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THE NEW 
ANNUAL ARMY LIST 

1853. 

(BEING THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL VOLUME,) 

THB DATES OF COHMIB810NB, AND A STATEMENT OP THE WAR 

SBBVICBS AND WODNDS OF NEARLY EVERT OFFICER 

IN THB ARHY, ORDNANCE, AND MARINES. 

CORBBCTBD TO Wra DBCBMBBB. IIH. 

WITH AN INDEX. 



Major H. a. HART, 49tb Rbqt. 



LONDON: 

JOHN MUBHAT, ALBEMABLE 8TEEET. 

1853. 



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*«* AU e0mmunieati9n$ /« he addru$ed to Major Hart, 50, Albemarle Street, London. 



LONDON : 
PRINTS D RT aTRWART AND MURRAY, 
OLD RAILBT. 



CONTENTS. 



Actions or Battlet 454 

Adjutants of Recraiting Districts 264 

Aldes-de-Camp to the Qaeen 117 

Artillery, Royal 265 

BarraclL Masters 326 

Cadets, Company of Gentlemen 274 

Cape Mounted Riflemen 250 

Ceylon Rifle Regiment 257 

Chaplains' Department 312, 445 

Chatham Depdt Staff 262 

Chelsea Hospital 318,453 

Colonels 30 

Commissariat Department 306, 427 

Dragoon Ghiards 121 

Dragoons 128 

Engineers, Royal 281 

Field Marshals 5 

Foot Guards 144 

Foot (Numbered Regiments) 151 

Foreign Corps on Half Pay 446 

Foreign Orders 460 

Foreign Stations, Staff on 322 

Garrisons 318,452 

General Officers * 6 

General Officers receiving rewards for 

Distingidshed Services 237 

Gentlemen at Arms, the Honourable 

Corps off 116 

German Legion 446 

Great Britain Staff 310 

Half.payList 337 

Hibernian Military School 453 

Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of . . . . 120 

Inspecting Field Officers 264 

Lieutenant- Colonels 50 

Life-Guards 118, 110 



page 

Light Dragoons 130 

Local Rank 112 

Maidstone Dep6t Staff 262 

Majors 86 

Malta Fencibles 263 

Marines,Royal 292 

Medals, &c. (Gold) : 454 

Medical Department 300, 430 

Medical Department, Ordnance 291 

Military CoUege 318,453 

Military Asylum 318, 453 

Militia 335 

Newfoundland Companies 261 

Order of the Garter 460 

ThisUe 460 

St. Patrick 460 

Bath 461 

St. liiichael and St. George 467 

Orders, Foreign 468 

Ordnance Department 265 

Paymasters of Recruiting Districts . . . 264 

Provisional Battalion at Chatham 262 

Recruiting Staff 264 

Retired Officers on Full Pay 331, 337 

Rifle Brigade 257 

Riding Establishment, Ordnance .... 274 

Sappers and Miners 286 

Staffat Head Quarters 117 

Staff of Great Britain 319 

Staff on Foreign Stations 322 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 315 

Tower of London 452 

Veterinary Surgeons on h. p 446 

West India Regiments 264 

Yeomen of the Guard 1 15 



EXPLANATIONS. 



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

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

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

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

K.O.B. Knight C om mamder of the Order of the Bath. 

C.B. Ccmptanion of the Order of the Bath. 

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

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

C.M.G. Ccmpemliwot ditto ditto 

G.C.H. Knight Orand Crou of the Royal HanoTerian Guelphic Order. 

K.C.H. Knight Camnumder 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 Trafalgtar. 

ff Before the Name, denotes that the Officer senred In the Penmmlaf or the 
South iff F^ranee* 

( Officers actually present in either of the acttona of the 
16th, 17th, or 18th Jane, 1816. Bi 
allowed two years' additional serrice. 



Waterloo MedaL < 16th, 17th, or 18th Jane, 1816. Boch Offioera are 



N. B. In the List of General and Field Officers, the Names printed in Italic are those of 
Officers retired tmta the Army, who hare been specially allowed to retain their Sank , but 
without recelTing Pay or progreasiTe Promotion. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are 
actually attaehed; the Letters #. and r. qfitr the name distinguish Officers employed on 
the 5^/f, or on the Bteruituig Service ; the letter r. before the name denotea tlMi the 
Officer belongs to the Reserre Battalion. Hie Letters A. Jf. hi the OaTalry Regiments, 
allude to the Riding Masters ; the Letters d. put. and d, atfj, denote the Dep6t Pftymaater 
and Dep6t Adjutant respe c t i v e ly^-^'ITie * brfcre the Name or Date of Commlaaion, de* 
aotes Temporary Rank only. The Letter p btfare the Date indicates that the Conunisaion 
was pvrcAoseif. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as '' Peninsula,'' ** Waterloo," 4ce. denote 
the Honoraiy Distinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their Coloura and 
appointments, in eommemoratio& of their Serrices. 



THE 



NEW ANNUAL ARMY LIST 



1853. 



FIELD-MAHSHALS. 



His liqjetty the KINO of the BELGIANS, KO. GCB. OCH., General, 2 Hay, 1816 ; 
Field Manhal, 84 May, 1816. 

HU Royal Highnets FRANCIS ALBEBT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, Duke 
of SAXONT, Prince qf SAXE COBITRG AND GOTHA, KG. KT. KP. GCB. 
GCMG., 8 Feb. 1840. Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 28 Sept. 1852 ; GoTernor and 
Conatable of Windaor Castle, 18 May, 1843 ; and Colonel-in-Chief of the Rifle Brigade, 
28 Sept. 1852. 

9 m HENRY WILUAM, Marquie of ANGLESEY, KG. GCB. GCH., Lieut.^ 
CoUmd* 12 Sept 03; Colonel, 3 May 96; Mqfor- General, 20 April 02; lAoit*' 
General, 25 April 08 ; General, 12 Ang. 19 ; FiOd Marehal, 9 Nov. 46; Colonel of the 
Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 20 Dec. 42 ; Captain of Cowes Castle, 25 Mar. 26 ; 
Matter General of the Ordnance, 



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War Services of the General Officers who are not Colonels of Regiments. 

1 Sir Akzander Mtckmiiift lerved with Lord Moira'i army on the •zpedition for the nlief 
of Oitnd, in 1794| m Moood in oommand at tiie oaptnre of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1795| 
in ooounand of % diTiakm on the expeditloaagainat Mplea, in 1808; and afkerirarda moomaiand 
of the army in the two Calabrias. 

2 Lord Cork aerfed in Flandera, in 1793, and waa preaent at the deana of Valendennea and 
Dunkirk, at the former of which he waa one of the atornung jwr^. In 1794 he aooompanied 
the expedition nnder Lord Mohm % waa preaent at the battle oiAloat, and made priaoner at the 
oapitnlallon of Bergen-op-Zoom. Served with the Onurda in HoUuid, in 1799. Commanded 
the flrat battalion Si the Coldatrewn Onarda in Egypt, in 1801, and waa preaent at the taking 
of Alexandria, and in the diffBrent engagementa with the army under 8& Eyre Coote, to the 
weatward of Alexandria. Hat reoeiTea the Silver War Medal with one Claap for Egypt. 

3 Lord Lorton aerred with the 58th aa a marine on board the Venftanet 74. Went oat with 
Sir Charlea Qiey'a expedition to the Weat Indiea, in 1793, and aerred in the let battalion of 
Grenadiera, nnder the eommand of the late Doke of Kent, at the oaptnrea of Martiniqae, St. 
Lnda, and Gnadaloapei on the oonolnaion of the campaign r^oined the 58th at Martiniqae. In 
aboat aix weeka following, in conaeqnenoe of a Fk«ndi force haring re-taken Grande Terre, he 
waa ordered with the Grenadiera again to Goadaloime^ and waa engaged in the aereral aotiona 
of that aeoond campaign; in coTcring the retreat of the troopa from f oint-ft-Fitre, waa atrack 
by a apent ball, which waa the oocaaion of a handaome com^iment from Sir Charlea Grey in 
mmt of the Grenadiera, whUe ioapeeting the remaina of the army on the afternoon of that 
fotal day, aa in foot he waa a Tolanteer on thia aeoond expedition, baring preriooaly receiTed 
permimion fi^m Sir Cliarlea to retam to Earope in oonaeqaence of pomotion. I>aring the 
night the troopa were re*embarked, he commanded an adTanoed poaition doae to the French 
linea while the operation waa in progreaa. Serred alao daring the rebellion in Inland, 
in 1796, at Vinegar Hill, fta, and sameqaently aa a Brigadier-General in the Weatem Diatriot 

4 General M*&enaie aerred the campaign of 1794 on the Continent, inclodiag the aereral 
aotiona between the Waal and Bhine, forcing the enemy from St. Andr^, aortie frtun Nimegnen, 
and the aetiona at Thayl and Geldermalaen. Serred alao on the eaatem coaat of Spain nnder 
Sir Wm. Henry Clinton. 

5 €(eneral White waa appointed, in 1793, Brigade-Major to the Ghiarda emfdoyed in the 
campaigna in Flandera, and waa preaent at the aiegea of Valendennea and Dunkirk, and at the 
aeticn and atorming of LinoeUea. 

6 General Bonham aenred npwarda of 22 yeara in the Weat Indiea, and acted aa chief of 
the Qaarter-lfaater^Genend'a department on the two expeditiona againat St. Locia and Tobago, 
and Demerara and Berbicei on the latter he waa aeoond in oommud. He waa alao preaent at 
the atorming of Mome Fortan6e, Sl Looia, on the night of the 2d of Jone, 1803. 

7 General Goaaelin commanded a Brigiade on the expedition againat Genoa, nnder Lord 
Wm. Bentinok \ and on its oaptare waa wpNointed commandant there nntil Uie peace with 
France. Sabseqoently he commanded a Brigade in the American War, and wai preaent at 
the attack on and oaptnre of Castine on the Fenobicot. 

8 Lord Caryafort aerred aa Secretary to the miaalon of Colonel Crawford, at the head- 
qnartera of the Archdoke Charlei, and waa preaent at all the battlea of the campaign of 1796 
in Grermany, at the aiege of Kehl, and the affiur at the beginning of 1797, on the Rhine. 
Served aa Aide-de-camp to Lord Comwallia in Ireland during the Kebellioni after which he 
waa employed in Germany, and waa preaent at all the aetiona of that year in Switierland, nnder 
General Hotae, and with the Roaaian army at the battle of Zurich. Campaign in Egypt aa 
Aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercromby, and afterwarda to Lord Hatohinaon. On the Qoarter- 
liaater^General'a ataif on the expedition to Sweden, and afterwarda to Spain, nnder Sir John 
Moore, indnding the battle of Cornnna. Embarked with the Gnarda for Walcheren in July 
1809, and aerved in the reaerfe in Sonth Bereland. Accompanied the Gnarda to Spain in 1811, 
and waa appointed to the command of the garriaon of Cadix. At the defence of Tarifa, he waa 
aeoond in oommand. Blarahed from thence with the detachment of the Gnarda that joined 
Lord Hill, and aabaeqnently formed a Janction with the Doke of Wellington on hia retreat 
from Boigoa. In 1813 he retamed to England, and ahortly afterwarda he again embarked with 
a detachment of Gnarda for Flanden^ a brigade of which he commanded in the attack on Ber- 
gien-flp-Zoom. Medal for aerfioaa in B^pt. 

9 General the Hononrable T. E. Capel aerred the campaigna in Flandera nnder the Doke of 
York. He aerred afterwarda in the Feninaola and waa employed aa Aaaiatant-Adjatant-General 
at Gadia in 1811 : he haa recdved the Silrer War Medal with one Claap for Cornmia. 

10 Sir Robert Barton aerred the oampai^ of 1799 in Holland, and waa preaent in the aotiona 



18 Wot Services ofiht General Officers. 

of the 8tli« lOtiby and 19<h Qtn/Umhw, Aooompanied the 1Mb Gmrdfl to the Feninsnlft, and 
•erred there for a ihort period. 

11 Qeneral the Honourable A. P. Upton jomed the Duke of Tork'a army in HoUand, in 
Not. 1794, with whloh he aerred the enniing winter campaign, and retomed to England with 
the army in ICay 1795. In 1799 he was a{^ointed Aid^de-oamo to Sir Balph Aberoromby, 
and was pree o nt at the battle of the 27th Ang. on the landing near tne Holder, aa alao at thoae of 
the lOib Bipi, Snd and 6th Oct. Appointed Aaiiitaiit-Qpiaftir^liUatar Q^aepia tp Ae tmny 
under Lord Chatham in 1809 : landed at Waloheren 27th Jiuy with the troope, and wae present 
at the actiona in whioh the enemy were driven into Flashing, and also at the siege of that place. 
Served at Oadiaf^em Apr. 1811 to Ang. 1812, and with tha Doha of WeUlaglim'aafa^ eUtHe 
Qaarter-Haatsr-Generat's slaK Irom Sept. 1812 to the esd of the war in 1814» indttding tba 

retreat into Pot«ogal,aetiona of San Maaoa and Ona>battb of Yitloiia» aotiim at TokiMi paii* 
age of the Bidassoa, battle of the NiyeUe, battles of theNiTeontha9th,10th,llthia»d littil)ea^ 
passage of the Adoor, action of St. StisBne^ investment of BayoaaCb and lepnlse of the aufil^. 
Employed aa asiUtaay conespondsnl with the Bavarian aranr in 181S» and wia prsaeni with it la 
iUvarionsoperatioas. He has received the Gold Medal and one Clstpfhr the battlea of ViHoria 
and the Nive i and the Silw War Modal with one Clasp for Niveile. 

12 Qeneral HnsUsson served (a the fteid« in India* nndar Lord Lake, and anbseqnently 
at the sisge of Bjghnr, and at ti esaptore of several towns and forts. In October 1818, 0<Mb* 
manded al Oandeisb, at the tahLsg of BehandetpoM and Amnlaeir. 

18 Qeneral Monekton served in Ireland daring the BebeUion in 1798. 

14 LieaVQeneral Boiler served theoampaigns of 1798 and 94 in Jlandawi aadfabaeqimtly 
in the West Indies, iadiiding the siege of St. Zinaia, and redaction of Grenada. 

15 Sir Hmry Bdw. Banimry served in Holland in 1799, ineloding the battlaa of the \9tk 
Sept, 2nd %td 7th October, filerved also on the expedition to N^lea and CalabHa in 1805 and 
6, and wa t prssent at the battle of Maida, for whioh he has leoeived the Qeld Medal 

16 UenL-Oeneral B. Brown served in Bgypt in 1801, aa an Asaistant»QaaHar*Maatarw 
Qeneiei In Jaooary 1808, he wee sent on a seerel service under the ortlwa of the fiaaretary 
of 8tat% and Mpdnted I>epo^*Qaarter-Mas«eff.General to the foraas oadar General Bpeoeer. 
In Jane 1808, he was employed on • eeerei servioe in Portogal, and was pteaent as a voiontasr 
at the battle of Boleia, for whioh he has leeeived the War Medal with one Clasp. 

17 Uevt-Qeneral Herbert served on the Continent with the army under Lord Moim and |he 
Duke of Tork. Bngaged daring the Carib war in St Vinoent^s i at Pot t^aoi-Priaaa, to St. 
Domingo i and at Art Irds daring the three montha' sieges Served also at the aiige of 
Copsnhagen, 1807. 

18 lileat-Qeneral Armatrong went oot to Flanders with Lord Moira, in 1794 i Joined the 
Dake of York at Antwerp, and was in that disastroos retreat throanh HoUand in the winter of 
1794-95, and embarked at Bremen. Served in Ireland daring the BebeUion in 1708t and was 
AseistanI- A4)atanl-Qeneral of the Centra Distriot under General B. Dondaa* natU the peaee 
of 1808. 

20 lieot-General Gordon served at the siege of Pondicherry, battle of ArgasMt aiegis of 
Asseerghnr, GawUghur, and various other hill forU. Served also at Waloheren In 1800. 

21 Lieut*General Johnson served the campain of 1808>9 In the Peninsula as a Mi^or In the 
32nd and waa preeent at the battles of Boleia* VTmiera* and Coranna» for which he hga reorived 
the War Medal with three CUspe. 

22 Lieut-General Tales servsd in Bgypt in 1801, and has reesived the Bgyptian aedal. 

29 Sir Love Jonee Parry served in the last AmeHoan war{ commanded a firontiar brigade 
in Upper Canada, and waa wounded and had a horse shot under him at the battle of Lnndy's 
Lane. 

24 Sir Charles Thornton accompanied the Guards to Holland, in March 1798, nndar the 
Boko of York, and waa prssent at the bettle of Famars (woondedX aiege of Valenejennes, 
retreat from Dunkirk, taking of Lannoy, where he lost his right arm by a cannon-shot. 

25 Sir Frederick Trench eerved in SicUy in 1806 and 7$ at Walcherenyin 1809; in thoBsnin-^ 
•ttla» in 1811 1 and fai Holland, in 1814. 

26 Lient-Oeneral Uniacke served in Ireland throughout the reheUion of 1798 and 20 and 
daring the preceding and subeequent disturbanoes, pMt of the time as side da namp to ^ 
James DoiT. 

27 Lleuk-Qenerai Dariey served at the siege of Pori-au-Frinee, in St. DomhMNH in 1794} 
subse<|aently at the siege of Mome-Fortnn^e, in St Looiai in Egjrpt, in 1807. Ooosmandad 
300 men on an expedition in a joint attack with H. M. frigatee the imyensufe and T'ranjj, and 
in co-operation with a party of seasMO, aacending the heights of PaliiHira in Calahcin* ngainsi 
a stronglj-poated enemy three iisMS the strsngth of the aesailanta; drava them odf thn gtound, 
and mraitalned the poet for three days. Served allarwaids in the Peninaula from Afuat 1818 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the batde of the Kivelle, and the aetaaaa of the 
Nive before Bayonne, on the 9(h, lOch, and 1 1th Dec. 1818, for whksh he has reeeived Ihn 6U««r 
War Medal with two Clasps. 

28 Lleat.-General Ajrimer served at the Holder in 1799, faMshiding the action oT *e lath 
Sept.! £»ptian campaign of 1801 (Odd Mednl)i espeditfon to Uanofvcr bi 1806.« ander 
Lord CatheaH; eaaipalgn of I808«0 In Spain and Forli«al, faudniteg the baltbn oT JKoUa, 



Wwr Servku of the Gmer^l Officers. 10 

Vimdm^ mA Oarauuw §» whiab* v4 te Sgy^ Im hu w^iM IIm W«r Madal wltb four 
ClMpt. Re MiTvd toliieqneDUy with Um ezptdltioa to Walehtno. 

S9 I4«ift.*GtB«Ml Vofiioft aervwl Ihe OMipftiga of 1808-0 ia the P^ainwiU, «• • Dt|Niiy- 
AMiiiint*Ajtmtoiit"Qwf8L Sabseqnuitij la tlw mibo omoitj wilU tlw Doke of WtUiogton't 
army aatU Jane 1811, aod wm pfitwt at the iMltle of TftUftr^ Senred with the Bod bftl- 
uUoa 6Mff ol the tarpriee of a Freneh dmeioa al Anoyo do Moliao» esd other oporttioaf, 
natU thooeptm of Bed^oi. Wilh tho QoMa't at the redaotioa of the Forts ead buile of 
Salemonm elighthr wonaded eerlv ia the dey» aad Twy sererely at the close of the actioa, a 
ball havisg entered his breast ana lodged near the hsarl» after teariaa along two ribs. Fol<- 
lowad the amy agaia at the espiratioa of throe weeks* and resnsted the eomiaaad of his 
regiaieaW wilh whiea hs sirred ia the rariovs operataoas nreoeding* dnriag, and sabssqneat to 
the aiaga of Buigos. He has raoeired the gold Medal teMamanoa, and the silrer War Medal 
witli one eUsp for Tate? era^ 

81 Sir Adolphas Joha Dabyaipla ssrred as Aide-de-oamp to Sir James Craig ia the Kastera 
Diatriot, lfalta» Naplesi and BioUy, from Joly 1608 to May 1806» and as MiUtary Besretary 
to Sir Hew Dalrysftple ia Portugal ia 1808. 

83 M^or-Oeneral Bfadshaw was acttrely empbyed in Bt. Dooungo ia 1793, 04, aad 05, and 
oommamted at 8l» Blaries aad Tiboroa, when those posts were attacked by the enemy. Berred 
in Ireland daring the lebaUion, in 1798; aad with the expedition to the FerroU in laoa Also^ 
the Egyptian campaign of 1801 (inelnding the aetions of the 8th, 18th, aad 81st March), §ot 
which he has reeeifed the Qohi Medal, as also the Stlrer War Medal with one Clasp. 

34 Vieooant de Chabot senred in Holland, ia 1799s in Spain, under Bfar John Moorsi with 
the expeditioa to Walshsren, 1809 1 and snbssqnently in the Peaiasvla, natU 18ia 

35 MijoriGeneral Wm. Stewvt serred in the Peninsola, aad has receiTed the Gold Medal 
for the battle of Albnhera* 

36 Sir Henry W. Booke embarked with the 3rd Gaards for Holland, in Ang. 1799, and 
waa praseat ia the aetioas of the 87th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept, 2nd and 6th Oetober. Bb« 
barked agaia for Hollaad, Nor, 1818, ia oommand of the Ond btttalion of that ragt, and was 
preaent at the adrkaoe to Antwerp, bombardment of the Frenoh fleet at Antwerp, and attaek 
on Bevgea-op-Zoom, Also the oampaign of 1816, inolading the battles of Qoatre Bras and 
^ITaterloOa 

87 Bir Joha Qeo. Woodibrd serred as Depnty^Assistaat-Adjataai-OeBeral on the Bspedition 
to Btralsnnd, and afterwards to Copenbegen, in 1807; and as Bepo^-Assistant-Qnartar* 
Master-Geasral on the Bspedition animr Bir Darid Baird, which joined Sir John Mooia^s army 
in Galida, and was p r e s e n t at the battle of Coronna, for which be has receiTed the silver War 
Medal wiOi one Clasp. Serred afterwards in tiie Peninsola as an A wistant«Qttarter»MasW«» 
Qeneralt and has rsMired the gold cross for the battlee of Nirelle, Hire, Ordme, aad Toolouee. 



Aleo the oaanaiga of 1815, imdading the battle of Waterloo, and the taking of Cambray. 

38 MaJor-iWnM Ferrer has raeeired the fiilrer War liedalwi(h two Cla^ for the Bgyptiaa 
caaspaiga of 1801, and for the battle of Maida. 

48 l^jor-QeaeralHay embarked for the Waat Indies early in 1796, aad serred the oampaign 
of that and the foUowiag year. In 1797 he wee entirely employed in the Island of St. Viaeent 
He serred the oampaign of 1808-9 in Portaaal and Spain under Bir John Moore, in the 
18th Haesan, and wse p r e s e nt in the canlry actions of Mayorga and Beneventet end 
waa with the detachment that surprised and captured the enemy's outlying piqoet at Boeda— 
commended the rearMard from Aatorga — and Ratantss on the retreat terminatjng with the 
battle of Ooronna. ne serred also with the Army of Occupation in France nntU its return to 
England in 1818. He has reoeired the War Medal with one Clasp for Benerente. 

48 Migor-Qeneral Jerrois aeoosipanied the 89th on the expedition to Hanorer in 1805. In 
1810 he was ^pointed to the stair of Lord Blayneyt aceompanisd him on the expedition to 
M^Uaga, and wee slightly wounded ia the attaek on the Fortiess of Frangerola. In 1813 he 
wae appointed to the staff of Bir Gordon Brammond, and aml>arked with him for Csnada, where, 
daring the operations of that aad the following year, he was present in almost erery eotion 
f ooght with the Aamrican Arm^ either in that Frorince or on the Fkontier, Indnding tha 
storoiing of Fort tf iagara, Lewistown, the attacks on Black Rock and Boflkio, operatious against 
the forts aad Iwtteriea of Oswego, and action of Lnndy's Lane. He receired the breret rank of 
Major for BalUo, aad thatof Iieat.-Colonel for Lundy's Lane. 

50 Sir Fraoeia Cockbnrn serred in Sooth America in 1807; in the Peninsula ia 1809 and 
1810s and in Canada from 1811 to 1814. 

51 Migor-Oeaeral Charretie serred three years ia the East Indies, and was present at the 
motiay aS Yellore in 1806, when nearly the whole of tiie 89th were nmssaered la their barrasks. 
He serrad ia the Peoiasala with the 2Bd life Quards, from 1813 to the cod of that war ia 1814, 
indnding the battles of Vittoria. Pampelona, and Tonlonse. He has receired the Wer Medal 
with two Clasps. 

53 Sir Oeoige Arthur serred with the SSth in Sir James Craig's expedition to Italy In 1806 i 
proceeded thence the following year to Egypt, and being appointed Adjntaat of the Idght Bat- 
talion, was eagagsd in tha attacli oa Bosetta^aeverely wounded In the right arm. After 
serving in Sicily nnder ^ James Kempt, he retnraed to England in 1808 $ the following year 
commanded the light Company with tha Walofaeitn expedidon ; waa employed in tha astaok 
on Flashing, and, being then on oatpost duty, was ordered to check the adranoe of the French 



20 War Sermees of the General Officers. 

forot^ which he eflbeted— hit oompany, howeTW, luflMsff lerenlj. For hb gillHitnr <m tkh 
oooMion he wm thanhed in own, end apDomted to toe ateff as Deputy Aitiat Adjotant* 
General In 1887 he waa appointed lient-GoTemor of Upper Canada, with the local rank of 
hC^or-Geoertl on the Stafl^ and theae appointmenta he held aarlnff the whole of the attaoki of 
the American Bciganda upon Upper Canada, which were entixel j oefealed. 

58 M^of^Qeneral PMnck Campbell (B. Artillery) waa at the capture of 8t Lnoia in 179i» 
and anbaeqnently in the Carib war in Bt. Vincent. Serred alao in the Pcninanla from Jaa. 
1809 to the end of that war in 1814, inelnding the batdea of T^vera and CaataUa. He hai 
raoeired the War Medal with one Olaap for TiQaTera. 

55 M^or-General linellyn lerved in the 5Snd at Ferrol, Cadis, and in the Meditefraneaii, 
in 1800 Mid 1801. HaTing obtained a company by porohaae in the 28th nfft, he aooompaaicd 
it to the Peninsnla in 1809, and, with the exemption of one year'a abcenoe in fogland, oocaaioDcd 
by itt-heaith, he waa actiTely employed with it in the Tariona duties that foil to ita ■hare to th« 
i*n*rrft'g*" in which it bore anch a oonaplenons part. Beaidea many lerfioea of minor inpor 
tance, he waa pretent with hia regiment at the battle of Botaoo, defonce of the Linea of Liiboo, 
adranoe on Campo Mayor, aiage of Badajos, battle of Albohera, capture of a French oorpt at I 
Arroyo de MoUno, attack and capture of the Forta and Bridee of Almaraa, advance on Artsjoei 
and Madrid, ooenpatlon of Bcmrdeanx. In 1815 he embarked with hia regi m ent for the 
Nedierlanda, where he waa peraonaUy engaeed with it in the battlea of Qaatre Brat and 
Waterloo, in the latter of which he wat ■ercreTy wounded, and recelTed for hia oonduet in the 
field tiie breret rank of Lt •Colonel and the Comnanionahip of the Bath. He haa received the 
War Medal with two CUepa for Boaaoo and Albnhera. 

56 Bfajor-General Lantour served in the Peninaula with the 11th Dragoons in 1811 and 13; 
he attacked, with a aqnadron, on the 26th Sept. 181 1, near El Bodon, a IVenoh Cavalry R^- 
which had captured part of ike baggage of the Light Division, and covered the retreat of (he 
74th, and five companlea of the SOthTfrom Ciodad Kodriga Present also at the siege of Bada- 
jos and battle of Salamanca. Whilst in command of a squadron he attacked, and took pri- 
soners, a company of French Artillery posted in a vineyard, near ValladoUd, supporting the 
enemy's cavalry on 7th tSept. 1812, during the time the Army waa crossing the Douro; he abo 
repulsed an attack of the enemy's piquets, making one officer and many men prisoners, at Mo- 
naaterio and in front of Burgoa on 2nd Oct 1812; and he was continuaUy on ontpoet duty, sad 
almost daily engaged with the euemy'a skirmishers, and waa slightly wounded in the retreat 
from Burgos by the bursting of a ahelL Served the campaign of 1815, with the 2drd Light 
Dragoona, and was present in the actions of the 16th and 17tli June, and at the battle of 
Waterloo, where he succeeded to the command of the regiment and of the brigade. He ksi 
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Sslamanca. 

57 Mi^or .General Peter Brown served frith the 82nd on an enedition to the ooaat of Fraace 
early In 1 800, and subse q uently in the Blediterranean. He servea with the 2Srd at the siege aad 
capture of Copenhagen in 1807 i afterwards in North America j also at the aiege and capture 
of Martinique in 1809 ; and in the Peninsula from 1810 to the cod of that war in 1814. Ai 
Commandant of detachments at Belem he establiahed a adiool upon the model of the Ro^^ 
Military Aaylum at Chelsea, for the numeroua children of the soldiers' fomllies left at teat 
atation. He also served on the Staff in the Netheriands, as Cooamandant of Ghent» and sub- 
sequently with the Army of Occupation in France. He baa received the War Modal with oae 
Clasp for Martinique. 

58 M^or-General ^gerton, after serving aa a subaltsm with the 29th in North AaMnca, 
and proceeding aa a Captain with the 89th to South America, accompanied the 2nd battalion ci 
the 34th to the Peninsula in 1809. In the following year he waa appointed to the atalf u 
Depoty- Assistant* Adiutani>Qenera], and attached to the second division. In whidi capacity hf 
aanred at the battle <n Busaco, and on the retreat to, and during the subsequent ooo^palion cA 
the Lines before lisbon. He was then removed aa senior of the Adjutant-General'a departmeat 
to the fourth division; waa present at the aiege and oi^»ture of 01iveDq^ the first siege o( 
Badaios, battle of Albuhera (wounded), and action of Aldea de Ponte. uelinquiahed hia staf 
appomtment and rejoined hia regiment in the winter of 1811^ and continued to serve with it 
imlil appointed Aide-de-camp to Sir Rowland Hill in 1812, on whoae personal steff he rcasaiaed 
until the termination of the war, and waa present at the battlea of Yittoria, P yr e n eee,— for 
which he obtained the brevet rank of Major, — ^Nivelle, Nive, Orthea, and Tonlouae. On I<orvi 
Hill'a appointoaent to a command with the army in Flanders in the spring of 1815, he sdectei 
Colonel Egerton aa hia first Aide*de-camp, who served aa such at the battle of Waterloo,— 
where he obtained the brevet of Lieut-Cokmel, — and continued in the aame eapadly luitil the 
return of the AmT of Occupation from France in 1818. When Lord Hill assumed the com- 
■land of the army m chief in 1828, he waa pleaaed to name Colonel Egerton for the eonfidentisl 
upointsMtttof firat Aide-de-camp and private Secretary, which he held during the whole period 
of his Lordship*s eontinnance at the head of the army. He haa received the War Mednt with 
eight Chwps. 

59 Sir William Chalmcra served in Saoily in 1806 and 7; campaigns of 1806-9 in Portugal 
and Spain; expedition to Wal^eren, inehidlng bombardment of Fhishing; at Cbdia in 18K' 
and 111 and all the succeeding Peninsular eanmaigns, «iuJ«Mifa^ the battle of Barr^Ma, attack of 
the sMBy on the Mgfata near Morsaco» afiib of Senhora& la Pena, hatOe of Sahnmnca. 



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nctlon of San Munos, battle of Vittoria, attack at Maya, battlea of tbe Pyrenees oa the 30th 
and 31 at Julj, repulse of the enemy in his attack of the heights of St Antonio, 3Ut Angust, 
attack of the enemy's forts near Sarre, 9th Oct. 1813, battle of Ni?elJe, besides a great many 
minor affturs and skirmishes on the advance to Madrid and capture of the Retiro. He was 
present with the arm^ in the Peninsula daring almost all the sivges, and was engaged in the 
following affairs during the retreat from Burgos, viz., Olmos, Monasterio, bridge of v alladdid, 
and passs^e of the Huebra. Serred also in the Netherlands in 1814 and 15, including the 
battle of VITatcrloo, capture of Paris, and posterior operations in France, to Aag. 1817. He 
was sererely wounded in assault of the entrenchments at Sorre, and has had nine horses killed 
or wounded under him in action, three of them at Waterloo. During the above campiiigns he 
was on the staff, except at Waterloo. Subsequently to his ser?ices in Sir John Moore's cam- 
paign and Lord Chatham's expedition, he was, in the course of about four years (from 5th 
March 1811 to 18th June 1815), in seventeen engagements, six of them general actions— exclu- 
sire of sieges; and for his conduct in the field he was twice promoted, viz., to the brevet rank 
of Major at the battles of the Pyrenees, and of Lieut-Colonel at tbe battle of Waterloo, on 
which occasion ho commanded the left wing of the 52nd rcgt He has received the War Medal 
with eisht Clasps. 

60 Major-General Beckwith served in Hanover in 1805-6; at Copenhagen in 1807, including 
iho aclion atKioge. On the expedition to Sweden in 1808; and that to Portugal in 1808-9, 
including the action at Calcavellas on the retreat, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded to Wal- 
cheren in 1809; subsequeutly to the Peninsula, and was present in the actions of Pombal, 
Hediuhs, Condeixa, Fuz d'Arouce, and Sabugal, battle of Puentes d*Onor, sieges of Ciudad 
Hodrigo and Badojoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, action at San MUan, battles of 
Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Vera, Nivelle, near Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815, including the battles of Qaatre Bras and Waterloo. During the great portien of the 
above tervice he was employed on the Staff. Medal for Toulouse, and lost left leg at Waterloo. 

63 Mijor-General Argulmbau served in the Peninsula with the 3rd battalion of the Boyals, 
and lost an arm at San Sebastian. Served also the campaigD of 1815, and was slightly wounded 
at Quatro Bras, and also at Waterloo. He has received the Silver War Medal wiih four Clasps 
for Busaco, Salamanca, Vittoria, and St. Sebastian. 

G4 Miij or- General Calvert served with the 52od on the expedition to Stveden in 1808 ; in 
tbe Peninsula in 1808-9, indudiog the retreat to Corunna; and on the Walchertn expedition. 
Appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Lynedoch in April 1810, and joined him at Cadiz, then be- 
sieged by the French ; present at the batUes of Barrosa and Vittoria ; also at both the attacks 
and capture of San Sebastian. Accompanied the 29 th to America in 1814, and was present 
at the taking of Castine, and the different American settlements in the Bay of Fundy. 
Served also the campaign of 1815 with the 32nd, including the battles of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for 
Barrosa, Vittoria, and St. Sebastian. 

G5 Msjor-General Staveley joined the army under the Duke of Wellington at Oporto in May 
1809, and was present at the battle of Talavera, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Fez d'Arouce, 
and Sierra de Moita ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming and cai>ture of Ciudad Rodiigo and 
Hadajoz. Deputy-Assistant-Quartcr-lMaster-General at the actions of Osma and Morillas, 
battle of Vittoria, passage of the Bidassoa, storming the Heights of Vera, action at Sarre, 
battle of the Nivelle, battles of tbe 9tb, 10th, 11th, and 12ih Dec. 1813 near Bayonne, passage 
of the Adour, storming St. Etienne and investment of the citadel of Bayonne, actions at Vic 
Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. S^^rved also the campaign of 1815, including the 
battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with eight Clasps. 




_ Spai . . . _ _ 

Pindarrics, capture of the Mauritius, pirt of tbe retreat from Bargos, aclion on the Hormaza 
(wounded), battle of Vittoria, inveitment of Pampeluna, battle of the Pyrenees, inve&tment of 
Bayonne (horse shot), actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse (horse shot), 
battle of Biadensburg (two horses bhot), capture of Washington, attack on B:iltimore, operations 
before New Orleans ((hoarding and capture of American Flotilla,)— action* 25th Dec wounded 
severely — unsuccessful assault Jan. (wounded severely), battle of Qdatro Bras, retreat of 17th of 
June, Waterloo (horse shot and one sabrf d), investment and capitulation of Paris. Continued 
on Staff of allied Army of Occupation iu France. Accepted under an allied power (1835) com- 
mand of an aujuliary British and Spanish corps of army by sanction and desire of the English 
Government, and by order of the King in council. Acted, while so employed, in conjunction 
with the British forces (under Lord J. Hay), and through mediation of British authorities : — 
raising investments of San Sebastian and Bilboa, action of Arlaban, capture of port and castle 
of Fassao-es. Defeated the enemy in general actions on the 5th of May, 6th of June, Ist of Oct. 
(woanded) 1836 ; also 10th and 15th of March 1837. Attacked near Hernani, 16th ISIarch, by 
the efUe of the Carlist army, 16,000 strong (about double the allied force), and obliged to reueat 
about one mile, but with a less loss in kiUed and wounded (600) than that of the enemy. Ke- 
samed the offensive the following month— capture of Hernani by escalade, 14th May— of Oyar- 
zan IGth May — of Yrun by storm 17th May — of Fontarabia by capitulation 18th May. These 

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22 War Services of the General Officers. 

sod other minor affaire were for the moit part aererelv ooateited, and ooet (indnding thoM«fl 
the enemy) above ten thousand killed and wounded. Excepting oocasionaUy two or thm 
•traffglen, generally without arms, the Legion never lost (under his oommand) priioaeii, 
artifiery, or equipage, though utterly contrary statements repr atedly appeared at the tim«,- 
while he took from the enemv 100 officers, 1000 meo, thirty pieces of cannon, sereral entrencbid 
positions, fortified towns and posts, with an extensive and most important strategical tract d 
the insurgent territory, incladiug their main line of retreat, communication and suppl;. 
Thenceforth *' The frontier iia« effectually closed against the entrance of resources to the Ctf- 
lists, except by the small mountain passes, which are only accessible to foot passengers or muh 
lightly laden" fBritish Commissioners* Despatch, Parliamentary Paper)- and thus did tbii 
auxiliary corps decisively contribute to the successful termination of the war. He holds the rsok 
of Lient-Qeneral in the national army of Spain, by license of a British royal warrant,~slM. 
honoured by her Majesty for these services with the Cross of Commander of the Bstb, sod b 
the government of Spain with the grand crosses of St. Ferdinand and Charles III. Beoeim 
his Company, Majority, and Lt -Colonelcy in the British service for conduct against the enesi;. 
Sir De Lacy hss received the Peninsular, Waterloo, and Naval War Medals. S. 

67 Major- Qeneral Scott proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and was present with the Soott 
Fusilier Guards at the Passsgo of the Douro, capture of Oporto, subsequent retreat of Scolt'i 
army, and battle of Talavera, where he was wounded through the body, and being left there ii 
hospital he was made prisoner. lie commanded the Scots Fusilier Guards for npwsrds d 
three years. Has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Talavera. 

68 Major-General the Honourable H. E. Butler served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, witk 
th» 2ttd battalion of the 27th, including the battles of the 13th and 21st March, and has recein^ 
the Gold Medal from the Grand Soignior. Served also with the Portuguese army in 1810 ss^ 
1811, and was wounded at the batUe of Busaoo. He has received the War Medal with tr 
Clasps for B^^pt and Busaco. 

69 Major-General Fleming served with the 81st regt in Sicily, and part of the Greosdiet 
Battalion in CAlabria in 1806, under Sir John Stuart. In Egypt in 1807 under General Mi^ 
keoxie Fraser, at the taking of Alexndria, and storming of Rosetta, when he obtained his oov- 
paoy in action. Joined the expedition under Sir Daiid Baird to Corunna, and served tin 
jPenlnsnlar oampaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and 11, including the passage of the Alberch^ with tis 
advanced Brigade, the pursuit of Massena from Santarcm, battles of Talavera, Bunco, s»i 
Albnhera (very severely wounded in the head) ; and commanded the light company of his rrg^ 
ment, forming part of the advanoe, at the spirited affsir irith and retreat of the enemy firoo 
Campo Mayor to Badsjoz on the 25th March 1811. Served in the West Indiea from 1819 U 
1819, inolnmng the expedition np the river St Mary's to the Southern States of America; fa 
the East Indies from 1820 to 1823 inclusive ; and in Canada from 1829 to 1838. He hu 
received the Silver War Medal with three Clasps. 

70 Sir John Bolt served with the 58th m Egypt In 1801, and was shot through tb 
body in the action on the landing. AooompaniM the expedition to Naples in 1805, andrf 
mained with that army nntil its arrival in Sicily. Served with the 2nd battalion in the Peoh- 
mla the latter part of 1809 and nntil Feb. 1810, when he was appointed to the Portogw 
iervioe; present at the battle of Busaoo, covering the operations against Ciudad Bodrigo, vA 
capture of Badajos. Commanded the 17th Portuguese regiment firom April 1813 to the cop- 
elusion of the war, including the actions of Berlanza ana near Las Casas, battle of Vittom 
actions in the Pyrenees at Santa Barbara, 2nd Aug., and attack of Vera heights 7th Oct, bstik 
of the NiveBe, batde and operations of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th l)c« 
1613, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. From the period of landing in the Peninsula in l^ 
until the oondnsion of hostilities in April 1814, he was never one day absent from his doty 
QM Medal from the Grand Seignior for services in Egypt ; the Gold Cross and one Clasp f^ 
'^ttoria, Kivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse ; and the sUver War Medal with three CiMps f« 
Ilgypt, Busaco, and the Pyrenees. 

71 Major-General Bainbrigge served in the Peninsula in the Qaarter*Master-Gcnsrtl*i 
department from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the Lines of Torvii 
Yedras, part of the degeof Ollven^a, siege of Ciudad Bodrigo, last siege of Badajoz, aftirrf 
the Goarena, battle of Salamanca, part of the siege of Burgos, affair of Villa Muriel, retrtfli 
from Burgos to Ciudad Bodrigo, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, part of the last siege d 
San Sebastian, battle of the Nive, and actions near Bidart, finssnssary, and Villa Frsnatf- 
aeUons of Garris, Tarbes, and Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse. He has received the wir 
Medal with seven Clasps. 

