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THE NEW 

ANNUAL ARMY LIST, 

1844. 

(BEING THE FIFTH ANNUAL YOLUME,) 



THB DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A STATEMENT OF THE WAB 

SERVICES AND WOUNDS OF NEABLY ETBRY OFFICES 

IN THB ARHT, ORDHANCB, AND MARINES. 

CORRECTBD TO WTH SECElIBEtl, IB«. 

WITH AN INDEX. 



Captain H. O. HART, 4j)iH Bbot. 



LONDON: 

JOHN MUKRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET. 

1844. 



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EXPLANATIONS 



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

K.T. Knightof the Order of the niiBtle. 

R.P. Knight of the Older of St. Patrick. 

O.C.B. Knight Grand Crou of the Order of the Bath. 

K.C.B. Knight Comf/umd«r of the Order of the Bath. 

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

O.C.M.G. Knight Grand Crou of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. 

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

C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto 

O.C.M. Knight Grand Crou of the Royal Hanoverian Ouelphic Order. 

K.C.H. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of 'ditto ditto 

K.C. Knight of the Crescent. 

C Before the Name, denotes that the Officer was at the Battle of Trqfaiifar. 

9 Before the Name, denotes that the Officer aerved In the PentntulOy or the 

South of France, 

C Offloen actually present in either of tiie actions of the 
£il Waterioo Medal. < 10th, 17th, or 18th June, 1816. Such Officers are 

f. allowed two years' additional service. 

K. 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 aDowed to retain their Rank, but 
without receiving Pay or progressive Promotion. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are 
actually attached; the Letters «. and r. distinguish Officers employed on the Sti^ff^ or on 
the Recruiting Service ; the Letters JR. M. in the Cavalry Regiments, allude to the Riding 
Masters ; the Letters d, ptn. and d, a4i' denote the Dep6t Paymaster and Depot Adjutant 
respectively. — ^The *, before the Name or Date of Commission, denotes Temporary Rank 
only. The Letter p before the Date indicates that the Commission was purchated. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as ** Peninsula," ** Waterioo," &c. denote 
the Honorary Distinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their Colours and 
appointments, In commemoration of their Services. 



tONIK)K: miNTSP BT tTIWAmT AMD MUKAAT, OLD BAILBT. 



CONTENTS. 



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page 

Actioxu or Battlet 450 

Adjutants of Recruiting Districto 263 

Aideft-dc-Camp to the Queen 4 

American Staff. 332 

ArtiUery, Royal 264 

Barrack Masters 326 

Bath, Officers of the Order of 461 

Battles or Actions 450 

Cadets, Company of Gentlemen .... 173 

Canada Staff 322 

Cape Mounted Riflemen 250 

Ceylon Rifle Ri^iment 257 

Ceylon Staff 324 

Chaplains' Department 312, 426 

Chatham Dep6t Staff 320 

Chelsea Hospital 318, 449 

Colonels 32 

Commissariat Department 300, 416 

Depdt Battalion in the Isle of Wight 259 

Dragoon Guards 121 

Dragoons 128 

Engineers, Royal 281 

Field Marshals 5 

Foot Guards 144 

Foot ( Nomhered Regiments) 151 

Foreign Corps on H&-pay 437 

Foreign Orders 466 

Foreign Stations, Staff on 322 

Garrisons 318, 447 

Garter, Order of 460 

Generals 6 

General Officers receiving Rewards for 

Distinguished Services ■ 4 

Gentlemen at Arms, the Honourable 

Corpsof 116 

German Legion 437 

Great Britain Staff 319 

Half-pay List 329 

Hibernian Military School 449 

Honorary Distinctions 450 

Horte Guards, Royal Regiment of . . 120 

Jamaica Staff 323 

Index 475 

Inspecting Field Officers 263 

Ionian Islands, Staff 322 

Ireknd, Staff in 32 



page 

lieutenant-Generals 9 

Lieutenant- Colonels 57 

Life-Guards 118,119 

Light Dragoons ISO 

Local Rank 114 

Maidstone Depdt Staff 319 

Major-Generals '. . 13 

Majors ^ 90 

Malta Fencibles ' 262 

Marines, Royal 292 

Mauritius Steff. 324 

Medical Department 809, 418 

Medical Department, Ordnaooe 291 

Military College 318, 449 

Military Asylum 318, 449 

Militia 315 

Newfoundland Companies 261 

North America Staff 322 

Nova Scotia Staff 322 

Order of the Garter 460 

Thistle 460 

St. Patrick 460 

Bath 461 

St. Michael and St. George 465 

Orders, Foreign 466 

Ordnance Department 264 

Paymasters of Recruiting Districts .. 263 
Provisional Battalion at'Chatham .... 258 
Quarter. Master-General's Department 117 

Recruiting Staff 263 

Retired Officers on Full Pay 329 

Rifle Brigade 252 

Riding Establishment, Ordnance .... 273 
St. Michael and St. George, Order of 465 

St. Patrick, Order of 460 

Sappers and Miners 285 

Staff at Head Quarters 117 

SUff of Great Britain 319 

Staff on Foreign Stations 322 

Thistle, Order of 460 

Tower of London 448 

Veterinary Surgeons on h. p 426 

Western Australia, Staff of 824 

West India Regbnents 254 

West India Staff 323 

Yeomen of the Guard tll6 



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Colonel CluilM Richard Poz, Unatt. 
Colonel O. A. Wetberall, CB, KH., Unatt. 

-~— 8& Jaa. Holme* Schocdde, KCB^ 65 P. 
— — John Townsend, 14 Drs. 
■ Henry John Wm. Bentlnck, Coldtt. Odt. 

Thonuu Reed, 63 P. 

O. AT. qf HunUy, KT. Aberdeen MilitU. 

T. Wood, Royal Eaat Middleeez MlUtU. 

— — John Le Contenr, Jersey Militia. 
■ -- Emeet Earl of Mount B<^canibe, Dake of 

Comwall'e Rangeri. 

Thoe. Airl de Orey, York Huaiar Yeo- 

niaury Cavalry. 
Edward Baker, R. Wllta Yeomanry Ca- 
valry. 

Cha. D. tff Richmond, "KB, Suiez Mil. 

-^— William, JTarf . ^ Thomond, JTP. Cork 

City Mil. 
Tboa. Adame Parke, CB, R. Marinct. 



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Colrnel John Oiren, CB. KH, R. Maiinet. 

Wm. Lord Dinorben, Roy. Anglesey M. 

Jnst'ph Lcigan. 69 P. 

Alexander Kennedy Clark Kenned; 

CB. KH., Unattached. 

Horatio George Broke, Unatt. 

Thomas Wc-are, KH.^ Pror. Bn. 

John Oldfleld, JT/f., R. Engineers. 

— — - Tliomas Djrneley, CB. R. Artillery. 

8. r»c. Giiillamore, Unatt. 

Thomas Monteath, CB., E. I. C. Serr. 

Corn Campbell, CB., OS P. 

Peter Kdmonstone Craigle, CB., 6S F. 

Samuel Bolton, CB., 81 P. 

Edmund Morrii, CB., UnattafChed. 

Oei». Petor Wymer, CB,, E. I. C. Serr. 

J.imps Prlaulx, Guernsey Militia. 

William Pattle, CB. B. I. C. Serr. 



3£ 



0FFICBR8 RECEIVING REWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED SERYICBS. 



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J P John M<Keade 
amea Robertem 
■■ PIntOD BoDham 

William Eden 

Sir Alexander Halfcett, KCH, 

— ^ John Oranby Clay 

' Sir Tbomaa Browne, KCS 
IJoiit.-Q«B. flamoel HnskJuon 

Denab Herbert 

■ Janet Lomaz. 

LleDt.-0«n. 9 Sir Thomas Peanon, CD. # KCB. 

Ip Sir Gregory H. B. W^, CB» 

M^or-Oeu. Sir Darid Xin>enc«, JTCa. 
■ 9 Chvtot Mtaol, CB. 



M^or-Gen. 9 ^^^ Henry King, CB., KCH, 

Sir Leonard Green well, KCB, KCM. 

Kdward Dai ley. 

«!iJ3 Sir Alexander Cameron, KCB. 

tho. Evana, CB. 

9 Sir Archibald Maelainfl^ CB. 

K. O. Klrington, CB. 

V Mm. P. P. Napier, CB» 

9 John Diiiry, CB. 

WlllUm Smelt, CjB. 

Colonel |l ££1 K>chard Egerton, CB^ Unatt. 

Quarter-Mastcr J 'una Murray, b. p. 94 P. 

T. W. Ldwarde, h. p. 64 P. 



THE 



NEW ANNUAL ARMY LIST. 



1844. 



FIELD-MARSHALS. 

9 m HU Grace ARTHUR, Duke of WELLINGTON, KG. GCB. OCH., JBntigi^, 
7 March, 1787 ; lAeui, 26 Dec 87 ; Captain^ 80 Jane, 01 ; Meffor, 80 April, 98 ; 
XAeut.' Colonel, 80 Sept. 08; Colonel, 8 May, 96; Mqjor-General, 20 April, 03; 
Lieta^General, 25 April, 08; General (in. Spain and Portngid}, 31 Jnly, 11; Field 
Marshal, 21 Jane, 18. Colonel of the Grenadier Regiment of Foot Goarda, 22 Jan. 
1827 ; Colonel-in-Chlef of the Rifle Brigade, 10 Feb. 1620; Conitable of the Tower of 
London, 20 Dec. 1826; Lord Warden of the Ginqne Ports, 27 Dec 1828; Commander- 
hi-Chief, 16 Ang. 1842. 

His Mufjesty the King of HANOYER, KG. KP. GCB., Lieut. -General, 18 May, 1798 ; 
General, 25 Sept. 1808; FiM Marshal, 26 Nov. 1813. 

HU Royal Highness ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, Duhe of CAMBRIDGE, KG. GCB. 
GCMG. GCH., Lieta.-General, 24 Ang. 1708 ; General, 25 Sept. 1803 ; Field Marshal, 
26 Nov. 1813. Colonel of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 5 Sept. 1805; 
and Colonel-in-Chief of the 00th (or the King's Royal Rifle Corps), 22 Jan. 1827. 

His Mqjesty the King of the BELGUNS, KG. GCB. GCH., General, 2 Mi^, 1816 ; 
FIM Marshal, 24 May, 1816. 

HU Royal Highness FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, Duhe 
of SAXONY, PHnee qf SAKE COBURG AND OOTHA, KG. KT. KP. GCB. 
GCMG., 8 Feb. 1840. Colonel of the Scots Fasiller Qnards, 25 April, 1842 ; Governor 
and Constable of Windsor Castle, 18 May, 1843. 

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17 
War Services of the Oeneral Officers toho are not Colonels of Regiments. 

1 General the Honourable Frederick St. John served throughout the rebellion in Ireland, in 1798. 
Also, the two campaigns against the Mahrattas, as second in command under Lord Lake, including 
seven ueges and two general actions. 

2 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-Carop to the Duke of Wellington, 
and was present at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, and battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, 
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'arm^e of the Duke of Wellington's 

forces, at the battle of Waterloo, and was shot through the left shoulder at the close of that action, 
having, also, been yesent in the preceding engagements* 

3 Sir George Cockburn served at Gibraltar during the siege of 1782, as Aide«de-Camp to Lord 
Heathfield. 

4 General Dunne served in Ireland during the rebellion, in 179& 

5 Sir Alexander Mackenzie served with Lord Moira*B army on the expedition for the relief of Ostend, 
in 1794 ; as second in command at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1795 ; in command of a 
division on the expedition against Naples, in 1808; and afterwards in command of the army in the 
two Calabrias. . 

6 Lord Cork served in Flanders, in 1793, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes 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 capitulation of Bergen- 
op-Zoom. Served with the Guards in Holland, in 1799. Commanded the first battalion of the 
Coldstream Guards in Egypt, in 1801, and was present at the taking of Alexandria, and in the 
diflerent engagements with the army under Sir Eyre Coote, to the westward of Alexandria. 

7 Sir Martin Hunter served in the first American war, including the battle of Bunker's Hill, 
Brooklyn, and Brandy wine; storming the heights of Fort Washington, and the night attack on General 
Wayne's brigade, on which occasion he was wounded. Served afterwards in the East Indies, and 
commanded the 52nd at the sieges of Caonanore (commanded a corps of light infantry that stormed the 
breach), Pollighautcherry, and Bangalore ; battle near Seringapatam, storming of the fort of Savao- 
droog, the night attack on Tippoo's intrenched camp under the walls of Seringapatam, where he was 
wounded in the body and arm. In 1797 he commanded a brigade at the capture of Trinidad, and at 
the siege of Porto Rico. At tlie blockade of Malta in 1800, he commanded the 48th regiment 

9 Lord Lorton served with the 58th as a marine on board the Vengeance 74. Went out with Sir 
Charles Grey's expedition to the West Indies, in 1793, and served in the 1st battalion of Grenadiers, 
nnder the command of the late Duke of Kent, at the captures of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guada* 
loupe : on the conclusion of the campaign rejoined the 58th at Martinique. In about six weeks fol- 
lovring, in consequence of a French force having retaken Grande Terre, he was ordered with the 
Grenadiers again to Guadeloupe, and was engaged in the s^eral actions of that second campaign : in 
covering the retreat of the troops from Point-a-Pitre, was struck by a spent ball, which was the occa- 
aion of a handsome compliment from Sir Charles Grey in front of the Grenadiers, while inspecting 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 Charles to return to Europe in consequence 
of promotion. During the night the troops were re-embarked, he commanded an advanced position 
close to the French lines while the operation was in progress. Served also during die rebellion in Ire- 
land, in 1798, at Vinegar Hill, &c., and subsequently as a Brigadier-General in the Western District. 

10 General George Michell served in Flanders in 1793, 94, and 95, in command of the 11th 
Dragoons, includiiig the actions from Toumay to Bremen, the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk, 
and the actions at Famars, Cateau, Thuyl, and Geldermalsen. 

1 1 General M'Kenzie served the campaign of 1794 on the Continent, including the several actions 
between the Waal and Rhine, forcing the enemy from St. Andr6, sortie from Nimeguen, and the 
actions at Thuyl and Geldermalsen. Served also on the eastern coast of Spain under Sir Wm. Henry 
Clinton. 

12 General John Michel served at the siege of Fort St. Philip, in Minorca, and was taken prisoner 
on its surrender. 

13 General Robertson embarked with his regiment for India in January 1779; and, in 1781, he 
was present at the sieges of Tripassore and Chittore, and the battles of Porto Novo, Pernambaccnm, 
and Shoolingeo ; in 1782, the battles near Vellore and at Arnes, besides several skirmishes ; in 1783, 
the battle and storming of the French lines, works, and redoubts before Cnddalore; in 1790, siege of 
Polighautcherry ; in 1791, actions of the 5th and 17th of March before Bangalore, together with its 
siege and storm ; siege and storm of Nundy Droog and Savan Droog ; in 1792, battle and storming of 
Tippoo's lines, works, and redoubts before Seringapatam, 6th February, and its siege; the storming of 
his horse camp. 18th February ; in 1793, siege and capture of Pondicherry. 

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

15 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 Linoelles* 



18 War Services of the General Officers^ 

16 Oeoenl Bonbam aenred upwardi of 32 yean in the West Indies, and acted as chief of the 
Quarter-Master-General's department on the two eipeditions against St. Lucia and Tobago, and 
Demerara aod Berbice ; on the latter he was second in command. He was also present at the storming 
of Morne-FortuD^» St. Lucia, on the night of the 2nd of Juoe, 1803. 

17 Sir Thomas Saumarez served in the first American %rar from 1775 to its terminationp and was 

{^resent in several of ihe principal actioosi and at the sieges of Charlestown and Yorktown, at which 
sst he was made prisoner. 

18 General Saunders has seen a great deal of service in the West Indies, and was actively employed 
against Demerara, St. Enstatia, aod St. Vincent. During two years' service in Martinique and Sl 
Lucia, he was present in the engagements of the Vigie, Gros Islet, Cul de Sac, aod Camagie. Accom- 
panied General Baird's armv to F'gyptt in 1801. Proceeded to the Peninsula in June, 1809» and 
commanded the 61st at the battle of Talavera, for which he has received a medal. 

19 General Goldie served in Ireland during the rabellion, in 1798 ; also in the Peninsula for a few 
months, in 1812. 

20 General Eden served as Assistant-Quarter- Master-General in Flanders in 1794, and in Holland 
in 1795 ; also at the capture of Java in 1811, for which he has received a medal. 

21 General Rebow was at the taking of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadeloupe, in 1794, at which 
last be was severely wounded through both thighs. Served also in the Peninsula in 1812. 

22 General Gosselin served on the expedition against Genoa, under Lord Wm. Bentinck ; and 
mbsequently in the Ameiican war. 

23 Sir Arthur Richard Dillon aerved in Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798. 

24 General Darroch aerved in Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798. On theeipedition to Hanover, 
in 1806 ; and on that to Sooth America, in 1807. The Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and 11, 
including the affiir near Carvalhos. passage of the Douro, and attack of Souk's rear-guard at Salamoode. 
Served anerwards in the American war. 

25 General Walker was present at the siege and surrender of Fort Bourbon, and of the Island of 
Martioiqoe, in 1794. He was at Basse Terra, in Guadeloupe, on the Republican Troops regaining 
possession of the Island ; and, at the defence of Fort Matilda from the lOlh of October, when attacked 
oy the French, to nearly the time of ita evacuation. In December following he proceeded to Grenada 
in command of the Rojal Artillery, and was there when the insurrection of the slaves took place, 
assisted by the French, when the Governor and upwards of forty of the principel inhabitants were 
murdered. He was Commandant of the garrison of Charlemoot Fort during the Insh rebellion in 1798. 

26 Sir Alexander Halkett served at the captures of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadeloupe, in 1794 ; 
at Ostend, under Sir Eyre Coote, where he was taken prisoner ; with the expedition to the Holder, in 
1799, when he was twice wounded ; and at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806. 

27 General Clay was at the taking of Martinique and St. Lucia in 1794, including the storming of 
Mnme de Pierre (led the forlorn hope), siege and reduction of Forts Louia and Bourbon. Accom- 
panied the expedition under Sir James Pulteney to Belleisle, Ferrol, and Vigo Baj. Served also in 
Egypt in 1801, and was present in the actions of the 13th and 21st March, the siege of Alexandria, 
and other affairs of less importance* Mraal for services in Egypt 

28 Lieut.- General Thomas served in the first Americsn war, and was present at the several landings 
on Staten, Long, and York Islanda ; the battle of the 27th of August, 1776, on Long Island, capture 
of Forts Lee and Washington, battles of Brandywine and Gerroantown, at which last be leoeived two 
balls in his bead. . Proceeded to the West Indies in 1778, and was present at the capture of St. Lncia, 
and the battle of the Vi|{iab Served on board the Cornwall in the action off Grenada, between Admiral 
Byron and the Comte d'Eataignes, 6th of July, 1779; also on board the Cen<pt§fw in the sction 
between Admiial Parker and La Motte Pioqoet, in Fort Royal Bay, Martinique, 19th Dec. 1779 ; 
and in the sucoeanve actions tietwcen Rear Admiral Rowley with the Comte de Guichen, off Martinique, 
17th April following. Present at the capture of Port-au*Prince, 4tb June, 1794. Served also in 
Ireland during the rebellion in 1798. 

29 Ueut-General BuUer served the campaigns of 1793 and 94 in Flandeia; and sobecquently in 
the West Indies, including the siege of St. Lucia, and reduction of Grenada. 

30 Lieut.^General T. L'Estrange served in the first American war, in Noith and South Carolina, 
Staten, New York, Long, and Rhode Islands. 

31 Sir Charlea Phillips served at the siege of Fort Bourbon, and capture of Martinique, St. Lucia, 
and Guadeloupe, in 1794. The Egyptian campai^ of 1801, and has received the medal. 

32 Lieat.-General Reynardson sen^ in Egypt in 1801 ; and at Walcberen, in 1809. Medal for 
services in Esypt. 

33 Lord Carysfort served as Seaetary to the mission of Coloned Crawfurd, at the head-qnarlers of 
the Archduke Charles, and waa present at sll the battles of the campaign of 1796 in Germany, at the 
siege of Kehl, and the affair at the beginning of 1797, on the Rhine. Served as aide-de-camp to Lord 
Comwallis in Ireland during the Rebellion ; after which he was employed in Germany, and was pre- 
sent at all the actions of that year in Switaeiland, under General Hotie, and with the Koasian army at 
the iMttle of Zurich. Campaign in Egypt as aide*de*camp to Sir Ralph Abereromby, and afterwards 
lo Lord Hutchinson. On the Quarter-maaier General's staff on the Expedition to Sweden, and af^er- 
waida to Spain, under Sir John Moore, indudtng the battle of Corunna. Embaiked with the Guards 
lor Walcberen in July 1800, and served in the reserve in Sooth Bevelaod. Accompanied the Guards 
to Spain In 181 1, and waa appointed to the command of the garrison of Cadia. At the defence of 



War Senncei of the (General Cffficers. 19 

Tariby he was Mcond in eommand. Marched from thence with the deCBchmeiit of the Oaards4hat 
joined Lord Hill, aod suhtequeotly formed a jonctioa with the Duke of Welliogton on hit retreat from 
Burgos, lo 1813 he returned to England, and shortly afterwards he again embarked with a detach- 
ment of Guards for Flanders, a brigade of which he commanded in the attack on Bergeo-op-Zoom. 
Medal for services io Egypt. 

34 Lieut.-General the Honourable T. £. Cape! served the campaigns in Flanders under the Doke 
of York. Employed as Assistant-Adjutant^General at Cadiz io 1811. 

35 Lieut.-General Mundv served in Ireland during the Rebellion, in 1798. Went in command 
of the 3rd Dragoons to Walcheren, in 1809 ; and in command of the same regiment to (he Penio- 
sulsp in 1811. 

36 Sir Henry Edw. Bunbary served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of the 19lh Sept., 2d 
and 6th October. Served also on the expedition to Naples and Calabria in 1805 and 6, anid was 
present at the battle of Maida, for which be has received a medal. 

37 Lteut.-General Mawby embarked with the 18th for Toulon, in October 1793 ; and, after serving 
with it there, he was appointed Asslitant-engineer, and sent to the out'post of Cape Brun, where be 
remained until that place was evacuated, 17th December following. Embarked for Corsica 12th May 
1794 ; proceeded with the Grenadiers from Bastia for Calvi, in June, and was present during the 
whole of the siege of that place, as also at the storming of the Moselle fort. Embarked for India 20lh 
April 1805, in command of the 53rd. In November 1809, he accompanied the raiment into the pro- 
vince of Bundelcundy and vras appointed to command the first brigade of lofsiotry, and which command 
he held until the army was ordered into cantonments, 29lh March 1812. At the storming of Callioger, 
2od February, 1812, he commanded the British troops. 

38 Lieut.-General the Honourable John Meade served in Holland under the Duke of York. Ac- 
companied the expeditions to the Ferrol and to Portugal, in 1800. Served also in the Peninsula, and 
commanded the 45th at the battle of Busaco, for which he has received a medal. 

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

40 Sir Wm. Peterson 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 expedition 
against New Orleans, where he was severely wounded. 

41 Sir John Guise served with the 3rd Uuards at Ferrol, Vigo, and Cadiz, in 1800 ; the Egyptian 
campaign of 1801 (medal), including the actions of the 8th and 2l9t March, and 17th Aug., attack 
of tne fortress of Marabout on the following day, action of the 22nd Aug., investment and capture of 
Alexandria. Expedition to Hanover in 1805-6. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1809, and commanded 
the light battalion of the Guards with a Rifle company of the 60th attached, on the retreat to the lines 
in 1810, battle of Busaco, and subsequent retreat, lines of Torres Vedras, several actions on the ad« 
vance from thence in 1811, and battle of Fuentes d'Onor. Present also at the sieges and captures oC 
Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, Commanded the 1st battalioii of the 3rd Guards at the battle of Sale* 
manca« capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos and retreat from thence, advance in 1813, batUe of 
Vittoria, sit^e and capture of San Sebastian, passsge of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nive, passage of 
the Adour, investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie — during the latter part of the action he 
commanded the 2nd brigade of Guards in consequence of Sir E. Stopford being wounded. Sir John 
has received a cross. 

42 Sir James Bathurst served at the capture of Surinam, under Sir Thomas Trigge ; the E^ptian 
campaign of 1801 (medal), including the action at the landing, also the various actions dunng the 
campaign to the east and west of Alexandria, and at the siege of Marabout Expedition to Hanover in 
1805 ; in Poland with the Russian and Prussian armies, and was present in most of the princtpel 
actions. Served also at the sieges of Stralsund and Copenhagen, in 1807. . Proceeded to the Penin- 
sula in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia, Corunna, Talavera, and Bnsaco, for which hei 
has reoeived a cross. 

43 Lieut.-General Pigot was actively employed in the West Indies, in 1794 ; in the Mediterranean 
and capture of Minorca, in 1798 ; at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806 ; and in the East 
Indies, in 1818. 

44 Lieut.-General the Honourable H. O. Trevor served in Flanders in 1793. 94, and 95, and at 
Copenhagen, in 1807. Embarked 31st December 1808, with the fiist battalion of the Coldstream 
Guards for the Peninsula, where he served until May 1811, and again, from May to November 1812 ; 
commanded the regiment at the battle of Salamanca, for which he has received a medal. 

45 Lieut.-Gener4l the Honourable A. P. Upton joined the Duke of York's army in Holland, in 
November 1794, with which he served the ensuing winter campaign, and felurned to England with the 
army io May 1795. In 1799 he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercrumby, and was 
present at the battle of the 27th August on the landing near the Helder, as also at those of the 10th 
September, 2nd and 6th October. Appointed Assistant Quarter-Master-Genecal to the army under 
Lord Chatham, in 1809 ; landed at Walcheren 27th July with the troops, and was present st the 
sctions in which the enemy were driven into Flushing, and also at the siege of that place. Served 
at Cadiz from April 1811 to August 1812, and with the Duke of Wellington's army on the Quarter* 
Master- GeneraKs staff, from September 1812 to the end of the war in 1814, including the retreat into 
Portugal, actions of San Munos and Osma, battle of Vittoria, action at Tolosa, passage of the 



20 War Services of the General Officers. 

Bid&ttoa, battle of the Ntvelle. battles of the Nive od the 9th. 10th, 11th and 13th December, passage 
of the Adottr. action of St. Etiennet inveatroent of Bayonoe, aod repulae of the sortie. Employed as 
military correspondent with the Bavarian army, in 1815» and was present with it in its Yarious ope* 
rations. He has received a medal and one clasp for battles of Vittona and the Nive. 

46 Lieut.-Genenil Huskisaon served in the field, in India, under Lord Lake, and sobseqneotly at 
the siepe of Ryghar, and at the capture of leveral towns and forts. In October, 1818, commanded at 
Candeish, at the taking of Behauderpore and Amulneir. 

47 Lieut.-General Monckton served in Ireland during the Rebellion, in 1798. 

48 Lieut.-General the Honourable George Murray served the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 and 
14, in command of the 2nd Life Guards. 

49 Sir Henry Askew served in Holland and Flanders, from July 1794 to April 1795 ; with the ex* 
pedttion to Walcheren, in 1809. Embarked for the Peninsula in Sept. 1812, where he served until the 
end of that war, in 1814, having commanded the first battalion of the Grenadier Guards, at the Pas* 
sage of the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle and Nive (medal), Passage of the Adour, and blockade of 
Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1816, and was severely wounded at the battle of Quatie Braa, 
where he commanded the 2nd battalion of Grenadier Guards. 

60 Lieut.-General S. Brown served in Egypt^ in 1801, as an Assistant Quarter- Master- 
GeneraL In January 1808, he was sent on a secret service under the otdeis of the Secretary of 
Stale, and appointed Deputy Quarter-Master* General to the forces under General Spencer. In Jnue 
1808, be was employed on a secret service in Portugal, and was present as a volunteer at the battle 
of Roleia. 

51 Lieut.-General Herbert served on the Continent with the army under Lord Moira and the Duke 
of York. Engaged during the Carib war in St. Vincent's; at Port>au- Prince, in St. Domingo; and 
at Fort Irvis during the three months' siege. Served alto at the siege of Copenhagen, 1807. 

62 LieuL-General Salvia served in the first American war, aod was present at the battles of Brandy- 
wine and German Town, siege of Charlestown, battle of Guildford Court House (wounded), and siege 
of York Town in Virginia. 

53 Lieut. -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 and 1795, 
and embarked at Bremen. Served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798, and was Assutant-Adju- 
tani-General of the Centre District, under Genera] K. Uundas, until the peace of 1802. 

64 LieuU-Geoeral Blommart served in the West Indies, aod was present at the surrender of Oeme- 
rare and Berbice. Served also with the expedition to the Holder, in 1799, indudwg the actions of 2nd, 
3rd, and 6th October. 

65 Sir George Quentin served in the Peninsula in command of the lOih Hussars, and has received 
a medal and one claso for the battles of Ortbes and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815» aod 
was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

56 Lieut.-General Gordon served at the siege of Pondicherry, battle of Argaum, sieges of Asaeer- 
ghnr, Gawilghur, and various other hill forts. Served also at Walcberen, in 1809. 

57 Lieut.-General Bethune served with the 49th in Holland, in 1799, and was severely wounded in 
the lungs at the battle of Alkmaar. Also on board the BtUona at Copenhagen, under Lord Nelson, 
aod received a wound from a oannoo'Sbot which lacerated his lower jaw. At the breaking out of hos- 
tilities in 1803, he was ezpoeed to the decree of Napoleon, which arrested British subjects in the French 
territories, aod remained a prisoner until 1814. 

68 LieuL-General WanUaw aerved in the Peninsula, and commanded the 76th at the battle of the 
Nive, for which he has received a medll. 

69 Lieut.-General Yates served in Egypt, in 1801, and has received the Egyptian medal. 

60 Lieut. -General Owen served at the siege of Fort Bourbon, and captures of Martinsoue, St. Lucia, 
and Guadeloupe, in 1794. Present, also, in the different actions when the latter Island was attacked 
by the French ^ and at the repulse of the enemy's attack at Berville, he was severely wounded, and 
subsequently taken prisoner, but made bis escape from Point* a-Pitre in 1795. Served also in Ireland 
during the Rebellion, in 1798 ; and the campaign of 1799, in Holland. 

61 Lient.-General Sborull served on the Continent, under the Duke of York, in 1794 and 95. 

62 Lieut.-General Crawford served in Holland in 1794 and 95. and was present at Tiel when bom- 
barded by tbe French ; at Nimeguen during the siege and at the sortie ; st the attack of Fort St. 
Andr^, the attack on the enemy's works at Thuyl, the several engagements in and near Geldermansel ; 
and on the retreat his guns, which were in rear of the Army, were consuntly engaged. In 1798, he 
was actively emplo)ed in Ireland during the Ret)ellion. 

65 IJeut.-General Clitberow served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; the Espedition to Hanover in 
1805 ; and that to Walcberen, in 1809. In tbe Peninsula from Dec. 1809 to Dec. 1812, including 
the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor (severely wounded), and Salamanca, and siege of Bnrgoe 
(severely wounded). Served also in France, in 1815. Medal for services in Egypt. 

66 Major*Geueral Siriitt served at Gibraltar from March 1782, to the termination of the siege ; and 
on the Continent during the campaigns of 1794 aod 95. Was actively employed in the island of St. 
Vincent during tbe latter part of 1795 and the early part of 1796 ; in the action of the 8th Jan. he 
received thrve vifounds, vu. in tbe mouth, in the breast by a buck-shot, and above the right knee by a 
musket-ball, which buried itself in tbe bone, and occasioned amputation of the leg. 

67 Msjor-General BnuUbaw was actively employed in St. Domingo in 1793, 94, and 95, and 



War ServiceM of the Creneral Officers. 21 

comma&ded at St Maries and TibaroD, when thoie posts were attacked by the enemy. Served in 
Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798 ; with the ezpeditioo to tbe Ferrol, in 1800 ; and the Egyptian 
campaign of 1801 « including the actions of the 8thy 13th, and 2l8t March. Medal for servicea in 

68 Baron Low serfed at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807. Proceeded from thence to the 
Peninsula, and was present at the capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, action at Sabo* 
gal, battle of Fuenies d'Onor (wounded), siege of Ciudad Hodrigo. covering the siege of Badajoz, affair 
of Lleieoa, battle of Salamanca, and siege of Burgos. Medal and one claspu 

69 Major* General Scott served in St. Domingo, in 1794 and 95; in Ireland during the rebellion, 
in 1798 ; with the expedition to the Ferrol and Cadiz, under Sir James Pulteney ; and the Egyptian 
campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th, 13fh, and 21st March (severely contused on the 
bieast by a musket-ball), siege and surrender of Alexandria. Medal for services in Egypt. 

70 Major-General Wm. H. Beckwith served at the siege of Fort Matilda and capture of Guada* 
loupe, in 1794. Served also the campaign of 1799, in Holland, as a Major of Brigade. 

71 Viscount de Chabot served in Holland, in 1799; in Spain, under Sir John Moore; with the 
expedition to Wakberen, 1809 ; and subsemiently in the Peninsula, until 1810. 

72 Sir Patrick Ross served nine years in India as Captain of the 25th, afterwards the 22nd Light 
Dragoons, in tbe Mysore campaign under Lord Harris, in 1799, including tbe batth of Mallavelly, 
and siege of Seringapatam ; with the division under Sir Arthur Wellesley, in the campaign of 1801, 
against tbe Mahratta Chief Dhooodiah; and from 1802 to 1804, in the Mahratta country, and at the 
reduction of the ceded provinces. He returned from lodis in 1805, soon after which he was appointed 
Major ; and, in 1807, Lieut.-Colonel of the '23rd Light Dragoons. Having exchanged to Infantry, he 
joined the 2nd battalion of tbe 48th regt. in Portugal, in 1810, and as the senior officer held the com* 
mand 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 con- 
tinued till the Peace of 1814. In 1816, he was appointed to the 75th regt. and joined it in the 
Ionian Islands, be remsined in command of that corps, and of the Island of Santa Maura and Zanto 
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 Antigna, Montserrat, 
and Barbadoes in the following year. 

73 Major-General Palmer served in the Peninsula with the 10th Hussars. 

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

75 Sir H^nry Wm. Rooke embarked with the 3rd Guards for Holland, in Aug. 1799, and was 

{>reseot in the actions of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th October. Embarked again 
or Holland, Nov. 1813, in command of the 2nd battalion of that regt., and was present at the advance 
to Antwerp, bombardment of the Fiench fleet at Antwerp, and attack on Bergem-op-Zoom. Also the 
campaign x>f 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

76 Major-General the Honourable Edward P. Lygon served in tbe Peninsula with the 2nd Life 
Guards, from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including tbe battle of Vittoria. Served also 
the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

77 Sir John Geo. Woodford served as Deputy- Assistant- Adjutant-General on the Expedition to 
Siralsuod, and afterwards to Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and as Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General 
on tlte Expedition under *Sir David Baird, which joined Sir John Moore's army in Galicia, and was 
present at the battle of Coruona. Served afterwards in the Peninsula as an Assistaat-Quarter- 
Master General, and has received a cross for the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes and Toulouse. Also 
the camoaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and the taking of Cambray. 

78 Major-General Hamerton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, in 1794. Em- 
barked for tbe West Indies, in 1795, and was at the capture of St. Lucia tbe following year. Served 
in Egypt, in 1801. Commanded the 1st battalion of the 44th regt. in Spain; and the 2nd battalion in 
the campaign of 1815, and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 

79 Sir Love Jones Parry served in the last American war ; commanded a frontier brigade in Upper 
Canada, and was wounded and had a horse shot under him at the battle of Luody's Lane. 

80 Sir David Xiroenes served in Sicily, Egypt, twice in. North America, Bermuda, Ceylon, and 
India. Was present at the taking of the Islands of Ischia and Procida, in 1809. Commanded tbe 
62nd at the attack and capture of Genoa, in 1814 ; and at the successful expedition up the Penobscot 
in the same year. Sir David was nearly 38 years on Foreign Service. 

81 Major-General Colquhoun served in Flanders and Holland under the Duke of York, in 1794 and 
95, and was present at the battle of Toomay ; and in the attack by the enemy on the advanced post of 
Drutin, 19th Oct. 1794, on which day he was afterwards wounded and taken prisoner. Employed on 
the staflP as Aide-de-camp during the rebellion in Ireland in 1798. Present at the blockade and 
surrender of Malta. Served also for a short period in Portugal. 

82 Major-General Nicol commanded the 66ih at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and 
Nive. Commanded a division of the army, under Sir David Ochterlonjr, in the Nepaul war. He has 
received a medal for the battle of the Nive. 

83 Sir Wm. Tuyll served during part of the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, in the Netherlands; at 
tlie Heldcr, in 1799 ; and in Portugal, Spain, and Walcheren in 1808 and 9, as Aide-de-Camp to the 
present Marquis of Anglesey. 

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22 War Services of the General Officers, 

84 Sir Oeorgo Berkeley lerved io Egypt in 1807, and was present at the taking of Alenndria. lo 
1809 he was appointed Assistant- Adjutant-General to the army in Portugal, and was present io the 
actions of the lOih, llth, and Tith May. 1809, passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Basaco. 
Foentes d*Onor, siege of Badajoi in 1811. also its subsequent siege, storm, and capture ; battle of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, sieee of Burgos, action at Villa Muriel, battle of Vittoria, siege and 
capture of San Sebastian, passage of the BiJassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive. Served also ibe 
campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir George has received a cross and three clasps. 

85 Major-General S. H. Berkeley served at the capture of Surinam, in 1804 ; of the Danish Islands 
of St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix, in 1807 ; and of Martinique, io 1809, including the siege of 
Fort Bourbon. 

86 Sir Jeremiah Dickson served with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; lo Stralsund and Copen- 
hagen, in 1807; to Walcheren, in 1809; the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14, as an 
Assistant*Quarter*Mastet-General, and has received a croaa and a clasp for the battles of Vittoria, the 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign o(t 1816, including the battle of 
Waterloo, and capture of Paris. 

87 Sir Octavius Carey served at the siege of Scylla, in June 1809. Served also on the eastern coast 
of Spain from October 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the taking of Alcoy, action of 
Biar, battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, action at Ordal, blockade of Tarragona, and also of 
Barcelona. 

88 SirChailes Wade Thornton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, and lost an arm 
l>y a cannon-shot at Lannoi. 

89 Sir Henry King served at the siege of Porto Rico, and capture of Trinidad, in 1797. Whilst 

Quartered at Marin, to windward [of Martinique, he was ordered to proceed in a small vessel to St. 
^ienre, with a detachment of tweotv-six men, to form a guard for the Governor, Sir Wm. Keppel; 
encountered a French privateer off the Diamond Rock, mounting four long nines, with seventy men oo 
board, which, after a snarp action of twenty minutes, was beaten off with a loss of ten men killed, anJ 
fifteen wounded ; Sir Henry having only one man killed, and himself wounded in the shoulder. Served 
the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the action at the landinj^ at Aboukir Bay, siege of the castle, 
and actions of the 2 1st Mareh, and 9th May at Rahmaoie, at which latter he commanded a squadreo 
of the 26th Light Dragoons, and lost his right leg. Expedition to Walcheren, and siege ofr Flushing, 
1809. Appointed Commandant of Tarifa in 1810, ana for his services at its defence, bis commiasioa 
as Lieut.-Colonel was antedated to the day of the assault, 31st Dec. 1811. Joined Lord Wellington 'i 
army a few days afker the battle of Salamanca ; commanded the 82nd at the battle of Vittoria, and 
towards the close of the action the command of the brigade devolved on him. Sir Henry has received 
the Egyptian Medal, and a medal for the battle of Vittoria. 

90 Sir Edward Gibbs served in the action at the Fenol, in 1800 ; in Sicily in 1806 and 7 ; ia 
Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore, io the retreat to Corunna. Joined the Duke of Wellington's 
army, in Janoaiy 1811, and served in that and part of the following campaigns, including the action 
at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, uege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo and its advanced works io 
command of the 2od battalion of the 62nd. Commanded a brigade during the siege of Badajoa, at the 
storming of which be received a severe wound and lost his left eye. Commanded the 1st battalion of 
the 52nd in the action at San Milan, battle of Vittoria, and several skirmishes with the rear-gnaid of 
the enemy. Joined the 2nd battalion and embarked for Holland in December, 1813. and was engaged 
in both the actions at Mersem, and at the bombardment of Antwerp. Sir Edward has received s 
medal and two clasps. 

91 Sir George Napier accompanied the expedition to Sweden, and from thence to Portugal, in 1806, 
when he became Aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore, in which capacity he served the Corunna campaign, 
and was at the battle of Coninoa, aiKl the actions which preceded it. Served afterwards with the 62od 
in the campaigns of 1809, 10, and 11, when he was made Brevet-Major— be and his brother, Majoe- 
Gen. Wm. Napier, being two out of eleven chosen by Lord Wellington for promotion oo the occasion 
of Massena's retreat. He gained the brevet of Lient.-Colonel for leading the storming party at tbe 
smaller breach of Ciudad Rmlri^, where he lost his right arm, having had the same arm broken at the 
action of Casal Nova, and had it wounded again daring the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, two davs before 
be lost it in the breach. He was also wounded at the Mttle of Busaco, while in tbe act of strikiof 
with his svrord at a French grenadier at the head of the enemy's attacking column. In 1813, he 
rejoined the 52nd and wasjpresent at tbe battle of Orthes, the action of Tarbes, and the battle of 
Toulouse. Medal for Ciudad Rodrigo. 

92 Sir Hercules Pakenham servsid at the siege and capture of Copenha^n, in 1807, also tlie 
Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, 1 1, and 12, including the battles of Rolcia, Vimiera (wounded >. 
Busaco^ and Fuentes d'Onor, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, two sieges and storm of Badges, 
severely wounded at the assault. Sir Hercules has received a cross. 

93 Sir John Harvey served the severe winter campaign of 1794*95, in Holland, under the Duke of 
York, and carried the coloura of tbe 80th in the action m the 31 si December. In 1795, he aerved oa 
the coast of France, at Isle Dieu and Qoiberon. Proceeded to the Cape of Good Hope in 1796. 
where he was present during the short service which led to the surrender of the Dutch fleet at Saldaohi 
Bay. In Feb. 1801, proceeded from India to Egypt, under Sir David Baird. Returned to India ia 
1802, and served the campaigns of 1803, 4, 6, and 6, under Lord Lake, including the siege of Bhert- 
pore, and sabieqoent operations against the Mahratta Chief Holkar. Employed as Deputy* Adjmaoi- 



War Services of the General Officers, 23 

General ia Upper Canada, during the campaigns of 1813 and 14, iodnding the first action of Fort 
George, surprise and defeat of the enemy at Sioney Creek, defeat of the enemy at Cbrystler's farm 
(medal), capture of Fort Niagara, Black Rock, Buflfalo, and Oswego, battle of Lundy's Lane, siege 
and assault of Fort Erie, and sortie on the 1 7th September following. Severely wounded at the siege 
of Fort Erie 6lh Aug. 1814. 

94 Sir Leonard Greenwell accompanied the expedition to South America, under Colonel Craufurd, 
and was seterely wounded at the attack on Buenos Ayres. Landed in Portugal witli the 45th, in Aug. 

1808, and served throughout the Peoinsular war, except on two occasions when absent in consequence 
of wounds, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco. and lines at Torres 
Vedras. Coromandol the 45th during the pursuit of the French army under Massena, at the actions 
of Poffibal, Fox d'Arouce, and Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz in 1811, storm and 
capture of Badajoz ; present also at the battle of Salamanca, and battles of the 11th, Tith, 13th Dec. 
1813 in front of Bayonne ; and commanded the Light Infantry of the third division, under Sir Thomaa 
Picton, at the battle of Orthes. In the courie of these services Sir Leonard has been shot through 
the neck, the body, right arm, musket ball lodged in the left arm, and likewise shot in the left leg. 
Medal and two clasps. 

95 Sir George Scovell served the campaign under Sir John Moore, terminating with the battle of 
Corunna, at which he was present as Deputy* Assistant-Quarter-Master* General. Afterwards in the 
Peninsula in the same department at the head-quarters under the Duke of Wellington, from Feb. 1809 
to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the passage of the Douro and pursuit of Marshal 
Soult, battles of Talavera, Bumco, and Fuentea d*Onor ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajox, battle 
of Salamanca, siege of Burgoa, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive ; passage of the 
A door, and battle of Touloose. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 
Sir George has received a cross and one clasp. 

96 Lord Downes was appointed Atde-de-Camp to Sir John Cradock, whom he accompanied to Por- 
tngal in Nov. 1806, where air John held the chief command until May 1809, when he was succeeded 
by the Duke of Wellington, with whom Lord Downes continued as Aide-de-Camp and Assistant Mili- 
tary Secretary during the whole war, and was present at the battles of Tela vet a (slightly wounded), 
Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and El Bodon; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles or Salamanca, 
Vittoria, and the Pyrenees ; siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle, Nivei and Toulouse (slightly 
wounded). His Lordship has received a cross and one clasp. 

97 Sir Robert Dick embsrked with the 2nd battalion of the 78th for Sicily, in 1806, and was 
wounded at the battle of Maida ; present also at the taking of the fortress of Catrone in Calabria. In 
1807 accompanied the expedition to Egypt, and was present at the taking of Alexandria, and severely 
wounded before Rosetta. Embarked with the 2nd battalion of the 42nd for the Peninsula, in June 

1809, and commanded a light battalion at the battle of Busaco, during the retreat to the lines of Torres 
Vedras, action at Fox d*Arouce (wounded), battle of Fuentes d'Onor, commanded the 2nd battalion 
42nd during the siege of Ciudad Rodriso and the 1st in covering the siege of Badajoz ; a light bat- 
talion at the battle of Salamanca, and the 1st battalion 42ud at the storming of Fort St. Michael and 
during the siege of Burgos, as also in the retreat to Portugal. Served also the campaign of 1816, and 
commanded the 42nd at the battle of Quatre Bras, after Sir Robert Macam was killed, and waa slightly 
wounded in the hip and severely on the left shoulder. Sir Robert has received a medal and two clasps 
for Busaco, Fuentes d'Ooor, and Salamanca. 

98 Sir Neil Douglas served with the 79ih at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; with the expedition 
to Sweden, in 1808 ; and subsequently to Portugal and Spain, inclnding the battle of Corunna. Ex- 
pedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing, in 1809 ; the Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1809 
to Jan. 1811, and again from April 1813, to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of 
Cadix, and battle of Busaco— wounded throogh the left shoulder joint by a ball, and by another in the 
left arm ; battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
and was severely wounded through the right knee by a ball, and contused from a ball hitting a button, 
at Quatjne Bres. Sir Neil has received a cross for the battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and 
Toulouse. 

99 Lord Tweeddale served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, and has re« 
ceived a medal for the battle of Vittoria, in which action he was wounded, as also at Busaco. Served 
also in the American war, and was again wounded. 

100 Sir Frederick Trench served in Sicily in 1806 and 7 ; at Walcheren, in 1809 ; in the Penin- 
sula, in 1811 ; and in Holland, in 1814. 

101 Lord Saltoun served in Sicily, in 1806 and 7 ; Sir John Moore's campaign in 1808-9, including 
the battle of Comnna. Expedition to Walcheren 1809. Went to Cadix in April 1811, and re- 
mained with the army until the end of the Peninsular war in 1814, and was present at the storming of 
Seville, passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, actions of the 9th, 10th, and 12th Dec. 1813 in 
front of Bidart, passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulre of the sortie. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, inclnding the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and the atormioe of Peronne. 
In Dec. 1841 he embarked in command of reinforcements for China, and commanded a Brigade at the 
atuck and capture of Chin Kiang Foo. 

102 Major-General Wyndham served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 11, and 13, including 
the actions of Roleia, Vimiera, Benevente, Albuhem, Usagre, Moralea de Tore, Vittoria, and the Py- 
renees. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 



24 War Services of the General Officers. 

103 Sir Edward fiowater senred at the siege and taking of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and sobtequeotlj 
in the PettinsoU, from Dec. 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from Dec. 1811, to the end of that wir io 
1814, including the passage of the Douro and taking of OportO| battles of Talavera and Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassot. 
and battle of the Nife ( Mayor's house). Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of 
Qoatre Bras and Waterloo. Wounded at Tatavera, and again at Waterloo. 

104 Major-General Hill landed in Portugal in Aug. 1808, and served throughout the Peninsular 
war as Aide-de-camp to Lord Hill. Served also the campaign of 1815. Slightly wounded at Oporto 
on the passage of the Douro, and severely at Waterloo. 

105 Sir William Gomm served in the expedition to the Helder, in 1799, inclnding the action of tbe 
19th Sept. at Bergen. Expedition on the coast of France and Spain, under Sir James Pulteoey. in 
1800. Expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; and that to Stralsund and Copenhagen, in 1807. Cam* 
paign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. Expedition ta Walcbereo, 
and siege of Flushing, in 1809. Proceeded again to tbe Peninsula, in 1810, where he sei«ed 
during the remainder of the war, the principal part of the time as an Assistant-Quarter-Msste^ 
General, including the battles of Busaco and ruentes d'Onnr, assault and capture of Badajoz, battle o( 
Salamanca; action at Villa Muriel, battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, and battle of the Nive. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir William baa received a cross 
and one clasp. 

106 Major-General D*Oyly served in the campaign in North Holland, in 1799, under Sir IU)pl> 
Abercromby, and the Duke of York, and was taken prisoner in the action of tbe 19th Sept. He 
served with the army in the North of Spain under Sir John Moore, in 1808*9, and was at the bsttle o( 
Corunna. Accompanied the expedition to Walcheien in 1809. Served at Cadiz during the siege is 
1811 and 12 under Lord Lynedoch, and Sir George Cooke, to whom he was Aide-de-camp, aud w« 
sent home with despatches, announcing the raising of the siege in 1812. Served also in Flaoden, 
under Lord Lynedoch, in 1814 ; and subsequently with the army under the Duke of Welliogtoa in 
Flanders and France, and was severely wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 

107 Major-General William Gray commanded a detachment on board the FortUudt, io Lord 
Howe's action after the relief of Gibraltar, 20th Oct. 1782; Served with his company as msrio^ 
under Admiral Milbank, in the North Sea ; removed with detachment on board the Boi^, and lerred 
in the Channel Fleet under Lord Howe ; on this service the Boyn§ captured a French 20 gas ship. 
Proceeded on board the Boyne to the West Indies, and was present at the taking of Martinique, Sl 
Lucia, and Guadaloupe, where be was wounded in tbe knee. Served tbe campaign of 1799, in 
Holland : he was wounded in the arm in the action of the 2nd Oct., and on the 6th following be l«i 
tbe left wins; of hia regiment (the 2nd Foot) into action. Served also in Ireland, during the rebsllioe 
Id 1798 : also the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and was present in the several engageOBeato. Medil 
for services in Egypt. 

108 Major-General Darley served at tbe siege of Port-au-Prince, in St. Domingo in 1794 ; rabK> 
quently at the siege of Mome-Fortun^, in St. Lucia ; in Egypt, in 1807. Commanded 300 men on 
an expedition in a joint attack with H. M. frigates the ImperiiUH and Thamn, and in co*operamc 
with a party of seamen, ascending the heights of Palinura in Calabria, against a strongly postea eoeDT 
three times the strength of the assailants : drove them off the ground, and maintained tbe post for tbire 
days. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from August 1813 to tbe end of that war in 18 M. 
including the battle of the Nivelle, and the actions before Bayonne, on tbe 9thy lOtb, and U^ 
Dec. 1813. 

109 Major-General Reeves was at tbe capture of the French West India Islands by tbe aran 
under Sir Charles Grey, and served in the brigade of Grenadiers commanded by tbe Duke of Keoi; 
and when both his Bioyal Highnesses Aides-de-camp were wounded, he carried the Duke's ordcn 
during the rest of the action of Mome Tortenson : was wounded at the storming of Fleui d'£pc«- 
Aide-de-camp to Ltent. General Ralph Duodas for three years in Ireland, including the rebdlioo ii 
1798, battles of Kilcullen and Vinegar Hill. Served the campaign in Egypt, under Sir Ralph Aber- 
cromby, including the action at the Undins and those of the 13th and 21st March, and that of Rak* 
manie, 9th May, on the Nile ; in command of the 8tb Regt. at Grand Cairo, when that city was s•^ 
rendered. Served in the Mediterranean in command of the 2nd battalion of tbe 27th Regt., and w« 
present at the capture of the Islands of Ischia and Procida, in 1809. Afterwaids in tbe Peninssla. 
nom 1811 to 1813, including the taking of Alcoy bv storm, action of Biar, battle of Castalla in coot* 
aand of tbe Light Division, action of the advanced posts at Ordal— ^everely^woonded when in con* 
naod of the Light Division, and sent home for recovery. Medal for services in Egypt. 

110 Mirior-Ueocrat the Honourable Henry Murray served in Naples, Sicily, and Calabria, in 
1806-7. Accompanied the expedition to Egypt in March, 1807, and was present^ as an Aide^de-caoip 
at the atuck on Alexandria, siege and storming of Rosetia, and on every other occasion when ou 
troope were engajged. Served at Walcheien in 1809, including the siege and surrender of Fhishijif> 
Went with the 18th Hussars to tbe Peninsula in Jan. 1813 ; present at the crossing of the EsUr, sd<< 
commanded tbe regiment in support of the lOtb Hussais at the action of Moralea de Toro. Served 
also tbe campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras ; commanded the rear regiment of tb» 
Column on tbe reUeat during the following day ; and, at tbe battle of Waterloo, he led tbe 18th Hus* 
ears in the brilliant chaive of Sir Hussey Vivian's Brigade, at the oonclusion of the action. 

111 Major-Oeneral ^^n Grey served in the East Indies in the campaign against Tippoo Snltaa 



War Services of the General Officers. 26 

iaclading tbe battle of Mallavelly. th« attack of the Tope and Sultan pettah before Seriogapatain, liege 
of SeriDgapatam, and on the storming party at the assaolt — medal for this service. Served in the 
Peninsula with the 5th, and was a major in the- 2nd battalion when the French and Polish Lancers 
attacked that regiment at £1 Bodoo ; present at the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, also at the scaling of the 
fattsts hraye on the night of the storm, and at the storming of the great breach, which was carried by 
the 2nd battalion of the 5th regiment — twice wounded daring the siege : present also at the action of 
Foente Gninaldo. 

112 Sir Aleiander Cameron served the campaign of 1799, in Holland ; with the eipedition to the 
FeiTol, in 1800 ; the Egyptian campaign of 1801 — severely wounded in the arm and side at the battle 
of Alexandria. Expedition to Germany under Lord Cathcart, in 1805; and to Copenhaeen, in 1807, 
including the battle of Kioge. Landed in Portngsl, in 1808, with the 95th (Ri6e Brigade), and was 
present at the battle of Viroiera, with the rear guard during the retreat, aflfair of Calcavellas, and battle 
of Comnna. Proceeded affain to the Peninsula in May 1809, and was present at the battle of Bu- 
saco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, occupation of them, subsequent advance, action of the Coa, 
blockade of Almeida, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, retreat to Portugal, and battle of Vittoria, besides a great 
many minor actions and other desultory services, until obliged to return to England, owing to a severe 
woand received at Vittoria. Served also the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in Holland, Flandem, and 
France, including the action at Merxem, operations ^fore Antwerp, battle of Quatre Bras, retreat on 
the following day, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded in the throat Sir 
Alexander has received a medal for services in Egypt ; and a medal and two clasps for Ciudad 
Rodrigo, Badajos, and Salamanca. During nearly the whole of the above services he held a 
command. 

1 13 Sir James Wilson served the campaign of 1799 in North Holland with the 27tb, including the 
action at the landing, and those of 10th and 13th of September, 2nd and 6th of October. Accom- 
panied the expedition to the Ferrol, in 1800 ; and that to Egypt, in 1801, and was present at the 
actions of the 8th, 13th. and 2lst of March, and all the operations of that campaign. Served with the 
army in Spain, under Sir John Moore, during its operations in Leon. Accompanied the 48th to the 
Peninsula, in 1809, and was present at the battles of Talavera and Busaco, lines of Torres Vedras, and 
aubseqoent advance ; again commanded the regiment at the battle of Albuhera, after the death of 
Lieut.-Col. Duckworth, and received two severe wounds through the leg ; at the siege of Ciudad 
Rodrigo he again commanded it, and was present at the assault ; engaged in the siege of Badajoz, and 
commanded the column that attacked the Ravelin of San Roque at the assault (wounded). Com- 
manded the battalion in the advance to the Douro, retreat to Castrajon, and in the battle of Salamanca, 
where he succeeded to the command of the Fusilier Brigade. Commanded a light battalion at the 
battle of Vittoria, and daring the operations in the Pyrenees, until he received two severe wounds from 
musket-balls through the shoulder on the 28th of July, near Pampeluna. Commanded the 48th in 
the advance to the Garonne, in 1814, and was present at the battle of Toulouse, where he was again 
wounded. Sir James has received a cross and one clasp. 

114 Major-General Dalmer*s services: — Expedition to Ostend. in 1798; to Holland, in 1799, 
including the action near the Helder, 27th Aug., and the subsequent actions of the 2od and 6th of Oct. 
Expedition to Ferrol, Vigo Bay. and Cadiz, in 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the 
actions of the 8th, 12th, 13th, and 21st of March. Exp^ition to Hanover in 1805 ; and that to 
Copenhagen, in 1807, including the operations which led to the capitulation of Copenhagen, and the 
capture of the Danish fleet. Expedition to Corunna in 1808, induaing the operations in the North of 
Spain: subsequently re-embarked at Corunna. Peninsular campaigns of 1811, 12, and 13, in- 
cluding the actions of El Bodonaad Eldea de Poote, battles of Salamanca (severely wounded) and 
Vittoria. Campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterioo, (where his horse was killed under 
him), assault and capture of Cambray, and capture of Paris. Medal for services in Egypt; and a 
medal and a clasp for the battles of Salamanca and Vittoria. 

115 Sir Henry Watson served in the Peninsula, and was present at the passage of the Douro and 
battle of Oporto, capture of Campo Mayor, siege of Oliven9a, actions of Los Santos and Usagre, battle 
of Albuhera — ^in command of the 7th Portuguese cavalry ; battle of Fuenies d*Onor, battle of Sala- 
manca,-— in command of the 1st Portuguese cavalry, at the head of which regt. he was severely wounded 
in a charge on the leading regiment of Thomieres division formed in square, which they succeeded in 
routing and dispersing. Previous to this battle he had been employed in rear of the French army, 
while Uiey occupied the banks of the Douro, to harass their foraging parties. At the battle of Toulouse 
he commanded all the Portuguese cavalry exceptiiig the 4th regiment. In 1809 he was appointed to 
instruct and form the Portuguese cavalry. He nas received a medal for Salamanca. 

116 Major-General Thomas Evans's services: — Entered the army in 1793 as a volunteer, and 
enlisted 150 men for the service. Operations in the West Indies and Ireland, in 1794 and 95 ; capture 
of Demerara and Berbice, in 1796. Captured returning from South America, and kept a close pri- 
soner in France, in 1797. Operations at Minorca and Guernsey, in 1798 and 99 ; ditto on the coast 
of Spain, Malta and Marmorice, in 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801 (medal), including the 
actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st of March ; battle of Rahmanie on the Nile, and reduction of that 
fortress, sieges and surrender of Cairo and Alexandria (as Lieut, and Adjutant of the 8th). Opera- 
tions at Gibraltar, in 1802 and 3 ; ditto in the West Indies (as Captain in the 8th and Aide-de-camp 
to Sir Gordon. Dnimmond), in 1804, 5, and 6. Operations in Nova Sootia, in 1807 and 8 ; ditto in 



26 War Services of the General Offieere* 

the Canadas ^at Aide*de-Cainp and Miltury Secretary to Sir G. Prummond), in 1809, 10, and 11. 
Campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14 in Upper Canada (as Brigade-Major, discharging duties of Depatj- 
Adintant-Geoeral, and in command of the 8th), including the preparation of ibe foroe against Detroit 
and Michilimackioac, the defence of Fort George, and destruction of the enemy's attacking batteries, 
and directing the reinforcements on Queensfeon, which enabled Major-General Sheafie to defeat and 
capture the American army, after General Brock's fall in a gallant attempt on the enemy, with inade- 
quate means. Assault on Sackett's Harbour, expulsion of the enemy's army from Forty Mile Creek. 
and capture of his army materiel with many prisoners ; battle of Chippawa, covering the army's retire- 
ment on Fort George, and retrograde on Twenty Mile Creek, until resuming the ofTensive. Nigk 
attack on the enemy s investing forces of Fort Georee, on which the American commander Geiier&I 
Swift was slain. Battle of Lundy's Lane ; two repulses of the enemy's sorties, with severe loss, on the 
6th and 12th Aug. 1814, before Fort Erie, by the pickets under bia command ; assault of Fori Erie, 
and the series of aflairs on the Nianra frontier, for these services, and conducting the 2ad battalioo 
of the King's regiment from New Brunswick to Canada, through the Wilderness, General Evana hss 
had honourable mention made of his name in the London Gaiettes, and in General Ordera od tea 
several occasions, and so unremitted have been this officer's services in all quarters, that out of forty- 
five years of practical work, two only were in England. Wounded in three places at Sacketl'a Har- 
bour \ sword struck from his grasp and shivered at Lundy's Lane ; contused and had his horse shot 
at Fort Erie. 

117 Sir Archibald Maclaine's services : — ^Mysore campaign of 1799 asainst Tipnoo Sultan, including 
the battle of Mallavelly, siege and storming of Seringapatam, where ne reoeivea three wounda, fn» 
the eflects of which he was oonfined in hospital for upwaras of a year. Capture of the Danish settle^ 
ment of Tranqaebar, and the Poligar war in 1801, including the battle of Ardtngy, and affair of 
Serungapore. where he was wounded. Mahratta war of 1802, 3, and 4 against Scindia, Holkar, and 
the Bera Raiah, including the slorm of Juloaghur, siege and storming of Gawilghur, siege of Aaseer- 
ghur (wounoed), and battle of Argaum. Ordered home in 1804 in consequence of severe woandi 
received in the different aciious from 1799 to 1804. Peninsulai campaigns oi 1810, 11, 12, ioclodiog 
the sie^ of Cadis, the defence of Matagorda (an outwork of Cadiz, and a ruined redoubt when takee 
possession of from the enemy) from 22na February to 22nd April, 1810, during which long period Sir 
Archibald, then a captain in the old 94th regiment, with a very small force under bis command, most 
gallantly kept at bay 8,000 of the enemy under Marshal Soult, who conducted the siege, and did not 
evacuate until ordered to do so by Lieut-General Sir Thomas Graham, his men being nearly all eithe 
killed or wounded. Served also at the battle of Barrosa (dangerously wounded and his horse killed); 
and capture of Seville. 

118 Major-General Jamea Hay served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 16th Light 
Dragoons, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. Medal and a clasp for the battles of Vittoria and 
the Ni«e. 

119 Major^General Wood served the campaign of 1808*9, including the battle of Comnna. Sub- 
sequently at the siege of Flushing ; stormed and carried the enemy's intrenchments. Joined the amy 
in Spain, in 1813. Accompanied the 85th to America, in 1814, and commanded it at the t>attle of 
Blaaensburg, where he received four wounds, and was afterwards taken prisoner. 

120 Sir William Warre served the campaign of 1808*9, on the staff of Sir Ronald Ferauson and 
Lord Beresford, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, subsequent retreat, and battle of 
Corunna. In March 1809, accompanied Lord Beresford to Lisbon, as his first Aide-de-camp* and 
assisted in training the Portuguese troops. Served in tlie field under his lordship's orders until May 
1813, and was present at the passage of the Douro, when he was sent to command the peasantry, aad 
to destroy the bridges in rear of the French army under Marshal Soult, the accomplishment of which 
enabled the advance-guard of the British to overtake and defeat the rear of the French at Salamoodc, 
who lost here their remaining guns, baggage, &c. Present also during the retreat from the Coa to tht 
lines of Torres Vedras, 2nd siege of B^aioz, siege and storming of Ciudad Kodrigo, 3rd siege aad 
storming of Badajoi, siege of the Forts and battle of Salamanca. 

121 Major-General A'Court was detached on a aeparate command in 1806 to the Adriatic to attack 
the Islands of Tremili ; and in the same year he aaaisted at the siege of Scylla. In 1807, he served ia 
Egypt, and was present at the capture of Aleiandria, and in the action near Rosetta. At the aiege and 
capture of Santa Maura he was in charge of the Qoarter-Master-General's department : he waa abo 
at the siege of Capri in the same year. He was Aide-de-camp to the Adjutant-General wheo the 
enemy landed in bicily in 1809, and commanded the advance guard to which nearly 1000 prtsooen 
surrendered, and he perionally captured the enemy's standard. Served af^wards on the staff ia 
Sicily, Spain, and Italy, and was present at tlie siege of Tarragona, action at Villa Franca and retreat 
from thence ; sahaeqoeDtly at the occupation of Leghorn, capture of Genoa, siege of Savona, and 
lastly at the surrender of Naples in 1815. 

122 Major-General D'Aguilar served eight years in India during the wars of Scindia and Holkar, 
and waa present at the siege and storm of Baroach in Gnnrat, in Aug. 1803; at the reduction of 
Poweoghar in Malwa, in 1804 ; the capture and occupation of Ougein, the capital of Scindia, in 
1805 ; also at the several assaults upon the Fortress of Bhnrtpoie, in 1806, in the last of which be was 
wounded. Served subsequently in Walcheren at the siege of Flushing. Also in Sicily, Uie Greek 
Islands, and on the eastern coast of Spain, where be was present in 1813 at the action of Biar, and 
dtfiMt of Marshal Suchet at Castalla« Joined the army in the Netherlands wider the Doke of 



War Services of the General Officers. 27 

Wellington, in 1815, and was pretent at the capture of Paris. Major-General P'Aguilar has 
served 26 yean on the General Staff, of which eight as Assistant- Adjutant-General at the Hone 
Goards (principally und^r the Duke of York), and twelve as Adjatant-General of the army in 
Ireland. 

123 Major-General Cotton served in the Helder expedition, and was present at the actions of the 
2Dd and 6th Oct. 1799. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and served with the Spanish army. 

124 Major-Generel Turner served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th 
and 13tb March, and was taken prisoner in a skirmish near Lake Mareotis, 18th March. Served also 
at the capture of Martinique, in 1809. Medal for services in Egypt. 

125 Major-General fiurrell served at the capture of Guadaloupe, in 1810; and the campaign of 
1814 in Upper Canada. Served also in China, and commanded the land force at the 6rst capture of 
Chosan, and a brigade at the attack upon Canton. 

126 Major-General Ogilvie served in Hanover, in 1805*6. Also in Upper Canada, from March 
1813 to the Peace : commanded the 8th at the surprise of the American Corps at Gages (severely 
wounded), at the defeat of the Americans at Black Hock (severely wounded), siege of Fort Erie, and 
various other affairs. 

127 Major-General A ylmer served at the Helder in 1799, including the action of the 18th Sept. 
Egyptian campaign of 1801; campaign of 1808-9 in Spain and Portugal, including the battles of 
Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. Subsequently with the expedition to Walcheren. 

128 Major-General Riddell served on the staff at the capture of Copenhagen in 1807; and subse- 
quently on the eastern coast of Spain and at Genoa, under Lord William Bentinck. 

129 Major-General Elrington a services : — Campaigns in Holland from 1793 to Feb. 1795, includ- 
ing the attack on Faman and siege of Valenciennes. Carribean war of 1795 and 96. Siege and 
storming of Monte Video, and attack on Buenos Ayres, Attack and capture of Ras-eUKimah in 
the Persian Gulf, in 1809. Commanded a field force at the reduction of Palampore, Deesa, 
Kirjah, and Virampore, in 1817; and a brigade during the Pindaree war. Commanded a brigade 
up the Peraian Gulf, in 1819 ; also from Dec. 1824, throughout the Burmese war. Shot 
through the body before Dunkirk, September 1793, and throogh the thigh at the island of St. Vincent 
in July, 1796. 

130 Major-General Vernon served the campaign of 1808*9 in the'Peninsula, as a Deputy- Assistant - 
Adjutant-General. Subsequenily in the same capacity with the Duke of Wellington's army until 
June 1811, and was raesent at the battle of Talavera. Served with the 2nd battalion 66tb, at the 
surprise of a French Division at Arroyo de Molino, and other operations, until the capture of Badajos. 
With the Queen's at the reduction of the Forts and battle of Salamanca — slightly wounded early in the 
day, and very severelv at the close of the action, a ball having entered his breast and lodged near the 
heart, after tearing along two ribs. Followed the army again at the expiration of three weeks, and 
resumed the command of his regt. with which he served in the various operations preceding, during, 
aod subsequent to the siege of Burgos. Medal for Salamanca. 

131 Sir James Hope served with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805>6 ; to Zealand, in 1807, 
including the siege of Copenhagen ; to Sweden, in 1808 ; in Portugal and Spain, in 1808 — 9, 
including the action at Lugo and battle of Corunna. With the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; 
the Peninsular campaigns from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Barrosa, 
siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoz, affain in front of Salamanca and at Osma, 
battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passages of the Bidassoa, Gave d'Oleron, and Gave de Pau ; 
battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Sir James has received a cross and a clasp for 
the battles of Vitloria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

132 Sir Robert Harvey served as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General of the British and of the 
Fortognese 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, siege and 
storm of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, 
Pyrenees (slightly wounaed), Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides numerous minor afiain. 
From 1809 to 1811 he was employed in procuring intelligence of the enemy in advance of the army ; 
in organizing nine Portuguese Guerilla Corps (the officen of which presented him with an elegant 
awurd in testimony of his services with them) ; and in resisting the attempt of the enemy's passage of 
the Tagus at Chamusca. From 1811 lo 1814 he was the organ of communication between the Duke 
of Wellington and the Portuguese troops. Medal for the battle of Orthes. 

133 Sir Dudley Hill accompanied the 95th (^RiBe Brigade) to South America, in 1806 ; volun- 
teered the Forlorn Hope at Monte Video, ana led the storming party that scaled the walls of the 
batteries at the south end of the fortress ; present also at the battle of Colooia, and at the attack on 
Buenos Ayres, where he was wounded in the thigh and taken prisoner. Served afterwards the cam- 
paign of 1808 — 9, including the battle of Roleia fwounded in the leg), action at Benevente, and 
retreat to Corunna. Returned to Portugal in the Rine Brigade in 1809, and was present at the battle 
of Talavera, action of the Coa, and all the difTennt actions the Rifles were engaged in, until appointed 
major in the Lusitanian Legion previous to the battle of Busaco, at which he commanded a wing of the 
regiment and was wounded* Commanded half the regiment and the British Light Companies at the 
battle of Fuentes d*Onor *, the 8th Ca9adores at the storming of Badajoz, and, unassisted, took the 
strong fort of Pardaleras early on the night of the assault. Commanded the same battalion at^ the 
battle of Salamanca, and was twice severely wounded in the breast and through the left arm. Assisted 



28 War Services of the General Officers, 

wtih hii batUlioD at the siege of Burgos, and duriog the retreat defended the passage over the Carrion* 
where more than half of the battalion were killed, and was himself wounded and taken prisoaer, bat 
was afterwards retaken* Commanded the battalion at the baitle of Vittoria, and during the entire »ieg< 
of Sao Sebastian : at the storming of this fortress he headed the attack of the 5ih Division, and wai 
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. 

134 Sir Edmund Williams served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of tbf 
2nd and 6th Oct. (wounded). Present at the battle of Maida, in 1806 ; and the taking of Ischia, ii^ 
1809. Served also throughout the war in the Peninsula, including the battle of Boaaco (wounded), 
siege of Badajoz in 181 1, battle of Salamanca (twice wounded, once severely), siege of Burgos, baiile 
of Viitoria, actbn at Tolosa, the entire siege of St« Sebastian, including the firat, aecond (wounded), ao^i 
third assaults ; passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive. passage of the Adour, sod 
investment of Bayonne (wounded). Sir Edmund has received a cross and one clasp. 

135 Sir Surges Camac joined the Duke of Wellington in his pursuit of Massenauoro the lines befora 
Lisbon, in 1811, and brought home the despatches announcing thia important event. Subtequeotly 
entered the Spanish service as a Lieut.-Colonel of Cavalry, and was ordered by the Duke of WeluDgtoa 
to join Lieut.- General 0*Donel, to communicate as Deputy-Adjutant. General, between the Brituh 
and Spanish armies. Served with the Army of Reserve from Cadiz, throughout the whole Peoinsulv 
war, to Bayonne. Present at the siege of Paocorbo (horse ahot under him), blockade of Pampeluoa, 
battle of Sorauren (horae ahot vnder him), actions of Vera and Sarre, battles of the Nivelle, Nive, aod 
before Bayonne. 

136 Major-General M'Douall served in the American war, and when in command of the Fort of 
Michilimackinac, he successfully defended it when attacked by a very superior force on the 4tfa Aug. 
1814, which he drove off with considerable loaa. 

137 Sir Richard Armatrong eerved in the Peninsula from Anguat 1808 to the end of that wario 
1814, including the capture of Oporto, battle of Busaeo, actiona at Pombal and Redinha, defence of 
Alba de Tormes, battlea of Vittona, the Pyrenees (severely wounded through the arm), and Toulouse, 
besides a great many minor actions and skirmishes. Served also the campaigna of 1825 and 26* io 
Burmah as a Brigadier : stormed and carried stockades near Proroe, on the 1st and 5th Dec. 1825. 
Sir Richard has received a medal and two clasps for the battles of Busaeo, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees. 

138 Sir Frederick Stovin served at the Ferrol, in 1800 ; io Germany, in 1805 ; at the siege aDd 
capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; with the expedition to Sweden, in 1808 ; in Spain and Portugal, io 
1808 — 9, including the retreat to and battle or Coronna. With the eipcxlition to Walcbenen and at 
the capture of Flushing, in 1809 ; sab8e<|uent1y in the Peninsula, and waa second in command at the 
first defence of Tarifa ; aide-de-camp to Sir Thomaa Picton at the aiege and capture of Ciadad Rodngo 
and Badajoz. Assistant-Adjutant General to the 3rd division at the battle of Salamanca, capture of 
Madrid and the Retiro, retreat therefrom and subsequent advance, passage of the Ebro, batiln of 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes, action at Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulooae. Served siso 
at New Orleans, where he was wounded. Sir Frederick has received a cross and two clasps. 

139 Sir Guy Campbell served in the Peninsula, and commanded the 6th at the battles of the 
Pyrenees, for which he has received a medal. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle 
of Waterloo. 

140 Major* General Hare aerved in the Peninaola aa an Aaaiatant«Adjtttant->General| and bu 
received a medal and one clasp for the battles of Nivelle aod Nive. 

141 Major-General Thomson served aa an assistant engineer at San Sebastian, and has received t 
medal. 

142 Major-General Heriot aerved in the American war; commanded a detachment of CanadtsB 
Voltigeurs at the attack on Sackett'a Harbour, aod engagements at Fort George, 24th Aug. and 6tb 
Oct. 1813; a division of Volti^urt at the battle of Cbrystler'a Farm (medal), and a corps of 
Voltigeurs and one of Frontier Light Infantry at the attack upon Plaitsburg. 

143 Major-General Cross accompanied the 36th on the expedition to Hanover, in 1805—6. 
Embarked for South America, in Aug. 1806, and commanded the left wing of his regiment at the 
atorraing of Buenos Ayres. Served the campaign of 1808 — 9, including the battlea of Rolda aod 
Vimiera, and all the aubseqoent operetiona under Sir John Moore. Accompanied the regiment to die 
Peninsula in Jan. 1811. and waa present in the pursuit of Massena from Santerem, eipulaion of t^i« 
French from Guarda, blockade of Almeida, battle of Focntes d'Onor, affairs of Kapeja and Rooda. 
Commanded the regiment in ita variooa operations from Oct. 1811 to May 1812, and anin from Sept. 
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, mcluding the battles of the Nivelle and Nive, blockade of 
Bayonne, battle of Orthes, affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse (severely wounded is 
the neck), and various other minor affairs. He has received a cross for Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, sad 
Toulouse. 

144 Maior-Oeneral William Napier aerved at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge, in 1807 , 
Sir John Bloore's campaign of 1808 — 9 ; the subsequent Peninsular campaigns from 1809 to the end 
of that war io 1814, aod was present in many of the soul-stirring scenes which be baa described with 
so much ability in his admirable *' History of the Peninsular War," including the action of the Cos 
(wounded), battle of Busaeo, actions of rombal, Redinha, and Caaal No» a s ev erely wounded at tbe 
bead of six companies supporting the 52nd ; action of Foi d'Arouce, battle of Salamanca, passage of 
the Hoebfa, aetton of Vera when Soult attempted to relieve San Sebastian, and again when the Alto 



War Services of the Oeneral Officers. 29 

passed the Bidestoe; beltlet of the Nivelle aod Nive— wooodcd in defending the chorchyard of 
Arcaoguea; battle of Orthes. Medal aod two clasps for Salamanca, Nivelle and Nive, at which 
battles he commanded the 43rd Light Infantry, and also in many minor actions. Served also in 
the campaign of 1815. 

145 Major-General Duffy served in the campaign of 1796 in the West Indies under Sir Ralph 
Abercromby ; ou an expedition to the coast of Holland in the winter of 1796 ; in the East Indies in 
1799 ; and with the force under Sir David Baird from thence to Egypt in 1801 (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 Light Brigade ; in the Peninsula with the 43id Light Infantry, from 1809 to 
the end of 1813, including the actions of Coodeixa, Porobal. Redinba, andSabugal ; battle of Fneotea 
d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Kodrigo — commanded the assaulting party at the capture of Fort Reynard, 
an outwork of Ciudad Rodrigo. Siege and assault of Badajoz (medal), battle of Vittoria (wounded in 
the bead), several skirmishes in the Pyrenees and on the Bidassoa, action of the heights of Vera, battles 
of the Nivelle and Nive. 

146 Major-General Daubeney served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope and capture of the 
Dutch fleet at Saldanha Bay, in 1796 ; subsequently for upwards of fourteen years in the East Indies, 
including the campaign of 1801 — 2 against the Mahratta chieftains, and commanded the Grenadiers of 
bis Regt. (the 84th) at the assault and capture of Kurree ; also in the Guzerats in 1802, 3, and 4, at 
the reduction of other forts by Sir John Murray's army. Proceeded to Walcheren in 1809, and was 
present at the siege and surrender of Flushing. 

147 Major-General Mercer accompanied the 3rd Guards on the expedition to Hanover, in 1805; 
and on that to Walcheren, in 1809. Served in the Peninsula from March 1810 to May 181 1, and again 
from July 1811 to March 1814, including the a6air at Sobral — wounded whilst acting as Aide-de- 
camp to Sir Brent Spencer ; battle of Barrosa — wounded when Aide-de-camp to Br.-General Dilkes ; 
siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, passage of the 
Bidassoa, and battle of the Nive. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre 
Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. 

148 Major-General Milman was appointed Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Catlin Craufurd, in 
1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera ; on the same Generars Staff in the retreat 
of Sir John Moore, and was engaged on the heights of LugOt and at the battle of Corunna. He sub- 
sequently joined his regL, the Colostream Gnards, at Lisbon, and was with them at the passage of the 
Douro and capture of Oporto, as also at the battle of Talavera, where he was most severely wounded, 
aod saved from bein^ burnt on the field of battle by a private soldier of the Guards, m was made 

Krisoner in the Hospital of Talavera, and detained in France until 1814. Major-General Milman waa 
utterly in commana of the Coldstream Guards. 

149 Major-General Reeve served with the Grenadier Guards in Sicily, in 1806 — 7 ; Sir John 
Moore's caiApaign in 1808 — 9, aod was present at the battle of Corunna. With the expedition to 
Walcheien. in 1809. Went to Cadiz in 1811, and remained in the Peninsula until the beginning of 
1814 ; present at the passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle aod Nive. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peronoe and 
capture of Paria. Remained with the Army of Occupation until its return to Eneland in 1818. 

150 Major-General Tooson served at the capture of Martinique, in 1794 ; and was wounded and 
taken prisoner at St. Vinoent'a the following year. Actively employed in Ireland during the rebellion 
to 1798; in Holland, in 1799; and at Walcheren, in 1809. Served in the Peninsula from July 1813, 
including the battle of the Nive, for which he has received a medal. 

151 Major-General Gordon served in Holland, in 1799; at Walcheren, in 1809; and in the 
Peninsula from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d*Onor, action at 
Arroya de Molino, battle of Vittoria — severely wounded in the left arm. Commanded a light battalion 
in the actions of the Pyrenees, battles of the Nive and St. Pierre (wounded and horse killed under 
bim), actions of Hasparen and Hellette— wounded in the right foot in forcing the enemy's lines at 
Hasparen, 14th Feb. 1814. Medal for the Nive. 

152 Major-General Goodman served with the48tb at the surrender of Malta, in 1800. In the 
Peninsula from 1809, including the battle of Talavera; after which ha was appointed to the ataff of 
that army as Judge-Advocate -General and Assistant- Adjutant-General, and was present at the siege 
of Badajoz, taking of Fort Picurtna, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and 
retreat to Portugal. Served also the campaign of 1816. including the battle of Waterloo. 

153 Major-General Kenah served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action of the 19th 
of Sept. as well as several other minor afiairs. In Egypt, under Sir Ralph Abercromby, in 1801 ; in 
Sicily from 1808 to 1812 ; subsequently on the eastern coast of Spain, as Assistant, and afterwards aa 
Deputy- Adjutant-General at the Head of the Department, and was present at the battle of Castalla, aa 
also several other aflairs. Served also at the siege aod capture of Genoa, in April, 1814. 

154 Major-General Lambert served the campaign under Sir John Moore, in 1808--^ ; expedition 
to Walcheren, in 1809 ; defence of Cadiz, in 1810 and 11 ; Peninsular campaignaof 1812, 13, and 
14. Was Adjutant at Corunna and Barrosa. 

155 Major-General Fremantle served in Germany, under Lord Cathcart, in 1806 ; in South 
America under General Whitelock, in 1807; afterwards throughout the Peninsular war; also the 
campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Medal for^the battle of Orthes. 

156 Lord George Wm. Russell served at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807, as Aide-de-Camp to 

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Sir G. Ludlow. Embarked with the 2drd Dragooot for Lisbon, in 1809, and was woanded at ihc 
battle of Talavera. Early id 1610, proceeded to Cadis, then besieged by the French, as Aide^de* 
Camp to Lord Lynedocb, and was afterwards present at the battle of Barrota. Served sabtequectl; 
at Aide-de-Camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battle of Vtttoria, siege of Sao 
Sebastian, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. Medal for Toulouse. 

157 Major-General Wvnyard served with the army in Sicily from 1808 to March 1810, when he 
was severely wounded at the attack on Santa Maura, for which he subsequently obtained the Brevet* 
rank of Maior ; he was also present and on the staff with the force that occupied Ischia and Procida. 

158 Major-General Fergusson served the campaign of 1808 — 9, including the battles of Vimiera 
and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, in 1809. Peninsular campaigns from March 1810 to tlie 
end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Coa near Almeida, battle of Busaco, actions at 
Pombal, Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siegci 
and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, action of San Mnnos, passage of 
the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, 11th. l2th,aDd 13th Dec. 
1813 ; and investment of Bajonne. Major-General Fergusson has received five wounds, vii.: ai 
Vimiera slightly ; at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, severely in the body, and slightly in the fool ; 
at Badajoz sliehtly in the side by a splinter of a shell in the trenches, and in the head at the assault 
Medal for Badajoz. 

159 Maior-Geoeral Brotherton served in the Peninsula, and was wounded at the battle of Salamaoa- 

160 Sir James Reyoett served with the 52od on the ezpedition against Ferrol in 1800, and was present 
at the action before that place. Appointed to the Quarter-Master -General's staff upon the army eniehog 
Spain in Nov. 1808 ; present at J^ugo, the affairs upon the retreat to Corunna, and also at the battle 
of Comnna. Re-appointed to the Quarter-Master-Geoeral's staff in Portugal, in April 1809 ; present 
at the affairs previous to, and at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto ; amir of Salamoinie, 
battles of Talavera and Busaco. affairs upon the retreat to the lines before Lisbon, and subsequently in 
1811 at those upon the advance from thence, at Pombal, Redinha, Sabngal, and Fox d'Arouce ; aho 
at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor. 

161 Major-General Smelt served in the American war, and was present at the uking of PUttsbarg. 
storm and capture of Oswego, action of Lundy's Lane, storming of Fort Erie, 13th Aug. 1814, where 
he was severely and dangerously wounded. Served also during the Burmese war, in 1824, 25, sod 
part of 1826, and was present at the capture of Rangoon, and other actions in Ava* 

162 Major- General Bell served in Sicily, in 1806 and 7 ; in the Peninsula and France, from Jul; 
1808 to Feb. 1809, and again from May 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 Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz, action at the heights of Ca»- 
trillos, battle of Salamanca, action of Sabijana de Morillos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, 
Orthes, and Toulouse. Served afterwards with the army employed against Louisiana, froA Dec. 1814, 
to June 1815. He has received a cross for the battles of the Pvrenees, Nivelle, Oithea, and Tonloott* 

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

164 Major-General Lightfoot served in Holland, in 1799. Accompanied the 45th to the PeninsaU 
in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco; actions of Pombal, 
Redinha, Condeixa, and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz, in 1811 ; sic^»i>«l 
assault of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and assault of Badajoz (slightly wounded), storming of Fort Picurini 
(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 Orthes and Toulouse (severely wounded). Medal and 
two clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Toulouse. 

165 Major-General Faunce aerved in Holland, to 1799, including the actions of the 2nd and 6ih 
October. With the army in Hanover, in 1805^6; siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807; wit- 
the arrov under Sir John Moore, first at Gottenborgh, and afterwards throughout the operations lo 
Portugal and Spain, in 1808—9 ; with the army in the Scheldt, in 1809 ; in the Peninsula from Nov. 
1810 to Feb. 1813, including the storm and capture of Badajoz (wounded in the thigh), and battle cf 
Salamanca ; also at the investment of Bayonne, in 1814. Served also in the American war, includio; 
the battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and operatiooB befoic 
New Orleans in 1814 and 15 ; severely wounded Sth Jan. 1816. Medal for Salamanca. 

166 Major-General Brown served at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; in ^^ 
Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to July 1811, and again from July 1813 to May 1814, including the batu 
of Vimiera, pauage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, with the previous and subacquent actions. 
battle of Talavera (severely wounded through both thighs), action of the Light Division at the bridge oi 
Almeida, battle of Busaco, the different actions during the retreat of the French army from Portaeal 
action at Sabugal, baUle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle and Ni^^< 
and the investment of Bayonne. Served afterwards in the American war, and was present at tb< 
battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washington. Slightly wounded in the head and v^ severely >& 
the groin at Bladensburg. 

167 Major-General Wingrove served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1795 ; at tbi 
battle of Trafalgar ; the Uking of Genoa, in 1814 ; on board the kytu when that ship singly engag»: 
three French ships of the line and three frigates off Toulon, in 1814 ; and on board the HtrcuU in > 
single action off Cape N'ichola Mole. 



War Services of the General Officers. 31 

168 MajoT'Ceoeral Aitcbison senred in 1807 at the siege and capture of Ck>peDhagen« Embarked 
ID 1808 for the Peninsala, and in 1809 was present at the passage of the Douro, capture of Oporto, and 
Bubseqaeot pnrsuit of Soult*s army to Salamonde. He was wounded in the arm at the battle of Tala- 
vera, while carrying the Kiog's colour, which was also shot through. He served the campaigns of 
IB 10, 12, 13, and 14, and was present at the battle of Busaco, and retreat to the lines of Torres 
Vedras ; battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence into Portu- 
gal ; affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, affair at Tolosa, siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle 
and the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne, siege of the citadel, and repulse of the 
sortie. He was Lieut. -Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards when promoted to Major-ueneral, and 
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War Services of the Coloneb. 

I Sir David Conyngharoe served the campaign of 1793, including the actions at Famars, St. Amand, 
and Lincelles (severely wounded) ; also the siege of Valenciennes. Taken prisoner in the action at 
Ostend in May 1798. 

% Sir ArchiiM&ld Christie.served the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, on the Continent, and was pre- 
sent at Dunkirk, and the siege of Nieuport. In 1794 accompanied the expedition under Lord Moira, 
to the coast of France, and returned to Flanders — was present at the forcing of the enemy from St, 
Andr^. and was severely wounded at Bommell in Holland. 

3 Colonel the Honourable Alexander Abercromby served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, as a 
volunteer with the 92nd ; with the 52nd on the expedition to the Ferrul in 1800 ; in Sicily in 1806 and 
7, as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore. Proceeded to the Peninsula, in 1809 ; commanded the 
2Bth at the battle of Busaco, and in the Lines before Lisbon ; a brigade at tlie battle of Albuhera; 
the 28th at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz ; as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at the battles of 
Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Orthes. Served also the campaign of 1815. in the same capacity, and was 
present at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peronne, and capture of Paris. He 
has received a cross. 

4 Colonel Sherlock served the campaign of 1794 and 95 in Flanden, Holland, and Germany, 
with the 8th Light Dragoons, incluning the attack of Bousbeque, all the outpost affairs on the 
retreat from Ostend, particularly at A lost and at Dufieldt ; action at Boxtel, where his horse was 
killed under him, and the retreat from the Rhine. Proceeded to the Peninsula in command of the 
4th Dragoon Guards, in August 1811, and served there until that regiment returned to England, in 
May 1813. 

5 Lord Portarliogton served in Holland, in 1799; with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805; the 
Peninsular campaign of 1809, including the battle of Talavera. Also the campaign of 1815, in com- 
mand of the 23rd Light Dragoons, including the battle of Quatre Bras, retreat on the following day,' 
and battle of Waterloo. 

6 Sir Robert Chambre Hill served on the Continent in 1794 and 95. Embarked with the Blues for 
the Peninsula, in Oct. 1812. Soon after his arrival in Lisbon, was ordered to take command of the 
Household Brigade of Cavalry, which he commanded at and for some time after the battle of Vittoria, 
for which he has received a medal. Present also at the actions in the Pyrenees ; and subsequently 
with Lord Hill's Division until after the battle of the 13th Dec. 1813 near Bayonoe. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, in command of the regiment, including the action on the 17th June and battle of 
Waterloo, where he was severely wounded. 

7 Sir Wm. Cox served at the re-taking of Grenada, in 1796 ; in Egypt, in 1801 ; employed on a 
particular service in Spain in 1808-9, and was present in the action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. 
Commanded the fortress of Almeida, from April 1809 to the 27ih August 1810, when, by the unfor- 
tunate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender it to the army under Marshal 
Mdssena. 

9 Colonel John Frederick Browne served on the Continent in 1793, 94, and 95, and was present 
daring the sie^re and at the sortie of Nimeguen, as also in the action at Geldermansel. In 1796, he 
was at the takmg of St. Lucia, including the storming of the Heights of Morne Fortune. On boar^ 
the 14 gun brig Eipoir, cruising near Gibraltar, when she captured on the 7th of Aug. 1798, after a 
very gallant action, the Liguria Genoese Pirate of much superior armanent. Present at the taking of 
Minorca, in 1798. Served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 (medal), including the actions of the 8th, 
13th, and 21st of March, together with the capture of Grand Cairo and Alexandria. Commanded the 
28th on the expedition to Hanover, in 1805-6 ; a grenadier battalion at the siege and capture of Co- 
penhagen, in 1807 ; and the 28th on the expedition to Sweden, in 1808. Subsequently joined the 
army in the Peninsula, and was present during Sir John Moore's retreat, and at the battle of Corunna. 
Served during the whole of the Walcheren expedition. Appointed commandant of Tarifa 13th of 
April 1810, which situation he held for fifteen months, during which time he repulsed a desperate 
attack made by the French. Commanded a flank battalion at the battle of Barrosa, for which be has^ 
received a medal ; and was present with the covering army at the siege of Badajoz. Proceeded in 
command of the 56th to Holland, in Nov. 1813, and served there until 1814, most part of the time in 
command of a brigade; present at both the attacks on Merxem, and the siege of Antwerp. 

10 Colonel Burslem served at Toulon, in 1793, and was present in the various actions there, and 
afterwards at Corsica. Employed as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at the taking of the Isle of 
Frume, in 1810 ; and as Deputy Quarter-Master-Geneial at the conquest of Java, including the 
attack of Cornelia. Medal for Java. 

II Colonel Ansley served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and was severely wounded at the battle 
of Alexandria. Medal for services in Egypt 

12 Colonel Gauntlett was actively employed against the Maroons in the West Indies. Served also 
the campaign in Egypt 

13 Colonel Woodgate embarked with the 5th battalion of the 60th on the expedition to Portugal, in 
1808, under Sir Arthur Wellesley, and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and 
Busaco ; action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (wounded), siege of Badajoz, in 1811 ; action 
at £1 BodoD, siege and capture of Ciadad Rodrigo. Medal for Fuentes d*Onor. 



44 War Services of the Colonels. 

14 Colonel PatricktoD lerved is Ireland with the 9th Dragoons daring the rebellion, in 1798 ; vii^ 
the 43rd in Spain under Sir John Moore, in 1808 — 9. Serred afterwards in the Peniosnla (i gret 
part of the time in command of the regiment), from Sept. 1809 to the end of that war, in 1814, (esapi 
during two short intervals when he was ordered to England to command the Sod battalion,) iQclodi:; 
the action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Redinha, Fos d'Aruutt. 
Condeixa, and Sabuffal ; battles of Fuentes d'Onor. Vittoria, and Toulouse, for which last he ba 
received a medal. Embarked for America, in Oct. 1814, and commanded the 43rd at the sitau 
on New Orleans. Joined the Army in Flanders on the 16th of June 1816, and was present at ds 
capture of Paris. 

15 Colonel Thornton served in the Peninsula, and commanded the 40tb regiment at the batiks v 
Talavera, Nivelle (severely wounded), Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received a cross. 

16 Sir John Milley Doyle served the E^ptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8r 
13th, and 21st of March, captures of Grand Cairo and Alexandria, together with the other operaiicv 
of that campaign. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from Feb. 1809 to the end of that war, .i 
1814— either in command of a regiment of Portuguese or a Brigade — and was present at the actios i 
Grijon, passage of the Douro, battle of Fuentes d*Onor, first siege of Badajos, siege and assault . 
Ciudad Rodrigo, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes. Sir John has received a mcdt 
for servioes in Egypt ; and a cross and one clasp for Fuentes d'Onor, Ciadad Rodrigo. Vittoria, \:i. 
Pyrenees, and Orthes. 

17 Colonel Hamilton served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the Coldstream Guards. hw» 
panied a detachment of that regiment to the Peninsula in March 1810 ; and in April was appoiok. 
beputy- Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at Isla de Leon. Went to England in March 1812; t 
joined the regiment in the Peninsula, in July 1813, and served there until the end of that war in 181^ 

18 Colonel Raikes served with the Coldstream Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 1806—^ 
and at Couenhagen, in 1807. Embarked with the regiment for the Peninsula, 31«t of December I80( 
and servea there until 26th of January 1812 ; and again from August 1812 to 16th of May 1813. 

19 Colonel Keate served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1808 to Jan. 1813, incloding the passase' 
the Donro, affair near Salamanca, battle of Busaco, siege of Ciadad RodrigOy covering the siege * 
Badajos, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and siege of Burgos. 

20 Colonel Ward aerved in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and two clasps for Salamaaa 
Badajoz ^^everely wounded at the assault), and the Pyrenees. 

21 Colonel Biake served ^ith the20Ui Dragoons at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 18(^ 
proceeded from thence to South America, and was in the action at Maldonado and siege of Monte VmW 
Served in Portugal in 1808 and 9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera (medal) ; also at tv 
passage of the Douro. In Sicily in 1810 and 1 1 ; subsequently on the eastern coast of Spain, incIiniE,* 
the battle of Castalla and action at Villa Franca. 

22 Sir Edward Miles served on the Continent in 1794 and 95, including the battle of Liocell^^ 
action at the bridge of Wallam, storming of Fort Nook, siege of Niroegoen, and defence of the Ec 
River. Actively employed in the West Indies in 1796 and 97, and was present at the sieges of ^ 
Lucia an J Grenada, and capture of Trinidad. Served in Ireland during the rebellion, in I7> 
Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera. actios t 
Lugn, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded with the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809. Served sfte- 
wards in the Peninsula, from June, 1812, to the end of that war, including the battle of Salamaaa 
(severely and dangerously wounded), action at Villa Muriel, battles of Vittoria and the Pjreoeft 
siege and storming of San Sebastian (dangerously wounded at the assault), passage of the Bidassoi 
battles of Nivelle, and Nive (9tb to 13th Dec.) Proceeded to Ava in command of a brigade, and w 
engaged in all the operations against the enemy in that country from June to 17th Aug. 18'2i 
einbarked for the eastward, and commanded the force at the storm and capture of Mergni, 6ib Oct. 
returned to Rangoon in Nov., served there during its investment in Dec. 1824, and commanded '•< 
Madras force in several assaults on the enemy. Sir Edward has recdved a medal and a clasp for Siii- 
roanca and San Sebastian. 

23 Colonel Knight Erskine served in the Peninsula, and haa received a medal for Badajos: sevcrtH 
wounded at the storming of this fortreu. 

24 Colonel Freke embarked with the army under Sir Ralph Abercromby, for the West Indies,!' 
1795. Accomnenied the 7th battalion of the 60th to Nova Scotia, in April 1814, and commanded tk< 
militarv part or a conjunct expedition op the Penobscot river on the American coast, which resulted!: 
the defeat of the American army under General Blake, the taking of the towns of Hampden and BsDfr> 
the destruction of the American frigate Adawu ; also the capture of nearly forty pieoaa of cannon, ibm 
stand of colours, and a great many prisoners. 

26 Colonel Martin Lindsav served the rampaien in Java in 1811, including the actions of the 22a£ 
Aug. and 16th Sept., in which latter he commancfed eight companies of the 78th Highlanders, sod ka 
received the medal. Served also the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including both the actions i 
Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp. 

26 Colonel Creagh was actively employed in St. Domingo in 1797 and 98 ; in Holland, in 1*^ 
incloding the actions of the 27th Aug., 19th Sept., 2od and 6th Oct. Served in Portugal and Spa: 
in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, for which he has received a mt^\ 
Also at New Orleans, incloding the eogagemenU of the 25th Dec. 1814, and 1st and 8th Jan. IBl- 
Severely wounded at Vimiera while in contnand of a light brigade. 



War Services of the Colonels. 45 

97 Colonel Coojen wnred three vmis and a half in the West Indiei and wag eng^aged on aeveral 
oecasions, particularly in the Mirebateis, at L'Ance a Veao, and at the siege of Iroia in St. Domingo 
ia 1798, woere be was wounded while on the staff: during this siege, of three months' duration, the 
garrison lost more men than composed its original strength : commanded the remains of the 82d at 
the evacnaiton of this island. Served in an expedition to the coast of Franoein 1800, and subse- 
quently in the Mediterranean until 1802. From 1805 to 1809 be served throughout the Mediterranean, 
and in Egypt on the staff, and received a severe contusion there, having; been at the attack on Alex- 
andria, at the storming of Rosetta, and at the subsequent siege of that place. Served in the Peninsula 
and France in 1813 and 14, and in command of the 82d dorin*( the operations on the Gave d'Oleron, 
at HastiDgues and Oyer le Gave, and was severely wounded at the head of 4he regiment at Ortbes, for 
which battle he has received a medal. 

28 Colonel Henderson served in Ireland daring the rebellion, in 1798 ; at the Helder, in 1799, 
and was present at the first landing, and battles of the 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th Oct. Expedition to 
Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby, in 1801. Landed in Portagal, in 1808, and was present at the 
battle of Vimiera, retreat to, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to the Scheldt and sic^ af Flush- 
ing, io 1809. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from 1811, to the end of that war in 1814, and 
commanded the Queen's at the battle of Toulouse. 

29 Colonel Newhouse served at Toulon in 1798; at Corsica in 1795, including the several 
operaiiona at St. Fiorenio, Bastia, and Calvi. Commanded a detachment of artillery in the suc- 
cessful operation against the Isle of Gapraijo. Served also the Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; with 
the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, and was present in the batUe of Kioge. Medal lor services 
inEgypU 

30 Colonel Parke was present with the 39tb at the original capture of Denierara, Easequibo, and 
Berbice, in the spring of 1796, when the expedition commanded by General White captured those 
colonies. He was in Sir James Kempt's Light Infantry Battalion during a campaign in Naples in 
1805-6. Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 39th from May 1809 to Feb. 1812, and was 
present at the battles of Albuhera and Busaco, at the razing the siege of Campo Majror when the 
French sustained a considerable defeat; commanded the four light companies of the brigade at the 
action of Arroyo, de Molino where the guns, baggage, and fourteen hundred men with their ofiicers 
were cantered : be was also employed in the trenches at the first sieee of Badajos. 

31 Colonel Macpheraon accompanied p<irt of the 88th to the West Indies, 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 Royal and several other places in that island. Embarked with the 
regiment for the East Indies, in June 1799, and during a period of six years he was actively employed 
in the three Presidencies. In 1806 embarked with the expedition to South America, and was wonnded at 
the storming of Buenos Ay res. In June 1809, accompanied the 2d battalion to the Peninsula, and 
succeeded to the command of the 1st battalion in March 1813; commanded it at the battle of Vittoria, 
and at those in the Pyrenees. Present also at the battle of the Nivelle ; succeeded 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 1814 ; embarked from thence for the Netherlands in Jane 1815. Medal 
and one clasp for Vittoria and Orthes. 

32 Colonel de Bosset was actively employed in Switnrland until Sept. 1798. In 1799 he was 
employed on a particular service on the Continent with the Swiss, Austrian, and Russian army, and 
was present at the various aetioos terminating with the battle of Zurich. Taken prisoner on boaurd the 
Dolphin pscket by a French privateer, in June 1800, after an action of two hours. Served in Hanover 
ia 1806 — 6; at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; with the expedition to Sweden under 
Sir John Moore, and from thence to Portugal. In 1810 he was present at the siege of Santa Maura, 
aod at the storming of the enemy's entrenchments before that place. 

33L Colonel Money served twenty-five years in the lltb Dragoons :-— in Flanders and Holland 
in 1794 aod 95, and in Germany the latter year, including the attack on the French lines 17th April ; 
their defeat on the heights of Cateao 26tb April, and near Toumay 3rd May ; battles of Roubaix and 
Lannoy, defeat of the French near Tournay, 22nd May 1794 ; and affair at Bommel 2nd Jan. 1795* 
Campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 10th and 19(h Sept., 2nd and 6th October. 
Commanded a deucbment of the regt. under Sir 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 
Mareh. together with the capture of Grand Cairo and Alexandria. Peninsular campaigns of 1811 
aod 12 ; present at the siege of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, and affair of cavalry near the Tormea oa 
tlie following day, when three French battalions were taken ; cavalry aflairs of Callada Camioo and 
Venta de Poao. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatra Bras and WaterloOf 
towards the close of which last the command of the 11th Dragoons derolved on him. Present also at 
the capture of Paris. Medal for services in Egypt. 

34 Colonel Henry Dawkins served in the Peninsula with the Guards, from Feb. 1810 to the end 
of that war in 1814 : Major of Brigade from June 1810 — including the battle of Foentes d'Onor, siege 
of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, end Nive ; 
passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which last occasion he was 
severely wonnded. Served also the campaign of 1815. including the battle of Waterloo. 

35 Colonel Forbes served in Holland in 1 794 aod 95, indudmg the sortie from Nimeguen against 
the French linei^ aetion in drifing the French icroat the Waal at Bommel, and at Geldermanael. Ac- 



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eompanied the 78th to Qoiberon Bay* and wai at the taking of Isle Dten, in 1795 ; to the Cape of 

Good Hope, in 1796, and captnie of the Dutch fleet in Saldanfaa Bajr. Proceeded with the regitneot 

to India in November following, and served with it during the campaign in Oude. in 1798 and 99; 

I* also in part of the Mahratta campaign in 1803, including the storm of the Petah of Ahmednughur, 

i and during the siege of the Fort. Present in every action in which his rei^iment was engaged io Jan 

I daring 1811, 12. and 13. including I be forcing or the enemy's position at Weltevreden. siorm of ibc 

lines of Cornells, the heights of Serandole. and Djocjocarta. Quelled an insurrection which broke oot 

in the east end of Java in May 1813, when Lieut.-Colonel Fraaer and Captain Macpherson of the 76U 

were murdered by the insurgents. Medal for services in Java, and five tiroes thanked in general orders. 

36 Colonel Proctor served with the 82nd on the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809, and was pre^ot 
at the siege of Flushing. Served also at Gibraltar, Tarifa, and in the Peninsula, from 1810 to Dec. 

, 1812, and subsequently in the Peninsula and south of France, from April to July, 1814. including the 

aflfair of Posts near Malaga, battle of Barrosa (contusion on the body), and retreat from Madrid. Em* 
barked from Bordeaux for Canada, in July 1814, and commanded the 82nd before Fort Erie, from Sod 
Sept«, and throughout the successive operations of the campaign on the Niagara frontier. Received At 
Brevet promotion of Lieot.-Colonel for his conduct in the repelling of the attack made by the Ameiicau 
on our batteries and position before Fort Erie on the 17th Sept. 1814. 

37 Colonel Riddall was actively employed with the 62nd, in Sicily, Egypt, Calabria, Italy. Spaio, 
and North America, from 1806 to the end of the war. Detached with his Greoadier company to retinl 
the advance of the French on their march to invest Scylla Castle in Calabria, and invade Sicily. Served 
in the Grenadier battalion at the Faro, in Sicily, for seVeral weeks, under the fire of the French batierici 
erected in Calabria. Second in command to General Blommart in a Grenadier Battalion sent froa 

I Sicily to Spain. He was advanced with his Grenadier Company and two field pieces, in theaiiickoc 

mnd expulsion of the French from the heights before Genoa. Second in command to LieuvCol. JoIib 
with the flank company detachments up the Penobscot river in North America, and commanded the 
advance in forcing a strong position at Hampden defended by treble our numbers. 

38 Colonel Addison servra in the American war, on the staff of Sir John Sherbrooke. 

99 Colonel Steele served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from January to July 1809, 
mnd again from Feb. 181 1 to the end of that war in 1814. 

40 Colonel Doyle served in Hanover, in 1805-6 ; the campaign of 1808-9, inclndinc( the battle d 
Corunna. Returned to ibe Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the passage of the Douro and cap- 
ture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, lines at Torrps Vedras, action at Campo Mayor* and bat'ieof 
Fuentes d'Onor. In 1813 he was appointed Military Secretary to the Governor- General and Cots* 
mander*in-Chief in India. In 1814 and 15 served in the field in the Western Provinces; andii 
1817 and 18, in the field with the grand army during the Pindarree and Mahratta war. 

41 Colonel Charretie served three years in the East Indies, and was present at the mutiny at Velkiff 
in 1806, when nearly the whole of the 69th were massacred in their barracks. In the Peninsula wiil> 
the 2od Life Guards, from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Vittona. 
Pampelona, and Toulouse. 

42 Colonel Patrick Campbell (R. Artillery), was at the capture of St. Lucia in 1796, and vihtf 
qnently in the Carib war in St. Vincent. Served also in the Peninsula from Jan. 1809 to the end «f 
that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera and Castalla. 

43 Colonel Parkinson served at the capture of the Island of Bourbon, in 1810, as Deputy- Adjatsot« 
General. Proceeded with the 33rd to Stralsond in Pomerania. in 1813 ; and from thence to Holland, 
in 1814; was present at the attack on Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp, and commanded the 
Regt« at the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, where he rectrived a severe contusion. Served also the can* 
paign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Qoatre Bras. 

44 Colooel Hunter Blair served on the staflT io Portugal and Spain from July 1608 to Jan. 1809, 
including the affair of Obidos, battles of Roleia and Vimiera, action at Lugo, and battle of Cotpnn. 
ProceedMl again to the Peninsula in August 1809, and was present at the capture of Oporto, ^(futoi 
Salamonde, and battle of 1'alavere, at which last he was severely wounded and made priaoner in bospit»I> 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. Commanded a brigade ii 
Ava, and was present at the capture of Melloon. 

45 Colonel Cheney served with the 2nd Dragoons in Flanders and Holland in 1794 and 95, sod 
was severely wjounded in an engacement with the French before Niroegueu. Served also the eampti([« 
of 1816, including the action of the 17lh June and the battle of Waterloo, where, in the afternoon, i^ 
eommand of the regiment devolved on him. In this battle be had five horses shot under him. 

46 Colonel Lluellyn served as a Captain with temporary rank in the 52nd at the Ferrol. Cadii. ini 
the Mediterranean, in 1800 and 1801. Accompanied the 28th to the Peninsula in June 1809. aod 
aerved tbrooghout that war. including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, occn* 

Etion of them, action at Campo Ma^^or, first siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, capture of a Frepck 
vision at Arroyo de Molino, operations near Los Santos and Villa Franca, and various other afftin* 
Served also the campaign of 1815, ipclnding the battles of Qoatre Bras and Waterloo, at which last ht 
was severely wounded. 

47 Colonel Latour served in the Peninsula with the 11th Dragoons in 1811 and 12; attadiedi 
French pioquet whilst in command, near £1 Bodon, 26th Sept. 1811, and with a squadron of the lli^ 
covered the retreat of the 74tfa. and five companies of the 60th. Present also at the siege of Badsjoc 
and battle of Salamanca. Whilst io command of a aquadroo he attacked a eompaoj of Frendi 



War Services of the Colonels*, 47 

Aftillery poited in a yioeyard, that were supporting the eoemy's cavalry whilst foraging, and making 
some pnsonere in the plains of Valladolid on 7th Sept. 1812. He also repulsed an attack of the enemy's 
picquets, making one officer and many men prisoners, at Monasterio and in front of Burgos on 2nd' 
Oct. 1812. Seiired the campaign of 1816, with the 23d Light Dragoons, and was present at the battle 
of Waterloo, where he succeeded to the command of the RegL during the action. 

48 Colonel John Hare's services : — Landing at the Helder and campaign under the Duke of York, 
Aug. 1799; landing and advance upon Ferrol, 26th and 26th Aug. 1800 ; Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; 
capture of the Islands of Ischia and Procida, in 1809 ; campaigns on the eastern coast of Spain from 
Aug. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the taking of Alcoy, battles of Biarand Castalla, 
siege of and operations before Tarragona, and blockade of Barcelona. Campaign of 1815, including 
tbe hattle of Waterloo (wounded), and capture of Paris. Medal for services in Egypt. 

49 Colonel Wade served in the Peninsula as Aide-de-camp to Sir Lowry Cole, and was severely 
wounded at the battle of Albuhera. 

50 Colonel Egerton, after serving as a subaltern with the 29th in North America, and proceeding at 
a Captain with the 89th to South America, accompanied the 2nd battalion of the 34th to the Peninsula, 
in 1809. In the following year he waa appointed to the staff as Deputy- A ssisUni- Adjutant-General, and 
attached to the second division, in which capacity he served at the battle of Bnsaco, and on the retreat 
to and daring the subsequent occupation of the hues before Lisbon. He was then removed as senior of 
the Adjutant- General's department to tbe fourth division ; was present at the siege and capture of 
01iven9a, the first siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera (wounded), and action of Aldea de Ponte. 
Relmquished his staff appointment and rejoined his regiment in the winter of 1811, and continued to 
wix^e 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 Vittoiia, Pyre nee s for 
which he obtained the brevet rank of Major, — Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. On Lord Hiirs 
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 serred as such at the battle of Waterloo— where he obtained 
the brevet of Lieut. -Colonel — and continued in tbe same capacity until the return of the Army of 
Occupation from France in 1818. When Lord Hill assumed the command of the army in chief in 
1828, he waa pleased to name Colonel Eperton 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. 

61 Colonel Chalmers served in Sicily, in 1806 and 7 ; campaigns of 1808-9 in Portugal and Sjpain ; 
e:Tpediiion to Walcheren, including bombardment of Flushing ; at Cadiz, in 1810 and 11 ; and all the 
sacceeding Peninsular campaigns, including the baitle of Barrosa, attack of the enemy on the heights 
near Moresco, affair of Senhora de la Pena, battle of Salamanca, action of San Munoz, battle of 
Vittoria, attack at Maya, battles of the Pyrenees on the 50th and 31st July, repulse of the enemy in 
hit attack of the heights of Si. Antonio, 31st August, attack of the enemy's forts near Sarre, 9th Oct. 
1813, battle of Nivelle, besides a great many minor affairs 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 
sieges, and was engaged in the following affairs during the retreat from Burgos, viz. Olmos, Monasterio, 
bridge of Valladolid, and passage of the Huebra. Served also in the Netlierlands in 1814 and 15, 
including the battle of Waterloo, capture of Paris, and posterior operations in France to Aug. 1817. 
He was severely wounded in assault of the entrenchments at Sarre, and has had nine horses killed or 
wounded under him in action, three of them at Waterloo. During the above campaigns be was on the 
staff, except at Waterloo. Subsequently to his services in Sir John Moore's campaign and Lord 
Chatham's expedition, he was, in the course of about four years, (from 5th March 1811 to 18th June 
1815), in sevenleefl engagements, six of them general actions— eiclusive of sieges ; and for his conduct 
in the field he was twice promoted, viz. to the brevet*rank of Major at the lialtles of the Pyrenees, and 
of Lieut.-Colonel at the battle of Waterloo, on which occasion he commanded the left wing of the 
52nd Regt. 

52 Colonel John Bolder Parker served at Walcheren in 1809, and was employed in the operations 
previous to and at the siege of Flushing. Embarked for Lisbon in Feb. 1812, and remained vrith 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, baitle of Orthes, action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Served 
also the campaign of 1815, and lost his left leg at the battle of Waterloo. Medal for the battle of 
Vittoria, where he commanded a brigade of artillery. 

53 Colonel Miller accompanied the 95th (Rifle Brigade) on the Expedition to South America in 
1807 ; present in various engagements, and taken prisoner at Buenos Ayres. Served the campaign of 
1808-9, including the action at Cslcavellas on the retreat, and battle of Corunna. At Walcneren in 
1809. In June 1810, embarked to join the Guerillas in the Sierra de Ronda. In Oct. attached to the 
Expedition against Malaga ; sent on to arm the peasantry and gain intelligence ; attacked the castle of 
Franguola — taken prisoner, and escaped. Present at the battle of Barrosa and the preceding opera* 
tions ; also at tbe siege of Badajoz in May, 1811. Subsequently at the siege of San Sebastian, and in 
the actions in the Pyrenees on the 31st Aug. and 1st September. Commanded the 2nd battalion in 
forcing the Pass of Vera, 7th Oct. and at the battle of mvelle. Present at the battle of Orthes and 
action st Tarbes — ^wounded in the groin by a musket-shot. Served also the campaign of 1815, and 
commanded the battalion during part of tht battle of Waterloo^-wounded by a grape-shot through the 
knee. Medal for Nivelle. 



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48 War Services of the Cohnds^ 

54 Colonel Beckwith served in Hanoter. in 1805-6 ; at Copeoliagcn. in 1807» tnelnding the netioA 
afeKioge. On the expedition to Sweden, in 1808; and that to Portngal. in 1806-9, inclnding th* 
action at Calcavellat on the letieat, and battle of Corunoa. Proceeded to Walcheren, in 1809 ; aiib* 
aeqaenily to the Peninsula, and waa present in the actions of Pombal, Rcdinha, Condeiia,Tos 
d'Arouoe, and Sabugal, battle of Faentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciodad Rodrigo and Badaios, battle oi 
Salamanca, sie^e of Burgos, action at San Milan, battles of Vittoria. the Pyi«nees, Vera, Nivelle, near 
Bajonne, Orthea, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815,- including the battles of Qoaua 
Brat and Waterloo. During the great portion of the alwve service he waa employed on the Staff* 
Medal for Toulouse ; and lost left leg at Waterloo. 

55 Colonel Grant served five years in India with the 25tb— efterwaids the 22nd— Dragoons, and vras 
present at the battle of Mallavelly, siege of Seringapatam, action with Doondia, aiormiog the fort of 
Tvmiool, where he volunteered and led the assault with 50 dismounted Dragoons ; engaged also in the 
reduction of various fortresses. Served with the 2l8t Fusiliers in Sicily, in 1806 ; and with the IBtk 
Hussars in the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, including the action at the bridge of Croii dX>tade» 
battle of TottUraae, covering the retirine army on the 17th of June 1815, and battle of Waterloo. 

56 Colonel Browne accompanied the 40th to the Peninsula in Jul v 1808, and was present at the 
battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Buaaco, on the retreat to and at the occupation of the lioas 
of Torres Vedras, siege of Badajoz in May 1811, and repulse of the sortie from Fort San Chrisloval ; 
actions of El Bodon and A Idea de Ponte, siege and storming of Cindad Rodrigo, siege and storming 
of Badajos, action at Canizal, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and suuequent retreat there* 
from. Served also on the cipediiion against New Orleans. Commanded the regiment at the battle of 
Waterloo. Medal for Badajoz, having commanded the regiment at the assault. 

57 Colonel Taylor served as Assistani- Adjutant-General to the Force under Sir Jamea Craig, in die 
Mediterranean, during 1805 and 6. Employed on the Staff at the attack and capture of Java, in 1811» 
including the attack of the ontpoat near Weltevreden, and the storming of the lines of Cornelia. Served 
also the campaign of 1815, with the 10th Hussars, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

58 Colonel Arguimban served in the Peniusola with the 3rd battalion of the Royala* and lost an ana 
at San Sebastian. Served alao the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded at Quatre Bina» and 
also at Waterloo. 

59 Colonel Childers served with the 11th Dragoons at the Holder, in 1799 ; the Peninsniar cam- 
ligns from May 1811 to the end of that war, in 1814. Also the campaign of 1815, aa Major of 
brigade to Sir John Vandelenr, including the battle of Waterloo. Commanded a brigade of Cavalry 

at the siege and cantnre of Bbnrtpore, under Lord Combermere. 

59* Colonel Smith served with the Rifle Brigade at the aiege* storm, and taking of Monle Video 
vnder Sir S. Auchmuty ; and at the asssnlt upon Buenos Ayres under Brigadier-General Craufiud. 
Employed with the troopa in Spain under Sir John Moore, from the battle of Vimiera to the en- 
Larkation of the troopa at Connna. Embarked for the Peniosula under Major-General Roberl Cma- 
find in 1809 ; waa seriously wounded in the action upon the bridge of the Coa near Almeida. Cooi* 
nanded a eompanv in the pursuit of Massena from the lines of Limn ; at the actions of Redinha, Coo* 
deiza, and Foe d'Arooce. Appointed Brigade-Major to the 2nd Li^hl Brigade in the Light Division, 
and was present in the action of Sabugal, hanilt of ruentes d*Onor, siege and storm of Ciodad Rodrigo^ 
siege and storm of Badajos, battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, attack of the heights of Vera and pan- 
aage of the Bidassoa, battle of Sarre, attack upon the position of Sl Jean de Los and heights of 
Aroangnes ; battle of Or thee, aflair at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Appointed Assistonir Adjotaal* 
Genera] lo the troops under Major-General Ross destined against Washington, and was pi esen t at thm 
battle of Bladensburv and destruction of Washington. Brought home despatches and went out agaaa 
immediately nnder Sir Edward Pakenham, and was present at the attack upon the enemy's liaea near 
New Oi leans. After the death of Sir Edward he was appointed Military Secretary to Sir John Lsna* 
bert commanding the vmy, and was preaent at the sinra and taking of Fort Bowyer. Appointed 
Assistant-Quarter- Master-Ueneral to the 6th Division of the Army nnder the Duke of WellingtoB, 
and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

60 Colonel Calvert served with the 52nd on the etpedition to Sweden, in 1808 ; in the PeainonW, 
in 1808-9, including the retreat to Corunna. Appointed Aide-de-Cemp to Lord Lynedoch in April 
1810, and joined him at Cadiz, then beueged by the French ; preaent at the hattlea of Barraaa and 
Vittoria ; also at both the attacks and capture of San Sebastian. Accompanied the 29th to America ia 
1814, and was present at the taking of Castioe, and the diilerent American settlements in the Bay of 
Fundy. Served also the campaign of 1815 with the 3K2nd, including the battlea of Quaira Braa and 
Waterloo, aud capture of Paris. 

61 Colonel Suvelcy joined the army under the Dnke of Wellington at Oporto, in May 1809, and 
was present st the battle of Talavera, actiona at Pombal, Redinha, Foad'Anmce, and Sierra de Moita; 
battle of Foentes d'Onor, storming and capture of Ciodad Rodrigo and Badajoi. Deputy-Assistanfe- 
Quarler-Masier-General at the actions of Osma and Morillas. battle of Vittoria, pessaae of the Bidaaso«« 
storming the Heights of Vera, action at Sarre, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 
12th Dee. 1813 near Bayonne, passage of the Adonr, storming St. Etieane and ioveatroent of tha 
citedel of Bayonne, actions at Vic Birarre and Tarbes, and baiUe of ToukNise. Served also the caa* 
paign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and captnie of Paria. 

62 Sir De Lacy Evans served in India, in 1807, 8, 9, and 10. Portugal, Spain, and FVaaee* m 
1812, 13, and 14. Americm par of 1814-15. Belgium and France, in IB15, 16» 17, and 18« la 



War Services of the CdimeU. 49 

Spain in 1835, 36, and 37. Pieaeat durins the operatiwii agaiut Ameer Kbtoandlhe PMwriei, 
capture of the Mauritius, part of tbe retreat from Burgos, action on the Hormasa (woanded), Itattle of 
Viituria, iDvettmeDt of Panipeluoa, battle of tbe Pyrenees, investment of Bayoooe (horse shot), actiooa 
of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse (horse shot), battle of Bladensburg (two horses shot), 
capture of Washington, attack on Baliimore, operations before New Orleans, (boarding snd capture of 
American Flotilla, — action 26th Dec. wounded sererely,— ansuccessfol assault Jan. wounded seveiely), 
battle of Qaatre Bras, retreat of 17th of June, Waterloo (horse shot, and one sabred), investment and 
capitulation of Paris. Continued on Staff of allied Army-of-Occupation in France. Accepted under 
sn allied power (1835) command of an auxiliary British and Spanish Cor ps-of- Army, by sauctioo and 
desire of the £ni$lish (Government, aod by order of tbe King-in-cooncil. Acted, while so employed, ia 
conjunction with tbe British forces (uoder Lord J. Hay), snd through mediation of British authorities : 
—raising investments of San Sebastian and Bilbao, action of Arlaban, capture of port and cattle of 
Passages. Defeated the enemy in general actions on the 5th of May, — 6th of June,-^lst. of Oct. 
(wounded) 1636; also 10th and 15th of March 1837. Attacked near Hemaoi, 16th March, by tba 
e/if« of the Carlist army — 16,000 strong (about double the allied force), and obliged to retreat aboul 
one mile, but with a less loss in killed aod wounded (600) than that oif the enemy. Resumed the 
offi;nsive the following month— captare of Hernani by escalade, 14th Maj,— of Oyanun 16th May,— 
of Yrun by storm 17th May,-^of Fontarabia by capitulation 18th May. These aod other minor affairs 
were for the most part severely contested, and cost (including those of the enemy) above ten thousand 
killed and wounded. Excepting occasionally two or three stragglers, generally without arms, tha 
Legion never lost (under his command) prisoners, artillery, or equipage, though utterly contrary siat^ 
menu repeatedly appesred at the time, — while he took from the enemy 100 officers, 1000 men, thirty 
pieces of cannon, several entrenched positions, fortified towns and posts, with an extensive and most 
important strategical tract of the insurgent territory, including tbeir main line of ratreattCommunicatioB, 
and supply. Thenceforth " Tbe frontier was effectually closed against the entrance of resources to the 
Carlists, except by tbe small mountain passes, which are only aoceiaible to foot passengers or mnlef 
lightly laden. ' (British Commissioners' Despatch, Parliamentary Paper), — and thus was the success* 
ful termination of the war materially contributed to. Holds tbe rank of Lieut. •General in tbe national 
army of Spain, by license of a British roval warrant, — also honoured by her Majesty for these serviete 
with the Cross of Ckimmaoder of the Bath, and by the government of Spain with the grand crosses of 
St. Ferdinand and Charles III. 

63 Colonel the Honourable Leicester Stanhope was employed in South America, in 1807, and waa 
present at the attack on Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Mahntta war of 1817 and 18, including 
the battle of Maibedpora, aod storming of Talnier. 

64 Colonel Alexander Higginson served tlie campcign of 1808-9, including the battle of Coninna; 
with tbe expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; and the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14. 

65 SirTbomas Reade served the campaign of 1799, in Holland, with the 27th, including the 
actions of the 19th Sept., 2d aod 6th October. Present at the operations before Ferrol, in 1800 ; in 
tbe Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; and on the Expedition to Naples under Sir James Craig. Im 
May 18Ci8 appointed to command a Flotilla in the Mediterranean tor the defence of Sicily ; employed 
at the capture of the Islands of Ischia and Procida ; and at the ssme time took and destroyed in com* 
paoy with H.M. S. Cyane, a flotilla of thirty-four gun-boats. On the 10th June 1810, captured a 
Flotilla of twenty«siz gun* boats in the Bay of Ragusa. He was afterwards constantly employed 
against Murat's armament on tbe coast of Calabria during bis projected invasion of Sicily, in which 
seiTice fifty of the enemy's Tcssels, with a consideiable proportion of field artillery, and other military 
stores, and many prisoners, were captured by the Flotilla under his command. Served on the Eastern 
Coast of Spain with the Forces under Lord Wm. Bentinck and Sir Wm. Clinton. At the conclusion 
of that war in 1814, he embarked with his regiment for America, where he serTed until the tenainatioB 
of hostilities with that oountrv. 

66 Sir John Morillyon Wilson was six years in the navy, in which service be received three wounds. 
He was in the expedition to the Holder, in 1799 ; and ^ypt >Q 1801, where he received a medal and 
the thanks of the Captain Pasha for saving the crew oi a Turkish man-of-war's boat. He accompanied 
the expedition to Walcheren, and was twice wounded during the siege of Flushing. From the latter 
end of 1809 to 1812, be was present with his regiment at the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d*Onor, and 
the various actions fought in the Peninsula within those periods. In the winter of 1812 he joined the 
1st battalion Royal £ots in Canada, and was in the different attacks made on Sacketfs Harbour, 
Great Sodos — ^where he received a severe bayonet wound during a night attack \ Black Rock, Buffaloe, 
and the battle of Chippewa, where he received seven wounds and was left for dead on the field of battle 
aod fell into the hanas of the enemy. The army medical board, in its official raport to tbe Secretary at 
War in 1826, states that ** few cases of more aggravated distress from severe wounds have come befona 
us ; and we have ix> doubt the life of this officer will be shortened by tbeir results, and we see not the 
least prospect of Tptrmanent recovery." Sir John has received thirteen wounds, and has two musket- 
bails still lodged in bis body. He received the brevet-rank of Major and also that of Lieutenant- 
Colonel, for his conduct before the enemy. 

67 Sir Thomas Wiltshire served with the 38th in the West Indies from August 1797 to Aug. 1800; 
the campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera.^ retreat to and battle of Corunna. 
AccoiDpanied the e]q>edition to Walcheren, in 1809, Served afterwards in the Peninsula, from June 
1812 to the end of that war in 1814 ; commanded the light company at the battle of Salamanca (twice 



50 War Services of the Colonels, 

woanded), on the retrMt from Borgos and action at Villa Mariel, battle of Vittoria, first assault of San 
Sebastian, also 2nd assault and capture, when be received the Brevet rank of Major. Commanded a 
brigade of light companies at the paisa^e of the Bidassoa, battle of Nivelle, and battles of the Nive on 
the 9tb, 10th, and 1 1th Dec. 1813, for which senrices he was in 1815 appointed Brevet Lipat.-Colooe1. 
Repulsed with three hundred men the attack of ten thousand Caffres upon the open village of Grahim's 
Town, on the frontiers of the Cape o\ Good Hope, on the 22nd Apiil 1819, and commanded during the 
subsequent operations against the Cafiires in the same year. Served afterwards in the Rast Indies frnm 
May 1822 to 1840. Commanded a wing of the 46ih at the capture of Kittoor in the Dooab, in Dec. 
1824. Served also throughout the whole of the campaign in Affghaoistan under Lord Keane ; present 
■t the capture of the fortress of Ghoxnee, 2drd July 1839, upon which occasion he was appointed 
KCB, ; and while io command of the Bombay column of the army of the Indus he captured the for- 
tress of Kbelat on the 13th Nov. following, for which service he was created a baronet. 

68 Colonel the Honourable H. E. Butler served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the 2nd bat* 
talion of the 27tb, including the battles of the 13th and 21st March, and has received the medal. 
Served also with the Portuguese army, in 1810 and 1811, and was wounded at the battle of Busaco. 

69 Colonel Holt served with the 58th in Eg^pt, in 1801, and was shot through the body in tbe 
action on the landin?. Accompanied the expedition to Naples, in 1805. and remained with that army 
until its arrival in Sicily. Served with tbe 2nd battalion in the Peninsula the latter part of 1809 and 
Botil Feb. 1810, when he was sppninted to the Portuguese service ; present at the battle of Bos^co. 
covering the operations against Ciudad Rodrigo, and capture of Badajoz. Commanded the 17tb 
Portuguese regiment from April 1812 to thecooclnsioo of the war, including the actions at BerUnrs 
and near Las Casas. l>attle of Vitloria, actions io the Pyrenees at Santa Barbara, 2nd Aug. and attack 
of Vera heights 7th Oct., battle of tbe Nivelle, battle and operations of the Nive on the 9th, 10th. lltb, 
12th, and 13th Dec. 1813, battles of Ortbes and Toulouse. From the period of landing in tbe Fenin* 
aula io 1809 until the conclusion of hostilities in April 1814, be was never one dav abaent from 
his doty. Medal for servioea in Egypt; and a cross and one clasp for Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, 
Orthes, and Toulouse. 

70 Sir Chsrles Webb Dance served in the Penmsula, France, and Flanders, and was slightly 
wounded at Waterloo. 

71 Colonel Hughes served with tiie 18tb Hussars in Spain and Portugal under Sir John Moore, in- 
cluding tbe cavalry actions at Mayorga (wounded) and Benevente. retreat to and battle of Coraooa : 
commanded the last picquet of British cavalry which remained, until the whole embarkation had taken 
place. Returned to the Peninsula in Jan. 1813; led the squadron of the 18th. which was engaged 
at Morales } commanded the regiment at the battle of Vittoria, actions in tbe Pyrenees, battle of the 
Nivelle (present at the passage of tbe Nive, but tbe regiment was not engaged); k>attle of Ortbes, 
and passage of the Garonne, action of Croix d*Orade, where the 18th Hussars so greatly dts* 
tioguished themselves ; battle of Toulouse, and a great many minor actions and skirmishes. Severely 
wounded in an affair near Hellette, in the SouJi of France. Medal and two clasps for Vittona, 
Orthes, and Toulouse. 

72 Colonel Bainbrigge served io the Peninsula in the Quarter-Master-General's depaitment from 
1810 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the Lines of Tones Vedras, part of the siege 
of Oliven^a, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, last siecre of Badaioz, affair of tbe Goarena, battle of Sala- 
manca, part of the siege of Burgoa, affair of Villa Muriel, retreat from Burgos to Ciudad Rodiigo. 
battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, part of the last siege of Sao Sebastian, battle of the fiirt, aad 
actiona near Bidatt, Bussnssary, and Villa Franque ; actions of Garris, Tarbes, and Vic Bigorre, and 
battle of Toulouse. 

73 Colonel Snodgrass accompanied the 52d to Sicily, io 1806 ; to Sweden, in 1808 ; from thence to 
the Peoinsula, snd was present during Sir John Moore*s advance and retreat, and at the battle of 
Corunna. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, and was present at the pursuit of Massena from Sao* 
tarem, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d*Onor, action near Guinaldo, siege and capture of Ciudad 
Rodrigo, and action of San Muoos. Appointed Major in the Portuguese service, 24th Nov. 1812 ; 
commanded a corps of 400 Grenadiers at the battle of Vitloria, and in tbe actions of Villa Franca aod 
Tolosa. Volunteered and commanded the storming party that assaulted and carried tbe Convent, Re* 
doubt, and other outworks at Sao Sebastian (wounded). Volunteered and commanded the detachment 
of the 10th Portuguese Brigade that stormcti the small breach of the same place on the 31st Aoc 
1813 — having previously, by eoteriog the river at night, discovered a ford uoder the walls, through 
which he led the detachment. Present when the army crossed the Bidassoa. Commaoded lite 1«t 
Ca^adores at the battle of the Nivelle. battle of the Nive on the 9th, lOlh, and 11th Dec. (wounded oa 
the 1 1th,) and batile of Orthes, where he was aevertly wounded in the head. He has received a cross 
for San Sebastian. Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. 

74 Colonel Balvaird served in the Peninsula with the Riffe Brigade, and has received a medal and 
a clasp for the battles of the Nivelle aod Nive. 

75 Colonel Napier served with the 52od at tbe siege of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge, in 1807. 
Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope on the eapedition to Sweden in 1808 ; and subsequently in Sir Joha 
Moore's campaign io Spain, including the retreat to and battle of Corunna. In Sicily with tbe re^.- 
anent until the autumn of 1810. Served afterwards in tbe Peninsula on the staff*, incloaing the defence 
of Cadis, battle of FnentM d*Onor, 2nd siege of Badajos, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and NivcUe. 



War Services of the Cohmeh, 51 

bftttle of the Nife, including the varions engagements near the Mayor^s House,— alightly wounded on 
the lOih of Decemher, and aererely oo the lltb — lost an arm. 

76 Colonel Thorn accompanied the Buffs to the Peninsula in Aug. 1808, where he served until 
Jan. 1809. Returned to the Peninsula in Juoe following, and commanded the Light Company of the 
Buffs at the battle of Tslavera. Employed as an officer of observation in Spanish Estremadura from 
29th Jan. to 3rd March 1810, from which period until the termination of that war in 1814, he Kerved 
as Deputy- Assists nt-Quarter-Master-General with the 2nd Division, and was present at the battle of 
Bttsaco, 1st siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, actions at Arroyo de Molino, and Almaraz, battles 
of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle, battles of tlie Nive on the 9th and 12th Dec. (wounded); 
action of Garris, battle of Orthes, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Embarked with the troops 
from Bourdeaux to Canada, in July 1814, as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General. and was present 
at the affair of Plattsburg. Horse killed under him at Albuhera ; another in the action at the Pass of 
Maya ; and a third in the action of the 12th Dec. 1813 near Rayonne. 

77 Colonel Darling served at the reduction of Goadaloupe in 1810, and was severely wounded in 
the left knee by a musket-shot in storming the heights of Matauba. Proceeded to the Peninsula, and 
joined the 51st Light Infantry at Castello Branco. in May 1812 ; engaged on the heights of 
Sao Christoval, the battle of Salamanca, and surrender of the Retire at Madrid ;, employed with his 
regiment before Burgos ; and af^er the retreat from thence he was attacked by typhus fever, and sent 
to England for recovery, in May 1812. Rejoined the army on the heights of Echallar in September 
following, and was present at the battle of Nivelle, and the subset^oent attack of the heights of St. P6. 
Appointed Major of Brigade December 1813. and attached to Major General Hay's brigade in the 5th 
division, and was employed throughout the blockade and operations before Bayoone. Appointed 
Assisfant-Adjutaot-General to the 5th division in April 1814, and remained in charge of that depart- 
ment until the embarkation of the division in August 1814. On the renewal of the war in 1815, he 
was re-appointed to the staff* as Assist^nt-Adjutant-General, and attached to the 4th division, under 
Sir Charles Colville: employed with his division in the operations connected with the battle of Wate^- 
)oo. the stotmiug of Camoray, and capitulation of Paris. 

78 Sir Wm. Lewis Herries accompanied the 9th Dragoons to South America in Sept. 1806. and 
served as a Brigade Major in the expedition against Buenos Ayres. Aide«de-Camp to Sir Eyre Coote 
on the Walcheren expedition in 1809, and was actively employed at the siege and taking of Flushing. 
Accompanied Sir Edward Paget to Spain as his Aide-de-Camp, io Juoe 1812 ; and when Sir Edward 
was taken prisoner on 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' actions at 
the Mayor's House, in front of Bidart, where he had a horse shot under him. On the 14th April 1814, 
whilst endeavouring with Lieut. Moore (now Colonel W. G. Moore) to extricate Sir John Hope from 
his horse, which in the sortie from Bayonne was killed and had fallen upon him, he received a musket* 
shot in the left knee, was taken prisoner with Sir John Hope and Lieut. Moore (both being wounded), 
and bis left leg was amputated the next morning. . 

79 Colonel St. Clair attended the Governor of Demerara nearly 400 miles up the Esseqnibo River, 
in 1807, to disperse the Indians who had collected there io great numbers to attack those Colonies. In 
1809 he was employed on the expedition to the Scheldt ; landed on Walcheren and engaged in several 
affairs with the enemy ; also present at the siege and capture of Flushing with the Royals, which was 
the first regiment that took possession of the Town. In March 1810 landed in Portugal, and served 
in the third division at the battle of Busaco. Commanded four flank companies on the retreat to the 
lines of Torres Vedras, in the actions of Pombal, Redinha, Puente de Murcella, Sabugal, and the 
celebrated movement upon Guarda ; also in the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and siege of Badajoz. In 
1812, he was employed organizing and drilling recruits for the Portuguese army in Coirobra. In 1813 
and 14 he commanded the 5th Ca9adores, and was engaged after several hot skirmishes, in the battles 
of the Nivelle and the Nive, passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonne, in which he successfully 
kept possession of a garden oo the left of the position occupied by the allied army during the sortie. 
Medal for the Nive. 

80 Colonel Paty served on the expedition to Copenhagen, in 1807. Served afterwards in the 
Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege and capture of Badajoz, 
battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid to Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees and Nivellei 
battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Dec. 1813, besides various minor affairs. 

81 Colonel Zuhlcke served the campai<;ns of 1793, 94, and 95 in Germany and the Netherlands, as 
an Ensign in the Grenadier Guards or Hesse Cassel, and was present at the siege of Mentz, action of 
17th April 1794 near Cambray, siege of Landrecyi in the Covering army of the Duke of York at the 
battles of Cortillon and Lamain. Served with the 5th Battalion of the 60th io Ireland during the 
Rebellion in 1798, including the action at GoiTs Bridge, and several others in the mountains of Wicklow. 
In 1799 he was at the taking of Surinam. Subsequently in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of 
that wario 1814^ including the battles of Roleiaand Vimiera, capture of Oporto, and battle of Tala vera, 
where he was severely wounded and taken prisoner, but escaped ten months afterwards. Appointed 
Major in the 2nd Ca^adores 22nd Oct. 1810, and was present in the lines of Torres Vedras, battle of 
Foeotes d'Onor, first siege of Badajoz, siege of Cindad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, 
•—defended with a detachnent the bridge of ValladoUd on the retreat from Burgos to Salamanca,^- 



63 War Sendees of the Cohmds. 

•etioD of San Mmooi^ Uldo of Vittork, MtioDS to tbe Pjmieti on iIm S9th, 3<Hk, tad Slit Joly, 9d4 
and 31st Aug., battlef of the Nivelle, aad the Nivt, actioii at UasliogaM» batlla of Orthei, and aciiaa 
ntar Blave. Medal and two oUepe. 

8'2 Colooel Gabriel waa employed on tbeWalchertD EtpeditaoD, in 1809. Served afterwards oa 
the Staff io the Peoiatula until ibe eod of that war io 1814. Racetvcd the Brevet rank of Major for 
the battle of the Pyreneea ; and that of Lieut.-ColoQcl for fornacr aenrices io the Field. 

83 Colonel Thomas aerved in Skdly from 1805 to 1812. Joined the 3d Battalioo of the27ih ia 
Portupl in April 1813 aad was pieaeot with it at the batilea of Vittoria and the Pvreoeea. C4Ma« 
maoded the Light Companiet of the right brigade of the 4th division at the battles of Nivelle, Orfties, 
and Tottlooae, for which he baa received a aa^al and two claspa. Served afteiwarda in the Americaa 
war; also, at tlie capture of Paris. 

84 Colooel Rowan served with the 52nd io Sicily, in 1806 aad 7 ; on the expedition to Swadca, ia 
1808 i in the Peninsula nnder Sir John Moore, m 1808-9 ; at Wakberen. in 1809. indadiog tba 
bombardment and surrender of Flushing. In Portugal from 26(h Jan. to Ist June 1811, including the 
action at Sabogal. Subseoueotly in the Peninsula and »ooth of France from 10th Jan. 1813 to the cod 
of that war io 1814, including the battle of Viitoria, paaaage of the Bidassoa, battlea of the Nivelle, 
Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, together with the intermediate affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
and was present at the battle of Waterloo. Received the Brevet-rank of Major for the battle of Oithcs ; 
and that of Lieut.-Colonel for former aervices in the field. 

85 Colonel Shaw Kennedy aerved with the 43rd at the aiege of Copenhagen and battle of Kiogo. in 
1807. In the Peninsula from 1808 to 1812 inclusive, and was present at the action of the Coa, siege 
and capture of Ciudad Rbdngo and Badajos. and battle of Salamanca. Served also the campaiga of 
1815, inclodtng the battles of Qnatre Bras and Waterloo. 

86 Lord Sandys accompanied the 10th Hasaara to the Peninaola in 1812, and was prese n t in the 
actioo at Morales, aad baitles of Vittoria and Pampeluna. Served also tlie campaign of 1815, aa an 
Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington » and was preaent at the battle of Waterloo. 

87 Sir Thomas Henry Browne served at the sie^ of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; at the captare of Mar- 
tinique, in 1809 (wounded). Setved afterwards m the Peninsula aa a Deputy. Aaaistant-Adjotant- 
GeBNBral at the bead-qoarten of the Duke of Wellington ; and, subsequently, at the head-quartets ef 
the Austrian, Russian, and Pruasian armiea, as Aide- de •camp to Lord Stewart During the Peaia* 
solar war he was preient in every actioo, from the battle of Salamanca lu that of Toohmse, and received 
a sabre cut on the head at the battle of Vittoria. 

68 Colonel Wilson served the campaign of 1799 in Mysore, with the 19th Light Dragoons, iodod- 
ine the battle of Malavelly, and siege of Seriojiapatam. Campaign of 1800 io pursuit of Dhooodkia 
Waogb ; campaigo of 1803 against the Mahrattaa. Acted as Aide-de-camp to Colooel Gillespie ia 
qoelliog the mutiny at Vellore, in July 1806. Severely wounded at the battle of Assaye, right ana 
shattered by a grape-shot, and two slighter wounds, — his hone received three bayonet wounds. Medal 
for Scrionpatam. 

69 Colonel Howard served on the Continent, in 1793 and 94 ; in St. Domingo and the West India 
lalands, from 1796 to 1799. Served also in tba Peoiosnla, aad was most severely wounded at the 
battle of Talavera, 27tb July 1809, and made prisoner. 

90 Colonel Maclachlaa was honourably mentioned in Colonel Gillespie's despatch, for his eondact 
at the soppressioo of tlie mutiny at Velloie, in 1806, on which occasion he was the aeoior officer pre- 
sent, and severely vrounded. 

91 Colonel Nicolls with 13 Volunteers in a boat of the BUinehg frigate, boarded aad captured, oa 
the 3nl Nov. 1803, the French armed tni^Alhiom from under the guns of Monte Cbrisie, St. Domingo, 
— io this action he was severelf wounded by a musket-ball, which entering the abdooien and oooung 
out at his right aide, lodged ia Um arm. On board the Standard at tlie posMge of the Dardaaellea oa 
the 19th Feb. 1807. On the 26th June 1808. with a boat's crew, be boarded and captured the Italiaa 
gun-boat Voip§ neer Corfu. Present at the reducuon of the Island of Anbolt, in May 1809. Sevorely 
wounded at the attack on Fort Bowyer, 15th Sept. 1814. 

91* Colooel Baloeevis proceeded under Sir David Baird to Corunna. in 1808; from tbenoe la 
Lisbon, and waa appointed Major of Brigade to Major-General R. M*Keniie's Brigade ; aenrad 
throughout the whole of the war in Spain, and was present at the battles of Talavera aad B«saeo» 
retreat to ibe linee of Torres Vedras, oocupetion of them and subsequent advance, battle of Fueotaa 
d'Onor — for which be received the Brevet rank of Major ; aiege of Ctodad Rodrigo, covering th« aiega 
of Badajos. aiotmiog of Fort St. Michael, aiege of Burgoa, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, aad 
battle of Toulouse, at which battle he sucoeded to the command of the 3fd Battalion of the 27th Regt. 
Embarked at Bourdeauz for North America ; on arriving theie be was appointed Assasiant-Qnaiter- 
Master-General, aad waa present at the battle of Plattsborg. Gave up his Staff situatioa and proeeadad 
to New Orleeas. Preseat at the cafiturB of Paris aa Aide-de-camp to Sir Manley Power, aad aaivad 
afterwards with the Aimy-of-Occupatioo. 

92 Colonel Wetham served with the 40th io Holland, in 1799. Abo on the aipedition to Souck 
America, and was severely wounded at the Assault of Monte Video, — right leg amputated. 

93 Colonel Goldie served ia the Peoinsala from March 1809 to Nov. 1813, iacludiag the puasagw 
of the Douro, battles of Tabvera, Busaco, Albuhera, Vittoria, aod the Pyreneee. besides many other 
minor actiona and skirmishes. Severely wounded in the Pyreneas on the 30th July 1813, by a maskea- 
ball which is still lodged in the Innga— this wound was long ooosidered mortal* Medal for Albabera« 



War Services of the Cohnels. 63 

94 Colonel Thomas Wildmaa served with the 7th Hussars in the campaign of 1808-9 under Sir John 
Moore, and was present in the cavalry engagements at Mayorga, Benevente, and throughout the 
retreat to Corunna. Subsequently in the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 and 14, inclnding the invest- 
ment and sarrender of Pampelona, the battle of Orthes, and intermediate affairs. Served also the 
campaign of 1815 as Aide-decamp to the £arl of Uxbridge, including the action at Quatre Bras, 
retreat on the 17th, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was slightly wounded. 

94"^ Colonel Bowles served in the north of Germany in 1805 and 6, under Lord Cathcart. Present 
at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 1807. In the Peninsula from 1809 to 1814 (excepting the 
winters of 1810 and 11), and was present at the passage of the Douro ; battles of Talavera, Salamanca, 
and Vittoria ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajos, Burgos, and San Sebastian ; capture of Madrid ; 
passages of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and Adour ; and the investment of Bayonne. Present at the 
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the capture of Paris. 

95 Colonel Godwin served with the 9th at the Ferrol, in 1800 ; m Hanover, in 1805-6 ; in Portu- 
gal from Sept. 1808 to July 1809, including the passage of the Douro. In 1810, marched from 
Gibraltar in command of the two flank companies to Tarifa ; proceeded from thence with Lord Lyne« 
doch to the action of Barrosa and was severely wounded. Served also throughout the Burmese war 
undef Sir Archibald Campbell, from the landing of the troops in May 1824 until (he Peace in Feb. 
1826. During this period he had held six separate commands against the enemy : in one he csptured 
the forti6ed town of Martaban, 30th Oct. 1824, and ultimately the province ; on the 8th Feb. 1825, he 
captured the fortified position of Tantabain, and took 36 pieces of Artillery together with a quantity of 
other arms. He was also present at every action with the enemy (except those in Dec. 1824, when he 
was still employed at Martaban), particularly at Sembike on the 1st Dec. 1825, when in command of 
the advanced Guard he carried the front face of the enemy's position. Commanded the 1st Biigade in 
ikva, composed of H.M.'s 41st Regt. and the 12lh and 18th Regis, of Native Infantry. 

96 Colonel Robbins served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 7th Hussars, and was 
teverely wounded at Waterloo. 

97 Colonel Rainey served with the 82 od at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; the 
campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, also the retreat under Sir 
John Moore. Accompanied the Regt. to Walcheren, in 1809, and was present at the surrender of 
Middlebursh, siege and capture of Flushing. Joined the army in the Peninsula, in May 1812, and 
served as Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Bradford during the siege of the Forts of Salamanca, battle of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, retreat therefrom, actions at Torqnemada and Duenas. 
Served afterwards in the Portuguese service in advance through theTrosos Montes in 1813, at the 
battle of Vittoria, actions of Villa Franca and Tolosa, storm of the fortified convent in front of San 
Sebastian, at both the sieges and storm of Sao Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, 
battles of the Nive on the 9th and 10th Dec. — severely wounded : wounded also at the siege of San 
Sebastian. Served in France with the Army-of-Occupation from the capitulation of Paris in 1815 to 
the end of 1818. 

98 Colonel Dalyell 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 Peninsula with the Regt. in 1809, 
where he served until the end of that war in 1814 (except an absence in consequence of a wound), 
including the action of the Coa near Almeida, battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines at Lisbon, advance 
after Massena. actions of Pombal, Redinha (wounded), Foz d'Arouce, Casal Nova, and Sabugal-^ 
severely wounded ; battles of Vittoria and Toulouse, for which last he received the Brevet rank of 
Major. Served also in the campaign of 1815, and was present at tlie capture of Paris. 

99 Colonel George Lewis served in Sir Richard Strachan's action, 4th Nov. 1805. Commanded a 
battalion of Marines in the American war, including the action at Bladensburg, attack on Baltimore, 
and various skirmishes in the Chesapeak. 

100 Colonel Adair's services : Battle of the Nile ; siege and capitulation of the Castle 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 becalmed under the batteries 
of that town ; on board H.M.S. Genereux, at the capture of La Diane^ French frigate. Served also at 
New Orleans. 

101 Col. Connolly served in Lord Bridport's action, 23rd June 1795. In 1796 served in the 
Mediterranean, including the evacuation of Bastia, capture of Porto Ferrajo, and destruction of Mar- 
tello Tower in St. Fiorenzo Bay. On board H.M.S. Excellent in the battle of Cape St. Vincent, 14th 
Feb. 1797. Capture of Admiral Perrie's squadron off Toulon in 1798, consisting of three frigates and 
two brigs. On board the Hannibal^ in the battle of Algesiras, 6th July 1801, wounded and taken 
prisoner. On board H.M.S. Penelopef in the action off Flushing and Ostend, under Sir Sidney Smith, 
16th May 1804. Present at the siege of Copenhagen, and capture of Danish fleet in 1807, and at 
Nyeboorg in 1808. In 1812, on b^rd H.M.S. Hamadryad^ when attacked by Fiench privateers ; 
debarked with detachments at Scheveling, and took possession of the Hague in 1814. During the 
above periods he has been very frequently engaged with the enemy in affairs of gun-boats and batteries, 
&c. &c. He has received a reward from the Patriotic Fund. 

102 Colonel Dumas served at the blockade of Malta, in 1799 ; in Egypt, in 1801 ; at the battle of 
Maida, in 1806 ; and again in Egypt, in 1807. Medal for services in Egypt. 

103 Colonel Payler served ia Sicily in 1806 and 7 ; the campaign of 1808-9 under Sir John Moore ; 

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64 War Services of the Colonels. 

and tabieqiMDtljr in the Peniiuula under the Duke of Wellington, inclodiog the batlle ol Foentet 
d'Onor, tiese of Ciudad Rodrigo, and batllet of the Nivelle and Nive. 

104 Sir Maxwell Wallace eenred the campaign of 1815, and was preaent in the action at Qaatre 
Bras, the retreat oo the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. On the 16th June 1816, he waa appointed, 
by Major-General Baron Dornberg, Orderly Officer, to assist his Brigade-Major Captain Robais : the 
General*a Aide-de-CanBp Captain Kraucheoburg being taken prisoner the following day, he took 
Robata aa Aide* de-Camp, and named Captain Wallace Acting Brigade- Major ; and, Robaia beiog 
killed on the 18th, the Duke of Wellington confirmed Captain Waliaoa on the Major-Generars reooro- 
mendation. 

