 45 
P27 Feb. 46 
P 6 Nov. 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 

26 July 44 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



BREY.-MA/. 



P 20 Jan. 41 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P27 Sept. 44 
P 6 Sept, 44 

17 May 45 
P21 Mar. 45 
P 3 Oct. 45 
P27 Feb. 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 

16 Dec. 45 
P 10 Dee. 47 

« Lt Pftubenej lerved wiUi 
tlM 65lh In Ctiloa (Medal), aod 
was prM«nt at the etcalade and 
capture of Chin Kiang Foo, 
wlier* h« carried the Regi- 
mental Colour, which was i^t 
in two placet. 

4 Lt. MicUethwalte serraa 
with the fiSrd In the campaign 
on the SulleJ in 1S46 (medal), 
and was present at Buddlwal. 
Aliwal, and Sobraon. * 

8 PajrmaaterKennedjr serred 
as Paymaster of the aSnd in 
Scinde under Sir Charles Nar 
pier in 1849. 



William Faussett 

Bowes Fenwick 

Astley Greene 

John Stanley Howard 
William Hanmer . . . 

William Parker 

Hon. C. W. Herbert Agar 
George Lethbridge Ottley 
William Henry Hotham 
George N. Micklethwait^ 

Godfrey Cooper 

Edward Ogle Streataeld 

Bnsioks, 
William Henry Mansfield 
John Charles Parks 
Richard Preston . 
George Barchard . 
William Fletcher 

George White 

John Colpoys, atH 

John William Dunne .... 
Jas. Hy. HalTey Parks . . 
Julius G. Mangen Strode 

P«ryfmis^«r.— John MacKenzie Kennedy,* 30 Oet. 88; Bn$.ftA¥%h. 14; Xe. pO 
Ac^utant.—JSnsign John Coljioys. 9 Apr. 47. [^eh. 23. 

Quarter'Master.-^Thomaa Walsh, 27 Oct. 43. 

^MT^Mtt.— -Edward Robertson, M.D., 18 Sept. 46; Assiet^Surg* 11 Ang. 37. 
A^riitant-Surgeon.—-Ef^erton James Pratt, 11 June, 41. 
Faeingi Yellow.—AgenU, Messrs Cox & Co.—IrUh Agents, iSVr E. B. Borough, 

at., Armit, k Co. 

[Betumedfrom Bengal, May 1843.] 

1 CokMl dude served with the Bojrals in the Aneticen war, and wm preMnt at the lieffe and sttaek of Fort Bik. in 
IS14. He comaaadcd the Bnfs in the aetkm at Panniar, on the 19th Dec. 1848, and has rseclTed the Broose Star. 

S OaptaiD Gardiner serred with the 82nd throughout the operations in Scinde under Sir Charlea Napier, 
lnyjifHtog ihe deatractioQ of the Fort of Imaumghur batUei of If eanee and Hyderaiiad (Medal). 



196 45th(T7ie Nottinghamshire) Regt. of Foot. [""jjij^ S^S^ 

•• ROLHIA**— "ViSClBaA"— "TALAYBaA"— " BUSAOO"— " POBHTM D'OKOE**— "ClODAD RODBIOO"— 
" BaOAJOS'*- " SALAM A»OA'»— " VlTTOW A'*— " PT »B» BB«"— " XlVBIAB**— " OBTHBB"— 

«• TouxoosB**—** Pair«BOi^»*— " Ata." 



Tean' S«rT. 


45 


Pull 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


39 


A 


S4 





19 





19 





15 





19 





27 


A 


22 





10 





21 





13 





10 





20 





14 





9 





10 





9 





9 





9 





9 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





5 





6 





6 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





2 





29 


6A 


9 





6 





9 





1 





19 


lA 


id 





6 





3 






9 Haft i9tr Colin Halkett,' KCB. GCH. Lieui.'Col, 17 Not. 1808; Col, 1 Jan. 

1 2 ; Mqjor-Qen. 4 June, 14 ; Lt.-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Gen, No?. 46 j CoL 46th 

Rcgt. 12 July 47 . 
Xi««^.-Cote»i«te.— IJEdmund French Boye,* Em. p 17 Nov. 08; tieuU 3 Apr. 10 ; 

Capt.^S June 15 ; Mt{^, 3 Feb. 29; Lt.-Col. 21 June 32; Col, Nov. 46. 
r. Archibald Enkine, Bn$, p24 June 24 ; Lieut. 16 Sept. 26; Capt, p Id Nov. 

32; Afq/dr, P 22 July, 42 ; Lt.-Col, 14 Apr. 46. 
M0jvri.—T. Henry Cooper, Bn». p 26 Feb. 29 ; Lieut, P6 Apr. 81 ; Capt. 9 13 

Nov. 35 ; Mtyor, 10 Sept. 45. 
Charles Hind, Bns. p8 Oct. 29; Lieut. p7 Feb. 34; Capt. p22 Feb. 39; Mqiar, 

14 April, 46. 



Captains. 
Hallam D'Arcy Ityle 
Wm. R. Preston . . 
r. JohnButlerWheatstone 

Charles Seagram 

Henry John Shaw 

r. George BUgh Moultrie 
r. Geo. A. L. Blenkinsopp 
r. Henry Thomas Vialls 
r. Donald William Tench 

r. Robert Bates 

Henry Woodbine Parish 
William Smith* 

LlEUTBirAlfTS. 

nJamesButlerFellowes . . 
Stephen B. Gordon, tuff. 

Robert J. Garden 

Wm. Caimes Armstrong 
r. W.Edmund Bewes, pm. 
George Wm. Morris .... 

Robert Miller 

r. James M'Crea, a4f, • • 
Geo.Adam Crooks Kippen 
r. Rob. A. F.GravesColleton 
r.Rob.BeckfordJohnstone 

r. Henry Leach 

r. Courtney P. T. Stacey 

GeorffC Burr»tl 

William Dawson 

George Stacpole Coxon . . 
Knsions. 

r. Trevor Goff 

r. E. S. Fra. G«o. Dawson 

Arthur Smyth. 

r. William Fleming .. . 
r. Fred. Robert Grantham 
Charles Duncan Cameron 
r. George lamont Hobbs 
Charles Lewis Griffin 
r. Robert Graham Howard 
Nicholas Clinton Browne 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



P 12 July 33 

P 24 Sept. 29 

1 May 21 

22 June 2G 
P23Mar. 3«( 
P 31 Dec. 27 
P 4 Sept. 85 
P25 Dec. 38 

31 July 28 

6 June 34 
P 9 Mar. 39 

26 June 38 

P31 May 39 

7 June 39 
21 June 39 

P 6 Sept. 39 

19 June 40 
P 16 Apr. 42 

21 May 42 

23 May 42 

20 May 42 

22 May 42 

27 May 42, 
P 22 July 42l 
P 28 July 43 

11 Feb. 42 

'12 Sept. 43 

p 29 Mar. 44 

p 25 July 45 
25 Nov. 45 

P 9 Dec. 45 
30 Dec. 4o 

P 6 Feb. 46 

p 19 May 46 
29 Jan. 47 
10 Mar. 47 

P23 Apr. 47 



P 23 June 37 
P22 Feb. 33 

31 Mar. 26 

5 Mar. 31 

P 7 June 30 

P 31 Dec. 30 

Pdl May 30 

20 Nov. 40 
P 2 Dec 31 
P25Dec. 38 

15 Apr. 42 

13 June 40 

15 Apr. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

PlOApr. 42 

P 1 July 42 

P 22 July 42 

P 28 July 43 

P 29 Mar. 44 

PSOAug. 44 

1 Oct. 44 

7 Feb. 45 

10 Sept. 45 

15 Get. 45 

P 7 July 46 

P21 Apr. 43 

29 Jan. 47 

29 Jan. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



P 24 May 39 
P 18 Oct. 39 

16 Nov. 41 

15 Apr. 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 11 July 87 
P29Mar. 44 
P 30 Aug. 44 
1 Oct. 44 

15 Oct. 45 
P 6 Feb. 46 

14 Apr. 46 



BRBV.-MAJ, 



8 Oopt. Smith 
BurmeM wsr. 



MiTcd la thm 



2 May 46 
Paymofffor.— Monkhouse Graham Taylor, 26 Aug. 36; Bnt, 9\9 Jsm, 19; 

Xteu^. P5Sept. 22. 
Adiutante* — Lieut. Stephen B. Gordon, 22 Jan. 47. 

r. Lieut. James M'Cr<?a, 22 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-AToflerv.— Edwin Walters, 13 Dec. 39; Ens.'il May, 39. 

r. Luke FitzGibbon, 15 Oct. 47 
STttrywiw.— Duncan Menzies, 24 June, 42 ; A.-S, 29 July, 30 ; ff,'A, 1 N«v. t7. 

r. Francis Rohcrt Waring, 15 Dec. 45 ; Ateist.-Surg. 8 May, 86. 
/lj»w*.-5wrfl€on#.— Tliomas Best, 22 April, 42. 

r. Francis Oliver Barker, 14 Feb. 45. 
Facing Green. — AffentSf Messrs. Price and Boostetd. 

I sir CoUn Halkeit hsf recelred a erom tor Albuh«rm, Mamuica, VUtoria, and tbs psMSg* sf 
HIWL aad WIS MTtrtly woonded at W»t«rloo. .•,*.*i_.^ 

aCoSoel BoTf wrvid lo «»• PantatuU fWra IMQ to 1811, aad sffian tfomXM to ths oad of 
locludloirtha action »l Sabund, and battlfls of VtuniM d'Oaor (wound^l), Orlfcii, aad 
(vooadod). gonrodalio In th« BunnsM war. 



Bctk. fbr 



Yivrrderr 



6S 



Fall i HaU 



P»y 



22' 



32 



90 



32 

19 
26 
13 
13 
12 
10 

9 
14 

8 

9 

7 
8 
7 
7 

6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
4 
4 
4 



Pfty. 



14« 



8 
8 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

10 
9 
2 

22 



2 

V 









4 









































%.]^6th(TheSaiiihDevonshire)Iie.o/Foot. K5J{?5|-^r«^*»- 

" DOMINICA," 
CehneL 
John, Sari qf Btaij,* KT. Ens. 28 Feb. 1790 ; i^; SO April, 92 ; Capt, 26 April, 
93; Lieut,' Col, 6 Dec. 98; Col, 25 April, 1808; Miyor-Oen, 4 June, 11; 
jLmia.-Geiul9 JMly,%l i (Ten. 28Jaiiey98; CW.40th aegimeiit,31Mayy43. 

JAeutemant^Colonel, 

9 RobertQaiTetVKH.JFiu.»6March,ll; L^dSept. 12; Cop/. p 7 July, 14 ; 

Mqjor, P 19 Sept. 26; Brevft-Lt^-Col. 23 Not. 41 ; Lt,'Col. p 16 May 45. 

9 John Maclean,* Sru, 2 May, 11; LUmt. 10 Dec 12; Capt, 25 Dec. 30; 

Milfor^ P 12 April, 30. 
Robert CampbelV ^lu. 24 Dec. 18; Lieut, 13 June 22; Gi;iM5 June 32 ; 

M^jor, P 16 May 45. 



Captaijis. 

Donald Stuart* 

Wm. Thomas Brenmer 

Winiam Child 

Arthur Qeorge Vesey 
Alexander Maxwell . . 

David Fyffe 

Geoi^e de Rottenburgh, s. 

Arthur Womb well 

William Henry OToole 
Colin Fred. Campbell . 

* LiBUTENANTa. 

Henry Steele, ad, 

Algernon R. Garrett . . . 

James Hill Albouy 

John Ellis Spilling . . . 
Henry Fuller Sandwith 
firunswick Menzics . . . 
Chaa. Robert Shervinton 
Robert William Piper . 

William Hardy 

John Edward Lyons . . . 
James George Clarke . 
John H. Chambers . • . 
Albert Nicholas 

EXSIOMS. 

George Fred. Dallas . . 

John Crymes 

Brent Neville 

Cha.Somerville M'Alester 
Edward Wemyss 
Dacre J. Barrett Lennard 
Henry Ridge Wolrlge 



EiraiQir. 



LIEUT. 



2 May 16 

P 3 Dec. 29 

13 Nov. 22 

P29 May 35 

P19Jnne 36 

Pll June 36 

7 Apr. 25 

P 5 Apr. 39 

P 12 Dec. 34 

1 May 40 

1 Feb. 39 

] June 41 

PIO Apr. 40 

p 2 June 41 

P 30 Oct. 41 

4 Mar. 42 

20 May 4*2 

28 May 42 

P 27 Sept. 42 

P 3 Mar. 43 

26 Apr. 44 

31 May 44 

P 6 Dec. 44 



25 Feb. 20 
P21 June 31 

11 Aug. 20 
P25 Aug. 37 
P2d Dec. 38 

2 Apr. 41 
P 27 Apr. 27 
P29 0ct. 41 

31 May 39 
10 Mar. 42 

27 May 42 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 3 Dec. 41 

3 Apr. 44 

26 Apr. 44 
P 16 May 45 

6 July 45 
P 11 July 45 
P 8 May 40 
P 6 N.iv. 40 
22 Feb. 47 
30 Mar. 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 1 



CAPTAIN. 



1 Apr. 31 
P 5 AprU39 

2 Apr. 41 
P 22 July 42 
P 27 Sept. 42 
p 16 May 45 
P 13 July 32 
p 8 May 46 

8 Jan. 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 46 



31 Dec. 41 



Major Stoart terv«d at tH« 
slego and capture of Klttoor in 
the East lodies In Dec. 1834. 

Paymaster Corcoran served 
tifo Coorg catnpait;n in the Bail 
IndtetiWllh the 48fh, in 1894. 



P 16 May 45 

P 28 Nov. 45 

P 8 May 4G 

P 6 Nov. 46 

6 Feb. 47 

p 30 Mar. 47 

31 Mar. 47 

Charles Edward Eustace !p24 Sept. 47 

Paynuw^er.— Alexis Corcoran ,• 8 July 42 i Em, 30 Nov. 88 ; Lt. ^ April, 43. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Henry Steele, 5 Nov. 47. 
QuarteT'Matter, — Samuel Scoltock, 13 March 46. 
Surgeon. — ^Wm. Irwin Breslin, M.D. 2 July, 41 ; Assist,'8urff. 8 March, 27; 

Hosp 'AuiMt, 9 Feb. 26. 
Auistant'Surgeons, — George Richard Woolhuuse, 7 Aug. 46. 

Christopher Wright Wiay, 23 March 47. 
f^eingt Yellow. 
Agenti, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

I Lord Stair irent to Plaiiilen In 17M, and lerred on the Contliieot untH the n>tura of the Britlih 
annf, in 1700. In October, IM6, be accompanied the Expedition to Hanover. In July, 1807, he went to 
Zealand, and was preeent at the tiese of Copenhagen. 

S Licnt.>Co1. Osirrett served in the Peninnula with the 0th Division in 1811, and nith the 4th Diviiion in 
1814 and la; and was preeent in all the actiooH, tiegea, and imaller aflhlrt in which thoie two DiTiaionii were 
fopcctlveljr eugkieed from Fnenles d'Onor 1» May 1811, until the end of 1818, when he wm sent to England 
Cor recovery from his wounds. He received two wounds at the attacli of the Ports at Salamanca, on which 
occnaion tha command of the Light Company of the Queen's and some Artillery deTolved upon him, lia 
being tlM only tunriTing offlcer of the oolnmn he attaclied with ; and be was again aererely wodoned In 
tbe PyreMes. 

9 M^)or Maclean served with tbe 43rd in the Peninsula from June 1819 to the end of that war in 1814, 
Indttdittg tbe action of the 14th Nov. 181S on retreat from Salamanca, battles of Tittorla, the Nlvello 
(wounded), tlie Nive, and Toulouse. Present also in the action before New Orleans on the 8th Jan. 1816. 

4 Wk^ Campbell was employed on field service In India from Aug. 1890 to March ISSS, Including tba 
•iega or Klttoor. 

197 t o 



198 



47rt ( The Lancashire) Regt. qfFoot 



|Tear«* Serr. 
61 



Full ) Half 

43 
35 

21 



18 

20 

15 

14 

16 

14 

10 

10 

8 

10 
8 
9 
7 
9 

7 
5 
4 
4 
4 
2 
9 

3 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

25 

10 

2 

23 

3 






« TABIFA"— " VITTORU"— " OT. BEBASTIAN"— " PENINSULA"—" AVA-** 

Colond. 
BOB Thomas Dalmer,* CB., 2d Ueut. 22 May, 97 j Xf. 12 June 90 ; Copt. 

23 Oct. 04 ; Major, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lieut.'CoL 17 Aug. 12 ; Col. 22 Joly 30 ; 

Mmor- Gen. 28 June 38 ; Col. 47th Regt. 16 April 47. 
Lieut.'CoUmel.—Thmp Dunda»,« Ens. 22 Aug. 05 ; Lieut. 25 Aug. 07 ; Cap*. 

16 Not. 20 ; Mqjor, P28 June, 31 ; Lteut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
Afq;©r#.— John Gordon,* Ens. 28 Sept. 13; Lieut. 13 Apr. 20; Capt. Pll Jiiae 

30; Ar<(;or,23Nov.41. , ^ ^ . ^^ 

William O'Grady Haly, ^n*. P 17 June, 28; Lieut, p 19 July, 31; Copt. P26 

Apr. 34 ; Mipor, p 19 May, 46. 







































Captains. 

John Sutton 

John Lardner* 

Henry Bridges 

William W. Rooke . . . . 
James Wood Collins . . . . 

Richard T. Farren 

Charles F. Fordyce . . . . 
Robert Samuel Torrens . . 
James Villiers 



Eirsioii. 











13ft 







Pll June 30 
5 Sept. 22 
19 July 33 
5 Sept. 34 
P27 July 32 
30 May 34 
17 Feb. 38 
P 19 Oct. 9^ 
P 31 Dee. 30 
Samuel TooseyWilliams/.|P 26 June 40 
Lieutenants. 

John Sinnott, adj 

Robert Wm. Lowry, r. . . 

Claremont Skrine 

Henry Call Lodder • • . . 

Frederick Estwick 

Henry Meade Hamilton 
John Henry Lowndes . . 
Charles Courtenay Villiers 

Joseph Bimey 

aeo.C.Drummond Nangle 
Wm. Fred. Aug. Rooke 
George William Armtt . . 

Thomas Roper 

Ensigns. 
Sampson Pilkington .... 

Henry Nangle 

Charles Elgee 

Nathaniel Geo. Philips . . 
William Henry Longmore 
Thomas Wm. Wollocombe 
Wm. Octavius Lawrence 
Chas. Aldersey Stevenson 



LIEUT. 



P 22 Oct. 

12 July 

P 17 Feb. 

P 19 Oct. 



33 
25 
37 
38 



P22Noy. 36 

31 Jan. 40 

3 July 40 

P 15 Jan. 41 



CAPTAIN. 



26 July 37 
P 29 Dec. 40 
P 30 Aug. 30 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P 22 Feb. 89 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P 13 July 41 

12 May 43 
P 19 Apr. 44 
P 10 May 44 
P 23 Aug. 44 

29 Jan. 
P 30 Jan. 



p 17 Feb. 37 

2 June 40 
P 3 Not. 40 
P 13 July 41 
P30May 43 

3 Jan. 45 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 13 July 47 



P 24 Sept. 41 P 24 Dec. 47 
29 Apr. 42 



46 
46 



45 
46 



3 Jan. 

17 Jan. 

14 Apr. 46 
P 19 May 46 
Pll June 47 
PIS July 47 
P24 Dec. 47 
P25 Dec. 47 



2 Feb. 40 
12 May 43 

8 Apr. 42 
P 19 Apr. 44 

8 Oct. 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 

3 Jan. 45 
PSOJan. 46 
P 19 May 46 
Pll June 47 
p 13 July 47 
P24 Dec. 47 

do* 



do. 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



Paymaster.— Douglas Leith Cox, 25 Sept. 40 ; Ens. 30 Nor. 00; X<. 20 Oet. IS. 
A4futant.— Lieut. John Sinnott, 25 July, 37. 
Quarter-Master.— WiWlua M'lntosh, 25 Sept 46. 

5ur9r.— Robert Battersby, 2 July, 41 ; A.-Sur. 28 Sept 26; Has.'- A. 29 Dee. 96. 
Assistant'Surgeon. — George Saunders, 16 Dec 45. 

Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, John Atkfaiao&y JSsq. 
[Returned from the West Indies, January, 1844.] 



1 May^-Oentnl Dalncr*! Mrrfcct:— IxpcdMon to Ottcnl In irsS; to HoUaad, In 179*. IneliidliHr tho 
Ibldrr, f7tla Atwuat, and tbo Mibtrquent actkais of the SSnd and Mh Oetobvr. SxpfdMoa to Pcfret, TIfo Boy. ood < 
In ISM. ICTPtlaa fuopolcn of IBOI. locladinc the mttUmt of the Stk. 11th. ISth, ud tin of MorA. 
BoaoTtr IB llOft $ oad thai to CopcahM«o ht IW, iBcliidii« the opcntkns which tod to iho tmfttalaaitm of 
tho csptoic of th« Danish Sect. ExpHlitioa to Conmaa io 1808. locladiag iho o^cratlou la tho North of 
qiMOtljr ro<«Dbarkrd at Corvono. Pcniiuiilar coapolfna of 1811, 11, and 11* tnetodlac the actlaas of H 
de PoBte. bottles of Solamonco (serprplf wmoHtod) aad VlttorU. COimioIgn of ISlftk taclvdiog thi 
(whno his hone was kiltod ondrr hfan), assault aad copture of Cambrofi and o^tore of Tmht, Medal 
IfTPt ( aad a owdal and • clasp far the battles of Salamanca and Vltttwia. 

t Lieut.- Colonel Dundaa served on the expedition to South America, Inclndlnf the taklaf of Xnldonhd* 
•everal aliirmlahes, and ttormlns of Monte video. SeTeral tkirmiiheB In the East Indietf la 1811. Buraie— 
war from Jan. 18S0 until peace was proclaimed. 

S If ^or Oordon eerred the campaign! of 18ia» 17, and 18, in Malwa ; in the ^lalsB Galf la ISM aad M, 
and in Ava in 198ft andO. Wounded at Donabew 28th March, and on the HeighU near Prone^ M Osc Uta 

4 Captain Lardner larred In Cha Bnimeet war tntm Dec 1894 until peace was prodalsMd. 




in] ^®''* ( ^^^ Northamptonslare) Regt of Foot. 199 

tO"— " TALAVEHA "— " ALBUHERA"— " BADAJOZ"— « SALAMANCA"-* 
« VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— « ORTHE8"— « TOULOUSE"— 

« PENINSULA." 

jYwn'Berr. Colonel. 



65 



Foil 
Pmj, 



29 
27 
27 



Half 
P.J. 



6 



26 


3 


21 


u 


18 





29 


7 


16 





16 





20 





18 





10 





12 





14 





10 





9 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





3 





9 


^i 


4 





10 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





I 





1 





40 


lA 


14 





10 





16 





7 






9 Geor^ Hiddlemore/ CB. Sru. Jan. 93; Zieut, 6 April, 93; Capt. 15 Oet 
94; Mqfor 14 Sept 04; Lieut.-CoL 2 Nor. 09; Col. 12 Aug. 19; Mq^or- 
Qen. 22 July, 30; Lieut. -Qen. 23 Nor. 41 ; Col. 48th Regt. 31 May, 43. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 

Hon. Arthur Alexander Dalzell, Ens. 29 Apr. 19 ; Zieut. p 6 Feb. 24 ; Capt. 9 2 
June, 27 ; Mqfor, p5 Jan. 41 ; Lieut.-Col p23 April, 41. 

Minors. 

9 ilflft William Bruce,* KH. Ens. I Dec. 0«; Lieut. 17 Jan. 08; Capt, P14 
March, 11 ; Mqfor, p31 Dec. 27 ; Brev.'Lieui.'Col. 23 Nov. 41. 

Robert Cole, Em. 21 Not. 16 ; Lieut, p 26 Dec. 22 ; Capt. p 14 Aug. 27 ; Brevet- 
Mt^or, 23 Not. 41 ; Mqjor, 19 Dec. 46. 



Captaiks. 

Hunter Ward 

Jas. Webber Smith' 

Benjamin Riky 

Hender MQunsteven^. . . . 

John Moore Roas 

Maurice Fmm^tt 

George Mowbr^ Lys' . . 
CUffoid Felix H««iry . . . . 

Andrew Green . . ^ 

William Adam . 



^ . • • • 



LlBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Wheeler,* at^. . 
Robert Warburton . . . c 
Clement Wm. Strong . 

Wm. Fetherston 

Wm. FrsroeWyndowe . 
Alfred AuguBtuB Chapman 
Reginald Bainbrigge .... 

Frederick West 

G. Abercrombie Robinson 

CamSykes 

Cha. Anderson Morshead ' 

James Mancor 

David Douglas Wemyss 

Ekbions. 
H.R. Morthner O'Sullivan 



EVSIGir. 



P 9 Sept. 

P 11 July 

P 9 Nov. 

30 Dec. 

p 9 Aug. 

P 19 Apr. 

2 Mar. 

P 25 Dec. 

12 Jan. 

P 23 Dec. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



19 P3l 



20 
30 
12 
33 
33 
28 
35 
38 
36 



11 Feb. 34 
P 8 Sept. 38 

18 Jan. 39 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P 29 Apr. 42 

20 May 42 

11 Nov. 42 
Pll Aug. 43 

26 July 44 
P 17 Jan. 46 

1 1 July 37 

5 July 44 

P 4 Aug. 38 

25 July 46 



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30 

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20 
30 

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Nov. 

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14 
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31 
38 
40 
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Magnus F.Morton Herbert p30 Dec. 46 



Cha. Raleigh Chichester 
Samuel John Maclurcan 
Oliver Matttiew lAtham 
William Henry Caimes . • 

Conrad Tulk 

Henry Grattan Busbe 



. . 1 1 



27 Jan. 37 
P23Apr. 41 

6 May 42 
P 29 Mar. 44 

5 July 44 
P 17 Jan. 46 
P 28 Aug. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P14 Aug. 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P28 JuDe39 
P20 July 47 
11 Mar. 42 



30 
P 3 
P 8 

19 
P29 
P 2 
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Sept. 38 
Sept. 38 
Nov. 38 
Apr. 40 
Jan. 41 
Dec. 45 
Jan. 47 
Apr. 47 
May 46 



28 June 38 



7 Pftymaster Pennington 
■enred in the Peninsula wUh 
the 5th, from June 1800 to 
May 1814, Including the baltla 
of BuBaco, aetiont at Torres 
Yedras, Leria, Redlnha, Pom- 
bal, Bobleda, Condelza, Fos 
d'Arouoe, Ouarda, Ic Babugal; 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, lit 
iiege of Badiy|o> in May and 
June 1811 (on the Otta June 
commanded a party of 1 serJeant 
and 80 men, which drove the 
eonny's piquet from the foot of 
the Breach); actions at Campo 
Mayor, £1 Bodon, and Fuenla 
Oulnaldo ; siege and storm of 
Ciudad Rodrlgo (receired two 
contusions in the Trenches, by the explosion of 
a 18-inch shell), siege and storm of BadiOoi, 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles 
of Vlttoria, Pyrenees, MlTeUe, NIts, Orthes, 
and Toulouse. 



31 Mar. 46 
P28 Aug. 46 
P 20 Jan. 47 
p 2 Apr. 47 
p 20 July 47 
P28Sept.47 

Paymaster. — ^9 James Mabterson Pennington^ 25 Jan. 16; Ens. P5 Feb. 07; 

Lieti/. p31 Mar.08. 
At^utant.^Lieta. Henry Wheeler,* 11 Feb. 34. 
Quarter-Master. — James Earlsman Richardsooy 9 Mar. 38. 
Surgeon. — David Dyce, 13 Dec 44 ; Assistant-Surgeon, 15 Nov. 33. 
Assist.'Surg. — Robert Bowen, 18 May, 41. 
I I [& Co. 

Faeinffs Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.^Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt,, Annit. 

[Returned from Jamaica, March 1847.] 

1 UeaL-Oeneral Mlddlemore served In command of his Company of the 80th as Marines on board 
B. M.S. Brutunfiek, with Lord Howe, and afterwards in the North Sea with Lord Duncan. Accompanied 
the force to Egypt from India, under Sir David Baird, and has receired the Egyptian medal. Served 
also in the Peninsula with the 48th regiment, and has received a medal for the battle of Talavera, the com- 
mand of the regiment having devolved on him after CoL Donelan was wounded. 

9 Lleut.-Col. Bruce served in the Peninsula wiih the 70th from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, includ- 
ing the battles of the Pyrenees on the 88th, 80th, and 80th July, the blockade of Panipeluna, battles of the 
KiveOe and the Nlve (10th to ISth Dec.}, investment of Bayonne, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

S Captains Webber Smith (wounded) and Lys, and Lieutenant Wheeler, were present at the attack and 
captore of Coorg, in the East Indies, in April, ISJM. 

4 Capt. Monnsteven served at the attack of varlons posts, ke. on the Frontiers of Canada, and 
within the United States in 1813, 14, and 16. Served also with ths 48th in the operations against tha 
Ri^ of Coorg, in April, 18S4. 

5 Lirat. Morshead served tn the 41st during the whole of the iiinfsi|ii oT 1849 in All||hanlstan, and was 
present in the engagements vrith the enemy on the S8th March and 88th April in tha Plsheen Valley ; in 
that of tha 90tii May, near Candahar, 80th Aug. at Ooalne, Mh Sept. before Ohuxnee, occupaUon and 
destruction of that fononess and of Cahool, expedition into Kohlstan, storm, capture, and destruction of 




Years' Serv. 



44 



200 AdtMThePrincess Charlotte of fFates\arHert8.)ILofFaat.[ m SSu.. 

»• EGM0NT-0P-ZEE»»-C0PENHAGEN»'-"QUEEN8T0W»."-"CHINA/*-T*#i>r«tf«»,'» 

ColoneL—B Wi Sir Edward Bowater,* KCH. Ent. 31 Mar. 04 ; I«i. <c Cflp#. 
23 Alig. 09; Cap^ & Xe.-Coi. 25 July, 14; CoZ. 12 Oct. 26; Mt^-Chn. 10 
Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Co/. 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. 
Lieut'ColoneL— Henry William Adams,' CB. Ens. 31 July, 23 ; Xi«i* P31 Dec. 
26 : Capt. PlO June, 26 ; Af^or, p 18 Jan. 39 ; Lt.-CoL p 13 Mar. 40. 




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Captains. 
John Myers Montgomery* 
John Thornton Grant ^ . . 
Henry Qeorge Hart .... 
Henry Gamer Rainey' . . 
Charles Thomas Powell^ 

David M*Adam* 

John Grant 

Wm. H.Clinton Baddeley' 
Charles Stuart Glazbrook 
George Francis Stuart . . 

Lieutenants. 
Lachlan H.G.Maclean .. 
Richard Thompson .... 
Cha. Philip Jos. Stopford* 
Henry 8. M. D. Fulton. . 

Leopold Bellairs 

James Hesketh Biggs . . 
J. Wells Armstrong, aefj. 

I David Seton 

' Charles Jones Powell. . . . 
' Francis Jame» Bainpfylde 

John Hynde King 

{ Cha. Garner Richardson 

Cadwalladur Adams .... 
Ensigns. 

George Chichester 

Wm. Whitaker Maitland 

Herbert Rocke 

William Bellairs 

John Nason 

, T. Edwyn Houghton Piatt 

James William Dewar . . 

Rob.G. A .deMontmorency 



ensign. 



LIEUT. 



24 Dec. 20 

28 Apr. 28 
1 Apr. 29 

12 Apr. 31 
P20NOV. 35 

28 Apr. 37 
P30 0ct. 35 
Pll Oct. 39 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P23 June37 

26 Dec. 34 



2 Jan. 33 
12 Nov. 30 
19 July 32 

8 June 33 



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P24Jane42 

30 July 42 

1 Dec. 42 

P 27 Dec. 42 



PlO Feb. d7,Pl6Dec 43 
24 July 39 P 8 May 40 
?28Nov. 37 14 Apr. 46 
p 7 Sept. 41 P 9 June 46 
P27 Dec. 42P26Aug. 46 



P 5 Apr. 39 



P 12 May 43 



31 Aug. 38 
P 26 Feb. 42lP17 Nov. 43 
P 17 Sept. 30 P 26 Jan. 41 



8 Jan. 41 
28 Dec. 42 
P 30 Dec. 42 
P 18 Aug. 43 
p 30 Dec. 36 
P 6 Apr. 44 
P20 Aug. 44 
25 June 44 
P 4 Oct. 44 
P 2 Sept. 45 

P 29 Nov. 44 
P 16 May 45 
P23 May 45 
P 8 May 46 
9 May 46 
P 9 June 46 
P 7 July 46 



1 Nov. 42 



p 29 Nov. 44 
2 Apr. 4r 

8 May 46 

9 June 4(> 
7 July 46 

p 25 Aug. 46 
P23 Mar. 47 



4 Capt. ttaat t tmt r jy 
Anojri CliuMa, ChhAae (aavatvly 
wouiMlvd), Nlngpob 
(wounded). H» i 
Um ttmrj peter to aMcvlaf tha Krmj, 

5 Capt. PawvU 

» on r 1 d A MTTCd ia Ul* 

P 30 July 44jop«,Mk»«laSeliidcaMlerSiti 
13 Aug. 44l Napier, lacludlag Ike taiiln <d 
' Mcranea Md HjdtabaS {.UeOaly. 
Capti PowcU was abo at Ibe de> 
■trueUim of lat Port «< laiaiwa^tntr. 
e Capt. M'Adaia wu at the Bret 
taklar af Cbuaaa, aad at Waoeaag, 
Ctiia Klaaf Poo^ aad Maaklo. 

7 Capt. Baddeley wm at Amf^ 
Chumn (tad a»ptttr«). Nuicp^ **• 
voau, Cbapooi Wooaoai. aad C%ia 
Kiaa« Poo. al whtdi laM Ite wm 
twice wouaded— oaee daageroualy fej a baU wblcb frar> 
tared the thifh bone. 

9 Lt. Maeleaa Mnrcd Ibtoovhoaf 
operattons in China, rseept Stgoaa. 



I 9 Mr. Lorlmer Mrred in the 
to tiie rad of that war ia 1SI4. 

i It Qr-Maalcr MayiM. 
the Srtt takiag oT Chiuaa. 



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P25AU/. 4« 
Pat/master. — Henry Seymour Michell,' 9 April 47 ; Ent. P22 May 35; lAeut, 
Af^jutant. — Lieut. James W>lls Armstrong, 25 Aug. 46. [22 Mar. 39. 

Quarter-Master. — Henry Mayne," 23 June, 37. 