72 Major-General Kapier served with the 52nd at the siege of Copenhagen and battle^' 
Kioge in 1807. Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope on the expedition to Sweden in 1808; >» 
■iibMqaently in Sir John Meore's campaign in Spain, Indnmng the retreat to, and battle oC 
Corunna. In Sidly with the regiment until the autumn of 1810. Served afterwards in t^ 
Peninsula on the stall; indndlng the defence of Cadis, batde of Fuentes d'Onor, 2nd siege 9 
Badajot, batdet of Salamanca, Vittoria, NIvelle, and the Nive^inoluding the Tarioa eogar- 
ttenta near the Mayor's house— slighdy wounded on the 10th Deo., and severely on the llv 
^loat left arm. Re hai received the war Medal with seven Chtspa. 

73 M^lor-Otneral Ihom aoeonpanicd the Boflh to the Peninsula in Auc. ISOS^whin *| 
MTfed vnta Jan. 1809. Betamcd to the Fenisfvla in Jtme following, and ooamindtd iy 



War Services of the General Officere. 23 

Xtight Company of the BaiBi at the hattle of Talarerft. Emplojed as an officer of ohMrration in 
Spanish Estroffladnra from 29th Jan. to 3rd March 1810, from which period until the termination 
or that war in 1814, he serred as Depnty-AMiitant-Qaarter-Master-GeneTal with the 2nd 
I>iTiaion, and was present at the battle of fiusaco, 1st siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, 
actions at Arrojo de Molmo and Almarai, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nirelle, battles 
of the Ntre on the 9th and 13th Dea (wounded); action of Garris, battle of Orthes, action of 
Aire, and battle of Tonlonse. Embarked with the troops from Boordeaux to Canada in July 
1814, as an Assistant-Qaarter-Master-General, and was present at the affair of PJattsborg. 
Hone killed under htm at Albahera; another in the action at the Pass of Maja; and a third in 
the action of the 13th Deo. 1813, near Bayonne. He has receired the.War Medal with ten Clasps. 

74 Major-General Sewell was appointed Aide-de-camp to General Beresford and proceeaed 
'with the expedition that left England in 1807. Joined the Dake of Wellington's army in For- 
ta^^ in 1808. Was present with Sir John Moore*s army in its advance and in its retreat to 
Corunna. Was with the Dake*s Head Quarters through the Peninsular war as Aide-de- camp 
to Liord Beresford, and was present at the battles of Corunna, TaUvera (actton%on the Coa and 
Agneda, with the Light Dinsion), Bnsaco, the sieges of Ciudad Bodrigo, Badsjoz, and Sc 
Sebastian, battles of the Nirelle, Niye, before Bayonne (10th, 11th, and ISth Dec), Orthes, and 
Toulouse, besides Cavalry affairs and skirmisher. Had six horses killed or wounded under 
him in general actions, flas received the War Medal with ten Clasps. Served twenty years in 
India until the Breach of 1846 ; and is now a Hajor-Qeneral on the Staff at Madras. 

75 Major-General Darling served at the redaction of Goadaloope in 1810, and was severely 
'wounded in the left knee by a musket -shot in storming the heights of Matauba. Proceedtd t > 
the Peninsula, and joined the 61st Light Infantry at Cas telle Branco, in May 1812; engaged on 
tho heights of San Christoval, the bi^e of Salamanca, and surrender of the Betiro at Madrid; 
employed with his regiment before Burgos; and after the retreat from thence he was attacked by 
typhus ferer. and sent to England for reeorery, in May 1813. Bejoined the army on the heights 
of ESebaUar in d( ptf*mber f.>l lowing, and was present at the battle of Kirelle, and the subsequent 
attack of the heights of St. P6. Appointed Major of Brigade in Dec. 1813, and attached to 
Miuor-General I&y's brigade in the 5th division, and was employed throughout the blockade 
and operations before Bayonne. Appointed Assistant- Adjutant- General to the 5th division in 
April 1814, and remained in charge of that department until the embarkation of the division in 
Aug. 1814. On the renewal of the war in 1815, he was re-appointed to the staff as Assi&tant- 
Adjutant-Geneial, and attached to the 4th division, under Sir Charles Colville; employed with 
his division in the operations connected with the battle of Waterloo, the storming of Cambray, 
and capitulation of Paris. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Guadaluupe, 
Sttlomanca, and Nivelle. 

76 Sir Wm. Lewis Herries accompanied the 9th Dragoons to South America in Sept. 1806, 
and served as a Brigade-Major in the expedition against Bufnos Ayres. Aide-de-caoop to Sir 
£jre Coote on the Walcheren expedition in 1809, end was actively employed at the siege and 
taking of Flushing. Accompanied Sir £dward Paget to Spain as his Aide-de-camp, in Juno 
1812; and when Sir Edward was taken prisoner on Uie retreat from Burgos, Lord Wellington 
appointed him a Depnty-Quarter-Master-General, in which capacity he served untQ the end of 
that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passage of tho 
BIdasfloa, the three successive days' actions at the Mayor^s House, in front of Bidart, where he 
bad a horse shot under him. On the 14th of April 1814, whilst endeavouring with Lieut Moore 
(now Colonel W. G. Moore) to extricate Sir John Hope from his horse, which in the sortie from 
Bayonne was killed and bed fallen upon him, he received a mubket-shot in the left knee, was 
taken prisoner with Sir John Hope and Lieut. Moore (both being wounded), and hb left leg was 
sunputated the next morning. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

77 Major-General M'Donald's services : — Expedition to South America, and assault of 

Baenoa Ayres; Peninsula, from Nov. 1808 to 1813, and in the South of France from March 

1814, incloding the battle of Busaco, Lines of Torres Vedras, affairs at Bednba, Pombal, and 

Campo Mayor, first siege of Badajoz, battle of Aibuhera, third siege and assault of Badajoz, 

affairs at Alva de Tormes, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 25th (had two horses shot 

tmder him), 30th, and 31st July, and Toulouse. Wounded in the head aad right thigh at the 

aasault of Buenos Ayres, 5th July 1807 ; in the left leg and right groin in the Pyrenees SOth 

Jaly; and in the right shoulder end lungs at the assault of the fortified rock on the mountain 

Arolla, aod surprising the enemy's posts in theralley of Banca, IVrenees, 2nd Oct. 1813. 

He has received the gold Medal and one Clasp for Vittoria and the Pyrenees ; and the silver 

>rar Medal with four Clasps for Bosaco, Aibuhera, Badsjoz, and Toulouse. 

78 Major-General Paty served on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807. Served afterwards 
in the Peninsula from Juae 181 1 to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege and capture 
of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid to Bargos, batUes of Vittoria, the 
Pyrenees and Nivelle, battles of the Kive on the 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, aod 13Ui Dec 1813, 
beaides Tarious minor affahrs. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

79 Lord James Hay served in the Peninsula and was present at the battles of Vimiera, 
T^rera, Bosaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nirelle, and Nive, for which he has 
receired the War Medal with eight Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

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24 ^Var Services of the General Officers. 

80 Msjor-General Wemyss ferred with the Waloheron expedition in 1809, and iqW- 
qaently in the Peninaola u Mftjor of Brigade to the 50tb, 71it, and 92nd, from the forfflatiot 
of that Brigade under Lord Howard in 1810, to iU final embarkation at Bourdeaox in 1814 : 
and waa present in the different affairs during the retreat to the Linea near Lisbon, actiou if 
Pombdl, Bedinha, Foz d'Aronce, battle of Faentea d'Onor, surprise of Qcrard at Arroyo di 
Hulinos, storm of Fort Napoleon, and the bridge of Almarsz, action of Alba de Tomcii 
defence of Bejar, battle of Vittoria (received the Brevet rank of M^or), and the Pyrenees, ii 
Mays, Lesacca, and Donna Maria (severely wounded), battles of the Nivelle, Cambo, Nir^ 
St. Pierre (wounded), Hellette, Garris, St. Palais, Tarbes, Airiveriette, Orthea, Aire, sad 
ToulouAc, besides numerous minor affiura. Served also against the Eandians in Ceylon. He 
has received the War Medal wi^ seven Claips. 

81 Major-General Gabriel wai emplojid on the Walcheren expedition in 1609. Served 
arterwards on the staff in the Peninsula until the end ok' that war in 1814, and has received tW 
War Medal and four Clasps for Busaco, Albuhera, Vittoria, and Pyrenees, and obtained Ibi 
brevet rank of Major for the battle of the Pyrenees ; and that of Lleut.-Colonel for fotnrr 
aervices in the field. 

82 Major-General Thomas accompanied Sir James Craig's expedition to Malta and Kspkt 
in 1805, and served in S.r James KempVs light battalion. Proceeded thence with the ara; 
which took possession of Sicily ; served there four years, and was present at the capture U 
the laands of Ischia and Procida. He joined the did battalion of ms regiment (the 27tb) it 
Escallio in the north of Portugal in AprU previous to the campaign of 1813, and having coa* 
mand of the light company, he was actively employed previous to and at the battle of Vittorii, 
investment of Pampelnna, battles of the Pyrenees at the Pass of Bonoesralles, heights of 
Linsoain, heights above Pampeluna, storming of the French position on the 30th July, sni 

fnrsnit of the enemy until the 6th Aug. 1813 ; passage of the Bidassoa, heights above Vera 
II command of the fight companies of &e right brigade 4th division, he commenced the battle of 
the Nivelle by an attack upon the French advanced redoubt ; in storming their main position hit 
horse was killed under him; and in following them up drove them out of the village of St F<f- 
He was abo employed in the affairs at Garret's House and near Bayonne on 10th and 13th Dee^ 
and when the army was put in motion to repel the enemy's encroachment npon our winter potitii o ; 
also actively employed upon the heights of Bidaah. Commanded the above-mentioned light con* 
panics at the battle of Orthes, battle of Toulouse — the previous day to which he took posictsioa 
of the bridge over the river £rs and the village of Croix d'Orade, which bad been captured by 
a charge of the 18ih Hussars. Next morning he moved off his post and covered the advtoc* 
of the divisions upon Mont Blanc, and subsequently covered the flank movement of the columns 
to turn the right of the enemy, and also the advance of the division till it crowned the heigbti 
(horse killed under him) ; he then drove in the enemy's skirmishers, and took up a line to cover 
the columns till night. Afcer the termination of the Peninsular War he embarked at Bourdtsox 
with the 1st battalion 27th regt for Canada; was present in all the operations on Lsbt 
Champlain, and covered the retreat from Plattsburg to MontreaL He was afterwards preicDt 
at the capture of Paris and served in France with the army of occupation. He has receivid 
the Gold Medal and two Clsips for Nivelle, Orlhcs, and Toulouse ; and the Silver War Hedsl 
with three Clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivc. 

83 Major-General Rowan served with the 52nd in Sicily, in 1806 and 7; on the expeditifla 
to Sircden, in 1808; in the Peninsula nndar Sir John Moore in 1808-9; at Walcheren u \%^* 
including the bombardment and surrender of Flushing. In Portugal from 26th Jan. to Itt Jose 
1811, including the action at Sibugal. Subsequently in the Peninsula and South of Fraacf 
from 10th Jan. 1813, to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, pastage of 
the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, aad Toulouse, together with the intermedistc 
affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. Re- 
ceived the brevet rank of Major for the battle of Orthes, and that of Lieut^-Colonel for iatmtt 
services in the field. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

84 Major-General Shair Kennedy served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen ol^ 
battle of Kioga in 1807. la the Peninsula from 1808 to 1812 inclusive, and wai present at the 
action of tho Coa, siege and capture of Ciudad Bodrigo and of Badajoz, aad battle of Salamancs, 
for which he has received the War Medal with three Clasps. Served also the campaign of IBU 
inclttdiog the battles of QuaUre Bias and Waterloa 

85 Lord Sandvs accompanied the 1 0th Hussars to the Ptfuinsnla in 1812, and was present in 
the action at .Vlorales, and bit ties of Vittoria snd Pampeluna. Served also the caoipatgn of 
1815, ai an Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battle of Waterloa 
Has received the Sdver War Medal with one Clasp for Vittoria. 

86 Sir ThoGcaf Henry Bronne carried the Kings Colour of the 23rd at tho siege of Copea- 
hagen in 1807. Accompanied his regiment to America; thence to the West Indies, and vu 
wounded at the capture of Martinique. Proceeded again to America, and thence to PortosaitQ 
181 1. He was aopointed t3 the Staff of the Adjutant-General in 1812, and was in the field *i 
the battles of Silamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Bozgos, Vittotia (wb«r* 
he was wounded in tha head), the Pyrenees, NiveUe, the actions of the lltb, i2th, and 1^^ 
Deo. 1813, before Bsyonne, Nivt, Tarbea, Orthea, and Toolonse. On the escape of Kapolson 
firca Elba, he was appointed Alde-de*camp to Lord Stewart (the present Marqidt of Londca* 



War Services of the General Officers. 26 

dorry), and Mrred the cunpaign of 1815 witk him, at the head-quarters of the Austrian and 
Rasdan anniei. He has reoeiyed the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

87 Major*General Maolachlan was honoarabljiiientioned in Colonel Gillespie's despatch, for 
Ilia oonduct at the suppression of the mutiny at Vellore in 1806, on which occasion he was the 
BentoT offioer present, and seyerely wounded. 

88 Major-General Nicolls with thirteen Tolnnteera in a boat of the Blanche frigate, boarded 
and captored, on the 3rd Nor. 1803, the French armed cutter Albion from under the guns of 
Monte Christie, St. Domingo, — ^in this action he was severely wounded by a musket-bal), which 
entering the abdomen, and coming out at his right side, lodged in the arm. On heard the 
StJTidard at the passage of the Dardanelks on the 19th Feb. 1807. On the 26th June 1808, 
"with a boat^s crew, he boarded and captured the Italian gun-boat Volpe near Corfu. Present at 
the redoction of the Island of Anholt in May 1809. Severely wounded at the attack on Foit 
Bofvyer IStii Sept. 1814. 

89 Major-General Ash worth served in the 58 th on the expedition to Nsples under Sir 
James Craig in 1805 and 6, and was present at the battle of Maida and served the campaign in 
Calabria. In 1809 he was at (he capture of the Islands of Ischia and Froclda. He served after- 
'Wards in the Peninsula with the 2d Battalion of the 58th, and was present at the battle of 
Salamanca, at the whole of the siege of Burgos and retreat from thence into Portugal ; sub- 
sequently to which he served with the Army on the'Eastem coast of Spain. In 1814-15 he 
serred in Canada; in France in 1815; and in Jamaica in 1817. He has received the AVar Medal 
with two Clasps for Maida and Salamanca. 

90 Major-General BUneavis proceeded under Sir David Baird to Corunna in 1808; from 
thence to Lisbon, and was appointed Major of Brigade to Major-Generid R. M'Kenzie's 
Brigade; served throughout tho whole of the war in Spain, and was present at the battles of 
Talavera and Bnsaco, retreat to the Lines of Torres Yedras, occupation of them and subsequent 
advance, battle of Fuentes d'Onor — for which he received the brevet rank of Major; siege of 
Ciudad Rodrigo, covering tho siege of Badajox, storming of Fort St. Michael, siege of Burgos, 
battle of Sftlamanca, capture of Madrid, and battle of Toulouse, at which battle he succeeded to 
the command of the 3rd battalion of the 27th regt Embarked at Bourdeaux for North 
America; on arriving there he was appointed Aisistant-Quarter-Master- General, and was 

? resent at the battle of Plattsburg. Gave up his staff situation and proceeded to New Orlesns. 
^resent at the capture of Paris as Aide-de-camp to Sir Msniey Power, and served afterwards 
with the Army of Occupation, He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

91 Major-General Whetham served with the 40ih in Holland, in 1799. Also on tho 
expedition to South America, and was severely wounded at the assault of Monte Video,— right 
lej^ amputated. 

92 Major-General Goldie served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to Nov. 1813, iocluding 
the passsge.of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Bosaco, Albuhera, Yittoria, and the Pyrenees, 
beaides many other minor sctions and skirmishes. Severely wounded in the Pyrenees on the 
30lh July 1813, by a musket-ball which is still lodged in the luogs — this wound was long con- 
sidered mortal He bas received the gold Medal for Albuhera, and the silver War Medal wit 
four Clasps for Talavera, Baeaco, Yittoria, and Pyrenees. 

93 Major-General Hig^inson served with the Grenadier Guards in Sicily in 180?, in the 
campaign in the north of Spa<n with Sir John Moore in 1808-9, and was prccct^t at the battle 
of Corunna. Went with tho expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Joined his regime nt in Portogal 
in 1812, and advanced with the army into Spain in 1813; commanded a detachment of Uie 
Grenadier Guards at the ftorming and captare of San Sebastian, 31st August in the same year, 
entered France by the Pyrenees, was present at the passages of the Nive, the Nivelle, and the 
Adoor, also during tho investment of Bayonne. Embarked with his regiment at Bourdeaux 
when the army lelt France in 1814. W<rnt with re-enforcements to the Netherlands in June 
1815, arrived at Paris shortly after its captare, and reisa'ned in France during the three years 
of its oooapation by the allied army. In 1830 he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Hill, 
then Commander-in-chief, and continued on his staff upwards of twelve years, until hislord- 
ahip's resienatiou of office from ill health. He has received the War Mtdal with four Clasps. 

91 8ir George Bowles served in the north of Germany in 1805 and 6, under Lord Cath- 
cart. Present at tho 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 passace of ihe Douro ; 
hatUea of Talavera, Salamanca, and Yittoria ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Baoajcz, Burgos, and 
Sjoi Sebastian ; capture of Madrid ; passages of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and Adonr ; and 
the investment of Bayonne. Present at the battles of Quatro Bras and Waterloo, and at the 
capture of Paris. Be has receivrd the War Medal with six Clasps. 

95 Major-General Bunbury led the storming party at Forts Frederick and Zelandia, as a 
volontecr, at the cspture of Surinam in 1804. Served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, in- 
cluding the attacks on Mccxem, and the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp. Served 
also in Uio American war. 

96 Major-General the Hon. Henry Cavendish served in the Peninsula from July 1808 to 
January 1809, and was wounded through the wrist at the battle of Corunna, where he served as 
atde^e-camp to Lord William Bentinck. He has received the War Medal wi*h two Clasps for 
Ssbagun and Benevente, and Corunna. 



26 War Services of the General Officers. 

97 M^or-Qeneral Godwin Mnred with the 9th on the expedition to the Ferrol hi 1800 ; on 
that to Eianorer in 1805; and in Fortagal from Sept. 1808 to July 1809, indndiog the pastage of 
the Douro. In 1810 marched with the light oompaDV in a flank battalion from GioraUar to 
the fint defenoe of Tarifa. Me was a roiunteer wlthljord Blajney from Gibraltar on the ex- 
pedition to Malaga, and preeent at the attack on the fortress of Fuengarola. In 1811 he 

froceeded again to Tarifa, in command of the two flank companies, to join the force nndor Lord 
^ynedoch, and was present at the battle of Barrosa, and sererely wonnded. In 1822 h« 
embarked in command of the 41st for Madras. In 1624 he joined Sir Archibald Campbell with 
that regiment in the inration of the Burmese empire, and serred throughout that war, from the 
landing and capture of Rangoon to the Peace in Feb. 1826. Dariflg this period he wai 
employed in six separate commands against the enemy. In October 1824 he embarked withs 
force from Rangoon to capture the province of Martaban : he stormed its strongly fortified towD, 
taking 32 pieces of heary ordnance and other arms. On the 8th Feb. 1825, be captured the for- 
tified position of Tantabain, taking 36 pieces of Artillery, and other arms. He wmm alio 
present at erery action with the enemy (except those in Dec. 1824, when he was still employed 
at Martabao), particulirly at Sembike on Ist Dec 1825, when in command of the adranced 
guard he carried the front face of the enemy's position. He commanded the Ist Brigade of th^ 
Madras diTiaion, tfnd was twice thanked by the Goyemor- General in Council. He haa rtceired 
the War M«rdal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

98 Mnjor- General Robbins serred in Sicily in 1806-7 with the 1st Brigade of Guards under 
Sir John Moore. Subsequently with the 7th Huatars in the Peninsula and France in the 
campaigns of 1813 and 14, including the investment and surrender of Pampduna, the battles of 
OrthpB and Toulouse, with several intermediate afTdirs of outposts. Serred also in FJsuaders 
in 1815 with the 7th Hussars; was present at Quatre Bras, commanded a tquadron of th« 
Rear Guard in the affair at Genappe, also at the battle of Waterloo where he was serertlj 
wounded. He lias received the War Mtdal with two Clasps for Orthcs and Toulouse. 

99 Major General Macneil serred in Sir John Moore's retreat, and subsequently at Wal- 
oheren in 1809; in Swedish Pomerania in 1813, in Holland in 1814, including the attack on 
Bergen-op-Zoom. Serred also the campaign of 1815, including battle of WAerloa 

100 Major- General Sutherland commanded the few troops on the Gold Coast in the snooeasfal 
operations and actions against the Ashantees, whom he defeated and dispersed (abont 20,0(>) 
strong) in June and July 1824. 

101 Msjor.General Ralney serred with the 82nd at the siege and capture of CopenhagMi la 
1807; with Sir Brent Spencer's expedition off the coast of Spain, and at Cadix on surrender of 
the French fleet; from thence joined Sir Arthur Welleslcv's army at Mondego Bay, and was 
afterwards present at the battles of Roleia, Yimiera, and Corunna, also the retreat under Sir 
John Moore. Accompanied the regiment to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at tlie sur- 
render of Middieburgh, siege and capture of Flushing. Joined the army In the Peninanla in 
May 1812, and served as Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Bradford during the siege of the ToriM of 
Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, csptnre of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat therafrom. 
Served afterwards in the Portuguese service in advance through the iSas-os-Montes in 1813, at 
the battle of Vittoria, actions of Villa Franca and Toloso, storm of the fortified convent in fttmt 
of San Sebastian, at both the sieges and storm of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battle 
of the Ntvelle, battlea of theNive on the 9th and 10th Dec^severely wounded: wounded also at 
the si<>ge of San Sebaatian. Served in France with the Army of Occupation from the capitula- 
tion of Paris in 1815 to the end of 1818. He has received the War Medal with eight Claapa. 

102 Mnjor- General the Honorable Charles Gore joined the 4Srd in the Peninsula In July 
1811, and was present and one of the storming party of Fort San Francisco at the investment 
of Ciudad Rodrigo ; also at the siege and storming of that fortress and of Badajoa, battle of 
Silumsnoa, as Aide«de-camp to Sir Andrew Barnard ; and in a similar capacity to Sir Janea 
Kempt in the battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, the Nive (9tb, 10th, and 11th Dec), Orthea, and 
Toulouse. He waa also in the action of San Milan, capture of Madrid, storming of the heights 
of Vera, bridge of Taoal, and all the skirmishes of tne Light Division from 1812 to the doae 
of the war in 1814 ; af«'r which he accompanied Sir James Kempt with the troopa sent to 
Canada tmder his command ; returned to Europe in time for the campaign of 181^ and wma 
first and principal Aide-de-camp to Sir James Kempt, and present at the battles of Quatra Bras 
(horse shot), and Waterloo (three horses shot), and capture of Paris. He has received the M'mt 
Medal with nine Claspe. 

103 Major-Gont^raf Walton served with the Coldstream Guards at the siege and eaptare of 
CopenhaKen in 1807. He embarhed for the P^niosnla in 1808, and served the campainia of 
1809, 1810, and the first part of 1811; and was present at the passsge of the Douro and cap- 
ture of Oporto, the battles of Talavera and Bosaco, the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedraa« 
and the subseonent advance to the Spanish frontier. He served also in Holland, Belghim, and 
France from Nov. 1813 to Nov. 1818; and was present at the bombardment of Antwern, the 
attack on Beigen-op-Zoom, the battles of Qaatre Bras and Waterloo, and the capture of J^ria^ 
He served 40 years in the Coldstream Guards, snd commanded the regiment upwards of aiz yean 
He has rcouvcd the War Medal with two Clasps for Talavera acd Bufaso. 

104 Msjor- General Lewis served in Sir Richard Strachan*s action, 4th Nov. 1803. Com- 
manded a battalion of Bfarinea in the American war, including Uie action at Btadenabanr. attaek 



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105 Major- General Lawrence, prior to entering the Boval Marines, lerved four years and a 
half ai Midshipman in the Royal Navy. In 1793 he serrea at Tonlon ; landed at Fort La Malgne 
and Fort Malgrave daring the siege. In 1798, at the capture of a French sqaadron of three 
frigates and tiro brigs off Tonlon. In 1805, battle of Traialgar; the ship in which he serrcd, 
the Coljuus, lost 200 in killed and wounded. In 1810, at CSidiz daring the blooksde, was tha 
senior captain of the expedition against Malaga. In 1814 and 15, serred off New York on tilt 
American coast, until hostilities finally ceased. 

106 Major-Oeneral Jones was at the defeat of the French fleet by Lord Howe, 1st June 1794; 
and by Lord Bridport, 23 Jane 1795. On board La Retfdutionaire when she captured the 
UniU^ 12 th April 1798. Wrecked off Brest in 1804, and detained a prisoner of war until 1814. 

107 Major^General Connolly served InLord Bridport*s action, 23d June 1795. In 1796 served 
in the Mediterranean, indading the eTacuatlon of Bastia, capture of Porto Ferrajo, and destruc- 
tion of Martello Tower m St. Fioreszo Bay. ' On board U. M. S. Exceitent in the battle off 
Cape St. Yinoent, 14th Feb. 1797. Captare of Admiral Perrie'a sauadron off Toulon in 1798, 
consisting of three frigates and two brigs. On board the Hannibal^ in the battle of Algesiras, 
6 th July 1801, wounded and taken prisoner. On board H. M. S. Penehpe, in the action oil 
Flashing and Ostend, under Sir Sydney Smith, 16th May 1804. Present at the siege of Copen- 
hagen, and capture of Danish fleet in 1807, and at Nyebourgh in 1808. In 1812, on board 
H.M.S. ffamtilryad, when attacked by French priTateers; debarked with detachments at Sche- 
Teling, and took possession of the Hague in 1814. Daring the abore periods he has been yery 
frequently engaged with the enemy in affairs of gun-boats acd batteries, &a &o. He has re- 
ceired a reward from the Patriotic Fund. 

108 Major-General Sbawe served the campaigns of 1810, 1811, and part of 1812, in the Pen- 
insula, including the battle of Bosaco. Served also in Holland aud Belgium from Nor. 1613 to 
Sept. 1814, and was scTcrely wounded at Bargen-op-Zoom. He has receired the War Medal 
with three Clasps for Basaco, Fuentes d'Oaor, and Ciudad Bodrigo. 

109 Major-General Beatty's serrioes: landed at the attack of Santa Croz, Teneriffe, when Lord 
Nelson lost his arm; battle of the Nile; siege of St Jean d'Acre (wounded) t was favourably 
mentioned in Si^ Sidney Smith's despatch. In 1803 ho was at the capture of the Harmomu 
privateer, and the surprise and destruction of Fort Dunkirk, Martinique. The publication of 
the despatches connected with these events, in which he was most favourably mentioned, pro- 
cured him a patriotic sword of tbe value of 50/. Captain of Marines in the Courageux^ at the 
captare of the Marengo and BtUe Pouie in March 1805} and in the Donegal^ Capt. P. Malcolm, 
when the small sqaadron under his command attacked two French frigates under the batteries 
of La Hogue, near Cape Barfleur, 10th November 1810. He has been engaged in other affairs 
of minor importance, and was selected for the duty of accompany iog Sir G. Cockbum with 
Napoleon in the Northumberland to St. Helena. 

1 10 Major-General Parke was present in Duncan's victory near Camperdown, 1 1th Oct. 1797 1 
commanded two companies of Marine Artillery in Spain in 1 812, snd three oompanies in America, 
from 1813 to 1816, including the attack and capture of the entrenched camp at Hampton i 
besides the above, he hss been twelve times engaged with the enemy in boats and on shore. 

111 Major-General Fane served in the Peninsula from Dec 1812 to March 1814, including 
the battle of Vittoria, assault and captare of San Sebastian, and battles of the Nive on 9 and IS 
Dec. 13. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Qaatre Bras and Waterloo, 
at tho former of which he was severely wounded. He has received the War Medal and three 
Clasps for Yitcoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive. 

113 Sir Maxwell Wallace while serving at the Cspeof Good Hope as Captain 21st Light 
Dragoons, was sent in 1812 in command of a sqaadron of that Begt. into Caffraria with Brigadier- 
General Graham's expedition, which in seven months of hard and severe work drove the Caffres 
across the Great Fish River. He served also tho campaign of 1 8 1 5, and wa* present in the action 
at Qaatre Bras, the retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. On the 16th June 1815, 
he wss appointed, by Major-General Baron Dombere, Orderly Officer, to assist his Brigade- 
Major, Captain Bobais; the General's Aide-de-camp, (^ptain Krachenburg, being taken prisoner 
the following day, he took Robais as Aide-de-camp, and named Captain Wallace, Acting- 
Brigade- Major; and, Robais being killed on the 18tb, the Duke of Wellington confirmed 
Captain Wallace on the Major- General's recommendation. 

114 Migor-General the Hon. John Finch served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the 15th 
Hussars, and was engaged at the battle of Vittoria (sabre wound), Orthes, and Toulouse, for 
which he has received tbe War Medal with three Clasps. He was also present, although not 
personaUy engaged, at the battles of the Pyrenees and the Nive. Accompanied Lord Comber- 
mere to India as his Military Secretary, and was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

115 Msjor-Generid James Lindsay served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809 { at the 
defence of Cadiz in 1811 ; tho Peninsular campaigns of 1812 and 1813 ; the subsequent cam- 
paign in Holland, under X^ord Lynedoch, including the aisault of Bergen-op-Zoom, at which 
he was severely wounded. 

116 Major-General Moore served in the Peninsula with the 52ud and was present at the 
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, aud St. Sebastian, and at Ibe battles of Salamanca, Yit- 
tona, Nivelle, and Nive, for which be has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. He was 
^so at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonno as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope, and was 



28 War Services of the General Officers. 

severely wounded and taken prisoner with that general. He served also the Waterloo campaign 
on the Bt%ff of the Qaarter- Master-General. 

117 Sir Henry Floyd acoompanied General Sir William H. Clinton to Sicily in 1811, and to 
Spain in 1813, as his Aide-de-camp, and was present at the battles of Biar and CastaUa, sie^o 
and blockade of Tarragona, in conve^iDg orders to Ordal, and sabsequent blockade of Bircelon** 
Served also the cimpai^ of 1815, with the 10th Hussars, and was present at the battles of 
Qaatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the captare of Pari?. 

118 Major- General Campbell served during part of tbe Rebellion in Ireland, in 1798 and 99. 
and was present in the actions with the French and Bebels at B&Uyn&muck, Granard, asd 
Wilson's Hospital—wounded in the hand in ^the latter affair. Served in the expedition to 
Hanover, in 1805-6 ; in Fortngal in 1808 ;' expedition toWalcheren in 1809 ; part of the 
<:ampaign^f 1815, inolndirg the surrender of Camoray and Paris. Appointed to the command of 
the 95th Regime nt in 1831, and joined it in the Mediterranean; landed with it in Irelandin 1835; 
embarked with it for Ceylos'tn 1838, thence to Hong Kong in 1847 \ and returacd to England 
in May 1848. Ue has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Roleia and Vimiera. V3 

119 Major-Qeneral Cochrane landed with the first expedition to Portugal on the 3rd 
Aug. 1808, and served in the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, 11, and part of 18 1:2, 
including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Tolavero, and Bosaco, retreat to and occupation of 
the lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena on his retreat from the lines, action of Kedinba, 
capture of Cimpo Mayor, siege of Oliven^a, first siege of Badajoz and repulse of the aortto 
from Fort San Christoval, siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, besides various minor affaire. 
He served for nearly two years in Canada during the American war, ai Aide-de-camp to 
the Governor- General and Commander of the forces, Lieutenant- General Sir Geoi^e PreroaU 
He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

ISO Mnjor-General Somerset served the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, including the battles 
of Vittoria, Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo. During a protracted service on the frontiers of 
the Cape of Good Hope, he held a command in the various arduous operations against tho 
Kaffir uibea. He has received the War Medal with three Clasp?. 

121 Major- General Wodehouse served in Portugal from May 1808 to Deo. 1811, including tbe 
battle of Vimiera, campaiini from Liibon to Oporto, and battles of Bu^aco and ITuentos d'Onorj 
served the campaign of 1814 in the South of France, including the affair at Tatbes and battle 
of Toulouse. He bas received the Silver War Medal with four Clasps. 

1S2 Major-Qeneral Wetherall was in action with a squadron of French frigates in the Mozam- 
bique 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, as Aide-de-camp to 
Major-General Wetherall, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. He was 
appointed a CJ9. fbr his distinguished services in the suppression of the insurrection in Canada. 

123 Major-General Simpson served in the Peninsula from May 1812 to May 1S13, includinff 
the latter part of the defence of Cadiz, and the attack on Seville. Served also the campaign of 
1815, and was severely wounded at Qaatre Brat. He served as second in command to Sir 
Charles Napier during the campaign against the Mountain and Desert Tribes situated on the 
right bank of the Indus, early in 1845. 

124 Msjor- General Love served with the 52nd regt in the expedition to S«reden nnder Sir John 
Moore, and afterwards in Portugal and Spaiu, including the advance into Spain, retreat to, and 
battle of, Cornnna, besides the different analrs on the retreat. Serred afterwards in tbe Peuin 
anla with the Light Division, including the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and all the afikirs and 
battles in which the Light Dirision took a part up to 1812. During the campaign in Holland 
nnder Lord Lynedooh, ne was present at the attack on the fortified Tillage of Merxem, and the 
bombardment of Antwerp. Present in the several affairs before Kew Orleans, and bi the 
attack on that plaoe, on which occasion he had two horses shot under him, and was sUghlly 
wounded in the arm by a rifle-balL Served also the campaign of 1815, and received four severe 
wounds at the battle of Waterloo, when the 52nd regiment ohar^ed the French Imperial 
Guards. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Cornnna, Bnsaeo, Fuentes 
d'Onor, and Ciudad Rodrigo. 

125 Msjor- General the Honourable George Anson served the campaign of 1815 with the 8oota 
Fnsilier Guards, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

126 Sir Duncan M*Gregorwas actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, including tbe 
akirmtshf s at St Eopbemie, battle of Maida, attack on Scylla Castle, and capture of Catrone. 
Campaign of 1607 in Egypt, including the attacks in the Desert, and siege or Rosetta. Cam- 
paign in Holland in 1809, including tbe attacks and captures of Ter Vere and Flushing. Cam- 
paigns in the Peoinaola during nart of 1813 and 14. Cspture of Corsica in l&y 1814. 
Wounded through the right shoulder by a musket* shot at Muds, fbr which battle he has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

127 Major-General Hamilton served with the 5lh Regt the cimpugn of 1799 in Holland, 
indttdfaig the aotioBS of the 19th Bept 2nd and 6th October. In 1805 he embarked for the ex- 
pedition on tbe Wrser, but was vrrecked off the coast of Holland and made prisoner of wsr. In 
1806 ha sailed with his Regt on the secret expedition vihich eventually proceeded to Buenos 
Avres, and was engaged in the attack on that city in July 1807, as also in all the skirmishes 
which tiok ptaee before and after that battle. After the unsuccrssful result of this oaaspaiga 
hi beotv* ooe of the hoatagea giren up to the Spanish auihoritiea. In Jan. 1808 he retvned 



War Services of the General Officers. 29 

from Sottlh America; ind in July folloiviDg embarked with the 5th at Cork with Sir Arthor 
WeUeiley'i expedition to the Penininla, and waa present at the battlea of Boleia and Yimiera, 
M also on the retreat to and battle of Coranna. In 1809 he accompanied hia Benment to 
Waleheren, and waa present at the snecessfal attack on the French oatposts at Flnahinff, 
driring them within the fortress : on the 7 th Augnst he commanded the line of ont-piqueta m 
front of Flashing when the French made thoir most desperate sortie, against which he held hia 
KTonnd against a Tery snperior force i on tliis occasion he lost a leg. He haa receircd the 
Sdrer War Medal with tuee Clasps for Roleia, Yimiera, and Comnna. 

128 Sir Jamea Dennis aerred with the 49th on board H. M. S. Monarch, at the batUe of 
Copenhagen in 1801, and was wounded in both hands and contused : from hia nautical know- 
ledge derired from prior seryice in the Nary he was enabled to render an important aerrioe 
during this action, by fishiog the cable, which by misapprehension of orders had been nearly 
cut through by a seaman. Serred in the last'American war, ioclnding battle of Queenatown 
(wounded), storming of Fort George (horse shot), action at Stoney Creek (wounded in two 
places with musket balls, and also contused by having his horse shot, which fell on himX and 
action of the Kapids at Hooples Creek. CV>mmanded a diyision at the battle of Maharajpore, 
29(h Dae. 1843 (a Bronze Scar), for which he waa appointed a K.C.B. Sir Jamea reoeired tiie 
Breret rank of Major for his services at Queeostown, on which occasion he commanded that 
post during the operations which took place prior to the arriral of General Brock. Sir Jamea 
has reoeiTea the Naral War Medal with one Clasp for Copenhagen. 

129 Major-General Bentinck serred in the Peninsula with the Cipldstream Guards, and waa 
wounded at Barrosa, for which battle he has receive the \7ar Medal with one Claspw He 
served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at Waterloo. 

130 Major-General Baumgardt waa present and served during the whole of Generals Lord 
Lake and Sir G. Hewitt'a campaigna in India in 1803, 4, 5, and 7, including the battlea of 
Liswarree, Fnttighar, and several minor actiona ; the sieges of Agra, Dheig, Bhnrtpore^ and 
Hattraa. Servea during the whole of the Mahratta campaign in 1817 and 18. Suppreaaed a 
very seriona insurrection in Bombay, when Commandant of that Garrlaon in 1833. Served 
also during the AiFghanistan campaign in 1838 and 1839, and commanded the atormingoolmnna 
against the fortress of Khelat He has received the Meiclal with two clasps for India. 

131 Sir Robert Nickle served with the 88th in the action of the 2nd July 1807, before Buenos 
Ayres; volunteered and led the Forlorn Hope on the 5th July, and waa very aeverely wounded, 
and hia party all either killed or wounded. Served, with the exception of about five montba, 
during the whole of the Peninsular war from 1809 to the embarkation of his regimenti the 88th, 
in 1814, at B;>urdeaux for North America, including the paaaage of the Douro, battlea of 
Talavera and Bnsaco, second siege of BadaJoz,the retreat and advance of the army to and from 
the Lines at Torres Yedras, batue of Yittoria, sortie from Pampeluna, battlea of the Pyreneea, 
Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes, actions of Yio Btgorre and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse (very 
severely wounded), independent of a great many akirmiahea of advanced and outpoata. Served 
afterwards in the American war in the affair of Plattsburg, where he led the advance across the 
Sarinao Biver, and waa wounded. Upon the breaking out of the insurrection in British North 
America in the winter of 1837, Sir Robert Nickle volunteered his lervxcea there. He baa 
received the Gold Medal for Nivelle, and the Silver War Medal with aevcn Clasps finr the other 
battlee. 

132 Major-General Falconar joined the 61 at Regt. at the Cape in Febmaij 1801, and aooom- 
panied it to Egypt, joining General Baird*s army at Cosier — crossed the Desert with it, and 
remained with the Army of Egypt until 1803. In 1804 and 1805 he served in the campaign in 
Italy under Sir James Craig. Served with the 78th Highlanders the campaign of 1806 in Italy 
under Sir John Staart— at toe battle of Maida, siege of Scylla, capture of Catrone, &o. In 1807, 
the campaign !u Bgypt, including the attack on uie fortified heights and forta of Alexandria, 
1st affair at lake Elcho and Elhamet, investment and siege of Rosetta, actions at Rosetta and 
Elhamet 21st April. Served the campuen of 1814 and 1815 in Holland and Flandera— oom« 
manded Light In^ntry 78th at lK>th attacka of Merxem, attack of French at Bresoat, and bom- 
bardment of Antwerp. Has received the Egyptian Gold Medal; also the Silver War Medal with 
two Claspa for Egypt and Maida at which last battle he had a horse shot under him when acting 
aa Aide-de-camp to General Acland. 

133 Sir Richard England aerved at the aiege and capture of Fluahing in 1809; and anbae- 
qnently on the Staff of the Adj ntant -General with the arm^ in Sicily in 1 8 1 0. He waa employed 
in all the operations of the Caffre war on the eastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope in 1835 
and 36 { and he commanded a division of the army in Scinde and in Affghaniatan in 1841 and 
42, and waa engaged in aeveral affairs with the enemy in the advance by the Bombay oolomny 
and in ita retreat from Candahar. 

134 Ifajor-General Middleton served in the West Indies with the Royab, in 1805 and 6 ; on 
the Staff with the army which proceeded from Madraa to the Northern Mahratta country be- 
yond the Nerbudda River, in 1809 and 10 ; with the 22nd Light Dragoons in Java during 1811, 
12, and 13, and was preaent at the affaire of the 10th and 21 at, and at the cavalry charge which 
finally aettled the conquest of that valuable laland on the 26th Aug. 1811, after the Fortress 
and Lioea of Cornelia had been fbrord. Employed also at the taking of Djocjocarta, and all 
the tabeeqaent operations which took place on tiiat Island under the gallant GUlespie. Waa in 
tha fl«ld with ike 22nd Lieht Drasoons in 1815 and 16. and dnrine the whole of the Mahratta. 



29a War Servicer of the General Officers. 

war of 1817, 18» ind 19, and wts proieiit wiUi the diTition of the late Sir Thomas Monro at ihb 
capture of the Forts of Danmal, Dorirar, Bedamme, Belgatim, and Shallapore, at which laei 
place be was severely wounded. He has reoeired the War Medal with one Clasp for Jara. 

185 Mijor-Oeneral Mscintosh served in the Peninsula with the 3rd Dragoon Guards from Aug. 
18 IS to the end of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Madrid to Salamanca^ and action 
at Alba de Tormei , retreat to Ciudad Rodrigo, and action at San Muoot, passage of the Tonnes 
aboTO Salamanca, and attack on the French rear-guard under Gkneral Villata, action at Hormata 
btfore Burgos, battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampoluna, sction at Tarbes, attack on the 
IVenoh cavalry rear-gusrd at St Gsodens, and battle of Toulouse. He has received the War 
Hedal with two Clasps for Vittoria and Toulouse. 