106 Colonel Kdward Wildman aerved in the Peoinaula with the 4th Dragoons from April 1809 to 
Sept. 1811, and again from July 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talnveia 
and Busaco, action at Redinha, battle of Albuheia, retreat from Salamanca to Portugal, battica of 
Vittofia, Pyreneet* Tarbea, and Toulooae. Served also the campaign of 1816. and had three horses 
killed under him at Waterloo. Received two severe aabie wounds in the head and arm, and made 
priaooer at the battle of Albubera. 

106 Colonel the Honourable John Finch served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the 16th 
Huaaars, and was engaged at the battles of Vittoria (aabre wound), Orthea, and Toolouae. He vraa 
also present although not peraonally engaged at the battles of the Pyrenees and the Nive. Aceom- 
panied Lord Combermere to India as his Military Secretaiy, and was preaent at the siege and capture 
of Bburtpore. 

107 Colonel Barlow aerved in India under Lord Lake,daring the campaigns of 1803, 4, and 6. and 
waa preaent at the siege of Deig, battle of Fottyghur, siege of Bburtpore, and battle of Afalghur. 
Served also at the captures of Bourbon and the Isle of France, in 1810. 

108 Colonel Moore aerved in the Peninaola, France, and Flanders, and waa severely wounded and 
taken prisoner at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. 

108* Sir Henry Floyd served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in the Peninsula, as Aide-de-Camp la 
Sir Wm. Henry Clinton, indudins the battles of Biar and Caatalla, aiege and blockade of Tarragona, 
in conveying orders to Onlal, and subsequent blockade of Barcelona. Served the campaign of 1616 
with the lOth Huaaars, and was preaent at the battle of Waterloo. 

109 Sir Aoguattts d'Este served at New Orleans on the staff of Sir John Lambert, and behaved 
with great gallantry. 

110 Colonel Cochrane landed with the first army in Portugal on the 3rd Aug. 1806, and aerved ia 
the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and 11, and part of 1812, including the battles of 
Roleia, Vimiera, Tuavera, and Busaco, action of Redinha, aiege of Oliveufa, firet siege of Badajoa, 
aiege of Ciudad Rodrigo. Scived nearly two years in Canada during the American war, aa 
Aide-de-Camp to the Governor-General and Commander of the forocs, Lieot.-General Sir George 
Prevoat 

111 Colonel Hector Madaine served in the Peninsula, and has received a nedal for the battle of 
Nivelle. 

Ill* Colonel Wetherall waa in action with a squadron of French frigatee in the MoaamViqQe 
channel in June 1810 ; in the attack of a squadron of French frigates in Port S.E. of the Isle of France 
in July 1810. At the attack and conquest of Java in 1811, aa Aide-de-Camp to Major*Geoeral 
WetheralL 

112 Colonel Carter was present in many of the actions of the Mahratta war. Commanded the 
Grenadiers of the 84th at the taking of the Isle of France, in 1810. 

113 Colonel the Honourable G^rge Anson served the campaign of 1816 with the Scots Fuailier 
Guards, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

114 Colonel M*Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, including the skirmishes 
at St. Eupbemie, battle of Maida, atuck on Scylla Castle, and capture of Catrone. Campaian of 1807 
in EgYpt, includins tbe attacks in the Desert, and siege of Rosetta. Campsi^ in Hollana, in 1809, 
incluoiOK the attacks and captorea of Ter Vere and Flushing. Campaigns in the Peninsula during 
part of 1813 and 14. Capture of Coisica in Maj 1614. Wonnded tJiroogh the right aboulder by a 
musket-shot at the battle of Maida. 

116 Colonel Nickle served with the 66th in theactioa of tbe 2od July 1807, before Boenoa Ayraa; 
volunteered and led the Forlorn Hope en the 6th July, and was very severely wounded, and hie party 
all either killed or wounded. Served, with the exception of about five months, during the whole oSt tkie 
Peninsular war from 1609 to tbe embarkation of his regt the 86th, in 1814, at Bordeaui for North 
America, including the pnssage of the Douro, battles of Talavera and Busaco, second siege of Badajoa, 
tbe retreat and advance of the army to and from the Linee at Torrea Vedias, battle of Vittoria, sortie 
from Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre and 
Taibes, and battle of Toulouse (very severely wounded), independent of a great many ikirmisbes of 
advanced and oul-posta. Served afterwards in the American war in the affair of Plattabnrg, whef« be 
led tbe advaooe acroaa the Sarinac River, aiMl waa wounded. Upon tbe breaking out of the Inaurree* 
tion in British North America in the winter of 1637, Colonel Nickle volunteered his aervicaa there. 
Medal for tbe batUe of Nivellob 

116 Colonel Mackintosh served in tbe Peninsula with the 3d Dragoon Guards from August 1612 to 
the tod of Ihal war in 1614, including the retreat from Madrid to Salamanca and action at Alba de 
Toimea, retreat to Ciudad Rodrigo and action at San Munoe, paasage of the Tormes above Salamanca 
•ad aitftck on tlie French renr-giiard under General Villale, action at Hormasa before Bur^oe, battle oC 



IFar Services of the Colonels,. 55 

Vittoria, iovettment of Pampeluna, action at Tarbes/ attack on the Frencfa caYaliy rivr-gQard at St. 
Gaudens, aod battle of Toulouse. 

117 Lord Hotham aerved in the Peniniula with the Coldttream Guards from April 1812 to Feb. 
1814, with the exception of a short absence in consequence of a wound received at the battle of Sala- 
nsDca. So^ed also the campaign of 1816. and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

118 Colonel Ellis served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 15, with the Grenadier Gaaids, and 
was present at the defence of Cadiz, action of San Munos, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the 
^ivelle, Nive, before Bayonne, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo. Severely contused at Quatre Bras, and 
severely wounded at Waterloo. 

119 Colonel Higgins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. In 1806 he was at the 
landing and taking of Maldonado, in South America ; at the affair at San Carlos» in which he was 
sightly wounded and had his horse shot ; also at the siege and taking of Monte Video. 

120 Sir Wm. Robert Clayton accompanied his regiment, the Royal Horse Guards, to the Peninsula, 
in Oct. 1812, and commanded a aquadron at the battlea of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and at the period 
when Marshal Soult attempted to relieve Pampeluna. In 1816 again accompanied hia regiment to 
the Netherlands, and waa at the battles of Quatre Bras, Genappe, and Waterloo. 

121 Colonel Macadam landed in Portugal 1st Aug. 1808, with the 9th, and aerved thronghont the 
whole of the Peninsular war, including the battles of Roleia and Viroien, passage of the Douro, 
defence of Tarifa, afllairs on the retreat from Burgos in 1812, siege and storming of San Sebastian 
(twice wounded, and commanded the false attack on the breach on the night of the 29th of August), 
passages of the Bidaasoa (shot through the body) and Adoor, several ailairs connected with the invest- 
ment of Bayonne, and also the repulse of the sortie, besides a varied of minor affairs, and other 
desultory services during the Penmsular war. Proceeded to Canada with hia regiment, and aerved 
the campaign of 1814. 

122 Colonel Spink served with the Light Company of the 12th in several actions in the Travancore 
war, East Indies. Severely wounded through the leg when leading a night attack against the enemv'a 
position at St. Mary in the island of Bourbon. Present also at the capture of the Isle of France, hia 
company forming the advance on landing, and repeatedly engaged previoua to its capture. 

122* Colonel Mansel served with the )Oth in the Mediterranean; subsequently with the 63rd in the 
Peninsula, and was severely wounded at the battle of Toulouse. 

123 Colonel Hay accompanied Sli Thomas Brisbane to the Peninsula as his Aide-de-Camp in 1812, 
aod was present in all the general actions and affairs until the close of that war in 1814. Severely 
wounded and had a horse shot under him at the battle of Vittoria. Accompanied Sir Thomas with a 
division of that army to America. 

^ 124 Colonel Dobbin served with the 19th in the Travancore war, in 1809; at the capture of the 
Kaodian territories in Ceylon, in 1815. Also actively employed at the head of the Grenadier company 
throughout the Kandian campaign of 1818, and received the thanks of Sir Robert Brownrigge on three 
occasions in general orders, for a series of services against the insurgents. 

126 Colonel Druromond served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from Jan. 1813 to the 
end of that war in 1814. 

126 Colonel Melville Browne serred as aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer in the battlea of Roleia, 
Vimiera, Busaco. Fuentes d'Onor, and the different affairs during the retreat of Massena from Portu- 
gal. Served also at the siege of Flushing in 1809, as aide-de-camp to General Gore Browne. 

127 Colonel Fleming served in India, Bourbon, and at the capture of the Isle of France. 

128 Colonel Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grensdier Guards, from March 1813, to the 
cad of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, and investment 
of Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1816, and was present at the battles of Quatre Bras aod 
Waterloo, aod taking of Peronne. 

129 Colonel Byam served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 16, including the battles of Salamanca, 
Vittoria, Orthes, and Waterloo, besides minor affairs. Severely wounded by a grape shot while carry- 
ing the regimental colour of the 38th at Salamanca, and slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

130 Colonel Prendergast aerved in the Peninsula with the Scots Fusilier Guards, from Dec. 1811, 
to March 1814, and was present at the battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos and 
retreat from thence, affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, sieges of Badajoz and San Sebastian, attack at 
St. Jean de Lux, battle of the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne, siege of the Citadel, 
sod repulse of the sortie. 

131 Colonel Drake served with the army on the Elbe, under Lord Catbcart, in 1806 and 6 ; in 
Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore, 1808-9; with the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809; in 
the Peninsala in 1810 and 11, as aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer; and in 1812 and 13 on the 
staff of the Quarter- Master 'General in the Peninsula. 

132 Colonel Stisted served in the Peninsula with the 1st Royal Dragoo^a, from June 1811 to the 
tad of that war in 1814. 

133 Colonel Salwey aerved the campaigns of 1813 and 14, with the Coldstream Guards, and waa 
present at nearly all the actions in the Pyrenees, the crossing of the Bidassoa, capture of St. Jean de 
Lnz, battle of the Nivelle, Heighta of Bidart, crossing tha Adour, investment of Bayonne and repulae 
of the sortie. 

134 Colonel Garwood served in the Peninsula vrith the 62dy from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1812, and 
rabseqnently to the end of that war in 1814 as Major of Brigade to the Houeehold Cavalry, and to 
Major-General Lambert's Brigade in the 6th division of Infantry, including the siege and atorm of 



56 War Services of the Colonels. 

Cindad Rodrigo. where be led the forlorn hope of the light division, •■ alio at the stomiiig of Fort Re- 
naad ; battles of Vittoria, Salamanca, Nivelle, Nive, Ortiies, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 
1815. and was severely wounded at the battle of Waterloo : severely wounded also at Sabugal, and 
slightly at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo. 

135 Sir Henry Wyatt served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, with the Ist Life Guards, and was 
present at the battle of Toulouse, and capture of Paris. 

136 Colonel Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 24th from June 1809 to June 1813, including 
the battles of Busaco and Fuenies d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, and siege of 
Burgos, where he was at the taking of the Horn Work. 19th Sept. and led the storming party to iht 
breach formed by the mine on the 4th Oct. Employed in the field thioughout the whole of the Kan- 
dian rebellion in Ceylon, in 1817 and 18, as Aide-de-Camp to the Commander of the Forces. 

136* Colonel King embarked with the 11th Dragcwns for the Peninsula iu 1811, and was severely 
wounded, (right arm amputated) in the action of £1 Bodon, and returned to England in consequence. 
Proceeded aeain to the Peninsula the latter pait of 1813, with the 16th Lancers, and remained until 
the end of the war. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatie Bras and 
Waterloo. Joined the 16th Lancers in India* in 1823, and aerved as Major during the campaign at 
Bhurtporeb 

137 Colonel Roberts aerved in the Peninsula from May 1810 to Oct. 1812, and again from May 
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of Cadiz, battle of Barrosa, and capture of 
Seville. Medal for Barrosa, having commanded a field batteiy. 

138 Sir Henry Fairfax served in the Peninsula with the Rifle Brigade« in 1812, on the retreat from 
Madrid, and in the affair of San Muuos. 

139 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 tn France. Employed by Government on a apccial 
mission, and was present at the battle of Navarin, in 1827 (wounded and mentioned in Commander-in* 
Chiefs despatch) ; siege of Antwerp, in 1632 (wounded) -, campaign in Spain, in Navarre and Basque 
Provinces, to 1834. 

140 Colonel Douglas served at the capture of the Danish and Swedish West India Islands, in 1801. 
On the expedition to the north of Germany, in 1805 and 6. Peninsular campaigns from Feb. 1812 to 
March 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees (27th to 31st July); 
siege of San Sebastian from 24th Aug. to the 8th Sept. and battle of Nivelle. He has received a cross 
ibr Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, having commanded a field battery. 

141 Colonel O'Reilly embarked with the 41st for America and served on the shores of Lakes 
Ontario and Erie until the close of that war in 1815, including the action at Lundy's Lane, siege 
•f Fort Erie in Sept. 1814, and various skirmishes during that campaign. Served also throogliout the 
Burmese war; — led one of the storming parties against RaoEoon ; led the storming party against the 
enemy's works at Tantabain ; commandea the advanced- guard and crosaed the Irrawaddy in two small 
canoea lashed together, followed by the division under Sir Archibald Campbell, which marched for the 
ledoctionef the strongly fortified wqrks of Donobew ; led three companies of the 41st against the eastern 
face of the enemy's works at Sembike ; eommanded the 41st in the action at Pagahm Mew, which 
closed the war ; and commanded the rear-guard of the army from Pagahm Mew to Proroe. 

142 Colonel Charles Stuart Campbell served in Egypt with the 26lh in 1801 ; in Portugal and Spain in 
1808-9, including the battle of Corunna where be commanded the picquets of bis brigade. Eipedition 
to Walcheren, ami siege of Flushing, in 1809. Served alao in the Peninsula from 1811 to 1814, and 
eommanded the 3d Portuguese Regt. at the battle of Vittoria, as also at the siege and assault of Saa 
Sebastian — severely wounded in the thigh at the assault, the ball still remaining. Medal and a clasp. 

143 Colonel Dugald Campbell served at the Ferrol, in 1800 ; in Egypt, in 1801, including the 
battles of the 8th, 13th and 21st March (wounded). Served again in Egypt in 1807, including the 
bombardment of Roaetu. Present at the battle of Maida, 4th July 1806. Also at the capture of 
the islands of Ischia and Procida, in 1809. Medal for services in Egvpt. 

144 Colonel Armytage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards from March to 
July 1814. 

145 Colonel Clerke served with the old 94th at the defence of Cadis, and also until the retreat from 
Sanlarem was closed at Fuentes d'Onor, having been present in the actions of Redinha, Condeiia, 
Fos d'Aronoe, and Sabugal. Joined the 77th (alio in the Peninsula) on promotion, and served with 
it in the action of £1 Bodon, sieges and assault<i of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badaioz, including the atorm* 
iog of Fort Picurina. Severely wounded in the leg at the storming of the castle of Badi^oz. 

146 Colonel the Honoorabie Heniy Dundee commanded the 83d during the suppression of the re- 
bellion in Lower Canada in 1837, and in repelling the attacka of the American Inigands who landed 
near Preicott, Upper Canada, in 1838. 

147 Colonel Morris served in the American vrar with the 49th, and vras pieeent at the variona oper- 
ations at Fort George, and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Plattsburg. Accompanied the Regt. 
wn the China expecUtion, and commanded a brigade at the storming and capture of the heights above 
Canton, for which service he was made a CB. Commanded a brigade at the attack and capture of the 
city of Amov, and at the second capture of Chusan. Commanded the centre column of attack at the 
capture of the heighta of Chinhae. Commanded the force at Ningpo. and repulsed the enemy witik 
great siaugbler in their attack en that city. Commanded a brigade at the attack and capture of ibn 
enemy's entrenched camp on the hetghu of Segoan, at the attack and capture of the city of Cbapoo» 
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War Services of the Lieutenant- Cohneb. 

1 lieut-Colonel Drinkwater Bethune served at Gibraltar during the memorable siege. 

2 Lieut.- Colonel West served in Holland from Nov. 1794 to Mar 1796, and was present wlea 
the French attacked the Brilish after crossing the Waal, and the different affairs in which bis regi- 
ment (the 3d Guards) was engaged; also the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actioo 
at the landing, and those of the 27th Aug.. lOth and 19th Sept., and 2nd of Oct. Served the Kgrp- 
tian campaign of 1801, and was employed in all the affairs after the landing, up to the surrender of 
Alexandria. Proceeded with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805; to Zealand, in 1807, and ^n 
present at the siege and surrender of Copenhagen. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808. and was 
present at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, action at Salamonde, battle of Talaven, 
and various minor affairs. Received a bayonet wound iu the thigh in a skirmish, on the 2d October 
1799 ; and in a subsequent affair he was twice severely wounded,— on the left shoulder joint bj i 
sabre cut, and on the right side by slug-shots. 

3 LieuU-Colonel Henry Le Blanc served in South America, in 1806, and lost a leg. 

4 Lieut.*Colonel Dales was at the taking of the French Islands of St. Pierre and Miguelonn«Ar 
Newfoondland, in 1793. Served under the Duke of York in Holland in 1799, including the taking 
of Hoom, and actions of the 2nd and 6th Oct. Severely contused on the shoulder by a musket-sboi 
in the action on the Sand Hills on the 2nd Oct. 

5 Baron Bulow served three campaigns in Brabant and Flanders as a Subaltern in the 7ih*Hii- 
noverian Dragoons, and was present at the battle of Famars, sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk, 
battle of Hondscot, and retreat through Holland. Served in the Peninsula with the Germao 
Legion, at the defence of Cadis from March to 20th Sept. 1810, subsequentlv at the battle of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles of Vittoria and Toulouse. Also the campaigu of 1815, aatl 
was severely wounded at Waterloo. Medal and two clasps. 

6 Lieut.- Colonel Milnes commanded a detachmeut of the 10th doing marine duty on hoani 
H. M. S. Lis in the North Sea, in 1795. Accompanied the Expedition from India to Egvpt nod^r 
Sir David Baird, in 1801. Employed with a detachment in Ceylon during the war with Kamlr. 
Served with the 75th at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, and was engaged on three diff^erera 
assaults upon that fortress. Accompanied the 65th on the Ex^^edition to the Persian Gulf in 1809 ; 
commanded the light division at the landing and attack on Ras-el-Kbyma ; commanded the storm- 
ing party at the capture of Fort Schenass. Commanded the 65th at the capture of the Isle of 
France iu 1810; also, on service in Kattywar in 1812, and was employed against Nownuggbar. 
Commanded a brigade in Guxerat in 1814 and part of 1815 ; in Kattywar aud Cutch in 1815 and 
16; and in the Deccan war in 1817 and 18, commanded a division of the army against tbe 
Feishwa, near Poona, 16th Nov. 1817, crossed the river Moots Moola in the evening of that dsj, 
the progress of his division being obstinately opposed but without effect, by the united force of His 
Highnesses artillery, cavalry, and infantry, after which the enemy retired, leaving a great part of hit 
camp standing, and considerable quantities of ammunition in the field. 

7 Lieut.- Colonel Cooke served in the Peninsula, France, aud Flanders, and was aevervly 
wounded at Waterloo. Medal for the assault and capture of San Sebastian. 

8 Lieut.-Colonel Mansel served with the 5drd in the attack at Mome Chabot and the siege of 
Morne Fortun^e in St. Lucia, in 1796; the whole of the Carib war in St. Vincent; and at tk^ 
siege of Moro castle in the island of Porto Rico, in 1797. Joined the 2d battaliou of the 53rd 
in the Peninsula in Aug. 1811 ; commanded the light companies of the 6th Division tfarougboot 
the campaigns of 1811 aud 12, including the skirmish with the enemy's cavalry near Carpio, siegr* 
ofCiudad Rodrigo, Badajos, and the Forts at Salamanca; battle of Salamanca, and siege of Burgo*. 
Commanded a Provisional Battalion, consisting of four companies of the Queen's, and a hke 
number of the 53rd, at the battle of Toulouse. Medal and a clasp for Salamanca and Toulouse. 

9 Lieut.- Colonel Halkett served with the 2nd Light Infantry Battalion of the King's Getmsn 
Legion on the expedition to the North of Germany, in 1805-6. Landed on the Island of Rugvn la 
July 1807 ; was employed at the siege of Stralsund, and in August re-embarked at Rugen for Copen- 
hagen, where the battalion formed part of the besieging corps. In April 1808 embsrked with Sir 
John Moore*s army for Gottenburg, and from thence to Portugal; belonged to the army which 
entered Spain with Sir John, and afterwards retired through Gallicia. Accompanied the expediti^i 
to Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing. In Jan. 1811 embarked for Portugal; 
commanded the battalion at the battle of Albubera, and was at the siege of Badajos ia IBM; 
commanded the battalion during the campaign of 1812, including the siege of the forts at Sala- 
manca, action of the heights of Moresco, battle of Salamanca, and retreat from Burgos, when the 
Light Brigade K. G. L. formed the rear-guard with the cavalry, and repulsed the repeated charg«^ 
of the enemy's cavalry. In April 1813 embarked for the Norih of Germany and was employed ib 
ofgmnizittg the Hanoverian troops ; commanded a brigade of the same in Count Walmodea'a armr. 
and was engaged at the battle of Goorde^ as also ou several other occasions. In Jan. 1814 ctire* 
manded the centre of the corps which besieged and captured Glucksudt. Commsnded the nfcht 
of the corps which wu employed at the blockade of Harburg. Serred also the campaign of 181 't. 



War Servites of the Lieutenant' Colonels. 77 

umI wif pnwnt at the Imttle of Waterloo. He has receired a medal and one clasp for the battles 
of Albabera and Salamanca. 

10 Lieut.-Co]onel Manners serred in India with the Bombay army daring the second Mysore 
campaign, and was at Seriogapatam and the siege of Pondicherry. Serred also in the Peninsula, 
aod was present at the battle of Busaco, pursuit of Massena, actions of Foa d'Arouce, Sabugal, and 
tA Bodon ; commanded the 74th at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor and at the siege of Ciudad Ro- 
drifro»-^commanded the flank companiea at the assault ; present at the first siege of Badajoz, and 
socceaded to the command of the regt. at the last siege ; present at the battle of Salamanca, capture 
of Madrid, and retreat from thence. Again commanded the regt. at the battle of Orthes, and was 
alio present at the battle of Toulouse. He has received a cross. 

11 Lieut.-ColoneI Pelly serred the Egyptian campaign of 1801 with the 2d battalion of the 27th, 
aod was present in the actions of tbe Sth, 13th, and 21st March, together with the other operations 
daring that campaign. Serred in the Peninsula with the 16tb Ught Dragoons from 1809, nntil. 
2dd Oct. 1812, and was present at the battles of Oporto, Talarera, Busaco, and Fnentes d'Onor, as 
well as in many other minor aflfaira, until 1812. Commanded tbe regt. during the greater part of 
the retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, when the regt. and the lat Hussara of tbe King'a 
Geraan Legion formed the rear.guard of cavalry, and the advance-guard in the forward movement ; 
00 both these occasions they were engaged with the enemy almost every day. On the 23d Oct. 
1812, commanded the rear-gnard of caralry on the retreat from Burgos, haviug frequentlr charged 
the enemy during the day, — at about 4 o clock in the evening he was sererely wounded in two 
places, and his horse being killed under him in a charge against a very superior force, he was made 
priaoaer, and remained in France until tbe peace in 1814. 

12 Lieut.-CoIonel Hunt accompanied the 52d to the Ferrol in 1800, and was present in the 
action of the Heights. Accompanied Sir John Moore as his aide-de-camp on the expedition to 
Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal, in 1808, and aerved throughout that arduous campaign until 
tbe embarkation of the troopa at Corunna. Serred with the 2d battalion during the Walcheren 
campaign. In Jan. 1811 embariced with tbe regt. for the Peninsula, and was present in the pur* 
suit of Msssensy action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and all the Tarious affairs in which 
tbe light division was engaged in that campaign ; during the last three months of which and at tha 
affair near Alfayates he commanded the 2d battalion. Commanded the Ist battalion at the sieg^ 
and aasault of Badaioa, on which occasion the command of the second brigade of the light diviaiou 
<ievoIved on him : lor his conduct on this day he was promoted to the brevet rank of Lieut.-<^'olonel* 
Commanded tbe same brigade when the army went to repel Marabal Marmont from his predatory 
incursion into Portugal. Commanded the 1st battalion of the 52d throughout the campaign of 
1812, including the battle of Salamanca and action of San Munos. Served with the light diyision 
during tbe operations of Marshal Soult to relieve Pampeluna. On the 3lBt Aug. 1813, commanded 
tbe volunteers of the light division at the assault of San Sebastian, and was twice aererel^ wounded: 
for his conduct on this occasion he was promoted to an effective Lieut.-Colonelcy m the 60th* 
Medal and two clasps. 

13 Lient.-Colonel Rowan serred with the 52d on the expedition to the Ferrol, in 1800 ; in Sicily, 
in 1806-7 ; and with Sir John Moore's expedition to Sweden, in 1808. Joined the army in Por- 
togal two days after the battle of Vimiera, and serred firom that period in the reserve of Sir John 
Moore and in tbe battle of Coranna. Appointed Brigade-Major to the light brigade taken out by 
Major-General B. Craufurd in 1809 to jom the army in Portugal, and was present with the light 
division in several affaire near Almeida and at the battle of Buaaco. In 1811 appointed Aasistant' 
Adjatant-General to the light division, and was present at the siege and atorming of Ciudad Ro- 
^S^i nege and storming of Badajoa,—>slightIy wounded at the assault, and received the brevet rank 
of Lt.-Col. for this service ; battle of Salamanca, and the rarious affairs in which the light division 
was engaged from the middle of 1809 to tbe middle of 1813. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
and commanded a wing of the 62d at the battle of Waterloo, — slightly woonded. Medal and two 
clasps. 

U Lieut-Colonel Holcombe embarked with Sir David Baird's expedition to the Peninsula in 1808. 
Proceeded again to the Peninsula in 1811, and was senior officer of the British companies of artillery 
attached to the battering train at tbe sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. In May 1812 em- 
barked at Liabon as commanding officer of artillery on a secret expedition ; landed at Alicante, where 
be assumed the command of the British, Portuguese, Spanish, and Sicilian artillery attached to the 
different corpa compoaing that army, in which capacity he acted at tbe battle of Castalla. Ob- 
tained the brevet rank of Major for bis services at Ciudad Rodrigo, and that of Lieut^Colonel for 
Badajoa, — for tbe latter he has also received a medal. 

15 Lieut.- Colonel Harrison served with the50tb in Corsica in 1795, and was present in several 
skirmishes near Ajaccio. Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th and 21st 
Alarcb. Capture of Copenhagen in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, including the battles ef Roleia, 
Vimiera, and Corunna. At the capture of Walcneren, in 1809. Served afterwards in the Penin- 
tula, and was present at the battle of Fuentes d*Onor, storming of Fort Napoleon near Almaraz,— 
commanded the rigbt wing of the regt. while escalading the above fort, for which he obtained the 
brevet rank of lieut.-Colonel. Present at the affair with the enemy at Alba de Tonnes on the re- 
treat of the army from Madrid ; commanded the regt. at the repulse of an attack at Bejar, present 
u the battle of Vittcria; conunanded the legt. in the actions ui the Pyreneea on the 26th, 27U:^ 

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28tb, 29tb, 30tb, and dUt Jaly 1813 ; also at the b&ttle of St. Pierre aear Bajoniift, aotion at Aim, 
battlea of Orthes aod Toulouae. Medal and two clasps. 

16 Lieut.- Colonel Cotber covered the landing of tbe force under Sir David Baird at the Cape of 
Good Hope in 1806; was present in tbe genenij action at Blue Berg, and in all tbe operations that 
took place until tbe surrender of tbe colony. Was afterwards embarked on board the sqaadioo 
under Sir Home Popham, doing duty as Marines, during which period the French frigate La Tiw 
\untair9 of 38 guns was taken. Covered the advance of the force under General Berevford at tbe 
reduction on the rirer Plate, and was engaged in every affair which took place at and in theTicinitv 
of Buenos Ayres ; and on the surrender of that place was taken prisoner, together with the whole 
force, and marched nearly 1000 miles into the interior. Landed in Portugal in 1808. and com- 
manded the light companies of the brigade under General Ferguson at the battles of Roleia and 
Vimiera : was afterwards engaged in every affair with bis regt. (the 7l8t) on the retreat to Coranns 
and in the action at that place. Landed again in Portugal in 1811, and was engaged at Arroyo de 
Molino, when General Gerard was surprised and all his cannon and 1200 prisoners taken. Com- 
manded one of the storming parties when the forts at Almarax on the Tagus were taken, for whi^ 
be obtained the brevet of Lieut.-Colonel. Commanded the Tlst at the battle of Vtttoria, on which 
occasion he received three musket^balls through his clothes, one in the saddle, and was also wounded 
by another. He also served eleven years in Ceylon, and commanded in the Eastern ProTinces in 
the Kandian country during the Kebiellion in 1818. Medal for Vittoria. 

17 Sir Julius Hartmann served with the Hanoverian artillery in the Netherlands in 1793 and 
94, and was present at tbe battle of Famara, aiegeof Valenciennes, battles af Frixpoede and Honds- 
cote, defence of and sortie from Menin, on which occasion he was made a prisoner. Commanded a 
troop of horse artillery of the King's German Legion on the expedition to the Continent in 1805, 
under Lord Cathcart. With the expedition to Gottenburg in 1808. Went to Portugal with the 
army under Sir John Moore, in command of the artillery K.G.L. and was present at Uia taking of 
Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, action of Campo Mayor, and taking of Olivanfa* Com- 
manded artillery of the allied army at the battle of Albuhera and at the affair of Arroyo de Molino. 
Present at the sieves of Badajox and at the forts of Salamanca. Commanded the artilleiy of the 
4tb and 6th divisions at tbe battle of Salamanca. Present at the taking of the Retiro at Madrid ; 
commanded the reserve of artillery at the battle of Vittoria ; and the advance to San Sebaalian. 
Commanded the artillery of the left attack at the siege of that fortress ; and the artillery of the 
left column at tbe passages of tbe Bidassoa, the Nivelle, the Nive, and the Adour, and also before 
Bavooae. Sir Julius has received a cross and two clasps. 

18 Lieut.-Colonel Browne served in Holland in 1794 and was taken prisoner at the aurrender 
of Grare. Served aftenvards in the West Indies with the 60th from the commencement of 1796 
to June 1809, and was present at the captures of St. Lucia and Grenada, the attack on Porto Rico, 
and surrender of Surinam. Proceeded to the Peninsnla in 1810, and was attached to the Portuguese 
service ; present at tbe battle of Bosaoo and attack on the forts of Salamanca : commanded the 
9tb Ca^adores at the battle of Salamanca, aiege of Burgos (from 19th Sept. to 2 1st Oct.), blockade 
ofPampeluna, actions in the Pyrenees near Pampeluna from 28th to 30th July; actions n««r 
Ordax on the Slst August and 7th October, battles of tbe Nivelle and Mive, and action near 
Bayonne on the 13th Dee. During the above service he was three times wounded. He baa received 
a croas. 

19 Sir Richard Church served at the Ferrol, in 1800 ; the Egyptian campaign of ISOl.inriading 
the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, and taking of Alexandria. Served afterwardain 
>iaples, Sicily, and Calabria, and was present at the battle of Maida, and defence of Capri, at 
which last he was wounded in the head. At the capture of Ischia, in 1809 ; on the expedition to 
tbe Ionian Isles, and at the taking of Zante and Cephalonia. Severely wounded in an attack on 
Stellaura, — ^left arm shattered by a muaket-sbot. 

20 Sir Jamea Malcolm aerred on board the Channel Fleet in the firat American War. In action 
off Gibraltar in Oct. 1782, under Lord Howe. Also in Sir John Duckworth's action with the 
French Fleet off St. Domingo, on the 6th F eb. 1806, when the whole of the enemy's Une-of-battle 
ships were either taken or destroyed, and for which service he was made a Breret-Major. In July 
1812 appointed to the command of the 2nd battalion of Royal Marines, and aerved 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 summer campaign of 1813 in tbe Cheaapeak. In October waa ordered with the 
battalion to Canada; and, in conjunction with 200 of the Canadian Fencibles, joined the corps of 
obaervation on Genwal Wilkinson**B army. In May 1814, he led the battalion when they atomed 
the American fortreaa of Oawego. Commanded another battalion at the battlea of Bladenaboi^ aod 
Baltimore, and in several afihira on the coast 

21 Lieut. -Colonel Plenderleath served with the 49th on the expedition to the Baltic, and was 
present at the battle of Copenhagen on the 2d April 1801. Served afterwards in the American 
war, and commanded the regiment in the actions of Stonev Creek and Chrvstler's Farm, aa well as 
in affaita of leas importance. He was severely wounded at Stoney Creel : and he baa received a 
nedal for Chryatler's Farm. 

22 Lieot.'-dolooel Armatrong aerved with the Light Infantry Companiea of the Goardaon tbe 
expedition under Sir Eyre Coote to Oalend, in 1798. In August 1799 he sailed with tbe 1st 
iMOtaUon of the Colditieam on the expedition to the Ueldoyr, tad waa preaent in the diffeiuntactiona 



War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels » 7 9 

which took ploee daring the campaign in North Holland. Commanded the battalion in Hanorer 
under Lord Cathcart, in 1805-6 ; alao at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807. 

23 LieuL- Colonel Hawkins served in the Peninsula with the 68th, and has leceiTed a medal 
and two clasps for the battles of Vittoria, the Pjreneea, and Nivelle. 

24 Lieat.-Co]oDel White served with the 48ih at the capture of St. Ijoeia in 1796. Accompa- 
nied it on the expedition up the Mediterranean in 1799, and was present at the capture of Malta 
earl J in the following jear. Joined the army in the Peninsula in 1809, and commanded the regt, 
at the battle of Vittoria and in the Pyrenees, where his horse was shot under him, and himself 
wounded in the leg, and dangerously in the ribs ; present also at the action of Vera. Medal 
and one clasp. 

25 Lieut.- Colonel Macdonell serred in the American war, and has received a medal for the 
■etion at Chanteaugusy. 

26 Lieut.-Colooel Galiffe served in the Peninsula ; was slightly wounded at the battle of Tala- 
Tera, and has received a cross for the battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

27 Li«ut.-Co]onel Herford served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and carried the colours of 
the 23rd in the action on the landing *, he was also present in the actions of the 13th and *2l8t 
March. Accompanied the Regt, on the expedition to Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and at the siege and 
capture of Martinique, in 1809. Joined the army in the Peninsula in 1810, and was present at 
the pursuit of Massena, action at Redinba, capture of Campo Mayor and Olivenf a, siege of Bada- 
joi, and battle of Albuhera, where he received a rifle-ahot through the calf of the leg, and a 
musfcet-ball in the right breast which was extracted from the back having passed through the 
lungs. Rejoined the Army in the Peninsula in 1813, and commanded the Regt. at the battles of 
Orthes and Toulouse. 

28 Lieut,-Co]ooel Muttlebury joined t{ie55th then encamped before Nimeguen, and served the 
severe winter campaign of 1794-5, in Holland. In Admiral Cbristian*a fleet during the dreadful gales 
which proved fatal to so large a proportion of ahips; after which ho was preseutat the taking 
of St. Lucia, where he was employed eleven months against the Brigands, durinsr which period the 
55lh lost 25 officers and upwards of 600 men. Served with the reserve of the army under Sir 
Halph Aberoromby at the Holder, in 1799. In November 1813 embarked with 2od battalion of 
the 69th for Holland, and was present at the bombardment of the French Fleet at Antwerp and the 
storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, — for bis conduct at the latter, although made prisoner, he was 
hotioured with the Brevet rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Served also the campaign of 1815, includ- 
ing the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo,— early on the latter day he succeeded to the command 
of the Reginaent. 

29 Lieut.-Colouel Wilkins served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798, and was wounded at 
New Ross. Landed with the force that occupied Madeira in 1801. From thence proceeded to the 
West Indies, where he was employed on the staff. In 1809 joined the 95th, now the Rifle Brigade, 
and embarked with the corps on the Scheldt expedition. In 1810, commanded a detachment of the 
i^gimeut in the defence of Cadiz, and a battalion in 1812 at the battle of Salamanca, — received a 
oiedal for the latter. Accompanied the army to Madrid, and aided in covering the retreat into 
Portugal. In 1813, advanced with the army to within range of the fuus of Burgos, when the 
enemy abandoned the fortress. Was present at the battle of Vittoria, and in several minor affairs in 
following the retreating army to Pampeluna and San Sebastian, Volunteered his services at the 
Btorming of the latter, but the honour being subsequently claimed by a senior officer, he re>assumed 
the command of the 2nd battslion, and was sharply engaged with the enemy at the bridge of Vera. 
Served in the campaign of 1815, including the advance on the 16th June, retreat on the 17th, and 
was in the command of the before-named battalion on the field of Waterloo, when by a discbarge of 
grapcKshot from the enemy's Artillery, both himself and horse were felled to the ground. In 1817 
he joined the army of occupation in France, but from the berioua effects of his wound, was com- 
pelled to return to England. 

30 Lieut.-Colonel M. Wm. Bailey was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

31 Lieut.' Colonel Miller served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was severely 
wounded at Waterloo. 

32 Lieut.-Colonel Dorville aerved on the Staff with the cavalry under Lord Paget during the 
<»mpaign of 1808-9, including the actions of Sabagun and Benevente. With the Ist Royal Dra- 
goons in the subsequent campaigns of 1809, 10, 11, 12, and 13, including the actions of Redinha, 
Stbugal, Fuentes d'Onor, and Aldea de Ponte; aLK> the various affairs of out-posta during the dif- 
ferent advances and retreats, viz. at Frexadas, Nave d'Aver, Llera, and others : at Llera he saved 
^ squadroon when attacked by a whole brigade of French Cavalry which attempted to suprise them. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

33 Sir Henry Pyun served in Ireland with the South Down Militia during the Rebellion, in 
1798. Embarked with Sir Brent Spencer's Division in 1807, and was employed with the 82nd in 
oicily ; subsequently disembarked at the Mondego in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleiu 
ud Vimiera. AtUched to the Portuguese troops on the 15th Nov. 1809, and was present at the 
batUa of Busaco. Commanded a corps of light infantry at the battle of Fuontes d'Onor and siege 
ofBadajoa in 1811 ; commanded the 18th Portuguese Regiment in Lord Hill's corps d*arm6e 
M>rering the siege of Badajoz and atorming the Citadel in 1812 ; battle of Viltpria, action at the 
°aas of Maya, battles of the Pyrenees on the 28tb and 30lh July (severely wounded), action of 



80 fFar Services of the Lieutenani-Cplanels, 

Ganis, battle of Orthes, aotioD of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Sir Henry baa reeelviMl a medal 
and two clasps. 

34 Lieut.' Colonel Robertson served tbe campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, in Flanders and Holland, 
under the Duke of York, and was present at tne battle of Famars, siege of Valenciennes, and b«- 
•merous other actions. Served on tba expedition to tbe North of Germany under Lord Catbcart 
in 1805-6 ; and to Zealand in 1807. Also with tbat under Sir John Moore, first to Sweden, and 
afterwards to the Peninsula, where be was present in the action near Grijon, capture of Oporto, 
battles of TalaTora and fiusaco, retreat to the Lines before Lisbon, subsequent advance and pursoit 
of the French, siege of Ciudad Kodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoa, action at Canizal, batUe of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, action of Osma, battle of Vittoria, actioua of Villa 
Franca and Tolosa, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidasaoa, attack of the fortified posttioa 
before St. Jean de Lux, actions before Bidart and Bayoune on the 9th, 10th, 11 tb, and 12lh Dec, 
passage of tbe Adour, attack and capture ofSt. Etienne, investment of Bayonne, and repulse of the 
sortie. Commanded bis regiment at the battle of Waterloo, and was severely wounded. 

36 Baron Baring served in Flanders in 1793, and was present at the siege of Valenciennes, and 
battle of Hondtchoote. Employed at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; the campaign of 1008-9 
in Spain, under Sir John Moore ; and on the expedition to Walcberen and siege of Flushing, in 
1809. Joined the army in tbe Peninsula in 1811, and was present at tbe first siege of Badajoa, 
battles of Albubera, Salamanca, Vittoria, the heights of Vera, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Tarbeey and 
Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterioo. 

37 Lieut-Colonel Leach served with tbe Rifle Brigade on the expedition against Co|>enbBrea, 
in 1807 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of that war in 1814, includiiig 
the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Busaco, action of the Coa, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras. 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajos, battle of Salamanca, retreat from 
Madrid, battlea of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, passage of tbe Bidassoa and attack on tbe enemy's 
position at the Pass of Vera, battles of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, lOtb, lltb, and 
12th Dec. action at Tarbea, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous affairs of van and rear 
guarda ana skinnisbes. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras 
and Waterloo, at which last the command of the Ist battalion devolred on him. Colonel Leach 
bas received several contusions, tbe first at Roleia, the next at the Coa, and again by a fragment of 
a shell at Waterloo. Obtained the Brevet rank of Major for bis conduct at Vittoria, and tbat ef 
Lieut.-Colonel and CB, for Waterloo. 

38 Lient.*Colonel Wilson served witb tbe 4tb on the expedition to the Holder in 1799, and was 
present in tbe actions of tbe 2od and 6th October. Siege of Copenhagen, in 1807. Expedition 
first to Sweden and afterwaida to the Peninsula, under Sir John Moore, including tbe retreat 
through Spain and battle of Corunna (wounded). Accompanied it to Walcberen in 1809. Joined 
the army at tbe Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, and was afterwards present in tbe pannit of 
Massena, ^aotion of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d*Onor, sction at Barba del Puerco, atoiming of 
Badajoa (severely wounded). Aide*de*Camp to Major-General Pringle at tbe battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madnd anji the Retire, siege of Burgos and retreat therefrom, affair of Villa Moriel, 
battlea of tbe Nivelle, tbe Nive and St. Pierre, Orthes, and St. Palais. Serred also tbe campaign 
of 1815 ; commanded the 4th at tbe battle of VVaterloo and was wounded. Medal for Badajoa, 

39 Lieot.-ColoneI tbe Honoorable Dawson Damer accompanied Lord Cathcait to linaaia aa his 
Aide-de-Camp in 1812. Attached to Sir Robert Wilson, and waa present with the Rossiao Anay 
at the retreat of tbe French Cavalry from Mosouw. In 1813 present with tbe Allied Army at the 
battles of Lotien, Baotsen, Wortaen, and Culm. Attached to Count Walmoden, and was present 
at tbe operations before Hamburg and in Holstein in 1813. In tbe spring of 1814 entered France 
with tbe Allied Army and was employed with the Corps d'Arm^e serving in the Low Conntries, 
In tbe same year appointed Aasistant»Qnarter-&Iaster* General to tbe Anny under the orderaof the 
Prince of Orange; and in June 1815, waa present in the same capacity at the battles Qustxe Bras 
and Waterloo. 

40 Lieut.-Colonel O'Donoghue served at the attack on Fenol, in 1800; in South America, ia 
1807. including the capture of Maldonado, siege and reduction of Monte Video. At the defiraee 
of Cadis and Tarifa in 1810 and 11. including the defeat of tbe French in the assault on Tarifa in 
December 181 1. Returned to the defence of Cadis, in 1812, and after tbe French were eompelled 

o raise tbe siege, be joined the Duke of Wellington's armv then retiring from the siege of Burgee. 
Served the M&ratta campaigns of 1817-18 ; sod in the Burmese war in 1824 and 25. Wounded 
n the right leg during the aiege of Tarifa* 

41 Lieut.-Colonel the Honourable Robert Moore served in the Peuinsula with the Coldatraam 
Guards from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. Also the campaign of 1815, and waa 
aeverely wounded at Waterloo. 

43 Lieut-Colonel Keane aerved with the 23rd on the expedition to the North of Germany, in 
1805 ; in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to and battle of CoruBn&i 
Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 7th Hnssars, and as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Hnaeey 
Virian, from Nov. 1813 to tbe end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Orthes and Toulonae. 
Also the campaign of 1816 in the same oapaeity, and waa present at the battle of Watedoo aad 
captore of Paris. 



fFar Sertnces of the ZietUenant-Coltmels, Bl 

44 Lieat.»Colonel Purvis Berred in tlia PeniiiBula with the Royal Dngoons, and has deceived H 
medal for the battle of Vittoria. 

45 Lieut-Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of the Royal Artillery, has receired a medal for the 
bittle of Salamanca. 

46 Lieut.>ColoDel Madox served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was present 
at the battle of Waterloo. 

47 Lieut-Colonel Fuller serred with the 59th at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806 ; 
tbaPeoinBula campaigns from Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, siege of 
San Sebastiao, and battle of the Nive, where he was wounded in the shoulder and thigh. Cam^ 
paign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray, and capture of Paris. 
Comfflanded the Regiment at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore» in 1826-6, under Lord Com- 
bermere, and was slightly wounded in the arm. Medal for San Sebastian, having commanded the 
Regiment there. 

48 Lieut.-Colonel Taylor served in the Peninsula with the9tb, from Aug. 1808 to Feb. 1813, 
and again fronT Oct. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battlea of Vimiera 

wounded), Bosaco, and Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, action of VilU Muriel (wounded), and 
•|julse of the sortie from Bayonne. 

49 Lient.-Colonel Bell served with the 48th at the blockade of Malta and siege of La Valetta. 
Also in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Douro, 
battle of Albuhen (wounded), action at Aldea de Ponte, siege of Cindad Rodrigo, siege and assault 
of Badajos (severely wounded), battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenes, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
He has received a cross for the four last-named battles, having on those occaaions commanded the 
regiment. 

50 XJeut-Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of 35th regiment, served at the siege of Fort Bour- 
boD and capture of Martinique, in 1808-9. Present with the 3d battalion of the Royals in the 
retreat from Burgos in 1812, and in the subsequent eanipaigns of 1813 and 14, including the action 
at Osma, battle of Vittoria, assault on the convent of San Sebastian 17th July, assault on the 
town 25th July (severely wounded) ; and on the 31st Aug., although suffering from the effects 
of his wottnd» was present and engaged at the successful sssault on San Sebastian, where he com- 
inaaded two companies ordered to tne breach in advance of the first brigade of the fifth divisiim, 
and was at the surrender of the castle on the 8tb Sept. Engaged at the passage of the Bidassoa, 
iMttte of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 10th, Uth, and 12th Dec, and repulse of the 
sortie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo, where he was severely wounded. 

51 Lieut.-Colonel Brock served in the Peninsula with the 4dd Light Infantry from Aug. to Novl 
1808. June to Dec. 1811, and from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles 
of Vimiera and Vittoria, action at Vera, passage of the Bidsssoa, battles of the Nivelle and the 
Nife, actious at Arcangues and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and various skirmishes and affairs 
of out-posts. Also in the attack on New Orleans ; and afterwarda at the capture of Paris. Served 
is theCoorg campaign in India, where a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a conspicuous and 
distinguished part. Severely wounded at the battle of Vimiera by a musket'Sbot which passed 
completely through the ankle bone which it shattered most severely. 

52 Lieut.- Colonel Reed served at the siege of Flushing, in 1809; and in the Peninsula fiom 
Jane 1811 to March 18l4,includiag the actions at and heights above Moresoo, battle of Salamanca^ 
ospturo of Madrid and the Retire, action at Olmas, and battle of Vittoria, where he was severely 
wounded in the right shoulder. 

53 Lieut.- Colonel Moore served with the 15th at the siege of Fort Bourbon and capture of Mar- 
tinique, in 180K9 ; and capture of Guadeloupe, in 1810. 

54 LieuL-Colonel PhiUott served as Lieut, of the 35th in the Grenadier Battalion forming part 
of the Reserve, in the expedition to the Holder in 1799. With the 35th at the blockade and cap- 
ture of Malta in 1800. Commanded a Company in the Light Battalion at the battle of Maida, in 
1806. Served with the 35th during the Egyptian campaign of 1807, including the storming of the 
Lines to the westfmrd of Alezsndria and subsequent capture of that city ; also with the second 
expedition sent from Alexandria against Reset ta, and was present during the blockade and subse>> 
quent retreat. Accompanied the expedition which sailed from Sicily for the Bay of Naples, and 
was present at the capture of Ischia and Prodda. 

54* Lieut.-Colonel Tavnton served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798. In 1801 he was at 
the capture of the Danish Islands, and Island of St. Martin, in the West Indies. In 1803 at the 
ettsok and capture of Su Lucia and storming of the fortress of Mome Fotun^e ; also at the attack 
and capture of Tobago. Served on the Staff of General Maitland at the attack and capture of the 
Dutch colony of Surinam. In 1807, be was at the second capture of the Danish West India 
Islands ; in 1809, at the attack and capture of Martinique, including the siege of Fort Bourbon : 
alao at the attack and capture of the Saintes Islands. From 1811 to 1813 he served in Sicily, and 
vss employed as acting Deputy- Adjutant-General, and some time at the head of the .Department* 

55 Lieut.-Colooel Elwin served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the 44th, including the 
Actions of the 13th and 21at March, together with the detached service on which his battalion was 
«ogaged after the Sand-hills were ti^en on the 13th, in drivinff back a strong pioquet of the French 
*Qd two howicaer guns, which had kept up a destructive fire tor some time on the right of the lina. 



82 fFar Services of the Lieutenant^Coloneb^ 

In 1818 ha Itnded in Sicily in command of five companies, and accompanied cbe expeditioii to 
Italy under Lord Wm. Bentinck. Serred afterwards in the Peninsula until the end of that war ift 
1614, most part of the time io command of the left wing of the 44th ; daring this period he was 
twice wounded near Tudela, once severely and once slightly. Commanded the 44th at the capture 
of Paris. Medal for services in BgTpt. 

56 Lieut.-ColoDel Carlyon servMl with the 66th in the Nepaul war under Sir David Ocbtertony, 
67 Lieut.-Co]onel Patrick Campbell served with the 52nd on the expedition to Ferrol and Cadia, 
in 1800 ; in Sicily in 1806 ; on the expedition to Gottenburg, in 1808 ; and subsequently in the 
Peninsula, France, and Flanders, during the whole of the wsr, inclading the retreat to Comnna, 
action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedrss, and all the actions in the 
advance to Sabugal, where he was severely wounded and sent to England for recovery. Rejoined 
the army in the advance to Madrid . and served in the subsequent retreat to Portugal, battle of 
Yittoria, attack on the heights of Vera, twice wounded at the head of the 52nd. Commanded it 
also at the battles of the Pyrenees, the Nivelle (the 88th French regiment surrendered to the 52nd 
on this occasion), the Nive (9tb to 13th Dec.)> >nd a wing at Orthes (wounded), and was prasent 
at the battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, incluuiog the battle of Watarfeo. 
Medal and a clasp for the battles of the Nivelle and the Nive. 
. 58 Lieut.-Colonel Stone has received a medal for the battle of the NiveUe. 

59 Lieut.-Colonel Trafiford served in the Peninsula, and was present at the battlea of Talarera 
(wounded), Albuhera, Busaco, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

59* Lieut..Colonel Basden's services : Mabratta war of 1803, 4, and 5, including the Uking of 
Berhampore, Asseerghur, Argaum, lAsslgaum, Cbawdore, Jaulnah, and Gawilleghur. Anaerican 
war in 1813 and 14, and was engaged at Long Woods (severely wounded in the thigh) ; Fort Erie, 
Black Rock, Buffalo, and battle of the Falls (wounded). Served also throughout the Burmese war. 

60 Lieut. -Colonel Oates, during eight years' active service in the West Indies, waa frequently 
engaged with the enemy, and twice severely wounded, vis. in the right side by a musket-ball at 
Cote de Fer, and in the left ankle in an attack near Port au Prince. Served also five yeara in the 
East Indies and in Egypt, and creased the Desert under Sir David Bsird. With the expedition to 
South America in 1807. Subsequently throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, including the 
battles of Talavera (severely wounded' on the head by the bursting of a shell), Busaco, and Fuentas 
d'Ooor ; 2nd and 3rd sieges of Badajos.—sererely wounded at the storming of Fort Pieurioa ; bat- 
tles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Orthes, — severely wounded through the right thigh: Medal for aer^ 
vices in Egypt. 

61 Lieut.-CoIonel Fitxgerald served the campaign of 1815 on the staff of the Qnartar-Maater- 
General, and was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

62 Lieut.-Colonel Pratt served with the 82nd at the aiege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; 
in Portugal and Spain, in 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to and 
battle of Corunna. At Walcheren, in 1809, and was severely wounded at the investment of Flash- 
ing. In 1813 he was appointed to the Quarter- Master-General's staff of the army on the eaatem 
coast of Spain, and served with a portion of that army in Italy and in the south of Fianee until the 
oloae of the war in 1814. 

62t Lieut-Colonel Spottiswoode served with the 7 let in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, 
and afterwards under the Duke of Wellington ; he was with the storming party at Badajoa, and 
was severely wounded in the spine. 

62* Lieut.-Colonel Charles Campbell served in the Peninsula with the old 94th ftom Jan. 1810 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of Cadis, purauic of Maasena, acCioos of 
Redinha, Condeixa, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentea d*Onor, second siege of Badajoa, action of £1 
Bodon, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, aiege and storm of Badaioa, battle of Salamanca, cap- 
turs of Madrid, battles of Vittoria, the Pyreneea (26th, 27th, and 2801 July), Nivelle, and Orthes ; 
aflair of Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse. 

63 Lieut.-Cmonel George Tovey served in Calabria with the 20th, and was present at the battle 
of Maida. Served also in the Peniusula from July 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from Oct. 1812 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battlea of Vimiera, Talsvera, Vittoria, and the Pyi«' 
nees (25th July to 2nd August) ; siege of San Sebastian, battles of the NiveUe, the Nive (9th t» 
13th Dec), and Orthea. 

64 Lieut.- Colonel Angelo served with the expedition to Egypt, in 1807 ; on the coast of CaU- 
bria, in 1808 j with the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; with the army to Catalonia in 1812 and 
13, as an Assistant- Adjutant-General. Attached to the Austrian army, and acted as Aide-de-c^mp 
to Mftjor-General Count Nugent in the campaign against the Viceroy of Italy ; present at the aiege 
and capture of Trieate, Cattaro, and Ragusa, and in various aervices in the Adriatic. 

65 LieuL-Colonel Sail served at the taking of Maldonado and Monte Video, in 1807. Also ta 
the Peninsula from 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the repulse of the sorti« 
from Bavonne. 

66 Lieut.-Co]onel Bunco served on board I1.M.S. Bedford, at the battle of Camperdown, naJer 
Lord Dnnoan, and capture of the Dutch Fleet, 11th Oct. 1797. In 1799 landed from the fleet ttmi^ 
Lord Nelson at the siege and capitulation of St. Elmo at Naples, surrender of the caatles of Low 
and Nuovo, and the siege and fall of Capua* Landed from the fleet at the sie^ of Malta, in 1800. 
Served in Egypt, in 1801* In May, 1806, he aommaod^d the seamen and manaes landed from the 



War Services of the LieutenaTU- Colonels. 83 

«)u«drcm under Sir Sydney Smith, et the atteok and o&ptnre of the island of Capri, and was after- 
wards at the fall of Oaeta. Commanded the battalion of marines landed from the fleet under Sir 
Robert Stopford during th.e attack and capture of Java, in 1811 ; attached to the adyance under 
General Gillespie at the storming of the intrenched lines and fortifications of Comelis, and received 
bis thanks in public orders ; also thanked in the field at the head of his battalion, by Sir Samuel 
Attchmuty, the Commander-in-chief of the Forces. He was afterwards at the fall of Gresil and 
Sourabaya, two of the enemy's strongest sea-ports. Independent of the above, he has been fre- 
quently engaged in boat actions. Medal for Java. 

67 Lieut.-Colonel M'Mahon, being then a Lieut, in the Clare Militia, served at New Ross, 
Vinegar-hill, and the re-capture of Wexford, in Ireland, from the rebels, in 1798, and during the 
invasion of that country immediately afterwards by a French army. In 1800 he served with the 
27th iu the attack ou Ferrol, and in the demonstration that was made on Quiberon Bay, Belleisle, 
and all along the coasts of France and Spain to Cadis. Served in the Peninsula with the 5th ( Rifle) 
battalion of the 60tb, from 1808 to 1813, including the advance on Opoito in 1809, battle of Busaco, 
retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, advance from thence, investment and opening of the trenches 
before Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, covering the 3rd siege and the capture of Badajoz, atorming 
the forts at Almarax, capture of a strong column of the enemy at Arroyo de Molino, besides many 
minor affairs. 

68 Lient.-Col« Terry served the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 25th, including the battle 
of £gmont-op-Zee. Expedition to Egypt and surrender of Alexandria, in 1801 ; capture of Madeira, 
in 1807 ; capture of Guadaloope and St. Martin's, in 1810 ; recapture of Guadeloupe, in 1815. 

69 Lieut. -Col. Whelan served in the American war with the lloyal Newfoundland Fencibles. 

70 Lieut-Colonel Linton served the campaign of 1815, with the 6th Dragoons, and was present 
at the bsttle of Waterloo. 

70* Lieut.-Co1onel Grieve served at the aiege of Tarragona. 

71 Lieut.-Colonel Turner served with the lltb, at the taking of Madeira, in 1607 ; the Penin- 
•ukr campaigns from July 1809 to Jan. 1814, including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of 
Torres Yedras, pursuit of Massena, battle of Fuentes aOnor, action of £1 Bodon, second siege of 
BadBJcB, siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, affair on the heights of San Christoval, capture of 
the forts and battle of SaUunanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos, affiur at 
Oimas, retreat from Burgos, defence of the bridge of Valladolid, investment of Pampeluna, battles 
of the Pyrenees on the 28th, 29th, and 30th Julyi and battle of the Nivelle, besides being engaged 
in twenty-eight ekirmishea and trifling actions. Dangerously wounded throojgh the left shoulder 
l>y a musket-shot whilst pressing the rear-guard of the enemy in the evening after the battle of the 
NifeUe. Commanded and brought three companies of the 11th out of action in the Pyrenees on 
the 29th July. Led the attack of the 6th division at the battle of the Nivelle, and brought the 
light Companies of the Brigade out of action. 

72 Lieut.-Colonel Coles served in South America with the 14th, in 1807, including the opera- 
tions previous to, and storming of Monte Video. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from Aug. 
1808 to Nov. 1811, and again from April 1813 to the end of that war in 1814 ; present with the 
40th at the battles of Holeia, Vimiera, and Talavera ; with the 4th Dragoons at Busaco, Albuhera, 
and Uaagre; and with the 12th Light Dragoons at the passage of the Bidassoa, the Nive, and the 
Adoar. 

73 Lieut -Colonel Eden served the campaign in Java in 1811 with the 22nd Light Dragoons, 
iaduding the actions of the 10th and 26th Aug. Aide-de-Camp to Sir Thomas Hislop at the battle 
of Maheidpore, and during the Mahratta war in 1817 and 18. 

74 Lieut.-Colonel Story served in the Peninsula with the 3rd Dragoon Guards from Aug. 1809 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Buaaco, actions of Redinha, Campo Mayor, 
and Los Santos, siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, action of Usagre, siegea of Ciudad Rodrigo 
and Badaioc, action near Salamanca on the 26th May 1813, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampe- 
luna and battle of Toulouse. 

74* Lieut.-Colouel Cross served in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, with the 
sxception of a short period in 1809, including the campaign and battle of Corunna, action at 
Almeida on the Coa» 24th July, 1810 ; battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Redinha (wounded), 
Miranda de Corro, Fox d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 3rd and 5th May, 1811 ; 
aiege of Ciudad Rodrigo, actions of San Munoz and San Millan, battles of Vittoria, Lasaea Bridge, 
l^idssaoa. Vera, 7th Oct., Nivelle, Nive 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec. 1813), Orthes, Tarbes, and Tou- 
louse. Received a severe contusion ou the 18th June at Waterloo. Col. Cross served in the 
l^ight Division as a volunteer, with the 1st battalion of the 52nd Light Infantry when effective in 
2nd battalion, from 31st Deo. 1812 to July, 1816. 

75 lieut.-ColoneI Fraser served the campaign of 1815 with the 42nd, and was wounded at 
Qoatre Bras. 

76 Lieut-Colonel Shoe served the early part of the campaign of 1809, in Portugal ; and the latter 
and of 1809 and the years 1810 and 11, with the Sicilian army. Served also the Peninsular cam* 
paigna of 1812, 13, and 14, with the Portuguese army. 

77 Lieut.-Colonel Hartley served in the Peninsula with the 57th, from Aug. 1813 to the end of 
that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Nivelle. Served afterwarda in Belgium. 

78 Liettt.-Coloael James Campbell served with the 51st^ at the capture of Kandy in Ceylon, ia 



84 War Serviees of the IJeutenant^ColaneU. 

1B03 ; the eunpaign of 1808-9 in Spain, indading the battle of Conxnua. Alto tlie eampaigiia of 
1811, 12, 13, 14, and 15, under the Duke of Wellington, including the aeeond siege of Badajox, 
battlea of Vittoria, the Pjrenees (on the 26th and 28th Jul/), heighU of Lesaea, NiToUe and St. 
P6, Orthes, and Waterloo ; and atormiog of Cambray* 

79 Lieot.-Colonel Chester served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action near 
Bergen, 2nd Oct. Serred also the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, including the actions at Bene* 
vente. Villa Franca, and Lugo, and retreat to Coninna. 

80 Lieot.-Col. Dixon served with the 11th at the capture of the Danish, Swedish, French, and 
Dutch cobnies in the West Indies, in 1801, under Sir Thomas Trlgge. 

81 Lieut-Col. Geddes serfed with the 27th in Calabria, in 1806 ; at the capture of the island 
of Procida, in 1809 ; in Sicily in 1810 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battlea 
of the Ntyelle,the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, at which last he received e severe wound which 
broke the left thigh bone near the hip-joint. • 

82 Lieut.-CoIonel Gilmour served at the capture of Isohia, Zante, and Cephalonia, in 1809 ; and 
of Santa Maura, in 1810. Served afterwards on the eastern coast of Spain, and was present at ths 
battle of Castalla ; engaged with the enemy on several occasions covering the retreat ; and 
employed in the batteries against Tarragona. After leaving Spain he went to Genoa, under Lord 
WnuBentinck. 

83 Liettt.-Colonel Leslie served with the 29tb. on the secret expedition under Sir Brent Spencer, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Dec. 1811, and again from Feb. 1813, includ- 
ing the battles of Roleia and Vim^era, capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, first siege of Badajot, 
and battle of Albohera, besides skirmishes and affrays at oot-poati. At the battle of Talavera he 
was severely wounded in the right leg, where the bail still remains. 

84 Lieut.- Colonel Wolrige was present at the attack on New Orleans, on the 8th Jan. 1815. 

86 Lieut.-Colonel Beckwith served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons, from July 
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of the Nivelle, and battles of the Nive oo 
the 9th and 10th Dec. Served alio the campaign of 1815, and was present at the retraat on the 17tb 
June and at the battle of Waterloo. 

86 Lieut.-Colonel Robertson served with the 25th at the taking of Madeira in 1807 ; at the cap- 
ture of GoadakMipe, in 1810 ; and again in 1815. 

86* Liettt.-Colonel Robinson served in the Peninsula from June 1809 to October 1813, inelud* 
ing the battles of Talavera and Busaco, lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena, action at Campo 
Mayor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajos (shot through the left nrai at the 
aasault, 6th April, 1812) ; battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid, battles of Vittoria and the 
Pyrenees, (severely wounded, left leg fractured) 28th July, 1813. 

87 LieuL-Colonel Maclean served with the 13th Light Dracoons in eveiy action and elTair in 
which it was engaged in tbe Peninsula, from Dec. 1810 until wounded and taken prisonet at 
Couchea, 13th March 1814. Was present with bis regiment during the Waterloo campaign ; 
engaged in command of the rear-guard for the brigade on the 7th June, and throughout the aetion 
on the 18th. Accompanied the 13th Dragoons to India in Feb. 1819 ; was employed in eornmand 
of a cavalry brigade with the field force at the reduction of Kumool, and served uninlerropiedly 
with his regiment for twenty- two yeara, when he returned with it to England, and was ptaeed on 
half-pay as 2ud Lieut.-Colooel. 

88 Lieut.-Colonel Gawler served in the Peninsula with the 52d from Nov. 1811 to the end of 
that war in 1814, including the siege and assault of Badajox, battles of Vittoria, pass of Vera, the 
Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor afiaira. Served also the oampeign 
of 1815, and was present at tbe battle of Waterloo. Wounded below the right knee by a musket- 
shot at the stormiog of Badajos, and in the neck by a musket-shot at San Munos. 

89 Lieot.-Co]onel Kettlewell served at Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and in Ceylon during the rebel- 
Uon in 1817 and 18. 

90 Lieut.- Colonel MarshsU served at the battle of Copenhagen. 

91 Lient.-Co]onel Finnan served in the Peninsula with the 82d, in 1812 and 13, and was pr^ 
sent during the retreat from Madrid, at the battle of Vittoria, and at the pass of Maya, at which last 
he was twioe wounded. 

92 Lieut-Colonel Ball served in the Peninsula with the 34th. from June 1809 to Nov. 1813, in- 
eluding the battles of Busaco and Albuhera, siw of Badajos in May 1811, actiona at Arroyo da 
Molioo and Almaraz, battle of Vittoria (wounded in the head), and actions at the paaa of Maya 
(severely wounded in the left leg). 

93 Lieut-Colonel Hughes served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 , with the 24th. Engaged with 
a French squadron in the Moeambique channel, 3d July, 1810. Served the Nepaul campaigne of 
1814, 15, and 16, and was wounded at Harriapore. Served also during the Mahratta war of 1816, 
17, and 18. Meidal for services in Egypt. 

94 Lieut.-Colooel Wm.Cox served with the 95th (Rifle Brigsde) at Copenhagen, in 1807, end 
was present in some skirmishes near that city, and afterwards at the action of Kioge. Served af* 
terwards in the Peninsula from June 1808 to Jan. 1809, from May 1809 to Sept. 1810, and from 
Sept. 1812 to May 1814, including the skirmish at Obidos, bsttlee of Roleia and Vimieim, letrrat 
to Coranna, battlee of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive ; passare of the Bidassoa, battle of Ortlaee, aiM 
affair dt Tarbee. Sevwely wounded through the right leg by a musket-thot at Vittoria i in the left 



War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels, 85 

8id« at Nivelle ; and again through the right leg at Tarbes. Commanded a diriBion ander Sir 
Benjamin D'Urban on the frontier of the Cape of Good Hope during the whole of the operations 
against the CafTrea in that war of aggression on their part, and was repeatedly thanked in general 
orders. He subsequent) j served five jears in Canada during both rebellions, when beheld a 
large command in the Home and Niagara Frontier districts. 

95 Lieut.-Colonel Bridge served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier, and those on the North- 
west side of Lake Ontario, and Burlington Heights in Upper Canada, between Jan. 1813 and Aug. 
1814. Wounded 7th Maj, 1813. Permitted to wear the word « Niagara'' on appointments. 

96 Lieut.- Colonel i'umor served in Hanover with the 14th, in 1805 and 6. The campaign of 
1 808-9 ,JncIuding the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Wulcberen, and at the siege of 
Flushing, in 18^. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

97 Lieut. -Colonel John Ross served with the 51st in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, and 
was present in the action at Lugo, the retreat to and battle of Corunna. On the expedition to 
Walcheren and siege of Flushing, in 1809. Peninsular campaigns from Jan. 1811 to the end of 
that war in 1814. including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoa and storming of fort San 
Christoval in 1811, covering the sioges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoa, affair at Moresoo, battle 
of Salamanca, capture of the Retiro at Madrid, siege of Burgos and retreat from thence, action at 
San Munos, batUe of Nivelle and carrying the heights of St. Vi, and battle of Orthes. Served 
also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and taking of Cambray. Wounded in 
action at Lesaca, 31st August, 1813. 

97* Lieut.-Colonel Falls served with the 29th on the expedition to Naples with the English and 
Russian Army in 1805. He was present at the battle of Maida in 1806 ; at the battle of Corunna 
iu 1809 ; on the expedition to Walcheren the same year ; subsequently in the Peninsula, at the 
battles of the.Pyrenees, at Roncesvalles, and Pampeluna, (severely wounded), battles of the Nivelle, 
and Orlbes. Served afterwards on the expedition to Washington. In 1831 he was wounded in 
the riots at Merthyr Tydvill, in South Wales. 

98 Lieut.-Colonel Austen served with the 25tb at the landing at the Helder in Aug. 1799, and 
was severely wounded at the battle of Egmont-op-Zee on the 2nd Oct. following. Served in Egypt 
in 1801, including the surrender of Alexandria. Also at the cai}ture of Guadaloupe, in 1810 ; and 
again ^n 1815. 

99 Liettt.-Colonel Watson was 28 years in the 14th regt., the greater part of which time he 
served iu the West and East Indies, and retired from active service in consequence of total loss 
of eight. He was at the capture of the Ule of France, in 1810 ; of Java, in 1811, including the 
investment and storming of Fort Cornelis, and storming the heights of Serondole ; previous to 
which he was actively engaged on the coast when embarked on 11. M.S. Minden, and at St. Nicholas 
Point commanded a detachment of the 14th and Royal Marines, and defeated a Yerj superior 
French force of the enemy's host troops sent to attack that position. In 1812, he was at the 
storming of Djocjocarta. In 1813, at the subjugation of the Piratical State of Sambas in the 
I&land of Borneo, when be commanded the column which attacked the stockades leading up the 
town, on which occasion he was wounded. 

100 Lieut.-Colonel Nooth served with the 7th Fusiliers, on the expedition against Copenhagen, 
in 1807. With the 2d 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 Corunna. Accompanied the battalion 
to Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing. 

101 Lieut.-Colonel Lacy served the campaign of 1799 in Holland , with the 56th, and was pre- 
sent in the actions of the 19th Sept., 2nd and 6ih Oct. 

102 Lieut.-Colonel Robyns served at the capture of Martinque in 1809. In Aug. 1813 he went 
to North America, and was actively employed in the Chesapeak under Sir George Cockbum. 
Commanded a battalion of Marines at the capture of Washington and action before Baltimore, 
where be was severely wounded. Served afterwards on the expedition against New Orleans. 

103 Lieut.- Colonel Briggrs served with the 28th at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 
1807 ; proceeded afterwards to Sweden under Sir John Moore, and subsequently to Portugal, 
where he landed with his regiment immediately after the battle of Vimiera ; he was afterwards 
present at the passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, the Nivelle, the Nive, 
Orthes, and Toulouse ; the s<ege of Badajoz, and Lord Hill's action before Bayonne, 13th Dec. 
1813, besides all the minor aff^airs connected with the above mentioned actions. 

104 Lieut.-Colonel M at be wson 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 Seringapatam in Feb* 
1792. He again served before Seringapatam in 1799. In tlie year following he served in Malabar 
and Canara, and was wounded when leading the Forlorn Hope at the assault of the Fortress of 
Jamaulabad. In 1801 he was actively employed during the campaign in the district of Cotiote ; 
wss often engaged, and at the reduction of several posts. In 1802-3 he was on service in Guxerat, 
and was present at the siege and reduction of Keria and of Brodera ; also in field actions, and in 
that of the 6th Feb. 1803, on the banks of the River Mehie, he received a 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 from a spear when crossing the ditch at the assault on the 9th Jan. ; ha 
was also wounded by an explosion of gunpowder on the breach, when leoding on assaulting party 
on the 2 lit February. In 1808 he was employed with his company of the Royal York Rangers 

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86 }Var Services of the Lieutenant- ColoneU. 

on board the line of battle ahips York and V<mp€* at the blockade of Martintqne, and vffli activate 
employed at the reduction of that laland, haying on landing a detached eommaod ; and be draw 
np and signed on the spot tbe capitulation of Pigeon Island on the 4tb Feb. 1809. He waa also 
actively engaged the same year at the capture of the Saintes. In 1810 be serred at the captare of 
Guadaloupe ; was engaged in the action of the 3rd Feb.. and commanded that part M his regt. 
which on the following morning took possession of the Pont de Nosiere and captured the French 
force and guns at that post. In May following he accompanied, as an Assistant Quarter* Maaier*- 
General, the force sent to the capture of the Island of St. Martin. In 1816 he waa again engaged 
at the capture of Guadaloupe, where he was the first individual who landed, in command of tbe 
advance on the 8th Aug. and on the following day he sustained a aeriooa injury when tn puraait of 
the enemy down the Hill of Palmiote and across the river Gallion. 

105 Lieut.-Colon6l Knight commanded the 11th Portuguese regiment at tbo battle of Vittoria* 
and has received the medal. 

106 Lieut.-Colonel Clancfay served in Hanorer, under Lord X^atbcart, in 1805 and 6; with tbo 
expedition to Madeira, in 1807, and capture of the lines of Funchal. The Peninsular canpeign« 
from Sept. 1808 to the end of that war m 1814, including the hattle of Buaaoo* retreat to the lines 
at Torres Yedras, and the subsequent advance and pursuit of the French army under Maasena ; 
actions of Pombal. Redinha, Condeiza, and Sabugal ; first siege of Almeida and ita anbaeqoeflA 
blockade, battle ot Fuentes d'Onor, retreat from Burgoa, and aoaling the heighta of the Ecbalar. 

107 Lieut.-Colonel Diggle was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

108 Lieut.-Colonel Lynch served in Ireland, witb the 29th, during the rebellioa, in 1798 ; also 
at the landing at the Haider, in 1799, and the whole of that campaign. With the 6th Weat India 
Kegt. at the attack and capture of Surinam, in 1804. Witb the 63rd at Walcheren, in 1800 ; alaa 
at the attack and capture of Guadaloupe, in 1815, — severely wounded. 

108* Lieut.- Colonel Knox served with the 1st Battalion of the 31st in Eg^pt in 1807, and waa 
severely wounded at Rosetta. He afterwards served witb the second Battalion in the PeniasoU, 
from 1808 to the spring of 1814, and wss present at tbe battles of Talavera, Albubera (aever«ly 
wounded), Butaco, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, and at St. Palais, where he waa 
aeverely wouoded, being shot through the body, and lost his right arm* 

109 Sir John Scott Lillie served in tbe 6th regt. with the first expedition to Portugal in 18(A), and 
wss present at the battle of Vimiera, and capture of Lisbon. In 1809, as captain in the Lnsitaniaa 
Legion, in various engagements for the defence of Portugal durinff the important interval be t we en 
the embarkation at Corunna and tbe return of the second expedition to Lisbon. Campaign of 
1810 — battle of Busaco, and retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras. 1811 — actions of Pombal and 
Redinha, capture of Campo Mayor, siegee of Oliren^a and Badajoa. 1812 — ^battle of Salamancm, 
capture of Madrid, and retreat from Burgos. 1813 — actions at Aldea de Ponte, Gama, and bndga 
of Subijaoa de Morellas (wounded), battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampelttna, actiooa in tbe Pyre» 
nees on the 24th, 25tb, 26th, 28th, and 80th July, actions of Irun and St. Martial, capture of 'San 
Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle (wounded), and tbe Nive^ 1814 — ^battle* 
of Orthes and Toulouse, at which last he was severely wounded and left for forty •eight boara on tfaa 
field of battle, supposed to have been killed. Sir John has received a crosa ror the battlaa of tbe 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Ortbes, and Toulouse. 

110 Sir Edward Brackenbury served with tbe 61st in Sicily, in Calabria, at Seylla CaaUa, aad at 
Gibraltar, in 1807 and 8. In the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of that war In 1814, indiiding 
the battles of Talavera and Busaco, lines at 1 orres Vedras, pursuit of the French from Portttgal» 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming and capture of Badajoa, — horse shot in advancing to tba attaick ; 
battle of Salamanca, — took a piece of artillery from the enemy, guarded by four soldieia dose to 
their retiring column, without any near or immediate support ; retreat from Burgos, aetionaat Villa 
Muriel and Osma (horse shot), battle of Vittoria, siege, two assaults and capture of San Sebaatiaa, 
passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, actions in front of Bayonaa near tba 
Mayor's house, on the lOtb, llth, and 12th Dec. (slightly wounded and bona abot), blockade of 
Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. 

111 Colonel Oriando Jones accompanied tbe 96tb to Hanover, and aerved tba campaigB of 
1805-6. Embarked for tbe Peninsula in 1808, and served throughout the whole of that aod tba 
following campaigns without having been absent from bis duty for a single day, and waa pr aaa rt «t 
the battles of Roleia and Vimiera. Attached to tbe Portuguese service in April 1809, and aorved 
at the battle of Busaco, occupation of the linea at Lisbon, actions of Pombal, Redinha, Coodoixa. 
Puente de Mnrcella, Casal Nova, Ceira, Ouarda^ Fob d'Aronce, Sabugal, and Fuentea d*Ooar, 
storming the forts at Salamanca (wounded), battle of Vittoria, actions of Tolosa and Villa Frwicm 
(severely wounded), passage of the Bidaasoa, battles of tbe Nivelle, Bayonne (9th Dao^), St. Jean 
de Lus'(llth, 12tby and I3tb Dec.), paasage of tbe Adour, blockade of Bayonne, and rapvlsaof 
the sortie. 

Ill* Lieut.-Colooel Peacocke served with the 20th and afterwarda witb the 44tb in Sicilr. 
Also at the capture of tbe Islands of Isohia and Procida in 1809. In 1810 be waa appoinfod to 
tba Portugueae aervice, witb which army he aerved throughout the Peninaolar war and waa pvaae»t 
at tbe battle of Buaaco, actiona at Dois Pontos and Redinha, siege of Olivan^a, battle of Albohara* 
action at Aldea de Ponte. siege and captnra of Ciudad Rodrigo aod of Badajoa^-^ayaraly wiNnded 
at tba aaaanlt ; battlea of Vittoria, tba Pyrenaaa, and the Niyalle. 



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War Sendees of the Lieutenant- Colonels* 87 

lis Iiaiit.»Coloiial Da Lanoey served with the 9th Light Dngooaa «t Walohereii, ia 1809 ; and 
in the Feninsalt during parts of 1811, 12, and 13. 

113 Lieat.-Colouel Bayues served the campaign in Naples, in 1605; the Peninsular campaigns 
from Jan. 1819 to Jan. 1813, and was wounded in the head at the battle of Talavera. Served also 
in Holland, the Netherlands, and France, from Dec. 1813 to Nov. 1816, including the bombard- 
ment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and battle of Waterloo, where he was sUghtlj wounded in the 
&ce and body. Medal for Talavera. 

114 Lieat.-Colonel Webber was employed on the expedition to, and at the capture of, the colony 
of Surinam, in 1804. Campaign in the Peninsula, under Sir John Moore, in 1808-9 ; and subse- 
quently under the Duke of Wellington, fironi 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the 
battles of VitCoria, the Pyrenees, St. Palais, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides affairs of out-posts. 
Campaign of 1814, in Canada, under Sir George Prevost } and (hat of 1815 under the Duke of 
Wellington, including the battle of Waterloo, where he was wounded. Wounded also during the 
operations against the forts in the river Surinam, by the falling of a building in consequence of the 
explosion of a mAgazine. 

114* Lia«t.- Colonel Wells :— campaign of Portugal and Spain, in 1800 and 9, including action of 
Roleia, and the battles of Vimiera and Coruona; campaign in Holland in 1809, including the siege 
of Fluabing ; blockade of Cadia, from March, 1810, to the raisinf^ of the blockade in 1812, excepting 
about aix months' absence at Cartbagena, and with the army in Estramadura, including the action 
of Barrosa, and the laat siege of Badajos, in March and April, 1812 ; served part of the campaign 
of 1813, until the army embarked at Bordeaux in 1814, including the passage of the Bidassoa, 
blookade of Bayonne, and the taking of a work at Laredo. Campaign of 1815, in Belgium and 
France. 

1 15 Lieut.-Colonel John Browne accompanied the 4th on the expedition first to Sweden and 
afterwards to the Peninsula, where he served until Nov. 1812, and was present in the lines at 
Torres Vedras, pursuit of Masseita, action of Redinha, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajos 
in 1811 (aevereiy wounded), siege and capture of Ciudad Hodrigo. Served also the campaign of 
1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which latter he was severely wounded. 

116 Li«ut.-Colonel Crowe served in the Peninsula with the 32nd, firom July 1811 to the end of 
that i^ar in 1814, including the support of the siege of Ciudad Kodrigo, and covering the siege of 
Badajos, action at Usagre, siege and storming the forts and battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, 
actiona before Bayonne, and battle of Orthes. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely 
wounded at Quatre Bras. 

117 Lieut-Colonel Bazalgette sailed with the expedition from India to Egypt, under Sir David 
Baird, in 1801. Returned to India and aerved two oampaigns in the Dooab and Ceded Districts, 
under General Campbell. Served also on the expedition to the Penobscot, in the United States of 
North America. 

118 Ljent.-Colonel Spedding served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present at 
the battlea of Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, and Salamanca ; actions of Campo Mayor, Los Santos, 
and Usagre, besides other affairs. 

119 Lieot .-Colonel Fitzgerald commanded a brigade, as Brigadier-General of the Anglo-Spanish 
Legion, at the relief of Bilboa, in 1835, and at Mudigan Agna on the 16th, 17th, and 18th Jan. 
1836; battle of San Sebastian 5th May, passage of Uie Ursnia, taking of Passages 28th May, 
action of the Ametaagana 6tb June, general action on the heights of Ametza 1st Oct.: operations 
on the 10th, 12th, 15tb, and 16th March 1837, action of the 14th May, investment and storming 
of Imn, and surrender of Fuenterabia. For these services he haa received two medals and sevenU 
orders. 

120 Lieat.-Cok>nel Kirby served with the 54th at the attack on Ferrol, in Oct. 1800, The 
Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 6th and 13th March (wounded), and 15th 
Octobar ; also tli^ aurrender of Cairo and Alexandria. Present with the Hegt. during the mutiny 
at Gibraltar, on the night of the 24th Oct. 1802, when the 54th fired on the mutineers. Served at 
the capture of the city of Santo Domingo, in June 1809. Also on the expedition to the Baltic, 
under Major-General Gibbs, in 1813, and subsequently in that to Holland, under Lord Lyuedoch, 
including the action at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp. Commanded the four Light Com- 
panies of the 4th Brigade of Sir Charles Colville's division at and during the battle of Waterloo, 
taking of Cambray, and capture of Paris. Quelled the tumults at Manchester in 1817, under Sir 
John Byng, at St. Peter's Field, when 80,000 persons were assembled. Medal for services in 
£gypt. 

120* Lieot.-Colooel Cole aerved in Italy and Sicily in 1805 and 6. On the 18th Marc^ 1807, 
when on passage to England, he was taken prisoner by a French ship-of-war, after an action of 
4wo bonra' duration^ In 1808 he accompanied the 6l8t on the expedition to Corunna, and was in 
the whole of that service as also at the battle of Corunna. In 1809 he sailed with the expedition to 
Waloheren and waa at the siege of Flushing. Subsequently he joined the army in Spain and was 
present with the 81st at the Irattle of Caatalla, aiege of Tarragona, retreat from Villa Franca, and 
inTeetment of Barcelona. On the termination of the war in the Peninsula he accompanied his Regt. 
to America ; with which he afterwards returned in 1815 and joined tlie army in France and marched 
with it to Paris, and served with the Army of Occupation. He has been twice wounded. 

121 I^eati-Coloael Crosse served in Ireland with the English Militia during the Rebellion in 



88 War Services of the Lieutenant* Colonels, 

1798. Accompanied the 36th to Belleitle in 1800; to Ilsnorer in 1805 ; and to South America in 
1806> where he wae wounded iu the action of the 4th of July ; and again in entering Buenoa Ayrea 
with the Btorming party on the following day. Sent afterwards to Spain to command the Gueri'llaa, 
and was employed on farioua services, including the attack of the Castle of Frangirola, the action 
on the following day (wounded), defence of Tahfa, attack and capture of Vigar la Frontera, and 
battle of fiarrosa. 

122 Lieut. -Colonel Bateman sailed with the 5th on the expedition for Hanover in 1805 ; was 
shipwrecked off the Texel, and made prisoner of war. Uaring been exchanged in March 1806, 
he sailed in June followiug with the expedition under Major-General Craufurd, which landed in 
South America, and he was present at the attack of Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Peninsula 
in 1810, 11, and 13, and was severely wounded at the battle of Vittoria. Accompanied the regi- 
ment to America in 1814, and was present at Plattsburg. 

123 Lieut.-Colonel Dudgeon served with the 58th in Egypt, in 1801 ; in Italy in 1805 and 6; 
in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1813. including the battle of Salamanca and siege of Burgos, at 
which last be was twice wounded, the second time most severely. 

124 Lieut.-CoIonel Quill served with the 1 5th, at the capture of the French West India islands, 
in 1815, under Sir James Leitb. 

125 Lieut.-Colonel Daries served in South America, with the 47th, in 1806; and subsequently 
in the Peninsula, including the sieges of Cadiz. Tarragona, and Tarifa. Commanded three com* 
panies of the 47th at the breach of Tari&, on the 3 1st Dec. 1811. when the French attempted to 
•torm the town, but were driven back with great loss, together with the loss of all their artillery. 

126 Lieut.-Colooel Mitchell served with the 3rd battalion of the Royals at Walcberen, in I'dOO. 
and was present at the siege of Flushing. Subsequently in the Peninsula, from 1810 to 1812, 
including the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, action of Sabugal, and those of Masaeoa's 
retreat. Accompanied the expedition to Germany, under General Gibbs. in 1813. Served aa 
Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Maatcr*General in the campaign of 1814, in Holland ; and in the aame 
situation on the Staff of the army in Flanders, and afterwards at the head-quartera of the Army of 
Occupation. 

127 Lieut.>Colonel James Thompson served in the Peninsula with the 6th , and was severely 
wounded at the battle of Orthes. 

128 Lieut.-Colonel Norcliffe served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present at 
the battlea of Talavera, Busaco, and Albuhera ; cavalry action of Usagre, and battle of Salamanca, 
in which last he waa severely wounded and taken prisoner. 

129 Lieut.-Colonel Johnson served with the 17th Light Dragoons in South America, in 1806 
and 7, at the siege and atorming of Monte Video, and in the expedition to Buenos Ayrea, dunug 
which service the Regt. was armed with muskets and acted as infantry. 

130 Lieut.-Colonel King served in a mortar-boat in the Faro of Messina for two montha, in 1810. 
Advanced into the United States with Sir George Prevost's army, and commanded a battery agaiuat 
Plattsburg. 

131 Lieut'Colonel Macdonald accompanied the expedition to Hanover 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 wetit with the expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of lachia and Procida ; 
returned to Sicily and employed against the French army in 1811 ; in 1812 was employed in Spain, 
including the battle of Castalla, and siege of 1'arragona ; embarked for Canada in 1814, and was 
present at the operations before Platuburg. Received three wounds at Waterloo, via. in the leg. 
m the neck, and through the body, wounding the lung*. 

132 Lieut.-Colonel Mudge served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to June 1810. 

133 Lieut-Colonel Sherburne Williams served at the capture of Guadeloupe, iu 1815. 

134 Lieut. 'Colonel John Cox served, with the exception of a few months, throughout the whole 
of the Peninsular war with the 95th (Rifle Brigade), commencing with the firat affair, when his 
company formed part of tlie detachment which dislodged the French from the post of Obidos, 15th 
Aug. 1808. ^ He waa also engsged with the enemv in the following battles, sieges, affaira. &c., vis. 
Roleia, Vimiere, aurrender of Lisbon, bridge of Benevente,in front of Talavera, Barba del Puerca, 
Galligoa, Barquillo, Almeida, Mora Morta, Sula, Busaco, Alenquier, Aruda, Santarem, Pombul. 
Redinha, Condeixa, Casa Nova, Foa d'Arouce, Freixadaa, Sabugal, Almeida (10th to 14th April 
181 1), Marialva Bridge, Fuentes d'Onor, Naves d* Avar, Forcayloa, Ciudad Rodrigo (aiege and 
atorming), San Milan, Vittoria, Echarrianos, Pampeluna, heighu of Santa Barbara, pasa of 
£challar. Vera, pass of Vera, Nivelle, Nive, and Tarbes. Served alao the campaign of 1815, 
including the affaire of out-poata on the 17th June, the battle of Waterloo, and capture of Pans, 
Wounded in the right shoulder by a musket- ball at Vimiera ; compound fracture of the left arm by 
a musket-abot at the atorming of Ciodad Rodrigo ; left leg badly fractured by a mosket-ahot at 
Tarbea. 

135 Lieut-Colonel VVm. Rosa aenred in India with the 17th, under Lord Lake, in 1806 and 6. 
Present at the aiege and storming of Fort Comona, in Bengal, 18th Nov. 1807, on which occasioa 
two*thirds of the officere were either killed or wounded. Siege and reduction of FortGunnowne. 
Campaign of \WJ against the Seiks. Served the campaign of 1815 with the 14th, and was preaent 
at the battle of Waterloo, storming of Csmbray, and captun of Paris. 

137 Lieiit.*Colonal Murton served in the North Sea, and tha Uelder expedition in 1799; tn^^ 



War Services of the Lieuttnant- Colonels^ 8 9 

in the Egyptian expedition and tbe East Indies in 1801 ; the West Indies (slightly wounded) in 
1804 ; c ^ast of France, and engaged with the enemy's flotilla and batteries, in 1805 ; the Mediter- 
raiieao in 1806, engaged in cutting out the enemy *8 vessels from under batteries, and was voted a 
sword from the Patriotic Fund ; in 1809, coast or Spain, and aiding tbe Guerillas ; served in Hol- 
land in 1813. Medal for services in £gypt. 

137* Lieut-Colonel Booth's services :~ Siege of Callinger (wounded at the assault). Nepaul 
war in 1814, including the sieges of Kolunga, Nahu, and Jeiuck. Mahratta war in 1817-18, 
including the sieges of Singh ur, Lattarak, Pourunder, and Wursetta. Burmese war in 1824-5» 
wounded at the storming of Martaban. 

138 Lient.-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. 

139 Lieut.-Colonel O'Hara served iu Spain and Portugal from 1808 to 1811, including the battle 
of Vimiera and retreat to Corunna, battle of Talavera, action of the Coa, battle of Busaco. action of 
Sabugal, affairs of Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, and Foz d'Arouce ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and 
siege of Badajoz. 

140 Lieut.-Colonel Charlton served in the Peninsula with the 61st from June 1809 to Feb. 1810, 
and again from March 1813 to July 1814, including tbe battles of Talavera, the Pyrenees on the 
28tb, 29th, and 30th July, the Nive, Orthes, Tarbes, aud Toulouse. Wounded on tho 28th July 
in the Pyrenees, again at the Nive when in command of the Light Infantry Companiea of the Left 
Brigade of the 6th division; twice severely wounded at Toulouse, the second wound received when 
commanding the 61st. Medal for Toulouse. 

141 Lieut.-Colonel Alex. M. Fraser was employed in the expedition against Sambas, in the 
island of Borneo. 

142 Lieut-Colonel Walker served at Copenhagen. 

143 Lieut. -Colonel Ratcliff'e served in the Peninsula with the 3rd Dragoons, from June 1811 to 
tbe end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees (28th July to 
2od Aug.), and Toulouse. 

144 Lieut.-Colonel Hall served at the capture of the Isle of France, in 1810 ; on the expedition 
to Java, in 1811, including the actions at Batavia and Weltevreiden, storming the intrenched lines 
at Fort Cornelia, storming tbe heights of Serandole, and capture of the fort of Samaraog. Present 
also at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore, iu 1825-6. 

145 Lieut.-Colonel Cartwright served the campaigns of 1813 aud 14 with the 61st, including 
the battles of tbe Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served the campaign of 1815 
with the 10th Hussars, and was present at tbe battle of Waterloo. 

146 Lieut.-Colonel Garland served in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1613, including the defence of 
Tarifa and Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, pursuit of Massena, battle of Salamanca, sieges of 
Badajoz and Burgos, and action at Villa Muriel ; the above service as Adjutant of the 30th« 
Served also the campaign of 1815 with tbe 73rd, including the battle of Quatre Bras, retreat on the 
following day, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded, being at that time 
senior officer of the 73rd, Lerd Harris commanding the brigade. 

147 Lieut-Colonel Robert Fraser served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806 ; 
afterwards in the Peninsula, including the battle of Busaco, actions of Redinha and Sabugal, battle 
of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz in May and June 1811, action of £1 Bodon, siege and capture 
of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz (severely contused), battle of Salamanca, and 
capture of Madrid. 

147* 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 2nd battalion of the 
33th to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the battle of Busaco, in tbe retreat to the Lines 
of Torres Vedres, and the advance from thence ; re-capture of Campo Mayor, investment and 
opening of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Albuhera (slightly wounded), capture of a strong 
division of the French army under General Gerrard at Arroyo de Molino, where he was severely 
wounded hy a musket-shot, which fractured bis skull, and was sent to England for recovery. Re- 
joined the army in the Peninsula, and acted as Deputy Judge Advocate. After tbe battle of Tou- 
louse embarkea with a division of the army for Canada, where he was appointed to the Quarter- 
Master-General*s Department, and was present at the affair of Plattsburg. 

148 Lieut.-Colonel Hervey Smith served with the 40tb in South America in 1807 ; wounded in 
the head before Monte Video, and received three wounds, and was taken prisoner at the storming 
of Buenos Ayres. Commanded the Light Company in the Peninsula in the campaigns of 1808 and 
9, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, at which latter he was severely wounded 
in the thigh. 

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

150 Lieut-Colonel Pringle Taylor proceeded in 1811 to join the 22nd Dragoons in the East 
Indies, where he served until their return to Europe and disbandment, 25th October, 1820. 
He was was in the field in 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta war in 1817, 1818, 
and 1819; the published official records ahow that his conduct was conspicuous in the Brigade 
Cavalry actions of Bucktowlie and of Nagnore (1817,) and of Ashta (2tith Feb. 1818), when he 
incurred as Brigade-Major the responsibility of ordering measures which terminated in the entire 



90 War Serviees of th§ UeufenanU Cohnels. 

Me^i of tb« Peiibw*. tbe detth of tbo gallant Gokk, and the reacao of the Rajah of Sattarahy ch« 
most influential events in terminating the war. At the siege of Capaul-droog, he commanded a 
battery at the storm (I3th May 1819), he blew open the first gate with a galloper gun of tbe 2*2Dd 
Dragoons, and heading the Forlorn Hope» be stormed in succession the fire distinct circles of fort- 
fications, ererj officer and man of his party being either killed or wounded ; he received at the 
summit of that strong hill fort, at the moment of success in its capture, a ahot through his longs and 
body. I'he Governor-General of India apecially recommended him to favourable considMation for 
bis services in India. In 1823 and 24 he was employed iu the Cape Cavalry against the Caffres. 
In 1841 he was relieved from a bullet which had been in his body since 1819* 

151 Lieut.-Colonel Winchester's services : — Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807. and that to 
Walcberen in 1809. In the Peninsula, from October 1810 to the end of the war, including Liaea 
at Torres Vedraa, action of Arroyo de Molino, taking of Almaras, defence of Alba de lormea, 
battle of Vittoria, affairs of Puerto de Maya, 4th and 8th July, 1813. battles of the Pyrenees, 
25th, 30th, and 31st July, 1813, affair of Roncesvalles. battle of the Nivelle, affair of Cambo, 
battle of the Nive. on the 9ih and 13th Dec. 1813, affair of Hellette, action at Garris, affair of Arive* 
rette, battle of Orthes, actions at Aire and Tarbes. Preaent at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 
Colonel Winchester was slightly wounded in the Pyrenees, 25th July, severely at the Nive, 1 3th 
Dec. 1813, slightly at Quatre Bras, and severely at Waterloo. 

152 Lieut.-Col. Maunsell served with the 3d Dragoon Gds. in tbe Peninsula from April, 1809. to 
the end of that war in 1814. including the battles of Talavera, the winter campaign of 1810 in the 
Lines of Lisbon, actions of Campo Alayor and Loa Ssntos, battles of Busaco and Albobera, action 
of Usagre, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoa, battles of Viitoria and Toulouse. Commanded 
a squadron at the brilliant cavalry affair of Usagre, where three French regimenta were defeated by 
tbe 3rd Dragoon Guards. 

153 Lieat.-Colonel Carmichael aerved in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the fidth^ 
from Aug. 1812 to the end of the war, including the battlea of Vittoria, aiege and capture of San 
Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nite, in poaition at Waterloo, 
and storming of Cambray. Received three wounds at the storming of San Sebastian, and waa tbe 
only officer of the thirteenth who accompanied the advance that entered the town ; he waa again 
ieverely wounded at the battle of the Nive. Served also the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; 
in the Kandian rebellion in Ceylon, in 1819; and at the aiege and capture of Bhnrtpore, in 
1825-6, as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Jasper Nicholla,— examined the interior defencea of the left 
breach, previous to the aasault, and was the first person who entered tbe citadeL Commanded the 
regular and militia force employed in recovering Beaubamois, Lower Canada, from the rebeU, 
10th Nov. 1838. 

153* Lieut.-Colonel Eatcoort served in the expedition to the river Euphrates, from Jan. 1836 to 
June 1837, and as a mark of approbation of his conduct and exertions, he was promoted to 
the Brevet rank of Lieut.-Colonel. 

154 Lieot^Colonel the Honourable C. A. Wrottesley served with the 16th Lancera at the aiege 
of Bhurtpore, in 1825-6. 

166 Lieut.-Colonel Tronson served in the West Indies from 1806 to 1812, including tbe capture 
of Martinique and siege of Fort Boorbon in 1809, and capture of Guadaloupe in 1810. The 
campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in Canada, including tbe operations againat Plattsburg. Thfoucb- 
ont the Burmese war, and waa present at Kokein, 15th Deo. 1826, Pagoda Point, Napadie, Meha- 
die, Melloon, where the command of the 13ih devoWed upon him, and on the 9th Feb. 26, at the 
storming of Pagamue, where he waa wounded in the right leg, but continued to lead the left wing 
until most severely wonnded in the left leg, where the ball still remains. Served tbe campaign 
in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, and commanded the 13th at the assault and capture of tbe For- 
tress and Citadel of Gbusnee, for which he obtained tbe Brevet rank of Lieut.-Colonel. Com- 
manded the regt. throughout the campaign in Kohistan, and at the sieges of Tootumdarrah, Jhool- 
ghur (led and commanded the storming party), night attack at Baboo Koosh Gbur, Kardurrah, and 
Perwandurrah, when Dost Mahomed surrendered, and the force returned to Cabul. 

156 Lieut.-Colonel Moor served in the Peninsula from June 1809 to June 1813, including the 
battles of Busaco, Fuentes d*Onor, and Salamanca ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badsjoi, actioa 
at Castiajon, and twelve other affaire with the enemy. 

157 Lieut.-Colonel Msrlay aerved at the battle of Trafalgar. 

158 Lieut.-Colonel Dunn aerved the campaign of 1805, in Italy ; battle of Maida, and eaptara 
of Scylla Castle, in 1806; expedition to Egypt, in 1807, including the attack on Alexandria and 
Roaetta, and battle of Kl Hamet (taken prisoner). Defence of Scylla Castle, in 1808 ; Peoinsolar 
campaigns of 1810 and 11, including tbe siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, operations between the Aguada 
and Almeida, battles of the Cos, Busaco, and Albubara ; actiooa at Usagre and Aldea de Fonte, 
at which last he waa severely wounded iu the groin by a musket-ball, which remains unextraetcd. 
Served also in the American war in 1814, including the taking of Mooae Island, and occnpatioo of 
Castine. 

159 Lient.-Colonel Pratt served on the China expedition, and commanded tbe land forraa at the 
assault and capture of the Forts of Chuenpee on the 7th Jan, 1841, and again st tbe aasault and 
capture of the Bogue Forta on the 26th Feb. following. Commanded the. 26th at the attacks on 
Canton from 24th Mav to 1st June ; also at the night attack on Ningpo, at Segoan, Chapoo, 
Wooaong and Bhanghaj, and at Chin Kiang Poo. 



War Services of the Lieutenant- CbloneU. 91 

160 Lt«at-ColoMl Felix terred the eanpsign of 1615, and wai tligfatly wounded at Quatre 
Bras. 

161 Lieat.-Co1onel Harty served wilb tlie 33rd at the capture of Bourbon and the Isle of 
Fruica in 1810; the campaigns of 1813 and 14 iu Germany and Holland, including both the 
attacks on Merzemi and the assault on Bergen-op-Zoom. AUo the campaign of 1815, including 
the battle of Quatre Bias, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo, — slightly 
wounded. 

162 Lieut^-Colonel Bayly aerred the campaign in Itsly, in 1805 ; battle of Maida and siege of 
ScyUa, iu 1806 ; expedition to Egjrpt in 1807, including the capture of Alexandria and Rosetta. 
Capture of Iscbia in 18U9 ; attack on an armed ship end gun-boats in the Bay of Scylla. in 1810 { 
with the Artillery on the £astem Coast of Spain, in 1813, and present at the inrestment of one of 
the sieges of Tarragona. 

163 Lieut.-Colonel Sinclair*s serfices : — Expedition to Zealand in 1807 ; expedition to Portugal 
and battle of Corunna ; expedition to the Scheldt in 180!) ; Peninsular campaigns from Feb. 1811, 
to Aag. 1814, including the assault on Badajos in 1812, affair of Villa Muriel, battles of Salamanca, 
Yittoria, and the Pyrenees ; passage] of the Bidassoa, NiTelle, and Nive, and sortie from 
Bayonne, besides rarioua minor affairs, Serred also the campaign of 1815 including the battle 
of Waterloo. 

164 Lieut.. Colonel C. C. Michell embarked for the Peninsula, in 1810 ; commanded a company 
ef Portogueae artillery at the siege and capture of Badajoa, and commanded a nine-pouuder bat- 
tery of field artiUery at the battles of Yittoria and Toulouse, for which he has receired a medal and 

one clasp. 

165 Lieut.-Colonel Wildman serred in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 7th 
Hoasara, and was preseot at the battle of Waterloo. 

166 Lieut.-Colonel Forster serred with the Scots Fusilier Gnards before Bayonne, in 1814. 

167 Lieot.>Colonel Beetham serred iu tbelSgyptian Expedition of 1807 ; also at the taking of 
Santa Maura. 

168 LieoL-Colonel Goldsmid serred in the Peninsula with the 12th Light Dragoons, from 1812 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the caralry aflairs at Castrsjon, Quintara de Puerta, and 
Monaaterio ; battles of Salamanca and \ ittoria, and siege of San Sebsstian. 'Serred also the cam* 
paign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

168* Lieut.' Colonel Macarthur was present as an Knsign in the 60tb at the battle of Corunna* 
He afterwards served with the 39th in Sicily, and again in Spain, where he was engaged with the 
enemy at Vittoris, in the Pyrenees, at the Nivelle and the Nire, at Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse, 
and where be also served on the personal staff of the late Lt.*Gen. Sir Robert O'Callaghan. He 
accom]>anied his regt. from Bourdeaux to Canada, and afterwarda aenred with it in the Army of 
Occupation iu France. 

169 Lieot.-Colonel Macdowall served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 52d, including 
the actions at Merzem and bombardment of Antwerp. 

170 Lieut.-Colonel Bowers was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

171 Lieut.-Colonel George Browne served with the 23rd in Portugal and Spain, in 1806-9, in- 
cluding the retreat to, and battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; the Pe- 
ninauUr campaigns of 1810, 11, 12, and 13, including the siege of Olivenya, firat investment of 
Badajos, battle of Albuhera, affairs of Fuente Guinaldo and AMea de Ponte, aiege of Ciudad Rodrigo, 
siege and assault of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid, affair at Osma, and battles 
of Yittoria and the Pyrenees. Yery severely wounded at the assault of Badajos, aligbtly at Sala- 
manca, and very severely at the Pass of Roncesvalles in the Pyrenees. 

172 Lieut.-Colonel Alexander Fraser aerred with the 9th at Walcheren, in 1809. Afterwards 
in the Peninsula, including the battles of Bosaco, Salamanca, and Yittoria, siege of Sao Sebastian, 
passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive. 

173 Sir Thomas Livingston Mitchell, served with the 95th (Rifle Brigade), at the sieges of 
Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoa ; and on the Quarter-Master- General's staff until the termination of 
the Peninsukr war, when he was sent back to Spain and Portugal on a special mission to make sur- 
veys of the fields of battle and positions of the armies. 

174 Lieut.-Colon«l Harding aerved in the Peninsula with the 5ih, from Au^. 1812, to the end 
of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Burgoa and Madrid, battle of Yittoria, blockade of 
Pampeluna. battlea of the Pyrenees from the 26th to the 29th July, the Nivelle, and the Nive, (from 
9tfa to 13th Dec.) ; passage of the Gkve d'Oleron, battle of Orthea, actions of Yic Bigorre and 
Tarbes, and battle of Tolouse. 

177 Lieut.-Colonel Roehfort was at the capture of the lele of France, in 1810 ; and of Java in 
181 1, including capture of Cornelia, storming of Serandola and Fort Djocjocarta. Storming of re- 
doubts at the ishina of Borneo ; Nepaul campaign in 1814 ; siege and storm of Hatrass ; Mahratta 
campaigoa of 1817 and 18 ; siege and storm of Bhortpore 1825 and 6. 

176 Lieut.-Colouel Lealie served with the 54th at the attack and capture of St. Domingo in 
1809 ; ia Strslsund under General Gibbs in 1813 ; the subsequent campaign in Holland under I^ord 
Lynedoch, including the attack on Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp. Campaign of 1815 
under the Duka of Wellington : commanded and led'the atorming party at Cambray on the 24th June* 
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109 Vfar Sermce$ of the Majors. 

1 Major Browne lerved in the 11th Dragoont on the expedition to ibe Hclder, in 1799, and was 
present in Ihe actions of the lOlhand 19th Sept. and 2nd and 6ih October. 

2 Major Wolfe served the Ei^yptiao campaign of 1801, and has received the roedaU 

3 Major Langlands served in the Peninsula with the 74th, and has received a medal mud m 
clasp fur the assaults and captures of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz ; slightly wonoded at the 
former, and severely at the latter. 

4 Major de Brem served the campaigns in Germany from 1792 to 1B00 ; in Fgypt, in 1801 ; in 
Naples, in 1805 ; in Calabria, in 1806 ; in £g>'pt, in 1807 ; at the taking of Ischia, in 1809 ; at 
the siepe of Santa Maura, in 1810 ; at the defeat of the French in Sicily, in the same year ; in the 
campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14 in the Peninsula and South of France. Severely wounded in 
Germany on the 30th Sept. 1796 ; and again at the battle of the Pyrenees, on the dOth July, 1813. 

5 Major Hammcrton accompanied the 7th Fusiliers to the Peninsula in Feb. 1809, and was 
present at the capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, lines of Torres Vedras, sieges of 
Ciudad Rodrif^o aod Badajos, battles of Salamanca (seterely wounded), Vltloria, Roncesvalles, 
the heights of Pampeluna, and the Pyrenees, where be was again severely wonnded* 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 
York. Accompanied the expedition to the north of Germany, in 1805, under Lord Cathcatt. 

7 Major Sandharo served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 276h 
Aug., 10th aod 19th Sept., and 2ud Oct. Espcdition to Copenhagen, in 1807 ; lo Sweden, and 
afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore in 1808-9; subsequently to Walcbeiea, 
in 1809 *, the campaign in Holland, in 1814 ; and in Flanders and France, in 1815, incloding the 
battle of Waterloo. 

8 Major Gore served with the 89th in the American war, including the actions st Chrystler's 
Farm and Niagara. Served also throughout the Burmese war, and commanded the 89th five times 
in action during the war. 

9 Major J. W. Henderson served with the 8ih West India Regt. at the capture of the Dani«b 
West India Islands, io 1801 ; and was aflerwards present at the suppression of Me mutiny ct that 
regt. at Prince Rupert's, in Dominies. Served wiih the 3d Wtst ludia Regt. at the storming aod 
cspture of Morne Fortune, in St. Lucia, and at the capture of Tobago. Joined the 50th after the 
storming of Almaraz. and urved 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 Liiard served in the Peninsula, France, ami Flanders, from Apiil 1809 to the end of 
the war ; as Lieut, in the 4ih Dragoons at the battle -of Talavera, in the retreat to th« lines of Lis- 
bon, occupation of them, actions of Pombal, Reiiioha, Coodeixa, Campo Mayor, and Los Saolot ; 
battle of Albuhera, actions of Usagre, Fuente Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponto ; sieges of Ciodad 
Rodrigo, Badajos. and Burgos, and battle of Vittoria : after which he served as Captain in the 
18th Hussars, at the battle of the Pyrene<-8 in front of Pampeluna, batiles of the Nivelle, the Nive, 
Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo, and with the army of occupation in France until Aug. 1819. 

11 Major Hution served in the Peninsula with the 4lh Dragoons, from Au?. 1811 to May 1813. 

12 Major Greatly served in South America, under Geneisl Whitelock, in 1807; in Portugal 
and Spain, in 1808-9, including the cavalry action at Benevente, and battle of Corunna. Sertsd 
also at the attack and capture ol Guadaloupe, in 1810. 

13 Major Mill was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

14 Major Edward Jooes served as Adjutant of the 77ih at Walcheren, in 1809 ; and in the 
Peninsula from July 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the action of £1 Bodon, also 
the sieges snd assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajos. Severely wounded at the stx>nni0g of 
Ciudad Rodrigo. 

1 5 Major Adair served with the 27tb in Sicily in 1810 and 11; in the Peninsala and France hom 
1812 to the close of that war in 1814, including the taking of Alcoy, covering the retreat from Riar, 
battle of Castalia, siege and subiequent blockade of Tarraj^ona, and action at Vdla Franca. Sob- 
seouently in Flanders and France, including the occupation of Paris in 1816. 

16 Major Thomas Seward served at the battle of Copenhagen, in 1801 ; and at Navaiin, in 1827. 

18 Sir Trevor Wlieler served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons from June 1810 to 
the end of that war in 1814, including the pursuit of Massena from the lines, actions of Pombal. 
Redinha, Foa d*Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions of LIcrena and Castrvjoa, 
battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battles of Vittoria. the Nivelle. and the Nive 9tta to 
12th Dec. Served al«o the campaign of 18 15, including the battle of Waterloo. 

19 Major H. A. Fraaer served with the 42d in Poitogal aod Spain, in 180H-9, nnder Sir John 
Moore, including the battle of Corunna, on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809; the Peninsolar 
campaigns from Aug. 1810 to Dec. 1812, aod again from Feb. to July 1814, including the battles 
of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Barges, 
(severely wounded through the body by a musket-shot), and battle of Toulouse, where be was aeiia 
severfljr wounded, a musket-ball having entered the right thiiih. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which latter he was slightly wounded. 

20 Major Thomas Wright was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

21 Major Ba r ra I ier served at the capture of Martinique, in 1809, as Acting AssistaDi Eagiaeer . 
Aide-de-camp to Sir G. Beck with at the first capture of Guadaloupe, in 1810 ; and Actiag Assist. 
Qvarlar- Master-General at its aecond capture, in 1815. 



War Services of the Major$. 1 10 

33 Major Janes Henderioa served with the 92d at the siege of Copenhagen and acllon at Kioge, 
ID 1807 ; with the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under Sir John 
Moore, in 1608-9, including the action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. On tlie expedition to 
Walehcteo, in 180^. Served the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in France and Flanders with the 71sty 
including the affair of Tarbes, and battles of Toulouse and Waterloo^ at which last he was severely 
wounded in the thigh by a grape-shot. 

23 Major Wm. Smith served at the capture of Martinique^ in 1809, as Adjutant of the 63d. 

24 Major Workman served with the 3d West India Hegiroent at the captare of Martinique and 
like Saintes, in 1800; and of Giiadaloupe in 1810, and again in 1815. 

26 Major Hore served in Kgypt, in 1801 , and has received the medal. 

26 Major Lawrence served in Kgypt, in 1801, and. has received the medal. 

26* Major Swinburo served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; the campaign 
of 1808 in Porlogaly-^wounded in the head on the retreat to Vigo. Subsequent campaigns in the 
Pemoaala until 1812, including the action of the Coa, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action of Sabugal, 
battle of BuiacOy retreat to and occupation of the Lines of Torres Vedras, subaequeot advance in 
pursuit of Massena, and actions of Pombal and Redinha,— wounded in the hip. Joined the army 
at Toalouae in April 1814. Present at New Orleans in Jan. 1815. Subsequently joined the 
Duke of Wellington's army at Brussels, was present at the capture of Paiis, and remained with 
the Army of Occupation until the end of 1818. 

27 Major Robert Kelly served in the Peninsula with the 5th battalion of the 60ih, and was 
severely wounded in action with the enemy, 19th March 1814. 

28 Major R. S. Wilkinson served on board H.M.S. Drmnede, in Lord Duncan's fleet oflfCam- 
perdown, blockading the Dutch fleet in the Texel, in 1798 ; after which proceeded to India and fell 
in with a large body of Malay pirates off Batavia, which were completely destroved. On board 
the LMffi/nr at the capture of the ViUf tU Milan French frigate, and recapture of the Cleopatra, off 
Bermuda. Served also in the expedition .on the north coast of Spain, under Sir James Malcolm 
mud Captain Parke. Major Wilkinson has served in every quarter of the globe, and was taken 
prisoner by the Americans near Norfolk in Virginia while cairying despatches. Medal for services 
in Egypt. 

29 Major Thomas Kelly served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has received the medal. 
29* Major Tongue served at the siege of Asseerghur in 1819. 

30 Major Lowen sen-ed at the battle of Maida, and subsequently in Italy and the Mediterranean 
until the end of the war, including the capture of Ischia and Procida ; reduction of the Ionian 
Islands, besides a variety of other desultory services. 

30* ftlajor M^c^regor served in Calabria in 1806, and was present at the battle of Maida and 
taking of Cairone. In 1807 he served in Egypt, and was present at the attack on the Forts and 
Heights of Alexandria, siege of Rosetta, and actions at £1 Hamet, where be was taken prisoner 
and kept in close continement for five months in Cairo. Served also in the campaign of 1814 and 
15 in Holland and the Netherlands, including both the actions at Merxem, and tlie bombardment 
of Antwerp. 

31 Major Hunt served at Hanover, in 1805 and 1806; at Copenhagen, in 1807; and in the 
Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to May 1612. including the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo. 

32 Major Shad well Clerke served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and first part of 
1811, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to Corunna, actions at Lugo and before 
Corunna, battle of Corunna (contused on the forehead by a musket-bail), operations on the Coa 
during the siege and battle of Almeida, battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, 
aflTair near Leria, and actions of Pombal and Redinha, at which last he was severely wounded in 
the right leg, which was afterwards amputated. 

32* Major Ritson served throughout the Kandian war of 1817, 18, and 19. 

33 Major C. A. Bayley served in the Peninsula, in 1808, 9, 10. 1 1, and pait of 1812, and was 
present at the afiair of Alberche, and battle of Talavera, as Adjutant of the 31st, Appointed 
l)eputy-Assistant-Adjutant*General, in Jan. 1810, and attached to the 2d division under Lord 
Hill, 10 whieh capacity he served during the retieat to the lines of Torres Vedras, and subsequent 
advance and pursuit of Massena ; also at the first siege of Badajoz, the affairs of Campo Mayor and 
Oiiveofa, and other minor aflisirs during the operations in Estramadura, under Marshal Beresford. 
He was likewise present at the battle of Albuhera, and at the action of Arroyo de Molino, for which 
he received promotion. 

34 Major O'Reilly served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoon Guards. 

35 Ms^or Noel served in St. Domingo, in 1796, 97, and 98, under Generals Buyer and Sir 
Brent Spencer, and was wounded in the right thigh, when the French attacked the Cordon of Posts. 
Served also at the capture of St. Lucia, Tobago, and the colonies of Demerara, Essequibo, and 
Berbice. 

36 Major Sherer setved in the Peninsula with the 34th from July 1809 to Dec. 1811, and from 
Angust 1812 to July 1813, including the battles of Busaco, Albuhera, Arroyo de Molino, Vittoria, 
and Maya ia the Pyrenees. 

37 Major Maling served at Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and in the Peninsula, in 1808. 

38 Major Samnel Thorpe served with the 23d in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, including 
the actioo at Lugo and battle of Corunna. Capture of Walcheren, in 1809. Subsequently in the 



Ill War Services of the Majors. 

Peoiosula, including I he siege of Oliveoci, tiege of Badajoz in 181 it battle of AIbahera<H 
wounded). Served with the 39ib at the battle of Toulouie, when be was again leverety wtMinJed. 
Also, in the American war, at Plattsburg ; and subsequently at the capture of Paris. 

39 Major Begbie served in the Peninsula with the 82d from Aug. 1808 to Nov. 1809, including 
the capture of Oporto and battle of Talavera. 

40 Major Macpherson served in Hanover, in 1805 and 6 ; at Buenos Ayres, in 1807 ; in Por- 
tugal and Spain, from July 1808 to Jan. 1E09, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, action 
at Lugo, and battle of Coronna. With the expedition to VValchereo, and sie^ of Flushing, wbet« 
he was wounded ; the Peninsular campaigns from May to Dec. 1812, including the battle of Sail* 
manca, where he was severely wounded. 

41 Major Kennedy served with the 68ih at Walclieren in 1809, and was present at the siege of 
Flushing. 

42 Major Pincliney served with the 36th on the expedition to South America, including the taking 
of Maldooado, and siege of Monte Video ; in the Peninsula from June 1808 to May 1809, inclndinf 
the battles of Roleia and Vimiera. On the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; received the flag m 
truce at the out-post at the attack and capture of Ter Vere ; present also at Middleburgb and 
Flushing. 

43 Major Burrowes served with the 12th at the capture of the Isle of France, in 1810; com- 
roanded two boats, when he boarded and took possession of two French Privateers ofT the Isle de la 
Passe. Commanded a battalion of details with a force under Colonel the Honourable Leicester 
Stanhope in Katty war, and was in advance at the storm and capture of the strong bill fortress of 
Meetialla. 

44 Major Mackay served with the 68th on the expedition to Walcheren, and at the capture of 
Flushing, in 1809. Also in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that warm 1814, 
including the battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, and battles of Vittoria (wounded in the 
bead), the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Orthes. 

46 Major Gloster served in the Peninsula with the 61st from Oct. 1809 to the end of that war 
in 1R14, including the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of the forts at Salamanca, 
battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees (28th July to 2d Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nive(9tb to 13tli 
Dec.), Orthes, and Toulouse. Wounded in the left arm at the battle of Salamanca, and ibroogti 
the right breast at Toulouse, the ball passing through the right lobe of the lungs and out at lb« 
back. 

46 Major Aubin serted in the Peninsula from Nov* 1811 to the end of the war, ineluding 
the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 25th, 28th, 30th, and 31st July ; Nivelle, Nive, 9tb. lltb, 
and 13th Dec. 1813, besides many other minor actions and skirmishes. Severely wounded througlk 
the left side, in action at Couchez, 18th Msrch, 1814. Served subsequently in the American war. 

47 Major Harriott served in the Royal Staff Corps at the defence of Cadiz, battle of Banosa, 

Cssage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, actions near Bidart, affair of Tarbes. 
ttle of Toulouse, capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation in France. 

48 Major Rosa served the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14, and 16 with the 92d, including Um 
actions of Arroyo de Molino. taking of Almaraz, defence of Alba dc Tormes, battle of Vitiona, 
affair at the pass of Maya, battles of the Pyrenees, wounded in the left le^ by a musket-ball ; battica 
of the Nivelle and the Nive, taking the Heights of La Costa, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, 
battles of Toulouse, Quatre Bras — wounded in the left foot by a musket-ball; and battle of 
Waterioo, — wounded in the right arm by a musket-ball. 

49 Alajor Thornhill served as Adjutant of the 26th at the capture of the islands of Ouadaloope, 
St. Eustatia, and St. Martin, in 1810. 

60 Major Bullock aerved the campaign of 1816 with the Uth Dragoons, and was present at tb» 
battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. 

61 Major Fitz Maurice served in the Peninsula with the Ri6e Brigade from April 16U to th« 
end of that war in 1814, including the action of Sabogal. battle of Fuentes d*Onor, siegea and 
assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, action at San Milan, battle of Vittoria, actiooa at th« 
Bridge of Yanzi and Vera, baules of the Nivelle and the Nive (9tb, 10th, and 1 Ith Dec.), action 
of Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1816, including the battle of 
Quatre Bras. Leg broken at the storming of Badajoz, and severely wounded in the tbigh by « 
musket-ball at Quatre Bras. 

62 Major Brown served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 2l8t, and was present «l tb^ 
storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. 

63 Major Wm. Seward served with the 9th in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, and 
was present at the battle of Vimiera ; on the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; and subaequeniljf 
in the Peninsula, including the defiinoe of Tarifa, battlea of Banosa (wounded), Vittoria, and tbn 
Nive, and blockade of Bayonne. 

64 Major Crofton served in the Kandian insurrection, in 1817 and 18. 

66 Major Blood served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, as a 
volunteer with the 69tb, and afterwards as an Ensign in the 68tb, including the battlo of Nivoll« 
(wounded in the right leg), tnd actions of the 9ih, 10th, and 11th Dec. 1813, near Bidart. 

66 Major Allen served with the 10th at Walcheren, in 1809 ; subsequently in Sidly under Sir 
J. Stewart ; at Naples nndar Lord Wm. Bentiock ; on the eastern coast of Spain nnder Sir Wa* 
Clinton* Pment aiao at the taking of the island of Pouia. 



War Services of the Majors. 112 

67 Mijor WefttUke lerved with tbo 26th oo the expedition to the north of Spain, under Sir 
David Baird, in 1808. and subsequently in the retreat to Corunna, under Sir John Moore. On 
the Mpedition to Waicheren and siege of Flushing, in 1809 ; and in the Peninsula fiom June 1811 
to Aug. 1812. Slightly wounded at the siege of Flushing. 

68 Major Young served with the 91st in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, including 
the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Calcavellas, and Corunpa. On the expedition to Waicheren, in 
1809 ; the Peninsular campaigns from Oct. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the 
battles ofthe Nivelle, the Nive (lOth, 1 lib, and 12th Dec.). Orthes, Tarbes, and Toulouse. 

59 Major During served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subsequently from 
the latter pan of 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Corunna, Vittoria, 
Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

60 Major Pearse served in the American war, and was engaged at Chrystler's Farm, and at 
Niagara, 25th July 1814, where he was severely wounded through the arm. Served in the East 
Indies and the Burman empire, from Feb. 1816 to the end of the war in 1826, including the captures 
of Foru Loghur, Issapore* Koarre, and Ryghur, in 1818; assault on Rarree, 13th Feb. 1819 ; 
action near the Dagon Pagoda, 6th July 1824 ; assault of Mergui and Cockain, attacks on 
Deoabew, Zerobeik, Mellown, and Pagham Mew, besides many other affairs during the war. 

61 Major Edwards served with the 13th Dragoons through the Peninsular war. 

62 Major Alexander Forbes served in the Peninsula with the 79ih, from Aug. 1811 to July 
1812, and again from Sept. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the covering of the 
siege of Badajoz, in March and April 1812, and battles of the Nivelle and the Nive. Served also 
the campaign of 1816, including the actions of the 16th, I7th, and 18ih June, at Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo, at which last he wi» wounded in the right leg by a musket-shot. 

63 Maior Suck served in the Peninsula with the 24th from June 1809 to Feb. 1813, and again 
from 2d i5ec. 1813 to the end- of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera (wounded) and 
Buaaeo, actions at Espinal and Foz d'Arouce, repulse of a sortie at Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of 
Salamanca, capture of the Retire at Madrid, taking of the hills and outworks before Burgos, siega 
of Burgos and storming of the breaches (severely contused), various skirmishes with the rear-guard 
aad covering party at the bridge over the Carrion on the retreat, and battle of Orthes, where he was 
severely wounded by a ball which shattered the left elbow-joint, and occasioned amputation of the 
arm. Served eight years in Canada, and received a severe contusion on the head in 1829, when 
on duty. 

64 Major Wra. Noel Hill served in the Burmese war, in 1826 and 26, and was present in the 
actions of Prome and Tandwayn. 

65 Major Grant served with the 71st at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, and was engaged 
on the 6th and 8lh Jan. 1806. Proceeded with the expedition from thence to Buenos Ayres, and 
was present in the engagements of the 26th and 27th June, and 1st, 11th. and 12th Aug. 1806. 
Campaign in the Peninsula from Au^. 1808 to Jan. 1809, including the actions at Roleia, Vimiefa» 
Logo, and Corunna. Expedition to Waicheren, and engaged with the enemy on the dOth and 31st 
Jo'y 1809. Peninsular c^popaigns from Sept. 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the 
battles and afiairs of Vittofia j( wounded), the Pyrenees (4th. 6th, 25th — wounded, — 30th, and 
dlfrt July). Cambo. Nive, Bayonoe (wounded), Orthes, Aire. Tarbes, and Toulouse. Served also 
the campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo. Wounded at Vittoria, Maya, and near 
Bayoonc. In all, thirty-three times engaged, and three times wounded. 

66 Major Romney served in the East Indies with the 17th, from Dec. 1806 to May 1823. and 
was present at the siege and capture of Gounourie, in 1807 ; and the Mahiatta campaign of 1817, 
including the affair at Jubblepore. 

67 Major Charles Stewart served in the Peninsula with the 71st, from Sept. 1810 to June 1813, 
including the action at Sobral, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (slightly wounded), and actions at Arroyo 
de Molioo and Almaraz. Served also the campaign of 1816, and was present at the battle of 
W^aterloo. 

6^ Major Irwin served in the Peninsula from April 1809 to Feb. 1814, including the capture 
of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badaioz, siege and storm of Ciudad 
Rodrigo, siege of Badajoz and capture of the castle by escalade (7th April 1812), battle of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retire, battles of V ittoria and the Pyrenees, besides varioua 
affiiirs and skirmishes on the advance and retreat of the army. Served also the Kandyaa cam- 
paiens of 1817 and 18 in Ceylon. 

69 Major Cowell served with the Royals at the battle and storming of Nangpore, in the East 
Indies, in 1818. 

70 Major Flamank served in the Peninsula with the 61st, from Jan. 1811 to the end of that 
war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second siege of Badajoi, covering the sieges 
of Ciudad Rodrigo and third siege of Badajoz, affair in front of Moresco, battle of Salamanca, 
retreat from Burgos, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees (30th and 31st July) passage of the 
Bidaasoa, battles of Nivelle and St. P6, and battle of Orthes. Served also the campaign of 1816, 
including the battle of Waterloo and capture of Cambray. 

71 Major Donaldson served in the Peninsula with the 67th, from June 1809 to the end of that 
war in 1814« including the siege of Badajoi in April 1811, battles of Albuherai Vittoria, and the 
Pyrenees. 



113 War Services of the Majors. 

72 Major Clements served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806 ; mibaeqneQlly on 
the expedition to South America; the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, and eitra aide-de-camp to Sir 
John Moore at the battle of Coranna. On the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; the Peoioselar 
campaigns from 1810 to 1814, including Cavares and Merida, Salamanca, Begar, Vitloriay Vall^ 
of Bastan, and the Pyrenees. 

73 Major Doyle served with the expedition to South America, including the siege of and sortie 
from Monte Video, and storm by the enemy of Colonia. Served also in the south of France, fnm 
Dec. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the 
sortie, where he received a contusion on the left arm* 

74 Major Baiobrigge served with the 20th in the Peninsula, in 1808 and 9. and again in 1819 
and 13, end was present at the battles of Vimiera, Coruona, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees, where be 
was twice wounded and lost an arm* Served also on the Walcheren expedition. 

75 Major Meade served in (he Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to Oct. 1811. ineludiog the baMleof 
Fuentes d'Onor. and other minor affairs. On the staff of General Count Wallmodeo, in 18)3, st 
the actions of Hasdorf in Mecklenburg, and Goerde in Hanover. Assisted also at the defence of 
Rostock by the Swedes, where his horse was killed, and his left arm disabled. Served the cam* 
pai^D in Holland, in 1814, including the attack on Merxem, bombardment of Antwerp, and attack 
on Bergen-op-Zoom. 

' 76 Major Harrison served in the American war, 

77 Major Murphy served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1808 until the end of the w«r, including 
actions at Albeig^na and Grijo, passage of the Douro, capture of Coimbra, siege and capluiv df 
S.in Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, action at Bidart (wounded); battles of Nivelle, Nive, 9ih. 
10th (wounded), Uih. 12th, and 13th Dec; blockade of Bayonne, action at St. Ellemo, and 
battle of Toulouse. Medal for Toulouse. 

78 Major Willats served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, including the siege 
and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajot from 19th Jan. to 6(h April 1812 ; 
operations near, and blockade of Bayonne. 

79 Major Wallett's services : — Battles of Roleia and Vimiera ; siege and capture of Flashing, 
1809; in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of the war, including the siege of Ciudad 
Rodrigo, battles in the Pyrenees on the 28ih and 30th July, investment of Pampeluna, battles tff 
Orthes and Nive. Severely wounded in the thigh at Quatre Bras. 

80 Major Bolton served the campaign in Spain, under Sir John Moore, with the 14th, aod was 
present at the battle of Coruona. Also with the expedition to Walcheren, and at the laage of 
Flushing, in 1809. 

81 Major Bay lie served at the capture of the Isle of France, in 1810 ; and of Java, in 1611 , 
including the actions of the 10th and 22nd Aug., storming of the entrenched lines and forts of 
Cornelis, storming fortified heights of Serandole, storm and capture of Fort Onarang. Servad in 
the campaigns of 1814 and 15, a^inst the Nepaul States; also at the siege and capture of 
Hattras, and in the Mahratta campaign of 1617 and 18. 

82 Alajor 'I homes Reid served with the 33nl at the capture of Bourbon and the Isle of France* 
in 1810; the campaign of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, including both attacks on 
Merxem and storming of Bergen -op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including the bat le of 
Quatre })ras, retreat of the 17ih June, and battle of Water Ico, where he was severely woonded. 

83 Major Pilling served in South America in 1807, wtth the 45th, and was present in the attsck 
of Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to No^, 1809, including the battles 
of Roleia, Vimiera, and Talavera, at which latter he was wounded between the shoulders. 

84 Major Charters served with the expedition to Hanover, under Lord Cafhcart, in 18C5; tli« 
Walcheren expedition, in 1809 ; and campaign in Holland, under Lord Lynedoch, in 1814. 

85 Major Mason served with the expedition to the coast of America, in 1813, and was eo|r«fed 
in several small actions. Preaent also at the capture of Moose Island, in the Bay of Fosdv, 
in 1814. 

86 Major Handcock accompanied the expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; joined the arvny in 
Sicily, in 1806, and was employed with its various operations from 1806 to 1810 ; went with tke 
expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia and Procida ; returned to Sic*ily aod 
employed against the French army, in 181 1. Served in Spain during 1812 and 13, includini^ the 
battle of Castalla, sien of Tarragona, and affair of Villa Franca. Also the campaign of 1815, aii4 
was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

87 Major Sutherland served with the 72nd at the captare of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806 ; 
and accompanied the force from thence to co-operate at the capture of the Isle of France, id 1S10. 

88 Msjor Wright served at the capture of Madeira, in 1808 ; and thecampaign in the PeniaanU. 
nnder Sir John Moose, in 1808-9. 

89 Major Patterson served with Sir Brent Spencer's expedition in 1807*8. Landed whh ibe 
60th in Portugal in 180<^ nd was present in the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, during the wliolc 
of Sir John Moore's retre i, aod at the battle of Corunna. Acconnpanied the expedition «p tbe 
Scheldt in 1809, and was pres«nt at the aiege aod ttombardmeat of Flushing. He retomad to the 
Peninsula in 1810, and served with the 50Ui in Lord Hill's division throughout the whole of tbe 
aooceediog caropaignB in that co<it**nr, including the action of Arroyo de Molioo, the afeomiD^ of 
Fort Napoleon at Almarax,— wow •«! in the knee by a musket ball ; attack on Bejar, d efc a ce of 



War Services oftiuk Majors. 113« 

Alba deTormm, battle of Vittoria, and actioa at the past of Ma>a in the Pyrenees« where he 
was severely wounded in the shoulder, the bait still remaining lodged. 

90 Major Stewart served with the 25th at the reduction of Martinique, St. Martin's, and St. 
£ustatias, in 1809; and of Guadeloupe, in 1810, and again in 1815. 

91 Major Crawfurd served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1812 to July 1814, including operations 
of the coveting array during the siege of Bidajoz. in 1812| as a volunteer 79th regt, ; battle of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles of the Pyrenees, NiveJle, Nive, and Ortbes (severe gun- 
shot wound )• 

92 Major Henry P^id sterved at Cadiz frora March 1813 to the end of the war* Served also ia 
the Aroeficao war, iocluding the affair at Hampden. 

94 Major Long served with the 7 1st io the Peaiosula, from Sept. 1813 to the end of that war in 
1814. including the action at Cambo, battles of the Nive, before Bayonne (wounded), Oithes, Aire, 
Tarbes. sod Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

95 Major Barou served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war io 1814. 
9(> Major Colebrook served on the expedition to Walchereo, in 1809. 

98 Major Wiogfield served two campaigns in the Burmese territories, and was in every action iu 
which the Idth Light Infantry was engaged. 

99 Major Geore^e Simmons served in the Peninsula with the 95th (Rifle Brigade) from May 
1809, to the end of that war in 1814. On picquet at Barba-del-Puerco when the enemy attacked 
at midnight and were repulsed ; present in the action of the Light Division at the bridge of Almeida, 
in the lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Pombal, Redioha, Casal, Nova, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabu- 
gal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad llodrtgo and Badajoz, battle of Sala- 
manca, advance and capture of Madrid, affair of San Munos on the retreat from it, action at San 
Milai. battles of Vittoha and Echalar, passage of the Bidassoa and heights of Vera, battles of the 
Nivelle and Orthes, and affair of Tarbes, besides various affairs of out-posts. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815. including the actions of the I6ih, 17th, and 18th June at Quatre Bras, and Water- 
loo. Severely wounded through the thigh, at Almeida, by a musket-shot which injured the bone ; 
bruised in the leg by another bsil ; right knee-pan fractured by a musket-ball at Tarbes; received a 
gun-sbot wound in the right side at Wateiloti, the ball in its course broke two nbs, passed through 
the Kver, and was afterwajds cut out of his breast. 

100 Major Bonamy served in the Peninsula with the 6th from Sept. 1813 to June 1814, in- 
cluding battles of Nivelle. Nive 9th, lOih and llih Dec. and Orthes. 

101 Major Marshall served with the 91st on the Expedition to Portugal in 1808, including the 
battles of Koleia and Vimiera, advance into Spain and retreat through Gallicia under Sir John 
Moore, action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walchereo, in 1809. Subsequently 
in the Peninsula, including the battles of Viitona, the Pyrenees, (26th, 27th, 28th, and 30th 
July.) the Nivelle, and the Nive, on the 9(h, 10th, 11th, and 13th Dec. 1813. investment of 
Bayonne, and battle of Orthes. Slightly wounded at Pampeluna, 28th July, 1813, and severely 
at Orthes. 

102 Major Manners served in the Peninsula with the 59th from Aug. 1812, to May, 1814, in- 
clodiDg the battle of Vitloria, siege and storming of San Sebastian in Aug. 1813, battle of the Nive 
cm the 9ih, lOih, and 11th December, 1813. Wounded at the storming of Bhurtpore on the 18th 
January. 1826. 

103 Major Torn! tnson served with the 11th Light Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bhurt- 
pore under Lord Combermere, in 1825-6. 

103* Major Raynes served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; with the expedition to 
Sweden, and subsequently to the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to 
Corunna« Served also subsequently in the Peninsula from March 1810, to the end of the war 
io 1814, including the siege of Cadis, battle of liarroso, siege of Tarifa. action at Seville, battles 
of Vtitoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle. passage of the Adour, and operations before Bayonne. 

104 Major Cooke served with the 43id Light Infantry at Walcheren, in 1809 ; subsequeutly in 
the Peninsula, including the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badaj'^z 
(wounded at the assault), battle of Salamanca, action of San Muooz, battle of Viitoria (woundeil). 
battles of the Pyrenees, siege of San Sebastian, the attack on the heights of Vera, battles of the 
Nivelle and the Nive, action atTarbes, battle of Toulouse. Also at the battle in front of New 
Orleans on the 8th Jan. 1815; and subsequently four years with the Army of Occupation in 
France. Employed on a Special Mission at Constantinople in 1836. 

105 Major Browne served the campaign of 1815 with the lllh Dragoons, and was present at 
tbe battle w Waterloo. Also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere, in 
1825-6. 

106 Major Birtwhistle served the campaign of 1814 in the South of France with the 32nd. 
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras (slightly wounded), retreat on the 
17th June, and battle of Waterloo (severely wounded.) 

107 Major Moore was present with the 2nd battalion of the 87th inA'^tvdy every action in which 
it wus engaged, the greater part of the time as adjutant, including the battle of Tatavf ra (wounded 
in the right thigh, where the ball still remains), siege of Cadiz durring the whole time, battle of 
Vittoria (tiui hones shot under him), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes (horse shot.) Vic Bigorre 

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113* War Services of the Majors. 

(wounded), and Toulouie, besides various aflfairs of out-posts. Served also the Mahratta cam« 
pai^n of 1817 and 18 ; and in the Burmese war. in 1825 and 26. 

108 Major John Clarke served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to the end of that war ia 
1814, including the battles of Oporto and Talavera, Lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Arroyo de 
Molino and Campo Mavor, battle of Albuher i, siege of fiadajoz, battles of Vittoria, the P^reocts 
(from 25ih to 31bi July^ and 2nd Aug.) the Nivelle. the Nive (9th and 13th Dec), action of St. 
Palais, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous skirmishes. At 
the battle of Albuhera, when in the command of a company of flankers, was struck dowo by a 
Polish lancer, and taken prisoner, but made his escape in a charge of cavalry. 

109 Major Sheppard served at Walcheren, in 1809; and in Canada from March 1814 Co Dec. 
1816, including the actions at Chippawa, Luody's Lane, before Fort Erie, audthe attack on Snakt 
Hill. 

110 Major Richardson served in the Peninsula with the 11th from Aug. 1809, to Oct. 18U, 
including the battle of fiusaco, the subsequent retreat of the army to the Hues before Lisbon, the 
advance and pursuit of the enemy when they broke up from Santarem, blockade of Almeida, and 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor. 

HI Major Cannon served in the Peninsula with the old 94th from January 1810 to the end of 
the war, including the defence of Fort Matagorda in front of Cadiz in 1810, hoes of Toires Vedras, 
battle of Fuentes d'Ouor, first siege of Badaioi, action at £1 l^on, »torm of Ciudad Rodii|;o 
(severely wounded in the chest); battles of Salamanca, Vittoria (slightly wounded in the ligbt 
knee), Pvrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

112 Major Tatton served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and 
was present at the blockade of Bayonne. 

113 Major Jackson serv-d in the Peninsula from Dec. 1809 to 1814, and wasseverely wonaded 
through the left breast bnd in both arms at the battle of Albubera. Served subsequently la tU 
American war. 

114 Major Graham served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and afterwards in the Penioaula, 
including the blockade of Bayonne. Subsequently in the American war, including the action at 
Bladeosburg and capture of Washington, actmn near Baltimore, and those in front of New Orleans 
on the 20th Dec. 1814, and 8th Jan. 1815 : also at the taking of Furt Bowyer. 

115 Major Nickoll served niih thePOih at the taking of the Danish Islands of St. Croix aod 
St. Thomas, in 1807. Sint upon particular service in command of the Light Company in 1813 
to drive away an American privateer of large force from off the Island of Barhadoes ; brought ber 
to aciioo, and after a sharp fi?ht drove her away. Served during the war in Canada, in 1814. 

116 Major Robertson served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the 
siege of Flushing. Also at the taking of the Kandyan country, in Ceylon, under Sir Robert 
Brownrigg. 

117 Major Rivers landed at Passages in Dec. 1813, and joined the light division in Feb. 1814 i 
took charge of a division of the boats fitted out ai Socoa fur the passage of the Adour ; then joined 
the furce for the siege of Bayonne. Embarked for America in 1814. 

118 Major Waymouth served in the Peninsula uiih the 2nd Life Guards from Nov. 1812 to the 
end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, and the baulca 
of the Pyrenees. Also the campaign of 1815. including the action at Quatre Bras, covering the 
retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. Seve.ely wounded aod taken prisoner, whea 
charging the French cuirassiers at Waterloo. 

119 Major Bochan served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the reconnoitring of the 
position before Antwerp, action at Merxtm, and bombardment of Antwerp. 

120 Major Rutherford aerved in the Peninsula, and was present at the defence of Cadiz, action 
of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, fiist siege of Badajoz, and battlts of the Nivelle, Orthea, aod 
Toulouse. Served afterwards in the American war. 

121 Major Lowe served with the I6tb Lancers at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1826-6, and was 
wounded. 

122 Major Gibson served in the Peninsula with the 1st Light Infantry battalion of the King's 
German Legion, from Aug. 1813, to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege of Saa 
Sebastian, an action in the Pyrenees at the passage of the Bidassoa (wounded), and the subsequent 
actions in which the left wing of the army was engaged. Served also the campaign of 1815, aod 
was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

123 Major Macready served the campaigns of 1814 in Holland with the 30th, aod was engaged 
at Fort Freiierick Hendrick on the 21st March. Also the campaign of 1815, including the action 
at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo. Served afterwards in tha 
East Indies, and was present at the siege of Asseerghur in Match and April 1819. 

124 Major Morse Cooper served the campaign of 1814 as a Volunteer with the Royals, and 
was present st the investment of Bayonne, aod repulse of the sortie. Alto the campaign of 1816* 
inclnding the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Served with the Uth Light Dragoons at 
the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-6. Slightly woooded at Bayonne, and severely at 
Waterloo, having received five wonnds. 

125 Major Alves served the whole of the campaigns of 1810, 11, 12, 13, and 14. with tha 
74th in the 3d division, withoat having e?er been absent from it for a single dsj, iacludiac 



War Services of the Mcyors. 113c 

the batile of Busaco, iclions at Pomba), Ile<liohap Fox d'Aronce, Guarda and Sabugal, battle of 
FueQtes d'Onor. actions at £1 Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege of Badajox in Juoe J811, siege 
and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, tiege and storm of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca* capture of 
Madrid and the Retiro, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna. the battles in the Pyicnees on 
the 27ih, 28th, and 30th July, battles of the Ntvelie. the Nive, and Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre 
aod Tarbeft, and battle of Toulouse. 

126 I^Iajor Juuncey served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently in the 
Peninsula from July 1812 to June 1814, including the battle of Castaila. siegeof Tarragona, re- 
treat from thence, its second siege, retreat from Villa Franca after the battle of the Pass or Ordall, 
and iovestraent of Barcelona in 1814. Kxpeditton to Naples in 1815. 

127 Major Nokes served in the Peninsula from May 1809 to Feb. 1814, including the battles of 
Talavera. Fueotes d*Onor,SaUmanca, ViCioiia. the Pyrenees, and Nive, from 9th to 13th Dec; 
sif^ges of Ciudad Rodrigo aod Burgos. Present at the battle of Harriapore, in the Nepaul country, 
10 1816. 

128 Major Gordon served at the battle of Trafalgar. 

129 Major Pascoe served in the Peninsula and France from Aug. 1809 to Feb. 1814, including 
tbe battles of Salamanca, Vittoria. Nivelle, and Nive, passage of the Bidassoa, and other opera- 
tioos; sieges of Badajoz (first siege), Forts of Salamanca, Burgos, and San Sebastian. Army of 
Occupation from 1815 to 1818. 

130 Major Bridges served at Walcheren in 1809. and iu the Peninsula and France from July 
IBII to Aug. 1814, including the siege of Cadiz, in 1811 ; battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees ; 
passage of Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive. and A dour ; and the operations before Bayonoe. Attached to 
tbe Prussian corps d'arm^ in 1815, under the command of Prince Augustus of Prussia, and 
employed in the reduction of Philippeville, Marienbourg and Rocroy. Adjutant to the Royal Ar- 
tillery, serving with the force employed in Portugal in 1826; aod Brigade-Major to the Royal 
Aitillery in the Canadas. in 1838. 

131 Major Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 53d from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war 
'Q 1814. inclnding tbe siege and capture of tbe fortified convents at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, 
tt«g« of the castle of Burgos, battles of V^ittoria. the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Toulouse. Severely 
woanded at Paropeluna on the 26th July, 1813. 

132 Major Aiosworth served at the itege of Flushing, in 1809, and subsequently in the Penin- 
sula, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and 2d siegeof Badajoz, and battle of Nivelle. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

133 Major Codd served with the 48tb, in the operations against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. 
133 Major Canch served on the expedition to Hanover in 1805-6 ; in the Peninsula with the 5th 

from Aug. 1808 to Dec. 1812, and again from Oct. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including 
the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco ; retreat to the lines of Torres Vedtas, actions 
of Leria, Pomb;il, Redinha, and Sabugal — contused wound on the groin ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 
s^md siege of Badajoz, — contused wound on the chest; actions of £1 Bodon and Aldea de 
PoQte, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, — wounded in the right thigh at the assault ; third 
tiege and capture of Badajoz, — contused wound in the neck at the assault; battle of Salamanca, 
^horse killed ; capture of Madrid and the Retiro, battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, and Orthes ; 
actions of Sauveteire and Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse, — horse wounded. Served atterwards 
io the .-Vmerican war, and was presesent at the action of Plattsburg. 



113* War Services of the Majors. 

(wounded), and Toulouie, besides various aflfairs of out-posts. Served also the Mahratta cam' 
pai^n of 1817 and 18 ; and in the Burmese war. io 1825 and 26. 

108 Major John Clarke served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to the end of that war ia 
1814, including the battles of Oporto and Talavera, Lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Arrojo d* 
Molino and Campo Mavor, battle of Albuher i, siege of fiadajoz. battles of Vittoria, the Pyreoeea 
(from 25ih to Slst July^ and 2nd Aug.) the Nivelle, the Nive (9ih and 13th Dec.), action of St. 
Palais, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous skirmishes. At 
the battle of Albuhera, when in the command of acom(>any of flankers, was struck down b> a 
Polish lancer, and taken prisoner, but made his escape in a charge of cavalry. 

109 Major Sheppard served at Walcheren, in 1809; and in Canada from March 1814 to Dec. 
1816, including the actions at Cbippawa, Lundy*s Lane, before Fort Erie, and the attack on Snak* 
Hill. 

110 Major Richardson served in the Peninsula with the 11th from Ang. 1809, to Oct. 1814, 
including the battle of fiusaco, the subsequent retreat of the army to the lines before Lisbon, tb« 
advance and pursuit of the enemy when they broke up from Santarem, blockade of Almeida^ and 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor. 

HI Major Cannon served in the Peninsula with the old 94th from January 1810 to the end of 
the war, including the defence of Fort Matagorda in front of Cadiz in 1810, lines uf Torres VedtM, 
battle of Fuentfrs d'Ouor, first siege of Badajoi, actional El l^on, »torm of Ciudad Rodiigo 
(severely wounded in the chest); battles of Salamanca, Vittoria (^slightly wounded in the rigbt 
knee), Pvrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

112 Major Tatton served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and 
was present at the blockade of Hayonoe. 

113 Major Jackson serv-d in the Peninsula from Dec. 1809 to 1814, and wasseverely woanded 
through the left breast &nd in both arms at the battle of Albuhera. Served subsequently in tb* 
American war. 

114 Major Graham served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and afterwards in (he Pcninaala, 
including the blockade of Hayonne. Subsequently in the American war, including the action at 
Bladensburg and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and those in front of New Orkaca 
on the 20th Dec. 1814, and 8th Jan. 1815 : also at the taking of Fort Bowyer. 

115 Major ^icUIl served Hiih the 90th at the taking of the Danish Islands of St. Croia and 
St. Thomas, in 1807. Stnt upon particular service in command of the Light Company in 1813 
to drive away an American privateer of large force from off the Island of Barbadoes ; brought ber 
to action, and after a sharp fight drove her away. Served during the war in Canada, in 1814. 

116 Major Robertson served with the expedition to Walchereu in 1809, and was present at ib« 
siege of Flushing. Also at the taking of the Kandyan country, in Ceylon, under Sir Robert 
Brownrigg. 

117 Major Rivers landed at Pa<ssages in Dec. 1813, and joined the light division in Feb. 1814 ; 
took charge of a division of the boau fitted out at Socoa fur the passage of the Adour ; then joined 
the force tor the siege of Bayonne. Embarked for America in 1814. 

118 Major Waymouth served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards from Nov. 1812 to the 
end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria. investment of Pampeluna, and the baulca 
of the Pyrenees. Al&o the campaign of 1815, including the action at Quatre Bras, covt-ring th« 
retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. Seve.ely wounded and taken prisoner, whea 
charging the French cuirassiers at Waterloo. 

119 Major Buchan served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the reconnoitring of the 
position before Antwerp, action at Merxtm, and bombardment of A d twerp. 

120 Major Rutherford aerved in the Penin<^ula, and was present at the defence of Cadiz, action 
of Sabugal. battle of Fuentes d'Onor, fiist siege of Badajoz, and l>attk8 of the Nivelle, Ortbiea, and 
Toulouse. Served afterwards in the American war. 

121 Major Lowe served with the 16tb Lancers at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1825-6, and waa 
wounded. 

122 Major Gibson served in the Peninsula with the 1st Light Infantry battalion of the King's 
German Legion, from Aug. 1813, to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege of Sao 
Sebastian, an action in the Pyrenees at the passage of the Bidassoa (wounded), and the subseqoeot 
actions in which the left wing of the army was engaged. Served also the campaign of 1815, aod 
was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

1*23 Major Macready served the campaigns of 1814 in Holland with the 30th, and was eoga^od 
at Fort Freilerick Hen^rick on the 21st March. Also the campaign of 1815, including tlie Kitoa 
at Quatre Bras, the retreaton the following day, and battle of Waterloo. Served afierwaids io the 
East Indiea, and was present at the siege of Asseerghur in March and April 1819. 

124 Major Morse Cooper served the campaign of 1814 as a Volunteer with the Royab, and 
was present at the investment of Bayouoe, aod repulse ol the sortie. Alto the campaign of 161 6* 
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Served with the Uth Light Dragoons a( 
the siege and capture of Bhurtpore io 1825-6. Slightly wounded at Bayonne, and severely at 
Waterloo, having received five wounds. 

125 Major Alvea serred the whole of the campaigns of 1810, 11, 12, 13, and 14. with ike 
74th io the 3d diviaioD, withoat having ever been absent from it for a single day, iadyduif 



War Services of the Mcyars. 113c 

the bacile of Busaco, actions at Pomba), Re<Iioha, Foz d'Arouce, Guarda and Sabugal, battle of 
Fuentes d'OnoT. actiong at £1 Bodon and A Idea de Ponte, siege of Badajoi in Juoe J 81 1, siege 
and storm of Ciadad Rodrigo, siege and storm of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of 
Madrid and the Retiro, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Parapeluna. the battles in the Pyrenees on 
the ^7th, 28tb, and 30th July, bdttlea of the Nivelle, the Nive, and Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre 
and Tarbcs, and battle of Toulouse. 

1*26 Major Jauncey served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently in the 
Peninsula from July 1812 to June 1814, including the battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, re- 
treat from tlience. its second siege, retreat from Villa Franca after the battle of the Pass or Ordall, 
and investment of Barcelona in 1814. Expedition to Naples in 1815. 