Surgeon.—}^ Wm. Lorimer.»3 Nov. 37 ; il .-5ur^. 22 June, 15; i7. J. 10 Jniiey 1 1. 
Assist. Surg. — Henry Beck with, 3 Nov. 46. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 6l Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, 
[ Returttedfrom Bengal, 24 A ug. 1843. ] [ Ot., A rmi t & Ca 

1 sir Edward Bowater lerved with the 3nl Ouardt, at the aiece and takiaf of Coprahacwi, Ib 1807 i and antiMqiwtli la 
the Peniiuuta rrran Dee. 1808 lo Nor. 1809, and acain ttnm Dec. 1811 tn the rad of that war n ISM. taeiadi^ «w p^wnr tf 
the Doum aad tahiaa of Opurto, battle* of Tatavtra and Salamaaaa. rapture of Madrid, alrt* «f Barnoa, hattlw af ikttowia. 
aleve of San SebMtiao, pasface uf ihe Bidaaaoa. and baule of the Nire (Mafoi^a liouae). Srrred ate Um eavpajfa af WIS, 
loeludhijr the battl**! of Quatrt Bru aad Waterloo. Wouniird at Talavera, and a^aia at Waterloo. 

t Lieut..Col. Adanit rummanded Che ISih tn the Mlowtnf operaCloas ia CMaa, m.. the Srt lahiaf af 
and takinf the H^iaht* above tlie city of Canton, capture of Aaioy, aeeond capture of ChuMB. < 
fled HrifhUof Chinhae.aad capture of the city of Niiwpo- 

S Major Paber. Captain* Grant and Rainey, aad Paymaster MIcbelU ttrred thro«itbo«t Um wfcn M of 
Chtaa, eomiaeneinc with the flnt taking of Chuaan, and tenwInaliBg with the rtiat<mnatl<>« bcibvo Naahin, 
•tona aa4 capture of the heights abora Canton, attack and eaptara of Aney. aecond captnra of 
^ U»* height! of Chinhae. oecupatioa of Ningpo. repulse af the alght attack oa NIagpah 
sntov ikIm d camp on the heights of Segoaa, attack and eaptara af rhepftPt Wooaaaf, as 
WH wim n d td at Chia Kiang Poo. 

19 Lieutenant Ljttsr Mired In the wan of Soereislon In Porta^ and In Spain, firom inS to 1S41, m 
"S '^ S ^V ^P'l^tt of Infantrjr and Carmlry, aad was pment in Oporto doring the Sicfs, and at tbf> Stof* aad CMun 
t*Zbt. ^ ''^"' ''o**t>'*bl^* Morella, Berga, and CaAlclott^ (severoly wounded). Wm on (lis Staff of Ovnml Don 
i££ * 3 I><(VO U>on, entnmandinic hit aacort, and extra aide-df>-cainp. He was twice decorated with Um Order mt 
" St. Pordinand rorchameaorcBralrj at Alloand Ri>nra.and wlib the inedala lor the ilegoai»dcsJMMi« aritna 
and Mr)rp,la. H** »erred with thrdOih in the hati e of Punniar (laedai;. 

2-2 Lieut. De Montmornncf M>rvpd with the 26th in China (Medal), and wm praaent nt the delHice ot 
Ninepo, altnrk and capture of Chapoo, Shaiphiil, Woosung, and Chin Klaug Foo. Be mrtf^ with the 
60th on tli<* SutleJ (Medal), and was preaeot at the battle of Moodkee (leverely ooniusedlL ftsroanhah. 
Aliwal, and Sobnon. ^^ 

83 Lieut, b Igpe sprred on the SntlrJ (Medal), at Moodltee, Feroiethah, Allwai (wottnded>. aad 9ahr««. 
24 Lt. Rarnrt «rrv*d on lh«> Sutli;} (Medal).— at Moodkee and Perof«hah (aevetwlr wouadedV 
«S Assist. Stirf^«on Youn« nerred with thv SiHh In the camjMifn on the 8«tl4 (Msdal)^ 'wfrf*Tr th« 
battles of Feroceshah and Sobraon. 







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rriw SpAifur with tlM word* «• EGYPT "— " VIMIERA'*— " COHUKNA"—" ALMARAZ "- 
•• VITI'oRIA "-" PYRENEES"—" NI VE "-" 0RTHE8"— " PENINSULA"-* PUNNIAR ' 
•• MOODKEB»»— " FERUZESHAH »'— " ALIWAL"— "SOBRAON." 

Colonel, — 9 Sir John Gardiner,* KCB. Eng, 23 Nov. 91 ; Liettt. 12 July 93 * 



P26 Sept. 11 ; Mqjor, P18 Oct. 21 ; Lieut,-Col. P2 Sept. 24 ; Col, 28 June, 38. 
9 Joseph Andenon,' CB. KH. Efis, 27 June, 06; Lieut, 6 Oct. 08: Capt, 20 Jan. 

14; iir<yor, P16 Feb. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 April, 41. 
Af<y*(w#.— Peter John Petit,* CB. Ena. p 19 May 25 ; Lietd. 12 Feb. 28 : Cant. 

P28 May 33 ; Major, P30 Sept. 42 ; Brevet Lf.-Col, 30 April, 44. 
Geo.M'LeodTew.*^iw.l9 Aa.l3; L^.30 8ep.l9; Cr/»f 12 Jan.34; 3f^/.10 Apr.4n. 










3 






Captains. 

J. Brathwaite Bonham*. . 
Wm. Langley Tudor, #.• 

William Knowlee'' 

Richard Waddy« 

George Frederick Long" 

Henry Needham*^ 

James John Enoch 

John Lucas Wilton" 

Harry Wahiright Hough*' 

John Olaus Moller 

Lieutenants. 
James Griffith Smyth'*. . 
H. Anthony 0'Molony'» 
Benj. Grey Mackenzie,' r. 
Henry Williams Wily" . . 
Ed w.Cowell Mullen ," J ^\ 
Wm. Scott Carter" .... 
HeathfieldJas. Frampton '< 
Charles Abney Mouat". . 
Robert Bridges Bellers** 
FrederickTorrens Lyster'" 
Charles Hen. Tottenham*' 
Edward John Chambers^* 
R. E. De Montmorency*^ 
William Percival Elgee''^ 
Richard Moore Bames^^ 

John Purcell" 

Cha. HUdebrand SlcsRor*^ 
Cha.AlfredPoyntzJame6^ 
William Robarts Farmar^ 

Thomas Ryan 

Robert Hyde Page 

MicbaelCreaghSing leton** 



ENMKiN. 



P 1 Oct. 29 

9 Apr. 26 

P 9 Aug. 33 

17 Aug. 32 
P 27 Sept. 33 

16 Sept. 36 

16 Dec. 36 

P 13 Mar. 27 

P 20 July 38 

18 June 41 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P28 May 33 j*' 20 July 38 



P 26 Nov. 29 

P 20 July 38 

4 May 36 

P 17 June 37 

27 Nov. 38 
P 9 Feb. 39 

16 Mar. 
P 10 Jan. 
P 8 Feb. 



32' 

40 

43 



Ensigns. 
Wm. A . Douglas Anderson 

William Bellers 

Parr William Kingsmlll 

WilliamBarry 

Edwurd George Hibbert 
Walter Devereux Shirley 



P 4 June 36 

P 24 Dec. 38 

22 Apr. 36 

27 June 38 

P26 Aug, 36 

P 7 Apr. 37 

4 Aug. 40 

6 Mar. 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 

20 Jane 41 
P21 Jane 41 
P20 Aug. 41 
P 17 Nov. 40 
P27 May 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 

29 Mar. 44 

21 Dec. 44 

22 Dec. 44 
P26 Feb. 46 

23 Sept. 46 
P 30 July 44 
P 6 May 42 



16 Feb. 40 
10 Mar. 37 

P17 Feb. 38 
15 Nov. 

17 July 40 



1 April 41 

P 26 June 41 

18 Nov. 41 

P 8 Feb. 42 

30 Dec. 43 

17 Jan. 46 

16 July 46 

10 April 46 

P 30 Dec. 46 



BREV.-MAJ. 



30 April 44 



19 June 46 



1 Apr. 46 

26 June 46 

7 Aug. 46 

IJan. 47 

P29 Apr. 46 

P 13 Aug. 47 



4 Uc jt.-CoI. Petit oomnMnded lb* 

»lh at the Imttie of Pannmr, and 

bad hia bone ibot under him. U« 

•f^ed **«o dariiiy the opernuona on 

QQ the SuilH (Medal), and cominanded 

«» 1 the SOth in the h.ittlM of Moodkee, 

Feroieshah (t*ro horaea ahut under 

9*1 Qt^nt^ Ai\ I """J*. ?■"* Sobraon (danirrroualT 

^.J &ept. 4U w»uaded> : wm »lao preaeut at AU- 

P20 Aug. 4lra\f., -r ^ ^ » . 

■»« e * ji I * "•Jw Tew and Capt. Bonham 

lO oept. 41 were preaent with the &Oth in the 

P no Spnt 42 ' **»**'• °f Punnier (Medal). Th«-T 

•^OU Oepl.4Z,«.„^ alao the compaiipn on the 

P 1 Nov, 42 1 S"iy (Medal), in IWi-d, including 
R s;«T»f ±*\ » ,* *«"*•• "f Moodkee, Feroxeahah, 
O 5»epi. 40 Ahwal, and Bobraon, at which laat 
30 Dec. 43 , "'J.^"* UanMroualy woundrd. 

Mnjur Tudor aenred aa Aide^^ 
44 ' camp to Omeral Grey in the actwo 
of Punmar. 

7 Capt. Knowlea was preaent with 
the 60th in the battle of Pnnniar 
(Medal). He aenred alao the ram« 
iwiijf n on the Sutlej (Medal), in ll»46- 
0, including the biittlea of Moodkee, 
Fer.neahuh (wound. ), tk Aliwal ( dan- 
fferoualy wound., riirht lejf amputat.) 

8 C'Hpt. Waddy, Lieut. Mackenzie, 
Qnarter-Maater Moore, Dra. David- 
son and Bnrlow, were preaent at tha 
battle of Paniiinr. iind have teceired 
the Bronxe 8tar of India. Mr. Moor* 
WHJB also at Moodke*, Feroxeahah , 
Aliwal, and HoUmon ; and I>t. Ua- 
vidaon was at Moodkee & Feroaevhah. 

,«? **'^o'" ^ng Mrred the eampaixtia on the HntleJ 
(Medal), in thr tOth, inclndinfr the battlea of Moi>dkte. 
(wounded), Feroieahah, Aliwal, and Sobraon, in 
which luat he aueceeded to ita command 

10 Capt. Needham waa preaent with the 60th in tha 
battle of Puiiniar (Medal). He serred alao the cam- 
miSrn on the SutleJ (Medal), inoludinf the battlea of 
Moodkee (aererely wounded), and Sobraon (dan- 
feroualjjr wounded). 

IS Laentenants CMoloay and Wily, And Aaaist- 
rl'.'*: .?"''• aerred the cAtnpaigrn on the SutleJ 
(Medal), iiielodin^r the battlea of Moodkee, Peroie* 



44 
46 

46 
46 



P 12 Jan. 
6 Oct. 

6 July 

7 Feb. 
1 1 Ft b. 

10 April 46 

11 April 46 
28 Aug. 46 

P 13 Aug. 47 
P 29 Dec. 43 



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n ^ <ri -^ , ^ , , t,^^ <, •*"»b, Aliwiil, aiid Sobraon. 

Paynuuter,— John Beacb Dodd,=" 26 Sept. 40 ; Em. 24 May 24 ; Lieut, 31 Oct. 26. 
Ac^utant. — Lieut. Edward Cowell Mullen,'^ 6 July 46. 

Quarter- Afa^/er.— Joseph Moore,* 28 Aug. 38. [24 June 16. 

Surgeon.— Jun&i Davidson,* 28 July, 40 ; Assist. -Sura. 30 July, 26 ; Hosp. AssUtl 
As»ist.'Surgs.--Jo»eph Burke,*^ 10 Jan. 40. 

Cuthbert Fetherston Hough Barlow," M.D., 7 Oct. 42. 

William Baker Young,** 8 April, 42. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cos & Co. 

I «r John Oardiner served in Lord Moira's expeditioo in PUnders and Holland in 1794 and 05. Aetlvtly enplorcd In 
tte West Indict, from 17M to ISM. Aeeompanied the expedition to Walcheren in 1909. Serred in the Peninsula dorinc 
I81S and U, and commanded a brlfade at the batUes of the Nlvelle and Orthes. for wbldi he has rM«lT«d a medal anda 
elasp. Commanded the Infantry Brif adc that took poasesalon of Boardeanx. and In the various epcffatians wUcb took place 
la the nelfbbourhood of that town nnUl the embarkation of the army for America. 

t CoU W odehonse lerved in Portugal fVam May 1808 to Dee. 1811, includlnf tha battle of Vlmlera. eampal|n from Lisbon 
^t'**^ '^ *■"***" ** BnaMO and Paentes d'Onor | arrrcd the campaitn of 18U la the South of Pmnee. Ineludinc the 
aflhir at Tarbcs and battle of Toulouse. 

S LC-Col. Anderson's serrlees i- Bxpcdltion to Calabria, Including the battle of Maids and suhseqneirt operaUons, and eap- 
Um ofthefortreat of Catnme j expedition to Egypt In 1907 ; Pentniula from April 1909 to Jan. 1811, hKluding the battles o# 
niavm (wounded) and Busaco, retreat to the linea of Torres Vedras, and various albirs there t with the advanee at SsplahaL 
Mttteor Pnantea d'Onor, and many other aflhirs and airmlahes. Served at the capture of Oandalonpe in 1BI&. Commaadcd 
a Brigade at Oie batae of Prnmlar. and was Mvercly wounded al iu head when in the act of ebargl^ tha tMvy'a 

For Notes 19. and 99 to 88, see vretedino pace. 



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54 



202 [J|^r^wSS^X] bXst {The 2nd Yorkshire west Ridvig) or KSJ^JiiS: 

The Kinds Oton Light Infantry BegL 

" MINDBN "—« CORUNNA "— " SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA "— *• PYRENEES"— 
" NIVELLE"—"ORTHES"— "PENINSULA"— ^* WATERLOO." 

CoUnuL 
9 Sir Benjamin D'Urban,i OCB.KCH., Comgt, April, 1794; Ueui. \ St^, 94 ; 

Capf. 2 Jiily,94; Mqjoril Nor. 99; Lieut.-CoL 1. Jan.1805; Col. 4Jime,13; 

Mqjor-Qm, 12 Aug. 19; Lt,'Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Coh 6l8t, 25 Dee. 89. 
Lieut.'CoUmeU,—9 Wi Wm. Henry ElUott,' KH. JBns. p 6 Dec 09 ; Xt. v 13 Aug. 

12 ; Capt* P9 Nor. 20 ; Mqjor v 12 July, 31 ; Lieut,'CoL p27 June, 38. 
Edw. St. Maur, Ens. p 22 June, 15 ; Lieut. P 16 Not. 20 ; Capt. p 29 Hay, 83 ; 

Mqjor P 1 July, 37 ; Lt.-Col. 4 July, 45. 
Mqjori.'^Wi Fred. Mainwaring,' Ens. 5 April, 10; Lieut. 15 April, 13; Copt 

4 Dec. 28 ; Major p 27 June, 38. 
Arnold Charies Errington, Ens. p 4 Feb. 26 ; Lieut. 13 Sept. 31 ; Capt. p 14 Jaly, 

37 ; Mqjor, P25 July, 45. 



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38 
22 



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17 
17 
17 
21 
29 
15 
13 
9 
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7 
7 

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9 
9 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
4 
5 
3 
4 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

8 

3 

1 

I 

3 

13 

14 

4 

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Captains. 

Percy Rice 

Wm. Henry Hare 

Richard D. Baker 

Augustus Thomas Rice. 
Edward Lionel WoUey . . 
Richard Thompson .... 
William H. H. Anderson 
Hon. David Erskine .... 
Thomas M'Lean Fanner. . 
William Douglas Scott . . 
Lieutenants. 

B.C.Oraham Crookshank' 

Augustus Henry Irby . . 

ArUiur Miller Harris. . . . 

Rich. Atherton Ffarington 

David Stephenson .... 

Edward Cecil Singleton 

Charles Tho. Bcntley, n<(/. 

Henry Fletcher Marston^ 

John Henry Dickson .... 

Louis Henry Bedford . . 

William Jeffries Pegns . . 

William H. Kemp 

Alexander Philip Rossi . . 

Sydney Darling 

James Wm. Mansfield . . 

Robert Neville 

Samuel Alexander Madden 

Geo. Warburton Drought 

John George Don Marshall 

Henry Bruen Westropp 

Wm. Lemp. Fred. Sheaffe 
Ensigns. I 

Samuel George Carter . . 

R. Gordon Sanders Mason 

Archibald Robertson .... 

George Oliver Nunn .... 

Frederick John Lloyd . . 

John WilloughbyBateman 

Edward O'Cailaghan .... 

John Anderson 

John Frederick Trydell . . 

Charies Sergison Nott 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



14 Aug. 28 
P 9 Aug. 31 

13 Sept. 31 
P 11 Oct. 31 
P29Dec. 25 
P 1 Jan. 19 
20 Sept. 33 
P31 July 35 
7 June 30 

27 June 38 



P28 Nov. 34 

P25 Dec. 35 

P16 Dec. 36 

PlO Mar. 37 

4 Jan. 33 

8 Nov. 27 

28 Aug. 36 

P27 June 38 

p 8 Jan. 41 

8 Apr. 42 



CAPTAIN. 



P 2 Sept. 37 
P27 June 38 
P 5 Oct. 41 
P 15 Oct. 41 
P 31 Dec. 41 
28 Aug. 41 
P 6 June 45 
P 25 July 45 
P 7 July 46 
P20July 47 1:.^ 



BBBV.-MAJ. 



i LkaL<Col. 
BlUolt embarked 
wftt Ifce r««i 
for LUboo, 

Jan.Ull.ud 
at 
the battle cf 
PmbIm d'ODor. 
eovcrlBfilMr»«c* 
of Ciudad 

dHrv 

datg* of Badajec. 
Tal 



25 Mar. 36 

P 15 July 37 

P 26 July 39 

P 3 July 40 

P 20 Feb. 41 

P31 Dee. 41 

30 May 34 

8 Mar. 39 

15 Nov. 39 

27 May 42 

17 Apr. 42 

20 May 42 

21 May 42 
30 May 43 

P 23 June 43 
P 24 June 43 
P 7 July 43 
P27 Sept.44 

14 July 43 
P 11 July 45 

6 Dec. 44 

13 June 45 

4 July 45 

6 July 45 

8 July 45 

P 21 July 45 

P 22 July 45 

10 Oct. 45 

P 25 June 47 

23 Mar. 47 

25 Nov. 45 



29 Dec. 38 
P 5 Oct, 41 
P 23 June 43 
P23 June43 
P27 Sept. 44 
P 31 Dec. 44 
11 Mar. 37 
8 Aug. 41 
20 May 42 
P 22 Dee. 43 
4 July 45 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
p 22 July 45 
P 25 July 45 
P20 July 47 
6 Aug. 47 



MorcaM. battle of S a laitiw a, cap- 
tor* of Madrid and lh» Kfiro, 
coTcrlng the aleg* of Bttifoa, re- 
tnat lata Portucal dwiaf vbleb 
operation he atrrr4 aa Akic-de- 
Camp to CoL MUrliell. Mat rrfl. 
eommandlBf tho br|(adc. and re- 
ceived a eontoaloa oa the khaaldn 
when In th* art of deUTtriac ■■ 
oitler to an oBeor In advaaee. la 
Jnac ISia, be wm •p9o4iitcd aa 
Aldc-de-Caap to MaJor-GenHal 
larUa. and vaa praarnt at dw bai. 
aea of the Pr<taet% SSth aad ll«t 
July— rrertTcd a fle«b wodBd. aad 
had a bone kilted ; atUao a Lciaca. 
paaaafeofthoAdour, battle of NU 
vclla, attaek of Ibr helgbta of 8L 
P<. and battle of Orthei. Ar- 
pointed Mi^ af Bricnde •» tbe 1st 
Brigade, 7ih dlviaioB. 
aa anrti oniil the cod i 
Servfd alao Ih* caaapalcn of ltl&. 
laelttdiiV the baiila of Wi 
eaptweof 
tloBof Paria. 

S MaJar MaiBWHlvt aerrad la 
the Peiilaanlai IHmi March Mil «a 
Jan. 1S14, iMludlat tho baldc af 
Puentca d*Onar. tad alaco of 
Job, aflbir near Val Mt 
Of Buanaaea, ivtrcai iroaa mnyoai 
and the Brtlfo, battlea of Vtttoria. Pju n ac a. and Kw 
velle. Served alao the eanpalfB of ISia^ and na pn^ 
aent at tfie battl* of Watortoo, 

4 Uevt. Mantoa aerved vHh the «lat Beffl the 
eampalga of 184S In Aflkbanlitaa, and w petaeat ia 
tbe eofaceoaeBta with the cneaay on the SMh April w 
the Plaheen Valley \ In thai of the »* May 
Candahar, 90th Auf. at 
Oboaace, oeeupatlon and drrtrvcikai af 





3 

e 



and of Oabool, eipeditian Into 
tvre, and daa tm etka of 
ndnor allbita la and h 
Kbybcr Paaar^ 

Paifmaster. — Hugh Somerville Sawyer Burney, 31 July, 40; J^iu. PS9 Dec. 35 ; 
Aii^utant.^Lieut. Charles Thomas Bentley, 29 July, 41. [X#. Pl4 Jiuie,d9. 
Quarter-Master.^ytcheri Shean, 20 Aug. 44. 

Sicr^Mm.— John Hartley Sinclair, M.D. 2 July, 41 ; Aeeiet.-Surg. SI Dec 26; 
Hoip.'Amet. 14 April, 26. 
7 AuUt.'SuTfftons. — ^Thomas Leopold Belcher, 26 Feb. 41. 
6 George Cunningham Mickleham, 16 June, 43^ 

3 William Abbott Anderaon, 28 Feb. 45. 

Facinoi BUte.'-Affents, Sir John Klrkland ft Co. 
1 Sir Beqjamln IVUrbui bu roc^red a ero« snd flr« dwi» for Butaeo, Albalien, B » ii n| ot . Bhlaawarh. 
Vlttoria, Pyrmeea, Nlvelle, Nive, and Toolooae. He wnred in the Penlnaula aad Fnaee ftom Ihs auima o' 
1606 totha end of the war In 1614, and was never abwnt Intheend of 1606 and begianli«of lM$^hmxim l«o» 
Iben on the Quartermaglcr-Oeoeral't Staff of the Fortes la Portngal— he vaa — i p fc iytd by Sir John Om^ork la 
obMrvation of the French eorpa on tbe Frontiera of Castille and EMmnadura.— and, fai te cMWtt^** ^ ^** 
duty, be wae with Sir Robert Wilton In bla fMwratkma hctwMn rindad Sodrlco and Sail 



"SiSSS! ''] 52rf ( ITIke Oxfordshire) Rt of Foot (lA. Infantry). 203 

« HINDOOSTAN"— « VIMIERA"— "COHUNNA"—BUSACO"— "FUENTES D'ONOR" 

"CIUDAD RODRIGO"— "BADAJOZ"— « SALAMANCA"— «*VITTORI A"— 

« NIYBLLB"— " WIVE"—" ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"— 

« WATERLOO." 



Te> w*9 err. 
54 



Pull 
Pay. 



23 
21 



22 



22 
21 
18 
13 
13 
11 
11 
10 
10 
9 



8 
7 
7 
7 

7 
6 
6 
6 

4 
4 
4 

4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

23 

4 

3 

21 



Half 
PiV. 







A 
































Colonel, 
9 5ir Arehibald Maclaine,* CB. Em. 16 Apr. 94; Lieut. 29 April, 95; Capt* 

22 Dee. 04; M(^ar^ 4 Oct 10; Lieut.-CoL 25 Jan. 13: Cof. 22 July, 30 

JHegor-Oen. 23 Not. 41 ; Col. 62nd F. 8 Feb. 47. 
XtCTi^.-CtftotieZ.— Richard French, Ens, p Jane, 25; Lieut. P30 Dec. 26; 

Capt. P 2 Mar. 32 ; Mq;or, P 11 May, 39 ; Lieut,'Col. 16 Jan. 46. 
Mq;or$. — Henry Samuel Daris, Eru. 13 Apr. 27; Lieut. p8 Oct. 30; Capt, 

p 17 July 35 ; Mqjor, p 13 Dec. 39. 
Cecil William Forester, Ens. p 1 Aug. 26; Lieut. 14 May 29; Capt. p 4 

Dec. 35; Mq^or, 16 Jan. 46. 



A 







Captains. 
Joshua Allen Vigors .. .« 

Fred. G. Bull 

George Murray, « 

George Campbell ....*. 
Cha. Jas. Conway Mills . . 
Charles Albert Denison,^. 
Henry Moore Brownrigg 
Charles Geo. Fountaine 

William Corbett 

Fred. John Wilson 

Lieutenants. 
Robert Octavius Cuming 
M. Tan Kerkwyk Bowie 
John Hen. Fraser Stewart 
Goo. Aug. Joe. M'CIlntock 
Maxwell Du Pre Stronge 
William Felix Riley ... 
Hugh Montgom. Archdall 
Arthur Lennox Peel . . . 
Clia.Hen.RouseBoughton 
Andrew George Corbet. . 

William Fuller, a4f 

James Johnes Bourchier 

Ensigns. 
Hon. Ernest Geo. Curzon 
Charles ComwalUsRoss . . 
Geoige Charles Synge . . 
Thomas Henry Vy^yan . . 
George Parker Heathcotc 
Charles Pye Blathway t • . 
Arthur Franch Lloyd. . . . 
Lord Frederick Montagu 
Chidley Downes Coote . . 



ENSIGNS. 



P 19 Sept. 26 
25 Oct. 27 
P 25 June 30 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P 26 Dec. 34 
P 22 Sept. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 21 Sept. 38 
P 23 Not. 38 
P 1 June 39 



22 Feb. 
P 1 Feb. 
p 15 Jan. 
P 27 July 
P25 June 
P 19 Noy. 

15 Apr. 
P 2 Sept. 
p 28 July 
P 12 Apr. 

25 June 
P28 June 



39 
40 
41 
41 
41 
41 
42 
42 
43 
44 
44 
44 



LIEUT. 



P 13 Dec. 44 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 16 Jan. 46 
P 6 Feb. 46 
P 1 May 46 
P 19 June 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P 23 Apr. 47 
P 3 Sept. 47 



P 17 Sept. 29 
P 8 Feb. 31 
P 12 Aug. 34 
21 Dec. 38 
P 28 Aug. 38 
Pll May 39 
P24May 39 
P 20 Sept. 30 
P31 Jan. 40 
P 25 June 41 

3 Sept. 41 
P 22 July 43 
P 2 Feb. 44 
P 4 April 45 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 16 Jan. 46 
P 6 Feb. 46 
p 1 May 46 
p 19 June 46 
p 23 Apr. 47 

12 July 47 
P13 July 47 



CAPTAIN. BREY.-MAJ. 



P 19 Oct. 38 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P 30 Aug. 39 
P26Jan. 41 
P 25 June 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
19 Jan. 44 
P 16 Jan. 46 
P 19 June 46 
P 13 July 47 



1 sir 
■icg* 



Ben Bajah, 



Paymaster.— T. Miller Creagh, 21 June, 39 ; Ens. 23 Feb. 25 ; Lieut. 6 Mar. 26. 

A4iutant.— Lieut. William FuUer, 20 Aug. 44. 

Quoarter'Master.-—WAViam Knott, 25 Feb. 45. 

Surgeon. — ^Wm. Cmickshank, M.D. 6 Jan. 43 ; Assist.'Surg. 6 Nor. 29; Hosp.' 

Assist. 22 Nov. 27. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — Raphael Woolman Read, 31 May, 44. 

Facings Buff. — Agent, Charles R. McGregor, Esq. 
[Returned from Canada I2th August, 1847.] 

ArehllMld MacUloc't tcrrien i— MjMn eampftlfn of 1799 «|«liut Tlppoo Sulun. Ineludiiiff th« battle of MallaTeUy, 

itormtaiff of ScriofapattuB. whcf* Im noHved ttaiee wounds, from the tflteu of vbtch ho was eooSned in ho«pltaI for 

of a year. Captitra of tbo Daaiab ■etaemenc ol Truquobar, and (be Polrgar war in 1801. Ineludiag tbe battle of 

ani allUr of Somtifapore, wbete bo wae wouaded. Mabratta war of 180t, S, and 4. a«aiiMt Selndia, Holkar, and tbo 

Ineladfaiftbo itara of Julaagbur. itege and stoimlnt of Oawllfbnr, fieie of AHecrgbur (wounded), and battle of 

Ordered bone in 1904, tai eomeqacnee of wrerv wonnda rcoolved In tbe diflbreat aeUou frum 1799 to 1804. PcainM. 

or ISIS, 11. end 11, bMladli« tbe dofoneo of Cadlx, the defence of Matagorda (an eotworb ol Cadis, and a nitaed 

taken poeeealon of fton tbe enemy), from SSnd Pebmary to ttnd April ISIO, during which long period Sir 

a eaptaia la tbe old 94tb regiment, with a very emaU force under his eommaad. most gallantly kept at bay 8,000 

under Marshal Soult, who oenductad the siege, and did not evacuate until ordered to do so by Lieut. -General Sir 

OsBhaa, bit men being nearly all either killed or wounded. ScrTcd also at the battle of Banosa (dangerously 

and bis bone klUcd.) and capture of ScTllle. 



waido with the Spaniab Army of Oenend CuMta, upon the Tagui and Ouadiano, and at tho battlo of ^c^*!*!*- 
Be vas then lelected to be Quai1ennaster-G«Deral of the Portuguese Army, of which Manhal Beretford had 
reeentfy taken the oommand ; and, returning to Portugal, Joined it accordingly. In this appointment he ccn- 
Unoed to oerre throughout the war,— occasionally employed, howerer, in charge of a corpt of Portuguese 
caralry, wMch he commanded at Salamanca and Vittoria: in the other actions abore mentioned, for which 
IM ndShred decontlons, h* wao ia the performanoo of hU duties on the Stoff. 



204 rtS A-Srif*^] 53rrf( The Shropshire) Regt. of Foot 



a 



•A 

% 

CO 



Yean' Serr. 




t Bengai. 
" NIEUPORT**— "TOrRNAf— " ST. LUCIA** — "TALAVERA**— »• SALAMANCA '^-. 
«. VITTORIA** — ** PYRENEES** — "NIVELLE**— "TOULOUSB*'— " PlNlKfVLA"— 
•• ALIWAL**-- 80BRA0N.- Colonel. 



^i 



32 






7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 

8 
8 
7 
9 
6 
7 
4 
4 
6 
4 
3 
2 
6 
6 
2 

2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
14 
2 
1 
16 
12 
4 
1 



9 WL Lord Fitz Roy James Henry Somerset/ GCB. Comet, 9 June, 04 ; Xf . 90 
May, 06 j Ortp*. 5 May, 08 ; Mqj. 9 June, 1 1 ; LteiU.-Col, 27 Apr. 12 ; Coi. ^ 
Aug. 16 ; MaJ.'Oen, 27 May, 26 ; Lt.-Gen. 28 June,38 ; Col. oSrd F. 19 Not. 30. 

Lieut. 'Colonels. — Wm. George Gold,* 2fid Lt. 7 April, 25; Liettt. 26 Jane, 28; 
Capt. P 21) June, 32 ; Major ^ p 10 Feb. 43 ; Lieut.-Col. 26 Julv, 44. 
2^ John Byrne,* C B. Em. 1 Oct. 08 ; Lieut. 21 Dec. 00 ; Capt. p 19 Apr. 21 ; Brevet- 

Major, 26 Feb. 36 ; Major, 6 May 43 ; Lt.-Col. p 8 Oct. 44. 
Ji Mqjors.—UenTy Havelock,* CB., # 2</ Xf. 20 July, 16; X#. P240ct.21 ; Capt. 5 
June 38 ; Brev.- Major, 4 Oct. 42 ; Maj. 30 June'43 ; Bretf. Lt. Col, 30 April 44. 

William R. Manefield,* Ens. 27 Nor. 35 ; Lieut. p31 Aug. 88 ; CUipt, f 10 Feb. 48 ; 
Major, PS Dec. 47. 
























































ENSIGN. 



P 4 Dec. 36 
25 Nov. 24 
13 Sept. 32 

P 16 June 26 



P 28 Oct. 31 
4 Dec. i; 



P13 Dec. 
P 2 Oct. 



Captains. 
Charles Lempriere' .. 
Wm. H. II. Forbes Clarke* 

William Follows' 

Robert Boyd Brown*® . 
John C. Lambton Carter 
George Alexander Tytler" 

Thomas Ffrench'' 

George E. Hillier" .... 
CharlesFred. Havelock,'^^. 

John Chester** 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Benjamin Bastard'® 
Robert Townley Parker*® 

John Shiffner i p 16 Oct. 

A. Bowen Owen Stokes** |p29 Apr. 

William Payn'® P27 May 

Fred. Gordon Stewanl*®. . | 28 May 
Charles Fra. Wedderburne p31 May 

Thomas Mowbray i 6 June 

James Morpheti'® ; 16 Dec. 

Macartney Hume OldGeldj 20 Nor. 
George Robert Hopkins*® 28 Aug. 

John Breton*® 

Alex. James Sutherland'® 
William Hunt Grubbe*®. . 



LIBUT. 



P 12 Oct. 

1 May 

28 May 

P 10 Aug. 



38 

26 
36 
20 



28 Mar. 34 1 p 23 Sept. 36 



21 
40 



P 13 Mar. 36 
26 Apr. 28 



CAFTAIN. BRBT.-MAJ.I 



14 Dec. 38 P16 Apr. 41 



P 2 Dec. 

16 Jan. 

27 July 

Henry Buck*® 28 July 

Hen. Archibald Robertson' p 8 Apr. 
William George Spiller. . 23 Aug. 44 
Henry F. Hastings Parker P 2 May 451 
John Wm. Folio w»,*' adj.^ 31 Mar. 
Fra.W.I)urleyWaddilove p22 July 



p 19 Mar. 41 
P 3 Aug. 41 
41 
42 
42; 
42 1 
39 
40! 
40' 
41 
39 
42 
41 
44 
44 
42 



17 Apr. 
P 14 Apr. 



George Herbert Cox 
William Ro9s Fuller 

Ensigns. 
George John Ashton .... jp 23 Jau. 

Francis Stanford ; 25 Nov. 

Alex. James Johnston . . 
James Winsmore Corfield 
John Alexander Dalzell . . 

Edward Moore 

I A vary Jordan Davem . . 
Rdwanl Dyne Fenton . . 
George Wedderbum 



46 
42 
42 
46 



P31 Mar. 43 
29 Sept. 43 
26 July 44 
12 Dec. 43 
29 Mar. 44 

P 6 June 46 
31 Oct. 40 
19 Mar. 47 
12 Dec. 90, 

P 3 Dec. 47> 



3 Apr. 40 



46 

45 

23 Apr. 46 

28 Aug. 46 
30 Jan. 47 
19 Mar. 47 

29 Jan. 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 3 Dec. 47 



7 May 27 
P 1 July 42 

P 2 Dec. 42 
PIO Feb. 43 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 28 July 43 
P 12 Jan. 44 
P28 June44 
P 26 Jan. 41 

26 Feb. 42 

1 Nov. 42 

P 16 Mar. 44 

26 July 41 

26 July 44 

24 May 44 
16 Feb. 46 

22 Feb. 46 
P 8.\ug. 45 

6 July 46 
19 Mar. 47 

P 4 June 47 
P21 Apr. 46 

7 July 43 
P 3 Dec. 47 

' ia AOkhaniatan •advr GMn-rml 
Pollock, and ha« facetted Um Medal for the rr^ 
capture of Cubool; and vltb the dtd lo («i« 
campuiKfi oa the SatleJ (Medal), and wat prr«.-r 1 
at Buddiwai, A Iwal, and Bobraon. At Bw.!:*!. 
wal he acted aa Bri||ade Mi^or, and ted a huM 
«hot under him. 