136 Lord Hotham served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from April 1812 to 
Feb. 1814, with the exception of a short absence in consequence of a wound received at the 
battle of Sslamanca. Served also the campaign of 1 8 1 5, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 
He has received the War Mcdd with four Clasps for Salamancs, Yittoris, Kivelle,and Nive. 

137 Major- General Paterson served with a corps of Cavalry as a volunteer in the Bebellion in 
Iceland in 1 798. He served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 in the 28th Bsgt. and was present in 
the aotions of the 8tb, 13th, and 21st March, as also at the capture of Grand Cairo and Alezaodria. 
In 1805 he accompanied Lord Catbcsrt's expedition to the Continent He served in the 77th in 
the Peninsula and South of France during the campaigns of 1811, 12, 18, and 14, Including the 
aAdr at £1 Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and of Badsjoz, investment of Bsyonne 
and repulse of the sortie, besides various skiraushes. When the rebellion broke out in Canada 
in 1887 he volunteered his services, which were accepted. Served five yesrs in the West 

He has received the Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the £svptian eanpaign. 



indies. He has received the Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the £svptian ei 
and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for Egypt, Ciudad Bodrif o, and 6sd^os. 

139 M^or- General Wright's services:— Engaged in most of Lord Nelson's attacks on Bota 
and Cadis in 1797 ; battle of the Nilej campaign of Naples in 1799 1 surrender of Ovo and Novo, 
Fort St Ehno, Cspua, and Guata; cutliog out of the Guiep at Vigo ; Egypt in 1801 s and battle 
orA]giersinl816. 

140 M^or-General Everard*s services :^-Exp«dition to South America, including taking of 
Maldonado; actions previous to, and assault of Monte Video, where he commanded the Forlom 
Hope. Campaign and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing. 
Commanded 14Ui regt. at the siege of Hattras, 1817. Commanded Flank BattsUon in the cam- 
paigns of 1817 and 18, under Lord Hastiogs. Commanded 14ih Begt. at the siege and assault 
of Bhurtoore^ 1826. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunns. 

141 M^or-General Bisshopp*s services:— Campaign and battle of Corunna; expedition to 
Waloheren; campaign in the south of Franoei capture of Bhurtpore in 1826. He has received 
the War Medal with one Cbsp for Corunna. 

142 Sir Wm. Bobert Clajton accompanied his regiment, the Boyal Horse Guards, to tba 
PMiinsula in Oct. 1812, and commanded a squadron at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and 
ait the period when Marshal Soult attempted to relieve Pampeluna. In 1815 again accompanied 
his regiment to the Netherlands, and was at the battles of Quatre Bras, Genappe, and Waterloo. 
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Vittoria. 

143 M^or- General Hon. G. Cstbcart served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany, 
as Aide-de-eamp to Lord Cathcart, and was engaged at Lutsen 3rd May, Bsntsen 20th and 
Sist May, Dresden 28th Aug., Leipsic 16th, 18Ui, and 19th Oct 1613, Brienne 1st Feb., Bir- 
sur>Attbe, Areis 21st March, sod Fdre Cbampanotss 25th March 1614. Served also the earn* 
paiga of 1815, as Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battles of 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, 

144 Migor-General Spink served with the Light Company of the 12th Begt. in several aottona 
ia the Travaneore war. East Indies. Severely wounded through the leg when leadios; a night 
attack against the enemy's position at St. Mary, in the Island of Bourbon. Present aUo at the 
capture of the Isle of France, where his oompany armed with rifles formed the advance imme- 
dialely on the disembarkation of the troops, and with which he was constantly engaged with 
the enemy during the three days march on Port Louis. 

145 Major-General Jadtson served in the Peninsula, from April 1809 to the end of the war in 
1814, ineludin^ the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Bosaoo; acuoa at Bedinha, battle of Fuantea 
d'Onor, first siege of Badaioz, action at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Bodrigo, sicga 
and os^ure of Badsjos, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Maya Pass, Pampelonai IStb July, 
Pyrenees, 30th July, Nive lie, Nive, and Bayonne. Present at Waterloo, and with the army of 
ooonpation in France. Served in India and Arabia from 1819 to 1826, includtng the osptnre of 
Beni^Boo-Ali, as Military Secretary to Sir Lionel Smith, and for which service he was reooa- 
asndad by the Msrquis of Hastings for the rank of Lieuti-Colonel. He has received the War 
Medal wltn nine Clasps for Busaoo^ Fnentea d*Ooor, Ciudad Eodrigo, Bsdiyos, Sslamanoa, Vit* 
tbria, Pyrenees, Nlvelle, and Nive. 

146 M^ior-Qeneral Mansel served with the 10th in the Mediterranean! subsequently with the 
63rd in the Peninsula, and was severely wounded at Toulouse, for which battle he has raoeived 
the War Medal with one Clasp. 

147 Mi^of^Qencral Bradshaw's services :— Expedition to Madeira, in 1807 1 expedition to 
Waleharen, I8O99 inolnding the laadfaig at Tcr*V«rs^ siege and bomhardm^nl of Flush las i 



War Services of the General Officers, 295 

Bodrigo ftnd Bidajoz; operations on the Bidaisoa and Adomr, blockade of Bayonne, and repnla* 
of the sortie. He has received the War Medal with tiro Claips for Ciudad Bodrigo and Badajoz. 

148 Major- General John Drammond served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Oaards 
from Jaonary 1813 to tbe end of that war in 1814, and has received the War Medal with three 
Ciaspa Ibr the bitttes of Vittorta, the mivelle, and the Nive. 

149 Mdjor-General Frceth served in the Peniosulaand France from May 1809 to Jan. 1814, 
and was present at the following actions and sieges; viz. : ^Fuentes d'Oaor, capture of Cindad 
Bodrigo snd B«dajoz, bsttles of Sftlamanoa, Burgos, Vittoria, and Pyrenees, near Pamplonn, 
NiveUe, and Nive, for which he has rcoeivod the War MH<)al with eight Clasps. 

150 Major-General John Ledie was at the taking of Xfavaneore in 1808; and at the capture 

of Boorbon and the Isle of Fraaoe in 1810: after which he served in Java and was present in the 

coRsg^meAts of the lOih, 22nd, and 26th Aug. 1811. He served also in the Findaree war in 

1817, and with the Army of Occupation in France. lie has received the War Medal with one 

Clasp for Java. 

151 Major- General Coles served in lodia nnder Lord Lake the latter part of 1804 and the 
campaigns of 1805 and 6. On tbe termination of the war in India he returned to England ; was 

Gomoted to a company, and embarked for Spain ; served the campaign of 1808*9 under Sir John 
core, inclnding the action at Lugo and retreat to Corunoa* Accompanied his regiment on 
the expedition to the Scheldt in 1809 ; landed at Walcheren ; was present at the siege and 
surrender of Flusbior, and remained with the force on the island until it was evacuated. Joiaed 
the triny under the Duke of Wellinston in the Peninsular in 1818, was present at the passage 
of the Bidassoa, the battles of the Nivelle and Nive, the passage of the Adour, the investment 
of Ba^onne and repulse of the sortie. Marched to Bourdeauz and embarked for North 
Amenoa in 1814, was present at the passage of the Saranao and the action of Flattsbnrg. Served 
in Canada till the latter pait of 1826 when he was promoted to a Lieut* Colonelcy unattached. 
Has received the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive. 

152 Major-General Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grenadier Guarda, firom March 
1813 to the end of that war in 18 14, including tbe passage of the Bidafsoa, battle of the Nivelle, 
and investment of Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles 
of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. He has received the War Medal with 
two Clasps for Nivelle and Nive. 

153 Sir Biohard Doherty served at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of Guadalonpe in 
1810, and has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

154 Major-Gfeneral Byam served the campaigns of 1818, 13, 14, and 15, including the battUs 
of Salamanca, Vittoria, Orthes, and Waterloo, besides minor affairs. Severely wounded by a 
grape-shot while caTryin;;^ the regimental oolour of the 38th at Salamanca, and slightly 
wounded at Waterloo. He has reoeived the War Medal with three Clasps. Major-General 
Byam's first commission was an cnsigncy in the 38th, with which Begt. he served two cam- 
paigns; all his other commissions ana the rest of his service was in the 15th Hussars. 

155 Major-General Prendergast served in the Peninsula with the Soots Fusilier Guards firom 
Dee. 181 1 to March 1814, and was present at the battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of 
Boreos and retreat from thence, afuir at Osma, battle of Vittoria, sieges of Badajoz, and Ssa Se- 
bas&o, attack at St. Jean deLuz, battleof the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne, 
siege of the Citadel, and repulse of the sortie. He has reoeived the War Medal with four Clasps. 

156 Msjor-General Yorke f crved in the Peninsula with tbe 52ad and was present at the battles 
of BoIeia,FneQtes d'Onor, Sslamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle (wounded), Nive, and Orthes 
(severely wounded), and at the sieges of Ciadad Bodrigo and Badajoz (wounded), for which he 
has received the War Medal with ten Clasps. Ho servoi also the Waterloo campidgn. 

157 Sir John Rowland Eustace served in Upper Canada the campaigns of 1813 and 1814, 
in commiand of a troop of the 19th Light Dragoons attached to the division of the army under 
the imt&ediate command of General Sir Gordon Drummond, and was engaged in the battle 
of Lundy's Lane near the Falls of Niagara on the 23d of July 1814, and commanded the whole of 
the cavsilry outposts and piquets daring the sie^e, was present at the storming of Fort Srie, 
and had the honour to be personally mentioned m tbe general orders of 1814 upon three diflRerent 
occasions. Accompanied the Ut battalion of the Grenadier Guards to Lower Canada in 1838, 
and was present with his regiment in tbe advance upon Napierviile, and in the subsequent pur* 
suit of the insurgents. 

158 Msjor-General Berkeley Drummond served hn the 3rd Guards, the campaiffn of 1814 in 
Holland, incloding the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, haduding the 
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

159 Sir i£dward Cost joined the Duke of Wellington's army prior to the advance dtom Bor« 
tugal in 1811, and continued with it up to the oaatonments on the Adour in 1813, having been 
present with the 14th Lieht Dragoons at the battles of Fuentes d^Onor, Sslamanea, Vittoria, 
the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, investment of Ciudad Bodrigo, siege of Bad%jox, and generally 
in all the affishrs of that period, until he quitted the Dake's army on promotioiL He bss 
reeeived the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

160 Major-General Daly served with the 24th on the expedition to Egypt in 1801. In April 
1805 he embarked with the 56Ui regt for Bombay, and he commanded four companies of the Snd 
battalion employed in 1809, with a division in the field imder^olonel Walker, at the storaiag 



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43 



War Services of the Colonels. 

\ Sir DaTid Cunvngbame terred the oampaign of 1793, including the actiona at Famart, St. 
Amand, and Linoelies (seTerely wounded); alao the ai«ge of Valendennei. Taken priaoner in 
the action at Ottend in May 1798. 

3 Colonel the Hononrable Alexander Abercromby aerred the campaii^n of 1799 in Holland, 
as a Tolnnteer with the 92nd ; with the 52nd on the expedition to the Ferrol in 1800; in Sicily 
in 1806 and 1807, as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore. Proceeded to the Feninsola in 1809, 
and commanded the 28th at the battle of Busaco, and in the Linea before Liabon; a brigade at 
the battle of Albohera; the 28th at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz; and waa AaaiBtant-Qoarter- 
Haster-G( neral at the battlea of Viltoria, the Pyrenees, and Orthea. fle aerred alao the cam- 
paign of 1815, in the same capacity, and waa present at the battlea of Qnatre Braa and Waterloo, 
atormtng of Peronnp, and capture of Paris. He baa receiyed the Gold Crosa for Albohera, 
Yittoria, Pyrenees, and Orthea. 

4 Sir Booert Chambre Hill aerred on the Continent in 1794 and 95. Embarked with the 
Blnea for the PeninanJa in Oct 1812. Soon after hia arrival in Lisbon, was ordered to take 
command of the Houaehold Brigade of Cavalry, which he commanded at and for aome time after 
the battle of Yittoria, for which he hai received the Gold Medal Present alao at the actions in 
the Pyrenees; and aubaequently with Lord EUll'a Division until after the battle of the 13th Dec 
1813 near Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, in command of the regiment, including 
the action on the 17th June, and battle of vVaterloo, where he was aeverely wounded* He haa 
received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

5 Sir William Cox aerved at the re-taking of Grenada in 1796 ; in Egypt in 1801 ; employed 
on a particular aervice in Spain in 1808-9, and was present in the action at Lugo, and battle of 
Conmna. Commanded the fortress of Almeida, from April 1809 to the 27th August I8I0, 
when, by the unfortunate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender it to the army 
under Marshal Massena. He haa received the War Medal with one Clasp for Conmna. 

6 Colond J. P. Hamilton aerved aa a Comet in the Scotch Greya in the army commanded by 
the Duke of York in Flanders and Holland during the campaign of 1794, and waa preaent in 
the action near Cateau, and aubscquently at the siege of Nimeguen — Shaving previously to the 
latter been promoted to a Lieutenancy in the Greys by the Duke, for conveying very important 
despatches, under difficult and perilous circumstances, to the Prince of Orange, then command- 
ing the Dutch Army. In May 1813 he commanded a battalion at the battle of Caatalla, and in 
the aame year waa aecond in command in the attack and capture of the fortreaa of Balagner in 
Catalonia. In the apring of 1814 he joined the Duke of Wellington'a army aa Lieut-Colonel 
of the 83rd regiment. 

7 Colonel Burslem aerved at Toulon in 1 793, and waa preaent in the varioua actiona there, 
and afterwards at Corsica. Employed as Assistant-Qaarter-Master- General at the taking of 
the lale of France in 1810; and aa Deputy-Quarter-Master- General at the conquest of Java 
in 181 1 (including tiie attack of Cornelia), for which he haa received the Gold Medal. 

8 Colonel Gauntlett waa actively employed againat the Maroons in the West Indiea. Served 
alao the oampaign in Egypt. 

9 Colonel Woodgate embarked with the 5th battalion of the 60th on the expedition to Por- 
tugal in 1808 under Sir Arthur Wellesley, and waa present at the battles of Boleie, Vimiera, 
Talavera, and Busaco; action at Sabueal, battle of Fnentes d'Onor (wounded), siege of Badajoz 
in 1811; action at El Bodon, sieee and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo. He has received the Gold 
Medal for Fuentea d*Onor, and the Silver War Medal with five Claspa for Roleia, Vimiera, 
Talavera, Busaco, and Ciudad Bodrigo. 

10 Colonel Patrickscn served in Ireland with the 9th Dragoons during the Bebelfion in 1798; 
in 1807 he served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen and at the battle of Kioge ; in 
1808-9 in Spain, under Sir John Moore. Served afterwarda in the Ptniniula (a great part of 
the time in command of the regiment) from Sept 1809 to the end of thaC war in 1814 Except 
during two abort intervale when he was ordered to England to command the 2nd battalion), 
sndumng the astion of the Coa, battle of Buaaco, Lrnea of Torrea Vedraa, actiona of Bedlnba, 
Fos d'Arouce, Condeixa, and Sabngal ; battlea of Fuentea d'Onor, Yittoria, and Toulouse. He 
haa received the Gold Medal for Toulouae, and the Silver War Medal with three Ciaaps for 
Busaco, Fuentea d'Onor, aud Yittoria. Embarked for America in Oct. 1814 and commanded the 
43rd at the attack on New Orleans. Joined the Army in Flanders on the 16th of June 1815, 
and wai preaent at the capture of Paria. 

12 Colonel Thornton aerved in the Peninsula, and commanded the 40th regiment at the 
battlea of Talavera , Nivelle (aeverely wounded), Orthea, and Toulouae, for which he haa 
received the Gold Cross. He ^ras alao preaent at the battlea of Holeia, Yimiera, Busaco, and 
the Fyrweea, for which he has received the Silver War Medal with four Clasps. 



44 War SemciM of the Colonels. 

13 Sir John MiUev Doyle lenred tlie Ecrptian cmmpaign of 1801, inolnding the astioat of thB 
8kb, IStb, and 2 left of March, oaptoret of Grand Cairo and Alexandria, together with the other 
operations of that campaign. Served afterwarde in the Peniniula from Feb. 1809 to the end of 
that war in 1814— either in command of a regiment of Portaguese or a briffade^and vat pre* 
lent at the action of Grijoo, passage of the Donro, battle of Faentefl d Onor, first i>icge of 
Badajox, siege and assauU of Ciudad Bodrigo, battles of Vitloria, the Pyrenees, NiFelie, and 
Orthei. Sur John has receired a Medal for serrioes in Egypt from the Grand Seignior *, the 
Gold Cross and one Clasp for Fuentes d*Onar, Ciudad Bodrigo, Yittoria, the Pyriuees, nad 
Orthes ; and tbe Silver War Medal for Egypt, Nivelle, and Nive. 

14 Culonel Jobn Hamilton served the Egyptian Campai^ of 1801 with the Ct)ldstrram 
Guards. Accompanied a detachment of that regiment to the Peninsula in March 1810 ; and in 
April was appoint Deputj-Assistaut-Quarter-Mastrr-General at Isia de Leon. Went to 
England in March 1812; rejuintd the regiment in the Peniiunla in July 1613, and terTcd there 
until the end of that war in 1Q14. He has not ived the War Medal with two Clasps for Barrosa 
and the Ni\e. 

* 15 Culunei Baikes served with the CoUstri^am Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 
1805-6 { and at Copenhagen in 1807. Embarked with tbe regiment for the Peninsula, 31st of 
Deo. 1808, and served there until 26Ui of January 1812 ; and again f^om August 1812 to 16th 
Mav 1813, and was present at the tattiea of Tamvera, Busaoo, and Fuentes d'Onor, fur which 
he has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

17 Colonel Ward served in the Peninsula, and has receiTed the Gold Medal and two Clasps for 
Salamanca, Badajoa (severely wounded at thu astault), and the Pyrenees ; and tbe Silver A>'ar 
Medal with ooe Cla^p for Busaco. 

18 Colonel B'ake served wiih tbe 20th Dragoons at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 
1806 ; proceeded from thence to South America, and was in the action at Maldonado and siege 
of Monte Video. Served in Portugal in 1808 and 9, including tbe battles of Boleia and 
Vimicra (Gold Medal); also at the passage of the Douro. In Sicily in 1810 and 11; subse- 
quently on the eastern ooast of Spain, including the battle of Cast alia, and action at Villa Franca. 

19 Colonel Jodrell served iu Sicily in 1806 and 1807. He went to Cadiz in March 1810, and 
remained there till April 181 1, haviug been present at tho battle of Barrosa. In Sept 1812 he 
jiuued (lie Duke of WelUnston's army io the Peninsula, aud served there until the end of that 
war in 1814, He has received thu War Medal with three Clasps for Barrosa, NivoUc, and Nive. 

20 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 batUe of Fuentes 
d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Bodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, Nl- 
velle, and Nive } passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonoe and repulse of the sprtie, on which 
last occasion he was severely wounded. Served also tbe campaign of 1815, including the battle 
of Waterloo. He has received tbe War Medal with five Clasps. 

24 Culonel Fielding Browne accompanied the 40th to the Peninsula in July 1808, and waa 
present at the battles of Boleia, Vimiera, Talayera, and Busaco } on the retreat to, and at tb« 
occupation of, the Lines of Torres Vedras, siege of Badajoz, in May 1811, and repulse of the 
sortie from Fort San Christoval ; actions of £1 Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege and storming 
of Ciudad Bodrigo, siege and storming of Bsdsjoz, action at Canixal, battle of Salamanca, cap- 
ture of Madrid, and subsequent retreat thereirom. Strved also oo the expedition against New 
Orleans. Commanded the regiment at the battle of Waterloo, He has received the Gold 
Medal for Badajus (having commanded tbe regiment at tbe assault) } and the SUver War Medal 
with seven Clasps for tbe other battles and sieec. 

25 Culonel Cbiiders served with the 11th Dragoons at theHelderin 1799; the Peninsnlar 
campaigbs from May 1811 to the end of that v(ar in 1814, and has received the AVar Medal 
with two Clasps fur Salamsnca and Vittoria. Also the campaign of 1815, as Mfijor of Brigade 
to Sir Jobn VaudeJour, including the battle of Waterloo. Commanded a brigade of Cavalry 
at tbe siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere. 

26 Lord Harringt^'U was employed iu South America in 1807, and was prcient at the attaek 
on Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Mahratta war tf 1817 and 18, iaclmding the battle of 
Mahtidpore, and storming of Talneir. 

27 Colonel Alexander HiKl^inson served the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle ofCo* 
runua i the expedition to Walchercn in 1809 ( aud Sie Peniisnlar campaigns of 1812, 13, 
and 14. He has received tbe War Medul wiih three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelie, and Nive. 

28 Colonel Alllx stived in the Peninsula with the 1st (Guards (part of the time at Adjutanl 
and as Brigade-Major) and was present at the battles vf Cuninsa, Salamanoa, Pyrenees, and 
Nivelie (levertly w :uo9ed), and a* the siegei of Ciudad Bodrigo and Badajos, for which he has 
received the War Medal with sU Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

29 Colonel Brooke served in the Peninsula with the 1st Guards and was presani at the 
battles of Corunna, Kiveile, and Nive, for which he hss received the War Medal with three 
Clssps. 

30 Sir John Morillyon Wilson senred as midshipman in the navy for nearly six years. He 
was employed on the coast of Ireland during the rebellion in 1798 ; in the expedition to the 
Helder in 1799, and £g>pt in 1801, where he reoeired a medal from the Capitan Pasha fbr 
hsring saved the Urea of a boat's orew belonging to a Torklsh man-of-war. Be reoeired three 



War Servieei of the Colanek. 45 

womxfli wlifle » vudshipman ; and the last was a serere wound on tbe head, which produced 
total deafness, in oonseqaence of which he was invalided, and (quitted the navy in 1803. His 
health being restored, he entered the army in 1804 ; and served m the third battalion Hoyals at 
Walcheren in 1809, where he was twice wonnded daring the siege of Flashiog. He afterwards 
served in the Peninsula, and was in the battles of Busoco, the retreat to the lines of Torres 
Vedras, and at the actions of Pombd, Bedinba, Condc^ixa, Casal Nova, Foz d'Aronce, and Sabugal, 
the blockade of Almeids, and battle of Faentes d'Onor, In 1812 he joined the 2nd battalion 
Boyals in Canada, and was in the attack made on Sackett's Harbour, and Great Sodus T where 
he received a severe bayonet wound). He was also hi the actions at Black Bock, Buffalo, and 
the battle of Chippewa, in which he received seven wounds, and being left on the field of battle, 
he fell into the hands of the enemy. Darius bis career in the two professions he received 
thirteen wounds, and has two balls still lodged. The brevet rank of Major, and that of Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel was conferred upon him for his conduct at Buffalo and Chippewa. Sir John has 
received the War Medal with two Clasps for Busaeo and Fuentes d'Onor. 

31 Colonel Gordon served in the Peninsula with the 5th Dragoon Guards and was present at 
the battle of Salamanca, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

82 Colonel William Drummond*s services : — P^'ninsular campaigns, from 1809 to 1812, in- 
cluding the battles of Busaeo and Fuentes d*Onor, the retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, 
and subsequent advance f^om thence. Campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombard- 
ment of Antwerp and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Campaign of 1815, including the buttles 
of Qnatre Bras and Waterloo. Received the rank of Brevet Major for his conduct at Waterloo. 
He has received the Silver War Medal with three Cla«ps. 

33 Colonel Snodgrass accompanied the 52nd to Sicily in 1806 ; to Sweden in 1808 ; from 
thence to the Peninsula, and was present during Sir John Moore's advance and retreat, and at 
the batde of Corunna. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, and was present at the pursuit of 
Masiena f^om Santarem, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Ooor, action near Guinaldp, 
siege and capture of Ciadad Rodrigo, and action of San Munos. Appointed Major in the 
Portuguese service, 24th Nov. 1812 ; commanded a corps of 400 Grenadiers at the battle of 
Yittoria, and in the actions of Villa Franca and Tolosa. Volunteered and commanded the 
storming party that assaulted and carried the Convent, Redoubt, and other outworks at San 
Sebastian (woimded). Volunteered and commanded the detachment of the 10th Portuguese 
Brigade that stormed the small breach of the same place on the 3l6t Aug. 1818 — having pre- 
riovaly, by entering the river at night, discovered a ford under the walls, through which he led 
the detachment. Present when the army crossed the Bidassoa. Commanded the 1st Ca^adores 
St the battle of Nlvelle, battle of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, and Uth Dec. (wounded on the 
11th), and battle of Orthes, where he was severely wounded in the head. He has received the 
Gold Cross for San Sebastian, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes; and the Silver War Medal with four 
Clasps for Corunna, Fuentes d'Onor, Cindad Rodrigo, and Vittoria. 

84 Colonel B&lvahrd served in the Peninsula with tiie Rifle Bngadc, and has received the Gold 
Medal and a Clasp for the battles of the Nivelle and Nive; and the Silver War Medal with six 
Clasps for Bnsaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz (severely wounded), Salamanca , 
and Pyrenees. 

S5 Colonel Harris served the campaign of 1808-9 as a Deputy- Assistant- Quarter-Master- 
General to Sir David Batrd*a Division, and was present at the principal operations of the army, 
and at the battle of Corunna, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

86 Colonel Thomas Wildman served with the 7th Hussars in the campaign of 18(^-9 under 
Sir John Moore, and was present in the cavalry engagements at Mayorga, Beuevente, and 
throughout the retreat to Corunna. Subsequently in the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 and 14, 
indnrnng the investment and surrender of Pampeluna, the battle of Orthes and intermediate 
affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815 as Aide-de-camp to the Earl of Uxbridge, including 
the action at Quatre Bras, retreat on the 17th, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was 
slightly wonnded. Ho has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Beuevente, Orthes, and 
Toulouse 

87 Colonel the Honourable Frederick M. Cathcart served as Aide-de-camp to the Commander 
of the Forces in the expedition sent to the North of Germany in 1805-6 under General Lord 
Cafcheart; and on the expedition sent to the Island of Rngen in the Baltic, to co-operate with 
the King of Sweden in 1807; snd subsequently in the same year at the siege and capture of 
Copenhagen, on which occasion, being sent home with the despatches, he was promoted to a 
Troop in the 25 ih Light Dragoons. He continued to serve as Aide-de-camp to t^ord Cathcart 
during the campaigns of 1818 and 1814 in Germany and France, and was present at the battles 
of Lnfsen 3rd May, Bautsen SOth and Slst May, Dresden 26th Aug., Leipxic 16th, 18th, and 
19th Oct 1813, Brienne Ist Feb., Fere Cbampenoise 25th March, and capture of Paris 81 «t 
March 1814. In 1815 he was also employed in the tame capacity at the head-quarters of the 
Allied Army under Marshal Prince Schwartsenberg. 

38 Colonel Standish has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp fbr Egypt 

89 sir George Couper was Assistant-engineer at Copenhagen; Captain hi the 92nd with Sir 

John Moore'a amy in Sweden and Portugal; Aide-de-oamp to Lord Dalhousie in Walcheren; 

let Aide-de-eamp lo Sir H. Clinton in the Penhasnla in 1811 and 12, to Lord Dalhousie from 



46 War Services of the Colonels. 

1812 to the end of the war, and wu present in all the aotiona In which they cominand<» d 
Dinsioos during thoie periods. He was Assistant- Quarter-Master- General with the army in 
the Gnlf of Mexico in 1814-15. Sir George haa rooeiTed the War Medal with four Clasps for 
Badajox, Salamanca, Yittoria, and Pyrenees. 

40 Colonel Richardson serred with the Royal Horse Guards in Spain and France from Dea 

1813 to Uie end of the war in 1814, and haa received the War Medal with one Clasp for Toulouse. 

41 Colonel Charles Wyndham served in the Peninsula with the 10th Hussars and was present 
at the battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he haa received the War Medal with 
three Clasps. 

42 Colonel Payler served in Sicilv in 1806 and 7; the campaign of 1808-9. under Sir John 
Moore; and subsequently in the Peninsula under the Duke of Wellington, including the battle 
of Fuentes d'Oaor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and battles of the Nivelle and Nive, for which ha 
has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

42t Colonel the Honourable H. Hely Hutchinson Joined the Army in the Peninsula on the 
12ih July 1811, and was shortly afterwsjds appointed to a Troop in the 4th Portuguese 
Cavalry, but waa employed principally on the Staff until the conclusion of the War in 1814. 
He was present in moat of the affairs in which Lord Hill's Division was engaged, particularly 
at the surprise of the Bridge of Almarez } and he waa one of the first who i^ave inrormation 
that the French had passed the Tormes. lie served also the Waterloo campaign. 

43 Colonel Barlow served in India under Lord Lake^ during the campaigns ef 1803, 4, and 5, 
and was present at the siege of Deig, battle of Futtyghur, siege of Bburtpore, and battle of 
Afzalghur. Served also at the captures of Bourbon and the Isle of France in 1810. 

44 Colonel Keane served with the 23rd on the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805 ; 
in Portnsal and Spain under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to, and the battle ou Corunna. 
Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 7 th Hussars, and as Aide-de-camp to Sir Hussey 
Vivian, from November 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, including the battles of the Nlve, 
OrtheSy and Toulouse. Also Uie campaign of 1815 in the same capacity, and was present at 
the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. Ho has received the War Medal with four Clasps 
for Corunna, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

45 Colooel Lane served with the 15th Hussars during the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in 
the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present at the battle of Waterloo, also at the 
battlea of Orthes and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

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

47 Colonel Higgins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. In 1806 he was at the 
landing and tahing of Maldonado, in South America } at the affair of San Carlos, in which he 
was slightly woonded, and had hia horse shot; also at the siege and taking of Monte Video. 

48 (S>lonel Macadam landed in Portugal 1st Aug. 1808 with the 9th, and served throughout 
the whole of the Peninsular war, including the bmes of Roleia and Vimiera, passage of the 
Douro, defence of Tarifa, affairs on the retreat from Burgos in 1812, siege and atormii^ of San 
Sebastian (twice wounded, and commanded the false attadc on the breaich on the night of the 
29th of Ang.X passagea of the Bidassoa (shot through the body) and Adour, sever d affiairs eon« 
nected with the investment of Bayonne, and also the repulse of the sortie, besides a variety of 
minor affairs, and other desultory services during the Peninsular war. Proceeded to Canada 
with his r^[[iinent, and served the campaign of 1814. He has receivtd the War Medal with 
four Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Vittoria, and St. Sebastian. 

49 Colonel Dobbin served with the 19th in the Travanoore war in 1809; at the capture of 
the Eandlan territories in Ceylon in 1815. Also actively employed at the head of the Grena- 
dier oompany throvghont the Kandian campaign of 1818, and received the thanks of Sir Robeit 
Brownriege on three occasions in general orders, for a series of services against the insnivents. 

50 C^nonel Melnlle Browne served as Aide^e-oamp to Sir Brent Spencer in the battles of 
Roleia, Vimiera, Busaoo, Fuentes d*Onor (for which he has received the War Medal with four 
Clasps), and the diffierent &i!airs during the retreat of Massena from Portugal. Served also at 
the siege of Flushing in 1809, aa Aide-de-camp to General Gore Browne. 

51 (>>lcnel Le Blanc served in the Peninsula with the 4th and was present at the battlea of 
Corunna, Fuentes d*Onor, Salamanca, knd Vittoria, and at the sieges of Badtfjos, and St. Sebas- 
tian (severely wounded at the awaultand capture), for which he has received the War Medal with 
six Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

52 Colonel Horton served in the Peninsula with the 71st and was present at the battles of Ni« 
velle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 
He served slso the Waterloo campaign. 

53 Colonel Riddlesden served in the Peninsula with the Royal Hone Guards and was present 
at the battles of Vittoria and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two Claspa. 
He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

54 Colonel Jamea Flaming aerved in India, Bourbon, and at the capture of the lala of FVaaoe^ 
56 Colonel Hoggo served the campaign in Calabria under Sir John Stuart and was preaeol 

with the 20th at the battle of Maida. He aerred afterwards in the Peninsula with the SOth and 
was preseot at the battles of Vtauera (wounded), Corunna, Vittoris, Pyrenees, NivcUe^ Nive, 
Orthes» and Toulouse. Ha has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 



Wat Sermeei dfthe Colonels. 47 

. 57 Colonel StUted serred in the Peninsula with the let Boyal Drftgoons, from June 1811 to 
the end of that war in 1814, and has receiTed the War Medal with two Cbsps for Yittoria and 
Toulonae. 

58 Colonel Salwey serred the eampugns of 1813 and 14, with the Coldstream Gnaids, and 
was present at nearlj all the actions in the Pj^renees, the crosslDg of the Bidassoa, capture of 
St Jean de Lua, battle of the NiTeUe, heights of Bidart, crossing the Adonr, inrestment of 
Bajonne, and repulse of the sortie. He has received the War Medal with two Cltsps. 

59 Colonel D«ryer served on the Staff of the late Marqnis of Ilastiogs, Commander-in-Chief 
in India, snd was present doriog the Nepanl war, at the redaction of the Province of Kimaoon, 
and the storming of Almorah. He served also throughout the Pindarree war on the Staff, 
when he had charge of the commnnications of the combined armies. 

60 Colonel Taylor served in the Peninsula with the 9th, from Aug. 1808 to Feb. 1813, and 
again from Oct. 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, including the battles of Vimiera (wounded), 
Busaco, Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, action of Villa Muriel (wounded), and repulse of the 
Sortie from Bayonne. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Busaco^ 
Fnentes d'Onor, and Salamanca. 

61 Colonel Davics served in the Peninsula with the 52nd and was present at the battles of 
Fnentes d*Onor, Salamanca, Yittoria, and the Pyreuees, and at the siege of Badajoz (wounded), 
for which lie hsj received the War Medal with nve Clasps* 

62 Sir Henry Wyatt served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, with the 1st Life Guards, and was 
present at the battle of Toulouse, and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with 
one Clasp. 

63 Colonel Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 24th, from June 1809 to June 1813, in* 
eluding the action at Foz d'Arouce, battle of Busaco, battle of Fnentes d'Onor, on 3rd and 5th 
May, n^g9 of Cindad Bodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoi, battle of Salamanca, capture of 
Madrid, and siege of Burgos, where he was at the taking of the Horn Work, 19th Sept.; and 
he led the storming party to the breach formed by the mine on the 4th Oct. Employed in 
the field throughout the whole of the Kandian rebeUion in Ceylon in 1817 and 18, as Aide- de- 
camp to the Commander of the Forces. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

64 Sir Henry Fairfax served in the Peninsula with the Bifle Brigade in 1812, on the retreat 
from Madrid, and in the affair of San Munos. 

65 Colonel Cbatterton served in Portugal, Spain, Flanders, and France, from 1811 to 1818, 
indudmg the affairs at Fuente Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte ; the sieges of Cindad Bodrigo, 
and Badajoi ; actions at Usagre, Llema, Salamanca, Heights of San Cbristoval, Rueda, Castra- 
jon, to the battle of Salamanca ; affairs at Tadela, Yalladolid, and Celada del Camino, to the in- 
vestment and siege of Burgos ; the actions at Monasterio, Quintana Palla, Yenta del Poso, and 
Cabexon, upon the retreat from Burgos to Salamanca ; thence the out-posts at the passage of 
the Hnebra, to Ciudad Bodrigo. Upon the advance of the army from Portugal, the action at 
Oima, battle of Yittoria, actions at Yilla Fraoca and Tolosa, to the siege and capture of San 
Sebastian. The actions on oroflsiug the Bidassoa, and carrying the enemy's fortified entrench* 
ments. The battle of the Nivelle at St. Jean de Lnz, at Anglet, and in front of Bayonne, battle 
of the Nive, passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonne; oocupation of Bordeaux, passage 
of the Garonne, and affair at Etauliers upon the passage of the Dordogne, battles of Quatre 
Bras and Waterloo, tiie advance to and capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation in 
France. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Yittoria, Nivelle, 
and Nive ; and the order of San Fernando. Heceived the commands of her Majesty that he should 
attend and bear the Great Banner on the occasion of the Funeral of the late illustrious Duke of Wel- 
lington, in consideration of his long, faithful, and distinguished services in her Majesty's army. 

66 Colonel Yandeleur served in the Peninsula, with the Tlst Light Infantry and afterwards 
with the 12 th L^ght Dragoons and was present at the battles of Fuentes d'Ooor (severely 
wounded), Yittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal 
with five Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

67 Lord Howden served as Aide-de*camp to his Grace the Duke of Wellington during the 
years 1817 and 18, to the close of the occupation in France. Employed by Government on a 
special mission, and was present at the battle of Navarin in 1827 (wounded, and mentioned in 
Commander-in-ehiefs despatch); siege of Antwerp in 1832 (wounded); campaign in Spain, in 
Navarre and Basque Provinces, in 1834. 

G8 Ci^onel Douglas served at the capture of the Danish and Swedish West India Islands in 
1801. On the expedition to the north of Germany in 1803 and 6. Peninsulsr campaigns from 
Feb. 181S to March 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Yittoria, and the Pyrenees (27th 
to 31st July); siege of San Sebastian from 24th Aug. to the 8th Sept, and batUe of Nivelle. 
He hiu received the gold cross for Salamanca, Yittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, having com- 
manded a field battery; and the sikor War Medal with one Clasp for St. S^^bastian. 

09 Colonel Liscelles served with the 1st Begt. of Guards in the Ptninsula in 1813 and 1814, 
and has received the War Medal with two clasps for the battles of the Nivelle and the Nive. 
He served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Qaatre Bras and Waterloo, and 
takinff of Peronne. 

70 Colonel Charles Stuart Campbell served in Egypt with the 26th in 1801 } in Portugal and 



48 War Servkei of the Cotowh. 

ftpaiftlii 1800-9, indodfaig the battle of Conumft, when he o<mimtiid«dtlM 
SkpeditioD to Welehefen and liege of Flashing in 1809. Senred alio in the PMdnsola from 
1811 to 1814, and commanded the 3rd Portagoete Regt at the battle of Vlttoria. as alio at the 
•lege and aiianlt of San Sebastian^eererelv wounded in the thigh at the aaaauit, the ball aUll 
f emainlog. He hat receiTed the gold Medal and one Clasp for Vittoria and St. Sebastlani and 
he allver War Bledal with one Cla^p for Coronna. 

71 Colonel Qatooigne served in the Peninsula flrom Joly 1818 to May 1814, inolndlngthe 
passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the NiveUe and Niye, and the investment of Bajonne. 
Serrcd afterwards in the American war, and was present at the battle of Bladentbarg and cap- 
tore of Washington, where be was severely wounded. He has received the War Medal with 
three clasps for San Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive. 

72 Colonel Lovell served at the takine of Monte Video under Sir Sam. Auchmnty In 1807, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battles of Talavera, the Coa, Busaoo, Fueotes 
d'Onor (woanded). Salamaaca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, NIve. Orthes, and Toulouse ; actions or 
ahirmishea near Talavera, Stfzmiro, Val de U Mula, h% Meares. Freixeda, Gnarda, Coimbra, 
Valle, Venda de Sierra. Pombil, Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, Coa, Galligos, Nave d'Aver, 
^BpigA, near Fuentes d*Onor, LUr^na, near S&lamanoa, St. Christoval, Rueda, CastriUos, Fon- 
caatin, Matylla, at Burgoa, Osma, Haarte, Pampeluna, Vale de Bastan, Pass of Maya, Lines of 
Ainho, Cambo Hasparren, Hellte, G arris, Sauvetcrre, St Qladie, Buelho, Garliu, San Roman — 
total, ten general actions, forty minor actions or skirmishes, b >sides attending seven sieges ; and 
was at the siege of Oporto, being one of the Military Reporters under Lonl WitUam Russell* 
He has received tiie War Medal with eleven Cla«ps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Bsd^joa, Ssla- 
manoa, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

73 Colonel Army tage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards from March 
to July 1814. 

74 Colonel Cleike served with the old 94th at the defence of Cadia, and also nntU the rstreat 
from Santarem was closed at Fuentes d^Ooor, having been present in the actions of Redlnha, 
Condeixa, Foa d*Arouee, and Sibogal Joined the 77th (also in the Peninsula) on promotion, 
and served with it in the action of fil Bodon. sieges and assaulta of Ctudad Rodrigo and Badejot* 
including the storming of Fort Picnrina. Severely wounded in the leg at the storming of the 
castle of BadajoE. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

75 Colonel Wallace served the campaign of 1815, and was preeent at the battle of Waterloo. 

76 Sir James Schoedde served the Egyptian campaign of 1801. Served ako in the 
Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, including the battles of Rolefa, Vtmlera^ Talavera* 
Busaoo, Fuentes d*Onor, sieges of Ciadad Rodriso and Badajos, battles of Salamanca, Vittoris* 
Pyrenees, NiveUe, Nive, Ortnes, and Toulouse, betides numerous minor actions and skirmishes. 
He has received a gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign t the gold 
Medal for NiveUe ; and the silver War Medal with fourteen Clasps for the other battlea and 
sieges, and for Egypt. Commanded a brigade In China (Medal) at the attack and capture 
of Chapoo, WoosuDg, Shanghai, and Chin K:iang Foo. 

76t Colonel Reed served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 
In 1846 he commanded a Brigade of the Army of the Sutlfj and was wounded and bad a horse 
killed under him at the battle of Feroaeshah (Medal^. 

77 Colonel Clarke Kennedy served in the Peninsula fVom Sept 1809 to Sept 1813, including 
the battles of Fuentes d*Onor and Vittoria, (for which he has received the War Medal with two 
Claspt), besides various affairs of ontposta; received two wounds at Waterloo. While leading 
his squadron in a successful charre against the Connt D*£rlon*s corps at Waterloo, peroeiving 
an Eagle to the left, he changed tne direction of his squadron, and ran the officer through the 
body who carried it The Eigle belonged to the 105th French Regiment of Infantry, an^ ia 
tow deposited at Chelsea Hospital. 