127 Major Nokes seived in the Peninsula from May 1809 to Feb. 1814, including the battles of 
Tatavera, Fueotes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoiia, the Pyrenees, and Nive, from 9lb to 13th Dec; 
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Burgos. Present at the battle of Harriapore, in the Nepaul country, 
in 1816. r- r J 

128 Maior Gordon served at the battle of Trafalgar. 

129 Major Pascoe served in the Peninsula and France from Aug. 1809 to Feb. 1814, including 
tlie battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive. passage of the Bidaasoa, and other opera- 
tions; sieges of Badajoz (first siege), Forts of Salamanca, Burgos, and San Sebastian. Army of 
Occupation from 1816 to 1818. 

130 Major Bridges served at Walcheren in 1809. and in the Peninsula and France from July 
1811 to Aug. 1814, including the siege of Cadiz, in 1811 ; battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees ; 
passage of Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive. and A dour : and the operations before Bayonne. Attached to 
tbe Prussian corps d'arro^e in 1815, under the command of Prince Augustus of Prussia, and 
employed in tbe reduction of Philtppeville, Marienbourg and Rocroy. Adjutant to the Royal Ar- 
tillery, serving with the force employed in Portugal in 1826; and Brigade -Major to the Royal 
Artillery in the Canadas, in 1838. 

131 Major Fraser served in the Peninsula witb the 53d from Aug. 1811 to tbe end of that war 
io 1614, including the siege and capture of the fortified convents at Salamanca, battle of 3alam;inca, 
siege of the castle of Burgos, battles of Vittoria. the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Toulouse. Severely 
woonded at Parapeluna on the 26lh July, 1813. 

132 Major Ainsworth served at the siege of Flushing, in 1809, and subsequently in the Penin- 
rala. including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and 2d siege of Badajoz, and battle of Nivelle. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

133 Major Codd served with the 48tb, in the operations against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. 
133 Major Canch served on the expedition to Hanover in 1805-6 ; in the Peninsula with the 5th 

from Aug. 1808 to Dec. 1812, and again from Oct. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including 
ttte battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco ; retreat to the lines of Torres Vedias, actions 
of Lena, Pombal, Redinha, and Sabugal — contused wound on the groin ; battle of Fueotes d'Onor, 
s«ciiod siege of Badajoz, — contused wound on the chest; actions of £1 Bodon and Aldea de 
Pooie, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, — wounded in tbe right thigh at the assault ; third 
siege and capture of Badajoz, — contused wound in the neck at the assault; battle of Salamanca, 
— borse killed ; capture ot Madrid and the Retiro, battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, and Orthes ; 
actions of Sauveterre and Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse. — horse wounded. Served atterwarda 
ID tbe .-American war, and was presesent at the action of Plattsburg. 



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S. L. Thornton do. do. 

Hope Dick do. do. 

David Hepburn do. do, 

W. Simonds do. do. 

J.H.Simroonds do. do, 

John Angelo do. do. 

Tho. Williams do. do, 

L. Saunders Bird do. do. 

R. L. Anstruther do. do, 

Edm. Herring do. do, 

Rodk. Roberts do. do. 

Oeo.G.Denniss do. do. 

Alex, Davidson do. do. 

John Hailes do. do. 

J. Sam. Marshall do. do. 

Dan. A. Penning do. do, 

Christ. Newport do. do, 

Geo. Chapman do. do. 

Griffiths Holmes do. do, 

John Rawlins do. do. 

O.H.Woodrooffedo. do. 

J.H.Mackinlay do. do. 

Owen Phillips do. do. 

Niel Campbell do. do, 

Robert Kent do. do, 

Wm. Hen. Earle do. do. 

A. M*Kinnon do. do. 

Wm. Sage do. do. 

Andrew Ooldle do. do. 

Henry Carter do. do, 

Wm. Ramsey do. do, 

Cha. Thoresby do* do. 

J. Bedford do. do, 

Wm. Edw. Blair do. do, 

Leadbeater do. do. 

j0r.B.Nottidg« do. do. 



George Lee 28JuBe88JB. Jnd. 

D.Moutgomeriedo. do. 

A. M. Campbell do. do, 

Luc; Hor. Smith do. do, 

J.Farquharson do. do. 

John Worthy do. do. 

John Forbes do. do, 

Thos. Siddle do. do, 

Wm. Mactier do. do. 

H. Macfarquhar do. do, 

John Howison do. do. 

Hen. John Wood do. do, 

R. O. Polwhele do. do. 

John Chisholm do. do, 

Wm. Poquett do. do. 

James Allen do. do, 

G«orge Fryer do. do. 

Rich. Eudd do. do. 

Pat. Thomson do. do. 

Geoi^e Barker do. do. 

John Fitzgerald do. do, 

Jas. Oliphant do. do. 

J. Monson Boyei do. do, 

Wm. Fred. Steer do. do. 

0, W. Bonham do. do, 

Tho.WUkinsou do. do. 

O.H.Robinson do. do. 

Hugh C. Cotton do. do, 

Cha. Sinclair do. do. 

Alex. Lawe do. do. 

Charles Hosmer do. do, 

R.Somner Sftondo, do. 

Alex.MacArthurdo. do, 

Wm. Prescott do. do. 

John Thos. Croft do. do, 

W.H.Terraneau do. do, 

Charles Wahab do. do. 

Stuart Corbett do. do. 

John Wynch do. do. 
W.J.Thompson, 

CB. do. do, 

Humphrey Hay do. do. 

Male. Nicolson do. do, 
Henry Barkley 

Henderson do. do. 

Tho. Best Jervis do. do. 
Fred.S.Sotheby, 
CB, do. do, 

Edw.Huthwaitedo. do. 

G. R. Crawftird do. do. 
Hen. Delafoase, 

CB. do. do, 

J. R. Woodhouse do. do. 
Robert Leech, CB. 7 Aug. 
AJ^ghanistan tc Persia 

NielCampbeU 28 July 80 £.1. 
G.Thomson, CB. do. do. 
Wm. Garden do. do, 
Alex. C. Peat, CB. do. do. 
Wm. Alexander do. do. 
Eldred Pottinger, CB. 

28 July 80 Afghanistan. 
Crawford Hagait, 

18 Nov. 40 E.I. 
Wm. Coghlan do. do, 
C.Rochfort Scott 

17 Nov. P.5fr. 

F. U. Robe do. do. 
R. Wilbraham do. do, 
Cha. H. Churchill do. do, 
Lewis Brown, 2 April, 41 

East Indies. 

G. A. Mee, 26 May 41 do, 
Phillip Anstruther CB do. 
Henry Moore, CA. do. do, 
A. J.Hadfleld, 8 July 41 do. 
•Hen. Brown, 5 Oct. 41 JS. /. 

Comp. Depot at Warley 
Fred. Wright Hands 

28 Nov. 41. B.Ind. 

C, T. Thomas ' do. do. 

Wm. Rollings do. do, 

E. W. Kennett do. do. 

Cha. Marshal] do. do, 

Fred. B. White do. do. 

John Jervis do. do. 

Albert Pinson do. do. 

Geo. R. Wilton do. do. 

Andrew Fraser do. do. 

James Scott do. do, 

Wm. Hyslop do. do. 

G.A.Underwood do. do, 

Wm. G«ddet do. do. 



O. S. Btaodell 

28 Nov. 41 E.Ind. 

Francis Jenkins do. do. 

Wm. A. Troup do. do, 

Chas.HewotBon,do. do. 

John Fawoett do. do. 

David Birrell do. do. 

D. Thompson do. do, 

Aneas Sherilf do. do, 

A ibany Troward do. do. 

Humtfrey Lyons do. do, 

James Mellor do. do, 

Rob. S. Yoliand do. do, 

John Fra. Bird du. do, 

James Briggs do. do, 

James Croudace do. do. 

Peter Hamond do. do. 

Thomas Sanders do. do. 

Geo. Twemlow do. do. 

A. O. Hyslop do. do. 

Thomas Gidley do. do, 

J. ftomers Down do. do, 

Jas. Fraser, CJB. do. do. 

CharlesJohnson do. do. 

Thomas Sewell do. do, 

Fra. B. Lucas do. do. 

H. SliUes Foorddo. do, 

James C. Tudor do. do, 

Step.Q. Wheeler do, do. 

Richard Ord do. do. 

F. J. Simpsou do. do. 
Ralph Tlu>rpe, do. do, 
William Cotton do. do. 
Jamea Wyllle do. ,do, 

G. P.P. Vincent do. tto. 
Clifton Benbow do. do. 
Wm. Forbes do. do, 
O. M. C. Smyth do. do. 
Charles Field do. do. 
Cha. O. Dixon do. do, 
Cha. Richards do. do, 
Claud Douglas do. do. 
John C. Wallace do. do, 
W.E. Litchfield do. do. 
William Brown do. do, 
George Mors do. do, 
J. Aug. Scott do. do, 
W. M. N. Sturt do. do. 
William Minto do. do, 
R. M. M.Oookedo. do, 
William Payne do. do, 
John Gunning do. do, 
*L.C.A. Meyer, do. Cavalry 

Depot at Maidstone, 
T. Seaton, CB, 

4 Oct. 42 £./nd. 

A. Abbott, CB. do. do, 
C. E.T.OIdfleld, CB. do. do, 
J. B. Backhouse, CB* do. do. 

H. P. Bum do. do, 

E.R.Mainwaring do. do, 

G.Broadfoot, CB. do. do. 
A. G. F. J.Younghusband 

do. do. 
Geo. Hall Mae- 

Gregor, CB, do. do, 

R.Codrington 28 Dec. do, 

T. Polwhele do. do. 

F. Abbott do. do. 
W.H. Simpson, CB.do. do. 
T.E.A.Napleton do. do. 

G. Bumey do. do 
J- Halkett Craigie, 

CB. do. do. 

J. Ferris, CB. do. do. 

F. A. Reid, CB, do. do, 

G. C. Ponsonby do. do. 
J. Alexander do. do, 
W.Anderson,CB.do. do, 
R. Shirreff do. do. 
J. T. Lane do. do. \ 

C, Blood do. do. 
W. RiddeU do. do, 
H. M. Lawrence do. do, 
T. H. Scott, CB. do. do, 
T. T. Pears, CB, do. do, 
R.C.Moore, CB. do. do, 

D. F. Evane do. do, 
J. Macadam do. do, 
Fred. Macketon, 

CB, do. do, 

C. H. Delamain, CB, 

4 July 48 do. 



list 



Local Raiik. 



M. P. WUkNifhbj, CB, 

4 Jul7 49 B, Jnd. 
W. T. Whittle, CB. do. do, 
O. Fisher, CB. do. do, 

F. N. B. Tucker do. do, 
J. Jsckion, CB. do. 4I0. 
A. Tucker, CB. do. da. 
8. J. SteTens, CB. do. lio. 
E. Oreen, OJB, do. do. 

W. B. O. Blenkint, Cil. 

do. do. 
J. GriSn IS Sept. do. 



CAPTAINS. 

AtfCTMi^^n^ /or the R. India 

Company's Army, 
James Murraj London 
Tho. Otho Traren Cork 
Richard Geo.Grtfijce Dubttn 
H. Vibart Q\n:g Edinbwgh 
Wm. Eltey 9 Dec. 30 B. I. 
Depot at Warley. 
O. Maclean, 27 Apr. 88 Gold 

Coast of Africa. 
•Win. P. Hay, 6 May 4«. 
S.I, Co.* s Depot, Warley 

LIEUTENANT. 
*W.Q. PogsonSI July 43 do. 



lOffioert of the lata St. 
Helena Regt. who have 
local nwk at St. Helena 
and Eastward of the Cape 
of Good Hope. 

Brigadier'Qenorai, 
Charles Dallas .... 1 4 Feb* 88 

Lieut. 'Colonels. 
Thomas Lyster ..18 Not. 1A 

C. R. O. Hodson IS Aug. 10 

M^for 

D. K. Pritehard..Sl MayS7 

Captains. 
T.M. Hunter.... 81 Apr. S3 
G. A. Den Taaflfe SS Apr. S3 
O. O'Connor ... .SI May 87 

J. B. Splller S Apr. 88 

D. Me Mahon. . . .80 Apr. SV 
A. A. Yoange.... 3 May 30 
W. O. Kennedy.. 86 Jan. 83 
W. K. DoTeloB . .87 Jaa. S8 



J. I. Prilehaid ..II Mt| 31 
W. MawB 10ct.» 

lAeutenanto, 
Q, W. Melllss. ... 14 Apr. » 
M.J. Johnson ..80 Aof.se 
J. Sampson .... 8 Mar. S? 
& P. Armstrong SI Unjfl 
W. P. Sampson. . 13 S<f|i. S7 
A. V. Smith .... Apr i$ 
C. S. T. Bond .. 9 Apr. tf 
J. R. C. Mason.. I Apr. II 
T.B.Knlpe ....98 Nor. SI 

T. S. Reed S Aot. » 

J. B. Alf zander SI Jaa. at 
D.H.H. Lester IOcl.91 



F. N. Greene .... 17 Sep. 9 
H.Marriott ....I7$«p.«) 

G. S. Chadwlek..90 Dec. N 
G. Pritchard ....90 Dec » 
F. M. Bakar ....1« Msr.M 



tll5 



YEOMEN OF THE GUARD, 



Her Majesty 9 Body Guard, 
(INSTITUTED BY HENRY VII., IN THE YEAR I486.) 



Captam, 
Th» Earl of Beverlej. 

Lieutenant. 
Sit Geoi^ Philip Lee. 

Ensign, 
Sir George Houlton. 

Clerk (ff the Cheque and Secretary, 
JoDathan Ellerthorpe. 



Exom. 



Sir Samael Hancock 

William Bellain' 

fLat4 a Captain in ths I5th Buitars.J 



John Parker Nattall 
Thomaa Seymoar Sadler 



6 Ushers and 100 Yeomen. 



1 Captain Bellairs entered the 1 5th Hussars in 1811, and retired from that Begt. aft * 
Captain, in 1819. He served in the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in the Peninsula, and was 
present at the battle of Vittoria, the battles in the Pyrenees in front of Pampelnna on the 
27th, 28th, 29th, and SOth July; blockade of Pampeluna from 18th to 81st Oct. when it 
snrrendered, battle of Orthes, action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides many minor 
affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the action at Quatre Bras, the 
retreat the following day, and battle of Waterloo: horse killed on the retreat from 
Qoatre Bras, and two wounded under him at Waterloo. 



THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN AT ARMS. 

The Body Gua,rd of ike Sovereign on all Public and State oceaeione, 

(ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1600.) 

Captain. 
John OeoTge Weld, Lwd Forester, P.C, 8 Sept. 1841. 

LieuieTuint. 
Hon, Sir Edward Batler, p 12 Feb. 1839. 

Standard Bearer. 
Henry Robinson, p24 Jan. 1840. 

Oentlemen at Arms. 



Sir Benjamin Smith p 20 

George Wilkinson p 15 

James Morison p 21 

John George Maud p24 

John Banks p6 

ThonuM Geoi^e Wright p 11 

John Vaughan P 6 

Mathew Clement Walker p 14 

Ertward Clarke p 8 

Benjamin Tomkins Pdl 

Francis Henry Talmans r 18 

Thomas Blewitt P 8 

{Late an Bntign in ih$ SOfA RegU) 

Henry Larkyns Ewart P28 

Richard Nelson Jones p 6 

Francis Hopkinson p 6 

George Winchester pSO 

James Thomson p24 Feb. 98 

jEsculapius Field P 4 Har. 38 

George Piatt p 24 Mar 38 

JamesGodden ? 29 Mar. 88 



Sept. 


17 


June 19 


April 


121 


May 


28 


Sept. 


80 


Jan. 


82 


Aug. 


S3 


Aug. 


33 


Not. 


34 


Jan. 


36 


May 


86 


Aug. 


36 


Oct. 


37 


Jan. 


88 


Jan. 


88 


Jan. 


38 



Alfred Perkins p 5 Feb. 30 

Francis Lysons Price p 10 April 89 

9 $n John Kincaid > 10 July 39 

John Norton Smith p 6 Mar. 40 

Hector Archibald Macneil . . . . p 6 June 40 

William Steele p June 40 

Thomas Hayter Johnston p 8 June 40 

John Tyrwhitt Walker Pl6 June 40 

Robert Hamilton p 8AprU41 

Alfred Markcs p21 Aug. 41 

John Lewis Lamotte p20 Oct 41 

John Ashford P14 April 42 

Francis Watts P28Jiue42 

Frederick John Trick p 29 July 42 

{Lat9 a LUat. in the Wth RegU) 

James Mathias Oilbertson . . . .p31 Oct. 4S 

Charles Winter P31 Dee. 42 



James Tyler P2dJan. 49 

Joseph Skipp Lloyd p 2 Feb. 43 

9 John Blakiston* 8 Dec. 43 

{LaU Brw.-HajoTt ^ Oapt, on h,p. 97th Regt,) 

John Gregory p 18 Dec. 43 

Paymtuter.^Sir William Boothby, Baronet, 2 May, 27. 

{LaU a Capi. in the 7th Garrison Battalion,) 
^<(/tifan^— James Bunce Curling, p 5 May, 38. 
ITar^in^r.— Samuel Wilson, p24 Feb. 31. 
Scarlet, — Facing Blue. ^^«n^,— Messrs. Hopkinson and Co. 

1 Captain Klncttid Joined Mm Rifle Bri«(wl« in 1800. and retired from it at a Captain In 1881. HeacrT«>d 
on the Waleheren expedition In 1000; and stilMequently in the Peningula, including the rvtrvat to the 
llnea of Tome Vedrte in 1810, occupHtion of them, punult of Maecena, aetioni at Santarem, Pooibal. Rr-> 
dtnha, Casal Nots, Foi d'arottce, and flabajtal, battle of Fuentee d'Onor, actlonf near Puente OahkstMo 
and Aldea de Ponte* flege and storming of Ciudad Rodrtgo.— led the storming partx of the light divlatoa ; 
■lege and etorming of Bad^fox, aetionaon the helghte of Sau CliiittOTal and at Castrcjon, battle of Salamaoca, 
capture of Madrid, retreat from Salamanca in which he was actinc Brigade Major to the Ut Brigade of 
the light division; actions at San Munoe and San Milan, l»attle of Vittoria and three days severe sklrmisb- 
ing hi following the enemy to Pampeluna which ended in the capture of their last giin by the Rifle Brigade : 
battles of the Pyrenees, atonnlng the hetghta of Echelar. storming the fortified heights of Bera, battl«a of 
the NiTtflle and the Nive, together with those near Bayonne on the 0th, 10th, llUi, 19th, and ISib Der. 
1818; action at Tarbcs, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor affairs. Serred also the cam* 
naign of 1818, and was present at the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, battle of 
Waterloo, and capture of Parle : at Waterloo his horse was wounded In flTe plaeee and killed under hte. 

S MiOor Blaklston having passed through the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich In 1808, he prooeedad 
to India as a Cadet in the Bast India Company's Serrlce, and was appointed to the Corpe of Englneenoa 
the Madras Establishment, being then on half*pay as a Lieutenant in H. M. Serrlce. In 1808 he senred in 
the campaign agalnet the Mahrattaa, and was engaged In the battles of AMaye and Aifaam, and at ilio 
■leges and assaults of Ahmednuggur and OawUghur. At the suppression of the mutiny at yellore in 1808 
be directed the guns by which the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted as Chief Engineer at the capture 
of the Island of BouriMn. Having been employed In reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of Prance 
to the arrival of the espedilton, he wna tn^trvmenial In discovering the spot where the descent 
and, havtaf been appointed to thi» eharge of the Guides, he led the advance of the Anay until the 
der of that Island. For his services on the above occasion he was nominatrd Extra Alde-de-Caaip to H* 
Oommaader-ln-Chlef, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 1811 ; and having been tent In 
advance with the Chief Engineer to Are on tho point of landing, he was engaged In a serioat allhir on tbm 
coast In the boats of H. M. ships Barrafouta and Leda. On the landing of the Army he vat eogafcJ \m 
the aflUrsof Wellevrieden and Samaraog, and at the siege and assault of the fortified poaitioa of Oomdia. 
In 1819, having attained the rank of Captain in the corpe of Madras Engineers, he velumed oa Airto««k 
to England. Shortly afterwards, having been placed on 1^11 pay la H. M. 87th Regt., he was appoialed ta 
a company la the 17th Portogoeee Regt , with which he seived in the Light Division of the Pmiasvlar 
Army until the eooclnskm of the war; having been present at the battles of Tittoria, Nlvelle, NlvewOrthas, 
and Tooloosa, and la all tlie aflklre In which the Light Division was engaged. At the alege of 8«a 
Babaatian he vdlnaleared •■ an Engineer, and while so engaged was severely wounded. For hte ae r v to a a ott 
tUa occadon he was promoCad to a company In the 97th Regt. ; In 1816 waa placed oo half-pay; aad o« 
the 98id Jane 18tf he waa hitmght oo foil pay of theStta Regt., and retired by the sale of hla< 




117 



STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS. 



Commander in Chibf. 
9 iSI Picid MafBhal Hit Grace the Dvke of Wbllinoton. KG. QCB. GCH. 

Military Secretary* 
9 m lieat-Genena Lord Fitsroy Somerset, KCB. Colonel of the 53rd Regiment. 

AideiHie-'Cajnp. 

Colonel Hon. Geoige Anson, Half-pay Unattached. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur, Marqtdt of Dooro, ditto. 
Lieutenant Charles, Earl qf March, R. Re^. of Horse Guards. 
Ueutenant Henry, Jifor^u q/* Worcester, 1st Life Gds. 

Adjutant-Qbnbbal. 
9 Lleut.-General Sir John Macdonald, KCB. Colonel of the 67th Regiment. 

Deputy Adgutant'OeneraL 
9 Higor-General George Brown, CB. KH. 

AtHetant A^utant-Oenertd. 
9 Colonel William Cochrane, Half>pay Unattached. 

Deputy AsHstant Adgutgnt'General, 
9 Major Roche Meade, KH. Half-pay Unattached. 

Inspecting Field Officer^ and Superintendmt of the Recruiting Department, 
9 Colonel George Dean Pitt, KH. 

QtrARTBR-MABTBB GBNBRAL. 

9 General Sir James WUloughby Gordon, Bart,, GCB. GCH. Colonel of the 2drd 
Royal Welsh FusiUers. 

Aseistant Quarter^Matter Oeneral, 
9 Colonel James Freeth^ KH. Half-pay Unattached 

Deputy Auisiant Quarter-Master Oeneral. 

Captain Jchn Enoch, 83rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

t c 



118 



1st Regiment of Life Guards. 



Yean' Serr. 



54 



Full 
P»7- 



80 



27 



22 

18 
16 
15 
15 
11 
10 
10 

13 

7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
4 
3 
3 



7 

3 
5 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

13 
8 
9 
3 

21 



Half 
Pay. 



6 






































10« 



" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO.* 

ColoneL 
a Stapleton, Viscount Combermere,* GCB. GCH. 2nd lAeut, 26 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut. 16 March, 91 ; Capt, 28 Feb. 93 ; Mqjor, 28 April, 94 ; Lieut.-Coi, 
9 March, 94; Col. 1 Jan. 1800 j JIf <^;ar-Gen. 30 Oct. 06 ; Lieut^-Oen. I Jan. 
12; Qen. 27 May, 25. Col. Ist Life-GuardB, 16 Sept 29. 

Lieut.^Colonel and Colonel. 
a Hon. H. F. C. Cavendish,' Lieut. 1th FusUiere, p26 May,08; Capt. p6 June, 
11 ; Mqjor^ p 2 April, 18 ; Lieut.-Col. p 12 July, 21 ; Col. 10 Jan, 37. 

Mqjor and Lieut. -Colonel. 
John Hall, Comet, p 12 June, 17; Lieut. p24 July, 17; Capt. P2 Aug. 29; 
Brevet'MqJor, 8 Sept 31 ; Lieut. -Col. p 27 Dec. 1837. 



Captains. 

Richard Parker 

Tho0.Myddelton Biddulph 

Thomas Bulkeley 

Lord F. A. Gordon, i. . . 
Lord Wm. Bercsford .... 

George Rushout 

Lord Chaa. P. P. Clinton 

Lord Tho6. C. P. Clinton 

L1EUTBNANT8. 

iBlBWiUiam Anderton' ? 
Quarter- Ma9ter, 1 Jan. SI S 
Sir Chas. Wm. Kent, Bt. 
Hon.yf. H. S. Cotton.. 

John Farrer 

John Talbot Clifton .... 
Francis Frederick Lovell 
George Henry Cavendish 
Hen. Afar^.of Worcester,* 

Henry Lowther 

C0BNBT8 AND Sub- 
lieutenants. 
RobtWinterbottom, R.M. 

Richard Sutton 

Tho. Geo. Lord Glamis. . 
G. H. R. C. Viae. Seaham 
WG ^aWqfMun9ter(Xf .) 
Hugh William Boulton . . 



COR. AND 
SUB-LIEUT. 



P 2 Aug. 22 
P 7 Oct. 26 
p 30 June 28 
P 2 Aug. 29 
P30 April 29 
P 18 Jan. 33 
P 24 Jan. 34 
PlOMay 34 

24 July 34 

P 10 Feb. 37 
P21 Oct 37 
P27 Dec. 37 
P 5April39 
P 16 Aug. 39 

P 17 Aug. 41 
P24 Sept 41 



18 Dec, 37 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P28 June39 
P 13 Jan. 43 
P 1 July 42 
P 8April42 
P 16 June 43 



LIEUT. 



P31 July 25 
P 23 Feb. 29 
P 24 May 31 
18 June 34 
P 4 July 34 
P 10 Feb. 37 
P 5 May 37 
P 24 June 37 

18 Dec. 37 

P 16 Aug. 39 
P18 May 41 
P 10 Nov. 41 
P 18 Mar. 42 
P30Dec. 42 
31 Jan. 40 
P 7 July 43 
P 5 Sept 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P30 June28 
P 16 May 34 
P 6 May 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P27 Dec. 37 
P 18 Mar. 42 
P30 Dec. 42 
P 16 June 43 



BREVET* 
MAJOR. 



23 Nov. 41 



John Leslie. 

Henry DorrienStreatfeildjP 7 July 43 

James Macnaghtcn Hogg p 6 Oct. 43 

A4jutant.'-^1BL Lifiut. William Anderton, 18 Dec. 37. 

Quarter-Master. — C3A Robert Falconer, 2 Sept. 36. 

Surgeon. — Alexander Elliot Campbell, M.D. 2 June, 43; Assist. -Surg. 27 Not.3& 

Assistant'Surgeon. — Anthony Cesar FitzRoy Coldough, M.D. 18 June, 41. 

Veterinary'Surgeon.^9 William Percivall/ 30 Nov. 12. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agent, George Samuel Collyer,Esq. 
[^Returned from France, January, 1816.] 

1 Lord Combermere aorompanled hii reft. (Um 8th 1>t. Odt.) to Flanders In Aug. 1798» and tanrtd to tko 
•nd of that eainpaifn, and until June of the following one. In ITM be embarked In command of the flfltb 
LL Dra. for the Cape of Oood Rope, and lenred a abort but active campaign under Sir Thomat Craig, wImm 
he accompanied hie regt. to India, where he Mrred In the memorable campaigne of 17M and SO^ agateat 
TIppoo Sultaon, including the battle of Mallavelly, and iSege of Seringapataro. Proceeded to the Penlnaala 
In 1806, In command of a brigade of caralry, eonekting of the 14th and lOth Lt. Drt., at the head of which 
he dIetiagnUhed himself, during the campaign in the north of Portugal, Indnding the opcratlooe at Opoffto^ 
and aflerwarde at the battle of TUavera. In Aug. 1800, the local rank of Lleat.«Gen. wae eonfencd opo* 
him ; end, earlv In 1810, he wae appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry under the Duka of 
Wellington, and remained in that command until the termination of the war in 1814, and dletlngulshod 
himieir at the head of the cavalry upon every occaeton that preeented Itself, Including the TarloiM artlnne 
In covering the retrrat from Almeida to Torres Tedras, battle of Busaco, actions at Villa Qarda aad 
Omtr^lon. battles of Pnentes d'Onor and Salamanca (severely wounded), action at EJ Bodon, battles of 
the Pyre n ees, Ortliee, and Toulouse. Served also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1895 and M^ 
as Commander-in-chief. His lordship has received a Medal for Seringapatam, and a Cross and oaa Clasp 
ibr the battles of Talaveim, Puentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Orthen, and Toulouse. 

% Colonel Cavendish served in the Peninsula from July 1808 to January, 1800, and was ww 
the wrist at the battle of Corunaa, where he served as aide-de-camp to Lord Wm. Bentlnck. 

t Ueut. Aadartoa served the Campaign of 1816. and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

4 Mr. PardvaU served In the Penioeala from September. 1618, to the end of the War la 1814. aad 
Vnaeot at tba battle of TboIoiim. Serted also the campaign of 1816, Includinf tha captoia of Farts. 



2d Regiment of Life Guards. 



119 




24 
18 
17 
14 
Id 
12 
13 
9 














8 





8 





10 





8 





8 





7 





6 





6 





7 





5 





8 





5 





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" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 
Colonel. 
P Charles Wm. Marquis of Londonderry/ GCB. OCH. Ensign, 11 Oct 1794 ; 
Lieut, 80 Oct. 94; Capt. 12 Not. 94; Mqjor, 81 July, 96; Lieut.-Col. 
1 Jan. 97; Colonel^ 25 Sept. 1803; Mqjor-GeH. 25 July, 10; Lieut.-Oen. 
4 June, 14 ; Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Col, 2nd Life Guards, 23 June, 43. 

Lieut.'Colonsl and Colonel, 
George Alexander Reid, Comet and Sub-Lieut, p 7 Mar. 18; Lieut. 20 Mar. 21 ; 
Capt, Pll Nov. 24; Brevet-Mq^or, 23 July, 31 ; Mqjor j- Lieut, Col, p 17 
Feb. 32 ; Lieut.-Col. jr Colonel, p 10 April, 40. 

Mqforand Lieut, -Colonel, 
James M'Douall, Comet, p 19 Feb. 18; Lieut. p2 Oct. 23; Capt. p 19 Oct. 25; 
Brevet-Mtyor, 28 June 38 ; M(^or |r Lieut.-Col, P 10 April, 40. 



Captains. 

Lewis Duncan Williams . . 

Joiiii Roche 

Mountjoy Francis Martyn 

Geo. Howard Yyse 

Robert Blane 

Thomas Ogilvy 

Thomas Naylor 

Fenton John Eyans Freke 

Lieutenants. 
Henry George Boyce. . . . 
Wm. Aug. ToUemache . . 

James King, R. M 

Hon, Rob. Neville Lawley 
E. M. Earl qf Longford 
Charles J. Tottenhiun . . . 

Richard Lucas 

<9irFrancisWm.Syke8,jB^. 

COBNBTS AND SUB- 
LIEUTENANTS. 

A. W. Viset. Drumlanrig 

Peter Sherwen 

Hon, Comwallis Maude 
Hon. Brownlow C. Bertie 

Henry Langley 

Henry SavUe Lumley . . 
HenryH.O'Donel Clayton 
Wm. Hamilton Greville 
Hon. J. H. Delaval Astley 



COB. AND 
SUB-LIEUT. 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 21 June 20 
P 2*7 Oct. 26 
P 27 Dec. 27 
P 26 Nov. 30 
P 1 Nov. 31 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 30 Dec. 31 
P 24 Nov. 35 

Pll Mar. 36 
P 15 April 36 
24 July 34 
P 8 July 36 
P 9 July 36 
P 28 April 37 
P 8 June 38 
P31 Dec. 39 



P 26 Dec. 37 
21 June 39 
P 16 Sept. 36 
Pll Oct. 39 
p 9 May 40 
P 28 May 42 
P 19 Jan. 43 
20 Jan. 43 
P17 Mar. 43 



P 23 July 25 
P 29 Jan. 30 
P 22 Mar. 31 
P 17 AprU 35 
P 25 Mar. 36 
P29 April 36 
P 16 Mar. 33 
P 24 Mar. 37 



P 28 AprU 37 
P 1 Sept. 37 
22 Aug. 38 
P 8 May 40 
P 9 May 40 
P 28 May 42 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P 15 Apr. 42 



P 15 July 28 
P 25 Mar. 36 
P 22 AprU 36 
P 1 Sept. 37 
p 8 June 38 
P 8 May 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P 28 May 42 



BBBYBT- 
MAJOB 



23 Nov. 41 



23 Nov. 41 



Adl^utant. — Comet & Sub-Lieut, Peter Sherwen, 21 June, 39. 
Quarter-Master.— WiMmm AUen, 25 July, 34. 

Surgeon. — Jas. Bett,' 1 Sept. 37 ; Assist.-Surg.9 Nov. 16 ; Hosp.- Assist. 6 Nov. 13. 
Assist.-Surgeon. — Francis Wm. Grant Calder, 25 Sept. 35. 
Veterinary-Surgeon. — James Home, 31 May 39. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

[Returned from France, February, 1816.] 

Lord Londonderry haa received ft croee and one elup for Sahagun and Benevcnte, Talavera, Bumco^ 
Puentea d'Onor, and Bad^Jos, and waa aeverely wounded In the head by a musket-ball in Holland, lOtk 
Oct. 1700. 

Mr. Bett wai at the capture of Genoa, 15th AprU, 1814 ; and at the capture of Caatine In Ajnerlca, 
lit Sept. following. 



120 



Yean' Sert. 



61 



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Pej. 



38 



82 



32 

29 
90 
15 
14 
U 
14 
11 

22 

13 

10 

10 

7 

7 

6 

4 
4 
3 



Half 
Pay. 



Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

CcUmeL 
P QIB Henry WilUaxn, Marquis of Anglesey/ KG. 0€B. GCH. JAeut.-Coi. 
* 12 Sept. 1793 ; Col, 3 May, 96 ; Mqiar-Gen. 20 April, ld02 ; Lieta.-Gen. 85 
April, 08 ; Oen. 12 Aug. 10; Colonel of the Royal Horte Guard* 20 Dec. 4S. 

Lieut,'Colonel. 
P William Richardson/* Comet, p27 Feb. 06 ; Lieut, p 20 Aug. 07 ; Capt, p 26 
Dec. 11 ; Lieut,'Col. p 24 July, 23 ; Col, 10 Jan. 37. 

Mqjor, 
9 Q2i Everard Wm. Bouverie,' Comet, p 2 April, 12 ; Lieut, 15 Oct. 12 ; Capt, 
P 9 Sept. 19 ; Brev.-Mqf, 6 May, 81 ; Lieut,'CoL p 4 Dec. 32. 












3* 














cobuby. 



Captains. 
9 on George Smith* . 
J. Constaatine Trent . . . 
Hon, G.C. Weld Forester 
Wyndham Edw. Hanmer 

Hon. Horace Pitt 

Richard Silver Oliver 

R. H. R. Howard Yyse . . 

Lord Alg. P. B. St. Maui 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Brunt, R.M 

Alex. Thompson Munro. . 

Robert Oliver 

Hon, Chas. Hen. Cust . . 
John P. P. Wade Bastard 
A. Bateman Periam Hood 
Chas. H. Gordon Lennox, 

Barl qf March, # 

Hugh Smith Baillie .... 
Lord Geo. John Manners 
Vincent Rowland Corbett 

Cornets. 
£orif Alex. F.C.G. Lennox 
Horace Dormer Trelawny 

Robert Sheffield 

GUbert East Gilbert East 
Hon, Lewis Alex. Grant 
Sir Chas. Slingsby, Bart, 
Hon, Geo. Watson Milies 



LIEUT. 



5 Nov. 12 
P 16 Nov. 16 
P 27 May 24 
P 26 Mar. 29 
P 27 Feb. 30 
P 29 July 30 
P 30 Nov. 30 
P 31 May 33 

28 Jan. 19 
11 Jan. 31 
P 17 Jan. 34 
P 14 Mar. 34 
P 21 April 37 
P 30 June 37 

P24May 39 
P 3 April 40 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 16 Julv 41 



18 Nov. 13 
P 22 June 20 
P 1 Aug. 26 
P 16 Mar. 31 
P 6 July 32 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 31 May 33 
Pll Nov. 36 

31 July 26 
1 June 33 
P 21 April 37 
P 30 June 37 
P 8 Feb. 42 
P 22 July 42 

P27 Sept. 42 
P 24 Mar. 43 
4 Aug. 43 
P22 8ept.4d 



CAPTAIN. 



P 22 June 20 
P 2 Aug. 26 
P 6 July 32 
P 9 Jan. 35 
P 11 Nov. 36 
P 16 Dec. 86 
P27 Sept. 42 
P24Mar. 43 



BRETBT- 
MAJOR. 



10 Jan. 87 
23 JfoY, 41 



2 XorcTAlex. F.C.G. Lennox p 8 Feb. 42 

2 Horace Dormer Trelawny p 15 April 42 

2 RobertSheffield P22July 42 

2 GUbert East Gilbert East p 1 Nov. 42 

1 Hon, Lewis Alex. Grant p 24 Mar. 43 

1 Sir Chas. Slingsby, Bart, p 4 Aug. 43 

1 Hon. Geo. Watson Milies p22 Sept. 43 
13 Adjutant, — Lieut, Alexander Thompson Munro, 18 Jan. 31. 

13 Quarter-Master, — Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31 . 

17 5ur^e(m.~Geoige Gulliver, 2 June, 43 ; A ,-8, 12 June, 28 ; if. -it . 17 May, 27. 

8 Aetistant-Surgean, — J amcy Cockbnrn, 15 April, 36. 

30 1^ Felfrinary-iSur^eoti.— ^mJohnSiddal^lOOct. 12. 

Blue — Faeingt Scarlet. — AgentSy Messrs. Cox& Co. 
IRetumedfrom France, February, 1816.] 

I Lord AngieMj Jolaed tiM Dok« of York's army In Flandera in 1704, in command of the SOth ; In tli« 
retrtat be had the temporary command of Lord Cathcart's Brigade. Accompanied the Dake on the Expe- 
dition to Holland In I7V0» and commanded the cavalry la the action of the tad Oct.,—** late In the eventeip. 
ihe enemy's cavalrr haTing been defeated in an attempt which thejr made upon the British Horse Attitlrry 
•n the beach, and haTlng been chained bj the cavalry under Lord Pafec, were driven witli considerahle loan 
nearly to Bgmont op-Zee." In the retirat of that army he protected the rear with his cavalry, and m»iii« 
skirmishing having taken place in which several pieces of cannon fell into the hands of the enemy, his 
Loidshlp with one squadron attacked the force under Oeneral Simon, amounting to six times his own nam* 
hers, repulsed them, retaking the British, and capturing at the same time severel pieces of the eneny'n 
cannon. In 1806 proceeded to the Prninsula in command of two brigades of cavalry ; attacked and «le> 
feated a body of the enemy at Sahagua ; sad, during the retreat of Sir John Moore he brought np th« 
rear, and was engaged wiih the enemy at Mayorga and Benevenie. Commanded a division of the Army 
under the Earl of Chatham on the Wakheren ExpiBdhiOD, In 1800. Commanded the cavalry In the cnai* 
palgn of 1816 ; engaged in frequent ehargce on the enemy, in proteeting the rear of the inftmtry oa th* 
retreat of the 17lh June; and, towards the dose of the battle of Waterloo he was struck on the right thlyb 
1^ a cannon-shot, — leg amputated. His Lordship has leoeived a Medal for fiahagua end Beneventew 

I* Colonel Richardson served with the regiment in Spain and Prance, Iron Dec 18U to the end of ttet 
war in 1814. 

S Llettt.-Colonel Bonverle served In the Peninsula fh)m October, 1819, to the end of that war in I8U, la. 
eluding the battle of Vittoria. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was wounded at Waterloo. 

8 Lieut.-Colonel Smith served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, in Spain, Fianee, and Planders, and waspreeeasa 
at the battle of Waterloo. Bfcvet-liettt.-colooel 88th June, 88. 

4 Mr. SMdall served the campaign of 1815, and was prasent at the battle of Waterloo. 



Head Qnartexv,-! 
at Cantcrbvry.J 



Years' Serv. 



67 



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1« 



\st (^ The King*s) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. 

'* WATERLOO." 



121 



Colonel, 
9 H&n. Sir Wflllam tamley,* QCB. OyrMty 24 Oct. 1787 ; Lieitt, 10 May 00 ; 
Capt. 4 Dec. 03 ; Mqjor, 10 Mar. 05 \ Lieut. -Col. 25 May, 05 ; Co/. 29 April, 
1802; Major-Gen, 25 Oct. 00; Lieut.-Gen, 4 June, 14; Qen, 10 Jan. 37; 
Col, \tt Dragoon Guards, 30 April, 40. 

lAeut. Colonel. 

W8L Hon. George Cathcart,' Comet ^ Sub-Lieut. 10 May, 10 ; Lieut. 1 July, 1 1 ; 

Capt, 24 Dec. 18; 3f^ar, p 8 April, 26; Lieut.-Col. P13 May, 26; Col 23 

Nov. 41. 

Afe^or, 
Richard Martin, Ens, 5 Oct. 15 ; Lieut. p2 Jan. 23; Capt, P31 Dec. 28; Mqjor, 
PllJnne,41. 



Captains. 
James Smith Schonswar 
Hastings David Sands . . 

Alfred Scott 

Henry Martin Tumor .. 
19 Fred. Hammersley^ . . 
Tho. Ommaney Pipon . . 
Edmund James Power . . 
Manaton Pipon 



Lieutenants. 

S^ Richard HoUis 

Bingham Newland 

John Blackburn Hawkes 

Geo. W. C. Jackson 

Wm. Warner Allen . . . . 
Robert Otho Travers .... 
James Peach Cleaver. . . . 
George Wm. Blathwayt 

Lockhart Little 

Talbot Dillon Chester .. 

Cornets. 
Richard Burke, R. M. . . 

William Tuthill 

James S. Stirling Stuart 
Pearson Scott Thompson 
Edw. Rob. Starkie Bencc 
Thomas Milles Riddell . . 
Henry George Sutton 



CORNET. 



P 5 Mar. 29 
P 18 June 31 
P27 Sept, 31 
P20 Aug. 29 
P 23 Jan. 12 
P17 Oct. 34 
P 6 May 36 
P20May 36 

1 July 36 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 2 Mar. 38 
P 29 Mar. 39 
P 29 Nov. 39 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P 15 June 39 
P20NOV. 40 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P 16 Apr. 41 



LIEUT. 



P 17 Dec. 30 
P24Dec. 33 
P 11 July 34 
P31 Dec. 33 
P 9 April 12 
P24Feb. 37 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P29Dec. 37 

12 Jan. 38 
P 14 June 39 
P27 Sept. 39 
P 12 June 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P21 Aug. 40 
P17 June 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P May 43 



CAPTAIN. 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



P 6 May 36 
P18 May 38 
P 8 Mar. 39 
P 14 June 39 
8 May 40 
P 20 Nov. 40 
Pll June 41 
p 17 June 42 



5 Capt. Hammenlej lerred 
in the Peninsula from Aug. 
1812 to the end of that war in 
1814, and wa« present at the 
battles of Vittoria andTooIoiue, 
and the inTeatment of, and 
the Heights before Pampeluna. 
Shot through the ahoulder 
whllat protecting a house In 
the neighbourhood of Dublin, 
on dutj In 18oe, when in the 
Militia. 



8 May 40 
P 11 June 41 
P 17 June 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P 9 May 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 
Paymaster . — ^ David Scott Kin. Maclauriny' 18 Sept. 23 ; Deputy Assistant 
Commissary General, 7 March, 14. 
8 A4jutant.^WL Lieut. Richard HoUis, 8 July, 36. 
6 Quarter-Master, — Joseph Missett, 30 March, 38. 
32 1-ft Surgeon,— 9 Thomas Lewis/ M.D. 19 Nov. 30 ; Assist.-Surg. Sept 13 ; Hosp,- 
Assist. Q July II. 
5 Assistant-Surgeon. — Wm. Ord Mackenzie, M.D. 4 Jan. 30. 
28 14^^ Veterinary Surgeon. — ^John Mellows^ 6 Nov. 01. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Canada, Aug. 1843. J 

1 Sir William Lumle7 commanded the 82nd Light Dragoons in Ireland during the rebellion In 1796 ; was 
sererclj wounded through the ankle Joint at Antrim, and preserved the town from being burnt bjr the 
rebels. Subsequently served in the command of that corps In the flrst expedition to Bgjrpt under Sir Ralph 
Abercrombj. Appointed to the staff at the Cape of Good Hope in 1806, but was afterwards transferred to 
be second in command of the expedition under Bir Samuel Auchmuty to South America ; commanded tl^e 
advance on landing in the Rio de la Plata, and at the capture of Monte Video, and the subsequent disas- 
trous proceedings at Buenos Ayres under Lleut.-General Whitelock. Commanded the advance and landing 
at the capture of the bland of Ischia, 1800. Apfiointed to the staff in the Peninsula in 1810 ; Joined the 
army in the North of Portugal, and served as MaJor'Oeneral in Lord Hill's division, and subsequently in 
the same division under Lord Beresford ; commanded ou the Christoval side at the first siege of Radios in 
ISlly and upon the raltiing of that siege he commanded the whole of the allied cavalry at the battle of Al- 
buhera, and also at the cavalry action at Usagre. Sir William has received a medal for Albuhenu 

2 Colonel Boh. O. Cathcart served the campaigns of 181S and 14, in Germany, as aide-de-camp to Lord 
Cathcart, and was engaged at Lntzen 8rd May, Bautzen 20th and 21st May, Dresden 28lh August, Leipsie 
Ititb, 18tb, and 19th October, 1818, Brienne 1st February, Bar-sut-Aube, Areis ^st March, and Fere 
Cbampenoise 25th March, 14. Served also the campaign of 1815, as aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, 
and was present at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

S Paymaster Maclaurin served in the Peninsula during the campaign of 1813, and that in Holland in 1814, 
and subaequently at Waterloo, and with the army of occupation, as Deputy Assistant Commissary General, 
i Doator Lewis served in the Peninsula from July 1811 to June 1813. 



122 



Q;ueeri 



Yean* Serr. 



61 



Pull 



19 



12 



19 
16 
11 
10 
13 
8 



9 
7 
5 
5 

6 
8 

4 
3 
4 
3 



3 
1 
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13 



9 

8 

26 

6 
9 



CoUmeL 



Half 
Pay. 






























Sir Thos. Qttge Hontresor,^ KCH. Ens. 12 March, 1783; Lieui. 4 Aprfl, 89; 
Capt, 17 Jane, 94; Mc^or, 12 AprU, 99; Lieut.-Col, 27 June, 1801 ; Coi. 36 
July, 10; Mq;or'Gen, 4 June, 13 ; JAmt.'Qm^Vl M8y,25; Gen. 29 Noy. 41 ; 
Col, 2nd Dragoon Ouards, 20 Feb. 37. 

ZAeut,''CoUmti, 

Henry Wilmot Charleton, Cornet^ p23 June 25; Xieuf. p90 Dec 26; Capt. 
P13 Not. 32; MqjWj^lZ Dec. 39; Xieut.-Co/. Pll June}4]. 

William CampbeU, Comef, p 6 Jan. 32 ; Lieui. p 12 Apr. 33; Capt, P 27 May, 
Mqfar, p11 June, 41. 



Caftaiks. 

Power Le Poer Trench . 
Hen. St. John Mildmay 
John Cliichester Knox . 

Francis Meynell 

Hylton Briscoe 

Jaduon VilUers TuthlU . 

LiBUTBNANTS. 



Francis Hariland 

Robt Wm. Dallas 

Fred. James Ibbetson . . 

James Ley 

Charles Hugh Key .... 
John Henry Bllis Ridley 
Charles Edward Conyers 
John Southcote Mansergh 
Charles William CalTert 
Nathaniel Eyre Bobbins 

COBNBTS. 

Qeoige BushmaUy R.M. 

Fountaine Hogge 

John Carstairs Jones. . . . 



COBNBT. 



P12 Aug. 24 
P20 Not. 28 
P 13 Sept. 33 
P 17 Jan. 34 
Pll Oct. 31 
P 30 Apr. 36 



24 Not. 35 
P 6 Oct. 37 
P 17 May 39 
P13 Dec. 39 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P 23 Sept. 36 
P 18 Dec. 40 
P 11 June 41 
P 6 Not. 40 
P 25 Not. 42 



30 Apr. 41 
P 9 May 43 
P 15 Dec. 43 



LIBUT. 



P 17 Dec. 26 
P 8 June 30 
P 14 Aug. 35 
P24 April 35 
P 25 July 34 
P17May 39 



29 Sept.37 
P 13 Dec. 39 
P 18 Dec. 40 
Pll June 41 
P 23 April 39 
P 12 June 40 
P 25 Not. 42 
P 9 May 43 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P30Dec. 26 
P 7 Apr. 37 
Pll June 41 
P 3 Dec. 41 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 



BBBTBT- 
XAJOB. 



23 Not. 41 



I 



Paifmaster,^Wm. NeTille Custance, 26 Oct 41; JS^. Pll Oct. 31; JUral. 
P26 June, 35; Capt. P16 Mar. 38. 

Adjutant, — Lieut, Francis HaTlland, 4 Dec. 35. 

Quarter^MoMter, — John HaTiland, 15 July, 36. 

8ft Surgeon.— Wmusi Steele, 29 May, 35; A9titt,'8urg, 18 May, 13; flMp.- 

il«ri#^. 9Mar. 11. 
Q Astittant'Surgeon.'^ThomBii Honer Wheeler, 88 Dec. 38. 

Veterinary 5tiryeon.~Opie Smith, 20 Feb. 35. 

Scarlet — Fadnge Black. — Agent^ Charles Hopldnson, Esq. 

Irith Agents, Messrs. Cane dc Co. 

IRetwmedfrom France, November, 1818.] 

1 sir Tlioiiwt Montfcfor ha* been twenty-four yean on regimental ftill-pay, durinf which peiiod Im eefrad 
at Gibraltar in 1790 and 01 ; In Flanden and Holland in 17W, 4* and ft; tha Bgyptlan ffam pa lf of IBOi 
•nd kubeeqaantly many yean la India. 



^^wSta!^] ^^^ ( '^ iVtnce of WaUfi) Regt. of Dragoon Guards. 1 23 



" TAL^VERA'' — ** ALBUHERA" — « VITTORI A " — " PENINSULA." 



Tctn'Senp 



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Pay. 



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17 



13 

12 

13 

11 

9 



19 
9 
8 
8 
6 
6 
4 
2 
2 



2 
1 
3 
1 

14 

2 
3 

37 

3 

19 



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Colonel, 
Francis Newbery,' Comet, 12 Mar. 94; Lieui. 28 Mar. 94 ; Capt, 29 Mar. 94; 
Ifqfor, 20 Mar. 00 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 April, 08 ; CoL 4 June, 14 ; Mq/or-Oen. 
27 May, 25; Lieut,'Oen. 28 June, 98; Colonel 3rd Dragoon Ouards, 
24 Sept. 42. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Thomas Arthur, Comet, p 23 June, 1825 ; Lieui, p 19 Sept, 26 ; Capt. p 8 Feb, 
31 ; Mqfor, p 15 Sept. 38 ; Lieut.-Col. p 12 May, 43. 

Mt^or, 
Christopher Teesdale, En$. Pll July, 1826; lAeut, P15 June, 30; Capt. 
P 1 June, 32 ; Mt^or, p 12 May, 43. 



Captaiks. 

John Daniel Dyson 

John Nugent 

Francis Garratt . . . 

Francis Watt 

Edward Dyson . . . 
John Rodon 



COKNST. 



LIEUT. 



LlEUTKNANTS. 

Aylmer L. Bourke, R.M. 

Isaac R. Warner 

Matthew Thos. Forde . . 

WiUiam Squire 

Henry Hickman Bacon . . 

Edward Bagwell 

Peter Broughton ...... 

Andrew Rudkin Robinson 
Henry Marsh 



CORNXTS. 

Charles Purdon Coote . 

Richard Croker 

Geo. Cumming FitzOerald 
Thomas Edwutl l/\lutby 



P 9 Dec. 81 
P 17 Feb. 32 
P Mar. 32 
P 17 Aug. 81 
P 18 Oct. 33 
PdOJan. 85 



7 July 26 
P80 0ct. 85 
P 16 Sept. 36 
P 24 Mar. 87 
P 8 June 38 
P 15 Sept. 38 
P 30 Oct. 40 
22 July 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 



P 8 Nov. 42 
P 10 Feb. 48 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P12May 48 



CAPTAIN. 



P 22 Mar. 33 
P 18 Oct. 33 
P 80 Jan. 85 
P 8 July 86 
P27 Oct 87 
P 16 Sept 88 



18 Jan. 27 
16 May 89 
P 17 May 89 
P 2 Aug. 42 
P 8 Nov. 42 
P 10 Feb. 48 
p 17 Mar. 48 
11 May 43 
P12May 48 



P 8 July 86 
P 15 Sept 88 
P 8 Nov. 42 
P 10 Feb. 48 
P 17 Mar. 48 
P 12 May 48 



BRBYBT 
MAJOR. 



P/iymoffer.—Emest Aug. Hawker, 19 Oct 38; Em, 30 Sept 30; Lieut, i*8 
July, 36. 
Adjutant, — Lieut, A. R. Robinson, 2 Aug. 42. 
Quarter'Maeter,'^9 Jo^ Heydoii,^ 30 April, 41. 

Surgeon, — 9 George Alex. Stephenson,* 28 Oct. 13 ; Assist, Surg, 14 May,07« 
Assistant Surgeon, — ^Thomas Joliffe Tufhell, 11 June, 41. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — Isaac Timm, 17 Feb. 26. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Irish Agents, Sir B. R. Borough, Bt,, Annit A Co. 

[Returned firom France, January, 1816.] 

I lAtnt4knenl Newbery aeirtd In Irelsnd daring (he rebellion, In 1796, and wm gmtged vrlth th« 
rsbelt nod taklnf tbe French ftt BalUnamuck. In 1810 commanded the flrtt CaTftlrj Brigade at the tlete 
and captuie of Hattraa. In 1817 and 18 commanded tbe CaTalrj of the left DiTltion of the Marquie of 
Haettbga' grand army, which was the flrtt Dlrtiion engaged with tbe Pindareet, and took tiie whole of their 
baggage and camp. Wat then remored to the command of the CaTalrr with a Light Division, nnder M^Jor- 
General Bir T. Brown, and captured at Romporah nine pieces of Artillery, and the Artillery-General. In 
Jan. 1818, at Joud his brigade was broken up, but two days after, tbe Ri^ah of Joud fired hito the British 
camp, and Sir T. Brown Immediately ordered him to resume the command of the CaTalry, when he was 
present at tbe blowing open the gates, attack of the place, and routing and pursuing tbe enemy's troops. 

S Quarter-Master Heydon's senrioes :— expedition to Walcberen, siege of FlushLag, and expedition to 
Bbath Bereland, ia 1800; FsDinsular Campaigns of 1819 and 18. 

a Mr. fltephauon lenredin the Peninsula from March 1800 to the end of that wir In 1814. 



Yenn' Serr 



68 



1 24 4th {Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. [^rL23bi7 

On the Standards and Appointmenta the HARP awd CROWN, and thM 
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto " Quit Separabit 1 " 

" PENINSULA.*' 

Colaneh 
9 Sir George Anson,* GOB. Comet, 3 May, 1786; Lieut, 16 March, 91; 
Capt, 9 Sept. 92 ; Mf{for, 25 Dec. 94 ; Meut.'Col 21 Dec 97 ; CM. 1 Jan. 
06 ; Mqj.'Gen, 25 July 10 ; Lieut,'Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Gen. 10 Jan 37 ; Col. 
4th Dragoon-Guards, 24 Feb. 27. 

Lieut,'CoUmeL 
B C2A Jamea Charles Chatterton,' KH. Comet, i»23 Not. 09 ; Lieut. 6 June, 

11 ; Capt, P26 March, 18; Mt^or, P22 July, 24; XMuf.-CW. p18 Dec 27 ; 

Co^ 23 Nov. 41. Mqjor. 

Edward Cooper Hodge, Comet, 3 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 3 July 28; Capt. P 19 Dec. 

34 ; Mqjor, p 3 Dec. 41. 



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9 
11 

8 
7 
6 
6 













4 


1 


8 


i 


4 


I 


3 





6 





9 





1 





1 





1 





38 

1 


1 
1 



Captains. 

George Wynell Mayow . . 
Clement Robert Archer. . 
Granville Heywood Eliot 

Mildmay Clerk 

Charles Parke Ibbetson. . 

Ferdinand W. Arkwrlght 

Lieutenants. 

Gustavus Rochfort 

Thos. Oliver W. Coster . . 
George Thomson Jacob . . 
Melbourne Kemeys Tynte 
Fra. Rowland Forster. . 
Josias Rogers John Coles^ 
Henry John Baker Tower 
Henry Archer Allen . . . 
John Gore Townsend. . . 

Cornets. 
Richard Souter, R.M. . 

John Mullen 

Fra. Hastings G. NicoUs 
Ernest Henry Lane 



CORNET. 



LIEUT. 



• . > 



P 9 June 2.5 
P21 May 20 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P 4 May 32 
P 24 April 35 
P 9 Aug. 33 

P 8AprU36 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P 27 April 38 
P 16 Aug. 39 
P 7 Feb. 40 
P 2 Sept. 36 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P 3 Dec 41 
P 28 Dec. 38 

25 Sept. 35 

9 Mar. 43 

P 2 June 43 

P 14 July 43 



CAPTAIN. 

P G Mar. 85 
P 24 April 85 
Pll Mar. 42 
P 10 Mar. 43 
P 2 June 43 
P 14 July 43 



BRBTET 
MAJOR. 



P 12 Feb. 30 
P 13 Aug. 30 
P 8 April 30 
p 7 Mar. 34 
P 30 June 37 
P 2 June 37 

P 27 April 38 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P 16 Aug. 39 
P 3 Dec 41 
Pll Mar. 42 
P 22 Mar. 39 
p 10 Mar. 43 
p 2 June 43 
p 29 Nov. 39 



B Mr. Flanagiui M>nr«I in the Pvnintiila, In- 
cluding the buttle* of the Pyreneee, Orthe«» %ad 
tubseqaent aflUn. Seired alio io the Anmicut 
war, including the alego of and repnlaa of the 
lortie at Port Erie, and the defeat of the 
Amaricaos at Cooli'i Hills. 



4 Captain Drawwater eerred 
in the Expedition to Copra* 
hagen in 1807 ; the capture of 
Martinique; and •nhaiqwatly 
in thePeninrala,includiac tW 
ImttleofBai 



Paymaster,—''^ Aug. Chas. Drawwater,* 11 Nov. 19; En», 1 May, 05; lAmt. 

P 20 March, 06 ; Capt, 16 Aug. 11 . 
AdHutarU, — Cornet John Mullen, 10 March, 43. 
10 i Quarter-Master, — ^ John Andrews, 20 June, 34. 
37 U SurgeoTu-^JIf John Bickerton Flanagan,^ 21 Oct 13 ; Aaist.-Surg, 12 Marchy 07 ; 

Hotp.'Asrist. 6 May, 06. 
6 Atsitt, Surgeon, — Edwin Adolphus, M.D. 20 Sept. 89. 
16 Veterinary Surgeon. — James Rainsford, 26 Dec. 28. 
Scarlet — Foctn^Dlue'. — if ^en^,Geo. Samuel CoUycr, Esq. — Irish Agents, Measn. CaneJt Co- 

[Returned from Portugal, May, 1813.] 
1 Sir George Anton coired in Holland under H. R. H. The Dulie of Yorli and Sir Ralph Abereromby. 
Served alao the eampaigns of 1809, 10, 11, 19, and IS in the Penintula; connnanded the lOth light 
goone at the battle of OporU> ', and a brigade of Light CaTairy at the battlee of Talavera, Buiaco, Salon 
and Vittoria. Sir George hae received a Uedal and two Claipe for TalaverB, Salamanca, and Vlttoria. 

9 Colonel Chattcrton Mrred in Portugal, Spain, Flandiirt, and France, from 1811 to 1818, iacladiactib« 
aflUrt at Puente Oulnaldo, and Aldi'a de Pontc ; the •ieg«>« of Cludad Rodrigo, and BadiOo*; 
Uiagre, Uerena, Salamanca, Heights of San Chrietoval, Rueda, CaatnO<n>* to the Battle of f 
aflUrt at Tudela, Valladolld, and Celada del Camino, to tiie inveetroeot and siege of Burgot ; tte 
Hooafterlo, Qulntana Palla, Yenta del Poio, and Cabeson, upon the retreat from Burgoa to Sa 
tlience the out-poeta at the Paaaage of the Hacbra, to Ciudad Rodrigo. Upon the adraooe of the amy I 
Portugal ; the action at Otma ; Battle of Vittoria; actions at Villa Franca and Toloaa, to the siege aad 
tore of San Sebastian. The actions on crossing the Bidassoa. ami carrriag the enemy's fortified eatm 
niffnts. The battle of the Nivelle at St. Jean de Los ; at Anglet ; and in front of Bayoane ; battle of Mw 
Hire; passage of thp Adoor, and investment of Bayonne ; occupation of Bordeaux ; passage of the 
and aflkir at Btaulien upon the passage of the Dordogne; battles of QuatreBraa aad Watertoo; 
advance to and capture of Paris; and with the army ofeccupatloo in France. 

9 Lieut. Coles served with the 4th Light Dragoons in the campaign nnder Lord Keane hi 
A4rl>^>*taB In 1898-0, and waa pnaent al the taking of Ohaa4e^ 



"i?1)S;*Ilr] 5th {The Prijiceta Cluirhfte of fTaleis) Reff. t^f Dr. Gd$. 145 

The motto " Vettiifia nulla retrorsum," — " SALAMANCA"—" VITTOBIA'^-^ 

"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Vtfais' Senr. 



04 



Pull 



25 



84 



19 
19 
14 
12 
9 
8 

8 
7 
7 
7 
5 
6 
6 
3 

19 
4 
3 
2 
1 

28 

4 

8 
35 

8 
I 30 



Half 



Colonel, 

9 Sir John Slade, Bart.^QCB.f Comet, 11 May, 1780 ; laeut. 28 April, 89 ; 
Capt, 24 Oct. 87; ilf/y'or, 1 March, 94; Lieut, -CoL 29 April, 95; Col, 89 
April, 1802 ; Mqjor-Geu, 25 Oet. 09 ; L%eui,-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Oen, 10 Jan. 



1ft 

























lA 









37 ; Col, 6th Dragoon Gvardfl, 20 July 81 . 

Lieut. 'Colomd, 

Hon. James Yorke Scarlett, Corned, p 26 March, 18 ; Lievt. v%i Oct. 21 ; CcBffi^ 
P 9 June, 25 ; Mqjiyr, P 1 1 June, 30 ; Lieut.-Col. p 3 July, 40. 

Mqfor. 

Francis Westenra, Cornet^ p 81 July, 17 ; Lieut, p 24 Oct. 21 ; Cmpt. p 81 Dec* 
25; Brevet-Mdfjory 28 June 38; Begimental-Mqjor, p3 July, 40. 



Caftaiks. 

John Wallace King 

Abraham Bolton 

Robert Meade, « 

Robert Bell 

John Ireland Blackbnme 
Arch. Rowan Hamilton . . 

Lieutenants. 

James Conolly 

James Charles Yorke. . . . 

Arthur Prime 

George Uoyd Robson .... 

William Bamett. • 

Wm. Noel Algonon Hill 
George Rowan Hamilton 
James Fort 

Cornets. 
9 James Henley, R. M. ' 

Thomas Robbins 

Charles Holder 

5ir Wm. Henry Don,Sarf . 
Rob.Hen. Payne Ciawfurd 



CORNET. 



P 24 Mar. 26 
P 12 Oct. 25 
P 26 Oct. 30 
P 16 Nor. 82 
P 3 April 35 
P 13 May 36 



P 17 June 
P 13 Jan. 
P 30 June 
P 28 Nov. 
P 5 April 
P 10 Aug. 
P 10 Aug. 
P 11 May 



36 
37 
37 
37 
80 
38 
39 
41 



LIEUT. 



6 Jan. 26 

7 May 40 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P 3 June 42 
P 27 Jan. 43 



P 14 Feb. 28 
P 26 June 27 
P 14 Dec. 32 
P 27 June 34 
P 17 June 86 
p 30 June 87 

P 28 Nov. 87 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 6 April 39 
P 8 July 40 
P 11 May 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P 3 June 42 
P 27 Jan. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P28DOC. 82 
P 8 Mar. 38 
P 30 Dee. 86 
P 9 Mar. 88 
P 26 Oct 41 
P 27 Jan. 48 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Paymaster, — Henry Aug. Jackson, 16 Dec. 37; JSm. 27 Aog. 15; LUuf. 9 

April, 26 ; Capt, 18 Dec. 35. 
Atffutant. — Comet Thomas Robbins, 8 May, 40. 
Quarter^Master. — Alexander Langford, 18 June, 41. 
Surgeon. — James Bariow,^ M.D. 29 July, 13 ; Amtt.'Surff. 6 March, Q7 ; Wosp,* 

Ateiet. 26 June, 03. 
Asristant'Surffeon.-^Dnnca.n Affleck, 15 Jan. 86. 
Veterinary Surgrnn.^-^BSSL John C<wstant,* 8 March, 14. 



Scarlet — Fa^nngs Green. — Agenie, Messrs. Cose & Co. — Jruh Agente, Messrs. Cane & Co. 

[Metwmedfrom Spain, July, 1814.] 

1 sir Jolm Blad« Mrrcd to Portugal and Spain, undtr Sir John Moort, in conmuid of th« Httsiar 
BriipMla, tiMludinqf tl)« difleMoft operationi UraiiaaUng with tb« battle of Corunna. Placed again on tha 
itafT In the Peoinaula, in Aug. 1800, where he larf ed until JMue, 1819, feo command of a brigade of caTali^* 
Sir Joha has feeeived a Medal and oaa Claep for the battle* of Gomana and Fuentes d'Onor. 

8 Cornat HflBlar Mrtad tba eanpaiffo of 1814 is the PeninAula* todadtng the battle of Toulouie. 

ft Dr. BarUm*t Mnrleei :— fizpedillon to OopsDhafao in 1867; eaptun of Martiniqiie in 1809; campaign 
•f 1815 in the Katbariaada aad Fsanot. 

6 Mr. Coiiftaift tervted at Watarloo on tka 16th* l7tK snd ItUi Jane. 

f » 



126 tth Regiment of Dragoon Guards (^Carabineers.) [ 



Head Quaiten, 
at Pienbili. 



Tean' Ser?. 



40 



Full 
Pay. 



38 



36 



10 
18 
16 
16 
13 
14 



2 
1 
1 

12 






34 



Hair 
Pay. 












22 





12 











7 





6 





6 





5 





6 





3 





3 








u 





Colond* 

9 Sir Thomas Hawker,> KCH. Comet,\2 Maj, 1705; Lieut, 5 April, 00; 
Capt 10 July, 00 ; Major ^ 23 Nov. 1804 ; Lieut.-Col. 2 Sept. 08 ; Cd. 4 Jane, 
14; MfQor'Oen. 27 May, 25; Lieut-Gen, 2d June, 38; Col, 6th Dragoon 
Guards, 5 June, 30. 

Lieut,'ColoneL 

9 fn James Jackson,* KH. Ens. Oct. 06 ; Lieut. 25 Jan. 08 ; Capt. P 26 Jane, 
13; Brevet-Major, IS June, 15; Major, P26 April, 27; Hrevet-Lieut.'Col. 
25 May, 26 ; Lieut, -CoL p 2 March, 30 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 

Major. 

David Hay, Cwnet, 6 Oct. 08 ; Lieut, p 31 Oct. 1 1 ; Capt, p 5 Aug. 10 ; Bretei- 
Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Begtl.-Major, P 14 April, 37 ; Brevet- Lt.- Col. 1 Nov. 42. 



Captaiits. 
Henry Richmond Jones. . 
Henry Hayhurst France 
Thomas Edward Taylor. . 
Brook John Knight .... 
Hon, A. O. Fred. Jocelyn 
WUllam Scott 



CORXET. 



P June 25 
P 2 Nov. 20 
P 10 Feb. 20 
P 26 Oct. 26 
P 26 April 31 
P 12 Feb. 30 

25 Oct. 22 
P 6 July 32 
P 30 July 35 
P 17 Mar. 37 
P 5 Oct. 38 
P 2 Nov. 38 
P 6 Sept. 39 
Pl7 Aug. 38 
P 13 July 41 
Pl7 Aug. 41 

P 22 April 42 
P3l Mar. 43 
P 9 June 43 



LIEUT. 



P 14 Nov. 26 
P 10 Feb. 20 
P 26 April 31 
8 June 30 
P 6 July 32 
P 16 Jan. 35 

16 Feb. 26 
P 22 May 35 
6 Oct. 38 
P 2 Nov. 38 
P 14 Aug. 40 
P 13 July 41 
P17 Aug. 41 
P 22 April 42 
P31 Mar. 43 
P June 43 



CAPTAIIf. 



P 12 June 30 
P 25 Jan. 33 
P 2 Nov. 38 
P 26 June 35 
P17 Aug. 41 
P22AprU42 



BRETBT- 
MAJOB. 



Lieutenants. 
WUliam S. Philips, R.M. 
James Hen. Dickson .... 

Thomas Manders 

Edward Lewis Pryse .... 

Robert John Knox 

Ernie Warriner 

Phillips Buchanan 

James Somerville 

Frederick Hankey, « 

Edward Hare Croker .... 

COKKBTS. 

Charles John Bourchier. . 

Frederick Polhill 

Samuel James Morton . . 

Paymaster. — Oliver Vaughan Jackson, 14 Feb. 40; i7fi#.P2 Har. 32; Lieui, 
P 27 May, 36. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Thomas Manders, 31 July, 36. 



Quarter-Master. — ^Thomas Smith, 26 June, 35. 

541 Surgeon,— 9 John Heriot,^ M.D. 16 April, 12 ; Assiitant-Surffeon, 8 Not. 04 : 
Hotp.- Assist. 11 May, 04. 

18 f^ Assistant-Surgeon.— 'Henry Carline, 28 Sept 26 ; Hospital- Assistant, 31 An^. fiO* 

11 19J^ I Veterinary Surgeon. — ^Thomas Browne, 25 July, 34 ; JEns, 25 Dec. 13. 

Scarlet — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox dc Co. 
IBetumedfrom Buenos Ayres, 1808.] 

] sir Tbomaa Hawker waa precent In the actioni In North Holland, the Helder expedition, on the lOtk, 
Il^th September, 2nd and 6ih October, 170U; and waa pivaent In cominand of the SOtb Licht I)iraf>*ora la 
•Tety aitloa in which the BrlUih iraopa wrre engaged on the eaatern coast of Spain, in IBIS and l81Si h* 
kae atibaequently terved on tlie StalT, In India, aa M^Jor-Oenml. 

S Colonel Jackaon aerted in the Penfniulii, from April, 1800* to the end of that war la 1814, tnrladin^ 
the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Butaeo ; action ui Rediuha, battle of Puente* d'Onor, Ortt alege of Bad*, 
jot, action al £1 Bodon, alrge and capture of Citidad Rodrigo, liefre and captaie of Badjgoe, baitlca of 8«la<. 
manca, Vlttoria, Maya Paav, Pampeluna, 15ih July, Pyrenees, SOth July, NiTelle, Nire, and Bayimae. Preaeai 
at Waterloo, and with the army of occupation in France. Serred In India and Arabia fitim 1S19 to IfasM^ 
Including the capture of Benl-Boo-Ali, as If illtaty Secrcurj to Sir Lionel Smith, and, for wUich scrvic«, 
ha was rccomoHriided by the Marquis of Hastings for the rank of Lieut.-ColoneI. 

4 Dr. Herlot sartcd in the Peninsula f^om June, 1600, to the end of the war, laelndiag tha batttos ef 
SlilaTaim Mid 8alsinanc% liafn of Burgoa, aad battles of ^tioria, the I^rtneai^ tad Orthes. 



^S^B^\%^1] 1th{Th,Princu,Rm,aT»)Itegimentof [XXL** 

Dragoon Guards^ 



Yean' Senr. 



64 



Puti 
Pny. 



18 



17 



Half 
Pay. 



14 

11 



10 

24 

9 



8 
9 
4 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
19 

3 

1 

18 

7 
1 








12 










9 



















1 










ColoneL 

Sir Eyan Lloyd,» KCH. Comet , 25 Nov. 1780; Lieut, 6 Feb. 87; Capt, 25 
Oct. 93; Mqjar, 1 Sept. 95; Lieut.-Col. 11 Feb. 99; Col. 25 Oct. 1809|; 
Major-Gen, 1 Jan. 12; Zt^u^-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen, 23 Not. 41; Coi» 
7 th Dragoon Gourds, 18 March, 86. 

Lieut, 'Colonel. 

Robert Richardson, Comet , p 8 June, 26 ; Lieut, p 9 April, 29 ; Capt, P 16 Aug. 
33; Mqjor, p 18 June, 41 ; Lieut. -Col. 22 Dec. 43. 

Mqjor. 
Thomas Le Marchant, Comet y p 14 June, 27 ; Lieut, p 11 June, 30 ; Capt, p 17 
Oct. 34; Mqjin-y P22 Dec. 43. 



Captains. 
John Hope Gibsone .... 
Bdward Codringtou .... 
Sir Harry Darell,* Bart, 

John R. Heaton 

iiiiB Robert Bambrick^ . . 

John Campbell 

Henry Schonswar 

Lieutenants. 

John Crofts 

William Hogg 

RobertWigramArkwright 

Arthur Knight 

Atwood Dalton Wigsell . . 

Andrew Robertson 

Antoiue Sloet Butler .... 
Charles Geo. O'Callaghan 

Cornets. 
Charles Edward Petre . . 
Charles Arkwright .... 

Philip Bunbury 

Douglas Robinson 

Anneslcy Paul Gore .... 
John Thomas Cramer . . 



CORNET. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Oct. 30 P 16 Aug. 33 
P17 Aug. 33 P 8 July 36 
P 1 June 32 P 12 June 35 
19 Dec. 34 22 Aug. 37 
14 Dec. 20 P 12 Oct. 25 
P 16 Jan. 35 P27 Mar. 40 
P 24 July 35 'p 24 April 40 



P 8 July 36 P 3 Dec. 41 
P 30 Oct. 35 P 14 Jan. 42 
P27 Mar. 40;p22Julv 4*2 
18 June 41 1 23 Feb. 43 
P 3 Dec. 41 P24Feb. 43 
P 14 Jan. 42 P 10 Mar. 43 
P 8 April 42 P 10 Mar. 43 
P 6 May 42 p22 Dec, 43 



P 22 July 42 
P 24 Feb. 43 
P 16 Mar. 43 
P 17 Mar. 43 
P 7 April 43 



P 24 July 35 
P 18 June 41 
P 14 July 41 
P 24 Feb. 43 
25 Feb. 43 
P 10 Mar. 43 
P 22 Dee. 43 



BBEYST- 
MAJOR. 



P22Dec. 43 
Paymaster, — Wm. Sheppey Greene,. 20 June, 40; Bnt. 18 Dec. 24; Li^ut* 

P 7 Aug. 27. 
AtJ^utani, — Lieut. Arthur Knight, 23 July, 41. 
Quarter-Master, — Henry Ma^, 10 March, 43. 
Suryeon. — John Stewart Graves,* 2 July, 41; Assist.-Surgean, 28 Sept. 26; 

Hosp,-Assist, 22 Feb. 26. 
Assist, -Surgeon. — William John Power, 14 July 37. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Bruer Miuiken, 24 March 43. 

Scarlet — Facings black. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Evan Llojd terred on regimental ftill-pay from 1780 to 1812, the whols period In the 17th Light- 
Dnuroons, and wm pment with that corps in nearly ail the actions and sieges In which it was engaeed in 
lo^to. He also served in South America in 1S06 and 7, and was at the talcing of Monte Video, and in the 
expedition to Buenos Ayres, during which service the regiment was armed with musttets, and acted aa 

"^s'sir Harry Danll served with the ISth Royal Irish on the China Expedition, and was present at the first 
taking of Chusan. 

4 Captain Bambricli served the campaign of 1815 with the llih L'ght Dragoons, and was present at the 
battle of Waterloo. Also at (he cit ge and capture uf lUiurtpore, in 18-25 0. 

6 Mr. Graves served with the 4th Ughi Dragoons during the campaign in Affgl^i^ni'ti^n under Lord 
X«ane, and was present at the siege and capture of Ohuznee. 
127 



I2» 



1st {Itoyzt) Regiment of thago&n». [ «t n^S^^ 



On the StandanU an Eagle.—'' PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



Teats' Senr 



60 



Pull 



30 



18 



15 
12 
10 

9 

9 

8 

12 
6. 
5. 
4 
3 
3 
5 
2 

8 
2 
I 
1 
1 

13 



Half 
Pay. 



3 

10 
33 
10 

7 



























€!dUmal, 

9 lEB 5tr Artb&r BeBJandBCliftOD/ KCB. KCH. Cornet^ 6Jiin<, 1794; Ueui, 
7 Aug. 1794j Capt. 27 Feb. 1799; Mqjt^y I71>ecl803; LUut. Co2. 26 Jolj, 
1810; Co/. 12 Aug. 1819; Ar<y>r Gm. 22 July 30 ; Ziett«.-Gen. 83 Nov. 41; 
CoU Ist Dragoons, 30 Aug. 42. 

9 9!2A Thomafl Marten,' KH. Comet ^ Sub- Ideui. 22 Not. 13; Lieut. pSS 
June,. 17 ; Capt. p 4 May, 22 ; Mqjwr, p 12 Dec. 26 ; LUut.-Col. 20 May, 85. 

Mqjor. 

Francis Hearle Stephens, JBns, p23 Feb. 26; Xufu^. 31 July, 28; Capt, H7 
July, 36; Major, p 26 Not. 42. 



CORNET. 



Captaih*. 
Edward Littlcdale . . . 

John Yorke 

Williasn Charles Yates 

Robert Wardlaw 

Evan Herbert Lloyd .... I 
Chas. C. Waldo Sibthorp ] 

Lieutenants. 
John Chamberlahi« R.M. 
Walter B. Barttelot ... 

Jonas Morris 

Hugh Qough 

Robert C. Noak« 
Thomas Thoroton 
Herbert Moigan. 
Wnule CGreavcs Elmsall 

Cornets. 
Wnk Httdlcston Macadam 
Aug. Henry De Trafford 
Hen. John WyndhamKing 

Henry Croft 

Joseph John Henley .... 



» • . 






A 






P24Dec. 29 
P21 Dec. 82 
P30May 84 
P 6 June 36 
P 4 Sept. 36 
P 28 Oct. 36 

1 June 32 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P23 April 39 
P 30 Oct. 40 

6 Sqyt. 41 
P 14 Dec. 41 
P 23 Jane 30 
P 1 Joly 42 

P31 Dec. 41 
P 14 Oct. 42 
P19 May 43 
P13 0«t. 43 
P 27 Oct. 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



p 1 May 36 
P 14 Dec. 41 
P 28 Jan. 411 
P 14 Oct. 42 
p 23 June 43 
PIS Oct. 43 



BRETBT- 
MAJOR. 



P21 Dec. 82 
P 6 Dec. 84 
P 1 May 86 

P28July 40 
P2dJuJy 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 

P 10 July 86 
P 14 Dee. 41 
P28 Jan. 42 
P 14 Oct. 42 
22 June 48 
P23 June43 
P 19 Aug. 42 
P 13 -Oct. 43 

2 Lleut.>CoI. Varteti lefircd ths ecmpadra •f 
lSI4,1nthe Peaintute, wttli ttia bouarhoM bri- 
t(ade. Alao tha caaaim^n of 1810, iacladiOK 
U« battle of Waterloo. 

5 Dr. Bartley icrved in the l^ntmida. aod 
«aa preatfnt at the battie of SalftmaoM. 



Paymaster. — Lawrence Lake Esmonde White, 29 Sept 43 ; Ens, p 18 Jan. 91 ; 

Lieut, P 26 June, 36. 
Adjutant,— Lieut, R. C. Noake, 8 Sept. 41. 
Quarter-Master,—-^!^ John Partridge, 18 July, 34. 
Surgeon,^^ John Metge Bartley,* M.D. 31 Aug. 26 ; 
Assist,'Surgeon, — Henry Drummond, M.D. 28 Nov. 34. 
Veterismry ^air^son.— Matthew Poett, 21 April, 37. 

Scftdet— Facifi^« Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Cq,^ Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane Sl Co. 

[Itetumedfrom France, January ^ 1816.] 



.•Surg, 27 Dee. 10. 



1 Sir Arthur Clifton *• terrlcci :— Campaigns of 1800, 10, 11, 12 19, 14, and 15. Commandf^ a 
in coTcrmg and aupporting four Spanuh guns at the balile of Talavera* and employed In dlflhrmit 
quer.t operation »; buttle of Biuacn, pursuit of Mataena froo) Sanureio, taking from lilm prtotmeffs and taf* 
fnge; baitle of Fuenttra d Onor, actions nt Nati d'Aver, £1 Bodon, Fuente Guinaldo, and Aldem de Foate; 
aef eral alfairs during tiie retreat of the army from balaiaaaca to Ciudod Rodrigo ; charged with a sqoadioa 
a body of Piench Infantry under General CUusol, near Salamanca* killlog or taking nearly a himdrsd of the 
cnemj ; battle ol Vltturia, blockade of Paiupeluna, several affairs la the Pjrraoeai* battle of Tbaloaie, 
skirmishing with the enemj aod covering the rrlreat on the 17tb of Jane, sikl batUa of Wamlojw 9^ 
Allthtti has rcealred a Medal aad one Clasp for Fueotaa d'Onor sod Vlttoria.. 



ttlpnrUh. 



] 2nd (Beyal Nor A British) lUgt. of Dragoom. 129 



TMiySenr. 


62 


PuU 


Half 


P.7. 


P«y. 


23 


»« 


18 





19 





15 


^ 


16 

















10 





8 





8 





6 





6 





£ 





4 





S 





b 





% 





3 





2 





2 





1 





29 





6 





9 





96 





3 





6 






On the Standarda an Eagle.— '< WATERLOO.* 



Colonel, 
flfir Wm. Kicr Grant,* KCB. GCH. Eju, 80 May, 1792; Lieut, 18 Peb. 93; 

Capt, 6 July, 94 ; Mqjor, 6 Jan. 96 ; Lieut.-Col, 3 Dec. 1800 j Col, 25 July, 

10 J Majar-Oeru 4 June, 13 ; Lleut.-Gen, 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col, 

2d Dr. 24 Aug. 39. Lieut,- Colonel, 

John Fred. Sales Clarke, Comet, p 19 Peb. 18 ; Lieut, p 11 Oct. 21 ; C«p^ p 14 

July, 26 ; Mtoor, p 30 Dec. 37 j Lieut.-CoL p2 April, 41. 

Mqjor. 
St. Vincent WilliRm Ricketts, Ccmet, P 13 July, 26; Lieut. P 6 April, 31 ; Cajpt, 

P6 Not. 36; Mqjor, p 7 April, 48. 



Captains. 

Michael Ooold Adams . 
Henry Darby Griffith . . 
Robert Stein Forlong. . . . 
Donald John M. Macleod 

John Campbell 

LordW. F.A. M. UiU,<. 

Lieutenants. 

Charles CTaven 

Gee. Aug. Filmer Sulivan 

Edward Bamett 

Geoige Reid 

Hugh Montgom.Campbeli 
Balcarr. Wardlaw Ramsay 
Walter Colqufaonn Grant 

Cornets. 
Frederick PhiUps, R.M. 

Charles Pilgrim 

Hen.Tho. C.Smyth Pigott 
Wm. Francis Carrutiiers 
^trOeo. Fra.Hampsoa,^^ 
Henry Sales ScobcU . . - • 



CORNET. 



P 21 July 26 
P 25 Nov. 28 
P 21 Nov. 28 
P 10 July 86 
P 6 Nov. 36 
P 8AprU34 



P 22 Jan. 
P 20 July 
P 23 Feb. 
10 Aug. 
P 1 Feb. 
P 15 Dec. 
P 26 Feb. 



36 
30 
38 
38 
39 
40 
41 



LIEUT. 



P 30 July 29 
P 25 Nov. 31 
22 May 36 
P 23 Feb. 38 
r 28 Dec. 88 
P 21 Oct. 36 



P 6 Nov. 40 
P 26 Feb. 41 
P 28 Dec. 41 
21 July 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 6 Aug. 42 
P 7April4d 



P 11 May 89 

P 2 April 41 
P 28 Dec. 41 
P 22 July 42 
p 6 Aug. 42 
'p 7 AprU43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 28 Dec. 38 
P 1 Aug. 34 
P 26 Feb. 41 
P 28 Dec. 41 
P 22 July 42 
P7 April 43 



BREY.-MAJ. 



8 Mr. WiRtoncale venred at Wnlchereo, la 
1809, and in the PiPnlinnla, from Sept. ISIO, to 
Dec. 18ia, tneludtmr thm battle of f uoile* 
d'Onor. Pmmiu at Watarloo. 



Paymaster,— ^YVihmi Crawford, 24 March, 29; Comet, 17 Aqg. 16; Lind. 
26 Jime, 19. 

A4jutant,^Lieut, George Reid, 10 Aug. 88. 

Quarter-Master, — Wi Michael Nelson, 26 Dee. 35 ; Bm. 4 Dec 86. 

5ttr^Am.— 9 3SB John Winterscale, ' 12 June, 28; Asiist^Surg. 8 Fab. 10;. 
Ho9p,'AMsist. 17 Sept. 00. 

Astittant-Surgeon, — John Ramsay Brush/ MD., 8 June, 41. 

Veterinary Surgeon, — ^Thomas Jex, 4 Oct. 39. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue* — Agent, C^rltB HopklasMi, Biq. 
{^Returned from France, January, 1816.] 

1 Sir Wm. Kier Grant lerrcd in Flaadcn, and wu punrnt at ])^man, tiife of Vidnid«nnM, kc. In 17981 
In 17M taa «ms presant In the action* of the 17lh, Mth, and tfith of April, ih« lOih, 17ih, Ittth, and 82ad off 
Majr. Joined tl»e Rutsian and Austrian araij in Italy earl/ in 1799, anJierTedthvcanipaignaof thatand tlie 
tifo following yean* Inclttdlnff the Imttles of NotI, Rivoli, Mondovi, SavHIano, Varrago, foe. ; tlie fticges of 
▲leaandria, Sarranal, Tortona, Cunio, Savona, G«no«, k/c. Sir Wm. »enF«d aubsequently fifteen jears in the 
Eaat Indie*, six yean aa AdUutsnt-Oeaeral, the reat aa a M^)or*Oeaeral on the aiaff, doirtnc whidi he was a 
eonsklerable time commander of the force* in the Island of Java, and Second member of Council. Com- 
manded the force In the following senrice. Til. : in 1817 and IB Guserat field-force, which formed a division 
of the army of tlie Deccan ; 1819, capture of Rarree and conquest of the Sawuntwarree Slate ; alao^ the 
culture of Bhooj and oonqaeat of the prindpalUy of Ootch ; In the ftrdan Oulf against the Joasaee pLmtM, 
hwlnding the captuaa of Bas ei-Khyna and Zyah, Aaah Huiitiasiei. 

4 Doctor Bruah aerved with the SOah an the China aacpadkiaa, and ««a paaaaat at the vcfMlaa of the oigbt 
attack OB Kingpo^ at the aMaek and captnit of Cbapoo, Wwsuag aad.flliaagliaB, and Ohla Kiang Fte. 



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The White Horse, withm the Garter on the 2nd and 3rd Standards, with the Motto, ** Nee 
ajr/>era*m-«n*/'--" SALAMANCA"-" VITl\)RU''--"T0ULO0SE"--"PEWIJrsrLA.'' 



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Colonel. 
9 Xor<2 Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.' Comet, 7 Feb. 98 ; Lieut, 1 June, 99; 

Capf. 21 Auk. 1800; Mqjifr, 13 Oct. 08 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Aug. 11 ; CoL Not. 

17 ; Mf^or^Gen, 27 May, 25 ; X*.-G«i.28 June, 38 ; CoL 3rd Drs. 8 Nov. 39. 
Lveut,'CoU>nelt.^}^^^ Sir Joseph Thackwell,' KCB. KH. Com^f, P23 Apr. 

00; LieiU. 13 June, 01 ; Cflr/i^ p 9 April, 07 ; JI//yor, 18 June, 15; Brevet- 

Lieut,'CoL 21 June, 17 ; RegtL- Lieut. -Col. 15 June, 20 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 
Micliael White, CB.=» Comet, p 15 Aug. 04 ; Lt, p 14 May, 05 ; Capt. 7 Nov. 15; 

Brevet'Affijor, 10 Jan. 37 ; RefjtL-Mqjor, 4 Jan. 39 ; Lteut.-Col. P 13 Dec. 39. 
Charles Middleton,*."i'/i*. 10 Sept. 04; Xi««/.28 Apr.06; Oip^ P18Jtt]y,15; 

^rep.-Jtf>y.8 Feb.19; Afrv.PlCJunc,25; X^-Co/. p 10 Nov. 25; Co/. 28 Ja. 3d. 
Mqfort, — Geo. Henry Lock wood, CB.* Comet, p 10 Mar. 25; Liettt. PIO Aug. 

26; Capt. p 7 Sept. 32; Afqjor', March, 39; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Dec 42. 
Geo. Alex. Malcolm, CB." Emlgn, p 31 Dec. 25 ; Lieut, p 7 June 27 ; Capt. pSO 

Dec. 31 ; Major, P 13 Doc. 39 ; Br€vet Lt.-Col. 23 Dec. 42. 



Captains. 

Chas. W. Morley Balder^ 

f J ' John Tritton* 

, John Wm. Yerbury' 

i John Rich. Biagden Hale 
/, I J BGough ,C B. ' */f . /.r.23 D.42 

' Mcyrick Jones 

Walter Unett' 

Wm. Robert Herrics, *. 
John Edward Dyer^ . . . 

LlEUTENAN"T8. 

4/] John Edward Codd . . . 

Samuel Fisher* 

Wm. Howe Hadfield. . . 

George Newton 

George Forbes ' 

W. £. Fitz Edward Barnes 

James Martin *« 

Edward Geo. Swinton . . 

James CowelP 

Rich. Tiio. Montgomery 

Rich. A. Moore 

James White^ 

John Sullivan' 

Henry Wood ' 

Edmund Roche ** 

' (leorsje Cookes 

Charles Bowles' 

' Roger Cuscinent' 

I Jonas Hamilton Travers' 

j Thomas Penton 

> Henry Charles Morgan . . 
Jas. G. Archer Burton . . 

\ Edward Worley 

U Henry Ellis 

Henry Wallis White .... 

Joseph Brunt, R.M 

John Douglas White .... 



CORNET. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



14 Jan. 13 14 Aug. 15 
P 12 Dec. 26 P 5 July 33 
P 7 June 81 1 P 16 May 34 



P 10 Nov. 25 P 25 Nov. 28 p 15 July 36 

7 Oct. 36 
1 July 37 
P 10 July 37 
24 Feb. 20 IP 1 Oct. 26 'p 1 Aug. 2G 
P 1 Mar. 27 i P 31 Dec. 30 ! Mar. 3ii 
P 23 Aug. 33 ' P 31 Mar. 37 p 1 Nov. 42 
P 6 Mar. 35 p 12 Apr. 39 p 27 Dec. 42 
21 Dec. 26, 34 Nov. 43 



BREV.-MAJ. 



26 May 41 



26 May 25 
P 21 July 25 

15 June 27 P Itl Aug. Jl little or Conrona S«rT«d 



SSlrJ.TI»ek««0 



palllB ia G«ll«la and Leas iamA*t Sir 
p 27 April 27 l^'"^** Ubor*. and <rat racafvil la ••> 
.. -n . n, i*eral ■UrmUhr*, and prMratattlw 



P 20 Sept. 31 ilwtftM of ISIS and 14 In th» IV^ 
D 1 7 A ,,„ qo insula, ineludhiff tbe battlw vi \iU 

\ i 5 5' of '"f'*. ««>* PjtTUM to m»i ar p». 
15 reb. o4 

P 24 July 35 

Pll Mar. 36 



25 Oct. 27 
1 May 28 

10 Dec. 30 

19 Nov. 29 
P 6 Sept. 33 
P 6 June 34 
P 18 July 34 
P 16 Jan. 35 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 22 May 35 
9 July 37 
P 10 July 37 
P 1 1 July 37 
P 14 July 37 
P 16 Aug. 30 
P 16 April 41 
P 28 Feb. 40 

P 16 Nov. 41 
P 6 May 42 
P27 May 4-2. .^ 

nta k 4.) 'I$4J t« Atf)(ha«ikt*a. Iwr wbicb •• ««• •npM««»4«< It. 

P ID Aug. 4*2 I 4 Lt.-iol. Lwck«w<d cwmwimI*^ lh« Srd U Htk 

r is4i •■ Aff|iiiatt««««» •» r» 

Ibc •••(• aiMt ««^««T M 
H«liraMi (ka Mabr^ita raatpataaa irf"- IS17 ■«< !*• 
>li« •i«K« anrt c>pi«ra of Bb«rtp«>f«» la Iftit • , %md iIm 
camMiKB af 1943 la AfRhsatuaa. 



pvlana, t7i>i. ttch. flScb, and »k 

July I blockade of Pwnpelana. Itam 

IStb to the tilt Oct.. wbc* U auncn. 

drrcd 1 battia of OrtbM, aOkir M 

7 Oct. 36 iTarbcfl. and battle oT To«l«ua « b«- 

P 17 Mar. 37 \**^^ ■*••» »•"«»« or adTaac»d 

I T,,i— 07 t«»»d», eut-pottt. ae. Serred aiM 

A JUiy 0/ i||^ eanpalfn of 181&. inelodinctba 

P 10 July 37 action at Quntiv Bnu. tbc r««ml 

17 Apr. 99 *^ **** ''o'^i^*^ ^7> **■* ^ttit «i 

01 UeC. oU divUlon oT lh« amy mt ibr Imim 
P16 Nov. 41 during tbc Aflkbanialan 

29 April 42 r" p^"» ^^ ** 

P 29 April 42 manded lb« »d oolimn U ftr ar«v 

P 1 Nov. 42 0° It* inwcta flnm Cabool la Bmr>l. 

1^ JiitiA A*\ ^<*"******' °* ^* rubt abovM** tf 

10 «»uae «•> vittorla, and aavvtaly »«hmI«4 •« 

24 Nov. 43 Watrrioo (Ira am mmtm*M»r^*\^ 

to tb« shoulder) in charYinc a •^oata of tateHiy i bad 

alMi two bone* ahot under htm. 

S L»c«t.'C«l. Wbtie acried aC Iha lapiura «f llavt.** 
tM 1SI7. aad ilyrmic lh« .UubmUa rampataMaol 1*47 "* 
IHt 4la« ai »t»Ka aad captaia of I ban pM* la IC^> i^ 
(. iimman<i««l a UrtRada itiraaRhaal tb« vatai^aiai *( 



P 1 Nnv A»> |ibr«Hcho«l tilt canpaiKii <»r 19 

* Vr '»*"• H«.IItM:fc, and lor bit ai-r*i 

25 Nov. 42 i Capt. Tritiau »«r«ad at lb 



24 Nov. 43 
20 May 42 
Paymaster.—}^ Edward Conntck*' 24 Jan. 28 ; Comet, p 4 Dec. 06; P Lieut. 26 

Sept. 07; Cnpt. p23 Sept. 13. 
Af^futant. — Lieut. John Sullivan, 9 July, 37. 

Quarter-Master. — Abraham Crabtrce,' 25 Nov. 42 ; Comet, 17 Sept. 41. 
.yur^ean^^Jas. Henderson,*** M.D. 20 April,26; Assist. -Surgeon, 22 March, 10; 

Hosp.- Assist, 5 Aug. 00. 
Aseiitant'Surffeons. — Nelson Dartnell,*' 4 Dec. 32. 

llenry Franklin, 29 Dec. 37. 
Veterinary Surgeon,—Geor^^ Edlin,? 17 Dec. 29. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox Ac Co. 

1 Lord Cbarlea Manoan tarred tba eampaffn U ISOS la Spate, laclndlnf tba CBTalry tnfaftiani at Iftafta. At Wahdaii 

M Aida.de>Caaip to Lmd OMthaiB. aad waa pnteat at tba alefa oT Plnaliiac. Aeted a» Alda <a.C—» to Iha ll«ka at ««4 

Ui««oa ttnm ISII aaai iha anqr eMatad Madrid la ISlt t wbaa ba a a t uiid tha iiiwiaand oT iha Ktg w wat. 

II aatll tba war cloaed la ISM. Hia Lordriitp baa racaUed a madal aad two elMya for Salaaiaari. Vlttoffta. 

• U -Cal. Malevlia larwad an tba China eBpcdllioo. 

■ Uaal. Pitbar aarvtd aa a «alHatvar at Bharipara ia 18S a Sarrad alto Iba caaiMiffB of ISd la AflfbantaUa. 
It U. Martin aaa at iba ralkf af itltalabad and at tba •abtt^atal aparaciona in Alanaaitian la ISA. 

I Par Nofct 9, 10, lU li, 1*. •»* U* 



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'*^S«^"'] ^^h ( The Queen's Own) Regl, of Light Dragoons, 131 

"Talaybha" " Albuheha" "Salamanca" " Vittoria" "Toulousb" "Pbninsula." 

** Affohakistan" " Ohuzneb." 



Veaw'Serv. 



51 



Full 



32 



25 



28 


10 
9 
9 
9 

17 
11 
4 
6 
3 
5 



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Colonel. 

1& Sir JamcB Charles Dalbiac,* KCH. Cornet, 4 July, 1793; Lieut, 24 Feb. 
94; Capt, 11 Oct. 98; Major, 16 Oct. 1801 ; XteM/.-Coi.26 April,08; Col: 
4 June, 14; Major-Gen, "Zl May, 25; Lieut.-Gen, 28 June, 38; Col, 4th 
Light Dragoons, 24 Sept. 42. 

Lieut, 'Colonel. 
5 Fra. Dermot Daly,« Em, 5 Dec. 11 ; Lieut. 26 Nov. 13; Capt. 26 June, 24; 
M({jor,»21 Oct. 35; Br ev,- Lieut. -Col. 23 July 39 ; L'leut.-Col. 1*24 June, 42. 

Mf{jor. 
Harcourt Master,' En^gn, P 30 July, 18 ; Lieut. P 6 Mar. 23 ; Capt, p 17 Sept. 26; 
Brevet-Major, 28 June 38; Major, P24 June, 42. 













Captains. 

Wimam Parlby 

Xor</Oeo. Aug. Fred. Paget 

Henry Fane* 

John T. Douglas Ilalkctt 
Alex. P. Gordon Cumming 

Alexander Low 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Lloyd 

J. H. T. Warde,R.M..,. 

Eustace Ark Wright 

Martin Kirwan 

William Henry Magan . . 
William Kingston Fraser 
George John Brown . . . . 

Cornets. 
Fenwick Boyce Barron . . 

Archibald Grant 

Lord Alfred Churchill . . 
Herbert Dawson Slade .. 
George Rashleigb Edgell 



CORNET. 



P 3 Oct. 16 
P 25 July 34 
P 1 Aug. 34 
P 23 Jan. 35 
P 6 Feb. 35 
P 2 Oct. 35 

P 15 Mar. 27 
P 21 June 33 
P 31 Jan. 4U 
P23 Nov. 38 
p 6 Feb. 41 
p 18 Oct- 39 
P 17 April 40 



LIEUT. 



P 6 May 24 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 30 July 30 
6 July 37 
P 1 July 36 
P 6 July 38 

P 12 Oct. 30 
P 22 May 35 
P 11 June 41 
P24 June42 
P 13 May 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P 14 July 43 



captain, ibkev.-m-aj. 



p 28 Sept. 26 
P17 Aug. 41 
P 6 May 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P 16 April 42 
P 14 July 43 



23 Nov. 41 



P 8 May 40 
P24 Juue42 
P 1 July 42 1 
P 26 Oct. 42 
P 14 July 43! 



S Major Miutpr wrmi with th« 
Uh Light Draguona duriDiC lh« 
campJiign In AfTgtaiinittan under 
Lord Keane, and was present at 
the nirge and capture of Ghuznee. 
Fan* wrvrd the campaign In AITghan' 
present at the atorm and capture of 



I 4 fenwick Bovce uarron . . ^ » may 4u a captain 

istan. and was 
Ghusnee. 

7 Dr. Graham aerred in the Pcni'-<ala, h-om Jan. 

1810. to the end of the war, inrluding the hatllet of 

Buaaco, Albubera, Vittoria, Pyrrncfa, and Nivelle. 

Dr. Graham wa on board the unrortuoate i>Mp Kent, 

Edward Colston i P 6 Sept. 43 ' which waa burnt in the Bay of Ditcay, I at March, l8tS. 

Payma^^er.— George Charles Dalbiac, 11 Feb. 42; Cor. 31 July, 28; Lieut, 10 
May, 31. 
17 Adjutant. — Lieut. Thomas Lloyd, 6 Sept. 30. 
2 Quarter'3faster. — ^Thomas Tarleton, 18 Feb. 42. 
35 Surgetm.^^ Edward Smith Graham,^ M.D. 2*2 Sept. 26; AtsUt.-Surg, 18 

Oct. 10; Horp,' Assist, 13 Dec. 1809. 
6 As8ist,-Surg,—ioYin Mure, M.D. 4 Oct. 39. 
6 Veterinary Surgeon, — John Byrne, 14 Dec. 38. 

Blue — Frtctwj^* Scarlet. — Agent, Charles Hopkinson, Esq. 
[Returned from the East Indies, March 1842.] 

1 Sir Charie« Dalblftc embarked with the 4th Drs. for the Pcninsuio, in April, 18C0, and terTed at th« 
bailie of Tulavera, 27th and 28th Julj, !800; the winter campaien of 1810. in the Line* uf Liiib< n, afiaira 
of Campo Mayor and Lot Suntos — io command of the regt. ; ufl'uir at Llvrcnti, and battle of Salamanca. 
Sir Uiarlea published, with the approbation of Hia Royal Highness the laie Duke of Yoric, a milliary cate- 
ehiam for the uae and inairuction of young officers and non-commiasioned officers of Cavalry. 

S Ueut.-Col. Daly served the rampaieiis of 1813 and 14 in ih« Peninsula, witlithc S4rh, and was wounded 
in the action near Bayoune en the 18th Dec. 1818. Ser\ed subsequently in the American WDr, with the 
70th, and was present at the tieec and. battle of Plattsbarg. Ccmmanded a wing of the 4th Light Diagoons 
during the campaign in Aff^hanistan under Lord Keane, and was present aithe siege and capture of Ohutn6e. 

9 Capt. Cormiek scrTed th« eamiMlgii in Portufal in 1806 and 9, and on the rattem coast of Spain, IVom Sept. 1812 to Sept. 
1813, including the battle of Ca*taUa. Served also the eampaign of I8IS In AflshanUun. 

10 Dr. Hendwrwn senrfd at the capture of Gukdaloupe in 1810 { two yein in the American war i and during the whole of 
the Burmese war. Also the campai«n of 1B4S in Affghaniktan. 

U Lieut. Roche servipd with the leading column of the army of the Indus during the AffghanUtan campaign, as Alde-de« 
Camp to Sir Joseph Thackwell, and at several periods officiated as Assistant Adjutant* General of Division : he was present at 
the storm ami capture of the fort and citadel of Ghusnee, and In some skirmishes. He was al«o at the relief of Jelialabad, 
sad subsequent operations in 184S. 

IS rolonel Mlddleton terved iu the West Indies with the Royals, in 1805 and 6 1 on the Staffwlth the army which proceMed 
from Madras to tbc Northern Mahratta country beyond the Nerbudda River, in 1809 and 10 t with the ftod Light Dragoons 
ha Java during 1811. It, and IS, and was present at the atfalrs of the 10th and 21st, and at the cavalry charge which finally 
settled the conquest of that valuable Island on the 2tfth Aug. 1811, alter the Fortress and Lines of Cornells had been forced. 
Kmp;oyed also at the taking of Djocjocarta, and all the subsequent operations which took place on that Island under the 
gallBBt Olllespie. Was in the fleld with the SSd Lt. Dragoons in 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratu war of 
1817, 18, and 19, and was present with the divtsloa of the late Sir Thomas Munro at the capture of the Forts of DaumuU 
Devwar, Bcdaaune, Belgaum, and Bhallaporek at which last place he was seTcrcly wounded. 

tS Mr. Dartnell served with the 4th Light Dragoons during the campaign In Afl^fhaalstan under Lord Xeaae* and was 
presenl at the siege and eaptore of Ohntnee. 

P Lt.-C*l. Gevfh served ea Sir Hugh Geagh's Staff ibraaghoat the eperatioaa m Chiaa* ., 



132 



€th {InnishiUmg) Regiment of Dragoons. |*H«*iQ«irt«i, 



.ai Kotlti|IIM> 



« WATERLOO." 



Ti-ara' Sefv. 



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CoUmel, 

Sir George Pownoll Adame,^ KCH. Comet, 6 Oct. 1795 ; Lieiti, 12 March, 96; 
Capt, 11 Oct. 97; Aff{f&r,5 Feb. 02; Lieut.- Col, 8 Dec. 04; Col, 4 Jun€, 
13; Afqjor-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut-Gen, 10 Jan. 37; Col, 6th JDraeooos. 
26th Oct. 40. 

Lteut.'CoUmel, 

Willoughby Moore, Comet, p7 Sept. 20; Lieut, p 17 July, 23; Copt. p4 Mar- 
26 ; Mqfor, p 17 July, 40 ; Lieut.-Col, P 28 July, 43. 

Mq)or. 
Frederick WoUaston, Comet, p22 July 25; Lieut, PlO June 26; Capt, P28 
Aug. 31 ; Brevet Mqjor, I Nov. 42; JIf /(/or, 28 July 43. 



Captains. 
Hon. Henry Creighton . . 
Robt. Douglas Barbor . . 
William Arkwright .... 
Frederick Thompson .... 

Meryyn Arehdall 

Edward Stephen May . . 

LlEUTSNAMTS, 

H. J. Denny, R.M. ..| 

Hen. Dalrymple White. . 

James Davidson 

Wm. Hutchinson Carrol 
Charles Cameron Sbute 
Jno.Elphlnstone Fleeming 

Robert Moore Peel 

Henry Blundell Leigh . . 

Francis Sutton 

Whitehall Dod 

Thomas Fraser Grove • . 

Cornets. 
Fred.W.JohnFit2Wygram 
William Martin Powell.. 



COBNBT. 

P 8 April 26 
P 15 Mar. 27 
P 24 July 28 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 4 May 37 



* 7 June 
23 May 
Pll May 
P 9 June 
P 24 July 
P 19 July 
P 24 Mar. 
P 2 Dec. 
P 16 Nov. 
P 23 Aug. 
P 26 Nov. 
P 2 Sept. 



31 
34 



LIEUT. 



P 19 July 27 
P 9April29 
P 25 June 30 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P 9Jan. 36 
Pll May 38 



22 



38:p 8 
38>17 
85.P27 



34 
38 
37 
41 
39 
41 
42 



P 28 July 43 
P 10 Nov. 43 



P13 
P26 
P 2 
P 5 
P 3 
P28 
PlO 



May 35 

Feb. 39 
July 40 
Sept. 39 
May 39 
fiov. 41 
July 41 
Aug. 42 
June 42 
July 43 
Nov. 45 



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CAPTAIN. 



P 1 Nov. 33 
P 28 April 37 
Pll May 88 
P 29 April 42 
P26NOV. 41 
P28Jiily 43 



BRXYBT- 
MAJOR. 



Payma^er.— diaries Francis Gregg, 26 Mar. 41 ; Snt, P16 Dec. 31 ; Lieut, 
P14Feb.34. 
^ Adjutant.— Lieut, C. C. Shnte, 18 Sept 40. 
I Quarter^Maeter. — James Marshall, 14 April, 43. 
.Sur^mm.— William Daunt,' M.D. 12 May, 14 ; AiHit.-Surg, 3 Mar. 06 ; Bctp.- 

Asfigt. 12 Sept. 07. 
A$iut.'Surg,—-Q\deon Dolmage, 10 Dec. 83. 
Veieruujtry Surgeon, — Herbert Hallen, 3 Aug. 90. 



Scarlet — Fatinge YeiUm.-^Agente, Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 
[Retumed/rom Framee, November^ 1818.] 



FMnwH AdaiM tsnrsd in Inland dairiiif the nMlloa in 1796. Also ondsr Lord Lak« is <1n 
Im wis •etivrly tmplojmd for mrwujwn. 



I SirOsorf* 
last ladlM, 

t Dr. Dsnal mrtM st th« «a|iftiiM ot MsdtlM ia 1807, sad of Martlnlqus In leOQ. Itrvtd also in tks 
BarmsM 



^t^S^]7th{77ie Queen's awn) Regt of Lt. Dragoons. (Hussars.) 133 



" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



Ttan'SerT. 



50 



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21 



18 



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14 
12 
11 
11 
11 



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9 
6 
8 



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7 
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3 

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if 






Colonel, 
^tr James Kearney/ KCH. Cor. 28 Feb. 1794; Lieut, 9 May, 94 ^ Capt. 81 
May, 95 ; Mqjor, 27 May, 1802 ; LieuL-CoL 25 July, 10 ; Col 12 Aug. 19 ; 
Major Gen. 22 July, 30 ; U.-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 7th HuMan, 20 Dec. 42. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
John James Whyte, Comely p 21 Aug. 23 ; Lieut, p 22 Dec. 25 ; Capt. p 31 Dec. 
27 ; Mqjor, p5 April, 33; Lieut.-CoL p21 Oct. 37. 

Mqfor, 
Thomas Edmund Campbell, ^nsign^ p30 June 25; Lieut. p13 Hay 26; 
Capt. P 17 Feb. 32; Mqfor, 4 Not. 40. 



Captaikb. 

Arthur Shirley 

Qenrase P. Bushe 

Charles Hagart 

Henry John Sutton .... 

William Orasett.. 

Lord Alfred Paget .... 

LlBUTENAHTS. 

Albany B. SaTile 

Robeit James 

Cha. Hen. Wyudham • . 
Thos. Hen. Preston .... 
Hugh Joceline Percy .... 
Albert Helyar 

CoaiTBTS. 
Geo. Fred. Wm. Miles . • 
James Macaul Hagart . . 

Joseph Hely, R.M 

Edward Ireland 

Walter Ricardo 

5tr ArthurChichester, Bt. 
Sir Wm. Russell, Bart. 

Paynuuter.-^ 



CORNBT. 



Pdl Aug. 30 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 15 June 32 
P 1 Feb. 33 
P 5 Apr. 33 
P 6 July 32 



P31 May 33 
P21 Mar. 34 
P 9 Jan. 35 
P25Dec. 35 
P22Jan. 36 
P 15 July 36 



P 14 Apr. 37 
P 26 May 37 
16 Feb. 39 
26 Mar. 41 
P 18 May 41 
P18 June41 
P 2 July 41 



LXEUT. 



P 1 Feb. 33 
P 26 Sept. 26 
P12 Aug. 34 
P 9 Jan. 35 
P25Dec. 35 
P 14 Mar. 34 



P 22 Jan. 36 
P 15 July 36 
P 26 May 37 
P 21 Oct. 37 
P16Mar. 38 
P 2 July 41 



CAPTAIH. 



P 15 July 36 
P21 Sept. 32 
P 21 Oct. 37 
P 16 Mar. 38 
P 2 July 41 
P 20 Oct. 40 



BBBYBT- 
XAJOR. 



Adfjutant. — Comet Edw. Ireland, 26 Mar. 41. 

Q^arter'Matter. — John Evans Parry, 12 Oct. 41. 

^ur^eofi.— James Low Warren, M.D. 17 April, 38; Attitt.'Surg. 19 Feb. 24^ 
Hoip.'Assitt. 14 July, 15. 

AsHitant'Surgeon.—^amei John Majoribanks Wardrop, 21 May, 41, 
Veterinary Surgeon. — James Robertson, 24 Sept. 29. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k. Co. 
[Returned from Canada Dec. 1842.] 



I sir JamM Kearnej Mrr«d with Um czpediUon to 8t. Domingo ; slio MTtial jwn la ths Bast Indtoi 
and at Walchtrca, ia 1800. 

t B 



134 Sth ( The King's Royal Irish) Regiment of LU DragoonsS^^^T 

{Httssars.) 



Yean' Serr. 



49 



Full 
Pay. 



19 



17 



17 
14 
12 
11 
10 
10 



11 

9 

10 

e 

5 
5 
5 
4 
3 
3 
6 



1 
1 

5 

3 
5 

28 

7 
1 



Half 
Pay. 



Harp and Crown. ** Prittinoi virtutis niemares.*' -'" LESWARREB" — 

"HINDOOSTAN." 




























26 











Colonel. 
P 5<r John Browne,* KCH. Comet, 27 May, 95; Lieut 17 May, 96; Capt. 
1 June, 97 ; Mqjor, 16 Feb. 09 ; Lieut-Col, 14 March, 11 ; Co/. 19 July, 21 ; 
Jlfr{/or-&en.22July,d0;£i€U^-6;m.23NoT.41 ; Co/. 8th Huaiars, 4 April, 43. 

Lieui,'Colonel, 
JaniM M'Call, Cornet^ P23June 26; Lieut. Pl7 0ct. 26; Copt p 8 Aug. 30; 
Mqjor, Pdl Jan. 40 ; Lieut. -CoL P17 S«pt. 41. 

Mqjor. 
Ja». Harrison Cholmeley, Comet, p23 Aug. 27; Lieut. p17 Dec. 30; Capt. 
P 13 Feb. 35 ; Majory p 17 Sept. 41. 



Captains. 

Frederick Geo. Shewell. . 

Rodolph de Salifl 

Thos. Wm. Selby Lowndes 

Edward Mostyn 

George Brown 

George Samuel Jenkinson 

Lieutenants. 

Joseph Reilly, R.M 

Carrington Smy the .... 
Cha. Joseph Longmore . . 

J. Craven Garden 

Hon. Jas. Sandilands .... 
Arth. Jas. Lord KUleen 

Wm. Henry Cooper 

Alx.Cruickshank Lindsay 

John Tliompson 

Edward Seager 

Henry Francis Cust . . . . 

Cornets. 
Edward Thomkinson 
Lard Alan S. Churchill . . 



cornet. 



P28 Aug. 27 
P 17 Dec. 30 
P 15 June 32 
P 12 July 33 
P 28 Mar. 34 
P3l Jan. 34 



P 26 Apr. 33 
P 3 Apr. 35 
p30 May 34 
p 13 July 38 
P 2 Mar. 39 
P17Sept39 
P 15 Not. 39 
P31Jan. 40 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P17 Sept. 41 
P30 Mar. 38 



P 12 May 43 
P 30 June 43 



LIEUT. 



6 Sept. 31 
P 28 June 33 
P 12 July 33 
P 3 Apr. 35 
31 Mar. 37 
P 12 July 39 



27 Mar. 34 
P 13 July 38 
P17 Aug. 38 
P 16 Nov. 39 
Pdl Jan. 40 
P 6 Mar. 41 
P17 Sept. 41 
P 8 Feb. 42 
P 12 May 43 

29 June 43 
P 81 Dec. 39 



captain. 



P 28 Apr. 37 
P 13 July 38 
P 2 Mar. 39 
P 17 Sept. 41 
p 12 May 43 
p 19 May 43 



bretbt- 

MAJOR. 



Paymoiter.^-Jfi ^^' Jones, 3 Nov. 40 ; Cnpt.* 25 Dec. 13. 

Atfjutani. — Lieut. Edward Seager^ 5 Oct. 41. 

Quarter-Matter. — Jamea Landers, 29 Nov. 39. 

Surgeon. — John Squair, M.D. 3 March, 37 ; Ataiit.'Surg. 30 June, 25 ; Hatp.* 

Amst. 10 June, 15. 
Atsigtant'Surgeon. — Isidore Antliony Blake, 15 Sept. 37. 
Veterinarp Surgeon. — Edward Sinip!>ou Grey, 24 April, 43. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned fr<mi the East Indies, May, 1823.] 



1 Sir Joha Browne lerrtd In the Peninsula with the Portugueee snnj, and reetlTcd five woandt In nctkra 
with the enemy on the latb Feb. IBll. 



^^^Sii] 9th(The Queen's Royar)Refft. of Lt. Dragoons. [^^;^iiZT' 

{Lancers). 

« PENINSULA." 
Coloneh—Jf S8 James Wallace Sleigh/ CB, Comet, Feb. 05 ; Lieut. 29 Apr. 05 ; 




13 





11 





12 


% 


15 





10 





13 





8 





Id 





7 





6 





17 





8 





10 











9 





9 





8 





8 





8 





10 





6 





4 





7 





5 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





2 





1 





1 





1 





35 


3B 


2 





2 





19 





8 





4 





7 






P13 Aug.l2; Mqj.vQAuK, 21; Brev.'Lt.-Col. 16 July, 30; Z^-Co^.fes Jan. 42. 
John Scott,' CB. Comely p4 May, 15; Lieut. p26 Oct. 16 ; Capt. p28 June, 21- 

MajoTy P9 Nov. 26; Lieut. -CoL 31 Aug. 30. ' 

itf({yor«.— James Alex. Fullerton, Comet y PI Aug. 22; Lieut. p30 Dec. 24 ' 

Capt. P 19 Sept. 26 ; Brevet-MaJoTy 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, P 28 Jan. 42. ' 

James Hope Grant, CB. s. Comet, p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 26 Feb. 28 : Cdpt, P20 

May, 35 ; Afqjor, 22 April, 42. 



Captains. 

Archibald Little 

Andrew Spottiswoode ... 
Edward Rudston Read . . 
Tho.WestroppM'Mahon/. 
Charles Massy Dawson . . 
John Rose Holden Rose^ 
Fra. Digby Willoughby . . 
James Nixon Macartney 
Kingsmlll Manley Power 

Lieutenants. 
Qjlbert Tho. Nicholson . . 
John Cameron Campbell 
Cha. H. Douglas Donovan 
Hon. Charles Powys,* r. 
WiUiamDrysdale® .... 
Oct. Henry St. Geo. Anson 
Wm. Well. W. Hnmbley 
Charles John Colville, s. . . 
Wm.R.Newport Campbell 

J. K. Wedderbum, s 

Philip Kemp« 

Edmund John Turner . . 
James Wm. Robarts .... 
Fred. Courtney Trower*. . 
Thomas John Francis . . 
Wm. Francis Anderton . . 
Robert Stordy Dixon .... 
Cha. Fitz Gerald Studdert 
Cornets. 

Philip Antrobus 

Alexander Hawtrey .... 
Wm. Coesvelt Kortright 

Wm. Hamilton 

Francis John M'Farlane. . 
Lucius John French . . • • 

Robert Wm. King 

Xor<2Jas. DeBurgh Browne 
Wm. Wilberforce Bird . . 



COBNET. 



P 4 Oct. 81 
P 10 May 33 
PlSNov. 31 
24 Dec. 29 
P 16 Sept. 34 
P 19 July 31 
P 16 Sept. 36 
P 10 May 31 
P24Feb. 37 



P 9 Feb. 38 
25 Oct. 27 
P 19 Feb. 36 
P28 Feb. 34 
P 29 Dec. 35 
27 Nov. 35 
27 Mar. 36 
P27 May 36 
P 10 June 36 
P 7 July 36 
P22 Aug. 34 
p 23 Nov. 38 
P29May 40 
p 30 June 37 
p 14 June 39 
P 18 May 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P 22 April 42 

P 23 April 42 
P 24 April 42 
P 25 April 42 
29 April 42 
P 6 Jan. 43 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 23 June 43 
P 7 July 43 



LIEUT. 



Pdl Aug. 32 
P29 April 36 
P 12 Dec. 34 
P 2 Dec. 31 
Pll May 38 
P 11 Jan. 33 
P 9 Feb. 38 
Pll April 34 
PI7 Aug. 38 



P 15 Jan. 41 
P 16 Mar. 32 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 1 JiUy 36 
P31 Aug. 38 
8 Dee. 38 

15 Dec. 38 
P21 Feb. 41 

15 July 41 
P 10 April 40 
P 2 Sept. 86 
P 7 Feb. 40 
P81 Dec. 41 

13 May 42 
P 1 July 42 

13 Nov. 42 
P 23 June 43 
P 24 Nov. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



ERBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



P 24 Feb. 37 
Pll Oct. 39 
P 27 Aug. 41 
P 9 June 38 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P 29 April 42 
P 13 May 42 
13 Nov. 42 
P 24 Nov. 43 



8 Lieut. -Col. Soott wu pnma/t 
wIUi the French army, under Mar- 
■bal Gerard, at the rief e of Antwerp, 
In Dee. 1831 1 and, by permission of 
the Blanbal, be aeeompanied the 
troops upon every oeeasion during 
the siege. In Oct. 1838, be was ap- 
pointed to the command of the ea- 
Talry of the Bombay dWtsion of the 
army of the Indus, as Brigadier; 
served in tliat ranli durtnf the cam- 
paigns of 1838 and 39, In Sdnde and 
Al^aalstaiH and was present at the 
attack and capture of Ohuznee. 
During the latter part of 1839, h« 
commanded a detached coloma, 
consisting of Che whole of the artil- 
lery, (eseepting 4 guns,) the caralry, 
and one battalioa of infkntry : this 
colunm was destined to secure the 
sutajugallon of Upper Seindc, and fo 
co-operate with the main column, 
under Sir Tho. WiUshlre, directed 
af ainst KhclaC. 



4 Captain Rose commanded a half tquadron 
of the drd Light Diagoons at the forcing of the 
Khyber Past, and was also at the relief of Jel- 
lalabad, and at the re-capture of Gaubnl in 
Affghanistan, in 184S. 

7 Paymaster Knight served with the 5th Line 
Battalion King's German Legion, at Copen- 
hagen; during the whole of the Peninsula war 
from 1808 to its termination in 1814; also the 
Campaign of 1815, including tho battle of 
Waterloo. 



P24NOV. 43 
Paymaster.^Jlf ^SM Henry Knight,' 2 July, 06. 
Adljutant.—Carnet WiUiam Hamilton, 29 April, 42. 
Quarter-Master. — Andrew Allan, 13 May, 42. 

Surgeon. —Arthur Wood, M.D. 21 Aug. 40 ; Ast.-S. 19 Nov. 26 ; H.-A . Q2 Dec.25. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Archibald Stewart, 19 Feb. 36. 

Walter George Leonard Staunton, 29 May, 40. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Qeorge Johnston, 20 May, 37. 

Blue — Pacings Scarlet. — Agent, George Samuel CoUyer, Esq. 
1 General Sleigh senred in Plnnders in 1705; in tho actions in North Holland and the Holder, lOth and 
10th Sept., and 2d and 6th Oct. 1700. In the Peninsula in 1811 and 12. Commanded the llth Dragoons at 
Waterloo, towards the close of which the command of the 4th Brigade devolved on him. In 1S10 he ac- 
companied his regiment to India, and commanded the Cavalry division at the siege of Bhurtpore in 162'>&8. 
8 Lieut.-Col. Campbell was present at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1800; and served 
subsequently In the East Indies. 

5 Lieut the Hon. C. Powys, prior to entering the army, served four years as a Mid^b'pman in the Royal 
I'fftTy, and was present during the blockade of Navarin, at the siege and capture of Patras and the Morca 
Fort, Ottlf of Lepanto, in 1820. 

6 Uentenants Orysdale and Kemp serred with the 4th Light Dragoons during the campaign in Affghanis- 
un under Lord Keane, and were present at the siege and capture of Gbuxnee. 

8 Lient. Trower served with the 10th Lsncens during the campaign in Affghani^tan under Lord Keane» 
Md was present at the siege and capture of Ghumee, for which he has received a medal. 



136 I0eh{ The Prince of fFdles's own) Royal Begt. ofLi.Dr$. ["^ 

{Hussars.) 



Yean'Senr 



1 



« PENINSULA."—" WATERLOO." 



41 



PuU 



24 



31 



15 
13 
10 
10 
8 
8 



16 
6 
6 
5 
5 
6 
3 
6 
3 
3 



S 
3 
8 

10 

5 
S2 

28 

9 
12 



Half 
Paj. 



10ft 

































3ft 

H 






Colonel. 
9 Hon, Henry Beauchamp Lygon/ Comet, 9 July, 1803 ; Lieut, 24 May, 04 ; 
Capt. 15 Jan. 07 ; Mqjor, 14 May, 12; Lieut^Col 18 Jane, 15; Col. 24 
Mar. 22 ; Mq/or-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 10th Hassan, 23 Jnne^ 43. 

Lieut.'Ccionel. 
9 m John Vandeleor,' Enngn, 6 Jnly, 09; lAeut. SO May 11; Copt. p2S 
Feb. 22; Mqjar^ Pi Oct. 25; lAeut.-Col. P18 Dec. 27; Col. 23 Nor. 41. 

Jllqjor. 
80 J. C. Wallington,' Comet, p21 Oct. 13; Lieu*. p27 Dee. 14; Capi. p16 
Dec. 24 ; Mqfor, p5 April, 33. 



Captains. 

Henry Fred. Bonham 
Geo. A. F. Quentin .. 
William Tomline .... 
Robert Blucher Wood 
Andrew Cathcart .... 
Fra. O. Henry Bridgeman 

LZBUTBNAKTS. 

Matt. M'Donoogh, R.M. 

JohnWOkie 

Lord Geo. A. Beanclerk 
Robt. Hugh Smith Barry 

George Webb 

Wm. Angnstine Hyder . . 

Robert Pate 

Sir Thomas Monro, Bart. 
James Charles Ferrier • . 
Richard Greaves Townley 



CORNBT. 



P 22 May 20 
p 14 June 31 
P 2 May 34 
P30Dec. 34 
P26Jan. 36 
P28 0ct. 36 



6 Mar. 28 
Pll May 38 
P28 Aug. 38 
P 17 May 39 
28 Jane 30 
P 6 July 38 
P 5 Feb. 41 
P 7 July 38 
Pl8 June41 
P31 Dec. 41 



CORNBTS. 

Francis Leigh 

Tlio.TristremSpryCarlyon 
Chas. FreyiUe Surtees . . 



P 22 Jnly 42 
P 27 Dec. 42 
P28Jan. 42 



LIBUT. 



P 14 June 31 
P 1 June 32 
P24July 35 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 5Apra39 
P 5 July 30 



p 14 Dee. 32 
P29May 40 
P5 Feb. 41 
P 5 Jan. 41 
80 Dee. 41 
30 Not. 30 
P22July 42 
P27 Aug. 41 
Pll Not. 42 
P 10 Not. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 16 May 34 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 5 Feb. 41 
F31 Dec. 41 
Pll Not. 42 
P30Sept.42 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



Pff^uu^er.— Edmund Bentley Frith, 7th Sept. 41 ; ^tu. P31 Oct. 34; Xievi. 

P3 Not. 37. 
A^jutani.—Lieui. George Webb, 20 Sept. 30. 
Quarter-Magter.^Jvokm Creighton M'Clellan,* 28 Jan. 19. 
Surgeon.— 9 83ft Denis Murray, MD. 23 Not. 32 ; Aenit.^Surg. 5t2 Joae, 15; 

Hotp.^Assist. 9 Not. 12. 
Atsietani^Surgeon. — Arthur Anderson, M.D., 16 Oct. 35. 
Veterinary Suf geon.'-^ohn Wm. Gloag, 29 June, 32. 

Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k, Co. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane k Co. 
IRetumedfram Portugal, March, 1828.] 

I M%|or*GeB. the Honoonbl* Henry B. Ljiton, ferred In the Peninsula with the 10th DracooBf, ttom 
March 1800 to Sept. 1910, and again from Feb. 1814 to the end of that war, Including tha capture of f^ono* 
battle of Talavera, and paeeage of the Coa. SeTerelj wotmdcd in the ncclif SOth Aug. lOIO, ia Jiaeiawa'e 
adrance to the batile of Bufaeo. 

S Colonel Vandeleur was eererelr woundnl at Puentee d'Onor. 

a M^Jor Wellington served at Waterloo on the 17th and lOth Jnne. 

ft Quarter-Master M*C1ellan terred throughout the campaigns of 1819 and U on the Niagara Froati«re» 
Including the action before Fort Oeoige, Biackroek, BttflUo» Chippewa, Lundy's Lane, Niagara, befor* Fort 
Erie, Cook's Mills, and psM of Grand River. Reeeired a contusion In the head by a musket ahot at tW 
moment of pasting through the enemy's line in the charge at Chippewa, 4th July, 1814. 



^tf^HSr*] ll'A (^ Prince Alberts own) Regiment of Hussars. 137 

The Sphinx, with the words, " EGYPT"—" SALAMANCA"—" PENINSULA"— 

" WATERLOO"—" BHURTPORK" 



Tean'Senr 



46 






17 



88 



Half 
P»7. 






16 





11 





15 





9 





8 





9 





8 





5 





6 





3 





7 


1^ 


2 





8 





8 





8 





8 





1 





1 





1 





16 


1^ 


8 





10 





11 





4 






Coloneh 
9 tSB Charles Murray, Earl Cathcart,* KCB. Ens, May, 09 ; Lieut. 10 Aug. 
00 ; Capt. 3 Feb. 03 ; Major, 14 May, 07 -, Lieut.'Col. 30 Aug. 10 ; Col. 18 
Aug. 10 ; Mqjor-Gen. 88 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 -, Col. 11th Hussars, 
30 Aug. 43. 

JAeut.'Colonel. 
James Thomas, Earl qf Cardigan, Comet, p 6 May, 84 ; Lieut, p 13 Jan. 85; 
Capt. P June, 86 ; Mqjor, p3 Aug. 30; Lieut. -Col. 3 Dec. 30. 

Mc{jors. 

9 dftJames Rich. Rotton,* Comet, 87 June, 11 ; Lieut, p Jan. 18; Capt. 
P 18 Sept. 17 ; Mqfor, p 11 Aug. 30; Brevet Lieut.-Col, 83 Nor. 41. 



Captaiks. 

Inigo Jones 

Jo^ Hen. Forrest 

John Douglas 

John Wil&ms Reynolds 

Wm. Chas. Forrest 

Frederick Sntton 

LlBITTBNAKTS. 

T. Mathias Luz Weguelin 

Broadley Harrison 

Cfaa. Kemeys K. Tynte . . 
Tho. Hobbins Ward .... 

Edmund Peel 

Henry Hanson 

Pred. Snowden Corrance 
S. J. Lord Aberdonr, s. . . 
Wm. Stephen Sandes . . 

COBNBTS. 

Son. Gerard James Noel 
Jas. Tho. Wightman, R.M. 
GeoigeThomas Duncombe 
William Foster 




P 8 July 88 
P 18 Apr. 33 
P 16 June 80 
P 18 Sept 35 
P 11 Mar. 36 
P 84 Apr. 35 

P83Dec. 36 
P 11 Oct. 30 
PIONOY.38 
P 10 Sept. 41 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P 15 Apr. 43 
P 89 Apr. 48 
P80 May 36 
P 3 June 48 

P 8 July 48 

24 Feb. 43 

P 4 Aug. 43 

P 6 Dec. 43 



LI BUT. 



P 17 Dec. 30 
P 85 Dec. 35 
P 85 Oct. 33 
P 8 Not. 38 
P 5 Jan. 30 
P 13 May 36 

P 28 June 30 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 16 Apr. 43 
P 8 July 43 
Pl7Jtoly 40 
13 July 43 
P 14 July 43 
P 3 Apr. 41 
P 5 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 14 Apr. 37 
Pll Oct. 30 
Pll May 30 
P 10 Jan. 40 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 3 June 48 



BBBYET- 
MAJOR. 



Paymaster.— Wm. Devaynes Bedford,* 28 April, 37 ; Ens. p G AprU, 86 ; Lieut, 

P31 Jan. 87. 
Atffutant. — Lieut. Henry Hanson, 15 April, 48. 
Quarter-Master.^-9 Francis Collins,* 6 Feb. 1834. 
Surgeon. — 

Assist'Surgeon. — ^Andrew Maclean, M.D., 4 Oct. 33. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — James Robertson, 8 Oct. 40. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt, Armlt, k Co. 

[Returned from the East Indies, June 1838.] 

1 Lord Cathcsrt fenred on the Helder expedition in 1790. Accompanied the Expedition under Sir 
J^nee Cni^ sndsenred in Naplce and Sicily, In 180ft and 8, as Aielitant Quarter-Master-General. Served 
on the Scheldt expedition, and wai present at the siege of Flashing:, in 1809. Proceeded to the Peninsula 
in 181S> •• ao Assistant Qaarter-HasterOeneral, and was present at the battles of Barossa, Salamanca, and 
Tittoria, for wliich he has received a medal and two clasps. Served also the campaign of 1816, and was 
present at the battle of Waterloo 

8 Lieut.-Col. Rotton served in the Peninsula firom April, 1812, to June, 1818,including the battle of Salamanca. 
Present ftfc Waterloo on the 16th, 17th and 18th June. Served also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

6 Paymaster Bedford served as Mi^or and Deputy Assistant Ac^utant-General to the Anglo -Spanish Legion, 
daring 18S5 and part of 1886 ; and was engaged in the village of Mendigur, and heights of Arlaban, In Alara, 
on tho 16th, 17tfa, and 18th Jan. 1886. 

6 Quarter-Master Collins served in the Peninsula from Oct. 1800 to the end of that war in 1814, Including 
the battle of Basaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Yedras and subsequent advance, battle of Fuentes 
d*Onor, riege of Ciu<bul Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos and retreat to 
the fttmtlers of Portugal, battle of Vittorla, siege of San Sebastian, crossing of the Bidassoe, battle of the 
NiTe, passage of the Adoor, Investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which occasion he was 
wottoded through the left arm. 



^ 



rB«4Qttart«n 



138 12th ( The Prince of Wales's) Royal Regt of Lancers, [m 

The Sphinx, with the words, " EGYPT"- « PENINSULA" — " WATERLOO." 



Years' S«rT. 


54 


Fall 
Paj. 


Half 
Pay. 




60 






41 


2A 


38 





19 





17 





11 





11 





11 





19 





9 





11 





6 





5 





4 





7 





S 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





33 

11 

7 

29 
10 
11 


h 









Colonel, 
fi Sir Henry John Cumming,» KCH. Comet, 12 May, 1790 ; Xtnrf. 9 Feb. 
93 : Capt, 21 Feb. 94 ; Mqjor, 25 Oct. 98 ; Lieut-Col. 17 Feb. 1803 ; Cd. I 
Jan. 12; Major-Gen. 4 June, 14; Lieut.-Gen. 22 July, 30; CoL 12th I^ccn, 

20 Jan. 37. 

LietU-ColoneU, 
Robert Browne Clayton,' KC. Bn9. 1 Sept. 84; Lieut. 30 April, 90; Capt. 31 

March, 93; Major, 1 March, 94: Lteut.-Col. 1 Jan. 98; Col. 25 AprU, 1608; 

Major-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut.-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Gen. 28 June, 38. 
9 912% Sampson Stawell,' Ens. p 15 Jan. 01 ; Lieut. p9 July, 02 ; Capt. 28 Feb. 

05; Brevet-M(\jor, 18 June, 15; Beg.-Mtyor, 16 Sept. 19; Xteirf,-CW. p1 

Oct. 25; Co/. 28 June, 38. 

Mqjor. 
9 im Alexander Barton,* KH. Comet, p 1 Aug. 06 : Lieyt. p 7 May, 07 ; Capt. 
P 17 Jan. 11 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 21 Jan. 19 ; Beg.-Mtoor, p 19 Feb. 24; Brevet- 
Lieut.-Col. 10 Jan. 37. 



Captains. 



Edward Pole 

Han. C. R. W. Forester^. 
Hon. Robert Needham . 

Edward Morant 

Wm. HeathcoteTottenham 
Joseph Philips 



} 



Lieutenants. 

Thomas Bernard .... 
Sydney Aug. Capel, 
(tuart'er-Matttr, 1 1 Oct. S3 
David Arthur Munro. . . . 
Thomas Henry Clifton . . 
Rich. Hugh Smith Barry 
John Borlasc Maunsell . . 
Fred.Montresor Mulcaster 
Charles Sutton .... 

COBNBTS. 

John Williams 



CORNET. 

P 7 July 25 
P 18 Dee. 27 
P23 Aug. 33 
P 20 Sept 33 
P 13 Dec. 33 
18 Aug. 25 



LIEUT. 



P 19 Sept. 26 
P 3 Aug. 30 
P 12 Dec. 34 
P 24 Apr. 35 
P 23 Oct. 35 
P 13 Dec. 33 



C. Sabine Aug. Thellusson 
Tho. Cockayne Maunsell 



P 20 Apr. 39 

25 May 39 

p 1 June 41 
P 2 July 41 
P26NOT. 41 
Pll June 41 
Pll Nov. 42 
P 7 July 43 



CAPTAIN. 



PI8N0V. 81 
P 23 Aug. 33 
P 2 July 41 
Pll Nov. 42 
P 7 July 43 
27 Oct. 43 



BBBVBT- 
MAJOB. 



P 24 Apr. 35 

7 July 37 

P28 Dec. 38 
P26 Apr. 39 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P 1 June 41 
P 13 July 41 

P 26 Oct. 41 

P26 Nov. 41 

Pll Nov. 42 

Jno.I>eMontmorency Priori 31 Dec. 41 

Paymaster.— L. M. M. Prior,* 6 July, 20; Ens. 12 Sept 11 ; Lieut. 9 Doc. 13. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Sydney Augustus Capel, 7 July, 37. 

Quarter-Master. — Charles Armstrong, 7 July, 37. 

Surgeon.— iwae^ Lowry Tighe, 10 Jan. 40 ; A.-S. 20 Oct 25; ir.-il.24 Jue 15. 

Assistant-Surgeon. — Thomas Hunter, M.D. 18 April, 34. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Charles Brett, 8 March, 33. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agent, George Samuel CoUyer, Esq. 
[Returned from Portugal, March 1828.] 

1 Sir Hciu John Cununlng lenrcd with the llth Draguuiu in FUnden, and wms pment in erftj action that 
ooearred, includtag the ileRn of Valenciennei and Dunkirk ; and battles of Famart and Catena : alM the wintrr 
eampaim of ITIM in Holland, and lliat to the Helder In 1790. Served aUo two years In the Peninsola. in 
eommand of the llth Light Draicoons, including tlie action of El Bodon, (wounded by a sabre cat in tlie arn* ' 
and battle of Salamanca, for which latter he has received a medal. 

9 Sir Robert Browne Clayton served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the Btb. 
19th, and 91st March. Served also at Walcheren in 1600, and was present at the siege of Flushing. Xednl 
ft»r services in Egypt. 

S Col. Stawell served with the Walchertn expedition, and subsequently in the Peninsula from 1811 U* 
1814, including tiie sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Bad^os, the cavalry afiair of La Rena, deatnaction of 
tha bridge of Alntaras, battle of Vlttoria, si^o and capture of San Sebastian. Served also at Waterloo. 

4 Lieut.-€ol. Barton's services : — expedition to Walcheren ; Peninsula from April, 181S, to tha cad of 
the war, including the cavalry affairs at Castn^on, Qnlntana de Puenta, and Monaateio i battles of Salamawn 
and Ylttoria, and siege of San Sebastian. Served also at Waterloo. 

Paymaster Prior served the campaign of 1817 In the East Indies against the Pindarresi. 



ft! Houuloir. J 



13th Regiment of Light Dragoons. 



139 



On the chaeoes ftiid appolatmento, the Motto, " Yiret in ^£<mi«m.'*— " PENINSULA*'—" WATERLOO.'* 



Yean' Serr. 



65 



Full , Half 
Pay-'Paj. 



35 
29 



29 

18 

9 

8 

10 

9 

13 
6 
7 
9 
6 
4 
4 

5 
4 
2 
8 



36 
13 
16 
20 

5 

14 






































Colonel, 
Hon, Sir H. G. Grey, GCB. GCH. Em, 17 Oct. 1779; Lieut, 28 July, 81; 
Cop^. 31 May, 87; Mqj, 23 Oct. 93; Zieta,'Col, 21 April, 94; Col. 1 Jan. 
98 ; Mqf.-Gen, 1 Jan. 1806 ; LieuU-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Gen, 27 May, 25; Col, 
13th Dragoons, 30 Dec. 11. 

Zieii^.-Co2.— 9 SIB R. Brunton,> Em. 10 Nov. 08: Lieut, 12 Dec. 09; Capt, 
10 Nov. 13; M€(j,^2 March, 26; Lieut, -Col, p 31 Dec. 30. 

Major, — Henry Stones, Comet, p 28 Dec. 16; Lieut, 7 Nov. 18; Capt, p 25 
Dec. 23; MaJ. p 19 Feb. 86. 



Captains. 

Wm. Digliy Hamilton . . 

William Knox 

Charles Edmund Doherty 
John Anstruther Thomson 

Henry Hamilton 

Sam. Auchmuty Dickson 
Lieutenants. 

Charles Floyd 

Thomas Bateson 

Charles Deacon 

Wm. Richard OrmsbyGore 
John Edward Madocks. . 
Lancelot John H. Allgood 

Henry Wilson, R.M 

Cornets. 
J. W. M. Gwynne Hughes 
C.ComptonWm. Domville 

Henry Holden 

James John Lloyd 

Fred. John G. Whitehead 
John Marcus Clements . . 



CORNET. 



LIEUT. 



25 May 15 
P 12 Jan. 26 
P24 Apr. 35 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 12 Dec. 34 
P 22 May 35 

8 Sept. 31 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 14 April 37 
P 29 Dec. 35 
P 17 Aug. 88 
p 22 May 40 
p 7 Aug. 40 

P 13 Dec. 39 
P 29 May 40 
P 22 Apr. 42 
P 16 Apr. 41 
P25 Nov. 42 
p 29 Sept. 43 



9 Nov. 19 
P 20 Mar. 27 
p 6 Jan. 37 
P 24 Feb. 87 
P S Jan. 41 
P 28 Sept. 39 

16 Sept. 37 
Pll Sept. 40 
P27 Aug. 41 
P 12 Apr. 39 
P18 May 41 
P 22 Apr. 42 
P 29 Sept. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P31 Dec. 30 
P 14 Dec. 82 
P 4 Sept. 40 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P 22 Apr. 42 
P 20 Sept. 43 



BREV-MAJ 



Paymagter, — 9 Francis Edward Leech,' 19 Nov. 07. 

Adjutant.— Lieut, Charles Floyd, 8 Sept. 31. 

Quarter'Magter.'-iohn. O'Reilly, 25 Dec. 28. 

5»r^eon.~James Young,^ M.D. 18 .Oct. 39; il«w^.-5ttr^. 14 Aug. 24; Hosp. 

AsHst. 18 May 24. 
Atrift.'Surg,^WmAm Sail, 10 May, 89. 
Veterinary Surg. — John Legrew, 9 July, 30. 

Blue — Facings Buff. — ^>i^e?t^«, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from the East Indies, May 1840.] 



1 Lieut.-Col. Branton wired In the Peninaula from May 1800, toFeb.l8U,incIii<Unf th« action at thebrld^ 
of Coa near Almeida, Busaco, Poentes d'Onor, Arroyo de MoUnOj Almaraz, Vittoria, Jiayo Pasf, Pyrenees, 
Nirelle, NiTe. Slightly wounded at the battle of the Pyrenees dOth July, and Beverely At St. PierM 
d'AmiM near Bayonne ISth Dec. 1618. Served at Waterloo on the 18th June. 

S Paymaster Leech served In the Peninsula from Jan. 1818 io the end of the war, Including the 
Passage of the Bidassoa, the battles of Nivelle 10th Nov., and Nire 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12tb Dec. 181$, 
and blockade of Bayonue. Served also at the escalade of Booj BooJ in Cutcb, March, 1819, and at the 
siege of Rhas-el-Khyma, and of Zoa in the Persian Qulf in 1819 and 20. 

4 Dr. Young served In Africa from 1834 to 1827 inclusive, and was present at the battle of Doodwa 
against the Ashantees. 7 Aug. 26. 

2 Colonel Townsend serred in the Peninsula from Dec. 1808, until taken prisoner near the dty of Pau in 
France, 8th March 1814, Including the different affairs of the 10th and 11th, and in crossing the Douro on the 
12th May 1809; battle of Tahivera ; aflSur with the enemy's advanced poets 1 1th July 1810 in front of 
Ciudad Rodrigo under the oommand of Col. Talbot who was killed; passage of the Coa ; skirmishes of the 
rear guard from Almeida to the lines of Torres Vedras in 1810 ; affkirs In the enemy's retreat from Santarem 
to the frontiers of Spain f^m 6th March to 4th April 1811 ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor (wounded); afblr 
with the enemy's lancers 25th Sept. 1811 ; siege of Bad^|oz; aflhln with the enemy's cavalry at Uaagrp, 
Uerena, in front of Salamanca, and near CastrlUos ; battle of Salamanca ; affair with the enemy's retr 
guard near Panerandos ; seTeral skirmishes from Madrid to n^tr Ciudad Rodrigo, and from the 26th May 
near Salamanca to the battle of Vittoria ; taking of a gun from the enemy near Pampeluna ; and seTeml 
engagement and skirmishes from the entrance of the British army Into France, until the battle of Orthes. 
Embarked for America In Oct. 1814, and was present at the attack on New Orleans 8th Jan. 1815. 



Tean' Scrr. 



48 



Pull 

39 



34 
10 



10 



Htlf 



12 

11 

22 

10 

33 

24 

8 

8 

6 

8 

o 

21 

18 

12 





7 

7 

6 

6 

8 

7 

15 



4 

6 

3 

3 

6 
3 

4 

3 

3 

3 

2 

3 

32 

3 

14 

18 

6 

6 

6 



'miu7im^] l^ih {The Kins^M) RegL of LigfU Dragoons. [^•'^pSS^;**^ 

The "PRUSSIAN BAGLE"— "DOURO"— "TALAVERA*'— "FUBNTKS I>X>irOR"— 
" SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— " ORTHES"— « PENINSULA.'* 

CoUmel. 
9 im Sir Edward Kerriflon, Bart.^ KCB. k. QCH. Cktmei, 23 Jane, 1798; 
Lieut, 1 Feb. 98; Capt. 18 Oct. 98; ir<{/or. 12 Hay, 1803; Ximf.-CM. 
4 April, 05; Col. 4 June, 13: Mqjor-Oen, 12 Aug. 19; Xteu^.-Geii. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Col. 14th Light Dragoons, 18 June, 30. 
LieiU.'Cohmels.'—^ John Townsend,' Comet, p24 Jan. 05; Lievt. 8 Mar. 00 ; 
Capt. 6 Jane, 11 ; Bretaet-Mqjor. 21 Jan. 10 ; RefftL^Mqjor^ p 13 Sept. 21 ; 
Lieut.'Col. P 16 April, 29 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
9 913a Wm. Havelock,* KM. En$. 12 July, 10; Lievi. 12 May, 12; Capt. 

P 19 Feb. 18 ; Mqjor, p 31 Dec. 30 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 April, 41. 
5f<{;V^«.~Edward Harvey,^ Comet, P24 Mar. 25; Lieut. p4 May, 26; Capt 

P 12 Oct. 30; Mqjor, 30 April, 41 ; Brevet Lieut,-Col. 31 Dec. 41. 
Charles P. Alnslie, 2nd Lieut, 10 April, 25; Xieii^. p 28 Jan. 26; Capt.9\Q 
Mar. 30 ; Mqjor, p 14 Oct. 42. 



A 
A 












































1 
lA 







Captains. 
Wm. Henry Archer .... 
Henry Edw. Doherty .... 

Qeorge Weston 

Charles Steuart 

George Qardine Shaw* . . 
Arch. Edward Bromwich 

John Henry Tonge 

Geo. K. Massy Dawson 
Wm. Clarkei <2r3r. l A Sep. 37 

Lieutenants. 
Charles T. GrifBs, R.M. . . 
John Hesketh Goddard. . 

James Boelth' 

James Chambre 

Frederick Holder 

Arthur Scndamore^ .... 
Richard Herbert Gall . . 
Jn. Forster FitzGerald ^ . . 
John A ngnstos Todd ^ . . 
Rich. Buckley Prettejohn 
Henry Frederick Hodson 
Charies Wm. Thompson* 
Thomas Wm. Smith .... 
John Hamilton Gray. . . . 
Sydney Uoyd Horton * . . 

Charln Morant 

George B. Hillier, e 

Joseph Cuff Barrett .... 
Wm. NetUeshSp'* 

COBNBTS. 

Francis Delaval Gray . . 
Charles Potts Bosser. . . . 
Wm. Edward Buller .... 
Rich. Pretymau Apthoip 

James Coster 

Robert Johnston Brown 
William M<Mahon .... 
William Gnsenham 



CORNET. 



P 28 Dec. 32 
Pdl Dec. 33 
P 28 Dec. 21 

10 Dec. 25 
P30May 11 

17 Feb. 20 
P20 April 36 
PdOJnly 36 

24 April 38 

P 5 Feb. 36 
P26July 39 
P 24 Sept. 12 
P 27 July 26 
P27 Apr. 32 
P20May 35 
P 3 July 35 
P24Mar. 37 
P 28 Apr. 37 
P23Feb. 38 
P 14 Sept. 38 
P26Feb. 36 
P 7 July 37 
P 24 Not. 29 
P 13 Feb. 35 
P20Oct. 40 
14 Dec. 38 
P 14 Jan. 41 
P 16 Jan. 41 

Pll Jan. 39 
P 8 Jan. 41 
Pl5May 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P 1 May 41 
P 31 Dec. 41 
P 26 Not. 42 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. BKBV.-MAJ. 



P 1 June 38' 
P 17 May 39 
P 16 Mar. 30 
P 9 Not. 38 
31 May 39 
30 Not. 39 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P25NOT.42 
P 25 Nor. 42 

S rorCoL 



P 17 July 36 

P 15 July 36 

P 10 May 25 

P 6 Feb. 20 

21 Dec. 13 

12 Aug. 29 

P 1 June 38 

P 6 Nor. 40 

4 Jan. 41 

P 27 July 38 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P 6 May 13 
P 12 Feb. 29 
P 22 July 36 

18 Feb. 38 
7 Dec. 38 

31 May 39 
P 14 June 39 
PlSOct. 39 
7 Dee. 89 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P31 July 40 

15 Sept. 37 
P22 Mar. 30 
PdO Dec. 41 
P 16 April 41 
P25 Not. 42 
P 26 Not. 42 



S Ll««it. Tlwpptoa arrrcd a» 
Anglo' Spaabh Lcgloo, aad wu 
aoih Anc. ISUt th« Of 1 11 101 
AiUboa, Itth. irth, and IStb Job. Ion; 
oetkB bdbn Sob Bebarttoii. 6Ch Mar* IStS. ta 
ho wu levcnly iroiiad«d tn (bo hip and liM 

9 Llent. Hortoa served with tho tWb oa Cbo 
Bxpodltten. oad wu pretoal at tbo laktef of 
and ChttCBpoo. 

1 1 Payoiaater Rofc Mrvcd la tto 
Oec. ISIS 10 Cbo end of the 




S LIOBb-Col. Bavclock I 
tho PcniiuaU from Jaly ISIS lo tbo 
end or that war la 1S14. 
tho ItoMlw of Hmnrn 
lamanro, and Vlttortei 
tho BIdauoo. hottio of *i m- 

of Oftheo and Tooloiiao. 

alio the campalpi of ISU^ «A van 

wounded at Quatre Btaa. 