19 Capt. Fftvnrh tetrad to Cktna {Me4al) 
with th> 98th, and waa at Chman, lllBinio» ri .- 
po >, Shaarhai, Wttoeaac, and Chin Klaii« Fou. 

IS {Fior Notn 19 ra 10» $e$ next pmf,) 



9 Lt Col. Gaid awed In 
campalitB on tbeSolk^ ;Medal) 
with tlie aJd. indttdiaK th« bat 
Ilea of Uaddtwal, Aliwal, and 
Subraon (woundrdV ia the f r4 
of which he commanded tb» !<• ^. 

8 Captain Clarke terred wiik 
the 47th in the Bunnell « a' : 
with the 69rd on the S'lt r] 
(Medal), and waa pfv«eoi at 
Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobrvt^t. 

Capt. Poliova waa prr«« * i 
with the 43d Uftht infifcnir^ la 
the attack oin New Orleiui* -i 
Jan. itflA. He landed with u t 
Kii%u at Oalend oa the ISth 
June follow ioc, and was pjv- 
•ent at the capture of Pari«. 

10 Captaia Bniwn, Li»«tt^ 
nanta Baa) aid, Parker, Puts, 
Steward, Mor|.bett, Uopkir*, 
Sutherland. Grubte, aad Buck, 
and Doctor Gord>ifi, amM la 
the canipa'wa oa the Sui «j 
(M«>dal), and wwea preacnt %x 
Buddiwal, Aliwal, and &>»brA' '\. 

11 Captain Tjtier arrred m ;) 
the Oih the campaign of \\*-*t 
ia AOkhaniatan 



FMlR^Red. 
Agemts^'iAtaBT%» 
CoxJkCo. 



i»ffy/iia#fer.--GeorgePottEr8kine,3Noy.43: ^w.Pll July,34: Xf.PlXar.r& 
Ai^jutant.—Lieut. John Wm. Follows," 27 May, 40. 
Quarter- Master. — William Peel, 20 July, 47. 
Surffeon.—NeUon Dartnell," 19 Jan. 44 ; Auist.-Surg. 4 Dec. 32. 
AuUtant'SuTffeons.'^ArehibaU Gordon,** M.D. 28 June, 3a 

Charles Hamilton FasaoD,<* 12 July, 44. 

,,.„.. ^ GoitionKenmureHardle,M.D.12Feb.47 

r**^. "^U* K«y 8o"»«'»«t pMfonnad the aiduoaa aad napoaaible duty of Afde-do-Ctonn> 
tary toHli Grace the Duke of WeUlnRioothfOUf bout lh« campaiims In Spain, Pnrtagal,I^L.v,r,»« 
nlZH" '''^r.' Vw • ^f *?*? **{ ^^^^ ^*"*f'^ Talarera. and BoaacoC^rotLidodTrThe attack aad 
Oporto, purauit of Marshal 8oult.rrtreat to tbelinea ofTonw Vedraa, occopallon of them. oporaU 

j;jrl?/ ***"r n !f 'ITJa ^*"*?' ''""?• **^"' '•* •*•»• <>' ^^^ the brilliant MtofS^tL^^ 
S!fiJ^^ '"•^*^' F*"1f^ Rodrifo, liege and capture of Bad^oi. battle of Salamanca. captuT«^ oTltolnd a. 
« : I ?* "?"*• *'*''*'L« ^^ *"•«»' '^^ VaUadoUa to BurfoaTTicia of that caMla, TSoiTSlWn oL^aVi^ 
3 e fl from Biifvoa to the frontiers of Portugal, adranee In laiMatUea of VUtSu MdU»^IlS,r 
- 2 3 Iruo. paaMge of the Bidamoa. the Nlrella. and the Kite : Tdraaee In ldl4, Suttoa ofOrtWuS^t 
3 8$ •"<* •7'y other affair which took place ; al«> the batUe of Qoatra Braa, retrjat of the irajnTwi 

a a ^ Puentea d'Onor, Badi^os, Salamaoca, Vitioria Pyreaeat, NlT#lla, Hf^a, Or^lM^ IM0M. 



lat« 

S4C«e 
d 



YeMn'Serv. 



44 



Full 



85 



84 



23 



^*i7?ja£] 5^th{TJie West Norfolk) Reqt. of Foot. ]^S^;^,:i^^^ 20& 

The Spktnx, with the wonU " Mi R ABOUT"— " BQYPT"— " A VA." 

ColonMlr-9 UlyveB, Xorrf Downes,* KCB. Em. 31 March 04 ; Li, 12 Not. 04 ; 

CapL 4 Sept. 06 ; Mqjar, 31 Mar. 11 ; Lt.-Col 6 Sept. 12 ; CoZ. 27 May 25; 

Mqfor-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 j t^. 64th F. 4 April 45. 
Li.'Colonel," 9 ^SSi Mildmay Fane,' EnM, 11 June, 12 ; Lt, 25 Sept. 13 j C^p^. 

P 28 July, 14 yMqj, p2 Mar 20 ; Lt.-Col. P 12 June, 23; C0<.28 June, 38. 
M<{for$.—^i&John Clark,' KH. JEns, 2 June, 14; lAetU, 27 Not. 21 ; Capt, P 29 

Aug. 26 ; Alitor, P25 Dec. 29 ; Brevet Lieut.CoL 28 Nov. 41. 
William Yorke Moore, Ens, p 15 Dec. 25 ; LietU. p 12 Dec. 26 ; Capt, p 19 July, 

33; Afiyw, P30 Dec. 42. 



Half 







33 
90 
20 
16 
12 
10 
11 
21 
19 
10 

9 
9 
8 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 

5 

4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
40 
6 
2 
9 
3 
3 



2ft 









































1^ 









Captains. 

9 John Norman^ 

John Ross Wheeler 

Henry Brown 

Bowland Moffat 

Seton Lionel Smith .... 
Alfred Robert Margary. . 
Patrick L. C. Paget, s, . . 

John Brett Chalk 

Launcelot Edward Wood 
John Arthur Skurray . . 

LlEUTENANTa. ' 

George Poulett 

George dimming Miller 
John Charles IIUI Jones 

Edward Neville 

Francis Fane, s 

John Fioyd 

William Freeland Brett 
Lawrence Trent Cave . . 
J. Sinclair Thumson, adj. 
John S. Ferguson Fowke 
Henry Edward Redmond^ 
Thos. Hungerford Powell 
A>'lmer Stranglord Craig** 

ENKIONd. 

Pridaux William Gillum 
W. Edw. Freeman O'Brien 
Fra. Wm. Tlio. Caulfield 
Henry Elliott Bayly .... 
John Fred. Flaraank .... 

Arthur Hunt 

William Frederick Hart 
George Daniel Kinahan 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



2 July 12 

30 July 28 
P14 Aug. 28 
P 22 June 32 

12 Feb. 36 
p 26 June 38 

11 Aug. 37 
P 12 July 27 
P 21 May 29 
P 3 Aug. 38 

P 22 Mar. 39 
P 19 July 39 
P16 Dec. 40 
1 June 41 
P27 Aug. 41 
P17 Sept. 41 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P 23 July 42 
P2o Not. 42 
P 30 Dec. 42 
20 May 42 
P 29 Sept. 43 

31 Mar. 43 



9 Not. 15 
P 25 Dec. 29 
P 31 Dec. 29 
p 7 Aug. 35 
P 19 July 39 

20 Oct. 40 
P 6 Aug. 41 

23 Feb. 31 
P 22 June 32 
P27 Aug. 41 



CAPTAIN. 



9 July 32 

P15 Dec 40 

P 6 Aug. 41 

P27 Aug. 41 

P30 Dec. 42 

P27 Oct. 43 

P 12 Dec. 43 

6 Dec. 44 

24 May 46 

9 Oct. 46 



P 8 Feb. 42 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P 30 Dec. 42 
p 29 Sept. 43 
P 12 Dec. 43 
2 Aug. 44 
6 Dec. 44 
P 6 Feb. 46 

13 June 46 

14 June 46 
P 9 June 46 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



9 Not. 46 



P 28 Oct. 43 

6 Dec. 44 
17 Jan. 45 
14 Apr. 46 

7 July 46 
10 Oct. 46 
17 Sept. 47 



6 Mi^or Noraan wac juMt U 
the tetUc of Vittorlm. MMl Mrotvly 
wotiBded ami takra priMacr la th« 
Maya Paaa, In tbr 

6 Lieut. 
Campaign of 1844 and 46 in tha 
Snnthem Coneaa and Bawaat 
Warree couoiry, and reccired ttia 
tbankf of Che GuTernor la Counell, 
and of the Commander in- Chief, 
in Oeneral Ordera. for bit acr- 
rieea at the Porta Mnsohnr and 
Munauntoah i be waa alio ineaent at 
tile itonn and eapture of the Forttvae 

4u of Puaella, on which oecaaioa bm 
^ earned the refflnealal colour. 

7 Lieut. Craiff aerred with the 
Stnd in the cauipaign oa the Sutlij 

(Medal), and received a fevere wound at the battle of 
Perotefbah. causing amputatl.m of Uie right foie-wm. 
S Capt Bartlejr aerved tbe Corunna campaign, 
and aubfcquently in the Peninanla fhNn March, ISIl. 
to the end of the war and wa« eiyafed tl Almaraa, 
Alba de Tormea, Balghar, Tittoria, Pjrencca. ttth, 
Wth. and S7th Juljr. Pampeluna X8th and lOth July. 



.P 14 Aug. 

19 Oct. 



28 Sept. 47 
Paymaster,— i^ George Bartley," 23 June, 25 : Ens, 25 Oct. 07 ; Lt. 13 Apr. 09 ; 
Ai^utant. — Lieut. Jame? Sinclair Thomson, 24 May, 46. [Capt. 9 Dec. 21. 

Quarter-Master. — William Marriott, 11 Sept. 46 ;' Ens. 12 June 46. 
Surgeon, — Charles Dawson, M.D., 9 Oct. 46; Assist.-Surg, 11 Jan. 39. 
Assistant-'Surgeons. — Francis Hastings Baxter, M.D., 11 July, 45. 

Thomas Moorhead, M.D., 24 Oct. 45. 
Facings Greeji. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

I Lent Downes waa appointed Aide*de Camp lo Sir John Cradock, whoa he accompanied to Portagal in Nov. 1108. 
wb^re Sir John held the chief eooimand until May IfMK), when be waa mieeeeded by the Duke of Wellingtoa, with whan 
Lovd Duwnea continued as Aide de-Camp and Auistant Military Secretary during the whole war, and waa preeent at tiM 
hnttlca of Talnvera (tUghtly wounded), BneacOb Puentea d*Onor. and BI Bodon ; elegea of Cludad Bodrigo and Badajnn, 
baalca of Silamanea, Vittoria, and the Pyrrncea ; airge of San Sebastian, battlea of the NlrcllB, NIre, 
(iligbUy wooadrd). Hia Lordabip haa received a crow and one ela«p. 

1 Col. Pane aereed In tbe Peninsula ftom Dec ISlt lo March IS14. Including the battle of Vlttorla, aaaaalt 
of San Sebastian, and battlea of the NWe on 9 and IS Dec. 18. Served alM the campaign of 1SI6. Ineludfa^ the battlea flf 
Qnatre Bras and Waterloo, at the former of which he was acTcicIy wounded. 

S Llc«t.»Col. Clark aerred the campaign of 181 ft, including the battle of Waterloo and itonning of Cambray. Sorred blan 
«h« campaigna of I8t4 and U In Ara, Inelndtng rtie taking of Rangoon, Kimendine, Kamaroot, aad Mahatlca. Lad tba 
altaeh upoo tbe fortHed beighta at Aracao, and was sererely wounded in the neck, arm, and left side. 

IS Capt. HilUer aetrd as Aide de-eanip to BricaiJirr Cureton in tbe action of Mai ar^pore, and haa recelreU the Brohao 
Star. Be serred as Aide de-camp to the GoTcmor Oeneral with the Army of tbe SutieJ, and waa scTercly wounded in tht 
asUon at Moodfcee ( Medal). 

14 Major Havelock aerrrd with the I6lh Lanecra at the siege and capture of Bhurtporc, In 18S5*6 ; aad la that on tbe SntleJ. 
laeladlng the battle of Sobraon ( Medal) . Serred with the Army of the Indus, during the campaign In AITghaalstan la laSS 
aader Lord Keaae as Brigade Mi^jor to the Cavalry Division, and was present at the siege and capture of Ohnsnee ( Medal). 
Be acted In tbe same capacity during the campaign in Affkhanistan In 1S4S undar General Pollock, and was prcacat la tha 
action at Teaevn. and at the recapture of Cabool ( Medal). He served also as U. A. Quaricnnaster General to the Cavalry 
DivlsioB In the canipai«n on the Sutlej ( Medal), Including the battlea of Muodkec, PeraaaaMw •Bd Sobraon. and waa moat 
■ererely wounded in the lungs at Feroaeabab. 

15 L'spLChvatfr and Lieut. Aiokea serTad in the campslgn on the Sutl^ (Medal), and was pn>»ent at 
Btiddiwsl AUwal, and Sobraon (icTei«l> wounded). 

1Q Lt. Breton aerred in the campaign on thu SntleJ (MediU), and waa preasnt nt Buddlwal, AUwal, and 
Bobrmiii (woanded). 

17 Lieut. Follows lenred in the campaign of 1845-4) on the Sutl^ (IfedalX and was tngafsd in the 
hatOee •f Aliwal and Sobraon. 

18 Mr. Dnrtnell aerrad with the 4th Lt. Dracoona during the campaign in AITghaniilaB andsr I«rd Kcane, 
aM was ptvagnt at th« aisge and eaptnra of Ohtunaa (Madal). 

10 Mr. FiUMB was at Bnddlwal and Aliwal (Madal). 



206 



62 



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32 

19 



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«A 



22 





18 





21 





13 





15 





15 





7 





11 





10 





10 





11 





11 





9 





10 





9 





6 





6 





6 





4 





6 





6 





6 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





1 





1 





1 





22 





10 











21 





7 






5&A ( T%€ Westmoreland) Regt. of Foot. [Si^SS!;^ 

" CHINA."—" TkM Dragon.'' 

ColoneL 

9 John Wardlaw/ Etu, 27 April, 06; LietU. 5 Oct 96; Capt. 24 May» 96 ; 

M<^Wy 16 Jan. 06; Lieut.-CoL 10 May, 10; Col. 12 Aug. 10 ; Mt^or-Ge*. 

22 July, 30 ; Lieut.^Gen. 23 Nor. 41 ; C<a. 55 Foot. 7 Aug. 40. 
Xi«tc^.-Coton«2.— Charles Warren,* CB. JStu, 24 Not. 14; Lt. 13 No?. 18; 

Capt. P 1 Aug. 22; Mqfor^ 21 Nov. 34 ; Brevet Lt.-CoU 23 Dec: 42; Lt.^ 

Co/. P 25 Not. 45. 
MqjoTM.--^ Arthur O'Leary,' Bns. 18 Apr. 11 ; Lieut. 25 Jan. 14 ; Capt. 27 

Not. 35 ; Brevet-Mqf, 23 Dec. 42 ; Afq;. 11 Not. 45. 
Henry Charles Banuton Daubcney,^ CB. Ens. 12 Mar. 29; Xf . 9 Aug. 31 ; 

Cfl/>f. P280CL36; Brev,'Mqj. 23 Dec. 42; Mqjor^ p 25 Not. 45. 



Facing* 



Captains. 

John BailUe Rose* 

John Coats" 

Hector M'Caskill 

Fred. Amelius Whimper' 
W.HoUandL.D. Cuddy^ 
Henry Thomas Butler^ . . 
Wm. Tumour Granville 

Edmund Pitman" 

DanielM'Coy 

George Klng^ 

LZEUTBIYANTS. 

W. Haviland Fairtlough^ 

WlUlam 8nowe»« 

John George Schaw,*^ r. 

John Frend,^ ad^ 

Henry Reynolds Wejge 
£dw. JohnTho. Montresor 
Thomas Smith Lloyd • . 
Reginald Yonge Shipley 

Alfred C. Cure 

Anthony Denny 

Robert Smith 

John Hanam' 

Robert William Torrcns 

Ensigns. 
Charles M. G. Quantrille 
Henry Peploe Feilden . . 
Thomas Southwell Brown 

John Walker 

Augustus Leacock Marsh 

WiUiamShiell 

Robert Hume 

Thomas Planta Denne • « 



BNSION. 



P 8 Apr. 26 
P 2 Not. 30 
29 Not. 27 
P23Jan. 35 
P31 May 33 
p 



LIEUT. 



18 May 32 

3 June 32 

4 June 32 
P23Mar. 38 

27 Not. 35 

1 Not. 33 p 18 Mar. 36 

8 Jan. 41 p 25 Oct. 42 

P27 Jan. 37 P28Sept.d9 

26 May 38 p 15 Not. 39 

P 19 Oct. 38 P 7 Feb. 40 



Pl2Aug. 36 29 Dec. 38 
5 Aug. 36 27 Aug. 38 
P 14 June 39 P 15 Dec. 40 
P 7 Sept. 38 ' 20 Feb. 41 
PSlDec. 39! 8ApH142 
P27 May 42 p24 0cL 45 
26 Oct 43 P25NOT. 45 



CAPTAIN. IBRBT.-MAJ* 



P 7 Feb. 40 
P 10 Apr. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 5 Oct. 41 
P 24 Oct. 45 
11 Not. 45 
P28 AiH*. 46 
Pll Dec. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P 5 Not. 47 



6 Not. 46 



P5Dec. 43 
30 July 44 
p 6 May 42 
P 20 Dec. 42 
P22 Dec. 43 
P16SepL46 

p 27 June 45 
P24 0cL 45 
14 Not. 45 
P 25 Not. 45 
PdO Dec. 45 
P 15 Jan. 47 
P 9 Apr. 47 



Pll Dec. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P17 Dec. 45 
14 Apr. 46 
23 Dec. 45 
P 5 Not. 47 



P 5 Not. 47 

Pagmaster. — Henry Hyachith Warren,*<> 13 Dee. 44 ; JEAw. P9 Dec 36 ; £^. 
A4futant.^Lieta. John Frend,^ 4 JuIt 44. [4 Feb.3ai. 

Quarter- Afoffer.— James Wm. Grigg,^ 22 June, 39. 

^uryvon.— Alex. Campbell," 30 Sept 42 ; A. Surg. 29 July. 30; if. A. 27 Feb. 27. 
Aeiist.'Surgeon.--U€iiTy Clinton Foss/'26 Feb. 41. 

[Betumedfrom China, 10 Aug. 1844.] 
Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bart., 

Armit dc Co. 



.Qcneitl Wardkw icnrcd ia Urn Pwnta— 1> and 



Cbe7«lhatthcbMU«f tfa»NI*«.i^«Wdb Wtea 



wlthiiiMe 



I Uc«W 
tecdreda 

t Lt'CoL Warn* Mircd tUt campaign afalaal IIm Hajah of Coorg In 104, aiMl wai ■ermly 
Pvttah on Ite Sri AprU » be tweeccded to tiw vmmaaA of tfaa UcM Wti« of Ite ftMh oo U.-OoL 
fomwinrtrd the flMh at ClUa Uaa« Foo io Cblna, aad «ai agatai wvcrrljr wooadcd in a penonal 
two of wbom ha MnMclf Ullcd. 

S Uaiot O'Loary acrrcd Iha caaspalgns of ISll, It, and IS, in Cbe Pcninrala, laeludlnr the dcf* of Olndad 
battla of Salaaaanea, alcga of Boigoa, and wtf in t thmtnm. Scrrcd la tba N«paui war, and was trtxrfj 
an attacii on tho lacfghCi of Hanlapotc, lat UarA, ISIS. Served la tba MahratU war In 1817 and la AIm in 
AaMj, Chwaa. and CUnhoCk Inclndinff tvpolao of Uie night attack. 

4 M^lor Daabcney lenrcd the campaign against the t^ah of Coorg In 1SS4. On the China cxpcdltiim he 
Light Company of the 66ch at the repnUc of tlic enem3r*t night attack on Chlahac, and alio at Chapoo | and he 
Brigade to Sir JaaMO Schoedde at Wimpmg, Shai^hai, and Chin Kiang Poo. 

5 Captain Booe aerred with the 5Mh, and Captain Whimper with the tSth, at Chin Klang Poo. ta China, 
S CapUln Coati served in China, at Amoy, Chuma, aad Chia Kiaag Poo. 

7 M^ Caddy, Capti. Batler aad Ktaig, Llcutk Pairdoagh and Prend, and Qnarter«lla*r Ovlgg awed In 
Anwjr, Chaaan, CMnhae (laelndlng repalso of night attack), Chapoo, Woosaag, Shaaghne, and Chin Klaag Poi 
Caddj was aaverely wiwhIwI at Chia liaa« Poo whRrt leadhig the advaaee gnard at tho fscalsdr of the dty. 

8 Lient. Banam served the campalga an the SatkJ ia 1848-S (Medal) with the 8th, aad was peasant a» Ihr 
Mondkco (wanaded), Peroaeshah, and Sehraon. 

18 Llentk Saowe aad Sebaw, and PaynMaler Wartaa aerrad in China, at Amay, rh am a . ai 
npalse a( the night alfeaek. 

II Capt. niman ssrvod la Chla*,al Aimy, Chaisa, Chbdm^ aad Chia Klang Poa. 
Ifl 8am na CMSpheU satvod with the Sted In the aampaign la Selade airier Sir Charlea Napier, 

af the Port of lasaaaafhar, aad at tho haute of Mtsan n (Medal). He 

md was present ai tho Inie stm ent and stowtfag of Paanlla and 





Yean'8f»rT. 



46 






31 
45 

83 

35 






Half 
Pay. 



' ^'pg?.^ '^"] 6m {The tFest Essex) Ri. Of Foot [^^g^*] 207 

"MORO"— « GiBRALTA*"— With the CasOe and Key^ « MinUii Insi^ia Calpe.** 
Coiimel.^9 John JSarl o/ Westmorland/ GCB. QCH., Ens, 17 Dec. 03; X*. 6 

Jan. 04 ; Capt. 3 May, 06 ; Mqj. 20 Dec. 10 ; Zt.^Col. 12 Dec. 11 j Co?. 4 Jane, 

14 ; Mty.'Gen, 27 May, 26 3 LL-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; CoL 66th Regt. 17 Nov. 42. 
Lieut.'ColaneU. — ^William Hassall Eden, Ent. Pdl March, 14 ; Lieut, p22 June, 

20; Capt. P13 July, 23 ; Mqfar, P29 Aug. 26; Xi«irf.-CW. P 10 Aug. 39. 
r.PeterShadwell Norman, ^iu. 9 July 03 ; X#. 2 Jane 04; C^. 8 Mar. 10 ; Brw^ 

Jf£i;.22Ja]y30; Jfq/,16July37; Brcv.X<..CW.9NoT.46;Lf..CoZ.20 Not.46. 
Miuars. — Rri m n n d Wm. Wilton Passy, Ent. 8 Apr. 26; Lieut. PSODec. 26; 

Capt. P23 Sept. 36 ; Mt^jor, p 12 Sept. 43. 
r. Nicholas Palmer.' Ent. 11 Not. 13 ; Lieut. 3 May, 21 ; Capt. P26 May, 26 ; 

Jgrgpg#-ilfa>or, 28 June, 38 ; Major, 20 Nov. 40. 







41 

20 
17 
12 
11 
13 

9 

8 
16 

7 
10 

9 

9 

7 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

6 

4 

4 

3 

3 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 

14 
7 
6 
4 
2 
23 
10 
2 
2 






















































Captains. 
r. Cha. O'Conor Higgins 

John Wegg 

r. Wm. Adam Conran . . . 

Soulden Oakeley 

r. Arthur William Byles 
Samuel Symes Cox .... 
r. George William Paty . . 

Gteorge Raban 

r. Rich. Walter Lacy .... 
Richardson Anderson 
Pennant Athel. Iremooger 
r. John James Bull . . . 

LtBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Wallace Fraser . 
Edward Fred. Hare, adj. 
r James S. Hawker Farrer 
John Stratford Saunders 
Wm. George Margesson 
Hugh Whitchurch Austin 
r.Foz Maule Ramsay, at^. 
r. Gteorge Scott Hanson . . 
Alex, (^rge Woodford 
Edw. M. H. Mainwaring* 
r. Allan Macdonald .... 
William Fred. Ward .... 
r. Henry C. Lanauze. . . . 

John Pye Pye 

r. Henry John Tolcher . . 
r. Francis Wm. Fellows .. 

Ensigns. 
William Watkin Bassett 
Francis Henniker Sykes 
r. William Clutterbuck . . 

r. George Thome 

r. John Keys Humfrey . . 

I Hugh Ecdes 

r.S. Wm . Limley Cheetham 
Morton Robert Eden. . 
r. Thomas Edward Pedder 
r. William Caimcross 



«N8ION. 



LIBUT. 



31 Dec. 06 
PlSDec. 28 
PllOct. 31 
P28 June 36 

17 Nov. 87 
P 13 Nov. 35 
P 6 Sept. 30 

31 Jan. 40 

23 Mar. 32 

8 Jan. 41 

P27 Apr. 38 

P 8 June 39 

30 Aug. 39 
9 Jan. 41 

2 Apr. 41 

IJune 41' 
P 16 July 41 

28 Jan. 42 
P 18 Feb. 42 
P 7 Apr. 43 
P 2 June 43 

28 Jan. 42 
16 Nov. 41 

Pl8Aug. 43 
p 7 June 44 
P 20 Aug. 44 
P28 Nov. 45 
P 16 Dec. 45 

P 6 Feb. 46 
P 27 Feb. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

29 Apr. 46 

30 Apr. 46 

1 May 46 

2 May 46 
19 May 46 

P 19 Mar. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



14 July 08 
10 Mar. 33 

P20 May 36 
P 6 Sept. 39 
16 Apr. 41 
P 12 June 40 
P 18 Feb. 42 
P 30 Dec. 42 

15 Sept 37 
P 7 Apr. 43 

8 Apr. 42 
P 16 Nov. 41 

10 Dec. 41 
P12May 43 
p 2 June 43 
P 18 Aug. 43 
P 12 Sept. 43 
P22 Dec. 43 
p 7 June 44 
p 6 Feb. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

26 Mar. 46 
1 May 46 
1 May 46 
1 May 46 

19 May 46 
P29Dec. 46 

29 Oct. 471 



BRBY.-XAJ* 



23 Nov. 
9 Nov. 



41 
46 



6 Mar. 27 
P20 May 36 
P 80 Dec. 42 
P 22 Dec. 43 
P20 Aug. 44 
P 26 Apr. 44 
P 6 Feb. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

1 May 46 
P29Dec. 46 
P 27 Oct. 46 
P20 Dec. 43 



9 H^or Palmer lerrcd the 
cunpctign of 1814 In Holland, 
Including the attack up n the 
fUlage of Merxem, 18th Jan., 
alio second attack and capture 
9d Feb., when hif regt. captured 
twagunt; bombardment of the 
French fleet in the Schei(lt,Arom 
8d to 0th Feb. AcliTely engag- 
ed at Fort Frederick on the 
Scheldt, sad March, In imped- 
ing the passage ot French line 
of battle ships to Fort Lillo, for 
the purpose of throwing proTi- 
sions and assistance into the 
garrison. Again employed on 
the same duty SSth March 
following. 



S Llcvt. Melawuiav serrtd lo flie Qaeen*! in th« 
euDpal(B in th« •oathcm Mahntu eonntry ia 1644 
(Ineladinff the •Connlii« of tb* fortrett of PnatUa), •ad 
thai Id tba Cobcsd In lS46b 



29 Oct. 47 

Paymaster. — Stephen Lawson, 6 Jan. 43 ; Ens. 26 Dec. 34; Lieut. 22 Jan. 39. 

Aiifutants.^Lieut. Edward Frederick Hare, 19 May, 46. 

r. Lieut. Fox Maule Ramsay, 20 Nov. 46. 

QuarteT'Maeters. — ^William Dougherty, 3 May, 44. 

r. Joseph Swaine, 20 Nov. 46. [Assist.\0 Mar. 26. 

Surgeons. — Michael Ryan, M.D. 9 Apr. 41 ; Assist.-Surg. 16 June, 25 ; Hosp." 

r. Geo. Alex. Cowper, M.D. 5ur^* 22 Dec. 46; Ass.-Surg. 30 Mar. 38. 

Assistant-Surgeons. — ^William Deeble, 27 Oct. 46. i Facings Purple. — 

r. Jas. Henry May, 22 Dec. 46. | Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 Lord Westmorland serred in 1805—4, as Aide-de-Gamp to Lieut.-Qeneral Don on the expedition to 
BanoTer. In 180&— 7, as Assistant-AdUutant-General in SlcUy; on board Admiral Sir J. Duckworth's fleet 
In the action at tiie passage of the Dardanellea, and the destruction of the Turkish fleet, lying off the castles ; 
in the actions before Constantinople at the island of Prota, and at the repassage of tlie fleet through the 
Dardaoellea. In Egypt as Assistant-A4)utant-Oeneral with the force under M^|or-General Wauchope, at 
tiM first storming of the town ot Bosetta, and in the retreat ; and subsequently in the second attack and 
liege of that place, with the force under M^Jor^Oeneral Sir W. Stewart. In 1800, senred in Portugal as 
Asslslattt-A4)ataat-Oeneral in the army eommanded by Sir Arthur Wellesley, in the affiUr in the front of 
Obidoe. and in the battles of Roleia and Vimlera. In 1809, serred as extra Alde-de-Camp to Lord Wellington, 
and was present at the battle of Talarera. In 1810, with the Srd Dragoon Giurds, in the campaign in Pur- 
tmal, incioding the retreat to Torres Yedras, battle of Busaoo, and adTaace to Santarem. In Sept. 181S, 
prpeeisded on a mission as Military Gommlaioner to the head-quarters of the allied armies, under Prince 
Mkvaraenberg, ia Germany. Serred at the siege of Hunlngnen, and the campaign of 1614 in France, In- 
cioding the taking of Laogres, the battles of La Rothiere and Brienne, capture of Troyes, aflUrsof Mormant 
-*^ — — ■*■ *» '•»»>* nf nnw i1*f«nMi nf Trttvtm. wh«n attaekMl br Bonanarte SSrd Feb. : battle of Bar-aur- 



Yearv'Sen-. 



50 



208 51tk( The West Mtddleeex) Regt. of Foot. \J^^xSS^ 

** ALBtrHBKA"— '* VITTORIA"— "PYR»irBB8"— " iriVBLLB"— « KIVB"— " PBHIVSUUL." 

Colonel. 
9 Wi Henry, VUeount Hardinge,* GCB. JSnt. 8 Oct. 17d8; LUui. S6 Mar. 

1802 ; Capt. 7 Apr. 04 ; Mi{for, 13 Apr. 00 ; Lieui.'Col, 30 May, 11 ; Col. 

10 July, 21 ; MtQ.-Gen, ^2 July, 30 ; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; CoL 57th 

Regt. 31 Muy, 43. Lieut.- Colonel. 

Harry Shakcspear Phillips,* CB. Comei, p8 Jan. 24; Lt. 12 May, 26 ; Cajfi, 

P 14 Feb. 28 ; Mqfor, p 31 Aug. 38 ; Lt.-CoL P31 Mar. 43. 

Mqjon. 
Thomas Shadforth, En$. 8 Apr. 25 ; Lmit. PlO Oct 26; Capt. p 19 Apr. 81 ; 

Mt^oTy 29 March, 44. 
John Stuart, En». 22 Jan. 20 ; Xf . 26 March, 23 ; Capt. P 13 Aug. 85 ; MtQ^r, 

P6 May, 86 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. Nov. 46. 



Pull 
Puj. 



23 
23 



24 



Hair 
Pay. 



28 

18 
25 
17 
22 
14 
13 
11 
11 
10 

12 



10 

11 

10 

8 

8 

8 

7 

7 

6 

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4 
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Capt A lies. 

9 John Ovens' 

Henry Qahan 

Henry Hill 

Henry Montagu Smyth 
William Fred. Harvey 

Laiigford Frost 

Edward Stanley 

Henry J. Warre, #. 

John Ahmuty 

Warren Ahmuty 

LlBUTBXAKTS. 

Geo. Henry Hunt, atlf. . . 
Henry Braddel Croker, r. 

Loftus Cassidy 

Clement Swetenham .... 
David Edw. Armstrong. . 

William Inglis 

Robert Hunt 

Rob.Wm.S. Raper Hunton 
Robert Abraham Logan 
Rob. T. Schutz Boughton 
Geoi^e Armstrong .... 

Hector Monro 

Charles Edmund Law^ . . 
Enbionb. 

Jason Hassard 

John H. Lothian 

John Wyse 

Jamf>s Stewart 

Henry Butler 

William Fowler Jones .. 

William Pollard 

James Franklyn Bland 



BlfSION. 



2 July 12 
P 13 June 30 

31 July 23 

7 June 31 
P 11 April 26 

12 Aug. 34 

8 May 35 

3 Feb. 37 
17 Nov. 37 

PlOFeb. 38 

P 8 Jan. 36 

P 25 Jan. 39 

P Nov. 38 

31 Mar. 37 

25 Dec. 38 



LIBOT. 



5 July 14 
P15 June82 

3 Aug. 26 
P20 Mar. 35 
P 13 Aug. 29 

9 Sept. 37 

10 June 38 

1 June 41 
P 6 Mar. 40 

25 Aug. 40 

P 9 Nov. 38 
P 15 Dec. 40 

11 June 41 

2 July 41 
11 Sept. 41 



CAPTAIB. IBRBT.-MAJ. 



9 Sept. 37 

P 6 Mar. 40 

11 Sept. 41 

24 May 45 

5 Aug. 42 
11 Oct. 45 
29 Dec. 45 

8 Jan. 47 
2 Mar. 47 

9 Apr. 47 



7 Feb. 40 P81 Dec. 41 



4 Sept. 40 

PdOOct. 40 

26 Oct. 41 

P 31 Dec. 41 

8 Nov. 42 

23 Jan. 

P 2 Feb. 



12 Feb. 42 

20 May 42 

P 3 Mar. 43 

4 Oct. 44 

P 2 Mar. 47 

40 P 29 Jan. 47 

44jP 8 May 46] 



3 Oct. 44 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 16 Sept. 45 

29.Jan. 46 
P 2 Mar. 47 

19 Mar. 47 
P 2 Mar. 47 



S Capt. Ov«M wttvS la ttM F — h w la, trmm Kav. 
ISIS to tlw and oT Ui» mar. taelmllaf tht baiilm of \H^ 
toria, Pamprluna (wouadrd), NItcUc, Ovtkn A 
toua«. 8€rv«d subf^qDently la th* AaarHean •ar, 
cludloc tb* acttea at PUIUtNirtk. 