78 Colonel Broke accomp%nted the 52nd on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807| and llie 
following } ear on that to Portugal, and was present at the battle of Vimiera, the advance into 
('pain and retreat under Sir John Moore. In 1809 he served on the Walchcren expedition. In 
1811 he joined the Light Division on the retreat of Maisena flrom the lines of Lisbon, and serred 
in Spain till the end of the war. In 1812 he Joined Sir Henry Clinton, as Aide-de*camn, at the 
siege of Burgos, where he was shot through the longs; was afterwards present at the nettle oif 
Orthes. He »erreJ with the Army of Occupation in France from 1815tol818as Aide-de-cnmp 
t ) Sir Henry Clinton. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Salamanca, 
Nive, and Orthes. 

79 Colonel Ciaieie served with the 2nd Battalion 52nd Light Infantry the campaign of 
1813-14 in Holland under Lord Lynedoch, inelnding both attacks on the fortlGed viUag« of 
Merxem — ^iu the latter of which he led the advance party of Major Qen. Sir Herbert TV[lor'8 
Bitgade. In May 1841 he embarked at Calcutta in command of the 55th Regiment for China 
(Medal) and served with the Expeditionary Force under Lord Qough till the end of the War, 
and wan senior Field Officer serving with the force in the field and consequentlv aeeoBd In 
command from the period of ita Bailing from Hong Konjg in August and during toe whole of 
the active operations which took place during the following five months. He commaiided • 
Brigade or Cdana of aittek at the mmoII m capture of m fortified cities of Amoy, Cboaan 



tVar Services of the Colonels. 49 

(2nd capture) — on which oocaaion it happened that the whole of the engagement derolved 
upon hia Brigade —and Chinhae. Sabsequentlj, when the Head Quarters ^ the force pro- 
ceeded to the Teang*txe-Eeang, he wae appointed bv Lord Gongh to the responsible com- 
mand of the Island of Chnsan, which he held for eight months until the return of the Force 
after the treaty of peace had been signed at Nankin. For his conduct on the above occasions 
(as stated in Lord Qongh*s despatches) he was promoted to the rank of Colonel and appointed 
an Aide-de-Carap to the Queen and a Companion of the Bath. 

80 Colonel Morris served in the American war with the 49 th, and was present at the various 
operations at Fort George, and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Plattsburg. Accompanied the 
regiment on the China expedition f Medal), and commanded a brigade at the storming an<) capture 
of the heishts above Canton, for which service he was made a C,B, Commanded a brigade at the 
attack and capture of the city of Amoy, and at the second capture of Chusan. Commanded 
the centre column of attack at the capture of the heights of Chinhae. Commanded the force al 
NiDgpo, and repulsed the enemy with great slaughter in tiieir attack on that city. Commanded 
a brigade at the attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan, 
at the attack and capture of the city of Cbapoo, and at the attack and capture of the enemy's 
position at Wonsung. 

81 Colonel Boldero served with the Grenadier Guards at Cadis in 1810 and 11; in the 
Peninsula in 1812 and 13; in Holland in 1814; and the campaign of 1815, in which he served 
as Adjutant at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the taking of Peronne. He has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Barrofia. 

82 Colonel Pennefather commanded the Infantry Brigade at the battle of Meeanee (Medal), 
and was shot through the bodv: he wsa also at the destruction of the Fort of Imaumghur. 

83 Colonel Monntain served as Deputy- Adjutant-General (and head of the department with 
the force) throughout the war in China (medal), and was present at the first capture of Chusan. 
storming of the heights and forts above Canton, action of the SOth May, taking of Amoy, 2na 
capture of Chnsan, storming of the fortified heights of Chinhae, taking of Ningpo, and sortie 
at the repulse of the night attack, action of Tscke, capture of Chapoo (three severe wounds), 
assault and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and investment of Nanking. In the campaign S 
1848-9, he commanded, as brigadier, the 4th Brigade of the Army of the Punjaubat the passage 
of the Chenab, and in the battles of Chiliianwallah and Goojerat ; and as Brigadier- General, 
the Bengal Infantry Division of Sir Walter Gilbert's force, at the pass«ge of the Jhelum. 

83t Sir Ord Honyman served with the Grenadier Guards the campaign of 1814 in Holland, 
and was present at the Bombardment of Antwerp and Storming of Bergen- op-Zoom, where he 
commanaed the leading sub-division of the storming party of the Grenadier Guards. 

84 Colonel Brock served in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Infantry from Aug. to Nov. 
1808, June to Dec 1811, and from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, indudiiu^ the 
battles of Vimiera and Vittoria, action at Vera, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Kfivelle 
and the Nive, actions at Arcangnes and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and various skirmishes and 
aftura of outposts. Also in the attack on New Orleans; and afterwards at the capture of Paris. 
Served in the Coorg campaign in India; where a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a con- 
spicuous and distinguished part. Severely wounded at the battle of Vimiera by a musket- shot, 
which passed completely through the ankle-bone, which it shattered most severely. He has 
received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

85 Colonel Bell joined the Royal Fusiliers in the Peninsula in 1811 and served there until the 
end of the war, and was pretent at the actions of Fuentes Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, advance 
on SaJamanca, affairs of St Christoval and Rueda, battle of Salamanca, advance to and retreat 
from Madrid, advance from Portugal, battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the Xive. In 1814 
embarked with the Royal Fusiliers to join the force before liew Orleans, and present at the 
assault Joined the army at Paris and remained until its withdrawal. He has received the War 
Medal with four Clasps. 

86 Colmel Reed served at the siege of Flushing in 1809; and in the Peninsula from June 
1811 to March 1814, including the actions at, and heights above, Moresco, battle of Sftlamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Retire, action at Olmas, and battle of Vittoria, where he was se- 
verely wounded in the right shoulder. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

87 Colonel James Jnnes served with the 32nd Light I>ragoons in the East Indies, in 1802, 3, 
and 4. and in the Peninsula with the 87th regt. and on the staff from 1809 to 1814, and waa 
wonnded at TaJavera. He has received the War Medsl with two CIssps for Talavera and Barrosa. 

88 Colonel Bristow served in the Walchcren expedition in 1809 as a Captain in the 3ml 
BattaKon 1 1th RegL and was present at the siege of Flushing. He was in Garrison at Gibraltar 
in 1811 when the Spanish army of General Bellas teros took refuge under the guns of that For- 
tress. In Oct and Nov. of the same year he was in Cadis, part of the period during which the 
place was blockaded by the FreTich. In Dec. he joined the army in Portugal and was imme- 
diately placed on the Qaarter-Master-General's Staff, on which he continued to the end of the 
war; and attached to Head Quarters the 7th or the 1st Dirition, was present at most 
of the operations carried on in the Nortii of Spain under the Duke of Wellington. He has re- 
ceived the War Medal with three Claapa for the battles of 8alamano% Vittoria, aod the Fyreneet. 
In 1823 h« was at Cadiz during its bombardment by the French fleet. 



49a War Servicer of the Colonels* 

89 Colonel Cloie serred tbe Egyptian campaign of 1801, for wUch he hai receired tlie 
SiWer War Medal with one Clasp. 

90 Colonel TayLton serred in Ireland daring the Rcbellioa in 1798. In 1801 be wae at tbe 
capture of tbe Danish Islands, and Island of St Martin in tbe West Indiea. In 1803 at tbe 
attack ani capture of St Lucia and storming of the fortress of Mome Fortunes alio at the 
attack and capture of Tobsgo. Serred on tbe staff of Qenersl Maitland at tbe attack and 
capture of tbe Dutch colony of Surinam. In 1807, be was at tbe second capture of tbe Daaiab 
Weat India Islands; in 1809 at the attack and capture of Martinique, including the siego of 
Fort Bourbon; also at the attack and capture of tbe Sain tee Islands. From 1811 to 1813 he 
serred in Sicily, and was employed as acting Depnty-Adjutant-General, and some time at tbe 
head of tbe Department He has receired the War Medal with one Clasp for Martmlque. 

91 Colonel Carlyon serred with tbe 66th in tbe Nepaul war under Sir Darid Ochterlraiy. 

92 Colonel Burke serred in Jamaica and St. Domingo in 1796 and 97; in Holland in 1809. 
Volunteered at the takioe of the Island of Schouwcn. Serred in tbe Ptninsula in 1810-11-12, 
with the 5th Dirislon of tne Army; was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor; was slightly 
wounded at tbe affair of Barba del Puerco, in intercepting tbe retreat of tbe French garrison of 
Almeida; rolunteered tbe Forlorn Hope of Sir James Leith's Dirision at the taking of Badajos, 
where be receired sereral serere wounds which bare rendered him incapable of ToUowing bis 
profession. He has receired the War Medal with one Clasp for Badajos. 

93 Colonel Trafford serred in the Peninsola, and was present at tbe battles of Talarera 
(wounded), Bosaco, Albuhera,Vlttoria, tbe Pyrenees, the Nirelle, tbe Nire, Ortbea, and Tonlonse, 
for which he has receired tbe War Medal with nioc Claf^ps. 

94 Colonel George Torey serred in Calabria witn tbe 20kb, and waa present at tbe 
battle of Maida. Serred also in tbe P<»ninsula from July 1808 to Nor. 1809, and again from 
Oct 1812 to tbe end of that war in 18U, including the battles of Vimiera, Talarera, Vittoria, 
and the Pyrenees (25th July to 2nd August); storm of San Sebastian, battles of the Nirelle, tbe 
Nire (9tb to 13tb Dec.), and Ortbes. He has receired the War Medal with nine Cla»ps. 

95 Colonel Angelo serred with the expeditinn to Egypt in 1807; en the coast of Cala- 
bria in 1808; with tbe expedition to Watcher en in 1809; with tbe army to Catalonia in 1812 
and 13, as an Assistant- Adjutant-Grneral. Attached to the Austrian army, snd acted as Aide- 
de-camp to Maior- General Count Nugi^ut in the campaign against the Viceroy of Italy; present 
at tbe siege andi capture of Trieste, Cattaro, and Ragusa, and in rarious serrices in tbe Adriatic. 

96 Colonel Thwaites serred on an expedition to the coaat of Holland in 1796; in tbe East 
Indies In 1799; from that time on board ILVL%. Li Forte till wrecked in tbe Bed Sea. 
Crossed tbe Desert of Sues with Colonel Lloyd's Detachment, and joioed the Vizier*a Army in 
tbe adrance to Cairo; then Sir Darid Batrd*s Army. He serred in the Peninsula, in tbe 4 8 lb 
regiment, from 1811 to 1813, including the siege and assault of Badajoz, the battlea of Sala- 
manca (wounded), Vittoria, and tbe Pyrenees (wounded), for which, and for Egypt, he has 
receired the War Medal with fire Clasps. He has also receired the Torklsb Medal for serrices 
in Egypt in 1801. 

97 Colonel Jerrard serred tbe Egyptian campaign of 1801, for whiob be has reoeirad tbe 
Silrer War Medal with one Clasp. 

98 Colonel Linton serred tbe campaign of 1815 with the 6tb Dragoons, and waa present at 
tbe battle of Waterloo. 

99 Colonel Coles serred in South America with the Uib in 1807, including the operations 
prerions to, and storming of, Monte Video. Serred afterwards in tbe Peninsula from Aug. 
1808 to Nor. 1811, and again from April 1813 to tbe end of that war in 1814; present with tbe 
40tb at the battles of Rolcia, Vimiera, and Talarera; with the 4th Dragoons at Busaoo, Albu- 
bera, and Usagre; and with tbe 12th Light Dragoons at the passage of the Bidat&oi, the Nire, 
and tbe Adour. He has received the War Mcdul with seven Clasps. 

100 Sir Michael Cresgb serred in the expedition under Sir Darid Baird against tbe Cape of 
Good Hope ; was wounded in tbe action of the Blue Bourg. In 1810 accompanied tbe expedi- 
tion (as Brigade Major) which sailed from Madras againtt tbe French Islands : desperately 
wounded by a cannon shot, (which carried away a part of hia left shoulder, and killed six of 
bis men) at tbe attack of the batteriea before St. Dennis, Isle of Bourbon ; thanked in general 
orders, and farourably mentioned in tbe despatches. In 1817 and 18 serred (in command of the 
86tb flank companies) during tbe Mifaratta and the Pindarree wars in India. In 1818 serred in 
the Ksndyan country (interior of Cejlon) during that barrassing war, in oomaiand of tbe flank 
companies of the 86th and other detachments, receiving tbe repeated thanks of General Sir 
Robert Brownrifcg for his serrices in the enemy's country. 

lot Colonel Eden serred tbe campaign in Jara in 181 1 with the 22Qd Light Dragoona* indnd- 
iog the actions of tbe 10th and 26th Aug. Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomaa Hialop at tbe battle 
of Mabeidpore, and during tbe Mabratta war in 1817 and IS. He has receired the War Medal 
with one Clasp for Jara. 

102 Colonel Shee serred the early part of tbe campaign of 1809 in Portugal; and tbe latter 
end of 1809 and the years 1810 and 11 with tbe Sicilian army. Serred also tbe Feninanlar 
oampaisna of 1812, 13, and 14, with tbe Portngnese army. 

103 Colonel Htftley serred in tbe Fonininla with the 57tb from Aug. 1813 to tbe end of that 



War Servicei of the Coloneb. 49b 

wtf ia 18H ud wai pn&mt 9t the balfele of NiTeile. Strred afkanrifdi in Bdgiiim. He hai 
reoored the War Medtl ^th two Chaps. 

103t Cokoel Jemee Cempbell Mrred with the 5Ut, ftt the oaptare of Ktndyin Ceylon, in 
1 803 ; the eempftign of 1808-9 in Spein, inohiding the bttUe of Corannfti Aleo^the canpAigni of 
1811, 12, IS, 14, and 15, under the Duke of Wdiington, inclodingthe aeoond siege of Badsjoz, 
battles of Yittoria, the Prrenees on the 26th and 28th Joly, heigfato of Lesaca, Niyelle, and 
St. P6, with Orthes, and Waterioo, and storming of Cambray. He has reoeived the War Medal 
with fire Clasps. 

104 Colooa Chestsr served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action near BergeOy 
2Dd Oct Served aUo the oampaign of 1808-9 in Spain, indnding the aetiona at BeneTente, 
Villa Franca, and Logo, and retreat to Comnna. He hiu reoeiYed the War Medal with one 
Cloap for Benevente. 

105 Colonel Geddes served with the 27 th in Calabria in 1806; at the capture of the itiand 
oF Proeida in 1809; in SieOy in 1810; and aabseqaently in the Peninsula, inclodmg the battles 
of the ^velks the Nive, Orthes, and Tonlonae, at whidi last he raoeived a severe wound which 
broke the left thigh-bone near the hip-joint He has received the War Medal with four CInspi. 

106 Colonel Gumonr served at th&<»iptare of lachia, Zante, and Cephakmia, in 1809; and of 
Santa Manra in 1810. Served afterwaras on the eastern ooast of Spain, and was present at 
the battle of Castalla ; engaged with the enemy on several occasions covering the retreat; and 
employed in tiie batteries against Tarragona. After leaving Spain he went to Genoa, nnder 
Lord w m. Bentinck. 

107 C<donel LesUe served with the 29ih on the secret expedition under Sir Brent Spencer, 
and aabseqaently in the Peninsula from Ang. 1808 toDea 1811, and acain from Feb. 1813, 
indading the battles of Roleia and Yimiera, capture of Ooorto, battle ofTaUvera, first siege 
of Badajos, and battle of Albuhera, besides skirmishes ana affrays at outposts. At the batue 
of Talavera he was aeverely wounded in the right leg, where the ball still remiUns. He has 
received the War Medal with four Clasos. 

108 Colonel Beokwith served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons, £^om July 1813 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of the Nivelle, and battles oWtke mwe on 
the 9Ui and 10th Dee. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the retreat on 
the 17th June and at the batUe of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

109 Cdonel Bobertson served with the 25 th at the taking of Madeira in 1807 ; at the capture 
of Goadaloupe in 1810, and again in 1815. 

1 10 Colonel Bobinaon served with the 48th in the Peninsula firom June 1809 to October 1813, 
incloding the battles of Talavera and Bnaaco, lanea at Torrea Yedras, pursuit of Massena, 
ictioa at Caapo Mayor, siege of Ciudad Bodrigo, n^ge and storming of Badajos (shot through 
the left arm at the assaiUt, 6th April 1812); battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and retreat 
thereftoaa, battles of Yittoria, Bonoesvalles, and the Pyrenees (severely wounded, left leg frac- 
tored 28th Jidy 1813). He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

111 Colonel Maclean lervedwith the 13th Light Dragoons in every action and affinir in 
ivhich it was engaged in the Peninsula, firom Dec. 1810 until wounded and taken prisoner at 
;>>adMS, 18th Mardi 1814. Was present with his regiment during the Waterloo campaign; 
mgaged in command of the rear-guard for the brigade on the 7 th June» and throughout the 
iction on the 18thi Accompanied the 13 th Dragoons to India in Feb. 1819; was employed in 
iommand of a caTahr brigade with the field force at the reduction of Kumool, and served 
iniotcrmptedly with his regiment for twenty-two years, when he returned with it to England, and 
raa placed on half-pay as 2nd Lieut -ColoneL He has received the War Medal with six Clasps 
or Albuhsra, Yittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. 

1 1 2 O>lonel Qawler served in the Peninsula with the 52nd from Nov. 1811 to the end of that 
rar in 1814, indnding the siege and assault of Badajos, battles of Yittoria, Pass of Vera, the 
!f iTelle, the Nive, Orthes, anciTonlouse, besides various minor affairs. Served also the oam- 
»aign of 1815, and was present at the batUe of Waterloo. Wounded below the right knee by 
. musket-shot at the storming of Bsdajoz, and in the neck by a musket- shot at San Munos. He 
M» received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

113 Colonel Kettlewell served at Copenhi^sen in 1807; and in C!eyIon during the Rebellion, 
A 1817 and 18. 

114 Colonel Ball served in the Peninsnia with the 34th, from June 1809 to Kov. 1813, in- 
lading the siege of Badajos in Hay 1811, battles of Busaco and Albuhera, aiege of Bidajoz in 
f lur 181 1, actions at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz, battle of Yittoria (wounded in the head), 
ad aflhirs at the Pass of Maya (leverely wounded in the left leg). He has received the War 
ledal with three Clasps. 

115 Colonel Monins served the campaign of 1815 with the 52nd Light Infantry, and was 
resent at the battle of Waterloo. Served afterwards with the army of occupation in France. 

116 Colonel Cox served in the 95 th Bifle Brigade at Copenhagen, and was present at some 
Eurmlahea near that city, and aiWrwards in the action of Aioge. He served afterwards in the 
*eninsnln from the lanoing at Mondego Bay in 1808, to the end of the war at Toulouse, in- 
jMi^Bg aUrmlsh at Obidas, battfes of Boleia and Yimk^m, retreat to Corunna, General Craw- 
ird's nuffoh to Talavera, action at St. Milan, battles of Yittoria, NiveUs^ and Nive; passage 



49c War Services of the Cohneb. 

of the Btdauoft, battle of Ortfaes, and Tarbee. Severely wounded in the right te by ft nnaket- 

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ahot at YittorUi in the left tide at NiveUei and a«lnJn the right leg M Tarbee. Be 
mended a dinBion under Sir Benjamin D'Urban onring the Cafflre war at tiie Oapa of Qood 
Hope in 1835. Sabeeqnentlv he was employed on parnoolar eerriee in Oaaada te five yeara 
dnnng both Bebellioni, and u now employed on the Btaff ia beland. He haa raeeived Ae War 
Medal with uven Claapa. 

1 17 Colonel Baker lerred in the Feniniola with the 16th Light Dragooaa and wu preeent at 
the battle! of Nivdle and Nive, for which he hai reoeived the War Hedil with two daapa. Ho 
•erred alio the Waterloo campaign. 

118 Colonel Toraor aerwea in Hanover with the 14th, in 1805 and 0. The eampalga of 
1808-9, including the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Waloheran, and at tibe liege of 
Fiushiog in 1809. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. He haa !«• 
ceived the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

119 Colonel Falls served with the 30th on the expedition to Naplea with the Saslish and 
Russian army in 1805. He waepreeent at the battle of Maida in 1806 1 at the battle or Conmnn 
in 1809; on the expedition to Walcheren the aame year; inbeeqnently in #ie Penininla> at the 
battle of the Pjrreneea, at RonoesTaUes, and Pamplona (leTorely wonnded), faattka of the 
Nirelle, and Orthes. Served afterwards on the expedition to J^aahington. la 1831 he waa 
wounded in the rioU at Merthyr T^dvil, in South Walea. He haa reoeived the War Medal 
with six Clasps. 

120 Colonel Fergnsson served at the ouitore of Bear Admiral PerrteV squadron from Jigypt 
when In pursuit of the French and Spanisn fleets in June, 1799. Blodiade of Malta and oap- 
ture of Admiral Pence's squadron Xe OinirnufTA^ VlUe de MmrttiUet, fto. vrith a rauilbrofment 
and supplies for the relief of the garrison. Was wreeked and severely iqjored on board H. M. B« 
Queen Charlotte when humt off fsghom in 1800, only ybar saved out of a detaehment of nearly 
200 marines, including snpemnmeraries, in all upwards of 700 peraoaa perished. Served at Uie 
siege of Genoa and Savona. Destruction of the fort of Port Bapeaie, and nns oarried off by 
H. M. S. Santa Dorothea in 1800, to which ship he then belonged. Served In Goypt nnder tlie 
command of Sir Ralph Aberoromby in 1801 (medal). In 1806 at Maida. Dennoe of Galea 
and surrender of Aopeas took possenion of the latter town with hie detaehment. Served again 
in Eirypt with the expedition nnder MaJor^General Fraser in 1807. He has been repeatedly 
engsg«>a in severe boat actions, and against batteries, and debarked with detaohmanta aadinf 
in capturing and deetroying ships and convoys en the enemy's coast 

121 Colonel Thomas Stevens was present blockading Brest, the Helder, and Cadia, and waa 
engaged with batteries. In 1809 he was engaged with gnn-boata in passing oonToys throQgh the 
8 )ttDd and Categat; in H. M.S. Cerbenu, wi& oonvoy of armed transporta and gan«boata m the 
Gulf of Friedland ; in the boats of the souadron in the snooeasfnl attack npon the Ruaian FiotUIn 
of heavy armed gnn-boata and armed fmnsporta ; and at the oaptnre of a Russian sohooaer. 
From 1836 to 1840 he served in the Royal Marine Battalion on the north ooast of Bpaini waa 
detached in command of a oompany for the defence of the Eastern Heighta of Passagea attaeked 
by the Csrlists, and in the Carlist attabk of the linea on the 6th Jane 1836 { and he waa alao pro- 
sent at Fuentarabia, llth July 1836. 

122 Colonel Gibsons landed from the Jlkumderer and served on shore for eight days la Bear* 
haven Bay in 1804. He waa on board the Sitfegumrd mortar brig in a severe aotion with % 
division of Danish gnn-boats off Anholt in June 1 81 1, on which oocasion the veseel was engsged 
for three and a half hours, and 19 were killed or woimded out of a oomplement of 89. T& ml* 
lowing year he waa engaged at Cateria on the north ooast of Spafai, and aeoompinied Captain 



Parke nith two heavy guna intended for the army beeieging Bniwoe. In 1818 and 14 he aarved 
in the American war, and was present at the attack on Craney Island, taking of Hampton, do« 
fence of the Lines of Chippewa, and on other occasions on the Misgara Frontier, where ha aio* 
tained a severe fracture of the left ann, and a riolent contusion on the right breast 

123 Colonel Balingall mior to entering the Royal Marinea, served as a Midshipman at 
Copenhsgen in 1801 1 landed at Vlmiera, 21 Aug., 1808 t waa a Tolonteer in the boata of th« 
JUwtance at the boarding and carrying La Mouche^ Fmeh man-of-vrar tohooner, under • 
constant fire of grape and mnsqnetry ; the commander fell by the hand of Colonel B. 86 Feb« 
1809. Served as a volunteer at the entting ont of four French loggers laden with suopliae §ar 
the French army, from the harbour of Santa Clara, north ooast o? Spain, on the night of tho 
27 th Feb. 1809, under a galling fire of musqnetrr, and defended by two batteriea which eom* 
mended the entrance i landed at the head of the Marinee from the Ruiitanee, oarried a batlsiy 
of four gnns ; and assisted in the captnxo and blowing up of a Firenoh man*of<»war sohooncr, 
and destroved her oonvoy, laden with snppUee for the French army, 10th Mareh, 1809 % was 
subsequently at the defence of Cadis ; aad in 1833 in the caatlee of Nanpoli de Romania, vltii 
an amed garrison during an attack on that dty. 

124 Cotonel Meroer assisted at the deatmetion of the Frsnbh squadron in Baaqna Eoada. Hs 
waa repeatedly landed on the North Coaat of Spain in 1810, eo-operating with the Fatikta. In 
1812, while embarked on board H J1& /are, he waa engaged with and eaptnred 1^ the Ualle4 
Statea frigate OmttiimtitnL 

125 O^ondlAiioiervadiathaWeat Iiidioaial786 8iid7,giidimipc«8«tMI)M:iiUii^ 



War Services of the Cohnelt. 49(1 

Sk Loflia. In 1801 hm Mrred the EgjnpClfln campaign (Qold MedaiX indading all the actioni^ 
■ad lohieqiiiBtly In tiie Feajnenla, jnelnding the nege and atorming of Badajos, end battle of 
fideiawiea. Ha baa leeeiTed the SUver War Medal with one Claqi for Egypt 

186 Cdoiiel Anrten lerfed with the t5th at the landing at the Helder in Angoit 1799, 
tad WM eefwaly wonnded at the battle of E«nont-op-Zee on the Snd Oct following. Serred 
in Egypt in 1801, indnduog the inmnder of Aleaandna. Alfo at the eaptore of Giiadalonpe, 
hi 1810, and igiOn in 1816. He baa reoeiyed the War Medtl with two Claene. 

136t Cdknifll Laoy lerfed the campaign of 179^ in Holland, with the 66th, and waa present 
in the aotioni of the 19th Bept, 8nd and 6th October. 

W Colonel Ijnoh haa reoeiTcd the War hbdal with two Claipa ibr Egypt and Facntea d'Onor. 

188 Colonel Bobyna aerred at the capture of Kardniqne in 1809, for which he baa received 
the War Medal with one Claap. In Au^. 181S he went to North America, and waa aetWely 
employed in the Chesapeak nnder Sir George Cockbnrn. Commandtd a battalion of Marioea 
at tbe eaptore of Waahington and action before Baltimore, where he waa aeverely wonnded. 
Sarrad anerwarda on the expedition againit New Orleana. 

189 Colonel Mathewaon joined the 75th Highland regiment in the Eait Indiea in 1791; 
tarrad the eampaign in Myaore in that year, and irai preaent and engaged before Seringapatam 
in Feb. 1792. He again aerred before Serinnpatam m 1799. In the year following he aerred 
in Malabar and Canara, and waa wonnded when leading the Forlorn Hope at the amaolt of the 
Fortraaa of Jamanlabad. In 1801 he waa aotiyely employed daring the campaign in the district 
of Cotiote; waa often engaged, and at the redactton of aeyeral poata. In 180S-8 he waa on aer* 
vice in Onaerat, and waa preaent at the aiege and reduction of Keria and of Broderaj alao in 
ileld aetiona, and in that of the 6th Feb. 1803, on the baaka of the riyer Mehie, he reeeiyed a 
•erare gnn«ahot wonnd in the left ahonlder. He nest aeryad at the aiege of Bhnrtpore in 1805, 
and lecfciyed a dangerona wonnd in the right breast from a apear when oroaaing the ditch at the 
Miaalt ou the 9th Jan.; he waa alao wonnded by an exploaion of gunpowder on the breach, 
when leading an aaaanltinc party on the Slat February. In 1808 he waa employed with hia 
company of the Royal YcA Kangera on board the line-of-batt1e ahipa York and nmpie at the 
blocaade of Martinique, and waa aotiyely employed at the redactton of that laland, haying on 
lending a detached command, and he drew up and aigned on the apot the capitulation of Pig<*on 
Isiand on the 4th Feb« 1809. He waa also actiyely engaged the tame year at the capture of tbe 
Saintaa. In 1810 he aerred at the capture of Guadeloupe; waa engaged in the action of the drd 
Feh, and commanded that part of hii regt. which on the following morning tooh poaaeaaion of 
the Pont de Noaiere, and captured the French foree and gnna at that post Aa an Aasiatant- 
Qaarter>Maater-Oeneral, he accompanied, in the aame month, the force aent to the capture of 
the laland of St. Martin, and continued to be employed on the Staff until he waa again engaged 
at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815, where, aa Major of hia regt., he was the firat who landed, 
being in command of the advance on the 8 th Auguat, and on the following day he ana taint d 
lerioua ii^nry when in pnranit of the enemy down the hill of Palnuate and acroaa the riyer 
Gallion. He haa reeeiyed the War Medal with two Claape for Martinique and Goadalonpe. 

180 Colonel Johnaon aeryed in Hanoyer, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 and 6; with the 
ezpeditbn to Madeira in 1807, and capture o^ the linee of Fnnchal. The Peninanlar campaigna 
from Sept. 1808 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Boaaoo, retreat to the Lmea 
^ Torree Vedraa, and the anbaequent adranoe and poranit of the French army under Masaena; 
ietiona of FombaJ, Bedinha, Condeixa. and Sabngal; first aiege of Almeida and its aubsequent 
blockade, battle of Fuentea d*Onor, retreat from Buiwoa, and acaling the heights of the Echalar. 
He has reoeiyed the War Medal with two Claapa for Buaaco and Fuentes d*(hior. 

131 Colonel Dlggla aeryed with the 58nd |in Sicily, nnder Sir John Moore, and on the ex- 
pedition to Oottenlnirgh. Subaequently he aeryed in the Peninanla, and waa preaent during 
the retreat and at the battle of Corunna ; aa alao in the action of the Coa, battle of Buaaco, and 
affiMra when the Army fell back upon ttie Linee of Torrea Vedraa. He aeryed alao the cam- 
paign of 18 IS, 14, and 15, indnding the bombardment of Antwerp, aflhira at Merxem. and 
hatUe of Waterioo, at which laat he waa aeywely wonnded. He haa reoeiyed the War Medal 
with two Claape for Corunna and Buaaco. 

188 Colonel Bekhes seryed in tbe Peninsula with the 4th and 59th and waa preaent at the 
■iflgce of Badajoa and St. Sebaatian, and at tbe battle of Fuentea d'Onor and .Sahunanca, for 
which he haa reoeiyed tbe War Medal with four Claspa. 

133 Colonel Orlando Jonea accompanied the 36th to Hanoyer, and aeryed the campa'gn of 
1805-6. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1806, and aerred throughout the whole of that and the 
following eampaigna without ba?ing been abaent from hia duty for a aingle day, and was present 
at the battles of Boleia and Vimiera. Attached to the Portugueae aenrice in April 1809, and 
■erred at the battle of Buaaco, occupation of the Linea at Liabon, actiona of Pombal, Redinha, 
Condexia, Pnente de Muroella, Caaal Noya, Ceira, Ouarda, Fob d*Aronce, Sabngal, and Fuentea 
d'Onor, atorming the fbrta at Salamanca (wonnded), battle of Vittoria, actiona of Tolos a and 
^la Aanea (aeyerely wounded), paaaage of Uie Bidaaaoa, battlea of the Ntyelle, Bayonne (9th 
DeaX Bt Jean de Loa (11th, lath, and 13th Dee.), paaaage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne 
andrepokeoftheaortiei. He haa leoeiyed tfie Sllyer War Medal with aeyen Chupa. 

134 Colons FmwHn •arred in the MedtterraoMn at the taking of the laland of lachia 

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ft^ar Sennas of the CoUmth 

ftniProad^andAiOM relirfof CapL In 1810 he joined tho tfiny in Portogalt tad 
w.:i the 4th dMeion throughoat the eempeigns in the Penint nla. 1810«-*Bme of] 
T^ie^it to the linee of Tonet Vedni, affiiir of Dois Pontoi. 1811— Acaons of Fomhel uA 
J.'<i .he, cepcofe of Cempo Hayor, tiege of OliTen^e, hettle of Albahera. 181S— Siege oC 
f ii *i Bomgo, storainc of Bidejoi (seyerely wonnded mounting the breaoh), cepCine oC 
:^ ( ir.-f. 1 ^ 13— Action Of Aldea de JPonte, battle of Vittoria (horse shot under him), blockade 
r. : A'^mp^imn^ alEun of BonoetTaUee and Lin9oinfl, battle of the Pvieneee, attack of the Height* 
- V T* >.unt Ecteran. Faieage of the Bidauoa^ battle of the Ni?eUe. He hai veoeived thm 
M ' ^nzr^^t Q<M Croee for the Penintnlar oampaigns; as also the War Medal with sotcii Claepv. 
. '' C Ar/nel Wells : — Campaign of Portogal and Spain in 1808 and 9, incladtng aetion of 
J', ^.-f- X, %n^ the battles of Yimiera and Comnns; campaign in Holland In 1809, incnidlng Hb^ 
• '/« <j4 Fliuhing; blockade of Cadiz, from March 1810, to the raising of the blockade In IBIS, 



^t ^ fAio% ah>ot six months' absence at Carthas^ena, and with the army in Estremadmra, inctmiiiigr 
* ' ^ «',*/.n fA Barrota, and the last sirge of Bad^joz in March and April 1812; senred part ^ 
".*- ^ • i»p«igii of 1813, until the army embarked at Bonrdeanx in 1814, indoding the paaesge of 
*. 0! ;;.i »«iM/a, blrHskade of Bayonne, and the taking of a work at Laredow Campaign of 181 S, 
« « #»Kiom and France. He has reodyed the War Medal with fiye Claspe. 

I «7 i\t\*t%\A B*s«]gelte sailed with the expedition firom India to Egypt, mider Sir IHwM 
iv t #<i, \n IMOI . il«tamed to India and served two campaigns in the Dooaband Ceded Distflets« 

'i*^ 0«'fi«^al (Campbell Herred also on the exmdition to the Fenobscot» in the United Stata* 



'y^ V^/ttS Amerin«. Ha has receired the Silyer War Medal with one Clasp for ^nrp^ 

I '-1 ';#l/m*l Ilaby served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and also in the Peoinsiila witli 
^4« II ftfttfi was present at the battles of T^vera, Bosaco, and Foentes d*Onor, and at (he a ieg e 



'X >;^ ./) ';ox« Utt whleh and for Egypt he has receiTed the War Medal with fk^ Clasps. 

» y* t 'Afpiuel NloholU Joined the 2nd Battalion 66th Begt in Spain in 1811, and was severely 

w'^,f./t'*t Mtu^mpttund fraoturo of the right lefr) at the batde of Vittoria, (War Medal with one 

^ "^r ffi eklrmUliIng with the enemy as Captain of the I^ht Company of the Regt. 8 nb «e 

'. ,• -.' / km j^tAnMi tlie Ut Battalion at St. Helena, and was appointed Orderly OAoer to 

'.".. «^/f»« Mrid ba«l charge of the Longwood establishment during seventeen months-— a dehe»t% 

c. ' #'i# *'"! r^Bpffntlble situation. 

i 4^^ ' 'ft^^h^-i Ofikai sorvod In Sicily in 1807; in Portugal in 1808, under Sir Artliar 

,^«f^ y ; If I h\mkn ami at ('orunna under Sir John Mooce; on the Walcheren expedition in 

^* » vf^t^'ltii-ntly In the IVuinsola. He had charge of Napoleon at St Helena when he died, 

^,A, f^ffUf(hi home the ilespetohes of his death. Served afterwards in the Bast Indies. He 

- ^' ' ^1 pf4 OiM War Medal with four Clasps for Visaiera, Corunna, Vittoria, and Pyiwimee 

i k , * 'Aotf»\ lliii**msn snilrd with the 5th on the expedition for Hanover in 1805 ; was 
> #r ^' ' wl 'iff ihii I'MiKtl nitd made prisoner of war. Having been exchanged in Mareb 1806^ 

• . ^'9 ,*f Jtntm fallowing with the expedition under Mijar-Qeneral Crauftird, wiiieh landed in 

• ^ A '<«>•# M «, Mill lie was present at the attack of Buenos Ayres. Served also in ^e Pleate- 

' '^ H, M, ntiil was severely woouded at Vitloiia, for which battle be baa received 
0^ ^ xf' I .t ^)iU tmn Cliitp, Aooompauied the regiment to America in 1814, aad waa 

« * -',^1 thi,\nmin snrvml with the 5$thi& E^ypt in 1801, and waapreaeDl at tbe sir- 
• - -^ ^#^*''/W itro mimI AUkandrta. Heeervedinltalyin 1805and6) and intbePeainsala 
' ' '/r > " n, lM«itii<Uiig the Mnee at Tonee Vedraa, covering the aiege of Badges, batds 

Mf Madrid, and siece of Bunroe, at which last he was twice woundcdl 



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^* *i, * «|rhirM Mf Madrid, and siege of Bnigoe, 

•» tfftt^ itt'.ni MH)ri.t»ty. \U has received the War Medal with two Claspa for Egypt —^ 

• *,» I Mii^IimII Nurrod with the .^vd battalioii of tbe Boyals at Wakberen, fas 1809, sea 

" * Hi t),M •l».tf<i ul' KliuKIng* Sahseouent^ in the Peninsula foom 1810 to 1812, is- 

' ' l,Mtil..« hI hiuwiMt eml Kucntee dXHtcTt aetion of Sabugal, and thoee of Mssscds'i 

^ i'.i.hmW it I ill* i«^)>0ath«m to i^rmany, under General Gibba in 1813. Served m 

■ '•M«t t)iiHil«<r MiiMfr UiMKeral in the campaign of 1814, in Holland; and hi thi 

' h Mi ilm Mifia ot the army in Flanders, and afterwards al tbe bead-^nsikf* 

f ^^ 1 1 "MiiiiiiMoit \W \\M i\>oeived the War Medal with two Claspa for Bnsaoe ssd 

> ' M|.|M,MM mfyvA U\ xh^ l\nin»tt1a with the 39th and was present at the bstdei 
^ ' '< •••. rM>H>..s Nt^tUo^ Nnt%v>fthce, and Toulouse,forwhasb bo bMieeiM 

I Mil .< t I tl t Ub|«% 

( M ,,|„^. .,,,,,.,1 (^ ii^ INsitusula with the 4th Dragoons, and was pMOi 

I '* •» l«<«*v.Mii«a Alh«herat eav^ action of Us^^ and butOe of ^' 

f< 'I I liH Wit tMNi^ivi) wx>widsd and taken prisoner. He bM reecivud the^*' 

* I ' •• ••*(^'*«| %tiK the irih t4gbt Drwoons fai South AuMtkn in 18e««0<fl' 

' ' ' 'MiHM .i( Moiuo \ t.Ks\ and in tbe expedition of Boenoa Ayrsa. d«Nr^ 
f »M4 .iMHiM %uh mnsheta and acted aa Idbntry. He acrvad aAtf««« 
*H MiH !> lit |«itt««4 «nd was pvseeikt ia naniy tH the netfoM sri iiii« * 



War Sermees of the Colonels. 49/* 

U7 ColoiMl Dnby Mrrtd la Hiaorer in 1805; tt the liega of Copenhagen in 1807; and 
the Conmna oampeagn in 1808-9. He hae reoeiTed the SilTer War Medal with one Claep for 
Connuia* 

148 Cokmel King lerred in a mortar-boat in the Faro of MBSshia for two montha in 1810. 
Adfanoed into the United Statea with Sir Qeorge Freyoat'f armvt and oommanded a battery 
i«ainat PUttabnrK. 

149 Colonel Afaodooald aooompamed the expedition to Hanorer in 1805 ; joined the anny 
ia Sieily in 1806» and was employed with it in its yarions operations until 1810 ; in the 
latter year he went with the expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia 
andFkooida; returned to Sicily and employed against the French army in 1811; in 1812 was 
empk^ed in Spain, including the battle of Castalla, and siege of Tarragona; embarked for 
Canada in 1814, and waa preaent at the operaliona hefore Flattsbnrff. He served also the 
eampau;n of 1815, and reoeiyed three wounds at Waterloo, vis., in the leg, in the neck, and 
through the body, wounding the lungs. 

150 Colonel Mndge seryed in the Peninsula from Hiarch 1809 to June 1810, and has recc'iTcd 
the War Medal with one Clasp for the battle of Talayera. 

151 Colonel Sherboume WilUams seryed at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. 

152 Colonri John Cox, with the exception of a raw months, seryed throughout the whole 
of the Peninsular war with the 95th (Aifle Brigade), commencing with the first affisir, at 
Otudos, 15th Aqg. 1808. He was also engu[ed with Uie enemy in the following battles, sieges, 
sctions and afliurs :— Battles of Boleia and Yimiera, and surrwidcr of lasb^ ; subsequent 
oaoipAiga in Spain with Sir John Moore's Army, including its retreat— out-post affairs at 
Tslavera, night defence of the post of Barba del Pneico against yery superior numbers; 
affiurs of Oaliegos and Barquilla ; action at Almeida, and defence of the bridge against every 
effort to force it ; affairs at Mora Morta and Jula ; battle of Busaco ; affairs at Alenquer, 
Aruda, and Santarem ; defence of the Linea of Torres Vedraa ; actions with Marshal Matsena's 
Bear Quard at Pombal, Bedinha, Condeixa, Caza Norm, Foi d'Arouce, Ponte de Marcella, 
Freixadaa and Sabugal ; at Almeida fiye anooessiye days ; at Marialva-bridge ; battles of the 
3rd and 5th May 1811 at Fuentea d'Onor ; affairs at Naves d'Aver and Forcaylos ; siege and 
storming of Ciudad Bodrigo ; action at San Milan ; battle of Yittoria ; actions with the French 
Bear-guard at Bcharrianos, Fampeluna^ and forcing the heights of Santa Barbara and Pass of 
Echalar ; at Vera, and carrying the entrenchments in its Pass ; battles of the Pyrenees ; 
several affiiirs at outposts ; battles of Nivelle and Ifive ; action at Tarbes ; victory of the 18th 
Jane ai Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He was wounded at Yimeira by a musket ball ; 
received a contusion in the head at Bedinha, a compound fracture of the left arm at the storm- 
ing of Ciudad Bodrigo while clearing the left breach, and left leg badly flractnred (ball lodged) 
ia driving the enemy from the heights of Tarbes, He has received the War Medal with ten 
Clasps. 