4 Heat..Col.Ha n o y— TodaSSbo 
iBTcotiatniof Kolafoto la ' 
Indlea, In Sept. ISV. 
OB tho Staff la tto laH 



aad wu peeoeat at 
oiththe KtTPtiaa 
koloa, lath iM. IS4L 

S Capt. Shaw 
of Battoau. aad la tho 
eaaipnlgBi of 1S17 aad ISi 

S Umt. Boaltti aofvod la 
Mahialta oaaipalpa of 1S17 
IS I pmcatatthe ■Icfeof 
eaptofo of Siadwah. hotHo of 




27 Aug. 41 

Paifmaster.—9 ^f^^' Bofe," 3 Sept. 12. 

A4jutanJt.^Comet R. P. Apthorp, 25 Not. 42. 

Quarter^Matter.'-ll^ OS Samuel Brodribb/* 15 Jan. 20. 

^KT^MMi.— Robert Dunkin Smyth, 6 Not. 40; il.-5.60ct.25; J5r.-il.l0May,S5. 

ils«ufan«-5«ry€0fi«.— Edward Wm. Stone, M.D. 5 OcL 38. 

Arthur Saunders Thomson, M.D. 19 Oct. 38. 
Veterinary Surgeoti,'^. G. PhiUps, 28 Aug. 38. 

Blue — Facing Scarlet. — Agent, Messrs. Cox St Co. 
1 Sir Edward Karriaon wtrred at tlia Heldar in 17W; iaeludlnf tha balUaa of iha lOlh 8ap( , td aad «lh 
Gel. Campalfn of 1806-0 to Spain, ander Sir JoIib Mooie* ineludlag tha tettia of Comaaa. CooiaMadad 
tba 7lh HuaanlB Uia oompaigaa of ISIS. 14, and 15, aad was praMot at tba batttaa of Ortbot aad Walar- 
loo, for which ha has reeeired modali. Sir Edward waa Mreraly woondad (Ua arm having baoi hrokfli te 
two pisoat) in Spain, SS Dec ISOe •, and tlighUy woundad at Waterloo, whara ha had alio a hocae 
oDdarhim. 

7 IJaaiaaaBis Seodamore, FitaOorald, and Todd Mrrad with tha 4th Lifht Dragoonf darlav tha 
palftt tn Afl|baniitan ondar Lord Kaanr, aad wars prcMat at tha ^ga and eaptare of Ohi 



1 tn Asyianittm ondar Lord Kaan^, aad 

10 LtaatTNatttehlp wrrad •• a Oaptabi la tha Anglo-Spanlth Ltgion, daring tha years 1800^ M« aad f7« 
aad wae pr«ant at tha relief of BUboa, opeiatlona on tha aelghu of Arlaban in Alava, 10th, 17th, and lOih 
Jan. leso ; aetloa before San SeheaUan, ftth Maar I action on the Ametia HSighti, 1 Oct. ; opamtioat oa the 
10th, 19th, 14lht lOth, and lOih March, 18S7; elMa of Ima, and varlooe eltlrmtohes. 

Ifl Quafft^MaatarBrodfibb larTad la Am Pea tntala tram Bant. ISIS to tha aad of tha war: onaent \ 



Yean* Sot. 



50 



Pvy, 



38 



28 
13 
85 



P.J. 



11 w. wS] I6th (TheKifUf'$) BegU of lAghi Dragom$. [BanS^M^L.. 

{Hussars). 

« BMSDOBF*— *• EOMOITP-OP-ZEB"— « VILLIEE8 EN COUCHE*—* dAHAOUK" 

« VITTORIA'V-" PENINSULA''—" WATERLOO." 

— —^-^ 

Colonel. 
9 Sir Robert Thomaf WiUon,* Cornet^ Apr. 1794; Lieut, 81 Oct. 94 ; Capi. 

81 Sept. 96 ; MqjWy 28 Jane, 1800 ; Lieui.Col, 27 Feb. 02 ; Co2. 26 July, 10 ; 

Mqjor-Gen. 4 June, 13; Lieui.-Gen. 27Hay,25; Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Col 15th 

HuBsan, 20 Dec. 36. 
Lieut.'Colonel. —9 LoTell Benjamin Lorell,' KH. Comet, p18 Dec. 06; 

Lieut. Pl^ May, 08; Capt. p12 Dec. 11 ; Breoet'MoQor,^\ Jan. 10; i^e^r^Z.- 

MqjOTj p28 Oct. 24; Lieut. -Col. p21 Nov. 28 ; Co/. 23 Nov. 41. 
Sir Walter Scott, jBar^. Comety p 10 June, 19 ; Lieut. p24 Oct. 21 ; Capt. P 16 

June, 26; MtQW, P26 Feb. 28; Lieut.- Col. 31 May, 39. 
Jf<z/or«.-*-GeoTge Wm. Key, Comet, p6 July, 31 ; Lieut. 26 Aug. 33 ; Capt. P16 

Sept. 37 ; Mtyor, p 14 June, 42. 
Henry Bond,' Comet, p 26 May, 09 ; Lieui. 1 March, 11 ; Capt, P 6 May, 24 ; 

Srettet'Mqjor, 28 June, 38 ; Mqjor, 24 Nov. 43. 



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17 





16 





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10 





9 





7 





5 





5 





9 





6 





10 





8 





6 





5 





3 





2 





3 





3 





8 





2, 





2 





2 





8 





1 





13 





9 





9 





32 





9 





2 





6 






Captains. 
E. Tho. Harley Chambers 
Michael Wm. Smith • . 
Charles H. T. Hecker. . . . 
Oswald Sam. Blachford 

Richard Knox 

John Bunco Pilgrim 

John William Baird .... 
Francis Woodley Home 
Richard Francis Poore . . 

LlBUTBKAKTS. 

John Surman, R. M 

John Brett 

Geo. Aberc. Robertson^. . 
Octavius Geo. Perrott . . 
P, D'Ormienx Von Streng 

John Macartney 

Tho. Brooke Jackson .... 

George Home 

Henry Keown 

Joseph Clayton Jennyns' 
Lewis Edward Nolan . . 
George Arthur Ede .... 

Henry Brett 

Tho. R. Crawley 

Eardley Norton 

Blackwood Moutray Read 

Charles Bill 

Thomas Jones 

Maurice Lynch Blake . . 

CORNBTS. 

Adam Blandy 

Matthew Edward Hoare 
W. Blucher Lumley Sleigh 

Henry Bernard 

Jas. L. Sandys Lnmsdaine 
George Stoney Swinney 
Arthur John Vizard . . . 
James Boyd Miller 



CORNBT. 



P 14 Dec. 32 
19 Nov. 30 
P29 Aug. 26 
P 6 Dec. 27 
P28 June 31 
P 4 Dec 32 
P 6 Apr. 33 
P31 Aug. 32 
P 22 July 24 

12 June 36 
P 10 Oct 34 

26 Apr. 28 

26 May 27 
Pll Nov. 28 
P27 Sept. 33 
P 10 Jan. 34 
P 19 June 36 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P 8 Feb. 39 
P 16 Mar. 39 
P 14 Aug. 36 
P21 June 39 

19 Dec. 34 
P 16 Sept.36 
P22 June 39 
P29 Nov. 39 
P 23 July 41 
Pll Mar. 42 

P 19 June 41 
p 20 June 41 
P 3 Dec. 41 
P 4 Mar. 42 
P 22 AprU 42 
P 14 June 42 
P 2 Sept. 42 



LIBUT. 



p 2 Aug. 33 
P21 Feb. 34 
P 3 Jan. 28 
Pl3Sept.31 
20 Apr. 34 
PlOSept. 37 
Pll Nov. 36 
p 6 Sept 33 
p 3 Dec. 26 



38 
37 
31 
32 
34 
34 
36 



P 9 Mar. 
P 14 Apr. 

13 May 

11 Oct 

17 Apr. 
P 19 Dec. 
P 19 Feb. 
P28 Aug. 38 
P29Mar. 39 

18 June 41 
P19 June41 
P 17 Feb. 37 
Pll Feb. 42 

9 Mar. 42 

13 Dec. 30 

P 14 June 42 

1 AprU 43 
P19May 43 
P 14 July 43 
general actioot, 
mithes, beiidet 



CAPTAIN. 



BBBV.-HAJ. 



P28 Nov. 37 
P23 Apr. 30 

2 June 39 
P 1 Aug. 34 

9 Mar. 42 
P 14 June 42 
Pll May 41 
P 19 Aug. 424 

7 July 43 

8 Colonel LoreU serred at tiM 
taking of Monte Video under 
81r Sam. Auebmnty In 1807, and 
■ubeequentlr In the Peninsula, 
including the battlei of Tala- 
vera, the Coa, Bunco, Puentea 
d'Onor (wounded), SiJamanca, 
Yittorla, the Pyreneee, NItb, 
Ortbes, and Toulouie ; actiooa 
or eklnntahei near Talarera, 
Sexmira, Val da la Mula, La 
Mearei, Freizeda, Quarda, Go- 
imbn, Valle, Venda de Sierra, 
Pombal, Redlnha, Miranda da 
Conro, Coa, Oalligot, Nate 
d'Aver, Eiplga, near Fuentee 
d'Onor, Uerena, near Sala- 
manca, St. ChriitOTal, Rueda, 
CastrlUofl, Foncaitin, Matylla, 
at Burgoi, Osma, Huarte, I%m- 
peluna, Yale de Bastan, Pmu of 
Maya, Lines of Alnho, Cambo, 
Hasparren, Hellte, Oarris, Sau- 
▼eterre, St. Qladte, Buelho, 
Garllu, San Roman — total, ten 
forty minor actions or skir- 
att«iiding seven sieges; and 
was at the siege of Oporto, being one of the 
Military Reporten under Lord Wm. Russell. 

4 Lieut. Robertson was wounded in action 
at Coorg, Madras, April 18M. 

5 Lieut. Jennyns served as a captain in the 
late Anglo-Spanish Legion, and was present in 
erery action of importance during that service, 
except of that on the Ath May, 1886. He has 
received the decoration of San Fernando, and 
a medal for the storm and capture of Irun. 



P 7 July 43 

Paymaster.— U&kTj Routh, 11 Oct 39; £'9M.p26 Apr. 31 ; Lieut. P27 Sept 33. 

Aegutant. — Lieut. George Home, 1 April, 43. 

Quarter^Maeter.—WaUam Betson,* 1 Nov. 35. 

i^urpMm.— Jaa. Mouaty^ M.£). 16 Feb. 27 5 Assist.-Surg. 1 Oct 12; flaip.« 

Auiit. 16 July, 12. 
Astittajii-Surgeont. — Edward Mockler, 26 Sept 36. 

Joseph Jee, 16 April 42. 
Veteriftary Surgeon. — ^Thomaa Hurford, 26 Jan. 39. 
Blue — A^ent, Messrs. Cox & Co. IBetumed from Franee, May, 1810.] 
1 Sir Robert WUson served in Flanden and HoDaod In 17M, 4, and 6 ; In the rebelilon In Ireland in 17B6 ; 
la Hollaad In 1790; the Brrptlan campaign of 1801 ; capture of the Cape of Good Hope In 1806 ; raised and 
eommandoithe Lusitanlan Legion In 1808 and in Spain and Portugal. Served several campaigns with tha 
Rnsrian army in Russh^ Poland, Germany, and France ; and with the Austrian army in Italy. 

a Miyor Soad tsrved to the 17tb Lt. Dn. at the ttkinc of A^Jw to Cuteh to 1816 1 atao thraugtaoQt the Makntta euBiMlffa 
of iai7 mad 18. He vat petmai wUh the lltb Lb Drt. at Ih* licge uid eaptwre of Bhartpore to 18IS-8. Aeconpantad the 
iaio A^fhaBlitMi «llb Cba Um» nadtf^ir Oco, PoUoek, sDd was pimnt at tbm flpretog of the Khjrbtr Paaa, and 
It to tha advanee of tha aimy oa Calml i alio oominamUid the Bear Guard oa thiee dlflhreat ocieaaiana,— 
at Teseco and JntdaUuek, aad lafeljr covered and protedcd the whole at the bafgage of the anay, not* 
wtthsciDdiai the repeated attack* of the eDcny. 

7 Dr. Mouat served In the Burmese war. 

8 Quarter>Master Betson served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1885 and 80. 

141 * p 



Ib emy 



'fu^'i^] I6ih (TheQueen's) Regt o f Light P rog. (J^ru^eTB)l^i^VS.^ 1 

' TALAVERA"— " FUENTE8 D'ONOR'*— " SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— « NIVE" 
" PENINSULA" — " WATERLOO" — " BHURTPORE" — " AFFGHANISTAN"— 
"GHUZNEE." 



fear<'8en-. 



Pull 
Pay. 


Half 
Pay. 


38 





30 





28 





20 


3A 



10 





24 





10 





17 





18 





16 





14 





11 





12 





10 





16 





15 





12 





11 





10 





10 





10 











8 





8 





8 





7 





7 





6 





5 





5 





3 





5 





6 





6 





4 





2 





2 





I 





39 





b 





8 





38 





8 





8 












CciUmeL 

9 S2ft Sir John Ormsby Vandeleur,* GCB. Em, 29 Dec. 1781 ; Licui, 21 July, 

83 ; Capt. 7 Mar. 92 ; MqjoTy 1 Mar. 94 ; Lieut.'CoL 1 Jan. 08 ; Col. 25 Apr. 

1808; Mqjor-Oen. 4 June, 11 ; Luut.-Oen, 19 July, 21 ; Oen, 28 June 38; 

CoL 16th Lancers 18 June 30. 

Lieut,' Colonels. 
9 William Pcnse,' CB. Comety 10 Jan. 06 ; Lieut. p27 Not. 06 ; Capt. 23 Jan. 

12 ; Mqjor, 26 May, 22 : Lieut.-CoL p6 Dec. 33. 
9 Charles Robert Cureton/ ^n*. 24 Feb. 14 ; Lieut. 27 June, 16; Capt. ^12 Nov. 

25; Major, v6 Dec. 33; Brevet-Lt.-Col.^S July, dO-, Lieut. Col. 21 Aug.:)D. 
Mqjort. — George James Mouat M'Dowell,* Comet, p4 April, 16 ; Lieut. ^4 Dec. 17 ; 

Capt. P 14 No?. 27 ; Mq)or, p4 Aug. 37 ; Brevet- Lieut. -Col. 23 July, 39. 
John Rowland 8myth,« Comet, p5 July, 21 ; Lieut. P26 May, 26;'Cflpf. P22 

April, 26 ; 3f^or, P 17 Aug. 41. 



Captains. 
Thos. Hooke Pearson^... 

George Mansel 

Edw. Baker Bere 

G. O^Ualloran Gayin. . . . 

Lawrence Fyler 

Pinson Bonham 

William Wilmer 

Robert Algernon Smith . . 
Charles Wm. Reynolds.. 

Lieutenants. 
Edward James Pratt. . . . 

Francis Thos. Mcik 

USA Wm. Webster, R. M.'^ 

Richard Pattinson 

Wm. Petrie Waugh 

Geo. Thos, W. Pipon .... 

George Harriott 

Thomas Pattle, s 

Rob. Abercromby Yule . . 

D. H. Mac Kinnon 

Charles John Foster .... 

John Percy Smith 

Henry Doni. Swetenham 

Tho. Folliott Powell 

J. Ross O'Conor 

Patrick Dynon 

Arthur Need 

John Uallowell Carew . . 

CORHETS. 

Henry Lee 

Dottin Maycock 

Edw. B. Cureton 

Wm. Knox Orme 

James Thomson Waller 

William Morris 

George Anthony Foster. . 



CORNET. 



P14 Mar. 25 
7 Sept. 20 
P 13 Aug. 25 
P13 Nov. 27 
P 7 Sept. 20 
P 10 Jan. 28 
p 15 June 30 
P 6 July 33 
P29 June 32 

14 Feb. 28 
P 1 Nov. 28 
P 14 Oct. 29 
P 16 Nov. 32 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P 10 Jan. 34 
Pll Apr. 34 
P 13 June 34 
P 3 July 35 
P 1 July 36 
P 8 Apr. 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 3 Feb. 37 
P27 May 37 
P23 Mar. 38 

29 May 39 
P 13 Oct. 39 
Pll June 41 



P 12 Oct. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 
21 June 39 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P 17 June 42 
P 18 June 42 
P24Mar.43 



LIEUT. 



P 1 Aug. 20 
P 1 Dec. 25 
P29 Aug. 26 
P 14 Oct. 29 
PIO July28 
P25 June30 

11 Apr. 33 
P22 Nov. 30 

27 Mar. 34 

P20Jan. 32 
P 4 May 32 

25 Sept. 32 
P18 Apr. 34 
P29 May 35 
P 3 July 35 
P 8 July 36 
P23 Dec. 36 
P26 May 37 
P23 Mar. 38 

21 Dec. 38 

21 Aug. 39 
P 13 Oct, 39 
P 16 April 41 
P 3 June 42 

16 June 42 
P 17 June 42 
P 7 July 43 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 16 Aug. 31 
P 6 Aug. 29 
P 6 Dec. 33 
P26 May 37 
P 7 Feb. 34 
P23 Mar. 38 
P3l Dec. 39 
P13 Dec. 39 
P 16 April 41 



4 Ll>Co1. CarHoa wf t c ^ tai tV 
PminsuU rrooi 1809 to Um tmd of lAf 
war, ioeludinf tbc baCttea of TaUvm. 
BuMeOk aod FucotM iTOiMr t nrt^ 
or Badafoa, April ISIS, tettlr e4 
SAUauae*. captarv of MMlrld, b*t- 
tlM or VittoHa, Orthn, Thitei, Md 
ToulouM ( wounded la tb* right >'t 
by • rifle ball In eroaciaf cbv M.a. 
drffO,nrar Cohnbra, l«l Oct. ISIO i rr- 
crivcd a Mvcrc aabre cut on tbe bead 
(tkuU ItaetuKd), and anocher ue trt^ 
left hand at Pumln d'Onor, 5th Mar. 
1811. Serred alM at tiic aUgt ud 
capture of Bhgrtpoiw. 

6 Ll-CoI. M'Dowrll wrrvd at the 
•lege and eaptara of Bhurtporr. 

6 Major Smyth •erred »lth i>« 
aegt at the •t(>ge of Bhurtpere. untu r 
Lord Cotabrmere. 

7 Capt. Peanon aenred at d«e m*tgr 
of Bburtpoie, and was a volumwr 
for th« dUnoualcd eaealiy 
party. 



10 Lieut. Webfter lerred at Watettoo ea the ITA a»i 
\Mh June t alto at the tlcge and capture of Bhatpow . 
recelred a sabre cut on the rifbt band la aa aflhtr •!.•» 
the enemy In tnmt of Bhnrtpore. 10th Dee. IIS&. 

11 Paymaster William* serred the canpatfa of !"•• 
In Uoilaad t serred also at the alcge aad aaplan uf 
Bhurtpon In 18S& aad A. 



Payrim^.— W.WilIiam»,»2Sept.24; Conuff jr^<&'M6Mar.05; Lieut. 12 VtbA^V. 

A^jutant.^Lieut. Patrick Dynon, 12 Dec. 39. 

QiMtr^^f^ilfiMf^.— George Roswr, 23 Sept. 36 ; Ens. 20 Aug. 36. 

Surgeon. — Backshall Lane Sandham, 28 July 20; Aeeist.-Surg. 12 Not. 07 ; 

Hoep.'Auist. 22 Sept. 06. 
A$riet,'Surffi.—UenTy Pillcau, 22 Jan. 36. 

Samuel Currie, M.D. 14 Oct. 36. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — Richard J. G. Hurford, 17 July, 36. 

Scarlet — Facingt Blue. — Agents, Messra. Cox & Co. 

I Sir Joha Vaadelevr aerred oa the Continent under the Duke of York, fai 1704 aad 9ft, lacladlac the batCica oTlW td tm* 
Rth May, aad lat June, besides several minor aflklrs. Commanded a brlfade of Cavalry la ladla. aader L«rd Lathe. a»t 
ras p reseat at th« battles of LeewafTCOt Potty char, aad Afaulffhnr t aad the slcfee of Agra and Bhartpora. 
•rit*de la the eampaifas of 1811, 11, II, 14. aad IS, aad «a« prescat at the stage of CIndad Rodrlfn (woaadod 
lis d(Tlai«B tn Iha braach), aad battle* of Halamaaea. Vltteria. Nlee, aad Waterloo, Ibr which he hat leeeived 

1 Lieab*Col. Pttaso aerred la the Peaiaaala Pram 1000 to the end of the war. aad was seeerrty waaaded by a < 
■ theaetloBafitelOihDce. IMS* acar Baroaae t Mrredal New Orleawi bIm at the iiege aadiifftiii ef I 




S'arSSSSl] nth Reffiment of Light Dragoam. ^Lancers.) 143 



Yean'Senr. 



Full 
P.7. 



24 



24 



Half 
Pay. 



2 

2 
1 
1 
1 

30 

5 
13 
33 

9 
18 



1* 



9 





9 





10 





8 





8 





5 





5 





6 





6 





4 





4 





3 





2 





2 















h 






On the Standards or Guidons, <' Death's Head," with the Motto, " Or Glory,*' 



Colonel, 

His Boyal Highness, Prince George W. F. C. of Cambridge, KG. Colonel^ 
3 Not. 37 ; Colonel of the 17th Lancers, 25 April, 42. 

IAeut,'Coloneh 

Matthew C. D. St. Qulntln, 2fu2 Lieui, P29 June, 20; Lieui, p8 Jan. 24; Capi- 
P9 Nov. 26; ilf<yor, p16 April, 37; Lieid.-Col. p31 Dec. 39. 

Mqjor, 

John Lawrenson, Comet, 12 Nov. 18; Lieut. pO Dec. 21 ; Capt. P27 Aug. 25 
Brevet'Mqjor, 28 June 38; BegtL-MqjW SI Dec. 39. 



♦ . • • 



Captains. 
John Roger Palmer .... 
John Bourryan Broadley 
Francis Bunlett . . 
John Davy Brett ..... 
Aug. Saltren Willett . . . 
Edward Calvert Scobell 
Lieutenants. 

Thomas Lindsay 

Heury Robert Boucherett 
Abraham Hamilton .... 
Henry Roxby Benson . . 
Charles Wm. Miles .... 
Henry Cavendish Taylor 

Alfred Crawshay 

Thomas Lyon 

Cornets. 
Samuel Le Hunt Hobson 
Norman Mitchell Junes 
Edw.C.AmemanHaworth 
John Filmer Blathwayt 
Richard DonglasHay Lane 



cornet. 



P 7 Aug. 35 
P 6 Nov. 36 
P 18 Apr. 34 
P 4 Mar. 3() 
P 9 Dec. 36 
P 1 Mar. 39 

4 Jan. 39 
P 27 July 38 
P -1 Nov. 39 
P 31 Jan. 40 
p 4 Sept. 40 
p21 May 41 
P 18 Mar. 42 
P 22 April 42 

P 14 June 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 31 Mar. 43 
P 21 Apr. 43 
P 10 Nov. 43 



LIEUT. 



P 18 Mar. 
P 15 Apr. 
P 14 Apr. 
P 1 Mar. 
P31 Dec. 



37 
37 
37 
39 
39 



P 4 Sept. 40 

3 Sept. 40 
Pl6Apra41 
P21 May 41 
P 15 April 42 
P 14 June 42 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 14 Apr. 43 
P 10 Nov. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Sept. 40 
PIG April 41 
P21 Mav 41 
P 15 April 42 
P 14 June 42 
P 14 April 43 



BREVKT- 
MAJOR. 



Paymaster, — George Chandler,* 25 Sept. 28; Sns. k Adj. 25 Feb. 11 ; Lieut^ 
26 Mareh, 12; Capt. 25 March, 14. 

Acytftaat. — ZietU. Thomas Lindsay, 8 Feb. 89. 

Quarter-Master.^WUliBm Hall, 10 May, 31. 

Surgeon.'^Bdwaxd Pilkington, 30 Aug. 27; Assist.-Surg. 16 May. 11. 

Asnst.'Surgeon. — George Anderson, 12 June, 35. 

Veterinary Surgeon, — John WiUunson, 27 April, 26. 

Blue — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Betumedfrom the East Indies, May, 1823.] 

1 Capt. Chandler's lenrlcet :— Campaign of 1 790 In Holland, Including the actlona of the 2nd and 6th Oct. • 
tlege of Malta, and surrender of La VaJetta ; battle of Maida ; expedition to Egypt in 1807 ; Ionian Islands 
in leoog and siege and capture of Santa Maura in 1610 j wounded before Rosetta in 1807. 



Tean'Serv. 

Pull Half 
Pay. Pay. 



67 



88 

83 
31 
32 

22 
36 
33 
30 
30 
29 
27 
24 
26 
23 
26 
41 







4 





ft 

2H 






22 


« 


21 





21 





20 


3ft 


20 





20 





10 





19 


14ft 


19 





19 





18 





21 


3ft 


17 





10 






1st (or Grenadier^ Regiment of Foot Guards. 144 

"UNCELLE8"— '^CORtnWf A"—^* BABR08A"—" PENIKSULA"— ^ WATSBLOO." 

Colonel* 
9 SjB Arthur, Duke qf Wellington/ KG. GCB. it QCH. Btu, 7 Harob, 87: 
Lieut. 25 Dec. 87 ; Capt. 30 June, 91 ; M^jar^ 30 April, 93; Lieut, -Col. SO 
Sept. 93; Col. 3 May, 96; Mqfar^Oen, 29 April, 1802; Umtt.'GerL 25 
April, 08; Oen,{\n Spain and Portugal) 31 July, 11 ; Field Manhat, 21Jime, 
13 ; Col. Grenadier GuardB, 22 Jan. 27. 

Lieut.-Colonel, 

1 9 Tamer Grant,' J?f».P 13 June, 05; Lt.8cCapt.v20Veh,U*, Copi.StLt.'Col. 

26Dec.l6;l/r.-Co2.10Jan.37;3f<{;.&Co2.Pl7Feb.37;X^-C;9/.P118ept40. 

Mqjors. 
3 9 (BB Edward Clive,' Bus. p4 July, 11 ; Lieut, k Capt, 26 Dec. 13 ; Xieitf.- 
Col, P 10 Sept. 26 ; Mqjor k Colonel, p16 Hay, 40. 

2 John Home, .Sim. p 19 Jan. 13; Lieut, k Capt. P30 June, 16; Capt, k Lieut.'- 
Col. P 10 May, 27 ; Major k Col. p 11 Sept. 40. 

2 9 Q8i Charlee F. Rowley Lascelles,^ Ent. PlO Sept. 12; Lieut, k Capt, 9 
June, 14 ; Capt. k Lteut.-Col. p 21 Feb. 28 ; Col. 23 Not. 41; Mqior k CW. 
4 July 43. 

Captains and Lieut.'ColoneU. 

1 HenryRobertFefguson,Cam«f,Pl8March,18;Xi«tf^. P26Feb.l9; Oapt.^i^ 

Sept. 22 ; Mqjor, P 19 Dec. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. P 8 May, 28 ; Col. 28 Not. 41. 

2 9 m Lonsdale Boldero,^ Ene. 16 Sept 09 ; Lieut, k Capt. ^ Oct. 13; Copt. 

k Lieut.'Col. 22 July, 30. 

3 Sir Ord John Honyman,* Bar^ Comet, 12 Dec, 11 ; Lieut, k Capt, 4 Joly^ 

16 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P28 Sept. 30. 

1 Godfrey Thornton, Ene. p20 Jan. 14; Lieut, k Capt, Pll Oct 21 ; Capt. k 

Lieut.'Col. P3 Dec. 30. 

2 Henry WUliam Barnard, Ens, 9 June, 14; Capt. P 16 Aug. 22; Capt, k Lieut.* 

Col. P17 May, 81. 

1 Philip Spencer Stanhope, Ens. 30 March, 16 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 17 July, 29 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 16 March, 32. 

2 William Greenwood, ^ii#. k Lieut. 18 April, 16; Lieut, k Capt. 9 18 Nor. 24 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p9 May, 34. 
1 John Julius Wm. Angerstein, Ens. k Lieut. P9 April, 18; JAeui. k Capt. p2 

April, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 12 Sept. 34. 
1 Sir John Montague Burgoyne, Bt. Ens. 17 Oct. 16 ; Ens, k Lieut. I Oct 18 ; 

Lieut, k Capt. p28 April, 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p6 June, 36. 

3 George William "Ryree, Ens. k Lieut, P3Dec.l8; Lieut.kCapt. P26May,85; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 1 July, 36. 

1 William Fludyer, Ens.^ Dec. 19; Ens. k Lieut. P26 Oct 21; Lieut.kCapt. 

p7 July, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut. -Col. p 2 Dec. 36. 

2 9 Philip Joshua Perceval,^ 2fid Lieut. Royal Marines, 2 July, 03; \st Lieut. 

16 Aug. 06; Ens. Grenadier Guards, 11 June, 11; Lieut, k Capt. 10 
March, 14; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 10 Jan. 37. 

2 Jas. Robertson Craufurd, Ens. 14 June, 21; Ens. k Lieut. P20 Aiig.2S; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 19 Sept 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P18 Feb. 37. 

3 Fred. Clinton, Ens. k Lieut, p 19 Nov. 23 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 10 May,27 ; Capt. 

k Lieut.'Col. p 12 Jan. 38. 
3 Richard Wm. Astell, Ens. k Lieut. P20 Not. 23; Lieut, k Capt. P13 Sept. 

27 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 7 July, 38. 
I Thomas Wood, Comet,vi6 Nor. 20 : Lieut. P12 June23; Ciip^P25 Jii]ie25; 

Brev.'Mqf, 28 June 38 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col, p28 June, 39. 
3 Geoige M<Kinnon, 2nd Lieut. 29 June, 24; Ens. k Lieut. P 4 Nov. 24; Lieut. 

k Capt, P 21 Feb. 28 ; Capt. k Zi0u#.-Co2. p 24 April, 40. 

1 Charles Bagot, 2nd Lieut. 6 Aug. 24 ; Ens. k Lieut. 24 Feb. 26; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 30 Dec. 28 ; Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 16 May, 40. 

2 Sir Geo. Aug. Fred. Houstoun, Bart., Ens. k Lieut. p2 Apr. 26; Lieut, k 

Capt. Pll June, 30 ; Capt.k Lieut.-Col. p 12 June, 40. 

2 9 Ernest Frederic Gascoigne,* Ens, 2 May, 11 ; lAeut. 13 May, 13; Capt. 

6 July, 16 ; Mt^or, p 10 May, 26 ; Lieut.-Col. p 3 June, 28 ; CoL 23 Not. 41 . 
1 Hon. Charles James Fox Stanley, Ens. ^ Lieut, p 27 Apr. 26 ; Xieii^. k Copt. 

P 18 June 30 ; Capt. k Lieut.'Col. P30 Oct 40. 
S John Dixon, ^ii#. Ac Zmu^ PlODec.26i Zt«tf^. Ac Cap^. Pi Dec 30; Capt. 

k Lieut.-Col. P18 May, 41. 

3 William Thornton, Ens. k Lieut. p8 Apr. 26; Lieut, k Capt. P3 Dec. SO; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 8 June 41. 
3 Lord William Thynne, Ens. p 17 Aug. 20; Lieut. p6 June, 22 ; Capt. 84 Feb. 

25; Afq/or, P31 Aug. 30; Lieut.-Col. P^l Aug. 38. 
Bon. Francis GrosTenor Hood, Ens. k Lieut. P30 Apr. 27 ; Xieii^. k Copt. 

P31 Dec. 30; Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p31 Dec. 41. 
8 Charles WUliam Ridley, .5^. k Lieut, p 21 Feb. 28 ; Umt. k Capt. pU 



Years' 8erv. 



PnU Half 



1 16 
18 
19 
15 
14 
15 
14 
14 
14 
18 
IS 
17 
13 
18 

t 13 

12 

18 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

10 

10 

9 

9 

9 

14 

9 

6 

8 

7 

7 

7 

18 
7 
7 
6 

6 
6 
7 
5 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 

3 
3 
2 

S 
8 
6 
2 
2 
I 4 













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o 
o 
o 
o 




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Igt (or Orenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards. 14f5 



LZBUTS. AXD CAFTAZirS. 



Hon. Aug. Fred. Foley 

Charles Stuart 

Henry Penleaze 

Edward Birch Reynardson 

Hon, Robert Bruce, 8 

John Spottiswoode • . . . 

Joseph Henry Hudson . . . • 

Percy Aug. Evans Freke 

Hon, Wm. Leicester 

2 Charles Algernon Lewis 

3 James Walker Dmmmond 

2 Robert Blenkinsop Coulson 

1 Frederick Wm. Hamilton. . . ; 

Hon. James Lindsay 

Arthur Wm. PitzRoy Somerset, s, . 

Henry Cartwright 

Augustus Cox, f • . • 

2 Hon. Geo. Cadogan 

3 Henry Qeo. Conroy, s 

2 Hugh Andrew Robert Mitchell ... 
1 Jolm Home Purres •.••.••...•.. 

Edward Gk)ulbiim . . • • 

Frederick Wm. Allix 

Hon. Alex. Gordon 

Henry Torrens D'Aguilar 

3 Robert Carendish Spencer Clifford . 
3 John Arthur Lambert . . . . , 

1 Henrey Hopwood ....••• 

2 John Augustus Udny,Afaj0r. 28 Nor. 41. 

1 Hon. Henry Hugh Manvers Percy . . 

2 Richard Henry Glynn 

2 John Temple West 

1 Hon. Henry Townshend Forester . . 

2 George Grey Rous 

1 Studholme Brownrigg, s. 

3 Robert Peel Dawson, s. 

2 Edward G. Wynyaid 

2 Edward William Pakenham, i 

Ensigns and Lieuts. 

2 Harry Brereton Trelawny 

2 Hon. Richard W. Penn Curzon .... 
2 Henry Buckworth Powell 

2 Sandford Graham 

3 James Townsend Oswald . • • . • 

1 John Reeve • 

3 Hon. Mortimer West 

1 Charles Balfour 

J. G. H. Fuc. Stopford 

Ralph Bradford 

Michael Bruce 

John Rolle, VUc. Hinton 

Cha. Lennox Brownlow Maitland . . 

3 Lord Arthur Hay,«. 

1 Henry Edward Montresor 

1 Henry Wm. George, Lord Paget • . 
3 His Serene Highness, Prince William 

Augustus Edward of Saxe Weimar 
3 Sir Coutts Lindsay, Bart 

1 Wm. Drogo, Lord Kimbolton 

3 Hon. Henry Aldworth Nerilld .... 

2 Campbell Munro 

2 Jas. Fred. Dudley Crichton Stuart . . 

3 Richard Lloyd • % 

3 Hon. Egremont William Lascelles. . 

1 George Stephens Gough 

1 J7ofi.FroderickJ6hiLFltiRoy 



oca. 2d lt. 
oa XBBXojr. 



V 30 Dec. 26 
P 23 June 25 
P 6 Not. 29 

P12M^.'29 



P 13 Oct. 26 
16 Nov.' 27 



p 
p 
p 
p 
p 
p 
t% 
p 
p 
p 
p 
p 



21 Sept. 30 



P20July 32 
r2^ay"37 

22 Sept. 37 
11 Jan.' 39 



16 Dec. 40 

1 June 41 
3 Dec. 41 

........ 

P26Jttly SO 

16 Aug. 42 
P 18 Sept. 40 



UKUT. 



30 Dec. 28 

31 Dec. 28 

20 May 26 
12 June 30 
18 June 30 
89 June 80 
* 6 July 30 

28 Sept. 30 

3 Dec. 30 
16 Aug. 26 
31 May 31 
14 June 31 

12 July 31 
16 Mar. 32 
18 May 32 

26 July 32 

27 July 32 

22 Feb. 33 

21 June 33 

4 Oct. 83 

29 Nov. 33 
27 Dec. 33 
18 Apr. 34 

2 May 34 
29 May 36 

6 June 36 
10 July 36 
24 July 36 

13 Not. 36 

1 July 36 

2 Dec. 36 
18 Feb. 37 

23 Feb. 37 

24 Feb. 37 
9 May 36 

8 Aug. 37 

9 Jan. 38 
12 Jan. 38 



UaUT. AMU 
OAPTAXV. 



P 13 July 38 
P 14 July 38 
P 28 June 39 
P 30 Aug. 39 
P 6 Dec. 89 
P 1 May 40 
P 12 June 40 
P 14 Aug. 40 
P 11 Sept.40 
P30 0ct. 40 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P29 Dec. 40 
P 9AprU41 
P 30 April 41 
P18 May 41 
P21 May 41 

P 8 June 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
P21 Jan. 42 
P 2 Sept. 42 
P 3Sept 42 
P 26 Oct. 42 
16 April 42 
P23Noy. 42 
P24Mar.43 
P 14 July 43 



P 16 Mar. 
P 26 July 32 
P 12 Feb. 30 
P 12 Oct. 32 
P 22 Feb. 38 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 29 Nov. 33 
P 27 Dec. 33 
P 12 Sept. 34 
P 12 Apr. 38 
P 1 July 9$ 
P29 July 36 
1 Dec. 36 
P 2 Dec. 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 2 June 37 
P 8 Aug. 37 
P 9 Jan. 38 
P 12 Jan. 38 
P 7 July 38 
P 13 July 38 
P 14 July 38 
P 24 Apr. 40 
P 16 May 40 
P 12 June 40 
P 14 Aug. 40 
Pll Sept.40 
P30 0ct. 40 

16 Dec. 40 
P29Dec. 40 

9 April 41 
P 16 April 41 
P 18 May 41 
P 8 June 41 
P29 Dec. 40 
P 2 Sept. 42 
P 26 Oct. 42 
P 14 July 43 



146 



\st (or Cfrenadier) Regiment of Foot Gvarch* 



Y6M' SCM. 


Pull 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


Id 





1:2 





9 





29 





15 





14 





31 





20 





19 





20 


A 








8 










AcffntanU, 

1. Capt, F. W. Hamilton, 22 July, 30. 

2. CapL Han. J. Lindsay, 23 March, 38. 

3. Capt, John Arthur Lambert, 24 March, 43. 

Quarter-Masterg, 

2 QSI John Payne, 31 Aug. 15. 
1 Richard France, 24 Dec. 29. 

3 John Lilley, 8 June, 30. 

Surgean'Mqjor, 
James Johnson, 17 Apr. 40; Surgeon, 13 March, 28 ; AaisL-Sfurg. 25 July, 19^ 

JB^xtialian^Surgeon, 

1 Jas. Dennis Wright, 11 May, 32 ; Assist^-Surg, 11 Nor. 24. 

2 Qeo. Brown, 20 June, 40 ; A$st,-Surg. 12 Jan. 20 ; IIosp.- Assist, 21 April, 25. 

Assistant-Surgeons, 

1 Fra. Cornelius Huthwaite, 10 Nov. 25 ; Hosp,- Assist, 10 Nor. 23. 

2 George Eleazar Blenkins, 13 April, 38. 

3 Thomas Graham Balfour, M.D. 29 Apr. 30. 

^2ici/or.— John Parldnsen, 19 July, 31. 

1st Battalion returned /rom Portugalf 1828. 
2d Battalion retumedfrom Canada, Oct, 1842. 
3d Battalion retumedfrom France, Nov. 1818. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 



War OJUt, nth Jmiy, I8IS. 
Tna Panroi Rianrr, m a mark of Hli Rojal Approbatloa of the dlilingutohed gailantrj of tbe Brifttd* 
of Poot Ouarda in the Victory of Waterloo, haa been pieax^i io tbe name and on the behalf of Hit M^eety, 
to approve of all the Ensigni of the Three Regiments of Poot Guards harlng the Rank of Ueutonants, and 
that saeh Rank shall be attached to all the future Appointmenu to Ensignciea In the Foot Guards^ in the 
same manner as the Lieutenants in thos^legimonts obtafai the Rank of Captain. 

His Royal Highness has also been pleased to approre of the First Regiment of Foot Guards befog made a 
Regiment of Grenadiers, and styled ** The First, or Qrtnadier Regitnent of Foot Guard*,** In commemo- 
rmtion of their haying defeated the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guards upon this memorable oceasioa. 



I The Dake of Wellington baa reeeired a cross and nine clasps for Rolela andTlmlera, Talavera, Busaeo, 
Fuentes d'Onor, Ciiidad Rodrigo, BiidiUoi, Salamanca, Tittorla, Pymieos, Nirelle, Hire, Orthes, and Toulooae. 
To sketch an outline of the pre-eminent serriees of tlie greatest loldier of the age, would flur siceod the 
Ilmlu of this work. 

% Col. Grant served Sir John Moore's campaign Id 1800, Including the battle of Coraona. Ezpedltioa to 
Walcheren. Peninsular Campaigns of 181 S, 18, and U. 

8 Col. Clive served In the Peninsula In 181^ Alao the campaign of 1810, including the battles of Qnatiw 
BrM and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. 

4 Colonel Lascellet serred in the Peninsula in 1814. Alao the campaign of 1815, including the battles of 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. 

Lieut.-Col. Boldero serred at Cadis in 1810 and 11 ; In the Peninsula in 1819 and 18 ; and in HoOaad !■ 
1814. Was A^lutaat at the battlet of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the taking of Peronne. 

6 Sir Old Honjmaa senred the campaign of 1814 In Holland, and was present at the bombanlment of 
Antwerp, and storming of BergenM)p-Zoom, where he commanded the leading sub-dirbion of the storvti^ 
party of the Grenadier Guarde. 

7 Lleut.-CoL Pereetal served In the Pealasola In 1818 and 14, and waa sererely wounded atBayonaey 14th 
April, 1814. 

8 Colonel Gaaoolgne served In the Peninsula fh»m July 1818 to May 1814, Including tbe passage of tho 
Didassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Beyonne. Served afterwards In the Ameri- 
can war, and wia praiaot at the battle of Bladansboif and ca|»tuni of Wsahiagtoo, wheia he was loveRly 
woaaded. 



Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 

<* LINCELLES."--The Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT"— «TA LA VERA"- 
" BARROSA"— « PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



147- 



VcAn'Serr 



46 



Pal] 
Pay. 



38 



36 
36 



33 
31 
27 
24 
24 
22 
21 
21 
20 
20 
19 
21 
19 
21 
10 
19 



Half 
Pay. 











2A 


1 














Colonel, 

Hit Boyal Highneu A. F. Duke of Cambridge, KG. GCB. GCMG. OCH. 
Lieut.'Gen. 24 Aug. 1798; Gen..2o Sept. 03; Field-Marshal, 26 Nov. 13; 
Colonel, Coldstream Guards^ 5 Sept. 05. 

Lieut.-Coloneh 

9 Wi Wm. Lovelace Walton,* fVu. p8 May, 0(3; Lieut, & Capt, 7 Mar. 11 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.'CoL p20 Feb. 23; Mtgor k Col, 10 Jan. 37 ; Lieut. - Col. 
P31 Dec. 39. 

Mqjors. 

1 9 Charles Angnstus Shawe,* Em. p 26 May, 08 ; Lieut. & Capt. p 23 April, 

12; Capt. & Lieut.'Col.v2S April, 25 ; Mq^or k Col. p8 Aug. 37. 
1 9 ^^ Charles Anthony Ferdinand Bentinck,^ Ens. 16 Nov. 08 ; Lieut, k 
Capt. 24 Sept. 12; Brevet-Mqjor, 18 June, 15; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 27 



May, 25 , 



Col. 28 June, 38; M({jor, PdO May, 43. 



Captains k Lieut. ^Colonels. 

2 9 Thos. Chaplin,* J^ftf. P 18 April, 11 ; Lieut, k Capt. 6 Oct. 14 ; Lieut.-Col. 

P 15 Aug. 20 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
2 Henry John Wm. Bentinck, Ens. 25 Mar. 13 ; Lieut, k Capt. 18 Jan. 20 ; Capt. 

k Lieut.'Col. P 16 May, 29 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
1 Wm. Henry Cornwall, JStu. k Lieut. 10 Aug. 15; Li£ut. k Capt. p6 Nov. 24 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 10 Feb. 32. 

1 Brinckman Brinckman, Ens. k Lieut. Pll Sept. 17; Lieut, k Capt. P28 

April, 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col, P 20 April, 32. 

2 Chas. Murray Hay, Ens. P 20 April, 20 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 1 Nov. 21 ; Lieut, k 

Capt. P24 Dec. 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 22 June, 32. 
2 Wm. John Codrington, Ens. P22 Feb. 21 ; Ens. k Lieut. p24 April, 23; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 20 July, 26; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 8 July, 36. 
2 Ely Duodecimus Wigram, Eru. k Lieut, p 29 May, 23 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 1 

Aug. 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 13 Jan. 37. 
2 Wm. Stewart Balfour, Ens. p8 Feb. 21 ; Lieut. P12 May, 25; Capt. p17 

June, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 24 Feb. 37.' ^ 
2 Hon. James Hope, Ens. k Lieut, p 8 April, 24 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 30 Dec. 26 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 8 Aug. 37. 
, 1 Geo. Knox, Comet, P 15 May, 23 ; Lieut, p 15 June, 25 ; Capt. p 20 May, 20 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p27 July, 38. 
1 Hon. Arthur Upton Ens. k Lieut, p 10 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, k Capt. P16 May, 20 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p31 Dec. 39. 
1 Frederick Paget, Ensign, 20 Mar. 23 ; Ens. k Lieut. 24 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, k 

Capt.v4Jnne 29; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P24 Jan. 40. 

1 Hon. Edward Bootle Wilbraham, Ens. k Lieut, p 28 April 25 ; Lieut, k Capt. 
P 13 Aug. 29; Copt, k Lieut.-Col. p 11 June 41. 

2 Hon. George Frederick Upton, Ens. r24 April, 23 ; Lieut. p29 Oct. 25; Capt. 
P12 Dec. 26; Mqjor, p16 June, 37 ; Lieut.-Col. Pl« April, 41. 

1 John Henry Pringle, Ens. k Lieut, p 24 Dec. 25; Lieut, k Capt. 15 June 30; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 13 May, 42. 
1 John Christie Clitherow, 2nd Lieut. 11 April, 25 ; Ens. k Lieut. PS April, 
26 ; Lieut, k Capt. 22 July 30 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 30 May, 43. 



1 Colonel Walton'i services :— Siege of Copenhagen In 1807 ; ciunpaigns of 1600, 1810, and the flrst part 
of 1811, in the Peninsula, Including the Passase of tho Douro, battles of Tulavera and Busaco, retreat to the 
Lines of Torres Vedras, and the subsequent advance to the Spanish frontier. Serred also in Holland, Bel- 
gium and France, from Nov. 1813 to Muv. 1818, including the battle of Waterloo. 

2 Colonel Shawe served the campaigns of 1810, 1811, and part of 1812, in the Peninsula, Including the 
battle of Busaco. Served also in Holland and Belgium from Not. 1813 to Sept. 1814, and was severely 
wounded at Bergen-op-Zoom. 

the capture of Paris. 
4 Colonel Charles Bentinck was wounded at Barrosa. 

3 Colonel Chaplin was severely wounded at St. Sebaatian. 



148 



Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards. 



Te«n' Senr. 



PuU 



18 
18 
10 
18 
18 
15 
15 
17 
14 
12 
12 
11 
11 
10 
10 
10 

15 
7 
7 
7 
10 



6 
7 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
4 
3 
5 
3 
4 
5 
8 
4 
3 
1 

18 
10 

8 
7 

94 

10 

6 
12 



Half 











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Lieutenants and Captains. 



Gk)rdon Dnunmond 

Lord Frederick Paulet 

John Forbes 

Robert Yansittart 

Charles Ash Windham 

James Loftus Elrlngton 

Henry Daniell • • • . 

Hon. Robert Edward Boyle 

Richard Samuel Hulse 

Han, Fred. Wm. C. Villiers 

1 Henry Brand 

2 James Du Pre, Earl of Caledon. • . . 
1 GeoT^e John Johnson 

1 Wm. Samuel Newton 

2 Hon, Charles Orimston • . . . 

2 Peter James Batharst 

Egerton Charles Wm. Miles Hilman 

George Augustus Vernon • . . . 

Spencer Perceyal 

Matthew Edward Tiemey 

Hon. Thonuis Vesey Dawson 

Henry Wedderbum Camming 



CORNET, 
2d LIEUT. 
OB ENSIGN. 



P20Oct. 25 



P 14 Nov. 26 



28 Nov. 34 
2 July 20 



••*.■•• 



P22 Aug. 34 



12 Jan. 38 
P 22 Aug. 37 



ENSIGN 
AND LIEUT. 



LIEUT. 

AND 

CAPTAIN. 



P 10 June 26 
11 June 26 
P 1 Aug. 26 
P 21 Sept. 26 
P30Dec. 26 
P 4 June 20 
P 13 Aug. 20 
P 16 July 20 
P 21 Sept. 30 
P 10 Feb. 32 
P 20 April 32 
P31 May 33 
P 15 Nov. 33 
P 5 Dec. 34 
6 Dec. 34 
P 27 Mar. 35 
P24April35 
P 12 Apr. 31 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P 10 Mar. 37 
Pll Aug. 37 
P 16 Mar. 38 



11 Jan. 30 
P 28 July 38 
P 20 Mar. 30 
P 10 July 30 



P 7 June 30 

P 1*0 April 40 
17 May 30 

P21 Oct. 36 
30 Dec. 40 
16 July 41 



P20Ju]y 38 
P 27 July 38 

10 May 30 
P 5 July 30 
P31 Dec. 30 
P 24 Jan. 40 
P 1 May 40 
Pll Sept. 40 

25 Sept. 40 
P 5 Feb. 41 
P 23 April 41 
P 1 June 41 
Pll June 41 
P 27 Aug. 41 

25 June 41 
P 13 May 42 
P 27 Jan. 43 
P 30 May 43 



P 3 Aug. 30 
P21 Sept. 30 
P 10 Feb. 92 
26 Nov. 92 
P91 May 39 
P 5 Dec. 34 
P 27 Mar. 95 
P 23 Aug. 93 
P 21 April 97 
P 27 July 98 
P25Dec 98 
P 5 July 90 
P 10 July 90 
P31 Dec 90 
P24Jaii. 40 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 5 Feb. 41 
P 28 Dee. 98 
P 16 Oct. 41 
P 27 Jan. 43 
P90May 49 
P30 Dec. 42 



Ensigns and Lieuts. 

2 Thomas Montagu Steele, s, 

2 John Agmondisham Vesey Kirkland 

2 Chas. Henry Ellice 

2 James Richard Wigram 

1 Charles H. White 

1 Charles Lygon Cocks 

2 Poulett G. H. Somerset 

2 Geo. John Whyte Melville 

1 Jas. Cha. Murray Cowell 

2 William Vemer 

1 James Halkett, 9 

1 i9ir John Edward Harrington, Bari. 

2 Dudley Wilmot Charleton 

1 Hon, Aug. Charles Lennox Fitz Roy 

1 Charles Sedley Burdett 

2 Francis William Newdigate ..... 
2 William Charles Lyon 

1 Lionel Daniel Mac Kinnon , 

A^jytanU, 

2 Captain Lord Fred. Paulet, 25 Dec. 38. 

1 Captam Wm. Samuel Newton, 27 May, 42. 

Quarter^Magtert, 

1 William Morse, 2 June, 36. 

2 Thomas Lee, 25 July, 37. 

Surgwi^Mqjor, 

1 9 OS Wm. Hunter,? M.D. 16 Mar. 38; Surg, 4 Sept 36 ; Asnst.-Surg, 10 Feb. 1 4. 

BattaiUm-Surf/eon, 

2 Edw. Greatrez, 14 AprU, 43; A. S. 16 Not. 26 ; Hotp.-Amtt. 24 Not. 25^ 

Attistant-Surgeom. 

1 Wm. Thomas Christopher Robinson, 23 Mar. 38. 

2 James Munro, M.D. 2 Not. 32. 



^SMiet<or.~Wi]liam George Carter, 29 Jan. 24. 

Faeingt Blue — Agents^ Messrs Cos & Co. 
lit Battalion returned from France, Jtdy, 1814.] 
[%d Battalion returned from Canada 2^h Oct. 1842.] 

7 Dodor HuBler strrsd la tht Pwiliisii]i,_iad wis prtsant diuinf ths blockade of Bayoiia«» 



[! 



Scots Fusilier Guards. 



149 



-"LniOBLLES'*— Th« "Spkjnue,** with the wordi, "EGYPT'— «TALAVBIlA»—« BARROSA** 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



I 



Yran'Stnr. 



Pull 
1^7. 



39 



38 



32 



SO 
30 
30 
30 



S4 



24 



^f 



10 



23 
20 



16 



18 
18 
27 



10 



18 



Colorieh 
HiM Royal Hlghnea Francis Albert AugnutuB Charles Bmanuel, JhAe ^f 
Saxony, Pnrme of Saxe-Coburg and Ootha, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCMO. Field 
Marthdl, 8 Feb. 40 ; Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, 25 April, 42. 



Lieut.'ColcneU 
. 9 Wm. Henry Scott, > Em. 27 Oct. 06 ; Li. k Copt, 28 Mar. 1 1 ; CapU k. Lt.- 
Col, 5 July, 16 ; Brevet-Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjor k CoL p 1 1 Aug. a? ; Lieuti- 
Col. 23 Not. 41 . 

Mqfore* 
! 99S8Si WiUiam Drummond,* Bns. p20 March, 06; Zieui. k Capt. 24 Oct. 11 ; 
Brevet^MqjoTy 18 June, 15; Capt, k Lieut.'Col. P4 July, 16; Breoet-CoL 
10 Jan. 37; Mtujor k Col. p 1 Not. 39. 

QSI Berkeley Dnimmond,' Ens, 5 March, 12; Lietd. k Capt, 4 July, 16: 
Capt, k Lteut,'Col.v 21 Dec. 26 : Mq^ork Col. 23 Not. 41. 

Captains and JLieut.'-Colonels, 
A 1 9 Wifliam Thomas KnoUys,^ Ens. 9 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, k Capt. 25 Sept 17 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col, pSI Dec. 27 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
A 2 Henry Col vile, Ens. p 29 Dec. 13 ; Lt, k Capt, P 6 Not. 17 ; Capt. k Lieut.* 
CoZ. Pejuly,30. 
2 9SBL Hon. Hen. Montagu,* Ens. 21 April, 14 ; Lieut, k Capt.^ 12 June, 23; 
Capt. k Lieut,'Col, p 21 Sept. 32. 

1 Philip James Yorke, Ens, 5 May, 14 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 24 Feb. 26 : Capt. k 
Lieut. 'Col. P 7 Aug. 36. 

2 George Dixon, Ens. k Lieut. P20 Jan. 20 ; Capt. p 8 April, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.- 
Cof.P20May,86. 

1 Hon. C, Beaumont Phipps, Ens. k Lieut, p 17 Aug. 20 ; Lieut, k Capt, p IS 
Oct. 26; Capt, k Lieut,'Col. P26 May, 37. 

5j^ 1 John George Robinson, Ens. k Lieut, 23 Jan. 17 ; Lieut, k Capt, p 5 June, 27 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.'Col. P 12 Aug. 37. 

2 Patrick FitzRoy Wellesley Campbell, 2nd Lieut, 13 Jan. 26 ; Ens, k Lieut. 
P 14 July, 25 ; Lieut, k Capt, p 3 July, 29; Capt, k Lieut. -Col, p 9 Not. 38. 

1 George Morton Eden, Ens. P18 July, 22; Lieut, PlO Sept. 26; Capt, P12 
Dec. 26; M<yoryV\\ Oct. 31 ; Lieut,'Col, p20 May, 36. 

2 Brownlow Wm. Knox, Ens, 8 Jan. 24 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 13 Aug. 26; Lieut, k 
Capt. P 15 June 30; Capt. k Lieut.-Col, p 15 Not. 39. 

1 George Moncrieffe, Ens, k Lieut, p8 April, 26; Lieut, k Capt, P 6 July, 30; 
Capt, k Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40. 

1 John Taubmaa Goldie Taubman, Comet, p8 April, 26 ; Ens, k Lieut, p 10 
June, 26 ; Lieut, k Capt. v 20 July, 30; Capt. k Lieut.-Col, P14 Feb. 40. 

2 Nathaniel WaldegraTe John Branthwayt Micklethwait, Ens, k Lieut, p 12 
Oct. 26 ; Lietft. k Capt. p 31 Dec. 30 ; Capt, k Lieut.-Col. p 18 May, 41. 

1 A 2 Fred. Henry Turner. En^. k Lieut. 4 July, 15 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 26 Oct. 26 ; 

r»pt, k Lieut.-Col, 23 Nov. 41. 
2 Henry Bathursl, Ens. P 17 Not. 25 ; Lieut, p 6 Apr. 27 ; Capt, p 11 June 30 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col, Pld Jan. 43. 
2 WUliam Frederick Elriugton, Ens. k Lieut, p 14 Not. 26; Lieut, k Capt, 

P 30 Aug. 31 ; Capt, k Lieut.-Col. p 14 April, 43. 

1 Colonel Scott proceeded to the Peointula in 1806, and wae preeent at the pawage of the Douro, capture 
of Oporto, and lubieqaent retreat of Soult'i army. Wounded throng the body at Talavera, and being left 
there in hocpital, waa made prisoner by the enemy. 

S Colonel Wm. Dnimmond'i Mnricee:— Penlnaular campaigns, from 1800 to 181S, Including the battles of 
Biuaeo and Fnentes d'Onor, the retreat to the lines of Torres Tedras, and subsequent adrance from thence. 
Campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombardment of Antwerp, and storming of BeTgen*op>Zoora. 
Campaign of 1810, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Received the Brevet-ranli of Mi^or 
for his conduct at Waterloo. 

8 Cfdonel Berkeley Dmmmond's serrioes :— Campaign of 1814 In 'Holland, including the storming of 
Bergen-op^Zoom. Campaign of 1816, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

4 Cohmel Knollys serred In the South of France, from 8ch March, 1814, to the end of the war ; was 
present at the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the Sortie, on which occasion Sir Henry SulUran and 
ton oAeert of the Ooards were killed or died of their wounds. 

A Ueat.-CoL Montagu served the campaign of 181S, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

t O 



150 



Scots FtLsilier Guards, 



Yean' Svrr. 



Fuu 
Pay. 



17 

17 

17 

17 

10 

15 

18 

14 

14 

13 

14 

11 

16 

9 

9 

9 

8 

10 

8 

7 

10 

7 

7 

8 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 

5 

4 

4 

4 

4 

3 

« 

4 

3 

1 

1 

2 

2 



Hair 
Pay. 



17 

7 

n 

7 

38 
26 

21 

17 










A 








































COIiN£T, 

2d LIEUT. 

OR ENSIGN. 



3 Aug. 30 



P 20 Mar. 27 



P 1 Aug. 34 











LlEUTBNANTS^AND 

Captains. 
1 Edw. Walter Forestier Walker 

1 Charles John Jan. Hamilton . . . 

2 Francis Hugh George Seymour 

1 Dclm^ Seymour Davies 

2 Hon. Geo. A. F. Liddell 

1 Frederick Brandreth 

1 Frederick RomUly p11 July 

2 R. F. Brownlow Rushbrooke 

1 Edward Gage, (Bretet-MiO. 28 June, 86.) 

2 Hon. Alexander Nelson Hood, r. . . 

2 Robert Moorsom 

2 Arthur Edw. Onslow 

1 H&n, David Henry Murray, r 

1 James Hunter Blair 

2 Charles Francis Seymour 

2 WiUiam John Ridley 

2 Hon. Cliarles Grantham Scott .... 

2 Charles Tyrwhitt 

2 Edward John Stracey 

1 Charles De Salis 

1 Francis Seymour 

2 Hon. Jas. Chas. Plantagenet Murray 
1 Fred. Charles Arthur Stephenson . . 

1 Cha.Assheton Fitz-Hard. Berkeley, «. 

Ensigns and Lieutenants. 

2 Thomas Harcourt Powell 

2 J. Hamilton ElphinstoneBalrymple 

1 Francis Hastings Russell 

2 Robert Dennet Rodney 

2 Henry Percival de Bathe 

1 

1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 



26 



P 2 May 34 



P 27 May 36 



P 12 July 39 



38 



7 Oct. 42 
29 May 42 



ENSIUN 
AND LIEUT. 



P 8 Mar. 27 
P 5 June 27 
P 12 July 27 
p 13 July 27 
P 27 No?, 28 
P 4 July 29 

20 Mar. 29 
P 20 July 30 
P 26 Oct, 30 
P 30 Aug. 31 
P21 Sept. 32 
Pll Jan. 33 
P 9 Nov. 30 
P 24 April 35 
p 6 June 35 
P 19 June 35 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 26 Feb. 36 
P 3 June 36 

21 April 37 
P16 June37 
P 20 May 37 

25 July 37 
P12 Aug. 37 

P 22 Aug. 37 
p 10 Nov. 37 
p28 Aug. 38 
P 23 Nov. 88 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P 15 Nov. 30 
P 24 Jan. 40 

14 Feb. 40 
P 27 Mar. 40 

15 Dec. 40 
P 19 Feb. 41 
P 18 May 41 
P 21 May 41 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P 13 Jan. 43 
P 7 Apdl 43 
P 14 April 43 
P 29 Sept. 43 



LIEUT. 

AND 

CAPTAIN. 



P 18 Oct 31 
P 6 Jan. 32 
24 Aug: 32 
P 31 Aug. 32 
P 24 April 36 
P 5 June 36 
P 6 June 34 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P20May 36 
P 1 July 36 
P 12 Aug. 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 15 May 36 
P 9 Nov. 38 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P24May 38 
P 1 Nor. 3J> 
P15 Nov. 30 
P 14 Feb. 40 
P 21 May 41 
P 4Sept.40 
P 1 July 42 
P 13 Jan. 43 
P 14 April 43 



1 
2 



5ir Archibald Keppel Macdonald^B^. 

Lord Gerald Fitz Gerald 

Wm. Yates Peel 

George Wm. Mercer 

John George Tollemache Sinclair 

Henry Poole Hepburn 

jS(m.Hew Hamilton Haldane Duncan; p 6 July 

Francis Haygarth p 14 Feb. 40 

John WUliam Hay (.... 

Henry Green Wilkinson .... 

Hon. Edw. Keppel Wentworth Coke 
2 Hon. John Strange Jocelyn 

1 Edward John Otway 

Ai^jutanU. 

Captain D. S. Davies, 14 April, 37. 
Captain Hon. J. C. P. Murray, 31 March, 43. 
Quarter''Magters, 

2 7^ Joseph Aston,^ 9 Aug. 33. 

1 9 SSI Geoiige Copeland,' 7 April, 37. 
Surgeon' Mqjor. 

2 9 SIB Samuel Good,' 24 Feb. 37 ; Surg. 25 Dec. \^; AsMist.-Surg. 20Feb.0a 
Battdlion'Surgeim. 

1 Wm. Henry Judd, 12 July, 27; Assist.-Surg. 1 Jan. 18. 
Auistant'Surgeons. 

2 Thomas Richardson, 4 Dec. 23. 
1 John Bowling, 12 July, 27. 
Solieitor.'-WilmitT WUmer, 27 Dec. 33. 

Fadngt Blue. — Agents, Sir John Kirkland & Co. 
[\»t Battalion ensbftrhrdfor the Penituula Dec. 1806, attd returned frotn France Julg, 1614.] 
[94 Battalion embarktd for tkt Nethcrlonds Nov. 16 IS. and retunud/roin France Jan. IB 10. Served to 

Porttufolfrom Dec. I82C to Marek^ 1828. 
1 Qoarter-Haster Astno ■eived (he campaign of 1811 lo Holland, Including the bombudniMit of Antw«rp^ 
•nd •toTvalng at Berci-n-op-Zt om. Present at Quatrr Bm and Wuterloo. 

S Quxitar-Ma^ter Copeland M^rved in the Praintula, (h>m March, 1618, lo the rad of the war, incJodlaf 
the battle of Vittoria, %Wgt of San Sebastian, patsace of the BidaMoa, the Nive, and the Adour, InTestacat 
of Bajonne, and repulse of the tnrtie. Present at Quatre Brns and Waterloo. 

8 Mr. Good Mrred with the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807; proceeded vlth the army to the Penia- 
■nla in 1906, and served theiv until the end of the war, including the jmau^tfe of the Uouro, taking of OiKMrlo^ 
battles of Busaeo and Puentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badt^os, battle of Salamanca, captarc <tf 
Madrid, siege of BuigM* battle of YUtoria. siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Biilaesoa, the lfi?sv and 
the Adour, and inTestmeeC of Bayonoc. PrcMnt at Quatre BfM and Waterloo. 











1*^ ( The Royal) Regiwmt of Foot 



(f 



151 

"St Lucia."— "Egmont-op-Zee."—rA« Sphinx, with the words, " Egypt"—" Corunna"— 
" Busaco"— " Salamanca" — " Vittoria" — " St. Sebastian" — " Nive" — " Pemnsula"— 
" Niagara "—" Waterloo"—" Nagpore"— " Maheidpoor"— " Ava." 

Colonel, 
9 Thomas Lord Lynedoch/ OCB. GCMG. Lieut,-Col, 10 Feb. 17d4; Coi, 
22 July, 95; Mfgor-Om. 26 Sept. 1803; Lieut.-Gen. 26 July 10 : Gen. 19 
July 21 , Col, of the Royals, 12 Dec. 34. 

Lieut,' Colonels, 

1 Andrew Brown, Siu, 26 Oct. 20; Lieut, 17 March, 26: Capt, p5 April, 31 : 
Iftyor, P 20 May, 38; Lieut-Col, P8 June, 41. 

2 CharlesDeane,'KH. CoriKf/, 6 Sept.04; X.ieu^.P6July,06; Capt. P6£)ec. 
18; Mqjor, p 10 June, 36; Lieut,-Col. p6 Dec. 43. 

Mqjori, 
2 Richard Bennett,* JSns, 15 March, 21 ; Lieut, p 26 Aug. 23 ; Capt, p 3 Anir. 

26; Af ((/or, P 10 March, 37. -r . -o 

2 George Goodall,* £nt. p 9 Sept. 13; Lieut, P 1 Aug. 22; Capt, 18 May 32 ; 

;i/^or,P17Dec. 41. 
1 9 George Bell,* £fa, 14 Mar. 11; Lieut, 17 Feb. 14; Capt, p7 Aug. 28; 

Brevet-Major, 29 Mar. 39; Mqjor, 14 July, 43. 
1 Alexander Barry Montgomery, Ens, 25 Nov. 24 ; Lieut, 30 Oct. 26 ; Capt, 

P 16 Aug. 33 ; M<{jor, p5 Dec. 43. 



Venn' Serr. 


60 


Full 


H«ir 


l^y. 


P-j. 


24 





36 


^\ 


23 


A 


31 





26 


^ 


20 





24 





24 





20 





18 





19 





18 





18 





18 





14 





13 





14 





26 





12 





11 





20 





11 





20 





19 





11 





11 


^ 



Captains. 



Burton Da?eney, Bm.Mqf. 23 Not. 41. 

Edw. A. G. MuUer ^ 

S2A Richard Blacklin* 

Thomas Graham 

2 Henry P. Raymond 

2 Richard Going 

2 John Mayne, s 

1 Henry Alex. Kerr 

Trevor Davenport 

Francis Gregor Urquhart 

David Siritt Cooper 

John Sampson * 

1 John Money Carter 

2 Henry Richard Marindin 

2 Augustus Howard Ormsby '" 

Thomas Scott Hawkins 

Tyrrell Matthias Byrne 

Charles Curtis 

William Little Stewart 

Henry Draper Neville 



ENSIGN. 



27 April 20 

3 Feb. 20 

18 July 16 

21 May 26 
9 April 25 
9 April raO 

22 June 26 
P 17 Aug. 26 

8 Juue 30 

P 18 Nov, 31 

P 29 June 30 

29 Nov. 10 

18 May 32 

Pll Jan. 33 

29 June 24 
P 29 Mar. 33 

30 June 24 
10 Feb. 26 

P 12 April 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 



LIEUT. 



P 7 July 26 

11 Aug. 26 

13 July 20 

P 27 April 27 

P 17 May 27 

P 2 Feb. 27 

P 12 April 27 

22 Mar. 32 

P 22 Mar. 33 

P 16 Aug. 33 

P 10 May 33 

9 Dec. 13 

P 7 Aug. 36 

P 18 Mar. 36 

22 Mar. 26 
P 17 Sept. 36 

23 Mar. 26 
19 Feb. 27 
13 Jan. 37 

P 20 Jan. 37 



OAPTAIN. 



P 8 Nov. 27 

P 11 Jan. 33 

8 Aug. 33 

P 9 Aug. 33 

P 21 Mar. 34 

P 19 June 36 

P 6 Feb. 36 

P 18 Mar. Se 

P 10 Mar. 37 

P 14 April 37 

P 2 Feb. 38 

23 May 38 

P 18 Sept. 39' 

P 30 April 41 

3 Feb. 43 

P 23 June 43 

16 June 43 

14 July 43 

P 28 July 43 

P 6 Dec. 43 



I LoH Lyntdocb Mired •• a tolanlrcr ind nxtr* aidc-de-csmp to L«rrf Mal|ra«« »t Toulob in ITU. In 179^ ha joined tb« 
Aaatrlaa «rar« and iraiMntltcd lo ibii country iniclUgonc* ol kb« military and diulonatic BicnaMrra ado^ttcd b) iba conti* 
■catal gaacraifl aad priacrt. Ha waa arterwardi attached to ibe Auattiao amy of Italy, and was abut np in Mantna witb 
Ccnaral WnrmMr durinic tha int aaimant of that cily by th« French. In l/iW ba waa employed at tba reduriion orMintircai 
in Mcily : and aaa Brifcadiar Commanding tba forca at tba blockade of Malta, but waa auperafded by GcucrtI Pmot arbo ar> 
mad witb rainforcemcnu a abort tima prc*iouB tu ita •nrrander in bcpt. 180U. In 1808 ha aer«ed at aidc-Jc-camp to Sir John 
Moora on tba axpadition to Sweden, ana daring ibc arbola of tba campaifn in bpain. Commaudad a Di«iaion on tba WaU 
cberan aspadition, in ISOB. Sabaeqnanily ba aervcd in tba I*«ninanla, and Commandatl tba futce at tba deleucc ol Caiiia anil 
nc tba battle of Barreaa ; was lecond in command at tba atege and captvre of Ciudad Rodriito ; Commanded ibe left wing of tba 
Brittab army at tba battla of Vittoria t waa prcacnt in tba different aubkaquent allairai Commanded ibe arm} employed •« 
tba aiegc ana captnra of San Scbaatian, and at tbe puaage of tba Uidaaaoa. In 1814 be commanded tba Forcca tmployed in 
Holland. For bia distingniabcd aerricaa be waa laiaad to tbe Pbernge on tba 8rd May, 181^ Hia Leriabip baa recalled • 
eroaa for Barroaa, Victoria, Cindad ftodrigo, and San Sabaatian. 

% Lieat.-Col. Dcana ecrrad tbe campaign of 1889 agalnat tba Rajah of Labore. Prataiit at tba aiega* of Hattaaa and other 
fona In 1817. Served in tbe Bnrmaae war in 182b and 6. 

4 Mi^or Bennett aervcd in tbe Burmeae war, and waa made priaoucr S4tb Nov. 1825, wbcu ratninlng tick from Proma ta 
Rangaon, and taken by tba enemy to Ava. tbe capital, and after bavins experienced tba moat bnrbaraua trcalmcnt( he wan 
given up to Sir Archibald Campbell 18th Fab. 1820. Kcceived a wound over Ibe left icmple when taken. 

t Major Ooodall served tbe campaign of 1814 in Holland, inctudiug tbe action at Maraam, operations b^fera Aniwerpf 



•ad attack on BerganHMt-Zoom. where be was severely wounded 
• M^ior Bell served in the Pcninauia from July 1811 



to Aug. 1814, indndina Arrnvo de Molino, Vittoria, Pyrcneea* 7tb» 
S9th, 96th, 80th, and Slat July, 18U, Nivelle, Nive, BaTonne, Oribca, and Tonloute, bcaides a great many affairs and akir. 
aaisbea. served in tbe Bormasc war. Actively employed during tbe rabellloK in Canada, partTcnlarly at the captare af St* 
Charles, aad St. Euatache i ba afterwarda commanded the Fort and garrison of Cotaaa-du-Lac, an Important position on 
tba Frontier, and received tbe thanks of Sir John Colborne far hia esertions in recovering tbe guns and snot from tbe bottom 
of the River, and mounting them in position when it vraa reported impracticable i thr guns wera S4-p«oiiderst sixteen «f 
which and 4,000 ronnd shot ne racovarad in the depth of winter, in the very face or the rebels. 

7 Capt. Mnller aervcd iu tbe Burmese war. 

8 Capt. Blacklin. served with tbe Srd Butt. Royals at Quatra Bras ISth Junci tba retreat on the I7tb, at Watartoo on 
tba ISth. (at which last he waa wonnded) Captnra of Paris* and witb the army of occupotion In Franco iu 1814 aad 18. 
Embarked to join tbe Snd battalion in tba East ladiaa, and served with the army in tbe Dcccan the campaigns of 1817, 
UL fc lOl the pursuit of the Nagpore Rajah ; battle of Nagpore, and other minor actions and skirmishes, bervad with Sir 
John Dovcton's force in pursuit of the Pcisbwa ( the sirga ef Aaaeergbur in 1819, and commanded tba leading cumpany at th« 
asaoulc. 

9 Capt. Sampaon ecrvad tba eampaian in Tnscany. and was in the action before Genoa, and at the captnra of thai city !■ 
1814. Served in iha aspatfltlon to the Cbesapeak, and wa« in the action of Bledenshnrgb, and at tba capture of Washingtant 
94th Aug. 1814. Present in the action before Baliimara Sept. 1814. Served in V arida, and wsa in Ibe action baforn New 
Orleans 8th Jan. 18U i also at the capture of Fort Bowyer. 

10 Captain Ormabv served iu tba Burmese war from Sept. 1814 lo Jan. 1836, and was present at tba slaga and captnra of 
Aracmn. aad in tba Talack cspedition. Mentianed in Col. WaiberaU's despatch for distlaguiahad lallauttf In ncttan with> 
tba KbaJa at Si, Enatache and St. Benait, in Canada, 14ih Dec. 18V. 



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Lieutenants. 
2 Wmiam Webster 

1 Geo. Rich. Campsie 

2 ir(m.C.DawftooPlunkctt.... 

2 Frederick R. Mein 

2 Edw. Robert Wetherall .... 
2. Daniel Lysont** 

1 David Oreen 

2 John Edward Sharp 

2 Fra. L. Whitmore 

1 Arthur Caesar Hawkins .... 

2 James P. Gore 

1 Thomas James Paiker 

2 Joseph Doughty Windham 
2 Edward Stopford Claremont 

2 Alexander Gordon 

1 John M'Court, d*paym 

1 Andrew Anderson 

1 Cha. Evered Poole 

2 Arthur Newland 

1 Grenville G. Wells 

2 YilUers La Touche Hatton . . 
1 Wm Kent AUiz 

1 Cha. Edgecumbe Davenport 

2 Spencer Geo. Aug. Thursby 

1 Spencer Yansittart 

2 William Reader 



Ensigns. 

1 Geo. GwavasCarlyon 

2 Frederick Wells 

1 Frederick Carter 

1 Alexander William Gordon 

1 William John Bampfield . . 

2 Hugh Lynedoch Buton. . .. 

2 Cecil Rivers 

2 Fra.Wm. Durley Waddllove 

1 Henry Halsey 

2 Roger James Aytoun 

2 James Fleming 

1 Wm. Fortescue Scott 

1 Robert Coote 

2 Christopher Marriott 

1 Edward Chads Hancock . . 

2 Henry Allen Murray Deane 



ENSIGN. 



20 Feb. 27 

6 Nov. 12 

Pll Oct. 33 

22 Oct. 33 

» 27 June 34 

P 26 Dec. 34 

P 30 Dec. 34 

P 24 April 36 

P 7 Aug. 35 

P 6 Feb. 36 

P 6 Feb. 36 

P 18 Mar. 36 

P 10 Mar. 37 

P 9 Feb. 38 

6 April 38 

13 July 38 

P 19 Oct. 38 

P 10 May 30 

P 18 Sept. 30 

P 20 Dec. 39 

17 July 40 

28 July 40 

P 11 Sept. 40 

P 15 Dec. 40 

P30 April 41 

16 July 41 



P 7Sept.41 
12 Oct. 41 
P 17 Dec. 41 
P 11 Mar. 42 
18 Mar. 42 
P 15 Apr. 42 
P20May 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P2d June 43 
P27 May 42 
15 July 43 
P 20 July 43 
P 5 Sept. 43 
P 20 Oct, 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 



LIEUT. 



P 24 Aug. 32 

14 July 14 

P 10 Mar. 37 

P 14 April37 

P 22 Aug. 37 

P 23 Aug. 37 

P 2 Feb. 38 

P 9 Feb. 38 

10 May 3a 

P 18 Sept. 39 

P 20 Deo. 30. 

P 15 Dec. 40 

P 11 June 41 

10 July 41 

P 3 Aug. 41 

10 Sept. 41 

19 Aug. 41 

P 17 Dec. 41 

P 15 Apr. 42 

P22 Nov. 42 

P 10 Feb. 43 

P33 June4d 

14 July 43 

P 28 July 43 

P o Sept. 43 

P 5 Dec. 43 



IS Lirafe Lytong wrvtd la Canada 
the laic lamrrvcUoii, and w 
aBCBUonad la CMgocl Oorc^i 
St. Oraiib 

17 Paymarttr MitebHI 

rcgtiaeat to tbc Cape of Good Hope. Moac* 
Video, Portofal. Spaia, Sicily, llotbad* 
Plaaderi. aod Watrrloo. 

IB Lieut. Pieten(gr. Maurr) torvtd ta «k«^ 
Aoierlean war la Canada In ISU aad lA i ala» 
la tlw lata BebclUoa la CaoMla. 











Paynuutm. - | ^ • ^mun MitcheU, »^ 13 Aug. 12 ; AuUt,^Paym. 0& 

A4iuUinU.^ \ ? ^: ?; »• Wetherall, 16 Feb. 38. 
^ ^1 Xisia. Alex. Gordon, 8 Feb. 42. 

^ ^ , .. Quarter^Afasters, 

2 Charles Piet«ns,«« 26 Jniie, 36 ; JB>u. 4 Aug. 14 ; Ziarf. Sept. 19. 
1 Charles Broadley, 11 Feb. 42 ; Bnt. 3 Aug. il. 
A ^ -Tk vx Surgeons, 

^ ?'^ 2*^^'' *i^- ^i;^*^"Surff. 20 Oct. 25 ; Hoip.^Amst, 30 Nor. 20. 
I John Hutchison, 6Scpt 39 ; Astt.-Surg, 24 April, 17j Hhip.^Aitt. 28 Juncl6. 

r2 Geo. Gordon Robertson, MD. 12 Aug. 34. 
Atnitant'Suroeoni.-^ ? ^lexander Knox^ MD. 12 April, 33. 
' I 1 Luke Barron, MD.. 10 July, 40. 

v^ ' m A A ^ ^^ Thomas Patrick Matthew, 12 Dec. 43. 

lUi Baitaium smbarhMdfor Foreign Sertnce, 1 1 Aor. 39. 8orvmg at OibraUarTS^ 

at JVfl/jtf 1 ■■ 

l^Battalumembarkedfor Foreign Service, 5 JtUy, 96. Serving ai Barhadm. DopU 

g< LondondcrryS \ 

»lM\uS^'Z^^iSt^^'^ from M«fcli. 1811 to M. ISlt. Intludte. th. Om tiT f^^^W %, 



S«rT. 



fpSIfm] 2>Kf ( The Qumt's R m,al) Regi ment of Foot. [*'^S,» 

PuchaiLamb," with th« mottot ** FrUthuB virtutia mtnurr,** and " YA iwAm triumphant." The 
m'« C^A«r«UMnth«G«rter,baTiiigt]ie Crown OT«r it. Oa tlie Ortnadlen* CajM^lbe King's Crett and 
(2im-«m'i Cifpher and Crown ; and on the Drama tha Qi«ee*»'« Cypher, Tbe Sphinx, with the worda 
»YFr»— "V1MIERA"—«C0RUNNA"— "SALAMANCA" — "VITTORIA^* — ** PYRENEES"— 
VELLE "—"TOULOUSE "— " PENINSULA"—** AFF0HANI8TAN'*— ** OUU2NEE"— ** KHELaT." 

Colonel. 
V W Bt. Sm. Sir James Kempt, * GCfi.OCH., 2^. 31 Mar. 1783 ; Lieut. 
18 Aug. 84; Capt. 30 May, 94; Mqjer, 18 Sept. 94; Lieut. -Col. 28 Aug. 99 ; 
Co/. 9 March, 09 ; Mqjor-Gen. 1 Jan. 12 ; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 
23 Not. 41 ; Col. of the Qoeen'i Royals, 23 Dec. 34. 
Lieut.'Colonelt.— John Gregory Baungardt,' CB. JEm. 1 Aug. 98; Lieut. 20 
March, 01 ; Capt. 10 Jan. 10 ; MqjoTy P21 Oct. 24; Lieut.-Col. p9 June, 25 ; 
Co2. 28 June, 38. 
Redmond Wm. Brough, Ens. 10 March, 07; Lieut. 15 July, 08; Capt. PIO 

Jan. 22; Mtgor, 29 May, 35 ; Lieut.-Col. 26 Nov. 41. 
Jf<V'of«.— Itichard Camithers,' CB. Ens. 19 May, 14 ; Lieut. 25 Jan. 25 ; Capt. 

P 16 April, 29 ; Mqjor, p 19 Feb. 36 ; Brevet'IAeut.-Col. 23 July, 39. 
John Goodday Stmtt Gilland, Ens. 31 Dec. 12 ; Lieut. 19 Feb. 17 ; Capt. 20 
Aug. 31 ; Brevet'Mqjor, 13 Nov. 39 ; Majtyr, 29 May, 43. 



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Captains. 

John Carney 

$39 Mount S. H. Lloyd* 

Oliver Robinson 

JohnO'Grady* 

Peter Grehan 

Stanhope Wm. Jephson . 
Henry Wm. Stisted . . . 
Thomas W.B. Holdsworth 
Geo. Valiancy Hamilton 
James Stirling 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Reynolds. ...... 

Thomas Wingate, r. . . . 

G. H. K. A. Yonge . . . 

Godfrey Piercy 

Thomas Addison 

Henry Cole Faulkner. . . . 

Henry Piercy 

Frederick Connor 

Robert Stephenson .... 

John Henry Grant ...... 

Geo. Bdw. Alex. Tobin . . 
Demetrius W. G. James . . 
Tho. Jas. Drummond Reed 

Arthur J. Otway 

Wm. Joseph Oldham . . 
George Grant Webb .... 

John King 

Thomas Hanson Ratcliff 

Francis Oildea 

Edward Selby Smyth . . 

Ensigns. 
Edw. M. H. Mainwaring 
Henry Edward Redmond 
Richard Ormerod Potts 
Alexander Gillespie . . . 
William Wynn Kirkby . 

John Toler Sadleir 

Brooks M*Carty 

Raymond Inglls 



EN8IUN. 



20 Feb. 17 

16 Dec. 13 

5 Oct. 20 

20 Sept. 10 

P 8April26 

P26 Nov. 30 

P 4 Dec. 35 

Pl&Jan. 36 

2 Feb. 14 

PIO Jan. 28 

P 8 Oct. 25 
Pl3May 26 
P 22 Aug. 34 
P24July 35 
15 Sept. 37 
P 13 Nov. 35 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P29Sept.38 
P23Mar.38 

2 Apr. 36 
P 30 Dec. 36 
P 31 Jan. 40 

27 Mar. 40 

21 June 30 

29 May 40 

20 Mar. 40 

PIO July 40 

3 Apr. 40 
P15 Dec. 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 



28 Jan. 42 

20 May 42 

P 1 July 42 

P 16 Aug. 42 

P 20 Jan. 43 

P 2 June 42 

9 June 43 

22 Nov. 43 



LIEUT. 



P 3 Jan. 22 

2 Mar. 16 

24 Jan. 25 

22 Sept. 13 

26 Nov. 30 

P 19 Feb. 36 

P29 Sept. 38 

P 14 Dec. 38 

29 Oct. 29 

21 Aug. 31 



1 Mar. 33 
17 May 30 
29 June 37 
16 April 38 
31 Jan. 39 
P 18 May 39 

14 Nov. 39 
27 Jan. 40 

PIO July 40 

15 Dec. 40 
15 Dec. 40 

P 15 Dec. 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P 26 Feb. 41 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P28Dec. 41 
P 29 Apr. 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
6 Mar. 43 
29 May 43 



CAPTAIN. BHKY.-MAJ. 



29 May 35 

13 Sept. 35 
P 19 Feb. 36 

26 May 31 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P28 Dec. 41 
P29 Apr. 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
6 Mar. 43 

29 May 43 



13 Nov. 39 



1 sir Jamet Kcnpt aceompMiied 
Sir Balph Abcreromby upon tkc Bx- 
pcdiUoD to Holland in 1790. M aide- 
de-ounp, and «»• preicnt In all th« 
actions except that of the iOth ScpC, 
when bo was abicnt In Bniland trlth 
dtopatebea. Accompanied Slr'Balph 
to tbe Mediterranean in June, IflOOt 
aa Military Seeretanr and aldose- 
eamp, and aerred witfi biaa uncll bis 
deatik Continued to Mrre In tbo 
•ame situations irlth Loid Hutebla- 
■on, and was present in all tbe battles 
in Egypt, and at tbe capture ot Cairo 
and Alexandria. Commanded a LIgbl 
Batuliun upon tbe Bapeditloo to 
Naples in 1806. Went to Calabria in 
tbe same year, and commanded tbo 
Liffbt Brif ade at tbe batUc of Maida. 
Joined tbe army in tbe Peninsula, un- 
der tbe Duke of WeUtngton. Dee. 181 1, 
and was appointed to tbe command of 
a bricade in tbeSrd Division : lenred 
at tbe siffc of Bad^jos ^ commanded 
tbe attack on Fort Pleurlna« and tbo 
brlfade wbicb led tbe attack and car- 
ried tbe castle of Badijos by escalade, 
on wbicb occasion be was severely 
wounded in tfie Itoot. Kemoved to 
a brigade In tbe Llgbt Oivision In 
Peb 1818, and senred in command of 
it until tbe conclusion of that war in 
1814 and was present at tbe baUle of VlttorIa, tbe at- 
tack on tbe beigbu of Vera, battles of NIvelle (sUfbtty 
woumied in tbe arm), Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, 
besideseeveral other 1cm important aflklrs. Ooamwnded 
a dirision in tbe campaign of 1816, and was severely 
wounded at tbe battle of Waterloo. Sir James baa re- 
ceived tbe Egyptian Medal, and a Cross and 3 Clasps 
for Maida. Badajos, Vlttoria, Nlvelle, Mlve. Ortbes, 
and Toulouse. [Ing page. 

1 For this and notes ft and 7, see bottom of preeed- 



i>aym4tff«r.— Anthony Walshe, 10 Sept. 41 ; Ens. p2 Nov. 32 ; Lieut. 23 Jan. 37. 
Atfiutant. — Lieut. Thomas Addison, 8 April, 42. 

Qtifir^er-Afff^er.— W.H.S.Hadleyyl2Aug.36; JS?fu.lO Ap.25; X^ 24 Sept. .SI. 
Sura.'-'9WiWm.H.Yomig,^^8e]pt.2SiAssist.'S. 4Feb. 13; H.^. 19 Dec. 11. 
.<4«m^.-5ur^.~-James Jopp, M.D., 22 Feb. 39. 

Thomas Waller Barrow, 8 June, 41. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, John Lawrie, Esq. 

at.-CoL Carmthers sewed tbo campaign In Aflbhanistan and Belooehlstan, and eommaiidcd Um Ecft at th« 

ad em9«iir« of Ae fbrtrem of Obuance, and at tbe assault and capture of tfie fortrem and citadel of Ebelat. 

nin OtQrmdy served with tbo Qtad ba tbe operations In 1814, against tbe Preneb in retreat from Legbora. Including 

a of Spcssia, teeing tboir position en the belgbts of Nerol, and captors of Oenoa. In tbe same year served faa tbe 

I war, and was present si the taking of Casllne. Served with ttie 48tta thnrofhuut the campaign agaiasi the Bajah of 

18S«« 



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8e,..«?5J2ft.l 3rf (JE. Kent) Regt. of F<Hft \ar The Buffs.) [^-J:fii52r 

Tb« OrayOfI " DODBO*' **TAI^¥UU" *'ALBUHBHA" "PVRUrBBS" **N1V£]«LB*' 

"Nivi!" "P«irx»guLA." CoUmeL 

9 Kenneth Alexander, £aWof Effingham/ GCB. ^lu. 21 April, 1786; Capt. 

25 April, 93 ; Lieut.-CoL 30 Dec. 97 ; CoL I Jan. 1805 ; Mqjar'Gen. 25 Julv, 

10; Lteut.'-Qen, 12 Aug. 19 ; Oen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. of the Buffs, 30 Jon. 32. 

Lieut. 'CoUm/eU* 
James Dennis,' Ens. 2 Sept. 96; L'unU. 12 April, 97 ; Capt. Auti^. 03; Breret- 

MqjoTf 13 Oct. 12; Brevet- Lieut. -Col. 27 May, 25; Regtl.-Mqjor, 25 Apr. 

28; jRegtL'Lieut.'Col. 4 June, 33 ; Co/. 28 June, 38. 
Af^'orf.— James OliphantClunie,^ Ens. 21 Aug. 13; Lieut. 1 Dec. 14; Capt, 

P 9 Feb. 26 ; Mf{jor, p 23 June, 38 ; Lieut.-Col. p 25 Aug. 43. 
QustaTus Logie Christie, Ens. P20June,22; Lieut. 25 Mar. 26; Capi. P17 Jan. 

28 ; Brevet'Mqjor, 23 No?. 41 ; M(\jory 14 Oct. 42. 
Marcus Barr, «. Ens. P24 Feb. 25; Lieut. p8 April, 26; Capt. p11 June, 30 ; 

Mqjor, P25 Aug. 48. 







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Captains. 

Patrick M'Kie^ 

Donald Stewart 

Jas. Charles Rouse 

Peter Luke Dore ' 

Thomas Chatterton . . . 
Donald Meent Cameron 
A. A .Thur.Cunynghame,*. 
James Tdbot Airey . . . 
Bdw. Henry Moore Kelly 
Rich. Nicholson Magrath 
Lieutenants. 

Harry Blair 

James Speedy 

Oeoige Bridge 

John C. Handfield 

Allan Menzies 

Charles Sawyer, s. 

Hall P. Chamberlain, r. 
Alex. John Cameron .... 
Wm. John Dorehill «... 

Peter Browne 

Kenneth M'Kenzie .... 
Charles Wra. Green .... 
Alex. Hamilton Robson . . 
Fred. Francis Maude .... 

Thomas Kains 

George Thomas Downing 

Richard Crawley 

Hugh Smith 

Arthur Hill Hasted Mercerl 
James Wm. Richardson. . 

Robert Douglas 

Stephen Roland Woulfe 
Wm. Fred. Waldegrave • 

Ensigns. 
Richard Wm. Woods . . 
Frederick Nassau Dore.. 
Thomas Geoi^ Souter . . 

James Swetenham 

Bcn.Rcmicott M'Dcrmott 

David Stewart 

Alfred FitiGerald 

William Colbum Collum 



ENSION. 



3 Not. 12 
14 Dec. 15 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



3 Nov. 14 
26 Mar. 26 



P30june25 P17 May 27 
8 April 13 1 21 Aug. 19 



29 Dec. 14 
26 AprU 28 

P 2 Nov. 30 
11 Feb. 30 

P 10 Sept. 30 

1 June 32 

9 Dec. 27 

15 May 28 

16 April 29 
21 Sept. 32 
18 Oct. 31 

P 6 Sept. 33 
Pl4 Feb. 34 
P24Dec. 33 
p 16 Jan. 35 
p 20 Feb. 35 
p 3 June 36 
p 7 April 38 
p25Dec. 38 
Pl3 Mar. 40 
P29 Nov. 39 
P29May 40 
P 19 July 39 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P30 April 41 
P 15 Nov. 39 

2 April 41 
P31Jan. 40 

18 July 41 

P27 Aug. 41 
26 Oct. 41 
21 May 42 

P 22 July 42 
1 Nov. 42 

7 Nov. 42 

8 Nov. 42 



2 Jan. 17 



P 3 Oct. 29 
3 April 38 

P 7 April 38 
29 Aug. 38 
21 Dec. 38 



P17 Mar. 30 p 13 Mar. 40 
P22 May 35 p17 Aug. 41 
P 3 May 33 p 22 July 42 
P 31 July 35 1 22 July 42 
P 24 Dec. 33 P 25 Aug. 43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 31 

23 May 32 

21 Sept. 32 

P 2 May 34 

10 Aug. 35 

P 8 April 36 

P 3 June 36 

25 Sept. 36 
10 Blar. 38 

7 Dec. 38 
P 31 May 39 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P29May 40 
P27 Aug. 41 

26 May 42 
P 22 July 42 

31 Oct 42 
1 Nov. 42 
1 Nov. 42 

8 April 42 
28 Dec. 42 
16 Aug. 42 

P 25 Aug. 43 



5 Col. Dranit aeconpftnitHl 
the ezpeditioD to Copenhafrm 
in 1801 » and wm wounded 
In both hiuada and cootuwd. 
Served in the iMt American 
wvyiaeludinf tettleof Queene- 
town (wounded), ftonnluK of 
Port Qeorge, eetion at ftloney 
Creek (wounded in two placet), 
and aetloo of the Rapid* at 
Hooplee Creeli, — eootuaed bj 
having hts hone ihol, wbieh 
fell on him. 

4 U.-C0I. Clunle eerred In the 
American war, and was at the 
•lege and attack of Port Eric 
in 1814. 

6 Capt. M*Kle eerred in th« 
Nepauieee war of 1814 and 16. 
Preeent at the tiege and cap- 
ture of Hatrai». Served the 
M ahratta and Pindarree cam- 
paign of 1817 and 18, and in 
the Bunncee war, from Juiie^ 
1A24, until It* conrluelon in 
1 8S0. Wounded at the a**ault 
of Mergule 0th Oct. Ittl4. 

Capt.Dore terved in the Ne- 
paulece war in 1816 Ic 10, and in 
the Deccan campaign in 1817 
Ic 16. 



6 Lieut. Waldegmve was actively emplored 
Id 8iippre»«in|{ the lata insurrection In Canada. 

Dr. Mac Quoen servvd the Kandian cam- 
paign tn Oylon during the Rebellion in 1817 
and 18. 



22 Dec. 43 
Paynuuter.-^J. Lukis, 24 Dec. 20; Efts. 22 Feb. 10; Lieut. 6 Aug. 18. 
At^jutant.— Lieut. Harry Blair, 9 Nov. 41. 

Quarter-Master.— l^srry Williams, 14 Dec. 32 ; Ens. 18 Aug. 13. 
^Vr^.— A.MacQueen,'M.D.24Ap.26;il«rwf.-6M3May, 13; Hosp.-A. 19 Jan. 13 
Assistant'Surgeom. — Robert Stevenson, M.D., 14 March, 34. 

Charles Alexander Gordon, M.D., 8 June, 41. 
John Ashton Bostock, M.D. 8 Feb. 42. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

I LMd IflntlMa wrvtd wtth lb* OiMrdt oa the CootioOTii from Feb. ITfX to May. I7W. and waa p i w at •! the MUr «t 
ic Al— «d («ouad«d). timf and caplnfv oT Valrorlcnact, uUao of LlorellMk and •(•!• of Duaklrk. nttoaUioa la Irilaa4, 
la 17H, aa Major of BrigtO*. In ih« aam* rapacity with Cb« eziMHiitlon to Hellaad, ta 17V9, aad wm prvaeat ta all iho 
aetfoM Ma»d the aiay In the Pmiaaula aadtr tb« Dako of WaMioftoB, fdi Jaa. 1811 t appoiaud to tbc i laaaiaai W 
a brtfade la tlic lat diTialoo. aad «raa prtacat with U al Iht actioa of PaeotM d*OBor, 6«h May i tfaaaTerrrd «ia hi* M«a«a 
t» *« M divialoa. Ibc eooMMod of wbteh bo bald aa aaaloi oOter IVoa ialy, ISII. to Apr. ISIf t rtmtaiaiHnl tbr rtibt «6kmmm 
al ^m acllea of Arroyo do Mollao t atoroMd and loob wiib part of bl* b r i g ada, ih* Ibm Napeltaa aad aafvaa. al Atnutaa. 

ta Nov. ISII, appuland lo tbo i iMiaiaai oT the Irt bgigada «f laatda, la tho lai dlvUtaa i aad la Jaae, Ittl. lii tb awi*!! 

of Ibe di ft al aa. wbkb riiaiiiiiiil be btid aaUl the Mid of thai war ta ISII i preotat al ibo ballW of Vlltarla. anacfc m m««k. 
paaa^e eritaa aiilaaana, Nivollew Niv*. and Adowr t tavaattaoat of BayeoM aad rtpala* of tbo aiittle, 
afbim HI* Lerdabit baa leeelvad a Mdal Md oaacleaa br VltiorU aad tbo Nlva. 



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4^ (TAtf JKny'* C)«?;^) Regt of Foot 

The Lion of England '*—** CORUNNA"— " BADAJOZ"— " SALAMANCA "— " VITTORIA" 
• ST. SEBASTIAN "— " NIVE »'— " PENINSULA"—" BLADENSBURQ "— " WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 

John Hodgson, * Sns. 20 May, 1779; Lieut. 27 Not. 80 ; Capt. 24 Sept. 87 ; Mqf. 
14 May, 94; Lieut.-CoL 1 Sept. 96 ; CoL 25 Sept. 03; Me^jar-Gen. 25 July, 
10; Lieut.'Oen. 4 June, 14; Oen, 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 4th Regt. 30 Sept 35. 
Lieutenani-ColoneU. — Henry Wm. Breton, Ens. 16 March, 15; lAeut. p27 July, 

20; Capt.i'21 July,2o; MqjoTyV^l Dec. 28; it«t/.-Coi. Pll July, 34. 
John Leslie,* KH. JBns. 7 Aug. 1806; Lieut. 2 June, 08 ; Capt. 30 Nov, 09; 

MqjoTf P 1 Jan. 19 ; Lieut.-CoL p 29 Aug. 26 ; Coh 23 Nov. 41. 
Mqjors.—Jfi 912i Reginald Ranald Macdonald,' CB. KH. t. Em. 25 Mar. 07 ; Lt. 
5May,08; Capt. p3 Dec. 18; Mqj. p24 Jan.2a, Brevet-Lt.-Col. 13July,38. 
^ WilUam Sadlier,* Ens. 2 April, 07 ; Lieut. 4 May, 09 ; Cajjf. 26 Aug. 25 ; 
Mqjor, 4 Feb. 38. 



Captains. 

Richard Chetwode 

Thomas Williams 

ThomaA Faunce' 

Farquhar M. Campbell . 
William Henry Mounsey . 
Fred. Leopold Arthur, t. 

Charles J. Otter' 

George Kennedy 

WUIiamBell 

Charles Shipley Teale . 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Charles Sheppard. 

Robert O'Nem 

Jas. S. Shortt .' 

Robert Hawkes 

Chas. Staniforth Hext . 

William WUby 

Jas. Alex. Madigan 

Wadham Wyndham Bond 
John H. Glazbrook . . . 
Edw. Jas. Baldwyn • . . 
Wm. Mark Campbell. . . 
Thos. Charles Morgan . 
John Lennox MacAndrew 
John Cowell Bartley. . . . 
Fred. Paul Haines .... 
Geo. Latham Thomson* 

Arthur Byrne 

Wm. Crawley 

David Francis Chambers 

George Chetwode 

Towusend Gun Morris' . . 
Rdward James Gibson . . 

John Gray Bolton 

Ensigns. 
Henry Bat Ramsbottom 
Theobald Pepper Roberts 
Paris L. Grant Anderson 

Henry FitzGerald 

John Hallowes 

William James Colville 
Cuthbert George Ellison 
Arthur Smith 












ensign. 



24 May 20 
P 12 Sept. 22 

5 April 27 

3 Aug. 30 
P 28 May 29 
P 6 Dec. 33 

20 Dec. 24 
P 24 Dec. 33 

30 Nov. 15 
7 April 26 



11 June 29 
P 3 July 36 
3 May 33 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P 9 Oct 35 
P27 May 36 

23 June 37 
P 4 Nov. 36 
P 6 Oct 37 
P 20 Oct 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 8 June 38 
P 14 Dec. 88 
P26 Apr. 39 
P21 June 39 
P 27 July 88 

25 Oct 39 
22 Nov. 39 

P 31 Jan. 40 
P 8 May 40 
P 6 Mar. 40 
P 10 July 40 

26 Jan. 41 

P 20 Oct. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
19 Nov. 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 10 Mar. 48 

22 Nov. 43 

23 Nov. 43 

24 Nov. 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P15 Aug. 22 I' 20 Mar. 27 



P 7 July 25 

P12 Nov. 20 

P 6 Dec. 33 

P 4 Jan. 33 

P 3 July 35 

12 Nov. 27 

P 1 July 36 

26 Apr. 28 

10 Dec. 27 



10 Nov. 34 
9 July 37 

10 July 

11 July 

6 Oct 

7 Oct 

14 Dec. 
9 Mar. 39 

15 Mar. 39 

1 July 39 

2 Oct. 

7 Feb. 

8 May 
20 Oct 
15 Dec. 

9 April 41 
23 July 41 

29 July 41 

6 May 42 
10 Mar. 43 
22 May 43 
27 Aug. 43 

30 July 42 

7 Capt. Bum 



37 
37 
87 
37 
38 



39 

40 
40 
40 
40 



P 17 June 28 

P 23 June 87 

P 6 Oct 87 

P 14 April 37 

P 8 June 38 

9 Mar. 39 

P 15 Mar. 89 

2 July 41 

22 May 43 



BREV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 
23 Nov. 41 



9 Colonel Lwlie was at th« 
taking of Travancore in 1S06 ; 
also at the capture of tlia 
Island of Bourbon, and th« 
Ib1« of France ; pretent in the 
enfagements In Java, the lOtht 
22nd, and S6th Aug. 1811. 
Served in the Pindarree trar 
in 1817. Army of occupation 
in Franee. 

4 Major Sadlier served in 
Sicily from July 1808 to June 
ISIS, and was present at the 
capture of the Islands of Ischia 
and Procida. Served subse* 
quently in the Peninsula, in- 
cluding the battle of Castalla 
and siege of Tarragona, action 
at Villa Franca, besides various 
minor affairs; served also in the 
American war, including the 
attack on Plattsburg. 

6 Captain Faunce served la 
command of the Light Com> 
panj, at the re-capture of the 
Fort of Nepaunee, 21st Feb^ 
1841. 

6 Captain Otter served al 
Bhurtpiore. 

served the campaign In the 
Eastern Islands, and was at the taking of Mac- 
cassar in 1814. Served the MahratU campaign 
of 1817 and 18, and was severely wounded at 
Bhurtpore in 1836. 

9 Lieut. Morris acrvrd for two jcera In the Anflo 
Spaaiab Leg ion, and wu present In the actions of tiie 
16th. inb. and 18th Jan., Mb May, 6lh June, Uth Jaly, 
Ut Au« , Ut Oct, 1636} lOtii. IMh, and 16th March, 
(wounded in flie shoalder). Uth, 16th, and 17th May, 
and S9th Aug., bcridet Tariout ■kinnlshet In 1837. He 
baa received two medals, and Qnccn Victoria's pennls- 



, 13; 

[Capt. 19 Dec. 34. 

March, 22; Hotp.- 
[Aititt. 20 Dec. 13* 



aion to accept and wear them In the British Serrlc*. 

PaywuM^er.— James Bum,' 6 Feb. 35; Ens. 1 Oct 11; Lieut. 16 June 

Adfjutant. — Lieut. Wm. Cha. Sheppard, 1 May, 40. 

Quarter-Master. — Samuel Sexton, 11 July, 37. 

5urflr«m.— William Parry, 17 April, 38 ; AssiH.-Surg. 7 

Assistemt'Surgeons. — James Mouat, 14 Dec. 38. 

Richard Gamble, M.D., 8 June, 41. 

Thomas Dehane Lightbody, M.D.,8 April, 42. 

^ ^^ , „ _. Facings Blue^Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

at 22i!!*.^ S^" f "^ ■fp,'I^*"t . Jf*^® ^ **** ^^^^ employed at the raductlon of the Islands of 
SLf u'T "i** Miquelon. in I7rf«. In 17»4, he was taken prisoner on the banks of Newfoundland bv a 

- = I il^i'J'J?^'*?^" taken prisoner, alter a sharp action, by the French privateer r^vWTof 18 piJS.wd 
s s CL carried to France^ where he wna confined nt dlflbmnt nt.A^ ..«*n ktl i. 7l ^-. ..^ "T^JL^. 



s 9 



carried to France, where he was copflned at different places, until his ezchanee. In Oct iToa ~in fUnt 
1709, he embarked with the 4th for the Helder, and w^TplSSit Tt Uie iipfu« ofthe towi.i2d'garrisSror 
Hoora, and the actions of the 9d and Oih Oct. In the action near EgmontKn».Zee tSii^M^viJwSSdX 
8 Lieat. Thomion served in the Cafl^ War. under Sir Beni. D'Urtan. ^^^'^ «e w« aevartv wounaeo. 



156 5th Regt. of Foot {N orthumberlan d FumUen) ["tffflT* 

'* QiM fata VoettHt," $urmouHiing SU George and the Dngon. On ths eonur$ of tks 9n4 eot^mr (A« 
Rom and Crown ; on ths eap$ the Klntc'* Crest ; aUo St. Ororf e klUinf th« Dngon. ^ WIUULMOTAHL'* 
— " ROLEIA"—** VIMIERA"— " CORTJNNA"— •* BU8A00"— " CIUDAD RODRIOC*— *• BAOAJOZ**^ 
••SALAMANCA"—" VITrORIA"— " NIVKLLE"—**0RTOE8"— "TOULOUSE"— •• PENINSULA." 



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Colonei, 
9 Sir Jasper NicolU,* KCB. En$. 84 May, 1793 ; Lieut, 85 Nor. 94; Capt. 18 

Sept. 90 ; Mq;or, 6 July, 1804 ; Lieut.-Col. 39 Oct 07 ; Col. 4 Jone, 14 ; 

M<Qor-Qen. 19 July, 31 ; Zieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 6th FusUien, 

4 April, 43. 
Xietii.-CotonW.— William SutherUnd, * Ent. 15 ]>ec. 04 ; Lieut, 1 July, 06; 

Capt. 18 Aug. 14 ; Afq/. P 25 Sept.17 ; Lieut.-Col p 16 May, 33 ; CoL 10 Jan. 37. 
Mq;ort,—JI^ David England Johnson,' .Gira^. Feb. 04; Lieut. 20 Dec. 04; 

Capt. 12 March, 12 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; Regtl.-Mqjor, P 29 Dec, 37. 
Joshua Simmonds Smith, Comet, P14 Aug. 17 ; Lieut. 35 May, 22 ; Capt. P 19 

April, 27 ; Mqjor, v 31 Dec. 33. 



Captains. 



3d libut. 



John Spence* 

Philip M. N. Guy 

William Prime Jones. . . 

John Woodward 

Fra. Richard Pyncr . . . 
Walter Craufnrd Kennedy 
Frederick James Isacke 
Henry F. F. Johnson. • . . 
James Bgl^ert Simmons* 
Richard Leslie Dundas . . 

LlBUTBNAMTS. 

Charles Durie 

Hugh P. Baker 

Wm. Seymour 8crogg8,r. 
Louis H. Hamilton . . . 
Wm. Chester Master. . . . 
H. Lockman Gordon Scott 
Geofge Bryan Milman . . 
John WaUaoe Colquitt .. 
James Archibald Forrest 
Hon. A. G. C. Chichester 

William Lyons 

Robert Darell 

Wm. KnottesfbrdGretton 
3md Libutbnants. 

George Renny 

Thomas Bellew 

Ferdinand W. L'Estrange 

Hambly Knapp 

Arthur Watson Palmer.. 
John Swaine Hogge .... 
William Helsfaam Candler 



7 Not. 33 

P 33 Sept 34 

P 5 Oct 26 

P 5 Nov. 29 

22 Not. 33 

27 Oct 31 

P 3 Sept 36 

33 Not. 36 

30 Jan. 33 

P 17 June 19 

1 Aug. 34 
P 39 Dec. 37 
P 12 June 35 
6 April 38 
P33 April 39 
P 3 Feb. 38 
P34 May 39 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P 6 Mar. 40 
P 19 Feb. 41 
15 Jan. 41 
P 38 Jan. 43 
P 3 June 43 



LIBUT. 



35 June 34 
P 13 June 28 
P 5 Not. 29 
P 10 May 33 
P 9 Feb. 38 

10 Not. 34 
P17 Not. 37 
P 23 April 39 

89 May 35 
P 17 Sept 35 

P 6 July 38 

P34May 39 

P 31 June 39 

P 17 Jan. 40 

P 36 Oct 41 

3 April 41 

80 Sept 43 

P 30 Dee. 43 

P30Jan. 43 

P 33 Not. 42 

12 Sept 43 

3 Not. 43 

P 6 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 6 Not. 29 
P 39 Dec. 37 
P 33 Apr. 30 
P 13 June 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P31 Feb. 40 
P38Jau. 43 
P 30 Jan. 43 
P 33 July 41 
P 38 Jan. 



BBBy.-MAJ, 



33 Not. 41 



5 Captain BlniiMnfl Mrred 
the eampalgn In AflifhanlMaa 
and BeloocUatan, m A4|ataat 
of the Qoeen't Royals, Inelnd. 
inf the fttorm aud capture of 
Ohiuoee and Khelat; at the 
ttorm of each of these forti 
be was teverely woopded. 



1 Not. 43 
P 33 April 43 
87 Dec. 43 
P 30 Jan. 43 
34 Feb. 43 
P 9 June 43 
P 3 Not. 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 
Not. 



6 Qaarter.Mscter TUtor eerred with the 6th 
at Walcheren, and wae feteiel/ wounded la 
the head, and tllghUy la the left hand at the 
■Icffe of PlttffalnK on the 7th Aug. 1000. In the 
Peninsula from 181S to Maj 1814, indndlnf the 
hattles of Vlttoria, the NiToUek Orthcs* 
Toulouse. 

7 Dr. Henderson serred la the 
and was present at the siege of Badi^)o>* 
both the aetkNis of Salamanca, 18tta 
July, 1819. 

40; 3<i Xteii^ 83 Sept 13; I4mt. 



Reginald Georire Shipley 
PayfMiur«r.— WUliam Clune, 17 

1 Feb. 14; Capt. 39 Not. 39. 
AdHutant.—Lieut. Wm. Lyons, 13 Sept 43. 
Quarter^Master.—^ Wm. TOler/ 5 May, 35. 

Surffeon.-^ CB Dun. Henderson,^ M.D., 33 March, 36 ; AMnMt.-Surg. 16 April, 
13 ; Hotp.'AuiMt. 34 Oct 11. 

L-5tiry.~Hugh Mackcy, 17 Feb. 37. 

Facinffs Bright Green — Agents^ Mesan. Cox k Co. 
Iriik AffentSf Sir B. R. Borough, Bt., Armit k Co. 
[KeUimcd from Gibraltar, 13 May. 1843.] 
Sir Jeeper Nlcolls served la the Mahratta war, and was at the battle of Anaom, and at the Staff aad 
m of Oawlel Oburb Joined Lord Gathcart's armj In Hanorer, la 1806. Aeeompaalcd the espeditlon 
under Qeneral Craufurd to South America, In 1800, and oonaaaded a eoinmn nt the sssanlt oa r 
Ayrss, In July 1807. Embarked for Spain In 1808, and eommaaded the 14th at the battle of Cormma. 
ceeded to Walrhersa In 1800. Employed In the Nepaul war, and commanded a force, and eonqnend 
prorlnee of Kumaooat April 1816. Served as a Brifsdler la the Pfndarree war, and for a time coammi 
the eentfu division. At the slefe of Bhartpore, he rwmanded the second dlrlskw of Intettry, consictfaf of 
^hrae brlfades, which division eartied the left brsach o« the 18th Jan. 18M. Medal for Cc 
S Colonel Bntherlaad eerved la the Aahantee War, on the Gold Coast, la 18t4. 
t MsJoe Johaeon embarked with his rsflment on the expedition to Haaneer In 1800, and 
mid taken prisoner. AeoompaBled the expedition to Sonth Ameriea hi 1808, nw 
■tominf of Bnenoe Ajres. Served afterwards In the Psnlnsnla from Jane 1808 to Janaarr 1800^ 
June 1800 to December I81S, Includlac the battles of Bolela. Vlariem, Lngn, Coruana, Bwaeo^ 

flibofal (wonndedX Poentes d'Onor.SBodon, first iloie of ]ladiJaB,slsta and stormlaf ofCUidaA lodrig* 
' ~ at the amaultX and battle off ' 



pieseat a 
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"2cKr] 6th {TheRmf(d Ut Wanoi^hire) Begt. of Foot. 157 



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Tkt Antelope,'*— On the three corners of the second colour, ** The So§§ nnd CV0«m.'*^And on thetinnft- 
dieri' ea|M» "The King's Cr«<."-- "ROLKIA**— "VIMIEB A" — '•CORUNNA*»—" VITTOR I A"— 
"PYRENEES"—** NIVELLE"— •• ORTHES'»— " PENINSULA"—" NIAGARA." 



Year*' Serr. 



71 



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P»y. 



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20 



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18 
14 
16 
16 
11 
11 
10 

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7 

18 
16 
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19 
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CoUmeL 
Sir George Nugent,* Bart. GCB. JBTUtgn, 6 July, 1773 ; Lieut, 23 Nov. 75 ; 
Capt, 28 April, 78; Af/yVw, 3 May, 82; Lieut.- CoL 8 Sept. 83; Col. 1 Mar. 
94; M(\;or.'Gen. 3 May, 96; Lieut.-Gen, 25 Sept. 1808; Gen. 4 June, 13; 
CoL 6th Begt. 26 May, 06. 

Lieut.'Colonels, 
John Michel, J^iui^, p3 Apr. 23; Lieut. P28 Apr. 26; Copt, p 12 Dec. 26; 
Mqjor, P6 Mar. 40; Lieut.-Col. p16 April, 42. 

Mqjors. 
William Pottinger, 2nd Lt. R. ArtUlery, 16 Dec. 17 ; Lieut, 9 AprU 26 ; Capt. 

P31 Oct. 34 ; MqjoTy P 10 April, 40. 
J^hn ffoUiott Crofton,' Snsign, 18 Dec. 24; Lieut. P29 Aug. 26;'tCV|pf. P17 
July, 86 ; MqjaTf p 16 April, 42. _ / 



Captains. 

John Thomas Griffiths . . 

Maurice G. Dennis 

Tho. Sidney Powell ' . . . . 
John Belshes Home .... 
Charles Augustus Brooke 
Bobt. W. M^Leod Fraser 

Morris James Hall 

Henry Augustus Sullivan 
William Beed 
Jas.Elphinston Bobertson 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Joseph Balph, r 

QSi F. Bree Muller^ .... 

Frederick Bristow 

Francis Lucas 

John Craven Mansergh. . 

Edward Staunton 

Edward James Blanckley 

Geoxge Finlay 

Edward F. Crowder . 

Beginald Peel 

David FitzBoy Ogilby 
Geo. A. Hamil. Chichester 

Henry Balguy 

Ensigns. 
Philip Augustus Mosse 
Wm. Albert Stratton. • . . 
David Henry Elrington 
Thomas Henry Somerville 
Godfrey Armytage . . . 
Wm. Edward Bobertson 
Henry Pratt Gore ...... 

Bow. E. W. Pery Standish 



ENSIGN. 



6 Sept. 14 

9 May 26 

P 13 May 26 

P 17 April 28 

10 Apr. 26 

6 July 33 

P 16 Mar. 33 

P21 Feb. 34 

P 6 June 36 

P8 April 37 

1 Jan. 26 

3 Mar. 12 

P 8 June 30 

P 1 Oct. 26 

26 Nov. 30 
17 May 31 
22 May 36 

P 17 Nov. 37 
16 June 39 

P 6 June 40 
28 Dec. 38 

P 16 Apr. 42 

P 29 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

27 May 42 
P 7 Oct. 42 

26 Oct. 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P 14 April 43 
P 21 July 43 
P 27 Oct. 43 



LIKUT. 



P 17 May 21 

6 July 27 
P31 May 31 
P 8 June 30 

17 Apr. 35 
P 17 July 36 

7 Jan. 36 
P 1 July 36 
P 15 Dec. 37 
P21 June 39 

11 June 30 

1 Apr. 14 

9 May 33 

24 Oct. 27 

II July 34 

4 Dec. 34 

17 Jan. 38 

P 15 Apr. 42 

P 1 Nov. 42 

P 14 April 43 

P21 July 43 

P27 Oct. 43 

P20Oct. 43 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



1 Sept. 31 
P 16 Dec. 37 
P 13 Nov. 36 
26 June 41 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 16 Apr. 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P 14 April 43 
P21 July 43 
P27 Oct. 48 



23 July 39 



S Major CroAoa wm appolntrd 
Pcnlan Interpreter to the tone un- 
der Btifadler-GcneiBl LItebflrld. la 
Augiut. 1S3S, and terved with it 
throufhoot tb« aidnoiu operatlona 
in Parkur, and acalnat the Trlbat In 
tbe N.W. Deaert, whieb cndad In 
ttaa taking of Balinaer. 



8 If ^or Powell aerred aa AldC'de-Camp and Per* 
•Ian Interpreter to Loid Koane thronfhoat the cam- 
paign of ia8>9 in Afl^haniaten, and liaa reeelvcd a 
nwednl fbr Oiinanee. 

4 Lieut. MuUer fcrred at tbe taklnf of Qcnoa nnder 
Lord William Bcntinok, and wai eniafed kt Waterloo. 
He bai recelTcd the War Medal for serrlcea in the 
late Oennan Leffion. granted hj the king of Hanover. 



Paynuuter, — Alex. John Macpherson, 14 Dec.38 ; Ens, 14 Aug.l7 ; Lt. 18 Sep.23. 
A^iutant.^IAevi, John Craven Mansergh, 12 Dec. 43. 

Quar^^r-Jlfa^er.— George Wm. Rafferty, 4 Mar. 42. [6 Dec. 26. 

^ur^eovi.— John Murtagh, MD., 2 July, 41 ; Asst.-Surg, 11 Feb. 30 ; Hosp,-Ant, 
i AitUtant'Surgean. — William Duncan, 8 Nov. 30. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

{Returned from Bombay, lAth January, 1842.] 

I Sir Ocorge Nugent served In the flrat American war, from Sept. 1777 until its termination in I78S, and waa empli^d en 
tke Bxpedltion up Rudaon*s River fbr the relief of Gmeral Burgayne's army ; present also at the capture of Porta Moal 
foaaerj and Clinton, by asaault, and on various other desultory servlees. Accompanied the biigade of Onards to the Cun< 
Unent. in March, 17BS, and served the campaign of that year : present at tbe siege of Valcneirnnes, actions of St. Amend, 
Lltaeellcs, Ac. and on the army going Into winter quarters be returned home for the purpose of raising a regt., the Sfrtb. In 
Sept. 1794* he accompanied his regt.. to Waleberen, where be held the leeal tank of Brigadier- General i and, in Oct. Joined 
tbe army of the Duke of York, and obtained tbe eommand of a brigade of the line, cantoned In and near to the town of Tid 
•n the Waal. Commanded the Northern District in Ireland during tho whole of the Rebellion. 

f 11 



^"SilfN^TlSSr'] 7rt Regiment of Foot , (Royal Fu$aiers.) [8^,-« g^^- 

In the centre of the coloan. The '' Rote" within the ''Oarter^ and the ** Crown" oyer it. 
And in the comers of the second Colour, The " White Horse.*' " Marti kiqub"— 
"Talavera" — "Alhuhera" — "Badajoz" — " Salamanca" — ** Vittoria" — 
" Pyrenbes" — ^**0rthb8" — ** Toulouse" — " Peninsula/' 



Yean'Senr. 



60 



Pall 



29 

28 

18 



20 
17 
14 
12 
10 
10 
10 
10 
8 
10 



Half 
Pay. 



A 













lA 



8 











7 





8 





6 





9 





7 





7 





7 





7 





6 





5 





6 





4 





5 





3 





3 





3 





4 





8 





4 





14 





6 





18 





31 





3 





1 






Colonel. 
9 Right Hon. 5»r Edward Blakeney/ KCB. OCH. Corned 28 Feb. 1704; Lieut. 
24 Sept. 04; Copt. 24 Dec. 94; Mi\jor, 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lieut.-Col. 26 April, 
08: Col. 4 June, 14; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 26; Lieui.-Qen, 28 June, 38; 
Col. 7th FusUiers, 20 Sept. 32. 

lAeut.'CoUmel. 
Frederic Farquharson, Ens. 17 Sept. 13; LietU. 26 May, 14; Capt. P23 Sept. 
10; Mqjfyr, p 29 June, 80 ; Lieut.-Col. p 7 Sept. 82. 

Mqjors. 
Thomas Richard Baker, Comet, p9 Dec. 19; Zieui. PI April, 24; Capt. P IS 

Feb. 26 ; Mqfor, p 81 Aug. 88. 
Lacy Walter Yea, Sni. p 6 Oct. "26; LietU. P19 Dec. 26; Capt. P80 Dec. 36; 
Mqjor, Pd June, 42. 



Captains. 



ENSIGN. 



William Hope 

Catesby Paget 

Richard Wilbraham . . . 
5ir William O'Maliey . 
T. St. V. H. C. Troabridge 
Hon. W. P. M. Talbot, s. 
Lord James Butler, s. . . 

Robert Stuart 

£rofi.Tlio. H. H. Thurlow 

Arthur John Paclc 

Lieutenants. 
Charles Stewart Cochrane 
Aubrey F. Beauclerk .... 
Hon. W. Pakenham, r. . . 
Hon. Ctuu Luke Hare . . 

DayidDobbie 

Geoige Orogan, d. pm. . . 

Alexander Fraser 

Wm. Lewis Grant 

D. John Dickinson,' <i. ad. 

Wm. R. Browne 

Herb. Wat. Wms. Wynn 
William Hopson Hopson 
Cliarles W. Tupper .... 
Herbert Venn Stephen . . 

Frederick Mills 

iSdm. H. Wilson Bellairs 
Taylor Lambard Mayne 
Geo. Cockbum Urmston 
Geoige Clmstian Wilson 

Geoige Mackay 

Henry Moore 



4 Not. 24 

8 Not. 27 

P 26 Mar. 28 

P2dDec. 82 

P 24 Jan. 84 

19 Dec. 84 
P 7 Nov. 34 
P23 May 34 
P26Feb. 86 
P 9 Aug. 83 

P 8April86 

never 
P26 Aug. 87 
PlSMar. 86 

never 
P 16 Jan. 36 
Pll Aug. 37 
P 7 April 37 
P 30 June 87 

20 Sept 37 
P 6 July 39 
P 4 July 39 

8 Feb. 39 
P16Dec. 40 
P26Jan. 39 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P Mar. 41 
16 Dec. 40 
P26 Mar. 36 
P 4 Oct 39 



LIEUT. 



P27 Oct 
P81 Aug. 

26 May 
P 2 Oct 
P80Dec. 
P 16 Sept 
P16 Feb. 

11 June 
P OJune 
P 6 May 

P17 Aug. 
P 7 Aug. 
P31 Aug. 
P 7 Dec. 

28 Dec. 
P 6 Oct 
P 12 July 
P 28 July 

80 Jan. 
P 6 Mar. 
P 24 Sept 
P 28 Dec. 

16 May 
p 28 Jan. 
P 1 April 
P 16 Aug. 
P 20 Dec. 

23 Aug. 
P 10 May 
P 23 Mar. 
P 27 May 



26 
30 
33 
36 
36 
87 
88 
87 
88 
87 

38 
36 
38 
38 
38 
38 
89 
40 
89 
41 
41 
41 
41 
42 
42 
42 
42 
42 
43 
88 
42 



captain. 



BREYBT- 
MAJOR. 



23 Not. 41 
31 Dee. 41 



P 14 Feb. 28 
P 9 Mar. 39 
P22 July 36 
P 12 July 39 
P 14 Dec. 41 
P29Mar. 42 
P 3 June 42 
P 2 Sept 42 
P 9 May 43 
P23 June 43 



8 Limit DicUofOD terred with 
the Qu««n*t Rojrali thronghoat 
tiM ctmptlgn In AfffliMiiatui 
and Beloochistao, in I63S and 
90, and was pretent at the aa- 
■anlt and capture of the for- 
treiMt of Obiuote and Khelat, 
at which laat he waf teverely 
wounded by a mutketHliot, — 
leg broken. Medal for Obusnte* 
a Quarter-Mae ter Ledaam** 
•ervicee : — Expedition to Oopen* 
hagen in 1807 ; Peninsula ftom 
July 1810 to the end of the < 
InolndinK the battlet of 
and Albuhera; siege and cap' 
ture of Cladad Bodxigo, and 
Bad^oi ; battlee of Salamanca 
Vlttoria, Pampeluna, Orthee, 
and ToQlouie. Preeent at tho 
attack on New Orleans in 1815. 
4 Dr. Shean served tn tho 
Peninsula finom March I81S to 
the end of the war, and wan 
present at the battles of Vltlorla, 
the Pyrenees, and the IU?e» 



Paymaster.— ThotDBB Oilley, 11 May, 38 ; Lieut, k A^f. Nov. 30. 

A4futant.r-Lieut. Darid Dobbie, 28 Dec. 38. 

Quarter^Maeter. — ^ John Ledaam,* 20 April, 26. 

Suramm,—9 Robert Shean/ M.D. 26 Oct. 30; Astist.'Surg. 28 Jan. IS. 

Asnstani Surgeons.— Kdol^huB CkiUings, M.D. 26 Feb. 41. 

Thomas Moore Sunter, M.B., 6 Oct 43. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ic Co. 

I Sir Edward Blakeoey's serTloes :— Captare of Demerara, Berblee, and Feseqnibo, |n 1796; 
17S0 In Holland, Including the actions of the 10th and 10th Sept., 9nd and 0th OetoWr; eaplw* 
bagen In 1807 ; eaptnre of Martinique In 1800 ; sereral campaigns in the Peninsula, Ineludlng tlie battles of 
Busaco and Albohetm (eeverely wounded through the thigb), aetkm at Aldea de Ponte, siffes of Ctndad 
Rodrigo and Bad^K"* (Mverrij wounded through the arm at the assault), battles of Vlltorle, Pampehina. 
Pyieneee, and Nlvelle, beeldee various minor actions. In 18U he Joined the force against New Orleans, 
and was preeent at the assault of the lines before that place. Sir Edward has recelTed a eroes and one clasp 
for MarUniquc, Albuhera* Bad^oi, Vittorla, and Pjrreni 

I.S8 



'^^SS:^'^] 8^A C T/^ Kin^^) Regiment of Foot 159 

The " Whit9 Hcrni* on a red ground within the **Qarter^" and the " Croum** over it. 
In the three comers of the second colour^ the '' Royal Cypher and Croum" '^Nee 
atpera terrent." The «' Sphinx," with the words " EGYPT"—" MARTINIQUE" 
— " NIAGARA." 

CoUmel, 
9 Sir Henry Bayly,» GCH. JBns, 12 AprU, 1783; Lieut, k CapU 28 Aug. 03; 
Capt, 8c Lieut. -Col. 5 Sept. 99; Col. 25 Oct. 09; Mqjor-Oen. 1 Jan. 12 ; 
Lieut.'Gen. 27 May, 95 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; CoL 8th Begt. 18 Sept. 26. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Charles St. Lo Malet, Comet, p 6 Jan. 19 ; Lieut, p 26 May 25 : Capt. p 25 Feb. 
26; MiQ'or, p 10 Jan. 38; Lieut.-Col. p25 Oct 42. 

Afci/an. 
Henry Winchcombe Hartley, Sn$. 10 Sept. 18; Xieu^. 1 Oct. 20; Capt. p 1 Oct. 

25; ^rcM«-3fq/or, 28 June 38; jrq;oryP26 Oct 41. 
Thomas Kenyon, Bns. P 23 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, p 24 Not. 35 : Capt. P 14 Apr. 29 ; 
Mojw, P 25 Oct 42. 




19 



19 





19 





16 





12 





12 





11 





11 





9 





11 





10 





16 





9 





8 





7 





7 





7 





6 





6 





5 





5 





6 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





27 


4A 


5 





2 





32 


11 


8 






Captains. 

John Longfleld 

William Cheamley .... 
H. Welladvice Roper. . . . 

E. H. Greaihed 

John Terry Liston 

Fnu Saonderson Holmes 

Stephenson Brown 

Alfred Attgnstos Malet . . 
Fred. Douglas Lumley . . 
John Eldridge West .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Capadose ...... 

John Hinde 

Coulthorst Holder 

Ernest Layie 

John Long Marsden .... 

Thomas Clowes 

Chas. F. B. G. Dickenson 

Arthur Leslie 

James Johnston 

William Bayly 

Geoige Augustus Young 
Wm. Tumour Granville 
Geoige Edward Baynes 
Enbions. 

Richard Hartley 

John Henry Edw. Robeck 
Alfred Ingilby Gamett.. 

John Stone 

Thomas Aldridge 

Ellis James Charter .... 
Robert Stuart Baynes . . 
Charles Lennox Maher. . | 



ENSIGN. 



P 23 June 25 
P 26 Nov. 25 
P 21 Nov. 28 
P 22 June 32 
P 27 July 32 
P 8 Feb. 33 
P 8 Mar. 33 
PSOJan. 35 
P 22 Oct 33 
P 7 Feb. 34 

26 Feb. 28 
P 28 Feb. 36 
P 22 Jan. 36 
P 3 Feb. 37 
P 17 Feb. 37 
P 1 Sept 37 
P 10 Jan. 38 
P 20 M^trt. 38 
P 7 June 39 

26 Jan. 39 
P 9 Dec. 39 

8 Jan. 41 
P 2 July 41 

P 26 Oct. 41 
P 6 May 42 
P 13 May 42 

20 May 42 

21 May 4i2 
P25 0ct 42 
P 28 July 43 



LIEUT. 



P 26 Sept 26 
P 15 Oct 29 
P 21 Dec. 32 
P 10 May 33 
P 7 Feb. 34 

6 July 35 

P 4 Sept 35 

30 Apr. 87 

8 Jan. 38 
P 3 Feb. 37 

17 May 34 
P 30 June 37 
P 10 Jan. 38 
P 20 Nov. 38 
P 7 June 39 
P 2 July 41 
P 26 Oct 41 
P 6 May 42 
P 13 May 42 
23 June 42 
P24June42 
P 25 Oct 42 
P 12 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P30Jan. 35 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 23 June 37 
P27 Apr. 38 
P20NOV. 38 
P 26 Oct 41 
P 6 May 42 
P24June42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P12 Dec. 43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 12 Dec. 43 
Paymatter. — Bartholomew Hartley/ 30 Oct. 35 ; Ent. 15 Jan. 13 ; Lieut. 26 

May, 14; Capt. 17 April, 35. 
A^utant. — Lieut. Wm. Bayly, 14 Dec. 41, 
Quarter-Master. — John Ross, 8 Nov. 42. 

Surgeon. — Wm. Gardiner, 5 May, 37 ; Atnstant-Surgeon, 7 Feb. 11. 
Auittant'Surgeon. — John Cha. Graham Tioe, 15 Jan. 36. 

[Returned from North America^ 26 J>ec. 1841.] 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 

1 Sir H«ar7 Bayly Mrred In Flandera : waf present at the battle of Faman ; the siege of ValeDciennes, 
and waa wounded at Lineellet^ Sir Henry lenred also in Holland in 1709. Proceeded to the Booth of 
Prance In 1814, in command of the Brigade composed of the three prorisional battalions of militia. 

4 Payroaater Hartley serred at the surrender of Martinique ; and taking of Guaclaloupe In IS16. 

9 Sir John M*Ca»kill wm at the lamitaif u Funo Kico. uad tlefc of St. iuma. May, 1797. On pawaf* to India when tbc fleet 
■ndcr eoBToy of Sir T. Trowbrtdfc was atUekcd by the Frfneb Admiral Llnoia in the Marenfo 84, a heavy Mf ate, and 
another ihip. Auf . 1B0& t present at the tlegce and eaptaree of Forts Sattarah, Sinfbttr, Wooasotah, and a irrvat many othrn. 
Also at the rcdnetioo of the atrong fortreia of Sholapore, and the attack and dispersion of ft,000 of the PeshwaTi ebokett troops 
■Ovoflj posted with their guns, 15 of which were captured under the walls of the fort, 11th May, 1818. 

10 Mjjor Hartmaa serred in the Kapcdition to Hanover in 19<^6t at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807 I In Sweden, Por- 
Uigtl, and Spain in 180S-0, IneltMHpag the advanea and retreat of the army, and ttie battle of Corunna. Expedition Co 
Walebcren, 1900 ( subsequent campaigns in the Prninsola and Prance, including the defence of Tarifk and aflUr of Casaa 
Vlcjaa, batda of Barrosa, actions of Aroyo del Molino and Almaraa, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (S5th, 30th and Slit 
Jaly), Pass of Maya. Nivelle, NIve, Bayonne, and Ortbesi affair at St Palais, and battle of Toulouse. 

IS Cape. Ednmnds was severely wounded in action In Afghanistan in Aug. I84S. 

14 Lieut Lister was wooadcd la action at IsUlif. # 



Bm^ for 

S«rTir«,84 



rStrvfay 



Yeafi* 8erT. 


67 


PuU 


Half 


P*y. 


Paj. 


44 


81 


31 


2 


36 





33 


h\ 


20 





30 





24 


17 


27 


ft 


15 





26 


4A 


12 





18 





12 





15 





17 





10 





10 





13 











9 





9 





9 





8 





8 





10 





6 






6 
6 
9 
5 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 















3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





3 





2 





1 





1 





17 


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37 





18 





10 





7 





8 






Thil Affure of " Britannia,'*'-** ROLEIA'*^'* VIM IBRA*'— " OORUNNA*— *« BrSACO"— 
"SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— •' ST. 8BBA8TIAN"— ** NIVE"— « PBNINSULA.* 

Cdonel-'JIf Sir John Cameron,' KCB. Ent. 25 Sept. 1787 ; Li. 30 Sept. 00 ; 

Capt. 11 July, 94 ; Mqj. 9 Oct 1800; Lt.-Col. 28 May, 07 ; Co<. 4 June, 14 ; 

Mqier-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Ltetti.'Om. 10 Jan. 37 ; Cd. 9th Begt. 31 May, 33. 
Lieut,'ColoneU.—8ir John M'CaakUl,* KCB.KH. Em, 10 March, 97 ; Lieui. 14 

May, 1801 ; Capt. 6 March, 06 ; Brevet-Mqjm't 12 Aug. 19 i BegtL-Mqj. p 1 1 

March, 24 -, Lieut.-Col. p 17 Feb. 25 ; Col. 28 June, 38. 
Ahra. Beresford Taylor,* CB.KH. Ens. 14 Feb. 11 ; LietU. 24 Dec 12; Capt. 

22 April, 25 ; Mqjor, P 19 April, 33 ; Lteut.-Col. 23 No?. 41. 
Mqfan.^9 George Lenox DaTiB,^ Ent. 16 Sept. 08; Lieut. 15 Oct 11 ; Capt. 

7 April, 25 ; Mqjor, p 17 Oct. 37. 
9 Charles Barnwell,* Em. 30 July, 07 ; Lieut. 30 Mar. 09 ; Capt. 19 May, 14; 

Brevet'Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjor^ 23 Nov. 41. 



Captains. 

Arthur Ogle* .... 
Chas. Douglas, t. 
9 Wm. Henry Hartman** 
Matthew Smith 
PrankllnLushington",CB. 
9 Francis Stanford^ 
Arthur Borton ... 
Robert Joseph Sdmoads'* 
Wm. Wellington Powell 

James Dunne 

L1BUTBNANT8. 

JohnF.Field 

Voland Vashon Ballard, r. 
Charles Myers Creagh . . 
Geoige Alex. Tytler .... 

Charles Elmhirst 

Duncan Munro Bethune 
Rich. Gibbons Morgan 

WUliam Shelton 

Fred. D. Listeria 

Geoige Cubitt 

Lionel Uook 

Blayney Walshe 

Cluis. Spencer Gaynor 
Archibald Bluntish . . 
John Urban Vigors . . 
Alexander Taylor .... 
Wm. Graham Cassldy 
Wm. Willis WiUUms.. 

Robert Daunt 

Tho. Ed. Bowerbank Dent 
Frederic Percy Lea 
William Burden... 
Francis Sievwright. 

EN8ION8. 

Edwin Morton 

Henry Thomas 



BN8IUN. 



P 29 April 42 
II Apr. 42 
Robert Gordon Cummlngj 22 July 42 
Henry Jobling Wallack. . 
Richard O'Connor ..*... 
William Hill Forster .... 
George Harrington Hawes 
Jolm Hanham 



P 1 Apr. 24 
never 
9 July 03 

16 Sept 16 
P 16 July 29 

21 Oct 13 
P 13 July 32 
P30Dec. 26 
P 16 Nov. 32 
P 27 Apr. 29 

P 28 June 27 
P 7 Mar. 34 
P 14 Mar. 34 
P 28 Oct 31 
P 14 Aug. 36 

17 Apr. 35 
P29Dec. 36 

22 May 35 
16 Sept 36 

P 1 July 36 

5 Sept 34 

P28Ang. 38 

9 Nov. 38 

7 Dec. 38 

P 27 Feb. 35 

21 June 39 

27 Mar. 40 

P 10 Apr. 40 

P28 July 40 

P 19 Feb. 41 

P24 8ept41 

26 Oct 41 

3 Dec. 41 



LIKUT. 



P 8 Sept 26 
19 May 14 
28 Mar. 05 
31 Dec. 23 
10 Oct 33 
1 Sept 20 

P 3 Apr. 35 

10 Jan. 31 
9 May 35 

P 17 Nov. 32 

ai Feb. 34 

P 16 Sept 36 

8 Nov. 36 

p 13 Mar. 35 

P 17 Oct 37 

21 Mar. 38 
P25May 38 
PSOOct 38 
P22 Feb. 39 
P26 Apr. 39 
4 Dec. 38 

81 Dec. 39 

27 Mar. 40 
P28Ju]y 40 
P20NOV.38 

30 July 41 
6 April 42 

11 July 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P21 July 43 

19 Aug. 43 

13 Oct 43 

P 22 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 16 July 20 
P 16 June 26 

30 Oct 12 

8 Feb. 34 

P 30 Oct 38 

1 Mar. 39 

30 July 41 

23 Nov. 41 
P21 July 43 

19 Aug. 43 



BRBV.-HAJ. 



23 Dec. 42 
28 June 38 
22 July 30 
28 Dee. 42 
28 Dec 42 



prtcadlnff pafe. 

8 LC-CoL TiylOTMrttd tai the 
AacfftoM «rmr. inehidtac the tatttn 
of ChryMler*! faim, and NUsam 
(■CTerrlf wtwBdcd Uuwigb *■ ngl4 
lci>i •leg* of PMi Bft*. Upi. I0H i 

bur, KouTM, and R]rttMV to tlw 
Baat todies In lilS« •toe •mamU 
amA eapCarr of aetve to ISlt. Scrvrd 
the cMBpAlfoe to Ave, toeludtaff the 
aetioa ai DkIU (wwaAadX aciark 



Donebew. 

4 Ii«J«r Dtvla tmA to lh#> P<r- 
ntoffula from the Utter pert of IMS, 
aaill taken prlaooer «t Logoi. 9 Jan. 
1800, where he waa left daBi(«rowly 
lU. PriMoer of vv to Prance enttl 
April 1814. 

i M^or BanweU aerrtd to 
PenlnnUa tram July 1808 to the 
of (he war, Inetodfaii tho ta«lea of 
Roleia. Vtatiem. PimbAos d*OMr. IM 
•lege of Badajoa, aaMolt and i 
•f Ctudad aodrlo*, ■Icfo 
lag of Bad«iM,hanlcsef i 
Vlttorta, PyrMoea, NlTrllc, Kirr, 
Otthea, aad Tenlmiae. 
« U»tvt Ogle waa wooded to tore- 
lag the Khjbtr Paaa. Ml Ape. IMS. 

7 Capi Staafbnl M>rT«d In the campaign of 1814, and 
preaent at tbe bauie of Toulonae. Serf cd alao to 

the Mahmtu war In 1817. 

8 Qnartfr.Maatcr Scott aerrfd to Holland, to 179», 
and waa prearai in the aetion of the 18th ScpC Serred 
alto to the Peninaula ftou Aug. 1808 to Aug 1888 and 
agate fhnn Jan. 181S la June 1814, including the kattlo 
of Vtmlera, captut* of Oporto, hattle of Vttlarta, aicve 
of San Scbaitian. bntUea of thn NIro on the 8lh. 18»h. 
and Itm Dm>, I81A 

IS Major Lttihington waa wrergly nenndtd to 
to Adkhanlalaa to SepC 18IS. 



P22 July 43 

23 Sept 41 
P 22 July 42 

24 Nov. 43 
P22Dec. 43 

Paymaster. — Robt.Blunti4b, 14 Dec. 09 
A({futant. — Lieut. Duncan Munro Bethune, 2 Dec. 39. 
Quarter-Master.'-llf James Scott/ 17 Dec. 07. 

Surgeon. — James Malcolm, 2 July 41 ; A.-S. 26 Mar. 28 ; Hotp.'A$9t. 14 Dee. 28. 
/IgtM^.-^'ur^coitf.— William Hanrey,28 March, 34. 

Robert IlarUiill, 29 Dec. 37. 
Robert Beresfurd Gahan, 17 June, 36. 
Faeing$ Yellow. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

Cauiu an lenrod to 1784, at the rrductlon of Marttoiqac. (Including the •lege of Pwrt Bo uihu n and other mino* 
St. Lnela. and Onadafcwpe ; and at the defence «f the Utgrr to the une year, Inrlnding the •arike IVeaa, and aaaawU 
vf Port Plenr d* Ipee. the nttton of the SOth Sept. at Berraie. and other combaU tu the 7th Oct . when he waa atrert- ly 
woundcdand taken prUoner. Srrrcd in the Oth Regc In Purtngid, Spain, and Prance, fHna 1808 to the end of the war. a^l 
haa irerlvcd honorary dittlnetluna (« crota and three claapa) ceerrapondtog with Ihoac borne on the cdfaora af the 8to M»t\ 
with the cacepttoa ol *• Rolcla." where bit pcedocenor. in rnmmaail of tho let BattoUoa, fell oMttally wounded. WMldr« tSe 
ahoTC, he waa pceeeni la other general aeUona, and tonie of a partial nature, via. t the aaaanti of the fertlStd Convent of s«n 
Barthotomew, In front uf San SebaMUn, 17 Jaly 1813. which waa carried by the fOi Rcgt. t repulae of toe aartir Oth Aug. . 
pactage of the BMaaaoa, and tionning of the hrlghta i Inreatment of Bayoone, and aortle feom the left Won of the Admit 
Vrxfd In Canada to 1814 and tS. Dorlag ibr above •ervire, Mr John waa o<m* M>Tt-rrl« and twiee allghtly 
twice wrerely eonluaod i he ha« ajan had iwn harim ahot nadet him, oarnl BuaaM, the other at th« Nirt . 



I Sir 
affUri), 



for 



'Serving in Fort 



Ynra'Serv 



53 



Fall 



SS 
30 

18 

19 



10 
18 
25 
24 
10 
18 
18 
8 
29 
24 

5 

4 
5 
4 
9 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
4 
6 
5 
5 
3 
3 
3 
4 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
I 
1 
1 
1 
34 
3 
16 
18 
3 
2 
5 



Half 



iBdin. April. 184a.] 10/A ( Sra^J iVbrfA Lincolnshire) Regt. of Foot [wSiSm/senS. 

The " Sphinx," with the words, " EGYP'F'— " PENINSULA." 
CotaneL--^ Wi Sir John Lambert/ OCB. Ens. 27 Jan. 1791 ; Lieut, & Cajp^ 9 

Oct. 03 ; Capt. k LietU.-Col, 14 May, 01 ; Col 26 July, 10; Mqf.-Gen, 4 June, 

13 ; Lieut.' Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Noy. 41 ; Col. 10th Regt. 18 Jan. 24. 
Lieui.'ColoneU.-^9 James Considine,' KH. Ent. 18 May, 00 ; Lieut. 27 Dec. 10; 

Capt. P29 Aug. 22 ; Mqf. p 11 July, 26 ; Lt.-Col. 1 July, 28 ; Col. 23 Not. 41. 
9 SiB John Luard,' C<>r. p25 May, 09; Lt. P30 May, 11 ; Capt. p13 Dec. 21 ; 

lf<;;or, p 17 Oct. 34; Brevet- Lieut. -Col. 28 June, 38 ; Lt.-Col. 31 Dec. 42. 
Maj(n-».^yfm. Marsden Wetenhall, Ens. P23 Sept. 24; Lieut. P16 Mar. 26 ^ 

Capt. P 31 Aug. 30 ; Major, 17 Dec. 42. 
Christopher Limebear Strickland, Enx. p31 March, 25; Lieut. P8 April^ 26; 

Capt. P 24 May, 33 ; Mqj<yr, 27 Dec. 42. 



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Captains. 
Tho. Harte Franks. 
George Staunton, $. 
Wm. Henry Goode 
Thomas Miller . . . 
William Fenwick . 
Edward Shanly,* . 
John Cassidy Stock 
Henry Errington Longden 
Geo.Burgoyne Sutherland 
Mitchell George Sparks 
Lieutenants. 

John James Bull 

John Tayler Gorle 

Samuel Hobson 

Morton Grove Mansel . . 

Edward Lee 

Henry Sail 

Henry And. HoUinsworth 
Henry Radford Norman 
John R. Graham Pattison 
Walter Yonge Beale .... 
Robert George Jephson . . 
Richard Brandram Gwilt 
^((m.Pet.Foulkes Lysaght 
Jas-VanHartnalsMontagu 
Geo. Marshall Koipe. . . 

Henry Roe Evans 

Charles Doyle Patterson 
Alexander Montgomerie 
MarshaU Valentine Bull 

John Taylor 

John Boidyshe 

Wm. Henry Emerson .^ 
John Sweeting Herbert. . 

Ensigns. 
Michael Creagh Singleton 
Stewart C. C. Galloway . . 
Charles James lindam.. 

John Miller 

John William Medhurst 
John Thomas Chandler. . 

Joseph Curry 

Augustus Angelo 



BNSIQN. 



P 7 July 25 

P 5 Oct. 26 

21 May 18 

9 Jan. 17 

26 Dec. 34 

1 June 26 

23 Mar. 26 

16 Sept. 36 

8 Dec. 14 

4 Nov. 19 



P 8 June 39 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P 22 Nov. 39 

15 Dec. 40 

P 12 June 35 

8 Dec. 37 

8 July 37 

P 23 Feb. 38 

28 June 38 
P 5 Oct 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P30Oct. 38 
P27 Feb. 41 
P17 April 40 
P 22 Feb. 39 
P 4 May 39 

21 June 39 
P24 Sept. 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P28 Dec. 41 
P 14 Feb. 40 
P 2 April 42 
8 April 42 

P 6 May 42 

28 May 42 

8 Nov. 42 

8 Nov. 42 

P 20 Jan. 43 

24 Mar. 43 

P31 Mar. 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 26 Sept. 26 
P 15 Feb. 31 
P 31 July 23 

19 April 27 
p 8 June 39 

10 Sept. 30 

1 Feb. 20 

P 7 Aug. 40 

15 June 20 

26 Dec. 23 



P 16 Not. 41 

P28 Dec. 41 

P 1 AprU42 

P 2 April 42 

P 13 April 39 

1 Sept 40 

8 April 42 

8 AprU 42 

8 April 42 

8 April 42 

8 April 42 

8 April 42 

P 15 April 42 

P22 April 42 

20 May 42 

22 July 42 

4 Oct. 41 

P 25 Nov. 42 

P 20 Jan. 43 

17 Dee. 42 

2 Jan. 43 

P 31 Mar. 43 

10 Nov. 43 



p 1 Mar. 39 

P 8 June 39 

29 Dec. 40 

16 July 41 

P 15 April 42 

27 Dec 42 
12 July 42 

P31 Mar. 43 
10 Oct 26 

28 June 36 



BREV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



S OoL CootidiiM tenrcd in tb* 
PcniiuaU and South of Pnne« from 
May, IBIO, until Um end of Feb. 
1814,— with the 4Srd Light Inftuitry, 
foimiaff pAit or tho Light Diviiioo.— 
•nd wu pment aad engaged in tho 
roUofring battles, liegei, Ac. Cam- 
paign of 1810— action of the Coa, 
bottle of Buaaeo, and lundry tklimU 
■bea during the retreat through Por* 
tugal and to the Lines of Torres Vo- 
draa. Campaign of 1811— actions of 
Pombal, Redbsha, Casal Noto, Fos 
d'Aroucc, and Sabugal ) battle of 
Puentes d'Onor, Srd and 5th May. 
and minor skirmishes during the 
year. Campaign of 181t-«iege and 
assault of Ciudad Rodrigo. siege and 
assault of BadaJoi~ severely wound- 
ed while mounting the breach, bav<. 
ing been shot through the body and 
lungs, and slightly wounded in tho 
left leg \ ailhlr of Castrajon and tlM 
Gutrena, battle of Salamanca, ad« 
▼ancc to and capture ol Madrid, ro< 
treat to the frontiers of Portugal, and 
action of San Munos. Campaign of 
181S— akirmishes in the Pyrenees ia 
July and Aug., parage of tbe Bidaa- 
soa, attaelt on tbe fortified heights of 
Vera, and battle of Nivelle— serercly 
and dangerously wounded by a mus<> 
ket shot, which broke ttie left thigh dose to the hip. 
joint ; this wound obliged him to return to Eogland the 
end of Pcb. 1814. la Oct. following, embarked with 
the SzpcdiUon under Sir Edward Pakraham, and waa 
present at ttie operations before and the attack on New 
Orleans, 8th Jan. ISlb. Landed with hU corps at Os. 
tend on tho 16th June % waa present at the capture of 
Psris, and remained tbe whole time with tbe Army of 
Occupation in Prance. 

4 Captain Shsnly serred the camfalgns of 1813, 14, 
nod 1&. in Upper Canada, and waa present at tho 
battles of Chippewa and Lundy's Lane (wounded). 



10 Nov. 43 

Paymaster.— 9 Cuthbert Barlow,» 3 Jan. 28 ; Ens. 7 Jan. 10; Lieut. 13 Jan. 14. 
Adjutant.— Lt. Hon, P. F. Lysaght, 31 Mar. 43. « « . «« 

Quarter-Master.— Jone^h Goodfellow,® 21 Feb. 28. [Hosp.- Assist. 7 Sept. 26. 
5iir^wn.— Robert Joynt Gordon Grant, 2 July, 41 ; Assist.-Surg. 14 Feb. 28; 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Henry Clinton Foss, 26 Feb. 41. 