4 LMvt Law Mrv«4 wlik ikt tlh 
eanpaicB ea tbe SuilrJ ia lt46. aad w» 
the bata* oT Sobraoa (Medal). 



PlO Dec. 47 
Paymaster.— Mtirli >iatthews, 28 July 43 ; Ens. 20 May 90 ; Xf . 83 Nov. 40. 
Adjutant. — Lieut, George Henry Hunt, 3 Nov. 46. 

QuarffT-JIfa^er.— David Morrow, 30 June 43 ; Bnt. 7 Jan. 42 ; Lt. 84 Feb. 43. 
^tir^ecm.— Johnstone Thomson Richardson, M.D. 30 July, 47; Astiet.^Surg. 

1 Feb. 39. 
Astittant'Surgeon. — James Jackson, 11 June 41. 

Faeinffs Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 
[Returned from Madras 28 Sept. 46.] 

t Loid Bardbifft Mrvtd thiaaghoat iba whola of lb* PeolafoUr war. aearly iba wbola «r At Ubm m OfyMf 
■Mar OMwtal of tbe Pettoftteie army, aad waa pmeat at tbe battlca «i Rolcla aad Vtariera (■■iiaSiri). rtcreai 
haaiaar OaraaM, paaMce oT tbe Doaro. baiUe oT Baaaea* IhMt of Tonaa Vcdraa, battle of Albabcfa. laiaad Sd Uevee ari 
Jaa, ri«fa aad captare of Ctadad aodrlga. Sd ■!<«• of Bail^|a«, battle* oT Salamaaca. TlitoeU (arTerely 
laaa, iba Pjrreaeea, NiveUa, Nire. aad Oftbes. Scrred alaa tbe eaaipalga of 1S1A. aad was arwrely waaa dtd at Ufav. !• 



iaac—left bead aapautrd. Aa Govcraor OMetal of ladla be 
Sobfaaa. Bis leedabtp baa recelrcd a ctaaa aad See daapa. 

fl LieBt..Colooel Pbilltpa wrred ta tiia eanpalca oa tba Satkd (Medal), a^ 
Baddlwal, Atlwal, aad Cobraoa. aad a Briffade la tba amy of tba Sutlej dariac tbe 



ia tft* batllae eT Maodbea, PciaacAab. amS 



Iba Ukd la Iba 



Aobe, tba aubtcqaent ailUr opoo the fisrea, re-captvrt of Tro7M, batUat of Arria 
Cbampeiiobe, adranca upoa and battle of Parte, and capture of Unt citf . A» Hit M^faMy^ Bavvf 
dinary and Miaiat^r PlanipocantSarj at tba Court ofTaicanjr, ienred wlih the Awtrlaa wrmy is lb* < 
againat Naplea, In ISId, Ineludlng tbe bnttlet of Tolenlino and Maroerata. Slfiied, la eai4«ncilaa 
Field Manhal Btancht, wbocomnandcd tbe Aii»trian innj, tbt MlUtaiy convention by vbkH iha 
af MSplee w« nMortd to tts Sovereign, King Ferdinand. 



«fik 



*""*• "^njZf^ '^'^] SSth ( The Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot 209 

'* OIBBALTAR "—with the CtutU and Key^ " Mentis Jntignia Co/jie."— Hm Sphinx, with 
the words "EGYPT'»—"MAIDA"—" SALAMANCA"— " VITTORIA"— 
" PYRENBBS"-— "NIVELLE*'— "ORTHES"— ** PENINSULA." 

CoUmeL 

9 Frederick Maitland/ Sng. I Sept. 1779 ; Lieut, 19 Sept. 82 ; Capt. 2 Dec. 89 ; 

Mqftnry2l Aug. 93; Xi«u«.-Co2. 2 July, 94; CoL 1 Jan. 1800; Mqjor-Gm, 

80 Oct. 05 ; Lieut.'Gen, 4 June, 11 ; Oen, 25 May, 25 ; Col. 58th Regiment, 

11 Dec. 33. Lieut.'CoUmeL 

Robert Henry Wynyard,* CB. JSm. 25 Feb. 19; Lieut, p17 July 23; Capt. p20 

May 26; Jtfiyar, 25 July 41 ; Lieut. -Col. P30 Dec. 42. 
If4;<^«.— Cyprian Bridge,* JEns. 8 April, 25; Lieut. P31 Jan. 28 ; Capt. P16 

Dec. 36; Mtyor, P30 Dec. 42. 
Charles Augustus Amey, JEnt. p 5 Not. 25 ; Lieut. P 9 Ang. 31 ; Capt. p 1 July, 
87 ; Mq^ar, P 12 May, 43. 




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Captains. 
Qeo. Ponsonby Hume 

Henry Mataon^ 

Joseph Henry Laye*. • 
Jonai Pasley Haidy . . 
Cha. LavaUin Nugent 
Andrew Hamilton Russell 

Richard Denny* 

Wm. WUd Jos. Cockcraft^ 
Charles Wm. Thompson^ 
Charles Dresing 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Alexander Macleod Hay* 
Cha. Chester Master 
Henry Colin Balneavis* 
John Alex. Cha. Petley* 

John M'Lerie,** adj 

Alfred Rush 

Isaac Rhodes Cooper . . 
Mich. Lionel Westropp'^ 
Cha. St. John S. Herbert 
George Hyde Page . . 
J.D. M. Bidwell Edwards* 
Thomas Pedder 



BNSION. 



Ensions. 
Leslie Jenliins Thompson 
Fra.RobertChesterMaster 
Fred. Dobson Middieton' 
Edward Oliver Barker . . 
Christophilns Garstin' . . 
George Henry Wynyard" 
Thomas John Grant .... 
Michael Tighe 



P28 June33 
16 Sept. 13 

P 2 May 84 
29 Sept. 25 

P21 Aug. 35 
18 Jan. 28 

PlBMay 36 
8 Apr. 25 

P 23 Dec. 36 

P 19 Feb. 36 

P 22 July 36 

P 6 July 38 

7 July 88 

P 12 Oct. 38 

28 Dec. 38 
P 15 July 36 
P2d Apr. 39 
P20 Sept. 39 
P26Mar. 41 
P2d Apr. 41 

30 Apr. 41 
P 16 Apr. 41 



17 Sept. 41 

P 22 Hoy. 42 

30 Dec. 42 

P31 Dec. 

P 27 Jan. 

3 May 

OMay 



42 
43 
44 
45 
45 



UBUT. 



P 16 Dec. 36 
2 June 14 

1 Dec. 
8 Nor. 
4 Feb. 

23 July 34 
P 12 Oct. 38 
P 22 Apr. 
P 3 May 

2 June 



87 
26 
38 



26 
39 
38 



38 
40 



10 Oct. 
P 2 Oct. 
P26Mar. 41 
P26 June41 

27 June 41 

13 July 41 
PI6N0V. 41 

29 Dec. 42 

P27 Jan. 43 

P 12 May 43 

P 23 June 43 

2 July 45 



CAPTAIN. 



p 20 Sept. 39 

30 Nor. 38 

P26Mar. 41 

25 June 41 

P 16 Nor. 41 

P 31 Dec. 41 

P 30 Dec. 42 

20 July 39 

P 12 May 43 

2 July 45 



BREY.-XAJ. 



7 July 40 



7 July 46 



7 Capt.llumipwn 1 
oat tlie wliok of the opeimtumi in 
New Zcolaod trmn April to ians 
184» iiiider Lieat.-Col. Hulme, uid 
fron June lS4i to Jaa. 1846 un- 
der Colooel DeqMML 

8 Lieat. Balncovii wai preient at 
the aMauh on Kawiti'e Pah at 
Ohiavai on the lU July 184« ; at 
the destrnction of Arratna't Pah on 
thr leih Ju\j ; and at the ttorminf 
of Kaviti'a Pshat Enaptkapeka on 
the 1 1th Jan. 1847. 

Lt. McLerie was prewnt, aa 
A4iatant of the Mth, at all the 
actions agaiBM the rebel* in the 
Northern part of New Zealand dnr- 
ing the campaigna from May 184« 
to Jan. 1847. At ihe affair at ]fa> 
wie he oomnanded a detachment eompoaed of ma- 
rines and a eompaaroC the 96ih refimeot. 

U) Lt. Westropp waa present at the de s truction of 
Pomari's Pah on the 80th April 184^; at the attack 
on Heki's Pah on the 8th Maf ; at tha destniction of 
Waikadi's Pah on the 10th Maf ; at the stormiaf of 
Kawiti's Pah at Ohiawai on the 1st Jaly and at ita 
dcstniciion on the 10th Jnly ; be was alio present at 
the captofe ol Kawiti's Pah on the 11th Jan. 1846. 

11 ensign Wfnjrard commanded and led a storming 
partv fhim tha left Moekade into the bxeach at Ka. 
wit/a Pah OB the nth Jan. 1848. 



30 Dec. 
Paymaster.— 9Tho. Richardson Timbrell," 25 Oct. 42 ) Qr.-Master, 19 Nor. 90. 
AtUutaiU.— Lieut. John M'Lerie,' 28 Dec. 38. 
Quarter-Master.— WWWam Moir, 15 Oct 47 

Surgeon — Arthur Saunders Tliomson, M.D. 6 Aug. 47 ; Assist. -Surg. 19 Oct. 88. 
Assist.^Surgeons.—BiehBi^ BannaUne, 17 Sept. 39. 

Thomas Moore Philson,' M.D., 6 Oct 48. 
Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k. Co. 
{Returned from. Ceylon, 23 June, 1839.] 

ItfUi^iH aerred at Mm reller of Gibraltar In 1781 : and was rabieqnently fbr osany yean MlUtarr Seeretary to Sir 
malph Abetcromtale la the West ladies « and darlnga bout 88 years' service in tha* ettowte, he was at the rrdnetlon of every 
island taken by tfte British arms ; and commanded at the Salnitrs. In 1811* be was remoTed, by orders fWmi hornet ffon tfM 
GoverwneDt of Granada to the MedHerranean, where be commanded the British anay until the arrival of Lord W. Rcntlneki 
aad ■ohsemnnfly took a force often thousand men from Sicily to the eastern coast of Spain. Medal for Martinique. 

1 licnt.-Cokmel Wynyard served with the force vsder CoL Detpard in New Zealand ttxsm Oct. 184& until Jan. 1847 la 
firirT^ii^ of the iSKh, and entered the breach with the stonnera in the assault on KawitPs Pah, at Rnapekapeka on tha 
11th Jan. 184S. 

S M^or Mtee awfd with the iSth f] 
mm mth^maSm aa Mawio under Lieat. 
Mated a wbd tribe; 
I tha wtnimmU tbe 1st Jal; 
k at tbe e^tnre of tha Pah 

Bck* Mi (^ 11^ ^Aib. 1S46. 
4 M^ior Xatson joined the Ibree in New Zealand ander Colonel Daepard in Anj 



the whale of the apera t io n e ia New Zealand. He cooiaanded the regi- 

Hahee; coaducted a night attack in boau an tha Waikadi liver aad 

the Uth oa the ascoad espeditioB, r»«a|»tnred a hUl at the head of tha 

iS4» at OUawri. aad led oa the etainiaff partiaa at the assault oa that 

11th July. He waa alao preacat at the capture of the Kawiti'a Pa^ at 



>nnat 1848. and eervedas Acting Deputy 

QaaiUiiiiiaeirr firnrrel. and was present at the assault and capture of Kawiti's Pah at Buapckapeka on the Uth Jan. 1848. 
8 Captaina Lay and Coekeraft, Lteuts. Hay. Petley, and Edwards, Bnsifns MUdletoa and OarsCin» and Doctor Philaoa 
fas the expedition against Kawiti's Pah, at Rouiekapeka. 
Sf^ier Denny commanded the Light Company of the tstl at the destruction of Pomare's Pah on the BOth April 1841 1 
at Xawie on 8ih May ; at the attack and deatmetion of the Wuikadi Pah on the 16th Maf; at the storming of Ka- 
witPs Fih at Ohiawai on tha 11th July and destruction of the same on the 10th July ; again at the destruction of Amtna^a 
Pah OB tha 18th Jnly ; and he waa actively eageged at the storming of Kawiti's Pah on the Uth Jan. 1848. 

U Payawster Tfmbren was preeeat, as avolnnteer, with the old 94th, at battlee of the Nive on the 8th, lOib, lllh, 
aad Mb Dee. 1818 ; and at the action at Sauveterre, battles of Orthee and Toulouse, and othrr minor aflhirs la the Sou* 

with the 87th Begtaseat. 



198 



47rt ( The Lancashire) RegU qfFoot. 



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«TAKIFA»'— •* YITTORIA"— " ST. BEBAOTUW— " PENIKSULA"— " AVA." 

a Ca Thomas Dalmer,> CB., 2d Lieut. 22 Hay, 97 ; Xf. 12 Jnne 00 ; Copt. 

23 Oct. 04 ; Mqjar, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lieut.-Col. 17 Aug. 12 ; CoZ. 22 July 30 ; 

Mmar-Gen, 28 June 38 ; Col 47th Regt. 16 April 47. 
Xiett<.-Coi(m«/.— Philip Dondas,* En8. 22 Aug. 05; Xtotf. 25 Aug. 07 ; Capi. 

16 Nov. 20 ; Mqjor, P28 June, 31 ; Lieui.'CoL 23 Nov. 41. 
Jlf<ypr#.— John Gordon,* Mm. 28 Sept. 13 j Lieui. 13 Apr. 20; C«p*. Pll Jum 

80 ; Afq; w, 23 Nov. 41 . ^ «, 

WiUiam O'Qrady Haly, Sns. p 17 June, 28; Xieu*. p 19 July, 31; Capi. p25 

Apr. 34 ; Mqjor, P 19 May, 46. 



Captains. 



BNSIGN. 



John Sutton Pll June 30 

JohnLardner^ 6 Sept. 22 



Henry Bridges 

William W. Rooke .... 

Jamea Wood Collins .... 

Richard T. Fairen 

Charles F. Fordyce .... 
Robert Samuel Torrens . . 
James Villiers 



19 July 33 

5 Sept. 34 

P 27 July 32 

SO Hay 34 

17 Feb. 38 

P 19 Oct. 3^ 

P 31 Dec. 30 



LIEUT. 



P22 0ct. 33 

12 July 26 

P17 Feb. 37 

P19 0ct. 38 

P22NOV. 38 

31 Jan. 40 

3 July 40 

P 15 Jan. 41 



CAPTAIN. 



Samuel TooBeyWillIams,«. p 26 June 40 

























13A 







LIEUTBNAKT8. 

John Sinnott, adj 

Robert Wm. Lowry, r. . . 

Claremont Skrine 

Henry Call Lodder .... 

Frederick Estwick 

Henry Meade Hamilton 
John Henry Lowndes . . 
Charles Courtenay Villiers 

Joseph Bimey 

Geo.C.Drummond Nangle 
Wm. Fred. Aug. Rooke 
George William Armit . . 

Thomas Roper • 

Enbioks. 
Sampson Pllkington .... 

Henry Nangle 

Charles Elgee 

Nathaniel Geo. Philips . . 
William Henry Longmore 
Thomas Wm. WoUocombe 
Wm. Octavius Lawrence 
Chas. Aldersey Stevenson 



25 July 37 
P29Dec. 40 
P 30 Aug. 30 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P 22 Feb. 39 
9 Aug. 39 
p 13 July 41 
P 12 Hay 43 
P 19 Apr. 44 
P 10 Hay 44 
P 23 Aug. 44 

29 Jan. 46 
P 30 Jan. 46 

3 Jan. 45 
17 Jan. 45 
14 Apr. 46 
P 10 Hay 46 
Pll June 47 
PIS July 47 
P24 Dec. 47 
P25 Dec. 47 



P 17 Feb. 37 

2 June 40 
P 3 Nov. 40 
P 13 July 41 
PSOHay 43 

3 Jan. 45 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 13 July 47 



P 24 Sept. 41 P 24 Dec. 47 
29 Apr. 42 do. 

2 Feb. 40 
12 Hay 43 

8 Apr. 42 
P 10 Apr. 44 

8 Oct. 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 

3 Jan. 45 
P30Jan. 46 
P 19 Hay 46 
Pll June 47 
P 13 July 47 
P24 Dec. 47 

do. 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



Paymaster.— DongitLB Leith Cox, 25 Sept. 40 ; Bns. 30 Nov. 09; X/. 20 Oet. IS. 
Adjutant. — lAeui. John Sinnott, 25 July, 37. 
Quarter-Matter,— yOMiam H<IntoBh, 25 Sept 46. 

^ur^.— Robert Battersby, 2 July, 41 ; A.^Sur, 28 Sept 26; Has.- A. 23 Dee. 85. 
Atsittant'Sttrgeon, — George Saunders, 16 Dec. 45. 
Facinge White. — AgentSy Hessrs. Cox k. Co. — Irith Agent, John Atkinson, 
[Returned from the West Indies, January, 1844.] 



1 M^for-Oraml DaIomt** mttIcm i— SxpedMoa to Ofttcadia irWi to Bollaad, ia 179S. iaduataf At 
Beldrr, tTtti Augiut, aad tiM mbteqnvat actioa* of the tSod aad 8th October. Bxpvdltkn to Vnral, Vigo Bay, ami 
ki 10M. XffTpilaa CBapolga of ItOI. laeladiaff the actleiM oT tbo Bth, Iflth. ISdi, aad tlM of March. 
Baaoftt ia 1806 ( aad that to Copeahafni la 1807. lBeludli« th« opevaUaBi wklch l«d to ike capttolattaa af 
tbo captur* of tha Daalsb Scet. Exprditioa to Conmaa ia 1808^ taclndioff tba epcratloaa to tha North of 
qucady rt-ambarkrd at Caroaaa. Pmiaaalar eampalgas of 1811. IS, aad 11^ taetadlaff tha aetioaa of Bl 
So Poata. battiM of Oatoaiaara (Mrrrrljr wouadad) aad Vlttorla. Campalga af 1818. hirladlM Iha hattia 
(whrra bU horie wai killed under bin), oMault aad capture of Canbray, aad aaptai« of Paria. Medal I 
BffTpt i aad a Bcdal aad a elaap for tha battle* of SaUmaaea aad Vlttorla. 

t Ueot.- Colonel Dundaa tenred on the expadition to Bouih America, Including the tnkinf of Mnldonad* 
•eTermI akinniahM, and atonntnf of Monte Video. Several •Urmlsheo lo the Boot Indleo. la 1811. 
war from Jan. 1H96 nntil pesce waa proclaimed. 

a M^|or Gordon oenred the eampalgna of 1816^ 17, and 18, In Ifalwa; In the PrnlaBOiiIf la 1819 
tad la Af a in 1825 and 6. Wounded at Donabew 80th If arch, and on the Heights near Prtnaob 8d Itoc. 

4 Csplala Lardner oervod la ths Bonwse war fhna Dec 18M oatU posco wai prodataned. 



aad M^ 



199 



Ymn'Senr. 



2 toiSSto"] 4^^^ ( The Northamptonshire) Regt of Foot. 

« DOURO"— " TALAVERA "— " ALBUHERA"— " BADAJOZ"— " SALAMANCA"^ 
" VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"— 

« PENINSULA.'^ 
ColoneU 
9 George Middlemore/ CB. Ens. Jan. 83; Lieut. 6 April, 93; Capt. 15 Oct 
84; Miyor 14 Sept. 04; LieuL-Col. 2 Nov. 09; Col. 12 Aug. 19; Mqfar^ 
Gen. 22 July, 30; Lieut.-Qen. 23 Nor. 41 ; CoL 48th Regt. 31 May, 43. 

Lieut.'Colonel, 



55 



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27 
27 



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Pay. 



14fi 



flbn. Arthur Alexander Dalzell, Ens. 28 Apr. 19; Lieut, p 5 Feb. 24 ; Capt. p 8 
June, 27 ; Mqfor, p5 Jan. 41 ; Lieut. -Col. p23 April, 41. 

M({^OTS. 

9 9!8ft William Bruce,* KH. Ens. 1 Dec. Oft; Xt«ti^. 17 Jan. 08; Capt. P14 
March, 11 ; Mtyor, P31 Dec. 27 ; Brev.'Lieut.'Col. 23 Nov. 41. 

Robert Cole, JSiM. 21 Nov. 16; Xitfu^.P26Dec. 22; Ca;?^ P 14 Aug. 27; Brevet- 
Mq/ar, 23 Now. 41 ; Jf£i;or, 19 Dec. 45. 



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Captaixs. 

Hunter Ward 

Jas. Webber Smith* 

Benjamin Riky 

Render M^unsteven^. . * . 

John Moore Ross 

Maurice Einiq^tt 

George Mowbray LyB* . . 
CUfford FeUz m^ij .... 

Andrew Green . . ^ 

William Adam ... ^ ... • 

LlEUTBXANTB. 

Henry Wheeler,* a^f. . . 

Robert Warburton 

Clement Wm. Strong . . 

Wm. Fetherston 

Wm. Freme Wyndowe . . 
Alfred Augustus Chapman 
Reginald Bainbrigge .... 

Frederick West 

G. Abercrombie Robinson 

Cam Sykes 

Cha. Anderson Morsbead * 

James Mancor 

David Douglas Wemyss 

Ensigns. 
H.R. Mortimer O'Sulli van 
Magnus F.Morton Herbert 
Cha. Raleigh Chichester 
Samuel John Maclurcan 
Oliver Matthew Latham 
William Henry Caimes.. 

Conrad Tulk 

Henry Grattan Busbe . . 



BNSION. 



P 9 Sept. 19 
P 11 July 26 
P 9 Nov. 30 

30 Dec. 12 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 19 Apr. 33 

2 Mar. 28 
P25Dec. 35 

12 Jan. 38 
P 23 Dec. 86 

11 Feb. 34 
P 8 Sept. 38 

18 Jan. 39 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P 89 Apr. 42 

20 May 42 

11 Nov. 42 
Pll Aug. 43 

26 July 44 
Pl7 Jan. 45 

1 1 July 37 

5 July 44 

P 4 Aug. 38 

25 July 45 
P 30 Dec. 45 

31 Mar. 46 
P28 Aug. 46 
P 20 Jan. 47 
p 2 Apr. 47 
p 20 July 47 
P 28 Sept. 47 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 31 Dec. 22 
P 25 Dec. 35 

30 May 34 

6 Jan. 14 

PIS Jan. 37 

P 1 Dec. 87 

20 Dec. 31 

30 Nov. 38 
P 3 Apr. 40 

30 Oct. 40 



27 Jan. 37 
P 23 Apr. 41 

6 May 42 
P 29 Mar. 44 

5 July 44 
P 17 Jan. 45 
P 28 Aug. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P14 Aug. 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P28 June39 
P20July 47 
11 Mar. 42 



P 10 Sept. 25 
P 7 Sept. 38 
P 8 Sept. 38 

30 Nov. 38 
P 3 Apr. 40 
P 8 Jan. 41 

19 Dec. 45 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 8 May 46 



BRBYST- 
HAJOR. 



28 June 38 



7 Paymaster Pennington 
•erred In the Peninsula with 
the 6th, from June 1809 to 
May 1814, including the battle 
of Busaco, actions at Torres 
Vedras, Lerla, Redinba, Pom- 
bal, Bobleda, Condeiza, Foa 
d'Arouce, Quarda, Jt Sabugal; 
battle of Puentes d'Onor, l«t 
siege of Badijos in Hay and 
June 1811 (on the 0th June 
commanded a party of 1 lerjeant 
and 80 men, which drore the 
enemy's piquet from the foot of 
the Breach); actions at Campo 
Mayor, El Bodon, and Fuenla 
Quinaldo; siege and storm of 
Ciudad Rodrlgo (reeeiTed two 
contusions in the Trenches, by the explosion of 
a 18-inch shell), siege and storm of Baimos, 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles 
of Yittoria, Pyrenees^ NireUe, Mite, Orthes, 
and Toulouse. 



Paynuuter. — ilJames Mabterson Pennington^ 25 Jan. 16; Ens. P5 Feb. 07; 

Xi^^P31 Mar. 08. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Henry Wheeler,' 11 Feb. 34. 
Quarter-Master. — James Earlsman Richardsony 9 Mar. 38. 
Surgeon. — David Dyce, 13 Dec 44 ; Assistant' Surgeon^ 15 Nov. 33. 
Assist.-Surg. — Robert Bowen, 18 May, 41. 

II [& Co. 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.^Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, Bt., Armiu 

[Returned from Jamaica, March 1847.] 

1 LleQt.-Oenera] Mlddlemore lerved in command of his Company of the 86th as Marines on board 
B. M.6. BrwMtoieh, with Lord Howe, and afterwards in the North 8m with Lord Duncan. Accompanied 
the force to Egypt from India, under Sir Darid Baird, and has receired the Egyptian medal. Berred 
also in the Peninnula with the 48th regiment, and has receired a medal for the battle of Talarera, the com- 
mand of the regiment having derolTed on him after Ck>I. Donelan was wounded. 

2 Lieut-Col. Bruce serred in the Peninsula with the 79th from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, includ- 
ing the battles of the Pyrenees on the 28th, 29th, and 80th July, the blockade of Panipeluna, battles of the 
Nivelle and the Nive (10th to 18th Dec.}, inrestment of Bayonne, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

8 Captains Webber Smith (wounded) and Lys, and Lieutenant Wheeler, were present at the attack and 
capture of Coorg, in the East Indies, in April, 1884. 

4 Capt. Mounsteven served at the attack of various poste, Jte. on the Frontiers of Canada, and 
withfai the United Stetes in 1818, 14, and 16. Served also with the 48th in the operations against tha 
B^iah of Coorg, in April, 1884. 

ft Lieut. Morsheod lerved in the 41st during the whole of the psmpaign of 1842 In Afl%hanlstan« and was 
present in the engagemente with the enemy on the 28th March and 28th April in the Plsheen Valley ; In 
that of the 29th May, near Candahar, 80th Aug. at Goaine, Mb Sept. before Ohnsnee, occupation and 
dcstmetton of that fortress and of Cabool, expedition into Kohistan, storm, capture, and dcf tnietion of 

ZslAlifC mnA in <h« m*lmta «nlnAV aflklra in SHil Ka*wjm«i *Ii* llnlaii Hfifl th« Kbvbsr Pi 



years' Serv. 



44 




22 



23 



Half 
Pav. 



JOO AdtMThePrincess Charlotte of fFales%orHert8.)R.ofFoot.l la Dubu.. 

"E^M0NT-0P-ZEE"-C0PEXHAQEN"-««QITEEN8T0WN/*-*^HINii."-rA.^ra^^^^ 

Cotonel.— « ©a 5ir Bdward Bowater/ KCH. Etu. 31 Mar. M; i^ * ^^'V'- 
23 Aug. 09; Capt. & i^-CoZ. «6 July, 14 ; Col. 12 Oct. 26; Mi^-Otm. 10 
Jan. 37 ; Lt.^Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; CoL 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. , .„, ^^_ 

Ltew^-CoZon*/.— Henry William Adams,' CB. Ens. 31 July, 23 ; f «««* '81 »««• 
25 ; Cap*, p 10 June, 26 ; Mqjor, Pl8 Jan. 39 ; Lt.-Coh P 13 Mar. 40, 

JlffljJi'».--William Raikes Faber,> 2nd Lieut, p 10 Apr. 26 ; Xieu*. p28 Aug, «8 ; 
Cflp^ P 22 May, 36 ; Brevet-Major, 23 Dec. 42 ; Af<u>r, p 17 Nov. 43. 

Corbet Cotton, -Brw. 9 April, 26 ; Lieut. p29 March, 27 ; Capt- p4 May, 82 ; 
Mqjort 6 June, 44. 







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CA.PTAINS. 

John Myers Montgomery* 
John Thornton Grant* . 
Henry Qcorge Hart . . . 
Henry Garner Rainey' . 
Charles Thomas Powell^ 

David M'Adam* 

John Grant 

Wm. H.Clinton Baddeley^ 
Charles Stuart Glazbrook 
George Francis Stuart 

Lieutenants. 
Lachlan H. G. Maclean 
Richard Thompson . . 
Cha. Philip Jos. Stopford* 

Henry S. M. D. Fulton . . 

Leopold Bellairs 

James Hesketh Biggs . . 

J. Wells Armstrong, a<(/. 

David Seton 

Charles Jones Powell. . . . 

Francis Jame» Bainpfylde 

John Hynde King 

Clia. Garner Ricliardson 

Cadwalladar Adams .... 
Ensigns. 

George Cliichester 

Wm. Whltaker Maitland 

Herbert Rocke 

William Bellairs 

John Nason 

, T. IMvvyn Houghton Piatt 

James Wiliiam Dewar . . 



ENSIGN. LIEUT. 



24 Dec. 28 

28 Apr. 28 
1 Apr. 29 

12 Apr. 31 
P20NOV. 35 

28 Apr. 37 
P 30 Oct. 
Pll Oct. 
p 7 Sept 



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p 23 June 37 

26 Dec. 34 
p 25 Feb. 42 
P17 Sept. 39 

8 Jan. 41 

28 Dec. 42 
p 30 Dec. 42 
P 18 Aug. 43 
p 30 Dec. 30 
p 5 Apr. 44 
p 20 Aug. 44 

25 June 44 
P 4 Oct. 44 
P 2 Sept. 45 



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12 Nov. 30 
19 July 32 
8 June 33 
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•' 1/ ISOV. *t> (,ottiid«l). Hraen 

Ui« Mary prior to Mterivg lk« Aff«y. 
& Capt. Ptowrtl 

P 30 July 44iop,„tfoo« !• Seiade wdrr Sir 
13 Aug. 44, NaplcT, loelndi 

P29NOV. 44;?f«^ 



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1 Nov. 42 



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A « J 1 ) *^P^ fowmU wmi aUo at the 4». 

2 Apr. 41 tuttctliin of IM Fort •! ImaoMglnir. 

40' « Cape M'Adam waa ai tte tta 

taking of Cbuaaa. a»S at Wanaaag, 

. , 1 ^^1 Ctite Klaat P«M» •^ NanklB. 

7 July 40 7 CapL Baddvley »m at 

P 25 Aug. 46j Cliu»a« (tad eapturv). Wt 

!p23 Mar. 47lKi*?2ri« wweb 

' twiec wouoded — «Dee dangenmtly bj a ball wMcb frac-^ 

i ^w AK^ S Lt. Maekaa«w»«l tliroufho«»«ha»koU«rth« 

P 16 May 45 operation* in China, rxrepi S t fo aa. 

P 23 May 45 i ' ^*' L.<»rimer srrrrd in the Paninmla flram Jaag ISIS 

n o mji^ jn (othcrnd oTibatwar in 1S14. 

P 8 May 40 ; „ q, .||,rter Mayna, 

9 May 40 , th* ar»t taklac of CkuMO. 

P 9 June 40 

P 7Julv 40 



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7 July 
P25Au.r. 40 
Pat/matter.— Uenry Seymour Michell,' 9 April 47 ; Em. P22 Hay S5; Xtfv/. 
AfijHtant. — Lieut. James Wells Armstrong, 25 Aug. 46. [22 Mar. 99. 

Quarter-Master. — Henry Mayne," 23 June, 37. 
12/, i Surgeon.— 'Jfi Wm. Lorimer.>*3 Nov. 37; il.-^tir^. 22 Jane»15; H.A. lOJniiey 11. 
AuUt.Surg. — Henry Beckwith, 3 Nov. 46. 

Facing* Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. BoTOogli, 
[ Retumedfrom Bengal, 24 A ug. 1843. ] [ 1^., Armit It Co. 

I sir Edward Bowatrr tenrrd wiUi thr Srd Gaardt, at thr tirgr and taklaf et Coprnhacm, la 1807 I and ankng ^ wratly la 
thr PcnlnMila from Dee. I80S to Sow. IMW, and acain ttom Drc. 1811 to the rn4 of that war ia ISI4. faMladiag tbr piwM^ aT 
the Doum and takin« of Op«^a. baltln of Talartra and Salsoianaa, eaptur* of Madrid, rirge of Burfoa. baitW af Viiftwta. 
fieff« of San Seliattiaa, pauayr "t the BidaaMa. and batUe of tkr Nirr ( Magrar's houar). Srrrcd alan tha canpatvi af ISlk 
iaetudhiir thr battlei (^ Qoaira Bra* and Waterloo. Woundrd at Talarera, and again at WatrilDO. 

S LiruL-Col. Adams niramandcd the ISth la tha IMIowinf epcrattana la China, Tia., IhrSrMi 
and taking the Heichtt above the eitf of Canion, rapture of Aaaoy, ircoad eapture of Chuaaa, 
fled Helfhta of Chinhae.and capture of the city of Ninaptk 

a M^or Paher, Captains Grant and Rataey, and Paynia»ier Mkfaell, acrtred threngfaoat ttit wbelt of 
China, eonneneing with the flnt takli« of Chnaan, and terwIaaHng with the dcBioaatf»tt»a ballBro Naahta, 
•tana and eapture of the heights above Cantea, attack and capture of Aasoy. second captare of Chc 
of the helghta of Chfnhae, oeeupatkia of If ingpo, repulse of the aight attack oa Klagpo. attack and oaptnw af Ac aaiaa j *^ 
camp oa the heights of Scgaaa, attaiek and e^tors of 
at Cfala Klaag Poo. 




10 Lieutenant Ljster terred in th« van of Suocenlon In Portui^ and fn Spain, ttom 189S Id 1941» «• 
Taptaln of Infantry and Caralrj, uid wo present in Oporto dorfnr the Sleire, snd at the Sl«g« awl Captare 
of Irun, Fontanibla. Morella, Ber^rii, and Ca^telotte, (lererelj wounded). Was on tike StalT of 0»«pral Ooa 
Diinro ij^on, enmmandinff hit eacort, and extra aldo-dt^-camp. He waa twiee dccoraltd wtlh the Ordrr af 
St. Pf>rdinnnd Tor cliargea of ravalry at Alio and Benra. and with the medalt for tbe tlefa and captvpt af Ir«a 
and Mcireila. H** served with thodOih in the ban e of Punntar (medal). 

2j Lieut. De Hontmnrfncsr Mrred with the 30th in China (Medal), and was praaent at tto 4t§me* of 
Nincpu, atiark and capture of Chapoo, Shanghni, Wf>o«iing, and Chin Klaug too. Be a«iTf<d with the 
60th on ili<* SiitleJ (Medal), and wai present at the balllc of Moodkee (eeverely eonliued), 
AIiwmI, and So*)rton. 

83 Llfitt. ktc<>« aorred on theSutlpj (Medal), at Moodkee, Feroteehah, Allwal (wo«ad«d\ a»4 

94 Lt. Ttarnrf trrvid on the SuileJ (MrdaM.— at Moodkee and Feitxaahah (aereraly wounded). 

XS AMl«t. Sur[r«<m Yount; aerrod with Ibv StUh In the camiiaicD on tiM 8«tH (lladalX 
battlee of Feroxefthah and Sobraon. 



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•• MOODKBB "— " FEROZESHAH "— '* ALIWAL'»— "80BRA0N." 