153 Colonel Murton served in the North Sea, and the Holder expedition in 1799; served in 
^^ Bgyptian expediticm and the East Indies in 1801; the West Indies (slightly wounded) in 
1804; ooaat of France, and engaged with the enemy's flotilla and batteries, in 1805; the Medi- 
terraneam in 1806, engaged in cnttmg out the enemy's yessels from under batteries, and was 
voted a sword from the Patriotic Fund; in 1809, coast of Spain, and aiding the Guerillas; served 
in Holland in 1813. Medal for services in £gypt 

154 (yolonel Booth's services :— Siege of Calmiger (wounded at the assault). Nepaul war in 
1814, including the sieges of Kolunga, Nahu, aad Jetuck. Mi^ratta war in 1817, 18, including 
the sieges of Singhur, lAtarak, Ponrunder, and Wursetta. Burmese war in 1824-5, wounded 
at the storming of Martaban. 

155 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. 

157 Colonel Alex. AL Fraser waa employed in the expedition against Sambas, in the island 
of Borneo. 

158 C!olonel Walker served at Copenhagen. 

159 Colonel W. F. Williams served in Senegal, Goree, and Sierra Leone during 1811 and 
12; and in the Peninsula from August 1813 to the end of that war, including San Sebastian, 
the passage of the Bidaasoa» batUes of Nivelle and Niye (11th, 12tfa, and 13th Deo.), and the 
inyestmentof Bayonne. He embarked for Bordeaux in 1814 with the expedition to the Chesa- 
peak under Gtenml Boas, and was wounded at the battle of Bladensburg, first slightly in the 
left arm, uid again severely by a musket-ball through the left shoulder. He served subse- 

rntly for several years in the West Indies; and he waa sent on a particular service to Canada 
ing the insurrection in that country in 1838 and 39. He has received the War Medal with 
three Clasps for St. Sebaatian, Niyelle, and Niye. 

160 Cokmel Cartwright swved the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the 61sty including the 
battlea of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Niye» Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the 
Silver War Medal vrith five Cla^ Served the campaign of 1815 with the 10th Hnssars, and 
waappsseut al the battle of Waterloo. 

161 Cohmel Saonderson served at Malta and in Sioily, In the Light Battalion under Sir 
JaaN» Si^ipt OB the expedition to Na^ in 1806, Aooompamed ue and battalion of the 



48 War Service of the Cotoneh. 

Siln in 1808-9, indadiDf tiis bftttleof Conmnft, when he eomtttiided tiM piqtMto of kk bfindA. 
peAtSon to Wilcheren and siege of Flashing in 1809. Serred also in the Peninrol* from 
1811 to 1814, ttod commanded the 3rd Portuguese Regt at the battle of Vittoria. as also al tha 
siege and assault of Ssn Sebastian— sererely wonaded in the thigh at the assault, the ball still 
f emainiog. He has received the gold Medal and one Clasp fot Vittoria and St. Sebastian^ and 
he silver War Medal with one Cla^p for Corunna. 

71 Colonel Qasooigne served in the Peninsula from July 1813 to May 1814, including the 
passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Bayonae. 
BervM afterwards in the American war, and was present at the battle of Bladensbarg and oap« 
tore of Washington, where he was severely wounded. He has received the War Medal with 
three clasps for San Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive. 

72 Colonel Lovell served at the taking of Monte Video under Sir Sam. Auchmuty in 1807, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battles of Talavera, the Coa, Bnsaco, Fuentes 
d'Onor (woiinded), Salamaoca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nlve, Orthes, and Toulouse ; actions or 
skirmishes near Talavera, Sezmiro, Val de U Mula, L% Meares, Fretxeda, Guarda, Coimbra, 
Valle, Venda de Sierra. Pombil, Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, Coa, Galligos, Xave d'Aver, 
Espiga, near Fuentes d*Onor, LWrans, near Sdamanca, St. Chriatoval, Rueda, CMtrillos, Fon- 
eastin, Matylla, at Burgos, Osma, Huarte, Pampeluna, Vale de Bastan, Pass of Maya, Lbiea of 
Ainho, Cambo Hasparren, Helite, Garris, Sauveterro, St Qladie, Buelho. Garliu, San Roman — 
total, ten general actions, forty minor actions or skirmishes, b 'tides attending seven sieges ; and 
was at the siege of Oporto, being one of the Military Reporters under Lord William Russell. 
He has received the War Medal wiih eleven Cla«ps for Basaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Bsdajoi, Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

73 Colr>nel Army tage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards from Maroh 
to July 1814. 

74 Colonel Clerke served with the old 94th at the defence of Cadii, and also uHVl the retreat 
from Baotarem was closed at Fuentes d*Oaor, having been present in the actions of Redinha, 
Condeiza, Foi d*Arouee, and SsbugaL Joined the 77th (also in the Peninsula) on promotion, 
and served with it in the action of £1 Bodon. sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrlgo and Badajot» 
including the storming of Fort Picnrina. Severely wounded in the leg at the stormbg of the 
castle of Bsdajos. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

75 Colonel Wallace served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

76 Sir James Schoedde served (he Bgyptlan campaign of 1801. Served also in the 
Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, including the uittles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, 
Busaoo, Fuentes d^Onor, sieves of Ciadad Rodriffo and Badajos, battles of Sslamanoa, Vittoria, 
Pyrenees, NiveUe, Kive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides numerous minor actions and skirmishes. 
He has received a gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campidgn i the gold 
Medal for NiveUe ; and the silver War Medal with fourteen Clasps lor the other battles and 
sieges, and for Egypt. Commanded a brigade in China (Medal) at the attack and capture 
of Chapoo, Woosune, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo. 

76 1 Colonel Reed served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 
In 1846 he commanded a Brigade of the Army of the Sutlfj and waa wounded and bad a horse 
killed under him at the battle of Feroaeshah (Medal). 

77 Colonel Clarke Kennedy served in the Peninsula from Sept 1809 to Sept 1813, inolnding 
the battles of Fuentes d'Onor and Vittoria, (for which he has received the War Modal with two 
Clasps), betides various affairs of outposts i received two wounds at Waterloo. While leading 
his tquadron in a successful charee against the Count D*&rlon's corps at Waterloo, perceiving 
sn Eagle to the left, he changed tne £reotion of his squadron, and ran the officer through the 
body who carried it The Esgle belonged to the 105th French Regiment of Infantry, and is 
tow df posited at Chelsea Hospital. 

78 Colonel Bruke accompiniod the 52nd on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807$ and the 
following }ear on that to Portugal, and was present at the battle of Vimiera, the advance into 
iSpain and retreat under Sir John Moore. In 1809 he served on the Walcheren expedition. In 
1811 he joined the Light Division on the retreat of Maiscna from the lines of Lisbon, and served 
in Spain till the eod of the war. In 1812 he Joined Sir Henry Clinton, as Aide-de-camp, at the 
alegc of Burgos, where he wai shot through the longs; was afterwards present at the battle oif 
Orthes. He »ervoi with the Army of Oocupation in France from 1815 to 1818 as AidC'de-camp 
t ) Sir Henry Clinton. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Salamanca, 
Nive, and Orthes. 

79 Colonel Cialgie served with the 2nd Battalion 52nd light Infantry the campaign of 
1813-14 in Holland under Lord Lynedocb, incladiog both attacks on the fortified village of 
Merjiem — ^in the latter of which he led the advance party of Blajor Oen. Sir Herbert Taylor's 
Biigade. In May 1841 he embarked at Calcutta in command of the 55th Regiment for China 
(Modal) and served with the Espeditlooary Force under Lord Qough till the end of the War, 
and wa» senior Field Officer serving with the force in the field and consequently aeeood in 
command from the period of ita sailing ttom Hons Kong in Anguat and during the whole of 
the active operations which took place during the following five months. He oommandled a 
Brigade or CoIubh of ftttaokaltho tiaaiillvidcaptvreoftmfortlftedoitieaof AoMy, Chuan 



tFar Services of the Colonels^ 49 

(2nd captnre)^^)]! which occuion it happened that the whole of the engagement derolved 
upon his Brigade— and Ghfaihae. Snbeeqaently, when the Head Qaartere (3 the foroe pro- 
oeeded to the Yeang-txe-Eeang, he wae appointed hv Lord Gongh to the responsible com- 
mand of the Island of Ghusan, which he held for eight months nntil the return of the Force 
after the treaty of peace had l>een signed at Nankin. For his condnot on the above occasions 
(as stated in iSord Qongh's despatches) he was promoted to the rank of Colonel and appointed 
an Aide-de-Camp to the Qaeen and a Companion of the Bath. 

80 Colonel Morris 8er?ed in the American war with the 49 th, and was present at the yarious 
operations at Fort Qeorge, and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Flattsbnrg. Accompanied the 
regiment on the China expedition (Medal), and commanded a brigade at the storming and capture 
of the heights above Canton, for which service he was made a C.B, Commanded a brigade at the 
attack and capture of the city of Amoy, and at the second capture of Chusan^ Commanded 
the centre column of attack at the capture of the heights of Chinhae. Commanded the force at 
Ningpo, and repulsed the enemy with great slaughter in their attack on that city. Commanded 
a brigade at the attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan, 
at the attack and capture of the city of Chapoo, and at the attack and capture of the enemy's 
position at Woosung. 

81 Colonel Boldero served with the Grenadier Guards at Cadiz in 1810 and 11; in the 
Peninsula in 1812 and 13; in Holland in 1814; and the campaign of 1815, in which he served 
as Adjutant at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo^ and at the taking of Peronne. He hat 
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

82 Colonel Pennefather commanded the Infantry Brigade at the battle of Meeanee (Medal), 
and was shot through the body: he was also at the destruction of the Fort of Imautnghur. 

83 Colonel Mountain served as Depnty-Adjutant-General (and head of the department with 
the force) throughout the war in China (medal), and was present at the first capture of Chnsan| 
storming of the heights and forts above Canton, action of the 30th May, taking of Amoy, 2nd 
capture of Chusan, storming of the fortified heights of Chinhae, taking of Ningpo, and sortie 
at the repulse of the night attack, action of Tscke, capture of Chapoo (three severe wonnds)| 
assault and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and investment of Nanking. In the campaign of 
1848-9, he commanded, as brigadier, the 4th Brigade of the Army of the Punjaubatthe passage 
of the Chenab, and in the battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat ; and as Brigadier-General^ 
the Bengal Infantry Division of Sir Walter Gilbert's force, at the passsge of th« Jhelum. 

8^f Sir Ord Honyman served with the Grenadier Guards the campaign of 1814 in Holland, 
and was present at the Bombardment of Antwerp and Storming of Bergen- op-Zoom, where he 
commanded the leading sub-division of the storming party of the Grenadier Guards. 

84 Colonel Brock served in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Infantry from Aug. to Nov. 
1808, June to Dec. 1811, and from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the 
battles of Yimiera and Yittoria, action at Yera, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle 
and the Nive, actions at Arcangues and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and various skirmishes and 
affairs of outposts. Also in the attack on New Orleans; and afterwards at the capture of Paris. 
Served in the Coorg campaign in India; where a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a con* 
spicuous and distinniished part. Severely wounded at the battle of Yimiera by a musket* shot, 
which paased completely through the ankle-bone, which it shattered most severely. He has 
received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

85 Colonel Bell joined the Royal FusHiers in the Peninsula in 1811 and served there until the 
end of the war, and was prctent at the actions of Fuentes Gninaldo and Aldea de Ponta, advance 
on Salamanca, affairs of St Christoval and Rueda, battle of Salamanca, advance to and retreat 
from Madrid, advance from Portugal, battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the Nive. In 1814 
embarked with the Royal Fusiliers to join the force before New Orleans, and present at the 
assault Joined the army at Paris and remained until its withdrawal. He has received the War 
Medal with four Clasps. 

86 Coli-^nel Reed served at the siege of Flushing in 1809; and in the Peninsnla from June 
1811 to March 1814, including the actions at, and heights above, Moresco, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Returo, action at Olmas, and battle of Yittoria, where he was se- 
verely wounded in the right shoulder. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

87 Colonel James Jones served with the 22nd Light Dragoons in the East Indies, in 1802, 8, 
and 4. and in the Peninsula with the 87th regt and on the staff from 1809 to 1814, and was 
wounded atTalavera. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Talavera and Barrosa. 

88 Colonel Bristow served in the Walcheren expedition in 1809 as a Captain in the 2nd 
Battalion 11th Regt and was present at the liege of Flushing. He was in Garrison at Gibraltar 
in 1811 when the Spanish army of General Ballasteros took refuge under the suns of that For- 
tress. In Oct. and Nov. of the same year he was in Cadis, part of the period during which the 
place was blockaded by the French. In Dec. he joined the army in Portugal and was imme- 
diately placed on the Qaarter-Master-Gkneral's Staff, on which he continued to the end of the 
war; tmd attached to Head Quarters the 7th or the 1st Division, was present at most 
of the operations carried on in the North of Spain under the Duke of Wellington. He has re- 
ceived the War Medal with three Clasps for the battles of Balamanoa» Vittoria» and the Fyreneet. 
In 1823 he waa at Cadia during its bombardment by the French fleet 



48 War Servica of the Coloftets. 

fiptin lb 1 808-9, indodlns tiiB bttUt of Coratrnt, when he o<miMti^^ 

mpeditSon to Wilcheren and skge of Flashing in 1609. Serr^d abo in the Peninrol* from 
1811 to 1814, and oommanded the 3rd Portagnese Rogt at the battle of Yittoria, as alao al the 
•lege and aisault of San Sebastian-^eererelv wounded in the thigh at the auanlt, the ball ttill 
Remaining. He hat received the gold Medal and one Clasp for Yittoria and St* Sebaatiani and 
he lilTcr War Medal with one Cla^p for Cornnna. 

71 Colonel Gasooigne served in the Peninsula from July 1813 to May 18U, including the 
passaee of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Bayonne. 
ServM afterwards in the American war, and was present at the battle of Bladensburg and oap- 
tore of Washington, where he was severely wounded. He has received the War Medal with 
three clasps for San Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive. 

72 Colonel Lovell served at the taking of Monte Yideo under Sir Sam. Auchmuty in 1807, 
and subsequently in the Peninsuls, including the battles of Tulavera, the Coa, Bosaoo, Fuentes 
d'Onor (wounded), Salamanca, Yittoria, the Pyrenees, Nlve, Orthes, and Toulonse ; actions or 
akirmishea near Talavera, Scfzmirn, Yal de U Mala, Li Meares, Freixeda, Guarda, Coimbra, 
Yalle, Yenda de Sierra. Pomb^l, Rsdinba, Miranda de Corvo, Coa, Galliros, Nave d'Aver, 
^*plgA, near Fuentes d*Ottor, Llor«>na, near Silamanoa, St. Chriitoval, Rueda, CastriUos, Fon- 
castln, Matylla« at Burgos, Odma, Haarte, Pampelnna, Yale de Bastan, Pass of Maya, Llnea of 
Ainho, Cambo Hasparren, Helite, Garris, Sauveterre, St QIadie, Buelho, Garliu, San Roman-» 
total, ten general actions, forty minor actions or skirmishes, b 'tides attending seven sieges ; and 
was at the siege of Oporto, being one of the Military Reporters under Lord William Russell. 
He has received the War Med&l with eleven Cla«ps for Biisaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Bsdi^oi, Sala- 
manea, Yittoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Toulonse. 

73 Colr>nel Army tage served in the toath of Fhuice with the CoMstream Qaards from Matoh 
to Jaly 1814. 

74 Colonel Cleike served with the old 94th at the defence of Cadii, and also nntil the retreat 
from Bantarem was doted at Fuentes d*Oaor, having been present in the actions of Redinha, 
Condelza, Foi d*Arouce, and SibogaL Joined the 77th (also in the Peninsula) on promotion » 
and served with it in the action of £1 Bodon. sieges and assaults of Cindad Rodrigo and Badajoi» 
including the storming of Fort Picnrina. Severely wounded in the leg at the storming of the 
castle of BsdajoE. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

75 Colonel TTallace served the campaign of 1815, and was prefcnt at the battle of Waterloo. 

76 Sir James Sohoedde served the Sgypcian campaign of 1801. Served also in the 
Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war. including the uittles of Roleia, Yimiera, Talavera, 
Busaoo, Fuentes d*Onor, sieees of Ciodad Rodrigo and Badajos, battles of Sslamanoa, Yittoria, 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Oruies, and Toulouse, betides numerous minor actions and skirmbhee. 
He has received a gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian oampaign i the gold 
Medal for Nivelle ; and tlie silver War Medal with fourteen Clasps for the other battles and 
sieges, and for Egypt. Commanded a brigade in China (Medal) at the attack and capture 
of Chapoo, Woosnne, Shanghai, and Chin Ktssg Foo. 

76 1 Colonel Reed served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 
In 1846 he commanded a Brigade of the Army of the SatleJ and waa wounded and had a horte 
lulled under him at the battle of Feroaeshah (Medal). 

77 O>lonel Clarke Kennedy served in the Peniniula firom Sept 1809 to Sept 1813, inelnding 
the battlet of Fuentet d'Onor and Yittoria, (for which he has received the War Medal with two 
Clatpt), betides various affairs of ontpottsi received two wounds at Waterloo. While leading 
his tquadron in a suocessful charge against the Count D*ErIon*s corps at Waterloo, perceiving 
sn Esgle to the left, he changed the direction of his squadron, and ran the officer through the 
body who carried it The Etgle belonged to the 105th French Regiment of Infantry, and is 
tow deposited at Chelsea Hospital. 

78 Colonel Broke accompanied the 52nd on the expedition to Cofenhagen in 18n7( and (lie 
following }ear on that to Portugal, and was pretent at the battle of Vimicra, the advance into 
(^pain and retreat under Sir John Moore. In 1809 he served on the Walchcren espediiion. In 
1811 he joined the Light Division on the retreat of Ma«tena from the lines of Lisbon, and served 
in Spain till the end of the war. In 1812 he Joined Sir Henry Clinton, as Aide-de-camp, at the 
siege of Burgos, where he was thot through the lungs i waa afterwards present at the battle of 
Orthes. He served with the Army of Occupation in France from 1815 to 1818 as Aide-de-camp 
t ) Sir Henry Clinton. He has received the war Medal with Ibnr CiMps for Timiera, Salamanca, 
Nive, and Orthet. 

79 Colonel Cialgie served with the 3nd Battalion 5Snd Light Infantry the oampaign of 
1813-14 in Holland under Lord Lynedoch, including both attacks on the fortified village of 
Merzeoi — In the latter of which he led the advance party of Blajor Oen. Sir Herbert Taylor's 
Biigade. In May 1841 he embarked at Calcutta in command of the 55th Regiment for China 
(Modal) and serveid with the Expeditionary Force under Lord Qough till the end of the War, 
and wa» senior Field Officer serving with the force in the field and consequently aeeood In 
command from the period of ita nuling from Hong Koojg in Angust and during the whole of 
the active operations whleh took place duing the following five months. He oomotaiided m 
Brigade or ColoBa off sttaok tt the uaaiilt tad captm of dm fortlfted eitif a of Aaoy, Ch«a«n 



IFar Services of the Colonels. 49 

(2iid cftptnre)^!! which occaaion it hsppened that the whole of the engagement deTolyed 
upon hit Brigade— and Chhihae. BubaeqaenUy, when the Head Qaarten of the foroe pro- 
ceeded to the Yeang-tsa-Keang, he waa appointed bv Lord Gongh to the reiponaible com- 
mand of the liland of Ohusan, which he held for eight months until the retam of the Force 
after the treaty of peace had been signed at Nankin. For hia conduct on the above occasions 
(as stated in Lord Oough*s despatches) he was promoted to the rank of Colonel and appointed 
an Aide-de-Camp to the Qaeen and a Companion of the Bath. 

80 Colonel Morris served in the American war with the 49 th, and was present at the various 
operations at Fort Georgei and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Flattsburg. Accompanied the 
regimrat on the China expedition (Medal), and commanded a brigade at the storming an<1 capture 
of the heights above Canton, for which service he was made a C.S, Commanded a brigade at the 
attack and capture of the city of Amoy, and at the second capture of Chusan. Commanded 
the centre column of attack at the capture of the heights of Chinhao. Commanded the force al 
Ningpo, and repulsed the enemy with great slaughter in their attack on that city. Commanded 
a brigade at the attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan, 
at the attack and capture of the city of Chapoo, and at the attack and capture of the enemy's 
position at Wonsung. 

81 Colonel Boldero served with the Grenadier Guards at Cadiz in 1810 and 11; in the 
Peninsula in 1812 and 13; in Holland in 1814; and Uie campaign of 1815, in which he served 
as Adjutant at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterlooi and at the taking of Feronne^ He has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

82 Colonel Pdnnefather commanded the Infantry Brigade at the battle of Meeanee (Medal), 
and was shot through the bodv: he was also at the destruction of the Fort of Imaumghur. 

83 Colonel Mountain served as Deputy- Adjutant- General (and head of the department with 
the force) throughout the war in China (medal), and was present at the first capture of Chosan, 
atorming of the heights and forts above Canton, action of the SOth May, taking of Amoy, 2nd 
capture of Chusan, storming of the fortified heights of Chinhae, taking of Ningpo, and sortie 
at the repulse of the night attack, action of Tscke, capture of Chapoo (three severe wounds)^ 
assault and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and investment of Nankins. In the campaign of 
1848-9, he commanded, as brlg^adier, the 4th Brigade of the Army of the Pnnjaubatthe passage 
of the Chenab, and in the battles of Chiliian wallah and Goojerat ; and as Brigadier- General^ 
the Bengal Infantry Division of Sir Walter Gilbert's force, at the passage of thn Jhelam. 

83t Sir Ord Honyman served with the Grenadier Guards the campaign of 1814 in Holland, 
and was present at the Bombardment of Antwerp and Storming of Bergen op-Zoom, where he 
commanded the leading sub-division of the storming party of the Grenadier Guards. 

84 Colonel Brodc served in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Infantry from Aug. to Nov. 
1808, June to Dec. 1811, and from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the 
battles of Vimiera and Yittoria, action at Vera, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle 
and the Nive, actions at Arcangues and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and various skirmishes and 
afiairs of outposts. Also in the attack on New Orleans; and afterwards at the capture of Paris. 
Served in the C^rg campaign in India; where a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a oon- 
spicuons and distinguished part Severelv wounded at the battle of Vimiera by a musket- shot, 
which passed oom^etely through the ankle-bone, which it shattered most severely. He has 
received the War Medal with six CIi^s. 

85 Colonel Bdl joined the Royal Fusiliers in the Peninsula in 1811 and served there until the 
end of the war, andf was present at the actions of Fnentes Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, advance 
on Salamanca, affairs of St Christoval and Rueda, battle of Salamanca, advance to and retreat 
from Madrid, advance i^om Portugal, battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the Nive. In 1814 
embarked with the Royal Fasiliers to join the force before New Orleans, and present at the 
assault Joined the army at Paris and remained until its withdrawal. He has received the War 
Medal with four Clasps. 

86 Colmel Reed served at the siege of Flushing in 1809; and in the Peninsula from Jane 
1811 to March 1814, including the actions at, and heights above, Moresco, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, action at Olmas, and battle of Yittoria, where he was se- 
verely wounded in the right shoulder. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

87 Colonel James Jones served with the 22nd Light Dragoons in the Fast Indies, in 1802, 8, 
and 4. and in the Peninsula with the 87th regt. and on the staff from 1809 to 1814, and waa 
wounded at Talavera. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Talavera and Barrosa. 

88 Colonel Bristow served in the Walchcren expedition in 1809 as a Captain in the 2nd 
Battalion llth Regt and was present at the siege of Flushing. He was in Garrison at Gibraltar 
in 1811 when the Spanish army of General Ballasteros took refuge under the runs of that For- 
tress. In Oct and Nov. of the same year he was in Cadis, part of the period during which the 
place was blodiaded by the French, in Dec. ho joined the army in Portugal and was imme. 
diately placed on the Qaarter-Master-General*s Staff, on whicli he continued to the end of the 
war; and attached to Head Quarters the 7th or the 1st Dirision, was present at most 
of tlie operations carried on in the North of Spain under the Dake of Wellington. He has re- 
ceived the War Medal with three Clasps for the battles of Balamanoa» Yittoria, and the Fyreneet. 
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War Services of the LietUenant-ColoneU, 

1 Lieat -Colonel West flerved in Holland from Not. 1704 to May 1706, and waa present when 
the French attacked the Brittoh after cro8«ing the Waal, and the different affitira in which hia 
regiment (the 3rd Guards) waa engaged ; also the campaign of 1709 in Holland, including tlte 
action at the landing, and those of the 27th Aug., 10th and 10th Sept, and 2nd of Oct. Served 
the Egyptian campSgn of 1801, and was employed in all the aflfhirs ftfter the landing, up to the 
surrender of Alexandria. Proceeded with the expedition to Hanoyer in 1805 ; to Zealand in 1 807, 
and was present at the siege and surrender of Copenhagen. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1806^ 
and was present at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, action at Salamonde, battk 
of Talavera, and yarious minor affairs. Receiyed a bayonet wound in the thigh in a skirmish, on 
the 2nd October 1790, and in a subsequent affkir he was twice seyerely wounded, — on the left 
shoalder joint by a sabre cut, and on the right side by slug-shots. He has receiyed the War 
Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and Talayera. 

2 Lieac -Colonel Henry Le Blanc Joined the 71st Begiment in India in 1792, and was at the 
capture ol Pondicherry the following year. In 1798 returned to Sorope with the regimenr. 
In 1805 embarked at Cork with Sir Dayid Baird*s expedition, and was present at the capture 
of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806, where he reoeiyed a contoston firom a rifle-ball. The aame 
year aooompanied his reeiment to South America, and waa at the capture of Boenoa Ayrea, 
under General Beresfora, whefe he lost a leg by a cannon-shot : he waa then Major 7 1 at 
Regt , and on his return to Eogland waa promoted, 5 Feb. 1807, to Lieut-Colonel, and ap- 
pointed to the 5th Veterans, which Corps he commanded till the Bedactlon in 1814 ; was then 
appointed Maior Royal Hospital Chelsea, where he ii now doing duty, haying neyer be«n on 
half-pay, nor joined a second battalion. 

3 Lieut-Colonel Milnes commanded a detachment of the 10th, doing marine duty on board 
H. M. 8. /#u in the North Sea, in 1795. Accompanied the expedition from India to Egypt under 
Sir Dayid Bafrd, in 1801. Employed with a detachment in Ceylon during the war with Kandy. 
Seryed with the 76th at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, and was engaged on three different assaults 
upon that fortress. Accompanied the 65th on the expedition to the Persian Gulf In 1800; com- 
manded the light diyision at the landing and attack on Ras-el-Kbyma ; commanded the storming 
party at the capture of Fort Schenan. Commanded the 65th at the capture of the Isle of Franoe 
in 1810 ; also, on seryice in Kattywar in 1812, and was employed against Nownugghur. Cum- 
maoded a brigade in Guzerat in 1814 and part of 1816; in Kattywar and Cutch in 1816 and 16; 
and in the Deccan war in 1817 and 18, commanded a division of the army against the Pciahwa, 
near Poena, 16th Noy. 1817, crossed the riyer Moota Moola in the eyening of that day, the pro- 
gress of his division being obstinately oppoaed, but without eflbct, by the united force of Hi« 
Highness's artilloy, cayalry, and in&ntry, after which the enemy retired, leaying a great part of 
his camp standing, and considerable quantities of ammunition in the field. He has receiyed the 
Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt. 

4 Lieut.-Colonel Cooke served In the Peninsula with the 1st Guards and was preaent at the 
battles of Corunna, Niyelle, and Niye, and at the assault and capture of St. Sebastian, on which 
occasion he commanded a detachment of Guards, fie served also the campaign of 1816 and wa^ 
severely wounded at Waterloo. He has receiyed the Gold Medal for St. Sebastian ; and the Silver 
War Medal with three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nivc. 

6 Lieut.-Colonel Mansel served with the 5drd in the attack at More Chabot and the siege of 
Mome Fortun^e in St. Luda in 1796; the whole of the Carib War in St. Vincent ; at the reduc- 
tion of Trinidad ; and at the siege of Moro Castle in the Island of Porto Rico in 1707. Returned 
from India in the spring of 1811, and joined the 2nd battalion of the 63rd in the Peninsula; 
commanded the light companies of the 6th division throughout the campaigns of 1811 and 12, 
including the skirmish with the enemy's cavalry near Carpio, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, B tdiyos, 
and the Forts at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca (horse shot under him ', and siege of Burgos. 
Commanded a Provisional Battalion, consisting of four companies of the Queen's, and a like 
number of the 63rd, at the battle of Toulouse. He has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp 
for Salamanca and Toulouse. 

6 I ieut.-Colonel Halkett seryed viith the Snd Light Infantry Battalion of the King's German 
legion on the expedition to the North of Gennany in 1806-6. Landed on the Island of Rugcn 
in July 1807 ; was employed at the siege of Stralwud, and in August re-embarked at Rngen Ibr 
CopeiUiagen, where the battalion formed part of the besieging corps. In April 1808 embarked 
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 Galllda. Accompanied the 
expedition to Walcheren, and waa preaent at the aiege of Flushing. In Jan. 181 1 embarked for 
Portugal ; commanded the battalion at the battle of Albuhera, and was at the aiege of Badijoa in 
181 1 ; commanded the battalion during the campaign of 1812, including the aie^ of the forts at 
Salamanca, action of the heights of Moreaco, battle of Salamanca, and retreat fi*um Bnxgoa when 
the light Brigade K. O. L. rarmed the rear-guard with the cayalry, and repulsed the repeated 
ehaigea of the enemy's cayalry. In April 1813 embaAed for the North of Germanv, and waa 
employed fai orgaaiihig the Hanoywian troops; commandtfd a brigade of the aame in Coant Wal* 



War Services of the Lieutenant" Colonels. 71 

moden'B army, and was engaged at the battle of Goerde, as also on seyeral other occaaions. In 
Jan. 1814 commanded the centre of the corps which besieged and captured Gluckstadt. Com- 
manded tiie right of the corps which was employed at the blockade of Harburg. Served also the 
campaign of 181 5^ and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has receiT^ the Gold Medul 
and one Clasp for the battles of Albuhera and Salamanca. 

7 Lieut-Colonel Hunt accompanied the 52nd to the Ferrol, in 1 800, 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 served throughout that uduous campaign until 
the embarkation of the troops at Coranna. Served with the 8nd battalion during the Walcheren 
campaign. In Jan. 1811 embarked with the regt. for the Peninsula, and was present in the pur- 
suit of Massena, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and all the various afl^rs in which 
the light division was engaged in that campaign ; during the last three months of which, and at 
the affair near Alfkyates, he commanded the 2nd battalion. Commanded the 1st battalion at the 
siege and assault of Badtgoz, on which occasion the command of the second brigade of the light 
division devolved on him : for his conduct on this day he was promoted to the brevet rank of 
Lieut.-Colonel. Commanded the same brigade when the army went to repel Marshal Marmont 
iirom his predatory incursion into Portugal. Commanded the first battalion of the 52nd through- 
out the campaign of 1812, including the battle of Salamanca and action of San Munos. Served 
with the light division during the operations of Marshal Soult to relieve Pampeluna. On the Slst 
Aug. 1813, commanded the volunteers of the light division at the assault of San Sebastian, and 
was twice severely wounded : for his conduct on this occasion he was promoted to an effective 
Lieut-Colonelcy in the 6Uth. He has received the Gold Medal and three Clasps for Badajoz, 
Salamanca, and St. Sebastian ; and the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Fuentes d'Onor and 
Pyrenees. 

9 Lieat.-Colonel Harrison served with the 5th in Corsica in 1795, and was present in several 
skirmishee near Adjaccio. Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th and 21st 
March. Capture of Copenhagen in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia, 
Vimiera, and Corunna. At the capture of Walcheren in 1809. Served aftervcatds in the Penin- 
snla, and was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming of Fort Napoleon near Almaraz, — 
commanded the right wing of the regt. while escalading the above fort, for which he obtamcd the 
brevet rank of Lieut. -Colonel. Present at the affair with the enemy at Alba de Tormes on the 
retreat of the army ftom Madrid ; commanded the res^ at the repulse of an attack at Bejar, 
present at the battle of Vittoria ; commanded tne regt. in the actions in the Pyrenees on the 26tb^ 
27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st July 1813; also at the battle of St. Pien-e near Bayonne, action 
at Aire, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. He has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps for 
Pyrenees, Nive, and Orthes. 

10 Lieut-Colonel Cother covered the landing of the force under Sir David Baird at the Cape 
of Good Hope in 1806 ; was present in the general action at Blue Berg, and in all the operations 
that took place until the surrender of the colony. Was afterwards embarked on board the squadron 
under Sir Hope Popham, doing duty as Marines, during which period the French frigate La Vo- 
luntaire of 38 guns was taken. Covered the advance of the force under General Beresford at the 
reduction on the river Plate, and was engaged in every affair which took place at and in the vicinity 
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 180S, 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 his regt. (the 71st) on the retreat to Corunna 
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. 
Commanded one of the storming parties when tlie forts at Almaraz on the Tagus were taken, for 
which he obtained the brevet of Lieut.-Colonel. Commanded the 71st at the battle of Vittoria, 
on which occasion he received three musket-balls through his clothes, one in the saddle, and yv&s 
also wounded by another. He also served eleven years in Ceylon, and commanded in the Eastern 
Provinces in the Kandian country during the rebellion in 1818. He has received the Gold Medal 
for Vittoria; and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. 

11 Sir Julius Hartmann served with the Hanoverian artillery in the Netherlands in 179£l and 
94, and was present at the battle of Famars, siege of Valenciennes, battles of Frixi>oede and 
Hondscote, defence of and sortie from Menin, on which occasion he was made a prisoner. Com- 
manded a troop of horse artillery of the King's German Legion on the expedition to the Continent 
in 1805, under Lord Cat heart. 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 
the taking of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, action of Campo Mayor, and taking of 
OUven^a. Commanded artillery of the allied army at the battle of Albuhera and at the affair o** 
Arroyo de Molino. Present at the sieges of Badajoz and at the forts of Salamanca. Commanded 
the artniery of the 4th and 5th divisions at the battle of Salamanca. Present at the takmg of the 
Betiro at Madrid ; commanded the reserve of artillery at the battle of Vittoria; and the aidvance 
to San Sebastian; conmianded the artillery of the left attack at the siege of that fortress ; and the 
artfllery of the left column at the passage of the Bidassoa, the Nivelle, the Nive, and the Adour, 
and also before Bayonne. Sir Julius has received the Gold Cross and two Clasps for Talavera, 



72 " War Strvicu of the LUuienant-'CoUmiU. 

Albuhen, Salamanca, Yifctoria, St SebMtiaQ, and NWe; and the SUver War Medal with throe 
Claspa Ibr Botaoo, Badi^oz, and Nlyelle, 

12 Lieut-Colonel Brown serred in Holland in 1794, and waa taken prisonor at the tnrrender gf 
Qrave. Served alterwards in the West Indies with the 60th from the oommeneement 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 Peninsula in 1810, and was attached to the Porta- 
guese service : present at tfie battle of Buaaco and attack on the forts of Salamanca ; oommaadsd 
the 9th Cacadoies at the battle of Sahunanca, siege of Burgos (from 19th 8«>t- to 21st Oct.), 
blockade or Pampeluna, actions in the F^nees near Pampeluna from 28th to 90th July ; actiou 
near Ordaz on the Slat Aug. and 7tb Oct., battles of the NiYelle and NIto, and action near Ba- 
yonne on the 13th Dec. During the above service he was three times wounded. He haa received 
the Gold Cross for Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

19 Sir Richard Church served at the Ferrol in 1800 ; the Egyptian campaign of 1801, iaeludiag 
the actions of the 8tb, ISth, and 2Ut March, and taking of Alexandria. Served afterwards in 
Naples, 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 Id 
the Ionian isles, and at the taking of Zante and Cephalonia. Severely wounded in an attack en 
Stellanra,— left arm shattered by a musket-shot. Sir Richard has received the War Medal with 
one Clasp for Maida. 

14 -Lieut.-Colonel Plenderleatb served with the 49th on the expedition to the Baltic, and wu 
present at the battle of Copenhagen on the 2nd 4pril 1801. Served afterwards in the American 
war, and commanded the regiment in the actions of Stoney Creek and Chrystler's Farm, as weQ as 
in affairs of less importance. He was severely wounded at Stoney Creek ', and he has recehred the 
Gold Medal for Chrystler's Farm. 

16 Licut.-CoIonel Hawkins served in the Peninsula with the 68th, and has reoeived tha Gold 
Medal and two Clasps for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle* having conuuuidcd 
the regiment in those battles. 

16 Lleut.-Colonel Macdonell served in the Amersoan war, and has received the Gold Medal imt 
the action at Chateauguay, 

17 Lieut. -Colonel Muttlebury Joined the 66th, then encamped beAire Nimeguen, and served the 
severe winter campaign of 1794-6 in Holland. In Admiral Christian's fleet during the dreadful 
gales wh'cb proved fiital to so large a proportion of ships ; after which he was present at the taking 
of St. Lucia, where he was employed eleven months against the Brigands, during which parted 
the 66th lost 26 officers and upwards of 600 men. Served with the reserve of tha army under 
Sir Ralph Abercromby at the Uelder ha 1799. In Xovcmbcr 1813 embarked with |he Snd bat- 
talion <i the 09th for Holland, and was present at the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp 
and the storming of Bergen*op-Zooro, — for his conduct at the latter, although made prisonar, he 
was honoured with the brevet rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Served also the campaign of 1816, 
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo,~early on the latter day he suooeedsd to the 
command of the regiment. 

18 LIeut.-ColoneI Wilkins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798; and was voimded 
at New Roes. Landed with the ibrce that occupied Madeira in 1801. From thonoe procaeded to 
the West Indies, where he was employed on the Staff. In 1809 joined the 96th, now the Rifle 
Brigade, and embarked with the corps on the Scheldt expedition. In 1810 conmianded a detach- 
ramt of the regiment in the defence of Cadiz, and a battalion in 1812 at the battle of Salamanca. 
Accompunied the army to Madrid, and aided in covering the reU«at into Portugal. la 1813 
advanced with the army to within range of the guns of Burgos, when tha enemy abandoaad the 
fortress. Wes present at the battle of Vittoria, and in several minor affiiirs In Iblhmiog the 
retreating army to Pampeluna and San Sebastian. Volunteered his ser?icesaithe storming of the 
latter, but the honour being aubsequeutly claimed by a senior officer, he resumed the command of 
the 2ud battalion, and was sharply engaged with the enemy at the Bridge of Vera. Served in the 
campaign of 1816, including the advance on the 16tli June, retreat on the 17th, and was in th<> 
command of the berore-named bttulion on the field of Waterloo, when, by a discharge of grape- 
shot from the enemy's artillery, both himself and horse were felled to the ground. In 1917 lie 
Joined the Army of Occupation in France, but from the serious effbcts of his wound was compelled 
to return to England. He has received the Gold Medal lor Salamanca, and the Silver War Medal 
with two Clasps for Vittoria and the Pyrenees. 

19 Ueut-Colonel Miller served thn eampaign of 1816 with the 6th Dragoans, and wsa severely 
wounded at Waterloo. 

20 Sir Henry Pynn served in Ii^land with the South Devon MilitSa during the Rebeni«ia« ta 
1798. Embarked with Sir Brent Spencer's Division in 1807, and was employed with the 6Sad in 
Sicily i subsequently disembarked at the Mondego in 1808, and waa prasent at the battles oi 
Roleia and Vlmiera, Attached to the Portugaesa troops on the 16th Nov. 1800, and waa prsasat 
at the bettla of Busaco. Commanded a oorpa of Light ln£uitry at the battle aif Fuantas d'Oaar 
and siege of Bad^oa In 1811 ; commanded the 18th Portuguese Regiment in Lord Hill's aoffs 
d*arm6e covering tha siage of Badi^oa and stonning of tha citadel In 1812 ; battle of Vittoria. 
acdon at the Ps« of Maya: battles of tha Pyranaea on the 28th and aoth July tevesaly wuvadiadX 
action of Garria, battle of OfthcL action of Ahre^ and battle of Tottloose. Sir Hcanr has laoihrai 
the Gold Medal and two Claspa lor F^Mntaa d'Onor, Pyrenees, and Orthes; and tha Silver Wat 



Wor Servicis qfihe Liitf^eJuiii^CoAmfli. 73 

Vad«l wifb five Ckqw Ibr Hol«ia, YUnlem, Bvmco. Vlttori% and TouUmtt. After the termiiia- 
tioii of tbc PenUtiolar Wv he omtiiiiied with Manhfti Lord Beredord in the Portuguese aerrioc 
to in«faitalii the orgtnUation of theft vmy; wee promoted « Brigadier^Oeaeraly and appointed 
lieuL-OoTemor of the town and Ibrtreea ca VaienaB } and finally promoted to Mijor-Qeneral in 
that army. 

21 laent-Colonel Leedi» after serving with the 70th in the West Indies in 180B, 4, and 6, 
aeeompaaied the Rifle Brigade on the expedition to Copenhagen in IWI, and was prownt at the 
hatUe of Kloge. He serred enhsequently in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of that war in 
18I4» Indnding the battles of Roleia, Yimiera, and Bnaaco, action of the Coa, retreat to the lines 
of ToneB Vedras, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad RodrigOy and Badiyos, battle of 
Salamanca, retreat from Madrid, battle of Vittoriay Tarions actions in the Pyrenees, passage of 
the Bidasfloa and attack on the enemy's ponition at the Pass of Veta, battles of the NiveUei 
battles of the Nive <m the 0th, lOtb, 1 1th, and ISth Dec., action at Tarbes, and battle of TouIoom. 
besides nnmerons aflUrs of van and rear guards and skirmishes. Berved also the campaign of 
1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which last the command of the Ut 
battidion derolyed on bim. Colonel Leaoh has received several contusions, the first at Boleia, the 
ne^ at the Cua, and again by a firagment of a shell at Waterloo. He obtained tlie brevet rank of 
Hi^or for hit conduct at Vittoria, and that of lient.-Colonel and Companionship of the Bath, for 
Waterloo. He haa received the Silver War Medal with twelve Clasps. 