Wm. Anthony Tongue, 11 Mar. 42. 
James Gordon IngIis,M.D., 29 Mar. 39. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

Sir John Lambert served the campaign of I7W, in Plandcrs. with the 14 Foot 0«"?«;J»f»°i»"« *••*<•»? °' ^'*t?" 
ciennes, the Action at Lineelles. and at Dunkirk. Embarked with tbe E.pedition to North Holland in 1800, and »"»»»*• 
acUons of tbe ffth Aug., lOth and 19th Sept., Sd and Oth Oct. Served in the Peninsula, under Sir John Moore, in 1808-9, 
and was present at the battle of Coninna. Embarked on U»e Eapedition to the Scheldt, in 1809, »»««»""»«»* of ">« Ljght 
Companies of tbe 1st and 3d Brigades of Guaids, Embarked on tbe 30th May, 1811, in command of the 3d BatUlion 1st 
Ooarda. for Cadix i ordered, on 8rth Jan. 1811, by Lord Wellington, to proceed with a brigade to Carihagena ; "-tura^V* 
Cadia, 16th April, and took toe command of the rescrre in the Isia de Leon. Joined the main army at Salamanca 9lh Oct. 
Placed on Uie Staff of the Army under tbe Duka of Wellington, and appointed to a Brigade in the 6U» DlTision, on tte 4tb 
iime. 1813 1 present at the batUes of the NIvelle. Nlvc, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has recelTcd a Cross. Serred 
afterwards In America, and waa present at the attack on New Orleans. 6th Jan. 1816. and siege of Fort Bowyer. Commanded 
n Brigade during the campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo. . . „ .u .i ^i- n^...t..i b.hi.*.. 

3 Lt. Col. Luaid served in the Peninsula, from Jan. IBI I until the end of tbe war. Including the actions of Pomb*!. Rfdinha. 
Condrlaa. Campo Mayor, I^s Santoi. and I'sagre, sieges of LiutUd Rodrigo, Burgos, and S*''^**""' ''•;*i;,°',i;*^""' 
bloekad.- uf Pampcluna, and battle of Toulouse. Present at Waterloo 16lh June. 1816. Siege of Bhurtpore 182--6. 



1 



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60 



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41 
45 



31 



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26 


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nth{T7ie North Devonshire) Regiment of Foot. [ «*Ku?SSr 

" 8ALA VAVCA" — " PTBMUB'' — " NlTBlLB" — " ?Hy«»* — **0BTHU» — « TOOIAUSB*' 

— " Pbbixsoxjl." CoUmel. 

9 Sir John Wilson/ KCB. J5^. 26 Mar. 1794; LUvt. 12 Aug. 05 ; Capt. 18 

Jan. 99; Mqjorj^l May, 1802; Lieut-CoL 22 Dec. 08; CoL 4 June, 14; 

M(Q.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieui.-Qtn. 28 June, 88; Col. 11th Begt. 10 May, 41. 
Lieut.-CoUmel—Sir Michael Creagh,* KH. £n$. 9 May, 02 ; Lieut. 28 Feb. 04; 

Capt. 25 Nov. 09 ; Major, p 24 Oct. 21 ; Lieui.-Col P31 Dec. 30. 
Mqfor4.^9 CecU Bisshopp,^ CB. Conuf^ 10 Dec. 1799; Lieut. p14 Oct 00; 

Capt, 23 June, 08; B revet- Afq^or, 27 May, 26; Brevet* Lieut.- CoL 19 Jan. 26; 

RegtL'Mqfory 6 Sept. 34; Col. 23 Not. 41. 
Oa Henry KeaM Bloomfteld,* Ensign, 30 Sept. 13; Lieut. p7 Aug. 17; 

Capt. P 1 April, 24 ; Bretfei-Mqfor, 28 June, 38; Jtfq/or, p20 Peb.^1. 



Captains. 

\Vm. ChambrS 

Edward Sterling Fannar 

John Fordyce 

Edward Moore * * 

John Singleton 

John Tobin 

Bertram Charles Mitford 
Alexander Cockbum .... 

JamesForbes 

Edward Lynch Blosse . . 
Lieutenants. 

James Goold 

Lewis Alex. Pat. Boyd . . 

Aug. Fred. Jenner 

Samuel Symes Cox .... 
Valentine Fred. Story . . 

William Kenny 

Alex. S. 0. Jauncey .... 
Jas. Talbot Stanley .... 
JamesHowardFetherstone 
Owen Florance Louis Ward 

Cosmo NcTille 

John Walpole D'Oyly . . 
Lawre. Hartshome Scott 

Ensigns. 
Theodore Thomas Boyd . . 

William Chalmers 

James Pattison 

J. R. T. Hastings Parker 
Frederick Duffy Bewes . . 
Henry Maynard Ball .... 
John Alexander Hunter.. 
Rich. Oliver Fra. Stewart 



ENSIGN. 



9 July 11 
2 Jan. 17 
P18 Dec. 28 
21 May 18 
P 17 June 26 
P 28 Dec. 25 
P27 April 27 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P 16 Nov. 33 

P 15 Sept. 25 
21 May 29 
P 9 Oct. 35 
P13N0V. 35 
P 25 Nov. 36 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P 15 Feb. 30 
P 4 Jan. 30 
P 12 June 40 
p 26 Feb. 41 
Pll June 41 
P17 Sept. 41 
25 Oct. 42 



LIEUT. 



27 May 12 
P 10 Jan. 22 
Pll May 32 
7 Apr. 25 
P31 Dec. 27 
P 16 Aug. 27 
P 3 May 31 
P27 May 36 
P 10 July 37 
P25Jan. 30 

21 May 29 
P 9 Oct 35 
P21 June 39 
P 12 June 40 

30 Oct. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 17 Sept. 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 22 Nov. 42 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 21 July 43 
P 6 Sept. 43 
PIS Oct. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 Jan. 
P 18 Oct. 
P 5 Aug. 
7 Feb. 
P15 Feb. 
30 Oct 
P 26 Feb. 
P 13 Dec. 
P21 July 



22 
33 
36 
39 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



BREY.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



P 5 8ept43l 



4 Colonel Bltshopii't MTrieet t— Cuapalg* 
batii* <rf ConiiUM I expedtrloa to Walehcmi i cwapftlfa 
in ck^ foutti of France ; capture of Bburtpore in ISSS. 

ft M^or Bloomllvid Mrrrd the ouBpalfn of IStA» 
includtnc the hettle of Waterloo, itomtng of Cam 
braf, and capture of Paris. 

5 Pajrmaater Boyd aoeompanied tbe oprditioa la 
Waleberen, and was pretrot at tbe aicye of Pluahtaic. 

7 Mr. Leonard tcrred la tbe Pcainmila tnm MMf 
ISIl to Sopc ISU. 



P2I Jan. 42 
8 Nov. 42 

P 22 Nov. 42 

P 13 Dec. 42 

P 14 April 43 

P21 July 43 

P 5 Sept 43 

P29 Sept. 43 
Paymaster. — Alexander Boyd,* 8 Feb.21 ; Ens. 14 Sept 08; Xietrf.9 Aug. 09. 
At^futant.^Lieut. L. A. P. Boyd, 26 March, 41. 
Quarter-Master. — J. J. Grant, 5 Oct. 38. 

5ur^tfon.~9 Daniel Leonard,^ 2 Aug. 33; AS. 11 May, 16; H. A. 12 Mar. 11. 
Assistant-Surg. — ^Thomas Quy, MD. 28 Jan. 42. 
Pacings f Oreen. — Agents, Messrs. Stoddart k. M'Origor. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane k Co. 

[Returned from Canada, 19 June, 1840.] 

1 sir John WUmm aenred la the West ladle* la 1796, aad waa preeeat at the eaptatc of St. Lncte. tnelndinc tbe tteft of 
Motne Fortaarc. Alao at the taking of St. Vineent. iMlodlnir the operation* ac^aM the Owls la that Island, b July M- 
lowlnc he was nade prisoner of war. aad esnied Into Ouadaloape. In Jan. 1797, be was capturtd a(ala la tbe Britisli 
Chaanel. la 1796 be was at tbe Ukiuf of Miaorea. la |(MQ, embarked on an expedition acslnst Cadia. la l«OI, to 
Bryp<« ■»! was present la the sctloas of the IStb aad Sltt March, and daring tbe whole of that campaifn. Proceeded to 
tbe Peolnsola in I8IW, aad was severely wooaded at the battle of Vlaitera. la Jaa. 1%09. be Jolacd tbe Lusllaalaa legloa, 
aad acted with this corps during aa arduous period of service, la which It was repeatedly engaged with the «a f y 
Msplnyed ia coeeriog Ciudad Rodrigoaad Almeida. la Jnae IS10. he was atuched to the Portuguese army, aad 
the sobsequeat operatleas agalast Marshal Soolt, m well In tbe aotth of Portugal as <« the eastern ft onder . 
adraaccd corps of Marshal Bemford's army. la April 1811, he was appolated secuad In comaMBd to Otoeral Sileeira la 
the previace of Tras os Moates, aad aeled as such duriag a period of tbe operations against Puebla da Saaabrla. wbea tha 
place was takea by that general, la Sept following, be was appointed to the cnrnauiod of tbe advaaeed guard «f Oeacral 
B4JVeUar*s Corps d'Anuvc, aad cmptoycd ea Manbsl Masseaa's rear duriag his inraaioa of Portugal, beiag tepeaietfly 
engaged with tbe enemy. la April ISIt. took the Arid agala in eommairi of the Mllltia of the Provlace of Mlaba, aad was 
cagagrd la astiee opemlloes against Marsiial Msnaont, oa tbe frontiers of tbe Belra. In June ISIS, Joined tbe army at hi* 
awn request, aad was appointed to tbe commarfl ofthe lit Portuguese Brigade of laCsatry. with which h« served at tbe slega 
of San Sebastlaa. tbe passage of tbe Bidastoa. and batUc of tbe Nlvelle i aad on tbe 18th Nov. foUowlag, belBf engaged witb 
bis Brlgsde, be was again severely woun<:cd. Sir John has received a medal for San Sebastian. 

5 Sir Michael Creagb accompanied the expedition under Sir David Baird to the Ca|ie of Good Hope la 190S, wouadrd la 
Ae aclioa of tbe Blue Berg— was desperately wounded by a raaaoa-thoC on the left shouM rr (whic h klUcd six of his mea) 
at the attack oa Bourbon, In 1410 \ served In tbe Nahracta war. and duriag the Pindarree war of ISI7 aad 1^ 
Commanded a strong detachment during that harmsting war In tbe Interior of Ceylon in 1819, when out of the Oaak earn, 
panies of the regiment (SOO siruag) oaly 47 returned to tbe coast Sir M. bas served with his r e gl ms ni ka att 
quarters of tbe globe. 

6 Paymaster Barlow sirved in lb ■ Pealasola from Aug. lilQ to April, ISIS t the campaign agalast Nepoul la ISIS i aad 
the Nshratu campaigns of INiy aad 18 1 aad was prrsent at the btttlr of Jubblrpore. I9lh l>ev. 1817* 

6 gusrter- Master Ooodfrllnw terved at the capture of Haitras, aad ite Mshratto eampalgns of 1S17 sad 18. Sen^ alM 
at tbe tifgff aad capture of Bburtpora. 



SJ^o Aui^iS?:] 12rt ( The East Suffolk) Regt of Foot [ Scrrint »t the itountioi. 



TMn'SerT< 



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11 
19 
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" MINDEN"— " GIBRALTAR"— with the CastU and Key^*^ Ufantis Insignia 

Co/pe"—" 8ERINGAPATAM"—" INDIA." 

Coloneh—Hm. Robert Meade, Ens. 7 Nov. 1787 ; Lieut, 16 May, 03 ; Capt, 
23 Sept. 93 ; MqjoTy 30 Oct. 94 ; Lieut.'Col. 10 Mar. 96 ; Coh 29 April, 02 j 
Mcfjor-Oen. 26 Oct. 09 } Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Qen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 
12th Regt. 9 Oct. 23. Lieut.-ColaneL 

Ar#(;or«.-— John Patton, Ens. 18 Sept. 17 ; Lieut. PI Mar. 21 ; Capt. p 10 Sept. 

26; Mqjar, P 31 Oct. 34 ; Lieut.-Col P 18 Aug. 48. 
Sir Robert Andrews Douglas, Bart., Ens. 20 Dee. 24 ; Lieut, p 17 Sept. 26 ; 

Capt. P 17 Jan. 28 ; Brevet-Mtuor, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, p 26 Oct. 42. 
Sterlmg Freeman Glover, Ens. 21 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. 26 Nov. 13; Capt.^ 31 May, 

33; Af/y'gr, P18 Aug. 43. 























Captains. 

William Bell 

J. M. Perceval 

Charles Granet 

Alfred Home 

Thomas Brooke 

Thomas Moore 

John Francis Kempt .... 
Hew Dalrym.Fanshawe,*. 
Robert George Duff .... 

Perrott Thornton 

Patrick Francis Blake . . 
Bennett Watkins Gillman 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Francis Gilbert Hamley 
Charles Robert Storey . . 

Samuel Reed 

William Robert Lewis . . 

Henry D. Persse 

John Marcon, d. pm 

Augustus Fred. Braham . . 

William Longfleld 

William Dickson Butcher 

John Holder 

George Curzon Bisshopp 
James Clarke Heam .... 

Richard Atkinson 

Henry Segpiive 

James Wm. Espinasse . . 

Ensions. 
Michael Lawrence, d.a4f» 
Wm. Edward Crofton . . 
John Reynolds Palmer . . 

Edward Foster 

William Stewart 

Geo. H. Melville Johnston 

Thomas Dundas 

Robert Seymour Walpole 
Geo. Richard Littlehales 



BNSIOW. 



LIEUT. 



P 3 April 27 
P 21 June 33 
P 19 July 31 
P19 Nov. 26 
P 31 Oct. 34 
30 Mar. 14 
P 16 Juno 30 
4 July 34 
P 29 July 36 
P 13 Jan. 37 

26 Jan. 26 
P 23 Aug. 37 

P 7 Aug. 35 
P 16 June 30 

16 June 30 
P 21 Feb, 34 

22 April 36 
P 18 May 38 
P 26 June 38 
P 22 Mar. 39 
P 27 Sept. 39 
P 14 Feb. 40 
P 12 June 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P18 Mar. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 
P 30 Apr. 42 

8 Nov. 40 
16 Apr. 42 

1 May 42 

2 May 42 

3 May 42 
P 2 Aug. 42 

27 Dec. 42 
P17 Feb. 43 



P 8 Oct. 80 
P 18 Mar. 86 
P 23 Jan. 36 
P27 Nov. 28 
P 29 July 86 

25 Nov. 21 
19 May 87 

P 26 May 88 

P 26 June 88 

P 22 Mar. 89 

80 July 29 

16 Oct. 40 

P 26 July 37 
29 Jan. 86 

26 July 33 
26 June 38 
13 Mar. 40 

8 Feb. 42 

29 Apr. 42 

29 Apr. 42 

29 Apr. 42 

P20 Apr. 42 

P 13 May 42 

P 16 Aug. 42 

P17 Feb. 43 

P 12 May 43 

P 18 Aug. 48 



CAPTAIN. 



P 3 July 35 

P 18 May 38 

P 27 Apr. 38 

P21 Feb. 34 

p 15 May 40 

30 Sept. 86 

29 Apr. 42 

Pis May 42 

p 26 Oct. 42 

P 12 May 43 

6 May 42 

P 18 Aug. 43 



BREY-lf AJ< 



4 Ur. Cotton wat at the f leg* 
and capture of Bhurtpore, In 
188A and 20. 



P 12 May 48 

William Barry Drew Ip18 Aug. 43 

PayiiMMfer.— Robert Willington Kyffin, 17 Sept. 41 ; Ens. 14 May 12 ; Lieut. 
Adjutant.^Lieat. F. G. Hamley, 10 Nov. 40. [2dDec.l8; Capt.W Sept.40. 
Quarter-Master. — John Cowell, 20 Oct. 43. 
Surgeon. — ^Thomas F. Cotton,^ 13 Mar. 86; Assist. -Surg. 17 Aug. 16; Hosp.' 

Assist. 4 Oct. 13. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — John Booth, 17 July, 36. 

James Walker Chambers, M.D. 4 Oct 39. 
Facings Yellow — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

repttlwd (iM Shaaiu aad BumeM at Prome « tlie nest day, ftomwd the Uom and heif ht> near Prone i stormed Melloon ISlh 
iaa. ISM, where he rceetved a tevere wotuid. In Oet. 1838 was appointed to the command of the lit Bengal Brif ade of the 
army of the Indva, which tamed the advance throuffhout the campaign In Afl^hanlttan. Commanded a detachment of S&OO 
Men mnl to GIrUhfc tai May 18V i on tfie Bid July, commanded the atonninff party at the fortrcM of Ohusnee. where he 
received a Mbre ent on the chin, and c ontua k wa on tfie cheat and ihouldcr from mitiket halla. Commanded a Ibree acat to 
iobdae the Kohlatan country in Sept 1S40 ; aamulted and raptnicd the town and forta of Tootumdnrrah ; took and destroy cd 
the Carta of Jhoolfhor and Baboo Koosh Ghnr, and the town and flart of Kardarrah i drove the enemy, under ihe command 
of Doai Mahommfd Khan, from the forti and town of Perwan, when Doit M ahommnd Khan (led, and surrendered himself to 
Sir Wm. Maenafhten. the Envoy and Minister, oo which the force returned to CahuL Severely wounded— shot through 
(he leg— In forcing the Rhoord Cabul Pass, on the itth Oct. 1841 j and slightly wounded al the storming of the Heighia 
of Jogdultaek on the 8th Sept. 4S. Medal fur Jellalabad. 

I Lt. Col. Squire served the campaigns of 1810, 11. and 13, In the Peninsula. In the Burmese warla 18S4. 

4 Lt. Col. Vigors served during the campaigns of 1838 A 89 inlAffghanistan. Commanded the two flank eonpanics of the 13th^ 
»bi«h fanned a part of the detachment under Sir R. Sale sent to Girishk in pursuit of Khaundei Khan, late raler of Candahar. 
Commanded the left flank company with the advance under C'doncl Dennle at the assault and capture of the fort of Ohusnce. 



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.l.^?:/j'abfwS] nth, or Prince Alberei Regt of Light Infantry. [^'iSi'" 

The *<5i»A|nx/* vitb Um wordi^ »• EGYPT," " MARTINIQUE/' "AVA," "APPGHANISTAN/* "tiUUZNEE.** 

A Mural Crown, tupencribed *« JELLALABAD." 

Colonel, 
Sir Robert Henry Sale/ GCB. Ens. 24 Sept. 95; Lieut. 13 April, 97 ; Cap/ 

23 March, 06 ; Mqjor, SO Dec. 13; Lieut.-Col, 2 June, 25 : Co/. 28 June, 3t 

Co/, of the 13th, 15 Dec 43. 
Xteu/.-Co/one2f.~~9 Tristram Chamley Squire,' Ens, 24 April, 09 ; JU. p31 .' 

10; Capt, P18 Oct. 21 ; Brev.-Mqfor^ 10 Jan. 37 : Mqior, 21 April. 

Lieut,'Col. 2 Aug. 42. 
Horatio Nelson Vigors/ Ens, P12 April, 27; Xieu/. P 11 Aug. 29: 

P 27 Mar. 35 ; Mqjar, 20 Dec. 42 ; Lieut,-Col, 15 Dec. 43. 
Mqjors. — Henry Havelock,* CB. Ent, 20 July, 16 ; Lieut, p 24 Oct. 21 ; • 

5 June 38 ; Brevet-Major, 4 Oct. 42 ; ilf^or, 30 June 43. 
9 Richard Martin B|eredith,to Ens, 1 April, 13; Lieut, ^ Jan. 15: Capl. 

2 Sept. 38 ; Major, 15 Dec. 43. 

CAPTAIW. IBRBY.-MAJ. 



35 
17 



28 



25 



25 
22 
17 
17 
16 
14 
13 
12 
13 
12 

12 
10 
9 
9 
7 
8 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
2 
2 
2 



2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

26 

13 

31 

19 

8 

3 

3 



h 





6ft 






















































Captaiits. 
Fra. Wm. Stehelin" 
A. P. S. Wilkinson, CB." 
Hamlet Wade, CB. . . 
James Henry Fenwick 
PeterRedmond Jennings i^ 
Alex. Essex F. Holcombe 

George King 

RoUo Gillespie Burslem . . 
John Steward Wood .... 
Wm. Alex. Sinclair .... 

Lieutenants. 
Hon, E. J. W. Forester . . 
Fred. Gordon Christie . . 

DaTid Rattray 

George Mein'* 

Francis Levett Bennett . . 

George Wade 

John Wm. Cox 

Fred. Van Straubeniee • . 
Thos. Beckwith Speedy . . 
GnnyilleG. C. Stapylton 

Roberts. Parker 

Arthur Oakes 

Geoige Talbot 

Allen Montgomery 

Gerald FiU Gerald King 

John Head 

Thomas Henry Brcedon 
Peter Robert Burrowes. . 
Robert William Wade .. 
Louis Henry Bedford . • 

Ensigns. 
Charles Compton Abbott 
George Henry Tyler .... 
George Shaffner Pearson 
John Fred. Woolhonse . . 
Chu^les Walpole Hinxman 
Arthur Edward Frere . . 
James Duncan Longden 

MeWille Browne 

Henry Hogge 

Robert Becher Stowards 



ENSIGN. 



8 Oct. 12 
25 Dec. 22 

22 Feb. 27 
25 Oct. 27 

5 Aug. 28 

3 Dec. 30 

13 April 31 

13 AprU 32 

12 AprU 31 

23 June 32 



P 28 Dec. 32 

8 April 34 

P 27 May 35 

19 June 35 

P 25 July 37 

27 May 36 

26 June 38 
P 17 Aug. 38 

15 Mar. 39 

15 June 39 

5 July 39 

31 Dec. 39 

7 Feb. 40 

P17 Apr. 40 

P 3 No¥. 40 

P 15 Dec. 40 

P 26 Oct. 41 

28 Jan. 42 
P 15 April 42 

27 May 42 



22 July 42 

23 July 42 

24 July 42 
2 Aug. 42 

25 Oct. 42 
24 Feb. 42 
31 Mar. 43 
24 Feb. 43 

P22 Dec. 43 



LIBUT. 



4 Oct. 43 
4 Oct 4-2 
4 Oct. 42 



21 April 39 
6 Sept 39 

22 Apr. 40 
c 15 Dec. 40 

13 Jan. 42 
22 July 42 
2 Aug. 42 
20 Dec. 42 
30 June 43 
15 Dec. 43 



& Major HaTeloek wrwd In (k# 
Bunncae war la 1184, SS, aad K, m 
D«p. Aalst. A4Jt -OcMnO, and *»» 
prcMot at Ibe eiftw* of Krmuu- 
dln«, KimMraol.Biid Mell«on.wid lo 
Um aBClOD of PafhMD M*w. S«Trrd 
with Um amr of ftM Iad«t Md m 
Afl^hanbUa In ISIS, 41. and 42. m 
Ald«-4»-CMDp to Str Wmoofiily 
CotloB, PmUn la Hm i aUi to N«j . 
Oea. Blphinstwo and to Sir Rob«. 
Sale, and Drp. AmM. A4|t..Gm. » 
Sir Geo. Pollockli (taffe«, is whirti 
aiasy b« was ■ tticht' d to ttaa Inftiitn 
divlalon of four brlgadM fiiinnnilii 
by Str Jobn M«CaikllI :— pimn t u 
tfao siona and aaptart af Obaaa**^, 
In tba MTcral aeUoiu la fiaiiiai tb* 

In IS41. and at Um dcftne* nf tl» lat- 
ter place la 184 land 41. 
tbe risbt ealinna bi 
MabeouMd Akbar*> camp a* iha Tib 
AprU IS4S, Sir vblcb and 
■arr lo aa ba waa pnaaoSrd a 
of Malor by Biwct, aad a ppw toa i4 a 
Cooipaalon oT tba Batb. Ba 
tintbaadfooat 



8 Feb. 16 
16 Dec. 24 

9 Aug. 30 
30 Oct 31 

P22 Juned2 

12 Sept 34 
P 16 Jan. 35 
P 27 Mar. 35 
P 21 Aug. 35 

2 Aug. 36 

Apr. 38 

20 July 38 
2 Sept 38 

21 April 30 
P 5 July 39 

6 Sept 39 

22 Apr. 40 
30 Apr. 41 

23 Oct 41 

13 Jan. 42 

13 Jan. 42 
22 July 42 
22 July 42 

2 Aug. 42 

14 Oct 42 
19 Not. 42 

P 19 May 43 

14 Oct 43 

15 Dec. 43 
P22Dec. 43 

at tba t«-aaptai« of QabiiU aad waa 
•ealor ofllear of tba Staff durlag tba aareaiibn oparap 
tlona la tba Robiataa tmdar Sir Jaba M'CaabUl, nnd ai 
tba attacb on aad aaptara af lataltf. 

11 Captain StabaUa anvad tba wipt%iM af Mil 
and 14 la Canada, flrmil tbrmubniHTha B i wu B i *u, 
laalvdlaf eaptara of Cbaduba aad Kaaaraot ; «par»- 
tloM bcfora Baacoon. and attaek of Pacadn rvitet. 
It Maior WUkioaoaarrvad tbnwfboot tba Banavaa vaa. 
IS Quarl-Maatar Sbarldaa arrrad at tba Patrol \ 
tbrouffbout tba eaavaifa oT ISOl la BtTVt t at tba <a^ 
tttra of Martlalqao la ISSSt tbaaaibaut tba Banaaaa war. 

14 Capt lannlnga aad Dr. Wamaa wara waairtid i^ 
Uw aetioQ acar Jallalabad. 7tb April, ISCl. 



23 Dec. 43 
Poymof^tfr.— Harry Carew, 1 Feb. 31 ; Ens, 1 Jan. 11 ; Lieut, 19 March, 14. 
Ai^iutont,'^' Lieut i 

Quarter'Master,-^Mvk Sheridan," 18 Feb. 13. [Hasp,- Assist, 20 Dee. 25. 
^ur^Mm.^John Robertson, MD. 14 Dec. 41 ; Assist,'8ur(feony 13 Mareh, 26 ; 
Assistant'Surgemu.'-Qeorge West Barnes,'^ M.D. 8 April, 36. 

Alexander Adam Prout, 8 June, 41. is naat Maia vaa aanmij 
Thomas Goldie Scot, MD. 14 Dec. 41 . ^^^^'SUliHHA 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. priaooar la tba baada or tba < 

1 sir Boboti Sala tarrad at tba battla of Mallarally, aad alrfc aad ctona of Srrintapataaa, la 179S(MadaI) t 1kfmeh*-%s 
tba aampalfaa la tba Wyaaad aountry, la I8OI4 at tba ataru oT tba Travancorc llaaa, lo IMit 1 ca|4Bi« of tba laW ai rnoar*. a 
ISWi tbrei^nwt tba Banaata war In ISt4, M, and tS, and waa prcaaal at tbe raptarv oT Ra^oan,aad abilat bi rnaaiaaad of v^ 
Bagt. draaa tba mi my from tba vMalty of Kaaffoon, cfornwd iba •lorkadra near Kranindlar, alaa tba tatm ataaba<*« wfv 
Kunaiaal aad R^ada PWnt 1 atataMd tba aaaviy** llnat. oa tba lat 0«c 1W4, «ltb tba IStb aad SOO Srpoya t aa tba- «*>■. 
riaawailrrt a datall of ICOO nwa. aad dnnra tba nwaay fren aU tbair potlUona 1 oa tba Stb, caaiMaad 
attaeb oa tba laar oT iba aaenayl liar* oppoalta tba Great Paroda at Baaioea i oa tba 1Mb, atoraMd tba 
at Roklaa. aad tbara raaairrd a vary aarara wimad la tba baad % roaunandad a Brifada ampiotad 



la a* 



Buaatai aad aabaai|«aBt eparaUona. fttna lOib Fab. to tad May \Vtb\ on Iba lat Dae. 



tba tat BrtfMa. a« 



l.tfS'FenilSi.] Uth {Tlu! Buchinghwmldre) Regt. of Foot: te•'.^ir.«.^ 

On the Beftr>«kin Capt of the Orenadien and Drixtomert, the White Horte^ ** Nee ngpera ttrnrmU"'- 
TOURNAT'»—" CORUNNA"— *• JAVA"—" WATERLOO'*— " BHURTPORE." TbeJf&pal 



Yean*SerT 



61 



Poll 
Pay. 



38 



29 



23 



Hitlf 
Pay. 



2 



^ 



36 
35 
19 
22 
18 
id 
13 
19 
11 
18 

16 
13 
10 
10 



8 
8 
5 
7 
5 
6 
5 

4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
34 



8 

21 

18 

9 

3 







14 


16 
6 


























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Tiffer, raperacribed «' INDIA." 

Cofaneh 

Sir James Watson/ KCB., Ens, 24 June, 1783; Lieut, 18 April, 92 ; Capt. 11 
Mar. 06 ; Mt^or, 3 Dec. 02 ; Lieut.-CoU 16 May, 06 ; CoL 4 June, 14 ; 
Mqf'Oen, 19 July, 21 ; Lieut-Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 14th Regt. 24 May, 39* 

Lieut.'ColoneL—^ Mathiaa Everard,^ CB. &. KH. Bns, 28 Sept. 04 ; Lieut. 21 

March, 06 ; Capt. 23 April, 07 ; Brevet-Mcijory 19 July, 21 ; Mqj. 1 1 Nov. 25 ; 

Brevet'Lieut.-Col. 19 Jan. 28 ; Lieut.-CoL 4 Aug. 29 ; Col. 28 Nov. 41 . 
Majors. — Maurice Barlow, Ens. p 21 July, 14 ; Lieut. 23 March, 16; Capt* P 20 

Dec. 21 ; Mqior,Pl2 June, 28 ; Brevet- Lieut.- Col 23 Nov. 41. 
James Watson,^ Ens. 22 Mar. 21; Lieut. p26 Dec. 22; Capt, p 14 Dec. 32; 

Mqjor, P 10 Jan. 40. 



Captains. 

)9 Martin C. Lynch^ .... 
Cha. Rayner Newman*. . 

Tho. Holmes Tidy," s 

9 Joseph Smlth^ 

John Watson 

9B John Manley Wood 
Sir Jas. Edw. Alexander 'i 

Ralph Budd 

Arth. W. Campbell, «. . . . 
Wm. Thomas Colman . . 

Lieutenants. 

Hen. M. F. Stirke 

John Dwyer 

Edward Archdall 

William Douglas 

Edward Prothero, d. ad(j. 

William BlundeU 

9 John Spence^ 

Rob. Wm. Romer 

John Peter Hall 

Henry J. Warre, s. .... 

Thomas Hamilton 

David Tho. Armstrong . . 

John M'CuUochOToole'* 

Ensigns. 

Loftus Hare 

Thomas Dowse ...... 

Wm. Cosmo Trevor . , 
John Higgins Graham 
Robert Macdonald 
Benj. Hallowell Boxer 



ENSIGN. 



11 Feb. 
28 Sept. 
14 April 
16 Feb. 
20 July 
19 May 
P 20 Jan. 
10 Mar. 
16 Mar. 
7 SepL 



08 
09 

26 
08 



LIEUT. 



31 

16 

P28 
14 



26|P17 
14 6 
25 P26 
25 P16 
33 26 
16 13 



May 00 
Aug. 11 
Sept. 26 
Mar. 11 
May 27 
Sept. 21 
Nov. 26 
Mar. 26 
Dec. 35 
June 30 



CAPTAIN. 



31 July 28 1 6 Sept. 34 
P 19 July 31 ] 21 Nov. 34 
6S€pt. 34|P26Nov. 36 
P 23 May 341 1 Aug. 38 
P 2 Oct. 36 ''26 April 39 
P 30 Oct. 36 P 10 Jan. 40 



BREV.-MAJ. 

23 Nov. 41 
23 lioY. 41 

23 Nov. 41 

28 June 38 



22 April 36 

P 30 Sept. 30 

P 26 April 89 

3 Feb. 37 

P 30 Aug. 39 

22 Nov. 39 

21 June 39 

P31 Jan. 40 1 
27 Mar. 40^ 
1 1 Mar. 42 
6 May 42 

20 May 42 

21 May 42 
1 July 42 



11 Jan. 40 
16 Jan. 40 
P 23 April 41 
1 June 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P 24 June 42 



22 June 26 
P 1 May 28 
P 2 Oct. 36 

13 Mar. 27 
Pll Aug. 37 
P 10 Sept. 26 
P 18 June 30 
1 June 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 
3 Dec. 41 



11 IJmt.O'Toolcnrv*^ with the 
49ili on til* China •xpcd.tion, %mA 
««• pruent «t the auack and cap- 
ture of Aoiojr* tlic Bccomt capture 
i>r rbatan. attack and captara wf 
CbinhaCf occupation of NinKpo and 
rcpniac of tba nidht attat k, attack 
aaii capture of MKoan, Ctiipon, 
VVuoaong, aB<l Cbtn Kianf Kon; 
anil lb* doflionaimtioB bcforv 
Nankin. 

6 Major Newman waa at tbe stete 
and aiorminii tif Bbuitpwre< 

6 Captain 'lidy ncrvad at the 
•icM and captnra of BlinrtpAra. 

7 Major Omith served with the 
STth in Stcilv arben Nurat tkraat- 
•ned it with invaaion i and, for 
naarljr ibrea yean in tb* Peninaila, 
indudinff tbe battle of Caatalla, 
and tbe atta«b n the Col d'Onlnk 



8 Sir J. Alexander terred four yetn In the 
Madraii ca? alrj previous to being traofferred to 
H. M, Draffoons; was pretient with the armlee 
in the field during the late Barman, Per»ian. 
Turkish, Portuffuesi^ and Caffre wars. 

10 Quarter-Master Qoddard was at Water- 
loo, 18th June, and storming of Cambray, 24ih 
June, 1815. Present at the Siege of Hattras. 
Served the campaign of 1817 and 18, in the 
Deccan. Pre»4>nt at the siege and storming 
of Bhiirtpore, 18M. 



I 



Frederick Hammersley. 

John Dennis Swinburne I 26 Mar. 43 

Paymaster. — Peter Valentine Wood, 2 Aug. 31; Ens. 17 Sept. 07; Lieut, 

3 Jan. 11 ; Capt, 13 Feb. 28. 
A4iutant.^l^ Lieut. John Spence,^ 28 Oct. 36. 
Quarter-MoMter,--^^ Samuel Ooddard,'^ 20 March, 23 

Surgeon.— Vfm. Wallace, M.D.,2 July, 41 ; A,S. 8 Mar. 27 ; H.A, 17 Au&c. 26. 
Assist,'Swrgs. — ^Jobn Thomson Telfer, 17 July, 36. 

John Elliott Carte, M.D. 31 Dec. 41. 

Facings Buff. — Agents^ Messrs. Downes & Son. — Irish Agents^ 
Sir E. R. Borough, Bt, Armit Sl Co. 

1 Sir James WataoD served with the 14th Regt. on the Continent under the Duke of York fai 1 TBS and M { 
at the reduetioB of the Islands of St. Lucie and Trinidad in 1796 and 97. Commanded the I4th rq^ment at 
the capture of tbe Isles of France and Java, including tbe assault and capture of 'I)j|dciocarta ; commanded 
the expedition that captured the piratical state of Sambas in Borneo in 1819; at the capture of the fort 
of Hattras, and in tbe Pindarree and Mahratta wars; actively assisted at the reduction of the fortress of Dho- 
mono M undela (where bo led the storming party), Ourra Kotah, and Asseerghur. Medal for Java. 

9 Colonel Everard's services :— Expedition to South America, including taking of Maldonado ; actions 
praviocu to^ and assault of Monte Video, where he commanded the Forlorn Hope. Campaign and battle of 
Comana. Expedition lo Walcfaeien, and siege of Flushing. Commanded 14th Regt. at the siege of Hattras, 
1818. Commanded Flank Battalion in the campaigns of 1817 and 18, under Lord Hastings. Commanded 
14th Regt. at the siege and assault of Bhurtpore, 1886. 

S Mi^r Watson aerved at the siege and storming of Bhnvtpora. 

4 Major Lynch served at the siege of Floshing. At Malta >and tiM Ionian Mandi under Lovd Whi. 
Bentinck. At Genoa and in the South of France in 1814. At the siege and capture of Bhurtpore 
and was wonnded at the assault 18th Jan. 1896. 

a Lieut. Spenoe served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, In Spain and France, with tlie 84tb, and waa pre* 
sent at the passage of tbe Bldanoa, battle of Mivelle and Nive, and actions near Bayonne. 

186 t I 



166 Uth{The Varhhire East Riding) Regiment of Foot ["rtSST* 



« MARTINIQUE"—" GUADALOUPB." 



Y«mn' Serv 



61 



Pull 
Pny. 



17 

30 
19 



21 
19 
18 
80 
14 
13 
14 
11 
11 
8 

19 
18 
14 
8 
8 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

4 

8 
8 



Half 
P*7. 



33 

18 

6 

33 



3fi 



h 




































9 sir Moore Disney,^ KCB., Ent, 17 April, 1783 ; Lieut, k CapU 3 Jane, 91; 
CapU Sc Lieui.'CoL 12 June, 05 ; CoL 29 April, 02 ; Mq;or-Oen. 86 Oct. 09 } 
Lieut.-Oen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 16th Regt. 83 July, 14. 

Lieut.'ColaneL 
Xord Charles Wellesley, J?fi4. Pl6 Jan. 24; Lieut, P21 Not. 28; Capt. '86 

Feb. 30; Brevet-Mqjor, 8 Sept. 31 ; BegiL-Mi^ar, p4 Oct. 33 ; Lieui,'CoL 

P29 Deo. 37. Mqjors. 

Thomas A. Drought, Ent, 11 Nov. 13 ; Lieui. p 16 Oct. 17 ; Capt. p 10 Oot. 88 ; 

MqfoTj P31 Dec. 30. 
Wm. Robert Brudenell Smith, Ens, 89 July, 84 ; Lieut, p 88 Jan. 86 ; Capt. P80 

Mar. 27 ; Mqfar, p 21 Jane, 39. 



Captaiitb. 

Robert A. Cuthbert .... 

James R. Brnnker 

George Pinder 

R. H. J. B. M^Cumming 

John A. Cole 

John Hope Whigfldd . . 

Fits WUUam Wallcer 

Henry B. F. Dickinson. . 

Henry Grierson 

Daniel Capel 

LIBUTBNANT8. 

Jas. Roy Norton 

James Hay ....'. 

Robert Mac Oregor, r. .. 6 Oct. 26 

..[PI Oct. 36 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P24 Feb. 37 
10 Mar. 37 
P 16 Feb. 38 
6 Dec. 38 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P21 June 39 
P 12 July 39 
P 13 July 30 



BNSIGII. 



P26Sept.2d 

9 April 26 

P24Aug.26 

Pl6Dec. 24 

14 Jan. 30 

P 17 May 31 

P31 Dec. 30 

6 July 33 

P 9 Aug. 33 

P89 April 36 

9 April 86 
16 Feb. 86 



Hon. Francis Colbome 

Henry Bond Head 

Chas. Edw. Astell 

James Alliz Wilkinson . . 
Aleemon Robinson Sewell 

William Boyle 

Edward Pardoe 

Thomas Button 

John Smith 

C. Theodore de Montenach 

EN8IOK8. 

Johnson Wilkinson .... 
George Aug. Hatchett . . 
Wm. Drake Hague .... 
5trW.C.Morshead, Bart, 
Cha. Wm. Clayton East 

Henry Walters 

George John Walmsley . . 



LIBUT. 



7« 




4 



P 4 Aug. 40 
P 22 Apr. 42 
P 6 May 42 
P 2 June 43 
P 23 June 43 
P 21 July 43 
9 6 Oct 43 
88 Dec 43 



P 7 July 86 
9 Sept. 28 
P31 Dec. 30 
P 6 Oct. 26 
26 May 33 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 17 June 36 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 14 Dec. 38 

17 Dec. 30 
21 Dec 32 
8 Aug. 27 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P 21 June 39 
P 22 June 39 
P 4 Aug. 40 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P21 May 41 
P 22 Apr. 42 
P 6 May 42 
P 23 June 43 
P28Sept.43 



CAPTAXir. 



P28May 29 
P14Sept.38 
P21 Oct. 36 
P26Noy. 30 
P 14 Dec. 38 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P21 June 39 
P 4 Aug. 40 
p 6 May 42 
P 22 Sept. 43 



BBBY.*XA1. 



9 Osptoln Wslfctr wit at tlie 
tleR« or Plvthlof «Dd tokiar of 
TVrvtrs, In cho teland of wol* 
eottf«B. PrtMAt at tbv cmmIiiii 
of the BIdaMoa, and atUaa ko» 
fora Bayonne. 



Wyndham Spencer Portal 

Paifnuuter.—'JIf Charles Walker,* 1 July,24 ; Em, P24 Mar. 03; Lieut. 6 Dee. 04 ; 

Capt. 81 Oct. 13. 
Adjutant,— Lieut, James Hay, 16 Feb. 86. 
Quarter*Maeter.—J. Cartmail, 18 July, 39 ; JS^. 7 Dee. 38. 
Surffean.-^'Wm. Dobson, 89 Mar. 39; Assiet.^Surg. 88 Sept 85 ; Beep.^Aeeisi. 

6 May, 16. 
.44»iff.-i9iir^.— Thomas Henry 0*Flaherty, 15 Nor. 99. 

Facings Yellow— ^penfi, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

[Betumedflvm Canada, 86 June, 1840.] 

1 eif Moors XMnay Mnnd with ths 1st Pool Oosfdt at tbodotaof th« AnMrioaa wv,1m ITMt. Joteod 

tho vmj In Plandon, In 19M» and rBtamed with (bat In Maj 1799, havinf baan p t m u kt la tlMdMbnat 

•ottoas batwoan tboaa parlods. Jolnad tba amr in Spain nndtr Sir John lloorab In 18W; oaaanandad a 

pikto la tba Bwaffva, and wm at tba battla of Comnna, for wbleh ha obtalnad a MadaL CoaBmandad 

flnt Brifada of Onardi on tba Walcharan Bspadltioa, in 1800. la »I0, bs was ordaiad to Oadit m 

•d to eoMMBi; and In Mil, apfototad to Iba comaMad tbar 



• 



Held QuATton. 
at Birr. 



Yevt'diinr. 


69 


PoU 


Half 


44 


lA 


28 





31 


A 


S4 
)9 
17 







] 16rt ( rA« Bedfordshire) Reffiment of Foot. 167 

Colonel, 
a Wm. Carr, VUcount Beresford,* GCB. GCH. Ens. 27 Aug. 1786 ; Meut. 26 

June, 89 : Capt 24 Jan. 91 ; Mqjar, 1 March, 94 ; Lieut.-CoL 11 Ang. 94 ; 

Co/. 1 Jan. 00; Mq/ar-Gen, 26 April, 08 ; Lieui.-Gen. 1 Jan. 12; Gen. 27 

May, 26: Col. 16 Regt. 16 March, 23. , ^« ,. . ,^ 

Lieta.'ColoneL—9 Adam Gordon CampbcU,* 15Vi#. 22 Nov. 98; Lteut. 14 

Oct. 00; Cape. 29 Sept, 04; Brevet-Mq/or, 4 June, 14; BegtL'Mqfor^ 13 

July, 26 ; Lfeut.-Col. 8 Feb. 34. 
Jlf£|;or*.— Henry M'Manus, Bns. 18 July, 16; iiftrf. 16 April, 20; Cap*. 26 

Oct. 27 ; Brev.'Mqjorj 23 Nov. 41 ; Mi^or, 8 July, 42. 
James Brand, Em. 11 March, 18; Lieut. 17 Aug. 20; Capt. 26 April, 28; 

Brev.'MqfoTy 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqjor, 19 Aug. 42. 



BN8ION. 



18 
18 
10 
18 
17 
13 
12 



16 

14 

13 

13 

12 

7 

6 

6 

4 

4 

13 

4 

4 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 








m 






CAPTAIK8. 

Bobt. Luxmoore 

CSwriea Murray* 

Arthur Chas. Chichester 

WiUlam Ashmore 

Alexander Munro 

Hon. James Colbome • 
JohnWlUettPayneAudain 

Henry Copinger 

Charles Hawker , 

John Henderson 



1 June 20 
1 Sept. 16 

P 12 Dec. 26 

P 18 Feb. 26 
6 Oct. 16 

P 21 Mar. 34 
14 Dec. 26 
28 Apr. 25 
22 Feb. 31 

P20Jan. 32 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 
































LiBTTTBNARTS. 

Francis P. Cassidi 

Chas. Jeffries Carter, r. . . 
Wm. Bobt, Lyon Bennett 
Wm. Alphonso Kirk . . . 
Geo. Harris Wallace . . • 

FeUxAshpitel 

Chas. Lorenzo dc Winton 
John Octavius Chichester 
George Patrick Goldie . . 
Charles Armstrong . , . . 
Thomas Hay Nembhard 
George Fred. Macdonald 
Henry Alfred Macdonald 

Bnsions. 
George Alfred Ellis Wall 

Edward Flood 

Edwd. Newton Dickenson 
George John Peacocke 
Alex. Cockbum M*Bamet 
Augustus Alex. Buxton 
Christopher Mackay Bead 
Stanhope Bich. L. Lovell 



P 26 Nov. 

18 June 
P 12 Apr. 

30 Dec. 
P 20 July 
P 28 Apr. 
P 16 Feb. 
P26 Oct. 
P24 Apr. 
p 26 Apr. 
p 16 Aug. 
P 8 May 

30 Dec. 

P 28 Jan. 
Pll Mar. 
27 May 
8 July 

19 Aug. 
P 26 Aug. 
p 10 Nov. 

22 Dec. 



11 June 24 

13 Oct, 21 

P 10 Nov. 29 

P27 Apr. 27 

26 Apr. 28 

26 June 38 

2 Oct. 28 

6 Mar. 28 

P20 July 32 

28 Nov. 84 



P31 Aug. 30 
6 May 36 

P 3 Apr. 36 

29 Dec. 40 

1 July 41 

P 23 July 41 

£7 May 42 

8 July 42 

P 26 Aug. 43 

PIO Nov. 43 



28 

30 

31 

31 

32 

37 

39 

39 

40 

40 

27 

40 

40 

42 
42 
42 
42 
42 
43 
43 
43 



13 Dec. 31 
28 Dec. 31 
P 24 Dec. 33 
8 Feb. 34 
6 May 36 
P 24 Apr. 40 
2 July 41 
27 May 42 
8 July 42 
19 Aug. 42 
P 6 Apr. 33 
P 26 Aug. 43 
PIO Nov. 43 



9 Lieiit.-Col. C«nipb«ll wnred 
the Egyptian campaign of 1801 , 
including the Inveetment and 
surrender of Alexandria and 
action to the westward. Cam- 
paign of 180S-9 in Spain under 
Sir John Moore» including the 
retreat to and battle of Co- 
runna. Expedition to Wal- 
cheren, including the tiege 
and capture of Fluebing, and 
engagement* with the enemy'a 
advanced po»ti». Served after- 
warde in the Peninrala from 
June 1811 to May 1813. 

8 Captain Murray lerred in 
the Kandian war in Oeyion, ia 

1817 and 18. 



5 Mr. Young ■erred in the Penlnfula / »«» 
Mar 1811 to the end of that war in 18U, In- 
cluding the capture of Badijo*. "d battjee of 
VittoJu, the fyienee., Nlvelle, Nlte, Ortht. 
(taken pri«oner), and ToulouM, 



16 A P«yma*<er.-Chaa. H. Peirse, 23 Aug. 39 ; ^n#. p 6 Dec. 27 ; Lieut. 18 July, 30, 
13 il4y-tt#anf.—Xu?u#.Wm.Robt, Lyon Bennett, 26 June, 41. 

2 QMarfer-AfMfer.— Edward Colling, ^ Jul/ » *} • q c^^f i a . jrojm -AuiMt. 

8urffeon.-9 Thomas Young,* 4 May, 26 ; AsHst.-Surg. 9 Sept. 13 ; Hosp.'Aiem. 

AuistaZ''Surgeon.^BeniUDin Usher Hamilton, M.D. 22 Feb. 39. 

Faemii Yellow-^ ^en*,. Sir John Kirkland & Co.^/jish ^iK«^. Messrs. Cane & Co. 
^^ [ Betumedfrom the East Indies, 19 April, 1841.] 

1 LordBere.fordhMr.cei.edaCro«and ■•-enaa.j^forCorunna.^^^^^ 
(tererely wounded) Y ittoria, Pyreneee, NireUe, Nite, Orthee. and Toulouie. ^ 

•bMlMt h. k4 the mA^m^ .t the —wii:^^*^**^* *"**,*J!jJi5^^ i«» plS. on U>« 6th ind Sth Oet. 1811. 

lion nim Kstaislaa, rtafai, caplarc, and dMlrodiua of Ul«U». ■»«» »» '•"«»«• ■'■« 
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Embarked 
Service, 1630 

The Koval Tiger, supencribed •• HIND008TAN"— " AFFGHANI8TAII"— "OHUINEE"— 

Colonel^ . 
9 C® Sir Peregrine Haitland/ KCB. Ens, 25 June, 1702; Xictii. k Capt. 
30 April, 04; Capi, k Lieut.-CoL 25 June, 1803; Col. I Jan. 13; Major* 
Gen. 4 June, 14 ; LieuU-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Col. 17th Begt. 2 Jan. 43. 

Lieut.-ColoneU, 

William Croker,* CB. Ens. P27 Mar. 03; Lieut, p2 June, 04; Capi, P80 Nov. 

06; Brevet'Maj. 12 Aug. 19; RegtL-Af^f. P16 June,25; Lt.-Col. 1 April 3(5. 

John Pennycuick,^ CB. KIl. Ens. 31 Aug. 07 ; Lt. 15 Jan. 12 ; Capt. p 14 June, 

21 ; MqjoTt p 25 April, 34 ; B.-Lt.- Col. 23 July, 39 ; Lt.-Col. » 12 Jane, 40. 

Mqjors.—ChBa. John Deshon,^ Ens. p 18 S( pt. 17 ; XtVuf . v 6 Oct. 25 ; Capt. 

P 22 April, 26 ; Mqfor, p 16 June, 37 ; Erevet-tieut.-Col. 13 iNov. 39. 
John Gordon, Ens. p 14 June, 27; Lieut. p5 April, 31 ; Capt. po April, 33; 
Mqjor, P15 Dec. 40. 




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Captaihs. 

[U.-Cot. 4 J u\yi» 

9 PhiUpM' Phersou , Ci^.^f 

Archibald Lockhart .... 

Legendre Ch. Bourchler* 

John Thomas Nagel .... 

William Barnes,^ s 

Thomaj» Prendergast* .. 

9 SSi Pavid Cooper '. . . . 

Edward Barry Owen * . . 

Eric Mackay Clarke * . . 

JamesThomaaMaulcverer* 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Fred. AugustuaW^etherall^ 
Oliver Paget Bourke* . . 
Thos. Ormsby Ruttledgc * 
Harv.Well. Pole Welman* 
Edw. Hen. Cormlck^. . . . 
JohnPennefather Percera) 

John h. Croker* 

Edward Croker* 

Wm. Gordon 

Geo. Hughes Messiter . . 

Alex. M'Kinatry 

Johnson Bourne 

Rich. John Ross O'Conor 
NathanielMaz well H unter 
Louis John M^Pherson . 
Lcthbridge CharlesMoore* 
John Ballard Gardiner . . 

Campbell Sawers 

Augustus Wedderbum . . 
RowUind Bentinck Codd 
William A. Armstrong .. 

William Bclfield 

W. Westenra Johnson **. . 

Enstgks. 
Rmlney Payne O'Shea . . 
Wm. Hen. Howard Ellison 



ENSIGN. 



2 If ov. 00 

P 19 May 25 

p 5 Apr. 33 

28 June 17 

P 4 Feb. 13 

17 Oct, 20 

11 Aug. 25 

26 Apr. 28 

20 Oct. 30 

P18 Apr. 34 



LIEUT. 



13 June 11 

P 1 Aug. 26 

P 12 Feb. 36 

10 July 90 

23Julj 14 

22 Apr. 25 

1 May 28 

P21 Scpt.32 

6 June 35 

P 19 Aug. 36 



lODec. 29.Pl4Dec. 32 
Pll Dec. 35 P27 Oct. 87 
p 29 Apr. 8G IP 23 Apr. 38 
28 Dec. 38 
Pll Jan. 39 
16 May 30 



2 Apr. 30 > 
p 29 July 3() 

17 Feb. 37 

18 Mar. 37 
P27 Oct. -37 
P 20 July 38 

15 June 30 
P22 Feb. 39 
Pll Jan. 39 
P 12 Apr. 39 
P 12 June 40 
6 Sept. 39 

3 Apr. 40 
25 Oct. 39 

P 14 Apr. 37 
P 26 Feb. 41 
P 10 Feb. 41 
P 1 Nov. 40 



6 June 39 
21 Oct. 39 
P 3 Apr. 40 

29 Sept. 34 
P25Sept.40 
P 19 Nov. 41 

1 Feb. 42 

P 27 May 42 

SO May 42 

6 Aug. 42 
19 Aug. 42 

30 Oct. 40 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P 30 June 43 

28 July 43 



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BKEV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



S U««C-CaL 
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liiaarer In ibt 
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p 13 May 42 p 29 July 43 
10 Nov. 39' 29 Mar. 42 



13 Mar. 27 
Pll Oct. 83 
P 20 July 38 

21 Oct. 39 

14 Sept. 35 
13 June 40 
16 Nov. 41 

6 Aug. 43 
P 90 June 43 
P 28 July 43 

M meh 1b dw ad 
vera Mid iht ralrtat frvai ihrvr*. 
to Snd Not. 1(09. «bra br ••• 
promotrd to a^ Sasifnry la tk« 
43rd, tnm wbieh Uin« h« •rrv««l 
«lth (te Light Ofvtei^n onUl the 
ctMl of that ««r, i0 1014. iarlu<1ia< 
(h« fbltowlng boilln, atrfrr*. kf., 
via., Coa. McnUto^ aklniKih 
near aad batUa of Buaaao, Comhra. 
Alraqucr. Pomlial, Scdtaiha, M>rK»- 
dadoCorre. Foad'Aruuer, tetur*!, 
Focttl»td*OBor. B^ejo. Soib*. t'ii>- 
dad ftodrifow BadJ^joii Mar aai 
Apr. 1811. Carvellrjo^ mi'xt •. 
Sal«*MBea, Ian Uaaaa. Nncliv. 
Bayonn*. Nlve« Tarbn. Toiuar. 
feullk and Touloma. Cpoiiued 
oo the h«ad la Ibc trrocbra at fea. 
dajoa hj tha bunting of a wbrii. 
tervfd M aM*-dc.«amp to O^ Ckl- 
lant Sir Charlei Napier ihttHKO- 
out tbr opfrations tn Sdnd*, torl«. 
dint tbo bartl* «f Meraaer. anrrra* 
der of Hydrabad, k batil* of Du..m. 
9 Cajrt. Coop«r Mrvtd la fSe 
PfsliMula wllb tb* Sid Foot Cibaro* 
f^on lepC iei» to July I%13. la 
eluding tbo ivtrtal Itnm Boaaco tw 
tbc Ltnn of Torrro Vodraa, t<rr^- 
pailoo of tbcii, adTaac* ihrtM.i 
Portdgal, batdo of Foaatao d'( ^i r. 



•iagr of Ciudad Bodt1g«. baitl*> • ( 
Salamanca, raptarr of Madrid, ilrga of Bargwo. A'*' 
ibc campa^ of iai&, iaeludiag tb« battln of Qoacf f 
Brat aad Wairrloo. aad tha capcvre of Paria. 

6 Captain Bourrbtf>r rcoeUcd a wwra aad a1w> • 
•light woand In tbe rigbt am at KbalaL 

7 CapC Bamra aartcd at tlw captwrr of Poat An- < 
to Cutrh SMb D«c. 191ft i tb» MahralU oaapatart • 
IKI7-I0 ; Mralad« of ibr Port of Boojo la Catcb M^t . 
19:9 ) aiege of IUa.el>KT">*^ ■■*<> Sy*^ ^ Arabia, r^* ' 
1919 I nealadr of Dwarka Otiaaiaadtl Daa l«Q^ • 
action of Bcoi-Boo-Ally ia Arabia, March UL 



10 July 41 
29 Apr. 42 

Ralph Dudgeon | 19 Mar. 41 

Turner Arthur Macan . . 25 Oct. 42 

Andrew Baxter , 27 Dec. 42 

John Bonrke p 30 June 43 

Richard CbBrles M*Crea i 28 July 43 
John Nolan 'p29July 43 

Paymaster. — Wm. Sanford Hall, 10 July, 40; Ens. 19 Dec. 11 ; X<. SS Apr. 13. 

At{}utant.'-Lieut. Edward Croker, 1 Febw 42. 

Quarter'Master.—John Mulhall/ 17 Aug. 41. 

Surg. — George Archer, M.D., 20 Jan. 43; il.-/?. 2 Nov. 90; H.'Astt. I Nov. 27 

Assist.'Surgeons. — John Hathurst Thomson, M.D. 11 Jan. 39. 

Neftbitt Hefferman, M.B. 11 June, 41. 

Alexander Smith, 16 Nov. 33. 
^cjfi^ White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

Mr Pategrtaa MaHlaad wrvad la Flaadtn, aad waa prtacat la aaveral aetloai i aarrad alao Ml Otirad la tTSB, 
m in tb# artlom of l.ugo aad Ceraaaa. Sir ^rtgrlaa baa f««aiv«d a aadal for Iho paaaiga af Iha Kl«v. 
1 Totoaal rtohvr h^mI la tbo laai ladloaftaai 1M4 » MM. larladlag tbo •!<«« of Oamowri. tSSf t t aw>t la ii aaa.f • 
tbc Saika. IM» and 9 ; caaipalga agalaal Iha Nepaal Statea. ISU and IS t f— palga m^ImC Mabrallat and PladatTfr^ |.,i 
•s4 M. ComaMBdad thr 17tb rrgUomt daring tha whola of fho eampalga la ABghaadataa aad Brtanrhitla tarltotinx ' ' 
MOTS aad captara of lb* fortrtaaaa of Obasa«v aad KbalaC CoL Crokrr atrivrd la BoaabOf la roaaant «f •» I7tt> t. .t 
te Hay ISSS. brt^ a artttary Inatanco la Iha Britlab tmr of •■ olllrrr landing la tha Caat tadiaa (awr la Iho mm* r«* . « 

S Mnii..CoL Pcaafcokk aarTcd oa Iho Eapadlilaa W Java, laeladlng ihr aritaaa ai Wrkkrrirdra, Port CaraHM, l>- 
caiia, aad rtohotolla : aoaadcd la iha iifvaaft la aa aiMch «p«i Iha rncm^'a flald aitUWry, alOMa iha tiaaa af rmwU*. .« 

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£^iSJ!;T«^^:] 1«^* ( ^'!/^^ ^"**) R'ffin^^ of Foot. [ se-{;f »» 

On the three corners of the second Colour, the Lion of Nntsau, " Virtutu 

Namurcensis Pnemium," The Sphinx^ with the word, ". EGYPT." On the 

Colours and Appointments " CHINA," with the device of" The Dragon," 
Colonel—Jfi Matthew, Lord Aylmer,» GCB. Ens, 19 Oct. 87 ; Lieut, 26 Oct. 91 ; 

Capt, 8 Aug. 94; Mqjor, 9 Oct. 00 ; Lieut.-CoL 26 Mar. 02 ; Col, 25 July, 10 ; 

Mf^or-Gen, 4 June, 18 ; Lieut.-Gen, 27 May, 26 ; Gen. 28 Nov. 41 s Cot, 18th 

Regt. 23 July 82. Lieut, -Colonels, 

Henry William Adams,* CB. Ens, 31 July, 23; Lieut, P31 Dec. 25; Capt, p 10 

June 26 ; Mqjor, p 18 Jan. 39 ; Lieui.-Col p 13 Mar. 40. 
Jeremiah Cowper,» CB. Ens, 21 Nov. 06 ; Lieut, 25 Dec. 06 ; Capt, 4 Sept. 23 ; 

BrecMqjor, 28 June 88 , Major, 8 Feb. 41 ; LieuU-CoL 19 May, 42. 
Afq/or*.— Francis William Dillon,* *•— ^ '^'^ ^ ' ta^'* « Mur. 07 i 



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Ens, 5 Dec. 05 ; Lieut, 6 Mar. 07 ; Capt. 
7' Apr. 26; Brevet-Mqjory 28 June 38 ; Mqjor, 23 Nov. 41. 
John Qrattan,^ CB. Ens, p8 July, 13; Lieut, 4 Sept. 23; Capt, 4 Mar. 36, 
Brev.'Major, 26 May, 41 ; Mqjor, 19 May, 42. 





















Captains. 

John J. Sargent^ 

Francis Wigston^ 

Wm. Aug. Towns. Payne 
Clement Alex. Bdwards* 
John PhUip Mltford*. . . . 
T. Barnes, Lord Cochrane 
John Clark Kennedy 
Sir Wm. Macgregor, Bt, 
Qeoige Frederick Call^^ 
John Bruce 

LlBUTBlfANTS. 

James Wm. Orayes" .... 

Charles Dunbar'^ 

William Tyrrell Bruce*' 

John Joseph Wood 

Geoige HUliard* 

Alexander Murray" .... 

Thomas Martin** 

Scroope Bernard ** 

Anth.W.S.F. Armstrong'* 
Isaac Henry Hewitt" . . 
Wm. Peter Cockbum". . 
Henry Duncan Burrell'^ 
Charles Woodwright" .. 

Walter Venour»« 

John Pole Mayo 

John Caldwell Bloomfield 
EdmoudWm. Sargent . 

John Elliot 

Matthew Jones Hayman 
Henry Allsop Ward .... 
Henry James Mason. . . . 
George Davis Button** . . 

BKfiiaKB. 

Frederick Lillie 

Wm. Henry Graves .... 
Richard Henry Farrer . . 
William Blake Graham. . 

Henry James 

Richard Trevor Irwin . . 
Charles Frederick Kelly 
F. T. F. A. MacDoniicU 



ENSIGN. 



26 Oct. 09 
P 16 Mar. 26 
P23May 29 

11 June 29 
P 4 June 29 



HEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



13 Oct. 10 
P 1 June 32 
P 7 June 33 
P 28 Nov. 34 
P 16 May 34 



P 27 Sept. 33 p 12 May 37 
P25 Oct. 33 P 10 Mar. 37 
P20 Mar. 35 ' P29 Mar. 39 
P 7 Apr. 37 P 20 Sept. 39 



31 July 28 IP 12 Apr. 81 



24 Oct. 34 
P 3 Aug. 26 
P 4 July 34 

19 Sept. 34 
P 13 Feb. 35 
P 24 Apr. 35 

27 May 36 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P 21 June 39 
P 12 July 39 
P 21 June 39 

24 Oct. 39 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P 2 Oct. 40 
P 24 Jan. 40 

18 May 41 
P 2 July 41 
P 14 July 41 

17 Aug. 41 

26 Nov. 41 

15 Nov. 39 



P 13 May 26 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P 20 Sept. 89 
PldMar. 40 
8 Feb. 41 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P 3 Dec. 41 
22 July 42 
P30Dec. 42 



BREY.-MAJ. 



26 May 41 
23 Dec. 42 



• M^erCowptr 
!««• ac Amey an^ 
Chiii'KitBf Foo. 

4 Major Dilloa 
MFTcd in tto« 
•xpaditioD to 
Si. JDemiBgo in 
1808. Served alto 
in Cbiaa, and 
waaprcaaniatiba 



19 Aug. 42 

firat eaptnra of Chumn, •tuiBi and 
^^ i capiBre uf cb« beiRhit abova Cantos. 
39 aitd ot the aca-b^ttrncton Abh*}-, aiM 
OQ I •HJMciiuatitjeaptwro ol ilia cii 

86 
89 



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19 Aug. 42 
25 Nov. 42 

30 Dec. 42 

31 Dec. 42 
P 31 Mar. 4;) 

1 Apr. 43 

2 Apr. 43 
12 Sept. 43 1 



81 May 

9 Nov. 

P 16 Apr. 

23 Oct. 
do. 
do. 

27 Oct. 39 
P 2 Oct. 40 

26 Jan. 41 

13 May 41 

20 June 41 

17 Aug. 41 

12 Sept. 41 
P 19 Nov. 41 
P 21 Nov. 41 
P 1 Apr. 42 

26 July 42 

20 Aug. 42 

20 Aug. 42 

24 Oct. 42 
P 21 Apr. 43 

3 Dec. 41 

14 Lti. Barnard and Borrellt^the-aania aa NoCa II, ca* 
rrpl Amojr. Lu baruard waa voundod at Cbio Kiaug 
Koo. 

16 Lt. Amatroag, — tb« aama at Note 7* except Chapoo . 

16 Lt. Venour «aa at Chin Kianf; Foo. 

17 Mr Cowan waa at Canton, Shanghai and Wooaung , 
•uil Chin Kiang Foo. 

IB Lieut. Hnttou aerved with the 41tt during tba whole 
ol tha campaign of 1643 in Affghanittan, and w«t prrfcnt 
in tba engagemanta vf the 9Bt1i March and SSth April iu 
ihe Fiaheen Valloy s >u that near Candahar, at Goainot 
kafore Ghii luce, occupation and dcalmetion of that for- 
irvaa and of Cabul.enpeditlon into Kohistan, atoroi, rap- 
ture, and deatnietton of latalilf, and in th« variwua minor 
afiaira in and bciwcon the Bolan and thcKbybcrFaatra. 



6 Major Grattan wm at Canton, 
Cbapooy Shanghai and Wooanng, 
and Chin Kiang Foo., 

6 Major Sargent waa aeTcreljr 
wounded at tbo attack on Canton, 
in May 1S41. 

7 Major Wigaten waa at Canton, 
Amojr, Cbuann, Cbinhae, Muftpo, 
Scan^ii, Cbapoo, fcChiD Kianc Foo. 

8 Capt. Edwarda and Lt. Ililliard 
ware at Canton, Amnjp, Cbapou, 
hhangbai and Wooaung, and C'iiiii 
Ktang Foo. Lieut, fiilhard waa 
wounded at Canton. 

9 Capt.Mitrord aorred throughout 
iho China espcdilion, and waa pre- 
aoat ea Aide-de-Camp to General 
Borrell at Canton, and waacmptoj-rd 
during the reat of the rampnign aa 
M«jot of Brigade at Hong Koiig. 

10 Capt. Call and Lieut. Cock bam 
were at Canton and Amoy. 

11 Lieuta. Gmvea. Murraj, and 
Hewitt, were at Canton, Aatoj, 
Chnaan, Cbinhae, Ningpo, Svgoan, 
Chapoo, Shanghai and Wooaung, 
and Chin Kiang Foo. Lt. Murray 
waa wounded at Chapoo. 

19 Lieut. Dunbar,— tha aawc at 
Note 11, except Srgoan. 

18 Lia. Bruco, Martia, and W^ood- 
wright, wero at Anioy, Cbapoo, 
Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo. 



Paymaster. — Ueorge Isaac Call, 7 Dec. 36; Comet ^ p4 March, 02 ; Lieut, 1 July» 



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1 Lord Aylmtr wvmA in tha expedition to St. Domingo In 1798 and 17M ; waa prraent In the Snl and seeond attacks upoi» 
Tlbaron « at the atonnlncof Fort do rAcnl, near Lcogane (woanded) \ at the allklr of Bombard, near C«p« Nicola Mole i and 
at the radnetton of Port au Prince. Prriant at the deaeent near Oatcnd, In Umj 1798 ; rvmalnad aa prlaooer in Franca for lis 
nontha. Preaent in 1799 at the battle of the Helder : at the attack on the Britlah llnea on the 10th Sept.. batttet of 19th Sept. and 
Snd Oct. 1790, In Holland. Served In the Coldatream Guarda in the North of Ocmuny under Loid Cathcart in ldO&. Pment at 
the licfe of Copenhagen. Serred on the Staff of tlie Amy throughout the Pcnlnaular war, aa Aeaiatant, and Deputy 
Adjutant- General, and eoonnandlnff a Brigade. Waa preaent at the paaaage of the Dearo, and haa received a croaa and one 
clajip lur the following actloiu i— Talavera, Buaaco, Puentea d*OnoT, Vlttvrla. and tiw NIve. 

S Lienl.-CoL Adama commanded the ISth in the following operationa In China, vli., the flrtt Uklng of Chiuan, atoming 
and taUng the Heig hia above the city of Canton, capture of Amoy, teeond capture uf Chuian, aturmlng and taking the forti- 

ll~Sa*... •.^ fttSMka.. •nd Mant.iV* or (hit »(tw nf Nknann. 



Adjutant, — Lieut, J. W. Graves, 20 June, 41. 
Quarter-Master, — ^James Carroll, 4 June, 29. 
Surgeon, — 
Atsist,'Surgs, — Chas. Cowen," 27 March, 35. 

James Stewart, 17 April, 38. 

Andrew Ferguson, 23 Dec. 36. 



[04; Caji^ 26 Dec. 11. 



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9 i9ir Warren Mamuduke Peaoocke/ KCH. KC, JS^. 12 Dec. 80; lAnA. 82 

May, 82; CapU 14 Aprils 83; Mt^^r^ 1 March, 94; LietU.-Col, I Jan. 08; 

CoL 25 Apr. 08 ; Mqj.-Qen, 4 June, 1 1 ; Lt-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Cftn, 28 Jwiei 

38; Col. 19th Begt. 31 May, 43. 

Lieut,'CoUmel. 
Charles Craufurd Hay, JSru. ftl June, 24 ; Lieut. P24 Dec. 25 > Capt, i^l9 Sept. 

26 ; Afqjor, p 16 June, 37 ; Lieut. -Col. PSO Aug. 42. 

Mqfore. 
Studholme Juhn Hodgson,* Ens. 30 Dec. 19; Lieut. 3 Feb. 25; Capt. f 30 Dec. 

26; Af<{;or, P28 Dec. 38. 
John Seinple, Bru. P20 July 26; Lieut. P28Sept.dO; CapU p5 Sept. 34; 

3ff[/0r, P30 Aug. 42. 



Captains. 

Chas. Highmore Potts . . 

David Bums' 

9 Thomas Beckham* .... 

Thomas Hilton ......... 

John DijJce Simpson .... 

Jas. Temple Bowdoin . . 

WiUiam Bernard 

5trMark A.H.Tuite,3ar^. 

Henry Calley 

Robert Sanders 

L1BUTBNANT8, 

Frederick Deacon 

Rich.A.M.Franklin,d.|mi. 
Geo. Rich. Langley .... 

James Cochrane 

George Tuite 

£dwJohn£llerman/iui4;. 
Henry Butler Stoney .... 

James Ker 

Robert John S. Manseigh 

John PhilUpps 

Hugh John M. Campbell 
Henry Edward M*Gee . . 
Wm. Temple Parratt. . . . 

Ensigns. 
John Lewis Rich. Rooke 
Wm. liCwis Pennefather 

Robert Warden 

Henry Macdonald Bums 

Jolm Margitson 

Charles Kyd Skeete .... 

John Hay Moore 

Rob. Onesiphorus Bright 



ENSIGN. 



8 Feb. 16 

17 Oct. 11 

7 May 11 

3 Mar. 32 

P 31 May 33 

P 12 Sept. 34 

17 Nov. 25 

P 2 Nov. 30 

P 20 July 36 

P 26 May 37 

P 8 Oct. 25 
P 28 Sept 30 

24 Nov. 12 
5 June 35 
P 7 Feb. 34 
P 10 Feb. 37 
P 5 May 37 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P 14 Sept. 38 
P 2 Feb. 30 

31 May 30 
P 4 Sept 40 
P 5 Sept 40 

Pll Sept 40 
30 April 41 
P 12 Oct 41 
20 May 42 
P 24 June 42 
P 30 Aug. 42 
P 3 Feb. 43 
P 9 June 43 



LIBUT. 



P 13 Nov. 17 

25 Jan. 16 

23 Feb. 13 

29 July 36 

P 26 May 37 

PSO Mar. 38 

25 Jan. 28 
P21 Feb. 34 
P 2 Feb. 39 

26 Jan. 41 

P 27 Jan. 32 

17 Apr. 35 

7 Jan. 14 

P 28 Dec. 38 

31 May 39 

P 4 Sept 40 

Pll Sept 40 

P 12 Oct 41 

P 10 Nov. 41 

P20 May 42 

P30Aug. 42 

P 3 Feb. 43 

p June 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P31 Dec. 25 
20 July 30 
p 8 June 30 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P28Dec. 38 
Pll Sept 40 
26 Jan. 41 
P20May 42 
P 30 Aug. 42 
P 3 Feb. 43 






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Paymaeter.—ThoB. R. Travers,23 Nov. 38 ; En$. 7 April, 25 ; Lieut, r 10 June, 80. 

AtJ^tUant.—Lieut. F. Deacon, 27 Sept. 42. 

Quarter-Master.— BichATd Barrett,^ 30 Oct 35. 

Surffeon.—Wm. Odell, 21 April, 43 ; AtsUt.-Surg. 9 Nov. 30 ; Hoip.-AeeiMtant^ 

14 Feb. 28. 
Aetutant'Surgemu.—'BjoheH Smith, 26 Sept. 34. 

Thomas Longmore, 3 Feb. 43. 

Pacingi Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 5c Co. 



1 Sir Wsrren Pesooeks wm In the •etloni of Antiim and Banynsblndi in tb« rebellion in Irthuid In 
ITW. At the landlug In Eirypt nnd nil the eetlone there In 1801. On the Expedition to Hanover in 1906, 
nnd on that to Denmark In 1807. At the pUMfe of the Oooro In 1800 ; and oomnuadnd at Llahon dnrtaf 
Um remainder of the t'eninsalar war. 

i M^or Hodfion lenred in the Burmese war. 

t CSnpt Bnmt •enriNl th n wgfaoot the Kandlan cunpnifn of 1618 ; and teorived the thaaki of Sir Bobort 
Bramiff on Ihme oeeaskme* In general ordera, for n eeriea of tcnrlcva afnlnat the latarfente. 

4 Gapt. Becktam icrved the enmpnig ns of 1813, 18^ and 14 In the Peninsula. 

5 Qoarter-MMter Bairett aervcd In the Kandian Territories, Ceylon, '*urlnf the whole of the Rebellion of 
1817 sad 18, and eommaoded an ontpoel daring pvt of the above period. 

170 



£?i7*£i?aS] 20ih (The East Devonshire) Beaiment of Foot [£^"5!* 

•• mSDElf"— «« taUOVT-OV'tEK **^Th» apkkM, with the words " EGYKT*— " MAIDA"— " VIMIBRA.*' 
*'C»RUHNA"— •• VITTORI A."— " PYRENEES"—" ORTHBS**— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



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Colonel, 
JfSir James Sterengon Barns/ KGB. EnsAl July, 98; Lieut, 8 Jan. 94; Capt. 
37 Feb. 96 ; Mqjor, 17 Sept. 08 ; L\eut,-CoL 6 Not. 06 ; Col, 4 June, 14 ; 
Mq/ar-Oen, 19 July, 81 ; Liettt,-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 80 F. 86 April, 48. 

Lieut, 'Colonel. 
William Nelson Hutchinson, Sns. 84 Feb. 20; Lieut, 86 Oct. 83; Capt, 
P 17 June, 86; Mt(f(fr, p 4 Dec. 32 ; Lieut,'Col, p7 Sept. 41. 
itf<^'or«.— Frederick J. Croad, But, 20 July, 16 ; Lieut. 16 Dec. 18 ; Capt. 

P87 Sept. 31 ; Mqfor, p 17 AprU, 40. 
Frederick Horn, £ns. p 86 Jan. 26 ; Lieut. PI 7 April, 88 ; Capt, P 16 June, 37 ; 
MqfOTf P7 Sept. 41. 



BKBIGN. 



Captains. 

Charles Smith 

R. Sherboume Murray . 
Hugh Dennis Crofton . . . 
LaiSilan Duff Gordon .... 

Lord Mark Kerr 

Fred. Charles Evelegh . . 

James B. Sharpe 

Patrick Hennessy .... 
Scrope Reynett Berdmore 
Geo. B. Cham. Crespigny 

Eugene Brock 

Henry Crawley 

LiBUTSNANTS. 

William Frith, r 

Richard Leigh Lye 

George Steerens 

William Baring 

Robert Daly, « 

Sir Rich. Gethin, Bart. 

Maurice Cane 

Edmund Qilling Hallewell 
Geo. Fred. Weller Foley 
Wm. PoUezfen RadcUffe 
Christophilus Garstin . . 

Wm. Armit Eyre 

Henry Murray 

Richard B. Smith 

George Tomson 

Ensigns. 
John Richard Jackson . . 
Henry Robert Cowell . . 
William Patterson .... 

William Johnson 

Thomas Ashton Coffin . . 

Daniel Beere 

Edmund Francis Anstey 

Andrew Beatty 

William Henry Dowling 
Charles William Robinson 



LI BUT. 



P 20 Oct. 13 

P 81 June 27 

P 13 Mar. 36 

P 26 July 34 

P 19 June 36 

P IJuly 36 

37 Nov. 36 

24 Apr. 20 

26 Jan. 26 

P 29 Jan. 36 

31 July 28 

11 Oct. 27 

P 12 Feb. 29 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P 3 Aug. 38 
P 16 Feb. 39 
P 12 April 39 
P 20 July 39 
16 June 39 
P31 Dec. 39 
P 17 Apr. 40 
P 12 Mar. 41 
P 14 May 36 
P21 May 41 
P 1 June 41 
2 July 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 

P 6 Nov. 41 

16 Apr. 42 

17 Apr. 42 
p 6 Feb. 41 
P17 June42 

4 May 42 
1 Nov. 42 
13 Oct. 43 
20 Oct. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



81 April 14 
P 89 Mar. 33 

89 Dec. 37 
P 87 July 38 
P 14 Sept. 38 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 18 April 39 

19 May 86 

11 Oct. 87 
P80 July 39 
P 18 Aug. 29 

11 June 30 

P 12 July 31 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P 17 Apr. 40 
P21 May 41 
P 1 June 41 

13 June 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 

16 Apr. 48 

16 Apr. 48 
P 8 Aug. 42 
16 Dec. 40 
P 1 Nov. 42 

23 Aug. 43 

8 Oct. 43 

9 Oct. 43 



P 31 Dec. 26 

P 19 June 36 

P 9 Aug. 39 

P31 Dec. 39 

P 26 June 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 

P 7 Sept. 41 

20 Aug. 41 

16 Apr. 48 

P 17 June 42 

14 Aug. 42 

9 Oct 43 



BRBYBT- 
MAJOB. 



28 June 38 



17 Nov. 43 
Paymoff^.— Charles South, 83 Aug. 87 ; Em. 9 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, p 17 Dec. 13. 
Aii^ant.^Lieut, R. B. Smith, 7 Sept. 41. 
Q^arter^Matter.^l>9.'^ Bilham, 17 Sept. 41. 
^tir^eon.— Stephenson Teevan, M.D.^ 4 Sept. 40 ; Asiiit.-Surgem, 83 Nov. 86; 

Hotp,'Amet, 16 June, 86. 
AuiMtant'Swrffoom. — Robert John Cole, M.D. 87 Aug. 41. 

Edward Howard, 89 April, 42. 
Facings Yellow. — Affent, Sir John Kirkland k, Co. 
I Sir Jtmcf Bomf Mrred under Oen. O'Han, at Toulon, until Iti eracuatioo, and was prewat at the 
deffoce of Port Mnlgmve, and the lortle from Toulon. Scrred the whole of the campaign In Coniea, 
until the iurreader of Calvf, including the storming of Conventkm Redoubt*, capture of Bt. Florento. Bastia, 
and the liege of CUri. In 1700, eerred the campaign in Holland, and wae wounded at AlUnoor, 88 Oct. 80. 
Aoeompanled the expedition to the Perrol, and lenred tlie whole of the campaign In Egypt in 1801, until 
the Bunaader of Afenandria. Barred in Uie expedition to Waleheren, and In Spain and Portugal from 
Mafeh, 1810, until the oooduelon of the war In 1614. Ho hae recelTcd a eron for Bueacok Baiami 
(teteialir woandedX St. Bebeeilan, and the Nlve. 



£?T^;Jri w^] 21*^Ayt. ofFooty{RoyalNorthBritUhFusilUT8.) \^'^£^;^^^ 



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ColoneL 
9 93% Right Han, Sir Frederick Adam/ QC B. GCMO. Ent. 4 Nov. 1705 ; Lt, 2 
Feb. 00 ; Capt. 30 Aug. 99 ; Mqf. 9 July, 03 ; LU-CoU 2« Aug. 04 ; Coh 20 Feb. 
12 ; Mqj.'Qen. 4 June 14 ] LL-Qen. 22 July, 30 ; Coh 2l9t Fuftil. 81 May, 48. 
LieuL'Colonelt — Oeorge Warren Walker,' Comet, 17 May, 99 ; Lieut, i» 18 June, 
01 ; Capt. 6 April, 09 ; Mqjor, 16 AprU, 17 : Brevet-^Lieut.^Col, 5 Mar. 18 ; 
negtl'Lieut.'CoU 14 Feb. 22 ; CoL 10 Jan. 87. 
, George Deare, Ens. 80 Oct. 17 ; Lieut. 8 July, 22 ; Capt. p 80 Dee. 24; Minor, 

I P 26 Oct. 32 ; Lieut.-Col. 28 Dec. 88. 
^ Mtyors.^Riehard Tyrrell Robert Pattoun,* J?fii. 11 Jan. 16; Lieut. 10 Avig, 
28; Capt. 2 Sept. 34; Major, vS Feb. 42. 

^-h William James Sutherland, 2nd Lieut. 8 May 14; Lieut. P22 Sept. 14; Capt. 
P 29 June, 20 ; Breoet-Mfpor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjor, 81 Dec. 42. 



Captains. 
John Crofton Peddie .... 
Angus Wm. Mackay * . . 

Fr^. Geo. Ainslie 

John Ramsay Stuart .... 
William John King ''.... 
Thos. Bythesea Mortimer 
Malcolm Mac Gregor. . . . 
Hon. Cha. Rich. West, #. 

James Adamson 

Duncan Fraser 

First Libctexants. 

AlfVed Andrews 

William Domvile 

Wm. AlcjtanderDely* .. 
And: Day. A. Stewart, r. 

Wm. Francis Ring 

Samuel Burges Lamb • . 

Henry Wm. Bace 

Arthur Lake Johnston . . 

George Deare 

Arthur Geo. Shawe .... 

Frederick Holland 

John Watson • . 

Robert Nicholson 

C. Arthur H. Rumbold. . 
John Patrick Stuart .... 
Cha. Geo. Brabazon .... 
Oliver Tho. Graham .... 

Edward Edwards 

Lachlan Macquarie 

Pra. B. Newport Tlnley 

Wm. Savage 

Wm. Jennings Firebrace 
Augustus Samuel Bolton 

Sbcond Lieuts. 
Thomas Wm. Prevost . . 
Arthur Edgecumbe Tuke 
Ileniy Frederick Evans. . 

Edward Clemison 

George Caldwell Dlckins 
William Charles Dilkes . . 
H enry Parr T. Woodington 
Robert Edward Peddle . . 



2d LIEUT. 



4 May 14 

24 July 02 
24 April 28 
20 Jan. 82 
1 Mar. 17 
16 Nov. 82 

6 Sept. 31 
P 80 Aug. 88 

22 Feb. 15 
p 18 Feb. 28 

P 12 Dec. 34 
P 24 April 36 

31 July 28 
P26Aprildl 

28 Oct. 81 I 
P 14 Dec. 82 

15 Feb. 33 
P 22 July 36 
P 16 Dec. 87 

1 April 36 

26 June 38 
18 Aug. 88 

7 Sept. 38 
1 July 87 

30 Dec. 88 
P 1 Feb. 30 

10 Jan. 40 

P 80 Oct. 38 

PUFeb. 40 

P28Aug. 40 

7 Aug. 40 

20 Oct. 40 

20 Dec. 40 

18 June 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
p 16 Kor. 41 
P 27 May 42 

27 May 42 
P 19 May 43 

22 Dec. 43 



LIEUT. 



P 29 June 20 

P 80 June 08 

P 6 Oct. 32 

Aug. 85 

29 Jan. 20 

2 July 87 

P 12 Dec. 84 

P 6 June 35 

11 June 17 

10 Dec. 33 

P 17 Aug. 38 
P 18 Aug. 38 
21 April 88 
P 9 Aug. 88 
8 May 35 
P 6 Feb. 36 

27 July 38 
30 Dec. 38 

P 1 Feb. 80 

28 Aug. 80 
16 May 40 
81 May 40 
18 June 40 

P26 July 39 
3 Oct. 40 

13 Aprn41 

10 May 41 
P 30 Oct. 40 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 25 Sept 41 

25 Oct. 42 
P 19 May 48 

16 Dec. 48 



CAPTAIN . 

P 26 Nov. 25 
27 July 32 

P 26 June 38 

P 10 Jan. 40 
3 Oct. 40 

P 24 Sept 41 
29 Nov. 41 

P 16 Apr. 42 
31 Dec. 42 
6 Nov. 41 1 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



4 V^or Patloan terrtd mt 
tlM ■torm simI eapture of Fort 
Bangalung; capture of tKe 
town of U^htbum in Rio Pon* 
taa tn 1S17; and Bana Town, 
Riwr Onmbla. In 1818. 

Capt. If aeliay ■errwl fh« 
campaign of 1807 in EcypC. 
Made prifon^rof war in an an* 
(HMrsmeot with tita enenij la 
Calabria lOlh Jane, 1800, and 
detained ai sucli until 14tk 
May, 1814. Preaent at New 
Orleane, 8 Jan. 1815. 

6 Ueut. Daly eerred with 
the 48th at the attack and cap- 
ture of Coorg tn the Eaal la- 
dlee, hi April 16S4. 

Dr. D amp at w aarved hi lh« 
Btumeae war* 



Paymaster.-^ 

A<yutant.— Lieut. G. Deare, 25 Oct. 40. 

Quarter-MaMter.— hornet Mahood, 26 Feb. 41 . [ABtitt. 4 Oct IS. 

Surgeon^— John Dempster,* M.D. 4 Mar. 36; Aseiet.'Swrg. I Sept. 14; ffctp*- 

Asiistant'Surgeont.^ ohn Summers, M.D. 29 May, 40. 

FranclB Lalng, 6 Nov. 40. 

Frederick William Tupper, 8 June, 41. 

Faeinge Blue. — Agent, John Lawrie, E»q. 

1 Sir Predariek Adam eerred in Holland, and waa preaent In the actions of the S7th Aufnit, IMh Bep. 
teml^r, and ted October, 1700 ; took part in tbe actione of the8tli, ISih, and Slit March, 1801, In Effypt. 
81r Frederick was eeverely wounded near Allcaot, iSth April, 1818 ; at the paae of Ordall he recelted tw« 
wounds, one which broke hia left nnn, and anotlMr which shattered his left hand ; and ha waa also sevarely 
iKoanded al Waterloo. 

9 Col. Walker's serricee :~«ieffe of Afra and battle of Luwarrae 1803 ; elect of Bhurtpora IfiOft. and 
campaigna of Lord Lalie ; siefa or Hattrasa ; siefe of Kaloonga under Mi^or-Oen. Gilleeple, who waa luDrd. 

7 Capi. King sarrtd the campatgne of 1818 and 10 in Concaa, In la^a. Served in the Bnrmeaa war la 
1004 and A, and received a leTere contoaloa whea laadlag tha attack on the While Psfoda, aa oot-work of Ihn 
stoekadr of Donahew. I7f 



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Colonel. 
9 sir Charles James Napier^* QCB. Ent, 31 Jan. 94; Lieut. 8 May, 94; CapU 

22 Dec. 03 ; Mqjor, 29 May, 06; Lieui.-Col. 27 June, 11 ; Col. 27 Mav,25 ; 

Mtyor-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; C&L 22 Regt. 31 Nov. 43. 
Lieut.-ColoneU.—JohnLysaghtFenne![iit\ier*CB. Comet,^ 14 Jan. 18; X^ P20 

Feb. 23; Capt. P5 Nov. 25; 3f<yVw, i'22 March 31 ; JLieut.- Col. ^ l6 Oct. 39. 
Samuel Brandram Boileau, Bns. p4 Oct. 21 ; Lintt. p1 Aug. 26; Capt. p25 Nov. 

28; MtgoTf P9 Dec. 36 ; Lleut.-Col. p 18 Dec. 40. 
M<yors.—3ohn U. Poole,* CB. En». 24 Mar. 14; Xi«u^. 80 Sept« 19 : Cai^f. 

1 Nov. 30 ; M({ior, p 18 Oct. 39; Brevet Lieut.-CoL 4 July, 48. 
Wm.Raban,^n«.3Jan.ll; /;zeu^2Junel3; CapM4Feb.28; Arr^'or,18Dec.40. 



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Captains. 

Arthur Myers 

David Rae Smith 

Fred. Darley George,* CB. 
T.SydenhamConway ,'C B. 

John Chalmers 

George Mainwaring' .... 

St. John Mundell » 

Thomas Chute* 

Thomas Alexander Souter* 
Charles Thomas PowelP 

Lieutenants. 
Waldron Barrs Kelly « . . 

Mark W. Goldie' 

Hen. J. Coote* 

Edward Dunbar 

Arthur Webber Smith . . 
Fra. Pym Harding' .... 
Henry And. Grant Evans' 
Joseph Edwin Thackwell* 
Wm. Duncan Hilton .... 
Edgar Stead man Smith 
Fred. Geo. Tho. Deshon' 

William SomerviUe* 

Cha. Philip Jos. Stopford • 

John Brennan ' 

Joseph Maycock 

Colin Dakers* 

Richard Everard Blake* 
Thomas Leonard Leader 
Herbert George Bowden • 
Wm. J. D'Oyiey C. Aplin 

Alexander Miller^ 

WUliam Carrow» 

Ensigns. 
Isaac S. B.Phipps Boileau 

Thomas Andrews 

William Richard Goddard 
William Henry Budd . . 

Thomas Stack * 

John Francis Hyde .... 
John Theoph.lus Usshcr 



ENSIUN. 



12 June 17 
P 3 Nov. 26 
P 24 Mar. 25 

14 Feb. 28 
P 3 Dec. 29 

3 May 15 

Pll June 30 

P 24 Feb. 32 

30 June 24 

P 20 Nov. 35 

P29 Aug. 34 
P29 Mar. 35 

28 Sept. 30 
P27 Oct. 37 

35 Jan. 39 
P16 Mar. 38 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 6 June 34 
P 19 Feb. 36 
PlO Not. 37 

29 Dec. 37 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P 17 Sept. 89 

17 Sept. 39 
P 20 Oct. 40 

29 Mar. 39 
P24Jan. 41 
p 5 July 39 

30 Apr. 41 
P 7 July 38 

15 Mar. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 3 Feb. 20 

13 Feb. 28 

P 30 April 37 

P26 April 31 

P 30 June 34 

17 Sept. 17 

27 Mar. 33 

P 9 Dec. 36 

8 May 35 

PlO Feb. 37 

P 1 April 86 

8 Sept. 38 

P 17 Sept. 89 

P 20 Oct. 40 

29 May 40 
Pl8 Dec. 40 
P 9 Nov. 39 

23 Oct. 39 
5 Jan. 
do. 
do. 
P 24 Jan. 
P 25 Jan. 

30 Apr. 4! 
29 Apr. 42 

4 May 42 

27 May 42 
P 14 June 42 
P30 May 43 

20 May 40 

28 Nov. 40 
P 15 Dec. 43 



BV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



4 July 
4 July 



43 

43 



29 Apr. 42 

p27 Dec. 42 

1 Nov. 42 

P 10 Feb. 43 

18 Feb. 43 

22 July 42 

P 30 May 43 



41 



41 
41 



P24 June 24 
P26 April 31 
P30 Aug. 33 
P 9 Dec. 36 
P18 Dec. 40 
5 June 40 
16 May 41 

18 Feb. 43 

14 06t. 42 
P 15 Dec. 43 

1 Thr foiluwfnf Ofierti wet« "pm- 
■PBt with (he force under tb« brave 
Sir •'^hwlei Napier at the battle ol 
Meeanee, on the 17lh Feb. 184S:— 
vfi. Lc-'CbU. Pennpfktber (daofer* 
oiuljr woaadedX and Poolr. llajort 
Oeoff* and Conwaj (w^ounded), 
Oapti. M&inwarinf, Chute, and 
Powell, LleuU. Ooldte, Coote, Har> 
ding (atretely wottnded), Evant, 
Stoprord. Breauan, Daken. Blake, 
and Bowden (wounaed), Em. Stack, 
and Surgeon Campbell. Ml thexe 
oflUcers were also present at the 
battle of Dubba, on the f tth Marcht 
eieept LL-Col. Pennv father. Ll. 
Harding) and Sufr^vn Campbell,— 
the two former were prevented bv 
wounds, and the latter had left on 
tick leave ; and in addition, there 
were prMcnt Lientenanta Tbaek- 
well. Deshoo, Somervtlle, and 
Canrow, and Doctor Aaderton i in 
this action Captain Chute, Lieute* 
nanta Coote, Evans, and Brennan, 
were severely wounded, and £ns. 
Stack was slightly wounded. Majur 
Conway and Lieutenant Harding 
served with the Light Company at 
, the defence of the Residency at Uy- 
drabad, under if i^or Outram. Lirut. 



P31 Dec. 41 

Kelly, who had been detained on a court martial at 
Kurrachee. as Deputy Judge Advocate, and when on 
his way to Julri the Regiment with a Sepoy escort was 
twice Bttsekcd and had a horse shot und<>r him, but on 
both oeeaaions defeated a very superior force. 

6 Lieut. Miller served with the 26th on the China 
expedition, and was present at the repulse of the nitht 
attack on Ningpo, attack and capture of the rnrmy's 
entrcnehei camp on the Heights of Segoan, attack and 

ieajttnre of Chapoo, Shanghai and Woosung, and Chin 
Kiang Poo. 

Paymaster. — James Edward Langford,7 April, 43; Quarter. -Matter y^\ Nov. 34. 

Adljuiant.^Lieut. W. Bam Kelly, 24 April, 38. 

Qiiar^cr-Afflwfer.— William Young, 16 Dec. 41 ; Ens. 19 Nov. 4 K 

Surgem.-'Xlex. Campbell,' 30 Sept. 42; .4. 5. 29 July 30; IL-A. 27 Feb. 27. 

Assist,' Surg.-^otiTi Anderson,* M.D. 8 May, 40. 

Thomas M'Grath, M.D. 8 June, 41. Facings Bnff.—AgentSf 

James Prichard Moline, 7 Oct. 42. [Messrs. Cox k Co. 

sir Cbnrlei Napier aerrcd in the Irish rebelUon, tn I79S i and ha the Intarrectlon, In 1S08. Commanded the fiOth 
titarougkoat the campaign terminating with the batUe of Corunnat when be was made prisoner alter receiving Sve wounds, 
vli. leg broken by a mntket-shott sabre-cut on the head, to the back by a bayonet, ribs broken by a eannonshot. and several 
severe eoBtnaiooa from the butt- end of n musket Betumed to the PeninanU the latter part of 1809^ where be remained 
until IBll, and was present at the action of the Coa (had two hones shot under him), battle of Busaeu (shot through the 
ttee, also Jaw broken and eye Injured), battle of Puenles d*0nor» second sleg« of Bad^os. and a grvat number of skirmishes. 
In 1S13 h* setred in a floating eypedition on the coast of the United Sutea of North Aroerien t landed a great Bomber of 
times at Cnoey Island* and other places. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was prpsent at the storming of Cambray. 
Conmanded the fbrce employed in Selnde t and on the 17th Feb. 1S48, with only 2,600 British tro« psi he attacked and 
defeated, after a dcapcrate action of three hours* duratton, 23,000 uf the enemy, strongly posted at Meeaace. On the Slst 
Feb; Bjntrabad- surreodned to hlns i sod oo the 24th Mnreh. with ft»00Omen. he attaehed and slgnaUy defeated 20.000 of the 
raemy, posted In n very strong and difflcQlt posltioB at Dubba i thus completing the entire •umngation of Siinde, Sir 
Charics hM received a medal for Corunna. 



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Sf rrlng at 

Deroeraim. 

Ret. Bn. In Cwwda. 

In the centre of the Colour the Prknct of Wal«M*s Fr4Uhers, with the motto, " Jek J9i>n.*'— In the ie«ond 
and third corners, the Ruing Sun and the Sed Dragon, and in the fourth comer, the Whit€ Hortr, 
with the Motto, " See atpera terrent."—** MINDEN"— tlie Sphhtx, with the word* "EGYPT"— " CO- 
RUNNA*"— "MARTINIQUE"— "ALBUHERA" — " BADAJOZ" — " SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— 
"j»YREKE ES"— " NIVELLE"— " 0RTHE8"-" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

.Years' 8er».' ^""^""^ 



61 



Full 
Pay. 



19 



83 



22 



35 
19 
18 
15 
16 
16 
11 
11 
11 
19 
11 
10 

18 
9 
9 
5 
5 
8 
7 
7 
5 
6 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
4 

2 
o 



Half 
Pay. 



2 
2 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

17 

3 

17 

18 

3 

I 







Colonel. 
9 Sir Jas. Willoughby Gordon,* Bt. OCB. GCH. Bns, 17 Oct. 1783; Lieut, 

6 Mar. 89; Capt. 2 Sept. 95; Mqfor. 9 Nov. 97 ; Lieut.-Col. 21 May, 1801 ; 

CoL 25 July, 10; Mi^or-Qen. 4 June, 13; Lieut^-Oen, 27 May»25; Gen, 

23 Not. 41 ; CoL 23rd FuBiliers, 23 April, 23. 
Litut, 'Colonel.— kTi\m.T Wellesley Torrens, Etu. k Lieut. 14 April, 26 ; Lieut. 

& Capt. 12 June, 30; Capt. k. Lieut. -CoL P 11 Sept. 40. 
Mcfjor8.—l^ I12i Robt. PattiBon Holmes,* 2nd Lieut. 14 Feb. 11; Lieut. »12 

Dec. 11; Capt.'PA Sept. 23; Mqjor, 17 Dec. 30. 
William Cockell,* 2m< Lieut. 26 Dec. 22 ; Lieut, p 23 June, 25 ; Capt. p 29 Aug. 

26 ; Brev.'Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Mc^or^ p 17 Nov. 43. 











































\^\ 









Captains. 
9 QiSI John Enoch^, t. . 

Henry Seymour 

CharleB Crutchley 

William Aloock 

Frederick Qranville . . . 
Robt. Edgar Campbell . 
Wm. Lemofl Willoughby 
Harry Geo. Chester . . . 

Frederick Torrens 

Fred. J. PhUlott 

Hobart Grant Anderdon 

George Watkins Rice . . . 

First Lieutenants. 

John Deakins 

Charles Blackett 

George Ferguson 

Edward Battye 

Wellington C. Cecil Baker 
Fra. A. G. D. Roebuck . . 
A. W.WUliams Wynn .. 

Thomas EUis 

Arthur James Jones .... 
Francis Edward Evans . . 
Thomas Parker Rickford 
Wm. Pitcaim Campbell 

John Wynne 

Jules Isham Routh .... 
Edward W. D. BeU .... 
John Charles Conolly . . 

Second Libutb. 
Francis B. Campbell .... 
I Robert Taylor Raynes . . 
Peregrine L. Phillips .. 
Fred. Thomas Brock .... 
Orismond Philipps . . . . 

Robert Bruce 

Charles Edward Hopton 



2nd LIEUT. 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. iBBEV .MAJ 



15 Aug. 


11 


P 1 Aug. 


26 


22 July 


30 


Pll Dec. 


28 


P 1 Nov. 


33 


P 19 Dec. 


34 


P 10 Apr. 


85 


7 Aug. 


35 


Pll Dec. 


35 


P 12 Dec. 


26 


P24 Mar. 


37 


P17 June36 


P20 July 


27 


P28 Apr. 


37 


P28 Apr. 


37 


P 4 Aug. 


37 


P 9 Jan. 


38 


P 10 Apr. 


40 


Pll Sept 


.40 


3 Dec. 


41 


15 Apr. 


42 


15 Apr. 


42 


P 22 Apr. 


42 


P 4 Aug. 


43 


19 Oct. 


43 


P 20 Oct. 


43 


P17 Nov. 


43 


P 22 July 


42 



22 July 80 
P15 Nov. 33 
Pll Dec. 35 
P24 Mar. 87 
P28Apr. 37 
P30 Dec. 36 
p 8 Dec. 37 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 16 Nov. 41 

15 Apr. 42 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 17 Nov. 43 



80 Mar. 09 
8 Apr. 25 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 8 Apr. 20 
P17 Sept. 29 
P21 Aug. 28 
P 16 July 80 

26 Oct. 30 

17 Dec. 80 
7 Apr. 25 

P 16 Nov. 33 
P 2 May 84 

18 Apr. 26 
P27 Mar. 35 
P17 Apr. 35 
P31 July 85 
Pll Dec. 35 
p 13 May 86 
p 24 Mar. 37 

20 Oct. 37 
P 5 Apr. 39 
P 5 Apr. 89 
Pll Sept. 40 
6 Aug. 41 
P 10 Sept. 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
16 Apr. 42 
P30 Oct. 40 

16 Apr. 42 

17 Apr. 42 
P 22 Apr. 42 

on IMik-ww AO \ t^ foUowiat I ▼!«. aetloiw nrar EwlalU, 
£\3 may «rf Ald«ad* Paat« » hui 



• PaTiBMter Dam Mrrtd to A« 
PrniDBuU In 1814. Pmrat tt Wa- 
terloo ISth JttBC. Storming of Cam- 
bny (cooitnanded Udder pnrCy iSd 
Puttlien), and cuptur* of Parte. 

7 Quarter- Master Moored vet- 
T icn : — Campalffn of 1799 In Ho Uaad , 
Ineludlnf the aedoat on the Inndlac 
near tht Heldrr, Zf^ Dyke, Saad 
UiUa, and Bginont-op-Xee.and tak- 
tny of Hoom liv aarprtoe. IfjryliaM 
campalffn of IMl, Inelndlnff dw ac- 
tion on landlns. Mi March. aaJ tba 
action! of the 11th. ISth, and tlst 
March 1 alere and capture of Alcsaadrla. Bapadlliaa 
to, and action! of the 17lh and Mih Auf . IS07. to frvM 
of Copenhafcn. Sieffea of Porta aoyal and Bonihaa, 
and action In ftvoX of Port Boortion, Martinique. 
Pcnlnralafrom 1810, to the end of iho 



Aldea de Pente ; hattiei of Salamanca. VlttorU. NlTella. 
Nive, Orthcs. and Toalouae ; alefca of Olivenaa, Bn- 
d^oa ralaed IStfa May, 1811, Cludad Rodrlfo, Badi^M 
taken by !torm, and fbrti near Balamanea. Prcaent al 
Waterloo and the ttonnlnt of Cambray. 



8 June 42 
P81 Mar. 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 

Henry HaU Dare p20 Oct. 43 

John Vincent {p 17 Nov. 48 

Paynuuter.—l^^Bi Geo. Dunn," 15 Mar. 81 ; 2nd Lt. 15 Apr. 13; Lt. 18 July, 15. 
AfQutant. — \gt Lieut. John Wynne, 11 Nov. 42. 
Quarter^Masier.—^ Wi Garrvtt Moore/ 8 Nov. 27. 

Surgeon.~-Edw. Bradford, 24 Sept. 41 ; AsHst.-S. 20 Mar.28 ; Hot.- A. 6 Dec. 26. 
Aaiit.'Surgeoni. — James Edmund Currcy, M.D. 16 Feb. 41. 

Francis Power Loinsworth, 31 March, 43. 
Faeinge Blue. — Agent*, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Sir Willoi^by Gordon went op In Lord Hood*! Pleet to the tlefe of Tonlon. ac a VehmteCTjln ITtt. Preacnt at the taktag 
of the French Force at Sanity Bay. In 17W. Commanded the SMh, when it took pememlon of and occupied Madeira. In Ihe 
•print of ISIl be «*a apiiolfttcd goaner- Matter- General to ihe Poreet aerrloff la the Penhttnla nnder the Dnko of WeUinc- 
ton, aad wa! «lth the Army at the capture of Madrid, at Butffo!, and the rabaequcat ictrcat to Portugal. 

t M^Jor Holme* lenrcd m the Prnlnsala, ttvm IBIt to the end of tht war, Inclodlai the alegea of Ciodad Kodrifo asd 
Badajos. In 18IS t batdet el .Nt««lle. Kive, Ortbea, and Tuuloiiae. Preacnt at Waterloo, Ueming of Canbray. aad capture of 
Parts. Severely woondcd al the rtamihn of Badajoc by a iatt!ket ball In the rl^t hand. Caatuicd la the bead, by a ■■»- 
ket ball at Waterloo. 

3 Major Coekcll wa« at Ihe li^it and rapture of Bbnrtporv, In 18SS. 

i Capt. Enoch terrcd with Ihe eapvdHioo to Walchcren aad at the titgt of Pluihlnf . la ISOS i la the PrttonU IV«« WIS 
10 UiS. tocladlattbeaietea of Badaioa and OUrensa, In 1811 1 battle of Albnhera, actioM of Pncair Orlnalda. Itth. 
trUt Sept. ISII t ilcfM of aadad Rodrfco Mtd Bad^oi. baiUe of Balamanea (afTefvly wwwded). Srrrfd atan Ihe ri 



..S^^S*^ «V« W^Ml* .1 



.s.^— ^j 



Vea«»8erv. 



45 



^^i^DSSIu."^] 24^A ( The 2nd Warwickshire) Regiment oj j^ooi. 175 

The Sphinx, vrith the words, * Egypt"— "Caf« of Good Hopb"— "Talavbba"— " Fusntes d'Ohor"— 

" SAI.AMAXCA"— " VlTTOBlA"— " PTEBKHBa"— " NiVBLLB"— " ObTHBS"— " PBBXNSULA." 

Colonel. 
Robert Ellice/ J?/u. 8 Nov. 98; Lt. 5 Jan. 99 ; Capt. 4 May, 01 ; Aftyor, 12 
May, 08 ; Lt-CoL 16 Mar. 09 ; CoL 12 Aup. 19 ; Mqjor^Oen, 22 July, 30 ; 
Lt.'Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; C<)Z. 24th Regt. 2 Nov. 42. 

Henry Divn Townshend,' Ens. p 16 July, 12; Lt. p 14 Sept. 16; Capt. p 1 Nov. 21 1 
Mt^. 10 Oct. 35; Brev. Lt.-Col. 29 Mar. 39; U.-Col. 17 Aug. 41. 

Mqjor9.—lf^<Sdi John Stoyte,^ ^7i^. 21 Mar. 11 ; Lieut. 4 Julv, 13; Capt, 
P27 Jan. 25; Brev.-Mqjor, 28 June, 38; Mqjor^ 8 Jan. 41. 

Charles Hastings Doyle, Ens. 23 Dec. 19; Lieut. 27 Sept. 22; Capt. p 16 June, 
25 ; Brevet'M^joTy 28 June 38 ; Major, 17 Aug. 41 . 



Pull 



27 



32 



33 



33 
87 
22 

19 
35 
19 
19 
19 
19 
16 

19 

18 

18 

16 

9 

7 

7 

6 

6 

9 

4 

4 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

11 
9 
2 

21 



Half 
Pay. 




















A 

13ft 

























Captains. 

9 Robert Marsh <> 

John Harris'' 

Hen. Wm. Harris ' .... 
Fred. Thomas Maitland . . 
9 John Adrian Lutman' 

Daniel Riley»o 

Henry Young 

Nicholas Leslie 

Aug. Geo. Blachford. . . . 
Howell Paynter 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Wm. Qustavus Brown . . 

William Spring 

Edw. Sims James, r 

John Monck Mason *' . . 
Robt. Wm. Travers .... 
Chas. Robison Harris . . 
Edmund Wodehouse .... 
Edw. Jas. Ing. Fleming 
Louis Howe Bazalgette . . 

Thomas Hodgetts 

Francis Spring 

John Saunders Shore. , . . 
John Henry Lutman . . . . 



BNSION. 



31 Oct. 11 

28 Aug. 07 

P 23 May 22 

9 Apr. 25 

1 Feb. 09 

13 Jan. 25 

P 30 June 25 

8 Apr. 25 

P 12 Nov. 25 

26 Apr. 28 

7 July 25 
P 30 Dec. 26 
P 22 Oct. 26 

27 Sept. 15 
23 Jan. 35 

P17 Feb. 37 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P 26 Jan. 38 
26 June 38 
4 Sept. 30 
P 28 Feb. 40 
P27 Mar. 40 

8 Jan. 41 



Ensigns 

Jolm Henry FraserStewart I p 15 Jan. 41 
Oeo. Ellis Lloyd Williams ! p 23 Apr. 41 



Rich. Sam.White Hackett 
John Selwyn Payne .... 
Percy Wm. Com. Lipycatt 

Alfred Woodgate 

Robert Ruttledge 

John Bulkeley Thelwall 



17 Aug. 41 
P24Sept.41 
P 22 April 42 
P 6 May 42 
P 16 June 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 



LIEUT. 



P 13 Feb. 17 

21 July 09 

27 Sept. 24 

P 18 Feb. 26 

13 May 13 

15 Dec. 25 

P 1 Aug. 26 

P31 July 26 

P 12 Dec. 26 

6 Jan. 33 

11 May 30 
P 1 June 32 
P 16 July 29 

25 Oct. 35 
p27 Mar. 40 

8 Jan. 41 
P 15 Jan. 41 

17 Aug. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 

13 Mar. 35 
P 22 April 42 
P 6 May 42 
P 16 June 43 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.-MA J 



P 14 Apr. 29 
11 May 30 

P30 Dec. 31 

P 12 Apr. 33 
13 Feb. 36 
25 Oct. 36 

P 3 Nov. 37 

8 Jan. 41 

17 Aug. 41 

P 6 May 42 



S CapL H. W. HuTis Mrred in 
the BunncM war. and wat prwent 
In th« encacementi at Paddoo, and 
Mahatec \ Mvervly wounded in lb* 
body and neck by musket ihota at 
the attack of the HiUsor Arracan. 

9 Capt Lntman'sserTlees i— Cam- 
ftaJfn and batUeof dMronna (wound- 
ed In the left thiffh expedition to 
Walcheren, and sleffe of Flushing t 
Sicily ftrom May 1810 to June ISIS i 
Peninsula from June I61S until tlia 
end of tlie war* ineludinf tbo battio 
of Castalla, siege of Tairagona, July 
and Aug. 1813, and blockade of Bar. 
celona, Feb. to May 1814 ; served 
also in tbc American war. 



10 Capt. Riley was in the engagement with a French 
squadron in the Mosambiqua channel 3rd July, 1810 1 
served the Nepaul campaign of 1814 and 15. 

11 Lieut. Mason served in Canadag Flanders, and 
France, in 1814 and 15 \ also in Canada in 1838, and 
commanded a company of volunteers at the taking 
Qrand Brule. 

14 Mr. Lorimer served in tiie Peninsula (hnn Jun 
1810 to the end of the war. 



Paymaster. — Geo. Abercromby Ferrier, 29 Mar. 42; Sns. p 12 April, 33; Lieut, 
At^^utant.^Ensign O. £. L. Williams, 12 Dec. 43. [p 1 June, 38. 

Quarter-Master. — James Price, 16 Aug. 42. 
Surgeon.—^ Wm. Lorimer,'^ 3 Nov. 37 ; Assist. -Surg. 22 June, 16 ; Hasp.- Assist. 

10 June, 11. 
Assist. "Surgeon. — ^John Donald, 23 Aug. 39. 

\ Facings Oreen. — Agents ^ Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir B. R. Borough, 

Bt., Armit, k Co. 
[Returned from Canada, 25 July, 1841.] 

I Lieut. 'General BUiec served on the expedition to South America, tud was present at the capture of Buenoe Ayres. 

I Licot.-Colonel Tewnsbend served in the American war, and was present at the taking of Fort Niagara, Blackroek, and 
Bullkto, and battle of Lundy*s Lane t severely wounded through the left shoulder at the assault on Fort Brie, 14th Aug. 1814. 
Promoted to the Brevet Bank of LiruU-Colonel for services during the Canadian Rebellion in 1837 and 38. 

5 M^or Sloyle was present at the stonniog of Bad^os 6th April, 181t « operations in front of and battte of Salamanea. Se- 
verely wounded at Salamanca, lost one finger, and wounded through the left band and In the breart while carrying the colours, 
the standard of which was shot away \ wounded through the right hand and uken prisoner st Bergcn-op-Zoom | present en 
the I6tii and 18th June at Waterloo. 

6 Capt. Marsh icrvrd in the Peninsula from Aug. 181 S to the end of the war. Including the batdes of Vittoria, tefaalar, 
NiveUe (wounded), and Orthes. Served the Nepaul campaigns of 1815 and 18, ind the Mahracta war of 1817 and 18. 

7 CapL John Harris was In the engagement with the Bettona and Mintna, French frigates, and a corvette, in the Mosam- 
blqae ehannel, Srd July, 1810 ( served the Nepaul campaigns of 1814 and 15, including the Uking of Uarriapore i in the Meh- 
ratia war in 1817 l in Lower Canada in 1837. st the taking of Grande Brulce. In Upper Canada in 1838. Commanded the 
2iih regt. before Navy Island with the local rank of Migor. 



Y«an' Scrv. 



68 



IS?.Vd'J?^.J 25^A ( Tlu King^i awn Borderers) Regt of Foot. [^^^^SS^Z 

Tlie King** Crest in two corners of the Colour, '' In Verltate BeHgionit eot^tdo" The 
Anns of ISdinburgh, " Nisi Dominus frustra ;" with the White Horse in the tliird comer 
of the Colour. " Nee aspera terrent:* " MINDEN"—" EG MO NT-OP-ZEE." The 
Sphinx^ with the word « EGYPT."— Flank Companies, « MARTINIQUE." 

Colonel, 
9 STir Henry Fred. Campbell/ KCB. k GCH. Ens, 20 Sept. 86; Xt>u/. H 

Capt. 25 April, 93 ; Capt. k Lieut,-Col. 6 April, 96; Col, 26 Sept. 08 ; 3f<f/or. 

G^e^t. 26 July, 10; Lieat.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Col, 25th Rcgt« 

20 Oct. 31. Lieut. 'Colonels, 

Courtenay Chambers,* Ens. 10 June^ 13; Lieut, k Capt, 6 July 16; Major, 1*29 

Oct. 25 ; Lieui,'Col. p31 Aug. 30. 
James Robert Young, ^tu. 27 July, 15 ; Lieut, 14 Dec. 18 ; Capi. p IS May, 26 ; 

Mc^or, P 31 Dec. 33 ; Lieut, -Col. 8 April, 42. 
Mc^ors.—Vfm. James D'Urban, Cornet, 7 Oct. 19; Lieut, p26 Sept. 28; Capt. 

P8 April, 26 ; Mqjor, p16 Oct. 35. 
John Joseph Hollls, Ens. 9 July 03 ; Lieut, 1 Dec. 04 ; Capt, 80 Mar. 00 ; Brev,^ 

Mqfor, 22 July 30; Mq^or, 8 April, 42. 



Fall 
Pay. 



30 



29 
SI 



40 



Hair 
Pay. 



4A 

H 

A 



19 
19 
17 
19 
11 
11 
17 
21 
9 
9 
















17 





8 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





7 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





5 





4 











8 





3 





2 





4 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





2 





1 





14 





9 





22 





28 


6A 


6 





6 
2 







Captains. 

Wm. O'Connor 

A. Armstrong Barnes . . 

Richard Jenkins 

San^nel Wells 

Samuel B. Hamilton .... 
Stephen Pons. Peacockc 

William M'Donald 

George Holt 

Wm. C. E. Napier, * 

Edwd. Ramsdcn Priestley 

LiBUTEKANTS. 

Henry Pinder. . . .' 

Harry Gough 

Stanhope M. Gildea .... 
Rob. Henry lindsell . . . 

James Ogilvy 

Stewart Northey 

Robert Mascie Taylor . . 
Cha. George Smith .... 
Henry Torrens Walker. . 
Robert Murphy NicoUs 
Julius Brockman Travers 
Fred. J. B. Priestley .... 
Robert Cairnes Bruce . . 

Samuel Percy Lea 

Wm. H. Tylden Pattenson 

Edward Wellesley 

Henry Reynolds Werge 
j Henry Edw.Sam.Rndyerd 
H u^hSomer^illeS.Bumey 
Bertie Mathew Roberts 
Delancey Barclay Johnston 

George Bent 

William Birch 

Ensigns. 

William Cumming 

Charles D. Pogson .... 

John Clancy • • . , 

Robert Smith 

Sir Robert Barclay ,fiir<. 
Charles Fred. Browne . . 

Charles Dowson 

Henry Exley Jones 



ENrtlON. 



9 Apr. 25 

21 July 25 

P 1 Feb. 27 

9 Apr. 25 

20 Sept. 33 

P 26 Oct. 33 

P 6 Apr. 27 

10 Aug. 23 

28 Aug. 35 

27 Nov. 36 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 6 Dec. 27 

P 1 July 36 

P2D Apr. 37 

P 13 Jan. 38 

P 31 Mar. 38 

P 18 Jan. 39 

Pll Jan. 39 

P 1 Dec. 87 

28 Oct. 86 

9 July 87 

8 July 37 

2 Mar. 38 

P 80 Mar. 88 

P 6 July 38 

P2d Aug. 39 

PI6N0Y. 89 

Pdl Dec. 89 

P 16 Dec. 40 

P 29 Dec. 36 

22 May 41 

16 0jt. 41 



P22 Dec. 25, 
28 May 29 
P 4 June 28 
P 8 Oct. 20 
P 14 July 37 



P 14 Aug. 28 
P 1 July 36 
P 16 June 37 
P 16 Sept. 37 
P 12 Jan. 89 



P 15 Sept. 37 P 23 Aug. 39 
P 31 Aug. 30 ! 8 AprU 42 
122iept,25 30 Oct. 40 
P 29 April 42 
P 20 Oct. 43 



P 17 Nov. 37 
p 13 Jan. 38 

P 30 Oct. 84 
P 80 Mar. 88 
Pll May 38 
P 16 Nov. 89 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P 21 May 41 
p 



BKBV.-Sf AJ. 



23 NoY. 41 



1 8ir Hear? Frederick Oanip- 



y 



bell wrvpcr in Hullond frum 
Feb. to May, 1793 ; In Flandera 
from June to Dve. 1704, «nd 
W119 preaent Id Uia action at 
Boit«l. EmbBrkrd for Portu- 

31 .7« Ji ' f '** •" 1^- '^**' '•> command of 
a ^ ***• ** Brigade of tiuarda, and 

17 Sept. 41 wai prewot at tha paMaK* at 
P 4 July 89 ^^® Douro and ttpt«r« of 
A Chnt 1Q Oporto, action Kt 8aJaroond«, 
a A -1 40 **^ **'**• **' TalaTera, when 
8 April 42 he w«B MTerely woond«l» and 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

P 29 April 42 

,p 14 June 39 

iP23 June43 

jP21 July 43 



10 AprU 42, P 13 Oct. 
4 Sept. 40 1 26 Oct. 



8 AprU 42 

9 April 42 
P 22 April 42 
P20 Dec. 42 
P 28 June 43 

19 May 48 
8 June 42 



43 
48 



returned to England in ronit». 
q nonce. Rejuioed the annj in 
Porttifral* in June, 1811, and 
returned tit* commaad of the 
2nd Drigwle of Ouardt, wlili 
wliich iie was present at the 
siege of Ciudad Rodrifo. On 
the advance of the Britiah 
Army aeroas the Avneda into 
Spain, he commanded the lit 
Division, and with It waa pre- 
icnt at the battle of Saln- 
manca, capture of Madrid, a^ 
aieice of Burgna. NcMi ar.d 
one clasp for Talavera 
Salamanca. 



P27 Oct 48 
Paifmaster,—Wm,Brume\l, 30Sept. 42; Ens, 11 June, 30; Lieut, 10 Oct. 34. 
I Aeffutant, — Lieut. 

Quarter-Master, — John Pottn, 10 Jan. 22. 

Surgeon.— Ju. Findlayson Nlvifon/ 20 Sept. 80; Assist.-Surg, 30 June, 25; 

Hosp.-Assist. 24 June, 16. 
Assisttint'Surgeo9a,—l>UTicBn Donald M<Cay M'Donald, 4 Oct. 99. 

Edward John Barton, M.D. 11 May, 38. 
Benjamin Swiil, M.D. 8 April, 42. 
Facings Bine.— ^Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co, 
f Lle«t.-€olonel Chamber* served the eampalffn of 1814 in Holland. 
6 Mr. Ntvisoa aerved hi Upper and Lower Canada during the RtbelUon In ll»87 and M. 



■1 fidipbMfff h. J 



Yeiics'Serr. 



dO 



Pall 



23 



d5 



28 



30 
23 
26 
20 
16 
27 
12 
18 
15 
9 

11 

11 

10 

7 

10 

10 

9 

7 

6 
5 
6 

4 
4 



Half 
P»j. 



^ 



1« 



















o 












26f A {The Canienmian) Reffiment of Foot. 

The Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT "— " CORUNNA.'* 
On the Colours and Appomtments <* China," with the device of '< The t>ragmi:* 

ColoneL 
fi 9SI John, Ln-d Seaton,' GCB, GCMG. GCH., Em. 10 July, 1794 ; Lieut. 4 
Sept. 96 ; Capt, 12 Jan. 00 ; Mfyor, 21 Jan. 08 ; Lieut.-CoL 2 Feb. 09 ; CoL 
4 June, 14 ; Mqjar^Oen. 27 May, 26 ; Lieut. -Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. of the 
Cameronians, 28 March, 38. 

Lieut. 'Colonel. 
Armine Simcoe Henry Mountain,* CB. Ens. 20 July, 16; Lieut. p3 Dec. 18; 
Capt. P26 May, 26 ; Mqjor, p 30 Dec, 26; Lieut.- Col. 23 June, 40. 

Mfgors. 
George Hogarth,' CB., Ens. p 22 May 17 ; Lieut. P 13 Sept. 21 ; Capt. p 12 Nov. 

26 ; Brev.'Major, 28 June 38 ; Mqior, 28 Aug. 41. 
Henry Francis Strange,* Ens. 23 May 16; Lieut. 7 April 25; Capt. p29 June 
26; Breo.'Mfdor, 23 Nov. 41 ; M({jor, 20 Oct. 42. 



Capt AIM a. 



E:(dION. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. IBREV.-MAJ. 



4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





6 





10 





3 





32 





1 






William Caine» 

James Paterson' 

James Piggott " 

George F. Mylius' 

John Shum* 

Thomas Ffrench* 

Ferd. Whittingham, CB.* 
Edward Regan Gregg'* 
Bernard Granville Layard 
Francis Carey 

LlECTENAHTS. 

Henry Edgar* 

John Wm. Johnstone • . . 
Charles Cameron ** .... 

John Rodgers** 

Alex. G. Moorhead** .... 
Walter Brisbane Park" 
Wm. Thomas Betts" . . 

John Cumming'* 

Albany French Wallace" 
Robert Colville Jones". . 

Edw. G. Whitty* 

Patrick Duff 

Charles Horton Rhys . . ' P 26 June 40 
Arthur August. Longmore^ p 6 May 40 

Ensigns. | 

R. £1. De Montmorencie" P17 Nov. 40 
Charles Duperier* .... 29 Dec. 40 
Robert Mordaunt Dickens 18 June 41 
Cha. Jas. Stewart Wallace' 3 Dec. 41 
Francis Joseph Cresswell p 27 Sept. 42 
Jacob George Mountain I 25 Oct. 42 



6 July 14 

P17 May 21 

6 April 16 

17 Oct. 24 

PlO Aug. 28 

4 Dec. 17 

2 Nov. 32 

6 April 26 

P13 Aug. 29 

P 22 May 36 

P 27 Sept. 83 

P31 May 33 
16 May 34 

P 31 Mar. 37 
26 May 22 
26 Dec. 34 
24 Nov. 36 

P23 Sept. 37 
P6 April 39 

P 9 Aug. 39 
29 Nov. 39 

P 7 Sept. 38 



12 June 19 

P 4 Dec. 23 

9 April 25 

P 28 Jan. 26 

3 Oct. 32 

26 AprU 28 
P 19 Feb. 36 

28 Sept. 27 

12 Jan. 33 
P 2 Sept. 37 



p 24 Nov. 35 

25 Feb. 37 

1 July 37 

P 18 May .38 

P 3 Dec. 26 

16 June 39 

16 Nov. 39 

P 8 May 40 

P29 Dec. 40 

8 Feb. 41 

18 July 41 

P23 Apr. 41 

3 Dec. 41 

p31 Dec. 41 



9 Dec. 27 
P 5 April 31 

14 Feb. 34 
P 30 Aug. 31 
P 22 Feb. 39 

31 Oct. 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 

20 Oct. 42 

17 June 41 
P 7 July 43 



23 Nov. 41 
23 Dec. 42 



23 Dec. 42 



10 Capt. Gregg and Lt. Ca> 
neron, — the taine as note 8, 
except Begoao. 

11 LU. Rogers and Bett«,— 
the same at note 6, except 
Begoan. 

12 LL Moorhead, the annw 
as note 2, except Segnan, but 
adding the Bo^ue Fort*, and 
Shanghai and Wooaung. 

13 Lt. Park was at Amoy, 
night attack of NIngpo, S«< 
goan, Chapuo, Sbanpchai and 
Woofliing, and Chin Kiang 
Foo. 

14 Lieut. Camming wa^ at 
Chuian and the Bogue Forit. 

1$ Lieut. Jonea« — the same ai note 10, except 
Canton. 

16 Doctor Bell tenred the campaign of I8I4 
in Holland, including both the attacks on 
Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp. Served 
also in China at Chiisan, Amojr, Ningpo, Be- 
goan, Chapoo, Shanghai and Woosung, and 
Chin Kiang Foo. 

r,. ^ n n »r II -n^ .. om ^ ^« 17 Capiat n Piggott tenred at llie flr»t taking 

5ir Geo. F. R.Walker,J8f. P 27 Dec. 42 of Chuian. 

Payma^/CT-.— Robert Collins Craigle, 3 Nov. 43; JS:?w.P2Feb.38j X*.p16 Nov.41. 

A({fUta7U. — Lieut. Charles Cameron,'" 12 Dec. 43. 

Quarter-Master. — Charles Daines, 24 Sept. 41. 

Surgeon.— W. Bell,'" M.D. 16 March, 31; Assist.-Surg. 4 March, 13; Hosp.- 

Assist. 24 Aug^. 12. 
Assist.-Surgeon. — Kenneth Menzies, 12 Dec. 43. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Bengal, 4th July, 1843.] 

1 Lord Beaton haa received a cron and tliree rlasps fur Corunua, Albuhera, Ciudad Rodrigo, (where he 
was ■eTerely wounded), Nivelle, Nive, Orthen, and Tuulouae. 

2 Lieut.-Col. Mountain servetl as Depufy-Ailjurant-General throughout the war in China, and whs 
present at the first caplurp of Chusan, storming of the hciglits and forts above Canton, artign of the SOlli 
llaj, taking of Amoy, 2nd capture of Chusan, storining of the fortified heights of Chinhaf, taking and 
defence of Ningpo, action of Tvcke, captuie of Chapoo (received three severe wounds), assault and capture 
of Ohio Kiang Foo, and landing before Nankin. 

8 Miuor Hogarth, Lt. Edgiir, F.n^igns <Je Monlmorenci» and Duperier. were at the repulse of the niftht 
attack at Ningpo, and at Chapoo, Shanghai and Woosung, and Chin Kiting Foo, ai which last Mr. 
Duperier was wounded. 

4 M^ors Strange and Whittingham, and Lt Whitty were at the repulse of the night attack on Ningpo, 
and alao at Segoan, Chapoo, Shanghai and Woosung, and Chin Khing Foo. Major Whittingham servtfd 
as Aide-de-camp to Sir Hugh Oough. 

A Mijor Caine served in the East Indies from Nov. 1819 to Dec. 1827, Including the Nepaul and Deccan 
campaigns ; also the siege and assault of Bhnrtpore,— wounded In the left foot by a grape shot at the 
aasault, I8th Jan. 1826. He was also present at the first capture of Chusan, in China. 

tl Major Patterson and Lt. Johnstone were at Chusan, Canton, night attack at Ningpo, Srgoan, Chapoo, 
Shanghai and Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo. Lt. Johnstone was wounded at Canton. 

7 Capt. Mylius was at Chusan. Canton, Shnnghai and WufMung, and Chin Kiang Foo. 

B Capt. Ahum and Lt. Wallace,— the same an note 6, but Amoy in addition. 

n Hba* vrMMioh wft« «t thtt flr«t tnkinir nr nhtisan. aiiH a.1 tliA niiriit attuck at NlnsDo. at Chanoo. Shanchal 



£?:/°iI^r^] 27th{prInnv>kmu,)Itefft.ofFoot. [^I'^^SS^ST*'"^ 

A Csitle with Three Turrett; St. George't eolonn flyiot in a blue Field. The White Hone. '* Vte aumra 
terrent." "ST. LUCU." The Sphinx, mith the word* •* EGYKF"— " MAIUA" — " BADAJOZ"— 
•• SALAMANCA "— " VnTOBlA "— " PYRENEES "— " NIVELLE "— " ORTHES "— " lOULOUSE •'-^ 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

Colonel, 
9 sir John Maclean/ KCB. ^im. 30 Apr. 94 ; Lieut. 1 May, 94; Ctipi. 1$ 
Full Half J""^» ®7 i Mtyor, 2 Aug. 04 ; Lieut.-Col. 9 June, 08 ; CoL 4 June, 14 ; 
Pej. ftij. Mqfor-Gen, 27 May, 25; Lt.-Gen. 28 June, 38; CoL 27th Regt 2 Nor. 42. 



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Lieut. -Colonel. 
Montague Cholmeley Johnstone, Ene. p 27 Feb. 23 ; Lieut, p 16 Dee. 24 * 
Capt, P 19 Sept. 26 ; Mqior, p 27 July, 38 ; Lieut.-Col. p 16 Nov. 41, ' 

Mqjon. 
Samuel £. Goodman, 2nd Lieut. 7 July 25; Lieut. p8 April 26; Capt. p4 Oct 

33; Mqjor, p 28 Feb. 40. 
Richard Fawkes, Comet, p 1 Mar. 27 ; Lieut, p 22 May 29 ; Capt. P 16 Jan 35- 
Mq;or, p 16 Nov. 41. 












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Captains. 

John Maclean 

9 Arthur Byrne' 

9^j^T. Charlton Smith « 
Geo. Anthony Duniford 

Usher Williamson 

Rawdon S. Camp. Neynoe 
Thomas Percival Touzel 
Henry D. Cholmeley .... 

Charles Vereker 

Andrew Vincent Watson 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Waiter Butler 

John Lewes 

Frederick King, d. pm. . . 
Thomas Uare. .......... 

Lewis Chamberlain Irwin 

Herman Stapylton 

£dw. Nassau Molesworth 

Benjamin Midgley 

Francis W. Johnstone, r. 
Bartholomew Tunnard * 
James Thring Coxe .... 
John T.D*Arcy Hutton. . 
John Samuel Manly .... 

Endions. 
Oliver Langley 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



8 April 25 
17 July 11 
24 June 13 

3 Mar. 25 

P 29 Aug. 26 

10 June 2U 

10 Sept. 29 
P 13 July 31 

9 April 25 
P21 Dec. 32 

P 15 Dec. 25 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 13 Dec. 33 
27 Mar. 35 
P 10 April 35 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 

11 Dec. 87 
P19 Aug. 30 



P30Mar. 26 
25 Aug. 13 
5 Aug. 19 
P 15 Dec. 25 
Pll Nov. 31 
p 10 May 33 
P 4 Oct. 
P 13 Dec. 
P 27 Mar. 



33 
33 
27 



P 18 May 38 



P 10 May 33 

5 Dec. 34 
27 Mar. 35 

6 Nov. 38 
■P28 Feb. 40 

P 2 Apr. 41 

,P 16 Nov. 41 

|P 3 June 42 

P 4 June 42 

P20Oct, 43 



OR E VST- 
MAJOR. 



aOSepU 43 






P 10 Sept. 26 
P 27 July 38 
P 17 Aug. 38 
6 Nov. 38 
P 28 Feb. 40 
P 19 Mar. 41 
P 2 Apr. 41 
16 Apr. 41 
P23July 4iU,^" 



P 26 Dec. 37 P 16 Nov. 41 
P18 May 38 p 8 Feb. 42 



P14 Aug. 40 
15 Feb. 39 



P 7 Got. 
P 20 Oct. 



42 
43 



, 4 M«ior Smith, pwiioady l» 
I tertng Mm aimy, tervcd ISbv a 
I period In the nary, uid wma 
' tliars woundnl. Served ta 
PenintuU fhna Jqm ItlS to the eni 
or tiie war, aad wm pivteat at tke 
Affair of OfiUl. Seeetvly woaaded 
at Waterloo. 

Lieuc Tinward mu tewrelf 

ji a tught attack nyoo a 

, larfc body of tbe Cape- Dated Kml. 
, grant IJoon at tbe Coocella Caaifb 
Port Natol. ISid May. ISO. 



6 Mr. Moatyn aerved la tte reala*ala, 

1811 aatU tbe ead of tbe war, laeladbif the ••««« af 
Badijoi, April 1411 { battlra of «*'f"«fara^ Vtttoria, 
aad tbe Pyreoeea i ttonninf of San SebasUaa with tha 
Vulvnteer party i baitlee of Ortbea aod Tualoaaa. 
Srrved la the ABier;«aa war, inelikUi^ tbe aettoa at 
Platttburf. Preient on the ISth June at Waltrloow 



P 19 Mar. 40 

Alien Dalzell P 2 Apr. 41 

Christop. John Hamilton 16 Apr. 41 
Fred. Charles Herring . . P 16 Nov. 41 
Hon, F. Beau. Pakeniiaui p 8 Feb. 42 

Brabazon Noble p 3 June 42 

Mathew Reilly, d.ad, . . { 25 Oct. 42 

A. Wedderbume ' p 5 Dec. 43 

Paynuuter.—Wctor Raymond, 9 March, 26; Ens. 11 Feb. 08 ; Lieut. 16 Nov. 

09 ; Capt. 7 April, 25. 
At^utant. — Lieut. Beuj. Midgley, 11 Dec. 37. 

Quarter^Master. — Geo. Thompson, 13 Sqit. 31. [Attist. 9 Nov. 10. 

Surgeon. — ||^ Thos. Mostyn,«6 Oct. 25; Aititt.-Surg. 19 Dec. 11; liorp,'^ 
Au'ut.'Surgeoia. — Colin (-. J. Delmt^e, M.D., 15 May, 35. 

William Ncliton Irwin, 2 Dec. 42. 
Facing$ Buff. — i4p«n/«, Messrs. Stoddart & M*Grigur. 

Irith Agents, Sir K. R. Bomui(h, Annit 5c Co. 

1 9lr Joha Maeleaa aceooBpaatcd hit retiniral (the tttorf) to Haltaod. in 1799, and iraa prrwnt at Ibe battf f ttie tTtb 
Aucuat, Ibe tafciaf of tbe Heldar, and the artiooa of the lOta aad I9th fh'ptrfaber. an<i fad Oeteber. near Atkaiaar, wbere ha 
waa teverely wouaded ta two plae^a. AeroiBpanitd tbe eapcditioa to Egypt In 1801, aad wa* prrient at i he laadlnf at 
Aboahir Bay, SCb Marebt at tbe battle of Alexandria titt March ; and ai ercry artton which took place ta Egypt duriag 
tb«t caaipaiga. Served la the eapedltioa lo llaao«er, IMA and OS t aUo In tlie rapfdltlott to Sweden, 1 80S. Bmbarkcd fbt 
the Pvnlnaala la I80S i waa pmeat at tiM battle of Bataee i the action near Bcdinba : ilege of Ollvenft i siege of Badajaa, 
whrte be wag Meetely wonaded . the aetlen nrar Caaiaal, wbcte hU battalion and the tOth rrglmcnt aitaebrd a eolaiaa of 
tbe eaeaiy doable their aaMber, aad pal them to Sight t tbe batUea uf Salamanca, Vittoria. tbe Pyrcner«. near Pamivluna 
(aoaaded), Ntvellr, Bayoene. Onbet, aad Toulonee, wliere be waa teverely wounded, it beiag tbe Bftb aound be rttritrd m 
the aerriec of hla eonatry. Sir ioha baa lecelecd a eroM aad two cUepa. 

3 Captala ByiaeN MrekM t~ Bspcditloa to Copenhagea, la 1807 i Captaie of Martlai^oe, la I80f i PrnlmMlar raai. 
paigne, ftam Jane 1810. to tbe ead of that war m 191 1. iaeluding tbe battle oi Bumto. euaibat* of i'urolalat^ Bcdiaba, 
frrmptnn of Caapo Mayor, battle of Albuhera, thtrd •lege of Olivrava, artioai at Purnte Oulaaldo. ti«f i- aad tiorvlng of 
RadaJot, aSbir wttb the Advanced Ooaid of the Pre^^ wear Caraial, battle nf ^lamanra. ra}4ure of Madtnl. rttreat Iherw* 
fttMn, battle of Vlttotta. blockade of Paaipeluna, banlea of tbe fyifii^e*. Kt%rllr. n'^ar BAimne, Or>Ki«, «n(l T>»itlmiae. 
Severely wouaded tn Ibe rytmret. SSlh iuly, 1*19. and agata at Toulouar. Smril afletaard* In lli. inirri^an war, in 
cittdlag the bautc at riatUbiiig ( and Oaally at llie rai4ure vf I'aiu 



■ \^''^^2Sth( Tlie NortkGIovcestershirejRegt ofFooL^ 

^liitkLr^Jth th* word. «• EOYPT - - " CORUNNA" - - BARROSA " - /' 



Emb 
Sertiee 
The S^*i'».r, 



Yrart' Serv, 


.52 


Full 
Pay. 


Untf 
Pay. 


•29 





33 


ift 


30 


f* 


IB 






Serving aiKiirrachec, 
Id Sclnde. 
Lr wFth the word* ** EGYPT - — " CORUNN A '• - " BARROSA " — .^ ALBUHERA *• — 
I '.. viTTORIA"-" PYRENEES «-" NIVELLE--" N1VE"-"0RTHKS'»-" PENINSULA" 
« WATERLOO." Colonel. 

a ifon. Sir Edward Paget,* GCB. Comet k Sub-Lieut.^S Mar.02 ; Cap*. 7 Dec. 

02 • Jtf<7jV>r, 14 Nov. 93 ; Zieut.-CoL 30 April, 94 ; CoL IJan. 98 ; Mqjor-Qen. 

lJaii.l806:Xi^*.-O<?n.4Jane,ll ; Gm.27May,25;CoZ.28thRegt.26Dec.l6. 

Lieut,'ColoneU.—3oyMi Meuaiter, Ens, 18 July, 16; Xicu^ p 3 July, 23; Capt. 

p 19 Sept. 26 : Majar^ p 27 Sept, 33 ; Lieut.-CoL 24 Aug. 42. 
Sydney John Cotton, Comet, 19 April, 10 ; Lieut. 13 Feb. 12 ; Capt, P 1 Jan. 20 ; 

Major 18 Jan. 28 j Brevet Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut. -CoL 8 Jan. 43. 
3f£(/onr.— Thomas Wheeler, ^iwigrn, 24 May, 14; Xieu*. p 18 Dec. 17; Capt. 

28 Sept. 32 ; Major, 24 Aug. 42. ,.«,„„ 

Frederick Wimbleton Priestley Parker, Ent, p 10 June, 26 ; Lieut, p 3 Apr. 27 ; 
Capt. P 12 July, 33 ; Mepory 8 Jan. 43. 



18 
24 
14 
31 
11 
19 
18 

8 
11 

7 




8& 



Captains. 

Frank Adams .... 
fJWm. Hunter*,*. 



BNSIOK. 



2A I MauriceChas.O'Connell,*. 

lA George Winter 

Robt. Julian Baumgartner 

Mottram Andrews 

Fred. Browne Russell . 

John Perkins Mayers . 

Francis Durell Vignoles 

Wm. M. G. M^Murdo* . 



7 

7 

5 

6 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

b 

3 

3 

4 

4 

3 

2 

5 

5 

4 

2 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 

24 
3 
7 

24 
9 
2 
3 



P 30 Dec. 26 

13 May 12 
P 26 Mar. 28 

14 Nov. 11 
P 27 Sept. 33 

9 April 25 

2 Nov. 26 

P 29 July 36 

P 10 May 33 

I July 37 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



23 Mar. 32 

28 Apr. 13 

25 Nov. 31 

15 Jan. 18 

P 30 June 37 

P 24 July 28 



P31 Dec. 33 
P 27 Nov. 28 
P 22 June 38 

20 Apr. 32 
P 23 April 41 

24 Aug. 42 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



18 Feb. 30 13 Sept, 42 


























































8 









P 23 Apr. 39 

P 26 Dec. 37 

5 Jan. 41 



Lieutenants. 

John Edw. H. Pryce 

John Guise Rogers Aplin 
Percy Archer Butler. . . . 

John Dane,r 

Charles A. Thompson . . 
George Frederick Moore 
LachlanNicollMacLachlan 
Samuel Rawson 

Fred. Lussan Loinsworth 

Sydney Cotton 

Eyre Coote Grant 

Andrew Browne 

Henry Webb 

Charles Steeveus 

Robert Butler Staveley . . 

Henry William Dennie.. 

George Burrell 

William Roberts 

Alexander Aitken 

George Duncan Robertson 

Wm. Fletcher Jas.Morphy 

Ensigns. 

Samuel Read 

John Dundas Malcolm . . 

Thomas Mitchell 

Jon. Willington Shelton 
Frederick George Moore 
Sussex L. A. B. Messiter 
John Gittens May cock . . 
Alfred Wright 



P30 June37 
p 7 Oct. 37 
P 1 Mar. 39 
Pll May 38 
4 Jan. SO 
25 Oct. 39 
25 Oct. 39 
P31 May 39 
p 14 June 39 

25 Oct. 39 

26 Oct. 39 
P30 April 41 

18 June 41 

P 7 Aug. 40 

P 10 Jan. 40 

18 Dec. 41 

1 1 Feb. 42 

P 1 Nov. 39 

1 Feb. 39 

4 Aug. 40 

29 May 42 



P 27 Jan. 43 
P21 Apr. 43 
7 July 43 



23 Nov. 41 



42 
42 

42 
42 

41 



31 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
2 June 43 



42 
42 
42 
42 
42 
42 



4 Hijor Hunter served In lh« 
Peninsula from Feb. 1818 to the 
end of the war, including the 
crossing of the Bidanoa (te- 
▼erely wounded by a rausket 
shot through the body); battles 
of the Nive 10th, (wounded) 
llth, and Iflth Dec., Orthes, 
and Toulouse. 

6 Captain M'Murdo served 
as Assistant Quarter-Matter- 
General of the Army under Sir 
Charlen Napier during the cam- 
paign In Scinde in 1848, and 
was present as such in the battle 
of Meanee,— In which his horse 
was shot under him ; skirmish 
with the enemy while conduct- 
ing Ma^or Stack's brigade from 
Muttaree to form a Junction 
' with Sir Charles Napier's forco 
at Hydrabad; and battle of 
I Dub^a, wliere he received a 
' sabre wound in the light breast. 
< His gallantry in single combat 
I elicited the highest encomiums 
from Sir Charles Napier in his 
despatches, and he was soon 
aflerwards rewarded by pro- 
motion to the rank of capUin. 

Paymaster Benson served in the Peninsula, 
from July, 1819, to the end of the war, includ- 
ing the battles of Vlttoria, the Pyrenees, (wound- 
ed in the arm), Pampeluna, Nivelle, Nive, Or- 
thea, and Toulouse. Served also in the Ameri- 
can war, and was severely wounded in the 
right breast by a rifie ball at Plattsburg. 



p 1 Mar. 89 

P23 April 41 

2 May 42 

28 July 40 

P 30 Apr. 41 

9 Nov. 41 
19 Nov. 41 

13 8ept. 42 

14 Oct. 42 
14 Oct. 
14 Oct. 
14 Oct. 
14 Oct. 

P28 Dec. 
I Nov. 42 
30 Dec. 42 
P21 Apr. 43 

10 July 43 

8 Nov. 43 

9 Nov. 43 
10 Nov. 43 



Pfl^f^-?Geo.Tho8,Ben»on,«20May,36; JE:n*.13Feb.l2; Lf.25Aug. 13. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Henry Webb, 21 May, 43. 
Quarter-Master, —^fla William Kerr, 1 June, 38 ; ^«*- J July, 37. 
^Ij;^.--Jame» Campbell, 19 June, 35 ; A,'S. 25 Oct. 25 5 H.-A. 24 Feb. 20. 
AmMt.'8urgs.—ATchihBXd Alexander, 20 Feb. 35. 

Benjamin Wm. Marlow, 25 Oct. 42. 
Alexander Grant, M.D., 12 Oct. 41. 
Facings YeWoyf.— -Agents, Messra. Cox & Co. 

I Si* KAmmrA Pairet served in the campaign in Flanders and Holland in 04. He was present in the 
* ?^' ZZ^ SS fl? Vine«iit U ^b 07 • in the actions of the 8th, 18th, and «lst March, in Egypt Hn 

SJit'S^^a w^a.'^oun^dU^^^^^^ Cairo and Aleaandria. Sir Edward loat hi. right arm in t^. 

fctiin !?oJoSJ!; Taih May 00, and ba. received a Medl for Corunna. 170 



Years* StTV. 



61 



Pay. 



Httir 
Pay. 



^AprinJjI.^*] 29M ( The Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot [Serving aiChMwpow, 

" ROLEIA"— « VIMIERA"— " TALAVERA"—" ALBUHERA"— " PENINSULA.* 

Colonel, 
9 ^2i JohD, lArrd Strafford, > GCD. & GCH. Ens, 30 Sept. 1703 ; Lieut, 1 Dec. 

93; Cfljo^ 24 May, 94; Lieut.-CoL 14 March, 1800 ; Co/. 25 July, 10; 

Mqjor-Gen. 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen, 27 May, 25 ; Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Col, 20th 

R«ft. 23 Jan. 28. Lieut, -Colonels, 

9 ^SA James Simpson,* Ens. ^3 April, 11 ; Lieut, Sc Capt, 25 Dec. 13; Capt, ic 

Lieut,-Col, P28 April, 25 ; Col, 28 June, 88. 
Charles Cyril Taylor,' CB. Ens, 20 March, 23; Lieut, P2e May, 25; Capt, 

P 11 July, 26 ; Mfifor, P27 Sept. 31 ; Lieut,'Col. p 10 June, 37. 
Mqjors, — Qeorge Congreve, En», 8 Apr. 25; Lieut, P12 Jan. 20; Capt, p12 

June, 28; Brev.-Mfgor, 23 Nov. 41 ; Jifryor, 8 April, 42. 
Christopher Edward Eaton, Efis, P2d Apr. 25; Lieut, p 20 May, 26 ; Capt. p^O 

Dec. 31 ; Afqfar, p 15 April, 42. 



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Captaixs. 

Andrew T. Hemphill. . . . 
Henry Horatio Kitchener 

John Owen Lucas 

Gregory Lewis Way .... 
Edmund Geo. Nicolay . . 
Arth. St. Goo. H. Stepney 

9 Edward Boyd^ 

John D. Young 

Edmund Durbin 

George Molle 

Lieutenants. 

John Power 

Lewis Coker 

Digby Fro. Mackworth . . 
Harry Picsley L'Estnmge 
Kenneth Murchisoo .... 
Thomas Edw. Wilbraham 
Frederick Coventry .... 
George H. M. Jones .... 
Richard Francis Henry. . 
John ^neas Duncan .... 

Walter Kirby 

Francis Butler Templer 

James Moore 

Edward Henry Westropp 

Carey Handfleld 

Alfred A. Simmons .... 
^oti. Horace M.Monckton 
John Frederick Gatiffe . . 

James Reid Hope 

Cha. Eustace MacDonndl 
William Francis Stehclin 
Hugh George ColviU . . 

Robert Dobbs 

Ensigns. 
James Johnston ..•••»•• 
Uenr} George Walker . . 
Henry Torrens Metge . . 
St. Geo. Mervyn Nugent 

Octavius Carey 

John Mackenzie Lyle . . 

Henry Francis 

Hans Robert White .... 



ENSIGN. 

7 Apr. 25 
P29 June30 
P 15 Jiine 30 
P 17 Feb. 32 
P 3 May 31 
P in May 34 
10 July 11 
16 Aug. 25 
P OOct. 35 



LIEUT. 



22 Nov. 36 P 



P 5 May 37 



16 Apr. 29 
Pll Jufy 34 
P 27 June 34 

30 July 36 
P 5 May 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
1 July 12 
P 7 Jan. 27 
P 8 Mar. 30 
1 June 30 



P 12 July 39 



11 Aug. 37 P 27 Sept. 30 
2 May 34 P 7 Feb. 40 
P 10 Mar. 
20 May 



P 28 Dec. 

1 Feb. 

P 8 Mar. 

P 1 June 



38 
30 
30 
30 



13 July 30 
P 27 Sept. 30 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 22 June 38 
P 20 July 38 

28 Aug. 38 
2 Nov. 38 

14 Dec. 38 
28 Dec. 38 



41 
41 
41 
41 



P21 May 
P 26 Oct. 
P16 Nor. 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
26 Oct. 30 
8 Apr. 42 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



P23April41 P29 Apr. 42 

' ~ 42 
41 



20 Mar. 30 
31 May 30 
P21 Apr. 42 
30 April 41 
10 Jan. 40 
8 Apr. 42 

22 Apr. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 

28 Jan. 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 

P 3 Mar. 43 
PIO May 43 
P2d June43 



7 Jan. 

22 Oct. 

P2d June 43 

20 Dec. 42 

3 Aug. 41 

22 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. ;BRET.-MAJ. 



3 July 30 
P 8 Jan. 41 
PIO Mar. 41 
P21 May 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
p 15 Apr. 42 
17 Aug. 26 
5 Nov. 41 
P 10 May 43 
P 23 June 43 



23 NoY. 41 



S Col. Simpson serred In thf 
Peninsula from M^j 1S19 to 
May 1819, IneludInK the latter 
part of the dcff-oe« of Cadia, 
and the attack on Seville. 
Serred alio the ^mpaifn nf 
l81S,and waiiorereljr wounded 
at Quatre Bras. 

3 Lieut-Col. Taylor com- 
manded the Llc^ht Company of 
the 80th on the expedition 
against Kolapore, la 1827-8. 
Served on the frontier durinn 
the Canadian Rfbelllon, aud 
commanded 4be Volanteen in 
the action of the 0th Novem- 
ber, 1838, when a mall partf 
of 200 men rcpulied a force of 
1900, under the command of • 
French officer, who, with up- 
ward* of too othert, were 
made priionen and forwarded 
to Montreal. 



4 M%}or Boyd wai employed in the Pealn- 
fula from March, 18!3, to the end of that war, 
in HU, and was present at the slormloff of 
Bad^os (woonded). battles of the Nivellc^ 
Nlve, Tarbes. and Toulouse (wounded). Served 
alio with the army of occupatlaa throof ho«t 
the whole period. 



P22 Dec. 43 
Paymaster,— JuncB Espinassc, 8 Feb. SO; Ens, 8 Feb. 21 ; Lieut. 7 April, 26 1 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Kenneth Murchisoo, 20 Mar. 40. [Capt, 11 July, 37. 

Quarter' Master, — 9 Thomas Kneebone, 15 July, 24. 
Surgeon, — John Robert Taylor, 14 June, 42 ; Assist,'Surg, 31 May, 33. 
Assist-Surgeons, — Richard Dane, M.D., 17 July 35. 

William Green TrousdcU, 8 April, 42. 
WUIiam Baker Young, 8 April, 42. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Laid Strafford serred in Flanders, HoUaad, nod in the expeditloos to Hanover, Copenha few , and Wal- 
eheren, and has rseelvcd a cro« and om clasp for Vlttoria, ^mccs, NivtUe (wottnded>» fflve, and Orthcs. 
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Colonel.—^ Sir ThomsM Bradford,* GCB. GCH. Ens, 20 Oct. 1793; Lieut. 