Colonel.— y^ Sir John Gardiner,* KCB. Ens. 23 Nov. 91 ; LietU, 12 July, 931 

Capt. 17 May, 96 ; Mq/or, l8 Dec. 06; LieuL-Col 29 Oct. 09; CoL 12 Au^jJ 

19 ; Maj,'Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 50th Regt. 20 Jan. 44 
LieHi.-^CoUmeU.—^ Nicholas Wodehou8e,*^»t*. 3 Jan. 07; Lieut, 31 Aug. 07; Capf\ 

P26 Sept. 11 ; Mqjor,^\% Oct. 21 ; Lieut.'Col. p2 Sept. 24 ; Col. 28 June, 3* 
9 Joseph Anderson,* CB. KH. JBru. 27 June, 05 ; Lieut. Oct. 08; Capt. 20 Jan^ 

14; Jfq/ar, P16 Feb. 26; Lieut.-Col. 1 April, 41. ' 

AfiyVw*.— Peter John Petit,* CB. Ena. v 19 May 26; Liettt. 12 Feb. 28 ; Capt^ 

P28 May 33; Mqjor, p30 Sept. 42 ; Brevet Li. -Col. 30 April, 44. i 

Geo.M'LeodTew.*A:iM.19 Au.13; Lr30Sep.l9: 0/»/ 12 Jan. .34: A///;. 10 Apr. 46 J 



Captains. 

J. Brathwaite Bonham^ . . 
Wm. Langley Tudor, #.• 

William Knowles^ 

Richard Waddy* 

Qeorge Frederick Long* 

Henry Needham*^ 

James John Enoch 

John Lucas Wilton'* .... 
Harry Wainright Hough" 
John Glaus Moller 

LiBUTENANTS. 

James Griffith Smyth".. 
H. Anthony O'MoIony" 
Benj. Grey Mackenzie,® r. 
Henry Williams Wily" . . 
Bdw.Cowell Mullen,'*^ t(;. 
Wm. Scott Carter'* .... 
Heathfield Jas. Frampton '" 
Charles Abney Mouat^''. . 
Robert Bridges Bellers'* 
FrederickTorrens Lyster'" 
Charles Hen-Tottenham*" 
Edward John Chambers^' 
R. E. De Montmorency'^ 
William Percival Elgee''*' 
Richard Moore Barnes'''^ 

John Purcell*' 

Cha. Hildebrand SlcsKor** 
Cha. A Ifred PoyntzJames** 
William Robarts Farmar'^ 

Thomas Ryan 

Robert Hyde Page 

MichaelCreaghSingleton'* 

Ensigns. 
Wm. A . Douglas Anderson 

William Bellers 

Parr William Kingsmill 

William Barry 

Edwurd George Hibbert 
Walter Devcreuz Shirley 



ENHKiN. 



P 1 Oct. 


29 


9 Apr. 25 

P 9 Aug. 33 

17 Aug. 32 

P27 Sept. 33 

16 Sept 36 

16 Dec. 36 


P 13 Mar. 


27 


P 20 July 38 
18 June 41 


P 4 June 


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22 Apr. 
27 June 


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LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. I BHEV.-MA/, 



P28 3Iay 33,^20 July 38 
P 26 Nov. 29 1 1 April 41 
P 20 July 38 P 26 June 41 



4 May 36 
P 17 June 37 

27 Nov. 38 
P 9 Feb. 39 

16 Mar. 32 ' 
P 10 Jan. 40 
P 3 Feb. 43 



P26 Aug. 30 

P 7 Apr. 37 

4 Aug. 40 

6 Mar. 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 

20 June 41 
P21 June 41 
P20 Aug. 41 
P17 Nov. 40 
P27 May 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 1 

29 Mar. 44 

21 Dec. 44 

22 Dec. 44 
P26 Feb. 46 

23 Sept. 46 
P 30 July 44 
P 6 May 42 



1 Apr. 46 

26 June 46 

7 Aug. 46 

IJan. 47 

P29 Apr. 46 

P 13 Aug. 47 



18 Nov. 41 
P 8 Feb. 42 
30 Dec. 43 
17 Jan. 46 
15 July 45 
10 April 46 
P 30 Dec. 45 



30 April 44 



19 June 40 



16 Feb. 40 4 U«jt.-Co1.Pctil eommAnaed thm 

1 n Mur !)7 ^^ ** ^^ batd« of PanniHr, and 

« Vi « u ou **••* *•'• *»""* •*»"* """^"^ »>"»• M« 

P 1 7 Feb. 38 »*rrttl nlso daniig the nprntions on 

1 K Vr>.. 4U *^* RutM (Medal), nod commanded 

lO JIOV. OV ! the 60ih in the hnttle- «♦" M.-wii.— 



17 July 40 ''foteiihah (tpro haraea that under 
jjrt c *■ Afi^ him). Had rtobraon (d-injrrroualr 
4*3 sept. 4U j wounded) : waa alao prcaeut at Alio 

P20 Aug. 41 '^•u,j„r Tew and Capt Bonhara 

luScpt. 41 «L<re preaent with the Mth in th« 

P an C«»» j^Q I battle of Punnlar (Medal). They 

»' OU ffepi. 4-4 I Barred alao the campai|rn on th« 

P 1 Nov. 42 WuiJrJ (Medal), in lM5-«,iueludinjf 

Q a ♦ ^Q ' **** hattlea of Moodkae, Feroteahah, 

O &ept. 4o Aliwal, and 4abrnon, at which last 

f\n Tioe* Aii *'**y *'"* «lo">ra"»"»lf wounded. 
OKf ^^C. 'M ^ Major Tudor aer/ed aa Aide^a- 

44 ' camp t(i Gnneral Grey in tha action 

AA •*' Pwnniar. 

** I 7 Capt. Knowlea waa prraent with 

45 1 '^« &Oth in the battle of Punniar 
.f. '(Medal). He aenred alao the rara* 

40, luiiim on the ftutleif Medial l. in l»4i. 



P 12 Jan. 
6 Oct. 

6 July 

7 Feb. 
1 1 Ft b. 

10 April 46 

11 April 46 
28 Aug. 46 

P 13 Aug. 47 
P29 Dec. 43 



40 1 nuign on the ftullej (Medal), in 
^Q 6, ineludini; the bMttlea of Moodkee, 



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FeroieBhtth (wound. ), h. Aliwal (dan^ 
Krroualy wound., rirht le|; amputat.} 
8 C«pt. Waddy, Lieut. Macxensie, 
Uoarter-Maater Hoora, Dra. Duvid- 
aOn and Barlow, were preaent at the 
battle of Puiiiiiar, and hare received 
the Bronte Htar of India. Mr. Moora 
waa alao at Moodke>, Feroarahah, 
Aliwal, and Boltraon ; and Dr. Da- 
« idaon waa at Moodkee h. Fcrowahah. 

9 Major Lonp aerved the campai^na on the HntleJ 
(Medal), tn the 60th, includinf^ the battlca of Moodkie. 
(wounded), Feroteahah, Aliwal, and Sobraon, in 
which laat he aucccedad to ita command 

10 Cupt. Needham waa preaent with the iOth intha 
battle of Punniar (Medal). He aerred alao the cam* 
miffn on the SaUeJ (Medal), ineludinfr the battlea of 
Aloudkee (aererely wounded), and Bobraon (daa- 
iperoualr wounded). 

IS LteutenanU (yMolony and Wily, and Aaaiat- 
8nrf- Burke aerved the eanipaign on the fiotlej 
(Medal), iiicludinK' the battlca «f Moodkca, Ferota- 



ahah, Aliwal, and 8obraon. 

Paynuuter.— John Beach Dodd,^» 25 Sept. 40 j Ent. 24 May 24 ; Lieut. 31 Oct. 25. 
Ac^utant.— Lieut. Edward Cowell Mullen,'^ 5 July 45. 

Quart er^Meuter. — Joseph Moore," 28 Aug. 38. [24 June, 16. 

5ur^0O7i.— James Davidson," 28 July, 40 ; Assist. 'Surg, 30 July, 26 ; Hosp. Assist. 
Assist. -Surgs. — Joseph Burke,^^ 10 Jan. 40. 

Cuthbert Fetherston Hough Barlow," M.D., 7 Oct. 42. 

William Baker Young,"' 8 April, 42. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Mm Oafdtner aerred in Lord Moira't expadUlon in Plandera and Holland in ITM and M. Actively employed tn 
tte West Indies, from 179& to ISOl. Aeeompantcd tbr expedition to Waleheren in 180B. Served In the PenloioU dnring 
1818 and U, and commanded a brigade at the battles of the Nlvelle and Orthes, Ibr which be has reeelTcd a medal and a 
elasp. Commanded the lofantry Brif ade thai took pooseasien of Buordeanx, and to the rarlous opnaSkms whieh took placo 
la the netftabourhood nf that town onUl the embarkation of the army for America. 

fl Col. Wudeboose serred tn Portufal from May I8QS to Dee. 1811, incladlng the battle of Vimlera, eampalfn ftam Lisbon 
to Oponok and battles of Bosaco and Faentos d'Onor i serred the campaign of 18U to the South of France* faselnding ttao 
■flblr at Tarbes and batCte of Tonloose. 

S Lt • Col. Anderson's serrlees i— Kxpedltion to Calabria, inelndiog the battle of Maids and sobseqaent operations, snd eap- 
tare ofthe fortress of Catrune } ei^edttlon to Bgypt In 1807 i Peninsula from April 1809 to Jan. 181>, lueludlng the batUes of 
Talavera (wowided)aod Bosaeo, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedraa. and Tarlous aflSsIrs there -, with the adTance at Btptohal, 
battlaoT Pnantes d'Onor, and nmny other allhirs and sklrmiaiies. Benrcd at the capture of Oaodalovpe In 181ft. Coomusidcd 
h Bvlgada at tb» b«lfl« off Pvmtar. and was scTorely wounded at Its bead when In the act of cbargtof dto 

For Notes 19. mid S8 fo 89. «e« nreeadifut tuute. 



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CotoneZ.— » «» 5ir Edward Bowater,* KCH. Ent. 31 Mar. 04 ; I**. ^Cap#. 

23 Atog. 09; Capt. & Xt.-Col. 26 July, 14; Cal. 12 Oct. 26; Jfq^-Ofii. lO 

Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; CoL 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. 
Liew^-Cotone/.— Henry William Adams,» CB. Ens. 31 July, 23 ; X»«ii f81 Dec- 

26 ; Capt. p 10 June, 26 ; Mqjar, P 18 Jan. 39 ; Lt.-Col. p 13 Mar. 40. 
Affl;(i-*.--William Ralkes Faber,> 2nd Lieut. P 10 Apr. 26 ; Xwu*. p28 Ajig- «« ; 

Capt. P 22 May, 36 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 23 Dec. 42 ; Mqfor^v^ n Nay. ^ 
Corbet Cotton, Ens. 9 April, 26 ; Lieut. P29 March, 27 ; Capt. * 4 May, S« ; 

MtdoTt 6 Jnne, 44. 



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Captains. 
John Myers Montgomery* 
John Thornton Grant' . 
Henry George Hart . . . 
Henry Gamer Rainey' . 
Charles Thomas Powell* 

David M<Adam< 

John Grant 

Wm. H.Clinton Baddeley' 
Charles Stuart Glazbrook 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUTf 



24 Dec. 28 

28 Apr. 28 
1 Apr. 29 

12 Apr. 31 
P20NOV. 35 

28 Apr. 37 
P 30 Oct. 36 
Pll Oct. 39 
p 7 Sept, 41 
P23 June37 



CAPT AIN. 

P24 June42 

30 July 42 

1 Dec. 42 

P27 Dec. 42 

Pl5Dec 43 



2 Jan. 33 

12 Nov. 30 

19 July 32 

8 June 33 

P 10 Feb. 37 

24 July SOjP 8 May 46 
P28NOV.37 14 Apr. 46 
P 7 Sept. 41 jP 9 June 46 
P27 Dec. 42 p25 Aug. 46 
p 6 Apr. 39 

31 Aug. 38 



BRBT.-MAl. 



p 12 May 43 



George Francis Stuart 

Lieutenants. 4C«p«.iii»tri«^wM«i 

LachlanH.G.Maclean .. 26 Dec. 34 31 Aug. 38 ^.^c^««jj^^^ 
Richard Thompson . . . . • p 26 Feb. 42 p 1 7 Nov. 4 J (,rouwi«i). h* lerwd m ywmn la 
Cha. Philip Jos. Stopford* p 17 Sept. 39 p 26 Jan. 41 ui« HaT,^to«»tert«,u»Atwy. 
Henry S. M. D. Fulton. . 8 Jan. 41 1 I «ov. ^-ij^j;^ ^. ,,^ a«-*i-«» iw 

Leopold Bellairs 

James Hesketh Biggs . . 

J. Wells Armstrong, a<(/.'p 18 Aug. 43 



28 Dec. 42 
P 30 Dec. 42 



David Seton 

Cliarles Jones Powell. . . . 



P 30 Dec. 36 
p 6 Apr. 44 



P 30 July 44|opmtl<m«laSeiod«iuMterCte 
13 Aug. 44, N»plef. iMladiag thm tattir* «l 

2 Apr. 41 ttruetionoroM P«rtaf laaaoBcbttr. 
P 8 May 46' « Ope M'AOam «u ai «h* ftra 



FrancU Jame» BampfyldelP20 Aug. 441^ 9 June 4n S£VIlS?P^^jS«^ta. 

- . .. « »-i_ 7 Cap*. Baddelry »•• a« 



John Hynde King 25 June 44 . »» 7 July 46 

p 4 Oct. 44 P25Aug. 46 
p 2 Sept. 45 P23 Mar. 47 















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Clia. Gamer Richardson 

Cadwalladur Adams • . . < 

Ensigns. 

George Cliichester 

Wm. Whitaker Maitland 

Herbert Rocke 

William Bellairs 

John Nason 

T. Kdwyn Houghton Piatt 
James William Dewar . . 
Rob.G. A.deMontmorency 



Chunn (Iiid eapturr). 



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Cbia 

klaac Poa. at wbteb Imm Im wu 
twice woaaded— once iUs<erou»lr by a tell wWeb Ikar* 
turvd tbe thif h boor. 

, rt « AK ' *'*• •••«'*•■ •WT«d chrBofhoak Iha 
P 16 May 4o operations in China, tnept 
P 23 Mav 46 ' "*'' LArlntrrM-rrfd in Ui* 
^ to the end of ibal war In IS14. 

IS Qr.-Maftrr Uajna,— «taa 
the Snt taking of Cbiuao. 



p 29 Nov. 44 



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P 8 May iG 
9 May 46 
P 9 June 46 
p 7 July 4C 
P26Au.f. 46 



ia« N«US» 



Pai/nuuter. — Henry Seymour Michell,* 9 April 47 ; Ens. P22 May 95; 
Adjutant. — Lieut. James W^ells Armstrong, 25 Aug. 46. [22 Mar. 39. 

Quarter-Master. — Henry Mayne," 23 June, 37. 

Suryeon.—l^ Wm. Lorimer.*3 Nov. 37 ; A.-Surg.^ Jane, 15; H. J. 10 Jme, 11. 
Assist. Surg. — Henry Beck with, 3 Nov. 46. 

Facings Qreeii. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — 7mA Agents^ Sir E. R. Borongli, 
[ Retumedfrom Bengal, 24 A ug. 1 843. ] [ 6#., A rmit It Co. 



I Sir Edwstd Bowater terved with the 3nl Guardi, at tbe tivgt and taking of Copenhagen, in 1S07 
the PeninraU fmni Dec. 1806 to Nov. 1S09, and a«ain tttfin Dec. IBM to tbe end of that war ta ISll. 
the Doum and takin« of 0|Mirto. baitlei of Talav* ra and Salamanaa. ra|»turt of MadrM* •iege of 
•ipf e of San Sebastian, ftastaire uf the Bidaaaoa. and battle of the Nlvr ( Mayor** houar). Srrretf alao 
Ineluillnr the battle* of Quatro Bru and Waterloo. Wounded at Talavera, and again at Watrffloo. 

S Lirut-Col. Adams commanded the ISlh In the fbllewtng ofMratiotts in China, tii., the Seal 
and uking the Hrifhta above the city of C«ntoa, capture of Amoy, aceond capture of Cboiaa, 
Bed HelghU of Chinhae.aad capture oftlw city oT Niacpo. 

S M^or Paber, Cairtaina Grant and Rainey, and Paymaster MlchelU aerecd th t e wgh oat dM 
China, coasBMneing with the Srst takii« of Chitiaiw aad tennlnailng with the 
•torm and capture of the heighta aboeo Canton, attack and capture of Anoy. teeoad capCare of 
of ilie hHfhta of Chtnhae. oecupatloa of Ningpo, repulae of the night attack on Ningpo, a tt a c k and 
•ntrenehed camp on the heighta of Scgoaa, attaiek and eapCara of Chapoo^ 
at Chta Klaag Poo. 




10 Lieutenant tyitcr icrred in th« wsn of Snersialon In Portiifal and In Spalo, tmm 1839 Id 184I» «• 
Captain of Infantry and Carmlrj, and waa preient la Oporto durinf the Siaire, and at tbr Slaf* aad Cwfimn 
of Irun, Fontarabla. Morella, Berpi, and CSiiteloU^, (wveratj wounded). Was on tha Staff of OeiiM«l Dsa 
D<<VO L4«n, commanding blf escort, and extra alde-dr-camp. He was twice deeoralcd wtlh lbs Ordw af 
St. Pordinand Tor rhartea ofcavalrj al Alio Bnd Ben;a, and with the medals lor tike sicfe and csplaiv of li«n 
and Mitreilu. If •* terriKl with thr AOth In the ban e of Punniar (medaU. 

2i Lieut. I>e Montmorency served with lUe SOth in China (Medal), and was pment al tits 4g ft w K 'a of 
Ninepo, attark and capture of Chapoo, Shai>|rh:ii, Woosiing, and (bio Kiaiif l-oo. Be eaived wltb iW 
6(>th on thn SutleJ (Medal), and was present at the battle of Moodkee (severalj eoottued)^ F^foanlMb^ 
AliWdl, and Sohrion. 

S9 Lieut, hicee arrrrd on theStitlej (M«>dal), at Moodkee. Peroteahab, Atiwal (wo«Bd«d\ «a4 Sobf«a«. 

94 Lt. narnet srrytd on tho 8utl«;j (Mrdal).— at Moodkee simI Peroteahab (aerenlr woundsd). 

XS AssiM. SfirrH>n Ynun^ aerrpd with tbt; Sl^th la tbs camjiaifii cm tiM S«im (Msdai^ larhrflf 1^ 
battles of Fcroseshah and Sobraon. 



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41 
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16 
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|Th« SpMfue with tli« wordi «• EGYPT"— "VIBHERA'*-" CORUNNA"—" ALMARAZ"- 
" VITTt»RIA "~" PYRENEES"—*' KIVE »'-" 0RTHE8"— •• PEXIN8ULA"— "PUNNIAR' 
•• MOODKEB"— " FEROZESHAH •'— ** ALIWAL"— "80BRA0N." 

ColoneL—y^ Sir John Gardiner,* KCB. Eru. 23 Nov. 91 ; Lieut. 12 July, 93j 
CapL 17 May, 96; Mt^or, 18 Dec. 06 j Lieut.-Col 29 Oct. 09; CoL 12 Augd 
10 ; Maj.'Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 50th Regt. 20 Jan. 44, 

LieHt.-^CoUmeU.—^ Nicholas Wodehou8e,»jBiM.3Jan. 07; Xi«i*. 31 Aug.07; Capti 
P26 Sept, 11 ; Mqjor, Pl8 Oct. 21 ; Lieut.-Col. P2 Sept. 24 ; CoL 28 June, 38. 

9 Joseph Anderson,* CB. KH. £ns. 27 June, 05 ; Lieut. G Oct. 08; Capt. 20 Janj 
14; Mqjory Pl6 Feb. 26; Lieut.-Col. 1 April, 41. 

Af«;Vw».— Peter John Petit,* CB. Ena. p 19 May 26 ; Lieut, 12 Feb. 28 ; Capt. 
P28 May 38 ; Mqjor, p30 Sept. 42 ; Brevet Li.- Col. 30 April»44. 

Geo.M*LeodTew*i5iM.19 Au.13; L^30Sep.U): O/w/ 12 Jan.34: A//7;.10 Apr.4n. 




Captains. 

J. Brathwaite Bonham' . . 
Wm. Langley Tudor, s.^ 

William Knowles^ 

Richard Waddy« 

Qeorge Frederick Long* 

Henry Needham*^ 

James John Enoch 

John Lucas Wilton'* .... 
Harry Wamright Hough*' 
John Olaus Moller 

LlBUTENANTS. 

James Griffith Smyth'*.. 
H. Anthony O'MoIony" 
Benj. Grey Mackenzie,' r. 
Henry Williams Wily'* . . 
Edw.Cowell Mullen,'* J t(;. 
Wm. Scott Carter'* .... 
Heathfleld Jas. Frampton " 
Charles Abney Mouat*''. . 
Robert Bridges Bellers" 
FrederickTorrens Lyster'" 
Charles Hen. Tottenham'"' 
Edward John Chambers^' 
R. E. De Montmorency" 
William Percival Elgee** 
Richarrl Moore Barnes'* 

John Purcell*' 

Cha. Hildobrand SiesKor"* 
Cha. A Ifred PoyntzJames** 
William Robarts Farmar^ 

Thomas Ryan 

Robert Hyde Page 

MichaelCrei^hSi ngleton** 

Ensigns. 
Wm. A. Douglas Anderson 

William Bellers 

Parr William Kingsmill 

William Barry 

Edwurd George Hibbert 
Walter Devereux Shirley 



ENSION. 



p 1 Oct. 29 

9 Apr. 25 

P 9 Aug. 33 

17 Aug. 32 
P27 Sept. 33 

16 Sept. 36 

16 Dec. 36 

P 13 Mar. 27 

P 20 July 38 

18 June 41 

p 4 June 36 

P 24 Dec. 33 

22 Apr. 36 

27 June 38 

P26 Aug. 36 

P 7 Apr. 37 

4 Aug. 40 

6 Mar. 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 

20 June 41 
P21 June 41 
P20 Aug. 41 
P17 Nov. 40 
P 27 May 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 

29 Mar. 44 

21 Dec. 44 

22 Dec. 44 
P25 Feb. 45 

23 Sept. 45 
P 30 July 44 
P 6 May 42 



1 Apr. 46 

26 June 46 

7 Aug. 46 

1 Jan. 47 

P29 Apr. 46 

P 13 Aug. 47 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. I BREV.-MA/, 



P 28 May 33 P2UJuly 38' 
P 26 Nov. 291 1 April 41 
P 20 July 38 P 26 June 41 



4 May 36 
P 17 June 37 

27 Nov. 38 
P 9 Feb. 39 

16 Mar. 32 
P 10 Jan. 40 
P 3 Feb. 43 



16 Feb. 40 
10 Mar. 37 

P17 Feb. 38 

15 Nov. 39 

17 July 40 
23 Sept. 40 

P20 Aug. 41 

16 Sept. 41 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 



18 Nov. 
P 8 Feb. 

30 Dec. 

17 Jan. 

15 July 

10 April 46 
P30Dec. 45 



41 

42: 

431 

45' 

45 



30 April 44 



19 June 46 



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4 U«at..Col. Petit eoinRi*n4ed tin 
Mth at the battle of Panninr, and 
bad bit bonw shot under him. U« 
•erred also duriiir the nperationa on 
the Suilfi (Medal), and commanded 
the 50th Iq the Imtllea of Moodkee, 
Feroieahah (tpro horwa shot under 
him), and rtobraon (dnnprroualr 
wounded): waa alao smeut at Alt- 

5 ICaJor Tew and Cant. Bonham 
Were preaerit with the Mth in the 
battle of Punniar (Medal). Thej 
aerrt^d also th« eampai|cn on th« 
Rutlfj (Medal), in )845-«, iacludin|r 

o c ^ A*> *^* battles of Muodkoe, Ferotrsbah, 
O >epC. %0 Aliwal, and Hobraon, at which Ia«t 

flf) rii»<» Al\ *'**7 ^en daiitferoualr wounded. 
OU UeC. *0 ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ Aide^a- 

44 ' eamp to Ueneml Onj in the actioa 
A A • •* ''Mnnwr. 
*^i 7 Cant. Knowles was prraent with 

45 *^** &(>*D in the battle of Punniar 
.o I (Medal). He serred also the ram- 

40 j iKii^'n on the 8utlej (Medal), in ItHft. 

^Q I B. iiicludinif the bitttlea of Muodkee, 

.. .g%\ Fernaeshah (wound ), & Aliwal ( dan- 

10 April 4(5 K**"*"*!)^ wound., riffht leir ampuut.) 

- 8 Ciipt. Waddy, Lieut. MacKenzie, 

Quarter- Master Moore, Drs. Dntid- 

■on and Bnrlow, were present at the 

battle of Punniar, and hare received 

the Bronse Ktar of India. Mr. Moore 

Wits also at Moodke*, Ferosrshah, 

Aliwal, and Koliraon ; and Dr. Da- 

V idson was at Moodkee h. Feroaeshah. 

9 Major Lonp served the campaifrns on the KntleJ 
(Medal), in the iOth, includin|r thebattleaof Motdkte. 
(wounded), Frrozesbuh, Aliwal, and Sobraon, in 
which last he succeeded to its command 

10 dipt. Needham was prtaent with the tOth Inths 
bdttle of Punniar (Medal). He serred also the eam- 
Daif^n on the SutleJ (Medal), ineludin* the baitlra of 
Aloodkee (severely wounded), and Bobraon (dau> 
l^rouslr wounded t. 

IS LieuteiianU CXfolony and Wilf, and Aaaist< 
Surf. Burke served the campaign on the BotleJ 
(Medal), iiielodioir the battles of Moodkee, Feroia- 



P 12 Jan. 

6 Oct. 
5 July 

7 Feb. 
11 Ftb. 



11 AprU46 

28 Aug. 46 

P13 Aug. 47 

P29 Dec. 43 



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shah, Aliwul, and 8obraon 

PtfywMWfer.— Jobn Beach Dodd,^» 25 Sept. 40 j £tu. 24 May 24 ; Lieut. 31 Oct. 25. 
Ac^jutant.—Lteut. Edward Cowell Mullen,*^ 5 July 45. 

Quarter^Master. — Joseph Moore,^ 28 Aug. 38. [24 June, 15. 

5ur^0O7i.— James Davidson,^ 28 July, 40 ; Assist. •Surg. 30 July, 25 ; Jkosp. Assist, 
Assist. "Surgs. — Joseph Burke,*^ 10 Jan. 40. 

Cuthbert Fetherston Hough Barlow,* M.D., 7 Oct. 42. 

William Baker Young,« 8 April, 42. 
Facings Blue. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Mm Oardiner served in Lord Moira's expedition in Ptandera and Holland In 1794 and M. Actively employed In 
tte West Indies, from 1795 to 1801. Accompanied the expedition to Walcberen In 1809. Served In the renloauU dorlng 
1818 and 14, and commanded a brigade at the battle* of the Nlvelle and Ofthei, Ibr whleh he has received a medal and a 
elasp. Commanded the infaatry Brif ade that look poaseision of Bunrdeanx, and lo the varloua opnaSkma whleh took place 
in the nelyhbourhood nf that town ontU the embarkation of the army for America. 

1 CoU Wudebooie serred in Poftugal fyom May 18QS to Dee. 1811, inelodlnff th* battle of Vlmtera, campaign from Lisbon 
to OportOk and battles of Biuaco and FncBles d'Onor i served the campaign of 1814 in the South of Praaeet including the 
■Ohlr at Tarbea and battle of 'ronlmise. 

S Lt •Col. Anderson's services i— Kxpcditlon to Calabria, Inetnding the batUe of Maids and rabseqncid operations, and cap- 
ture ortbefortrctt of Catrone i expedition to Bgypt in 1807 \ Peninsula tnm April 1809 to Jan. 1819, hieludlng the battlea of 
Talavera (*ouiided)aod Bnsaco, retreat to the line* of Torres Vedraa, and varlimt affairs there \ with the advance at Bsplnhal, 
battloof Ftaites d*Onor, and asany other allhirs and skirmishes. Served at the capture of Oandahmpe In 181 A. Comrnaaded 
h Bfflgade »l ttie battle of Pinmlar, and was severely wounded at Its bead when In the act of ebartinf ttm 

Tor Notes 19. and S8 to 89. set nrtradlna ftaas. 



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19 





17 





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CQioneL .. ' 4^ -s^ 

9 Sir Rltliard Bparke/. KCB. ^ns. 22 Kov. I70d'; U^ & Capt ^ Wot. »; 



l^uili Half r Aliv«r, 27 Aug. i605 ; Lieut. -CoL ICS^pt. 00; Col. 4 June, 14 iAr<^<-G« 
10 July, 21; Lun<f.-Gfen. 10 Jan. 87 ; Co/, aith Regt. 29 Ndn 37. 



Lieut,- Colonel, 

VSeveruBWin. Lynam Stntton,' JET/u. 11 June, 12; Zuni^ 6 J«A. 14; dpi. 
P 13 Aug. 26; Mqior^ p2 Dec. 31 ; Lieut.- Col. P 6 May, 42. 

Mqjore. 
George Baberly, J9yu. P2d Jan. 90; lAaU. p24 Dm. 20; Ctipt. p93 Aiv«83 ; 

Jlf/VV,P29 8cpt. 43. 
Maximilian James Western, J?fU. MO Jane, 26 ^ Xfeu/. P8 Jmi|f, 90 1 Copl. 
P29 Dec. 35 ; ATq/or, Pit April, 46. 



C APT A IBS. 

JttDiei Dmper, «. •• • . • 

Wm« John Janaea • • • . . 
Cbarlea NorriB .,«.«.« 
Fned« Arthur Brrington. 
Ambroae Bareroft Parker 
Harry A IthamUamberlege 
Ramsay Hankey Smith . . 
W. Witchurch Lyttleton 
Hon.O. F. \V. Yelverton 
Wm« BaillieJopp 

Lib U TENANTS* 

John Canavan 

Fra. Henry KUviqgton . . 

Thomas Stirling 

WiUoughby H.Carftcr/u^'. 
iCharles Scott Jeffery .... 
Geo. W.Powlatt Bingham 
i/on. James Lyon Browne 
Isaae Temple Twining .. 
'John Buchanan Bume . . 
)Wiliiam Uelhliam Candler 
NevHle Hill Shute 



BN8IG5. 



JRobert Bickcrstaff 

Joseph Singleton 

Ensigns. 

Robert Blockler 

Alfred Pieton Bowlby .. 

Robert Dn Caae 

John Henry Capcl Loft . . 

Charles Thompson 

Hen. RobL Crewe Oodley 
Eftwarct Wm. Armstrong 
William John Chads .... 



18 Dec. 23 
P 20 July 30 
P26 Feb* 31 
P 21 Feb, 34 
P13Mar. 36 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P 1 July 30 
PU Apiv 37 
P 1 Dee* 87 
P 6 July 38 

22 July 30 
P 20 July 38 
P23Apr. 39 
P 4 Oct. 39 
P17 Nov. 40 
P 10 Feb. 38 
P 14 Jan. 42 

20 May 42 
P 20 Sept 43 
P 3 Not. 43 
P 22 Mar. 44 
P 8 Nor. 44 
P23 Jan. 46 

12 Sept. 43 
31 Oct. 45 
P 3 Apr. 4(> 
14 Apr. 46 
Pl0Jtine4C 
P 25 Sept. 46 
P20Dee. 4(( 
P 12 Nov. 47 



LIEUT. I CAI>TA1N« |BmV."<SAJ. 



P 19 Nov. 25 P 24 Dec. 29 
P 20 Apr. 32 1 P 1 Dec. 37 
P23 Aug.33iP23Apr. SO 
P 1 JiUy 36 P 6 May 42 



20 Nov. 37 P 29 Sept 43 

22 Apr. 85' P 22 Mar. 44 

P 6 July 38|P 8 Nov. 44 

P23 Apr. 30 Pll Apr. 45 

9 May 40 p 27 Mar. 46 

P17 Nov. 40 P23 8ept46 



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*9 Not. 40 



23 Aug. 34 
P 8 Jan. 41' si.tc<d.mr«ii«ii 

P 6 May 42, »*f«^l*S'2l?.ll?tJ[!!**' 

p 2 juijr 41 1 c^.':rjj:5r*^ '^''' 

P 29 Sept 43 i»nic or vttfort* by t«« i 
8 AprU 42 ^f^ i» tfc- %p-y. «» •f wSirfc 

P 8 Nov. 44 
P17 Jan. 45 
P27 Mar. 46 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P 26 Sept 46 
P 20 Dec. 46 
P 12 Nov. 47 



Paymaster.^Jtmc9 Howes, 1 Oct. 47 ; Quarter-HfttlUr, BtfL 39. 
Ai^utttnt. — Lieut. W. Harcourt Carter, 3 Aug. 43. 

Quarter- Afa^/er.— John Lears, 1 Oct. 47 ; Em. 8 May 40 ; X#. p 19 March 47. 
^uri^em.— Wm. Smith, 2 July, 41; AsHtt.Surff. 28 Sept 2G; Hm^^Atsut, 
Amtttmt'aurgeon.-^yf\mam Purdon, MD. 29 May 4a [» Umr. 26. 



[Retumtdfram North 



20 July, 43.1 



Fadngt Black.— ^yen^#, Messrs. Cox k, Co.—Irifh AgmU^ Mcmis. Cuie h Co. 



I Sir Skhanl Boork* acnrtd la RelUsd In 17W. aoS wm pmmt fai At 
•nd Cih Oel. wh*r» he r«erlr«d a wrere wouod thruofk both jawt. mrfH 
•wl wu prtfcnt Is Uw artlooi of lb« I9th ami SOdi Jaa. 1«Q7: at tha dtM 
4itiaa a<alMt Siirdos A|rrr«. 



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""^mJJmJS?^] 65th {The 2d Vorktlare N. Riding) Befft. 0/ Foot. 217 



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8 
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6 

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5 
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4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
2 
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12 

9 

9 
12 

3 

3 

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Captains. 
^eo. Fr«emto Mfuray 
Jaa. Lewis Smith . . . 













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Thomas GrositeiUNrf* J^ns. 1 0<^t* 1779; Lieut. 8c Capt. 20 Oct. 84: Capt. ft 

Lt.'Col, 25 Aprfl, 93 ; CoZ. 3 May, 9G ; M^m-'Qen. 29 April, 1802; X«.-ara. 

25 April, 08 ; Gen. 12 ^ue. 19 ; Field Mars, 9 If »v. 46; Col. 65 R^. 8 Feb* 14). 
.£MM^,-<:<]^(m«;.^rChiirles Bmili^ Gold, .Sim. p20 Mar. 28; £/. p^ Oct. 31 c 

QapU P 5 Feh. 30; Mqjor, p 4 Oct. 44 ; LijeuU-iCol* 1M) Dte. 46.U 
4toor^— Alfred Francis W. Wyatt. Enr. P121>ee. SOj-Z^mv/l; p23 Apr. 20 ; 

Ca;>^ Pl9 Sept. 34; JlfrifoTyP 23 Sept. 46. \ i .. 

iiwes Patience,* J?im. 5 April, 1(>; Xt^u^. 24 Oct 11 ; Capt. 19 Nor. 27: 

Brev,-^q;i»r, 23 2*foT. 41; itfqfi)^, 90' Dec. 4i9«' ' '^ ■ - ri - 



i 



29 Apr. 2d 

P21 Sept 28 

yHictbirdO'€eniieil« ..| 12 May 1$ 



J. FltzHerbertde Teissier^ 
WiUiam Pym Young f . 
lUehan} Newenham .... 
St L^er Ban7 ........ 

Peter Wolfe 

William Johnston' 

Oliver Barker D'Arcey • . 