S8 Licot-Colonel Wilson served with the 4th on the expedition to the Holder in 1700, and 
wsa present in the aetions of the Snd and 6th October. Siege of Copenhagen in 1807. Bxpedi* 
tion, flfst to Sweden and afterwards to the Peninsula, under Sir John Moure, including the retreat 
thr<mgh Spain, and battle of C<ffnnna (wounded). Accompanied it to Walcheren in 1800. 
Joined the army at the Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, and was afterwards present in the pursuit 
of Massena, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action at Barba dSi Puerco, storming of 
Badajos (severely wounded). Aide-de-camp to Migor-General Pringle at the battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Betiro, siege of Burgoe and retreat thei'eirom, afiair of Villa Muriel, 
battles of the Niyelle, the Nive, and St. Pierre, Orthes, and St. Palais. Served also the campaign 
of 1816; commanded the 4th at the battle of Waterloo, and was wounded. He hss recelfed tibe 
Gold Medal for Badajos ; and the Silver War Medal with six Clasps for Corunna, Fuentes d'Onor, 
Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

83 Lieut -Colonel the Hon. Dawson Bamer accompanied Lord Cathcart to Bussia as bis Aide- 
de-camp in 1812. Attached to Sir Robert Wilson, and was present with the Russian Army at 
the retreat of the French Cavelry from Moscow. In 1813 present in the Allied Army at the biitles 
of Lntaen, Bautzen, Wurtsen, and Culm. Attached to Count Walmoden, and was present at tiie 
operations before Hamburg and in Holsteln in 1813. In the spring of 1814 entered France with 
the Allied Army, and was employed with the Corps d'Arm^ serving in the Low Countries. In 
the same year appointed A^sistant-Quarter-Master-Gcneral to the army under the orders of tha 
Priaoe of Orange; and in June 1815 was present in the same capacity at the battles of Quatre 
Bras and Watenoo. 

24 Lieot.. Colonel Burer was employed in 1800 with an Austrian Corps d'Arm^e, and fi«quently 
engaged before the enemy, especially at Klo»ter Bberach. In 1801 be Msrved the Egyptian cam- 
paigUi and was engaged on the 17ih and 21st Aug. in driving the enemy into Alexandria. In 1807 
he accon panied Sir Harry Borrard as Aide-de-camp on the expedition to the Baltic, and was 
fireqnently engaged before Copenhagen on outpost duties, and present at its siege and capture. In 
1808 he served in Portugal, and was present with the 7Ut at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera. 
In 1800 he was employed as Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General with the Walcheren expedition, 
and was present at the siege and taking of Fliuhing and Ter Vere. In Msreh 1811 he embarlced 
vrith two compsnies of the 71st for Portugal, and remained with the regiment in the Peninsula 
until Jan. 1813, and was present with the covering division before Badajoz in 1811, and in April 
1818 ; also at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz. He has received Uie War Medal with three Clasps 
for Bgypt^ Roleia, and Vimiera. 

25 lieut.-Colonel the Hon. Robert Moore served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards 
Drom Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. Also the campaign of 1815, and was severely 
wounded at Waterloo. 

26 LieuL-Colonel Purvis served in the Peninsula with the Royal Dragoons, and has received 
the Gold Medal for the battle of Vittoria, and the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Fuentea 
d'Onor and Toulouse. 

27 Lieut-Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of the Royal Artillery, served in the Peninsula, and 
has roeeived the Gold Medal for the battle of Salamanca. 

28 Lieut.-CoIonel Fuller served with the 50th at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope !n 
1806; the Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, 
■iega of Ban Sebastian, and battle of the Kive, where he was wounded in the shoiilder atid 
thigh. Campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray, and capture 
of PnHs« Commanded the regiment at the siege and capture of Bhnrtpore. in 1825*6, under 
Iiovd Comhermerei and waa slighUv wounded in the ann. Ha haa leceivea the Gold Medal 
for Sm Sfibaitiais having oommanded tha r^imani thai* ; and the Silver Ww Madal with 
three Claaps for Ylttoria, Nivelle, and Nive. 



74 War 8erviee$ of the Lieuienant-Cohneb. 

S9 Iieiii-Ck)]onel BeU fared with the 48tfa ftl theblookadeof MAlti,ind sleseorLttYalelte. 
Also in the Peninanla from 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, indadliig te peeeege of the 
Douro, betlle of Albnhera (wonnded), aotione at Aldea de Ponte and Ftaeote Guneldo, iKega of 
Ciodad Rodrigo, lief^e and aeeanlt of Bedajoi (eererely wounded), battlee of Sdaaianoa, tha 
Pyreneee, Kivelle, Orthes, and Tooloiue. He has reoeiTod the Gold Croee for Salamaaea, 
Pmneet, NiTelle, and OrUiea, haying on those oooasione oommanded the reginent ; and tha 
silver War Medal with four CUMpe for Albahera, Cindad Bodrigo, Bedijoi, and Toolooaa. 

30 Lieat-Colonel Thonuon lenred in the Peninsula with the 14th Light Dngoons and wie 
present at the battles of Nirelle, NiTe, Orthee, and Toulouse, for iHiich he his reoeitad the 
War Medal with four Clasps. 

31 Lient.-Colonel Robert Maodonild late of 35feh regiment, serred at the dega of Port 
Bourbon snd capture of Msrtiniqne in 1808-9. Present with the 3rd battalion of the Bovals 
in the retreat from Burgos in 181S, and in the subsequent campaigns of 1813 and 14, including 
the aqtion at Otma, battle of Yittoria, assault on the convent of San Sebastian 17th July, 
assault on the town 25ih of July (severely wounded) ; and on the 31st Aug., althourt eaftsring 
from the eflects of bis wound, was preeent and encaged at the snocessftil assault on Ban Sebas- 
tian, where ho commanded two oompsnies ordered to the breach in adTinoe of tha iirst brigade 
of the 5tb division, and was at the surrender of the castle on the 8th of Sept Ennged at the 
passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the NiTdle, battles of the Nire on the 10th, 11th, and Itth 
bee., and repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, indiidlM 
the battles of Qoatre Bras and Waterloo, iHiere he was sererely woundM. He haa reoelTea 
the War Medal with five Clasps. 

33 Lieut •Colonel Bssden's services :— Mahratta war of 1803, 4, and 5, including the tahii^ 
of Berhampore, Asseerghur, Aigaum, Lasslgaum, Chawdore, Jaulnah, and OawlQeghurr. 
Ameriosn War in 1813 and 14, and was CDgaged at Longwoods (severely wounded la tha 
thigh) ; Fort Erie, Black Rock, Buffalo, and battle of the Fails (wounded). Served also 
throughout the Burmese war. He has received the Medal and four Ciaspa for A leesTghur, 
Argaum, Oawilleghurr, and Ava. 

S3 Lieut -Colonel Oates, during eight years' aetire service in the West Lidies, wns ftvquently 
engaged with the em my, and twice severely wounded, yis. in the right side by a mnsket^ball at 
Cote de Fer, and in the left aiAIe in an attack near Port an Prince. Served also five yaaia bi 
the East Indies snd in Egypt and crossed the Desert under Sir David Baird. With the axp^ 
dttion to South America in 1807. Sabsequently throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, 
including the battles of Talavera (eeverely wounded on the head by the bursting of a ahellX 
Busaeo, and Fuentea d'Onor ; 2nd and 3rd sieges of Badsjoz,— severdy wounded at the atonsdng 
of Fort Piourina ; battles of Yittoria, Kivelle, and Orthes,— seTorely wounded through tha right 
thigh. He has received a Gold Medal for services in Egypt ; and the Silver War Medal with 
ten Ciaspa. 

34 Lieut-Colonel Pratt served with the 82nd at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 1807 { 
in Portugal and Spain in 1808-9, including the battlee of Roleia and YimSera, retreat to, and 
battle of Corunna, for which he has recei^ the War Medal with three Clasps. At Wakheren 
in 1809, and was severely wounded at the investment of Flushing. In 1813 he was appointed 
to the Quarter- Mastfr-General^s staff of the army on the eastern coast of Spain, snd served with 
a portion of that army in Italy and in the south of France until the close of the war in 1814. 

35 Lieut.-Colonel Spottiswcxide served with the 71st in the Peninsula under Sir John M<iore 
and afterwards under the Duke of Wellington ; he was with the storming party at Badajos^ and 
was severely wounded in the spine. 

37 Lieut 'Colonel Horton served the campaign in Cslabria under Sir John Stuart with the flank 
companies of the 61 st and was present at the battle of Maida. fle served also in the Peniufula and 
waa severely wounded at the battle of the Ni velle. He has received the War Medal with two Chyps. 

38 Lieut. -Colonel Laing served in the Peninsula with the 61st and was wounded at Talavcr^ 
for which battle he haa received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

39 Lieut-Colonel Sail served at the taking of Maldonadoand Monte Yideo in 1807. Abj 
in the Peninsula from 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was p re se nt at the repulse of 
the sortie from Bayonne. 

40 Lieut 'Colctnel Terry served the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 25th, inclndiag th« 
batUe of Egmont-op-Zee. Expedition to Egypt and surrender of Alexandria in 1801 ; eaptvre 
of Madeira in 1807 ; capture of Guadaloope and Sr. Martin's in 1810 t re-cspture of Quads- 
loupe in 1815. He has received the War Medal with two Ciaspa for E^pt and Ouadalonpe. 

41 Lieut -Colonel Whelan served in the American war with the Royal Newfoundland Fcneibles, 

42 Lieut* Colonel Grieve served at tbe siege of Tarragona. 

43 Lieut-Colonel Fairtlough aerved at the bombardment of Ter Yere, and siege and capture 
of Flushing in 1809. Also at the capture of Guadeloupe in 1815. 

44 Lieut.-CoIonel Streatfeild served the Mahratta campaign of 1804, 5, and 6, «~J«f«^*g the 
assault of Bbortpcre^ with the Grenadiers of the 65th, when out of 17 officers and 300 men who 
nan&ed to tha assault, 14 officers and 190 man were either hilled or wounded. At tha aaptm 
of tha lale oTF^ranoe In 1810. Servad tha Mahratta campaign of 1817 and 18,iiidadtngtbac8p- 
toiaofHatraaa. 



War Services of the Lieutenant'Coloneh. 76 

45 Ueat-Cokmel Senior wai severely wounded in the action between H. Bi. ptcket Lajinffing 
md the Aoiericaa prireteer Fax, off Barbedoec, 80th Sept 1813. 

46 Lieat-Culonai Hughe* serwd the Sgyptian campaign uf 1801 with th(^ 24th. Engaged 
with a French •qoadron in the Mneambique Chanoel, Sid July 1810. Served the Nepaul cam- 
paigns of 1814, 15, and 16, and «a« wounded at Uamapore. Served also during the Afahratta 
war of 1816. 17, and 18. Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for services in Egypt; and also 
the Silver War MtdU with one Clasp. 

47 Lienk-GoloDei Watson was 28 years in the 14th regt., the greater part of which time he 
served in the West and East Indies, aod retired from active service in conseqaf>noe of t'«tal loss 
of sight. He was at the capture of the I«le of France in 1810 ; of Java in 1811, iudud ng the 
investment and storming of Fort Cornells, aod storming the heights of Serond iIp; previous to 
which he was aetivi^ly cn^gi^d on the coa«t when embarked in H. M. S. M'auUn. and at St. 
Nicholas Point commanded a detachment of the 14th aod B »>a1 Marioes. and d-ffat^-d a very 
superior French force of the enemy's b^st troops sent to attack that position. In 1812, be was 
at the storminff of DJoqjocarta. In 1813, at the subjogatton of the Piratical Stat<« of Sa<Dbas in 
the Island of Borneo, when he commauded the ctduma which attacked the ^t lukadrfs leading up 
to the town, on which occasion he was wounded. He has reoeived the War Medal with one 
Clasp for Java. 

48 LieuL-CoIonel Nooth served with the 7th Fusiliers, on the expedition agaiof>t Cr>penhagen. 
in 1807. With the 2od 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, for which he has received 
the War Medal wiih one Clasp. Aooompanitd the battalion to Walcheren, and was preseat at 
the siege of Flashing. 

49 Sir John Scott Ullie served in the 6th Kgt. with the first expedition to Portugal in 1808, 
and was present at the battle of Yimiera, and capture of Lisbr^n. In 1809, as Captain in the 
Luaitanian Legion, in various enKag«>ments for the defence of Portugal durinj; the important 
interval b* tween the embarkation at Corunna and the return of the second expedition to Lisbon. 
Caoopaign of 1810 — battle of Buoaoo, and retreat to the Lin<*s at Torres Vedras. 1811 — 
Acti«*n« of Pombal and Redmba. captore of Campo Mayor, sieges of Olirenga and Badajox. 
1812— Battle of Sala«oanca. capture of Madrid, and retreat from Burgos. 1813 — ^Actioni at 
Aldea dt Punte, Osma, and Bridge of Sub^ana d>9 M trellas (wounded) battle of Viitoria, block- 
ade of Pampelona. actions in the Pyrenees on the 24th 25th, 2614), 28th, and 80th July, actions 
of Inin and St Maitial, capture of San Sebastian, passage of the B dassoa, battles of the Niveile 
(woond«'d) and the Nive. 1814 — ^Battles of Orthes and Toulouse, at which last he was severely 
woand»d and left for forty-eight hours on the field of battle, supposed to have been killed. Sir 
John has reoeived the Qold Cross for the battles of the Pyrenees, Niveile, Orthes, and Toulouse; 
and the Silver War M^dal with seven Clatps for the others. 

60 Lieut. -Colonel De Lanoey served with the 9th Light Dragoons at Walcheren in 1809; and 
in the Peninsula durmg parts of 1811, 12, and 13. 

51 Lieut-Colonel n»z served in the Peninsula with the 80th and was present at the battle of 
Fnentes d*Onor, for \ - H he has received the War Medal witli one Clasp. 

52 Lieut-Colonel Spcddmg served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present at 
the battlee of Ta^avera, Biisaoo, Albuhera. and Salamanca (for which be has received the War 
Medal with four Clasps), actiunsofCampo Mayor, Los Santos, and Usagre. besides other aff<drs. 

53 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 Bstavia and Weltevreiden, storming the entrenched 
lines at Fort Cornelis, storming the heighcs of Serandole. and capture of the fort of Simaraog. 
Present also at the siege and storuing of Bhurtpore in 1825-6. He has received the War Medal 
iritb one Clasp for tlava. 

54 Lieut-Clolonel Tronson served in the West Indies from 1808 to 1812, including the cap- 
ture of Martinique and siege of Fort Bourbon in 1809, end capture of Gu^daloupe in 1810. The 
campaigns of 18 1 S, 14, and 1 5, lb Canada, including the operations against Plattsborg. Through- 
out the Burmese war, and commanded a detachment of the 13th, which took possession of the 
City of Bsssein previous to the arrival of Sir Robert Salens Brigade destined for its capture ; 
also present at Kokein, 15th Dec 1826, Pagoda Point, Naptidie, Mehadie, Melloon, where 
the oommand of the 13th devolved upon him, and on the 9ih Feb. 1826, at the storming of 
Panamas, where he was wounded in the right leg, but continuc-d to lead the left wing until most 
aererely wounded in the lef^ leg, ^here the ball still remains. Served the campaign in Aif- 
gbanlatan under Lord Keane, and commanded the 13 th at the awault and capture of the 
Fortress and Citadel of Ghosnee, for which he obtained the brevet rank of Lieut-Colonel and 
Order of the Dorane6 Empire. Commanded the regiment throughout the campaign in Kohistau, 
and at the sieges of Tootumdarrab, Jhoolghur (led aod commanded the storming party), 
night attack at B^boo Koosh Ghur, Kardurrah, aad Perwsndurrah, when Dost Mdiomed 
anrteBdered, aod the foroe returned to CabuL He has received the War Medal with two 
Clasps for Martinique and Guadeloupe ; the Medal for Ava i and Medal for Ghoznee. 

55 Lieut -Colonel Otrmthers served the campaign in Affghanistan and Belooohistaa, and 
oommaaded the Begt at the assault and capture of the fortress of Ghucnee (Medal), and at the 

mlt and eaptore of the fortress and citadel of Khelat. He commanded the roroei, as a Briga- 

Q 



76 War Semcei of the Ldeutenani'CoUmels. 

dier, in tba Sontfaeni Oonota Md Si i r — I Wmvm Catrntn Autaf tlw mmm^m 9i It44 mi. tf. 
M Ueat-CoL ICm DoimU ummk with Ite Amy of Indta* «Dd« Loii C aMi w i M is 



ltt5.6y«id fTM VTMcnt ftl the efogvMid fl«|^tai« of BtartpoM (Mdhl — d datrt. 6«vi4 
with the Amj of Ite Indw nder Lord KrsM, llmM«Woirt th» •i f i i gm ia AflklMalrtia, 
itt 18U-f , and o<MMn«id«l Um l«th Lanotn al iJhe ■lorm Md oaptsre of Qhiwro (Medal tad 
Cr M DoonD^e Order). Conmianded a Brigade of Cavalry Im tha AiMy af BaMr«% ai- 
ae«hied on the 8«tlcJ in 184S. SrrTed with 11m Anuf of Owallor in \%^ aad aaaHttadtd 
Hie Ulti LaaoMi in ihe antion of Mahnr^petn (Medal and C B ) 8«fad tluiNigbavl tW 
BaM oattpaiffn nnder Lord CkMUgh in 164a. Owaaaadad tlia IMi f.aaami at the Battle of 
Badiwnl i % Bricade of Cavalry at AUwal, and anbaeqaantly a Brigada af Oaralry» with e 
Troop of Horae Artillery attached, froai Sohraon to tha aeaapatloaaf Lahova^ and lawiaiHiiii 
af theeaapaifrn (Medal for AUwal and Ciaap fbr Sobraon). 

5dt Uen(.*Calonel Singleton eeread in the PMdnnla fiPM 1611 to I6I«» and wna aMilf 
wonoded at the eiega of the forte a4 BelaaMUioa, andlwlee sevflMiy wonnded aft Iha hame of 
BaUaenca, for which battle ha has ro e e ived the War Medal with one Clan. 

57 Lient^Colonel Aaderaon'i aerrioaa:— Bsprdition to CaUhHa, inelndiaf tlw hnttia af 
Maida and aobeeqaent op^rationi. aod captare of the fortreaaof Catrone; expeiMon to ^mC 
to 1607 i Pvninanm Amn April 1609 to Jan. 181S, tnelndinn the b«ttlea of Talavara (wowaiU) 
and Buiaeo, retrvat to the linM of Tome Vedimet and Taitoaa aBiira iherei with tha ndvanet 
aft B«pinhal, battle of Faeatae d'Oaor, and toany other aflUia and dUnniahea. Sound U 
the oaptnta of Qnadaloope in 16U. Ciminaadcd a brigade at the baHleaf Ptoator (Medal v, 
and was aeverely wounded at ita head when in the not of ohargiog the enaaiy'a gana. He hai 
incwived the War Medal with fonr Clatpa for Maida, Talavcm, Bowdo, and Fnentoa d'Onor. 

66 Urnt-Cdonel Harty aerfod with the 6Sffd aft the oaptnre of Bonrhon and tha lab of 
Vrmooe in 1610 i the oaapalffnt of 1616 and U In Gktttany and HoUaad, iaelndlag bulh iht 
ntraebt on M^-rxeai, and the aaaaolton B«fg«tt-op>Zooak Abo the eattpnian of 1616, indndtog 
the battle of Qoatre Brae, the retreat on the foliowing day, and battle of WaterloOb*-aUghd/ 



66 Uent-Colooel Crabbe aervnd in tha Peninanla ftwa Jan. 1810 to the 61ot Dta. 1611. and 
nfa«nfr«*s June 1616 to the •nd of the war, inetodlng the whole of tha wtt -ea ft to tha Unea of 
Torrf« Vedree t battle of Baeeoo i the adtanoe fnm the linea to Onatda i iraft alcge o( 

I hnvL 



Balajni I aiege and atotm of Ciodnd Bodrtgo ( aicga and atotm of Badi^ i hnMe xJL 



8aianMn«*a \ captnre of Mi^rid, and aaheeantnt retreat thfoogh Spain ( battlie of NiveMa, Ntra* 

s and the " " ' " 



▼iti, Thrb^ OrtWa, an<i IVinlont^, and the whole of the variona ainor adhiia Earwig that 
period. Wunnded I5th Maroh 1611, at F«>8 d'Aronea, whni ooaaandiag a party whlah drwie 
a Frt-noh piqaet from the tatd TillagM. Woanded again at Tonkwse, when nitaemg tha Ttte 
da Foat. He hat rwH^i vcd the War Medal with eight GU*pe. 
60 Uent.-Colont-l Mrade lenred with the 66th in the Prn^nsnla hi tha ea«paigna of 1611. It, 



16. aod 14. indnding the battto of Fnentee d*Unor, aicga of Badi^ in 1611, haiOe of 
Sa'amanca («v«itta<ie<i), aiege and etoming of Baiajoa, pateaga of the Nifelle and tha Km. 
bacUfi of Oriha* and T^ndonee. In 1614 he aooiiBpanled hb Begiawnt to AaMffiaa, n«l the 
following year J«rined the army of oo c upaiion in Wanoa. In 1661 he eaalMrhod for Indin on the 
S aff uf Sir Tbomaa Beynell and waa at the eiege and atoraiing of Bbnrtporek for the enptato of 
whieh fiirtreee he reoeirrd the raah of Major. He has received the War Medal with ein CUtpe. 

61 lieat-Colonel Wildman eervad in the Peninaola. Franee, and flandera, with the 7tk 
Hneearm and waa preaent aft the battle of Waterloo. He has reoeived the War Medal wlci 
one Cl«ep for Orthee. 

62 Li*-at-Colonel Forster served with the SooU Foailter Goarda before Bayonaa In 1614. 

66 Lii*nt.-Culoael Beethani eerved in the Eff)ptian ospedition of 1607 » aho at tha tnhag of 
Santa Maoi a. 

64 Li»at*Colonel Bragge aerwd in the Peninanla with the Sid Dragoona from 1611 to tto 
end of that war in 1814. and waa present in the battles of Salamanea sod yitlovia,for whIA he 
has reoeived the War Medal with two Claapa. 

65 Lienk-Colonrl Albert QoMsmid served in the Peninanla with the 1 2th L(ghi Dmgnemk 
from 1812 to the end of tbat war in 1614, ineinding the cavalry aflhirs at Caairi^ioni, Qvmtare 
de Poerta, and M>ioasterio{ battles of Salamanca. Vittoria, Nivelle, and IVtva (for whlah W 
has reoHeed the War Medal with fonr Claspi^); and aiege ofeSan Sebastian. Bervad abo 
dnring the campaign of 161 5« ana was present aft the battle of Waterloo. 



66 Lient.-Culonel Macarthur waa present as an Bnsign in the 60th aft tha batlla af 

in Sl« 



He alWrwardo aervod with the 66th in Sioiiy, and again in Spafai, where ha wns angngnd whh 
the enemy at Vittoria, in the Py r ene e s, at tha Nivelle and the Niva, at Bayonne^ (>r&r^ and 
T«inlo«M, and where ha also eervad on the pefeonal etaff of the Into LL-Oea. S« Moheit 
O'Callaghaa. Hn acoompanied Usiagiawnt from Bonrdeanz to Cannda, and 
withitintha ArmyofOooapatlonfaiFraneai He has rsseivcd tha War Modal with 



67 lient-Cobnel MaedownU served tha aampaign of 1614 fa fioUnnd wHb tito fttei 

(Of Ami 



laohiding the aatloas aft Merxcaa and 

66 Lmnt. Coisnei Haly asrvad with the 67* fa tha Psahinli t and haataf )afaad Xmi 
Hill's division to 1809, ha was afterwards pfasant aft tha battle of Bosaoo^ fa tha 




War Services of the lAeutenant-Coloneb. 77 

Fbmbfll imA fi«iinli«, the flnt alege of Badajoz, battle of Altralien^irheM ho wu twie* 
wounded, aad held the oommaad of the regiment after that action ; batUei of the PVreneet» 
Nivelle, KiTO. and that before Bajonne on tiie 13th Dea 1818 i aflhlrs of Perache, Aire, and 
Tarbei, and oattle of Tbnlonsew SaUed for Canada at the oondniion of this war ; returned 
After the peace with America, landing at Oitend ; marched to Parii, and serred with the Army 
of Ooeupatioii until the breaking up of that force. Re has l^ceiTed the War Medal with fire Claapi . 

69 Lieut-Colonel Bowert was uMtly wounded at Waterloo. 

70 Lieut.- Colonel Amaud serrea in the Peninsula with the 11th and was present at the 
battles of Busaco and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medid with two Clasps. 

71 Lieut. -Colonel Towers served the Waterloo campaign with the 7th Hussars. 

72 Sir Thomas Livinntone Mitchell served with the 95th (Rifle Brigade) at the sieges of 
Cindad BodrifO and Badisjoi \ and on the Quarter-Master-General's staff until the termination 
of the Peninsmar war, when he was sent back to Spain and Portugal on a special mission to make 
surreys of the fields of battle and positions of the armies. Re has received the War Medal with 
five Clasps. 

73 Lieni-Colonel WOUams prcTlously to entering the army served fire years as Midshipman 
in the navy, and was engaged in the attack of the French fleet by Admiral ComwalUs on the 
21 St Aug. 1805. Assisted in the disembarkation of the British Army in Portugal in Aug. 1808, 
and at its embarkation during and after the battle of Comnna in 1809. Accompanied the 
expedition to Walcheren the same year, and served in the squadrcn of gun -boats in tne Scheldt 
coveringthe disembarkation of ike army, and at the bombardment and capture of the fortresses 
of Ter Yere, Bamakios, and Flushing. Landed with a division of sailors on Uie Island of 
South Beyelsod, and was present at the taking of Fort Balz, and at the subsequent defence and 
repulse of the enemy in their repeated eflbrts to repossess themselves of that important post i 
also in freqaent gun-boat actions co-operating with the army during their evacuation of those 
islands in 1810. He quitted the navy and entered the army in Feb. 1811, and Joined the 4th 
Regt. in Portugal in Aaeust of the same year, and served in that corps and the 77th, into which 
he was promoted firom that period, to the termination of that war fai 18U, without being a day 
absent from his regt Re was present at the siege and storming of Badsjos, at the operations 
on the Bidassoa aad Adour, and affairs at St Jean de Luz, and at the Miiyor*s House in front 
of Bidart in Dec. 1819, and at the investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. He has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Bad^joz. 

74 Lieut -Colonel Nepean served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons and was 
present at the battle of the Nive on the 9 th Dec. 1813, for which action he has receiyed the War 
Medal with one Clssp. He served also the Waterloo oampaisn. 

75 Lieut-Colonel the Earl of Albemarle served the Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot 

76 Lieut-Colonel Bumey served at the capture of Ischia and Pmcida, in 1809 ; defence of 
Cadiz in 1810 { action of tne Coa and Sabusal, battle of Faentes d'Onor, retreat from Bargos. 
Served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the action at Merxem, bombardment of 
Antwerp, and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Engaged in the Barmese war at the attack of 
Padowa Pass and the fortified pMitions of Mahatee ; storming the stockades and hills near, and 
taking the town and works of Arracan. Wounded on the 16th June 1815, at Qcatre Bras, by a 
mnsket-diot in the left shin, and dangerously by a ball which entered the back part of the head. 
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Fnentes d'Onor. 

77 Lieut-Colonel Rochfort was at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810 ; and of Jara in 
1811, including capture of Cornells, storming of Serandola and Fort Djocjocarta. Storming of 
redoubti at the island of Borneo ; Nepatil campaign in 1814 } siege and storm of Hattras i 
Mabratta campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; siege and storm of Bhurtpore 1885-6. He has received 
the Wsr Medsl with one Clasp for Java. 

78 Lieut-Colonel Leslie served with the 54th at the attack and capture of St Domingo in 
1809 ; in Stralsund under General Qibbe in 1813 ; the subsequent campaign in Holland under 
Lord L^nedoch, indudinfr the attack on Merxem. and bombardment of Antwerp. Campaign of 
1815 under the Duke of Wellington { commanded and led the storming party at Cambray on the 
24th Jane. Served at the Cape of Good Hope in 1819. Also in the Barmese war ; commanded 
and led the left column at the Pass on the 26th March 1825 \ and on the following day com. 
manded and led the 54th at the attack and capture of Mahatee, as also at the assault and 
capture of Arracan on the 1st April, and at the attack and capture of Ramree in May 1825. 

79 Lieut -Colonel Botton served in the Peninsula from April 1812 to June 1813, including 
the battle of Salamanca, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. He served 
also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles of Qaatre Bras and Waterloo. He 
seryed afterwsrds itt the Bast Lidies, and was present at the siege and caplture of Bhurtpore 
in 1825-6. 

80 I^eui -Colonel Clark served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and 
stormfaig of Cambray. Served also the oamMigns of 1824 and 25 in Ava, including the taking 
of Raa^Don* Kimendfaie, Kamaroot, and Mahattee. Led the attack upon the fortified heighti 
ftt Araoaa, and was severely wounded in the neck, arm, and left side. 

81 Ll«ttt.-Oolonri Dondas served in the 47th on the expedition to South America in 1806-7. 
ftnd was present at the tiUdng of Maldoaado, in seyeral skirmishes, and at the attack tad 



78 War Servica of the lAeutenant-CoIoneU. 

•torming of MoDto Video. He lerTed afterwardt in the Eart Indies, and was present in 1814 at 
llie osptnre of the Fort of Now Nomr, and in several skirmishes. He serred also in the 
Bormeie Territory from Jan. 1826 tiu peace was proclaimed. 

82 Lieat -Colonel Gray aooompanied the expedition which sailed nnder Sir Daiid Baird, in 
1805, and was present at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, Jan. 1806. Accompanied the 
diTislon sent from the Cape to oo-operate with the expedition frY>m India for the redootion of 
the Isle of France, hafing lesignecl the situation of BiUjor of Brigade to the Royal Artillery at 
the Cape, to accompany the division as a Tolunteer. Wrecked in the King George transport, 
Ist Nov. 1805 (on which occasion Brigadier. General York was drowned), and saved several 
lives by kit penonal exertions, having oeen the last taken from the toAb by the boats of the 
Leda frigate. ^ 

83 Lieut. -Colonel Piper served six campaigns in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from 
March 1810 to the 27 ih Jan. 16. From 1810 to 12 was employed in the Lines of Lisbon and 
Almeida; and from Jan. 1812 to the conclusion of hofttilities la 1815, held the command of a 
division of a Pontoon Train ; (having been entrusted during that period with the orgsnisatka 
and eouipment of four several bridges;) threw the bridees of the Guadtsna, Tagus, Bidassoa, 
Gave a Oieron, Garronoe, and Seine ; served in the trenches at the last siege of Badajos, frtim 
the momiogof the 18th to the 2Srd of March, when the bridges of communication below the 
town being destroyed and sunk, was despatched (by order of the commander of the forces) to 
re-estsblish and remain with them — passing shot, shell, and ammunition during the nights, and 
provisions during the day time — for the remainder of the operations -, received the thanks of Sir 
Rowland Hill at the passage of the Tagus in August same year, on the advance of his column 
to Madrid ; and subsequently, when on route to Salamanca (in consequence of the enemy's 
cavalry intercepting the communication through the Sierra-do- Gsto) was commanded oy 
written instrucuons from the commander of the forces to retire with the bridges on Alcantra 
de la Beina and Badsjoz, to Bivas, and finally to Abrantes ; where, equipping a fresh train of 
boats for the operations of the ensuing year, advanced with the army fh>m Ssbngal and Fray- 
nada to the Etoo and Vittoria ; passage of the Bidassoa in Oct and latter part of the blookade 
of Pamplona ; actions of the 9th and 1 1th Dec. 1813 at Bayonne ; do. Toidouie in 1814 ; psssed 
and repassed His Grace the Commander of the Forces and Staif during the operations of tha 
day, from the right to the left bank of the river, on a fly-raft of three boats ; and subsequently, 
advancing to Mongiscard on the Canal RoyaJ du Midi, proceeded thence to Bordeaux. Pro* 
ceeded to Ceylon, East Indies, 16 June 16. Served as oommandine engineer in the Kandian 
Provinces, daring the insurrections of 1817 and 18. He has received the War Medal with three 
Clasps. 

84 Lieut-Colonel Fogo served in America during the whole war, induing the battle of 
Plattsburg. 

85 Lieut-Colonel the Honourable William Arbnthnott served in the Peninsula, and was 
present at the passage of the Douro, and the batUes of Oporto, Talavera, and Busaoo : for the 
two last he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

86 Lieut-Colonel Hfnry Blachley served in the Ptninsula and Franoe from Feb 161S to 
Aug. 1814. including the siege and capture of B4dajo£, affair of Castrsjon, battie of Sslamanea, 
oaptore of Madrid and the Betiro, siege of Bargos, and retreat from thence, affair of Osma, 
battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian (both operation*) passage of the Bidaasoa 
and the Nivelle, actions of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec 1813, in front of Bayonne, 
passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which occasion he 
was wounded in the bead by a mosket-biJl. He has received the Silver War Medal with five 
Clasps. 

87 Lieut-Colonel Stopford-Blair served on the expedition to South America in 1807. The 
campaign of 1815, including the batUes of Qoatre Bras and Waterloo (received a oontnsiosi), 
and capture of Paris. 

88 Lieut -Colonel Belson served in the Peninsula and South of France from July 1809 to 
the end of the war in 1814, including the retreat from Talavera, action in front of Aloscida, 
action of the Coa, batUe of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Caxal Nova, Foz d'Arooce. 
and Sabugal ; batUe of Fuentes d*Onor, actions on the heighte of the Agueda, sieges of Cindsa 
Rodrigo and Badajos, actions at Castrajon (severely wounded), San Munos, San Milan, and 
Osma; b&ttie of Vittoria, action with the French, 28th June 1813. in the morning before they 
entered Pampelana, in which he captured their last gun from Vittoria ; actions in the Pyraoeea, 
passage of the Nivelle, Nive, and U&ve d'Oleron ; and battie of Orthes, besides variooa minor 
affairs and skirmishes. He has received the War Medal with nin» Clasps. 

90 L*ent- Colonel Harvey served at the investment of Kolapore in the East Indies, in Sept. 
1827. Employed on the Staff in the late operations against Ibrahim Pacha, In Syris, and was 
present at the skirmish with the Esyptian troops near Askelon, 15th Jan. 1841. 

91 lieut- Colonel Hewes servedon board the Hambow, of 24 guns in the West Indiea, and 
was in a severe action with La Nereide^ French frigate of 44 guns, off Cape Tibaran, and beat 
her off i employed on the coast of Catalonia and Cmioa, and present at the ontttng ont La i^ix^ 
Genoese vessel armedwith four guns, and moored to the batteries at Garaglio, near Caps Cona; 
ha was at the attack on Leghora in 1813, by Sir Josias Rowley, and pment at the onlva of 
Oenot by Lord Wm. Bentinck, 



War Servicei of the Lieutenant^ColontU. 79 

92 Lient-Colonol Molesworth senred at the siege of Copenliaf^eii in 1807. 

93 Lieat-Colonel WiUington lenred in the East Indies from May 1813 to Mfty 1823, inolod- 
i^ the campaigni of 1815 aod 16 in Eattywar and Kotcb; taking of Aojar; Decoan campaigns 
of 1817 and 18; campaign of 1819 in Candeish; and in Kutch in 1820. 

94 Lieat.-Colnnel Westmore sezrcd the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Ghermany and Hollandi 
inelod*ng both attacks on Merxem, and the a^eaalt on Bergen-op-Zoom; serred at Waterloo on 
the 16Ui, 17tb, and 18bh Jone, and wai severely wounded. 

95 I«ieat..Colonel Chads served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. 

95t Lieut- Colonel Loois served In the Peninsula and France from Jan. 1813 to Jane 1814, 
indnding the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Nivelle, and Nive, and 
investment of Bayonne. Served auo the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Woterloo. 
He has received the silver War Medal with four Clasps. 

96 Lieut. -Colonel Pattisson served with the 13th at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of 
Gnadalonpe in 1810; in Canada durinfir the American war in 1813 and 14; in the Burmese war 
in 1824, 25, and 26, including the capture of Rangoon, storming the stockades at Kumaroot, 
Kukien (severely wounded), Napadee, Melloon, and Pagahm Mew; and he was also present at 
the repulse of the enemy before the Lines of Rangoon on the Ist Deo. 1824. Served also 
throughout the operations in Affgh^nistan and Beloochibtan, and was present at the storm and 
capture of Qhusnee, operations in Kohistan, including the capture of Tootumdnrrah and J<.olghur ; 
and he was a'ter wards at Jellalahad daring its famous defence by Sir Robert Sale. He has 
received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Martinique and Guadaloape, and also medaU 
for Ghnsn^ and Jfllalabad. 

97 Lien(.>Colonel Browne commanded the 41gt during the whole of the campaign of 1842 in 
AflTgbanistan, and was present in the engagements with the enemy on 28th March and 28th 
April in the Pisheen Valley; in that of the 29(h May near Candabar, 30th Aug. at Goaine, 5th 
Sept. before Ghasnee, occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool, expedition 
into Kohifttan, storm, captorp, and d«>8traction of Istaliif, and in the various minor affairs in and 
between the Bolan and the Khyber Passes. 

98 Lieut -CoL Simmons served in the Peninsula, as a volunteer with the 34th, aod afterwards 
as an officer in the 23rd, and in the Rifle Brigade, from Sept. 1811 to the eni of that war in 1814, 
including the storming of the forts at Almaraz, affairs of San Manos and San Milan, battle of 
Vittoria, actions at Tanzi Bridge and Echalar, storming Vera Heights, crossing the Bidassoa, 
battle of Nivelle, battles of the Nive, on the 10th, lltb, and 12th Dec. 1813. Served with the 
41st throughout the Burmf se war, and was present at the storming of Rangoon and Syrian 
Pagoda, led the head of the left column storming the trenches in front of the Dagon Pagoda, 
storming a strong stockade in front of the Dagon Pagoda. Commanded the left wing of the 
41st regiment in the fi^ld against the Kolapore Rajah. Served with the regiment during the 
campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan, and commanded a column of attack in the action of the 28th 
April in the Pisheen Valley; present dso in the actions near Candahar, at Goaine, and before 
GhnzQ^e; occupition and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool; expedition into Kobistan; 
storm, capture, and destruction of IstalL£^ and in the various minor affairs in and between the 
Bolan and the Kyber Passes. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Vittoria, 
Kivelle, and Nive. 

99 Lieut.-ColoQel Malcolm served on the China expedition (Medal). 

100 Lieut.-Colonel Maclean served in the Burmese war aed was present at the capture of 
Zembyke and MpUood. Campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. China expedition 
(Medal) including the attack and capture of Amoy , second capture of Chusan, attack and capture 
of Cbinhae, Chapoo, Woosuog, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo. 

101 Lieut-Colonel Donald Campbell served at W&lcheren, in 1809. 

102 Lieut.-Colonel Gordon was at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of Guadaloape in 
1810, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

103 Lieut. -Colonel Poole served throughout the operations in Scinde (Medal) under Sir Charles 
Kapicr, and commanded the 22ud at the battle of Mepanee,and a brigade at the battle of H^dlr- 
abad. He was also previously at the destruction of the Fort of Imaumghur in the Desert. He 
•erved the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844-5, including the investment and 
capture of the Forts PaouUa and Pownghur. 

104 Lieut.- Colunel Farquharson served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810. Capture 
of the fort of Now Nuggur in Eatty war, Feb. 1814. On the borders of Scindia's country in 1814 
and 15. Capture of forts of Joorio, August 1815, Anjar and Khuocoote, Feb., Dhingee and 
Pwarka, March 1816. Action and capture of Poona, 17th March 1817. At Ashtee, 21st Feb. 

1818, the Mahratta General Gokla killed, and Satteria Reya captured. Storm of Kutch Booje 
Fort, March 1819. Capture of the forts of Rass-el-Kyma and Zama, 8th and 22nd Dec. 

1819. Served also in Arabia in 1812, and was present in the action of Beni-Boo-Ali, 2nd 

March* 

106 Lieut- Colonel Richardson Robertson served in South Africa, in command of an expe- 
dition against the insurgent emigrant Boers, bejond the Orange River, in 1845. Also in 
command of the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Kaffir war of 1846-7. ^. ^ ^ ^, . , ,. 

107 LieuL-Colonel Whitens services :— Campaign m Spain, under Sir John Mooi«» meludiog 



80 W(tr Smvica of the JJeuUnont'* Cphntb. 

the retreftt to and btlUe of Corunni^ where he wm wounded. Siege of FlnshiDA tnd eeptnre 
of Welehe?eoi oampiigiis in Canade, fron No?, 1813, to the end of the wtr* jR hm leoiiTed 
the W«r Medal with one Claipfor Curnnna. 

107t lieaL- Colonel J. H. Wood serr^d in the Penineola and Franoe, from Feb, 1813 to the 
end of the war, indiidiag the battle of Yittoria, blockade of Famplnna, hattlea of the Fmnees, 
liece of San Sebaatian, battle of the NifeUe, affairi of Vic Bigorre and Tarbe«, battlea <S Orthea 
and Toolonse. Served the campaign in America^ inolading the «ttl^ on PlattAbmif. He has 
received the silver War Medal with six Clasps. 

108 Lient- Colonel Hunt served on the expediUon to Hanover in 1805, and to Mad«ra in 
1808; the campaign and battle of Coronnai and in the Peniasnla. from Feb. 1812 to the end of 
the war in 1814; and snbteqnently in the American war. He has received the War Medal wltfi 
four Clasps for CoruDDa, Vittorin, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

109 Lieut.' Colonel Biay served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817, 18, mid 19,aAd waa pietent 
»t the sieges and captures of Rjfghur, Amuluier, and Asseenhur. He was on board the nnfer- 
nate ship Keni» which was burned in the Bay of Biscajr. lat March 1825. Commanded the 
39th in tne action of M»harajpore (Medal), wi was severeljr wounded. 