9 Dec. 93; Capt. 16 April, 94; Meg'or, 9 Sept. 96; LieuL-CoL IJan, 1801 ; 

CoL 26 July, 10; Mqjor-Gen. 4 June, 13; Lieut. -O^n. 21 May, 26; Gen. 

23 Nov. 41 ; Col 30th Regt. 18 April, 29. 
Lieut. -Colonel. — Marcus John Slade, Ent. 16 July, 19; Lieut. P12 May, 26^ 

Capt. P 22 April, 26 ; Mqjor, p 27 Sept. 31 ; Lieut.-CoL p 7 Feb. 40. 
MnJors.—KtLrry Smith Ormond,' Em. 8 Nov. 99 ; Lieut. 28 Aug. 01 ; Capt. 34 

Sept. \2;MqJor, 10 June, 29; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
9 John Procter,* Ens. 3 Dec. 03 ; Lieut. 8 June, 04 ; Capt. 4 May, 09 ; Brev.^ 

Major, 22 July 30 ; Mf^or, 6 Aug. 42. 



Captains. 

John Gordon Geddes 

9 James Poyntz* 

Rob. Alex. Andrews .... 

Charles Sillery ........ 

Edward John Grant ... . 

Sam. John Luke NicoU. . 
Philip Charles Cavan, s, 
H. Jas. Michell Gregory^ 

C. H. Marechanx 

Wm. Armstrong Steele . . 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Hodder Heard .... 
Alex. John H.Xumsden 

Alex. Macdonald 

Henry Shum 

R. Dring O'Grady, d. a^j. 

John Tongue 

Henry Broome, r 

Dav. John B. Edwardes . . 

Paget Bayly, d.pm 

Robert Wm. Smith .... 
Tho. Wm. Wilkinson. . . . 
Louis G. F. Broome .... 
James Brodie Patullo . . 

Ensigns. 
Charles Dudley Oliver 
John Henry Keogh .... 

Aarmar Lowry 

Edmund Aug. Whitmore 

James Rose 

Charles Eyre Butler .... 

Samuel Sharpe 

William Robert Gray 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



8 Nov. 16 
14 Apr. 14 
18 Aug. 14 
24 Nov. 28 

P 9 Dec. 31 

P27 Apr. 32 

P 19 Dec. 34 

21 July 08 

9 Dec. 20 
16 May 27 

16 Sept. 27 
P 3 May 33 

18 July 34 
P 12 June 36 
P 30 July 36 
P 2 Dec. 36 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 8 June 38 
P 8 Mar. 39 
p 16 Mar. 39 
p 1 Nov. 39 
P 22 Nov. 39 
P24 Apr. 40 

P 30 Oct. 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P 2 April 41 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P 16 Nov 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
8 Nov. 42 
7 April 43 



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P 8 Apr. 26 

28 Dec. 28 

P 20 Aug. 29 

P 16 Mar. 39 

P 22 Nov. 39 

p 10 Apr. 40 

P 23 April 41 

P 6 Aug. 19 

6 Aug. 42 

10 Oct. 42 



23 Nov. 41 
23 Nov. 41 



10 Jan. 37 



27 Mar. 26 

19 July 16 
27 Mar. 24 

20 July 30 
17 Oct. 34 

8 June 38 

1 Mar. 39 

29 Dec. 09 

6 Apr. 26 

8 Apr. 32 

10 Dec. 33 
P 19 Dec. 34 

31 Oct. 38 
P 16 Mar. 39 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P 8 Nov. 39 
P 22 Nov. 39 
P 10 Apr. 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P 23 April 41 
P 6 Aug. 41 

5 Aug. 42 

10 Oct. 42 

8 Quartar-MMler Ward served in the Penln* 
suU with the SOih from March, IBOQ, to June, 
1813, iucluding the defence of Gadix from 41 h 
June to 25th Sept. 1810 ; occupation of the 
Lines of Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena, 
actions of Sabugal, Almeida and Barba del 
Puerco, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ba- 
dijoz, and action of Villa Muriel. Served the 
campaign of 1814 in Holland under Sir'lhoiras 
Graham ; and that of 1816 under the Duke of 
Wellington. 



7 Mi^or Gregory serred is 
the American war in 1814 and 
lA, and commanded a gun- 
boat belonging to the Flotilla, 
under Commodore Owen, on 
Lake Ontario, for which he 
received the thanks of tiie 
Naval Commander-in-cliief. 



Paymaster.— Vi. Ch. Macdonald, 8 May, 36 ; Ens. 10 April,26 ; Lieut. P 1 3 Dec 27. 
Adjutant. — Alexander Macdonald, (Lieut.) 18 July, 34. 
Quarter-Master.-^Jfi John Ward," 21 Oct. 24. 
Surgeon.— if Joseph Trigance,* 6 Dec. 34; Assist.-Surg. 9 Nov. 20; Hosp.* 

Assist. 26 Oct. 12. 
Assist.'Surgeans. — Augustus Purefoy Lockwood, 17 Sept. 41. 

William Braybrooke, 16 June, 43. 

Facings YeHow.— Agents, Messrs. Cox ic Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bart.^ 

Armit & Co. 

1 Sir Thomas Bradford was present at the siege of Monte Video, and attack on Buenos Ayres. He has 
reeeivvd a cross and one clasp for Corunna, Salamanca, Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and the passage of the Nive. 

8 Ueut.-Col. Ormond's services -.—Expedition to Copenhagen iu 1807; Canadian campaigns of 1818, 18, 
and 14, including the battles of Fort George, Stoney Creek, and Chr)'Btler's Farm. 

4 M^or Procter's services :— Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807 ; Corunna campaign ; Peninsula from 
ISIS uDtU 1814 : served also in the American War. 

Maior PoynU served in the Peninsula as a volunteer with the 80th from February to November, 1811, 
including the occupaUon of the lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena, actions of Sabngal, Almeida 
and Barba del Pnerco ; and battle of Fuentes d'Onor. .'.^ « j,j_, 

9 Mr.Trlgaoce served in the Peninsula ftom Dec. 181fl to the end of the war. Served also dttiiaf tht 
whole of the Kandian war in Ceylon, and was wounded in the leg by an arrow, 

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^^^T^.]31«< (TVtc Huntingdonshire) Regiment o/i?W.[»«"»|;S^»«^ 

" TA LA VERA" — " ALBUHERA " — " VITTORI A " — " PYRENEES" — " NlVELtE " - 

" NIVE "— " PENINSULA/' 

ColoneU 
9 IIB ^^tr Coliu Halkett,* KGB. GCH. Lieut.-CoL 17 Not. 1803; Col 1 Jan. 

12; Mqfor-Gen.AJune, 14; X^-(;{:n.22 July,30; Co2.31stRcgt.28Mar.3K 
Lieut.'ColoneU.—9'((M C Horace Churchill,* CB.,#. J?ru. 10 June, 06; Xtra/. ft 

Capt. P27 Aug. 12 ; Brevet-Major, 22 Nov. 13 ; Brevet- Lieut, -OA. 18 June, 

15 ; Begtl-Mfuor, 27 July, 20 ; Lieut.-Col 16 July, 30; Col, 10 Jan. 37. 
9 Samuel Bolton,* CB. JSns. 5 Feb. 07 ; Lieut, April, 09; Capt, p24 Oct. 22; 

M({jffr,U June, 33 ; Lieut.-Col,V'24 Nov. 35 ; Col, 23 Dec. 42. 
Majors,— 'H, Clinton Van Cortlaudt,* Cornet, 8 May, 01; Lieut. I Nov. 03; 

Capt. 5 July, 14; Brevet-Major, 10 Jan. 87 ; Regtl.-Mqjor^ 17 Bept. 39. 
John Byrne, 9, Em. 1 Oct. 08 ; Lieut, 21 Dec. 09; Capt, P19 Apr. 21 ; Brevet* 

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Captain^. 

James Spence* 

{^ Lambert B. IJrmeton^ 
$9.4 George Baldwin*... . 
\Vm. GibHon Willes .... 

Thomas Bulkeley 

Geo. Dobson Young .... 
George Francis White . . 

John C^arvock 

Thomas Conyngham Kelly 

David Fitz(}. Longworth 

Lieutenants. 

Edward Lugurd 

Frederick Spence, r 

Robt. John Bagar 

James Croft Brooke .... 
John Snowden Scott .... 

George Frend, s 

Theoph. John Bourke . . 

Joseph Greenwood 

George Bainbridge Shaw 
Thos. Henry Flasket .... 

Edward Wm. Bray .... 

Denis Browne* .... . . 

John Lucas Wilton .... 

Wm. Fred. Willes Atty.. 
John Lucas R. Pollard . . 

Henry Wm. Hart 

Robert Law 

James Peter Robertson . . 

Richard Sparrow 

Graham Elmslie 

William Bernard 

Pool«Gabbett 

Sydney James Timbrell . . 

Ensigns. 

John Gould 

Charles Tj'ssen Cormick 
Arthur Pilkington .... 

Robert Mackenzie 

John Brenchley 

James Paul 

Hi'ury Prim Hutton .... 
(ha. Hill Grant TrittoQ 
Paymaster, — John Henr^ 



ENSIGN . 

"20 Nov. Ob 

1 Apr. 13 

2 June 08 
9 Sept. 13 
never 

6 Apr. 19 
27 Jan. 25 

P 4 Sept. 35 

3 Apr. 28 
P 3 May 31 

31 July 28 

24 Dec. 29 

11 June 30 

P31 Oct. 31 

P 1 Nov. 31 

P 24 Nov. 35 

10 May 85 
P 6 May 36 
P 14 July 37 
P21 Oct. 36 

21 June 30 

3 May 13 
P 13 Mar. 27 
P 15 Nov. 89 

17 Jan. 40 

7 Feb. 40 

8 Feb. 40 
f 29 Oct. 41 

11 May 41 
P23 Aug. 89 

4 Mar. 42 
P 22 April 42 

27 May 42 

P 30 Sept. 42 
1 Nov. 42 
8 Nov. 42 
27 Dec. 42 
24 Feb. 43 
8 Nov. 43 
Nov. 43 
10 fsoy. 43 



LI BUT. 



CAPTAIN. 

10 Feb. 25 

P 12 Feb. 28 

14 June S3 

26 Sept. 89 

22 Mar. 40 

21 Jan. 41 

9 Nov. 41 

P 25 Nov. 42 

6 May 43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 

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23Dec. 4i 



p 20 Dec. 10 
11 May 15 
9 Nov. 14 
P 19 Dec. 16 
5 May 14 
25 Aug.25 
3 Apr. 28 1 
31 Dec. 39 
P31 Aug. 30, 
P27 Nov. 35' P 25 Sept 39 

oat n^t- Qi ' ^ Major Tan Cortlaadt wu 

, »' ** .eiuagedatthefoUowmsjbttt..., 

P 1 Aov. 31 iii«Ke«. &c. In lh« Eiut \u<Mt*, 

P 25 Jan. 33 vit. SannL BIjtcbur. Kutrhc- 

2 Sept. 33 7f^ ,^»TL.Pr*f' ■»'"'*i"": 
D A vr.. QR ■ Allyfrhur, Delhi, LMnarrt**, m a 
y O Mar. 9d ' Puttehghur. Alao ievtml Uif- 
P 14 July 87 mMiei during tha campnicn- c' 

20 Sept. 30 ' 1tM», 4, 5, and 6. PrMtoi tl 
07 Orf *1Q *''* Mrget of KoAona and 
ou 7V * m! Ounowrl.* Ip 1806, and %\ Ki- 
^H Oct. 89 1 lunpi In ISU. Sfni-d th* 
29 Oct. 39 ' caiopaicns a«alnti tbe Pindtr- 

21 Jan. 41 ' »•««« *» J*»' »«<> ^^ 

p !»; lff<i» QQ' * Major 8|>«nce w«t prptnt 
\^ m, r^ In the acUon of Sluola, wu 
16 Mar. 32 0«'uoa, I9th April. 1H14, ind 

22 April 42 • •ubMqaentaUarkiupon ih»c>iy 
SO Mav 49 ^' Ovnua until iU •urrcndrr. 
T« » 1 T« ' Aiw »t the «urre9dvr of ("orwr*. 

I J July 42 7 Major Urniilon ienwi ih« 
27 July 42 ' eampaigna of laiS and 14 ia 

P 30 Sept 42 ' ^i** Pvninsui* «><>> <i>^ ^'^ 
1 Vrtv' A9 «ncl«din|f tha batlkw of llM 
I ^^ov^-«^ KiTc, Orthct, and Tuulotue. 

P24 June 42 Served with the asth, thruu^h. 

8 Nov. 43 ' out the Barmcee wa^ ioclMding 

9 Nov. 43 i Iha captuw of RsnrDon. »ton« 
in V An\ ^^ capture of ihi- tCockaae* o\ 
IU nov. 4ai](o„,„QdlQ0 „4 KulD•^>ot; 

battiM of Hangoon, Kokein, and PaffahRiMi>« j 
attack and capture of DoaabaWf Proinr. tMi 
Maloon; actiuna of Sambika aod Na|a<lf*. 
Served the caropaizn of 1649 in Afl|rli«"i»'w<. 
with the Slat, Including tlie action* of llao'rr.tr, 
Jugdiilluck, aad Teseen, and the ra-oocu{>at><>fl 
of Cabul. 

8 Mi^or Baldwin aceosipanied the eipeditt^n 
to Walcheren, and wm at the tieceof Pluthmi 
Present on the 18th June at Wotortoo, aad 1^ 



■tormlog of Cambrav. 
Matthews,'* 21 Oct. 13. ^"^ ^ "' "' "^^"^ 

Atffutani.—Lieut. Edward Lugard, 26 Sept. 39. 

Qw^irfrr-Afa^f ^.—Samuel Bennison, 13 July, 41. [jMf. 4 Dec. 00 

duryetm.— Henry Hart, M.D. 21 Sept. 30 ; Auist.-Surg. 31 Jan. 11 ^ Hoep,'At* 
A$$itt.'Surgeon». — Gcorige Wm. Macready, 23 Aug. 39. 

John Edward Jenkins, 8 June, 41. 
David Stewart," 3 Dec. 41. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Mesars. Price k Son. 
I Sir CoUa Halketl baa received a cnm 1m Aibubera, Salamanca, Vittorla. and tlia paaaaft of t^ 
^ ^ >• k s • ■" KNiva, and waa aarerely wounded at Watarloo, 
Asci'&e^ S Col. Churchill eerved In the Coruniia eanipalgn aa Aide-de-camp to Malor-Oeneral Brodrlck : and m^ 
^"^t ^•£'i'7SMqttently In the Panlotula, Praooe, and Planden, from June 1800 to thaeloae of the war, aa AldeHte-rani 
O ^^ ^ • SS ^ to Mi^or-Oeaaral CalUn Craufurd^ and afterward* aa Atabt. At^t.-Ocneral and A<de-de-eamp to Lord Hi . 
£ SiS a f{ ^--^f^ prraent at the baltleaof Corunna, Arrojo-de-Molloo, Almarat, Vutoria, Pyreoeea^UeiflMa of Ainh*^ 
"^ MleeUa, Xflea, battle of Ulh Dec 1818 oa Iha Adoor, Ortbea, Tardea, Aire, Toaloiwa, and Waterloo. 

8 Colonel Bolton aerrad in tha I^Mloaola, from 1808 to the end of tha>ar, Inrladlag tba balUaa of Tala 
ver^ B Jiaco, Albahera (woundadX Arroyo da Moltoo^ TIttorIa, tba pjrraaaca* Nlve, OrtlM^ Aire, and TooIoiM 
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2lf«S2?.7.] 32d ( The ComwalT) Regiment of Foot. 183 

" HOLEIA" — " VIMIERA"— «CORUNNA"— " SALAMANCA"-^" PYBENfiEfe" — 
" NIVELLE"— ^' NlVE'»-.« ORTHEd"—" PENINSULA"— « WATERLOO^ 

Colonel. 
9 Sir John Buchan/ KCB. Bus. 29 July, 95; Lieut. 21 Oct. 93; Capt, Ih 
March, 1802; Mqjor, 30 June, 04; Lieut.-Col. 30 Blarch, 09; Col. li 
Aug. 19; Mq^or.'Qen. ^ July, 90; Lieut.-Oen. 23 Nov. 41; Col. 32nd 
tie^i. 12 June, 43. 

Lieut. 'Colonel. 
Frederick Markham,* JFtw. p 13 May, 24 ; Lieut. P 22 Oct. 26 ; Capt. p 16 April, 
29 ; Mqfor, p 28 Sept. 39 > Lieut. -Col. p 22 July, 42. 

Mqjort. 
John Thomas Hill, Ens. PIS Mar. 27; Xteuf. <» 16 April, 29; Capt. PIS Feti. 

35; Jlf^(w,Pl2Mar. 41. 
Henry Vaughan Brooke, Em. p l2 July, 27 ; Lieut, p 11 June, 30; Capt. p2^ May, 
36; MqJoryP22 July, 42^ 



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Captains. 
O^ George Browne^. . . 
John Hen. Evelegh . . . 

Osborne Markliam 

Alexander Gardiner" . . . 
Ciithbert A. Baines . . . 

Robert Campbell 

\f illiam Case 

John Ernie Money 

John E. Wilmot Inglis . 
Thomas Robyns 

LIBCTENANT8. 

Fra. John Griffhi, #. . . . 

Thos. Daniel Kelly 

Edw. W. D. Lowe 

Geo. Sam. Moore 

Jas. D. Carmichael Smyth 
John Felling Pigott .... 

Wm. Bellingham 

Henry Duberly 

Charles Thomas King. • . . 

Frederick Yard 

James Cunningham .... 

Charles Ackland 

Henry Edwin Weare .... 

Ensigns. 
Andrew Gram Brine. • . . 

Thomas Maunsell 

John Lewis Phillipps .... 

Henry John Davies 

Robert Hediey 

Rich. Walter Money Kyrle 
Wm. Airde Birtwhistle . 
John Lawrie 



ENSIGN. 



LIKUT. 



10 June 13 

8 April 26 
P 27 Sept. 31 

16 July 13 

12 June 28 
P 2 Feb. 30 

10 Feb. 32 
P 18 April 33 
P 2Aug. 33 
P 7 Oct. 36 

13 Oct. 25 
12 April 33 
20 May 37 

9 Feb. 38 
P 12 July 39 
P 16 Feb. 39 

8 Mar. 39 
P28Sept.39 

l6 July 40 
P 12 Mar. 41 
P21 May 41 
P 25 Juue 41 

29 Oct. 41 

16Aprn42 
P27 May 42 
P 22 July 42 

7 April 43 
P29 Sept. 43 
P17 Nov. 43 
P 12 Dec. 43 



30 Sept. 19 10 Feb. 



CAPTAIN. lBRBy.«>]ltAJ. 



P 28 Jan. 26 

P 9 Mar. 34 

20 July 15 

8 Oct. 30 
P 2 Aug. 33 

9 Feb. 38 
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19 Jan. 
19 Feb. 



12 June 28 

10 Feb. 38 
P 12 Mar. 41 
P 25 June 41 

11 May 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P 25 Feb. 42 

16 April 42 

P 27 May 42 

P ^2 July 42 

7 April 43 

P 29 Sept. 43 

P 22 Dec. 43 

of FItuhlhff ; 
the end or the 



32 

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P 3 Nov. 37 
19 Jan. 39 
P 6 Mar. 40 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P25 Feb. 42 
P22 July 42 
P29 Sept. 43 
P22 Dec. 43 



16 June 3S 



9 Lleut.-Co1. llarkham was 
sererelj wounded In Canwift, 
23 Not. 1887. 

5 Mijor Browne lerred at 
Waterloo on 16th and 18th June. 

Capt. dardiner senred in 
the American war In 1810. 

8 Paymaster Hoore seired 
the campaifnri of 1814 In Hol- 
land, ineludinff the action at 
Merxem, and bombardment of 
Antwerp. Present at Waterloo. 

9 Quarter- Master Healey'p 
sefrices :— filege of Copenhag:en 
in 1807 2 batUes of RoleiJ^ 
Vimleni, Had Ck)runna; dxpe- 
diiion to Walchesen and ilegb 

Peninsula from June, 1811 to 
war. Including the battlei of 



PjTenbe§, Nivelle, Nlre, an4 
at Waterloo 16tb, and 18tlt 



Salamanca, the 
Orthes. Served 
June. 

10 Mr. Battipfletd was at the battles of Maidn 
and Casialla; sieges of Tarragona and Barcelona, 



P 22 Dec. 43 
Paymaster.— ^SBi Q. Moore/ 19 Oct. 2C; Ens. 1 Oct. 12; Lieut. 6 Dec. 13. 
A4futant.^Lieut. Thos. Daniel Kelly, 12 April, 33. 
Quarter-Master.—}^ I^M Thomas Healey,' 29 Nov. 27. 
Surgeon.— J^\Sm. Bampfield/^ 21 Jan. 13; ^Mwf .-5ur^. 28 Jan. 08 ; Hosp.- 

Aisitt. 26 Dec. 04. 
Ateist.'-Surgeon. — Edward Moorhead, M.D. 2 Aug. 42. 

[Returned from Canada, 18 Sept. 41. J 
Facinge White — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

I Sir John Buchan was actively employed In the Mysore war, and was present at the battle of Mallav^Ily 
and aannlt of Seringapatam. In 1800 and 1801 be was employeidl with the Flank. Companies of his regiment 
(the old IMthX in the operations against the Southern Pollgara ; on which occasion he relinquished a itaff 
situation to Join his company in the field. Subsequently to this he held different detached commands in 
Ceylon daring the Kandian war. In 1810 he held a command at the attack and capture of Quodaloupe. 
Served Afterwards In the Peninsula with the Portuguese army, from 1811 to the end of the war, including 
the battles of Vlttoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes and Toulouse. Sir John tias received a medal for 
Seringapatam, and a cross and one clasp for Guadoloupe, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

9 Lieut.' Browne's services: blockade of theTexel; expedition to Holland, and attack on Bergen-op- 
Zoom: taking of Genoa in 1814; blockade and taking of Naples in 1815. 

l\f Payniaisttfr Mattliews served In the Nepaul war in 18U and 15; at the capture of Hattrass; in tb« 
Mahratta war In 1817 and 18; and at the capture of Bhurtpore. 

II Mr Stewart served with the 41st in Afl|(hanisUn In 184S,and was present in the engagements of the 80th 
Aog. at Ooaine, and the 5th Sept. before Ghusnoe, the occupation and destruction of that fortress and of 
Cabttl, and tht Tarioui minor aflUrs In and between the Bolan and tho Khyber Pusses. 



65 



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Pmy. 



Half 
P»7. 



N^Ja'oJuaSSlaad ( The 1st Yorkshire, W.Riding) Regtof F.[^^,^i^SS^^ 

Y«r.*8erT.| " SERINGAPATAM »'— « WATBRLOO." 

Colonel, 
Sir Charles Wale,« KCB. Ent. June, 1779; Lieut, 18 April, 80; Cavt.^ Jnoe 
83; Majar,imT 04; ^^^^f'-CoM Jan 08; C^i. 26 April, 1808; M^ar^Gen: 
4 June, 11 ; Lieut.-Gen, 19 July, 21 ; Gen, 28 June, 88; Col, 88d Regt. 26 
Feb. 31. 

George Whannell,« -Ew. 1 Mar. 11 ; Lieut. 16 Mar. 14; CapK2 Nov. 25- Br«v - 
Mqjor, 28 June 88 ; Mqjor, 22 July, 41 ; Lt,'Col 14 April, 43. ' 

Thomas James Galloway, Ens, p 13 Sept. 21 ; Lieut, 2 June 25 ; Cant. P 27 Dec 
27 i Brev.'Mqf, 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqfor, 14 June, 42. ' f ' '^• 

Frederick Rodolph Blake, Ens. P30 June, 25 ; Lieut, p 14 Aug. 27 • Cavt P23 
Aug. 31 ; M(yor, 14 April, 43. -©• * i* • 



33 

22 
19 







17 





17 





14 





15 





18 





12 





9 





14 





12 





12 





9 





8 





8 





8 





9 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





8 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





S 





1 





1 





1 





19 


1^ 


8 





S 





19 


1* 


2 





2 






Captains. 
John Douglas Jolmstone 
Thos. Bunbury Gough . . 
Henry Wm. Bunbury, s, 

Warren Maude 

John Williamson 

Henry Knight Ersklne . 

George V. Mundy 

Francis Todd 

James Knight 

George Erskine 

Lieutenants. 

£. Aug. Milman 

Edw. Winnington 

Chas. P.B. Walker, <l.ad. 

Charles Mills 

Hon, John Arbuth. Keane 
Robert Gregory Wale . . 

John E. CoUings 

Edw. Westby Donovan . . 
William Pretyman .... 
Henry UUick Burke .... 
Henry Charles Fitzgerald 

George Swaby 

John Bd.Taubman Quayle 
Ensigns. 

Richard lAcy 

Henry Disney Ellis .... 
Wm. Mortimer Pechell.. 

Horace Trower 

Thomas Wickham 

John Rotton 

John Cassidy 

Wm. Roberts Williamson 



ENSIGN. 



P 15 Aug. 27 

P 27 Dec. 27 

P 29 June 80 

P 20 Mar. 29 

p 30 Dec. 26 

6 Jan« 32 

never 

P 16 July 80 

P 28 Dec. 32 

17 Aug. 32 

P27NOV. 36 
P 22 Jan. 36 
P27 Feb. 80 
P 3June36 
Pll Sept. 35 
80 Oct. 38 
21 June 39 

10 Jan. 40 
P 8 May 40 
P 17 July 40 
P 25 Sept. 40 
P 16 April 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 

1 1 Mar. 42 
14 June 42 

P 6 Aug. 42 
P30 Aug. 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P 7 Jan. 43 
19 May 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



16 Mar. 30 
P 25 Jan. 31 
P 30 Aug. 33 
P 13 April 32 
P 16 July 30 
P 27 Feb. 30 

27 Feb. 36 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 3 June 86 

P28Dec. 38 
4 Jan. 39 

21 June 89 
P26Sept.40 

17 Sept. 80 
27 Aug. 41 

22 Jan. 42 
14 June 42 

P 6 Aug. 42 
P 80 Aug. 42 

9 Oct. 42 
19 May 43 

7 Nov. 43 



P 19 Oct. 38 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P18 Aug. 88 
p 25 Sept. 40 

30 Oct. 40 
P 12 Mar. 41 
P 1 May 40 

14 June 42 
P 80 Aug. 42 

14 AprU4dl 



BRBV.-MAJ, 



P 5 Dec. 43 
PaywMWfer.— Patrick M'Grath, 4 Oct. 3 J ; Ens. 7 Feb. 11 ; Lieut, 14 Jaa IS* 
A4jutant,''Lieut, Charles MUb, 19 May, 48. 
Quarter-Master, — Joseph Jones, 26 Oct. 42. 

5iirywm.— James Murray Drysdale, 26 Feb. 41 ; Assist.-Surg. 10 Not.25 ; Hosp.^ 

Assist,l9Veb.24, ^ * ^ 

Assist.'Surffeons. — Frank Andrews, 2 Aug. 42. ^ 

William Miah Murphy, 22 July, 42. 

Faeings Red— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co..— /ruA AgenU, Sir E, H, Borough, Bart 

ArmltandCo. 

1 Ueuw-Cutoorl Whuuwll wtvmI the eamfwlffn. of igij ^d U ia Onrnmnf and Holland. iBclwUM ih« ««««^ii. 

184 



Head Qaartoni 
at Dublin. J 



34M ( Tlie Cumberland) Regi. of Foot. 



185 



"ALBUHERA»'— "VITTORIA"— "PYRENEE8"—"NIVELLE'*— "NIVE"— 

« ORTHES"— " PENINSULA." 



YAn* Serr. 



62 



Full 
Pay. 



23 

25 
15 



25 
15 
23 
12 
11 
11 
10 
10 
10 
10 

12 
10 

9 
8 
8 
7 
7 
6 
3 
3 
3 
3 

2 
2 
2 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

16 
8 
8 

28 



Hair 
Pay. 












































1 



Colonel. 
9 5tr Thomas Makdougall Brisbane,* Bart, GCB. GCH. Ens, 10 Jan. 1782; 
Lima. 30 July, 01; Capt. 12 April, 93; Mtyofy 6 Aug. 95; Lieut.^Col. 4 
April, 1800; Col, 25 July, 10; Mqjor.-Gen, 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 
25; Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Col. 34th Regt. 16 Dec. 26. 

Lieut-Colonel. 
Richard Airey, Ens. 15 March, 21; Lieut. P4 Dec. 23; Capt. p 22 Oct. 25; 
Jfq/or, P9 May, 34; Lteut.-Col. pIO Feb. 38. 

M({jors. 
Henry Deedes. Ens. p23 Dec. 19 ; Lieut. 2 Oct. 23 ; Capt. p 10 Nov. 25 : Major, 

P23Feb 38. 
James John Best, Ens. 6 Feb. 29; Lieut, p 29 June, 30; Capt.viO April, 35 ; 
MqjoTf P 13 Dec. 42. 



Captains. 
Edward Broderick .... 
R. Waioughby Byron . . 
Nicholas R. Brown .... 
Joseph Hen. Mathews . . 

Eustace Heathcote 

Henry John Hutton .... 

Richard D. Kelly 

Arthur Cyril Goodenough 

Frederick H. Lang 

Folliott Duff 

LlEUTKNANTS. 

Charles F. Hervey 

Thomas Bourke,r 

John Simpson 

C. Alfred Schreiber 

Edw. P. A. Talbot 

John Gwilt 

Alex.Cunningh.Robert8on^ 

Fra. Chas. Harvey, s 

John Tryon Still 

Robert Christopher Packe 
T. A. Makdougall Brisbane 

James Maxwell 

Henry Hagh Oxley .... 

Ensiuns. 
Wm. Leopold Talbot. . . . 
Edward Frederick Agnew 
Edward Wilmot Sitwell 
Cha. Wm. Goldf. Burrill 
Charles Wilson Randolph 
Douglas Monro Fyfe. . . . 
.9ir Geo.H.S.Douglas, JB^ 
Mawdistly Gaussen Best 



ENSIGN. 



11 Mar. 24 
P27 Aug. 29 

22 Mar. 21 
P 4 Mar. 26 
P.ll May 33 
P24Dec. 33 
7 Mar. 34 
P 8 April 34 

11 July 34 
P30 Dec. 34 

2 Nov. 32 
P 9 May 34 
P 13 Mar. 35 
PlO April 35 
P 30 July 36 
P25 Nov. 36 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P 29 Sept. 37 
11 May 38 
P 1 June 41 
P20Aag. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 15 Oct. 41 

P 20 May 42 
21 May 42 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 3 Feb. 43 
PlO Feb. 43 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 3 Nov. 43 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



P 7 Nov. 2C 
2 Aug. 33 
2 June 25 
P21 Feb. 34 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P18 Sept. 35 
p 30 July 36 
P25 Nov. 86 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P20 Sept. 37 

P30Dec. 34 
2 May 37 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P23 Feb. 38 
P 1 June 38 
PlO Aug. 8t* 
P20 Aug. 41 
P24 Sept. 41 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 3 Feb. 43 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 12 Dec. 43 



P 9 May 84 
Pl8 Sept. 05 
2 May 37 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P23 Feb. 38 
P20 Aug. 41 
P24Sept. 41 
P 20 Oct. 41 
P13 Dec. 42 
P 13 Oct. 431 



BRBV.^MAJ. 



P 12 Dec, 43 
Paymaster. — Chas. Boyse Roche, 30 Nov. 38 ; Ens. 18 Jan. 28 ; Lieut. 21 June, 82. 
Aeyutant.— Lieut. Edward Plantagenet Airey Talbot, 20 Sept. 39. 
Quarter-Master.-— John O'Brien,' 19 Feb. 30. 

5«r^eon.— William Bain, M.D. 29 Dec. 37 ; Assist.-Surg. 30 June, 25; Hosp.- 
Assist. 24 June, 15. 
2 Assist.-Surg. — Robert Winchester Fraser, 15 April, 42. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co. 

[Returned from Canada, August 1841.] 

1 Sir Thomai Brisbane Joined the Duke of York's army In the beginning of the war, and was present In 
every action except that of the 9Snd May 08, when he was confined from a wound received in the action 
of the 18th of the same month. He was sulMequenlly present at the taking of various islands, forts, &c. in 
the West Indies. Sir Thomas hat received a cross and one clasp for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and 
Toulouse, where he was wounded. 

2 Lieut. Robertson served in the Anglo-Spanish Legion from July 1885 to June 1887. RecelTed a medal 
for the action of 6th May 1887 ; the cross of the Ist class of San Fernando, for the actions of the 15th ai.d 
Uth March 1887; and another medal for the storming of Irun, 17lh May following: severely wounded in 
tbe face by a splinter in the general action on the heights of Ametza, 1 Oct. 1880. 

3 Quarter-Master 0*Brien served with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805; to South America, in 1807; at 
Die capture of the Isle of France, in 1810; the campaign In Java, in 1811; including the action near Wel- 
tevrleden, and the Investment and slormingof Port L'oruelis. Served also at the capture of Palcmbang in the 
Island of Sumatra, In 1812; and, during the whole of the Burmese war in 1824, 25, and 28, including engage- 
■HTBts in front of Rangoon, at Kemundiue, Dalla, and Kokien, taking of Tavoy and Mcrgui, capture of 
Doiiabew and Promei the actions near Prome, capture of Melown and Pcgnmcw, besides various minor affairs. 



Yean' Senr. 



60 



Full 
Pay. 



Hair 
Pay. 



B^SJi/r/aSlSS7.] 35/A {Rmjal Sussex) Regiment of Foot [XTUni'VoJitL'!""- 

" MAIDA." 

Colonel, 
9 Sir Richard Downes Jackfton/ RCB. Ent, 9 July 1794; Lieut, ft Capt, 24 
May, 98; Capt Sc LietU»^CoL 4 Aug. 1808; CoL 4 June, 14; Jkqfar-Gen, 
27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Oen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 35th Regt. 16 June 40. 

Lieut. 'Colonel. 
Benjamin Francis Dalton Wilson, Ens. P27 Aug. 26; Lietst. PlO Jdne, 26; 
Capt. P20 April, 32 ; M(^or,Pn June, 36; Lieut.-Col. P15 Dec. 40. 

Mqjors. 
Aralander Tennant,' Ens. p 20 Oct. 08 ; Lieut. 10 June, 13 ; Capt. p 10 June, 26; 

MtyoTf P 1 Aug. 34. 
George Oeedes, Ens. p2 Sept. 24; Lieut, p 17 Sept. 26; Capt. p 13 Aug. 29; 
Jf <y or, P 1 2 June, 40. 



18 



36 

20 



36 
20 





17 





19 





13 





16 


1 


18 
32 
13 


4 




11 





10 





18 





19 





16 





11 





10 





10 











7 





16 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





2 





2 





2 





I 





1 





14 





1 





4 





18 





8 





6 






Captainb. 

Edward Goate^ 

John Rowley Heyland .. 
J. H. Oakcs Moore .... 
John Oliver Munton .... 

James Fraser 

Edward U. Hutciiinson.. 

James Tcdlie 

Henry Cooper' 

Charles Beamish 

Frederick English 

LXBUTENANTS. 

William Ward 

Theophilns Paris, d. pm. 

George Bayly 

Thomas J. G. Chatterton 
Oliver Nicolls Chatterton 
Thomas Goldie Harding * 
Geo. Granville Baker. . . . 

Fred. Hugh Henry 

Thomas Teulon 

Frederick Philip Glubb 

John A. Ewart 

Wm. Thomas Harris .... 

Ensions. 
Robert Henry Price .... 

Archibald Tisdall 

Fred. George Elkington. . 
Thoe. Harries Wilson. . . . 
Wm. Ranhy Goate .... 
Walter Cumiug, d. ad. . . 
Edward Bowen Cooke . . 

Charles Russell 

Henry Samuel Bowman 



ENSIGlf. 



9 May 06 
8 Jan. 24 

26 Oct. 27 
30 June 26 

P 6 April 31 
P20 Mar. 27 
P 19 May 26 
3 Oct. 06 
P20 Apr. 31 
P 22 Mar. 33 

18 Aug. 26 
P 8 Apr. 26 

10 Feb. 26 
P 26 Aug. 29 
P26JuIy 33 
P31 July 34 
P 1 Aug. 34 
P20 Mar. 36 
P29 Dec. 37 
2 Oct. 28 

27 July 38 
P27Sept. 39 

P31 Dec. 39 

26 June 40 

P 4 Sept. 40 

P 29 Dec. 40 

16 April 42 

20 May 42 

P 10 Aug. 42 

P26 Aug. 43 

13 Oct. 43 



LIEUT. 



8 Jan. 07 
P 7 Jan. 26 
P26Apr. 31 

17 Aug. 32 
P 1 Aug. 34 
PlOSept. 29 
p 6 June 27 

18 June 07 
P20 Mur. 36 
P 17 June 36 

1 May 28 
P26 Aug. 20 

17 Apr. 30 
P31 Dec. 33 
P 6 Aug. 36 
p26 Aug. 36 

23 July 38 

7 Aug. 38 

P16 Dec. 40 

PIO May 33 

16 April 42 
P 7 July 43 



CAPTAIN. 



27 June 11 
P 12 Apr. 31 
P3l Dec. 33 
i*20 Mar. 36 
P17 June 30 
P 8 June 38 
23 July 38 
26 Mar. 13 
P31 Dec. 39 
P 16 Dec. 40 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



22 July 30 



10 Jan. 37 



9 M^or Tcnnaat tenrxl at 
tha fllcga of Flaihlnir* in 1800. 

3 Major Cooper aenred at 
Walcheren In 1800, and aubM* 
quratly in the Amerlran War 

6 M^or Uoattf '• tenrlcet : — 
Expadition to Oermany Id 1805 
under Lord Cat heart; gtorminc 
the h^iRhts of Sorll, fi<>ge of 
Port Bourbon* and mplure of 
Martlnlqtte In 1806; Nepaal 
war in 1815, and wai foj^agcd 
on the hei((htfof Muckwan- 
pore 15th Dee. ; captan* of Hal- 
tma* In 1816; llakmcta and 
Piodarree campaifna of 1817 
and 18 ; BUrme«« war in 1883 
andse. 



Paymaster. — James GubUvub Hamilton HoIme», 24 Feb. 37; Ens, I'll June, 

30; Xfitfti^. P2 Aug. 33. 
Adjutant, — Ens H. 9. Bowman, 13 Oct. 49. 
Quarter-'Master. — George Cole, 16 Dec. 40. 
Surgeon. — David Lister, 2 July, 41 ; Assist. -Surg. 18 Oct. 27 ; Bosp.^ Assist. 

26 Oct. 26. 
Assistant'Surgeons, — Arch. Gordon, M.D. 28 June, 36. 

Wm. Augustus Heise, M.D. 18 Oct. 39. 
Faeistgs Bine. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.-- Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, 

Sart.f Armit Sc Co. 
1 8ir Rich. D. Jaekaon aenrad in Ireland duriuK the Rebellioa, lo 1708 ; on the expedition to th« north 
of Oermany. In 1805 ; expedition to and aiege of Copenhagen, in 1807. Embarked with a detachment of th» 
Coldatfiam Guarda for Cadia, in If arch, 1810, and waa prvaent at the defence of Cadlx, and t! e hattto of 
Ihtfrois. 8erYed alao the canipaigoa of 1811. 18. 19, 4nd 14, aa an Aulttant Quarter-Muter General, (n« 
clndln< the battle of Puentea d'Onor, itei^ of Ciudad RodrlRo, battle of Salamanca, paaaage of the Btdaana, 
battle of the Rlvslia, paAiaire of the Nlve, and battle between the Nive and Adour, ISth Dec^ action of St. 
Palai<| battis of Ortbea, action of Aire, end battle of Toulouae. Croai and two cUupa for the battloa of 
Barro*, Fuantet d*Oaor, Salamtfhca, Nlvetle, Nlve, snd Orthes. 

186 



YeiTt* Sent. 



06 



"aT^D^u^"] ^6/A ( Tfie Herefordshire) Regt of Foot. 187 

"Firm."—" HIND008TAN"— " HOLEIA"— " VIMIERA"— *' CORUNNA"— " SALA- 
MANCA"—" PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " NIVE"— " ORTHES"— 

" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 

ColoTieL 
Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe,' Bart, Ens, 1 May, 1778; Lieut. 27 Dec. 80; Capt, 6 
May, 95; Mqjoft 13 Dec. 97 ; Lieut.-CoL 22 March, 98 ; CoL 25 April 1808 ; 
Mqjar-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut.Gen, 19 July, 21 ; General, 28 June, 38 ; Col. 
36 Regt. 21 Dec. 29. Lieut, -Colonel. 

9 Archibald M. Maxwell,* KH. ^nd Lt. R. Artillery, 1 July, 01 ; Lieut. 17 May, 
03 ; Capt. 1 Feb. 08 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 27 May, 25 ; Mc^jor, 12 Dec. 26; 
Lieut.'Col. P 25 Nov. 28 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
Majors.— ChtLclcB Ashmore, Ens. 25 Dec. 13; Lieut. 13 April, 20; Capt. ^19 

Aug. 26 ; Af/yw, p 1£» Dec. 40. 
Charles Trollope, Ens. p 19 Nov. 25 ; Lieut, p 10 Oct. 26; Capt. P 23 Aug. 81 ; 
Mf^Jor, P16 June, 43. 



Full 
Pay. 



36 



28 



18 



32 

,18 

, 23 

I 16 

19 

' 25 

26 

11 

12 

8 



Half 
P»y. 



6U 



2J> 



3A 











14 





14 





9 





8 





16 


»A 


7 


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7 





7 





7 





5 





5 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 

























24 


16A 



3 

9 

19 

10 



Captains. 

|| John De Lacy * 

Edward R. King 

Wm. Henry Adams .... 

Lorenzo Rothe 

John Maule 

Robert Stuart Ridge* 

9 Charles Mortimer' .. 
Wm. Manleverer ...... 

Charles A. Goodman .... 

James Nugent 

Lieutenants. 

John Pratt, r 

John Fleury 

Arthur Kiidoch 

Patrick L. M'Dougall . . 
Thomas Henry Bristow. . 
Edw. Chas. Butler .... 

Wm. Ward Abbott 

Charles Wilson Carden . . 
Robert Hallowell Carew 

Henry W. Palmer 

Edward Warwick Harvey 

Owen Hill Harries 

Henry Archibald Cubitt 

Richard Lloyd 

Ensions. 
James Treva. Bettesworth 
John Arthur Brockman . . 
John Matthew Pochin . . 
Wm. Ryland Rainsford . . 

Frederick Palmer 

Roger Bamston 

Geo. Rob. Jas. Marshall 



ENSIGN. 









30 May 09 

10 Feb. 26 

1 Feb. 21 
P 6 Mar. 28 

9 AprU 25 
8 Sept. 14 

20 Nov. 06 
P 31 Aug. 30 

2 Nov. 32 
P 15 AprU 36 

P 8 June 30 

P 16 July 30 

24 July 35 

13 Feb. 30 

2 Apr. 25 

P 13 Jan. 37 

P24 Mar. 37 

P 20 Oct. 37 

P 28 Nov. 37 

11 Jan. 39 

21 June 39 
P 5 Mar. 41 

12 Mar. 41 
P 2 AprU 41 

P 13 May 42 
20 May 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 6 Jan. 43 
P 16 June 43 
7 July 43 



LIEUT. 



15 June 11 

31 July 28 

Pll Mar. 24 

P 21 Aug. 35 

P30 Aug. 26 

28 Dec. 21 

9 Feb. 08 

P 13 Jan. 37 

24 Feb. 37 

11 Jan. 39 

8 June 35 
P 6 May 36 
P 28 Nov. 37 
Pll May 39 

9 Mar. 27 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P 2 April 41 

IDec. 41 
P 13 May 42 
P 22 July 42 
P30 Dec. 42 
P 16 June 43 

21 Sept. 43 
P 22 Sept. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



18 Feb. 27 

P 4 Dec. 32 

P 18 July 26 

P 2 April 41 

30 Oct. 40 

29 Sept. 37 

9 Mar. 24 

P 22 July 42 

P 16 June 43 

P 22 Sept. 43 



BHEV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



28 Nov. 41 



28 June 38 



H^or Ifortlmer Mrrsd on 
(he expedition under Sir B. 
Spencer wbiih Joined Sir A. 
Wellecley't nrtnj, and wm pre- 
Renl ai the battle* of Roleia and 
Vimiera. Proceeded from theoce 
to Oporto, and Joined Sir John 
Moore'* army, ana was preMut 
»t the battle of Corunna. Ac- 
conipviied hlf regt. to Walche- 
ren, and waa prkient at the 
liege of Fluihing. Served after* 
wurdt with the grenadier com- 
pany near Mali^ and a$ the 
battle of Barrosa. Subaequently 
Joined the army under the Duke of Wellington, 
und waa present at the battlea of Vlltorla, f^re- 
nees, ^ilvelle (severely wouudedX and Orthei; 
after whlch« he accompanied hii r^t. to Aiae- 
rica, and was present at the siege of Fort Erie, 
when he defended No. 1 battery with the grena* 
dier company until supported by the ngt^ and 
also at Chippewa. 



23 Sept. 43 
Paymaster. — Humphrey Hen. Carmichae!, 24 Feb. 14 -, Ens. 24 Sept. 03 ; Lieut, 

27 Nov. 06; Capt. 31 Dec. 12. 
Adfjutant.— Lieut. H. A. Cubitt, 23 June, 43. 
Quarter'Master.—Winiam Stuart, 10 July, 35. 
Surgeon. — John James Rus8eU,M.D. 11 June, 41 ; Assist. -Surg. 25 April, 26; 

Hosp.' Assist. 16 June, 25. 
^Mi^.-iSur^.— Charles Seott, M.D. 7 Nov. 34. 



Facings Grass Green. — Agents, Messn. Price & Son. — Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, £#., 

Armit & Co. 
[Returned from N. Amei-ica, 23 May, 1842.] 

1 Sir Roger Sheaffe served in Holland in 1700 ; and m the e&pedltUn to the Baltic, in 1601, tinder Sir 
Hyde Parker and Lord Nelson. Tlie Americans having invaded Upper Canada at Queenstown on the ISth 
Oct. IS12, and General Brock, eoromaading in the province, having fallen in a gallant effort with an inade- 
quate force to oppose them, they polled themselves on a woody height above Queenstown. M^or-General 
Sheaffe, on whom the command devolved, asKembled some regular troops and militia, with a few Indians, 
and on the same day attacked and completely defeated them, their commanding Qeaeral delivering hi^ 
sword to M^jor-General Sheafb, and surrendtrliig bis surviving troops an the Held of battle — their ikumbev 
far exceeding the assailants. For these services Sir Roger was created a Baronet. 

S Colonel Maxwell served the campaign in Calabria, and commanded the artillery that besieged Scylla 
Castle. Served subsequently on the Eastern coast of Spain ; embarked with Lord William Bentinck from 
Tarragona, after having assisted at two sieges of that fortress; took part in the Italian campaigi^ and wma 
BrigadeH^lor to the artillery at the capture of Genoa. 

4 Major Da Lacy served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1800 to the end of the war, loclnding the battlea of 
Bosaoe and Albuhera« sieges of Cludad Bodrigo and Badi^os, battles of Salamanca, Tlttoria, Pyrenees 
(28 July, to 2 Aug.), Nivelle, Orlhea, and Toulouse. Reoelred a gun-ahot wound In the right am at Tlttoria. 
Has served seven years in the West Indies since the peace. 

ft Captain R. 8. Ridge served the Mahratta and Pindarree campaigns of 1817 and 18, and afterwards with 
the eipedition to the Fenian Gulf, including the siege of Ras-el-Kyma. 



188 



S7th{7Tie North Hampshire) Regt of Foot. [^^tX^^L 



Ye«r»' Serr 



61 



Pull 
Pay. 



10 



Hiiir 

P»y. 



16 





17 





30 





14 





12 





11 


A 


16 


^. 


17 


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18 


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8 





12 





7 





7 





7 





6 





7 





6 





6 





7 





4 





6 





4 





S 





d 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





7 





2 





7 





19 






" MINDEN"— " TOURNAY "— " PENINSULA." 



Colonel. 
Hon, Sir Alexander Duff,' GCH. Em, 23 May, 1793; LietU. 16 Jan. 94; 
Capt, 10 Jan. 94; Mfyor^ 28 Mar. 94; Lieut,-CoL 14 April, 98; Co/. 25 
April, 1808; Major-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; LietU.-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Gen. 28 
June, 38; Col. 37th Regt. 20 July, 31. 

Lieut.'CoUmel. 
Jofteph Bradshaw, Em. p 12 May, 25 ; Lieitt. p 12 Dec. 26 ; Capt. p 2 Dec. 31 ; 
Alqjorf P9 Dec. 36; Lieut. -Col. P27 Aug. 41. 

Mqjors. 
Francis Skelly, Em. P 6 July, 26; Lieut. 18 Sept. 28; Capt. P21 Sept. 82; 

3fflyor, P2 July, 41. 
Gilbert Wm. Francklyn, Ens. P30 April, 27; Lieut. 23 Nov. 30; Capt. p9 
Dec 36; Mqjors p27 Aug. 41. 



Captains. 

John Harvey 

William Clay 

Patrick Fran. Durham . 

/f<m.Edw.Arth.W.Keaue* 

Brownlow Villiers Layard^ 

Thos. Edmund Le Blanc 

Chas. Aug. Parkinson . . 

John Owen I4ewi8 

Thomas Cassan 

Eliott Thomas Seward . . 
Lieutenants. 

Henry Edward Manners 

Cha. Fra. Shum 

Wm. Hamilton 

Edw. D. Atkinson 

John Hunter Mushet . . 

Arthur M. Alex. Bowers 

Henry John Curteis .... 
I Herbert Russell Manners 
I Jones Butler Staveley . . 
' Robert Prescott Harrison 

, Henry B. Phipps 

I Henry Stone 

' Daniel Davenport 

I ENSION8. 

: Trevor Hawley 

Geo. Aug. Joe. M'Clintock 

John Clutterbuck 

Joseph Jones , . . . . 

Wm. Joseph Bazalgctte . . 
Cha. Alex. Boswell Gordon 
Albemarle Bertie Cator 
Charles Luxmoore 



ENSIGN. 



14 April 14 

8 June 30 

P 21 Sept. 32 

16 Feb. 33 
24 July 23 
10 May 27 

P 10 July 35 

Pll July 35 

28 Oct. 31 

P 9 Dec. 30 

P 29 June 32 
P 12 May 37 

26 May 37 
P 6 Oct. 37 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 6April38 

28 Aug. 38 
P 27 Oct. 37 
P 28 July 40 

17 Aug. 38 
P 2 Oct. 40 
P 18 May 41 

P 2 July 41 
P27 July 41 
P 29 Oct. 41 
7 Jan. 42 
P 17 June 42 
P21 April 43 
P 23 June 43 
P 17 ^o\. 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



10 April 25 
P 21 Sept. 32 
P 10 July 35 
Pll Mar. 36 

20 Jan. 26 

P 2 Dec. 31 

P 6 April 38 

9 July 38 

26 Jiily 37 
P 16 Feb. 39 

9 July 36 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 21 June 39 
P 28 July 40 
p 21 Feb. 40 
P 2 July 41 
P27 Aug. 41 

7 Jan. 42 
P 16 Aug. 89 
P17 June 42 

31 Oct. 40 
P 30 Dec. 42 
P17 Nov. 43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



5 Mar. 41 



9 Oct. 87 
P 16 Feb. 89 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 29 Jan. 41 
P 21 Nov. 84 

30 April 41 
P 2 July 41 
P 29 Oct. 41 
P 18 Feb. 42 
P17 June42 



2 M^Jor Hon. B. A. W. Kflui«, 
•erYed on t<ord Kesne'i staff 
during the campaign In AC- 
ghanUtan and B«loocbfftan, 
and was present at the ateault 
and capture of Ghumte, for 
which he has received a medal. 



Paymaster. — Wm. Geo. Menztes Clibbom, 22 July, 42; Ens, 17 Nov. 37) 
At^utant. — Ens. Joseph Jones, 2 April, 42. [Lieui. 30 April, 41. 

Quarter-Master. — Richard Hamilton, 2 Nov. 37. 
5«r^«wi.~Alcx. Browne, M.D. 22 Nov. 39 ; Assist.-Surg. 3 Aug. 26 ; Hosp.^ 

Assist. 16 June, 26. 
Assist. -Surg. — Alexander Forteath, M.D. 10 Feb. 43. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Stoddart k, M'Origor. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane ft Co. 

[Returned from Nova Scotia, 17 Jan. 1842. J 

1 Sir Alex. Duff served in Flanden ; accompanied the expedition from the East Indies to Bgypt, where he 
served ootil the peace of 1608. 81r Alex, commanded the centre column in the attack apon Boenoe Ayi 
7 Ciq>tain Layard served with the 14th at the siege and storm of Bhurtpore in INO. 



aJS:!S^i4»:] S8th (The lit Staffordslure)Refjt.qf Foot [g^-S.«*H«5r""- 

"llOim TIDIO"— »• HOLBIA"-" VIMIBRA"— " C0»UJIJIA"— BUSAOO"— " BABAJOS"— ^ 8ALAKA1IOA"— 
▼ITTORIA"— "St. 8BBA8T1AJI"— " Nl ▼»'*— ** PaMUTSULA"— " AVA." 

Colonel, 
m ffon. Hugh Arbuthnott,« CB. Ens. 18 May, 96; Lt. 15 Sept. 96; Capt. 
20 March, 99 ; Mi^jor, 23 Nov. 04; Lt.-Col 9 May, 11 ; Col, 19 July, 21 ; 
Mqj&r-Gen. 22 July, 80; Lt.'Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; CoL 88th Regt. 4 April 43. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Sir John Campbell,* Bar*. -Bw*. 26 Nov. 21 ; Xujm#. 1 July, 24 ; Capt. p 11 July, 
26; Mqjor, p29 Dec. 37 ; Lieut^-CoL p 7 Aug. 40. 

Mqjors, 
John Jackflon Lowth*, Em. 8 July, 24 ; Zieut. 11 Sept. 26; Cap/, p 23 Mar. 82 ; 

Mofor, P 12 June, 40. ^ ^^ ^ ^ «e 

Hen^ Knight Storks, Ens. P 10 Jan. 28 ; Lieut. P 2 Mar. 32 ; Capt. p 80 Oct. 86 ; 

Me^or, P 7 Aug. 40. 



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Captains. '^''"'^^- 

James Pattoun Sparks . . 27 July 16 
» Alexander Campbell^ 17 Dec. 13 

Robert Carr P ^^P"^1S 

— .. - 17 Aug.09 

P 16 Mar. 31 
9 April 26 

P 22 April 26 

3 Feb. 32 

26 Nov. 21 

P 4 May 82 



•••••• 



9 Robert Woodhouse'^ 
Jos. Samuel Adamson 

CSiarles Irvine • • 

John Gage Lecky • • • 
John W. S. Smith 

Frederick Tudor* 

Daniell O'Connell 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

John James Grant, r. . . 

l^omas Southall' 

Thomas Anderson 

Cookajrne Frith 

Robert Charles Sindair. . 
ChArlM John Prichard . . 
John Robert Jackson. . . • 
Adam Hackett, d. a^i* • • 
Charles Robbins MaxweU 

Wm. James Loftus 

Robert Scott 

Arthur Layard 

James Jarvis 

Ensigns. 

Henry Holden • • • 

Edward Thomas Gloster 
Hugh Rich. Kirwan Hurly 
Henry Philips Onslow . . 

Gustavus Hume • . • 

Frederick Hugonin • • . • 

Samud Hackett 

Fiennes Arthur Qnartley 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



9 Mar. 26 
2 Dec. 26 

16 May 84 

22 Aug. 37 
P 23 Aug. 87 
p 9 Jan. 88 

11 May 38 
P 10 Feb. 87 
P 19 Oct 88 
P 9 Nov. 88 

81 May 39 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 21 Sept. 89 

P 7 Aug. 40 
P 13 May 42 
p 6 Jan* 43 
19 Nov. 41 
P 30 May 43 
P 2J July 43 
P20Oct. 43 



80 July 18 

26 Nov. 21 

29 Dec. 28 

6 June 12 

P 27 Sept. 83 

P 17 May 27 

P 26 Mar. 29 

4. Aug. 37 

18 Sept. 24 

P 22 Aug. 37 

P 12 Feb. 28 

26 Sept. 28 

p 29 Dec. 37 

p 4 May 39 

P 21 Sept. 39 

p 12 June 40 

p 7 Aug. 40 

21 Apr. 39 

17 Nov. 40 

P 8 Nov. 42 

P 14 Apr. 43 

P29 Dec. 40 

p 6 Dec. 43 



6 Sept. 26 

26 Sept. 28 

11 Dec. 31 

21 April 33 

P 1 Dec. 37 

P 4 May 39 

P 10 April 40 

P 7 Aug. 40 

29 Sept. 40 

P 14 Apr. 43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 

23 Nov. 41 
23 Nov. 41 



6 Major Campbell Mrredtha 
campaign of 18U, In the Soutli 
of France, Including the Inveit- 
ment of Bayonne. Served also 
tbrouffhout the Bunneae war. 

7 Capt. Woodhouie lerved 
in the PealOMiIafrom January 
1809, to Dec. 1811, in«Judiiig 
the battles of TaUvera, Busaco, 
and Faentes d'Onor, and fieg • 
of Badajoa. 



6 Captain Tttdor serred throogbonttha Bur- 

"Tueut. Southall serred in the Bormeae 
war fkom Not. 1886. 



AdiuUmi.—IAeut. C. Frith, 17 Nov. 40. 

iSttroeoib— Hugh landsay Stuart, 17 Sept. w, -aww*- owyw , 
Hosp.-Assisi. 28 Dec. 20. „ _, oi a^t qo 

tha expedltton to the Baltic, and battle of Copenhagen, In 1801. in Jnij ^^ j^ ^ expedition to 
dition toZealand, and was present at the siege and JP^^'^^'^i^^f^^'^t'Vi^^^tfint at the battle of 
Sweden, SdSterwards to Portugal and Spain »»J*" S^i^terff^l.'^d c^ the SSnd at tha 
Conmna. Served also In the Peninsula under the Duke ol weiimguin, aau w 
hatUe of Buiaoo, for which he has receired a medaL 

S Sir John Campbell serred throughout the Burmese war, 

4 Malor Lowth senred thraaghout the Burmase ww. 
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£JleMiIi?S£] ^9th ( The Dorsetshir e) Regim ent of Foot. [^^„,y<^ 

•• PHmiw lit JfMlif .**--'• Pi^MBY'*-^* OiBBAiTAB»-wlth the ikutls and Key, " MtmtU tnaignita Caip^' 

— •« Al.BVHaAA"~*< VlTXOMA"— " PrUXXBS"— " N IVBMJI^'NXVB"— « OBTHM^— » PKKIM&OLaP 

CoUmeL 
9 5«r Fred. Phllipic Robinson,* GCB. .E^. Feb. 1777 ; Ueut. 1 Sept 79; 

Capt. 8 July, 94 ; McQ<fr, 1 Sept 94 ; LteuU-Col. 1 Jan. 1800 ; C<d. 25 July, 10; 

Mqjar-Gen, 4 June, 13; Xt€tt/.-C7en.27May,25 ; Om, 23 No?. 41; C<>L30tb 

Regt. 15 June, 40. 
Lieut.-ColaneU^-ThomAg Wright,' Etu. 18 Dec. 12 ; Lieut. 22 April, 14 : Capi. 

P 14 July, 25 ; Mqjor, p 10 March, 37 ; Lieut. -Col. 24 Apr. 30. 
Horatio Walpole, Ens. & Lieut. 8 May, 17 > Cap*. P13 Jan. 25; Mmar, P17 Nor. 

37; -t»eu*..Co/. 18May,40. ' ' *- i -v , 

lfq;Vw#.— Edward Wm. Bray,* J^n#. 12 Jan. 05; Ueut. 20 April, 08; Cupt. 

6 AprU, 19 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Afqfar^ 9 Nov. 41. 
Charles T. Van Straubenzee, Ent. p 28 Aug. 28 : Lieut, p 22 Feb. 83; Copt. 

P 10 Mar. 37 ; Mqjar, 27 Aug. 43. ' 



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Captains. 

WiUiamWood* 

John Blackall 

MannadukeOeo. Nixon. . 
Henry Francis Stokes* . . 
Robert Newport Tinley . . 

Arthur Herbert 

Dobson Young^ 

Charles D. Campbell. . . . 
Henry A. Strachan . . . . 
Abrm. ColUs Anderson, s. 

LlBUTBNAllTS. 

iEneas Wm. Fraser • • . • 

William Munro 

H. Wayet Davenport. . . . 

James 8. Atkinson 

Wm. Claiges Wolfe, r. . . 

Edward Croker 

J. Fits Roy Daliymple . . 

Humphrey Gray* 

Wordsworth Smith .... 

William Hardinge 

Charle* J. Walker 

Tho. Sargent Little • • • • 
Chas. Tho. Hamilton . . . 
Robert Hamilton Gnrrie 
Owen Wynne Gray • • . 
Theodore M. Haultain . . 

James C. Harvey 

Wm. Newport Tinley . . 

Patrick Flynn 

Edward Hardinge ...... 

Robert Stacey CoUs .... 

Francis Gee 

James Henry Archer. . . . 

Bhsigns. 
Simon Geoige Newport. . 

Thomas Scannan 

Henry Dros Gaynor .... 
Theodore David Bray . . 
Lindsay Farrington .... 

WUliamLeckie 

Henry SlmhirBt Reader 
John Mapes Webb Ensor 



BNSION. 



P 13 April 26 

14 Oct 12 

5 April 31 

24 July 23 
4 April 32 

P 18 Jan. 31 
3 Dec. 07 

P Aug. 27 
21 Sept 32 
12 June 23 

P 6June34 
P 20 June 34 
P 30 May 35 
30 Sept 30 
P 30 Oct. 35 
P 4 Mar. 86 
P 2 Dec. 36 

25 Mar. 36 
21 Oct. 86 

P 10 Mar. 37 

7 April 37 

9 Dec 37 

P17 Feb. 38 

P 28 Dee. 38 

Not. 38 

27 June 34 

25 Jan. 39 
P 15 Nov. 39 

9 Jan. 40 

P 11 Jan. 40 

14 Feb. 40 

18 Sept 40 

P 15 Dec. 40 

3 Aug. 41 

26 Oct 41 
P31 Dec. 41 

31 Dec. 41 

23 June 43 
10 Nov. 43 

24 Nov. 43 



LIBUT. 



P 27 April 27 

4 May 14 

25 Mar. 33 

1 Aug. 25 
P 19 July 33 

2 Sept 34 

1 Aug. 10 

3 May 38 

2 June 35 
9 July 29 



GAPTAIIC. 



P 8 May 35 

1 June 38 

P 28 Dec. 38 

24 Apr. 39 

P 15 Dec. 40 

P31 Dec. 41 

30 May 34 

24 April 43 

6 June 43 

27 Aug. 43 



BBBV.-MAJ. 




(l»Uo«te( ht waa prcaral ■! ik* lit 

and Snd Minilti on 8w 1lr1»<la» 
(MTcrely woimScd), pawf of *• 
BMsMMk. the find iiiwiiiolfn 
btfert Bajoone. teltk of tbt NIv* 
(Mvcraly wouBdad), bloakad* «f 
Sayaana and rapnka oTtfia SBnlraa 
whlek day ha ancercdcd lo iba aaaa- 
mand of tha Mh DlTtsion. In Ji 
ISU, cmbarhad in 
Brigada, Ibr Aaarica i 
(ha IM'O Brifadaa Intaadcd la < 
Iba «oriu af PUnaburff, hot r». 
eelvrd ordera to raciiv, after havtnf 
fovead tha paw^ia af 
In Novanbar fbUotHa 
CoaunaDdeT'ln-Chlcf and Pi«vtaie«> 
al Oovenior a# the Upper Provlnacw 
wh4eh appalntaani ha held till iona 
1816. Sir Prcdericfc haa reaaftcd • 
Budal and t«ro ctaipa Ibr TlTfiwIa, 
baaiian, and tha Nlre. 

S Lienl-Col. Wrifhtwaaansvaly 

danferoiulj woonded al tfi« 

aflblr of Zorapora 

Sm ISCh Oct. IMS. 

4 M^or Bray 
ratla caanpalfni of 1817. 18, »nd 18^ 
waa prcemt at the 
• af 



4Mar.36 

1 April 36 

2 Dec. 36 

3 Feb. 37 
PlOMar.37 
P17 Nov. 37 
P 8 Dec. 37 

1 July 38 

23 Mar. 39 

24 Apr. 39 
13 Oct. 39 

19 Oct 30 
P 19 July 39 
P 14 Feb. 40 

18 May 40 

20 Oct 40 
P 15 Dee. 40 
P 11 June 41 

17 June 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
24 AprU 43 
5 June 43 . __^ „ ^ _. . 

POO n<i#i A^ A i iat uh ur. Waa a« beard Iba w. 
••^^ UeC. 49 ibrtimal* ship XeiU. which wbtmrt 
hi the Bay oTBlaeay, lit March, I8». 

• Capt. Weed and LI. Oray vara prcaml al Ibf af. 
f^r af Zurapora near Koraool en tha 18«h Oai. II 

6 Capt Stokea wrvcd thronthonl the Bi 

7 Captain Yann« waa al tha atoraaiht >■< aaptora tt 
Perta Cenenadad Iha Forlara Hape), 
Ownana, In India, hi 1807. Serrad 
acafaMt Napanl and tha Mahrattaa. 

8 Captain Dnnlbrd aarvcd at the caplnra af iha lala 
of Ptanea In 1818 1 hi Iha espadltian la Java te 1811 1 
raptwa of Kaady In 181ft i and in tha Kandyas rabei- 
Hon in 1817 and 18. 




P 22 Dec. 43 
Paymaeter.^<^. Augustus Dumford/ 13 Feb. 27 ; Ent. 28 June, 06; Lieui. 10 
Adyutant-^Lieut. William Munro, 28 Dec. 38. (;Man:h, 10; Capt. 13 Feb. 27. 
Quarter^Matter. — Jones Duke, 10 Jan. 37. 

5i0V.— Charles Hugh James, 24 Nov. 43 ; Aaist.-Surg. 5 Oct 32. 
2l«isf.-5iirpif.— James M'Oregor, 24 July, 34. 

Lodovick Charies Stewart, 8 June, 41 . 
Henry Armstrong, 17 June, 42. 
Faemgi Qreea^^AgemtM^ Messn. Cox k Co. 

t Sir PredarWk B ah t aw aravcd Sva yaan In tha Brat Bwiilian mr, *i tr^-^l »^ tha baMe af BasM N«ch, aaaaali am§ 
aaplaffa af Swoay Paint by the Aaerteana (weandad and hUun pitaMrX a^ balSa af Haw Landon, Snbar^neatfy al «hn 
captaia af MarHni^aa^ St. Lnaia, and Oaadalonpe, In I7M. tad^dli^ Sm alermliwaf Planr d*Bp6a and Iha Balttal* eT PaU 
■lat^ Jehwd the aivy vndar tha Dnka aT Wcllii«un, in ISIS, and waa piiiim at tha aclian ^ Oiwi. aad baMta af VU 
•arta. and covnuadad Iha Brts*da whiah aacHad Iha viUaft of Haiaaiia Mmo wttheM 8ffh« a ahal. la Jalff and Ammi 

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i&'iSr.SS.] iOth (77^ 2nd Somersetshire) Befft. of Foot {^^^^^SJ^ST 

Tbe SpMnx, with tM word '< EoTFT*' on the esps of the Flank Companiei. " Movtb Yiobo"— ** Rolbia." 

— •* VMMB»A*»-r«'TAXJkYB»A'»— " BaDAJOB"— " 8A LA If A HO A"—" VlTTOBXA"- " PTaBirBBS"— 

** NiF»i*B"— " Obthbs"— •* Toumusb"— " PairxHguiJL*'— •• Watb»m)o.» 

Cofjonel. 
9 Ifli Ar Alexander Woodford,! KCB. GCMG. Ent. 6 Dec. 94; Zi<m/. 15 

July, 86; Cop^ 11 Dec. 90; Capt, Sc LieuU-Cal. 8 Mar. 10; Co/. 4 June, 14; 

Mqjar-Qen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Co/. 40th Foot, 

25 April, 42. Lieut.'CoUmeU. 

Thomaa Valiant, KH.' En», p31 March, 04; Lieut, 21 June, 05 ; Capt. 9 21 

Aug. 17 ; McoffT, P24 Oct. 21 ; Lieut, -Col, P8 Oct 25 ; CoL 28 June, 38. 
Robert Brice Fearon, CB. Ens. June, 95; Lieut, 4 Sept. 95; Capt, 21 Apr. 04; 

Ifi^'or, P20 Dec. 10; Brevet-Lieut.-Col, 12 Aug. 19; EegtL-Lieut.-Col, P8 

May, 23; C^/. 10 Jan. 37. Mqjors. 

Q2ftGeorgeHibbert,CB. Ens, P25 Feb. 13; Zim^. 14 June, 16; Capt, p6 March, 

23 ; Mqjor, P 13 Nov. 35 ; Brevet'Lieut-Col, 23 Dec. 42. 
James Stopford, Ens, p 17 Sept. 25 ; Lieut, p 2 Not. 26 ; Capt, P 10 Sept. 30 ; 

Afq;or,Pll March, 42. 



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CAPTAIUfl. 

Fitzherbert Coddlngton 
Tho8. James Valiant .... 

John Gray' 

Joseph Boyer Oliver .... 
John MacDuff ..,,.... 
Henry Douglas Cowper . . 
Ferdinand White, CB. . . 
Fred. Wro. Smith ••«... 
John Martin Bladen Ncill 
Robert Norman ........ 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Boyce Mackenzie •.«,.. 
Hen. Furey Wakefield • . 
George Matthias White . . 

James Todd i . « • . 

Hen. Crickitt Tyler .... 
Thomas L. K. Nelson. , , . 
Wm. Augustus Fyers. . « , 
Henry Halkett ........ 

Alex. A. Nelson 

Rich. Olpherts 

John Dowman 

Edw. Hungerford Eagar* 

John W. Thomas 

Malcolm R. Laing Meason^ 
Robert Carey 

Jn.AnstrutherMacgowan^ 

Frederick Huey 

Philip Wm. Miller , 

Francis Brockman Moriey 
JohnCormick.. .. 
Richard Dawson 
Frederick Nelson 
Ensigns. 
Samuel Snelling. . 
Wm. Creagh O'Brien .... 

George E. Lane 

Alfred Walfred Woodward 
Fred. Montagu Hocklngs 
William Henry Hill . . 
John Jermyn Symonds 
Wm. Henry Queade 



f • 



BNSION. 



23 Dec. 42. 



P 17 Jan. 28 

P 17 Dec. 29 

4 May 26 

P 19 Sept 26 

26 June 27 
P 14 Dec. 32 

10 Nov. 31 

P24Dec. 32 

P 9 Jan. 35 

2 Sept 29 

26 June 27 
29 July 32 
19 April 33 

4 July 34 
P 1 May 35 

29 Jan. 36 
P20 May 36 
P 23 Mar. 38 
P 15 Mar. 39 
P21 June 39 
P21 Dec. 32 

16 July 41 
P 7 Sept 41 
p 26 Oct 41 

19 Nov. 41 
4 Mar. 42 
6 Mar. 42 

29 April 42 

27 May 42 
P 25 Oct 42 

14 April 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 

4 Capt. Naylor lerred at the capture of Log- 
bur, Koaree, Rjri^hur, and teveral small Hill 
Ports In 181S. Serred In the 8crwent Warree 
State, and was lererelj wounded in both legs ; 
(tbe right one badly ftactured)at the anault of 
Roree, ISth Peb. 1810. Served alto In the Bar- 
raesewarin 1825 and 1820; and at the capture 
of Kurrachee in Lower Sciodein 1830. 

6 Dr. MacAndrpw served at the siege of 
Plashing in 1800, and the campaigns of 1811, 18, 
9 June 43 ^ ^ ^'> ^^ the Peninsula. 

Paymiwfer.— Charles Scarlin Naylor,^ 8 May, 35; Ens, 1 Sept 12; Lievt, 25 
Adljutant.—T, L. K. Nelson, (Lieut,) 1 1 Mar. 42. [Dec. 15 ; Capt. 9 May, 34. 
QiMirfer-Afa^er.— Thomas Walter Hives, 25 Oct. 42. 

Surgemi.--ll^ John MacAndrew,^ M.D. 30 April, 29; Assist.-Surg. 15 Feb. 10; 
^wa^.-5ur^#.— Henry Mapleton, M.D. 12 July 39. [Hosp.^ Assist. 27 June, 09. 

Eneas Macintosh Macpherson, 21 Aug. 40. 

John Henry BrummeU, 18 June, 41. 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 

] Sir Alexander Woodford eerred in the peninsula, and has received a medal and two clasps for tbe battles 
of Salamanca, Tittoria, and the Nive. gerred also the campaign of 181S. and was present at Waterloo. 

8 Colonel Valiant served the campaign of 1805 and 1800 in Ouserat, Ea»l Indies ; also the campaiKO 
against tbe Seikh Chief Say, of Lahore, la 1800. While in command of the reserve force to the army of the 
Indus, in Peb. 1880, in concert with Rear^Admlral Sir P. Haitland the Naval Commi^nder-ln-Chief. 
look the Fort of If unora, on the high point of land at the mouth of the harbour of Kurrachee fv Scinde. 
and on the following day the Town and Portress of Kurrachee surrendered to them. Ha has served In all 
paits of Upper and Lower Sclnde, and at Quetta in AflJ^banlstan. 

Lleat. Bagar was severely wounded In Afl^hanistan in Sept. 1849. 

7 Lieut. Meason was wounded in action in Aflbhanistan in Aug. 1648. 



P22 Sept 25 

29 May 28 

31 Aug. 24 

P 16 Dec. 25 

10 Feb. 14 

P 20 July 30 

P 2 Nov. 26 

P 10 Sept 30 

P 22 Mar. 33 

P 7 Sept 26 

31 Mar. 14 
P17 Dec. 29 

13 June 30 
P 22 Feb. 31 
P 3 May 83 

25 Nov. 81 
P 17 Oct 34 
P29May 35 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P 2 Dec. 36 
P 28 Sept 30 
P 13 April 39 
7 June 39 
P21 June 39 

15 Nov. 39 
P21 Feb. 40 
p 5 June 40 
P 15 Dec 40 
P 5 Apr. 39 
P 27 Aug. 41 
P21 May 41 
Pll Mar. 42 

26 Oct 41 
P 19 Nov. 41 

27 May 42 

28 May 42 

20 May 42 

31 Mar. 43 

12 May 43 



LIBnT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P24 Dec. 32 
P 1 May 35 
P 12 Sept 34 
7 Nov. 36 
P 13 April 30 
p 4 Mar. 36 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P21 May 41 
P 1 1 Mar. 42 
25 Aug. 42 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



S Colonel Pearon'i services i 
—Campaign of 1706 and 7, In 
the West Indies, Inclndiog the 
stonaiog of the Tlgie (wound- 
ed in the knee by a bayonet) ; 
attack oo Home Portunte ; and 
surrender of St. Lucia. Cam- 
paign of 1700, in Holland, in- 
cluding the battles of the 10th 
Sept, Sod and 6th Oct. Cam- 
paign of 1800 on the coast of 
Prance nnd Spain. Expedition 
to Quiberon Bay. Attack on 
Perrol. Expedition to Ylgo and 
Cadis. Egyptian campaign of 
1807, including thesurrender of 
Alexandria; attacliand storm- 
ing of Boeetta. Campaign of 
1814 and 15, in Italy, indud- 
Ing the iurrenderof Naples and 
Genoa. Colonel Pearon com- 
manded the troops on board 
the unfortunate ship Kent, 
when she was burned in the 
bay of Biscay, 1st Uareh, ISSft. 



192f 



W 



YMUn'Senr. 



61 



Pall 
Pay. 



86 
20 

SO 



27 
22 
34 
29 
18 
10 
16 
13 
12 
9 

13 

13 

12 

11 

9 

8 

8 

7 

7 

6 

5 

5 

6 

4 

3 
3 
3 
2 

2 

2 

1 

30 

8 

L2 

30 

6 



Hull 

P«y. 





2ft 



4& 




24 




























2 



ft 





AUi{Th0 mMi) Reginmi of Foot 

"CAKOABAB, 184«.» 
On tkt Ootoan «ad Appotataente, th« PHnc« of IFafM** Plwme, with tU motto. •• AmII iuaam mmt. 

» 5tr Ralph DarHng,» GCH. JBru. 16 May, 1793; Xieirf. 2 Sept 06: Capi. 6 
8ept.96; Jf<yV>r,i»2Feb.l800; X^-Co/.l»17 Jiily,01; Co/.26JulylO; JITo/.^G^eii. 
4 June, 13 ; Lt.-Gen, 27 May, 26 j Gen. 23 Nor. 41 : Col. 41st, 26 Srot 37. 

Lieut.'CoUmeL—9 Sir Richard England,' KCB. KH., Bns. P26 Feb. 08 ; Lieut. 
1 June,09 ; Capt. p 11 June, 11 ; Mq}ar,PA Sept. 23; Lieut.-Col. P29 Oct. 26 : 
Col. 28 June, 38. ' 

Mqjots. — Gore Browne,* CB. Bm. 14 Jan. 24; Lieut. Pll July 28 • Cavt 
P 11 June, 29 ; Mqjor, P 19 Dec. 34 ; Brevet-Lieut.^Col. 23 Dec. 42. ' " 

9 Joseph Simmons,^ CB. 2nd Lieut. 16 April, 12; Lieut. 23 Dec 13; Caot^ 
18 Feb. 27 ; Mqfor, 22 Aug. 37; Brevet-Lieut. -Col. 2S Dec. 42. 



Captains. 

James Cochran * 

George Carpenter 

WillLim Dempster 

Perceval Brown ^ 

Isaac Blackbnme^ 

Eugene James Vaughan 

Robert Donaldson 

G. Sheaffe Montizambert* 
William Carden Seton . • 
Henry Law Maydwell . . 

LlBUTBlfANTS. 

Robert Butler 7 

Cbas. Finch M<Kenzie*.. 

Henry Downes 

Wm. H. H. Anderson . . 
Walter Lawrence, r. .... 

James Eman*. 

J. De Blaquiere^ 

Robert Pratt '• 

C. Anderson Morshead ' 

Anthony Sadlier^ 

Tho. M'Leod Farmer . . 
Henry Fletcher Marston** 
Chas. Timothy Tuckey *• 

John Madden ' 

Ensiohs. 
Alex. Jas. Sutherland • . 
Thomas Andrews Rawlins 
Archibald Armstrong . . 

WUliam Minchin 

Edwin Robert Wethered 
Thomas Clough Taylor . . 
Wlddrington Jacson 



BMSIQN. [ LIEUT. 



P17 Sept. 12 
1 Oct. 18 
9 Feb. 09 

26 Jan. 16 
P26May 26 

4 Nov. 26 
P 8 April 26 

11 April 31 
P 2 Mar. 32 

21 Aug. 36 

12 April 31 

27 Sept. 31 
P 8 June 32 

20 Sept. 33 
P 18 Dee. 36 

26 Mar. 36 
P90Sept.36 
P 16 June 37 

11 July 37 
P 17 Aug. 38 

7 June 39 

8 Mar. 39 
P 28 June 39 
P24 April 42 

16 Jan. 41 
P17 No?. 41 

20 Not. 41 
P29 Apr. 42 
P 6 Aug. 42 
p 30 Sept. 42 



CAPTAiy. I BRBV.-MAJ. 



26 Feb. 27 


23 Not. 41 


P29 0ct. 26 


28 June 38 


26 Feb. 28 


23 Not. 41 


18 Aug. 30 




P 12 Feb. 36 




24 Oct 41 




29 Mar. 42 




29 Sept. 42 




P22May 40 




PI6AprU42 






28 Dee. 16 
1 Mar. 20 

11 April 11 

31 Mar. 23 
P 19 July 27 
P 9 Not. 26 

18 Sept. 32 
Pll Jan. 33 
P22July 36 

28 Sept. 38 



P 26 Oct. 33 
28 May 34 

21 May 36 

28 Aug. 36 

22 Aug. 37 
16 Aug. 38 

29 Jan. 39 
P 27 June 30 
P 28 June 39 
P 30 Aug. 39 

P 8 Jan. 41 SyrlMB PmwU, oi#«M» «f 

8 Aug. 41 diiic,itpmlncilMUaielMil»ft«al«f 
2 Oct. 41 J«»wPM«da0j^toi4rftb. 

Hi/ XVOT. 41 MocUdclnfroBturibcDKOiir^vte. 
ComflMDdadCbc left wioff oi the 4\m Btft. la lU S«ld 
•«•<>>>< tli« Kolamporv a^|ah. Srrrtd alao wua IIm 
Brgt. dtuinff Ui0 eunpalitt of 1841 te AflhlHafaiM. Bfld 
eonnnaadcdmeoliniuiorattMklBUwaeiiao of ihsMlk 
April to tha Plihma T«ll«7t ptMrat alwla lb* ■iMi— 
anr C«wUh»r, at OoalM, aad btlte* OhwM«| 
oeeapAtloB aad daftractfoB of that hnrtmk af Qikal* 
expedition lato Ko t ih t i n , ilonB, cap««*, ntf d< 
tioo of IsUliff. Mid la Cta TarioiH ttlaar aAJn la 
thoBoUai 



•tormlaff lh« baigbis af Oiaira 1 
baia. ilonalaf of Behalar, 
Vara Bridf* aad Helghla. 
iac the Bidatioa, atoMBlaf Pttfta la 
Ehiiar, battle ot Nlvatla. batllaa of 
Cba NtTt,-M iha Kh Dae. Mpolaa 
of aa attack of Iha PrcoA lafroat 
of Bayoaac.— lOlh aad 11th Dea. ra- 
IMilia of attack oa tha Cbunn of 
Araancan.— ISth Ooa. drivfiv Urn 
rmuh back apaa Hm Uava of 
Bayonae. Sarrad with the 41aft 
thraotboat 



6 Jan. 43 
Paynut^er.—lf F. Dickson," 26 July, 27 ; Bm. 12 Mar. 12 ; LUui. 27 Jan. 14. 
Ae^utant. — Lieut. James £man, 20 Sept. 42. 
Quarter-Master.— nohen HarktT," 6 Jan. 32. 

5i/ry«m.—|»Wm. Mortimer Wilkins," 28 Dec. 36; itsffiff.-^Tiirj^. 22 June, 25 ; 
iltttte.--Sur^.— Arthur Charies Webster, 6 Apr. 38. [Hotp.-Astitt. 10 Jan. 14. 

Facings White.— Agents, Messra. Cox ft O^. 
[Returned from the Bast IndUs, 13 July, 1843.] 

I sir Balpb Oafll»rii«rTleM»-l» I7W. tha slaTta ia tha talaad of 0»«»«*^ •"'^'n'*** '•^ 

havlaff rvToltad aad laanlcnd tha Goranwr aad apwaidt cf forty of ihe priadpal l"l>*bltaats ba «raa aaq 

(tb« tMb) la aa*niB| the InMimctloa. la Jaa. 1797, Toluatrerrd oa tha axpcdUioa Maf^f'TtT^f!!^ * " Pf^ 
dattnwtlonof Iha Bpaatobiblpaofwaf.aadatthafarreadafartUUlaad. la July ITIS. pfoeacdad wift tha aa paiittaa 
tha Doteh artUawmt of SurioaBM aad waa €«ploy«d »« the arfaiif«»BU llw the «p»toda^^ 

that eeloay. la April IMU pracaadad »IUi tha opaditioa agalaat tha Daafah and Baadiih »^>^ «• ^Tfli 
Martla. aad SI. Baftbolanww, aad vat prtarai at Ihcir reductioa. Ia September ISOS, hU Icgt- (IM aiM) »•■ 
. r, ha mtc"^ »•'• ••^ employownl ( Pnadpal Aaatal. A^Jt. Ocaaral) aad took the lanBiiartaf It. lal 
ofaa Moarct la Siiaia, aad aaa pfvwnt duriaf the advaaee aad rctieat, the actioa at Laa«.Md battle of 

to 



vlibbia 




bU Bcgt- (Iht Slit) 
aeUre t*rtu r, ha imJch«1 bi« ttair rnipieynent i iTiacipai Aaaiac. aiv>> -Oeaefal) aad took the aanaMai 
Sir Jofaa Moarct la Siiaia, aad aaa prrwnt doriaf the advaaee aad retreat, the actioa at Lota, 
•ir which iMt be laaeiTcd a MadaL la July MM. waa appoloiad Dep^ Aigt.Geaeral tothe Fotaa ■■ 
the Bari af Cbathaav aad was preaeai at tha ■lege aad forreader of Phiihlac. Oa Iha rttara af tha aapaditlan ho 

hfattaSrappolatBMBlattbaBoraeGaarda. ...*_... ^^ 

S HiaielMidBailaadMrTedatthcilctcaadeapbmofnaahlBf lalSOSi inbaeqaeaayatTariteaada 

Ad)««wt.O«Mral wlib «M amy la Skfly la 1810. Boiployad i« all ihe operaaoaa oT tha C;^*^ JPJJJf *. ia4i -.- « 
of ««e Cape of Ooud Ho|W ia 18U aad M. Conmaaded a dirldoa of ihe aiaay la Sctado aad la Afl^jbaahiaa la 1S41 Mid «^ 
aad oaa rented In MTcral aflkin witb tha eaaaiy ia the adraaee by Ihe Bonbay eolwaa. aad la Ita totm 
S LUrCoLBiowae iiunwaaii il the 41a darii« the whole of the ewopalfa of ISil la Afltrbaaiaiaa, aad 
with the ««my oa SS March aad IS April la Ihe PIrfirca Valley t In that of the » May i 



oa Ihe ilaff of ifea 




at Saa 

of ^Tlfhivlai 



eheekii«lhc Frtawboa the 
with tha Baar-Ovatd, 



Madrid, cvtthir off thrlr 
Sith 



aal drtefiv tha Preach brt» 



y?aa'S0nr. 



65 



8t. Andrmo.^'Nemo me imimas !«»«»«."— The Sphinx, witb the wowU "BOYPT"— 
'•OORFIfNA*— •*FUENTB8 B'ONOR"— " PYRENEES'*— « NIVELLB"— "KITE" 
OHTHBS"— "TOULOUSE"— « PENINSULA "—^^ WATERLOO." 

ColoneL • 
a Right Hon. Sir George Murray/ GCB.GCH. JBVu. 12 March, 1789: Lieui. 
* Cfl»* 16 Jan. 94 ; Capt. J- Lt.-CoL 6 Aug. 99 ; Col. 9 March, 1809 -, Mt^ar- 
Gen. 1 Jan. 12 i Ueui.'Gm. 27 May, 26 i Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Coh 42nd fl 

Sept. 23. 
iiett*.Cb/oneZ.— Duncan Alex. Cameron, ^fU. 8 April, 26 j Xi«i^. p 16 Ang. 26 ; 

Copt, P21 June, 33 j Mc^wr, p23 Aug. 39 j Lteut.-CoU p6 Sept. 43. 
Mqjars.—9 James MacdougaU,> iSfecoiu2 Xt<u^. 11 June, 12; Zieu*. 8 Sept 13; 

Copt. P 10 Sept. 26 ; Mqjor, 23 Oct 36 ; Brevet-Lieut.- Coh 1 Not. 42. 
Charles Dunsmure, Ent, 9 Apr. 26; Lieut, p 7 Not. 26 ; Capt. p 30 Jan. 36 ; 

Mq§or, P 6 Sept 43. ' 



Full 
Pay. 



19 
31 

19 



Half 
Pay. 




1* 



31 

18 

19 

30 

18 

14 

12 

13 

12 

12 

12 

11 

11 
9 
7 
7 

9 
6 
6 
6 
9 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 



2A 

















o 
o 
o 



o 
o 










3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





12 





7 





4 





18 





6 





2 






Captains. 

Daniel Prazer 

William Guthrie 

Geo. Burrell Cumberland 

Wm. Beales 

Thomas TuUoch 

JohnCameronMacpherson 
Eton, Robert Bollo, #. 
Lord Cha. Lennox Kerr,« 
Alexander Cameron . . 

Thomas Klnlock 

Hen. Maurice Drummond 
Charles Murray 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

AthoU W. Macdonald 
G. W. Macquarie .... 
Arch. Colin Campbell 

James Hunter, r 

John Grant 

Farquhar Campbell . . 
H. Sholto Douglas. . . . 
Tho. Rob. Drummond Hay 
Gilliam Maclaine Ross . 
Robert BUgh Sinclair . 
Augustus Faterson • . . 
Thomas Hugh Cockbum 

Andrew Fitcaim 

Alexander Ramsay . . . 
John Walter Wedderbum 

Ensigns. 
Hon. G. Hen. Essex Grant 
John Osborne Bamett 
Ernest F. G. Clavering 
James Maclachlan . . . 
Archd. Macra Chisholm.. 
Gilbert Innes Menzies 
Alexander Bethune . . 
Erskine N. Sandilands 
Sam.Dottglas Abercromby 
Charles Fraser 



BNSION. 



LIBUT. 



31 Oct 11 
P 22 Apr. 26 

11 Apr. 26 

24 June 13 
P 26 June 26 
P 10 Sept 30 
P 10 Aug. 32 
P 6 Apr. 31 

24 Feb. 32 
P 14 Sept 32 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 21 June 33 



13 June 16 
P 20 Mar. 27 
31 Dec. 28 
13 Dec. 21 
23 Oct 28 
P21 June 33 



CAPTAIN. 



P 6 Not. 26 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 30 Mar. 38 
12 Aug. 36 
P 12 July 33 
P 6 Mar. 40 



P26Sept36 P 6 Not. 41 
P 2 May 34 p16Not. 41 
P 30 Jan. 36 16 Apr. 42 
P 24 Feb. 37 p 16 Apr. 42 
P 16 Dec. 37 P 3 June 42 



P 9 Aug. 33 
P 26 Sept 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P17 Not. 37 
PdO Oct 36 
P 30 Not. 38 
P31 May 39 
? 2 Aug. 39 
8 May 36 
P27 Sept 39 
P 10 Jan. 40 
P 6 Mar. 40 
P16 May 40 
P 16 May 40 
P 26 Oct 41 

P 6 Not. 41 
P16N0T. 41 
P 16 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

17 Apr. 42 

18 Apr. 42 

20 May 42 

21 May 42 
3 June 42 



PdO Mar. 38 

P 24 Apr. 38 

P 31 May 39 

P 23 Aug. 39 

P27 Sept 39 

P 28 Not. 37 

P16 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 

P 6 Sept 43 



P 6 Sept 43 



BBBT.-MAJ. 



28 June 33 



1 Sir Gwrge Munay lervad 
the Campaign in Flanden la 
170S and 114; was wounded in 
Holland in 90; took part in tfaa 
differant battles, fce. in £f ypt 
in 01, and seeompanJed tlie ex- 
pedition to Copenhagen in 07. 
Sir George lias received across 
and fire clasps for Coninna, 
Talavera, Bussco, Fuentes 
d'Onor, Vlttoria, Pyreenes, Nl- 
▼elle, Orthes, and Tonlouse. 

S Lt.-Col. Ifacdougall senred 
the campaigns of 1818 and I4» 
in the Peninsula, including the 
sfHtir of San Marcial ; battle* 
of NiveUe, NiTS, 0th, 10th, 
nth, 18th, and ISth Dec, 
Orthes, and Toutonsa. 



4 Sept 43 
Paynuu^.— J. Wheatley , 1 2 Oct 38 ; Ens. kA 4ft. 20 July, 32 ; Lieut. 3 Apr. 36. 
Acfjutant. — Lieut. A. C. Campbell, 31 March, 43. 
Quarter-Master.— 9SSi Edward Patou, 19 June, 40. 

Surgeon.— JsjneB McGregor, M.D., 26 Feb. 41; Assist.-Surg. 12 April, 26; 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Charles Dawson, 11 Jan. 30. lHosp.-Assist. 6 Jan.' 26. 

William Mure Muir, M.D., 22 Not. 42. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

ft M^ior Coduran lenrMl tti* esmpalgai or 18iS-U in Caaada, tnelndtiif the actloo at Moravian Town. Abo the eampalfo 
of I8t4-A In Ava, ineludinf tha eapture of Ranfoon and Maittban, Biflso and eaptore of Dcnobiu, Iwttlea of Pramc and 
Pagahm Mew. Serred the esmpaljcn of lS4t in Afl^haaiitaa, and eonnnsDdcd a eolomn of attack in the aetiao of the ISth 
April In the Piihacn Tallej i present alio in the actions near Candahar, at Ooaine, and before Ghnaaee i oeeopatian and 
4citnictIon of that tortrcei and of CabuL BapedltloB into Kohlitan. norm, enpCnie. and destraetlon of Iilaliff, and tat the 
BBineroas minor aflUrs in and between tlie Bolan and the Khyber PasMt. 

• Captain Brown Mnrcd the canpaifm of 18M-ft in ATa. 

7 Capk Blackbame. Lta. Batler. Blaqulcrc. a 8adUer,~4he eane wrrice as detailed tai Note S. eaeepi 19 May near Csadaher. 

B Gapt. MoaUsambert senred in the eampaign of I84S faa Aflkhanistan, and was present in tiie aetlons of Ooaine and before 
Ohatncr, occvpation and destmetlon or that fortress and oT Cabul. EJpeditioB into Koldstaa, stoni, captare and destroy 
ttoa ef IstalUr, and in the variotts minor alDUrs In and between the Bolan and the Khyber Passeo. 

9 Lleats. M'Kensic, Eman, Moonbead, and Madden,— the sane senriee as Lt.-CoL Browne, detailed in Note 9. 

10 JJentt. Pratt, Marston, and Taofcej.— the same as Note >, eseept the aetiao oT ttie tSth March. 

11 PaymaMer Diekjon serred in tiie Peninsula A<om April 1813 to the close of that war. and was present at the seeood tfcge 
of 'nuTafoaa, action at Ofdal, and Investment or Barcelona. Senred tbroafhoot the wIm^c oT the Bonnesa war. Also 
in AOIihinislan In 1841 and 4Z, and has received a Medal ror the latter. 

li Mr. Witkina serred the eampaicn oT 1814 In the Prnlnsula. Service In Ankbanlstan the same as in Note >. 
IS Qnartennaster Barker served with the Snd in Sclnde in 1843, and was present at the battle oT Mccance. 'surrender oT 
Hydnbad. apd baule of Dubba. 198 



BfT.iJont 



amX^nii MimmmOuhire) lUgt. of Foi^. [S^Li 

{Light Infantry.) 

VIMIERA '»— " CORUNNA "— " BUSACO"— « FUENTBS D'OrTOR"— "CIUDAD 
RODRIGO "— « BADAJOZ "— " SALAMANCA "— " VITTORIA »'— « NIVBLLB"— 

« NIVE"— « TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 

CoUmeU 
9 John, Lord Kcane,' GCB. OCH. Ent, 1798; Zie«/.20 April,03; CopMd 
Nov.94; Mqjor,^! MBy,1802; Zieu^.- Co/. 20 Aug, 03 ; CoL 1 Jao. 18; ilfq;or- 
{?<fn.4June,14; Xteu^.-C7en.22 July, 30; Ca2. 4drd Light Infiuitry,! Aug. 30. 

2<itfMf.-Co2(meZ. 
Wi James Forlong,* KH. £itf. Pll Mar. 13; Lieut. PS2 Dec 14; Capt. ^90 

Sept. 21 ; Mfuor, p 1 July, 28; Lieut.-CoL 7 May, 41. 
Af<{/or«.— 9 WUUam FraseV -^'u* 8 April, 13; Lieut. 19 Jan. 14; Capt, 

P9 Dec 24; Brevet'Mqjor, 28 June, 38; Afq/or, 7 May, 41. 
WUbraham Egerton, Ent. p 4 Not. 24 ; Xieuf. Pll July, 26; Capt. p 1 July, 28 ; 
Brevet'Mqfor, 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqjor , p25 Aug. 43. 
r-T" 



k'ean 


•Senr. 


^1 


Full 


Hair 


Pay. 


Pay. 


31 


A 


28 


8A 


20 





31 





19 





18 





18 





15 





10 





10 





23 






9 
9 

9 
8 
6 
7 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
33 
3 
14 
21 
9 
3 
































lOA 






Captains. 
Chaa. Ravenhill Wright* 

Henry Braere 

Qeorge Talbot, # 

Johnson Ford 

John Meade 

John Chidley Coote .... 

Henry Skipwith 

Charles Fred. Havelock'* 
Hn. T.G. Cholmondeley, s. 
Robert Lambert 

LlBUTBNAHT». 

tf^n.C. Hugh Lhidsay ,c{.<uf . 
Albert Sadleir Bruerc . . 
Owen Arth. Ormsby Gore 
James M. Primrose, d.pm 
Han. P. Egerton Herbert 
C. W. O. Lard Tullamore 
Dawson Cornelius Greene 
Henry Ayshford Sanford 
Henry Parry Denniss . . 
Fred. Sadleir Bniere. . . . 
Walter John Paul 

BH8ION8. 

James Abercromby Dick 
Richard Henry Weyland 
Frm. Hutchinson Synge . . 

James Wasp 

WUIiam Howard 

Granville Levison Proby 

Graham Colvile 

FrederickGreenWilkinson 
Geo. Fred. Arthur Walker 
John Forster 



ENSIGN. 



25 Dec. 13 
P 1 Sept. 25 
2 Feb. 20 
P 7 Sept. 26 
P 15 May 29 
P 4 July 34 
P24 0ct. 34 
P 13 Dec. 21 
P 3 Apr. 35 
P 1 May 35 



P 6 June 35 
P21 Oct 36 
P 20 Nov. 38 

6 Jan. 37 
17 Jan. 40 

P15 May 40 
P 3 July 40 

7 Aug. 40 
P21 Aug. 40 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 16 Feb. 41 

P 1 June 41 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 

27 Aug. 41 
P 14 Jan. 42 
P28 Feb. 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P 27 Dec. 42 

27 Jan. 43 



LIBUT. I CAPTAIN. 



P 26 July 21 
P 19 Feb. 28 
P 9 Sept. 28 
P25 June29 
P22 Aug. 34 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P25Jan. 39 
7 May 27 
P 31 Dec. 39 
P 15 May 40 

P 3 July 40 
P21 Aug. 40 
P 16 Feb. 41 
7 May 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 31 Dec. 41 
P 14 Jan. 42 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P 27 Dec. 42 
P21 July 43 
P25 Aug. 43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



Pll July 26 
P 8 Apr. 34 
P 3 Apr. 35 
P 21 Oct. 36 
Pll Sept. 40 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 5 Aug. 42 
12 Dec. 39 
P21 July 43 
P25Attg 43 

4 Mi^or FrM«r was Mrerdy 
wounded •% tk« battle of tk« 
Nive. 

A M^Jor Wright Mfrod la 
the Amorlcan war. 

5« Captain Ucveloek Mrrod 
wUh tlie lOlh laneen at tlM 
tleffe of Bhurtport. 

Pajrmaatcr Hood wrrod tha 
campaign of 1814, In the Pra- 
insula. PrcMnl in thm actaek 
on New Orleant,8th Jan. 1815. 

7 Mr. Millar serred th« cam- 
paigni or 181S and 14, in Urn 
Peninrala, and th« azpodlUoo 
to New Orleans. 



8 Quarter-llaeter Rand's •enrleet:— batthw of 
Vimiera and Corunna. Expedition to Walehe> 
ren 1809. Peninsular campaigns firora 1811 to 
the end of the war, including the stage and 
storming of Bad^foi (sermvlj wonnded at tba 
assault) ; batUee of Salamanca and Vittoria ; 
attack on the heights of Vera; battles of Nl- 
velle, Nive, and Toulouse. Battle iu front of 
New Orleans^ 8th Jan. 1816. 



P25 Aug. 43 
Paymajfrn-— yOeorgeUood,* 250ct28; Ent. P21 Feb.ll; Lieui. P88May,12. 
Atffutani.^Ens. James Wasp, 7 Sept. 41. 
Quarter-Master.--^ Samuel Rand," 8 Oct 30. 

SurgeanM.—9 John Millar,^ 5 Nov. 29 ; A .-Surg. 8 Feb. 21 ; H.-Attiit. 24 May, 13. 
AstiMtant-Suryeafu. — George N. Foaker, 1 May, 35. 

Christopher Thompson, M.B. 20 Aug. 41. 
Facings White. — Agents, Charles Uopkinson, £sq. 
Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane Sc Co. 

1 Lord Kmb« srrrfd the SffypcUD campAlga of IWI. m AMr dv-«amp to th« Bm-1 of Cftraa. Coaia 
ftawac St the csytm* oT Martmlquc In ISOS. Jotned the Dakc of WeUtagton*S tumy at MadrM, to ISII, 
strlj appolatcd to eoounand a briffsde In the 3d diriskm, la which corps be tenrcd uatil the md of the wmr with Fr 
1 1»U. and WM ptcecnt at the batilcft U Vittoria, Pjtrwf, NiTelle, near Bayuonr, and Orthei i aeiloa at Vie Bigom, 
itUr of Toulouar, and tcvrral minor aSkln. In Ang. 1814, appointed to cooEunaad a corpa orderod fara pntttenlar miiIk | 
id on arrlral at Jamaiea. heme senior oflteer, aMomed the conuund of the amy de«tln«<l to eo*operBle wish Vlee-Adaliai 
Hun. Sir Aloa. Cochrane, tor the attack on New OrlcvM and the Piorloce of Loulalana. On the Moral ^ of the tSA 

that alfht, with only 1,800 twyonett on shore, repulwd a 
TCMCb OB their Banlu Buperatded oa the IMi hy the 




ce. effected a Undine within nine miles of New Orlenua. 
ikMu attack of a,000 of the i ms n iy, amUted by thtco Ui|e 



oa the 



10 the Sd 



yin the 



rival of Majoe-tieneral Sir Idw. Pacheciham, who took the wmrnianrt of the army. Appointed, 

ritade. and «aa prment at the aflhin of the ttth Doc and lit i«ny. as alao at the aasnult auide on 

lea on (ho mornlnf of the 8<h Jany. IBlb, when he was aererely wounded In two plaeea. Command id the 

M. durittf the caspnlgn In AStfianlitan and Beloochletan, and waa prceoni at the aaaaalt and enpeare of < 

ne orrvicea he waa ralwd to the peerage la Dec I8». Uls Lordahlp haa wo tl t e A the IfypClaa wedrt. and a 

• clasp* lot Martinique, Vlltorta. Pyrcaeos. Nivclle. Oithes, and Toolonse. 

• Liout -Col. Horlonf icrred the eampalfni of 1818 ai>d 14, In Germany and Holland, Indtidinf Iha 
ttont at Meriaia, bombardment of Antwerp^ and storming of Bergen-op-Zoiom. Served aleo tbe MT'i^fn 

1815, and tras seveialj wouadsd at Quatre-Bras,-Hrlfbt collar boat frsctnrsd and ball lodged la & 
{^breast. IN 



"SoSUST*] 4Ath ( The East Estex) Begiateut of Foot. 



195 



Yean' Sen. 


51 


Pull 
Pay. 


Half 
Pay. 


37 


1ft 


19 





10 





83 


8 


31 





19 
18 
14 


13ft 



11 





17 
4 





7 





5 





10 





9 





7 





4 





4 





5 





4 
3 






3 





3 





4 





3 





2 





9 





2 





2 





1 





1 




















30 





6 





1 





18 





7 






Tlw BMna,il\\h the worda, " EGYPT"—" BADAJOZ"— " SALAMANCA"—^' PENIICBULA"— 

" BLADENSBURO"— " WATERLOO"—" AVA." 
CoUmeU 
Hon. Sir Patrick Stuart, GCMQ. Comet k Sub-Lieut, 26 Sept. 93; Lieut. 
6 June, 94; Capt. 12 April, 96; Mqjor, 1 Feb. 03; Lieut.-Col. 25 Sept. 06 ; 
C0<. 4 June, 14; Mqjor-Qtn. 19 July, 21; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37: Col. 
44th Regt. 7 April, 43. 

Lieut.' Colonel. 
9 John Shelton,* JBm. 21 Not. 05; Lieut. 26 Aug. 07; Capt. 17 June, 13 • 
Mqjor, 6 Feb. 25 ; Lieut.-Col. 6 Sept. 27 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41. 

Mqjors. 
Hon. Augustus Almoric Spencer, Em. 8 Apr. 25 ; Lieut. P 6 July, 27 ; Capt. 

P 6 Apr. 31 ; Mtyor, p 21 July, 43. ^ » /- 

Augustus Halifax Ferryman, Ens. P27 June, 34; Lieut. 30 June, 37 ; Capt. 
P16 AprU, 41 ; Mqjor, P22 Dec. 43. 



Captains. 



James Johnston' 

Alured Wm. Gray* .... 
Edward Woolhouse .... 
Charles Ernest Turner* . . 

William Evans* 

QeoTge Browne 

Nathan Smith Gardiner' 
Wm. Campbell Mollan . . 
George Francis Stuart . . 
John Harvey 

LlBUTENANTS. 

J.Chilton Lambton Carterl 

Wm. MacMahon 

RobertKipUng 

Frederick Haclcett 

Richard Robert Fulton . . 
Cha. H. Montresor Smith 
Henry Jeflf^eys White .. 

Arthur Cary 

Hugh Hanson John Massy 

John Olans MoUer 

Robert Feilden 

John Allen Lloyd Philipps 

John Robinson • 

Ensigns. 

John Bradley • • . . 

Astley Greene 

John Le Marchaht Carey 

Edward Walter 

Henry Aylmer Porter . . 

William Faussett 

John Stanley Howard . . 
William Hanmer 



BN8IQN. 

3 Dec. 03 

2 Feb. 13 

P 5 Oct. 15 

17 May 13 

29 June 30 
P 31 Dec. 33 
P 23 July 25 
P 10 Jan. 40 
p 23 June 37 
P 5 Jan. 39 

28 Mar. 34 
P 6 Nov. 35 

30 June 37 
P 12 June 40 
P 18 Dec. 40 

15 Mar. 39 
P 18 Dec. 40 

19 Feb. 41 
P 2 AprU 41 

18 June 41 
P 20 Nov. 40 
P 31 Dec. 41 

26 Oct. 42 

24 Sept. 41 
24 Oct. 42 

27 Oct. 42 
P 4 Feb. 43 
P30May 43 

7 July 43 
p 13 Oct. 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



5 Aug. 04 

23 Mar. 19 

P 26 June 17 

12 Oct. 15 

23 Oct. 33 

P 14 July 37 

18 July 34 

P 2 AprU 41 

P 5 Apr. 39 

P 16 April 41 

P 23 Sept 36 
28 Feb. 40 
11 Sept. 40 

4 Nov. 41 

5 Nov. 41 

6 Jan. 41 
14 Oct. 42 
14 Oct. 42 

Pll Nov. 42 

P 3 Feb. 43 

18 Nov. 42 

P 29 Sept. 43 

p 22 Dec. 43 



BRgy.-MAJ. 

22 July 30 



7 Mar. 11 

14 June 39 

14 Nov. 41 

14 Oct. 42 

14 Oct. 42 

8 AprU 42 

P 26 Jan. 41 

P 13 Oct. 43 

P 12 May 43 

P22Dec. 43 



6 Captain Gardiner Mrved 
with the 82nd throughout the 
operations la Scinde under Sir 
Charlet Napier, and was present 
at the battle of Meanee, lur- 
render of Hydrabad, and battle 
of Dubba. 

7 Mr. Row eenred In the 18Ui 
Lancer* the campaign In Aff- 
ghanlatan under Lord Keane, 
and waa present at the capture 
of Ohuante, tor which be haa 
received a MedaL 



P 22 Dec. 43 
Paymaster.— John MacKeniie Kennedy, 30 Oct. 28 ; Ens. 24 Feb. 14 ; Zf. p 
Adijutara.— Lieut. Charles Henry Montresor Smith, 12 Dec. 43. [Feb. 23. 

Quarter'Master.—ThomAM Walsh, 27 Oct. 43. 
Surgeon. — Murdoch John Madaine Ross,^ 8 Feb. 42 ', Assist.'Surg. 15 Feb. 27 ; 

Hosp^Assist. 28 Sept. 26. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — ^Thomas Bartlett, 4 Aug. 37. 

Facings YeUow. — Agents, Messrs Cox & Co. 
IRetumedfrom Bengal, May 1843.] 

1 Colonel Shelton landed at Mondego Bay in the beginning of Aug. 180a, and waa preeeat at the baltlea 
of Kolela, Ylmlera, and Corunna. Served aleo on the Walcheren expedition and at the capture of Flushing 
In 1600. Subeequentlj In the Peninsula, including the siege and capture of BadeJos, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid, retreat from Burgoa, battle of Viitorla, siege and capture of San SebasUan where be waa 
severely wounded and lost an arm. Campaign of 1814 in Canada. Subsequently he served for twenty-one 
years In the East Indlea, and was employed in the campidgn In Ava and taking of Arracan. Served as 
second In command throughout the dlsastroua operations hi Aflkrhanistan under M^jor-Oen. Elphinstone. 

S Ili0or Johnston served at the taking of M adeim in 1807 ; capture of Ouadaloupe and dependendee, St. 
Martins, and St. Eustatius In 1810; also one campaign against the Bunnese. 

9 Cnpt. Ony served In the actions of Jeetghur Srd Jan. 1815, and Jubbulpore 19th Dee. 1817 ; and the 
«Mw»P^ jn of 18S9 in Arracan. 

4 Oaptatn Turner served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including attack on Merxem and Bergen-op-Zoom. 

ft Ceptaln Evans was severely wounded in action on the 4th Mot. 1841, during the insurrection at Cabul; 
and in consequence remained a prisoner in the hands of the Aff^hans when the British force under U^r 
Oenend Elphinstone evacuated the intrenched camp. 



1 



196 



ASth (The NottinghamtMre) BegL oj Foot. r^JSH'^^pS?!!^'] 



• Bo&siA**— "TixinA"— **Tax.atbbJ^— ** Busaoo"— " Pvbvtbs B'Oiroft'*— **Ciudai> BoftUAO't^ 
"Badajoi"— •• Sajlamaitca*— •« VrrroMA"— •* Pr««iii«8'*— " Nitxllb"^** OsniMf^— 

•• TouiouiB**—" PBHinnuk"— '• Ata." 



Twn'8«rv. 



57 



Pull 
Pay. 



96 
89 

SO 



16 

16 

11 

11 

19 

16 

23 

18 

6 

8 

9 

18 

10 
13 
10 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
3 
8 
8 

8 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
1 
1 

10 
6 
6 

16 
8 
8 



Hair 
Pay. 



i 










^ 





1 





























CoUmeh 
5ir FltiBoyJeffHesGEafton Maclean/ £t. .&>u. 24 Sept. 1787; Lt, 19 June, 88; 

Cajft. 15 July, 93 ; Lieut.-Col. 18 Not. 05 ; Col. 85 Sept. 1 803 ; Mqj.- Gen, 25 

July, 10; Lieut.'Gen, 4 June. 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 45th Regt.30 Dec 40. 
Lteui.'CoUm^.—^ Edw. French Boys,* JEru, i»17 Not. 08 ; Xf. 3 Apr. 10; Capt, 

P8 June 15 ; Mqfor, 3 Feb. 29; Lieut.-Col, 21 June, 32. 
Mq^ori.—-Wm. Henry Butler* .fi!n«. 10 Aug. 15; Lieut, 9 Kot. 18; Capt. 

5 Apr. 31 ; Mtyer, 1 Not. 40. 
Archibald Brskme, Ens. p24 June 84; Lieut. 16 Sept. 26; Capt.PlQ Nor. 38; 

Jf<BFgr,P22Jnly,42. 



Captains. 



• • . 



• • • • 



Henry Cooper 

Charles Hind 

Hallam D'Arcy Kyle 
Arthur Hyde Lucas 
Francis Percy Nott 

Wm. R. Preston 

John Butler Wheatstone 

ChMrles Seagram 

Henry John Shaw 

Charles Simeon 

ArthvrWellealey Williams 
Richard Lewis .. 



. • • • 



BN8ION. 



Libutbhants. 
Donald Wm. Tench 
Jocelyn Ing. Oakley, r.. . 

Robert Bates 

O. A. L. Blenkinaopp • . 

Wm.8mith* 

Henry Thomas YiaUs . . 
Henry Woodbine Parish 
James Butler Fellowes . . 
Stephen B. Gordon • • • . 
Robert J. Garden ...... 

Wm. Calmes Armstrong 
WyndhamEdmund Bewes 

Edmund Boys 

G«orge Wm. Morris .... 
ffon. A. Wm. Chichester 

Bhsiovs. 
Geo. A. Crooks Klppen • . 

Robert Miller 

Rob. A. F. GraTCS Colleton 

James M'Crea 

Rob. Beckford Johnstone 

Henry Leach 

Lawrence Trent Care . . 
Joseph GostUng Egginton 
Courtney P. T. Staeey 



P26Feb. 29 
P 8 Oct. 29 
P 12 July 33 
P 8 Mar. 33 

23 June 26 

P 24 Sept. 29 

1 May 21 

22 June 26 
P23Mar. 38 
P13May 36 
P 24 July 36 
P 28 July 25 

31 July 28 
P 26 Apr. 31 

6 June 34 
P 4Sept.35 

26 June 38 
P26Dec. 38 
P 9 Mar. 39 
P 31 May 39 

7 June 89 
21 June 39 

P 6Sept. 89 

19 June 40 

8 Jan. 41 
P 16 Apr. 42 

never 

20 May 42 

21 May 42 

22 May 42 

23 May 42 

27 May 42 
P22July 42 
P23Ju]y 42 
P80 8ept.42 
P28Jnly 43 

12 Sept. 43 



I«IBUT. 



6 Apr. 31 

7 Feb. 34 
P 23 June 37 
Pll Dec. 36 

10 May 26 
P22 Feb. 33 

31 Mar. 36 

6 Mar. 31 

P 7 June 39 

P 18 May 38 

P 1 Dec. 37 

30 Oct. 28 

P 2 Dec 31 
P20 Feb. 35 
P25Dec. 38 
P31 May 39 
13 June 40 
20 Not. 40 

15 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 
16 Apr. 42 

PlOApr. 42 
P 1 July 42 
P22Jnly 42 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P 88 July 43 
June 41 



CAPTAIN. BRBT.-VAJ. 



p 13 Not. 36 
P82 Feb. 88 
P24May89 
P 12 June 40 

1 Not. 40 
P 18 Oct. 89 
16 Not. 41 
P 15 Apr. 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 22 July 42 
P22Juiy 42 

8 Oct. 41 



6 LlMt. Smith tervsd In the 
Bonaeie war. 



IWm. Dawson 

P^^nuuevr.— <3eorgePottEnkhie,3NoT.48; Em. Pll Ju]y,84; Lt.9l Mar.80. 
Aiyutant.^Lieut. Wm.&mm, 18 Mar. 40. 

Quarter-Matter^-'Bdwin Walters, 13 Dec. 39 ; En$. 81 May, 39. 
Smipeon.— -Duncan Mendea, 24 June, 42; A.-S. 89 Jnly^ 30; H.-A. I Nor. tV. 
Atiist.*Surgetmt. — Charles Bush Heam^ 16 April, 48. 

TbonMM Best, 88 AprU, 42. 
Faelmgi Qnm.^^Agemii, Messrs. Cox ft Co. — Irith A^enU, ^Ir B. R. BoroBgh, Bmrt* 

Annit k Co. 

PTCMBt at the t«4aetioa of 










1 flif V. Mackan scrrad wumj yaan In th« Wart Indtaa, aad 
lilaoda. Ice. Ice. Ha has reeaiTad a aadal tor Onailalnupa. 

9 Llairt.-OeL Boya •"^f^ 1b thellMlnawla from 1809 to 18ll» aad acaia from 1818 to tha cad of Um 
laelodlnf tha aetloD at Sahofal, aad hattles of Fnastaa d*Onor (wonndadX Orthai, 
(womM). Sorrad also te tha 



4 Midor Batlar aarrad with tha TSfd Saft. la thaKaadiaaeaBMlfoaof 1817 aad 1818, iaiafloffof Oaylaa, 
i«ar Bir Bahart Wnm mri n* aad In tha 46(h Baft, la ladla aad tha Banaaa aaiplfa, aadar Sir ArshlbaM 



fcl^^^CiM 4k6th {The South Devans/ure)Rt. of Foot. [f^'^JrirK"*** 

« DOMINICA." 
ColaneL 
John, Earl of Stair,> Ent. 28 Feb. 1790 ; Lieut. 80 April, 02; Capt. 26 April, 
93; Lieut.- Col. 6 Dec. 98 ; Col. 26 April, 1808; Mtyor-Oen. 4 June, 11 ; 
Lieut. 'Oen. 19 July, 21 : Gen. 28 Jane, 38; Co2.46th Regiment, 31 May, 43. 

Lieut.- Colonel. 
Andrew Clarke,^ KH. Sne. 22 Aug. 06 ; Lieut. 29 July, 08 ; Capt. P 4 Feb. 13 ; 
itf4;or,P 16 Dec. 26; Brevet-Lieut. -Col. 28 June, 38; Lieut.'Col. p11 Oct. 39. 

M(\J0T8. 

P Robert Garrett,' KH. Ena. p 6 March, 11 ; Lieut. 3 Sept 12 ; Capt. P 7 July^ 
14 ; Mqjm; p 19 Sept. 26; Brevet-Lieut.- Col. 23 Nov. 41. 

9 John Maclean,^ Ens. 2 May, 11; Lieut. 10 Dec. 12; Capt. 26 Dec 30; 
Mqfor, P 12 April, 89. 



Yran' 8«rr. 


64 


Full 


U«lr 


Pkj. 


Pmj. 


38 





18 


14tf 


28 


^ 


36 


3H 


28 





26 





20 





16 





22 





24 


A 


16 











9 





18 





18 





7 





10 





8 





6 





4 





4 





6 





3 





3 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





6 





2 





14 





18 





9 





1 






Captains. 

Robert Martin^ 

Donald Stuart^ 

Robert Campbell' 

Charles W. Zuhloke .... 
Wm. Thomas Bremner . . 

William ChUd 

James Richardson 

William Peacock 

Arthur Geoi^ Vesey . . 
Alexander Maxwell .... 

LiBtTTBNANTB. 

Wm. James Yonge 

Wm. Lacy, d.pm 

Eustace J. D. Mofiatt . . 
Wm. Henry OToole .... 

David FylFe 

Arthur Wombwell 

John Menrin Nooth .... 
Colin Fred. Campbell . . 

Henry Steele 

James Somerset Seys . . 
Algernon R.Garrett,<{.ad. 

James Hill Albony 

Ensigns. 
John Ellis Spilling .... 
Henry Fuller Sandwith 

Oeoi^e Sharpe 

Brunswick Menzies .... 
Chas. Robert Shervington 
Robert William Piper .. 
Henry Barnewall Jackson 

WUIiam Hardy 

John Edward Lyons . . . 



BN8ION. 



LIBUT. 



16 Aug. 04 
2 May 16 

24 Dec. 18 

24 June 24 
P 3 Dec. 29 

13 Nov. 22 

7 April 20 

P28 May 29 

P29May 36 

P 19 June 36 

P27July 26 

20 Apr. 26 

P26 Aug. 37 

P 12 Dec. 34 



Pll June 

p 6 Apr. 

P 21 Feb. 
1 May 
1 Feb. 

P21 May 
1 June 

P 10 Apr. 



36 
39 
40 
40 
30 
41 
41 
40 



P 2 June 41 

P 30 Oct. 41 

12 Feb. 42 

4 Mar. 42 

20 May 42 

28 May 42 

P 22 July 42 

P 27 Sept. 42 



28 Mar. 

26 Feb. 

18 June 

4 May 

P21 June 

11 Aug. 

3 Nov. 

P 12 Dec. 

P26 Aug. 

P 28 Dec. 



06 
20 
22 
26 
31 
26 
26 
34 
37 
38 



CAPTAIN. BRET.-MAJ. 



21 Nov. 16 

1 Apr. 31 
16 June 32 

P29 May 36 
P 6April39 

2 Apr. 41 
2 April 41 

P 16 Nov. 41 
P 22 July 42 
P 27 Sept. 42 



10 Jan. 37 



P17 May 27 

30 Aug. 27 
P 31 Dec. 39 

31 May 39 
2 Apr. 41 

P 29 Oct. 41 
Pll Feb. 42 

10 Mar. 42 

27 May 42 
P 22 July 42J 7 Gapt. Cftinpb«n wm ora« 
P 27 Sept. 42 jjoyj^ <>\ **'**,a!5f''l** i* '": 

n Q Tv£. A I ^^ ^™ ^^' 18^ to Mvch 

i" a L»ec. 41 1825, includlnf tfao ai«ge of 
Klttoor. 

9 Fajrmaitor Corcoran lerved the Coor; cam- 
paign tn the East Indiw, with the 48th, in 1934. 



P 8 Mar. 43 

Pat/master. — Alexis Corcoran,' 8 July 42; Ens. 30 Nov. 38; Lt. 8 April, 42. 

Adjutant. — Ens. George Sharpe, 20 May, 42. 

Quarter-Master. — John Allan, 3 Dec 30. 

Surgeon. — ^Wm. Irwin Breslin, 2 July, 41 ; Assist.-Surg. 8 March, 27 ; Hosp.- 

AssUt. 9 Feb. 26. 
A'ssistant-Surgeons.-^ameB Archibald Duncan M'Bean, 12 Aug. 34. 

Waldegrave Rock Thompson, M.D. 26 Aug. 43. 
Facings Yellow. 
Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit & Co. 

1 Lord Stair went to Flanders in 1704, and served on tha Continent until the return of the British 
amy. In I7W. In October, 1806, he accompanied the Expedition to Hanover. In Jaly, 1607, he went to 
Zealand, and was present at the siege of Copenbayen. 

2 Lieut.-Colonel Clarke served at the capture of Ouadaloupe, in 1810. 

5 tieQt.-Col. Oarrett receired two wounds at the attack of the Forte at Salamanca, on which oecasloo the 
command of the Light Company of the Queen's and some Artillery devolved upon him, he being the only 
sorriring officer of the column he attacked with. He was also severely wounded in the Pyrenees. 

4 JC^or Mnciean served with the 4Srd In the Peninsula from Jim« 181S to the end of tliat war in 1814, 
incliidJag the action of the 14th Nov. 1812 on retreat from Salamanca, battles of Vlttoria, the Nlvelto 
(wounded), the Nive, and Toulouse. Present also in the action before New Orleans on the 8th Jan. 1815. 

8 Mi^or Martin, prior to entering the regular army, served nearly two years in the Nottingham Fencibles: 
snbspquentty he served eight years in the field in Sicily ; the campaign of 1807 in Egypt ; taking of 
Genoa in 1814 ; two campaigns in the United States of North Americs, including the taking of Castioe and 
its dependencies on the RiTcr Ponobscot. , 

6 Capt. Stuart served at the liege and capture of Klttoor In tho East Indies In Dec. 1824. 

197 t N 



Emb. for Porelfrn 1 
8erv. 83 8«pt. ]S94.J 



47 tk ( The Lancashire) Regf. of Foot 



Ymn^ Senr. 


55 


Pull 


H^U 


Pay. 


P»y. 


89 


U 


81 





18 


A 


10 





14 





14 





2i 





n 





10 


. 


19 





9 





17 





7 





7 





10 





7 











6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





6 





8 





8 





8 





8 





8 





8 


' 


2 





1 





21 


18A 


7 





8 





19 





9 





6 






[SeiTlng al 

"TARIPA"— " VITTORJA"— " ST. SEBASTIAN**—" PENINSULA'*— "AVA.** 

Colonel, 
9 sir Wm. An8on,» Bart, KCB. Efts. 13 June, 1789 j Lieut, k Capt.9& April, 03 ; 

Capt. k LUut,-Col. 28 Sept. 97; Col. 30 Oct. 06; Mqjor-Oen, 4 June, 11 ; 

Lieut,'Gen, 12 Aug. 19; Gen, 10 Jan. 37; Col. 47th Regt. 26 Mareh, 35. 
Lieut,'Colonel, — Philip Dundas,' Eiu. 22 Aug. 05; Lieut. 25 Aug. 07 : Capt. 

16 Nov. 20 ; Mqjor, P2d June, 31 ; Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
Afryori.— John Gordon,' Ens, 28 Sept. 13; Lieut. 18 Apr. 20: Capt, Pll June 

30; Jlf<vor,28Nov.41. 
Henry Wm. Egerton Warburtou, Ens, p 19 Jan. 20 : Lieut. p26 Mar. 28 : Capt. 

P 9 Mar. 32 ; Mqfor, 17 March, 43. 



Captains. 
Wm. O'Grady Haly .... 

John Sutton 

Wm. Cha. Caldwell .... 

John Lardner^ 

Henry Bridges 

William W. Rooke, s 

S Henry M'Nally* 

George James Vernon . . 

William Wise 

Thomas Wm. Birington 
Lieutenants. 

Wm. Armstrong 

Richard T. Parren, d, ptn. 

John Sinnott 

R. J. EIrington, d. ad. , 

Cha. P. Pordyce 

Walter D. Phillips Patton 
Rob. Samuel Torrens 
J. PitzRoy De Conrcy . . 

James Villiers « . . . . 

Rob. Nathaniel Clarke . . 
Samuel Toosey Wj)liams 
Robert Wm. Lowry .... 
Clftremont Skrine 

ENHION0. 

Henry Call Lodder .... 
Geo. Perceval Drought. . 
John Henry Lowndes . . 
John Donovan Vemer . . 

John Peacock 

George Phillips 

Charles CoveU Neame . . 
Charles Villiers 



ENSIGN. 



LI BUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P17 June 28. P 19 July 



P 11 June 30 

P 8 Oct. 80 

5 Sept. 22 

19 July a') 
5 Sept. 34 

12 Jan. 55 
P 10 Dee. 35 
P21 Peb. 27 
P17 Peb. 37 

P 2 June 37 

30 May 34 
25 July 37 

P24Mar. 38 
17 Feb. 88 
P 28 Sept. 88 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P28 Dec. 38 
P 31 Dec. 89 

31 Jan. 40 
P20 June40 
P29Dec. 40 
P 30 Aug. 89 

P 15 Jan. 41 
P 2 July 41 
P 13 July 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
8 Dec. 41 

20 May 42 
p 



31 
33 
34 
25 
87 
88 
261 



P22 Oct, 
P 26 Apr. 

12 July 
P17 Feb. 
P 19 Oct. 

20 May 
P 2 Mar. 39 
P17 May 81 
P 14 June 39 

P81 Dec. 89 
81 Jan. 40 

2 Feb. 40 
P 29 May 40 

3 July 40 
P 8 Nov. 4U 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P 2 July 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 

28 Nov. 4] 

29 Apr. 42 
12 May 43 

8 Apr. 42 



P25 Apr. 34 
P 17 Feb. 37 
P 19 Oct. 38 
2 June 40 
P 3 Nov. 40 
P 13 July 41 

15 July 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 

23 Nov. 41 
P 12 May 43 



BRKT.-MAJ. 



6 Quarter-MMttr O'Doascll 
•erv«d with the 47tli la th« 
fiunnew War, from Dee. tSM 
until peace wm proclalOMd ia 

18S0. 



12 May 43 
Pa^ifuuf^.— Douglas Leith Cox, 25 Sept. 40 ; Ens. 80 Nov. 09 ; £/. 29 Oct. 12. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. John Sinnott, 25 July, 87. 
Quarter-Matter.— VsXticV. O'Donnell,* II June, 41. 

^ur^.— Robert Battersby, 2 July, 41 ; A.-Sur. 28 Sept. 26; Hos.-A. 22 Dee. 26. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Robert Lawson, 15 May, 86. 

Charles Hart, MD. 18 Oct. 39. 

Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox it Co. — Irish Agent, Mr. J. Atkinson. 

1 8lr Wm. Anton went to Holland with a Brigade of Ouardt in 170S, and wae preMul at the battle ol 
Faman» and the cominenoement of the tlege of Valraclennea. Served alto during the whole of the aevere 
winter caropalffn of t7M and 00, and retreat of the army, and In all the prrvlotu operations on the Franch 
frontier. Served alao In Bicilf in 1S09 and 7 ; the campaign In Spain in 180H-0, in eommand of let Bac- 
taliou Or. Ode. including the hattle of Corunna; nibaequently on the eipedition to the Scheldt. Plaead 
on the Staff In the Penlatttla In 1811, and appointed to the eomnand of a Brlffade In the 4th Dhiiioii; 
preaent at the battle of Salamanca, Vittorta, Pyreneee, Iflvelle, Orthee, and Touloiue. For the above 
mentioned battlea Sir William hae leceivcd a erom ami tluee elaipe. 

9 LteaU'Cohmel Onndae mrved on the espedlthm to Sovth America, Including the taking of Matdooado^ 
i^Teml tkinnlshet, and f forming of JConU video. Several iklrmiehaa la the Bast lndiea» la 1811. Ihirmeaa 
war from Jan. 18S0 ontll peaoe wae proalalmed. 

S M4or Goidoa iervcd the eampalgM of 1810^ 17, and 18, in Xalwa ; la the P»rai«iOalf In 1819 aad SO ; 
and In Ava la ltM8 asd6. Womided at Dooabew 90th March, and on the Height* near Promo, 9d Oee. IM8. 

4 Captain Lardner Mrrcd in the Bnrmeee war from Dec. 1894 until peace was proclaimed. 



5 Capt. M'Nallr mrred in the Pwlneola, Item May, 1808, to the end of the war, including Tarlfa mid 
arrom (wooaded In the right leg)b eiege of Tarifh, attack of Bohea, siege of Oadlt, attack of Arrtegvaj 



bridge, retreat fhrni Salamanca (woonded ia the head IQth Nov. 1819), battle of Vittoria, eiege of San 
llan, eaptare of tho Island near St. Jean da Loi, battlee of the MWe, 9th, 10th, Ilth and Dee. and bioekada 
of Bayoaaa. Sanrcd the campaigns of 1817 and 18 In MaHra; In the Fenian Oulf In 1810 and ao, and la ih« 
Burmaia war, Ineladkag tiw stag* of Dooabew and Prome. Woanded through the bodj at Prome 9 Dec 98* 
196 



wXfiS^^] 48'* (^*^ Northamptofuhire) Rt. of Foot K^^oS^^ 

•' DOURO"— « TALAVBRA "— " ALBUHERA"— " BADAJOZ"— « SALAMANCA*'— 
« VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES »'—« NIVELLE"— " ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"— 

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Colonel. 
9 George Middlemore/ CB. Ens, Jan. 93^ Lieut. 5 April, 93; Capt. 15 Oct. 
94 J M({}<yr 14 Sept. 04; Lieut. -Col. 2 Nov. 09; CoL 12 Aug. 19; Major- 
Gen. 22 July, 30; Lieut.-Oen, 23 Nov. 41 ; CoL 48th Regt. 31 May, 43. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Hon. Arthur Alexander Dalzell, Bns. 29 Apr. 19 ; Lieut, p 5 Feb. 24 ; Capt. p 26 
June, 27 ; Mq^j p6 Jan. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. P23 April, 41. 

Mqforg. 
WillUm A. M'Clev€rty, Bns. 26 Mar. 24 ; Lieut, 26 Aug. 25 ; Capt. P21 May, 

2J); Af/y. P23Apr. 41. 
9 Wi William Bruce,' KH. Ens. 1 Dec. 06; Lieut. 17 Jan. 08; Cop^. P14 
March, 11 ; Mqjor, p31 Dec. 27 ; Brev.-Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41, 



Captains. 

Robert Cole 

Hunter Ward 

Jas. W^ebber Smith^ . . . . 

Benjamin Riky 

Hender Mountsteven^ . . 

John Moore Ros9 

Maurice Emmett 

Robert Charles Hamilton 

Anthony Donelan 

John Edward Hall 



BNSIGN. 



LiBUTEICANTS. 

Gordon Skelly Tidy 

George Mowbray Lys . . 

John Massy 

Henry Wheeler 

Henry Bromley 

Cavendish S. Boyle, d.a(^. 
Clifford Felix Henry, r. . 

Henry W. Tobm 

Andrew Green 

David FuUerton 

Robert Warburton 

Clement Wm. Strong . . 

Henry Vincent Watson. . 

Ensigns. 

Geo. Dean Pitt 

Wm. Fetherston 

Austin Selleck 

William FrcBroeWyndowe 
Alfred Augustus Chapman 

Francis Andrews 

Reginald Bainbrigge .... 
Frederick West 



21 Nov. 16 
P 9 Sept. 19 
Pll July 26 
P 9 Nov. 30 

30 Dec. 12 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 19 Apr. 33 
P 3 Aug. 26 
9 Apr. 25 
P21 Aug. 35 



15 May 28 
2 Mar. 28 
P 3 Dec. 

11 Feb. 34 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 23 Oct. 35 
P25Dec. 35 
P 12 Apr. 83 

12 Jan. 38 
P 15 June 38 
P 8 Sept. 88 

18 Jan. 39 
P 8 Apr. 40 



LIEUT. 



P 26 Dec. 22 

P 31 Dec. 22 

P 25 Dec. 35 

30 3Iay 34 

6 Jan. 14 
P 13 Jan. 87 
P 1 Dec. 37 

28 Apr. 81 

7 Nov. 27 
15 June 38 



P 8 Dec. 29 

I 20 Dec. 31 

29 P 16 Sept. 36 

27 Jan. 37 

p 7 Sept, 38 

P 8 Sept. 38 

30 Nov. 38 

1 Feb. 39 

P 3 Apr. 40 

P 8 Jan. 41 

P 23 Apr. 41 

6 May 42 

Pll Aug. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 14 Aug. 27 
P 10 Sept. 25 
P 7 Sept. 38 
P 8 Sept. 38 
30 Nov. 38 
P 3 Apr. 40 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P23 Apr. 41 
6 May 42 
Pll Aug. 43 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



23 ifow. 41 
28 June 38 



11 Oct, 39 

p 8 Jan. 41 

P23 Apr. 41 

P 29 Apr. 42 

20 May 42 

27 May 42 

11 Nov. 42 



7 Paymaster Penntngioo 
BerTed In the Peninsula with 
the 5th» firom Juno 1809 to 
Muj 1814, iocluding tlie battle 
of Busaco, actions at Torres 
Vedms, Leria, Redinha. Pona- 
bal, Roble<la, Coodeixa, Pox 
d'Arouce, Ouarda, ft Sabugal; 
battle of Fuentea d'Onor, 1st 
siege of Bod^uz in Majr and 
June 1811 (on the 9th June 
coBunaoded a party of 1 ser- 
Joant and SO men, which drore 
the enemy's piquet from the 
Breach)^ actions at Gampo 
Mayof, El Bodon, and Fuente 
Ouinaldo; siege and storm of 
Ciudad Rodrigo (received two 
contusions In the Trenches, by the explosion of 
a IS-lncb shell), siege and storm of BadajoM, 
battle of Salamanca, eapture of Madrid, battles 
of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes^ 
and Toulouse. 

8 Mr. M'lver served la the Penfaisula from 
1811 to the end of the war, including the siege 
of Bad^jos, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and 
the Pyrenees ; siege of San Sebastian, actions of 
Irun ft Vera Heights, battlet of Nivelle ft Orthes. 



P 11 Aug. 48 
Paymaster.^'^Jamei Masterson Pennington', 26 Jan. 16; Em. p6 Feb. 07 -, 
Lieut. P^l Mar. 08. 
A((jutant.— Lieut. Henry Wheeler, 11 Feb. 34. 

Quarter-Master.'-^Ameti Earlsman Richardson, 9 Mar. 38. [7 Aug. 11. 

7^ Surgeon.--lfi Edw. M'lver," 18 Mar. 36 ; Assist.-Surg. 3 June, 13 ; Hasp, Assist. 
Assist.-Surgs.—JaB. T. O. Johnston, M.D. 3 Aug. 38. 
Robert Bowen, 18 May, 41. 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Ueut.-General MIddlemore served in command of his Company of the «2*^JJ*"^»~ °" *®"J 
H. M.S. BrufUfviek, with Lord Howe, and afterwards In the North 9~ *"\tJ'^ JJ«»~"- ^^"gj^^ 
the fbrce to Egvpt from Indte. under Sir David Balrd, and has »««5i^«* '»»* J^fyPVy.,^'^** ^J^^ 
mlao in the PenlS;ula 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. DoneUn was wounded. 

2 Lleut.-Col. Bruce served In the Peninsula with the 79th from 1819 to ^Je jnd of that warin WU^^^^^^^ 
ing the battles of the Pyrenees on the 28th. 20th, and 80ih Juljr, l»»« "^/^f y^^^JJjJ^'^J?^^ Sj 
Jfivclle and the Nive (10th to l»th Dec), Investment of Bayonne, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

5 Capt. Smith was wounded in acUon at Coorg, Madras, April, 1834. r-^n-^la onrf 

6 C^t. Mountsteven served at the attaclc of various posU, &c. on the Frontiers of Canada, and 
within the United States in 1813, U, and 15. 

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49tk ( T/ie Princess Charlotte of Wales\ [2li.2S?S: 
Or the Hertfordshire) Regt of Foot. 

" EGMONT-OP-ZEE"— " COPENHAGEN"—" QUEENSTOWN." 
On the Coloun and Appolntmenta «' CHINA," witb the deTlce of *' Th§ Dmg^nJ* 

Colonel, 

Sir Gordon Drummond/ GCB. Ens. 21 Sept. 1789; Lt. 31 Mar. 91 ; Capi. 81 
Jan. 92 ; Mqj. 28 Feb. 94 ; Lt-CoU 1 March, 94 ; Col, 1 Jan. 98 ; Meo-Otn, 
1 Jan.1806; X^-G'en.4 June,ll; £7^1.27 May, 26; Co2. 49th Regt. 2 lS«pt. 29. 
Xieu/.-Co2oiK/.— Gilbert John Pailey,* Btis, 26 Jan. 14; Lieut, 10 June, 20> 
Capt, P2 June, 28; Brev^t-Mt^or, 23 Nov. 41; Mqfor, p24 June, 42; 
Lt,-CoL^n Nov. 43. 
3fi(/or#.— Thomas Scott Beignolds,^ Cfi. Snt. 23 June, 26; Lieui. 2& April^ 

28 ; Capt, P 26 April, 31 ; Mqior, 30 July, 42. 
William Raikes Faber,« 2nd Lieut, p 10 Apr. 26; Xteuf.P28 Aug. 28 ; Capt^ 
T22 May, 36; Brevet-Major^ 23 Dec. 43; Aigjor, p 17 Nov. 43. 



Captains. 
lift 9 David Mac Andrew * 
John Leslie Dennis^ . . . 
John MyerBMentgomery**^ 
. Wm. Paynter K. Browne* 
John Thornton Grant* 
, Henry George Hart . . 
Henry Gamer Rainey* 

George Wright 

John Heatly* 

Samuel John Goalin . . 
Lieutenants. 
James Ramsuy^ 



ENSIGN. 




























15 Mar. 13 
25 Apr. 28 
24 Dec. 29 
31 Dec 29 
28 Apr. 28 
1 Apr. 29 
12 Apr. 31 

PIO Nov. 25 
20 Sept. 31 

P 10 July 28 



LIEUT* 



18 May 32 
Geo. Francis Bartley'* .. p 12 July 33 
Hugh Pearson,^ r. .... 
Sam.Baxter D. AnderMm'' 



John Hinton DanielF . 
Arthur RobLShakespear^' 
Lachlan H. G. Maclean" 
H. Seymour Michel! * . . 

David M' Adam'* 

Robert BUckall^^ 

Walter Tyler Bartley'^ . . 

George Rand* 

WmJI.CUntonBaddeley>« 
Charles Stuart Glazbrook 
Richard Thompson .... 
I Ensigns. 

Joseph George Wilkinson 
Henry FrederickPonsonby 

Leopold Bellairs 

James Hesketh Biggs . . 
James Wells Armstrong 
Wm. Ffirench M'Dermott 



p 13 July 33 

11 June 29 
p 14 Mar. 34 
P 19 Dec. 34 

26 Dec. 34 
P 22 May 35 

28 Apr. 37 
p 19 Jan. 38 

20 July 38 

8 Mar. 39 

p 11 Oct. 39 

P 7 SepU41 

p 26 Feb. 42 



20 Apr. 15 

22 Sept. 30 

2 Jan. 33 

4 Jan. 33 

12 Nov. 30 

19 July 32 

8 June 33 

P 27 Apr. 27 

28 Mar. 34 

P21 Sept. 30 



CAPTAIN. 

18 Nov. 30 

17 May 41 
P 24 June 42 
P 24 June 42 

30 July 42 

1 Dec. 42 

P 27 Dec. 42 

17 Dec. 42 
P17 Nov. 43 
P28Dec. 38 



BREV.-MAJ. 

23 Dec. 4ft 



P 9 May 34 
P 19 Dec. 34 
P 22 May 35 

23 May 35 
18 Nov. 36 

P 17 Aug. 38 
31 Aug. 38 
22 Mar. 39 

24 July 39 
6 Mar. 40 

30 Sept. 40 

17 May 41 

P 7 Sept. 41 

P27 Dec. 42 



IJune 41 

27 Dec. 42 

28 Dec. 42 '. 
P 30 Dec. 42 ! 



IS Licttti. Pcanon aad 
were Bi CbuMui wkI Cftutoo. Lt. 
PcftnoB wuM arvrrelj wuuadcd aft- 
I Capton. 

IS Lt. Sb*kip<Nira,— lb* 
Note A, nerpt ChlabM and 
Uon of NiBf po. 

14 LU M'Adam wat at Um Int 
takiaf of Cbuaan, ami at Wooaaag, 
Cbin Klaac Foo, and Nanhlo. 

lA LiauL BlackaU waa at ih« Iffvt 
taking of Chttxan. 

15 LlauU Baddclry wat at Amay, 
Cbuian (tnd capt«r»X Nla^pts il«- 
goan, Otaapoo, Wooauny, aad Cbln 
Klanf Foo. at vbieb last be waa. 
daagrrovsljt wnoadvd t hv waa fint 
•track by a Otngall bait oa tte 
elbow, wbtob kiHickcd him down, 

n in %r A*% *•"* ••**■ •****"« "P *** reer'wd a 

P 17 Nov. 43 wouad in the tbigli. wUcli fractured 

*tba 



aa Note 4, 



17 Lt. Walter Bartley.-tke 
tbc Brat taklag of Cbiuaa, aad 

19 Qr.-Maat«r Mayne.— the 
Out Irtt taklay o^ Ckuaaa. 

10 Doctor Oarrett,— tbc m 



at Neto< 
aa N««c 4. 









I 




P 18 Aug. 43 Caatoo. 

P17 Nov. 43 1 

^ Paifmiuter.—U6beTt Ware,'* 28 June, 31 ; Bns. 26 Oct. 12 ; Lieut, 26 Sept. 13. 
A(yutttni,^Lieut, C» 8. Glazbrook, 20 Oct. 43. 
Quarter-Master, — Henry Mayne,** 23 June, 37. 

Acr^Am.— George Kincaid Pitcaim, M.D. 6 Oct. 43 ; Atstst-Surg, 23 Nov. 32. 
^Mu^^ury.— Richard Humphrys Garrett,** M.D. 23 Nov. 38. 
Facings Green. — Agents ^ Messrs. Cox it, Co. 
[^Returned from Bengal, ^ Aug, 1843.] 

\ sir Gordoo DnmBoad ■errrd is Bollaad la 17M. aad M» aad wat pmeat la N l atc g nra darlac the aitf*. ■■' •' tka 
•ortie Aeeompaaied the eipcditloa to Kcypc ia IMl, aad waa prcaaat io the battle* of the ISth aad <l«t Maich i ataa at 
the battle of Rhanwateh. aad at the turreader of Graad Cairo aad of Aloaadrla. Sir Goidfoa aaw maeb aervlce la the 
Ametiaaa war, aad eataiaaaded la the acHoa aear the FaUi of Niagara, «abere he waa aereRly woaaded. 

S M«jor Paaiey terved at the tleffe of Hattraa la 1BI7. aad airf e of Ajtoertl*" *■ iSi& 

4 Major Faber, Caplalaa Biowae. Qraat, aad Baiaey, aad Lt. MiehelU •erred throuffhoat the whole of lb* opcraifaiaB hi 
Chiaa. comnraelac with the Sr«t tafciai of Cbukaa* aad tenoiaatlaff wHh the draiaaMrmtlMO before Maakia, i"*'*"^!-^ the 
ttona aad captorc of tfa» hrlchta above Caatoa, attack aad captare of ABojr. aecoad capture of Choaaa. attack aad captata 
of the heifhta of Chiahoe. oeeupatloa of Nlacpo, repalae of the algbt attack ca Nti^po, attack aad eaplai* of the fae»y*a 
eatreaebed caap oa tlie hetcbt* of Bcfooa, attack aad capture of Cbapoo» Woocaag. aad Chia Kiaag Foow Capt. Brow^ 
icrrcd alao aa M^ot of Brtcade to the tate Sir Robot Hartley frooi the Anwathm of the Foeee lata Brlfadct aatil Ito 
leruiiBatiea of the war. aad be waa wouaded at Chapoa^ aad Cape Oraat at ChIa Klaaff Foo. 

ft Mi^or aclcaoldi,-lbe Maae aa detailed la Note 4. eic<-pi the SrM taklag of Cbuaaa aad the alght attaafc oa Nt^pa^ 
Hr vas tevcrely woaaded at Scgoaa, and kltfbtly at Cbapoo. 

• M^Jor MacAadrrw H-rrrd la the Peaiamla aad Fraaee. to the STlh regt. aad waa prrreal at the battlea of the 
MlTeDe. Ortbet. aad Toulooae, bcaidea varloat aflUn of oatpofta, Re. Hit aerrleet la Chiaa are debOlrd la Kolc 7, 

7 Maior Mae Aadrmr« Lie. tlammy ft Daalel»-ihe mbc aa dctaUed la Note 4. oeept tb« Ont taklag of rkiiaaa. aad • 
OB the helfbtt of Caatoo. 

8 Capt. neatly^ Lta. Macleaa aad Raod, and PaTnatt Ware, tceeod throagtoat the whole of Che opeiallana la < 



9 CapC Deaalc waa at Ctmtaa. Cantoa. Aaioy. aad Cbuiaa ; after wbldi be wat cfoptojred aa MflitarT Mtgl"*'*** •* 
CapC Mea< i <waefy wat at Caoioa, Aaioy, Choaaa. Chlahae (tererrljr woaaded), Nlagpo* aad Siigoaa (woaaded>. 

tea yran lo the Navv prior to rateriag the Armf . 
Lt. Geo. Bartl*y,-tbe Mate at flala 4, nrept Ch a pee, Wootuag. aad CUn Kiaat foo. 



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«^y«gf«] SOth {The Queen^s own) Regt. of Foot. reWa"Sr 

The^jwUifcr with the words " EGYPT"— "VIMIERA"-"CORUNNA"— "ALMARAZ" 
-'* VITTORIA"— •* PYRENEES"—" NIVE"— ''ORTHES"— " PENINSULA.*' 

Colonel. 
Sir Hndflon Lowe/ RCB. and GCMG. Ens, 25 Sept. 1787 ; Lieut. 16 

Nov. 91 ; Capt. 6 SepL 96 ; M^jor, 5 July, 1800 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 June, 04 ; CoU 

1 Jan. 12; Mi^or-Oen. 4 June, 14; Liewt.'Gen. 22 July, 30; CoZ. 50th Regt. 

17 Nov. 42. 
Lieut.'ColoneU.—lfi Nicholas Wodehouflej'JFn*. 8 Jan. 07 ^Lieut. 81 Aug. 07; Capt, 

P26 Sept. 11 ; JIfryor, P18 Oct. 21 ; Lieut.-Col. ^2 Sept. 24 ; Col. 28 June, 38. 
9 Joseph Anderson,^ KH. .Stu. 27 June, 05; Xi^uf . 6 Oct. 08 ; Cop^ 20 Jan. 14;. 

MqjoTjVie Feb. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 April, 41. 
3f<3^'or«.— 9 Thomas Ryan,* KH. Em. 10 Oct. 05; Xi^f. 28 April, 08; Capt. 30> 

Sept. 19 ; Mqjor, 13 Aug. 30. 
Peter John Petit, Ens. p 19 May 25; Xi«t<f. 12 Feb. 28 ; Capt. P.28 May 33; 

M(^or, P 30 Sept. 42. 







Captains. 


































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ENSIGN. 



Qeorge M'Leod Tew 

J. Brathwaite Bonham . . 

Henry Stapleton 

Wm. Langley Tudor, s. . . 
Alex.C. Downing Bentley 

William Knowles 

Richard Waddy 

Geo. G.Mackenzie Cobban 

Charles Woodcock James 

George Frederick Long.. 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Needham 

James John Enoch 

Cha. R. Grimes 

Harry Wainwright Hough 
James Griffith Smyth .. . 
H. Antliony O'Molony, s. 
Benjamin Grey Mackenzie 

James Brockman 

Henry Williams Wily .. 
Edward Cowell Mullen . . 

Wm. Scott Carter 

Arthur Bernard 

Joseph John Grimes .... 

James Russell 

Simon Pepper Joyce^ . . 
Heathfleld Jas. Frampton 
Charles Abney Mouat . . 
Robert Bridges Sellers . . 

Timothy Crowe 

Frederick Torrens Lyster 
Charles Hen. Tottenham 
Geo.Wm.MolyneuxLovctt 

Ensigns. 
Edward John Chambers 
H. Warburton Jas. Gray 
Charles Edward Young . . 



19 Aug. 
P 1 Oct. 
P 2 Aug. 

9 Apr. 

9 Apr. 



13 
29 
33 
25 
25 



LIEUT. 



9 Aug. 33 
17 Aug. 32 

P16 Aug. 33 
27 Jan. 25 

P27Sept.3d 

16 Sept. 36 

16 Dec. 36 
P 16 Mar. 38 
P 20 July 38 
P 4 June 36 
P 24 Dec. 33 

22 Apr. 36 
P22 Nov. 80 

27 June 38 
P26 Aug. 36 
P 7 Apr. 37 
P 8 Feb. 89 
P 9 Feb. 39 

31 May 39 
8 Mar. 39 
4 Aug. 40 
6 Mar. 40 
P 12 Mar. 41 
1 June 38 

20 June 41 
P21 June 41 

27 April 20 

P20 Aug. 41 

16 Sept. 41 

17 Sept. 41 
P27 May 42 



30 Sept. 19 
P28 May 38 
P 27 Jan. 37 
P26 Nov. 29 

17 Aug. 32 
P 20 July 38 
4 May 36 
P 27 July 38 
Pll Dec. 28 
P 17 June 37 

27 Nov. 38 
P 9 Feb. 39 
P 20 Dec. 89 
P 10 Jan. 40 

16 Feb. 40 
10 Mar. 37 

P17 Feb. 38 
•i8July 39 
15 Nov. 39 

17 July 40 



CAPTAIN. 



12 Jan. 34 

P 20 July 38 

P 12 Mar. 41 

1 April 41 

18 June 41 
P 25 June 41 

18 Nov. 41 

P 80 Sept. 42 

1 June 41 

P 8 Feb. 42 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



4 Mi^. Ryan accompAnied th« 
ezp«djaon to Walcheren in 1800 ; 
Bvrred in the Peninsula, and re- 
ceived a verere sabre wound hi 
the heed, and several other 
wounds at Fuentes d'Onor. 