Lieutenants. 
Christoplier Rhatigail/z{{f. 
Duncan. Bazalgeite, r. . . 
C^lef. AUred Cuthhert 
Tlfomai Robert M'Cqy . . 
Benj. W. Rawson Trafford 
Thomas Barnard 
, Ro^t Henry MacGregor 

John Gordon 

Geoiige Meyler 

Uenry Ferdinand Turner 
John Hervey Rlton Blwes 

James Paul' 

Chas. Philip 0*ConncIl. . 

Ensigns. 
Rich. B. Twyford Thclwall 
Pra. Percivai Drought . . 

John Ewen . . * 

James Barton « . . • . 

Richard Maxwell Slegg. . 
Wm. Fred. Tho. Marshall 
James John Dudgeon .... 
John W. Hughes Williams 



B9fSIGN. 



LlteCT. t CAWAfN. IBREV-MAJ. 



P13Bept33 
P26 0ct 30 
P14 June 31 
P27 Nov. 35 
P 22 July 36 
P 9 Jan. 26 
P 8 Apr. 26 

26 Apr. 39 

p 31 Jan. 40 

PlOMar. 41 

26 May 42 

P21 May 41 

16 July 41 

P31 Dec. 41 

5 Oct 41 

P 7 Oct. 42 

8 Feb. 42 

P 6 Oct 43 

8 Nov. 43 

1 July 42 

P 8 Nov. 44 

P 6 Dec. 44 

7 Dec. 44 

p 13 June 45 

P23Sept 4o 

13 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

P 21 July 46 



P29Jane 32 
p 22 Oct 33 

15 Ju^ 13 

1 Apr.. 30 

P27 Nov. 85 

P 5 Feb. 36 

10 Jan. 39 
P17 Apr. 40 
i» 6 ^o^. 27 
P 9 Dec. 81 

80 Dec. 41 
P 31 Dec. 41 

12 Sept. 43 
P 23 June 43 
P 8 Nov. 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 18 June 45 

4 July 45 

P 23 Sept 46 

8 Dec. 45 

P 16 Dec. 45 

19 Dec. 451 



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9 Not. 40 



p 5^an. 39 
P17 Apr.40 

16 July 41, 
P 6 May 4^ 

12 Sept 43 
P 4 Oct 44 
P 6 Dec« 44 
9 23 8ept45 
i> 2d Nov. 36 

lODeo.46 ' ' 

« Qm/t, VC«nacll aetrM l« ib« 
PeaioauU with |he OA \,X. 4«tahu y 
fron April \tf\!t, to tbt rnA of^thal 
-war In liM* iMluiifoc the- teptim 
of BmAHMt wWrr <k« wu^4v^iy 
•roand«4 M ^ .voliiptcfr pr^h' th« 
•Cormlnf ^k^\ hatitt 4r 4ala- 
■UMtt, tmt»af 6i M«l#lb and 
tb« Aetfro, r«tn«t •fyoa 31a* 
dri(U action at 8|ip Munep, ihat- 
tlet 6t Vitt6rta' and th« {"yreiec^ 
' acacn at I««i*ra, ati«elt tm th« 
h«i|lito 9t Vf«B, 9««iM«i or thn 
BidsMoa, and many 0thcr n^tnor 
alfaira. 8«««r*ljr wonadM «| th« 
cnpcUN of Bafdi^d* on the dif ht 
of «• Sth AprlU \^\% y^rk h* 
servMl as a' roluntc^' with tba 



4 July 45 

10 Qnarter.MaMBf Baul Mnwd aftlnst tb« Pirataa 
in thn P«isl«a Oul/. and de«true^Wm uf Raa-eU 
Kbyma, In 1809 1 at tbc captnrc of tha lale dT Pi^anoe 
In 1810 1 In th« Kattr»«r ODOttlry In IBIMS, and 
taking th« PoH of M*w Nugf^r ; ki the .Ouamu 
and Kuteb In I8U. U. and 16» and taklhg the forts of 
Anfar, Kineootc. fcnd Dwailli V liabratth *ar in the 
Dccean, 1817 aad Itk C^toit •( P*M» aitf Cuieh \ 
stunning the hHl C»f^ of BooJ i BapedltiaB te the 
Persian OulC IncluUinc the cantnre of th« fbtts of 
Ras-el.lLhyma and Zaya. ISn. Bapcdltlon to 
ArablA to Ittt. iaeliBriin« Ihe aMllM M Benfr;Boa-AII« 
•nd destnwtisaof thq Plr«(«sw 



1 



PayiROf/^.— J. Williams Manliall; 3 Apr. 46 ; ^lu. P 2 Sept 36 • it. ^19 Mar. 41 . 
AdHutant.—Lieut. C. Rkatigan, 30 Uec, 4K 

Qtiareer- Afrtf/^.-— Thomas Paul,'® 26 Apr. 30; ISns. 25 Jan. 39^ , 
Surgeon. — Robert Keating Prendevgast, 14 Apr. 46; Amst.-Sufg.^f Oc(. 36. 
A^ti^it'Sfirgeone. — ^Thomas Esmondc Wlilte, M.D., 26 Sept. 45* 

William Ker Vtik, 31 0<rt. 45. 

Paemge White.— -iii/en**, Messrs. Cox ic Co, 

' \ -MjH Wrffaril Xkttmfmgtt »oco«nveai«d bis reg tmont (tba 3rd Poot Guards) to Holland tn 1793, and aftvnrkrda Into 
Ita4fr4i In 17M he went vitb tfa« expedition to the Hcldtfr, and was present In the aflUr M IheUnea W SArpe (^Miidled), 
tU btftlc of Atkasaer. and the ifetitfkii or the 17th Sept; Add Sill anAIMi Oet. O il— i Mifcul yie>pte t iw» tod ouWpets at the 
•ice* of Copenhi^en on the day of the sortie, when the Dance were repulsed. At the siege of Vlushhigt he was ntet In 
nwnniaad te Sir Byre Cootc. 

3 Mi^orPatl«nec was fresent at thf surrender of Martinique, and at the eaptnre of Lcs Saintea and Ousdalonpe, In lllft. 

A C^C de Teissier setTsd in Selilde, ta emnniad of a. dttiili— t, pratscWg ih« ttores and aamunluon of the army, 
tracked up the todua. Serredalao in the Light Company of the 17th during tha campaign in AOJihanlstan and Beloochistan, 
Mfr war pe t h t»t \a CSatMrin «iid<«ivlara ef the Cortresaes of Ohtwnce and Khclat, for which he has reecived the Medal. 

< Maier Johnston scrred with the 4Mi througliottt the whole o( the opctatlons In Chfata, except the cspcare ef Scgoan, and 
'wM latent at llie Mtaefe and caplnie of Chusan (both operaUont), stonn and capture of the heights above Canton, attach 
ioM 'tteiMhr« of 'AMay and Chlniwe, ooaufaMoa of Ningpo and repulte of the night attack, attAek and eipiure of Segoan, 
CSh#M^-WoMnn^, maA Chin lUang Foo, and demonstration before Nankin. 

7 Lleuc Paul served witii Mm 31 st throu«hout tlie campaign of 1S45-6 on the SnflcJ (medal), and wgs presrat in th« 
totUea or llMdkae, reroMshab, (wooaded), Bnddiwal, AUwal, and Bobraoa. 



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George Charles Dowonmn 
Ftancis William Astley . . 
Wm.M. S.Canlfleldy d.atf. 

Tom Bextaon 

HftTdresse Robert Holmes 

Robert Conner 

John Clifton Hawkes. . . . 
William Robert Pyne • « 
Geo. Fired. Campbell Brmy 
Nicholas KendaU 
Walters. Peavee SeraeoVl 

Prederiek Wainwri^ht . 

Wlldman Tatcs P«d ... 

Webster Tlioroa* Gordon 

I David Robert Ross .... 

Geofge Watson 

Richard White 

Afch. Hamilton Dunbar 
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P 7 Apr, 32 
P24llay 27 
PS3Peb. 96 
P 9 May 34 
P24 Apr. 35 
PS2 Not. 36 
10 Jan. 37 
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P16Dec. 40 
P 21 June 89 



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fl Richard Bkmt » Mn$. 31 Jan. 1787 ; Lieut. 23 Feb. 91 j Copt. W Jtf y, W; 

Mmfar, 17 May, 96; Xieui.-Coi. 23 Aug, 99; C<>i. 26 0ct. 1809; M^-Gen. 

1 Jan. 12 ; Lt.-Ofn. 27 May, 26 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41; CqU 66th Rcgt. ^ Man 31k 
JMeitf.-Cotow/.— Tho. Henry Johnston, £ns. P 21 Peb. 22 ; Limt. P 1 Oct,26 ; 

Copt. P 24 Oct. 26 ; Mf0cr, P 20 May, 36 ; Lieut, -Col. p 28 Dec. 38. 
Mmw-g.Sir William Goidon, Bart., Era. P 6 June 28) Limit* P27 Apr. 32; 

Capt» P 12 May 87 ; Mqjor, P8 Nov. 46. ' ' .„ ; 

Charles Edward Michel ; Mm. ►26 Nor. 28 ; Lieut. 23 Nov* 38 ; C^i. »2 Feb. 

38 ; Afnjor, p 25 Jone, 47 

Captaiks. 
Geo. Grattan Bisooe 
John Johnston . • • . 
George Maxwell . • . . 
Henry John Turner 
Edw» Montagu Davenport 
Fred* Charles Trench .... 

George A. Taylor 

James Hunter Blair Birch 

Arthur Blount «»..,... 

James Hamilton RDSS,a4^'* 

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P 12 Feb. 30 

r 9 Mar. 32 

29 May 28 

P22 Nov. 36 

6 Aug, 38 
P 28 Dec.. 38 
P22Feb. 39 
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29 Oct. 41 

P 4 Mar. 42 

28 May 42 

P 8 Nov. 42 

p 90 June 43 

p 11 July 46 

P 24 Jan. 46 

P 8 Aug. 46 

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p29 Dec 43 
p31 Dec. 44 
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P20Oct. 43 
28 Dec. ^ 
P29DeC. 43 
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P 8 Aug. 45 
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8 Oct. 12. 
AiOutani. — Lieut. James Hamilton Ross, 21 Oct. 43. 
QtMrfer-Afoffer^-Mathew Reiley, 27 Sept. 42. 

i9tfr9Miit.**-RobertG. Montgomery, M.D., 19 Nov. 47 ; jUeiei,'Swf* flJeHf 30. 
^«nff<iii/-^ur0V9iM.— -Walter Simpson, MD. 23 Feb. 44. 

Joseph Thomas ta Presle* 22 Dec. 46. 



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ll^'«r«.<^9 Thomas James Adair/ Eru. 26 Hay. 09 \ Lieut, 20 Feb. 11 j Capt. I 
r P 27 Mar. 23 j Brevet Mqfor, 23 inne 38 ; Jlf«i/(?r, 9 HFov. 4d. 
r. Thoiiias Jf oaephus Deverell, JSVw. 7 Itoy. 29 ; 'Lieut. 25 Jime 29 } Ohpt, p 30 Aug. 
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r, l^bert FollettSynge^' 
Roli^rt Hi^daou Wood y. 
Francis ^chard Taylor.. 
r. Dugald Stewart MiUef 
r. Thomas Basil jTuite. ,. 
Robert Charles Feel . . ,. . 
John Cuthbert Miirray . . 
r. William Du Vernet' . . 
James Graham^ Apy... » . 
Fitsmaurice Pra^ ..•;>• 
Daniel Thompson . . . L^ .. 
r. C<mii^W.Const«Ei varola 

William D*Arcy ) 

Robert Blakenegr -p" 

John Mackay M^^enzlef 

BNSiosa. 
George Augustus M'Nair 
r. Edward Danbeney .... 
r. Alfred Addingtoii Jones 
r. William Wallis Davy.. 
William Camming Shells 
r. James Anderson, A<y, 
r. Henry Leslie Hunt . . 
r. Bdm. Holden Stewurd 
William Serjeant Arnold 
Vivian Arthur Webber. . 
f John T. NlcoHs 0*Brien 



P 28 M«r« B4 .1^ 29 Deo. 37 
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P24Feb. 43 Pll July 4S 
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22 Mar. 44 29 Jan. 46 

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P 20 Dec. 44 29 Dec. 
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P 1 3 A ng. 47 SaUrJ is IS4S <m*dan« «itli the mM, tnS wai ptetcm 
P 1Afl«mr A7 ^<* **>« aeUom at B«ridlwpl» AUw«l. myi SoM««n.. 
1 , T^ J ^« S Fwroaatw Kobinson Mrred at tlie iiege of Ah««^ 
11 Sept. 47 irhur. MttKft mi Apr'J, ^8». ' , 

PflyifMM*«r.—Jajpes Robinson,® 26 Dec. 87 ; Ent, 20 Nov. 17 j JMwrf. $4 Apk-il,20. 
il4r'ttf<i»<i.-—Xi<rt**. James Gmiam, 22 Jan. 47V 

r. ^?uf^>i James Anderson, 3 St'pt. 47. ■ " 
Quarter'Mqsters.—Qeotge Crispin, 26 Oct. 30 ; JBVis. 22 Mmr. 89. ' ' 

r. lemmas McOrath, 8 8ept.>47, ' 

SuTffeoru.-^annsB Shiels, M.D. « July, 41 ; AsHit.-Surg. 29 July, 8d; Boep.- 

iljtf&f.26jan.Bt. •' ,, «« 

r. John Samuel Chariton, 8 Sept. 47 ; Ate'at,-Surg, 1 Mar. 89. 
^wf»(tfrte-5f«j^eon^.— Thoibto Bhit*i«rw»ck, 4 June, 47. 
r ' r. John Henry Dundas,6Peb.46. 

'Padnge^eWoir.^Agente, Messrs. Cox k Co.SrishAgentt^Sir K. B. BcfHiugfa. 

IBetumed from Canada, \5thDec, 1842.] I^*. Armit, & Co. 

1 LlMt^Gcnnal CUfberow lerrfd the EcypHan campaign of 1801 ; the expedition to Hanorvr In 1806 ) andthat to Wal. 
•bmn. In 1808. In the PrnioniU fto-n Dec. 1809 to Dee. 1811. laeludJng the bottles of Bu»aeo. Fnentee iTOnor (aererely 
•wmded), and nfi^— »*«, and tlege of Butes (aeverelj: wonnded). Serred alto In Prance, in 1816. Modal U» aenriect in 

• Lt-Col Omme terred on the f^ontlen of Niagara In 1814 and 16. Served alao at the siege and cnptnre of Logbur, 
lattpoee, Koarrjr, and Rhygbur, In the Southern Cooean eonntry in India In 1818. , , n ^ , 

4 M^r Adair eerred in Spain from Sept. 1810 to the end of ttie war. Including the ilege of CadUr »*««•"/, *«"|«^ '"^ 
Sea niiHm Balainere. Villa Franca, Tarragona and Barcelona. Serrfd aUo Uie Wepaul campaign* of »»'7 »« »»* •»» 
mbaeqnenOr ta Oie Decean, including tbe sieve and reduction of Rhygbur, Amulnier, and ^^'^^^^JrV^JT^^J 
•winded by matchlock baUs In the left arm, and right side at the siege of Asseergbur on tbe erenlng of Uie 1Mb Maren, isiv, 

*■ repairing a soetle made by tbe garrison of the fort Into the town. .^ ^ _ « . ^ **«. 

served with the 49th on the China Expedition, and was present at the attack and capture f' Am?f • Cb«»" 
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" ORTHES"— « PENINSULA." 



Coi&neL 
9 Chsrlefl Nfdol,> CB., Sns. 24 June, 96 ; Lt. 31 Aug. 96 ; CapL 30 Ifov.lNii^ 
Mc^vr^ 3 April, 06 ; JA.^OH. 18 June, 11 ; CoU 27 May, 25; Mqjj^r'^Qfn^ 
10 Jan. 87 > Lt.-Gen, Not. 46 ; C0L 68th F. 7 Dec. 44. 

JLwtt.'-CoUmel.'^Lord William Paulet, En$. p 1 Feb. 21 ; Xte«/« p 2$ Avg. SS | 
Ca/i^. P 12 Feb. 25 ; Mqj&r^ p 10 Sept. 30 ; Limt.-Col. 21 April, 43. 

Af^'oTf.— Richardson Wm. Huey, Bru, 26 March, 26; Lieut. PlO Dee. 26^ 
Capt. V 11 June, 30; Mqfor, p 13 Oct 38. 

Harry Smyth, JSns. p 10 July 23 ; Ueui, p 13 Aug. 26; Capt. P 15 Oct 29 | 
M<{fary 21 April, 48. 



Captaik*. 
Richard LeckonbyPhlpps 
Wm. Henry Qillman. . . . 

Geo.M<Beath 

Arthnr Edward Kennedy 

Henry Smyth 

Herbert Blount *,. 

Heneage Griffith Wynne 

Sa^ey Brovne 

Alfred Tippfaig 

Wm. H. H.Carmichael.. 

I^BUTBNANTS. 

Henry Harpur Oreer. • . . 
Tho.WhltmoreStorer^ii^f. 
Fra. C. P. Amed^ Stuart 
Samuel Wm.Hen.Hawker 
John Edw.LevesonQower 
Horatio Harbord Morant 
Hon. Dan.OreTille Finefa 
Heniy Q. R. Carmiehael 
Qooige Hugh Alington 
Edmund Dafid Lyon. . 

John Casdidy 

EiraiovB. 
md, Staekley Savage 
Wm. Geor^ StevenBon 

Stephen Croft 

C. Ughtred Shnttleworth 
Ralph Westropp 
Wm. Francis Willougfaby 
William Henry Sejrmoor 
CImrles Samuel Nicol • . 
Hon. Eyre C. Hy. Massey 
Charles Bdmonslone Kirk 
Pmymuuter. — Morris Rob 



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10 April 25 
P 1 July 28 
P 15 Oct 20 
P24 May 27 
P 28 June 33 
P 8 Nov. 33 
P 10 July 36 
P 26 May 38 
P 22 June 38 

12 June 40 

P 10 Sept 41 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P 30 May 43 

19 Jan. 44 
P 23 July 44 
P 20 Aug. 44 
P 2 May 45 
P 16 Dee« 45 
P 30 Dec. 46 
P 14 Nor. 45 

10 May 43 

P30 Jan. 4d 
P 31 July 46 
P 28 Aug. 46 
P 18 Sept 46 
P 8Noy.4G 
P 22 Deo. 46 
P 7 May 47 
P 14 May 47 
V 8 Oct 47 
P 6 No?. 47 



LIBCT. 



31 Dec. 28 
14 May 31 
P 31 May 33 
P 17 Feb. 32 
P 28 Oct 36 
P 16 Sept 37 
P 13 Oct 38 
21 April 43 
P30 May 43 
P2dJuly 44 

P20 Aug. 44 
P 23 Jan. 46 
P30Jan. 46 
21 Apr. 46 
P 31 July 46 
P 3 Not. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 
P 7 May 47 
P 14 May 47 
P 8 Oct 47 
P 14 Apr. 46 



P 3 May 33 
P 13 May 36 
P 28 Oct 36 
P]2June40 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P23Jttly 44 
P30Jan. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 
P 7 May 47 
p 14 May 47 



CAPTAIN. BRBT.*MAJ» 



9 Not. 46 
Not. 46 
9 Not. 4tt 



1, 20 Aug. 41 ; JS^. 2 July, 99 : XAmi. 

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nsonCampbe 
At^utant. — Lieut. Thomas Whhmore Storer, 30 March, 47. 
Quarter^Miuter.—1>unei Doherty, 23 July, 41. 
5iir^am.— Thomas Hunter, M.D., 23 July, 44 ; Asiiit.'Surg. 18 April, 54* 
Jiftf^afi^-^vr^eon.— Robert William Woolcombe, 28 March 45. 
Facings QreexL-^Aqentt, Messrs. Cox ic Co.— JrisA Agent, John Atklnsoq, JB$q, 

iRetumedfimn Canada, June, 1844.] 



I Lirat..O«nei«l Kleol commttdcd tk« «9tll «k the tattles of VUtorla, tta Pj 
Commanded a divlfion of the umj, aader Sfr Datid OcklerloB.r* In tlw NepaiU 
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Colnd. 
John Vincent, < Ent. 16 July, 1781; Lieut, 3 Au^. 82; Capt. 26 Get. 86; 
AfKi/ory 6 May, 86; Xmh^.-CoI. 1 Jan. 1800; Col. 26 July, 10; Mqjor-Oen. 
4Ju&e,18;Xr.-(?en.27Mtty,96, 6f«n.29Nav.41; CM.60tbB«gt,2 JaD«36. 

Litut.'CoUmeli, 
US Eaton Monina,*^iw. PI Dtc. 14 ; IMut. PQ Sept. 19^; Capt. P2S June, 26 j 
Af^'or, P19 Nov. 30; Lieut.'Col. p2 Oct. 36; Co/. 9 Nov. 46. 
lir .Winiam Blackburne, Ens. P27 Apr* 27 ; Lieui. p 19 Nov. 30; Capt. p6 Feb. 
85 ; Mtgar, P30 Oct. 40 ; Lt.'Coi. 3 8q>t. 47. 

Mqjort. 
Sir Edmund Stephen Thomas, Bt., Ens. p 26 Nor. 28 ; Lieut. P28 Oct* 31 ; 

Capt. P 1 May 35 ; Mqjcr, p 19 May, 46. 
r. Charles James Coote, Ens. p21 June 31; Lieut. P 19 Dec. 34; Capt p14 
Apr. 37 ; Major, 3 Sept. 47. 






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Henry D. O'Halloran 
r. J. W. Llewellyn Paxton 
9 Henry Bridger Tudor* 

Winiam Walker 

n Datid ElUot Mackirdy 
Arthur Lowry Cole .... 
r. Cecil Edward Bewes . . 
Wm. J. B. M'Leod Moore 
r. Charles Fred. Law. . 
r. Jas. Handasyde Edgar 
r. Percival Fenwick .... 
r. Geo.Aber. Roltertsou,* 

LlEUTENAlTTa. 

Wm. Munro Aitchison . . 
Charles William Parker 
Ang. Barnard Hankey . . 
Chas. John Carmichael*. 
r. Edward Bowen, Atlj. . . 
r. F. Wentworth Bennett 
r. F. George Wm. Fearon 
r. Gordon Henry Etans 

Denis Dunne, ad^ 

r. Charles Eyre Butler . . 

r. George Bagot 

Richard William Hussey 

Thomas Haryey • 

r. Bodney Payne O'Shea 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



1 Not. 18 p 28 June 27 



16 July 41 
William Sbephefd Milner p28 Nov. 46 



P 10 Apr. 27 
16 May 13 

2 Aug. 33 
P 5 Apr. 33 
P 22 Aug. 34 
P 7 Aug. 36 

1 Nov. 31 
P 7 Oct. 36 
P 9 Oct. 36 
P28 Sept. 38 

26 AprU 28 

P 10 July 40 
20 Oct. 40 

P 30 Oct. 40 

29 Jan. 41 

lJune41 

P 20 Aug. 44 

27 May 42 
8 Nov. 42 

23 May 46 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P20June 46 
P 8 Ang. 46 
P 9 Aug. 46 



P 12 Oct. 30 
19 Oct. 20 
P I May 36 
PdODec. 36 
P20NOT. 38 
P 4 Oct. 39 
4 Jan. 36 
P 8 Not. 39 
P28 Juned9 



P 1 Sept.38 
P 6 July 38 

27 April 40 
P 1 Not. 401 
p 26 June 41 
P 7 8ept.41 
P^Oct. 43 

18 Sept. 46 
P Oct. 46 

29 Jan. 47 



r. William George Daniel 

Ensigns. 
r. Francis Gamble Blood 
r. Charles Gilbome .... 

Richard ntzgerald «... 
r. James Smyth ...... . . 

Ajex. Edgar McGregor . . 
Edward Hazelfoot Paske 

r. WilUam Tracey 

John Lindsay Maclean . . 
r. Henry Chas. Strickland 



4 Apr. 46 

12 June 46 

17 Sept. 46 

18 Sept. 46 
P26 8ept.46 

2 Apr. 47 

P 14 Apr. 47 

11 June 47 

13 July 47 



P 1 Not. 40 PUMay 47 
13 May 31 12 April 46 



P 2Sept.42 

23 May 46 

P 20 June 46 

P 8 Aug. 46 



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1 GeiMral Tineent lenned ia 
tb« Wwt iDdiMp and was at the 
taking of St. Domingo. On the 
o a».v4. AH eapeditlon to the Helder» and 
4 »ept ao fabtequenUy in that to GDp«n- 
P 19 May 46 hagen, under Sir Hyde Parker. 
24 May 46 Serred alto in tha American 

15 f *^^ ^ ''Vcolonel Honinf ierred the 
18 Sept. 40 campalfn oflSlS with the flSnd 
24 Sept. 46 Liffbt Infantry, and was pn- 

P 26 Sent 46 "^°^ ^^ ^'* ^^^* ®' Waterloo. 

D n n-* ' Att Serred afterwaida with the 

,?i!r - amyofpeenpaUoninPSfanee. 

PUMay 47 

20 Apr. 44 

3 Sept. 47 

P 24 Dec. 47 

4 Capt. Tudor ierred In the Penlniala f^am 
May IBIS to the end of the war. 

5 Captain RoblnMn lerTed with the 96lli in 
the operations agalntt the Ralah of Coorg in 
April, 1894, and wa* woonded. 



1 r. Henry Chas. Strickland' 3 Sept. 47 
, 1 Henry Beauchamp Brady p 24 Dec. 47 

• ' j5«. O Patrmaster.—V. Henry Dalgety, 1 March, 39; Ens. 11 JBn.21 ; Lt. 23 Mar. 
I 3 ' ' Acfjutants. — Lieut. Denis Dunne, 30 April, 47. 
7 r. Lieut. Edward Bowen, 3 Sept. 47. 

U QtMirf«r-Afa^er«.— James Hollis, 3 Not. 37. 
10 r. Robert Smyth, 3 Sept. 47. 

9 Surgeans.^r. John Bathurst Thomson, M.D.. 3 Sept. 46; A»'8. 11 Jan. 99. 

9 Henry James Sehoolea, M.D., 1 Oct. 47 ; Assist.-Surg. 28 June 39. 
6 ilm'.-<S^ttr^eo9t#.^Rohert Villiers George, M.D. 10 Nov. 43. 

10 r. Arthur Stewart Willocks, 3 Sept. 47. 

Facings Orceo. — A gents y Messrs. Cox &, Co* 



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Onge Jobn Hkll, Eik$. 29 liar, 1788; XieNl. 13 D«ic, 83; CiSftTl^ Xlec 04^ 
M^ims^ Dec. 05; Xktct.-CM. 1 tai* 01 ; CW. 2& ^ly, 10; Mqfar^Oem. 
4 June, 18; JUek/.-Gen. 99 Mfly^ 26; Gtfu 28 lfov^41 ; CoL TOtlL'JSegimeiit, 
80 Jan. 82. 

William Matthew Bigge, JRu. p 19 Apr. 91 ; Xifirf, i»26 PA. 30; Oorirf. »21 
June 39 ; M^fiyr, * 9 Majr, 46 ; LUM^C^U P23 April 41. 

Jdhn Doyle O'Brieii^ JRu. 16 Mar. 21 yLitui. 9 16 Jona 26 ; C&^ 9 A Dae 38^ 

Mqfor, 30 Dec. 46. 
Trevor Chate» ^9i#. PlO Aug. 32; JAent. P88 Oct. 36; Capt. p8 Aug. 90 ; 

3£4{for, P 28 April, 47. . 



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CAFTAIXa. 

George- Dumford 

1^ i^ Geo. Fred. Paschal 
Thomas Charles Tlmins 



P 17 Oct. 26 
17 Mar. 12 

P16 Mar. 82 
James PaHlser CoaCobadle i»21 Sept. 82 
Edw. Freeman Edwtfds 
Edward Ben]. Bradddl. 
Thomas fidmonds MtiJodk 

Geot^ Reynolds' 

}f Bdirard L'Bstnmge* ^« 
ThcmiaS Fred. HlHAiaw* 

LlBUTBNAKTa. 

George Bvatt. . . « ••««.. 
Joseph Edward Addls^ 
Oswald POIing ........ 

John Wilson Fildffr ...' 
Geoige Alfred BchreiMr 

Howe Hennia i • 

Geoi'ge Ryan 



P 11 May 88 
• 1 Mar. 80 
PlBMar. 8i9 
i>80Dee. 84 
P 10 Nor. 08 
Pl8Dec: 40 

18irtily'88 
^91 Ha. 40 

30 ^OT.* 8^ 
i<l8 0frpf.4O 
Pll May 41 
P 3 Feb. 49 
1^31 May 44 
Fraderiek William Dowsel 23 ^b. 44 



Frederick Arthur WUltfc 
James Masey Bu^anan 
A.JobiiO.RQtlierfhTfi|SM9. 

Francis Chaie . :* 

James Atkinson 

BNBiGira.' 
Arthur H. Cresswell Snow 
Frederick WUlington 
John Creagh O'Brien 

Charles BlewiU 

Edward WUson 

Gates Joseph Travers 

Charles Crawley 

Edw. Ralph C. Sheldon 



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rP 8 Feb. 31 

19 Oct. 12 

»28N0T.87 

«8Jane 38 

P 6 July 39 

»SlJan. 40 



27 Sept 44 

21 Dec 44 

P 18 May 41 

P 6 June 46 

«* 8 Aug. 45 

30 Dec 46 
P 31 Dec. 46 
P21 Apr. 48 

8 May 46 

9 June 46 

29 Jan. 47 

30 jG)r. 47 
' 3 Dec. 47 



LIEUT. 



P28 Her, 37 
83 Mar. 20 

P 3Fbb.43 
93 Feb. 44 

P 8= May 46 

IP 8 Aug. 46 



1>89 No¥. 80 P 8 Miay 46 



27 Dec 88 
19 Apr. 1<^ 
• 80 May '48 

80 Jan. 40 
15 July 48 
23Jan4 48 
23 Feb. 44 
t»3l May 44 
P* 2 May 46 
p'31 Dec 45 
27Mar.'44( 
P 8 May 46 
P 9 June 46 
7 July '46 
P33 Apr. 47 
1^ 8 Dee. 47 



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OVov. 88 
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Pajfmaster.^nvgh Bailey Mackenzie, 24 May, 29; Suh-LUut. 1 Feb. 13. 
AeyutoHt.—Lieut. Archibald John OUver Rotherfurd, ^ April, 47. 
QMarter-MaMter.-^ohn Nowlah, 20 Ocf . 41 ; Snt. 20 Not. 40. 
Surgeon. — Henry Pllleau, 14 Apr. 46, A Mtff.-5ttr^« 8$ Jan. 36. 
AMir#.-Airy^«^ohn William Johnston, M.D. 88 June, 44. 
Facing Bltuck.^Affeni$, Messrs. Cox k Co.'— Irish Agients/Bitmm.Oult M, Co. 
IBHwnedfrpm N&rth Amerien, Jtdy, 1843.] 

1 M^r PMchal acrrrd IB the Peninrak with the 3b4 thiebatUlioBor tlMXiv|'>GniiiaateKliiii.from6«t.tnit«tk« 
CBiofUuuwwinl«4.iiiclniiarthel>ttUcsc#ike NtMlle miS inv% inwtiMM «r B«f«MC •■ «WS7Ui fc%.ISK«a4 
mbacqucDt opctrntioBt Ufyn thstfcitrcw. 8«rr«d alw ib« wmmitf of Ifli, jnA vu m %•■>» Biafc> N ii>ii ^ Sir 
Bearr CUaiAaoa ib« iTIh JaiM. Md ■« dM batU* «r Watcrliio. fie>M TvcflTcdtire HuiovcriMlWtf M«H. 

8 M^orL'BttruiV Mn«4 x\a eMBfaigA af ISOS-f in tMln.«ick th«14iKiBA-Mi pcwaat at tW Wulv tf Ov^^aa. 
Captarc oT tW Ida of fnaee la U|0. Caplpn of J«va iv 181^ i^ immmiI piik a X>«IC!kl««lMft lApl* IIMM^^ 
■loroiiBf of a stroar Oateh Fort 6il the coart oT Bcatavi. Oa bOftrA ff.R.a. XMriM at AcWnnt Mm M|«aM of «lc«aa 
Pivacli gvabeata. PrMBatatt)Mai«|^ttrf«t«fMaf GaraeKa.aa4Ma««ani«a^att-ar lht4Hi|^««(8ttKWUkt. A^tW 
cayCare of the town aadfunraM of tta«b«^ Iilc of Donwa^ Ui Jiarah I0»a. N^pavlarv ia ltl«t •Wg* tttd captvft aT i 
tFM in March 1817; MabraCta campain la 181 7 and 19: Mcgt and stonn of Bbartporr, «s4cf Lord C um l i a f i W ' 

4Capt. AJaM aaivai with tka tlad tbtoafkaai ihc apefmtfMn ia SdnSa la IMS. aalat 9» Chalw 1tM*«» 1*^ 
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Canada. 



8-..uA4"r-S.] 71t^ {Highland) Regt. of Foot. {L. I.) 

•^_PKNINdULA"—" WATERLOO." - - 

55 — ^19 m 5lr ThmDM TUsjntXif^ ML iKCB. i?9W. 80 Bept. 1793 ; Lieut. 3 Dec 04; 

^ • 13; Mt^g^Gm. Id AuflT^ 19 ; Lt.-Qwn, 10 Jan. 87 ; Col 71ftt Fa5 March, 41, 

Xic«(.*Co/<m4/i.'-Hr. Wililiim Denny,' jn»«. P 10 J«n, 29; XtVixt p23 Jnne, 

25; C«;>^. p 27 Sept. 33 ; McQor^ p 24 April, 38 ; Lt.rChL 14 Apr. 46. - 
Sir Hew Dalrymple/ Bt.^ Ens. 9 ifi Feb. 31 ; Limt, p 4 Sept. 36; Capt. p 24 
• A^. 98 ; Afiy'or, P 19 Maxcii 47 ; JJ.^CoL p l:i Nov. 47. 
Mq^ors.—W^ r. Anthony iUbert UBbXtwo^ * Mm, 7 Dec. U; Z4fM. P20 Dec 

21 ; Capt, P 7 Jan. 30 ; AfdCfor, 14 Apr. 46. 
EAxfidVoy^JShu. flS Not. 27 ; Liaa. p 15 June 80; Capt. P18 Mar. 30; 

Brevet'MqJar, 9 Nov. 46 ; Mqfor, Pl2 Nov. 47* 



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CAPtAINS. 

Nath. Maesey Stack .... 
James H. C. Robertson . . 

r. Charles Beady, # 

Hobert Frfemdls Hunter . » 
R. Dflnnistewn Caapbelli* 
ThotdaaH. GoWUl. . , • « • 
r. Wttliasn Hope ^ . • . • ^ 
r. AXig. .Tttrick HnmUton 
r. Bairry Biennerfaasset .. 

r. FHnciaG. Scott. 