110 Lieut -Colonel Banbury served in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, l!>rli^«<«?g 
oaptare of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Barro»a. He was M^jor of Brigade to the foroe 
which defended Tarifa (at the investment of which he had his horse shot under him), at the 
capture of Seville, deftneo of the bridge of Puente Xrfirgo near Aranjues, He was present at 
the battles of the Nivelle and of the Nive (severely wounded), investment of Ba^onne. and 
eommanded the 6th Cas&adorea at the battle of Toulouse. He commandAd the troops, ano was 
employed on various services for four years in New Zealand^ from the establishment of that 
settlesMnt until 1844,*-to wards the olose of which year he was wreohed on one of the Andaman 
Islands, — and be commanded the troops and crews of the transports Briton and JRumn^w^d^f for 
Aftj-one daya, where, under the moat trying yet providential circumstance^ the Uvea of about 
500 troops and sesmen, and 104 women and cblldren, were preserved. He commanded the 80th 
throughout the campaign on the Sutlej TMedal), including the battles ef Moodliee (wounded), 
Feroaeahah (horse shot under him), and Sobraon. He Sm received the War Medal and five 
dssps. 

UOf Lieut.-Colonel Gold served in the campaign on the Sutlej with the 53rd, iBoI«dia| the 
battlea of Buddiwal, AUwai and Sobraon (wounded), in the first of which he commmadea the 
Regiment : Medal and one Clasp, 

111 Lienl-C)ok>nel Hodgson served with the 45th in the Burmese war. 

112 Lient- Colonel Mnndy served at the si^ge and storming of Bhnrlpore in 1825-6, as 
Alde-de.4iamp to Lord Combermere. 

1 13 Lient. -€k>lonel Loch served the campaign of 1808, in Portugal, and waa present at Boleia 
and Vimiera, for whioh battles he has received the SUvcr War Medal with two Claepa. 

114 lient-Colonel M*Cleverty served the campaign against the Rijah of Cooif , in April 1834, 
with the 48th regiment. 

114t IdeuL-Cokmel Robert R Wood served aa Aide-de-Camp and Military Seorelarf to 
Lord Hardinge throughout the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), indnding the battle^ of Mood- 
hce, Ferozeshah (seeerely wounded), and Sobraon. 

1 15 Lieut.-Colonel Spence was present with the 31st in the action of Stnola, near Genoa, on 
the 13th April 1814, and in the subsequent attack • ujpon the city of Genoa until its sorreadcr, as 
also at the survender of Corsica in the same year. In 1815 he served with tlw army in Nacics. 
On the lat March 1825, he was present at that lamentable catastrophe, the homing of the HiU^ 
in the Bay of Biscay. He commanded the 31st throughout the campaign on theSatlid (Medal 
and three Clasps), at the battles of Moodhee (soon after its commencement), Feroseshah (for 
whioh he was appointed a CB,\ Buddiwal, and Aliwal, and the first brigade of Sfar Harry 
Smith's division at the battle of Sobraon; and was one of only five officers ont of thirty who 
escaped being wonnded in all the aolions. Had his horse shot nnder him at Feroieshnh and 
Dobrson. 

116 Lieut -Colonel Orienon served at Cadta during parte of 1818 and 1813, and aftervntds 
on the eastern ooaat of Spain. 

117 Lieut-Colonel Sandilands served with the expedition to Waleheien; also the oanapnign 
of 1815, and was engaged on the 17th Jane with the Horse Artiilery in oovmriog the ivtiarlttg 
movement from Qoatre Bras, and on the 18th of Jnne he was present at the b«ttfe of 
Waterloo, 

118 Lieut-Cokmel French served in the Peninsnla ttom Aug. 1813 to the eo4 of tih« vnr, 
inolndiag siege of San Sebaatian, passage of the Bidaasoa, battles of the Nivelle and Ktr*, and 
Investment of Bayoaneu Served also in the American war, inoludingthe aotioni of Blademshorc, 
BalthBore, New Orleans, and Fort Bowyer. He has received theWar Medal with two Cl^ps 
for Nivelle and Nive. 

lU Lient.*ColoiielCrofto& was appointed Pereiaa interpreter to te forae nnder Bitodler* 
General Litchfield, in Angnst 1832, and aerved with it throoriiont the ardoons operaoottg in 
Parhur.and against the tnbeain the N. W. Desert, whioh ended in the taking of Balmeer. 

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ia ItU Md ia« Md nw pMMBl •! ih« bsltlw «r Yinicra. GonmiM, Ylttorift. Md th« PjmwM, 
(wWm k» «■• t«lm womded aftd kMl aa wtm\ for wblab he has reeeii«d tha War Medal with 
ftMV OhtpiL Sariiad alao in the Wakharai exp^ditiiiii. 

ISl lA'OaloMl fianaliar acrvad at the oaptsro «r Mavtiniqiia in 1809, aa Aotiog AMialaal 
SaffiMar I aa Aida-d««Ga«pto Sir O. Beokaitfa «l tha firaleapiaraof Ouadalonpe in 1810 1 and 
•■ Aatiaf Aaaial«Qiiartaff-lfaatcv*Oeaaral at ita aaeond caplva te 1815. He has leeeiyed the 
War Medal with two Claspa. 

ISd Lt^OateelJanMafiendeffaeneerevd with the Ma at the aiefe of Copenhagen and a«tiaa 
flt Kioge in 1807} with the eapeditioa to Swedeo, and aftevwavda tu Portagal and Spain, nndcr 
8iv Jokn Moore in 1808 f, inelnding the notion at Lago, and battle of Coraona. On the 
cayadltian ta Waleharrn in 1808. Served the oanpaigaa of 1814 and 15 in Fraooe and 
Flandov with the 71st, including the affair of Tarbes, and b&tiles of Toahrase aad Waterloo 
last ha was aeteml:f wo un ded in the thigh by a gn 



at wiiieh last ha was seteialy wo un ded in the thigh by a grape-ahot Ha has reeei^ed the War 
Medal with two Clnifs for Comnna aad Toaloaae. 

19$ Iieat.-Gok)nel la Meanrier served in the 94th at the eaalore of the Cape of Good Hope 
ia 1808. In 1811, ho Jdaed the 9nd B^ttalioa hi the PenhMula, where he servf d mtil the end 
of that war in 1814, and was present at the aiegaa of Ciadad Bodrigo, Badnjos, bsttles of Sals* 
■aaoa, Viitoria, Pyr eaaua, Behalayf Nieelle, and Orihes (severely oontnsed)} aod in the sevefal 
sAuraaa thabaabaof the Stonrdogne ia front of Jiordeanz, being on oonttnaal advance gnsrd 
when that part of the army was moviag forward on Angoulease. He has received the War 
Medal with four Clasps. • 

194 Lt-Colonel John Swiahan served with tho 4ard at the siege of Copenhagen ia 1807; the 
oaaipaign of 1808 in Portogal,^-wouaded in the head on the retreat to Vigo. Subieqaent 
eampaigns in the Peninsula uottl 1819, iaehsding the aetioa of the Coa, battle of Fuentes 
d'Oaor, aatien af Sahagal, battle of Bosaoo, retract to aad ooonpation of the Lines of Torres 
Vedrai^ aah aa ^ ae a t advaaoe ia parsnit of Maesena, aad aetions of Pombal and Bedinhi^— 
woaaded ia tha hip. Joined the army at Tonkmse in April 1814. Present at New Orleaaa 
la Jaa. 1818. Sobecqaeatly joined the Dohe of WelliiMrton's arosy at Brussels, waa preeent 
at tha aapiare of Paris, aad reasalaed with the Anay of Oecapaiien until the ead of 1818. He 
Imo la ae i f t d the War Medal with two C)a8|a for Busaoo and Fueates d'Onor. 

125 Lt.-Colonel Robert Kelly asrved in the Peaiaeida with the 5th battalion of the 80tb, 
aad waa aevarely wounded in aetiea with the eaeiay, 18th Maieb 1814. He has reeeived the 
War Medal with five Clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Qrthea. 

19« Lt-Ooloael Thoaua Kelly served with the hue 96th Li Dragooaa daring the latter 
part of the Csrib war in St. Vincent. He afterwards aoooaspanied his iU>gL to Pfwtagal and 
horn Ihonaa to Sgyp^— the Transport in wUeh ha embarhed waa attached by a Spanish Qun 
Baal^ which, after a aharp ooadiet waa beatea off. Be served at the siege of Aboukir Cwtla, 
with tha dinsoaated part of hie Regt^ fie waa also preeent in the aeiion of the 91 st Maroh 
1801, aad ia tha affsir el the advaace of tho army to the westward of AlezandrlH ttnd««r Sir 
Syia Coola. He waa wounded in a night attach on the enemy's ontptats on the 95th Aug., 
when, with a small detachment^ he drove in the caralry piquet^ aad captured the whole of the 
infiuitry piqneta opposed to him, which vrere anudi mote namerous than his own party. He 
haa vraelYacttho Crald Medal from tha Grand Seignior for tha Egjptmn campaign, aod alao the 
■Iver War Medal with one claep. 

198 Lti-Colcnal Burrowes served with the 19th at the capture of the Isle of Franco, in 1810, 
and coaMaaaded a detaehmextt of that Begt. in boarding and capturing two French Privateers 
off the Isle de la Passe. Comoiaaded a battalion of details with a force under Colonel the 
Hoaaarahle Lafaaator Stanhope in Katty war, aad waa ia advaaoe at the storm and eaptufe of 
tha stwag hiU forlrvsa of MeetiaUa. 

199 Lk»C(dnneil Olooter served in the Pcmnsnla with tha 81st from Oct. 1809 to the end of 
that war in 1814, inehiding the battles of Boeeoo aad Fnentea d*Ooor, siege of the fottM at 
SataauHMa, hattlaaaf Salamanca, the Pyreneea (98th July to 9d Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nive 
(9th to IStb Dec), Orthes, and Tonlonee. Wounded in the leH arm at the battle of SahMoaaca, 
and thimt^ tha rigfa* braait at Toulouse, the ball passing through the right lobe of the lungs 
•ud out at tha baoh. He haa received the War Medal with seven Cla«pe. 

130 Lt-Colonel Harriott aerved in the Hoyal Staff Corpe at the defence of Cadii» battle of 
Btffuaak pasaage af the Bidasana. battlea of the Nirelio and the Nive, actions near Bidart, 
alhir af Tarhaa» battle of Toulousa, capture of Paris, and with tha army of occupation in France. 
He haa received the War Medal with foav Chaps. 

191 Ll»Ccianel Boaa sarasd the eampaigna of 1811, 19, 13, 14, aad 15 with the 99Bd, mdnding 
the actioiu of Arroyo de Molino, taking of Alsaaraa, defence of Alba de Tormes, battle of 
Vitloffi% afldr at tha pace of Maya, battlea of tha Pyrenees, wounded in the left kg by a 
B«ha8»haU| battlea of tha Nivalle and the Niva^ taking tha Heighto of La Costa, battle of 
Orthe% astloa at Aire, battles of Toulonse^ Qoatra Brae— wounded in the left foot by a mnsket- 
hallt mA battle of Waterloo^— wounded in the right ana by a moahet-balL He has received 
tha War Medal with six Chaps. _ 

189 Iaaat*Gaikael Fks liaarioe ioinad the Bifle Brigade In the Penlnsala aa a Volunteer in 
181 It aad awvad lo tha «4 €l Iha War, teriwliag tha aMff «f tha MtU at TMxadaa, tha aatlon 



89 War Servicei of the lAeuttnanuCoUmeh. 

of Sabaffftl, battle of Famtes d*Onor, liegvs and aisanlu of Ciiidad Bodrigo and Badgjoa, aellMi 
at Sad MilaD, battle of Vittoria,— tkirmiAbipg in advance he there with two Biflenen took the 
Urtt gan captured that day and secured Beven prieoners $ pnrtaed the enemy to PampelaBA 
nnder the walla of which their lait gun waa taken ; the baulea of the Fyrt neea, carrying the 
heighta of Ecbalar and the fortified paaa of Bera; d^^endtd an orchard in front oi Arcangeee 
for a whole d^y with one Subdiyiaion; k^attlee of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with thoae 
near Bayonue on the lOib, 11th, and 13th Dec. 1813; the brilliant action with Sonlt'a reev- 
goard at Tarbea, and the battle of Toulunae, besidea nomerona minor afikin. Served alao Ihe 
oampaign of 1815, led the advanced guard at the battle of Qnatre Braa, where he had the honour 
of firing the iirat shot. I/eg broken at the atorminir of B^dajog. and aeverely wounded in the 
thigh at Qaatre Braa. Btfoeived the Hanoverian Order; the Waterloo Medal; and the Silver 
War Me«lal with eight Claspa. 

133 tit.-Culonel Young aerred with the 91at in the Peninmla, from Ang. 1808 to Jan. I8O99 
including the battka of Boleia, Yimiora, CalcaveUaa, and COTunna. On the expedition to 
Waloheren In 1S09; the Ptfuiaaular campaigna from Oct 1812 to the end of that war In 1814, 
including the batilea of the Nivelle, the Nive (lOth, llth, and 12th Defr), Orthea, Tarbea, and 
Toulouae. He haa received the War Medal with aeven Ciaapa. 

134 Lt.-Colooel During aerved in the Peninanla during the Conuina oampaign, and rahae- 
quently from the Utur pirt of 1812 to the end of that war In 1814, ineluding the battlea of 
Corunna^ Yittoria, Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthea, and Tonlooae, for which he haa 
received the War Medal with aeven Ciaapa. 

136 Lt.-CoIoDel Teunant served at the alege of Flnahing in 1809. 

136 Lt.-Colonel the Honourable Wm. Noel Hill aerved in the Bormeae war, in 1825 and 26, 
and wa* preaentin the actiona of Prome and Tend way n. 

137 Lt .C>ultn4 Irwin aerved in the Peninanla from April 1809 to Febw 1814, induding the 
capture of Optirio. battles of Talavera and Puentea d*Onur, aiege of Badajos, aiegeand atorm of 
Ciudad Rodrigo, aiege of B uinjoi and capture of the caatle by eaoalade (7th April 18 IS^ battle 
of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, battlea of Victoria and the Pyreneea, beaidee 
varioua afibtra and tkirtnishea on the advance and retreat of the army. Served alao tlie 
Kau'lysn campaigna of 1817 and 18 in Cevlon. He haa received the War Medal with nine Ciaapa. 

138 Iiient.-Colonel Goaset scrvtd in Canada in 1813 and 1814. 

H9 Lieut-C ilonel Harrison served in tbe Peninanla from Jan. 1810 to Sept. 1814, and waa 
pre^at at Cadii, Ula, and Tarifa. 

140 Lieut.-Coloael Wtight aerved in Spain from 1st Jan. 1810, to the 31tt Die. 1812, Inolvd- 
ing the defence of Cadiz, Furt Matagorda and Tarifa. 

141 Lieut *Coluners Bent's aervicea :— Expedition to Walcheren, and bombardment of FInali* 
ing; Pfuinsular campaigns from Oct. 1810 to June 1813, including the firet aiege of B«d4Joa, 
batde of Albohera, covering the second aiege of Badaj<>z, capture of General Oerard*a oorpa at 
Arrbyade Mulinna, ooverinir the third aiege of Badiyoa, retn^at from Madrid into Portogal, and 
the dtiferent affdlra connect«>d therewith. Severely wounded at San Munoa. He haa received 
the War Medal with two Ciaapa. 

142 Lieut -Colonel Jebb aerved in the lait American war. 

142f Lieut. -Colonel Boaiett waa actively employed in varioua operationa againat the Fireneh 
prior to his entry into the British aervice, and waa aeverely wounded by a bayonet throat in the 
rifiht aide of his neck, aud taken prisoner at the capture of Port Urbaoo. Served afterwards 
during the operatioos at Malta in 180a Served in Sicily in 1817 ; in Calabria in 1808 ; after 
which he wms tak«'D prisooer at t^e capture by the French of the Island of Capri. 

143 Lieut. -Colonel Giba ^ne sfrved throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-7, and waa preecnl on 
almost evrty occaattio in which th** trni pa were engajEcd with the enemy; and he had the oob- 
nand ctf and lei the charice of Cavalry in the dfcisive affair f»f tbe Qwanga, on the 8th June 
1848, when a Urge body of the enemy waa encounterf d and utterly broken, leaving npwarda of 
400 flead on th»* field, on which o<H»aton his sei vices were warmly acknowledged in the pnblie 
despttches, and his nam** pitrticularly mentioned in Geoeral Ordera. 

144 Lieut.*nulonel Sory terved in the Peninsula and France from Nov. 1818 to Maj 1814, 
induiing th(» sief^ of S«n Svbaatian, and paaaagea of the Bidaaaoa and Adour. lie haa leoeiwd 
the Sdver War Medal and one Claap for San Sebaatian. 

144t Li*'Ot.-Culor«e1 Gtfmston waa at the uking of Fort Konpan, lele of Timor, in 1811 ; 
b«pture ot J-iVtt, in 1812 } aiuck of Paiambani?. lale of S>imatra, and Samhaaa, lale of Borneo ; 
Algifra in 1816. Present at the Stirti** from Bilboa 15th May t the advanoe on tlM 28tb If ay \ 
and waa wounded at the defence of the liaea of San SelMatian 6th June, 1836. Ha haa raoeived 
the Milit «ry Wer Mi'dal with one Clasp for Java. 

145 Lient-Col nel John Harvey Stevens served in the Weat Indies, &0. in 1806 and 1807, 
durinip tbe ezp^ditiin to Walcberm in 1809. and waa engaged in aeveral flotilla afibira on 
the Scheldt served also at the sucoe^arul defence ot Cadis aud ot Tarifa in 1810 and 1811 \ 
was engaged in aeveral deiached operati«*na, particularly in one of a aevere eharaoter on tbe 
river Goadalqiiivpr. In 1813 waa employed on the ooaat of America, where he was engaged 
in an attack on Cmney Ulaod. and at the taking of Hampton and Ocraeuke nnder Sir 
Qegrge Cookboni. Served in Canada at the taking of Oswego, on whieh nnraaiiM hn wia 



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■lentioned in Sir Gofdon Bramnood's dcfpttehei. Bngagvd during a mx weekiT dege of 
Fort Erie, and was intmtted with the oonstmotion of a field-work for tha defence of the 
right of the poaltion on Chippewa Creek, which was menaced by a rery snperior force. In 
1816 he was on board the Queen Charlotte at the attack on AJgiers under Lord Bxmoathy 
hr whom he was detached to fire carcasses at the enemy's Tesscle within the Mole. He was 
also prtsent at the demonstrations before Algiers under Admiral Sir H. B. Neale. Lieut- 
Ool. Stevena is now superintendent of the Marine Artillery Laboratory^ which establishment 
originated in his propoettion, and was orfn^nixed by him. 

146 Lieot -Colonel Storks served as Assistant- Adjutant-General at the Cape of Good Hope 
during the Kaffir war of 1646-7. 

147 Lieok-Colonel T. C. Smith prior to entering the Army serred for a short period in the 
Kairy and was three times wounded. He served in the Peninsula from Jane 1813 to the end of 
that war in 1814, and was present at the affiiir of OrdaL He served also the campaign of 1816 
and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 

148 Sir Harry Oarell served with the 18 ih Roysl Irish on the China Expedition, as Aide-de- 
camp to Brigadier-G»neral Burrell, and was present at the first taking of Cbusan (Medal.) He 
served also with the 7th Dragoon Gosrds against the insurgent Bo«rs in South Africa in 1845 s 
also daring the whole of the Kaffir war of 1846-7, and commanded the squadron of his regiment 
at the Gwanga, on the 8th June 1846, and received two serere wounds in the charge and attack, 
and his charger wounded in five places. 

149 Lieut.- Colonel Mscbean served in the Peninsula and France, from July 1812 to Augutt 
1814, induduig the aflkir at Oima, batttle of Vittoria, both sieges of £ian Sebastian and 
capture of it ; passage of the Nivelle, lOih November, and actions of the Nive, 9th, 10th, 
nth, and 12th December, 1813. Served also the campaign of 1816, including the cavture 
of Paris. Served afterwards with the army of occupation until 1818. He has received the 
silver War Medal with four Clasps. # 

160 Lienu-Colonel James served in the Peninsula and France, from Oct. 1812 to April 1814, 
including the battles of Vittoria. the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes, for which he has received 
the silver Wsr Medal with four clasps. Served subsequently in the American War. 

151 Lieut. •Colonel Faber served with tbe 49 ch throughout the war with China (Medal), and 
was present at the first and second captures of Chnian, storm and capture of the heights above 
Canton, attack and capture of Amoy and of Chinhae, occupation of Niogpo, and repulse of the 
night attack, attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights or Segoan, of 
Chapoo, and of Wooanng, and investment of Nankin, 

152 LteuL-Colonel Bomaby served the campaign of 1815, indnding the battle of Waterioo. 

153 Lieut* Colonel Rochfort Scott served with the expedition against New Orlesns, and was 
msent at the'attsek on the American Lines on the 8th Jiin. 1815, and at the captnre of Port 
Boyer. Served afterwards in Prance with the Army of Occupation, from July 1815 to Dec 1818 ; 
and with the allied Anglo- Turkish force in Syria, firom Dec. 1840 to Not. 1841. 

154 Lieut.-Co]. Hemes served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

155 Lieut-Col. Bnoch served with the expedition to Walcheren and at the siege cX Flushing, 
in 1808; in tbe Peninsula from 1810 to 1813, including the sieges of Badsjos and Olirenfa, in 
1811 ; battle of Albuhera. actions of Faente Guinalda, 25th, 26th, and 27th Sept. 1811 ; sieves of 
Ciudsd Rodrtgo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca (severely wounded, and horse killed under 
him). Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray 
and capture of Paris. He has received the Medal with four Clasps. 

156 Lieut.* Colonel Alves verved tbe whole of the campaigni in Spain, Portneal, and France, 
of 1810, 11, 12, 13, and 14, with the 74th in Picton's division, without having ever been abnent 
firom It fur a single day, including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, 
ocoQpation of them, and subsequent advance in pursuit of Massena, actionn ai; Foralial, Bedinha, 
Foa d*Arouce. Guarda, and Sabagai, battle of Fuentes d'Ooor, siege of Badajos in June 1811, 
■etions at Bl Bodim and Ald^a de PontM, siege and storm of Ciodad Bodrigo, siege, storm and 
asealade of the CmUc of Badajos in March and April, 1812, battle of Salamsn^-a, capture of 
Madrid and the Betiro, aifairs un the retreat from Madrid to Salsmanca and Portugal in Nov. 
1812. subsequent advance and passage of the Ebro, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, 
the battles in the Pyrenees on the 27 th. 28tb, and 30ih July, battles of the Nirelle, the Nive, 
and Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle m. Toulouse. He has received the 
War Mtidal with eleven Clasps for Buaaco, Foentes d*Oaor, Ciudad Bodrigo, Badajos, Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive. Orthes, and Toulouse. 

157 Lieot -Colonel Arney commanded three companies of the 58th during the operations 
against the hostile natives in the Southern District of New Zealand in 1816. He commanded 
the troops encamped in the valley uf the Hutt and Porirua; and the 58th at the afCitr of the 
Hcrokeivi, when the en^my were driven back and dispersed. 

158 Lieat.-Colonel liaolean served with the 4Srd in the Peninsula from June 1812 to the end 
of that war in 1814. including the passage of the Huebra (carried the Begimental Colour), battle 
i^ Vittoria, action of Vera when Soult attempted to relieve S^n Sebastian, and again when tbe 
Alttas passed the Bidassoa) battles of the Nirelle (wounded), the Nive, and Toulonsew Present 
alio in thaaotioB before Now Oriaans on the 8th Jan. 1815, and lerred i^ la tha cwmpaign of 



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159 LiMit-ColoMl DooaldaoB Mrrtd in Um Penlnsak vMh tk« ft7lk, ton J«m IMt Id *•> 
««d of tli«l war In 1M4, inelodiag tbe itege ef B«d^i ia April XM 1, tMittlM Df Alb^ 

leo Ueia..Colo»d I/>i« Mired with the 7 Ulia Hie Peiiiiwul»,fraai Sepl. 181ito UMMdcT thd 
w \m 1814, indudfa^ Uie setioo at Carobo, lialtke of tba Nive, bafora Bayoaae (wondaAX Onbat, 
Aire, Tarbes, and Toulouse. Also the caqtpaign of 1816, iaeladinf the battle af Waicriaa. Ha 
haa feoaived the War Medal with four Claipa for NivaUa, Nive, QrtJhea, and Taaloaaa. 

IGOf- Lieat.-Colonel H. H. In'm.^ aenred in the Ameiiean War in 1814*16< 

161 Iiaat,«CaloaMtBirtwhiatlaiarfadtheeaaApaigaofl814iBtlie8authn<Fi«Mawlth 
Aleo iha eampaiga of 1815, iacladinc tha battle of Qaatia Braa (tUcht^y w aa nd ed), latoeal aa Ika 
17th Jane, and battle af Waterloo (eevereljr waanded). 

163 Lieut-Colonel Algeo served in the PeoinsuUt with the 77th from A«ff. 1813 «• Iha aad af 
tha war. 

163 Liaut-CohHiel Graham served at the siega of Flashing in 18€0, aad afterwaida hi Hm 
Faatasak, ineladiag the bloekade of Bayoana. Sahnqaeatly in tha American war, iaoladlav tha 
aatiaR at BkdeiMbttrf aad eaptara of WaahiagtoDy action near Baitimofa, and Ihaaa in PpaM of 
Now Orleans on the SOth Deo, 18)4, aad 8th Jaa. 1816 ; also ait tha tahhig «if Port Bowy«^ 

164 Lieut.-Colouel Black served the campaign of 1816, iadodiag tha battles of Qnaiva Braa 
ami Waterloo, alwhidb hwl be was slightly wooa<iad. Also ia tha campaigaoa thoBatlq) (Xadal), 
iaahidiat tha baltles of Baddiwal, Aliwal, aad Sobraeo* 

166 lisnt-Coloael Waymooth served in the Peninsula with the 3ad Ufe Gaards ftom Nov. 1313 
to tha end of that war in 1814, inoludiag the battle of Viitorla, Invaatment of Pampelaaa, and Iha 
haltlas of the Pyreaees. Also Iha oampaiga of 1816, inoliiding the aetioa of Qaatra Bna, aaaar- 
ing the retreat on the 1 7tb June, and battle of Waterloo. Severely wounded aad lakea pviaaaary 
whMi ehaifiag the French cairaMieri al Waterloo. He has reoaived the War tfadal viih two 
Clasps Ihr Vittnria and Toalousa. 

166 Lieat..Ooloool Glbaan served ia the Paninsahk with tha 1st Light laAmtrr battaHaa of Iha 
Kia^ Qaronan Legion, from Aug. 1813 to the end of that war ia 1814» iaeluding the aisga eCflha 
Hahasllia, anaotion in the Pyreaeee at tbo parage of the BidaaHa( wounded), aad the sahssqiisal 
aalloaa in which the left whig of iho army was engaged. Served also the campaign of 1816, aad 
vat prassnl al the battle of Waterloo. Ho baa reoaived the War Medal with two Claapoi 

167 Lieut-Colonel Morse-Cooper served the eampaiga of 1814 aa a Volunteer from Ite B. V. 
CoBega wllh Iha Boyak, and waaprsaant at the inveataiaat of BayoiKie aad vspalsa of lbs amtie. 
Alao tha campaign of 1816,iacludh« tha battlm of Qaatre Braa and Waterloo. A1m> sstved «fth 
tka nth Light Dragoons at Iho sisga aad capture of Bhnrlpora in 1836-6» aadar Lard Caas- 
havaMva^ where ha volunteered Ibr the dianoanled Cavalry stormiag party. SUghtly wauadad al 
Bayonne, and sevarely al Waterieoy having received flva wnaads. Has rsoaivad tha Waisriaa 
Madal, aad a Modal Ibr BNurtpora. 

163 Ueat.«Coload Jaaaoey ssrvad on the aspedilioa to Wa l e h e i ea ia 1800. Sohseqasatly in 
tka FMtaaala from ^aly 1813 to June 1814, laclodis« <be battle of Caatalla, siega of Tamifaim, 
tatieal from theaoe^ its second si^(e, retreat from Villa Fraaea after tha battle af Iha Paai tf 
Oadall, aad investmaot of Barcaleaa ia 1814. Bapediiloa to Naplm hi 1316. 

163 Lieut-Coinaal Pmchal served in tha PealMala with tha Sad Line battaUon of tfra KIm^ 
German Legion, from Oct. 1813 to the end of that waK in 1814, iadadhig the battlea of tha Bivjla 
and Iflve, iarestOMol of Bayoaae on the 37th Feb. 1814, aad subeeqaoiil opsratiaaa balbra that 
frill sm. Servadaleothacampaignof 181fi,aadwaa alQaalTB Bras, attached to Sir Heniy Cl^aa, 
aa tfra 17th Jone^ aad at the battle of Waterloo. Ha Ims received the War Medal aad two Clmpi^ 
as alsa the Haaoveriaa War MedaL 

170 Liaul.ColoBal Gould served with tha 76th on the expedition to Walcheran aad atlha sisfaaf 
Fhmhi^ hi 18QB. Peninsiilarcampaigas from Jana 1813 to the ood of that war ia 1814, hieludii^ 
Iha sisfa of San Sabastiaa, actieo of San Mardal, pamage af tha Bidaraoa, battka of tha Bivatte 
aad Ntva, aad all the oparatioaa round Bayoane. Served afterwards in the Amarkaa waiv aad 
wm p easant in tha action at Ftettsbarg. Ho has lecoived the War Medal with two CiMM frr 
Bivalla aad Nlvo. 

171 Ueut..Coload do Lacy served with the 48th Bagt. ia tha PeahMular war hi tha baMa af 
Bawru, liaaa at Torvas Vedraa, pureuit of Marshal Mansena, drst siega of Badiyoa, batUm aC Attn. 
hera, Vittoria (wounded;, and the Pyreaem (S8ih Jaly to 3nd Ai«. 1813), earved savaa yoma hi 
Jaasriea and Iha Wemladiw. He baa received tha Wsa Medal with fear Claspa. 

173 Liaat.«€olaaalCafaia served ia the ITepaal eampaiga of 1816, aad ww present ia aattcA at 
Jadghai^ la tim Oeacaa war of 1817 aad 18, including tha action at Jhuhhulpors, wharw ha 
carried the reghnental colour of the 17th in tha attaek of tho heights defaadsd by tike Araba. He 
was Mider of Brigade al tha asaaalt and eaptara of Bharlpcro, and was prmsnt dar^ tha whole 
oflhesiaga; vroaadsd by a grapa shot bi tha lafr Ibol whilst ehargiag tha eaamy'a gam oa ilw 
*ky of Iho captarai Ho eeastaaaded tha Orsnadiwa of the 33tk at the capt ar s af 
(MaM) 6th 4aly 13dlK mid was BrItWi GomaiMaMr, aad MBIIwy M^iaMta af 

hbAfrilBdl. Mahaabf teAiatoanaBwiaPMgiauMMfrlof htei 



War Servieei of &e Lieutenant'ColoMU. 85 

tbo p r w en t period, ba?iiig left India in 1840 with the China expedition ; and he is now employed 
ae Colonial Secretary and Auditor General of Hong Kong. Hee receiyed the Indian War Medal 
with two Clanpa for Kepanl and Bhar^>ore. 

179 Lient.-Colonel Seargill serred with the 9th at the defence of Tarila, from Hay to Dec. 1811. 
Also in the Sonth of France from March to May 1814, including the blockade of Bayonne and re* 
pulse of the lortie. 

174 Lieut.«Colonel Lewie lerted in the Burmese war. 

175 Lieut. -Colonel Fiqucaae haa served in Spain, France, Italy, the MeditarraneaOt Jamaica, 
and India. In 1814 he was with the Austrian Army |n Italy and at the sorreiider of Qenpa. He 
waa in seTcral affairs Iq Ats di^ring the Burmese War : also at the storming of Bhortptre. In 
the Spanish service in 1835, 86, as I4eut.-Colonel on the Staff, and has received tliQ Cross of St. 
Fernando ; ajso the War Msdsl for India with two Clasps. 

176 Iiei)t.-Colonel Ains worth served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and suhsequently in the 
Peoiatula, iiieiudUig the battle of Fiiaqtes d'Onor, and^nd siege of Bad^yos, a«d buttle of Nivelle. 
Served also the campaign of 1816, and wss present at the battle of Waterloo. He has t^ceived 
the War Medal with three Clasps. 

177 Liei|t,«Celonel Clarhe has reesiTed the Military War Medal fat Quadaloupe* 

178 Lt.-Colonel Wliitoomb assisted in cutting out three Spanish gun-boats from uader the 
lira of a battery, io tlie boats of H.M 8. Btlffor, Commanded the detachment of mwinfs In the 
flag-ship of Sir P. Maleolm in the expeditioa to the GbesapeidL and New Orieans; was present 
at the attaah 09 the Amerieaa PlotlUa in the Potonuie, at the eapime of Waehiagiaa, defeat of the 
Ameriean anay befose Baltimore, sod the opvatiiins hefeve Ifew Ortavu. Fraeaeded |o China 
in H. M. S. Blenheim ; landed with the marine battalion at the attack and captare of the forta 
and woshs at CbuauMe i assisted at the attack of the Annn^oy forta by the BUitkHm and 
JfeJailb, upon which occasion the seamen and maiinss were landsd, and the three ferta oarried in 
mcoassiiin 9e wm teoood in command of the marine battalion a| the capture of the heights of 
CaatQn» the seeond capture of Chosaa* and at the aitaeh and eaptara of the fen and city of 
Chtehae. At the attack on Amoy by the BlenAeim and Welleiiey, Major WhUcomb landed hi 
eommaad of the mayines, when the epemy were driven trota their guas» and tise feitiftsM>ns, 6cc. 

captured* 

179 l4t.*Colo9cl 9oidyea aanred with th« 74th Highlandars in the Katfr wv lax 18^. 



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War Services of the Myors. 

1 Major Rote accompanied the 78th to Holland, and waa present at the lortie of NlflMgnt'^ 
and in leTeral other engagements on the Waal. He served afterwards with the 87tli» At th^ 
attack on Porto Rico, and capture of Surinam, and in the Brigand War in St. Lneifti Also la 
South America, and was present at the siege and capture of Monte Video (where he seated the 
walls in the command of three companies), and captured a staad of eolonia, and leeBred a qoaa- 
tity of arms : at the attaclc on Buenos Ayres he roceived three wouads, one of whieh carrtod Us 
left eye out of its socket. He accompanied the regiment to the PenlnsiUa ; botp firom the state of 
his wounds, was obliged to return to JBngland. 

2 Major Lepper senred in the Peninsula with the 24th and was present at the battles of Busaoo, 
Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria, Pyrenees (severely wounded), and Orthes, and at the siege of Ctodad 
Rodrigo, for which he has received the War Medal with six Olaspa. 

8 Major de Brem served the campaigns In Germany from 1702 to 1800 : in Egyp^ ia 1801 ; in 
Naples in 1805 ; in Calabria in 1806 ; in Egypt in 1807 ; at the taking of Isehia In 1809 ; at Hm 
siege of Santa Maura in 1810 ; at the defeat of the French in Sicily in the same year ; in Hia 
campaigns of 1811, 12, IS, 14 in the Peninsula and South of France. Severely wounded la Ger- 
many on the SOih September 1796 ; and again at the battle of the Pyrenees on the IMHh July 1813. 

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

6 Major Thomas Wilson served the Egyptian campaign of 1801. Also in the Penlneala with 
the 28th and was present at the battles of Busaco, AJbuhera, and Vittoria (sevetely wooaded), 
for which and for Egypt he has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

6 Major Cliristopher Wilkinson served the campaign of 1700 in Holland, under the Dvlie of 
Toric. Accompanied the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805, under Lord Cathcart. 

7 Major Sandbam served the campaign of 1700 in Holland, including the aotioos of tha 27tb 
Aug., 10th and 10th Sept., and 2nd Oct Expedition to Copenhagen hi 1807 ; to Sweden, and 
afterwards fo Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore in 1808-0 ; subsequently to WaldMren, 
in 1800 ; the campaign in Holland, in 1814 ; and in Flanders and France hi 1816, Sndodhsg Hm 
battle of Waterloo. 

8 Major J. W. Henderson served with the 8th West India Ri^ment at the c^tnre of ttie 
Danish West India Islands in 1801 ; and was afterwards present at the suppression of the mnttaiy 
of that regiment at Prince Rupert's, in Dominica. Served Yith the 3rd West India Regiment at 
the storming and capture of Mome Fortune in St. Lucia, and at the eantitre of Tobaoo. Jolaad 
the 50th after the storming of Almaraz, and served in the Peninsnla and France «ntu the peaee 
of 1814. Severely wounded in the head at the capture of Aire, on the 2ttd March 1814. He has 
received the War Medal with four Clasps for Pyrenees, Kivelle, Kiye, and Orthee. 

Major tbc Honourable Sir Francis Stanhope served in the Uth Foot at the siege of Flashing 
in 1800 ; and with the 1st Life Guards in the Peninsula and South of France, and was on tlie Staff 
at the battle of Toulouse, for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Cla^. 

10 Major Edward Jones served as Adjutant of the 77th aft Waleheren In 1800 ; and la llie 
Peninsula fit>m July 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, ineludmg the aotkm of El Bodon, also 
the sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoa. Severely wounded at tha stormiag of 
Ciudad Rodrigo. 

11 Major Lowry served with the OOth at the capture of Java in 1811, for wUeh he has received 
the War Msdal with one Clasp. 

12 Major Adair served with the 27th in Sicily in 1810 and 11 : In the Peafaisuk and Ffm«oe 
from 1812 to the close of that war in 1814, including the taldng of Aleoy,eoTerin( the retreat fram 
Biar, battle of Castalla, siege and subsequent blockade of Tarngona, and actions aft Villa Franas 
SuiMoquently in Flanders and France, including the occupation of Paris in 1816. 

13 Sir Trevor Wheeler served in the Penhisula with the 16th Light Dngooas from June 1810 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the pursuit of Monona from the Unas, aatlona of Poai- 
bal, Redinha, Foi d*Arouce, and Sabugal; battle of Foentes d'Onor, actions of Llerena asd 
Castrejon, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgoa, battles of Ylttoria, the Hivrile, and Hie 
If ive, 0th to 12th Dee. Served also the campaign of 1816, inoloding the battle of Waterioo. Sir 
TVevor has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Fuentes d* Onor, Balamsnea, ^ttotia, attd 
KiYcUe. 

14 Major Here served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the Gold Medal. 

17 Major Goate's services : — Expedition to Germany in 1806 under Lord Cathcart; atofmii^ 
the heists of Soril, siege of Fort Bourbon and capture of Martinique in 1800 \ Nepaal war In 
1816, and was engaged on the heights of Muckwanpore 16th Dec. ; capture of Hattraae la 1816; 
MahrattaaadPhidareecampaignsof 1817and 18; Barmeie war In 1826 and 26. 



fFar Smnoa of ih^ JUtgan. 105 

18 M$iar Nod aenred In St. Domiiic* ia 1706» 97f and 889 vate Geo«tk Bojfir tad Sir 
Brant 0Miioer| Md «m wmiodsd tn tha right tUgb, wboi tti« f^oieh attaAad the CmdoB off 
Poftta. farred alio at the cH»te« of Locto, TrtMHO> md tiie coloplei ol DtPMWfa, Biwinlbo^ and 
Berbi€«« 

19 Mijor SbflNT lervfid ia tlM Peniatala with iha 84th from July 1808 to Doe. 1811, and ftom 
▲ngoot 1819 to July 1813, iadadinf the battteo of Botaeo, Albvhm, Arroyo de Mdlno, Vlttoite 
•ad Maya in tho Fyreneti. Be haa raoolvad the War Medal with three Clispt fcr Boaneo, AUm- 
hera, and Vittoria. 

81 Major Begbie served fai the Peninsula with the 82nd from Ang. 1808 to Not. 1800. la* 
dadiag tb» oaptnre of Oporto and battia of Talafera, Ibr whidi ha hat reodYod tiie War Medal 
with one daep. 

88 Major Maophenon aenred ia Baaorerin 1606 and 6; at Buenoe Ayrei in 1807 1 In Portogal 
and Spain from July 1808 to Jan. 1800, indnding the battles of Boleia and Vfantofa; action at 
Lugo, and battle of Corumuu With the expedition to Waleheren, and siege of Flushing, whoM 
ha waa wounded i the Peninsular oampdgns from May to Dee. 181S, induding the battle of Sda- 
manoa, where he was sereidy wounded. He has recdved the War Medal with four dasps. 

28 Major Hartman served In the expedition to Hanover in 1805-6 ; at the siege of Copenhagen 
in 1807 i in fiwadeo, Portugd, and Spdn in 1808-0, iodudhkg the advance and retraat of the 
army and in the battle of Comnna. Bxpedition to Wdcberen, 1800 ; subsequent campdgns In 
the Peninsula and France, including the defence of Tarifa and aflhir of Oasas Viejas, battle of 
Barrosa, acUoas of Arroyo dd Molino and Almarea, battles of Vittoria, the Pyreneea (86th, aoth 
and 31st July), Pass of Maya, Nivdle, Nive, Bayoane, and Orthes ; affair at St. Palais, and 
battle of Toubuse. He has recdved the War Medal with dght Claspe. 

24 Major Piockney served with the 86th on the expedition to South America, induding the 
taking of Mddonado and siege of Monte Video ; in the Pentaisula from June 1808 to May 1800, 
includLng the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, for which he has received the War Medal with two 
Claepe. On the expedition to Wdcheren In 1800 ; recdved the flag of truce at the outpost at the 
attack and capture of Ter Vere ; present also at Middleburg and Flushing. 

25 Major Mackay served with tbe 68tb on the expedition to Waleheren, and at the capture of 
Ftebing in 1800. Also in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, faidudlng 
tbe batdii of Balamanca, retreat from Burgos, and battles of Vittoria (wounded in the bead), tbe 
Pyimeee, the NiveUe, and Orthes, for which he has recdved the War Medal with Ave Claspe. 