7 Lieut. Pepper Joyce served 

as CHptaio with the British Aux- 

23 Sept. 40 *"«'y ^^^^ '« Spain, in I8M-7; 

19 June 41 ^''^ " " '' '* '"' " ' " 
do. 
do. 

20 June 41 
P20 Aug. 41 

16 Sept. 41 

P30 Sept. 42 

8 April 42 

P 1 Nov. 42 



ho was engaged at the reiief and 
storming ih« lines of 8t. Sebas- 
tian, 5th May, 1830, action In 
the lines of the 91st, repulse of 
the enimy by Sir C. Chichester's 
brigade. 0th June, general action 
at tlie reconnoisance on Fuente- 
rabia, 11th July, and general ac- 
tion on the heights t,t the Amet* 
za, Isl October, 1830. Acting 
town-m^Jorof St.Sebattian dur- 
ing the operations in March, and 
8 Sept. 43 siege and capture, by storm, of 

30 Nov. 24 1'""*' ^^^^ '^"^ ^^'^ ^*y* ^^'' 
'also attached to general stafi*. 

Has received a cross and two medals for his 

conduct and services. 

8 Paymaster Dodd served In the Burmese 

war, including the actions of the 20th, S7th, 

and 29tb March, 1825. 



William Pcrcival Elgee.. 

John Cuming Biahop , P80 Sept. 42 

Richard Moore Barnes . . , p 1 Nov. 42 

Amos White ] 8 Mar. 48 

Theodore Vernon Vcnables p 1 Nov. 43 

Payniaster.-^ohn Beach Dodd,*25 Sept. 40; Eiis. 24 May,24 ; Lieut.Sl Oct. 25. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Tiinothy Crowe, 1 Oct. 42. 

Quarter-Master. — Joseph Moore, 28 Aug. 38. [^4 June, 16. 

5ttr^«m.— James Davidson , 28 July, 40 ; Assist.-Surg. 30 July, 26 ; Hasp. Assist, 
Assist. -SurffS. — Alex. Graydon, M.D., 16 May, 35. 
Joseph Burke, 10 Jan. 40. 

Cuthbert Fetherston Hough Barlow, M.D., 7 Oct. 42. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 Sir Hudson Lowe was present at the attack of the Martello Tower, storming of Convention Redoubt, and 
the sieges of Bastla and Calvi ; served in the expedition to Egypt, and was present in the principal 
occurrmcM of that campaign ; accompanied the expedition to the Bay of Naples, and commanded the flrat 
line of Um advance. He was present at the attack and capitulation of Ischia ; and subsequently at the 
attack and capitulation of Zante and Cephalonia. 

t GoloiMl Wodehoiise served in Portugal from May, 1808, to December, 1811, including the battle of 
Vimiora, campaign from Lisbon to Oporto, and battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor ; servwl the campaign 
of 1814 in the South of France, including the alBhir at 1'arbes and battle of Toulouse. 

8 Ueut^Col. Anderson's services :— Expedition to Calabria, including the battle of Maida and subsequent 
operatiooa, and capture of the fortress of Catrone ; expedition to Egypt in 1807 ; Peniusula from Aprfl, 1800, 
to Jaa. IHIS, including the battles of Talavera (wounded) and Busaco, rctn^at to Ihc lines of Tonys Vedras, 



sem'is'juirisSsJ 5lst ( The 2nd Yorkshire West Ridinff) or [DiOTif'J"und. 

Tlie King^s Own Light Infantry Regt 

"MINDEN"—"CORUNNA"— "SALAMANCA"— "VITTORIA"— "PYRENEES"— 
" NIVELLE"— "ORTHES"— " PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



Yean' Senr. 



50 



Full 
Paj. 

85 

29 

34 



HaJr 
Pay. 







28 


^1 


18 





16 





Id 





13 





13 





17 


lA 


12 





11 





26 





9 





9 





7 





8 





7 





7 





6 





7 





5 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





34 





9 





31 





18 





3 





1 






Colonel, 
9 Sir Benjamin D'Urban/ GCB.KCH., Comet, April, 1794 ; Lieui. 1 July, 94 ; 

Capt 2 Jaly,94; MqJor2l Nov. 99; LUut.-CoL 1. Jan. 1805; Col. 4 June, 18 ; 

Mqjor-Gen, 12 Aug. 19; Lmtt^-Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Cd. 51ftt light lufimtry, 

25 Dec. 29. 
Lieut,-CoUmel—9 Wi ^m. Henry EUiott,* KH. Ens, p 6 Dec. 09 ; L/. •* 13 Aug. 

12; Capt.P9ffoy.20; MqforV 12 July, 31; LUut.'CoLP27 June9S, 
Afqfort.^Edw, St. Maur, JBnt. p22 June, 15; Lieut, p 16 Nov. 20 ; Capt. P29 

May, 28 ; Mqjor P 1 July, 37. 
9 S9i Fred. Mainwaring,'^iw.6 April^lO; 1/MU<. 15 April, 13; Cap^4Dec.28; 

Mf{for P 27 June, 38. 



Captains. 
9 Wi William Austin'. . . 
Arnold Clias. Errington. . 

Percy Rice 

Wm. Henry Hare 

Richard D. Balcer 

Augustus Thomas Rice. . . 
Edward Lionel Wollcy . . 

Edmund Isham 

Hen. Ch. Capcl Somerset 
Richard Thompson , . . . 

LlBnTENANTS. 

Qeoiige Bagot . . T 

Hon, David Erskine .... 

Aug. J. W. Northcy 

B. C. Graham Crookshank 
Augustus Henry Irhy . . 
Fra. Grossman Doveton . . 
William Douglas Scott . . 
Geo. Edw. E. Warburton 
Arthur Miller Harris. . . . 
Rich. Atherton Ffarington 
Edmund Stransfleld .... 
Enaions. 

David Stephenson 

Edward Cecil Singleton 
William Jeffries Pegus . . 

William H. Kemp 

Alexander Philip Rossi . . 
Chas. Philip O'Connell .. 
Sydney Darling 



EN8IOV, 



LIKUT. 



April 13 
13 Sept. 31 
P28 Nov. 34 
P25 Dec. 35 
P 16 Dec. 36 
PIO Mar. 37 

4 Jan. 33 
P 1 July 37 
Pl4July 37 

8 Nov. 27 

P 7 Oct. 37 
Pft7Junc 38 
P 3 July 40 

80 Dec. 38 

P 6 Oct. 41 

P 15 Oct 41 

8 Apr. 42 

28 May 43 
P 23 June 43 
P23 June43 
P 7 July 43 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ, 



20 Sept 34 
P 14 July 87 
P 2Sept37 
P27 June 38 
p 5 Oct 41 
P 15 Oct 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 23 June 43 
P 23 June 23 

28 Aug. 41 L 



5 Sept 11 
P 4 Feb. 96 

14 Aug. 28 
P 9 Aug. 31 

13 Sept 31 
PllOct 31 
P29 Dec. 25 
P31Aug. 32 
P 4 Oct 33 
P 1 Jan. 19 

26Jnne 35 
Pdl July 35 
P 14 July 37 

25 Mar. 36 
P 15 July 37 
P2 Sept 37 
P 27 June 38 

6 Oct 37 
P 26 July 39 
P 3 July 40 
P 5 Oct 41 

P 20 Feb. 41 

P31 Dec. 41 

17 Apr. 42 

20 May 42 U^i^ni^ M March, 1019. Serred alsa tj»* 

21 May 42 '^'^^ "^ "'* "*^'"" 
1 July 42 

30 May 43 
P 23 June 43 



& Capt. Aofthi serrad in th« 
Peninsula, from Oct. 1S1| to 
April, 1818, IflcIiuUnir the daf;* 
and itonn of Ciiidad Rodrlgu. 
Campaign of 1814 ia Holland, 
Including the taking of the for- 
tified village of Menem. Campaign ot 1815, 
InclttdlDg the battle of Waterloo. 

Paymaater Giblw lerred la tho Peoiaaiila 
from Jan. IHl 1 until the end of that war in 1814, 
and was teTerely wounded ia the advance oa 



181A, including the battle of 
Waterloo. 

7 QuaKer.-Master Kennj aenred at the takioc 
of Ca«tiA« in North America, la 1814^ 



Jamed Wm. Mansfield . 

Robert Neville |P24 June43 

Samuel Alexander Madden I p 7 July 43 

Paymaster.— 9 (0 John Gibba,® 15 Feb. 10. 

Afffutant, — Lieut, 

Quartern-Master, — William Kenny,'' 10 June, 13. 

Surgeon, — John Hartley Sinclair, M.D. 2 July, 41 ; Assist,'Surg, 21 Dfee. 96 1 

Hosp,-Assist, 14 April, 26. 
Assist.'Surgeons, — ^Thomas Leopold Belcher, 26 Feb. 41. 

George Cunningham Mickleham, 16 June, 43. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Sir John Klrkland k <>>. 
1 Sir Benjamin D'Urban haa recelred a croM and fire elaipe for Bumco, Albuhera, Badi^oi, flalimawra, 
Yittoria, Pjreneet, NIvelle, Nive, and Touloate. 

S Liettt.-Col. ElUott embarked with the reglmeat for Uaboo, ao Jan. 1811, ami vaa pnaant at Iba hattle of 
Puentaa d'Onor, covering the siege of Ciudad Rodrfgo, aecond ttege of Badaloa, aflUr near Tal Martaco^ 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, covering the siege of Bnrgoa, retreat Into Portogal, 
during which operation be lenred at Alde-de-Carap to Col. Mitchell, Slet ragt., eommaadlng the brlgado, 
and recelred a contualon on the ihoulder when to the act of delivering an order to an oAeer ia adrMiee. 
Ia Jane 18 IS, be was appointed an Atdo^de-CaoM) to M%^>r-Oeneral luglit, and was preaent at the battlca 
of the Pyreneca, aoth and 81st July— received a fleth wound, and had a hone killed; action at Lraaca, 
paaiage of tha Adoor, battle of Nivelle. atUck of the hrighu of St. P«, and battle of Orthei. Appolaicd 
M^or of Brigade to the lit Brigade, 7th divltion, aad served aa such until the end of that war. Served alao 
the campaign of 1815, including tlie battle of Waterloo, capture of Cambray, and capitulalloo of Paria. 

8 Major Main waring served In the Peninsula, from March, 1811 to Jan. 1814, Including the battle of 
Puentes d'Onor, 9d siege of Bad^|oi, affliir nrar Val Moresro, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgo^ 
capture of Madrid and the RetIro, battles of Vittorla, Pyrenees, and NIvella. Served alao tha ounpalg a »f 
18 IA, and was picMot at the battle of Waterloo. 



£:^oli'.?T^] 52diTkeOxfordshire)Rt of Foot {Ltlnjantry). r^X'a?.!?!.. 

Ll>epdi atNenagb. 

« HINDOOSTAN"— " VIMIERA"— « CORUNNA"— BUSACO"— " FUENTES D'ONOR" 

"CIUDAD RODRIGO"— "BADAJOZ"— « SALAMANCA"— "VITTORIA"— 

" NIVELLE"— " NIVE"— " ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"— 

" WATERLOO." 



YMn'3enr. 


49 


Full J 
P.y. 


Hal/ 
Pay. 


29 


A 


19 





17 





18 





14 





18 
17 





15 





14 





11 





9 





9 
7 


^ 


7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





7 





5 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





8 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





19 
7 





2 





17 





6 





4 






Colonel, 
9 Sir Thomas Arbuthnot/ KCB. Eru, 23 Not. 95 : Lieut, 1 May, 06 ; Capt. 

25 June, 98: Mt^^or, 7 AprU, 08; Lieut,- Col, 24 May, 10; Col, 4 Jane. 14; 

Mqjar-Oen, 27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col, 52nd Light Infantry, 

23 Dec. 39. 
Lieut,'CoUmel.—Wm, Blois, Ent. p 3 May, 15 ; Lieut, P30 Aug. 21 ; Capt, p 14 

July, 25; Mq^or, p 12 Aug. 84 ; Lieut,'Col, p 11 May, 39. 
ilf<(/ar#.— Richard French, Mta, p 9 June, 25; Lieut, P30 Dec. 26; Capt, p2 

Mar. 32 ; Mc^or, p 11 May, 39. 
Henry Samuel Davis. Ens. 13 Apr. 27 ; Lieut, p 8 Oct. SO; Capt, p 17 July 85 ; 

Major, P 13 Dec. 39. 



Captains. 
Cecil Wm. Forester .... 
Hon. Harry Cav. Grey 
Joshua Allen Vigors . . . , 

Fred. O. Bull 

Evelyn H. F. Pocklington 

George Murray 

John George Jarvis .... 

George Campbell 

Cha. Jas. Conway Mills. . 
Charles Albert Denison . . 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Moore Brownrlgg 
James Holder Alleyne . . 

Frederick Carden 

Chas. Geo. Fountaine . . 
William Corbett, d.ad.., 
Neil Hulse Harenc .... 
Cha. Fra. Wedderbume. . 

Fred. John Wilson 

R.OctaYiusCuming,£f.|m<. 
John Mills Hawkins .... 
M. Van Kerkwyk Bowie 

Ensiqns. 
Henry Daniel Carden . . 
Laurence Henry Peel . . 
Raymond Richard Pelly 
Maxwell Du Pre Stronge 
J. Cha. Edw. Crewe Read 

Wm. Felix Riley 

Hugh Montgom. Archdall 
Arthur Lennox Peel .... 
James Stanser M'Nair . . 
Cha.Hen.Rou8eBoughton 



ensigns. 



P 1 Aug. 26 
P 9 Nov. 30 
P 19 Sept 26 
25 Oct. 27 
P 10 Feb. 29 
P 25 June 30 
P 30 Aug. 33 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P26Dec. 34 
P 22 Sept. 37 



P 1 Dec. 37 
P25May 38 
P 27 July 38 
P21Sept.38 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P 31 May 39 
P 1 June 39 
22 Feb. 39 
31 Jan. 40 
P 1 Feb. 40 

P 1 May 40 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P25 June41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P 19 Nov. 41 
15 Apr. 42 



LIEUT. 



14 May 
P 5 Apr. 
P 17 Sept. 
P 8 Feb. 
P 30 Aug. 
P 12 Aug. 
P 2 Nov. 

21 Dec. 
P 28 Aug. 
P 11 May 



29 
S3 
29 
31 
33 
34 
38 
38 
38 
39 



P24May 39 
P IJune 39 
P 30 Aug. 39 
P 20 Sept. 39 
P31 Jan. 40 
P 23 Aug. 39 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P 25 June 41 
3 Sept. 41 
P 21 July 43 
P 22 July 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Dec. 35 
P25Dec. 85 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P24 May 39 
P SO Aug. 89 
P 1 May 40 
P26Jan. 41 
P 25 June 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



2 Sept. 42 
P21 July 43 
P 28 July 43 
Paumaster.^T. Miller Creagh, 21 June, 39 ; Ens. 23 Feb. 25; Lieut. 6 Mar. 26. 
Adjutant, — Lieut, Henry Moore Brownrigg, 26 Oct. 41. 
Quarter-Master, — John Williams, 2 Aug. 42. 
Surgeon. — Wm. Cruickshank, M.D. 6 Jan. 43 ; Assist.-Surg. 6 Nov. 29 ; Hosp," 

Atsiet. 22 Nov. 27. 
A89istant.'Surgeons,-^Will\am Robinson, M.D. 11 Jan. 39. 

Andrew Skene, 7 Aug. 40. 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Sir John Kirkland 6c Co. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co. 

1 Sir Thomss Attathaot hat received a croei and one clasp for Roleia sad Yimlera, Oontona, Pyreaeet* 
NlTelle, and Orthet. 
203 



5Srd ( The Shropshire) Regt of Foot 



204 53rrf ( 2T^ Shropshire) Regt of Foot. (Tt^aiSlkmS: 

NIEUPORT"— "TOURNAY"— "ST. LUCIA"— "TALA VERA"— "SALAMANCA"-! 
" VITTO RIA"— <* PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA," 



Yeirt'Serv 



I 



40 



Paj. 



20 



10 



17 



Half 
Pay. 



» 







20 


1« 


17 





16 





14 





12 





12 





11 

















8 





12 





10 





8 





7 





6 





5 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





32 


A 


12 





3 





16 





6 






CdUmeL 
9 iKSft Lord Fitz Roy James Henry Somerset,' KCfi. Comet yd June, 04 ; 

30 May, 05 ; Capt, 6 May, 08 ; Mq^or^ 9 Juiie, 11 ; LieuL-CoL 27 Apr. 12 ; 

CoL 28 Aug. 16; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 26; Lieut,-Oen. 28 June, 38 ; C^l, 

63rd Regt 19 Not. 30. 
Lieut.'Coionel.^'HtiTrf Shakespear Phillips, Comet, p8 Jan. 24; Lieui. 12 

May, 26 ; Capt. P 14 Feb. 28 ; Mqfor, P 31 Aug. 38 ; Lieut.-Col, P31 Mar. 43. 
Mqfors.—Wm. George Gold, Eru. 7 April, 26; Lieut. 26 June, 28; Capt. p 99 

June, 32; Mqjor, p 10 Feb. 43. 
Edward Bond, Em, 8 Mur. 27; Lieut, p 16 Sept. 29; Capt, P26 Feb. 36; 

M(yor^ P 31 March, 43. 






Captains. 

Wi John Lewis Black' 
C. Bdw. Dawson Warren 

Thomas Smart 

Chailes Inge 

Hon, StG.Gerald Foley, « 
Marley Hutchinson . . . 
Richard Butler Low . . . 

Wm. a Mansfield 

Charles Lempriere 

George Pleydell Mansel 

LiBUTENANTS. 

William Follows^ 

Robert Spring, r 

Robert Newton Phillips 
Tho. Haryey Bathnrst . 

Wm. J. Vemer 

Charles Hamilton Fenton 
John F.FitzQiflardMy tton 

John Chester 

Wm. Benjamin Bastard . 
Robert Townlcy Parker.. 

JohnShiffner 

Charles Henry Dowker. . 
Anth. Bowen Owen Stokes 

ElCSIONB. 

William Payn 

Fred. Gordon Steward . . 
Sir C. W. C. Burton, Bt. 

John Breton 

Geo.Nathan.Mickletbwait 
Hon, Fra. Henry Fane 
Edward Andrew Noel 
Frederick Edward Tighe 



£ N8IU 



22 Apr. 13 
P 6 June 27 
P24July 28 
P 7 Jan. 30 
P29 June32 
P 14 Sept. 32 
P 8 Nov. 38 

27 Not. 35 
P 4 Dec. 36 
P 13 May 36 

13 Sept 32 
P 14 Feb. 34 
P 27 May 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
6 Apr. 38 
P 12 Apr. 39 
P27 Mar. 40 
P 2 Oct 40 
P 19 Mar. 41 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 16 Oct 41 
P 7 Jan. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 

P27 May 42 

28 May 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P 10 Feb. 43 

24 Feb. 43 
P 7 July 43 



LIBUT. 



10 Mar. 14 
Pll June 30 
P 14 Sept. 32 
P 26 Feb. 36 
P27 May 36 
p 10 Mar. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
p 31 Aug. 38 
p 12 Oct 38 
p 27 Mar. 40 

28 May 36 
P 4 Dec. 36 
P 2 Oct. 40 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 16 Oct 41 

22 Apr. 42 
P 27 May 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 7 July 43 
P 28 July 43 



CAPTAIN. BBBV.'MAJ. 



P 16 June 26 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 12 Apr. 39 
P27 Mar. 40 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 27 May 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 28 July 43 



28 June 3d 



4 Captain Pard«y atrrad la 

the Peninsula from Feb. I81t lo 
the end of that war in 1S14. 

6 Llenl. Followi was prcerat 
with the 48d Usht iafiuitry ia 
the attacli on New OrleMia la 
Jan. 1016. 



P28 July 43 
Paytnaster.^9 John Quin Pardey/ 12 Feb. 36; Bns, 18 July, 11 ; Lieut. 17. 

Dec. 12 ; Capt, 31 Dec. 28. 
AdIjutanJt,— Lieut, William Follows, 13 Sept 32. 
Quurter^Matter, — John Comes, 26 June, 41. 
5ur^€0ii.— Tho. Galbraith Logan, M.D. 30 Aug. 42; Ataiet, Surg. 29 July, 30 ; 

Hotp,'AuiMt, 8 May, 28. 
Aitiitant'Surgeon.'-ioka Dn Verd Leigh, M.D. 18 May, 38. 



Facinga Red. — A gewta, Messrs. Cox & Co. IriMh Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt.p Armit Sc Co. 

[Betumed from the Ionian lalande, 10 June, 1840.] 

1 Lord Piti Roy Somenet performed the anluoua and raeponeible dutr of Aide-de-Caoip and MlUtarj Secre- 
tary to Hii Grace the Duke of Wellington throughout IhecaoipalgmB in Spain, Portogal, Prance, and Plandei«t 
and was present at the baltlee of Roleia, Vlmiera, Talavera, and Buiaco (wounded) ; the attack and capture of 
Oporto, pureuit of Marshal fioult, retreat to the line* of Torres Yedrae, occupation of them, operations in th* 
pursuit of Maishal Uaiieena, batUeof Fncutes d'Onor, 1st siege of Badges, the brilliant aflhtr of Bl Bodon,8iego 
and capture of Ciudad Rodrlgo, siege end capture of BadsJos, battle of SaUmancn, capture of Madrid and 
the Retire, driving the enemy from ValladoUd to Burgoa, siege of that castle, Tarioas aflkirs on the retreat 
firom Burgoe to the frontiers of Portugal, advance In 1818, battles of Ylttorla and the Pyrenees, aetioa of 
I run, paseage of the Bldaaeoa, the NifeUe, and the Niire : advance in ltfl4, battles of Orthes and Tooloasa^ 
and erery other afidr which took place ; also the battle of Quatre Bras, retreat of the 17th June, and battle of 
Waterloo,>-BeTersly woiuded. right arm ampatated. Bis Lordship has received a cross and flve cla^ fbr 
Foentce d'Onor, Baimot, Salamanca, Ylttoria, Pyrenees, NWelle, Nlve, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

% U$ioT Black served the campaign of 1815^ incladiag the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo , at 
which last be was slightly wounded. 



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19 



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20 

16 

16 

12 

8 

8 

6 

7 

10 

17 

15 

15 

6 

6 

5 

6 

4 

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3 

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3 
2 

8 
8 
1 
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17 
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54th ( 2%a WiBft Norfolh) Regimeiit of Foot, 205 

The Sphbuf, with the wordg " MARABOUT"—" EGYPT"—" ^VA." 

Colonel. 
Sir Henry Bheehv Keating/ KCB. Sns. 31 Aug. 1703; Lieut. 31 Jan. 04; 

Capt. 8 Sept. 06 ; Mt^or, 3 Sept. 1800 ; Lieut.- CoL 1 Aug. 04 ; Col. 4 June, 

13; MqjW'Qen. 12 Aug. 10; Lieut.-Oen. 10 Jan. 37; Col. 54th Regt. 

2 SepL 41. Lieutenant'Colanel. 

9 Oai Mildmay Fane/ Ens. 11 June, 12 ; Xf . 25 Sept. 13 ; Capt. p 28 July, 14 ; 

Mqj. P 2 March, 20 ; Lt.-Col. p 12 June, 23 ; Co2. 28 June, 38. 

Mqjort. 
mJohn Clark,' KH. Ens. 2 June, 14; Lieut. 27 Nov. 21 ; Capi. P 29 Aug. 26 ; 

MfgoTf P25 Dec. 20 ; Brevet Lieut.-CoL 23 Nov. 41. 
WilUam Yorke Moore, Ens. p 15 Dec, 25 ; Lieut, p 12 Dec. 26 ; Capt. p 10 July, 

33; Mti/OTf P30 Dec. 42. 






m 



Captajits. 

WifliamCox* 

«llCharlesHill* 

9 John Norman^ 

John Ross Wheeler 

Henry Brown 

Rowland Moffat 

Seton Lionel Smith .... 

Thomas Mostyn 

Alfred Robert Margary. . 
Patrick L. C. Paget 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Qaroet Man, r 

J. Brett Chalk 

Donald Macdonald .... 
Laoneelot Edward Wood 
John Arthur Skurray . . 

William WUIiama^ 

Qeorge Ponlett 

George Cumming Miller 
John Charles llUl Jones 
Simon Pitzherbert Jacson 

Edward Neville 

Thomas Yates Ridley . . 
Francis Fane, # 

Ensigns. 

John Floyd 

Wm. Freeland Brett .... 
James Sinclair Thomson 
John S. Ferguson Fowke 
Thos. Hungerford Powell 
John Edw. Hussey Taylor 
Pridauz WUliam Oillum 
Valeu. Greatrakes Coates 



BNSIGN. 



tP 1 May 06 

12 May 14 

2 July 12 

30 July 28 

P 14 Aug. 28 

P 22 June 32 

12 Feb. 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 26 June 38 

11 Aug. 37 

13 Jan. 25 
P 12 July 27 

20 April 20 
P 21 May 20 
P 3 Aug. 38 
P SAug. 38 
P22Mar.30 
P 10 July 30 
P16Dec 40 
P26Jan. 30 

1 June 41 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P27 Aug. 41 



LIEUT. 



P 8 Aug. 

26 Nov. 
©Nov. 
P 25 Dec 
P 31 Dec. 
P 7 Aug. 
P 10 July 
P 15 Dec. 

20 Oct. 
P 6 Aug. 



07 
21 
15 
20 
20 
85 
30 
40 
40 
41 



CAPTAIN. 



21 Sept. 15 
5 Jan. 26 
July 32 
p 15 Dec 40 
p 6 Aug. 41 
p27 Aug. 41 
pdO Dec. 42 
p20SepL43 
p 27 Oct. 43 
p 12 Dec. 43 



P 17 Sept. 41 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P25NOV.42 
P 30 Dec. 42 
P 20 Sept. 43 
P 27 Oct. 43 
P 28 Oct. 43 
P 12 Dec. 43 



15 Mar. 27 
23 Feb. 31 
2 Jan. 39 
P 22 June 32 
P27 Aug. 41 
» 15 Dee. 40 
P 8 Feb. 42 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P30Dec. 42 
P 2 April 41 
P 20 Sept. 43 
P27 Oct. 43 
P 12 Dec. 43 



BUBT.-MAJ 



10 Jan. 37 
23 Nov. 41 



6 Capt Normua wm prcicDt at 
the battle of VUtuiAa, and WTarrtf 
iroaadfd and taken priaoner in lb« 
Mara PsM, In the Pjrveiiees. 

8 Capt Bartley eerrcd the Co- 

ruDna campaign, and lubaequcnUf 

in tha PcaiBMila ttvm March, IBU, 

to tha end of the war, aad wea en- 

Cafcd at Alnarai, Alba de Tonnes Bai|bar, Vlt- 

toria, Pyreneei l&th. tSth, aad ITlta July, Panpelina 

SSib aad SOth Jalp. 

S Quartcr-maaicr WiUos lerved the eampaifn of 
ltl4 In HoUand. Including the action at Menem Id 
Peb. and bombantanenc of Antwetp. Also tha eani- 
paign of 1S16. Ineludlac Ae retreat on Ihe 17th JttB*. 
battle of Waterloo* and etonning of Cambray. Served 
aflerwarda in the Burmece war, Inelnding the aetioaa 
at Mahatlee and Araean. 

. 10 Or jLnghavi aerred in the Amerifsan war. and 
wae precent at the battlea of Fort George, Chippewa, 
and at the Palls of Niagara. 

Paymaster.^llf George Hartley,* 23 June, 25 ; Ens. 25 Oct. 07 ; Lt. 13 Apr. 00 ; 
Acffutant.-^Lieut. L. £. Wood, 6 Nov. 40. [Capt. Dec. 21 . 

Quarter-Master.— 4SSi James Willox,* 27 Sept 27. 
Surgeon. — Charles Thomas Ingham,*^' M.D. 25 June, 26 ; Assistant'Surg. 16 

Aug. 10) Hosp.' Assist. 24 May, 10. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — Edward Scott Docker, 20 Dec. 40. [& Co. 

Facings Green. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox 8l Co. — Iriih Agents^ Sir B. R. Bmvugh, St., Armit 

IBetumedfrom Madras,^? August, 1840.1 

1 Sir Henry KeaUng proeaedad lo tba Weat Indies with the ftircc under Sir Cba. Grey. Batly in 1794 landed at Mar- 
tiniqae ; present at the aflkir of La Trinite, attach of Monte Bouge and Mont Calabasse (swoid am broken by a musket sh<it), 
and defMiee of Berville eamp,— skull frartured by a splinter of a shell, taken prisoner and kept on beard a prison ahip for 
eighteen nMOths, and three months subsequently a elvse prisoner at Roehelle. Proceeded to the Bast Indies in 1807 ; and 
in ISOB, in eosijunetion with ComoMMiore Bowley, planned the attack sind sueeeeded In the capture of the town and shipping 
of St Pain's in tho Isle de Bourbon. In 1810, entniated with the command of a ftiree ansoanting to 6.800 men dettlnad for 
the attack of Bonrbon ; planned and succeeded In tho eonqucss of that island, eaptavtd tha stores, ammunltlMi, and mate- 
rlolf took seren standards, the garrison laying down their arms, and surrendering tbcmselres prironars of war. Commanded 
the adennee of the amy hs the aitaek of the Isle of Praace, and was wounded in the leg by a tlirust afn sword. 

a CoL Pane scrrcd In the PenlnsuU from Dec 1818 to Mareh« 1814. Ineluding tho taaMie of Vittoria, aasanlt and capture 
of San Sebastian, and battles of the Nivc on 9 and IS Dec IS. Served also th« camf«ifn of 1816, Inelndhtg the battles of 
Qnartre Bras and Waterloo, at the fbrmer of which he was severely wounded. 

S Lieut-Cot Clark eereed the campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo and stonning of Cambray. Served alae 
fte campaigns of 1884 aad 86 in Ava, including the taking of Rangoon, Kimendine, Bamaroot a^ MahattM. Led the 
attack upon the fbrtiSed heights at Araean, and was severely wounded In the neck, arm, and left side. 

4 M^or C«a served at Travaneore In 1809, and in Ava in 1886. 

ft Major nni served the campaign of 1816, including the retreat on the Ifth ^une, batllr of Waterloo, and storming of Cam 
btay. Served also la Calfrarla In 1888 and 81 1 and afterwards in the Burmese war, tneludtng the taking of Mahattee, and Arsean, 

7 Liaul WiUiams served with the ISth in Afl%haalstan under Sir Kobert Sale thruugbout the campaign In Rohistan. 
Inrluding the capture of Toottom Dorrah, Joolghnr, Ac, and in Ibreing the pass of Khoord Cabul on the llth Oct 1841. 
He waa also at tne defence ol Jellalabad, fbr which he baa rceelved a medal. 

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8e5r"Sl0L,fS&i.] 56th ( The Westmoreland) Regt. of Foot. ["cwS.*" 

22J*^ ColoMi and AppolntmenU " CHINA," and the device of " The DragoR.'* 
Taaw'Senr. CifioML 

9 Sir William Henry CUnton,» QCB. Comst, 22 Dec 1784 ; LiaU. 7 Mar. 

87 ; Capt, 9 June, 90; Lieut.-Col. 29 Dec. 94; CM. 1 Jan. 1801 ; Ifq/or- 

Gen. 26 April, 08; Zieut.'Om. 4 June, 13; Gen. 22 July, 30: Col. 66th 

Regiment, 25 April, 14. 
Lieut,'CoU.—llf 5ir James Hohnes Schoedde,* KCB. JSnt. May, 1800; Lt. 

8 Oct. 01; Capt. P19 Sept. 06; Brev.-Mqj. 21 June, 13; MegtL-Mio. 

»»20 Jan. 26; Lxeut.-Col. P20 Mar. 29; Col. 23 Not. 41. 
Peter Edmonstone Craigie,' CB. ^?u. p3 June, 13; Lieut. P29 Sept. 14; Citpt. 

P 24 Oct. 21 ; M^jor, p 10 Aug. 26 ; Zteut.-CoL 21 Nov. $4 ; Co^ 23 l>ec. 42. 
Jf<i;Vw*.— <3harlea Warren,* CB. ^ii*. 24 Nov. 14; Lieut. 13 Nov. 18; Capt. 

P 1 Aug. 22 ; Mqfor, 21 Nov. 34 ; Brevet Lt.-Col 23 Dec. 42. 
Norman Maclean,* CB. Ene. 17 Sept. 07; Lieut. 23 Feb. 09; CapL 29 Mar. 

27 ; Brevet-Mqj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Brevet Lt.^Col. 23 Dec 42; Mf^. 4 July 43. 

Captains. 
9 Arthur O'Leary^ 



1ft 



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BirsioN. 



H. C. B. Daubcney,* CB 
John Baillie Roee*^ .... 

John Coats" 

Hector M'CaskUl 

A. Henry Chapronlere*' 
Thomas De Havilland'* 
Thomas Ancrum Heriot'^ 
OustavusTraversBrooke*' 
Fred. Amelius Whimper 

LlBUTBNAMTS. 

Hume Bdwardse 

W. Holland L. D. Cuddy* 
Henry Thomas Butlei* . . 

Qeorge Hamilton 

Edwin Oream Daniell'^. . 
Montague Barbauld'. . . . 
W. Haviland Fairtlough* 
Henry H. Warren" .... 

Edmund Pitman*' 

William Snowe" 

DanielM<Cov 

George King* 

Chas. Augustus Daniell " 
John George Schaw'^ .... 

John Frend* 

John Robert Wilton 

Fred. Sikes Daubeney'*. . 
Henry John White Egan*^ 
George Lewis Dive Amiel 

Jesse Lloyd 

John Maguire*^ 

Leslie Skynner , 



18 Apr. 11 
12 Mar. 29 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 2 Nov. 80 
29 Nov. 27 
P 14 Dec 26 
P 6 Apr. 31 
P21 Nov. 28 
P22June 32 
P2dJan. 36 

P26Jttly 33 

P31 May 33 

P 1 Nov. 33 

P 16 June 30 

P 2 Oct 36 

23 May 34 

P12 Aug. 36 

P 9 Dec 36 

P27 Jan. 37 

6 Aug. 36 

26 May 38 

P 19 Oct. 38 

P 18 Jan. 39 

P 14 June 39 

P 7 Sept. 38 

20 Dec. 38 

20 Nov. 40 

29 Nov. 39 

P20Dec. 39 

3 Dec. 41 

P 7 Feb. 40 

P 26 Oct. 41 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



Ewsioira. 
Theodore Rich. Hickson 
Wm. John James Smith 
Edw. John Tho. Montresor 
James John Gordon ... 

OeoigeMagill 

John Geo. Don Marshall 
Thomas Smith Lloyd . 
Robert Briscoe 



BBBV.-MAJ. 



23 Dec. 42 
23 Dec. 42 



1 Apr. 42 
20 May 42 

P 27 May 42 
27 Jan. 43 

P 17 Mar. 43 
14 July 43 
26 Oct. 43 



26 Jan. 14 
9 Aug. 31 

18 May 32 

'6 June 32 

4 June 32 

12 June 30 

P 16 Feb. 33 

P 6 Apr. 31 

20 Apr. 36 

P23Mar. 38 

P 7 Aug. 36 

27 Nov. 36 
P 18 Mar. 36 

22 July 36 
P 7 Sept. 38 

28 Dec. 38 

29 Dec 38 
4 Feb. 30 

P28Sept.d0 

27 Aug. 38 
P 15 Nov. 39 
P 7 Feb. 40 
P 10 Apr. 40 
n 16 Dec. 40 

20 Feb. 41 

3 Dec. 41 
P 13 May 42 

30 May 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 17 Mar. 43 

4 July 43 

14 July 43 

is' PayBAitor Daalpirft t 

Paitor ilw eampalfv la ap«ia aad** Sir J«ta 

Slcf* of niHliiiiff. PMiioMila fnm July. ISlS to 
fth. ISlli, InrlMdItif tb« battle of tb« Sltt Auc. 
lo th« PjrrcMCs, pUHff* of the BUmhs, hatti* of 
Ntvalle, operatiou In from of SI. Jcaa da tma \ and 
banlM oTiha NIrt, on ttacSch, lOch. a ISib Dm isia^ 
SO Dr. Shaakf Mrvad iha caaipalfa of 1S1« te 
Rollaad, laeludlnc Wtb Cha altatka bodi a* M< 
and tika bambardBMnt ar Aatwafpw ?« 
CliiM,aaaMita. 



27 Nov. 36 
P 28 Oct. 36 
P 7 Feb. 40 
P 10 Apr. 40 
P 16 Dec 40 

30 May 42 

Pl7Mar.43 

4 July 43 

14 July 43 
P 6 Oct. 41 



% ColoaelCnIclaMrvtdlliacaB. 
palgn of 18U tn HoUaad, iMludtaff 
tha attaeka oa McnM 
bardawt of Antwccp. 
tn Chtna, and i 
aft Aao7, Chtiiaa, aad ChfaOiaa. 

« Lt.-Cal. Wama «•• aavaraly 
wounded in action at Cea*v. Ma- 
dina. in April. IBM. As»ln aevarrlf 
woondad at Iba aMaalt mi OUnc 
Kaanf Poo, in China. 

A Lk-Col. Maclean larfad In tha 
Bameea war, inclndtng the ea^tara 
of Icfnbjrka and Mclkion. Alaa tte 
eampaiffn acalnat Iba aaiah af 
Coorg in 1884. Par bia wrrkaa fea 
China, tea note 8w 

7 M^or O^Laarr •^rne tha eaa. 
palgns 9i 1811, 11. and IS, la the 
PanlaMila, Inclodl^ iba al«ca of 
Clodad Bodrifoi, baiOa af 
BMnea, liega of 
treat the i e lhnn . 
Nepanl war, 
wmindad in an 
hai«hti or Harrlafore, lal MaRh, 
1816. Scrrcd in tha Mahraftta war 
in ISir and la Alae In Chinn at 
ABMIf « Chi 



D ^ - 27 Oct. 43 

^*SSS!llE^?^ i>"iell,» 14 March, 22 j 2iid Lieut, p 8 Nov. 21. 

Quarter^MoMter.—^emeB Wm. Grigg,« 22 June, 30. 

H^Z^^Q^^^^"^^'^^^ ^«ii*.-Airy.l7MM«h,14; 

AMiMt.-Surgi — John Stewart Smith, M.D. 22 Nov. 39. 

Thomas Graham Traquah-,** M.D. 11 Jane, 41. 
William Arden, 9 AprU, 41. 
_ Fadnga Green.— il^entf, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

^ ^^SX!lu!^M^W^!!!!!!!i*^£^^'^ '''^ ^ M»i»l 8« nriT W aad im. — d wna 
; IWMWi, 18ai%!idSM Umf'!mf'^ !>«*«. Lannoi. n«anM. C- 

.-^-^-^!L?^ .!*■**'*• IWamn, PnantM d-Obar. riagaa of Ctadad aadHgo and 
saofc Nlealle. Ki^ Ortbaa, and 1>Hd0«a.b«lZrnLanwr '"""^"" 
I a brlfadt la China at i — .— .-—.^ """"""* 






"*SSS^] ^6^ ( ^** ^^^^ Essex) Regiment of Foot 207 

<' MORO"—<< GIBRALTAR**— With the CattU and Key, << M<mtU Imlgnia CalpeJ* 

Colonel, 
Jf John Sari of Westmorland, KCB.,' JBne, 17 Dec. 03; Xf. 5 Jan. 04 ; Capi. 

3 May, 06 ; Mqfor, 20 Dec. 10; Lt.-Col 12 Dec. 11 ; Col. 4 June, 14 ; Mqfar- 

Gen. 27 May, 26 ; Lt,-Gen. 28 Jane. 38 ; Col. 66th Regt. 17 Nor. 42. 
XMuit.-Co2oiiel.— William Hawaii Eden, Ens. p31 March, 14 ; Lieut. p22 Jose, 

20; Capt PIS July, 23; ^^'or, p 29 Aug. 26; 1/MU<.-Co2. p 10 Aug. 39. 
Meters. — Peter Shadwell Norman, JBns. 9 July, 03 ; Xteu^. 2 June, 04; Capt. 

8 March, 10 ; Brevet-Mq^or, 22 July, 30 ; Regtl-Mqjor, 16 July, 37. 
Edmund Wm. Wilton Passy, Sns. 8 Apr. 26; Lieut. p30 Dec. 26; Capt. P2d 

Sept. 36 ; Mt^or, p 12 Sept. 43. 



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Captaivs. 

Nicholas Palmer ' 

Cha. O'Conor Higgina.. 

John Wegg ... * 

Ralph Piggott Ince .... 

John Churlewood ....... 

Henry Wm.- Paget, «, . . 
Henry Bruce fiuday . . 
Wm. Adam Conran ..... 

Thomas Johnes Smith • . 
Soulden Oakeley 

LlBUTBNAlTTS. 

Rich. Walter Iiicy.« .... 

James WaddcU 

Lewis Charles Connin . . 
Arthur Wm. Byles .... 
Thomas Wallace Fraser. . 

George Wm. Paty 

George Raban 

Richard Anderson 

Edward Frederick Hare 
James S. Hawker Farrer 
John Stratford Saunders 
Wm. George Margesson 
Hugh Whitchurch Austin 

Ensigns. 
Fox Maule Ramsay .... 
CharlesEdmund Thornton 
George Scott Hanson . . 

Edward Wlngfield 

Alex. George Woodford 

William Fred. Ward 

Carlisle H. Spedding. . . . 



BNSION. 



11 Not. 13 

31 Dec. 06 

PlSDec. 28 

28 Sept. 16 

P2dApr. 29 

14 Dec. 32 

13 June 30 

Pll Oct. 31 

P 1 Aug. 34 

P28 June 36 

23 Mar. 32 
P 6 Feb. 36 
P 17 Mar. 37 

17 Nov. 37 

30 Aug. 39 
P 6 Sept. 39 

31 Jan. 40 
8 Jan. 41 
9 Jan. 41 

2 Apr. 41 

1 June 41 

P 16 July 41 

28 Jan. 42 

P 18 Feb. 42 
PdO Dec. 42 
P 7 Apr. 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 2 June 43 
P 18 Aug. 43 
P 12 Sept. 43 



LI BUT 



3 May 21 

14 July 08 

10 Mar. 33 

8 Apr. 26 

P 1 Aug. 34 

P 1 May 36 

28 Oct. 34 

P20 May 36 

P24Feb. 37 

P 6 Sept 39 

16 Sept 37 

2 May 38 

2 Apr. 41 

16 Apr. 41 

10 Dec. 41 

P 18 Feb. 42 

P 30 Dec. 42 

P 7 Apr. 43 

P 12 May 43 

P 2 June 43 

P 18 Aug. 43 

P 12 Sept 43 

P22 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBY.-ICAJ. 



28 June 38 
23 Not. 41 



P26 May 26 
6 Mar. 27 
P20 May 36 
26 June 37 
P 6 Sept. 39 
P 3 July 40 
P 18 Feb. 42 
P30Dec. 42 
P 12 Sept 43 
P22Dec. 43 

2 M^)or PAlmer ierr«d the 
campaign of 1814 in Holland, 
Including the attack np >n the 
Tillage of Menem, ISUk Jan., 
abo second attack and capture 
9d Feb., when hi« regt. captured 
twj guna; bombardment of the 
French fleet in the 8cheHt,fh>m 
Sd to 0th Feb. Actireljr engag- 
ed at Fort Frederick on the 
Scheldt, 8Sd March, in imped* 
Ing the paesage of French line 
of batUeahIpe to Fort LiUo, for 
the purpoee of throwing prori- 
•lont and aislttanoe Into the 
garrison. Again employed on 
the same dut/ 25th March 
following. 



Paynuuter. — Stephen Lawson, 6 Jan. 43 ; Ens. 26 Dec. 34 ; Lieut. 22 Jan. 39. 

At^futant.^Lieut. Rich. Walter Lacy, 29 Dec. 37. 

Quarter^Maeter. — Thomas Debenham, 17 Feb. 36. 

Surgeon. — Michael Ryan, M.D. 9 Apr. 41 ; Attitt.-Surg. 16 June, 26; Hotp." 

AsHst. 10 Mar. 26. 
Assistant'Surgeon.-^TX^ Stewart Campbell, M. D. 20 Feb. 36. 

Fadngt Turple.-^Agenti, MeserB. Cox & Co. — Irieh Agents, 5tr E. R. Borough, 

Bart.y Armit U Co. 

[Returned frmn North America, 21 July, 1842.] 

1 Lord Weetmoiland Mnred In I60S— 8, as Aide-de-Camp to lieut-Oeneral Don on the expedition to 
HiuioTer. In 1806—7, as Aieiatant-Adjntant-General in Sicily; on board Admiral Sir J. Duckworth's fleet 
iu the action at the paaaage of the Dardanelles, and tlM destruction of the Turkish fleet, lying ofl' the castles; 
in the actions before Constantinople at the island of Prota, and at the repaasage of the fleet through the 
Dardanelles. In Egypt as Assistant- A^Jutant-Oeneral with the force under Mijor-Oeneral Wauchope, at 
the flrst Btormhig of the town of Rosetta, and in the retreat; and subsequently in the lecond attack and 
si^e of that place, with the force vnder M^)or-Oeneral Sir W. Stewart. In 1806, served In Portugal as 
Afsistant-A4Jutant-0eneraI in the army commanded by Sir Arthur Wellesley, In the afbir In the front of 
Obidoe, and in the battles of Roleia and Vlmiera. In 1800, serred as extra Alde-de-Camp to Lord Wellington, 
and was present at the battle of Talarera. In 1810, with the 8rd Dragoon Onards, in the campaign in Por- 
tugal, Including Che retreat to Torres Yedras, battle of Boiaco, and advance to Santarem. In Sept. 18 la, 
prooeeded on a mission as Military Commiasioner to the head-quarters of the allied armies, under Prince 
Schwarsenberg, in Germany. Served at the siege of Hunlnguen, and the campaign of 1814 in France, in- 
cluding the taking of Langres, the battles of La Rothiere and Brtenue, capture of Troyes, aflUrs of Mormant 
and Nangls, in front of Bray, defence of Troyes, when attacked by Bonaparte SSrd Feb. ; bdttle of Bar-eur- 
Aube, the subeequent affair npon the Barce, re-capture of Troyes, baltlei of An.'is*sur-Anbe and of Fere 
Champenoise. advance upon and battle of Paris, and capture of tliat city. As His Majesty's Envoy Extraor- 
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary al the Court of Tuscany, served with the Austrian army in the campain 
agaiast Naples, in 1815, including the battles of Tolenlino and Marcerata. Signed, in ooi^unction wRh 
KItId Mannal Blanchi, who commanded the Austrian army, tha Military convention by which the kingdom 
Of Jfapias was rstCoNd to its Sovereign, King Ferdlnsnd. 



Yean'Serr. 



46 



g^tir^SasS.] Sm {The West Middkiex) Begt. Of Foot i^^^.SSl'' 

** ALBUHXRA" — ^*' VITTORIA" — ^* PlTBBNSBfl" — " BriTBLLB" — ^** HIV*" — ^'^PSMlMttULA." 

9«iaZ7^ ^(m. ;Sfr Henry Hwdlnge,' KCB. £^8 0<$t 1796; Lieut, 95 Har. 

1802 : Capt. 7 Apr. 04 ; Mt^jor^ 13 Apr. 00 ; Lieut.-CoL 30 May, 11 ; Col. 

19 July* 31 ; Mqf.'Gtn. S2 July, 30 : Xaeut,'Getu S3 Nov. 41 ; Col. 57th 

Regt. 31 May, 43. Lieut.-ColonsU. 

9 James Allan,' CB. Ens, p 1 Jan. 95 ; Lieut, P 18 Mar. 95 ; Capt, r 10 Sept. 

09 ; MqioTf p 90 July 00 -, Breoet'Lieut.-CM. 4 June, 14 ; BegtULUut.'Col. 

29 June, 28 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 

8 Oct. 



Full 



43 



38 

46 



19 



19 
18 
19 
27 
24 
14 
21 
12 
19 
12 

18 
18 
16 
13 
10 
9 
9 
8 
7 
7 
7 
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5 
6 
7 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 



Half 
Pay. 



Oft 



George B. Jones,* KH. Ens. 16 June, 06 ; Lieut. 16 April, 07 ; Capt. p 

12; Brev.'Mqi.22 July. 30; Regt.-Mqj. P4Dec. 32; Ueut.'Col. p8 Nor. 33. 

Mqjors.—^ Robert Hunt,^ Bnt. P25, Jan. 98 ; Lieut. 6 Nov. 09 ; Capt. 11 May, 
09 ; Brecet'Mqfor, 22 July, 30 ; Begtl.-Mqjor,^ Sept. 30. 

John Weech Randolph, Ens. 26 Jan. 25; Lieut: p 17 Nov. 25; Capt. p 9 Dec. 
28 ; Brevet' Major ^ 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqjorj p 31 Dec. 41. 



Captains. 

Thomas Shadforth 

Clark Maries Caldwell . . 

Wniiam John Saunders. . 

2^ Thomas Bainbrigge 

8 9 "^^^^ Ovens* 

Henry Oahaa 






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3 
2 
2 
8 
2 
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8 

7 

2 

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3 
7 

7 



ENSIUN. 



iHennr HiU 
Richard Mordeslcy Best 

QeoT^e Edwards 

Frederick Hall Jackson . . 

LlBUTBSIAIfTS. 

Leonard Smith" 

Wm. Justin Mac Carthy 

William Tranter 

Henry Montagu Smyth . . 

Laiigford Frost, r 

Edward A. Thos. Lynch 

Edward Stanley 

Geo. Henry Hunt. 

John M'Namee. 

John Ahmnty 

Fred. C. W. Fitzpetrick 

Warren Ahmuty 

Henry Braddel Croker . . 

Loftus Cassidy 

Clement Swetenham 

David Edw. Armstrong. . 

WiUiamlnglis 

Robert Hunt 

Rob. Wm.S. Raper Hunton 

James Morphett 

Robert Abraham Logan 



8 Apr. 25 
12 Jan. 26 

9 Apr. 25 
24 May 15 

2 July 12 
P 13 JuiM 30 
31 July 23 
P 20 Apr. 82 
P 1 Apr. 19 
P.IO Feb. S2 



JLIEQT. 



PlOOct. 26 
P27 Apr. 27 
P 12 Feb. 30 
P 3 Apr. 23 

5 July 14 
P15 Juae32 

8 Aug. 26 
P 16 Jan. 35| 
25 Oct. 27 
PId June 84 























10 Aug. 26 
15Ju»e 15 
Pll Dec 28 

7 June 31 
12 Aug. 34 

P20 Mar. 35 

8 May 35 
P 8 Jan. 36 

20 Jan. 87 

17 Nov. 37 

20 Oct. 37 

P 16 Feb. 88 

P25Jan. 39 

P 9 Nov. 38 

31 Mar. 37 

25 Dec. 38 

7 Feb. 40 

4 Sept. 40 

P30Oct. 40 

15 Dec 40 



Bmsiokb. 
JustinSdw. D. MacCarthy 

John Henr}- Chads 

Rob. T. Schuts Boug hton 
Richard Aubin Croker . . 
Fred. Geo. Wra. Pearon 
Cha.Gasper Dav.Aunesley 
Geofige Armstrong . . . . 
Frederick Qahan 



26 Oct. 41 



22 Nov. 27 

30 Sept. 30 

P 12 Apr. 31 

P20 Mar. 85 

9 Sept. 37 

6 May 38 

10 June 88 
P 9 Nov. 88 

25 Oct. 39 

P 6 Mar. 40 

27 Apr. 40 

25 Aug. 40 

Pl5J)ec 40 

11 June 41 
2 July 41 

11 Sept. 41 
P31 Dec 41 

12 Feb. 42 
20 May 42 

1 Nov. 42 
8 Mar. 43\ 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 12 Apr. 81 
P25Jan. 81 
P 12 Apr. 83 
1 Aug. 35 
9 Sept 87 
P 6 Mar. 40 

11 Sept 41 
P 7 June 89 

11 Feb. 42 
P24Feb. 48 

a Col. iMlM WM pwft at CW 
eaptoint of tbc C«p» of Good Hopa 
In 17tl&» And nibwoacBUy In ISOSr 
iMlodi^ fbr teltlr 9t Blucbrrs. 
•crvfdtfaewlMlcariiM Ujmmtmm 
pirifn of 1799. laehMliac tb« tattle tf 
Man4v lljr, tteg* and Mom of Sc> 
liogmiMUaB, tor whieb he bat r»> 
cHTt4 a medal. BnffacMi *■ the 
pumitaiMlditpcrttenartb* B*tat 
Dinideah, and all bli fenc* i ttit 
■ tduc > h« Md mcu p» ri a n of tVwB* 
qvclMr . and tbm whoU of th« 
•ottUiern Polygar «rar Ia ISOOl 
Serrfd in tb« Peutasula ftroai ISIO 
fit tba aod of tbt « v, and «ai pre- 
MO( aX Ibc dcfcnc* oT Cadil, *hrre 
be eemmandffd alifbt taltalInD and 
«a« ttalleaMd on the b*i(bli ot 
lata Leoa to ataema Mar»hal 
Soair* torcc: ba waa affemmrda 
prMTBt fn tbt acHoot of VIr Bl. 
gvm and TMtaa. and at tbe hmMm 
of Toidaoaa, liar wUkh be baa f«- 
eelTed a Medal. 

4 M^. Ilimt'a arrvleet : Bape- 
dMfln ta Baaoeer In 1S0^ sad to 
Madelia In 1808^ CaBM»ifB •ad 
battle of ConuBa. Peabwda* fKn* 
Feb. 1811 to tbe Old of Ae 
In tbe 



40. 



41 



16 Dec. 

9 Jan. 

P 31 Dec 41 

P 13 Feb. 42 

27 May 42 

1 Nov. 42 

8 Nor. 42 

P 8 Mar. 43 



ft Cbpl. Ovcoa ■eraed In tbe Pentaaida, trtm Nov. 
1811 to tbe end oftbe war. laeludtaf tba battlce rf Vii. 
t(»rla. Pampelima (wounded), NIvcU*. Ortbea a 
lonaa. lenrad attkaaqntnlly la tbe 
dudlnir fbe action at Plattaburvb. 

• Lieut. L. Smitb aervcU ba tbe Bui 

7 Mr. Banter aerrrd In mrdlcal ebaifc of tbe 
Belgaum field farce in Canars. In 1817. Alto m 
mrdicAl ebaiva of ibe Qu««n'a aojali durinc tbe 
canpai«n In Aflkbanklan and Prbwrhistaa. te- 
eludln« (be capture oC Ghaanee and Kbctat. Medal 



fbr Ghaanee. 

P«y»Mijier.— John Potter, 30 June 43 ; Ens. 22 April, 36 ; U. 10 Mar. 80. 
At^utant.^Lieut. John M'Namce, 11 Sept. 41. 

Quarter'Matter.—Dsiyid Morrow, 30 Jnne 48 ; Ens. 7 Jan. 42 ; Lt. 24 »h. 49. 
Surgeon.— Bobert Hope Alston Hunter,' 2 July, 41 ; Assist. -Surg. 15 June, 30 ; 

Hosp.'AstUt. 10 Jan. 27. 
Assistant-Suroeons. — James Jackson, 11 June 41. 

Frederick HobBon Clark, 15 Sept 87. 
Thomas BisseU, M.D. 10 Nov. 37. 



Facings Yellow.— iiy^nf*, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

I Mr BtWT Bardtage tareed tbrauf boat ibe wbote of tbe Peain«*lar war. nearly «^rJf*?ji«Jj*I]|3L35. 
MM Oa»..l f tbe Puatiwueae anny. a«l waa pretmt at tbe battle, of Bolela ■»* V»«*rVfT??^h 
ta«^ Goruwa. pamge^rSe Oonfo. batUe nf Suaaeo. line* of Torre. Vwlraa. bM«e «f .^»>"f^|'*?'*_^ 
Ma. alece awl cnytaie oT Ciadad lodrifo. M siefe oT BaiUjua. baittea rf S a l a m a ne n. VINerta (aeeefuy 
hM. tbe Pytenaaa, NWcUe. Nlee, aud Ortbea. ierrod rt«o ibe eavpalgn of ISIS, and wm 
tiin«i_ toft bairf asMtated. Sir Henry baa recrtved a cnaa aad Sv« cUiya. ^ .^ «wi. .^ 

81Lto«t.-OiL iMaa arrTid witb tbe eapodltlan to Sowlb Aawrlci, in I8S7 t •« *• ••P*^*'*? !*• *1 




PfMea, IB UIS. 



l35Xlt?"£S2S!S"l S8th {The Rutlandshire) Regmeta of Foot 



209 



'* OIBRALTAR»-.wlth the CoftU 4md Key^ '' MontU Insiffnia Calpe^— The Sphinx, with 
tiie woitU "EGYPT*'— "MAIDA"— "SALAMANCA"— "VITTORIA"— 
" PYBBNEBS"— « KIVBLLE"— " ORTHES"— ^* PENINSULA." 



Tean* Benr. 


65 


FitU 


Half 


Pay. 


P»y. 


25 


1) 


19 





18 


tt 


13 





11 





86 


5 


10 





18 


A 








16 





8 





10 





8 





8 





8 





6 





6 





6 





6 





8 





5 





6 





7 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 


u 


U 





6 





2 





11 





6 





1 






ColaneL 
9 Frederick Maitland,^ JSns, I Sept. 1770 ; Lieut. 10 Sept 82 ; Capt 2 Dec. 89 ; 

Mi0or, 21 Aug. 03; Lieut.-CoL 2 July^ 04; Col 1 Jan. 1800; M^jar-Qen, 

30 Oct. 05 ; Lieut.'Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Oen. 25 May, 25 ; CoL 68th B^iment, 

11 Dec. 33. Lieut.'CoUmeU 

Robert Henry VTynyard, Ens. 25 Feb. 10; LieuU p 17 July 23 ; CapU p 20 May 

26; Mqjor, 25 July 41 ; Lieut.-Coh p 30 Dec. 42. 
Jfq/or«.— Cyprian Bridge, Bns. 8 April, 25; Lieut, P31 Jan. 28; Capt P16 

Dec. 36; Mqjor, pSO Dec. 42. 
Charles Augustus Amey, Em. p5 Not. 25; Lieut. pO Aug. 31 ; Capt. PI July, 

37 ; Jf^yor, p 12 May, 43. 



Captains. 

Wm. Edward Grant . 
Geo. Ponsonby Hume 

Henry Matson 

Joseph Henry Laye . 
Jonas Pasley Hardy . 
Cha. Larallln Nugent 
Andrew Hamilton Russell 
Richard Denny 



Wm. Wild Jos. Cockcraft 8 Apr. 



BNdl&N. 



P 23 Dec. 31 
P 28 June 33 

16 Sept. 13 
P 2 May 34 

20 Sept. 25 
P21 Aug. 35 

18 Jan. 28 
P 13 May d6jP12 0ct. 



Charles Wm. Thompson 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Charles Dresing 

Alexander Macleod Hay 
Cha. Chester Master . . 
Henry Colin Balneavis, r. 
John Alex. Cha. Petley • . 

JohnM<Lerie 

Alfred Rush 

Isaac Rhodes Cooper . . 
Michael Lionel Westropp 
Wm. Henry MoreSimmons 
Cha. St. John S. Herbert 
George Hyde Page 
J. D. M. Bidwell Edwards 
Ensimns. 

Thomas Pedder 

Robert Main 

Leslie Jenkins Thompson 
Fra.RobertChesterMaster 
Fred. Dobson Middleton 
Edward Oliyer Barker . . 
Christophilus Garstin . . 
Hans Thomas Fell White 



P 23 Dec. 



25 
36 



P 10 Feb. 36 
P22 July 36 
P 6 July 38 
7 July 38 
P 12 Oct. 38 

28 Dec. 38 
P 16 July 36 
P23 Apr. 30 
P 20 Sept. 39 

10 Mar. 37 
P26Mar. 41 
P 23 Apr. 41 

30 Apr. 41 

P 16 Apr. 41 
P26 June41 

17 Sept. 41 
P22 Nov. 42 

30 Dec. 42 
PSl Dec. 42 
P 27 Jan. 43 
P 12 May 43 



LIEUT. 



I 



P 13 May 36 
P 16 Dec. 36 

2 June 14 
1 Dec. 37 

3 Not. 26 

4 Feb. 38 
23 July 34 

38 
26 
30 



P22 Apr. 
P 8 May 



2 June 38 

10 Oct. 38 

P 2 Oct. 40 

P26Mar. 41 

P26 June41 

27 June 41 

13 July 41 

P 16 Nov. 41 

20 Dec. 42 

30 June 30 

P 27 Jan. 43 

P 12 May 43 

P 23 June 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 23 Apr. 30 
P20 Sept. 30 

30 Nov. 38 
P26 Mar. 41 

25 June 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
Pdl Dec. 41 
P 30 Dec. 42 

20 July 30 
P12May 43 



BREV.-MAJ. 



Paymaster.— '9 Tho. Wchardson Timbrell,* 25 Oct. 42 ; Qr.-Matter, 19 Nov. 30. 
Ac^utant.^LietU. Jphn M'Lerie, 28 Dec. 38. 
QuaWer-Afo^er.— Edward Kirby, 25 Oct. 42 ; Eru. 25 Oct. 42. 
Surgeon — Chilley Pine,^ 5 Dec. 43 ; Atsiet.-Surg. 2 Aug. 33. 
Assist. 'Surgeons. — Richard Bannatine, 17 Sept. 30. 

Thomas Moore Philson, M.D., 6 Oct 43. 
Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Eetumedfirom Ceylon, 23 June, 1830.] 

lUltlaad Mired at Um fallaf of Olbnitar la lysi ; «m1 «•■ nhMqucnay ftir mtDj jr*an MlUUfj Secretary to Sir 
Ealph AbetcttNDbic tn tiM Wcit IndlM ( ud during about 30 yemrB* service la that tllmate, he <rae at the redueUon of every 
f flyiH taken by the Btltlih amt i and comnaaded attbe Salntet. In 1811, be «■• removed, \^ oidere from bona, ttomx tb« 
OwerBmcM of Gnnada to the McdltennacHi, wbcre he eommaaded the British army until the arrival of Lord W. Bentlnck i 
^ 1^ aubaeqiieally took a fbree of tra tliouMad men from Slefly co the eastern coast of ^paln. Medal for Martinlqnc. 

4 PaymMter Thnbrell waa preeest. aa a volantecr, with the old 94th, at battles of the Nlvc on the 9th, lOtk. Ulh 
and ISA Dee. ISIS \ and at the aetton at Sauveterre. battles of Ortb s and Toulouse, and othrr minor affairs in tke South 
of Vraswe, aa an BmlKn, wifh the 87th Baghneat. 

6 Mr piaeserred with the Ulh on the China eipeditioQ, and waa ivaaent at the Srst capture of Cfana«ii,attafek and capture 
«r Anwy, repnlM nf the night altaek on Ntngpo, attack and capture of 8<«oa]i, Cbapotv """g**** end Wooiung, and Chin 
KUng Foe 



I Oca 



i 



BctdQoArtcn^ 



2 10 59th (The 2nd Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Foot. [; 

'*CAPB OF GOOD HOPE" — "CORUNNA" — " JAVA" — "VITTORIA** 
— " ST, SEBASTIAN "— " WIVE "— « PENINSULA"- « BHUBTPORB." 



Yeara'Senr. 



47 



FuU 
Paf. 



38 
37 



35 



Hal/ 
Pbj. 



20 


A 


19 





16 





14 





13 





12 





10 





17 





10 





7 





13 





13 





13 


18i 


10 





17 


A 














8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





10 





7 





3 





19 





7 





6 






CoUmA. 
9 Hon. Sir Robert Lawrence Dondas/ KCB. Stid lAeut. 1 Dec. 97 ; lAeut. 

2 May 00; CapU 6 Aug. 02; Mqjar 14 July 04 ; Lieut, CoL 11 April II ; 

Col, 19 July 21 ; MtJor^Oen, 22 July 30 ; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; CoLSOlh^ 

16 June, 40. Lieut. -CoUmeh 

Frencia Fuller,* Eiu. 16 Jan. 06 ; Lieut, 1 1 Oct. 07 ; Capt, p 13 Feb. 12 ; Brevet^ 

Mq^or, 22 July, 30; Resftl.-Mqjor, 4 Aug. 30; Lieut.-Cd, P22 Aug. 34. 
Afq/or#.— Duncan Gordon,' Eru. 30 July. 07 ; Lieut. 9 June, 08 ; Capt. 20 

April, 15; Mqjor^ p4 July, 34. 
9 mi Nicholas Hovenden,' Ens. 6 April, 09; Lieut. 12 Dee. 11; Capt. 19 

Jan. 26; Mqjor, P22 Aug. 34. 



Captains. 

Wm. Fuller 

Geo. Netherton Harward 
Henry Hope Graham. . . . 
Arnold £. Burmeater .... 
Geo. F. F. Bonghey .... 
Edw. Henry Poyntz .... 
Wm. Wynne Lodder .... 

Henry Butler 

Hon. Jas. Pierce Maxwell 
Hon. Adolph.B.P.GraTefl 

LlBUTEMAlTTS. 

Adam J. Laing Peebles, r. 

Thomas Smith 

9 Edw. Jas. Taylor^ .... 

Henry Perrott 

John Matcham Isaac .... 

Wm. Fulton 

Henry W. Gordon, t. . . 

John Tomline 

Thomas Peebles 

J. Herbert Clay 

Fra. Fuller 

Cha. Townshend Wilson 
Joseph de Montmorency 

Ensigns. 
Robert Charles Holmes 

Geo. Newcomen 

Richard Jesse Lloyd .... 
Wm. Aug. Murray Prior 
Edw. Gamage Byam . . . 

James Leyne 

Mathew Pennefiither Uoy d 
Charles Kendal Bushe . 



BNSION. I UBUT. 



25 Mar. 24 
P 3 Not. 25 
P 15 Oct. 29 

31 Aug. 30 
P 1 Not. 31 
P 7 Sept. 32 
P 7 Mar. 34 
P 16 May 27 
P 6 June 34 
neTer 

12 Apr. 31 
Pl3Sept.31 

81 Dec 12 

P 7 Not. 34 

4 Not. 26 

P 10 Apr. 35 

28 Aug. 35 
P 4 June 36 
P 17 Mar. 37 
P 6 May 37 
PlOMar. 38 
P 11 Oct. 39 
PUAng. 40 

P20NoT. 40 
P 5 Feb 41 
P 6 Feb. 41 

16 Apr. 41 
P25 June41 

20 May 42 
P30Dec. 42 



6 Jan. 20 
P24 Aug. 26 

7 Sept. 32 
7 Mar. 84 

PU July 34 
P22 Aug. 34 
P 5 June 35 

7 Sept. 32 
P 5 May 37 

3 Feb. 37 

P 13 June 34 

P 4 July 34 

28 Sept 14 

P 1 June 38 

3 Sept. 29 
P 11 Oct. 39 
P 14 Aug. 40 
P 5 Feb. 41 
P 6 Feb. 41 

9 Apr. 41 
P25June41 
P30Dec. 42 
P 14 Apr. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBT.-1KAJ. 



P 9 July 29 
P 2 Not. 30 
P 7 Not. 34 
P 16 Mar. .36 
P 1 June 38 
r 5 Feb. 41 
P 6 Feb. 41 
P 19 Mar. 41 
P 25 June 41 
P 13 May 42 



t LlauL Tkylfor prtorio i 
the army wnrad u • mkUhfi 

In w t tM 'M w a t te 
ISOS. 8«rTedtBthtM«ilierrT«Ma 
from S«pC 181S 10 the cml or 
war in IBU. laelvdlac 
of iIm BIdaMoa. teutas of Iko Ml- 
*«llo aad St. Pc, am 



P 14 Apr. 43 < 
Paymiuf«r.— Rob.CarterBamford,25NoT.42; J5rfU.P6Sept.34; X<.P12Jnly,39. 
A(^utant.'-Lieut. Tlio. Peebles, 1 April, 42. 
QtMrtor^Afiufer.— William Macdonald, 21 May, 41. 
^Kr^ecm.— Tho. Williams, M.D., 26 Jan. 41 ; Asiiet.^^rff. 28 Sept. 26; Hoep.^ 

Atsitt, 9 ffoj. 25. / 

Attitt.'Surgi. — Frederick Roberts, 11 Aug. 37. 

Nicholas O'Connor, M.D. 5 Apr. 39 

Facing White.— ^^enlf, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[Bttumed from Barhadoee^ VJth Dee. 1843.] 

1 Sir aalbtft Ihndas wrrod as aa Baciaofr oOcot la North BoOand to I7N. IndaSteff tbo actiom of tho S^h A^.. tOtk 
a«l Itib SOVC. and aad flih Occ Tho BgypOaa caaapalgB of ISOl. aad waa pccacaC la iho acMoa uf itac Stal Mafoh. SottvI 
with ite aoyal Staff Cm^ fea lb* North of Oonaaay la lS«w SahMVMVtly la Iha PoatawU from the bcttaaiag of Vim, 
aad was prcaMl at *o balilot of TaUvcia. Butaoob P^Mstta d*Oaar, lilimMin, Tlnerta, tho r fua o ta , tho NItoUo. tho 
NIvo, aad Toaloaao. Sir aobcrt has moivod a crom aad thrcv elaspa. 

fl U. Oet. ralicr was attho takhw af M a ra is ar ta tho Islaad af Oolohoa, Slh iwo. lSt«. 
fMl^ f I of Bhartpoto la 18Sft aad %, 

S lUf iw Ooidoa asrrcd at tbo caftaio of tho Ida of rrmm 
of rort Ooraolias. Strvod alao at tho sloflo aad coftaia of Bhartpoto. 

4 lUlor Ho*oadca sorvod la*e Pilaiiils. tarn Aaf. ISlt lo Nor. IStS, 

SI Aaf. ISIS. whOK ho was soooaoly waaadod. Pw wat at Watotleob 

i«riSI7aBdll^aalwaa 



1810. aad of Java la ISll. a^ was 



or 
or 



1st Batt. HMd Qn. at Dublin. -i 
9d do. do. at Jamaica. I 
DrpAl, at Belturbet. J 



60th ( The Kins^i Royal Rifle Carps.) 2 1 1 



*' Celer «t aydax.** 




Tcan'Serv. 




47 


61 


Full 


Half 


Pa,. 


Pay. 






24 


«* 


22 


5 


20 





20 





20 





20 





18 


1* 


10 





17 


A 


16 





17 





13 


12« 


29 


^A 


19 





17 





16 





16 





16 





10 





11 





15 





12 





11 





13 





7 





22 


6A 



Colonel-4n-Chief, 
Field Manhal His Royal Highness A. F. Duke of Cambridge, 22 Jan. 27. 

Colonels Commandant. 

1 9 5tr William Gabriel Davy/ CB. KCH. Bns. March, 07 ; Lieut. 22 May, 97 ; 
Capt, 1 Jan. 02 ; Mqfor,6 Feb. 07 ; Lieut,'CoL 28 Dec. 00 -, Col 12 Aug. 19 ; 
Mi^or-Gen. 22 Jaly, 30; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 -, Col 60th Rifles, 2 Nov. 42. 

2 9 i9ir Wm. Cornwallis Eiutace/ CB. KCH. Lieut, 27 Sept 83 ; Capt. 24 Dec. 
02; Jfq;or, 17 March, 08; Lieut.-Col 23 Aug. 10 ; Col 12 Auar. 19 ; Mqjor- 
Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lieut.-Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Col 60th Rifles, 7*April, 43. 

Lieut.-Colonels. 

1 Walter Trevelyan, 2nd Lieut. 18 Nov. 17 ; Lieut. 26 Sept. 26; Capt. 
P19 Sept. 26; Mqjar, P28 Dec. 32; Lieut.-Col 10 Aug. 41. 

2 Wemyss Thomas Cockbum, Comet, ^ 22 May, 17 ; Lieut, P 10 Dec. 18 ; Capt. 
P26Dee.22; 3f(7;.P26Nov.28;^rev.X^-Co/.23Nov.41; Xf.-Co/. 23 Apr. 42. 

Majors.— I Cosby Lewis Nesbitt, 2nd Lieut. 27 Mar. 24; Lieut. P2 June, 26; 

Capt. P 18 Dec. 28 ; Mifjor, 10 Aug. 41. 
2 Hon. George Augustus Spencer, 2nd Lieut, p 12 Feb. 24 ; Lieut, p 16 June, 26 ; 

Capt. P 19 Dec. 26 ; Mqjor, 17 Auff. 41. 
2 Thomas Crombie, JSns. p 12 Aug. 24 ; Lieut, p 8 April, 26 ; Capt. p 18 May, 32 ; 

lf<{7or, P 16 Nov. ^. 
1 John Sutton Wilford,2ful Lieut. P19 Nov. 24; Lieut. P26 Dec. 26; Capt. 

P 2 Nov. 30 ; Mqfor, 23 April, 42. 



Captains. 



1 

2 

2 

1 

2 

1 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 



Randal Rumley,f. .... 
Freeman Murray, s, . . 
Edward Carter Gifibrd 
Harrington Trevelyan 
James St John Munro 

John Temple 

Joseph Robinson .... 
Chas. Howe Spence . . 
Henry Bingham .... 

John Jones 

Wm. Fanshaw Bedford 
Thomas Townsend «... 
Andrew Carden, s. . . 
Robert Aldridge .... 
Hon. H. Lyttle. Powys 
Walling Everard .... 
Fra. Roger Palmer . . 
John Kenn. Mackenzie 
EdwardMissendenLove 
James Thomas 



2d libut. 



P30Dec. 
P 24 Feb. 

28 Nov. 
P 16 April 
P 29 Mar. 
P 14 May 

21 Apr. 

20 April 
P 30 April 
p 12 June 
P18 Dec. 

24 Jan. 
P 14 Mar. 
9 July 
P 2 April 
P 7 Sept. 
P 16 Mar. 
P 16 Dec. 
P 23 June 
P 6 Dec. 



24 

26 
26 
29 
27 
18 
14 
26 
27 
28 
28 
28 
34 
30 
29 
32 
33 
31 
37 
16 



LIBUT. 



P 8 
P 8 

P 8 
P24 
P 9 
P21 
P18 
P28 
P28 
P 2 
P28 
20 
P 4 
P29 
P19 
P16 
P24 
P16 
P17 
9 



Oct. 26 
April 26 
Feb. 31 
Aug. 32 
Aug. 32 
Oct. 24 
Nov. 24 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 32 
Dec. 31 
June 33 
June 33 
Dec. 36 
May 36 
Sept. 34 
May 36 
April 36 
Sept. 36 
Aug. 38 
April 26 



CAPTAIN. 



P14 Aug. 27 
P21 Dec, 32 
P 9 Oct. 86 
P 7AprU87 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P28Jan. 26 
7 June 39 

24 May 41 

26 June 41 
P 16 July 41 
P 23 July 41 

10 Aug. 41 
P 30 Dec. 40 
P 24 Sept. 41 

17 Aug. 41 
P16 Nov. 41 
P 11 Mar. 42 

23 Apr. 42 

P20 Dec. 42 

7 Aug. 40 



BRBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



28 Nov. 41 



23 Nov. 41 



1 Sir WUUant Davy commanded the 5th battalion of the;eOlh at tht battles of Rolela, Yimlera, and 
•Talnvcra, for which he haa received a mcdai and one clasp. 

9 Sir William Eustace was at the batttes of Ross and Vinegar Hill, and at Wexford, and all through the 
Irish rebellion, in 1798. Went to Naples with Sir James Craig; from thence to Sicily and Calabria, and 
^^ W^ ^*^" ■***"" ^ landing in St. Eufemia Bay, the battle of Maida, and sie^e of Scylla. Com- 
manded the Chasseurs Britanniqnes at the battle of Fuentet d'Onor, the siege of San ChristoTal, battle of 
Baiamanca, capture of Madrid, defence of Olnios in front of Burgos, various engagements on the retreat 
from thence, actions in the Pyrenees (lererely wounded Slst August), and Tarious other aAlrs, !n one of 
which he TO wounded, and In another he had a hone killed under him. Medal and one clasp for Puentes 
d*Onor and Salamanca. 



Yearn' 8«rT 



full I HMir 



P«) 



10 

9 
9 
9 

8 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
4 
8 
8 
6 
8 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

9 
8 
8 
3 
8 
3 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 



85 



16 



P*y. 

















































eOth ( 7^ KiTiff^s Royal BiJU Corps.) 



9 





3 





9 





2 





18 





18 





9 





6 





8 






l8T LlBUTBNAMTd. 

2 Webbe Butlec 

1 Thomas Mitchell 

1 Henry Holbech 

2 £r0;».J.E.H.Tharlow,£f.j9iit. 

1 Wm. Mark Wood 

1 James Douglas 

1 Hon. Adrian Hope 

1 Cha. Wm. H. Sotheby 

1 Bich. F.Waldo Sibthorp .. 

2 Aug. Richard Saunders .... 

2 Wm. QrenfeU 

2 Tho. Somers Armstrong . . 

2 Douglas Jones, d. adj 

2 Charles Napier North .... 

1 John Wingfield S. Fraser . . 

2 John Francis Jones' 

1 Ashton Mosley 

2 Henry Friend Kennedy .... 
2 Fred. Marcus Callaghan. . . . 

1 Henry Robinson 

1 Qeorge Clapoott 

2iro LiBUTS. 

1 Geo. Waldegraye Bligh .... 

2 Godfrey Rhodes 

2 Stephen Kenny 



2nd libut. 



1 Qibbes Rigaud 

1 Edw.FiUGer.Campbell. . . 

1 Eustace Henry Rose ..... 

2 Peter BurtonRoe 

1 William Roche 

1 Wm. Percival Salmon . . . 

2 James Fraser 

1 George Vavasour , 

2 Bdward Cozen ......... 

1 Edw. Rowland Forman . . 

2 Henry Saunders 

2 Henry Lawrie Bruyeres. . . 
2 WiUiam Biddulph Parker 

2 John Warburton > 

2 Wm.FergusonLaingMeason 
1 JohnBaUie 

1 Randle Joseph Feilden . . . 

2 George Bingham Jennings 



P19 Sept. 34 
27 Feb. 35 
P29 May 35 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 22 July 86 
P17 Aug. 38 
P23 Nov. 38 
P25Dec. 38 
P 20 Sept. 39 
P 12 June 40 
P 3 July 40 
P28 July 40 
P30 Dec. 36 
20 May 36 
never 
P21 Oct 36 
P28 Aug. 40 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 9 Oct. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
29 Dec. 40 

12 Mar. 41 
P 19 Mar. 41 
8 June 41 
PU June 41 
2 July 41 
P 16 July 41 
P 23 July 41 
P17 Aug. 41 
P27 Aug. 41 
P 10 Sept. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 

14 Oct 41 
P 15 Oct. 41 
Pdl Dec. 41 
P 1 1 Mar. 42 

20 Muy 42 

17 June 42 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P20 Dec. 42 
P 31 Mar. 43 
P 21 July 43 



LIBUT. 



P 15 Dec. 40 

29 Dec. 40 

4 Mar. 41 

P 19 Mar. 41 

24 May 41 

P 16 July 41 

P 23 Apr. 41 

17 Aug. 41 

P10SepL41 

P 14 Oct. 41 

P 14 Oct. 41 

PI6N0V. 41 

26 Nov. 41 

28 Dec. 38 

P 19 July 39 

P 12 Apr. 39 

Pll Mar. 42 

7 Apr. 42 

23 Apr. 42 

P20 Dec. 42 

P31 Mar. 43 



8 Li«>at. J. P. Joirat 
•enred in the ITth dorinff 
the campslgu in All^han- 
iBUn and B^loocbUtan, 
und>T Lord Kmuic, and 
was engaged al the ■tonn 
and capture of OkmnAe 
and Khelat. 



4 Capt. Coxen lerved a I the ticgv of 
FloihJnf in ItMlQ, and eubcequently In ibe 
Peninsula, including the lines of Torree 
Vedras, actiuna at Pomlial, Redinlia, Mi- 
ranQo de Corro, Ponte de Riioux, Sabugiil, 
and Almeida ; battle of Puentet d'Onor, 
•lege and storm of Cfudad Rodrigo^ slegt 
and storm of Bad^os, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madtid, actions at Zamamot 
and San Milan, battle of Vltloria, actiona 
of LpMca, Vera bridge and heights ; battJas 
of Nlvelle. Nive, (from Mb to lath Dte.) 
and Ortliae ; and afikir at Tarbes. Senrca 
also the carapaijni of 1816, and waa se* 
vereljr wounded in the kn«« at Waterloo. 

5 Quarter-Master Branoan ferred in th« 
Peninsula, Prance, and Planden, tmm 
July 1800, to the end of the war, Ineludlng 
the battle of Bosaco ; 1st siege of Bad^oa ; 
battle of Albuheni (eeverely wonnded) ; 
actions of Arroyo del Molinoa and Castla 
Murronitoi battles of Vlttoria (sligfatly 
wounded), the Pyrenees, 7th, lOUi, 2ftth, 
and 81st July, Nireile, Nlre, 0th Dee., and 
before Bayonna ISth Dae. (dlghtly wovnd- 
ed\ St. Palais, Ortlic% Lambeigci, T6i»- 
louw, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo. 



Paymasters. 

1 9 OB Edward Coxen/ 9 Feb. 26; ^nd Lieut. 6 April, 09 ; Lieui. 28 June, 10 ; 
Capt. 8 April, 25. 

2 William Henry FiUgerald, 20 Sept. 39 ; Bns. 17 Jan. 28; Lieut. ^31 May, 33. 

At^jutanis. 

1 First Lieut. Thomas MitcbeU, 27 Feb. 35. 

2 Second Lieut. Stephen Kenny, 9 May, 43. 

Quarter-Masters. 

2 9 QiB John Brannan,* 18 Sept. 35; Em. 5 Sept. 35. 

1 Thomas Berrey, 29 March, 42. 

Surgeons. [17 Aug. 26. 

2 Charles Robert Boyes, M.D. 2 July 41 ; Aas^-Surg. 22 Not. 27 ; Hosp.-A9S. 
Augustus Henry Cowen/ 2 July 41 ; J. <S. 29 July 80; H.A.2 Not. 26. 

Atsistant'Surffeons. 
2 DaTid Morice, M.D. 29 May, 35. 
2 Johnstone Thomson Richardson, M.D. 1 Feb^ 39 
I Thomas Cowan, MD. 17 Sept. 41. 

f\si Battalion returned from Zante, 9 June^ 1840.] 
2vul Battalion embarked for For. Service^ 15 Dee. 85. Serving at Jamaica.] 
Begimsntals Green — Facings Scarlet — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents^ Sir B. R. 

Borough, Bart., Armlt k Co. 

6 Mr. Oowsn tentd with the Foics trnploysd agalatt Om Ri^ah of Ooorg^ In April liM. 
212 



atiSlSr] 61st {The South Gloucestershire) Begt. of Foot. 213 

The Sphinx, with the worda, "EGYPT"— "TALA VERA "—"SALAMANCA "— 

" PY RENEES "— " NIVELLE "— " NIVE "— " 0RTHE8 "— « TOULOUSE "— 

«' PENINSULA "—Flank Companies, « MAIDA.' 



>» 



Toan* SeiT. 



53 



Full 
Pbj. 



36 



35 
31 



Half 







10 





10 





18 





17 





18 





18 





13 





U 





17 


lA 


10 





10 











8 





7 





7 





3 





4 





3 





16 





6 





2 





2 





4 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





35 











4 





21 


"* 


5 






CoUmel. 
9 Sir John Oaidmer,! KCB. Ens, 23 Nov. 01 ; Lieut, 12 July, 03; Capt. 17 

May, 06; Mtytyr, 18 Dec. 06; Lieut.-Coi. 20 Oct 00; Col. 12 Aug. 10 

Mqjor-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. Olst R^t. 30 Mar. 40 

Lieut.^Colanel. 
Henry Bumside,^ Ens. 8 Oct 07; Lieut. 18 Feb. 08; Capt. P13 Nov. 17 

Brevet'Mqj'or, 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjor, 28 June, 38 ; Lieut.-Col. May, 43. 
Mqfor$.^9 Alexander M'Leod,^ Ens. 3 Aug. 00; Lieut, p 12 Dec. 11 ; Capt 

P31 Dec. 25 ; Erevet-Mqjor, 28 June, 38 ; Mqjor, 1 Jan. 42. 
Rob. Norris Vemer, Ens. Dec. 13; Lieut. 30 Dec. 10; Capt. p 8 Oct 30 ; 

JIf q/or, May, 43. 



Captains. 

Frederick Barlow 

William Jones « 

J. Barry Thomas 

James Campbell 

Richard Qloster 

Wm. Henry Vicars 

Cha.F. Hutchinson Mayne 
John Thomas Bligh .... 

William Ward 

William M. de Butts. . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Fra. John Stephens .... 
Cha. Clement Deacon . . 
Thomas Hussey Burgh . . 
Tho. Wright Hudson . . 

Tho. N. Dalton 

John Fortescue Brickdale 

John Josiah Hort 

James Massey 

Thomas James Dobson. . 
Tho. Philip H. Fitzmayer 
John Patrick Redmond 

William Maycock 

Hen.Hugh M'K. Fleming* 

Ensigns. 
Wm.Edw.Durand Deacon 
EdwardThomasWickham 

Wmiam Hudson 

Charles Rowley Piatt . . 
Hen. B. Hillman Bumslde 

Andrew Grant 

Richard MaunseU 

Fred. Holbrooke Peat 



ENSIGN. 



' 



8 Apr. 25 

10 Apr. 25 

P30Dec. 26 

22 Feb. 27 

P17Aug. 26 

P 26 Sept 26 

P 12 Apr. 31 

P 28 Sept 30 

P 18 July 28 

24 Jan. 34 

P 12 Sept 34 
P28 Aug. 35 
P 20 July 36 
P 16 June 37 

22 Sept 37 
8 Jan. 41 

20 Nov. 40 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P 14 Dec. 26 

28 Dec. 38 

7 Jan. 42 

8 Jan. 42 
20 May 40 

3 June 42 

P 10 Aug. 42 

P 20 Aug. 42 

P 30 Sept 42 

27 Dec. 42 

2 June 43 
P 20 Sept 43 



LIEUT. 



P 8 Apr. 26 
P12Dec 26 
P Sept 28 

1 Apr. 31 
18 Feb. 30 

P 12 Apr, 31 
P 13 Feb. 35 
P 5 Feb. 36 
P 4 Dec. 32 

23 May 37 

24 May 37 
P 2 Dec. 37 
P 20 Nov. 38 

30 Oct 40 

14 Dec. 40 

P 20 Aug. 42 

P 30 Sept 42 

2 June 43 
P26NOY. 30 

16 July 41 
P 20 Sept 43 
P30Sept43 
p 27 May 42 



CAPTAIN. 



BREY.-MAJ 



P 12 Sept 34 

P24NOV.35 

P22 Nov. 36 

P25 Dec. 38 

P31 Dec 30 

7 Jan. 42 

P 30 Sept 42 

P 2 Dec. 42 

May 43 

12 Dec. 43 



fl Lieut. Fleming lerred with 
the 4Isi during the whole of 
the campaign of 1842 in Aff- 
ghanittan, and was present 
in the engagements of the 
98th March and 88th April 
In the Pisheen Valley, in that 
near Candahar, at Goaine, and 
before Ohum6e ; oecupatioa 
and destructiOB of titat fortress 
and of Cabal, expedition into 
Kohlstan, storm, captare, and 
destroction of Istaliff, and in 
the various minor affairs in and 
between the Bolan and th« 
Khjrber Passes. 



7 Paymaster Toole served in the Peninsula 
tnm Pisb. 1810 to March 18U, including the 
battles of Busaoo, and Fuentes d'Onor ; siege 
of Forts at, and battle of Salamanca (severely 
wounded in the left arm) ; battles of the Pyre- 
nees (88th, 80th, 80th and Slst July) and NIvelle, 
where he was severely wounded in the right leg. 



P 80 Sept 43/ 
Pay?iuM^«r.— -9 Archer Toole,^ 1 May, 28; En$. 11 May, 00; Lieut. 30 Jan. 12, 
A^utant. — lAeut. C. C. Deacon, 2 June, 43. 

Qr..ilfcft^6r.— Michael Wall, 16 Feb. 41 ; Ens. 6 Nor. 40. [Assist. 10 June, 12. 
11^ i^uryeon.— James Smith, M.D. 15 Feb. 30; Assist.-Surg. 25 Sept 12 ; Hosp.^ 
Assist.'Surgeon. — Franda Charles Annesley, 17 Sept. 30. 
Facings Bjiff.-^Agents, Messrs. Coz & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir B. B. Borough, Bt. 

Armit| & Co. 
[Balmned from Ceylon, 4th March, 1840.] 

I Sir John Oaidiner served in Lord Moira's expedition in Flanders and Holland in 1704 and 90. Actively 
employed in the West Indies, firom 1705 to 1808. Accompanied the expedition to Walcheren in 1800. 
Served In the Peolnsola during 1818 and 14, and commanded a brigade at the battles of the Nivelle and 
Orthes, for which he has received a medal and a clasp. Commanded the Infantry Brigade that took pos- 
session of Bourdcaux, and in the various operations which took place In the neighbourhood of that town 
nntU the embarkation of the army for America. 

4 Lt.-Col. Bomside served at the c^tnre of Martinique, and siege of Fort Desaix, March 1800 ; capture of 
Ouadaloape in 1810 ; and campaigns of 1818 and 14 in Canada. 

6 M^lor M'Leod served the whole of the campaigns of 1810 and 11, first half of 181S» and the latter part 
of 1814, in the Peninsula, including the bftttles of Busaoo, and FMntes d'Onor, 8rd and 6th Hay 1811, 
and ail the other operationi. 

t P 



Jr^Si'j'oTrSK] 62nd ( The Wiltshire) Regt. of Foot. 

" PENINSULA." 



[Serrliig «t DlMpore, 



Years' Sonr 



61 



Pull 
Pay. 



20 



21 
19 



32 



18 
16 
13 
26 
16 
12 
11 
20 
13 
11 

18 

11 

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11 

10 

9 

7 

9 

8 

7 

7 

6 

a 

8 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 
6 
3 



Half 
Pay. 



4^ 


















































3 





4 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





26 





7 





10 





12 





4 





3 





3 






ColOMl. 

9 Sir John Fonter Fitzgerald,^ KCB. EnM, 29 Oct. 93 ; Lieui. 31 Jan. 94 ; 

Capt. May, 04 ; Mqjory 26 Sept. 03 ; Lteui.-CoL 26 July, 10 ; Col 12 Aog. 

19; Mqjor-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lt.-Gcn, 23 Nov. 41 ; Coh 62nd, 21 Nov. 43. 
Lieut, 'Colofielt. — S110 Thomas Reed', Comet, 26 Aug. 13 ; Lieut, p 2 May, 16 ; 

Cffp^Pl0Feb.24; Jlfry*. P15 June,26; Z^^ Cot. p 11 Aug. 20; Co/. 23 No. 41. 
Hon. Thomas Ashburnham, Ens, & Lieut, p 30 Jan. 23 ; Lieut, U Capt. p 22 June, 

26; Capt. & Lieut, -Col. p27 Mar. 36. 
A/Vyor#.— Wm. T. Shortt, Ent. 26 March, 26; Lieut. P30 Dec. 26; Capi.9^ 

Feb. 29; Mt^or, 16 April, 41. 
9 Henry Astier,^ Ens, 26 Nov. 12 ; Lieut. 24 Jan. 26 ; Capt. 20 May, 36 ; 

Mqjor, 27 Dec. 42. 



Captains. 
George Herbert Clarke. . 
William Ambrose Pender 

Wm. Mathias 

Thos. Donaldson Price^ . . 
Samuel Wood Graves .... 
George Edward Olpherts 
John Moore Napier .... 
Charles Wm. Sibley • .. 

George Evatt 

Donald G. Angus Darroch 

Lieutenants. 
John Hen.Tho. Hutchins^ 

Henry WeUs 

Alexander Macleod 

Robert Shearman 

Griffin Nicholas 

Tliomas Knox Scott .... 

John F. Egar 

Arth. Maynard Herbert 

WUUam M*Nair 

Gteorge Sims.. 

Charles Young. 

Lennard Barrett Tyler. . 

Robert Qubbtns* 

Fred. Thornton Raikes . . 

Wm. F. Dickson, s 

Henry Meade Hamilton 
John Burton Forster .... 
Keating Edmund Hillier 

Charles Lambert 

Henry S. M. D.Fulton.. 
Nicholas Henry Flood . . 
Arthur Murray 

Ensigns. 
Edw. Seppiugs Harrison 
John A. Macdougall .... 
Wm. Jas. Alex. J. Sinclair 

Michael Kclly*^ 

WMlliam Lenox Ingmll . . 
Mnrdock John Gregorson 
Aylmer Strangford Craig 
Rob. Humphrey Haviland 



ENSIGN. 



P 8 Apr. 26 
P 26 June 29 
P 8 Feb. 31 
P 8 Dec. 08 
P 6 Nov. 29 
P 20 Jan. 32 
P31 May 33 
27 Nov. 24 
30 Dec. 31 
P22Mar. 33 

8 Nov. 26 
P 8 Mar. 33 
PlOMar. 33 
P 20 Sept. 33 

8 Apr. 34 
P 13 Mar. 36 
p 10 June 37 
P13NOV. 36 

2 Dec. 36 

10 Mar. 37 

P28 Nov. 37 



LIEUT. 



P 7 June 27 

3 Mar. 33 

P29Mar. 33 

30 Apr. 12 
3 Aug. 33 

12 Oct. 33 
P20 May 36 

16 Oct. 26 

21 Sept. 33 
P 26 Aug. 36 

8 Apr. 34 

P 11 July 34 

P 13 Mar. 36 

29 Aug. 36 

26 May 36 

P16 June37 

P 14 Sept. 38 

14 Dec. 38 

16 Dec. 38 

16 Dec. 38 

P22 Nov. . 09 



P 23 Mar. 38 1 18 July 40 



P 14 Sept. 38 

1 Apr. 36 

26 Jan. 39 

P 9 Aug. 31) 

P22 Nov. 39 

P 8 Mav 40 

20 Nov. 40 

8 Jan. 41 

4 Oct. 39 

31 Dec. 41 



17 Aug. 41 
6 Mar. 40 
8 Nov. 42 

26 Dec. 42 

27 Dec 42 
17 Mar. 43 
31 Mar. 43 

> 4 Aug. 43 



CAPTAIN. I BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 4 Sept 36 

P 12 Jan. 38 

P 16 Mar. 38 

28 Aug. 38 

18 July 40 
P 16 April 41 
P 4 Mar. 42 

19 Aug. 42 
28 Dec. 42 

P 16 Apr. 42 

e CapUin SIMty wnrcd Ib tb* 
Banneae war. 

7 LieaU Hulchlai terrfd Ib Om 
DumaeM war a« votaftMrr with Hbm 
87tb rertnent. 

B LicQC OubUm irrrcd In the 
Aaglo SpaaWb L«gloB durfaif IBU^ 
M, and S7i and was c^(a(«d la 
every aetton la which hU rrgC 
took part, laeludlBf tho operallow 
on tha hdffhta of ArUhaa, ISch. 
irtb. and ISch Jan.. aliklr near 
Vittorla, iVtk March, Monntar Um 
llnet of San SebortSan, lAch May. 
paiMfe of tha Unmea and enptat* 
of Paiiafea, fS May, defenea of 
tbc liuca, SIM May. ivpnlM of iha 
enemy, 6lh JwMb rfrnnnoiaann 
towanla PoaUrabIa, 1 1th Jnly. and 
fcnaral acUon of Ut Oct. lflK| 
aetlons of the MMh, 15(h, and l6th 
Mareh and 16th May, taUnf Her- 
nani, loTcathig and •tomlog Inm. 
He bat ncclrcd a Croos and two 
Mcdala. 

9 LIcnL Ovy(Qr..MaaterXwrTed 
In the Peninsula, fhm Sept. ISIS to 
the eonclutloo of (be war, and waa 
pretent at the baUlt of tha Nlve. 
and action at the Mayof*ft Houaa. 

10 Bns. KeUy •erred In the Mth 
LIf ht (nfbntty wHb the army of tho 

iDdtta. and hi AflMfhanlaUn fkwm IStS to IMS, taKlndlac 
the ttorm and capture of Gbun>ee(lett knee contused), 
fort! of Tootumdurrah and Jboolfhur, nlifht attach on 
the lines at Cbardnrrah, and other sklinitihes In thn 
Koltlstan of Csbool i forcing the Khcord Cabool and 
Jugdulluck pusses, aflklr at Tcscen, and the nduetloa 
of Mamoo Kail, InTrstment of Jellalabad and the varl. 
oua sorties tnm thence, attack on Mahomed AkhM^ 
eamp. re-eapture of Cabool, stotBlnc (ha bcichlB of 
JufduUuek, and feneral action at Teieen. He baa r»> 
eeleed a Medal for Obusnao, another fbr Jdlalahod, 
and a third for tho r»>captui« of CabeoU 



2 Sept. 40 

16 Dvc. 40 

5 Ji!ly 41 

i'20 0.t. 41 

31 D.^. 41 

7Srpt.42 

7 B<pt.42 

1 Nov. 42 

29 Apr. 42 

P 4 Aug. 43 



Paymaster.— C. H. J. Lane, 24 Jan. 29 ; JE^. 26 Mar. 18 ; lAeut. p 27 May, 24. 
Adjutant. — Lieut, George Sims, 31 Oct. 38. 

Qt«irfer-Jlf«#/er.— 9Wm.Guy,» 8 April. 36 ; ^n*. 2 May, 34; Zieu/.27May,36. 
.9ur^«on.~Robcrt Wood, 24 Nov. 43 ; Assist.-Surg. 31 Aug. 32. 
Assistant' Surgeons. — Richarrl Geo. Davve Banon, 30 Oct. 40. 

Standford M<Vittie Lloyd, 6 March, 41. 

Wm. Rutherford, 2 July, 41. 
Facings Buff. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox dc Co. 

I sir Jote P. Fitsfferald eomrniiMled a light battalion and a brlgad* In tha PcnUMnla, aaA haa rvotlrtd a 
Badajos, Salamanca, Vittorla. anit tha Py rentes 

fl Calonel leed swred the campaicn of ISIft. Iaeludfa« the battle of Waleiloo. 

S Major Astier sMvcd In d»e PeolnsuU from IBIS to the end of tha nar, includfaiff tha battlea of Vittorla. tha 
Nlvelle, Nl«e. Orthes, and Toulouse. 

S Captain Price tenrrd In the Aneriean war, Inrlodtng the aetloQ and taking of Ofdenaburg, actions of Messasaguy. Port 
Oaorge, Stoney Creek, Lundjr's Lane, Niagara, Chl|ipe»a, who* be swam across the river to teeeire a flag of tnieo, wMiA 
■e other person would do at the time ; sCnrmtnc of bnake Hill, and action of Port Brio. Slightly wonndad In the shouUeT !■ 
a Mroo mad* by tha cnamy la troat of Fort Erla. 

014 



Emb 

Service, 



63 



PuU 
Pay. 



Half 
Pay. 



iJi%''S!^:] 63rrf ( The West Suffolk) Regimeni of Foot [^J^' V^S!: 

-; " EGMO NT-OP-ZEE"— " MARTINIQUE"—" GUADALOUPE." 

Yean'Serv. c'^;^^^; _^ni. Dyott,> Eiis. 14 Mar. 1781 ; Lteut,^ May, 82; Capt, 25 April, 

93; M(y. 19 May,94j Lt.-CoL 18 Sept, 94; Col, 1 Jan. 1800; Mqj'Gen. 26 

April, 08 ; Lieut,-Gm, 4 June, 13 ; Gen. 22 July, 30; Col. 03rd, 7 April, 25. 
Lieut.'ColoneU.—Jf 51® Joseph Logan," £iw. 20 Dec. 99; Lieut. 8 Aug. 01 ; 

Capt. 2 Feb. 09; Brevet-Mtyor, 18 June, 16; Begtl.-Mqjor, 27 July, 26; 

Lieut.'Col. PIT Dec. 29 ; CoL 23 Nov. 4 1. 
James W. Fairtlough,^ J!?n«. P20 Aug. 02; LietU. p24 May, 04; Capt. p 14 Mar. 

05 ; Brev.-M(0. 12 Aug. 19 ; Regtl.-MqjoTy p 26 May, 26 ; Lt.-CoL 1 7 Sept. 33. 
Mqjor$. — Arthur Cunllffe Pole, Ens. p? Nov. 26; Lieut. 6 June, 30; Capt. 

P 18 Oct. 33 ; Mqjarj p 1 Dec. 37. 
9 ^m Park Percy Neville,* Ens. 29 Mar. 10; Lieut. 17 July, 11 ; Capt. 27 

Nov. 35 ; Affl|;<ir, p 16 July, 41. 



44 
42 
18 
34 











* 



27 


6 


23 


6 


27 


8 


19 





15 





84 


13A 


13 





14 





12 





15 





13 


16 


10 


12 


11 





11 





11 





11 





10 





9 





9 





7 





7 





8 





7 





7 





6 





10 





4 





4 





5 





6 





3 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





19 





7 





4 





19 





5 





3 





3 






Captains. 
9 Qffl Anth. Q. Sedley' 
Wm. Marcus Carew .... 

9 Henry Croly® 

George Green' 

Ezham S. T. Swyny .... 

John Foulston" 

Henry Joseph Swyny . . 
Andrew Timbrell Allan . . 
Augustus Fred. Codd .... 
Wm. James Darling .... 

LlBUTBJTANTS. 

Cha. Higginbotham .... 
Humphrey W.Coultman, r 

Thomas Harries 

Hen. R. Seymour .... 

John Thorp 

Fra. Mostyn Owen .... 
Patrick Lindesay .... 

Vesey Berdmore 

Gust. Nicolls Harrison, s. 
CharlesEdwardFairtlough 
James Considine .... 
Wm. James Hutcliins 

Wm. Fred. Carter 

Henry Lees 

S. Fra. Cha. Annesley 
Compton Chas.Domvile,«. 
Fra. Charles Annesley 
W.G. LangrisheCrowther 
Mar. Colling wood Hughes 

Luke Mahon 

Wm. Frederick Lowrie.. 
Power Le Poer Bookey. . 

Ensigns. 
Tho. Brisbane Masterson 
Robert Penrice Ford. . . . 
George Aug. Bannatyne . . 

James Fairtlough 

Charles Harland Bell . . 

Richard Taylor 

James Shortall Macauley 
Arthur J. Le Grand . . 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



1 Aug. 11 

4 Oct. 15 
27 Apr. 09 

7 Apr. 25 
1 Oct. 29 
1 Feb. 07 

P 2 Dec. 31 
29 Sept. 30 

P21 Dec. 32 

5 Feb. 29 

P29 Junel5 

1 Nov. 16 
P 19 July 33 

20.Sept.33 
P27 Sept. 33 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P21 Feb. 34 
9 Jan. 35 
P 5 June 35 
P12 May 37 

26 July 37 

2 Dec. 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P27 Dec. 37 
P 6 July 38 
Pl6May 34 
P 15 Dec. 40 

20 Oct. 40 

P 8 Nov. 39 

P 23 Nov. 39 

2 April 41 

P 15 Dec. 40 



16 AprU 41 
P 16 July 41 
P 13 May 42 
P 8 Nov. 42 

24 Mar. 43 

17 Aug. 43 

18 Aug. 43 



16 July 12 

16 Nov. 26 

10 June 13 

29 June 27 

P17 Oct. 33 

29 Sept. 08 

P 18 Oct. 33 

P28 Dec. 32 

P21 Feb. 34 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.-MAjr. 



5 Captain Scd- 
l«y wrred in the 
Peninsula, firom 
Mar. ISlfltoDee. 
1813, ineludiuf 
the takinst of the 
forta and the aflUr 
of the Guarvna. 
battle of Sala- 
manca, action! at 
Osma, Sabttganna 
de MorriUa (M- 



22 May 35 

22 Aug. 36 

21 Apr. 37 

P 10 Nov. 37 

P 8 Aug. 38 

31 Dec. 39 

P 16 July 41 

P31 Dec. 41 

P 13 May 42 

19 Sept 33 1 20 April 43 

verrly wounded through the lunfft), 
and Pyrenees, Slet Aug. Wounded 
on the IBtb June at Waterloo. 
Served alto in the Burmese war, 
during the latter part of which he 
waa detached with the eommand of 
two companies to keep open the 
communication on the Irawaddjr 
between Rangoon and the army 
under Sir Archibald CampbelL 

6 Capt. Croly served at the elega 
of Flushing, in 1809 ; battery Bring 
In tiie Straiu of Messina, In 1811 1 
in the Peninsula, (Vom June, 181S, 
to the end of (he war, Including the 
batUe of CaeUlla ^ siege of Tkrra> 
gona, ditto, Ind investment, retreat 
from Villa Franca, and Investment 
of Barcelona. Served lubeequently 
in the American war. 

7 Capuin Oreen served In the 
Burmese war. 

8 Capt Fonlston served during 
the Kandlan war in Ceylon In 1808, 
4, and 6, including tiie capture of 
Kandy : — wounded in the leg In 
repulsing an attack of the enemy on 
the SOth Jime, 180S. At the capture 
of Travanoore In 1809 i of Bour- 
bon and the Isle of Prance in 
1810; and of Java In 1811,— 

wounded on the 10th of August, when eummanding the 
advance piquet. At the capture of Kandy in Ceylon 
on the 3rd Feb. 1815, and oo the 18th of the same 
month drove the king of Kandy Into the hands of « 
fbrce which took him prisoner. Served la the subse« 
quent rebellion during 1817 and 18. Present at the 
storming of Ghuanee on the Ord July. 1839, and wa4 
the individual offlcer who ordered the advaaee to b4 
sounded after the bugln had sounded the retreat. Wa4 
embarked with a detachment onboard the Ntreide fHgat^ 
under Sir Nesbit WiUoughby, destined for the redno* 
tlon of Isle de la Passe, and was Uken prisoner at th« 
n R a ♦ yiO rorrender of that ship after a most severe action with a 
11* O »epi. 4^ French squadron on the «3rd Aug. 1810. 

Pay»kMf^.— Richard Lane, 29 Sept. 37 ; Ens. p23 June, 25 ; Lieut. 25 Oct. 27 ; 
Adjjutant.—Lieut. C. E. Fairtlough, 20 April, 43. iCapt. P16 March, 32. 

Quarter-Master. — Bdward Joyce, 9 Oct. 40 ; Ens. 4 Sept. 40. 
Surg.— John Strange Chapman,** 5 Oct. 41 ; A.-S. 28 Sept. 26 ; H.-AAG Dec.25. 
Assist. -Surgeons.--John Samuel Charlton, 1 March, 39. 

Egerton James Pratt, 11 June, 41. 

John Edward Stephen, MD. 5 Oct. 41. 
Facings Green. — Agent, George Samuel CoUyer, Esq. 

I Oen. Dyott served in the West Indies in 1798 » in Egypt 1801 ; and at Walcheren, In 1809. 

t Col. Logan served with the expedition to Hanover in 1805 , to Copenb^en in 1807 ; the Conxnna campaign, and rabaMiucnUy 
in the Peninsula, fhim 1818 to the end of the war. Wounded at Waterloo whilst in command of the 2d battaliof* Rifle Brigade. 

> Lt • CoL Fairtlough served at the bombardment of Ter Vere, and siege and capture of Flushing in 1809. A1k» at Ota rapture 
of Guadeloupe in 1815. , mo 

4 Malor Neville served in the Penlarala, ftom July 1810. to May. 1818, including the siege of Cadli. »>»ttje of ^r?* 
d'Onor, 3rd and 5th May : sieges of Cludad Rodrigo and BadnJoa (severely wounded in the head and leg) . batOe of SaU. 
manea, and siege of Bntgos, where he was severely wounded through Uie left shoulder in the storm of the Bret une or tlia 
eastle, 4th Oct. 181J. Served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombardment of Antwerp, and assault on 
Bergen-op-Zoom. Present at Waterloo. Served also In .the Deccan war. Including the capture of Asseerghur. Attached 
to the Nizam's troops at the capture of a predatory force in the Deccan. 11th Dee. isao. r^^^. 

II Ur rh.mn.n urr»<i ihrniurhout the camoaiKn in AifKhanistan. and was present at the storm and eaptiarc ortbeiortieu 



20 Sept. 33 
20 Sept 33 
P 2 May 34 
P20Feb. 35 
P 5 June 35 
P 6 Nov. 35 
P 5 Feb. 36 
22 Aug. 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P31 Dec. 39 
P31 May 39 

1 Dec. 40 

2 April 41 
8 Apr. 41 

P17 Aug. 41 

f 9 Nov. 38 

P 13 May 42 

25 May 42 

1 Nov. 42 

1 Nov. 42 

20 April 43 

P 25 Nov. 42 



216 6Ath {The 2nd Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot. 



tRead Quartcn, 



Yeart'Senr. 


46 


Full 


Half 


p«r. 


Pay. 


31 


A 


23 


U 


18 





21 





18 





17 





14 





13 





13 





16 





13 


24^ 


10 











14 





13 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





a 





4 





4 





6 





3 





8 





3 






























34 


©A 


6 





6 





18 





9 






" ST. LUCIA**— " SURINAM." 



Colonel, 



9 Sir Rich. Bourke,* KCB. Ent. 22 No?. 1706; Lieut. & Capt, 25 Nor. 00; 

Mqjar, 27 Aug. 1806 ; Lieut.-CoL 16 Sept. 06; Col. 4 June, 14; Mqjor.-Qtn. 

10 July, 21 ; Lieut.'Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 64th Regt 29 Not. 37. 

Lieut.Cohmel. 
9 Severufl Wm. Lynam Stretton,' .fi^. 11 June, 12; Lieut. 6 Jul 14; Capt. 

P 13 Aug. 26; Mqjor^ p2 Dec. 31 ; Lieut^-Col. P 6 May, 42. 

Majors. 
Hon. Geo. Augustus Browne, Ens. P27 April, 20; Lieut. P28 Aug. 23; Capt. 

P31 Dec. 26; Major, PI Dec. 37. 
George Duberly, Ens. p28 Jan. 26; Lieut. P24 Dec. 29; Capt. P23 Aug. 33 ; 

M({jor, P 20 Sept. 43. 



Captains. 

James Draper, s 

Maximilian J. Western . . 
£dw. Curtis Fownes .... 

Wm. John James 

Charles Norris 

Q. C. Beresford Stirling 
D'Oyly Wm. Battley . . 

Barry Fox 

Fred. Arthur Errington. . 
Ambrose Barcroft Parker 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

John Canavan 

H. AIL Cumberlege .... 

Ramsay H. Smith 

W. W. Lyttieton 

Hon. Q. F. W. Ydrerton 

Wm. Baillie Jopp 

Fra. Henry Kilvington . . 

Thomas Sthrling 

Willoughby Harco. Carter 

George Horrocks 

H. M. Browne Willesford 
Charles Scott Jeffery. . . . 
Geo. W.Powlett Bingham 

Eifsioifs. 
Qeo. Latham Maddison 
Hon. James Lyon Browne 
Isaac Temple Twining . 
William Stephens . I .. . 

Robert Hockler 

Wm. Sinclair de Conrcy 
John Buchanan Bume . 
William Calvert Dunn . 



BNSION. 



LIEUT. 



18 Dec. 23 
P 10 June 26 
P 16 Feb. 27 
P 20 July 30 
P 26 Feb. 31 
P 16 Aug. 31 
2 Apr. 29 
IJan. 07 
P21 Feb. 34 
P13Mar. 36 

22 July 30 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P 1 July 36 
P 14 Apr. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 6 July 38 
P20July 38 
P23Apr. 39 
P 4 Oct 39 
P 18 May 38 
P 3 July 40 
P17 Nov. 40 
P 16 Feb. 38 

P 8 Jan. 41 

P 14 Jan. 42 

20 May 42 

P 17 Feb. 43 

12 Sept. 43 

22 Sept. 43 

P29Sept.43 

Pl6Dec« 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P24 Dec. 29 
P29Dec. 36 
P 4 Nov. 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P23 Apr. 39 
P20Dec. 39 
P 17 Nov. 40 
7 Dec. 16 
P 6 May 42 
P 29 Sept. 43 



BREV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



P 19 Nov. 26 
P 8 June 30 
P 8 June 30 
P 20 Apr. 32 
P23 Aug. 33 
P 11 July 34 

22 Aug. 34 
10 Jan. 08 

P 1 July 36 
29 Nov. 37 

23 Aug. 34 
22 Apr. 36 

P 6 July 38 
P23 Apr. 39 

9 May 40 
P17 Nov. 40 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P 6 May 42 
P 2 July 41 

8 April 42 

3 Aug. 43 
P 29 Sept. 43 

8 April 42 



la whkh Uw UlMr 
wm iMSUm and dlspencd i and on Uw nm* daie iM 
eawmaaOaA the oatiytec piqiMC la « alsM Ulack tnm 
tiMguTlMoori 



t L«.-Col. StKtkm MTTcd tti# < 
pftllM of ISIS and It iB the 
saU, wlUi the 6Mh Light laftatiy. 
•ad WM Mrrrely woanded ■! tt« 
banto of Vlttorta hy two gaa ihoti 
lodged ia the body, om oT vhtah 
has not heea estnded. 

4 Cape Raktoa waa eaiharfctd 
wlthadeCaehaaeBtorthoMtt Light 
Dragooaa la tha ootward booad 
ladlaa Seet, wbteh 
wHh a 

Admiral Llnela, off the 
Maaritfat, 6lh Aag. ISOftk aad la 
whl^ the caemy were btalfa eC 
Oa the Slh Aag. ISOS, be led the 
advaaecd equadiaa of his 
la aettoo with the labela 



P<»viiUtff«r.~John Ralston/ 29 Dec. 26; C0ni«r,p6July,O4; Xtm^.lO July,06; 

Capt. 26 May, 14. 
A{ffutant.-^Lieut. W. Harconrt Carter, 3 Aug. 43. 

Quarter-Master.-^KmeB Howes, 6 Sept. 30. [0 Mar. Sa 

Surffeon.-~Wm. Smith, 2 July, 41; Assist.-Surg. 28 Sept. 26; Hosp.^ Assist. 
Assistant'Surffeans.^Boh. Keith Kynock, 4 Dec. 36. 

IBetumedftvm North America 20 July, 43.] 
Faeinffs B]»ck.— -Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 



i -*? J!ff^ Bwrke arrrod la Hollaad la ITS*, aad was pracnt tai the aetloM of the STth Aag. lOth nd 19th Sept. tad 
aad ach Oct. where he laeelTed a Mveieweaadlhraiwh both Java. Serred aa Qaaiter-MaaUr General la Soatl 

flnta«l«thaadmhJaB.ISOf{altha stav* and atacmliw af H«Ma VUaa, and la the 



"«?i3Sw ] ^^'* ( ^* ^^ Yarhihire N. Riding) Regt of Foot 2 1 7 



Tean'Serr. 



65 



FuU 
Pay. 



30 
19 
30 



27 

18 
16 
18 
16 
16 
20 
16 
11 
14 

13 
11 
10 
9 
8 
8 
6 
6 
5 
4 
4 
8 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 



Hair 
Paj. 




6ft 



7 


lOft 



laft 






























28 
6 
6 

27 

7 



The Royal Tiger, lupencribed « INDIA''—" ARABIA." 

CdloneL 
Thomas GroBYenor/ Ent. 1 Oct 1770 ; lAeut. k, Capt. 20 Oct. 84; Capt, 8c 

Lieut.'Col. 25 April, 93 ; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Mqfor-Gen, 29 April, 1802 ; Lieut.- 

Gen. 25 April, 08 ; Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Col. 65 Begt. 8 Feb. 14. 
Lieta.'Colonel.—B.eDTj Senior,' Ens. 6 May, 13 ; Lieut. 28 Dec. 15 ; Capt. p24 

April, 23 ; Mqfor, p 12 March, 29 ; Lieut.-CoL p 19 Sept 34. 
3f<oor<.— Charles Wise, Ent. p? July 25; Lieut. P22 Apr. 26; Capt. P23 

Apr. 29 ; Mqfor. p 17 Apr. 40. 
9 Geoige Smyth/ Ens. p27 Aug. 08; Lieut. 4 July 11; Capt. 3 Apr. 27 ; 

Brev.'Mq^or, 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqjor, 12 Sept 43. 



Captains. 
James Patience ^ .... 
Alfred Fran. W.Wyatt 
Cha. Emilius Gold .... 

William Snow 

Qeo. Freeman Murray 
Jas. Lewis Smith .... 
9BickardO'ConneU« 
John Alex. Drought . . 
J. FitzHerbert de Teissier^ 
William Pym Young 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Richard Newenham . . 
Patrick Day Stokes . . 
Wm. Surtees Cook, r. 

St. Leger Barry 

Peter Wolfe 

John Wms. Marshall. . 
Charles Guy Trafford 

Oliver Nicolls 

Christopher Rhatlg^n.. 
Duncan Bazalgette . . 
Thomas George Knox 
Hon. £. A. F. H. Lambart 
Charles Alfred Cuthbert 

Ensigns. 

Hugh Scott 

BenJ. W. Rawson Trafford 
Thomas Barnard .... 

James Hurford 

Robert Henry MacQregor 
Henry Ferdinand Turner 

G^ige Meyler 

John Herrey Elton Elwes 



ENSIGN. 



5 Apr. 10 

P 12 Dec. 26 

P20 Mar. 28 

10 Dec. 15 

26 Apr. 28 

P21 Sept 28 

12 May 12 

P25 Nov. 28 

P 13 Sept 33 

P26 0ct 30 

P 14 June 31 
P22 0ct 33 
P27 June 34 
P27 Nov. 35 
P 22 July 36 
P 2 Sept 36 
P 12 Jan. 38 
Pis Jan. 38 
26 Apr. 39 
P 31 Jan. 40 
P 17 Apr. 40 
P20May 36 
P 19 Mar. 41 

P 16 April 41 

P21 May 41 

16 July 41 

19 Nov. 41 

P31 Dec. 41 

8 Feb. 42 

P 7 Oct 42 

P 6 Oct. 43 



LIEUT. 



24 Oct 11 
P23 Apr. 29 
P28 0ct 31 

19 Mar. 24 
P29 June 32 
P 22 Oct 33 

15 July 13 

Pl9Sept34 

lApr. 36 

P27 Nov. 35 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



13 Nov. 27 
Pl9Scpt 34 
P 5 Feb. 36 



36 
38 
39 
39 



P 5 Feb. 

P 13 Jan. 

P 5 Jan. 
10 Jan. 

P17 Apr. 40 

P 19 Mar. 41 

3 May 41 

16 July 41 

30 Dec. 41 

P 31 Dec. 41 

p 7 Oct. 42 
27 Dec. 38 
12 Sept 43 



23 Nov. 41 



28 June 38 



P 15 Dec. 25 
P 5 Jan. 89 
P17 Apr. 40 

16 July 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 6 May 42 

12 Sept 43 

Capt. O'CoiumU Mrred In tba 
PenlaffiUwIth thc4Sd Lt. Inlkatry 
flram April ISIS, to tb* end of Uwt 
war la 1814, inelndlng the eapture 
of Bad^ox, where he wu sererely 
wounded u a volunteer with the 
Morming portji hatUe of Sala- 
manea, eaptore of Madrid and 
the Eetiro, retreat fhMn Ma- 
drid, action at San Munoi, bat- 
flea of Vlttorla and the Pyrenees, 
aetlon at Letaea, attack on Iho 
heights of Vera, passage of the 
Bidaasoa, and many other minor 
•flalrSk Sererely wounded at the 
capture of Badi^oi on the night 
of the 0ih April. 181i, where he 
served as a volunteer with the 
slonidng party. 
10 Quarter* Master Paul served against the Plratea 
in the Persian Gulf, and destruction of Ras-el- 
Khyma, la 1809 1 at the capture of the Isle of France 
In 1810 ( in the Kattywar eoontry in 1811-li, and 
taking the Fort of Now Muggor ; la the Guaeratts 
and Kuteb in 1814. 10, and 16, and taking the forts of 
Angar, Klneoote, aad Dwarka i Mahratta war In the 
Deeean, 1817 end 18. Capture of Poona and Cuteb % 
storming the hUl-foits of Booj t Bxpedltion to th« 
Persian Gulf, Inelndlng tha capture of the Aatts of 
Eaaal-el-Khyma and Zaya, 1819. BapcdltioB to 
Arabia In 1811, including the action at B«Bi-Boo-All» 
and destruction of the Pirates. 



2f, PaynuM^er.— Stephen Blake^^ 25 Feb. 22; Ens. 3 Feb. 14; Lieut. 3 Sept. 18. 

A4futant.^Lieut. C. Rhatigan, 30 Dec. 41. 

Quarter-Master.— ThoTaa» Paul/^ 26 Apr. 39; Ens. 25 Jan. 39. 

m ^ur^ccm.— Copeland Grattan, M.D. 11 Sept 28 ; Assist.-Surg. 14 June, 10. 

Assistant-Surgeon. — James Guy Piers Moore, 3 Mar. 37. 

Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ic Co. — 'Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, Bt., 

Armit, k Co. 
[^Returned from Canada, August, 1841.] 

1 Gcnetal OTOCveaor aeoompanled his regiment (the 3rd Foot Ouards) to Holland tn 1703, and afterwards Into Flanders, 
la 1799 he went with the expedition to the Helder, aad was present In the aflkir at the lines of Zuype (wounded), the bkttle of 
Allonacr, and the actions of the 17th Sept. aad 0th and 9th Oct. Conunandcd the picquets and oot-postt at the siege of Co- 
penhagen on the day of the sortie, when the Danes were repulsed. At the siege of Flushlag, he was aest la oommand to 
Sir Byte Ooole. 

fl Ucut-Colonel Senior was *severely wounded la the aetloa betweca R. M. packet lapwing, aad th« ABMxkaa ptf- 
vaCcer Fkm, off Barbadoes, 80th Sept. 1813. 

4 Mijoe Smyth served the campaign of 1806-9, faicluding the retreat to and battle of Corunna t on the expedition to Wal- 
dberca, and wounded ia the right haad at the siege of Flushing ( In BIcUy flrom May 1810 to June 1813 i sabsequentfy la 
tte Pealasnla to the ooaeloaloa of the war ia 1814. Inelndlng the battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, retreat ttom VlUa 
Praaea, and Investment of Baieeloaa. Served afterwards In the American war. 

5 Mj^ior PaUence was present et the surrender of Martlaiiitte, aad at the eapture of Les Salates aad Guadaloope, la 1818. 

7 Capt. de Teissier served la Sdade* la conmiaad of a detaehmeat, protecting the stores and ammunition of the army, 
tradMd up the ladus. Served also In the Light Company of the 17th durtag tiie campaign la Allkhaaistaa aad Bekwehlstaa, 
aad was picseat at tho storm aad eaptare of the ibrtresees of Ohnsaee aad KheUt. 

8 Faymaslsr Blake served tha eampaigns of ISUaad 15 la Upper Canada. 



218 



66th ( The Berkshire) Regiment of Foot [ 



Hod Qnai1<n» 
at Belfast. 



" DOURO"— « TALAVERA"— " ALBUHERA"—" VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"— 
" NIVELLE"— " NIVE"—«ORTHES"—« PENINSULA." 



Yean' Strv. 


67 


Pull 


Malf 


Pay. 


Pay. 


21 


lA 


19 





18 





16 


A 


10 





13 





12 





25 





12 





11 





17 





10 





18 





10 





9 





8 





7 





7 





7 





6 





G 





4 





5 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





20 


CA 


18 





2 





19 


12 


3 






ColoneL 
9 Richard Blunt, * Ent, 31 Jan. 1787; Lieut, 23 Feb. 91 ; CapU 12 July, 93 ; 

Mqjmr, 17 May, 96; LieuL-CoL 23 Aug. 99; Col 25 Oct. 1809; Mqjor-Cfen. 

1 Jan. 12 ; Lt.-Om, 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41; Col, 66th Regt. 25 Mar. 35. 
Lieut.-Colonel—Tho, Henry Johnston, Ent, p 21 Feb. 22 ; Lieut. P 1 Oct 25 ; 

Capt, P 24 Oct. 26 ; Mqjor, p 20 May, 36 ; Lteut.-CoL P 28 Dec 38. 
M({jors.^Tho, Leigh Ooldie, Ens, p 13 June, 25 ; Lieut, p 10 Dec. 25 ; Capt. p 24 

Nov. 28 ; Mqjor, p 28 Dec. 38 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col, 20 Mar. 40. 
Wm. Longworth Dames, Ens. p26 July, 26; Xieu^. p 24 Nov. 28; Capt.P9f7 

June 34 ; Mqjor,f>V2 Oct. 41 ; Brevet -Lieut. -Col. 1 No?. 42. 



Captains. 

WilUam Gordon 

Cha. Edw. Michel 

Qeo. Longworth Dames 
Geo. Grattan Biscoe . . . 

Thomas Rainsford 

Charles Winter 

Arthur Mainwaring . . . 

John Johnston 

Ralph Allen Chas. Danicll 
George Maxwell 

LiBUTSNANTS. 

Hen. John Turner 

E. M. Davenport 

Fred. Chas. Trench 

Geo. A. Taylor 

Jas. Hunter Blair Birch . . 

Frederick Smythe 

Bennett Langton 

WUliam Henry Kebbel . . 

Arthur Blount 

James Hamilton Ross . . 
HardressDeL.Sauuder8on 
Astley Paston Cooper . . 

BVSIONS. 

Qeo. Charles Downman 
Francis Wm. Astley .... 
T. John Abbott Mellsop. 
Wm. M. Stewart Caulfleld 
Henry Unett Coates .... 
Tom Benson 



BNSION. 



P 5 June 28 
P25 Nov. 28 
P 5 Apr. 31 
P 7 Apr. 32 
17 Feb. 19 
P24 Aug. 32 
P 3 May 33 
P24 May 27 
Pll Apr. 34 
P23Feb. 26 

P 9 May 34 
P24 Apr. 35 
P22 Nov. 36 
10 Jan. 37 
P15 Dec. 37 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P28 Dec. 38 
P 9 Feb. 38 
P15 Dec. 40 
P 21 June 39 
2 April 41 
P 12 Oct. 41 



29 Oct 41 
P 4 Mar. 42 
P20 May 42 

28 May 42 

29 May 42 
P 8 Nov. 45 
P 30 June 43 



LIEUT. 



P27 Apr. 

23 Nov. 
P27 June 
P 12 Feb. 
7 Apr. 
P 16 Oct 
P 13 May 
P 9 Mar. 
P 2 Feb. 

29 May 



32 
33 
34 
36 
25 
35 
36 
32 
38 
28 



P22 Nov. 36 
6 Aug. 38 
P 28 Dec. 38 
P22Feb. 39 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 10 July 40 
P 4 Mar. 42 
P 23 Aug. 39 
P 8 Nov. 42 
1 Nov. 42 
p 30 June 43 
P 20 Oct 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 May 37 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P 22 Feb. 39 
P27Scpt 30 

30 Oct 40 

P 1 Feb. 39 

P 13 Oct 38 

2 Apr. 41 

P 20 Oct 43 

21 Oct 43 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



Hardresse Robert Holmes 

Hor. Walter Brewer DavisI p 20 Oct. 43 

Paymaster. — Kenneth Tolmie Ross, 11 Aug. 25 ; Ens. 22 June, 09; Xieu/, 

8 Oct 12. 
Aij^utant. — Lieut. Geo. Maxwell, 11 June, 41. 

Quarter-Master.'— yitithew Reiley, 27 Sept. 42. [Assist. July 13. 

Surgeon.—^John MUler,« M.D. 4 Jan. 31); AssUt.-Surg. 8 Feb. 16; HospitaU 
Assist.-Surgeon. — John Orogan, MB. 10 April, 41. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.—Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane k Co. 
[Betumedfrom Canada, 2 Dec. 1840.] 

1 OaMml BlBBt Mrrvd in Lord Ifoira't eipadltlon, and in Plandcr* in 1704 and OA, and waaaetirelj em- 
ployed in the Weal Indies, from 1795 nntU ISOal. He lius *ince Mrred in Ilunuver, Madeira, and In tlie 
Peointula. 

6 Doctor Mffler lerred the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Spain and tlie South of Prance ; witk the Bxpe* 
dltlon to New Orleans ; and the campaign of 1B15 under the Duke of \\ tlliugion. 



Head Quarters,'] 
at JHonchettar.J 



67*A ( TTie South Hampshire) Regiment of Foot. 



219 



Yeart' Scrv. 



40 



Full 



30 
96 
33 



35 
22 
25 
15 
15 
12 
12 
10 
10 


11 
8 
7 
7 

11 
7 
5 
5 
5 
5 
3 
4 
2 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
27 
11 
5 



Half 
Pay. 



1* 
ft 







2H 


































« BARROSA"— "PENINSULA'*— The Boydl Tiger, superscribed, "INDIA." 

Colonel. 
9 Sir John Macdonald,^ KCB. JS'n*. — April, 1705; Lieut. 2 Feb. 06; Copt. 

22 Oct, 1802; Mqjiyr, 28 Feb. 05; Lieut-Col. 17 Mar. 08; Col. 4 June, 14; 

Mtyor-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 07th Regt. 25 Aug. 28. 
iitfu^.-CoiemeZ.— ThomasBunbury,' KH.^fM.25 Mar.04 ; Lieut. 24 Dec.04 ; Capt. 

P3 Nov. 08 ; Mqjor, 14 April, 14 ; Lieut.-Col. p 5 July, 21 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 
Mqjors. — Edward Basil Brooke, 2nd Lieut. Royal Artillery, 15 Dec. 17 ; Lieut, 

9 April, 25 ; Capt. Pll July 26; Mqjor, P5 July, 81. 
WUliam Nesbitt Orange,' £tu. 5 Feb. 14; Lieut, 10 Jan. 10 ; Capt. p 24 Oct. 21 ; 

Afqjor, P 15 Aug. 34. 



Captains 
9 Thomas James Adair^ . . 
Thos. Josephus Deverell . . 

Thomas Byrne 

Hon. Arch. O. StuarL. . . 
Charles Birch Vane .... 
Samuel Hood Murray . . 
HenryJas.VincentKemble 

John Porter 

George Alfred Currie. . : 
Charles Barnard Hague. . 

LiBUTENANTS. 

William Pilsworth 

Henry CoUette 

Thomas P. Onslow. ..... 

CapelCoape 

Stonehouse Geo. Bunbury 

Wm. Robert Adair 

Walter Caulfield Pratt.. . 

Henry Dawson 

Richard Morgan Humfrey 
Wm. Hayter Hussey .... 

John Sivcwright 

Robert FollettSynge« .. 

Robert Hudson Wood . . 

Ensigns. 

Rowland Jones 

Francis Richard TayVor . . 

J. M'Donough 

Donald Stewart Miller . . 
Mark Anth. Montgomery 
O. R. Hamond Orlebar . . 
William Brownlow Forde 
Robert Charles Peel .... 



ENSIGN. 



25 May 00 

7 Nov. 22 

4 Nov. 10 

P 30 April 20 



LIEUT. 



20 Feb. 11 

25 June 20 

5 Mar. 28 

P 30 Aug. 31 



P 30 Dec. 26 P 17 Dec. 30 
P22 Juned2 P 8 Dec. 37 



P Mar. 32 

P 28 Mar. 34 

1 Sept. 25 

P 5 Sept. 35 

P24May 33 
P 26 Aug. 36 
17 Nov. 37 
P 20 Dec. 37 
P 28 June 33 
P 30 Dec. 87 
P 25 May 30 
P24 Aug. 30 
Pll Oct. 30 
p 8 Nov. 80 
P30 April 41 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 11 Mar. 42 

20 May 42 
28 May 42 
25 Oct. 42 
P 24 Feb. 43 
P 10 Mar. 43 
P 20 Sept 43 
P 6 Oct. 43 



P 5 Aug. 37 

P 20 Dec. 87 

16 Mar. 32 

P 30 Dec. 37 

18 Mar. 88 

22 Jan. 30 
P25May 30 
Pll Oct. 80 
P 25 Dec. 88 
P 80 April 41 

15 Sept. 42 
P 24 Feb. 48 
P 10 Mar. 43 
P20Sept.48 
P 6 Oct. 48 

26 Sept 42 
P 5 Dec. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 27 Mar. 28 
PdO Aug. 31 

22 Jan. 30 
P.25 May 80 
P 10 July 80 
p 1 Nov. 42 
p 10 Mar. 48 
P 6 Oct 48 

24 Nov. 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 



BBEV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



P 5 Dec. 43 

Paymaster.— ^taneB Robinson,^ 26 Dec. 87 ; Ens. 20 Nov. 17 ; Lieut. 24 April, 20. 
Adljutant. — Lieut. Stonehouse George Bunbury, 13 Mar. 40. 
Quarter-Master. — George Crispin, 25 Oct. 30; Ens. 22 Mar. 80. 
Surgeon. — George Home, 23 Sept. 86; Assist. -Surg. 18 Aug. 25 ; Hasp.- Assist. 

12 May, 15. 
Assistant-Surgean.'-yeTe Webb, 13 Oct 48. 



Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
IRetumedfroni Canada, I5thl>ec. 1842.] 

. M .^. . -gypi, and hai recelT«d a Medal and « 



1 Sir Jolm MaHnniM aenrcd tha canpaigii of 1801 In Sgypt, and hai wcelTtd a Medal and one Clacp ft>r Bairoia and the 
paiiMfcof the Ni^*. 

S Col. Bunlittry tod flw •tonnlog party at Porti Frederick and Zclandla. aa a Tolimtcer. at the capture of SuriuMn, In 
ISM. Scrred the eunpalgn of 1814 In Relland, Including the attacks on Menem, and the bombardinaat of the Frcnoh Scot 
at Antwerp. Served also In the American war. 

3 M^or Oranfe Mrred on the froatlert of Nlagarm In 1814 and IS. Serrcd alto at the tiaga and capture of Loghttr. 
lawpore, Koarrj, and Rhyghur, la the Southern Concaa country in India In 1618. 

5 Major Adair KrTed in Spain tnm Sept 1810 to the end of die war, including tha ilcga of Cadla. battle of B a rroe a , Port 
San Philip, Balagnere, Villa Pranca, Tarragona and Barcelona. Barred alio the Nepaul eampalgna of 1817 and 18, and 
■ubacqaentljr In tlie Deeean, Including the alege and reduction of Rhyghur, Amulnier, and Amter g hnr. Twice iererely 
wounded hy matchlock balls in the left ann, and right side at tha siege of Aaseerghur on the evening of the IMh March, 1819, 
in repulsing a sortie made by the garrison ot the fort into the town. 

6 Lieut Syage served with the Mth on the China eapcdltion, and was preteni at tha rapalse of tta night attack on MIngpe, 
the attack and culture uf Chapoo, Shanghae and Woosung, and Chin Kiang Poo. 

7 Paymaster RoUnson senred at the tlcgr of Assevighar, March and April, 1819. 



Servtaf In 



« SALXMArNCA"— " VriTORIA"— « PYRENEES"—" NIVELLB" 
' ' « 0RTHE8"— " PENINSULA." 



Yewrs'Sprvs 


53 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Paj. 


21 


2ft 


10 





21 





18 


ft 


19 





16 





15 





14 





12 





16 


ft 


20 


ft 


11 


10 


10 





11 





11 





11 





10 











9 





8 





7 





6 





6 





6 





4 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





15 





11 





9 





18 


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6 






1 Mr Wm. 



Colonel, 
9 Sir William JoliiiBton,* KCB. Sns. 3 June, 1791 ; Lieut. 7 Jan. 94; Capi. 

4 April, 95 ; Mq)orf 27 Feb. 1800 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 April, 06 ; CM. 4 June, 14 ; 

Mq^ar-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen, 28 June, 88 ; Co/. 68th Light In^try, 

6 April 38. 
Lieut.'Colanel.'-Lord WiUiam Paulet, Sm, p 1 Feb. 21 ; Lieut, p 23 Aug. 22 ; 

Capt. P 12 Feb. 25 ; Mt^for, p 10 Sept. 30 ; Lieut.-Col 21 April, 43. 
Afa;or#.— RicharcUon Wm. Huey, Em. 26 March, 25; Lieut. P19 Dee. 26; 

Capt. P 11 June, 30; ^q/or, p 13 Oct 38. 
Harry Smyth, Ens. p 10 July 23; Lieut, p 13 Aug. 25; Capt. P 16 Oct 29 ; 

Mqjar, 21 April, 43. ^^_ 



CAPTAiira. 
Donald H. A. Mackinnon 
Richard Leckonby Phippe 
Wm. Henry Gillman. . . . 

Geo.M<Beath 

James Bennera Parkinson 
Robert Hilaro Barlow . . 
Arthur Edward Kennedy 

James W. Dalgety 

Henry Smyth 

Evan Macpherson 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Herbert Blount 

Henry Aime Gurry .... 

William Cross 

John Johnston, d. pm. . . 

Percy Hin, itiMt 

Heneage O. Wynne .... 
William W. Homer .... 
Peter Chas. Stuart Grant 

William Rhodes 

Salwey Browne 

Alfred Tipping 

Ensions. 

W.H.H.Carmichael 

Henry Harpur Greer. . . . 

Hon. Henry Lewis Noel 
Henry Calreley Cotton . . 
Houstoun Stewart. ..... 

Henry Boulton Stuart . . 
Vere, Viscount Hinton . . 
Thomas Whitmore StorerjP 

Richard Vemer 

Fra. C. P. Amed^ Stuart 



BirsioN. 



P 10 Not. 25 

10 April 25 

P 1 July 28 

P 15 Oct 29 

P 11 June 30 

P 17 Aug. 32 

P24 May 27 

26 June 23 

P 28 June 33 

8April25 

P 8 Not. 33 
P 17 Oct 33 
P 29 Nov. 33 
P 11 July 34 
P 24 April 35 
P 10 July 35 
22 July 36 
P 15 Sept 37 
P 18 May 38 
p 26 May 38 
P 22 June 38 

12 June 40 
P 10 Sept 41 
P 4 Mar. 42 
P16 Apr. 42 
p 6 May 42 

20 May 42 
P24 J une 42 

2 Dec. 42 

21 April 43 



LI BUT. 



P 6 June 27 

31 Dec. 28 

14 May 31 

P 31 May 33 

P 28 June 33 

P 26 June 35 

P 17 Feb. 32 

5 Mar. 29 

P 28 Oct 36 

P 20 Mar. 27 

P 15 Sept 37 
P 4 Sept 35 
P 19 Jan. 38 
P 18 May 38 
P 5 Oct 38 
P 13 Oct 38 
P 10 Sept 41 
P 4 Mar. 42 
P 2 Dec. 42 
21 April 43 
P30 May 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Dec. 32 
P 3 May 33 
P 13 May 36 
P 28 Oct 36 
p 15 Sept 37 
P 5 Oct 38 
P12 June40 
P 2 Dec. 37 
P 2 Dec. 42 
21 AprU 43 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



P 30 May 43 

Pnymofter.— Morris Robinson CampbeU, 20 Aug. 41 ; Bm. 2 July, 29 : Ueut. 
Afffutant.-^Lieut. William Cross 15 Dec 40. [19 Dec. 36. 

Quarter^Matter. — James Baxter, 16 July, 35. 
SuTffoon.'^ThaiDBM Atkinson^ M.D. 6 Nor. 40; Astitt.-Surg. 11 May 26; 

Hoip.'Asriet. 22 Dec. 25. 
AuiMtant'Surgeom. — Charles Inring, 12 June, 36. 

Davis Lucas, 20 Dec. 39. 
Fadnge Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 

■uibMfctd Ibr Tsoloo la ITSS. aad 



lalaadafa ISOI. 

a 



O^Htfa 
the 



prvwBt at ■•Tcral aSUn of ea^pMti, aad at Iha mKob U Him 
te Contaa, and vat prMcat at the capiat* of Baatta and CalH 
la 17*7. Btrrcd fa the expedlUoa acaiaii ttie Danidi Wnt lad)* 
Walcharcn. Cii— ■inliiil the Mb at «ha ilcgt of Ftaihttiff. Sir Wac baa raeriwd 
Tlnaffla, (Mvnvlf wooadad), and OrtiMS. 



■»- X • • 



Bead Qvarten,^ 



YMn'Serv. 



63 



Full 
Pay. 



90 

31 

17 



27 
16 
13 
26 
16 
SO 
11 
11 
9 
10 

12 
13 
10 

9 
8 
9 
7 
6 
6 
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3 
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8 
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2 
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29 



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6dth ( The South Linepimhif/) Regiment of Foot 22 1 

" JAVA "— " BOUBBON "— " WATBftiOQ"— " INDIA." 



CoUmel. v,"..' • . 

John Vincent,* Ens, 16 July, 1781 ; Lieut. 8 Ang. 82; CapL 26 Ojct^ 86; 
Mtyor, 6 May, 95; Lieut. -Col, 1 Jan. 1800; Col. 25 July, 10; IdiyorrGen. 
4 June, 13 ; Lt,'Gen. 27 May, 25 , Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. G^th Regt, 2 Jan; 36. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
IB Eaton Monins,>J?iM. PI D«c 14; Lieut. p9 Sept. 19; Capt. p23 June, 26; 
Af<{^, P19 Nov, 30; LieuL-CoL p2 Oct. 35. 

Mqjors. 
9 Bobert Brookes,' ^n#. 16 May, 11 ; Lieut. 23 Aug. 13 ; Capt. P27 Aug. 25; 

Mqfor,vS May, 31. 
Wm. BlaekbuPDe, £^. P27 Apr. 27 ; Lieut, p 19 Nov. 30; Capt. P 6 Feb. 3ft; 
Mqfor^ P 30 Oct 40. 



Captaiits. 
9 Rich. Wheeler Hooper^ 
SirEdm. Step.Thomas,^^. 
Charles James Coote .... 
Henry D. O'Ualloran . . 
Jas. W. lilewellyn Paxton 
9 Henry BRdger Tudor" 

WUUam Walker 

David ElUot M'Kirdy .. 
Arthur Lowry Cole, #. . . 
Dowell Knox O'ReUly .. 

LlEUTENAXTS. 

George Losack 

W. J. B. M'Leod Moore, r: 
Henry Wm. Knox Gore. . 

Alex. Magnay . .., 

Jas. Handasyde Edgar. . . 

Charles Fred. Law 

Frederick Mundell 

Thos. J. Kearney 

Percival Fenwick 

Stewart Erskine Holland 
Boydell Jones Croxon . . 
Thomas Cochrane Inglis 

Ensigns. 
Charles Wm. Parker. . . . 
Aug. Barnard Hankey . . 
Charles John Carmichael 

Edward Bowen 

William Griffin Sutton . . 
Dugald Stewart Miller . . 
OoMon Henry ETans . . 
Harry Lee Carter 



BNSION. 



28 Aug. 07 
P 25 Nov. 28 
P 21 June 31 

1 Nov. 18 
P 19 Apr. 27 

16 May 13 

2 Aug. 33 
P 5 Apr. 33 
P22 Aug. 34 
P 18 July 34 



1 Nov. 31 
P 19 Dec. 34 
P 1 May 35 
P 9 Oct. 35 
P 7 Oct. 36 
P24July 35 
27 Jan. 37 
P28 Sept. 38 
P 23 Feb. 38 
P 10 Apr. 40 
P 14 June 39 



20 Oct. 40 

P 30 Oct. 40 

29 Jan. 41 

1 June 41 

19 Ang. 42 

P27 Sept. 42 

8 Nov. 42 



LIBUT. 



P 4 Jan. 10 
P 28 Oct. 31 
P 19 Dec. 34 
P 28 June 27 
P 12 Oct. 30 
19 Oct. 20 
P 1 May 35 
P30Dec. 36 
P20NOV. 38 
P 7 Oct. 36 



CAPTAIN. 



P 11 May 32 P 9 Oct. 35' 



4 Jan. 36 

12 May 37 

P28 Sept. 38 

p 28 June 39 

P 8 Nov. 39 

7 May 40 

8 May 40 
P 1 Nov. 40 
P29May 40 
P 13 May 42 
P 14 AprU 43 



P 8 Dec. 14 
P 1 May 35 
P14 Apr. 37 
P 1 Sept. 38 
P 6 July 38 
27 April 40 
P 1 Nov. 40 
P 26 June 41 
P 7Sept.41 
P 14 April 43 



BBBY.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



6 M^or Hocp«r aerved hi 
th« PtnlofuU from 1800 to 
1811— wben ke «M teal to 
EngUnd od M^count of hlf 
wound*— and wm present at 
the battle of Bu»aeo, Unat at 
Tone* Vedfaa. ikitmlibaa on 
the rftPBtft of Matsaoa, aotlona 
at Campo Mayor and Bella 
Castel. firtt fieffa of Bad^foa, 
takiof of Olivensa. and battia 
of AUmberm whars he vaa 

< Mrerely wounded throvfh cbe 

I ahouldar In a ebarge. 



8 Capt. Tudor wrvwi in the Peniasula from 
1819 to the end of the war. 



P 14 April 43 
Paymtuter.—T. Henry Dalgetgr, 1 March, 39; En». 1 1 Jan. 21 ; Xt. 23 Mar. 26. 
Adjutant.— Bnt. W. G. Sutton, 10 March, 43. 
Quarter-Master. — James HolUs, 3 Nov. 37. 
i^ur^cofi.— Francis O'Brien, II Jan. 39; AM$Ut.'Surg. 27 Oct. 26; Hap." Ami. 

12 July, 15. 
Assitt.'Surgeons. — ^^Edward Robertson, M.D. 11 Aug. 37. 
Faeings Green. — Agentiy Messrs. Cogc & Co. — Irish Agent. 3 oYoi Atkinson, Esq. 
[Betumedfirom North Ameriea, 16 Sept. 42.] 

1 Qeoaml Vincent aeffved in the Weat Indlaa, and was at the taking of St. Domingo. On the expedition to 
the BMder, sod aubeequently in that to Copenhagen, under Sir Hyde Parker. Senred alio in the American war. 

9 Lieut.-O3lonel Mooins lerred the campaign of 1815 with the dSnd Light JnAmtrj, and waa preaent at 
ttm batile of Watexloo. Serred aflerwarda with the anoy of occupation in France. 

S Mi()or Brookea wrred in the Peninsula from July, IBll, to the end of the war, including the following 
iMtUei, aUgeivftc., vis. : Qad^oi, Salamanca, Buigoa, Paleotia, Oama, Vittoria, 3u> Sebartian, Aug. and Sept. 
leU, 8«itf».CIara (wounded). Bidaawa (woundedX Nivelle, Mive, 0th, 10th (wounded), and 11th Dec. and 
blockade of Bayonne. Proceeded to North America with the foroe that embarked from Bourdaaux, and 
ad tlMva uatil the Itnnlastion of the American war ; and cubaequently with the army of occupation la 

t Q 



222 



70th ( The Surrey) Regiment of Foot. [ 



HttdQavtan, 



YeAn'Serr. 



61 



Pull 
Kay. 



41 

35 

41 



3d 
30 
23 
18 
17 
13 
12 
24 
12 
19 

12 

7 
8 

a 

10 
6 
5 

a 

8 

4 
5 
4 
6 



4 
4 
3 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 

18 
6 
4 

18 

6 



Hall 
Pay. 


















































Colonel. 
QageJohnHall,J?ftf. 29May, 1783; lAeut. 13 Dec. 83; Capt, 16 Dec. 04; 
if ^>r, 23 Dec. 95 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 01; Col. 25 July, 10; Mt^or-Oen. 
4 JuDe, 13 ; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col 70th Ri^giment, 
30 Jan. 32. 

Lietit.'Colonel. 
Joseph Kelsall, JEnt. 17 Dec. 03; Lieut. P21 Feb. 05; Capt. 11 Nov. 13; 
Mtyor, 23 Nov. 32 ; Lieut.-Col. 28 Jane, 38. 

Mqjore, 
9 Edw. James White,* JSns. 30 Mar. 09 ; Lieut. 6 April, 10 ; Capt. 14 July, 26 ; 

Mqjor, P 14 Dec. 32. 
Thomas Reed,* Ens. 9 July, 03 ; Lieut.26 Sept. 04 ; Capt. 27 May, 13 ; Brewt^ 
Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Betjtl.-Mqjor, 28 June, 38. 



Captains. 

William Taylor 

John Brown 

John Doyle O'Brien, #. . . 

George Dumford 

Edward Kelsall 

Wm. Matthew Bigge. . . . 

Trevor Chute 

9 9SBi Geo.Fred. Paschall' 
Thomas Charles Timins 
Charles Fred. Gibson, $, 

Lieutenants. 
Jas. Palliser Costobadle. . 
Wm. Rob. Brereton .... 
C. Sheffield Dickson .... 
Edward F. Edwards .... 
George Reynolds ........ 

Geo. Evatt 

Edw. Benj. Braddell .... 
Nicholas Pelham Giveen 
Thomas Edmonds Mulock 
Thomas Fred. Hill Alms^ 
Francis Vere Hopegood 
Joseph Edward Addison 
Oswald PilUng 

Ensigns. 
John Wilson Filder .... 

John Young 

Geo. Alfred Schrelber . . 

Robert Kaye 

Charles John Humfrey . . 

Howe Hennis 

Henry Nicholas Greenwell 
William Rutson 



EN8ION. 



P 7 Feb. 11 

28 Apr. 14 

15 Mar. 21 

P 17 Oct. 26 

P 10 Apr. 27 

P 19 Apr. 31 

P 10 Aug. 32 

17 Mar. 12 

P16 Mar. 32 

9 Apr. 25 

P21 Sept. 32 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 16 Dec. 36 
Pll May 38 
PSODec. 34 

13 July 38 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P 18 Mar. 30 
P18 Dec. 40 
P 15 Nov. 30 
P31 Jan. 40 

30 Nov. 38 



P18 Sept. 40 
P27 Mar. 40 
Pll May 41 

16 Nov. 39 
P14 June42 
P 3 Feb. 43 

23 June 43 



LIEUT. 



23 Apr. 
7 Apr. 
P 16 Jane 
P 8 Feb. 
P 8 Mar. 
P26 Feb. 
P 28 Oct. 

19 Oct. 
P 28 Nov. 

20 Sept. 



CAPTAIN. 



12 1 Mar. 32 
25 5 Sept 33 
25 P 4 Dec. 36 
31 P28 Nov. 37 
31 23 Feb. 30 

36 P21 JunedO 
3fijP 2 Aug. 39 
12 23 Mar. 26 

37 |p 3 Feb. 43 
33 15 July 43 



28 Jane 38 

P 7 June 39 

P 2 Nov. 38 

P 6 July 39 

27 Dec. 38 

30 Jan. 40 

Pdl Jan. 40 

P 16 Apr. 41 

P29 Nov. 39 

20 May 42 

P 3 Feb. 43 

15 July 43 

23 June 43 



BRSV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



28 July 43 

Paymofftfr.— Hugh Bailey Mackenzie, 24 May, 29^^ Sub-Lieut. 1 Feb. 13. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. George Evatt, 17 May, 39. 
Quarter-Matter.— ^o\m Nowlan, 29 Oct. 41 ; En». 20 Nov. 40. 
Surgeon.-^o\ak Mahaig, M.D.^ 11 Mar. 40; Auist.-Surg, 21 Feb. 28; Horn.- 

Astist. 9 Dec. 26. 
ilfrif«.-5tcr^.— Patrick Davidson, M.D. 12 Jan. 38. 

Facinga BUck. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[JRetumedfrom North Amerieay July^ 1843.] 



tai 
Md 



1 M^or Wbite*B lerTieet :— Canpaln In Spain, under Sir John Moore, InelndlDr the retHMt to 
tettto of Oorunna, where he wm woonded. Siege of Pluthing , and capture of Waleheren ; eampaigi 
Caaada, f>t>ni Not. 1819, to the end of the war. 