Geofge At C* Daabwood 
r. GlK>. Wkit.3%lbQt Rkh 

LlBUTBKAlTft. 

r. JobnT JosephBi«lisb|r 
Charles Wm . Sntti^ , «• • . 
r. Henry Loftus, 44* • ^ 
Arthur Charles Parker . « 
r. W. Ferg. Laing Jleasan 
Fred. J. Colin Haikett .. 
James Arthur Qore, $, • . 
r. Bob. Lydston Newman 
r. Francis Carr Clerko • • 
r. James Home ••»..••% 
Wm. Stratton Priaice,a4r'. 
John Ignatius Mac^onaU 
Charles Francis Smith « • 
William ^rancis Segrave 

El^SIONS. 

Robert Harkness 

John Uniacke 

r. Bernard Brocas 

r. Lewis William Ord . . 

Leopold Brown 

W. A. Myrt. Cunynghaihe 
r. Robert C. Wm. Stuart 
r. John Fuller 



BNSIOK. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIH. 



P 25 Not. 28 

2 July 291 

P 13 July 32 

P 13 Mar. 86 

P 22 Oct. 33 

22 May 35 

iP 4 Sept. 86 

P29Dec 86 

P 18 Mar. 86 

4 Aug. 37 

P 8 Dec 37 

P 12 June 40 



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P20 Dec. 35 
SO Dec. 35 
P 19 Mar. 36 
P 29 July 86 
P 27 Mar. 35 
P 8 Dec 87 
P24Majr.88 
PMApr. 38 
P 6 July 88 
27 Feb. 42 
16 Apr. 42 
J" 16 Aj^. 42 



7utkUg.38 

4 July 38 

26 Oct. 4} 

4 Mar. 42 

P 16 Aug. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

17 Apr^ tf 
P.13 3fay 42 
P 22 Nov. 42 
P 24 Mar. 48 



BttBV.-MAJ. 



P 6 July 38 

27 Feb. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P 22 Nor* .4'^ 

P 24 June 42 

P 26 Apr. 44 

P 30 May 45 

14 Apr. 46 

p 22 May 40 

P 8 t)ec. 46 

P 19 Mar. 47 

P 12 Nov. 47 



21 June 39 

10 Not. 41 

P 4>Aug. 43 

iPldFeb. 44 

P 2C Dec. 44 

P 30 May .45 

P 16 Dec, 45 

14 Apr. 46 

p 22 May 46 

14 Aug. 46 



I 



. p J Yiai. Nath. Micklethwait 

Otway Wemyss 

r. Ralph Cliarles Browne 
William Johnson 











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22 Mar. 441926 Sept. 46 
P26Apr. 44] "^ 
P 30 May 46 
P 8 Aug. 45 



P 8 Dec. 40 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 



t Sir Re* t)a1f7Bi|>lf , wm pps* 
MAI Mlb tb« 4Sai «i^« aUMk mui 
•i^CiM M Cfotv, in tbe tmat 
Indto^ to April 18S4r 

a Jf^r L*ftstrange ^rvtd 4ttm 
euBiadgti bff ISM, m^ Wu prvfrnl ' 
at tk» Mae *( WMtoriodL' 

4 Ohptala Canpbell Mrrt^l inih . 
tha Atti Lifhl Drafooati^urHiff tba • 
eaniiialcn la Af^taaaliun under , 
LiMtf ' Kaain, aaa wu ^r^mv^ u • 
Ui»fi«Sf tn4,itffm9 off GhasaM, 
(aqdal). 






31 Jan. 46 

21 iMar, 45 

P17 Dec. 45 

14 Apr. 46 

28 Apr. 46 

8 May 46 

P 22 May 46 

14 Aug. 46 

P25 Sept. 46 

P 8 Dec. 46 

P 19 Mar, 47 



P12 Nov. 47 

Pi^iiiai«er.~$l2A David Bouter, 12 Sept. 43; £<n«.ldMay»ll ; Z^.S48ept.]2; 
A^uUmtn,^r. Lieut, Heury Loftus. 14 Aug. 46. ICaut. 2 Feb. 30. 

Lieut. William Stratton Prince, 8 Dec. 46. 
Quarter- Mastert. — John Taylor, 25 Aug. 46. 

r. Tliomas Fitzgerald, 17 Oct. 46. 
Surpeoftf.— Alexander M'Origor, 13 Oct. 43; Aseist.'-Svrff. 81 May 3S. 

r. George Carr, 7 Aug. 46; Aeeist.'Swff. 24 July 85. 
Astittant-Surgeons, — Michael Alien Jane, 23 Marcli 47. 
t> Jvkn And. Woolfreyes, 13 July 47. [FucingeUxkff.-^ Agent ty Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[Returned from Barbadoea, 25^A Jan. 1847.] 

1 mtgktmu' arra«U aervfd in tbe SSth in Flaadrn and Holland in 1794 and Sfti hielodlac tbe aetkiM off «Sa ISlh May 
id l»i ianc In the fonaer year, sle«e of Mlneffuen by tbe Prencb. and ncreat Uimuffh WeatyhallalDMM Waaer, la 1?«7 ha 
•riheUUadarTrtnldadi aod in 17SS ba aawa* wUU t lw iSlii In Nmai HoUand, and wm yecacatfalba 
lOftaiaaiMi Sefft.SdandSChOalebfv. lie aaaMMiad Ae Ugkt Ompany or *a dOOi UnaaghMM tha 
ISSKaMdalKlactadlnfttMaBtioaaar a»Slh,iaih.Mt Slal Malta, aadaMn at BihMla and at 
Pmbb Mor.lBSSlaAprtlMSSWaaracdlnfaftaBiaaa JJUHaty aiaaalai p •> Uia Pi iiai n ilii af tbe Tatata, 
ISIO he lalniaed ta Portafal *Mb ala OHipaniaa nr ifae yiflt and was praanrt wHb that aert. 
aff Sataa». Havtaf bcea apKi ate d aa Om^mi A^M^t Oaneral ta Nor. ISIO^ ha wae 
pn—jk nf M a M iaa aaety in ISII 1 < I a ft ii ■ mU aetwd wUh Mawbat BeaMfcid, Seaib off 
i-.be hrf a htam abet nadar hha la Oie aeHaa of aadtoha. and he aaa w^ilnyi iHntfcj tafcia> of OI»»wpL Ha 

fee AMrica la laa. ISIS ia W M ii d of dM 71N, boC the deaUaatlaa beli« allefcd he laadcd ia Planden la 

Apett, and an—adad Ma flti at Oie baHle rf W atP rt aa. wfaeieha nae w n n n dtd. Baviiv «Meeeded tn the rraunand of the 

anterine Paris at Mi \m^ i b« vmmtkmwA wMh «Im Ahmw n# 




72nd ( Tha Duke of AJbanyU own Highlanders) Regt of Foot. 

On the Colours— r*« IhMi Cypher and Coronet. rEml>.ftwfllbwlt«r,«7JtoT.«4, 

« Hilff JdOO^TAl!^ "*-* CAPJR 4^ 0ODD HpM,*^^'"^ ":^'?!T^ 



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9 tm Sir NeU Donglaa^i KCB. KCH. 2nd Lt. 28 Jan. 01 ; Lt. IBMf^ 
Cap#. 19 April, 04 ; Major, SlJhxi. II; Lt.-Col.9Bee.l2i Col.27TuSf, 
Mt^.'Gen. 10 Jan. 97 ; M^-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 72d UigbUnden^lS JiiJbr47 






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Lieut.'^Chlohek 
Charles Gtteoyne, lSn$. 7 Dee. 20; lAeut. i>8D Jui«2t^; Cty^ ^^l Do&jUl 

Jlfq;or» P 23 Aug. 31 ; Lieut,^ Coh 22 Oct. 39. 
ilfq/ar#.— Charles MaxweR Maclean,* iSu. 29 Oct 07 ; 'Lieut^S^ DfC. QH; 'Otpi. 

p 24 July, 23 ; Mi^ofy p 1 Feb. 27 5 Bretfet IamU.-CoL 29 Nor- 41» ' 
Henry Jervis, Bns. 19 Dec. 11 ; lAmU. 29 Deo. 14; C«yi. P 19 9«fl.8fi; Bfpw^ 

Mqjor, 23 Nov. 41 ; M^or, PVJ Sept. 42. » . / > . 











Captains. 
William Heniy Robinson 

John Frith 

Charles Hoylan 

John Thomas Hope, t. . . 
Hugh Thomas Bowen • . 
George Ramsay Perceval 
Richard Pahner Sharp*. . 
John William Gaisford . . 

Henry Rice 

Cavendish Spencer Boyle 

LlBUTBllAyTS. 

William Parke 

Arthur Owen Lord .... 

James Mackenzie 

A.Dal tonThellusson,ii.a<(. 
Richard Rocke, d. pm. . . 
John Stephens Clark .... 
W. B. Odynell Campbell 

Lydston Newman 

William Bertram •••••. 
George Stewart Mackenzie 
Douglas Robinson .... 
Chas. John Wm. Norman 

Arthur Wade 

Enbioits. 
Wm.Aug.H.NaplerKellett 
Alexander CrombiCi A^f. 
Seymour Staartlliellasson 

Alexander Smith 

Arahibak) Alison 

Hon. H. W. FftxMauriee 
George Don Anderson . . 
Tbo. Cha. Hardlnge Best 



ENSIOir. 



gJan. 24 

6 Apr. 20 

P 2 Dec 81 

P20 Mar. 83 

18 May 82 
P 8 Feb. 89 
PIS May 88 
P81 May 89 

31 Dec 89 
P^ Oct. 86 

PI6D0C 40 
P 10 Apr. 40 
P24Sept.41 
P 12 Oct. 41 
p 20 May 42 
P 27 Sept 42 
P 5Dec 43 
P 2 Feb. 44 
P29Mar. 44 
Pl2Jttlv 44 
p 17 Mar. 48 
P 8 Nov. 44 
PdODee. 46 

Pt7 Mar. 46 
P 8 May 40 
p 19 June 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 8 Nov. 40 
P 19 Mar. 47 
[P 16 Oct. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 



LtBUT. 



P 29 Aug. 28 
P26 Aug. 24 
P29May 36 
P2d Dec. 30 
P 0June84 
Pl6Dec. 40 
P 10 May 40 
P24Sept.41 
20 May 42 
P SSepkSe 

P 27 Sept. 42 
P29Dec 43 
P23Aiig. 44 
P 8 Oct, 44 
P 8 Nov. 44 
80 Dec. 46 
P 8 May 46 
P 19 June 46 
P 7 July 40 
P20Oct. 46 
p 19 Mar. 47 
p 8 Oct. 47 
p 12 Nov. 47 



C ATTAIN. iBMKV^SilJ. 



P21 Junein. 

7 Apr. 89 
Pl6Defr 40 
P 27 Sept 42 

12 Feb. 43 
P 7 July 46 
p 19 Mar. 47 
P 8 Oot 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P28 Aug. 46 



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(he capture of ilia Ub ff 
Fimnca fai ISlii 7 

4 Captaiu Sharp t^^sd |a 
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Paynuwfer.— William Qreham/ 18 Oct 26 ; Em. 16 April, 06 ', Liemi. 21 AvtiL 
08 ; Capt. 7 April, 26. . . ^ 

A^utant. — Alexander Crombfe, 24 Dec 47. 

Quarter-Master. — John Lladsay, 28 July, 47. , 

Surgeon. — ^John Mure, M.D., 24 Dec 47 ; Atii$t.-Sur(f. 4 Oct 80. . 
Attistawt-SurgeonB. — George Uondblow, M.D., 16 Manob^44. 

Montgomery Inrin, M.D., 13 Dec 44. '\ 

Faetnge Yellow. — Agent, John Lawrie, Bsq, 
iir Neil Douglas tenred with the 70th at tha aiege of Cop«iihair«n, In 1807 ; with Um expcditloa to I 
0^ ; and subMquenUjr to Portu|[al and Spain, Including tb« battle of Coninna. EzpaditiOB to Wi 
4C«« Of Fluahing, la IflOO; tha Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1800 to Jan. 1811, and 
I«1S to tha end of that war in I814« including the dcfpnce of Cadit, and battia of 




gh tha left thoulder-jolnt b7 a ball, and bj anotlicr In the left arm ; batflea t>r Um FvivM 
and Toutooaa. Serrad also the campaign of Ul^, and was serereif wounded dl io n ga lb» 
ball, and oootaaad ftona a ball hitUng a button, at Quatre Bra*. 8Ir Nail hat fvertrad a vNSsMr ite 
>• of tha P| le as ee , NivaUe» Niva, aad Toulouse. 

.iea«.*Cntonel Maalaao waa aetivelj aasployed throughout (ha Xaflytria camnalgvt of tffIT, Tt, wmi tfL 
le 6th Feb. 1896, commanded a coImhmi ot Uroops ordered to co-operate at Trompet^s Drtfl, 
ivrs of the Cape of Good Hope ; also» one of the oolumns of attack, during a series of 
in the Pish River Bush ; had a horse mortallj wouaded under him during a aighi 
igt. througlMMit tha campalga thai anarndt uadar Sir Beiuamin D'Urbaiu 



icarik'tierr. 



£^.r*;"raS.] ^i^ (h^«««o Regt. of Foot. {L. I.) ra^c.^ss'^fr- 

i^limmSiKTAK»''"CAP^ OP GOOD HftPB"'--RQI.BIA^V'^IlUERA"— ••CORUNNA"^. 
'•PENINSULA"— "WATEEIXK).** _ -- - 

X!dhmeL i , ,.• . 

9 9BBSir Thomas ReyiielV ^^- <I^CB. Sns. SO Sept. 1793 ; Lieut. 3 T>%e. 04; 

>C«^^^Jiaiy, ^.; rj|f^^^ S A«g.' iai)«$ iSdr,*C«^ I01Ui|.a^j <79l.4 June, 

V 13; Jlf4i^«f^6t|m. Id Augr* 19 ; Lt.-Qwn. 10 Jan. 87 ; Oo^. 7Ut Fa5 March, 41, 

Xifli?.-^Co/<m4/i.'-Hr. WiUiaai Denny, - Am. p 10 Joa 28; XiA<«. p 23, June, 

25; Cap^. p 27 Sept. 38 ; Mc{jor^ p 24 April, 38 j Lt.rCoL 14 Apr. 46. 
5tr Hew Dalrymple,* B«.« JE?ii#. P Id Feb. 31 ; Lieut, p 4 Sept. 36; Capt. p 24 
• Aftr. 98 ; Afqfor, P 19 Mardi 47 ; Lt^CoL p 19. Nov. 47. 
ATq/orv.— €n i-. Antiiony Robert L'Efltnuge *£im. 7 Dec. 14; jL««9<<. p 20 Dec 

21 ; Capt. P 7 Jan. 30 ; Mqfar, 14 Apr. 46. 
BAwardFoy^jBw. flS Not. 87 ; Lie^a. p15 June 80; Capt. PIS Mar. 86; 

Brtvet'Miyor, 9 Nov. 46 ; MajWj p 12 Nov. 47> 




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CAPtAINS. 

Nath. Maeeey Stack .... 

James H. 0. Robertson . . 
r. Charies Beady, #. . . . « 

Hobort Vrtmds Hunter * * 
R. DflnniBtewn Campbell^ 
Thotda&'H. GolTlU..*««t 
r. Wttliaia Hope ...... k 

r. Aug. Ttt rick HumUton 
r. Barry BleBnerhasset .. 
r. PMnciaG«8eotl.. 



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P 85 Not. 28 
a July 801 
P 13 July 32 
P 13 Mar. 86 
P 22 Oct. 33 
. 82 May 35 
P 4 Sept, 96 
P201>eo. 86 
P 18 Mar. 86 
4 Avi9. 37 
IP 8 J>ec. 37 



lilECT, 1 CAPTAIN. 






r. GiK>. Wkit.3%lbOt Rick ^P 12 Jime 40 

LlBUTBHAITB. 

r. John T Joseph Bivllskir 
Charles Wm. 8attqn,j.». 
r. Henry Loftus, 44- • ^ 
Arthur Charles Parker . « 
r. W. Fergr. Laing Meason 
Fred. J. Colin HaU^U • . 
James Arthur Qor^, «• • . 
r. Rob. Lydston Newman 
r. Frands Carr Clerks • . 
r. James Home ••».,.. .v 
Wm. Stratton PriB|ce,a4r« 
John Ifpiatius Macdonel^ 
Charles Francis BpiitU « » 
William ^rancis Segrave 

El^SIONS. 

Robert Harkness 

John Uniacke 

r. Bernard Brocas 

r. Lewis William Ord . . 

I^eopold Brown 

W. A. Myrt, Cunynghaihe 
r. Robert C. Wm. Stuart 
John Fuller 



P29 Dec. 36 
80 Dec. 36 
P 10 Mar. 36J 
P 29 July 86 
P 87 Mar. 36 
p 8 Dee. 87 
P24Mar.d8 
P M Apr« 38 
J» 6 July 88 
87 Feb* 42 
16 Apr. 42 
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7ut^ug.88 

6 July 38 

86 Oct. 4J 

4 Afar. 42 

P 16 Aug. 48 

16 Apr. 42 

17 Apr^ tf 
P 13 May 42 
P 82 Nov. 42 
P84Mar. 48 

22Har. 44 
« 86 Apr. 44 
P SO May 46 
P aAug; ^ 



31 Jan. 46 
21 Mac 45 

P17 Dec. 45 

14 Apr. 46 

28 Apr. 46 

8 May 46 

P 22 May 46 
14 Aug. 46 



r. 
p i Wn|. Nath. Mickletbwait p25 Sept. 46 
Otway "Wemyss . . ". p "8 Dec. 46 



!2] June 39 

10 Not. 41 

P 4 Aug. 43 

p 16 Feb. 44 

P 8e Dec. 44 

P30 >ffty.46 

P 16 Dec. 45 
14 Apr. 46 
P 28 May 46 
14 Aug. 46 
P 26 Sept. 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
Pl^Nov. 47 



BRBV.-MAi. 



P 6 July 88 

27 Feb, 42 

16 Apr. 48 

P82Nor.4j2 

P 24 June 42 

P 26 Apr* 44 

P 30 May 45 

14 Apr. 46 

p 22 May 4C 

P 8 bee. 46 

P 19 Mar. 47 

P 18 I^oy. 47 



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■mH Mlh tb« 4Sai A^c atiMk and ' 
f4^t««« •r .Cof^f,- lii'*the tiuti 
Indiei, 10 April ISM^ ' 

euBiadgti bf 1S16, iM irac prMml ' 
•t t^ iW^ae *( WaitoriodL- 

4 OMalB CanpbeU Urtt^ iHtii , 
Oia Ath Ufbt Drafoont inuring tba • 
eampalcn In Afl^aaiaiun under ; 
'LoMi' Banin, aM »as'i>r*«n| ad 

ikrilMf nf j(a|Mn ot'OtassM, 
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T. Ralph Cliarles Browne p 19 Mar. 47 
William Johnson |P 12 Nov. 47 

6ft i^i^/mi*«cr.— ffiia David Souter, 12 Sept. 43; JSW.lOMay^ll ; Z^. 84 Sept. IS; 
\. M Ae!fut4fnt^.^r. Lieut. Heury Ix)ftus. 14 Aug. 46* ICant. 8 Feb. 30. 

Lieut. WilUain Stratton Princei 8 Dec. 46. 

Quarter- Master*. — ^John Taylor, 25 Aug. 46. 
O r. Tliomas Fitagerald, 17 Oct. 46. 

O 5itr^^«m«.— Alexander M'Origor, 13 Oct. 43; Atiist.^Surg, 81 May 33. 
O r. George Carr, 7 Aug. 46; Aeeist.^Snrg. 84 July 86. 

"0 \A$sUtant'8nrgeon». — Michael Alien Jane, 23 Marcli 47. 

O Jokn And. Woolfreycs, 13 July 47. [FucingeJixkff.-^Ageiits^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[Betttmedfrom Barbadocs, 25fA Jan. 1847.] 

MlflRNMaft BrrneU aentd in the 38lh In Flandm and HuUaad In I7M aad SSl hielodlaff tbe MtImM off tie ISlh May 
IMk Innc in tbe funner year, siege of Nlmeffuen by tbe Prcncb. and retreat throuf b WMtpfaaHa totbc Wwer. In lt«7 hm 
•rihe lalandar Trinidad ( and la 17W bn aarend with Iha 4Slh to Nmai HoBnnd, and waa yrcaent faith* 

L IMh Sefft , Sd and «th Oeiobvr. H* i 1 1 1 fta Ught OMpMiy of <» 40U nlM n ^ h w n t lh» 

ISSI iaaadnl). lneludh« tha aetHmi vT tfiaSlh. ISlh. mA SlA Maich, aad nMra at BrtMla and at 
Pmhb Mot. insi^AprtlMSShaaamdlnrMagiSaa ""•' | f iiiii n In niwinilH if ilii F iii. 
Ik. la a*t«. ISIO he rtlanrd to Portngnl with aia Oi|i an lin af the 71al and waa prtaant with that Regt. 
to tka ma »aMa «r Sataa». Having bcaat ap u didiid an dwiatant A^fntaM Oanertl In Nor. ISIO. ha was 

na aarly In ISII t wii a ftn aaifc aervad wUh Morshal naiwtad. Savth of 




April. J 



;-ha hrf a h«*M ahot nndK htan In the action of Bedlnha 

en In Jan. 1SI0 In wnaiid of the 71N, bvl thi 

iBa rill at the bnHIa ef Walarlne, wlwieh* ««a 



telhh lafefait of OUvantn. He 

being allered he landed In Planden In 
Having fluceaedH m tbe eoaunand of tbe 



224 72nd ( Ths Duke of Albany's awn Highlanders) Regt. of FoaL 

On the Coloun — The IhM$ Cypher and Coronet* 

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9 tm Sir NeU Donglas,! KCfi. KCH. 2nd Lt. 28 Jan. 01 ; Li. I^Mh^m^ 
CkipM9 April, 04 ; lfa;or,31Jazi. 11; X^- Co/. 3 Dec. 18; Co/. 8? Hi/, f^ 
Mt^.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; if<,*<9^. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 72d Uigblanden^ 18 JoJbr 47 

LienU'^CMohtiL . ,1 

Charles iOoseoyne, JEH^. 7 Dee. 20; lAeut^ i" 3D Juir 2t^.; Cajp^ ■'dl ])«v8fc 

Af(yor9 P 23 Aug. 31 ; Xietf^-Ctff. 22 Oct. 39. 
jif ^'ar#.— Charles MaxweR Macl6an,>.fihi. 29 Oct 07 { Lieut^Sl IHe. QH; id^pl. 

p 24 July, 23 ; Mi^ofy i» 1 Feb. 27 5 iBr«c« JAMit.-CoL 23 Nor. 4U , 
Henry Jervis, Bns, 19 Dee. 1 1 ; UoiU. 29 Deo. 14; C«yi. P 19 S^fl. 8fi; ^f«v.«> 

Jtfiyor, 23 Nov. 41 ; jyq/or, P27 Sept. 42. . .. ^ j 



Captains. 
William Henry Robinson 

John Frith 

Charles Hoylan 

John Thomas Hope, «. . . 
Hngh Thomas Bowen . . 
George Ramsay Percetal 
Richard Palmer Sharp*. . 
John William Gaisford . . 

Henry Rice 

Cavendish Spencer Boyle 

LlBVTBllAVTS. 

William Parke 

Arthur Owen Lord .... 

James Mackenzie 

A.DaltonTheIlusson,ii.ii<f. 
Richard Rocke, d. pm. . . 
John Stephens Clark .... 
W. B. Odynell Campbell 
Lydston Newman ...... 

William Bertram 

George Stewart Mackenzie 
Douglas Robinson .... 
Chas. John Wm. Norman 

Arthur Wade 

Enbigits. 
Wm.Aug.H.NapierKellett 
Alexander Crombie, A4f* 
Seymour Stuartlliellttsson 

Alexander Smith 

Arehibald AUson 

Hon. H. W. FftzMaurice 
George Don Anderson . . 
Tho. Cfaa. Haidinge Best 



Exsioir. 



8 Jan. 24 

6 Apr. 20 
P 2 Dec 81 
P29 Mar. 33 

18 May 32 
P 8 Feb. 89 
PlSMay 88 
P31 May 89 

31 Dec 39 
P23 0ot.36 

P 15 Dec 40 
P 10 Apr. 40 
P24 Sept 41 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P 20 May 42 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 5 Dec 43 
P 8 Feb. 44 
P29Mar. 44 
P 12 Jttiv 44 
Pl7Mar. 43 
P 8 Nov. 44 
PdODec. 45 

P87 Mar. 46 
P 8 May 40 
p 19 June 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 8 Nov. 40 
P 19 Mar. 47 
[P 16 Oct. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 



LtBUT. 



P29Aug. 26 
P 26 Aug. 24 
P29May 35 
P23 Dec. 36 
P 6June84 
p 15 Dec. 40 
P 16 May 40 
P24Sept.41 
20 May 42 
P SSepkdS 

P 87 Sept. 42 
P29Dec 43 
P2dAiig. 44 
P 8 Oct, 44 
P 8 Nor. 44 
30 Dec. 45 
P 8 May 46 
P 19 June 46 
P 7 July 4A 
P 20 Oct. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
p 12 Nor, 47 



P21 June^l 
7 Apr. 39 
P15Dec 40 
P 27 Sept 42 
12 Feb. 43 
P 7 July 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 8 Oct 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P28Au^.46 



CAPTAIN. I.VR»|KV4-9Ai. 



9 N6v. 40 



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S Capiain O^ham Mrfvh at 
th« capture or tka Im #r 
Fimace fai lailt ; 

4 Captain Sharp t^ysd |a 
OhinaiAlbtMtti. 



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Poyfywufer.— William Graham,* 18 Oct 25 ; Bm. 16 April, 05 -, Lioni. 81 « 

08 ; Capt. 7 April, 25. 
A^utant. — ^Alexander Crombfe, 24 Dec 47. 

Quarter-Mtuter. — John Liadsay, 23 July, 47. , 

Surynm.-— John Mure, M.D., 24 Dec 47 *; Amit.^Surg. 4 Oct 30. . 
Aitittont'SwrgHms. — OeergQ Uondblow, BI.D., 16 Manab, 44. 

Montgomery Irwin, M.D., 13 Dec. 44. 
Faeinffi Tellew.— itpimf , John Lawrie, Esq. 
1 Sir Neil Douf^las tenred with the 70th at the elege of CoptnliaffeD, in 1807 ; with fbe expeditioa to 
in 1606 ; and tubteqoenUjr to Portugal and Spain, Including the hattleof Corunna. Expedllioa to W 
and lievaoC Fliohlog, in 1800; the Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1800 to Jan. 1811, and agaia 
April 1S19 to the end of that war in 1814« Including the defmce of Cadlt, and battle of Bia 
through the leA shoulder-Joint hj a ball, aud by another In the left arm ; battles of tke Pj{ 
Viw9f aad Toulouse. Serred also the eampaign of 1815, and was sererrif wounded tfcroina lb» 
bf a ball, and oontused frona a ball hitting a button, at Quatre Bras, fllr NeU has feeilvtd a m 
battlee of tho Pyteu eea» Ni«eUc» Nlve, aad Toulouse. 

% Li eu t . Colonel Maelean waa activel; easployed throughout the XaflVaria campatgas of WtT, IS; Hri 
On the 8th Feb. 18SS, commanded a coIuhmi of troops ordered to co«oprrate at Trompeter'f DrffU oa 
froaticn of the Cape of Good Hope ; alsoi one of the columns of attark, during a series of 
tioBS la tlie Pish Rlrer Bosh ; had a horse raortallj woooded under him during a ulghi 
iho regt. Uurouglioot the caapalga that onsuedt uadar Sir fioi^amln lyUrbaa. 




19L 



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9 Sir John Grey/ KOB. Sfnt. 18 July, 98 ; X«. 8 May, 99 ; Capt, 31 Oct. 03 1 

Mi^, 99 Not. 06 ; Lt.-Col. 6 Feb. 12; CoL 22 JnJy^ 30 ^ ^i^'07^Oen.M 

June, 38 ; CoZ. 7ard Foat, 8 Apr. 46. 
Zieufi'CoL WiltiAm Byre, J?iu. P17 Apr, 23; Zieut. P6 TToy. 25: Capt. 

P20 Map. 27 ; Me^f 9 19 July 39 ; JAeut-Col p 12 Nor. 47. 
M^&ti. — Fvederldft Qeorge Augu8tu0 ' Plnckney, JEns, 8 Apr. 26 ; Zieut» 

P 8 Apr. 26 ; Capt. 9 23 Dec. 86 ; JtfVyor, p 23 Sept. 45, 
•WUlUm L. Y. Baker, JBns. 26 Not. 31 ; Lieut, v 27 June 34 ; Capt p 22 July 

»42j 4fq;<>r, P 12 Nov. 47. 



'Captaiits. 
Geo. Hankey Smith . • . 

Bfenjafmin BroTrn 

Ma'uriceCharlesO'Conncll 
W4ltdr Beresfoitl Faunce 

EdwaM Hicard 

Wjn. B. JohnCyConnell. i 

Gerald Wardlavri^ 

Robert Parker Campbell 
Philip BlundeU Bicknell 
Charles Littlebales 

LlEUTENAITTd. ' 

Jas. FlorenceMurr8y,^.pm 

Clarevaulx Faunt^ 

William Cbaloner Bisse 

Sdward Wellesley 

Cbark^ Idoffhton 

Samuel William Hall... 
Alfred Charles Knox ... 
William Creagb O'Brien* 
William Lawes Peto ... 

William Nash 

Frederick Reavv , 

Francis John TysMn Amiel 
HenryBmce U.Bannatyne 

Ensigns. 
Christopher Harison . . . 
William Bumop, Aty. . 
Hugh Mackenzie . • • • • 
AnUiony Walme^ley . . . 

Walter Johnston • 

James Whittaker Barnes 
Thomas Bowyer Bower . 
l^omas Walsh 



KNSION. 



T 



P 7 May 18 
P 7 July 25 
P 19 July 31 
P 18 Jan. 81 
P 6 June 28 
p 16 Mar. 82 
P27 Juned4 
p 16 June 87 
P 11 Oct. 39 
P22 June 99 

P28 Not. 37 

17 Sept. 39 

P12Mar.41 

P15NOT.39 

26 Not. 41 

97 May 42 

P 5 Apr. 44 

P 19 Nov. 41 

P 10 May 44 

P 31 May 44 

P24 0ct. 46 

P 23 Jan. 46 

P26 Jan6 46 

P 23 Mar. 47 
23 Apr. 47 
31) Apr. 47 

» 6 Aug. 47 

P 8 Oct. 47 
6 Nov. 47 

P 12 Not. 47 



LIEUT. 



22 
28 



P 7 Feb. 

15 May 
P 24 Jan, 34 
P 23 Dec. 86 

24 May 32 
P 16 June 87 
P12 Apr. 39 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P 16 Not. 41 
P 22 July 42 



CAPTAIN. ' BHEVw-MAJ. 



P 7 Jan. 

22 July 

P 5 Apr. 

8 Apr. 

P31 May 



42 
42 
44 

42 
44 



P 8 Apr. 26 
22 Mar. 44 
P 6 Apr. 44 
P 31 May 44 
P 8 Oct. 44 
P 23 Sept. 45 
P 24 Sept. 45 
P 24 Oct. 45 
P 8 0cr. 47 
V 12 Nov. 47 



23 Nov. 4i 



P 23 Sept. 45 
P 33 Jan. 46 

26 June 44 
P26June46 

12 Jan. 47 
P 8 Oct, 47 
P 12 Not. 47 
*^26NaT.47 



4 Ueot. Fimnt serred with the 40th on tiM 
China expedition, and wa* present at the attaek 
and capture of Amoj, neeoitd capture of Chu- 
tan, repuiM of the aifht attack on MJngpo, 
attack and capture of Chapoo, Wootung, and 
Chin Klang Foo, and the demouftration be- 
fore Nankin. 

5 Ueirt. O'BricB, wrred in th0 40ib in (he 
action of Mahan^poi^ (wounded) and hsa re* 
ceived the bronze star. 



P26NOT.47 
Paymatter.—iohn Court, 22 July, 36; 2tiid Ideut. 2 Not. 08 j Zieut, 7 Feb. 11« 
Aeffutant.—JSnsign William Bamop, 22 Oct. 47. 
Ouarter-Matter. — John Carson, 28 Not. 46. 

'8urgeoH,-r-fieAl Stewart Campbell, M.O. 8 Dec. 45 ; Assist.-Surg. 20 Feb. 35. 
Assist.'Surgeoni.—'Wmam Pritehit Hodgson, M.D. 3^ Jan. 45. 

Benjamin SwUt, M.I>. 8 April 42. 
Faeingt Green. — AgmUf, Messra. Barron and Smith. — Jrith Agent, John 

Atkinson, JSiq* 
<' - • 

■ ■*l lUtt IrfMi Or^ tarrtd In tlie Bwt Indies in the evapaign afslnit Tlppoo SolUn, iacludlnf th^ bettlc efMall«T«4|f, the 

imi kwtltm 1>ni» — d BuUan pattah before Scritv^ipAtun, ttege of Serlngapauaii, and on the atarmlnf party at the -nnnlt 

*• ' »— Wifai.tMe eenrice. Served In the Peninsula with the 6th, and was a major in the Snd bactalioa when the Pirncb and 

^> ^9Mliiki'M|pe«K» attacked that rcffmeat at El Bodon ; present at the siege of Cludad Sodrlgo, also at tke sealing of tk«>9Muse 

bvys en the night of the storm, and at the itDrmtag of the greet hreadh. whieh was earried hjr Use lad battalimi of the &tb 

V ' r Ohwul ig s l ee wonnded during the slefe : present also at the action of Puente Ouineldow On (Jm SSCh Dee. IS4S, with Uto 

• lva*«ffif «f the Amy of Owailor, be defrated a Mahratta foree of tweWe Ihonsaad nen* at Pnaiilay, aad captuied ell their 

'^''fmiufi^ inimheT, one stAiidard» all their ammnnltlon, and seme < 



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84 
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76M Regiment of Foot. [c^rtfD&ifiJ. 

TheJ5?Z«p*4m*,ciPcam8cribed « HINDOOSTAN"— "NIVE^-^^'PENINSKU-" 

CoUmel. 
9 Sir Robert ArlmtlinoV KCB. Cktmet^ 1 Jad^ 97 ; JUeid, \ June, 97 ; Capt, 

2Q Aug. 02 ; Mqjar, 13 Aug. 09 ; Lieut,^Col. 22 May, 11 ; Col. 19 July, 21 ; 

Mt^of^Qen, 22 July, 30 ; Lt.^Qnu 23 Not. 41 ; CoL 70th B«gt. 81 May, 43. 
Limt^CoUmeU,'^o%e^ Clarke, J^iu. 22 March, 10 ; Lmat, p 10 June, 13 ; 

CapU P24 Feb. 25; If^^or, 26 June, 33; Zieut.-CoL 17 Sept. 39. 
r. John Heneage Qrubbe, JSns. p 20 Aug. 18; Lieut » P24 Feb. 85; Capt, 

P18 May, 26 ; Mqfm-^ p19 Jan. 39 ; Lt.-CoL 3 Sept. 47. 
Ar^fars^r-^fUchMtd Gardiner, JSnt, 12 May 14; Jdeut, 29 Sept. 85; Ct^i. 