S M^r Reed lerred la the Ameriraa War, iBcludtng the aetlona at BaltlflMre, Bladeneboff, 
eaptore of Waahington. 

9 Mi^or Pasehall lerred in the Penlnsnla wlih the 9nd Line battalion of the King's OemMO I^Cfton, from 
Oct. 1819 to the end of that war in 1814. including the battiee of the NiveUe and Orthee. Alio the cun- 
pulgii of 1819, and wai preaeat at the tattle of Waterloo. 

4 Ueut. Alms Mrrcd with the Sfiad la Sclnde la I849» aad was pfeaaat at th« battle of Mceaaee, 
der or Uydrabad, aad battto of Dubba. 



Kmb. for Foreign 1 
Strr. 90 Apr. 1838. J 



[Serving at Antigua. 
Ret. Bn. in Canada. 



7 1st {^Highland) Regt. of Foot. 
{Light Infantry) 

" HINDOOSTAN "— " CAPE OF GOOD HOPE"—" ROLEIA"— " VIMIERA "— 
« CORUNNA"— « FUENTES D'ONOR" — " ALMARAZ" — "VITTORIA"— 
*' PYR ENEES"—" NIVE"— « ORTHE9"— " PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 

Colonel, 
9 112ft Sir Thomas Reynell/ Bt. KCB. Ens. 30 Sept. 1793 ; Lieut, 3 Dec. 94; 

Capt. 29 July, 97 ; Mqjor, 3 Aug. 1804 ; Lieut-Col, 10 Mar. 05 ; Col. 4 June, 

13; MtJQor-Gen, 12 Aug. 19; Lieut, -Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Col, 7l8t Regiment, 

16 March, 41. 
Lieut, 'Colonel, — James England, Ens. p5 Aug. 19; Lieut, P12 Aug. 24; Capt, 

P8 Apr. 26; Mq^or, Pll July^ 34; Lieut,'Col P 11 July, 37. 
Af(t{/or«.— William Denny, Ens. p 10 Jan. 22; Lieut, p 23 June, 25; Capt, 

P 27 Sept. 33 ; Mqjor, P 24 April, 38. 
William James Myers, .Eh«. p 9 June 25 ; Lieut. p7 Jan. 30; Capt. P29 Dec. 

85; Afq/or, P22NOV. 42. 



ireart'Serr. 


61 


Fall 


Hair 


Pay 


P»7. 


22 


^ 


82 


« 


19 





30 





17 





18 





18 





13 





16 





27 





13 





15 





13 





9 





11 





9 





9 





9 





8 





8 





7 





7 





4 





3 





3 





11 





6 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





2^ 


«ft 


9 





6 





11 





6 





6 






EN8ION. 



7 Dec. 14 
22 Nov. 27 
P 10 June 26 
P 26 Sept. 26 
P 15 Feb. 31 
P 25 Nov. 28 
27 Mar. 17 
P 26 Apr. 31 

2 July 29 
P 13 July 32 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P 22 Oct. 33 



Captains. 
&3i A. Rob. L'Estrange* 

Edward Foy 

Hen. Edmund Austen . . 

Wilhefan Speer 

Sir Hew Dabymple, Bt. 
Nath. Massey Stack .... 

Oeorge Cuming 

R. T. W. L. Brickenden 
James H. C. Robertson . . 

Charles Ready, s 

Robert Francis Hunter . . 
R. Dennistown Campbell,* 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Thos.H. ColvUl 22 May 35 

William Hope \^ 4 Sept. 35 

Aug. T. Hamilton ,^29 Dec. 35 

Barry Blenneiiiasset .... p 18 Mar. 30 

George Dance \^ 8 Apr. 86 

Francis G. Scott | 4 Aug. 37 

G. A. C. Dashwood . . . . f p 8 Dec. 37 
G.Whitworth Talbot Rich p 12 June 40 

P 21 May 41 
p 2 July 41 
P 7 Aug. 38 
P 6 July 88 
26 Oct 41 



LIBUT. 



Fra. P. Stewart Mackenzie 
Sir Thomas Erskine,Bar^ 
John Tho. Joseph English 
Charles Wm. Sutton .... 

Henry Loftus 

Ensigns. 
Arthur Charles Parker . . 
William Hutchinson .... 
Arthur Adair Brice .... 
Fred. J. Colin Halkett . . 
James Arthur Gore • • . . 

Anthony Denny 

Robert Lydston Newman 
Francis Carr Gierke .... 

Simeon Henry Stuart . . 
James Home .......... 

Charles Mac Mahon .... 

Charles Edward Watson 



4 Mar. 42 

8 Apr. 42 

P 15 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

17 Apr. 42 
P 6 May 42 
P 13 May 42 
P 22 Not. 42 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P24Mar. 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 13 Oct. 43 



P 20 Dec. 21 
P 15 June 30 
P 27 Sept. 33 

30 Jan. 35 

P 4 Sept. 35 

P29 Dec. 85 

9 Apr. 25 

P 18 Mar. 36 

30 Dec. 35 
P 19 Mar. 36 
P 29 July 36 
P27 Mar. 35 

p 8 Dec. 37 

P 24 Mar. 38 

P 24 Apr. 38 

P 6 July 38 

P 12 June 40 

27 Feb. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P 15 Apr. 42 

P 2 Dec. 42 

15 Mar. 43 

21 June 39 

10 Nov. 41 

P 4 Aug. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ, 



P 7 Jan. 80 

P 18 Mar. 36 

P 29 July 86 

P 24 Mar. 38 

P24 Apr. 88 

P 6 July 88 

31 Jan. 40 

P 5 Jan. 41 

27 Feb. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P22 Noe. 42 

P 24 June 42 



a CapUin Caaipben ierr«d wltli 
the 4Ui Li(bt Drafoom during the 
CMnpaign u AflkbanUton uoder 
Lord Keaiie, and wtm pnacat M 
Um slafe and captura ol Ohumaa. 



Paymoffer.— im David Souter, 12 Sept. 43; .S<n#. 16May,ll; Xr. 24 Sept. 12 ; 
A4fut(mt.-^Lieut. Wm. Hope, 20 Dec. 42. [Capt. 2 Feb. 30. 

Quarter'Master,^Wm, Wakefield, 13 Dec. 39; Ens, 1 Feb. 38. 
5^Mr^«m.— Alexander M'Grigor, 13 Oct. 43 ; Assist.-Surg. 31 May 33. 
Assistant-Surgeons, — C. Campbell Hamilton Grant, 30 March 38. 

James Johnston, M.D. 9 Aug. 39. 
Famngs Buff. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox dc Co. 

1 Sir Tbomai Rernell ler? ed in Flanden and Holland, In 1704 and 1705. At th« capture of Trinidad, in 
1706. Served in Holland, in 1700. In 1800, served in Minorca, Malta, <cc. Commanded the Light Com- 
pany of the 40th at the landing in Egypt, and throughout the campaign. Sir Thomas was wounded at 

9 Captain L'Estrange served the campaign of 1816, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 
323 



224 1ind{Th4 Duke ofAtbantfi oum JBtghlandert) RegL cfFmft. 



On the Colomn^Tht Jhdufs Cyphmr tmd Cwrantt. 



[HMd On. ai tttwof. 



Vmra'Senr, 



A6 



Full 
Pay. 



16 

87 
82 



SO 
10 
19 
24 
16 
21 
18 
11 
IS 
11 

11 

7 
8 

6 

e 

6 
6 

7 
6 

4 
4 
8 



4 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
S 



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Paj. 













ft 



































6 

6 

17 



« HINDOOSTAN"— « CAPB OF GOOD HOPJBL" 



CoUmel. 
l^^SBiSir Colin Campbell,* KCB. En$, dOctl799 ; Lieut. SI Aug. 1801 ; C^f. 
Jan. 05; Mqjor, 2 Sept. 08 ; Lieut.-Coi. 8 May, 10; Col. 4 June, 14 ; Mt^ar- 
Oen. 27 May, 26; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 88 ; Col. 78nd Highlanders, 16 Aug. 86. 

Lieut.'CoUmel. 
Lord Arthar Lennox, Em. p 24 June, 28 ; Lieut, p 22 Oct 26 ; Caj^t. p 1 Aug. 
26; Mqfor, p 6 July, 88; Lieut. ^Col. P22 Not. 42. 

X(^0T9» 

Charles Maxwell Maclean,^ Jffnj. 20 Oct. 07 ; Lieu*. 81 Dee. 00; Capt. P24Jnlyy 

28 ; Afq;or, P 1 Feb. 37 ; Brewi Lieut.- Col. 23 Not. 41. 
Henry Jervis, Bns. 10 Dee. 11 ; Lieut. 80 Dec 14; Capt. PlO Sept. S6 ; Bm.- 

Major, 28 Nov. 41 : Afi{for, P27 Sept. 42. 



Captainb. 
WUUam Henry Ilobittson 

Thomas B. Lacy 

Robert BailUe 

John Frith 

Arthur Lowry Balfov, s. 

Donongh O'Brien 

Chailes Moylan 

Thomas B. PoUard .... 

Charles Wm. Oore 

John Thomas Hope, s. . . 

LlBUTBHAlfTS. 

A. Nowell ShersoB 

Edward Corbett 

WiUiam Adan^r 

Wm. W. T. Cole • 

Geo. Ramsay Pereeral • . 
Richard Palmer Sharp . . 

John Wm. GaisfiMd 

gon.Cha.R.Pakfnham, $. 
Spencer Cosby Price .... 

Henry Rice 

Henry SandfordPnkenham 

William Parke 

LawrenoeCha. Lennox Peel 

BSfSIORS. 

Arthur Owen Lord .... 
Richard Minchin Lucas 
Frederick Brandling .... 

James Mackenzie 

Alex. Dalton Thellnsson 

Richard Rocke 

John Stephens Clark .... 



ENSIGN. 



8 Jan. 24 
8 Apr. 26 

P 8 Oct. 26 
6Apr^ 90 

P 6 Aug. 90 
19 Sept. 98 

P 9 Deo. 81 
11 Jan. 83 

P 16 Not. 82 

P28 Mar. 83 



P91 Mar. 
PlO Mar. 
P 98 Dee. 

10 Oct. 
P 8 Feb. 
P 18 May 
P81 May 

14 June 
P28 June 

31 Dec 
P I Not. 
P 16 Dec 
P 6 Jan. 








84 
87 
86 
88 
80 
88 
30 
80 
87 
80 
40 
40 
41 



LIEUT. 



20 Aug. 26 
8 Oct. 96 

8 Aug. 80 
26 Aug. 24 
90 Mar. 88 

9 July 99 
98 May 86 
19 Aug. 86 

8 Not. 37 
28 Dec. 86 



P 8 Feb. 88 
P 91 June 80 

80 Oct. 40 
P 1 Not. 40 
P 16 Dec. 40 
PlOMay 40 
P94Sept.41 
P 12 Oct. 41 
p 8 Jane 41 

90 May 48 
P90May 42 
P97Sept.42 
P 13 May 49 



CAPTAIN. 



P 91 June 81 
P 11 July 84 
P90May 86 
7 Apr. 80 
P31 May 80 
31 Oct. 40 
P]6Dec 40 
P94Sept41 
P 98 Dec. 41 
P 87 Sept. 42 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



S Cafitabi Ontmm irrtad at 
the capture of Ch« Isle of 
Frtnee In 1810. 



PlO Apr. 40 
16 Jan. 41 
P20Jan. 4U 
P94Sept41 
P 19 Oct. 41 
P90May«9 



P 97 Sept. 49 

Pffirsiofter.— WiUiam Graham/ 18 Oct. 96 ; Jens. 16 ApcU,4»6 ; Lieut. 91 April, 

08; C^. 7 April, 26. 
At^utant.— Lieut. Henry Rioe^ 16 AprtI, 42. 
QliMrter^Uatter.^ WilUam Hume^ 94 April, 38. 
AiTj^Mm.— DaWd Dumbre<^ MO. 9 July, 41 ; A9$iai.'Surg. 19 Jan. 96; Ham.* 

Aatitt. 8 Not. 96. 
AsfufAtf-iftv^fOik— Coemo Gotten Logie, 6 Oct. 41. 

ForiRft Yellow.— ilfmlf, Messn. Cox Ac Co. -Iri$k Ag$i$U, Sir E. H. 

Borough, Bi., Armit k Co. 
[Betumedjknem the Capt ^ Good Hope, 8 Jane, 1840.] 

1 Mr Q»nii OMpMl ku VNolvid a eroet snd six chmpt Iw IWavwa, Bumm, FwuVm d*Oaor, B^^os, 
galuuMa. Vlttori^ Vfrwmum, NlTilK Nivo^ ud TouIdmo. *-^--» 

S LleM.-Cntonel Mftclettn wis ueOflf employed Uiiwiglioal Ibe Kaftrarta esmpalgM of 1SI7, IB, md 18. 
Os tlie 6ch Feb. 1896, eomoiMded a eoluma of troops orderad to eo-operate at Trompet^a Drift, i 
fIroBtten of tiM Cape of Good Hope i alM^ oae of the eolamm of attack, dm1a« a atrkaof •oecaefal 
tloM hi the Fteh River Both ; had a boiw mortally wounded onder him daring a nif ht ooaet. 
Ike rt(t. throathotti the campalfn that emued, under Sir Benjamla lyUrhaa. 



Hc«IQi»rten» 1 
fttN<Nrpofft»8.W.J 



ISrd Regiment of Foot. 



225 



" HANOALORE"— " 8ERINGAPATAM"— « WATBBLOO.'* 



Yev«'S«rT. 



49 



Pull 
Pay. 



40 

ae 

19 
26 



19 
19 
19 
18 
15 
16 
13 
7 



10 



Half 
P»7. 










It 





ft 




ft 



Colonel. 
Wm. Geoiig:e, L&rd Harris,^ CB. k KCH. JSnf. 24 May, 1795; Lieut. 3 

Jan. 96; Cci}^. 16 Oct. 1800; Mqjar, 15 June, 04 ; Lieut.-Col 29 Dec. 06 ; 

Col. 4 June, 14; Mqjor-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Lteut.^Oen. 10 Jan. 87 ; Col. 78d 

Regt. 4 Dec 85. 
Xt«a</.-Co2.— 9 Q29 Jas. Fred. Love,* CB. KH. JEtu. 26 Oct. 04 ; £f. 5 June, 05 ; 

Capt. 11 July, 11 ; Btev.-Mtnpr, 16 March, 15 ; Bretf.-Lieut.-Col. 5 May, 

25 ; Regtl.'Mqjor, 9 July, 80 ; Befftl.-Lieut.-Col. 6 Sept. 84 ; Col. 28 June, 38. 
MeQort.—^ Chas. Jowett Van der Meulen,' Ens. 26 Noy. 07 ; Lieut. 10 Aug. 

09; Capt. P25 Nor. 23; Mqjor, 7 April, 37 ; JBrev.- Lieut.* Col. 8 April, 42. 
William Eyre, £ru. p 17 Apr. 23; Lieut. P5 Nov. 25 ; Capt. p20 Mar. 27 ; 

Mqjar p 19 July 39. 



19 





16 
13 


Ȥ 


13 





13 





12 





10 





7 





7 





6 





5 





6 





5 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





23 

19 


12* 



25 

29 


1ft 







Captaiits. 
Geo. Hankey Smith. . . . 

Oeosrge Dawson^ 

Adol. Lat. Widdrington 
Tred. Geo. Aug. PInckn«y 
Cha. Fred. Panunflon 
Charles Wm. Combe. . . . 
Tbo8. Fraser Sandemaa . . 
Wm. Henry Kenny .... 

Wm. L. Y. Baker 

Hon. Fra. J. R. YilUerB. . 

LnSUTSVANTS. 

Benjamin Brown 

Oliver Barker D'Arcy, r. 
Maurice Chaa. O'Connell 
W. Beresford Fftunoe . . 
Edw. George Cubitt .... 
Wm. B. JohnO'Conn«I],#. 

Gerald Wardlaw 

Rob. Parker Campbell . . 
James Florence Murray 
Philip Blnndell Bicknell 

Charles Littlehales 

John Davies 

Clarevaulx Faunt^ 

Ensions. 
William Chaloner Bisse 

Thomas Nash 

Charles Hoghton 

H<m.W. John G.Cbetwynd 
Hon. F.C. G. FitzClarence 
Samuel WiUiam Hall .... 
Theobald Henry Walsh . . 
Price Built Manners Wood 



ENSIGN. 



P 7 May 18 

7 May 11 
26 Jan. 25 

8 Apr. 25 
10 Kov. 25 

PdO Aug. 26 

P 18 Dec. 28 

3 Apr. 28 

25 Nov. 81 

P 4 Aug. 37 



LIEUT. 



P 7 July 25 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 19 July 31 
P 18 Jan. 31 
P 9 Dec. 31 
P 16 Mar. 32 
P 27 June 34 
P 16 June 37 
P 28 Nov. 37 
P 11 Oct, 89 
P22 June 89 
P 19 July 89 
17 Sept. 39 



P 7 Feb. 22 

7 Jan. 13 

P86 Nov. 25 

P 8 Apr. 26 

4 Sept. 28 

P 12 June 80 

p 27 July 32 

15 Mar. 32 

P27 June84 

P 16 Nov. 41 

15 May 28 
P 9 Dec. 31 
P 24 Jan. 84 
P23 Dec. 36 
P 28 Apr. 87 
P 16 June 87 
P 12 Apr. 89 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P 7 Jan. 42 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 22 July 42 
P 25 Nov. 42 

22 July 42 1 



CAPTAIN. I BREV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 
23 Nov. 41 



P 8 Apr. 26| 
20Mar. 28> 
P 10 Nov. 29 
P23 Dec. 86 
P22Fbb. 33 
P 12 July 89 
P 19 July 89 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P 22 July 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 



B Lt.-Col. Tan 4er Meulra 
fenred in tbe Penbttala from 
Mar 1800 toAug. 1811, andafain 
from Sept. 1812 to tbe end of the 
war, Including the hattlee of 
Tklavem (wTerely wounded)^ 
Biuaeo, Albuhara Ue^erAj 
wounded), Vittoria, Pjreneee 
(severelj wounded 88lh JuljX 
NiTelle, Orth«B, and Toulouie, 
beeldee various minor engage- 
manle and skinnlahet. 

4 Mijor Dawaon aerred in 
the Kaudlan War in Cejrlon. 



5 Quartei^Maeter Hlekaoa lerrcd the 
paign of 1814 in Canada, and Chat of 18IA in 
the Netherlands and France. 

Dr. Foster senred the campaign of 1814 In 
Holland. 



P 12 Mar. 41 
P 12 Oct. 41 

26 Nov. 41 
P 7 Jan. 42 

22 Apr. 42 

27 May 42 
P 25 Nov. 42 
P22 Bept. 43 

Paymaeter.^John Court, 22 July, 86; 2nd Lieut. 2 Nov. 08; Lieut. 7 Feb. 11. 
Adijutant. — Lieut. Benjamin Brown, 17 Nov. 87. 
Quarter-Maiter. — John A. Hickson,* 11 Nov. 24; Ens. 25 Dec. 18. 
Surgeon. — John Foster,' M. D. 1 April, 86 ; Assist.^Surg. 9 Nov. 15 ; Hosp.- 

Assist. 22 Nov. 13. 
Astist.'Surg.—OeOTge Martin, M.D. 13 June, 84. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ft Co. 
[iketumedfrom Canada, ^th July, 1841.] 
1 Lord Harris served the eampaign of 1700 against Tippoo galtaun, including th« battle of Mallavellr, 
nearly all tbe ailkirs of out-poats, and with the storming party which carried Sfringapatam. Embarked 
with the 40th on board Lord Nelson's fleet, early in 1801, and was present at the battle of Copenhagen. 
Employed at tbe capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806, including the battle of Blue Berg. Joined tbe 
exnedition to Stralsund, in 1818, and commanded the 7M in the action of Goerde. Proceeded afterwards 
to Holland, and oommanded a brigade dnrlng the greater part of the winter canapaign under Lovd Lyne- 
doch ; rarried the village of Menem, 8d Feb., and was afterwards present at the operations before Antwerp. 
Commanded the 7ad in the campaign ot 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which 
last be was severely wounded through the ri^t shoulder. 

Si Colonel Love served with tlie 62nd rpfEiment in the expedition to 8we<}en wider Mr John Moore, and 
afterward' in Portugal and Btiain, including the advance into Spain, retreat to, and battle of Gorunaa, 
besides tbe dlffbrent afflilrs on the retreat. Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the Light Division, in- 
cluding tbe storming of Ciudad Rodrlgo, and all the affairs and battles in which the Light Division took a 
part up to 1813. During the campaign in Hollimd under Lord Lynedoch, he was present at the attack on 
the fortified village of Merzem, and the bombardment of Antwerp. Present In the several sfRilrs before 
New Orleans, and in the attack on that place, on which occasion he had two horses shot under him, and was 
slightly wounded in the arm by a rifle-ball. Serred also the campaign of 1816, and receitcd four severe 
wounds at the battle of Waterloo, when the 6find regiment charged the Praneh Imperial Ouardn. 

7 Llent. Paunt served with the 4ilth on the China expedition, and was present at the attack and capture 
of Amoy, aeeond capture of Chusan, repulse uf the night attack on Miagpo, attack and capture of Chapoo, 
Wootnng, and Chin Kiang Foo, and the demonstratlonUwfore Nankin. 



Emb. for Foreign 1 
8«nr. 16 Oct. 1834. J 



7^th Regiment of Foot 



[SaiTlDg In N. America. 
DepSt ftt KlBMle. 



The Elephant, superscribed " SERINGA PATAM"—" ASS AYE"— « BU8AC0"— 
" FUENTES D'ONOR"— " CIUDAD RODRIGO"— " BADAJOZ"— " SALA- 
MANCA"-— « VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " 0RTHE8"— 

"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Tears' Serv. 


52 


Full 


Hair 


P»y. 


Pay. 


37 





82 


lA 


34 


4 


30 


A 


24 





18 





18 





28 


2A 


26 





14 





13 





13 





J2 





13 





12 





11 





10 





9 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





5 





6 





6 





5 





6 





4 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





15 





9 





13 





29 


H 


5 





5 






ColoTieL 
Sir Phuieas Riall,' KCH. Ent, 31 Jan. 1792; Lieut, 28 Feb. 94; CapU 31 

May, 94; Afq;ory8 Dec. 94; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 1800; Cot. 25 July, 10; Mqjor^ 

Gen, 4 June, 13; Lieut-Gen, 27 May, 25; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Coi. 74th Regt. 

20 May, 35. 
Lieut.'ColoneL—^ Eyre John Crabbe,* KH. Ens, 11 June, 07; Lieut, Pll 

March, 08; Capt, 19 Mav, 14; Jtfiyor, P31 Jan. 28; Lieut,'Col, 6 Nov. 41. 
Jlfq/ar*.— Wm. White Crawley,* Ens, P18 July, 11; Lieut,^\9 Mar. 12; Capt, 

P 7 ^oy, 22; Brev.-Mf^for, 10 Jan. 37 j Eegtl.'MtyaTf 13 Oct. 39. 
9 John Casimir Harold,^ Ens. 25 Sept. 06 ; Lieut, 28 May, 07 ; Capt, 16 Feb. 16 ; 

Brevet-Mqjor. 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjor, 6 Nov. 41. 



Captains. 
Colin Alex. Campbell . 
Aug. Fran. AnseU ..... 
Hon, Tho. O'Grady . . . 
Edw. Clarges Ansell . . . 

John Campbell 

Annesley Byre 

S. F. De Saumarez 

Qeo. Thomas Evans . . . 
Peter Wm. Lanoe Hawker 
Alexander Seton ...... 

LlBUTBlTAirTa. 

Edw. C. Manns 

Geo. Wm. Fordyce .... 
Christ. B. Cardew, d,pm. 
Geo. Monkland, d, aqf, 

Robert Walsh 

John Inman 

FitzhardingeWL Hancock 

John Walker 

J.Whitshed De Butts . . 

James Duff 

Cha. Aylmer Coates .... 
Thomas Williams Evans 

Thomas Wallnutt 

Ensigns. 

Denis Godley 

John Arch. MacQueen . . 
Wm. Bedford Sleeman . . 
Richard Phiyue Smith . . 
John Henr>- Borton .... 
Thomas Hobbs Williams 

Frederick Fellowes 

William Bruce 



ENSIGN. 



P 25 Aug. 14 

13 Jan. 20 
P 30 Dec. 26 

10 Mar. 20 
P 16 Sept. 13 

14 May 18 
1 Oct. 30 

P 17 May 31 
P 9 Aug. 31 
P 23 Nov. 32 

13 Sept. 31 
P 28 Dec 32 

27 Dec. 33 
Pll July 34 
P 7 Aug. 35 

15 Dec. 37 
P 17 Mar. 38 

9 Aug. 38 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P 17 May 39 

29 Mar. 39 
P 14 June 39 
P22 Nov. 39 

23 Nov. 39 

30 Aug. 39 
P 15 May 40 
P26 0ct. 41 
P 14 Jan. 42 

20 May 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 



LI BUT. 



25 Jan. 25 

P 19 Sept. 26 

P 24 Nov. 29 

9 Nov. 30 

P 28 Sept. 20 

20 Sept. 26 
Pll July 34 
P29 Aug. 34 
P 3 Oct. 34 
P 2 Mar. 38 



CAPTAIN. 



P 9 Jan. 35 
P 5 Aug. 37 
P 17 Mar. 38 

25 May 38 
P 14 June 39 

13 Oct. 39 
P22 Nov. 39 

21 Feb. 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P26 Oct. 41 

6 Nov. 41 
P 6 May 42 
p 26 Oct. 42 



P 26 Feb. 
P 14 Dec. 
P 3 Oct. 
P 23 Oct. 
15 Dec. 

13 Oct. 
P 22 Nov. 
p 26 Oct. 
P 6 May 

14 Jan. 



26 
32 
34 
35 
37 
39 
39 
41 
42 
42 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



MfTtd iIm 



5 M^ot lUrald 
CunpalfB and tattle of 
BsprdltfaiD lo WatahcTM 
of Ploahinf . 

S Mr. CummlOff 9iw^9A •! N«« 
Ortnaa In ISU sad IS, and !■ tht 
BonBcoe wat ta 1( 



P 17 Mar. 43 
Paymaster, — Gerald George Dunlevie, 20 Aug. 41; Em, 26 Mar. 29; Lieut* 
A<yutant.— Lieut, Robert Walsb, 26 June, 40. [P 18 Oct. 33. 

Quarter- Jfoffer.— Daniel M'Curdy, 28 Aug. 31. 
Surgeon, — Alex. Gumming,' 13 March, 35; Assitt.-Surg, 23 Dec 24; Hotp," 

Astist, 7 March, 14. 
Ass%st,'Surgs, — Robert Giles Montgomery, M.D. 5 July, 39. 

Wm. Leslie Langley, M.D. 11 Jan. 39. 
Faeinffs Widie,-^Agents, Sir John Kirkland & Co.— JruA Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Et. 

Armit & Co. 



I 



Sonrod la Aiacriea la ISIS. 



Sir PhlaMf RlaU bM iMclvod a ■■liil sad oat doap ter Marttalqao and Ooadaloapa. 
■wawlywiiimdm at tba tattla of Chlpfava. 
S Llaal'CdL CnMo terrfd la tho PaalamU ftoai Jaa. 1810 to tho Slat Dec ISIt, aad agala flroaa June ISIS to the rad of 
the war, ladadliw the whole of the retreat to tho liaci of Torree Vedraa t hattle of Biuaeo ; tho adTaaec fVoai the liaet to 
Goarda i Snt tiote of Badi^ i tiote aad atona of Cladad Eodrigo ( elecc aad rtofn of Badi^ i tattie of BaUaiaaca ( eap. 
tare of Madrid, aad Nbeeqaeat retreat ihrou^ Spala ; tattloa of Klvelle* Nive, Vtc. Tarbe*. Orthee, and TMikMiae. aad iho 
whole of the vartooe staor aflhin darinf that parted. W oode d lAth March, 1811. at Poo d*Arauee. whea coanaandl^ a party 
which drore a Praaeh plqaet horn the aald Ttnage. Weoaded acoln at Toulooae when attackloc tho Teto de Pvai. 
« M^or OrawWy wrwd Iho WeyaJ aawipaliae of 1814 id IS. aad to the Ptadarrao war to ISIS aad 17. 

226 



Head Qaartorsn 
«t Plymouth. J 



75^% Reffiment of Foot 



227 



Yean* Senr. 



63 



Pull Half 
Pay. ! Pay. 



21 
S5 
21 



18 
19 
18 
17 
17 



ft 











28 ' 2i 
16 



12 



19 

16 

11 

11 

11 

10 

9 

8 

8 

7 

6 

S 

3 

4 

6 

4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
I 
18 

11 
18 
19 

9 







































The Boyal Tiger, superscribed « INDIA"—" 8ERINGAPATAM." 

Colonel. 
9 5ir William Hutchinson,* KCH.^n#. 1 June, 1781 ; Lieut, 26 Jan. 83 ; Capt, 

7 Nov. 92; Mqjar, 20 May, 96; Lt.-CoLl Jan. 00; Col. 25 July, 10; Mqjor- 

Gen.4June,13; Lt.-Gen.21 May,25; &^7t. 23 Nov. 41 ; CoZ. 75 th, 26 Oct. 41. 
Lieut.'CoUmel.^Koheri Dampier Hallifax, Ent. p 31 July, 23 ; Lieut, p 23 June, 

25 ; Capt. p 8 April, 26 ; Mqjor, p 30 July, 36 ; Lieut. -Col. 12 Dec. 43. 
MtiQors. — Samuel Madden Francis Hall, Ens. p21 Jan. 19; Lieut. 7 April, 25; 

Capt. P22 April, 26 ; Mtyaty Pll July, 37. 
James Henry England, Ens. P12 Dec. 22 ; Lieut. 11 Aug. 25 ; Capt. p29 Aug. 

26 ; Brev.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqjor, 12 Dec. 43. 



Captains. 
Peter Delancey, #. 

Charles Herbert 

Alexander Jardine : 

Edward KnoUys 

Geo. Bligh Moultrie .... 

John Bolton' 

BasU Gray 

Richard Price Puleston . . 

Edward Hickey 

Robert Boyd Brown .... 
Lieutenants. 

Edward Ricard 

William Brookes 

Geo. Thome George .... 
Chas. E. P. Gordon . . . . 
John Hamilton Cox . . . . 
Geo. Wm. C. Stuart . . . . 
Aug. Thomas Hotham . . 
Hen. Wm. Goodwyn . . . . 

Geo. Lockwood 

Dudley Clarges Hill 

John Jocelyn Bourke . . 

Christopher Capel 

William Thomas Smith 

Ensigns. 
Edw. W. John Knox .... 

Charles Machen 

Robert Cecil Dudgeon . . 

Henry Nelthorpe 

George Fred. Berry .... 

Charles Couche 

Wm. M^Geachy Keats . . 
Charles Frederick Tyler. . 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



P29Jan. 26 p30 April 29 



captain. 



P 19 Nov. 25 
P22 April 26 
P 18 Oct. 27 
P31 Dec. 27 
5 Nov. 13 
30 July 28 
P 18 May 32 
P22 May 35 
P 16 June 25 

P 5 June 28 

11 Jan. 33 

P 6 Sept. 33 

13 Dec. 83 

P 10 Oct. 34 

P27 Mar. 35 

Pll Mar. 36 

P 9 Dec. 36 

Pll July 87 

9 Jan. 38 

P21 May 41 

P23 Apr. 41 

P3l Jan. 40 

P 18 Oct. 39 
P 26 June 40 
P28 Aug. 40 
P 20 Oct.* 40 
7 Jan. 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 14 Oct. 42 



P 10 Oct. 26 

P25 Feb. 80 

P 2 Nov. 30 

P31 Dec. 30 

26 Mar. 19 

31 Jan. 34 

Pll Mar. 36 

20 May 40 

P 10 Aug. 26 

24 May 32 

16 Sept. 36 

P 9 Dec. 36 

P 17 Feb. 37 

Pll July 37 

P 19 Jan. 38 

p 1 1 Jan. 89 

p 26 June 40 

P 28 Aug. 40 

PlOSept. 41 

P 22 July 42 

14 Oct. 42 

12 Dec. 43 



BKBY.-MAJ. 



P 8 Mar. 33 
P27 Sept. 33 
Pll Mar. 36 
P 17 Feb. 87 
Pll July 87 
4 Sept. 35 

29 Nov. 39 
P28 Aug. 40 
P 6 May 42 

12 Dec. 43 



9 Quarter-master Berry aer* 
▼ed at Malta, Sicily, Spain, and 
North America, from Feb. 1805 
to the 20th May, 1815, including 
the capture of Isciiia and Pro- 
cida ; liege and capture of Tar^ 
ragona ; alege of Barcelona in 
1818 and H ; battle of Bla- 
densburg and capture of 
Washington ; actioni before 
Baltimore and New Orleans ; 
■lege and capture of Fort 
Bowyer. 



12 Dec. 43 
Paymatter. — George Henry Eddy, 28 April, 37; ^iw.p29 Aug. 26; Lieut. 20 

Feb. 85. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. William Brookes, 11 Jan. 33. 
Quarter-Matter.— 9 Richard Berry,' 10 March, 14. 
Surgeon.— JAmes Sidey, M.D. 2 July 41 ; Aentt.-Surg. 12 Jan. 26; Hotp.' 

Atsiet. 1 Dec. 25. 
AstittantSurgeon. — John Gamett Courtenay, 10 Apr. 35. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, MeBsrs. Cox k Co. 
[Setumedfrom the Cape of Good Hope, litth Sept. 1848.] 

1 Sir Wm. Hutchinson serred In the flnt American war in the 4€tb. He wai actively employed in the 
We«t Indies in 1798 and 04, Including the taking of Jeremie, Cape 5t. Nlchota Hole, Cape Tlberoun, 
and the storming of Fort L'Acul| at which last he was badly wounded. Serred on the expedition 
to North Holland In 1709, and was severely wounded at the battle of £gmont-op-Zee. Accompanied the 
expedition to the Baltic, and commanded a detachment of the 40(h on board the JtfenarrA, whloh ship 
nstained the lots of 210 killed and wounded at Lord Nelson's attack on Copenhagen on the 92nd April, 
1801. Served alio for a short period on the staff in the Peninsula In 1818. 

8 Capt. Bolton served the If ahnUto campaigns of 1817 and 18, and was present at the siege of Rhyghor* 



228 



76M Regiment of Foot 



[Head Qttftrfara. 



Oevvqpvn. 



Yean'Senr. 



47 



Full 
Pay. 



32 

26 
21 



30 
18 
17 
21 
20 
11 


12 
11 



13 
11 
13 
8 
8 
7 
6 
6 
5 
8 
6 
5 
4 

5 

4 

3 

9 

1 

1 

1 

1 

31 

13 

20 



24 

8 



Halt 
Hay. 



A 







































6ft 



The EUphant, ciroaiMcribed « HINDOOSTAN"— " PENINSULA." 

CoUm^ 
P Shr Robert Arbuthnot,* KCB. Cornet^ 1 Jan. 07 ; Lieut. 1 June, 07 ; CapU 
20 Aag. 02 ; MiQor, 13 Aug. 00 ; Lieut.-Col. 22 May, 11 ; C<d. 10 July, 21 ; 
Mqjor^Gen, 22 July, 30; LU-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; CoL 76th Ri^ 31 May, 43. 

Lieut, 'Colonel, 
Joseph Clarke, Ens, 22 March, 10; Lieut, p 10 June, 13; Copt, P24 M>. 25 
Jfiyor, 26 June, 33; Lieut,-CoL 17 Sept. 89. 

Mqjora, 
John Heneage Gnibbe, Ena. p20 Aug. >8; Lieut. P24 Feb. 25; Capt,9\Z May, 

26; Af^'or,P10 Jan. 39. 
Robert Faushawe Martin, Ens, P26 June 23; Lieut, p20 Aug. 25 ; Copt, P 10 

June 26 ; Jdqjor 17 Sept. 39. 



7ft 



Captaiks. 

Rich. Gardiner 

Robt. Clifford Uoyd 

G. F. Cooper Scott 

Robt. Shepherd 4,, 

Geo. Percy Pickard .... 

Henry Brewster 

ColUngwood Fenwick . . 
Charles S. S. £?ans .... 
Henry Dalton Smart. . . . 
Morley S. Tynte Dennis 

LlBUTBITANTa. 

John B. Flanagan, r 

Charles Murray 

John Gore Ferns 

Thomas Tydd 

Arch. Rutherfoord 

Wm. Wood Senhouse. . . . 

Wm. Wood Whitter 

Jas. D. Beresford 

Henry Heame Lacy .... 
George Augustus Bayly . . 
Charles O'Donoghue 
William Hugh Barton . . 

Wilford Brett 

EnsiONa. 
Geo. Robert Hopkins . . 

Sweton Grant 

Robert H. H. Keightley 
John Bemers Plestow . . 

Geoige Burdon •• 

John Christopher Minnitt 
Frederick Augustus Peel 
John Edward Large 



BNSION. 



12 May 14 
P 30 Dec. 26 

25 Oct. 27 
P 10 July 23 

29 April 24 
P 18 Oct. 33 
P 4 Sept. 35 

12 Oct. 32 
P31Dec. 33 
P 18 Sept. 35 

8 Feb. 31 
P29Mar.33 

3 May 31 
P 3 June 30 
P 19 Aug. 36 
P 7Apra37 
P 23 Feb. 38 

2 Mar. 38 
P 1 Feb. 89 
P 29 Apr. 36 
29 Aug. 39 
P 8 Nov. 89 
P 29 May 40 

28 Aug. 39 

15 May 40 

2 Apr. 

P20Dec. 

P17 Feb. 

P 6 Oct. 

P 20 Oct. 



LIEUT. 



41 

42 
43 
43 
43 
43 



29 Sept. 25 
P 8 June 30 
P 3 May 31 
Pl3May 26 

11 Feb. 27 
P 19 Aug. 36 
P 7 April 37 
P 3 June 36 
P 25 Aug. 37 
P28NOV. 37 

28 Aug. 35 
P 1 July 36 

23 Feb. 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 1 Feb. 39 

20 July 39 

17SepC39 
P 8 Nov. 39 
P 16 Apr. 41 
p 5 Jan. 41 
p20 Dec. 42 
P 6 Oct. 43 
p 13 Jan. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 5 April 33 

P 3 June 36 

P 1 July 36 

5 Jan. 37 

17 Sept. 39 

P 9 Nov. 39 

P 3April40 

P20 Dec 42 

8 Jan. 43 

P 10 Nov. 43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 10 Nov. 
Pay matter, ^Wm. Webster,* 7 Sept. 2(f ; Ena. 90 May, 08; Lieui. 1 Feb. 00. 
Atfjutant, — Lieut. John Gore Ferns, 30 Jane, 39. 
Qttarf€rifaf««r.-^ohn William Preston, 12 June, 28; Sh$, U Jane, 12; Liemi, 

19 Dec. 16. 
5icr^«m.— William Milligan, M.D. 1 Mar. 30; Aend.8wrg. 10 Feb. 14 j JETeip.- 

Agiist, 10 July 13. 
Amstant'Surffeon. — Robert Thomas Scott, 15 July, 36. 

Faeingt Red.— ^^entr, Messrs. Coz 4c Co. 
[Returned from Aava Scotia, 20 Oct. 42 ] 
1 Sir Robert Arbathnot Mtved lo Inland during Um rebelUou, In 1796, lnclu4ing the b«ttls of Bnllj- 
oamuck. At Um esptnre of the Cape of Qood Hop*, in 1606. Procecdtd from thence to South imrri>»_ 
on the ttair of Lord Bereefiard, and wu pretent In the battle prerloas to the •nrreoder of Buenoe A;riw» 
and at two engag emenu before lu re*eapiure by the Spaalardi : he was Mbeeqaentlj thirteen moathe a 
priaoner. On hit letum from South Anerlea he Mrved oa the etaff ol Lord Bcraeford la the ItlaBd of 
Jladtflra, and afterwarde la the Peniaeula, fttm IMS to the end of ihal war la 1S14. vHh the eaoertioo of 
the Ant part of ISIS, and hai received a cnm and three ebupe for BuMeo, Albuhera, Badi^v. NlveUr, 
NiTe, Orthei, and Tbulooee. Independent of the above, he wee alto pment al the battle of t^amnaa, 
paeeage of the Ooaro, Unee of Tonae Vedtas, lieft and radoetion of OUveafa, Snt eli^e of IN1n|>i. the 
liege and etormlag of Cladad RodrigOh P«Mege of the Adonr, and la a gieat many mmwrtoBi of kae 
Importance. 
S Pi^jnMlar Wehrter eervad atlhe mptnre of Martiaiqae In IS00s and in theAMiitea war in ISIA. 



£?.%mo'?r8!S:] nth ( The East Middlesex) Regt. of Foot, [g^^^l". 'lh'Tnt^ 

On the Colours and Appointments, the Plume of the Prince of Walei, 
" SERINOAPATAM "— " CIUDAD RODRIGO "— " BADAJOZ "— 

" PENINSULA." 



Yean 


Serr. 


51 


Full 


HaJf 


Pay. 


i*ay. 


35 


2H 


34 


lA 


18 


A 


38 





20 


4A 


10 





20 





14 





16 





16 





22 





13 





14 





10 





14 





13 





10 





10 





7 





8 





5 





7 





6 





3 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





25 


6 


4 





7 





27 


2 


8 





9 






Colonel, 
Sir John Macleod,» CB. KCH. Ens,Q Mar. 1793; Lieut. 2 May, 94; Capt, 24 

June, 95; Major, 9 June, 99; Lieut. ^CoL 1 Jan. 05; Col, 4 June, 13; Aqjor- 

General, 12 Aug. 19 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col, of the 77th, 17 Feb. 40. 
Lieut, Colonel,— $ George Paris Bradshaw,* KH. Ens, p2 Oct. 06; Lieut. P16 

June, 08 ; Capt. v 23 May, 10 ; Major, p 26 Dec. 22 ; Lieut.-Col, p 10 June, 26 ; 

Col, 23 Nov. 41. 
iifryw*.— Nicholas Wilson, KH. Ens. 31 Oct. 09; Lieut, 7 Oct 13; Capt. p24 

Oct. 21 ; M({jor, p30 Dec. 28 : Brevet- Lieut, -Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
John Peter Nelley, JSns, p 13 Aug. 25; Lieut, p 10 June, 26; Capt, p 11 Oct. 31 ; 

Mtyor, P 29 Nov. 39. 



Captains. 

9 James Algeo^ 

Ouy Clarke 

Wm. Jonathan Clerke . . 
Alexander Tom kins .... 
Thos. Graham Egerton. . 
Robt. Jocelyn Straton, s. 

George Dixon 

Paris Wm. Aug. Bradbhaw 

Henry Jervis White .... 

Henry Downe Griffith . . 

Lieutenants. 

Charles Lee 

John Edward Lewis .... 

William Forbes 

R. Ambrose M.orT\tt,d.pni, 

Montagu Denys 

Robert Baillie, d. a4j, . , 
Bartholomew O'Brien . . 
Alexander B. Rooke . . 

John Hackett 

Edw.Hen.LowtherCrofton 
CliarlesThomas Dumaresq 

Ensigns. 

Patrick McCarthy 

F. N.Wm. Graves Colleton 
Geo. Harry Smith Willis 
GeorgesLowtherRathbome 

John Moore 

Henry Robert Garden 
Thomas Oriel Forster 
Berrill H. Maguire 



ENSIGNS. 



2 Sept. 06 
17 Feb. 20 
24 Feb. 25 
28 June 24 

24 Dec. 29 
10 Jan. 28 

P30 Dec. 28 

P 26 Dec. 22 

p 23 Dec. 81 

13 June 30 

8 Apr. 25 
P 12 Jan. 30 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P27 Dec. 34 
P 7 Nov. 34 

3 Feb. 37 
P 15 Apr. 30 

25 Jan. 39 
17 Nov. 37 

p 10 May 39 
2 Apr. 41 



15 Dec. 40 
29 Jan. 41 
P23 Apr. 41 
p 14 June 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 
Pll Nov. 42 
p 25 Nov. 42 
P 20 Oct. 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



4 Sept. 06 
P 17 July 23 
P 10 June 26 
P 24 Dec. 25 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 18 Jan. 33 1 
P 26 Dec. 34, 

24 Feb. 25| 
Pll Sept35i 
6 Apr. 36 

P 30 Dec. 28 

23 Jan. 35 

11 Aug. 35 

P26 Apr. 89 

6 Oct. 37 

2 Apr. 41 

P 13 July 38 

P 14 June 42 

28 Aug. 39 

Pll Nov. 42 

P 20 Oct 43 



24 Feb. 25 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 18 Jan. 33 
P 8 Dec 37 
P 23 Jan. 35 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P29 Nov. 39 

30 Oct 40 
P 11 Nov. 42 
P 20 Oct 43 



BREVET- 
MAJOB. 



28 June 38 
23 Nov. 41 



8 Major Alceo lerved In the 
Peninaula from Aug. 1818 until 
the end of the war. 

6 Quarter-M'ister Smedley 
served in the Peninisula with 
the re<;iinent, from July 1811 
to Feb. 1813, and ^ain from 
Oct. 1813 to Uie end of the war 
in 1814. 



Robert Mostyn » 10 Nov. 43 

Paymaster.— W'lWiaim Galway, 29 Sept. 43 ; Ens, 4 Nov. 18 ; Lieut. 27 July, 20 ; 

Capt. 2 Apr. 41. 
A^utant.^Ens. Patrick McCarthy, 16 Dec. 40. 
Quarter-Master. — 9 Thomas Smedley,* 7 April, 37, 
Surgeon. — William Henry Burrell, M.D. 5 May, 37; Assist.-Surg. 12 April 21 ; 

Hosp.-Assist. 24 June, 15. 
Atsistant-Surgeans. — ^Joseph Samuel Prendergast, M.D. 19 Feb. 36. 

John Drope M'lllree, 20 Feb. 35. 
Facings. — ^Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Stoddart & M'Grigor. 
1 Sir John Macleod served in the arduous cam.paign of 1794 in Ilolhind, under the Duke of Toric, and 
was present at the attack and taking of Fort Bt Andr^, the bombardment aiid sortie of Nimeguen, tJie 
attack and defeat of the enemy at Utlrren-Mansel, QuildeT-Mansel, and Tbuil. Comroanded the brigade 
which carried the village of Merxem, 14th Jan. 1814, and whs severely wounded. 

S Colonel Bradshaw's services -.—Expedition to Madeira, in 1807 ; expedition to Walcheren, 1809, includ- 
ing the landing at Ter-Yere, siege and bombardment of Flushing ; Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of the 
wmr, including siege, assault, and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and Bad^joz ; operations on the BldasKoa and 
Adour, blockade of Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie. 

229 t R 



ll 



^313 



Year's SerT. 



Full 
Pay. 



S^':}^;J^iV8th(mffhhnd)RefftofF.{^^^^ 

" Cuidieh' n RhV'—The Elephant^ superscribed « AS9AYE"— "MAIDA"— " JAVA." 

Colonel. 
9 ^aul Anderson,* CB. Unt, 31 March, 1788 ; Lieut, 31 March, 91 ; Capt, 1 July, 

95 ; Major, 26 June, 1801 ; Lieut, -Coh 17 Oct. 05; Col, 4 June, 13; Mqjar^ 

Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; L'veut.-Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 78th Highlanders U Feb. 37. 
Lieut.'ColoneU,— 'Henry N. Douglas,* Eng, 23 Sept. 03; Ztevf. 23 May, 05; 

Capt. 14 Dec. 11 ; Mf{jor, p22 Oct. 25; Lieut.^Col. P28 April, 37. 
9<] i!-l Roderick Macneil,^ ^n*. 1 7 Mar. 08 ; Lt. 9 May, 09 ; Capt. p 1 Doc. 14 ; Mqf\ 

P9 Aug. 21 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 25 Jan. 22 ; Lt.-Col. p 17 June, 28 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 
ilfa;<?r«.— Jonathan Forbes,^ Eru. P19 Jan. 14; Lieut. 13 April, 20; Capt. 

P 16 April, 24; Mqjor, p 18 May, 38. 
Edward Twopeny, Ens. 27 Jan. 14 ; Lieut, p 17 Aug. 20 ; Capt. p22 Oct. 25 ; 

Brev.'Major, 28 June 38 ; ^fajory 8 April, 42. 



41 







30 



30 



Captains. 
Thomas HintonHemmansj 
Rawdon J. Pop. Vassall . . . 
9 Thomas John Taylor * 

Walter Hamilton 

Colin Campbell M*Intyre 

John Bums 

Qeorge Robert Cummin . . 
Abraham Wm^ Browne.. 

Henry Hamilton 

James Wood Collins. . . . 

LlEUTBIfANTe. 

Joseph Richard Lamert. . 
John Fowden Haliburton 

Richard Shields 

Digby St. Vin. Hamilton 
Fred. Edmund Caldwell 

Charles Pattison 

Patrick Robert Gordon . . 

Thomas Oarratt 

Thomas Molyneux Keogh 
William Henry Ridge . . 
Jas. Duncan MacAndrcw 
Grceme Alex. Lock hart 
Hamilton Douglas Gordon 

Alex. Mackenzie 

Douglas Hastings 

Edward Fellowes 

Michael Edward Smith . . 
Robert B. Arthur Purvis 
George Deacon Prettijohn' 
Lawrence Pleyd. Bouverie 

Richard Hill Rocke 

John Wentworth Austen 
William Parker 

KNSION8. 

John Mills Hewson .... 
Wm. M*Gregor Archer. . ' 

Richard Maclaine I 

Howard Doug. Campbell' 
Thomas C.Higginson ■-< 



ENSIGNS. 



15 May 11 
P 6 June 22 

12 Mar. 12 
P 28 Jan. 19 
9 Apr. 25 
P27 Apr. 27 
P 7 Jan. 30 
P28 May 29 
P 13 Aug. 29 
P27 July 32 

10 Apr. 25 
P 15 Feb. 33 
P 5 July 33 
P 30 Aug. 33 
P 9 Oct. 35 
P 7 Oct. 36 
P 2 May 34 
9 Mar. 38 
P 21 June 39 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P 15 Mar. 89 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 18 Jan. 89 
P7 Feb. 40 
20 Mar. 40 
P 23 April L9 
P 3 Nov. U7 
P 1 1 May 39 
P14 Feb. 40 
P 7 Sept. 41 
7 Jan. 42 
P14 June89 

16 Oct. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. |B RBV.-M A J . 



P 8 Apr. 26 
P 13 May 26 

17 May 30 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P 28 Apr. 37 
P 18 May 38 
P 21 Apr. 37 

8 April 42 
P29AprU42 
P30 May 43 



23 Vor. 41 
23 Not. 41 



2 Dec. 13 
P22 0ct. 25 

7 Sept. 14 
P 15 Apr. 24 
P 17 July 28 
Pl5Mar. 33 
P 28 Sept. 32 
P30 Aug. 33 
P29NOV. 33 
P22 Nov. 36 

13 Dec. 32 
P28 Apr. 37 
P 25 Aug 37 

30 Nov. 37 
PlHMay 38 
P30 Aug. 39 

20 June 36 

29 Dec. 40 
P 4 Mar. 42 
P 5 Mar. 41 
n2l May 41 

8 AprU 42 
do. 
do. 
do. 

p 29 April 42 
P 20 Dec. 39 
P 15 May 40 

20 July 42 

28 Dec. 42 
P30 May 43 
P 13 July 41 
P 17 Feb. 43 

7 Lt. PrrilijotiQ aervrd with tb« 49ih oa thm Cliia* 
npedtrioB. an«i «■• prrteoi si tb« attack tMl rm^ara 
ol Amov, the •remind capture oi CliaMii, r*|»«i*« af tba 
niKhl aiiatk an Nintpoo, ailark «Rtl raptarr «f Ch*> 



S CoL MieadI wrred la Sir John 
Moore's retreat, and mibaequcvtly at 
Walcheren. in 1809 { inSvedlah Po- 
meraala, in leiS % In Hollaad, la 
ISU. iDcludlnf tbe attaeii oa Ber- 
fen-op- Zoom. Serred alto tbe caB> 
paign of ISia, iaebtdlag Um balda 
of Waterloo. 

4 lli^Jor Forbes aecomponlcd tb« 
79th to Holland as a ▼oliiatwr. and 
was present in actloo at Meimeas 
ISth January, also on ibe And Febni> 
ary, 1814, and at the bombardsMnt 
of Antwerp. Serrcd alto tbe Cam* 
palgn of 1AI4 and 181& In FlaaderiL 

8 Capt Taylor serred tbe Cani<- 
palrnt of 181S and 1S14. inclndli* 
tbe Investaicnt of Panpelnna, tbe 
battles of the P yrenees on Cbe SSib, 
f9tb* and JOlb Jnly, 1813. blockad* 
of Bayonoe, action of tbe lower 
Bidaisoa list Aug. 1813, battle of 
Orthes. aflklr of Vie and Taibea. 
and battle of Toulonsc wbett bo 
was sercrely wovnded. 



pon, Woovaair, and C'bio Kfaag 
»trmion before Naakia. 



Fao, and tke den 



8 Mr. Burt served the Campalmia of IBIS and 1914, 
fnrludlnc the Siege of St. Sebastian, and battle of 
Toolouse X present In tbe action u New Orleans sah 
January, 18IA. 



18 Mar. 42 
P 1 April 42 

8 April 42 

9 April 42 
10 April 42 

George Floyer Sydenham p 29 April 42 

John Davidson 'p30 May 43 

I Thomas Collingwood . . . . I 1 July 42 

6^ Paymaster. — Monkhouse Graliam Taylor, 20 Aug. 36; .SWj. P10 June, 13; 
\A(^utant. — Lieut. Charles Pattison, 3l' Aug. 39. [Lieut. P5 Sept 22. 

I Quarter-Marter. — Joseph Webster, 31 May, 39; Ens. 23 Nov. 38. 
\SHTg€(m.—l^ James Burt," 29 July, 36; A.-S. 4 Sept. 23 ; H.-A. 7 June, 13» 
' Assist. ^Surgeons. — Wm. Hutchinson Allman, M.D. 12 June, 35. 
{John Inno8, 8 April, 42. 
John Mitchell, M.D. 13 Xov. 32. [Facings l\\xf£.— Agents, Messrs. Cox k. Co.] 

1 Ocoeral Anderson was at tbe stormlnr of CnnveoUon redoubts. Moselle Port, and tbe siege of CaM. in Ctoraicn t 
■erred subsequently in the West Indie*, and rereived a seTpre contoslan in tbe side in the stoming of Mnrae Cbapot, St. 
Luela I serred as Alde-de-Caap to Sir John Moore in tbe expt^uion to Holland i and afterwards in tbe rxprdirion to 
lgyp«, where be was severely wounded by a shot in tbe am, in thr action of fist March i served In the eapedition la 
Waleherro, and was present at tbe siege of Flushing. Medal for Comnna. 

S Lleot..Col Douglas served the Campaign In Java, including the investment and storming of Ftorl Cornells In August, and 
■lorming tbe Helcbu of Seroodole in September. IS! I, Invrstmeni snd sinrmlag of the FertUlcatioiis t4 Djoc^carU In June, 
I81t. Commanded tbed efacbment which took possession of the Island of Bavlav, and on bis relnm was appninted to tbo StaC, 
whIA be resigned to acemnpany bis regiment In the expedition to tbe Island of ttaUi In May. and to Celrbsa Julv, tSI4. 
Col. Douglas's terrlees at tbe stDrmlnc of DJo^ncarta were noticed In tbe London Oaaettc, ba having 
which took the Sultui prisoner. 



^^X'.u^r?^,] 79th Refft. of Foot {Cameron Highlanders). [^^^J^'jS^^J::: 

« EGMONT-OP-ZEE,"— The Sphinx, with the words " EGYFT'— " FUENTES 
D'ONOR"— " SALAMANCA"—" PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " NIVE"— 
"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



."••■< 



rears' SeiT. 


48 


Pull 


Half 


Paj. 


Pay. 


18 


A 


18 





22 





24 


H 


13 





12 





16 





11 





11 





11 





10 





9 





9 





9 





9 





6 





8 





6 





6 





o 






























3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





30 


lA 


3 





6 





27 


3H 


6 





4 






Colotiel. 
9 9123 Sir James Macdonell/ KCB. KCH. Ent, 25 Jan. 96 ; Lt, 2 Feb. 96 ; Capt. 

10 Sept. 03; Mqj. 17 Apr. 04; Lt.-Col. 7 Sept. 09; Col. 12 Aug 19; Mqj.- 

Gen, 22 July, 30; LL-Qen. 23 Nov. 41 ; CoL 79th 14 July, 42. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 
Hon. Lauderdale Maule, Etu. i'24 Aug. 26; Lieut. 21 July, 31; Capt.P22 

May, 35 ; Mqfor, v U May, 39 ; Lieut.-Col. P 14 June, 42. 
Af<i;or#.— Thomas Isham, Ens. Pi Aug. 26; Lieut, p 16 Mar. 32; Capt. P26 

May, 38; Afq/or, p 14 June, 42. 
Francis Rawdon Hastings Lawrie,^ Em. 18 Apr. 22 ; Lieut, p 13 Oct. 25 ; Capt. 

P5 Jan. 89 ; Mq^or, P 15 June, 42. 



Captains. 

Thos. Lewis Butler 

Edm. James Elliot, «. . . 

James Ferguson 

Robert M*Cleverty 

Charles Skene 

John Douglas, s 

Robert Ferguson 

Wm. Monro 

John Douglas 

Ilaskett Smith 

LlBUTENANTB^ 

Robt. J. M. Napier, d.pm. 

Rich. C. H.Taylor 

Rob. Douglas Clephane . . 

Thomas Gaisford 

Hector MacNeal 

Wm. M'Call 

Thomas John Reeve .... 
James Murray Aynsley . . 

Andrew Hunt 

Thomas Bromhead Butt . 
W.Finlay Hamilton, d.ad. 
Wm. Chauval Hodgson. . 

James Robertson 

Ensigns. 

Henry Mackay 

Wm. Arthur Mainwaring 
Wm. Thos. Wayte Wood 
JohnAlez.GavinCampbell 

William Forrest 

T. H. Camegy Arbuthnott 
Henry Wotton Campbell 
John Borthwick 



ENSIGN. 



13 Aug. 12 
P 5 Apr. 31 
P27 July 32 
3 Jan. 28 
P 12 Apr. 33 
P 6 Sept. 33 
P 25 Oct. 33 
P 10 Oct 34 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P29May 35 

P 7 Aug. 35 
11 Dec. 35 
P 8 June 38 
P23 Dec. 36 
P 14 Sept. 38 
P 29 Mar. 39 
P 11 May 39 
P21 Feb. 40 
P22 Feb. 40 
P 3 April 40 
P21 Aug. 40 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P 29 Jan. 41 

18 June 41 
P 14 June 42 
P 15 June 42 
P 2 Aug. 42 
P 14 Oct. 42 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P14 AprU43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



23 Sept. 13 
P 10 Oct. 34 
P 7 Aug. 35 

23 Aug. 31 
6 Nov. 35 
P 8 July 36 
P 8 July 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P26 May 38 
P 8 June 38 

P 14 Sept. 38 
P29 Mar. 391 
P18 Sept. 40 
30 Sept. 39 
P 29 Jan. 41 
P 8 June 41 
P28 Dec. 41 
P 14 June 42 
P 15 June 42 
P 2 Aug. 42 
P 14 Oct. 42 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P 14 April 43 



P 2 Feb. 30 
P 3 April 40 
P18 Sept. 40 
P 9 Nov. 38 
p 29 Jan. 41 
p 8 June 41 
p28Dec. 41 
p14 June 42 
p15 June 42 
P 14 April 43 



BRBV.-MAJ 



1 Nov. 42 



S Dr. M'Munn serred the campaigns of 1818, 
)4, and 15, In Holland and Flanden, including 
the action at Mersem and bombardment of 
Antwerp. 



P 6 Oct. 43 
Paymaster. — ^M Thos. Wm. Blewett Mountsteven,' 10 June, 30; Ent. 26 Nov. 

13 ; Lieut. 25 Oct. 20 ; Capt. 8 May, 35. 
A^utant. — Ena. Henry Mackay, 19 June, 41. 
Quarter-Master.-^^ iS&i Alexander Cruickshauks,^ 12 Oct. 38. 
Surgeon. — Robert Andrew M*Muim,* M.D. 1 Nov. 33; Assist.-Surg. I Sept. 14; 

Hosp.-AtHst. 22 Nov. 13. 
Auist.-Surgeona. — Henry Cooper Beade, 31 May, 39. 

James Carroll Dempster, M.D. 29 Dec. 40. 
Faeingt Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

1 Sir Jamei Ifacdooell tenred with the expedition to Naples and Calabria, in 180a and 0» including the 
battle of Halda, for which he has received a medal. Served afterward* in Portugal, Spain, France, and 
Flanden. 

8 Mi^or Lawrie lenred at the liege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1820 and 26. 

8 C^pt. Mounteteven wa« severely wounded at Waterloo. 

4 Quarter-Master Cruickshanks served at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; on the expedition 
to Oottenburi{b, in 1806; the campaign of 1808-9, in the Penitikula; expedition to Walcheren. siege and 
capture of Flushing, 1809; campaigns of 1810, 11, 1*2, 13, 14, and 15, in tlie Peninsula, Prance, and Flanders, 
Including the defence of Cadis and Isla-de-Leon. from Feb. to Aug. 1810 ; battles of Busaco and Fuentea 
d'Onor— taken prisoner of war while In defence of the village ; covering the siege of BadiOoXi in March and 
April 1812; battles of the Nlvelle, Nive, Toulouse (wounded In the left leg), Quatra Bras, and Waterloo, 
•erred with the arm/ of occupation until 1818. 
231 



'SJi'ili!?^.] BOfhBefftof Foot {Staffordshire Volunteers). [ 



SerrlBf •% 
New S. Walet. 



The Sphinx, with the word " EGYPT." 



Yean' Scir. 




38 



d 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 

18 

12 

7 

10 

8 
6 



Colonel, 























Lieut. 'Colonel. 
Narborough B*iker,« Ens, 17 April, OC; Lieut, PlO March, 08; Cap/. P 18 Not. 
19; .Mf{jor, p25 May, 32 ; Lieut,'Col. P24 March, 37. 

Majors, 
P Thomas Bunbury,* JEm. 7 May, 07 ; Lieut, 17 Aug. 09 : Capi. 25 Oct 14 ; 

Mtoor, P 21 Nov. 34. 
Charles Robert Raitt, JSns, 13 June 30; Lieut. p4 Oct. 33; Capt. p 22 June 38; 
Jtf^or,P29 0ct. 41. 



ENSIGN. 



Captains. 
Jas. Winniett Nunn^. . . . 
Rob. Alex. Lockhart .... 

Francis Marsh 

9 Charles Lewis ^ : 

Abel Dottin Wm. Best.. . 
Robert Ocorge Hughes . . 
Richard Talbot Sayers . . 
Rinaldo Schcbcrras .... 
James Deaves Morris .... 
Lambert L. Montgomery 

Lieutenants. 

John Lightbody 

Owen Gorman' 

Sam. Tolfrey Christie . . 

Simon Fraser 

Wm. Cookson 

Alex. Wm. Riley 

Anthony Ormsby 

Cha. Henry Leslie 

Edward Hamilton Ffinncy 
Hercules Atkin Welman 
Robert Boyle Warren . . 
Mathew Deane Freeman 
Geo.Cha.GIossop By thesea 

Ensigns. 
Astell Thomas Welsh . . 
Edward Alan Holdich . . 
George Samuel Young . . 

William Hunter 

Wm. Fred. Adams Colman 
Henry Geo. John Bowler 

WUUam Davis 

W. Wm. Oliver St. John 



LIEUT. 



7 Apr. 04 
Pll June 30 

6 Mar. 12 

9 June 13 
P21 Apr. 37 
P29 JunedO 
P 19 Apr. 27 
P 16 Mar. 2G 

14 Apr. 14 
P 22 June 38 

P25 May 32 

26 Oct. 30 
P 22 Jan. 30 

7 Mar. 10 
P23 June ti6 
P 26 June 38 
P 13 July 38 
P 20 July 38 

27 Dec. 23 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P27 Mar. 40 
P 6 Nov. 40 
P 19 Feb. 41 

P21 May 41 

P 2 July 41 

16 July 41 

20 May 42 

15 June 43 

16 June 43 
P 5 Nov. 41 



CAPTAIN. 



6 May 05 
P 5 Oct. 32 
30 Dec. 19 
30 Dec. 19 
P 4 Oct. 89 
P 6 July 3-i 
P25 May 32 

16 Apr. 33 
25 June 18 

P 17 Jan. 40 

P 9 May 34 

27 Feb. 36 

P 13 July 38 

17 July 11 
P27 Mar. 40 
P 19 Feb. 41 
p 2 July 41 

lOJ.^ly 41 
13 June 30 

16 Mar. 43 

17 Mar. 43 

18 Mar. 43 
P 28 July 43 



BREVET- 
MAJOK. 



13 Dec. 10 22 July 30 
P 13 July 38 

4 Jan. 33 

22 Mar. 32 
P 2 July 41 
P 3 Dec. 41 

16 Mar. 43 

17 Mar. 43 

18 Mar. 43 
P 28 July 43 

2 Ueut.'Col. Baker wai •! the 
capture of the l«le of Prance 

in 1810. 

9 M(Uor Bttnbury terved in 
the Peninsula from 1808 to the 
end of the war, including cap- 
ture of Oporto, battles of Taia- 
vera and Barroaa, deft*nce of 
Tarifa 1812. captnre of Seville, 
defence of the BrKl^e of Puente 
Larso near ArazOuev, battle* of 
NIvpIle and Nive (•eirereljr 
wounded), inTeatment of Baj- 
oone, and battle of Toulouw. 

4 Hiijor Nunn serred the 
Egyptian campaign of 1807 ; 
prpiiont at the capture of Qenoa 
in 1814. 



6 Qnarter-Master, 15 Nov. 1827, from which 
date tlie period of serrlce ha« been coropntcd. 

7 Capt. LewU ter^'cd In the Penintula from 
Auf(. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. 
Served alto the campaixna of I8SS and 96 in 
Burniah, ai Brigade-liajor. 



4 Aug. 43 

Paymaster,— Tho, Bloomfleld Hunt, 1 Aug. 37; JSns, PlO Jan. 26; Lieut, ^& 

Oct. 33. 
Acytitant, — Lieut. John Lightbody, S4 March, 37. 
Quarter-Master. — Fredericic Haves, 10 Feb. 37. 
5ur^««m.— Alexander Sheriff Macdouell, 2 Dec. 42 ; AssiH.-Surg, 29 July, 30 

Uosp.-Assist. 15 Nov. 27. 
Assistant-Surgeons, — Patrick Oammie, 17 June, 36. 

Arthur Colquhoun Macnish, 5 July, 30. 
Facings Yellow. — Agent ^ John Lawrie, Esq. 



233 



iJ^'-^M^jn^] 81«< Regt. Foot {Loyal Lincoln ro/u«feerO.[!S«1.''BSl^" 

" MAIDA"— " CORUNNA"— "PENINSULA." 



Yeara'Serv. 


60 


Pull 


Hair 


Pa,. 


Pay. 


26 


»& 


33 


ii 


22 


Hi 


30 


1« 


24 


1ft 


20 





21 


1\\ 


19 





16 





14 





17 





13 





12 





14 





11 





10 





10 





12 





19 





8 





7 





6 





5 





5 





5 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





I 





1 





14 





10 





15 





24 


9 


6 
5 







Colonel, 
Sir Maurice Charles O'ConncU,* KCH. Capt, 1 Oct. 94 ; Maj<yrf 1 Jan. 06; 

Lieat.'CoL 4 May, 09 ; Col, 12 Aug. 19 ; Major-Gen, 22 July, 30; LUiut,- 

Gen. 23 Nor. 41 ; Col, 81 st Regt. 6 Dec. 42. 
Lieut, 'Colonel,— Sir Charles Chichester,* Ens, 6 Mar. 11 ; Lieut, 4 Nov. 12; 

Capt. P23 Dec. 24; Mqjar^ p 29 Aug. 26; Lieut,'Col, P 12 July, 31. 
Mqfors,—9 Rob. Henry Willcocks,' KH. Ens, 12 Sept. 11 ; Lieut. 26 Aug. 

13 ; Capt, 21 July, 26 ; Mf{jar, p 16 March, 32. 
Giles Vandeleur Creagh, 2nd Lieut. p6 Jan. 20; Lieut. PIO April, 26; Capt. 

P 1 Aug. 20; Major, »»27 Dec. 33. 



Captains. 

9 Henry Dixon 

Rich. Hort, I, c, l July, 48, $. 

Abraham Splaine 

Jaiaes Ward 

John Edw. Orange * 

Cha. H. Edmonstone . . 
Wm. Hen. C. Wellesley . . 
John Hamilton Stewart 
Thomas Sarsfleld Perry . . 

Edward Bowyer 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Farrant 

Henry Renny, d. pm^, . . . 
Hon. R. A. G. Dalzell . . 

Henry Edw. Sorell 

George W. Raikes 

John Powell, d, ad 

Anchitel F. F. Boughey . . 

Fred. Edw. Sorell 

John Oldright 

John Gildea 

John Bourchler 

James Woods 

Francis Lepper 

EN.4ION8. 

Douglas Alex. Murray . . 
Charles James Skerry . . 
Thomas Deane Perry . . 
Wm. Benjamin Browne. . 

William Splaine 

Charles Ellison Goodwin 

Henry Austen 

Robert Bruce Chichester 



ENSIQNS. 



LIEUT. 



20 Aug. 
p 26 Jan. 
P28 Oct. 

26 May 

10 Apr. 
P23 Apr. 
P29 June 

23 July 
P 4 Oct. 
P16 Mar. 



12 
19 
24 
16 
25 
28 
30 
27 
31 
32 



9 July 


30 


P27 Dec. 


33 


P21 Mar. 


34 


P16 May 


34 


P 14 Dec. 


32 


29 Sept. 


26 


P 30 July 


36 


Pll Aug. 


37 


21 Sept. 


38 


P23 Aug. 


89 


24 Aug. 


39 


31 Dec. 


39 


P 7 Feb. 


40 



26 Feb. 41 

10 Sept. 41 

P 6 May 42 

-^16 Aug. 42 

P20 Dec. 42 

24 Mar. 43 

7 April 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P21 Nov. 28 
P27 Aug. 26 



PIO Mar. 
P 6 July 
P 27 Dec. 
P 13 Nov. 
P17 Jan. 
2 July 
P 6 May 
P 20 Oct. 



32 
32 
33 
36 
40 
41 
42 
43 



BREV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 
28 June 38 



P21 Dec. 16 
P 4 May 22 
P22 Apr. 26 
P 23 June 26 
16 Oct. 27 
P 2 Mar. 32 
P 6 Oct. 32 
2 Aug. 34 
P 7 Nov. 34 
P28 Nov. 34 

13 Feb. 36 

P 7 Aug. 36 

Pll Sept. 36 

P 6 Nov. 35 

P23 0ct. 36 

7 Oct. 32 

P12 June40 

IJan. 41 

28 Mar. 41 

P 30 Apr. 41 

2 July 41 

P 6 May 42 

p 20 Oct. 43 



9 Quarter>M oster Patterson's ■ervicet : — bpttl« 
of Halda, capture of Ischla, Peninsula from 
Sept. 1809 to the end of the war, Includlnip 
investiDpnt of Dcnia, battle of Castalla, and 
hiTestment of Tarragona, June 1813. 

10 Mr. Dealej served in the Peninsula in 1811 
and 12, including the battle of Albubera, and 
first siege of Badi^oz. 



P20 0ct. 43 
Paymaster — Wm. Fred. Nixon, 8 Jan. 41 ; Ens. 3 Aug. 30 3 Lieut, p 22 Jan. 36. 
A({futant, — Lieut, Henry Edward Sorell, 3 Nov. 37. 
Quarter'Master, — ^ James Patterson,' 26 June, 29. 
Surgeon,— ^9 Cbaries Dealey,*'' 19 Oct. 32 3 Assist.-Surg, 4 Mar. 13 ; Hasp.' 

Assist, Feb. 1811. 
Assist.- Surgeons. — Edward Wm. Gray, 22 June, 38. 

Henry James Schoolcs, M.D. 28 June, 89. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, JBt, 

Armit Sc Co. 
1 Sir Maurice O'Connell served at Dominica, and commanded the Lisht Companj of the 46th at Roseau, 
83nd Feb. If06, and successfully resisted the repeated attacks of a very superior French force. Com- 
manded a diviKiim of the army under Sir Robert Brownrigg, at the conquest of the Kaudiau temtoriea 
and capture of the reigning monarch. 

8 Sir Charles Chichester served as Brigadier-Oeneral wiih the Anelo-Spanish Legion during the years 
18S5,6» and 7 ; was in the action before Ernani on the 30ih August, 1835, in which he received two wounds ; 
also at the relief of Bilbao in the same year. Commanded a brigade at Mendigur, and at Asua, on the 16ib, 
17th, and 18th Jan. 1836; in the battle before San Sebastian on the 5th of May, and at the passage of the 
Unnea and taking of PaMages on the S8th. Commanded at Alia when it was attacked on the 6th June by 
the Carlists with a chosen body of men, and had a horse wounded under him. Was engaged in the general 
action on the heights of Amelia on the Ist of October. In the operations on the lOtb, 1 2th, 14tb, and 15th 
of March, 1837, during which he had a horse wounded ; and In the general action on the 16th of March, 
where he was wounded, and had two horses wounded. Commanded the British Legion, then formed into a 
division of two brigades, in the action of the 14th of May, and at the investment and storming of Iran on 
the 16th and 17th. For his terviccs in Spain, Sir Charles has received two medals. 

S MiOor Willcocks served In the Peninsula from May 1819 to the end of the war, including battle of Sala- 
manca (wounded in the hand and leg), siege of Burgos, battle of Vlttoria, si^ge and capture of Baa Sebastian, 
battles of the Nlve (wounded in the right arm), and investment of iteyonne. 
5 Capt. Orange served in the Burmew war in 1885. 

239 



Veap»' Sen-. 



61 



8l"wj^'.S7':]82rf-%.<?/i^.( The Princeof Wales's Volunteers),[^^^^^^i^ 

On the Colours and Appointments, the Prince of Wale^s Plume, ^' ROLBIA" 

— " VIMIERA"— " VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— 
" ORTHES"— " PENINSULA"—" NIAGARA." 

Colonel, 
Sir Andrew Pilklngton,* KCB. Ens. 7 Mar. 83 ; Lieut, 24 Jim. 91 ; Capt. 2 
Mar. 95; JIfq/or, 31 Mar. 04; Lieut.-Col, 5 Oct. 09; Col. 12 Aug. 19- 
Mt^or-Qen, 22 July, 30 ; Lieut, -Oen, 23 No?. 41; Col, 82nd Regt. 10 Miy, 4l! 

Lieut,'Colonel, 
9 John F. Mackay,» Ene. 14 Dec. 04; Lieut, 19 Feb. 07 : Capt, 16 Auir. 13 • 
Afq/or, P6 July, 33; XMfM/.-C<)i. 3 June, 41. 

Mtyora, 
P John Jas. Slater,* Em, 20 May 14 ; Lieut, p 7 Jan. 19 : Capt. p 17 Auff. 26 • 
Mf^jor^ P 21 June, 39 ' ^ -o * 

William Slater, Ens, 9 Sept. 12 ; Lieut, 20 Jan. 14 ; Capt, p26 Nov. 28 : Mqiar, 
3 June, 41. 7 -v » 



Full 



40 

30 
21 



M»lf 



19 
16 
21 
22 
13 
11 
11 
10 
9 
23 



12 

3 

12 

18 

5 

4 



lift 






13ft 









15 





8 





7 











10 





6 





6 





5 





5 





5 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





4 





I 
















Captains. 
Chas. Francis Maxwell.. 

Geo. Ogle Moore 

Jas. Alex. Robertson .... 

Benoit Bender^ 

Wm. Jas. Whittuck 

Edw. Blagden Hale .... 

DavidWatson 

WilUam Secies 

Jas. P. Bowyer Pulestou 
Lawrence Tallan ' 

LXBUTENANTS. 

Henry Bates 

Fred.Wm. Diggle 

E.R. W.Wingfield Yate8,#. 

Osborne West 

James Bailie, d, atff 

Cha. T. Vesey Isaac... 
Tho8.EyreLambert,c{. pm. 
Geo. Russell Nicholla . . 
John Wildman Yates. . . . 
Geo. Edmund Halliday . . 
Octavius Fred. Tlmins . . 

Charles Graves 

Ensigns. 

Matthew White 

Henry Bruce 

Lulce FitzGerald Bernard 
Edward Nichols Elliott.. 
Henry Archd. Robertson 

Stanley Slater 

Charles Murray Eraser . . 
Thomas Davis Lloyd .... 
John Harvey 



ENSIGN. 



P 28 July 26 
18 Sept. 28 
P 6 Mar. 23 
P 29 Dec. 08 
P 3 Dec. 30 
P 2 Aug. 33 
P 12 July 33 
P28 Feb. 34 
P24 0ct. 35 
P 1 Nov. 21 

OJuly 29 
P 14 Oct. 36 
P24 Mar. 37 
Pll May 38 
P28 Nov. 34 
30 Oct. 38 
P24 Nov. 38 
P31 May 39 
P 2 Aug. 39 
P23 Aug. 39 
P28 Aug. 40 
P 5 Mar. 41 



LIEUT. 



2 Apr. 

3 June 
P 6 Aug. 

28 Jan. 
P 8 Apr. 

16 Apr. 
P30 May 
»» 2 Oct. 
P 12 Dec. 



41 
41 
41 
42 
42 
42 
43 
40 
43 



P17 Aug. 26 
P 3 Dec. 30 
P17 Sept. 25 
4 Apr. 10 
P28 Aug. 35 
P 29 Jan. 36 
P24 0ct. 35 
P28 0ct. 36 
P 26 Apr. 39 

27 Aug. 24 

28 Nov. 33 
P21 June 39 
P 2 Aug. 39 
P 13 Dec. 39 

31 Dec. 39 

26 Dec. 40 

12 Feb. 41 

P 26 Feb. 41 

P 8 Apr. 42 

P 15 Apr. 42 

P 30 May 43 

19 Aug. 42 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ, 



P 16 Nov. 32 
P 12 July 33 
P 8 June 32 

26 Nov. 30 
P21 June 39 
P 5 Feb. 41 
3 June 41 
P 8 Apr. 42 
P27 May 42 

22 Aug. 37 1 



4 Capt Bender wrrH la CWMda 
rrotB D«c 1808 to Jan. 1815. and waa 
prMcnt la (hv actloo of Magiufa, 
taklof of Dvuoii, takliif Mwral 
Block bouan on the Miami* Klv«r, 
actloBs «i the River Rabin and 
Mlamle, fttotnlng ol ffandaakcy 
and Port Nia(ara. •n«ai«mcnt of 
Ind Jan. 18U. aetimu at Black 
Ruck ana at BulTilo. 

11 Qr..Ma»tpr Grant wrred lh« 
eampalgn of 18 IX la«ludln« tba 
Iwttlc of Watrrluo and eaptnra of 
Paria. 



* Capt- Tallan Mrvad «itli the 41«t tbtoaffkoat tka 
BuracM war, and «at pi««eat at lb* e«pt«r« of Rji». 
toon, attack oa kcMy.diaa and .a Pagoda F«i.t. 
eapiara of by nam. i lie aatcrai •ugmttutwutM ia froat Jf 
RaHftKMi fron the 1m m the UiblJ^c. 1814. eapt.n Jf 
TaHtabaia, •te|t« of pa.obiu troa Skk of MmJSt oatil 
•i« captar* on tb« 2nd April 18E». aanMMoia .oar 
I rome oo tbe Wi, 2ud, a.Jfiih IVc. f.lTJKnf. captoio 
i#r Malooa aad of Pagaba Mew. 



f3fr:;!i-^«'H"r™Sij.:i.'^-4t!' ^-^^^'-'y.'*^ ^^- -» septa*. 

Quarter-Master.^m Bernard Grant," 28 Aug. 35: Em. p 28 Dec 32 

'"'dUi:^ r r '""^' "•"• ' ^"•" " ■' ^-^•^n6cu « : 

A$nttant-Surgeans.^Qeo. Murray Webster, M.D. 6 D<«. 39. 
r • XT n ^ Robert Carew Anderson, M.D. 22 May, 40. 

Facings YeHov^.^Agent, John Uwrie, Esq.-'/ruA Age^Us^SirK R. Boroagh, 

Eart., Annit k. Co. ^ ' 

I Sir Andre* Pllktaftan ttrrad oo boaid tbo Channel Fleet la itu ..ui o« r« 
Royal, on boam ito Jbfl Om^. te Lonl How^ISS of |« Ll^jl?^ J^ ^SirS?*^ • "-pan, of tb. On.«.. 
In Iba Waal UMt* In ITM^ M, ukI 97. lnd»linr lb. cptniTof TrtiSid Jl^i^ J'l t»o .pllnter wonnda. S«plo„d 

B^-O. ,.«.,• to tadla In im ha waa -rt^^r^^SS^J S^l^ ^'SI^^Z^ S^^S^!!' *" '"— ^I'^-Wr 
Preach prlvatow. " ^ aeww. of tb. KtM BaM ladlaman acalnit a laic 

Vtalan.aml Cor««rBsip.dltla. towSdtotaT TTSThT "? '1'^'? Sl.ilT*^^*'**^ *** »••"*" ^ «-«^ 
k (MTvaIr wonadadl. VUtorla. PaM af II«m J-'-'-w*" "«pa|fna ftmn ISIO to Doa. IMS, faieludinff tb. batttoa^ 

894 



• Matar 



at Northampton. J 



83rd Regiment of Foot 



235 



"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE"— "TALA VERA"— "BUS AC0"—"FUENTE8 D*ONOR** 
— "CIUDAD RODRIGO"—"BADAJOZ"—" SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— 
" NIVELLE"— " ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 

Colonel. 
Hastingrg Fraser,' CB. Era, 9 April, 1788; LieuU 3 Nov. 90; Capt, 7 Dec. 07; 

Jtf^vor 28 July, 1802; Lieut.-CoL 7 Sept. 04; Col. 4 June, 13; IJqjor.-Gmi. 

12 Aug. 19 ; Lieut.'Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 83rd Regiment, 30 Sept. 36. 
Lieiit.'Colonel.—' Botet Trydell,' Ens. 19 Oct. 04; Lt. 30 Oct. 06; Capt. 

17 Nov. 18 ; Af((;ar,P3Dec. 29; J9r«?.-X*.-Coi.23 Nov. 41 ; Xf.- Col. 2 Aug. 42. 
Mf{fors.--9 Wm. Henry Law,» Eng. 29 April, 13 ; Lietit. P 28 Nov. 16 ; Capt. p 

14 July, 25 ; 3 revet- Major, 28 June, 38 ; itfcyor, 2 Apr. 41 . 
S Joseph Swinburne,* Ens. 16 Aug. 09; Lieut. 4 June, 12 ; Capt. 6 Oct. 26; 

Brev.. Major, 28 June, 38; Mqjor, 2 Aug. 42. 



Yfurn'Serr 


66 


Full 


Hair 


Pay. 


Pay. 


38 


1* 


26 


4ft 


36 





26 


2ft 


31 


6 


20 





17 





14 





13 





12 





19 





11 





20 





11 





11 





10 





10 





8 





6 





9 





6 





8 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





21 


10 


3 





6 





18 





9 






Captains. 

Edward Townsend 

9 JohnEmslie^ 

Henry Francis Ainslle. . . . 
Den.M'CarthyStubbeman 

Edward D'Alton 

Henry Lloyd 

Thomas John St. Aubyn 

John Kelsall 

Benj. Handley Brown . . . 

William Garstin 

Lieutenants. 
D. W. P. Labalmondiere 
Thos. Richard Derinzy. . . 

Duncan Campbell 

Edward Steele 

Walter Hamilton 

Francis John Hext 

Septimus A IphonsoF.Cary 
Cha. Wilson Austen .... 

Thomas Spring 

David Anderson 

John Thos. Downman . . . 
Hon, William Gage «... 

Ensigns. 
John Williams Wallington 

Robert Portal 

James SadlerNaylor .... 
Wm. Sandford Wills .... 

James Foster 

John Wm. Crowe 

WiUiam Nott 

George Henry Cazalet . . 
Thomas Stewart Lane . . 



EN8ION. 

23 May 16 

26 Mar. 08 

29 Jan. 24 

P22 Mar. 27 

13 June 30 

P 6 Apr. 31 

P 24 Aug. 32 

P 14 July 26 

P 12 Apr. 33 

28 Oct. 24 

21 June 33 
P 2 Aug. 33 
P8 April 34 
P 18 April 34 
P 10 June 36 
P2dMay 38 
P3 AprU 36 
P 14 Dec. 38 
P 14 May 36 

28 Dec. 38 
P 1 Feb. 39 
p 22 Mar. 39 

P 20 Sept. 39 

P 17 Jan. 40 

17 July 40 

P 14 Aug. 40 

16 Dec. 40 

2 July 41 

19 Nov. 41 

26 Nov. 41 



LIEUT. 



I 



CAPTAIN. 



P28 Oct. 
8 Nov. 
7 Nov. 26 
3 Aug. 30 
2 Aug. 33 



24, P 18 Feb. 
09 



26 
22 May 29 
P 6 April 31 
P 6 June 36 
P20Sept.39 



8 April 34 p 10 April 40 



P26 Sept. 36 
PdO April 27 



8 Dec 
29 May 



37 

28 



38 
38 
39 
39 



P26May 

14 Nov. 
PI Feb. 
P 16 Mar. 
P22 Mar. 
P 10 April 40 

20 May 40 

P 15 Dec. 40 

2 Apr. 41 

16 May 41 

P 19 Nov. 41 

2 Aug. 42 



P 16 Dec. 40 
4 Oct. 41 

P19N0V. 41 
2 Aug. 42 



BREV.-HAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



S Capt. Emlla lerrcd la the 

Penluula tram June 1818 to the md 

' of the wv. tneludinc the batUet of 

Nivellr, NiT», and Orthes { actions 

of SauTcteire. Vie Blgorrr, and 

I Tarbea t and battle of Touluuae. 

39 ! Served also in the Kandian iiunr- 

rectton of 1917 and IB, in Ce/loa. 



19 Aug. 42 
i»fly?/ui**cr.— Richard Brough, 7 Oct. 24; * Lieut. 26 Dec. 13. 
A^utant.^Ens. William Nott, 19 Nov. 41. 
QuarteT'Magter. — Robert Imray, 8 June, 38. 
Surgeon. — George Ledinghara, M.D. 2 July, 41 ; AuUt.-Surg, 8 Nov. 27 ; Hotp.* 

Assist. 31 Aug. 26. 
Assist. 'Surgeon. — Richard James O'Flaherty, 9 Jan. 36. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 
[Returned from Canada, July 1843.] 

1 General Prmer Mrred the three eampaigna of 1790. 91, and 9S, In the Bast Indiei* including the ilere and ■torminf 
at Banfatore, the aaiault of Tippon'a fortified camp, and the •ubecquent aiege of Serlnf apatam. In 179S be aerrcd at die 
•lege and eapcure of Poodlcherry. In 1797 he Mi ted on the projected Manilla expedition to Penanf . In 1799 he took the 
fletd agalnat TIppoo Sulun, and waa present at the battle of MallaTelly, and the ilege and aasault of SeriogapecaaiL Serred 
alao dorinv the whole of the Potygar war in 1801. 

S Lieut. -Colonel TTydeU terred at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, In 1806 { and In the Kandian luurrectlon of 1817 
and I8| in Ceylon. 

1 ll^or Law lerred In the Peninnila fh>in Sept. 181S to the end of the war, Inelodinc the battlef of Ntrelle and NWe. 

4 Hajor Swinburne lenred in the Peninsula from 1609 to the end of the war, Includinc the battles of Oporto, Talaver» 
(wounded In the right arm and foot), and Busaco : actions at Pombal, Leria. Coodeisa, Fleur-d»>lls, Ouarda, and Sabugal i 
battle of Pucntet d*Onor. Srat siege of Badges, action aC Blbodon, iiegct of Ciudad Rodrlgo and Bad^oa. battles of Sala- 
manca, Vittoria. Pyreneea, and Nlrelle ; action at SalTaterre^ battle of Ortbca (wouirfcd la the acek), action at Vic BIfforre, 
and battle of Tonlonae. 



Smb. for the E.rtj 34^ (jpj^j and Lancaster) Reyt of Foot. [**"'2Jl',iS2?^ 



Tean'Serr. 



8 



tsj-d 



e-S 



48 



Full 



35 
29 

21 

20 



16 
22 
17 
15 
11 
23 
18 
18 
16 
18 

11 
10 
9 
8 
7 
6 
7 
6 
6 
8 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
4 
5 
4 
5 



S 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

36 
6 
7 

25 
7 
2 
2 



Half 



Indlei, April, 1849.. 

The Union Rose, " NIVE"— « PENINSULA"—" INDIA." 

9 Sir Loftas Wi^. Otway,* CB. Gwn**, 17 May, 1796 ; Lieut, 2 Sept. 96 ; Capt 

27 Oct. 98 ; MtQar, 24 Feb. 1803 ; Lieut.-Col, 28 Mar. 05 ; Co/. 4 Juoe, 13 ; 

Major-Gen, 12 Aug. 19 ; LimU-Qen, 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 84th Hog. 30 Dec. 40. 
Lieut.'Col(melt.—9 Frederick Macbean,' KH. Eru, 9 Jane, 03 ; Lieut, 6 May, 

06; Capt. 24 Dec. 12; Af/|;or, P18 July, 20 ; Lieut,'Col. p2 Nov. 38. 
Richard Willington,' Com€f, 1 Oct. 12; Xe.20ct. 14; Capt, i»3 Dec. 25; Brev.- 

Mqjor, 28 June, 38 ; Mqjory p2 Nov. 38 ; Lieut,'Col, 8 April, 42. 
M^ar*.— Charles Franklyn, Ens, P17 July, 23; Lieui, p8 April, 26 ; Capt, PIO 

July, 28 ; Mnjor, P2d Dec. 38. 
Henry Bourke Clarke, Ens, 23 Nov. 15; Lieut, 17 Aug. 26; Capt, 18 July 33; 

Mqjor, 8 April, 42. 



614 


9 





4 













































©A 







Captains. 

David Russell 

Matthew B. G. Reed 

Charles James 

Wm. Hen. Kelly 

Richard Lovelocke Coxe 

Matthew Day 

Jaraes Alexander West . . 
Wm. Frederick Harvey.. 

Thomas Bridge 

William Johnston * .... 
Lieutenants. 

Matthew Cassan 

Thos. Davison 

Oeo. Fra. Harrison 

Wm. Murray Mitchell . . 

Cha. F.Campbell 

Cha. F. Seymour 

James Richard Lysaght . . 

Thos. Lightfoot 

Arth. Cavendish Bentinck 
Henry Fred. Saunders^ . . 
Fred. Wm. Chapman .... 
Pennant Athel. Iremonger 
John Willington Monck 
Thomas Edmonds Holmes 

Geo. Fred. Macbean 

M. Mac Naughtcn Smith 

Spier Hughes 

William Monck 

Henry St. John Clements 
Wm. Frederick Macbean 
Charles Alex. Halfhide* 



Ensigns. 

Arthur Moore Cassan 

Harvey Francis Hutchison 
Robert Wallen Jones .... 

Walter C. E. Snow 

Cornelius Cha. RoUeston 
George William Muriel . . 
Robert Crosse Stewart 



ENrtlQN. 



PIO Jan. 28 
P26 Feb. 18 
P29 Nov. 27 
P 1 Oct. 29 
P21 Oct. 33 
6 Oct. 15 
p 6 July 2C 
Pll April 26 
p 26 June 28 
P 7 Jan. 29 



P 13 Dec. 
P23 May 
p 26 June 
P 5 Mar. 
15 Sept. 
9 Jan. 

3 Feb. 
1 June 

P 2 Nov. 
30 July 
P 16 Mar. 
P 27 April 
P28 Dec. 
P28 Dec. 

4 Jan. 
P31 May 
P31 Dec. 
P28 Aug. 

15 Nov. 

P 31 Oct. 

20 June 



LIEUT. 

P~i Oct. 2*J 
P 19 Nov. 25 
P 20 Jan. 32 

18 July 33 

P 10 June 36 

2 Oct. 16 

28 Feb. 28 
P 13 AuflT. 20 

30 Aug. 31 
P 6 yov. 27 



33 19 May 

34 P 2 Nov. 
35'P28 Dec. 
36 ! P 1 Nov, 

37 P 28 Aug. 

38 22 Aug. 
37 P 6 July 

P 30 Oct. 
P 31 Oct. 
27 Dec. 
8 April 
do. 



38 
38 
36 
38 
38 
38 
38 
39 
39 
39 
40 
39 
40 
39 



38 
38 
38 
39 
40 
40 
38 
40 
40 
37 
42 



captain. 1 brev.-maj. 



33 
36 
35 
30 
40 



P 7 April 42 
8 April 42 

10 April 42 

11 April 42 
20 May 42 
24 June 42 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

P 29 April 

11 Feb. 

30 Sept. 

25 June 



42 
42 
42 

41 



P 5 Apr 

P26 Feb. 

P 9 Oct. 

P31 May 

P 30 Oct. 

13 June 41 

8 AprU 42 

5 Aug. 42 

18 Nov. 42 

P22 Nov. 36 



with the eicoption of »lxte«n 
prisoners anU on« tumbril, the 
enemjr bein;; In iiotaetfion of 
the ro«d hj which he wne to 
return. At Alhuhere he t-om- 
raand«d thi> three regts.ur I*or« 
tMKurfe Cavalry I which covered 
the ii>ft 6ank of the armjr. 

2 LiFut.-Col. Macbean't ver- 
tIccs :^Battlei of Roleta, Vi- 
niiera, and Comnna ; eipmli- 
tinn to WaVhcren; Pcnio«ula 
from Oct. 18ia to Nov. 1819, 
including the battle of YittoHa, 
Ma JO PaM,P}rreue<>«28th,S0th, 
and Slut July ; and Pua of 
Echalar. Served atoothecnm- 
pai|rn of IB15 In Upper Can^a. 

3 Lt.-CoI.Wimn8tontprvpd in 
the Eiiit Iiidiea from May 1811 
to Mny 1929, inclodinf the 
campai;:ns of 18IS and 10. in 
Kttttyvrar and Kutch ; taiiof 
of Aiijnr ; Deccftn cainpalime of 
1817 and 18 ; earopalKn of 1810 
in Kandlih; and la Kulch In 
1830. 



4 Lieut. Saundera ecrred nearly four yean 
on the Wectem coaat of Africa* and was pre- 
•ent with the Expeditionary force In the In- 
terior in 1837. Employed on a minion to con- 
vey ditpatcbet to the French at Senefml, in 1830. 

7 Capt. Nicholson served in the Pi>ninf«la 
from April 1800 to the end of the war, includ- 
inf the battlee of TaUvera, Bumco, and Sate- 
manca, where he wae levercly wounded. 



25 Oct. 42 

ThomaaHoran I 27 Mav 42 

Paymaster. — 9 Joseph Nicholson/ 7 Sept. 26 ; Ens, 11 Aug. 08 ; Lt, Aug.lO ; 
Adjutant.— Lieut. C. F. Seymour, 10 May, 39. iCapt, 15 Mai«h, 21. 

Quarter-Master, — James Farrell, 12 May, 37. 

Surgeon,— Dumel Armstrong, 30 Oct. 38 ; A.-S. 22 Dec. 14 ; H.-A.O Sept 13. 
Atsistant-SurffeonSf Francis William Innes, M.D. 10 Feb. 37. 

Christopher Ninian Euglish, M.D. 8 April, 42 
Edmund Alcxaiirh'r Parkes, M.B. 8 April, 42. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents ^ ^lesHts. Cox 6l Co. 
1 Sir Loftui Otwmy eerred In Irehind during the rebellion in 1708, nnd vra» preeent In the action at Tlnevar 
Hill. Proceeded to the PeninsalA in 1808 at a llnjor in the I8ib Hu«>Mr», and on the ISlh of Dec, at Rucda, 
be eurprited and cnpluml the whole of tlt« French Cavalry out-lyin« piquet. On the lOih followlnfr, nv«r to 
Talladolid, whilst tn tUfcouterl, be encountered Col. Antigiuic. commandant of the 98d Chaswur* k Cbrval, at 
the h^d of a Btrtinir force; cbar|[ed and routed him ; took the Colonel prisoner, and more of hit ChaMeiurt 
than lie bad Dracoon* to guaitl them, and brought them all into Uead-quar'ere, horses, men, arms, and b«f- 
gt^M. At Bencvente, whilst eommandinf the out lying piquet, he was opposed to LieoL-Oeneral Le Pevre, 
for nearly an hour, at the bead of six eqaadroQa of the Imperial Guard ; charged and br«>lKe bis advanced 
guard, whoee eommanding ofllcer was killed, and whose sword be took. In the afllbir of Campo Mayor be 
gained the rear of the enemy, and captured between Ave and si a hundred men and their Mittre battertaif 
tnln rsixlaca M-DOtuidtn), and bn^ugiit them part of the way back, bat was obliged to abandon lUt ea|itiiNi 



Erah 
Sanr 



Vean' Serr. 



48 



Full 
Ptt>. 



32 

32 

24 



"lifJ^^^SithiBuch. Volun£eers)TheKhiff'sLt.Tnf.Reff [^S;St"2tK^ 

"Aueto ipUndore returgo.*' 
« FUENTES D'ONOR"—«NIVE»— "PENINSULA"— "BLADENSBURG." 

CoUmeL 
V Sir Thomas Peanion/ CB. KCH. 2nd LUnU. 2 Oct. 96 ; L\eut, 26 April. 09 : 
Capi. 7 Aug. 00 ; Mq;ar, 8 Dec. 04 ; Lieta.-Col. 30 May. 1 1 ; CoL 12 Aua' 
19; Migar-Gen. 22 July,30; Xiei4#..<?e». 23Noy.41; Co/. 23 Foot, 21 Nov.W. 

LietU.'ColoneL 
9 P^. MaunseV ^w. 16 March, 12 ; Xiew/. P28 Jan. 13 ; CapL p24 Jane, 19 
-afityar, P 14 Aug. 27 ; LieuL-Col, 23 May, 36. 

23 ; MqjOTf 23 May, 86. ^ » 7 *- r 

Manley Power, |;^. p24 June, 19 ; Xieu*. p 17 April, 23 ; Capt. p 30 June, 26 j 
Brev.-McQ. 28 June, 38 ; Mqjor^ p6 Aug. 42. ' x- 7 j 



Half 
Pay. 



17 
15 
10 
17 
12 
14 
11 
10 
10 
9 

17 
6 
7 
7 

11 
6 
6 
6 
6 

4 

4 
3 
8 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
I 
28 







1« 


11 






































1 



Captains. 
Francis John St. Quintin 

George Tennant 

John Hamilton Dundas. . 

Brook Taylor, #. 

John Blackburn ........ 

Arthur Coape 

Alexander Q. Grant .... 
Cholmeley Edward Dering 
John William Grey .... 
Cecil Edward Bewes .... 

Lieutenants. 
William Todd,<2. pm* . . . 
Alexander Patterson .... 
Henry John Darell, d, (uy. 
Wm. Wray Maunsell • • • . 
Robert Ladbroke Day . . 
Thomas Edmond Knox. . 
T. C. Mytton Lethbridge 
Pat. Wm. Sydenham Ross 
Evelyn Latimer Parratt 
Lord Spencer S. Compton 
Conw. Fred. Cha. Seymour 
Ensigns. 

Hugh Massy • 

John Augustus Keyt. . • . 

Walter Ogilvy 

WUliam Williamson .... 

Robert Maunsell 

C. W. Wm. Lard Langford 

Charles Warburton 

George Mainwaring 



BNSIQN. 



8 April 26 
P 6 July 29 
P 18 Dec. 23 
P 16 May 27 
P 16 June 32 
P 19 Not. 30 
P 4 Oct 33 
P 9 May 34 
P 16 May 34 
P 7Aug.86 

P 30 Aug. 27 
23 Sept. 36 
P 6 May 37 
P 1 Sept 37 
P 18 Oct 33 
26Jan. 38 
P 12 May 38 
P 9 Nov. 88 
P 4 Oct 89 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P21 Feb. 40 

P 13 Mar. 40 
21 May 41 
P 2 July 41 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 28 Jan. 26 
P 9 May 34 
P 16 June 26 
P 16 June 30 
P 1 Sept 37 
P 22 Oct 33 
P 18 Dec. 36 
17 AprU38 
P 1 June 38 
P 4 Oct 39 

P 2 Mar. 32 
8 May 40 
P 2 July 41 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 7 Aug. 36 
P 24 June 42 
P 6 Aug. 42 
P 2 Sept 42 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 20 Oct 43 
P 27 Oct 43 



BREV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



23 Nov. 41 



P21 Nov. 28 
P 4 Oct 39 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 28 Nov. 34 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P28 Aug. 40 
P 6 Aug. 42 
P 2 Sept 42 
P31 Mar. 43 
P27 Oct 48 



8 Knjor Freuch aerred in the 
Peninsula, from Au;. 1818 to 
the end of the war, including 
siege of San Sebaitian, panage 
of the Bidasioa, battles of the 
Nivelle and Nive, and invesi- 
ment of Bayonne. Served also 
in the American war, including 
the actions at Blodensburg, Bal- 
timore, New Orleans, and Fort 
Bowjer. 



2 Lieut-Col. Maunsell served in the Penin- 
sula, from Augnst, 1818, to the end of that war 
in 1814, including the siege of San Sebastian, 
passage of the Bldassoa, battles of Nivelle, 10th 
Nov., and Nlve, 0th, 10th, and II th Dec. 
Served also in the American war, and wat 
slightly wounded at Bladenshnnr, 84th Aug. and 
severely at New Orleans, 2ad Dec. 1814. 



P 16 Nov. 41 

P 24 June 42 

P 6 Aug. 42 

P31 Mar. 43 

P 12 May 43 

Robert Hole Walters p 20 Oct 43 

Wm. Alexander Filder . . I p 27 Oct 43 1 

Paymaster, — Geoige Ash Thompson, 27 Jan. 20; Ens, 16 Mar. 16; Lieut. p22 
May, 17. 

6 A(iljutant.-~LieiU, T. E. Knox, 13 Oct 43. 
3 Qwar*er-Af«#*er.— William Neil, 26 April, 41. 

12 Surgeon, — George Clerihew, M.D., 6 Dec. 43 ; Assist.-Sarg, 2 Nov. 32. 
8 Assistant'Surgems.—WilUBm Carson, M.D. 7 Oct. 36. 

7 Thomas D'Arcey, M.D. 29 Dec. 37. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Downes Sl Son. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. 

Borough, Sart,f Armit Sl Co. 

1 Sir Thomas Pearson served on the expedition to Ostend, in 1796, under Sir Eyre Coote ; at the Ileldcr 
in 17W, including the actions of the 27lh Aug., 2nd and 6th October ; with the expedition to the Fcrrol. in 
1800; the Egyptian campaign of IBOl, including the storming of the heights of Aboukir (severely wounded 
in the thigbl, and actions of Uie 19th and 21it March. Siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; expe- 
dition to M urMnique* in IBOO, — succeeded to the command of the light battalion, and lield it till the sur- 
render of the island, when he received the public thanks of the commander of the forces for his surprise of 
a Preoch picquet under the walls of Fort Bourbon, where he was wounded in the leg by a grape-shot. 
Peninsular eampaigdl during the latter part of 1810 and 1811, including the occu|mtion of Torres Vedraa» 
first siege of Badejox, battle of Albuberat — succeeded to the command of the Fuftilier Brigade; action at 
Fuefltea Ouinaldo and siege of Otivenca, at which last he received a severe wound which shattered the 
thigh-bone. Served afterwards throughout the American war, including the action at Chrystler's Farm 
(horse shot under him), attack and capture of Osw^^, actions at Chippewa (as second in command), and 
Lundy's Lane (woundcMd in the arm), sifge of Fort Erie, where he was dangerously wounded by a ritie-ball 
tn the head in an attack made by the Americans on the British position. Medal and a clasp for the battles 
of Albahera and Chrystler's Farm. 

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P»y. Pa). 



SS^e.[Mi^ 1^] 66th ( 771^ Roi/al County Dawn) Regt. of Foot[^'V^^^^^ 

On the Colours & Appointments, the /fflrp and Crowriy with the Motto " Quit Separablt ?" 
"IWDIA "— The Sphirut, with the words " BOYPT"— -" BOURBON"— On the Buttons, 
Yea»*Serr | '^® Irish Harp and Crown, Colonel, 

' {) John Maister,' J?;i«. 13 Not. 93; Lieut. 14 Jan. 94; Capt, 30 Mar. 05; 
Mf{/or, 20 June 01 ; Lieut.-Col, 20 Aug. 07 ; Col, 4 June 14 ; Mqjor-Gen, 
lU July 21 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col, 8Gth Regiment, 25 Aug. 4X^, 
I Lietttenant'ColoneU. 

i) Bartholomew Vigors Derinzy,' KH. ^ETn^. 26 May, 06; LietU. 16 Mar. 06; 
, Capt, 25 Oct. 14 ; Mnjor, 4 Jan. 3.*) ; Lieut, -Col, P 20 Feb. 41. 
9 Andrew Snape Hamond Aplin,' Ent, 5 July, 10; Lieut, 24 Sept. 12 ; Capt. 

9 March, 25; Brev,-Major, 28 June, 38; Mqjor, P7 July, 38; Lieut, -Col. 

10 June, 43. 
Mf{jors.— James Creagh, Ens. 1 Jan. 10; Lieut, 4 March, 12; Cfl/if. 7 April, 

25 ; Brevet-MfQ0rf^2S June, 38 ; Major j p 18 Jan. 39. 
Henry Edm. De Burgh Sidley, Comet, 4 May 15; Lieut, 21 Feb. 22 ; Capt. 
Pll June 30 ; Majors 8 April, 42. 



34 
34 



34 
29 



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s 

5 



22 

19 
27 
13 
12 
16 
13 
20 
17 
12 

15 
8 
8 
7 
5 
5 

11 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
9 
3 
4 
4 
3 
2 

11 
2 
5 



8 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
I 
8 
25 
2 
18 
32 
7 
3 
2 







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3A 


3 

























































CAPTAlNd. 

Robert Henry Lowth . . 

Lewis Halliday 

John Holland 

Joseph Edwards 

William Rattray 

William Stuart 

William Lucas 

Horatio Fcnwick 

Qiles Keane 

Hugh Thomas Bowen . . 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Harding Woodgate 
John Harvev Thursbv . . 
George Butler Stoney . . 

William Eflwards 

Warren Wm. R. Peacocke 

Alexander Lecky 

Charles Fade Heatly .... 
George Leslie Woodd 
Joshua Henry Kirby .... 
Edward Henry Kelly. . . . 
Jolm Richard Barry .... 

John Reo9 Croker* 

Charles George Butler . . 
Averell Lecky Holland.. 
Charles O^ibome Creagh 
Francis Boynton Cow per 
Edmund Robert Stuart . . 
Wm. Henry Weaver .... 
John Augustin Olilham 
Robert Manners Sparks * 
Henry Benjamin Archer 
Charles Darby 

Ensigns. 

James Bovd 

John Jerome 

Francis Russell Creed . . 
John James Matthews . . 
M.W.De la PoerBeresford 
Edward Baker Weaver . . 
Dijrby Gerahty 



BN8IGN. 

P 4 Feb. 19 

7 April 25 

11 Mar. 14 

Pll Oct. 31 

3 Mar. 32 

6 Mar. 28 

P 4 Oct. 31 

19 Dec. 24 

21 June 27 

18 May 32 

13 Dec. 27 
P 26 Aug. 36 
P 13 May 3(: 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P 18 May 39 

19 Apr. ao 
30 Nov. 38 

P 10 Aug. 38 
P 14 Sept :i8 
P 14 DfC. 3H 
P25 Doc. 38 
P 3 Nov. 40 
P 11 May 41 
18 June 41 
11 Jfc-pt. 40 

15 Feb. 40 
P 28 Dec. 41 
P 1 Apr. 42 

16 Aug. 33 
P 



LI KIT. 



P lAprU24 
P 4 May 26 

21 Oct. 18 
P 4 Dec. 35 
P15 Apr. 36 
P 28 Sept. 30 
P13 Mar. S5 

13 June 30 
P 22 Feb. 31 
P 6 June 34 

Pll Oct. 31 
P 18 April 41 
P 11 Jan. 39 
P 28 Dec. 41 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P 2 Apr. 42 
7 July 37 

7 Aujr. 40 

8 Apr. 42 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

«• n May 42 
P .'i Aug. 42 
i:* Apr. 42 
2i Feb. 43 
2.) Feb. 43 
23 June 43 
30 Apr. 37 



captain, rruv.-maj. 



I 



2 Apr. 42 I P 18 Aug. 43 
6 Sept. 39' 30 July 42 



8 Apr. 42 

9 Apr. 42 
6 May 42 
5 Aug. 42 

24 Feb. 43 

25 Feb. 43 



P 16 Mav 27 123 Nov. 
P 31 Dec. 30 

31 Oct, 34 

Pll May 41 

P 29 Jan. 41 

8 Apr. 42 

P 20 June 40 

17 Aug. 42 

23 Oct. 42 

12 Feb. 43 



41 



9 LieuL-ColonH Derinrj'fl 
««nric«s :— C«ni|>iuKn and bal'tli' 
of Coruniitt (•<>%«>rplj woutidid 
in both knees); rxpeditiun to 
Walrheren, tticludlnir tin* »i«>i:«> 
•nd capture of RuBhing(«ound- 
rd in Itfft ami.) In tlie Pen in- 
tuit cnrnpaiKno, from D«c. I HOI 
to tho end of that war In I HI 4. 
includin{( the affair* of Pombnr 
and Rcdinha, re-rapture of 
(^ainpo Mayor, capture of Oli- 
tenfa, Ut ileKe of Badajoi, 
battle of Albuhera. tlece and 
rapture of Ctudad RodriKo» 
*ivf(9 und rapture of Bad^iz, 
battle of Salamanca, aflutr of 
Ald<Mi de Ponte, retreat fn>ni 
Madrid, affkin of 0»ina and 
JucAuna, battle of Vlttoria, 
blockade of P»mpeluna« aflWir* 
of Ronc«>»viilU>«, ZubUI, dcr.. 
battle* of Panipeiuna« )?Hih 
July, and of the Prrrnee*. St} 
Jul J, alfain of Echalar, S^i. 
E^tevan, &c. rupture of San 
Srbastian, paunfre of the Bl- 
dHaatiA, battle of the N' belle 
()IiinK*-rou«ly woniidi'd through the ImhIj, n^ 
por((>d killed); battle ofthe Nnr, Hirutr» uf Bm*- 
till I' de la Cl.in*nce, and Gave d'Oioron. Twir*' 
i>(»undrd. mu«kct-bHli in left arm, and bf a*plin- 
ter of a «beU in the chett at the battle of T«to. 
lou«e, but did not quit th* Held. Medal tor 
ToulouM. 

4 Lieut. Sparkt was wounded la tba Caffrn 
war. 

ft Paymaster Ormond served at the turrtmdor 
of Martinique and at the capture of Lp» S«iiot«« 
and Ouadaloupe, in 1619. 



P 4 Aug. 48 

William Porter | 26 Dec. 42 

PnjrmAffer.— George Ormond,* 26 Feb. 29 ; Ens, 23 Sept. 13 ; Lieut,e Doc. 15. 
A<(futant, — Ens. Jamef Boyd, 8 April, 42. 

Qtiorter- Master,-^ (m*ph Jerome, 23 March, 26. [Assist, Not. 12. 

Surgeon,— John Coghlan, 5 Sept. 34; Assistant- Surgeon, 19 Sept. 22; Hosp.- 
Assistant-Surgeons, — Charles Stewart, M.D. 7 July, 37. 

James Tof^hlan, 6 Oct. 41. 
Patrick Sinclair Laing, 8 April, 42. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, M(>ssrs. Cox k Co. 
1 Lieiit.-Oen. Mainer aervcd in the Hvlder etfMHluion in 17W, and was present la Ibe artiont cf lhA> Icth 
Sept , 9i»d und 0th Oct.. iii which lant be receivi>d four wound*. Served al»o io the Penit»»uia. 

8 Ueut, (Nil. Aplin wr»»'.l in tl»o Hminoila. frt»m F*»b. 1n|1 to the end ol the war. iiirludinc ih«» »»ail»i* .»f 
SalamancA. sioite of Bur<!i>s and rtptun* of Mn-lnd. S««r«»^i also throuchout the Hitrnir*i* •■r« «i«l « • 
pn>»ent in imnu'roui i' i: mfnt««iith thr (•n«>tiit. 



87fA Itefft. of Foot {Royal Irish Fusiliers). 



239 



** MONTB VIDEO**—" TALAVRRA.**— Jn B«ffl*. ^th a Wreath oT Laurel dteve tkt Hup. <n addMm it Uu Amu of tb« 
Prince of Walec m eommtmoraium qf iMr dittinguitiufd Servien on various oerauoH$. and parliadorif at Me BatUe a/ 
••BARROSA-— "TARIPA"— "VITTOHIA"— "NIVELLE*'— "ORTHK8"--"TOULOUSE".."PBNlNSULA"."AVA.'» 



Vt^an 


Senr. 


50 


Full 


Half 


k'ay. 


Pay. 


43 





28 


»A 


33 





30 


1 


27 





18 





19 





12 





18 


1^ 


8 





16 





9 





15 





13 





13 





18 





13 





11 











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8 





7 





7 





7 





4 





3 





2 





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2 





2 





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1 





1 





1 





18 


1* 


13 





20 





33 





3 






Colonel, 
]9 Sir Hugh Gongh,* JB«r/.,GCB. .ETn^.T Aug. 94; Lieut. 11 Oct. 94; Capt. 25 

Juiie,03;3f<|;ar,8 Aug.05; Lieut, - Col. ii\) July, 00; Col, 12 Aug. lQ;M(yor' 

Gen.22 July, 30; Lieut-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 87th Fusiliers, 15 Mar. 41. 

Lieut,- Colotiel. 
Henry C. Streatfeild,* JSTn*. Oct. 01 ; Lieut, p 13 Nov. 01 ; Capt, p7 Nov. 05 ; 

Brevet'MqjOTy 12 Aug. 19 ; Begtl'Mfyoi; 18 May, 23; Lieut.-Cvl. p4 Oct. 33. 
Mqjors. — ff Henry Arthur Magenis,' Comet, 1 Oct. 12; Lieut. 4 March, 13; 

Capt, P9 Sept. 19; Mqjor, P20 Nov, 27 ; Brevet LieuU-Col. 23 Nov. 41. 
James Bowes/ Em, 12 Sept. 11 ; Lieut, p 1 April, 13 ; Capt, 23 Aug. 25 ; Major ^ 

P 18 Oct. 33. 



Captains. 

Terence O'Brien, « 

Fred. Holt Robe, « 

James Campbell 

Henry B. Harvey, # 

George Floyd Duckett . . 
John M'Mahon Kidd. . . . 

Walter Boyd 

Charles Twisleton Graves 

James Boyd 

Lord John Chichester . . 
First Lieutenants. 

Wm. Boyd 

Wm. Radcliff, r 

C H. Fitz Boy Vigors . . 
Rich. Serrell O'Brien .... 

Wm. Percy Lea 

Charles Wm. D. Staveley 
Robt. Edwin Rich 
John North Ouvry North 
Henry John Jauucey . 

Wm. Shearman 

J. K. Egerton Holmes 
Jonathaji Rtch.Willington 
Rol)ert Lambert Turner. . 

Second Lieuts. 
Wm. Elford Adams .... 

Francis Colegrave 

Hon, Rob. Wm. D. Shirley 
William Henry Taylor .. 
Here. Geo. Rob. Robinson 
Henry Francis Williams. . 
Alexander Hugh Cobbe. . 
Augustus Henry Quartley 



2nd LIEUT. 



22 Apr. 13 
22 Oct 17 
P 6 July 26 
P 24 Dec. 25 
P 4 May 32 
P 21 July 25 

12 May 30 
P 14 Feb. 28 
P 28 Aug. 35 
P 8 Sept. 29 

P22Feb. 31 
P27 Sept. 31 
P 28 Oct. 31 
25 Nov. 31 
P 22 Feb. 33 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P 10 June 30 
P 8 July 36 
P 28 April 37 
P21 Apr. 37 
8 Dec. 37 
P 18 Sept. 40 

13 July 41 

20 May 42 

P 2 Aug. 42 

P27 Sept. 42 

P30Dec. 42 

27 Jan. 43 

19 May 43 

16 June 43 



LIEUT. 



19 Jan. 15 

8 Apr. 25 

P 31 July 28 

P24 Nov. 28 



CAPTAIN. 



P20 Mar. 28 
P 22 Oct. 33 
P 10 Apr. 35 
P 28 Dec. 32 



BHEV.MAJ. 



P29 Aug. 34'P 5 July 39 
P 8 Nov. 27 I P 28 Dec. 32 
P 19 Jan. 38 p 15 Dec. 40 
P25Feb. 31' 8 Dec. 42 
P 22 Aug. 37 I P 29 April 42 
P 10 Aug. 32 G Mar. 43 



P 17 Oct. 34 
P24 Apr. 35 
P 15 July 36 
19 Aug. 36 
P21 Apr. 37 
P 4 Oct. 39 
P 18 Sept. 40 
31 Oct. 40 
P 18 Oct. 39 

5 May 42 
8 Dec. 42 

6 Mar. 43 
11 Sept. 43 



23 Nov. 41 
31 Dec. 41 



4 Hi^or Bowefl serred in the 
Nrpaul Cunpaifn in 1816 i at the 
•i«f • and capture of HatraM in I81S 
«nd 17 1 tbc Mahratta Campalfa of 
1817 and 18 ; and in the Bonneae 
war in 1HS5 and 'Sft; wounded ft 
Nov. S&. 

8 Captain Du Vemet ■erred in 
the Burmeee war in 1815 and 18S6. 



10 Qnarter-ma«ter Carr eerred in the Peninsula 
with the Snd battalion, from Dec. 1808, to the end of 
that war In ISU. ineludinf the battle oX Talarera, de* 
fence of Cadis and Tarifa (wounded), battles of Bar- 
roaa, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Ortfaes. and Tba- 
lousei aeUons at Areanfues, Salvaterre, and Vic 
Bifurrc. Scrred also in the Burmese war in 18SI 
andU. 



13 Oct. 43 

Pay /^MWter.— John Francis Du Vemet," 23 Apr. 41 ; Biu. 27 Mar. 25; Lieu*, 

P 8 Apr. 56; Capt, p24 Apr. 35. 
^ 4/ttf an*.— Xieuf. R. S. O'Brien, 26 June, 38. . . * on * 

Quarter'Master,—9 Stephen Carr,»o 24 June, 24. [Hoip.'Amst. 90 A^r, 11 . 
Surgeon,— mi Rich. A. Pearson, M.D. 19 Nov. 30 ; Atstst.'Surg. 13 May, 13. 
Assist,'Surgeon.-^eoT^ I^edingham, M.D. 12 March, 41. 

Facings Blne,^ Agents, Messrs. Stoddart and M'Grigor. 
[Betumedfrom the MauHtius, 25 Sept. 43.] . « ,^ ^ „ 

1 Sir Hugh Oough wrTeditth«c«,uu.eofiheQipeofGood Hope, and iho Dutch Flef.t In Saldanha Bny. 
17W. SenTed aft*rw«rdt In the We.t Indie., including the ft^ck on Porto Rico, the brijand war In St. 
Lucia, and capture of Surinam. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1809, and commanded the 87th at the battles 
of Talavera, Barroia, Vitloriu, and Nivelle, for which engagemenU he has receljed a crow. Ho al«o coin- 
.oanded tS reidmenl at the .lege, of Cadiz and Tarifa, was -ightly wounded in the ' ^-^.^ J^''^^. t„' !Jj 
hattle of Talavcra hit horse was shot under him, and he himself was arte rwards severely wounded in the 
aide by « «Sll,-for hi. conduct in this action the Duke of Wellington •»»'»*^V»«"> '^^^•"^"f*;^,^'^^^^^ 
IJeut.-Colonelcy should be anto-dated to the date ut hi. de.patcli. thus ""^."•"^J"™ "'« ^r/^rruL hi 
t ver received Brevet rank for .ervices performed in the tteld at the ht-ad ^'/.."f "^^'J^'^i »»;^^^^^ 
regiment captured the Eagle of the 8th French Regiment; and at Vlttona they captured the Baton of 
5S«hal jZdan. At thS Nivelle he was aeuin »^verely wounded Com«..„.d^^^^^^^^^^ 
Canton-tor which he was made a GCB.-and during nearly the whole of the operations in Chma,-for 

''5\luTl? ^^ertSlS^rlti fhf "mT.1;. C««p.ir. or .«,*. 5 ^ M«clo.l«, the .».uU of BhuKpore -tm t^^^^^^^^ 
nsdi«r. of the «5th. .h«a out of 17 offleer. and 800 men who ra.rcbed to »'»• '«'"'i " °®'"' "^^ ,5*^;' 

killed or wounded. A«the capture of the Isle of Fr«ce in 1810. Served the MabratU Csmpaifn of 1817 and 18, In- 

eludln< liw capCiire of Hfttrus. .„ ^>_, 

3 Lieat..Colonei U»gni» served with Uie 7th FiwiUeif In the PrnlMuU and at New Orleuis. 



Btnb. ft>f For. 
SeiT.SO Nov. 1840. 



] SSth Regt, of Foot (Conjuiught Rangers.) 



tS^npIng at Mnl!a. 
l)«pdtfttStlrlkif. 



On the Colours and appointments the Harp and Croiim, with the motto, ^Q^iM Separabit T* 
The Sphinx, mth the words " EGYPT"— "TA LA VERA "—"BUS ACO'*—"FU EN TE8 
D'ONOR"— "CIUDAD RODRIGO"— " BADAJOZ"— « SALAMANCA"— "VITTORI A- 
— "NIVBLLE"— *' ORTHES"— "TOULOUSE"— " PENINSULA." 



:Yean'Serr, 



I 67 



Full 
Pttj. 



20 
19 
10 



10 
17 
14 
12 
10 
16 


23 
20 

14 
6 
6 
6 
6 

10 
6 
6 
6 
8 
6 
4 
4 



4 

3 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

10 

6 

13 

10 

6 

4 



Hall 
Pay. 

















13A 



































Colonel. 
9 Sir John Alex. WaUace,» Bt, KCB. Ens. 28 Dec. 1787 ; Lieut. 6 Apr. 90; 

Capt. 8 June, 96; Mqjor, 9 July, 1803; Lieut.-Col. 28 Aug. 04; Col. 4 

June, 13; Mqjor-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37: Col. 88th 

Regiment, 20 Oct 31. LieiU.- Colonel. 

Onnsby Phibbs, Comet, P 30 May, 22 ; Lieut. 7 Apr. 26 ; Capt. p 19 Sept. 26 : 

Major, PIG March, 38; Lieut.-Col. p31 Dec. 41. 
Mnjon.—nonXio Shirley, 2iMi Lieut. P12 May, 26; Lieut. p31 Oct. 26; Capt. 

P6 July, 33 ; Mqjor, p31 Dec. 41. 
Edmund Richard Jeffreys, Ens. 16 Jane, 26; Lieut. 9 \\ Oct. 27; C«ni#. p2 

Feb. 38 ; Major, P12 May, 43. 



Captains. 

Edw. Adams 

Wm. Irwin 

Henry Townshend 

Owen Lloyd Ormsby .... 

Robert Wm. Balfour 

William Mackie 

James Walker 

Uenry Beckwith Sawrey 

9 John Gould,* 

James Douglas DeWend 

LlBUTENAVTS. 

Hen. Lofhis Herbert .... 
Geo. Vaughan Maxwell . . 
Joseph De Courcy Laffan 
Plomer J. Young, d.pm. 

Edward Norton 

Edw. John Vesey Brown 

Edward Bayley 

Edward Herbert Maxwell 
John Brooke Johnson . . 
Jas. Birley LeAihxm/i.ad. 
John Hardman Burke . . 
Bryan Holme Holme. . . . 
Edward Wm. Lucas, s. . . 

Ensionb. 
Joshua Grant Crosse .... 
Charles Power Cobbe . . 

Edmund Corbett 

Edmund Gilling Maynard 

Charles O'Donel 

Thomas Gore 

W.FitzWm.L.C<myngham 
Thomas Mills 



EN8ION. 



9 Apr. 26 

P 15 Nov. 27 

P28Dec. 30 

P21 Dec. 32 

P 31 Oct 84 

5 Feb. 29 

P 6 June 35 

P 6 Nov. 35 

31 Aug. 07 

29 Apr. 24 

11 June 30 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P 24 Feb. 38 

11 May 38 
P26Jan. 39 
P 12 Sept. 34 
P 6 Apr. 39 
P 26 Apr. 39 
Pll Oct. 39 
p 6 Feb. 36 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P 21 Feb. 40 
P27 Mar. 40 



P 26 Sept. 40 
13 July 41 
28 Dec. 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 16 Apr. 42 
P 3 Mar. 43 
P 12 May 43 
2 June 43 



LIEUT. 



31 Dec. 28 

19 Nov. 30 

Pll Nov. sis 

P 2 Feb. 38 

P 16 Mar. 38 

P 14 June 33 

P 7 Oct. 36 

P 1 Mar. 30 

22 Mar. 09 

17 Dec. 26 

8 July 36 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P 11 Oct. 39 
P I Nov. 39 
P27 Mar. 40 

29 Dec. 40 

7 June 41 

P 16 Nov. 41 

P31 Dec. 41 

9 Jan. 30 
P 3 Mar. 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 18 Aug. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P 24 Feb. 38 

P26 Apr. 39 

Pll Oct. 39 

P 1 Nov. 39 

''26 Sept. 40 

2 Dec. 40 

P16 Nov. 41 

P31 Dec. 41 

13 Feb. 27 

22 May 41 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



23 Nov. 41 



8 Quart«nnaat«r Mfllt •erved 
In the 68th In the North of 
8paln and lo the South of 
iSance, with the army noder 
the Duke of Wellington ; after 
which be embarked with hia 
refrlment for Nurib America, 
and was scTcrvly woujtded al 
the affulr of Plaitaburf . 



Paywo^er.— David CahUl, 11 Nov. 42; Ens. 10 Nov. 26 j Lieut. 21 Dec. 32. 
Ati^uiant.— 'Lieut. Q. V. Maxwell, 7 June, 41. 

Quarter^Master.--9rh^mBEmU,»WApT.3l. [26; ^(Mp.-^jfwf.lOMar.26. 
Surgeon.j-AbT. Jaa. Nisbett Connel, M.D. 22 Nov. 39; Atsist.-Surg. 16 June, 
dssist.'Swffeons.'-QeoTge Douglaa Dods, M.D., 22 Nov. 39. 

John Burton St. Croix Crosse, 9 Oct. 40. 
Facings YeWow.^Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 
1 Sir J. A. WaUace wai at the batUe of Serincapatan, the ttonnlnK of Panda Rill, and of Tlppoo*t Ihiea 
fl«T6i"i.'^V^thL«^:*KTi;S' ^™'"* ^' W.tnaprrie:*c.l2r^I„ lii'lS.i 

a M^or Ooa'ld lenrcd with the 76th on the azpediUon fo Walcheran and at the tlen of Plaihloa In 1M0 
PeDia.ulB euBpaigni from Jone 1818 lo the eodof that war in 18U, lndodlnrtl»\5e« of Si 1^ 

aflerwarda In the ABitr:aui war, and waa prMtnt ia tha action at Plaitaburf. '^j^uam. oerrva 

840 



Embb for Foreignl 
8enr.£10ct.l6;Wj 



[Servlnff In N. America. 
OepOt at Cork. 



Tears' Senr. 



53 



FuU 
Pay. 



Half 
Paj. 



24 

80 
19 



31 
19 
12 
10 
10 
12 
19 
14 
12 
9 

9 
9 
8 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

4 
4 
3 
4 
3 

3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
9 



8 
20 
25 

8 
5 







89th Regimmt of Foot 

lie 8ph\na, with the words " EGYPT"—" JAVA-—" NIAGARA"-" AVA.« 

Colonel. 
fi Sir Charles Bulkeley Egerton,* GCMG. KCH. Bna, 16 Nov. 1791 : Lieut, 21 
Mar. 93 : Capt, 22 April, 95 ; Mqjor, 1 June, 98 ; Ueut,-CoL 14 Nor. 1802 ; 
Col. 4 June, 11 ; Mqjor-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Lieut.-Gen. 22 July, 30 j Col. 89th 

Regt. 26 Sept. 37. 

Lieut.-ColoneL 
James Wm. Bouverie, Ens. p29 June, 20; Lieut. p3 July, 23; Capt. Pl6 Aug. 

26 • Afflior, P26 Nov. 29; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Col. 8 April, 42. 
Jlfqyw-.— JP Edward Thorp,' JSTtw. 7 Mar. 11 ; Lieut. 28 Jan. 13 ; Capt. p 13 Aug. 

25 : Brev.-Mqjor, 28 June. 38 ; Mqjor, 21 May, 41. 
Robert Lewis,* Erm. 7 Apr. 25 ; Lieut, p 2 Mar. 26; Capr. P 12 Feb. 28 ; Brev.- 

Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 16 June, 43. 




















































Captains. 
9 Edward Kenny* 
James Graham^.. 
Caledon Rich. Egerton,#. 
Geo. Cal?ert Clarke .... 

Charles Daly 

Fred. Chas. Aylmer . . . . 

Henry Wynyard, t 

John Spence 

John Duntze Macdonald 

Arthur Pigott 

Lieutenants. 
W. H. Thornton, d. adjj. 

Henry Crawford 

Henry Edmunds 

Rob. B. Hawley - 

Oliver Creagh O'Brien 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



17 June 13 

22 Apr. 25 

15 June 32 

P 30 May 34 

P25 July 34 

p 4 Dec. 32 

9 Apr. 25 

30 Sept. 30 

13 July 32 

P24 Apr. 35 

3 Oct. 35 
P 9 Oct. 35 
P 8 Apr. 36 
28 Aug. 38 



1 Nov. 19 P 4 Dec. 32 

19 Apr. 27 1 P 19 Apr. 33 

P28 Mar. 34 p15 Mar. 39 

P 7 Oct. 36 1 p 20 Sept. 39 

P17 Feb. 37 p 31 Dec. 39 



P25 July 34 
P21 May 26 
P 12 Apr. 33 
P 13 June 34 
2 July 38 



P 28 Dec. 38 
John Chas.Tftomer |p 15 Mar. 39 



20 May 40 

21 May 41 
14 April 43 
16 June 43 

P25 Aug.43 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



John Newbury, d. pm 
Wm. Augustus Gaussen 
Tho. Dopping B. D'Arcy 
Fred. York John Stewart 
Richard Pennefather* . 

Wm. Huntley Mills 

Arundel Edmund Hill • 

Ensigns. 
Macartney Hume Oldfleld 
Alex. M*Geachy Alleyne 

WaiiamDuff 

Dunbar Douglas Muter. . 
Robert Blair Kennedy . . 

James Shuter 

J^dward Collingwood .... 
John Macdonald Cuppage 










28 Dec. 38 
P 17 Aug. 38 
P 10 Jan. 40 
P 15 May 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 
p 20 Nov. 40 
7 Sept. 41 

26 Nov. 41 
P 14 May 42 
p27 Dec. 42 
14 AprU43 
16 June 43 
P 25 Aug. 43 
P 8 Feb. 42 



1 Nov. 38 
8 Nov. 38 
P 15 Mar. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 
Pl5May 40 
p 20 Nov. 40 
21 Aug. 41 
8 April 42 
14 April 43 
16 June 43 
18 Feb. 43 
P 25 Aug. 43 
P 27 Oct. 43 



6 Capt Kcntay Mrrcd In the Pe- 
ninsula, ttum June 1S13, to Che end 
of the war, Includint the aetlon at 
Onna, batde of Vittoria, eiete 
and capture of San Sebastian, 
pAuafc or the Btdaiaoa (KTerelr 
wounded above the left hip); SkJcan 
de Lus, and the serlee of aettons 
between the Mh and ISth Dee I81S 
in ttvDi of the Intrenched camp near 
Bajrunne. Served alto In Ava, 
and was present in most of the ope- 
rations throughout the war. 

6 Captain Grahamjoined the 54th 
regt. In Burmah, as a Tolunteer. In 
Dee 1BS4. and was present at the 
carrying the entrenched Fords of the 
llahattee riTcr, S7th March, and at 
the atUek on the fortified belghU of Arraean, f9th 
Maich, I8t6 ; at the latter he was wounded In the 

side and fcee. . .^ ,^. «... , 

9 Dr. M'Dennott served at New Orleans, Sth Jan. 
1616 1 also the subsequent eonpaign In nanders. In- 
eluding the operations in eonnectiim with the battle 
of Waterloo. 



Paymoi^er.— Robert Browne Thomas Boyd, 26 Mar. 41 ; JEns. p 20 Feb. 3o ; 

P Lieut. 15 Feb. 39. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Henry Edmunds, 12 May, 39. 
Qunrter'Matter. — James Dukes, 1 4 Dec. 20. 
fii^.^.-SUl M^D A.H**.-5«r^. 25 Dec. 23; 

Hotp.'Asiigtant. 7 Feb. 14. 
Amstant'Surgearu^-James Morison, U Oct. 36. 

George M^Clure, 29 March, 39. 
Facinas VIacIl.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.— Jrw/i Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co^ 

I «r C a. lfe^^i.^ea i deUeSentU board a line^f-battle ship. In Lord HoweJ^on of th«l.« June. 1794. 
1 Mr C. B. ^^'^'"fr^'^ * . «,-««a«r of Valetta. Hh Sept. 1800 j from thence proceeded wlih Sir Ralph Aber- 

^::^r.^^Tf:!^'^ ^ ;::sfr. v^^ s?*.?.* «- «« -«.. .».. s.,™* -«>«„«., - 

Spain and Portugal In «»» ■»«* J^lil- . ,^^ .^ ,.., to jk- end of the war, including Uie aflkirs of Bl Bodon and 

actions Investing Bayonnc, and repulse of the sortie. 

4 Major Lewis served in the B«"»«|f 7"' „ „j^ Leon during the Ite wr in Spin, and was engaged In the fol- 

: ^!:;^ 5:S:2ir:twi ^ S^lS? i^b^«^«SSl ^ Sdnde. uSer sir Chanes Napier. Including the 

Sbe Lljt Company at the detenee of the Besldency at Hydrabad, under M^or Outram. 
241 



se^'.ter.'l'Ss.] 90th Regt of Foot {Perthshire Volunteers.) [t^i^^^J'^U^t!" 

(JLight Infantry,^ 

MANDORA.'»— The Sphinx with the word, " EGYPT"— ^* MARTINIQUE"— 

" " GUADALOUPE." 



a 




Veare' 9*tv. 



12 



14 



20 





19 





18 





18 





10 





17 





15 





14 





13 





12 





11 





11 





U 











8 





7 





G 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





I 





1 





1 





33 


5 


4 





7 





19 





8 





2 






Colonel. 
9 Sir Alexander Leith,^ KCB. Em. 8 Aug. 92 ; Lieut, Oct. 94 ; Capt.'il Not. 94 ; 

Maj<yr, 1 Aug. 04 ; Lwut.-CoL 7 Feb. 11 , Col. 19 July, 21 ; Mqjor^Chn. 22 

July, 30 ; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 90th Light Infantry, 2 Sept. 41. 

Lteut. -Colonel. 
1^ John Singleton,^ KII. Ens. p 11 Jan. 10; Lieut. 25 July, 12; Capt. p 16 

April, 24 ; jVq/or, P 10 Jan. 28 ; Lieut.-Col. P 17 July 40. 
MqJors.—ThomnB Woodward Eyles, Ens. 30 Mar. 20; Lieut, p 6 Not. 24; Capt. 

P 16 Ausr. 20 ; ^fqjor, P 7 Feb. 40. 
Herbert Vaughan, Efts. P4 July 18; Lieut. 20 July 20; Capt. 13 Not. 28; 

Mqjor^ P 19 Sept. 26 ; Brevet Lieut. -Col. 23 Nov. 41. 



Captains. 

Fred.Eld 

Hen. Rob. Thurlow .... 

Gerras S. Deverill 

Geo. Douglas Bowyer . . 
John Blaquiere Mann . . 

Marcus Geale 

Philip P. Gallwey 

Jas. D. Gregorie Tulloch 

Thomas Webb 

John Henry Bringhurst 

Lieutenants 
C. Montagu Chester, d.ad. 
Frederick Woodgate, d.p. 
Cha. Vaughan Pugh .... 
John MacNeale Walter . . 

Robert Owen 

K. W. Stewart Mackenzie' 

Thomas Ross 

Wm. P. Pumell 

Heury Ashmore Evatt . . 

Henry Lecky 

Ensigns. 
James Wm. B. Peddle . . 

Robert Grove 

David Da vies, a4j 

Wm. Victor Johnson .... 
Charles Fred. Thruston.. 

Tliomas Smith 

Horatio John Suckling . . 
Thos.DeCourcy Hamiltoii 
Richard Rodes Wy vill . . 
Solomon K. Ferrier Nazcr 
James Armar Butler .... 



ENSIGN. 



P23 Dec. 24 

P 11 Aug. 25 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 20 Sept. 20 
8 Jan. 29 



P 2 Nov. 26 IP 13 Not. 27 
P 28 Dec. 26 P 7 Sept. 32 
10 Feb 2o'pl7 Nov. 25 
3 Feb. 32 



P 29 Sept. 26 

26 Mar. 29 

18 July 30 
P31 May 31iP27Mar. 35 



P27Sept. 31 
P27 Mar. 35 
P 7 Mar. 34 
P 21 Sept. 38 
2 June 38 
1 1 Apr. 40 



P 7 Sept. 32 

P 10 May 33 
p 



19 Not. 33 !»* 17 July 40 

14 Feb. 34 22 Aug. 41 

3 Sept. 41 

P 30 Sept 42 



17 Mar. 38 
22 Sept. 38 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



S Lieut. St wnrf Mackvnxl* 
went M a vnlUMtrer from Oj- 
Ion toChina, and wns wppoioted 
to the Statf as Militar 8c«re- 
to thf> Coiiimander-ln* 



Canton. 



ODec. 33, P 25 Jan. 39 

PlO Apr. 35l 11 Apr. 40 

P31 July 85' 3 July 39 

22 Not. 36 | 5 June 40 . 'ary 

P 28 Apr. 37 P 17 July 40 ! ^^}f^ *",'',*"• »'" *'"* t **** 
Doo xr». Qu nio«f ^1 ■ at'ti ■n»ofChu'n|.ee,iheBogue 
P23Mar. 3«,Pl8May 41 ^oit-. and c»|MtuIatlon of 

24 Mar. 38 p25 June41 
P 22 June 38 22 Aug. 41 
P 25 Jan. 39 p30 Sept. 42 

25 Oct. 39 1 
P 7 Feb. 40, 

11 Apr. 40 

12 June 40' 
P 18 May 41 ' 
P 16 July 41 I 

24 Sept. 41 ' 
P30Sept.42| 
P 14 April 4:5 
P 28 Julv 43 
P 13 Oct! 43 
Pflymarter.— Henry Yielding Eagar, 16 April, 18; Ens. 3 Dec. 06; Lteut. 17 

March, 08. 
A4futant.—Ens. DaTid Davits, 3 Oct. 40. 
Quarter' Master. — William Newland, 15 Sept. 37. 
iS'ur^con.— Robert EUson, 10 Feb. 41 ; AA^ist.-Surg. 20 Oct. 25; Hosp.^Assitt, 

14 April, 25. 
Assistani.'Surgeon. — Robert K. Prendergast, 7 Oct. 36. 

Wniliam Madise, 27 Dec. 42. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Stoddart & M*G rigor. — Irish Agents^ Sir E. Borough, J9r. 

Armit &, Co. 
1 Sir Alex«0der Leith wnred in Flanden with the 42nd. purticuUrlr a. the defence of Nicupurt. Scrred 
with th« ;lUt at the attack of the po»t uf the Vigitf, and at tiM* lubMNiuent capt ire of St. Lucia, In 17M1. la 
North Hulland in 1700, and was le? erely wounded and loat an ey« at the h*ttle of Alkmaar. Kftypdaa cam* 
paifn of 1807, Including the attack on Rueetta. Served afterwards in the Penintuia, from April IbU to 
Jul/ 1814, and commanded the Slst at tii<» batilc* of Vittoriji. tbt* I')r«n(H>« on the »6th, IMlh, and aotli 
July, the Nirelkt the Nire, and St. Pierre (seTervl/ wounded), tionuiug the bclghu uf Garria, batila of 
Orthea, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Sir Alexander ha* n'celved a cross and one clasp. 

9 Lleut-CoL Slnfleton lerred In the Penluiula, from 1811 to 1 HIS, and was slightly wounded at the si«f« 
of the forts at SaUmsncs, and twice tererely wounded at the battle of Salamanca. 
242 



itTc^^X^TsIS:] 91*/ (2%^ ArgyUshire) Regiment of Foot \^^'^^^l^^''' 

" ROLEIA"—" VIMIERA"—" CORUNNA"— " PYRENEES"--" NIVELLE"— 

« NIVE"— " ORTHES"— "TOULOUSE"— « PENINSULA." 



VenrH'Serv. 



<id 



Full I Hull 
P«y. I Pay. 



30 
31 

17 



1» 

15 

12 

12 

12 



22 

13 

23 

16 

U 

9 

10 
9 
7 
8 
6 
5 
5 
8 
5 
4 
4 
4 

» 

o 
3 
3 















A 

17A 
5 






















3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





19 





8 





3 





17 





4 





2 






C0/om?/.~Gabriel Gordon,* Em. 6 Jan. 1781 ; Lleitt, 2G Nov. 84; Capt. 10 July 
94; MnjoTy 16 May, 1800; Lieut.-Col. 9 March, 02; Col. 4 Juno, 11 ; Major- 
Gen. 4 June, 14 ; LieiU.-Gen. 22 July, 30; Col. 91st Regt. 19 April, 37. 

L'unif.'ColaneL — Martin George Thomas Lindsay,' Bm. I (J Dec. 13; X/r./A 
P5Dec.l8; Cfl/>^ p 26 June, 23 ; ilf/i/or, P28 April,37 ; X^-Co/. 8 Apr. <!2'. 

M({;ort.—9 5iar| Norman Lamont,^ KH. Ens. 26 Aug. 13; Lieut. 3 Sept. 18 : 
Capt. 7 April, 25 ; Mtpar, v 2 Dec. 31. 

James Frederick Glencaim Campbell, Ens. 25 Oct. 27 ; Lieut, p 27 Aug. 29 • 
Capt. P 23 NoY. 32 ; Mqfor, 8 July, 43. 



Captains. 
C. Cooke Yarborough . 

David Forbes 

\Vm. Olendonwyn Scott 
BertieEdwM urray Gordon 
E<lward W. C. Wright . . 

Colin Campbell 

John Edward Bamev . . 
^ JohnGcorgcRawstorne^ 

John Ward 

John Campbell Cahill . . 

Henry J. Savage 

James Christie 

Lieutenants. 
Rob. Fred. Middleraore . 

John Brown 

Jas. Mast. Pennington . . 
Edmund Wm. Jennings 

Fred. J. Bayly 

John George Hacket. . . . 
Wm. Tho. Laird Patterson 
Richard Sweet Cole, r. . 

John Paton 

Frederick Harding 

Robert Stein 

James Alex. Cruickshank 
Edward John Dickson . 

James M^nroy 

James Day Cochrane . 

Ensigns. 
Robert Henry Howard . 
Alfred James Mclvin . . . 

George Thom 

Joseph Owgan 

Wm. Macdonald Mill . . . 
Henry Christop. Metcalfe 
Robert Fred. Aug. Layers 
Ormond FitzGerald . . . 
John Trotter Bethune . 
John MacPherson 



ensign. 



LIKUT. 



P 9 June 25 
P 8 Oct. 29 
P 30 Mar. 32 
P 26 Oct. 32 

21 Dec. 32 
P 10 Apr. 35 

1 Aug. 22 

22 July 13 
8 Apr. 10 

28 Feb. 28 1 
5 June 35 
P 24 July 35 

19 Dec. 34 
Nov. 35 
P 20 Dec. 37 1 
P 13 May 36 1 

30 Oct. 38 P 23 April 4 1 
P 25 Jan. 39 > 2 July 41 
P 22 Feb. 39 P 12 Oct, 41 
P12 Aug. 36P25 Dec. 38 
P 23 Feb. 39 P 9 Oct. 40 
7 Aug. 40 15 Apr. 42 
P 19 Oct. 40 15 Apr. 42 
P 10 Oct. 40JP29 Apr. 42 
P27 Sept. 39' P 14 Oct 42 
P 2 July 41 1 8 July 
P31 Dec. 41 P 13 Oct. 



P19 Sept. 20 

P 23 Nov. 32 

P 12 June 35 

P 24 July 35 

P13 Nov. 35 

P 2 Feb. 38 

P 9 June 25 

18 Aug. 14 

8 Sept. 28 

8 May 35 

P 1 1 May 38 

P22 Feb. 39 

P 12 July 39 
31 Dec. 39 

P 9 Oct. 40 
12 Mar. 41 



CAPTAIN. I BREV.-MAJ. 



P 4 Jan. 33 
P 24 July 35 
P 22 Feb. 39 
P 23 April 41 
P 2 July 41 
P 12 Oct. 

7 Jan. 
10 Oct. 
15 Apr. 
14 Oct. 

8 July 



41 
42 
38 
42 
42 
43 



»'13 0ct. 43 1 



P 12 Oct. 41 
13 Oct. 41 

15 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

17 Apr. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 

20 May 42 

6 Jan. 4^) 

P 13 Oct. 43 

20 Oct. 43 



43 
43 



Paymatter. — G. Had. Dairy mple, 31 Jan. 40; Ens. p5 Nov. 25 ; Lieut. 6 Dec. 27. 

Adljutant. — Lieut. E. W. Jennings, 27 Jan. 43. 

Quarter- Master. — John Gordon, 26 Jan. 41. 

Surgeon. — Samuel Maitland Hadaway, 2 Aug. 42; Assist. -Surg.. 29 July, 30 ; 

Hosp.-Assist. 29 Nov. 27. 
^WM*.-5Mr^#.— John Holt Elkes Stubbs, M.D. 2 Oct. 40. 

WUliam Stuart, MD. 2 Dec. 42. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Barron & Smith. 
1 Q«neral Gordon hot received a medal and one clasp for Martinique and Giiadaloupe. 

5 Lieutenant-Golonol Llnduy served in Holland In 1814 and IS, and was present at tl)e bombardment of 
Antwerp. 

9 Mi^ior Lamont served the campaifrns of 1813 and U In tlie Peninsula, Including the buttles uf thf Pyre- 
nees, Nivelle, Nlvd.t rihes, and Toulouse. Served at Waterloo, the storming uf Cauiliray, and cupiitrt' ui Purih. 

6 Captain Rawstome served in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1813 to the end of the war, and wa^ pr«.»i'iit ut 
the battle ot Urthes. 

243 



Emb^ for Foreign 
8erTi<Je,81 Feb. 1884. 



] 



92nd {Highland) Regt^ of Foot 



tOn psMage bftiD«. 
Depidt atlhiiHltc 



"EGMONT-OP-ZEE"— "MANDORA"— The Sphinx, with the words "EGYPT"— 
" CORUNNA" — " FCENTE8 D'ONOR" — " ALMARAZ"—" VITTORIA"— 
" PYRENEES"—" NIVE"— " ORTHES"— " PENINSULA"—" WATEBLOO." 



Ye«n' Sc nr 


48 


Full 


Huir 


Pay. 


Pay. 


33 


7A 


26 


lA 


20 


A 


20 


A 


17 





16 





26 


»ft 


18 





U 





21 





12 





13 





16 





13 





12 


17A 


10 





15 





9 





8 





6 





5 





6 





6 





3 





6 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





1 





1 





1 





30 


2A 


13 





5 





18 





6 





2 






Colonel, 
P Sir William Macbean,* RGB. Enx. 20 Feb. 1706; Lieui. 1 Oct. 90; Capt. 25 

Oct. 04; Mqjar, 10 Feb. 09; Lieut.-Col. 30 May, 11 ; Col. 19 July, 31 ; 

Mqjor-Gen. 22 Jaly, 30; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Vov. 41 ; CoL 02nd Hiffhlanden, 

31 May, 43. Lieut. -Colonel. 

P John M<Donald,> CB. Ens. 17 Dec. 03; Lieut. 21 March, 05; Capt. 7 Sept. 

09; Brevet-MaJoTy 20 Aug. 13; Regtl-Migary 25 Oct 14; Brevet-Lieut.^ 

CoL 4 Sept. 17 ; Jiegtl.-Lieut.-Col. p23 Sept. 24; Col 10 Jan. 37. 
Afryor*.— John Alex. Forbes, Ens. i'5 Dec. 16; Lieut. p22 May, 23; Capt. P24 

Dec. 2o; Brev.-Afqjor, 28 June, 38 ; Befftl^Mqjor, p 17 Sept. 39. 
Geo. Edw. Thorold, Ens. 24 June, 24 ; Lieut, p 9 June, 25 ; Capt, p 19 Sept 26 ; 

Brevet-Major, 23 Not. 41 ; Mc^jor, 1 Nov. 42. 



Captains. 
Mark Kerr Atherley .... 

Thomas Onnsby 

Arch. Inglis Lockhart, s. 
Wm. Bletterman Caldwell 
Robert Pitcaim . . 
Donald Stewart, s. 
Rob. Macleod Sutherland 

James Cox 

Patrick M'Leod Petley.. 
Archibald Neil Campbell 

Lieutenants. 
Ken. D. Mackenzie. ..... 

Arch. Stewart 

John J. C. Drake, d.a4f, 

Robert Petley 

Edw. E. Haines 

Alex. Penrose Miller .... 

Arch. H. Tattnall 

Geo. G. Hope Johnstone 
James Charles Gordon . . 
John Henry Dickson .... 
Cha. Edw. Stuart Gleig 
Edward Berens Pratt . . 

Charles Gordon 

Ensigns. 

John Gordon 

Donald McQueen 

Edward Peter Mann. . . . 

Allan Macdonald 

Francis Nicoll 

Chris. Monteith Hamilton 
Wm. JEneas Moncreiffe 
James Geoiige Hay 
Paynutster. 



ensign. 



P 28 Aug. 23 

21 June 27 

P 31 Dec. 28 

29 Sept. 14 

19 Jan. 26 

30 Sept. 30 
25 Dec. 23 

P 16 Mar. 32 
P22 May 31 

14 Aug. 28 

P25NOV.31 

20 Mar. 15 
7 Feb. 34 

24 Dec. 29 
P 26 June 35 
P 15 Jan. 36 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 14 June 39 
P17 Sept. 39 

15 Not. 39 
1 June 41 

28 Aug. 38 
P 14 Dec. 41 

5 Oct. 41 

14 Not. 41 

15 Nov. 41 

16 Not. 41 
P 19 Aug. 42 
P 3 Feb. 43 
P]7Mar. 43 



LIEUT. 



P 13 Aug. 25 
P 12 Feb. 30 
Pll June 30 
P2dOct. 24 
P26 0ct. 30 
7 Feb. 34 

7 Aug. 24 
P 19 July W 
P21 Aug. 35 

8 April 31 

P 10 Aug. 36 

P 12 July 33 

P 10 Aug. 38 

P 12 Aug. 34 

P 1 Feb. 39 

P 6 Sept. 39