P5 April 83 ; Mqfor^ 11 Nov. 45. 
r. Robert Clifford Lloyd, JStu. p 30 Dec. 26 ; Lieut, p 8 June 30 ; Otpt, P3 Jnna 

36; Brev.'Mtoor^ 9 Not. 46: Major, 3 Sept. 47. 



Captains. 
r. G. F. Cooper Scott .... 

Robt Shepherd 

r. Henry Brewster 

Collingwood Fenwic]^ « . 
Chas. S. S. Brans Gordon 
r. Henry Dalton Smart. . 
Morley S. Tynte Dennis 
r. 9 Archibald CampbelP 

John B. Flanagan 

r. John Gore Fema .... 
r.ViiUerslATottcheHatton 
Thomas Tydd 

LlEDTSNASTS. 

Arch. Rntheribord 

Wm. Wood Senhouae .... 
Henry Heame Lacy, Ad^* 
r, Charles O'Donoji^hue.. 
WUliam Hugh Barton 



BWarGW. I LIBUT. 



25 Oct. 27 
P 10 July 23 
P 18 Oct. 83 
P 4 Sept. 35 

12 Oct. 32 
p 31 Dec 33 
P 18 Sept 35 

7 Mar. 11 

8 Feb. 31 
3 May 31 

17 July 40 
P 3 June 36 

P 19 Aug. 36 
P 7AprU37 
p 1 Feb. 39 
29 Aug. 39 



P 8 Nov. 39 
r. Wilford Brett, A^j. ..\^20 May 40 



CAPTAIN. |BRET,-MA4, 



Robert H. H. Kaghtley 
r. J. Christopher Minnitt 
r. John Bdward Large . . 
r. John William Preston 

Benjamin Rising 

Thomas Crawford Poole 
r. JamesCumming Clarke 

Ralph Dudgeon 

John Cumming Clarke 
r.Charles Fred.Broekman 

Bnsioks* 
r. Richard Cadett Uoyd 
r. Andrew Gammell . . . 
r. William Price HiU . 
r. John Dunlop ....... 

Edward George Gray . . . 
Jamct Fox Bland ..... 

WalterMontfordWestropp 
r.G. Henry John Helgham 
John H . HoustonGammell 
George Wardlaw 



2 Apr. 41 

P 6 Oct. 43 

P 10 Nov. 43 

26Jan. 44 

26 Jaly 44 

P 15 Dec. 40 

P28 Mar. 45 

19 Mar. 41 

11 Nov. 45 

15 Apr. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

16 Apr. 46 
18 Apr. 46 

1 May 46 
P 13 Nov. 46 
P 8Dec 46 
P 4 June 47 
P 22 Jane 47 
P 15 Oct. 47 
P 5 Nov. 47 



P 1 July 36 
5 Jan. 87 
P 9 Nov. 30 
P 3AprU40 
P20Dec 42 
8 Jan. 43 
PlONov. 43 
P27 Oct. 37 
U Nov. 45 
14 Apr. 46 
P22June47 
3 Sept. 47 



9 Nov. 46 



P 3 May 31 

P 13 May 26 

P 19 Aug. 36 

P 7 April 37 

P 3 June 36 

P25ALg. 37 

P28N0V.37 

5 Mar. 12 

28 Aug. 35 

23 Feb. 38 

P 10 Feb. 43 

P 19 Oct. 38 

P 1 Feb. 39 

20 July 39 

Pl6Apr. 41 

P 20 Dec. 42 

P 6 Oct. 43 

P 13 Jan. 43 

11 Nov. 45 

14 Apr. 46 

1 May 40 
P 13 Nov. 40 
P 8 Dec. 46 
P 10 May 44 
P 4 June 47 

2 Aug. 44 

3 Sept. 47 
P 15 OcL 47 



t Cttptaln Campbell mT«d %riili Ihe 77tli in 
the PenlnMte. from Aug. 1819 to th« ««4 of 
that war ia Itl4« and wm pnsmi at the black- 
ade of Bayoaas and repulaa of the eortio. 



Paymof^.— WUliam Doran, 8 March, 44: l^ju. 15 Nov. 35; tiAcf. 10 April, 
Ae^ttnt9.^Lieut. Henry Heam Lacy, 1 May, 46. [36 ; Capt, 8 Vaich 43. 

r. Limt. WUford Brett, 3 Sept. 47. 
Qiiari€rJraf^«.— John William Preston, 12 June, 28; Etis. 11 Jane, 12; lAtmt, 

r. Henry Tyler, 3 SepL 47. [19 Dec. 16. 

<9ttrye0N«.~Robert Thomas Scott, 7 Autr. 46; Auist.^Surg, 15 July 36. 

r. Henry Cooper Roade, 3 Sept. 47 ; Astut.^Surg. 31 Mi^, 3D. 
'Surgeons, — Jamea Crerar, 3 Sept. 47. 

r. George AnderMm Wilkinson, 17 Dec« 47. 
Faeingt Bed. — Agents, Sir John Kirkland dc Co. 



1 Sir Edbert Aibalbaot lorved In treUad darina the rAelllOD, In ITM, loeliidinf the haHle oT 
aaioach oa the Mh Sept., igalnft the Trench. At the capture of the Gape of Good ll eoe^ la 
P r uo ee d ed Craoi theoee to South America, on the staff of Lord BervefDfd, aad wmt preMat m Jte 
prprloos to the surreader of Buenoe Ayret, and at two eofagementi hefors lie re raplaae bf 
Bianto»he wae mheeqaently thirteen mootht a pritoo^r. On hie retom from Soalb 
on the fttaff of Lord Berceiord In the Iiland of Madvire, and aflerwarde la tho 
the end of ihat war In 1614, with the ezeertion of the tint part of IBlt, and hna 
three elasps for Bataoo» Alhohera, Badi^os, Nivelle, Nive, Orthet» and Toulouee. 
abore, he wae aleo prceent at the battle of Comnna, peesaf e of the Douro. lines of Torres Vedraa, ilefo 
and reduetlon of OUvrnsa, Ant siege of BadaJoi, third siege aud storm of Bad^oi ; the sle^e aad m&imm^ 
of Cittdad Rodrifo^ J'M'H* ^ ^* Adour, and ia a great manj opennlons of lesa Importaaoi. 




V*A*i 



SSiuiitSK] 11 ik ( Tha East MUbOtsex) Segt. of Foot. [^'S^^l'J^Jl^!^ 

1 « 

Ob the Golonn and Appointmento, the Plume of the Prince of WaUs. 
" BERINOAP ATAM *»— " CIUDAD RODRIGO "— •" BABAJOZ *'— 

** PENIKSULA/' 



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CoUmei. 
Sir John Mftcleod,i Cfi. KCH. Sm.9 Mar. 1788; Xmu^. 8 May, 04 ; Capt, 24 

June, 95; Megor, 9 June, 99; Lieut.-CoU 1 Jan. 05; Cot. 4 June, 18 ; Mqjor- 

Qeneralf 12 Aug. 19 ; lAeut.^Qen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL of the 77th, 17 Feb. 40. 
Heut. ColoneU"^ George Paris Bradshaw,' KH. Bna. p2 Oct. 06; Lieut, PIG 

June, 08 ; Capt. v 23 May, 16 ; Mqjor, p 26 Dec. 22 ; Lieut, -CoU p 10 June, 26 ; 

Co/. 23 Nov. 41. 
iir(i|;or#.~Nichola8 Wilson, KH. JEru, 81 Oct. 09; Lieut, 7 Oct. 18; Capt. p24 

Oct. 21 ; MqjOTt^^ Dec. 28 : Brevet- Lieut, -Col, 83 Not. 41. 
Thomas Graham Egerton, Ens. 24 Dec. 29 ; Lieut, P 9 Mar. 32 ; Cant, ^ 28 Jan. 

35 ; MiQor, P 7 Feb. 45. 



Captains. 

Guy Clarke 

Wm. Jonathan Clerke . . 
Alexander Tomkins .... 
Robert Jocelyn Straton 

George Dixon 

Paris Wm. Aug. Bradshaw 
Henry Jeryls White .... 
Henry Downe Griffith . . 

William Forbes 

Bdw.Hen.LowtherCiofton 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Bartholomew O'Brien . . 

John Hackett, r 

Alexander Aitken 



SNSIONS. 



17 Feb. 20 

24 Feb. 25 

28 June 24 

10 Jan. 28 

P30 Dec. 28 

P 26 Dec. 22 

P 23 Dec. 31 

13 June 30 

P 2 Dec. 31 

P 10 May 39 



P 16 Apr. 36 

17 Nov. 37 

1 Feb. 39 

Patrick McCarthy, Adj, ..115 Dec. 40 
Geo. Harry Smith Willis V23 Apr. 41 
GeoigesLowtherRathbome P 14 June 42 



George Gary 
Henry Robert Garden . . 
Thomas Oriel Forster 
Burrows W. A rthur Sleigh 

Francis Kennedy 

Robert Mostyn 

Hanry Jobling Wallack'. . 

Bmsions. 
G.St. LegerG ordon Gordon 
George Robert Becher • . 

Thomas Elliott 

W.WentworthGrant Dilke 
Godfrey James Bume . . 

Henry Kent 

Fred. William Darley 

William Ronalds 



P28 Dec. 41 

P 11 Not. 42 

P 25 Nov. 42 

23 July 42 

26 July 44 

10 Nov. 43 

P 22 July 43 

P30Aog. 44 
P 4 Oct. 44 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P23 May 45 
P 8 Aug. 45 
14 Apr. 46 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 17 July 23 

P 10 June 26 

P24Dec. 85 

P 18 Jan. 83 

P26Dec. 34 

24 Feb. 25 

11 Sept. 35 

6 Apr. 36 

11 Aug. 35 

Pll Nov. 42 

P 13 July 38 
28 Aug. 39 

8 Nov. 43 
82 July 44 

P30 Aug. 44 
P 4 Oct. 44 

9 Nov. 43 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P14 Feb. 45 

10 Nov. 44 
P23 May 45 
P 29 Dec. 4G 
P25 June44 



P 8 Apr. 86 
p 18 Jan. 33 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P 29 Not. 39 
30 Oct. 40 
Pll Nov. 42 
P20Oct. 43 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P88 May 45 



BREVST- 
KAJOR. 



23 Nov. 41 
9 Nov. 46 



6 Quarter-Master 9ined1ejr 
fenred to the Peninsula with 
the regiment, from July 1811 
to Feb. 1813, and aicaln from 
Oct. 1813 to the end of the irar 
In 1814. 



P 29 Dec. 46 
Payimwfw.— William Galway , 29 Sept. 43 ; Bnt, 4 Not. 13 ; Lieut. 27 July 20 j 

CnjD/. 2 Apr. 41. 
Adjutant,— Lieut. Patrick McCarthy, 15 Dec. 40. 
Quarter-Master, — 9 Thomas Smedley,* 7 April, 87* 
Surgeon, — George Anderson, 16 Dec. 45 ; Asstst.-Surgeon, 12 June, 85. 
Aulstant-Surgeons,—Wl\\\Bm Barrett, M.B. 80 Oct. 43. 

Michael Fenton Manifold, 22 May, 46. 
Faeings Yeilow.— Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq.— XrwA ^^m^* John Atkinson, Esq. 
I Sir John Macleod served io the arduous campaign of 1794 In Holland, under the Duke o# York, and 
n present at the attack and taking of Fort 8t. Andr«, the bombardment and sortie of Nfmcguen, tlie 
attack and defeat of the enemy at Beirren-Mansel, Ouilder-Mansel, and Thuil. Commanded the brigade 
HiilehaarrtedtheviUafeofMerxem, 14th Jan. 1814, and was MTerely wounded. _, , ^ ,«^ . ,^ 

ftCOtonel Bradthaw'e serrices ;— Expedition to Madeira, In 1807; cipedmoo foWaMNren, 1809,includ- 
im tfie landtaff atTer-Vere, siege and bombardment of Flushing ; Peninsula from June 1811 to tiie end of the 
^rw, faKlndteg siege, assault, and capture of Ciudad Rodrlgo and Bad6jos ; operatfoBS on the BHtossoa and 
Adaar, MockadeofBayonne, and repulse of the sortie. ^^ y * . 

• Umt. Wrilaek served the campaign on the SutieJ in 1845-0 (medal) wiUi the Mb, and was present at 
tte battlet «f Moodkee, Peroaethah, and Sobr&on. 

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irr'SSJ 7Sth{HtgKland)Begt.ofF.{arRoss^sMreBt§^ Un— !gi 

^lidich'n iZAt."— The Elephant, Buperscribed « A88AYE"— « M AID A ^— '?jj^3? 

9 Paul Andersou,* CB. JBns, 31 March, 1788 ; Lieut. 31 March, 91 ; Cant. 1 July. 

95 ; Mqfor,2b June, 1801 ; ZJeui^Col. 17 Oat 0») CW. 4 June, 13; JTolor. 

{?«». 12 Aug. 19 ; LieuL'Gen. 10 Jan. 87 ; Col. 78lli Jlighknden 9 Feh. 37. 
Xiua/^CotofitfU.— Henry N. Douglaf/ JEVi*. 33 Sept. 08 ; Lieut. S3 May, 05 ; 

Capt. 14 Dec. 11 ; Mqjtnry P22 Oct. 25 ; Lieut.-Col. P28 AprtL 57. 
Edward Twopeny, Em. HI Jan. 14 ; Lieut, f 17 Aug. 20 ; Capt. 9^ Oct. 86; 

Erev.'Mq^or, 28 June 38 ; Mqjor, 8 April, 42 ; Lieut^^Ck^ p 10 Dec. »7. 
Jfq/ort.-^RawdQn J. Popham Vassall, Eru, P 6 June 22: Xrtevt. »2B Oat. 86- 

Capt. P 13 May 26 ; -Brer.-ifq/. 23 Nov. 41 ; ^<tfor, Kov. 46. ' 

Walter Hamilton, J?fw. p 28 Jan. 19 j Lieut. P 16 Apr. 24 ; Capt. p 16 Mar. S3 : 

Brevet'Mqfor, 9 Nov. 46; Mqfor, P 10 Dec. 47. 



9 



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12 Mar. 12 

9 Apr. 25 

P27 Apr. 27 

P 13 Aug. 29 

1 July 37 

10 Apr. 25 

P17 Feb. 37 

P 16 Feb. 33 



LIBDT. 



CA7TAIK. 



7 Sept. 14 
P 17 July 28 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P 29 Nov. 3d 
5 Jan. 41 
13 Dec 32 
P 14 June 39 
P 28 Apr. 87 



17 May 30 

P28 Apr» 39 

P 18 May 38 

P29AprU42 

7 July 43 

29 Dee. 43 
P 12 May 43 

iUOeL 44' 



8 April 26 26 Nov. 30 P18 8^1;. 40 



90ct. 35 



8 May 34 

9 Mar. 38 
P 81 June 39 
P 18 Mar. 40 
P 16 Mar. 30 
P 8 Dee. 37 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P 7 Feb. 40 

20 Mar. 40 
P 23 April 39 
P 3Nev. 37 
Pll May 39 
P 7 Sept. 41 

16 Oct 39 
P 1 April 42 

9 April 42 
P17 BIar.43 

17 Jan. 45 
P 29 April 42 

27 Mar. 40 

2 April 41 

83 May 46 

P 14 Apr. 46 



P 10 Deo. 47 



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BBfiV.^MA^. 



ONoir. 46 



Captaiks. 
IP Thomas John Taylor * 
Colin Campbell M4ntyre 

John Bums 

Henry Hamilton 

Wm. M. G. M'Murdo^ . . 
Joseph Richard I^mert. . 
Thomas Wm. Elrington 
John Fowden Heliburton 

Peter Qrehan^ • 

Fred. Edmund Caldwell 

LlBUTBNAlTTS. 

Patrick Rebert Goidon . . 

Thomas Oarratt 

Tliomas Molyneux Keogh 
William Heory Ridge . . 
Jas. Duncan MacAndrow 
Oroeme Alex. Loekhart 
Hamilton Douglas Gordon 

Alex. Mackensie 

Douglas Hastings 

Edward PeHowes 

Michael Edward Smith . . 
Robert B. Arthur Purvis 
Lawrence Pleyd, Bouverie 
Wm. Buck C. Aug. Parker 
Wm. McGregor Archer. . 
HowardDouglasCampbell 
Wm. ^neas Moocrieffis. . 
William Cumming Rose 
George Floyer Sydenham 
Tlio. J.DrummoDd Reed' 

Robert Douglas' 

Thomas Anderson 

Robert Bogle .... 

ENSIONM. ^ 

HcrbcrtTaylorMacphersonj 28 Feb. 45 

Horatio Gillmore | 81 Mar. 46 

Donald Stuart i p X2 June 46 

.Joseph P. H. Crowe ; 27 Oct 46 

j Duncan D. Grahame p ft Mar. 47 

I John Hunter j 21 May 47 

: Joseph Webster p lo Dec. 47 

IJohn Simon Fran. Dick., .p 11 Dec. 47- 

*M?Z;^!!r^"*'^^'*"''*'^^^^^ J2W,.84MaTch85; Lleui.6i^27t 
i Quaiter-Jfiw/«..-Joseph Webster, 31 May 39- R»* «i wj[5??'** l^ot.43, 
5,n^p«m -Archibald Alexander, 30ct ^7AuUt^:Z^ iSip^^ 

Asit,t.^Surgeone.^D^j\d Reid M'Kinnon;i2 Dec « ^'"'V^*^'^^ 

James Leitch, M.D. 23 Jan. 46. 



P 18 May 38 

90 June 36 

89 Dec. 40 
P 4 Mar. 48 
P 6 Mar. 41 

P 21 May 41 

8Aprti42 

do. 

do. 

do. 

P 89 April 42 

P80Dec. 89 

Pl6May 40 

28 Dec. 48 

P 17 Feb. 48 

84 Oct 44 

89 Nov. 44 

P 17 Jan. 46 

P 18 June 46 

9 Nov. 46 

P28Jan. 41 5^.ibc-..ii«i*.-- .^.i;^ 
28 Dee. 48 S^ViST'*"'***^**'^ 
P 10 Dee. 47 '•*»••* 

P 1 1 Dee- A7 »»* «^'«»«»f »■ «^t^' 
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•Avrwanii lawuXM ky pnwiMliia la « Ci 
Compaay. Re «« iJb aerrtd a» Aattmmi ^ 
OMvnl to Str CbailM Naplet^ Amy 



tfe* Aiaiy mt*r «r CMUm W^flit 
durUif tte «Mapalfa 1« TmSiti te 
INS, tad wai prc^cac a« m^ m 

tattMkaMkprilM 

bone waj abot aa^ar him i 




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James M'Nab, M.D. 2 March, 47. [FmeinaeBiift^A.HmtM ir-.«- /* «. ^ -. 

araUy ia the Wctt lodteTVad wS^ti a -JSTi!?.- .!!*."* '"^ aad th« .l«^ ^ CWH, to C«ilm i 



•erred la ^ 




i Lt. lUtd wrrtd with tha Quml ftorab doriaa tlw camain In a- 
rmarih* Fcri af Paaall.), ««ittiat la the C««5tolSJ^ *• 




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ij^r?^:] 79th Regt. of Foot {Ca meron Hi ghlanders). [^'S!^^%!^T 

" BOMONT-OP-ZEB,"— The Sphinx^ with the words " EGYFP*— •" FUENTE8 
D'OWOK"— « SALA MANCA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLB "— « NIVB"— 
« TOULOUSE"—" PEXINSULA"— '' WATEHLOO." 



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Coloneh 
9 m Sir James Kacdonell/ KCB. KCH. Ens, 25 Jan. 06 : Z^ 2 Feb. 96 ; Capt. 

10 Sept. 08; Mc^, 17 Apr. 04; Lt.-Col, 7 Sept. 09; Col 12 Aug. 19 : Mai.. 

Gmh. 22 July, 80; Lt.-Gen. 28 Nor. 41 ; Col. 79th 14 July, 42. 

Lieut.'CoUmeL 
Hon, LBudercUe Maole, Bn$, l»24 Aug. 26; ZAmU, 21 July, 81 : Capt, P2t 

May, 36 ; Mt^or, p 11 May, 39 ; Lieut,'Col. p 14 June, 42. 
ilf(t]/^#.-ȣdmund James Elliot, JSui, p 6 April 31 ; Zt. p 10 Oet. 84: Capt, 

P8 April 40; Af<|/0r,Pl2 April 44. 
James Ferguson, Eru. p 27 July 82; Lieut. P 7 Aug. 86 ; Capt. p 18 Sept. 40: 

Mqfor, P 26 Aug. 46. 



Captaivs. 



ENSIOir. 



JohmSouglas |p 6Sept.8d 

Wm. Monro 

Btohard 0. H. Tfeylor .. 
Robert Douglas Clephane 

WiUiam M<€all 

Thomas John Beere .... 
James Murray Aynsley .. 

Andrew Hunt. • 

Thomas Bromhead Butt . 
Wm, Chautal Hodgson. . 

LinUTBKAHTS. 

James Robertson 

Henry Mackay,ul<(; 

Wm. Arthur Maiawaring 

Henry Murray . • 

WUliam Forrest, tL a4f. . . 
Henry Wotton Campbell 
Henry Augustus Murray 

Oliver Grjiam 

"niomas Leonard Leader * 
Keith Ramsay Maitland 
Alez.CockburnM'Bamett 
Henry Jardine Street .... 
George Murray Miller • . 
Adam Maitland 

ElYSTeNS. 

John Snodgmas Chalmers 
W. Cnningb. Cuniughame 
Edward William Cuming 
Cha. Millns Harrisson .. 

James Webster 

Fhmcis Augustus Grant 
Piancis Joseph Harrisson 



P 10 Oct. 84 
11 Dec. 85 
P 8 June 38 
P29Mar.d9 
Pll May 30 
P2] Feb. 40 
P22Feb. 40 
P 8 April 40 
P 18 Sept 40 

P 20 Jan. 41 

18 June 41 
P 14 June 42 
P 1 June 41 
P 14 Oct. 42 
P 14 April 43 
P20Mar. 44 
P 12 Apr. 44 
P 6 July 39 
P 4 July 45 

19 Aug. 42 
P 14 Nov. 45 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 9 June 46 

Pll Apr. 45 
P26June 46 
P 24 July 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 2 Apt. 47 
p 11 June 47 
22 June 47 



LIBUT. 



P 8 July 86 
P29Dec. 87 
P29 Mar. 89 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P 8 June 41 
P 28 Dec. 41 
P 14 June 42 
p 15 June 42 
P 2 Aug. 42 
P 10 Feb. 48 

P 14 AprU 48 

11 Apr. 44 

P 12 Apr. 44 

23 Aug. 43 

P30May 46 

P 4 July 45 

P 11 Nov. 46 

P 14 Nov. 45 

P 14 June 42 

P 25 Aug. 46 

28 Nov. 45 

P 3 Nov. 46 

P 2 Apr. 47 

Pll June 47 



CAPTAIN. 



BR»T.-MA/ 



1 Nov. 42 



P 8 June 41 
P 14 June 42 
P23Aug. 44 
P 11 Apr. 45 
P 14 Nov. 45 
P 9 June 46 
P 26 June 46 
P 26 Aug. 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 
Pll June 47 



• r^yiBMtor CorMT wrrtd with 
th« SSrd in tiM eamfclfa ea tht 
SoUcj fa IBM (nadal). Md eon- 
iMadad the nu^gnaa4 at Buddlval 
when cutoff by the « u cw y *t emwwlrf, 
and cffccird hit rairoit lo an or* 
<tcrly manturt hi tb« Uea of the 
cntir* Scik MTiky,— btoeoadoet ea 
thU oceMioo alltrwanlt •HeltMl Uw 
Dukt of WttUnftoori ** cordUl ap- 
probatloB And timkt Ibt the fmllMtry 
and judtMnt hadieplayed ia pio- 
tcctiof the baoaffa and tick in the 
nbirement towardt Loodiaaa, when 
attacked bf a large ton* of the 
entny on the Slit Jaimarf.'* He 
was alao pmenl at tkt bntttct 9t 
AUwml and Sobraon, 



Papwuuter. — John Comes,' 5 Nov. 47 ; Q¥arier''MaMter, 25 June 41 ; Comet, 

2 Oct. 46; Lieut. p28 March 47. 
A^futant. — Lieut. Henry Mackay, 19 June, 41. 
QuarteT'Maeter.^--l^ Qa Alexander Cndckshanks,^ 12 Oct. 88. 
Surgeon. — John Grant, 10 July 46; Aeeiet.»8urg. 9 June 37. 
a«ra^.-5tfr^aoii#,— Thomas Goldie Soot, M.D. 14 Dec. 41. 

Henry Day Fowler, 19 Dec. 46. 

JPsfkipi Qfteen^^Agtnte, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irith Agente, Sir E. R. Bofongb, Bt*, 

Armit, Sc Co. 
1 8lr JwMs MacdoD«ll Mrrtd with th« espcdltlon to Naples and CaUbria, in 1605 and H, Inclodlnf th« 
bg|tlsa< Maidag for wlilch 1m baa racdved a madal. Sarrad aftanrardi In Portugal, Spain, France, and 

9 Llaiit. Leader lerved with tbaQuaan'tBojab during the campaign of 1844 and 46 in the Southern Concan 
Mid Sairant Warree Country, including the itoiming of leveral atocliadM and Um invettment and capture of 
the forte of Monohur and Munmntoeh. 

4 (Inarter-MaeterCruickthanlu Mrred at the tiegeand capture of Copenliagen, in 1807; on Um eipedition 
lo Ooltanhucgh, ia I80a$ IIm campaign of 1808-0, in tlie Peninsula; expedition to Walcberen, siege and 
Odptora of Floehiof, 1801^; campaigns of 1810, 11, IS, IS. 14, and 15, in the Peninsula, Prance, and Flanders, 
larlodkig the dellMMa of Gedia and Isla-de-Leon, from Feb. to Aug. 1810 ; battles of Busaco and Fuentra 
iPQmor tahan prtieaar of war while in defence of the ▼illage ; CAvering the eiegeof Bad^Jos, In March and 
Apm IMfti feastlaa af Hw NlTella, Niva, Tonlouia (wounded In the left lag), Qnatft Bras, ami Waterloo 
feanrad wltli the anar of oecnpatlon untU 1819. 



MHO. lorraragiii 
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Yeara'Wm t^^ g/>»|m^ wlUi tba word* '< KQYPT "^" MOOPKEB "— «* rRTjQglWH, JH "->>» SOBEAOK .*< 

Col&neL 
Sir Maurice Charles O'Connell,* KCH. Ca/yf. 1 Oct. 94 -, M^for^ 1 Jan. 05j 

Lieut-Cot 4 May, 09 } Ca/. 12 Aug. 19 ; Mqior-Oen. ^ Jaijf dO ; Lieut,* 

Gen, 23 Not. 41: Coh 80th Rcgt. 15 Jan. 44. 
Lieut, 'Coloneli,''l^Thom9A Bimhury,'CB. Ens. 7 Hay, 07 ; tAeut, 17 Aug. 09j 

Ca/7f . 25 Oct. 14; Mqjar, P21 Nov. 84 ; Lt,»Coi, 26 July 44. 
Robert Blucher Wood,' CB. Comet, P30 Dec. 94; Xi«tft. »l2Pleb.36; Copt 

P 31 Dec. 41 ; Mqfor, p 17 May, 44 ; Lieut.^Ca. P90 Dec. 45. 
Afry'or^.— Robert Alex. Lockhart,* Com^f Pll June 80; Lietit, t»50eta3; Capti 

P13 July 88 ; Mqjor P30 Dec. 45. 
9 Charles Lewis,* Ens. 9 June 13; X^ 30 Dec. 19; Capt. 22 Mir. 92; Bnt,* 

M({j. 19 Jiinr 46 ; Mqj. 3 Feb. 47. 



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21 
19 
10 
12 
10 
10 
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15 
17 

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EXSXGN. 



Captains. 
Robert George Hughes • . 
Richard Talbot Sayers^. . 
James Deaves Morris .... 
Lambert L. Montgomery^ 
Samoel Tolfrey Christie 
Alex. William RUey^ .... 

Anthony Ormsby* 

Charles Myers Creagh* . . 
Henry Crickitt Tyler. . . . 
Robert Hawkes 

LnSUTBlVAIITS. 

John Camming '^ 

Edward Hardinge 1^ 

Theodore Rich. Hlckson 
George Dean Pitt, #. .... 

Cbaifes Duperler " 

Astell Thomas Welsh . . 
Edward Alan Holdich,>^ s. 
Geoige Samuel Young' . . 

William Hunter " 

Wm.Fred.Adams Colman^ 
Henry Geo. John Bowler^ 
Benjamin Hallo well Boxer 
/r(m.Arth.£.Hardinge".. tP 
Ed.Wm.Pincke Kin^sley'^ . 
Hamilton Charles Smith p 
W. B. C. S. Wandesforde*"* ; p 
William Cblrcrt Dunn .. <P 
Paul Fred, de Quincey^ fp „ 
Robert Clifton Gordon .. (p31 May 
Willlau) Dcanc Freemmn ) P 30 Jan. 
Robert Cancels Ollphant 
//onJohnHoweM.Browiie 

George Bodle, A^ 

Ensigns. 

Matthew Kirklaod 

Attilio Scheberras 

Donald Maelean Prater : 
Edward John Mathias . . 

Thomas Atrey,'> 

WiUlam Paterson 

TliomaaWUlJam Hunt .. 
Jas. L.Wlnniett Kunn .. 



LIEUT. 



P29 Juneao 
P 19 Apr. 27 

14 Apr. 14 
P22 June38 
P 22 Jan. 36 
P20 June38 
P 18 July 38 
p 14 Mar. 34 
P 3 May 33 
p 2 Dec. 81 

P 28 Sept. 37 
P 11 Jan. 40 

1 Apr. 42 
11 Oct. 39 
29 Dec. 40 

P21 May 41 
p 2 July 41 

10 July 41 

20 May 42 

15 June 43 

16 June 48 

21 May 42 

7 June 44 
4 Oct. 44 

8 Oct. 44 
4 July 45 

15 Dec. 48 

2 May 45 
44 
46 

15 Apr. 42 

27 Feb. 40 

28 May 45 

22 Dec 45 
21 Apr. 46 
8 May 40 > 
18 Sept. 46 
21 April 46 

11 Dec. 40i 
21 May 47 



P 6 July 32 
P25May 82 

25 June 18 
Pl7Jan. 40 
P 18 July 38 
P 19 Feb. 41 
P 2 July 41 

8 Not. 36 
P 1 May 35 

8 July 87 

P 8 May 40 

P81 Doc. 41 

15 July 43 

19 Jan. 44 

26 July 44 
26 July 44 

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13 July 45 
28 Aug. 45 

22 Dec. 45 

23 Dec. 45 

24 Dec. 45 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

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1 Aug. 46 

9 Oct. 46 
13 Nov. 40 
11 Doc. 46 
21 Feb. 46 

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16 Mar. 43 

18 Mar. 43 
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28 Aug. 45 
22 Deo. 45 
25 Dec 45 

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Poymaster.-^rho. Bloomfield Hunt,** 1 Aug.37; Ens.* 19 JaB.96; X/.85 Oct.a 
Afffutant.^Liettt.OeoT^e Bodle, 21 May 40. 
Quarter'Master.^George Crawford, 21 May, 47 ; Ens, 18 Sepl. 40. 
5ttr]{^n.-> Alexander Sheriff Macdonell,^ 2 Doc. 42 ; Assist. -Surff. 29 JaW, ^ 
ilartf^-5ur^#.~Miah William Murphy, 22 July, 42. [Ueei^AmiH. 15 N«iv. S 
David Stuart £rskineBain,.23Jan.4a. I AgmteiUmem^CnxScC 
Henry Carr Lucas, 2 Mar. 47. | EMnos YeUow. 

1 Sir Maurice O'Connall nerrad at Domlnim, and fommanded Oic Li<bt Company of tiia lat Wc«t im 
negX. at IloMau.Mnd Feb. 1800, and socceiifiiltjr mbted the rrp«alea attaokt of a very ntpcrlor Frra 
force. Commanded a diriiinn of the annj under 8ir Robert BrowBrigf, at tao •ou^aotC of tW ILata*^ 
territories aod capture v( the reifnina roonarcb. 

3 LI.C0I. Bunbur/ tenred t.. ib<> I^ninr^ula from 1806 to the end of th«war,iacla4te««Bp(«r» of Ower 
baltlaa of Talatara and Barroea. He wm Miviur of Brigade to the Itrea wlrieh 4efcwdad Taalla (at tW it «« 
meat of which he bad hJs bune ahol under hini\ at the rapture of 0eTflle, defettoao^tko flrklfo tletsm^ 
Largo near Arai^oet. He was praieat at the battlra of tbo N ivelle and off he K lev (laiiialy woaaj i j \, !«.« « 
It of Bayonne^ and oow m aoded the 6th Cawadores at lh«* battle of Tofotauae. H» a 
waa enployed tin vartoua tonrlcoefor four jnn In >i'W ZnUaod, fraoa fhe 
itll I flU ,^- Inwarda ibe eloM of whlrb year be wu vrecki^ on one of th» 
and lie eommanded the Iroope and erawa of tho Uaoeporta Britott aod Jhn 
whopo, «adar tkm hmm trylof yal proeMantial cirwimtaacea, tba Uvei of a^of 000 
104 wonan and chlldian, were preterred. He eommanded the Mth ihrouahoot Ite 




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tiair| Thomas Brans,! CB, Ena. 3 Dec, 94 ; Lieut. 1 Oct, 95; Capt. 19 Nor. 03 • 
ft»r.l lf<|A»'> 6 J?e^ 12 ; X*.-Co/, 13 Oct. 12 ; CW. 22 July, 30 ; Maior-Gen. 28 
June, 9d ; CoL 8Ut R«gt. 12 July, 47. j^ * «tf c. -w 

Litist.'^Colmeh—JS^ Robert Ilcury Willcocks,* KH. Mrs. 12 S^spt. 11 ; Limt 
26 Aug. 13; Cfl;?^ 21 July, 25; ifq/ar, PlGMarcb, 32; BrecH Lt.-Coi. 
9No7.4fl.; X^-Co^. 6AprU47. 

Mqfort. — Giles Vandeleur Creagh, 2«d Ziewi. p6 Jan. 20 ; ZieuL PJO April 25- 
I Cap<. PI Aurr. 26; Mqjor, »* 27 Dec. 33 ; Brevet Lt.-CoL 20 Oct. 46. ' 

Rickard Hort. Cornet aftd Sub-Lt. ; Ens, P26 Jan. 19; Lieut, P4 May 82 ; 
Capt. P37 Aug. 25; Brevet Major, 28 June 38; Brwet Lieut,^CoL 1 Julv 
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Captains. 

Abraham Splaine 

James Ward 

Wm. Hen. C. Welleslcy,*. 
John Hamilton Stewart 

Henry Farrant 

Henry Renny 

JEr(m.Rob. A. Geo. Dalzell 
Henry Edward Sorell . . 

Gtotge W. Raikes 

Aachltel F. P. Booghey . . 

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