26 Major Aubhi served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1811 to the end of the war, Includhig 
battles Of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 26tb, 28th, 80th, and 81st July ; Nivdle, Nive, 0th, Uth, imd 
latb Bee 181 3» besides many other minor actions and akirmishea. Sevei'dy wounded through 
the left side, hi action at Couchez, 18tb March 1814. Served subsequently In the American war* 
Ha baa recdved the War Medal with five Clasps. 

88 Mi^or William Seward served with the 8th in the Penbuuk; from Aug. 1606 to Jan. 1800, 
and waa present at the battle of Vimiera ; on the expedition to Wdcheren in 1800 ; and subsa* 
quently in the Peninsula, induding the defence of Tarifa, battles of Barroea (wounded), Vittoria, 
amd tbe Nive, and blockade of Bayonne. He has recdved the War Medal with four Clasps. 

80 M^or Stack served b» the Peninsula with the 84th from June 1800 to Feb. 1818, and again 
from 8nd Dec. 1818 to the end of that war in 1814, induding the battlea of Tdavera (wou^ed) 
and Bnsaoo, actions at Bspind and Fos d'Arouce, repulse of a sortie at Ciadad Rodrlgo, battle of 
galam^p**?, capture of the Betiro at Madrid, taking of the hills and outworks before Buigos, siege 
of Buigoe and stoimlag of the breaches (severdy contused), various skirmishes with tbe rear- 
guard and covering party at tbe bridge over the Carrion on the retreat, and battle of Orthes. 
where be waa aeverdy wounded by a ball, which shattered the left elbow-joint, and occaslonea 
anputatkon of the arm. Served eight years in Canada, and recdved a severe contudon on the 
head in 1880, what on duty. He has recdved the War Medal with five Clasps. 

30 Major Clements served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ; subsequently on 
the expedition to South America ; the campaign of 1808-0 in Spain, and extra dde-de-camp to 
Sir Jo^ Moore at the battle of Corunna. On tbe expedition to Wdcheren in 1800 ; the Penin- 
solar eampaigna from 1810 to 1814, Induding Cavares and Merina, Salamanca, Begar, Vittoria, 
Vallay of Bastan, and the Pyrenees. He has recdved the War Medd with three Clasps for Co* 
rannai Vittoria, and Pjrranees. 

81 Ma|or Boyle served with the expedition to South America, including the siege of and aortle 
frooa Monte Video, and atorm by the enemy of Colonla. Served alao in the south of France from 
Dec. 1818 to the end of that war in 1814, including the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the 
aoitle, where he recdved a contudon on the left arm. 

88 Major Harrlaon served In the American war. 

S3 Major Hooper served in the Peninsula from 1800 to 1811 — when he was sent to Bngland on 

aacount of hia woundap-and waa present at the battle of Busaco, lines at Tones Vedras, skirmishes 

on the retreat of Maaaana, actiona at Campo Mayor and Bdla Castd, font dege of Badajoa, taking 

of OUw^ and battia of AlbuhMa, where he was severdy wounded through the dienlder In a 

haige. 

84 M^ofWiUataaarvadlnthaPeBinBulafromiaiatotheendof thewar, Indading the dege 
and atorming of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Bad^oa from lOlh Jan. to 6lh April 1818; 
operatlooa near and blockade of Bayonne. He baa recdved the War Medd with two Claiipa. 



lOG War Senriees of the Migars. 

36 Major Cox seiTdd at Thcvanoore in 1809, and in ATa in 1626. 

96 tfajor Cbaiten aerred with the eipedilioa to fianoTvry imdor Isord-CatlMiai^ fai IMS^'tlio 
Waleberan expedition, in 180B ; and campaign in Holland, under Loid I^rnedodh^in 1814. 

38 Hiyor Handeock accompanied the expedition to Hanorer in 1805 ; Joined the army in 
Sicily in 1806, and was employed with iti various operationa ftom 1800 to 1810; went with the 
expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of behia and Procida ; retuned to Sieily 
and employed against the French army, in 1811. Served in Spain during 1813 and 13, iadadiag 
the bat&e of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, and affUr of Villa Franca. Also the eampaiga of 1316» 
and was seveiely wounded at Waterloo. 

30 Major Sutherland served frith the 7Snd at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ; 
and accompanied the force from thence to co-operate at the capture of the Isle of Ttmob In 1310. 

40 Major Gregory served in the American war in 1814 and 16, and eommanded a gnn-%oat 
hekoging to the notilla under Commander Owen, on Lake Ontario, ftnr which he recshFod Ite 
thanlcs of the Naval Commander-in-Chief. 

41 Msjor Wright served at the capture of Madeira, in 1808 ; and the'campalgn in the FsbIb* 
aula, under Shr John Moore, in 1808-9. He has recrived the War Medal with one Clasp for 
Corunna* 

43 Major Stewart served with the 86th at the reduction of Martfaiique, St Martin's, and St. 
Bostatius, in 1800: and of Gnadaloupe hi 1810, and again hi 1816. 

43 Major Crawford served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to July 1814, InducUng opsratlens 
of the covering army during the siege of Badajos in 1813, as a yolunteer 70th rogimant ; battle 
of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orth« (severe gun- 
shot wound). He has received the War Medal with four Claaps ibr Salamanca, Nivdie, Nlve, 
and Orthes. 

44 Major Baron served in the Penhisula from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. 

46 Miyor Colebrook served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. 

47 Miyor Bonamy served in the Peninsula with the 6th from Sept. 1813 to June 1814, Indndhig 
the batties of Nivelle, Nive, 0th, 10th, and 11th Dec., and Orthes. He has Mceived the War 
Medal with two Clasps. 

48 Ma|or Marshall served vrith the 91st on the expedition to Portugal in 1808, incladlng the 
battles of Boleia and Vimiera, adTance into Spain and retreat through Oallida under Sir Joha 
Moore, action at Lugo, and batUe of Comnna. Expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Sahnquenlly 
in the Penhvula, indudiug the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, (36th, S7th, 98th, and 80th July), 
the Nivelle, and the NIyc, on the 9th, 10th, 11th, and ISth-Dec. 1813, iuTestment of Bayonne, 
and battie of Orthes. Slightly wounded at Pampeluna, S8th July 1813, and severely at Orthss. 
He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

49 Major Manners served in the Peninsula with the 69th from Aug. 1818 to May 1814, iadad- 
ing the battie of Vittoria, siege and storming of San Sebastian in Aug. 1813, battle of the Nive on 
the 9th, 10th, and 11th December 1813. Wounded at the storming of Bhnrtpore on the 13lh 
January 18S6. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

60 Major Cooke's serrioes: — See page 110, note 2. 

61 Mijor B. P. Browne served the campaign of 1816 with the 1 1th Dragoons, and waa ptescnt 
at the battie of Waterioo. Also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere, 
in 1836-6 ; and was a Yolanteer for the dismounted cavalry storming party. 

63 if ajor Moore was present with the 8nd battalion of the 87th in nearly every action in which 
it was engaged, the greater part of the time as adjutant, including the battie of Talavera (wounded 
in the ri^t thish, where the ball still remains), defence of Cadii during the whole time, battts of 
Vittoria (two horses shot under him), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes (horse shot), Vic Blgorre 
(wounded), and Toulouse, besides various afkirs of out^poste. Served also the Mahratta "■^p*^ *! 
of 1817 and 18 ; and in the Burmese vrar, in 1886 and 86. He has received the War Medal with 
seven Clasps. 

63 Ma|or John Clarke served in the Penfaisula item March 1809 to the end of that war in 
1814, including the battles of Oporto and Talavera, lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Arvoyo de 
MoUno and Ciunpo Mayor, battie of Albuhera, siege of Badajoz, battieaof Vittoria, the P y ru uuj 
(from 86th to 31st July, and Sod Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nive (9th and 19th Dee.), 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 down by a 
Polish Lancer, and taken prisoner, but made his escape in a charge of cavalry. He baa reerived 
the War Medal with eight CJasps. 

64 Ma|or Sheppard served at Walcheren hi 1809, and in Canada from March 1814 to Dae. 
1816, indudiug the actions at Chippewa, Lundy's Lane, before Fort Erie, and tlie attack on 
Snake Hill. 

66 Mdor Richardson served hi the Peninanla with the 11th from Aug. 1809 to Oct 1314, l»- 
eluding the battie of Busaoo, the sulisequent retreat of the army to the linea iMflbiu Liabon, lh« 
advance and pursuit of the enemy when they broke up from Santaram, blockade of Almehla, and 
battia of ruentes d'Onor. He has recdved the War Medal with one Clasp for Buaaeo. 

67 Mi(ior Tattoo served in the Pednsnla from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war fai 1814, and 
present at the blodcade of Bayonne. 



ffar Services of the Mafors, 107 

M Major Jwkaoa lervad In the PeohiBala from Dec 1800 to 1814, and was severely wonndrd 
tbroogh ttie left breest and in both arms at the battle of Albuhera. Served tnbsequently in the 
Ameriean wsr. He bat receivcii the War Medal with one Chap. 

69 Major Robertson served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the 
siege of Flashing. Also at the tailing of the Kandian country, in Ceylon, under Sir Robert 
Brown rigg. 

60 Major Rivers landed at Passages in Dec. 1813, and joined the light division in Feb. 1814 ; 
took charge of a diviston of the boats fitted out at Socoa for the pa<sage of the Adour ; then 
joined the force for the siege of Bayonne. Embarked for America in 1814. 

61 Major Wood served the Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot 

62 Major Buchan served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the reconnoitring of the 
position before Antwerp, action at Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp. 

03 Major Lowe served with tlie 16th Lancers at the siege of Bhurtpore in 18S5-6, and was 
wounded. 

66 Major Warbnrton served the Nepaul campaigns of 1817 and 18, and subsequently in the 
, Decoan, including the capture of the Port* of Rhyghur and Asseeighur. 

67 Major Lynch served at the siege of Flushing. At Malta and the lon'aa Islands under Lord 
Wm. Bentinck. At Genoa and in the south of France in 1814. At the siege and capture of 
Bhurtpore, add was wounded at the assault 18th Jan. 1826. 

68 M^or Wright served in the American war. 

69 Major Boyd was employed in the Peninsula and South of France from March 1819 to the 
end of that war in 1814, ind was present at the siege and storminj; of Badajoz, siege of Bororos, 
battles of the Nivelle and Nive, passage of the Adour, where he was actively employed in laying 
down tlie bridge of boats ; investment of Bayonne, affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle 
of Toulouse, at which last he was wounded on the hip by a 12-pound shot ; and he was wounded 
in the tliigh at the storming of Badajoz. He has received tlie Silver War Medal with four Clasps. 

70 Major Joseph Smith served with the 27th in Sicily when Murat threatened it with invasion ; 
and for nearly three years in the Peninsula, including the battle of Castalla, and the attack at the 
Col d Ordal. 

71 Major M'Pherson served the campaign of 1813 In Holland, including the actions at Merxem 
and bombardment of Antwerp. H^ served with the 99th in operations against the Natives in New 
Zealand, and was severely wounded. 

72 Major Pascoe served in the Peninsula and France from Aug. 1809 to Feb. 1814, including 
the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive, passage of the BIdassoa, and other opera- 
tions; sieges of Badajoz (first siege). Forts of Salamanca, Bui-gos, and San Sebastian. Army of 
Occupation from 1815 to 1818. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

73 Major Spiller served at Walcheren^ and was present at the siege of Plusliing, and the attack 
and capture of Ter Vere. 

74 Major Montagu served at the siege of Dantzlc, in 1813; also the campaign of 1816, 
including the battle of Waterloo and captiure of Cambray. 

75 Major Newman served with the 14th at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore In 1826-6. 

76 Major O'Neill's services : — Expedition to Wulcheren and siege of Flui»hmg ; capture of the 
Isle of France ; Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, including the capture of the Foru Slngfaur, 
WoMOola, Poorunder and Sholapore. 

77 Major Campbell served the campaign of 1814, in the south of France, including the 
hivestment of Bayonne. . Served also thriinghout the Burmese war. 

78 Major Poyntz served in the Peninsula as a volunteer with the 80th, from February to 
Novembw 1811, including the occupation of the Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Maasena, 
actions of Sabugal, Almeida, and Barba del Puerco, and battle of Fuenies d*Onor, for which ha 
has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

79 MMJor Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 53rd from Aug. 181 1 to the end of that war 
in 1814, indnding the siege and capture of the fortified convents at Salamanca, battle of Salamanea, 
siegs of the castle of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Toulouse. 
8e?enly wounded at Pampeluna on the 26th July 1813. He has received the War Medal with 
fife ClHSpe. 

80 Major Codd served with the 48th, in the operations against the Rajah of Coorg in 1884. 

81 Major Wilkinson served with the 13th throughout the Burmese war, including the landing 
at Chediiba, storming the Stockade, and capture of the Island ; aflhir at Kumaroot, storming 
seven Stockades at Kumaroot, attack and capture of Syriam, actions near Rangoon, on the 1st, 
5th, and 7th Dec. 1824; storming of Kokien (wounded); expedition to Bassein, and capture of 
Neirrais, Bassein, and Lamina ; actions at Sembike and Napadee, storming of Melloon, and battle 
of Pagahm Mew. He ul«o served throughout the campaiipis in Affghani!»un from 1838 to 1842 
inclusive, including the expedition to Glrbhk, storm and capture of Ghnzn^e (Medal), storming 
of the Khoord Cabool Pass, affair of Tezeen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the fort <? 
Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jelinlabad, and sorties on the 14ih Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, 11th 

. March, 24th March, and 1st April, 1842 ; general action and defeat of Akbar Khan before Jella- 
Isbad on the 7th April 1842 (Medal), in which action he commanded the centre column after the 
fail of Colonel Dennie. Commanded the 13th in storming the heights of Jugdulluck, in the gene- 

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108 War Services oj the Majors. 

tJi BOtion qF TezeeOf tfn 1 at tha recapture of Ca^joo! (Moial ), for which heJiai recafved the Com. 
paaioQship of the Buth. 

82 Major Wade served throughout the campaigns in Aifghanlatan from 1638 to 1842 Inclusive, 
—he was Adjutant of the 13ih at the atorm and capture of Uhnznee (Medal), and Major of Brigade 
at the aaaault and capture of the town and lorta of Tootumdurrah, atorm of Jhoolgliur, nigut 
attack at Baboo Kooah Qbur, destruction of Khardurrahy and assault of Perwandurrah. 
Present with the 13th at the storming of the Koord Cabool Pass (wounded), affair of Tt-aeen, 
forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khan, herofe defence of Jellalatxid 
and sorties on the 14th Nov. and Ist Dec. 1841, 11th March, 34th March, and 1st April, 184*2 ; 
general action and defeat of Akbar Khan before Jellalabad (Medal), atorming the beitfhta of 
Jugdulluck, general action of Tezeen, and recapture of Cabo«)l (Medal). 

83 Major Greenwood served on tl.e China ezpeditiim (Medal). 

84 Major Ferdinand White served, as a CapUin, in the 40ih, throughout the operarlons In 
Caidahar and Alfglianistfin in 1841 and 42 (Medal), and also at the battle of Mabaraj|K>re (Metlul). 

85 Major Bond served i^ith the 6drd Regiment in the Sntlej campaign In 1M6, and wa» 
present at the affoir nf Buddiwal, and in the actions of Aliwal and Solnraon (Medal and Ctaap). • 

86 Major Kenny aerved in the Peninsula, from June 1813, to the end of the war, including ihe 
action at Osma, battle of Vitioria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, pa-^asge of the Bic^^a 
(severely wounded above the left hip) ; St. Jean de Luz, and the series of actioiia betwi en the Otli 
and 13th Dec. 1813 in front of the intrenched camp near Bayonne. Served also In Ava, and was 
present in most of the operations throughout the war. He has received the War Medal and thre« 
Clasps for Vittoria, San Sebastian, and NIvelle. 

87 Major 0*Gnidy was present with the 62nd in the operations In 1814 against the Tttmik In 
retrvat ivom Loglioru, including the atfairs of Savona and Spezzia, forcing their poaltions on 
the heights of Neroi, and capture of Genoa. In the ssme year he served in the American wir, 
and waa present at the capture of Castiue. He served with the 48th at the capture of Cooiig In the 
Bast Indies in 1834; in command ot the left wing of the Queen's Royals, during the campaign of 
1844-5, in the Southern Cunctn and Sawant Warree cou^itry, including the Investment and cap- 
ture of the Forts of Monohur and Munsuntosh ; and on particular service In the KafKr w«r (South 
of Africa) durinir pirt of 1846*7. 

88 Major Haje served the Sutlej campaign of 1845 6 with the 3rd Llffht Dragoons and waa 
present at the battlts of Moodkee. Ferozeshah, and Subraon ( Medal and Cla<q>9). 

88 Major Tew served with the 50th in the battle of Punniar (Medai). Also the campaign of 
1845^ on tlie Sutlej (Medal and three Clasps) including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeabah, 
Aliwal, and Sobraon (dangerously wounded). 

90 Major Hind served with the 45th Regt. in the Kaffir War. 

01 Major Pearson served at the siege of Bhurtpore, and was a volunteer for the di<moitnted 
eavttlry storming party. He served also in the action at Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal), 
and in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and 
Sobraon : at Aliwal he commanded the right wing of the 16th Lancers, and snbscqaently the 
regt., aff al»o at St-braon. 

92 MMJor Longworth joined the 40th earlv in 1842 at Candahar, and served with It la 
Aff'ghsnistan, and was present in the engagement* of the 30th August at Goalne, and 5th Srptem* 
ber before Ghuxnee, the occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool, and therarious 
minor affkin in and between the Bolan and Khyber Passes: Medal Inscribed "Ohaznee and 
Cabool." He served also the campaign of the Suilej in the 31st, and was present at the t>attli« of 
Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and S ibmon, throughout which last he commandid the 
Reglmeiit, and had his horse shot under him,~he whs one of only live officers out of thirty wlio 
cscuped being wuaoded in all the actions : Medal and three Ciaspe. 

93 Major Long »enred the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal and three Cla«|>«), in the 50th, 
including the battles of Mooilkei* t wounded), Ferozeshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

94 Mi^or Waugh served the Mahntta campaiim with the 1 0th Lancers, inetadfngtfae bartle 
of Maharajpore (Medal), 29th Dec. 1843; also as Assist.-Qoarti*r-MastcrGent*rml to Sir Rany 
Smith duriiig the campaign of the Sutlej (Medal and one Clasp), including the battlca of Buddi- 
wal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (wounded). 

90 Major Beckham served the Peoinsular campaigns of 1612, 13 and 14. 

97 Major Perclvnl Brown served with the 41st In the Burmese war in 1824 and 85. 

98 Mijor Beuder served in Canada from Dec. 1808, to Jan. 1815, and was present In the 
action of Magudga, taking of Detroit, taking several Block -houses on the Miamle Rlter, actions 
at the River Rabin and Miamie, st>rming of Sanduskey and Fort Nbgara, engagement of tod 
Jan. 1814, actions at Black Rock and at Buffalo. He hsa received the War Medal and ona Clasp 
for Fort Detroit. 

99 Maijor Myliua served with the 96th throaghout the China expedHTon (Medal), and was 
present at tl»e fliat capture of Clinaan, the operations before Canton from the 24th to the Slst 
May 1841, at Wooaang. Shanghse, Chfai KlMUg Poo, and Nanking. 

lUO Major Mackay served with the 2Ut Fuailiera the campaign of 1807 in Eirypt. Made 
pris >nor of war in un engagement with the enemy in Calabria 16th June 1809, and detained as 
sueh until 14th May 1814. Pra«n; at New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815. 

101 Ma^or Ci-eajh serve 1 In the Anglo -Spanish Legion, and was engaged on the heights of 



•^ ff^ar Services of the Majore. 109—1 1 1 

Arlaban in AlaTa, on the 19th, 17th. and 18th Jnnnary 16S6, besides Beveral other a£Fh!n. He 
was also employed on a Particular 8er?ice in Canada at the oatbreak of the Rebellion in 1837. 

105 Major Scott was at the deatraetfon of two ships of the line in the Bay of Cette, 26ch Oct. 
1809 ; in action with the French fleet off Tonlon, 19th July, 1811 : in the aeiion at Nayarino. SOtb 
Oct. 1827. 

103 Major Gray served thBoughont the Barmese war. and was engaged in the attack on the 
enemy's entrenched position near Rangoon, storming the stfickacies at Kokein, Tantabain, Pan- 
lang, Denobiu Pagoda, capture of Denobiu, tiie entrenched position near Prome, Malown, and 
Pagahm Mew. Serred aUo In Scinde and Beloochistan from 1839 to 1842. 

1U4 Mujor Prior served in the Peninsula witli the 1 1th Dragoons, and was present nt the battle 
of Salamanca, and various outpost affiiirs. Served also the campaign of 1815; commanded the 
sklrmislies of the 18Lh Hussars on the 17th June, and received the first fire of the French army 
on that day; present also at the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. He has received the 
War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. 

106 Major Tinling served with tlie Idth at the capture of Ranpcoon, 11th May 1824. 

106 Major Murray served in the Kandian war in Ceylon in 1817-18. 

107 Major Bourchier served in Frani'e with tlie army under tlie Duke of Wellingron from 1816 
to 1818; and In Canada during the insurrection in 1838 and 39, and was employed at Prescot, 
aoder Colonel Young, in organizing tlie Militia of that section of the Province. 

108 Major John Bolton served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, and was present at the 
Btegv of Rhygfanr. 

109 Major Lloyd served the campaign of 1815 and was present at the battle of Waterloo, 
talcing of Cambray, and capture of Paris. Served one campaign latter part of 1826 agamst the 
Bajah of Kolapore. Also the campaign in the Southern Mahratta Country in 1844 (including the 
itorming of Punella), and that in the Conean in 1845. 

1 10 Major Barnes served at the capture of Fort Anjar In Cutch 25th Dec. 1815; the Mahratta 
campaigns of 1817-18; eacalade of the Fort of Bhooj in Cuich, March 1819; siege of Ras-el- 
Kymali and Zyah In Arabia, Dec. 1819; escaUde of Dwarka Ohamandel» Dec 1820; action of 
Beui-Boo-Ally in Arabia, March 1821. 

HI Major Riley was in an engagement with a French squadron In the Mozambique channel 
drd July 1810 ; served the Nepaul campaign of 1814 and 15. 

112 Major Fynmore. previously to entering the Royal Marinen, served several years as mid. 
•hipman in the navy, and was at the battle of Trafalgar and at Buenos Ayres in 1807. In 1800 ' 
and 10 he served in the Great Belt in command of a gun-boat employed in the protection of our 
convoys, and was engaged with the enemy's gun and row-boats. On the night of tiie 1st of Aug. 
1810 cut out three merchant vessels under a heavy fire of field-pieces and muakery. Six weeks 
detached from H. M. S. Vanguard the same year, to intercept the communication between the 
Port of Rostock and Wismar ; assisted at the capture of a convoy of five sail, and drove on shore 
and destroyed an^imned row-boat. In 1816 he served at Algiers ; and In 1821, 22, and 23, in the 
West Indies, and was engaged with piratical vessels on the coast of Cuba, five of which were captured. 

113 Major Johnston served with the 49th throughout the whole of the operations in China, 
except the capture of Sef^onn, and was present at the attack and capture of Chusan (boih 
operationa), atorm and capture of the heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy and 
Ciiinhae, occupation of Ningpo and repulse of the night attack, attack and capture of Segoan, 
Chspoo, WooBung, and Chin Kiang Foo, and demonstration before Nankin. 

lU Major Deverell served the Doccan campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18; in the Persian Gulf in 
1810 and 20, including the capture of the Arab fortresses of Raa-el-Khyma and Zyah ; and hi the 
Burmese war, from Nov. 1825 imtil the peace in 1826, Including the capture of Donabew, attacks 
oil the height near Pronie, of Maloon, and of several stockades. 

115 M^or M*Mahon served with the 9th Laneers in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, and 
«M present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

lit! Major George Francis White served the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6, with the 31st, 
including the battles of Moodkee and Ferozcshah, for which he has received the Medal and one 
Clasp. He was afterwards present at Buddiwal. 

117 Major Seagram served with the 45th in the Kaffir war of 1847. 

118 Major Driberg, prior to entering the army, served five years and a half aa midshipman in 
the royal navy ; in 1808, 9, and 10 ou the East India station ; in 1812 and 13 in the blockading 
■quadrons off Flushing, Cherbourg and Tezel, and in the Baltic. In 1815 he served as a volun- 
teer in the Kandian csmpaign in Ceylon. 

119 Major Ward served with the 9l8t in the Kaflh" War of 1846-47. 

120 Major Stokes served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Burmese War (Medal) ; and with 
tiie 39tb Regt. in the battle of Maharajpore (Medal ). 

121 Msjor Prendergast served throughout the Burmese war, and was present at the taking of 
I^roma, stormhig the enemy's works on the 1st, 2nd and 5th Dec 1825, and 10th Jan. 1826, and 
battle of Pagam Mew. 

122 Major Howorth was actively employed in Canada during the Rebellion in 1837-8-9; he 
•^rved also m the Kaffir campaign in 1846. 

133 Major Tudor served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Burmese war (Medal) . 
124 Major Watson served during the suppression of the Rebellion in the KanlUn Piovlnces, 
Idaod of Cetlnn. \n 1R4«. and was nreaent when the insuraents were defeated at Matole on the 



112 



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OENBRAL8. 

■8. rije.ComberiBere, 
OCB, 4- QCH, do. Sa»t 
JndUi 

Trcd wAjClark* S919ov .4 1 do* 

• Hugh, VUc. Qoush, G CB. 
S March 43 E.Itid. 

9 Sir ChsrlM J. Napipr, 
<7C*ir.O March 49 do. 

9 SO Sir Wm. Maynaid 

Gomm, KCB. M Stpt. 60 

do, 

9 m H. Fffftf. Hardinge, 
66*A. SBfrpl. IBM. &r 
f«ii|9 M A« <« to Com 
mand of Err Ut^tttif't 
Arwty, 



UBirr.-OENERAL8. 

Cmmt Wallmoden, KCB, 

81 Jan. IS Contkneut, 
M flO John, Lord 8eatoii, 

QCB. ecu a. ecH. 

Julf , S6 

Oypor ^ Louver Canada, 

MRUHon. Sir Ed. Blakemj, 

0CB.^ QCB. M Aug. S6 

/i gland. 

Ttao.Boto^ nNoT.4l B,J. 

Sir Hoptou Stratford 

Bcoit, KCB. do. do, 
IPO. JfoTf .^fTweeddala. KT. 
CB. 15 Apr. 4% Majdra$ 
a IQI B<r W. M. Oomm, 
KCB., 99 Jttlj, 

Mauritiua. 

1846. 9ir«T. JbMfliMfici. 

ll.8.0>bom« 

Bir Ja*. L. Caldwall, QCB. 

O. Carpenter 

Bir Da*. Lefghton, XCH. 

Jai. Welah 

Sir Jaa. RuMell, JTCB. 

Martin While 

Rich. Podmert 

Sir Bob. Hoviloni, KCB, 

Jn. Oreewirtel 

M. L. Pereira 

Oeo. R. Kemp 

John Munro 

J. A. P. Macgregor 

BIr J. Pmidennwt 

Sir Wm. Rlehardt, KCB. 



Boberi J. Laiur 

Jerry f. Dyaoii 

Sir John Uovecon, KCB, 

Alex. P»ir, CB. 

D.M'PhtfMn 

Sir J. L. LiMhlnguw, OCB. 

Wm. C. Fraaer 

Wtt. Gilbert 

■ Ml Bir H. O. W. Bmith, 
Bf. OCB. 8 Sept. 47 Copt 
^fQ^od Hopo. 

9 Ml Wm. Rowan, CB 



ft June 40 
9B</ JohnOref, KCB. 

96 Oet. 60, Bln«< Indim 

9 Wm. Wood, CB. KB. 

14 Mar. 61, Wln^nMrrf 

miB Xieira n f Xuimmdt 

■ Bir Ricbard Armtirong, 

CB.9Ma76l, Kastlndiu 

1961. 11 Not. BbiflntflM. 
B. Bennett 

JUcn. ^rnMn 
A. Aadfwt, CB, 
Jae. Ahmntj 
OJf«Uod,CJI. 
W. iw^l^th. CB. 
Menem Boyn 



John Minnei 

J. P. Salter, CB. 

Patrick Bjren 

E. Cartwright 

H. Q. A. Taylor, CB. 

Arch. Watson 

Ja«. Durant 

Brook Bridget Parlby, CB. 

Hen. Hodgton 

6'<r R. Hen . Cunllflie, B<. CB. 

John Truteott 

John Woolfe 

E. H. O. Shower* 

P. W. Wllion, CB. 

Jn. H. Collette 

Patrick Cameron 

Jolin Carfrae 

Rich. WmI 

Oeo. Jaekfon 

S. Good fellow 

Jae, S. Fraser 

P. De la Motte» CB. 

Hen. Huthwaite 

T. Wilion, CB. 

Oeo. Swinef 

Sir O. PeUoek, GCB. 

A. LindMjr. CB. 
SirWalterRaleigh 

Oilbert, Bart. GCB. 

B. Frederick, CB. 
Oeo. B. Brooki 
Peter Lodwfek 

J. Morte 
Sueton.H. Todd 
John Brlgge 
Uarr> Thornton 
J. Kennedy, CB, 
Bnj. Roope 

C. W. Hamilton 
B. P. Walen, CB. 
W. M. Burton 

Sir W. H. Whltb, KCB. 

O. Hunter, CB. 

R. C. Andr^ 

O. M. SlcMrt 

Mark Cubhon 

8. R. Strover 

Horatio T. Tapp 

Tho. Bhnbrick 

Wm. H. Kemra 

Thomas King 

Thomaa Morgan 

Oun^'sn Macleod 

Wm. Cullen 

David Barr 

BirJ.H. Littler, 0CB. 

Wm. Vincent 

Thomae Marrett 

J. A. Hodgton 

Tliomat Hen. Pant, 

Biekiel Barton 

H.T.Robent, CB. 

P. FarquliarMMi 

Biffht Bom. Sir H- FoC- 

tinger, Bmrf. GCB. 

Govgntor^ConrntaH" 

dor 'in' Cki^ mi 

Mmdrmt 
R. TlckeU, CB, 

BO B0n, Oeorge Oatbcart, 
80 Jan. 69, Cmpo of Good 
Bopo. 



OOLOKEta 

Pm. Raw. Cbeeney 

97 Nov. 84 Atia 

W.Wjlde, CB. 10 Feb. 87 

Spain 
H. H. Roee, CB. 17 Not. 40 

Spria. 
■ BO Oeo. Macdooald, 84 

Dee. 41 W.CoaitofAfritM 
T. Monteath Donglaa, CB.^ 

A.D.C. to tho q^ftn, 4 

Oct. 49 B, Indie* 

O.P. Wjmer, CB., A.D.C. to 

tho QiM«n,9S Dee. B.Ind. 
Wm. Pattle, CB. A.D.C. to 

tlUOuoOH 4July4S S-Jnd. 
John Oeo. Bonner, 

10 Not. 48 B./nif. 
•Bdward Hay. 1 March, 44 

Bmtt India Compmn^a 

DopSimt Wartetf, 
Sir H. M. Wheeler, KCB. 

A. D. C. to tho Qnftn, 

8 Apr. 46 Battlndtf* 

O. E. Gowan, CB. A.deC. 

to the tlmom, 19Jnnc40tfe 
P. Monteomerie, CB. A. de 

C. to th4 Qneen, do. do 



MAJOR-OENERAIB. 

Bi. Bon, Sir Oeorge Arthur, 
Bart, KCB, 99 Dec. 87. 
Upnor {Smttada, 
9 Sir Tn, Coekbom 

lOFeb. tt,BaA«mni 
910BirH. O.W.Smilb, 
Bmrt, OCB. 7 Apr.46. 

Bm$i IndioB. 
9 BO Henry SonefMl, CB. 
KB. 16 May 61, 

Co!^ ff Good Bope. 



Nov. 1846. BaU Imdio*. 
Jamet Stuart, CB. 
Cliarlet Ovant 
William Henry Hewitt 
J. Home 

O. Wm. Aylmcr Unyd, CB. 
Fran. Ualeman 
Alex. Tulloch, CB. 
Arch. Bniwn Dyce 
Fred. BucUey 
J. Wbeeler CleTcland 
Rob. Blackall 
David Capon, CB. 
Wm. Donald Boberteon 
Duncan 81m 

Oeo.Henry MacKinnon, CB. 

16 June 48 Kqff>aria 

Pbtter Sulker, CB. Aido- 

dt'Camp to tho Queen, 

7 June 48 BaU Indiot 

Chnttopber Oodby, CB. 

7 June 48 B.Indio$ 
NIrbolaa Penny, 

CB. do, do. 

9 Aug. I860. Bm$t Indies. 

Patrick Grant, CB. Aidt' 

dO'Camp to the (Juem 

99Ang.l861. St.BeUna. 

Tho. Gore Browne* CB, 



J. 8. Hawkthaw 

14 Dee. 96 Ctnnmmt 
L. A. Nortbey do. tf*. 
Jas. Ormtby 98 do. dm* 
Hon. J . Browne do. do, 
V BO Bir Wm. Vemer, Bt, 
98 Dec Connnent, 
J. ILUdney do. Be. 
Juiila Shell, CB. 

9 June, 87 PerHa 
Rich. Wllbmham doufo. 
O.P.CMMroo, CB.de.ito. 

B. H. D. B. Napier, 

17 Nov. 48 PmH. Scr9. 
T W.O. M*Nlven, do. d0. 
FraneJt Fanani, II Mar. «t 

Ferotm. 
O.Buith, CB.9S DecBL/«tf. 
F. Blundell, CB. do. do. 
J. Cam|ibel1,CB. do. do, 
W. F. WllUamt 8 Mar. 48 

Tar hop ^ Poreim 
A. T. ReM, CB. 4 July a. 

B./nir. 

C. WnddlngtoB, CJf . do. do. 
M. Stack, CB, Bo. do. 
W. Wynie, CB, do. do. 
W. J. Browne, OB, do. Be. 
P. F. Story, CB. do. dm. 
A. Woodbttm. OB, do, dm. 
J.OttCram, CB, do. dm, 
J.O. Drummond. 88 Apr. 44 
Hope Dick do. do, 
Wm.Maetier,CB.do. do, 
Joe. Nath, OB, do. Be. 
J. Aleiander do. 
J. T. Lane, CB, do. 



UEirr.-C0L0NSlJ8. 

H. PHnetRenm 

80Dee.l8Ofn<taewi 
BIteell Harvey, JTir. 

i6Mayi8CbiaiiMM 
J. F. Fallon, Jrir.84 Nov. 86 



J. F. De Boiib 




19 Jan.96 Oomtinont 


B. Hawkthaw 




16 June OtitMiienf 


Antb.8.1Ung8Auf. 


Be. 


Hen.RoberU 5 Oct. 


Be. 


Andrew TUt Itdo. 


do. 


Aug. Meade 19 do. 


do. 


ifeit. J. Walpole 




96 do. 


do. 


Donald Maek«y do. 


do. 


Anlh.R«Bpl«r 




9 Nov* 


do. 


9 Fletcher WUkle 




8u da 


do. 



do. 



8 Apr. 46. Maoilndiio, 

Hugh Bibbald,CB. Ban.liB. 
US. Bird, Ba 

W. U. Wake. Bengal Inf. 
David Blriell, do, 
T. Polwbele, do. 
J. H . Handeeomb. do. 
R. J. H. Btreb, CB, do. 
F. Brind, CB. Bm^sI Art. 
Geo. Campbell, do. 
P. Innet, Bei^ laf. 
H. B. Smith. 1 May, 
Boeruitimp f^ & /. Cbb 
mt Bri^A 



19 June 46. Emoi tmdUo, 
W. J. Tbonpeon, CB, Ben« 
gil Intewry 
BIT B. M. Lawimtw, JT CB. 
BaasalAfft. 
J. P3radfDfd,CB.BngX:a». 
B. Y. ReiUy, Beng«lSnc. 
O. 8. LtwiuMM, Cb7|M»- 

. . gat AH. 

J. Aagelo^ Bengal Car. 
C.Of*n^CB Btital AH 
H. M. Oravea. Beagai Int 
A.Jaok OB, do. 
J. T Lmlie, CB., IS 4wdf 4? 

JL I. Cm,t ^ 

H'mrlop 



7Jnotl848. Mmot ind. 
J. C. Todor, 4B Bei^ 

N. I. 

O. C. PooMoby, it ItiMtt 

L.C. 
r,B.OooUld^ 98 Bvngal 

B. Greco, CB, 81 Bombay 
K.I. ' 

G. FItrqwbarton, 8 Bongal 
B. I. 

O, Blood. Bombay Art. 

J. D. Ballett, CB. 8 Bmobay 

N 1 

J. naaie,81 Beagal V. L 



Local Rank. 



WJLOorll«ld.tl Bcnffil N.I. 
J. 8. htmom , Bomlmy Art. 
H. SL Jolim 1 Booitey B. R. 
T. P. Tftir,CB. S Buqal B,B. 
U* Otfktu, O^vvl Art. 
K. Hoftfordf do. 
J. Chriatie, S B«nt»l C. 

B. Nai/ier, Bcmcal £Bf . 

A. M, Brclier,01 Benfal N.I. 
J. Fordyet, Beofwl Art. 
J. P. PI«pojBg,M BcDftilNJ. 
H. T. Tuck«i, CB, a do. 
P. MaekctoB, CB, 14 do. 
P. Wht^tor, il U«agml L. C. 
W. Soott, Bomb 7 Eni* 
J. S. Hodgson, IS BciiitftlN.I. 
J. K. M'Caiulaitd, 70 Bengal 

.N.I. 
J. L. Moiralt, BengftI Art. 
P. Covcatry, BengftI L. C. 

C. Citett^T, 28 BengftI K. I. 
J. Msfdieiuie, 8 Beugftl L.C. 
O. :^t. P. Lftwrrace. II do. 
R. W.BooiH'r,4 BoinbftyN.I. 
&. WillMmt, 8 BengftI N. I. 
J. Hobioo, I Bombfty £. P. 
O. J. Mftnt, IB Bombfty N.I. 
Q. 8. TretaeobfterVf Bragftl 

Eagioeer* 
air RieliiBond C Shftke- 

ftpHir, BeagftJ Artiliery 
ft Aug. AO. East JndiM. 
J. a BeUaalii Bombfty N.I. 

U Aug. M. Ottomm^ 
l)Qminion9. 
H. C. Bftwlinaon, CB. 
7M»rchM. Addueombe. 
•Fml. Abbott, CB. 
11 Nov. 1851. SattlndieM, 
L. H. Siuilb, a Bengal Cftv. 
W. Cupbiftn, Bombay Art. 
P. AnMMtber,6'JB. Had. Art. 
A.J.Hadflcld,a7Mftdf«a N.I. 
F. W. HMida, « Mndrae E.R. 
A. VUmkm, 48 Xftdrat N. I. 
F. Jenklna, 47 Bengal N. I. 
J. F. Bird, at Mftdnu N. 1. 
O. M. C. amy th, 8 Ben. Oftv. 



MAJORS. 
Bmestt Bntim de 



ff08ept.C!Mtfiiiml 
8ft. Bank^ 10 Aog. W 

Cmtinmi 
Ckft.Irrln« 91 Sept. ^. 
HcvryLigbt 98 do. da. 
O.TltoBrtoo 9 Nor. do. 
B. Ltttyena do. do. 
E.H.Ou«kii«UedA. do. 
TtetPlpOB lado. do. 
Robert Abbftf do. do. 
p. D. Feltowaa do. do. 
Cb. UftMBB SO Not. do. 
■ J. Rfttoey 14 Dc lie. 
W. FbSppft do. d!e. 
W,0.8pooaeraado. do, 
Ww* Tkomaoa, 98 Dee. 28 

Wm,W.6iiraiBeaodo. do. 
Pra. SL Bllot do. do. 
R. Axford, 180et.a8 Hoe. for 
S. In. Oamp.at lAoorpool 
JoiMi LAnghteoaJaae Pertio 
Ed. Pftt. Lyacb, do. do. 
Cba. H. CburchiU 17 Not. 40 

p,a. 

•L.C.A. IC^er, 98 NoT.41 
Cav. l>€pot at Moidttont. 

T. Seftton, CBA Oct. 49 E.I. 

H. P. BMm do. do. 

E.R.Mainwftrfng do. do, 

A.O. P. J.Yoangbnaband 
do. do. 

€S€o.BftU Mac- 

Grcgor, CB. do* Aff" 
ghanmtm. 

J. BiBlkettCraigie^CA. 

mioo.4AM.Ind. 

J.tmt^CB. do. do. 

P. A. Raid, CB. do. do. 

WJkmAv*otkpCB.4io. do. 



R.C.Uooro, CB. 

98 0«c.dS,&/iMf. 
D. F. Evftns, du. do. 
J. MftCftdam do^ do. 
M. F. WilhMighby, CB. 

4 July a JB. /nd. 
W. T. Wbltlie^ CB. do. lio. 
J. Jackson, CB. do. <lo 
A. Tucker, CB. do. do. 
W.B.a.Bleakint,CJI.do. do. 
My. Clftyton, 80 Apr. 44 E.I. 
SL. Cftutley do. do. 

PbUipHarria do. do. 

N. A. Parker do. do. 

P. B. ETftBt do. do. 

Geo. Tbomion, CB. 9 Aug. 

ReeruUing for tho B. i. 

Co. at Cork. 
George Hutt, CB. 

9 Jftn. 44 EoMt lad. 
Robert Hendcnon, CB. 

2d Jftn. 45. do. 
Joahuft Tftlt. CB. do. de. 
Wm. Mftjne, 28 Sept. 45 do. 
George Hftll Mftc Oregor, 

CB. 11 Nov. 45 £. Indiu 

8 Apr. 48. BMt indies 
R. Houghton, BeiMftl Inf. 
J. L. Tftylor, BengftI Inf. 
W. B. Thomson, Beng. Inf. 
J. R. Pond, BengftI InL 
O. Jobn»ton, do. 
Pfttrlck Hay, do. 
R.T.Sftndeinftn, do. 
Henry Pftlmer, do. 
Datld Pott, do. 

G. H. Swinley, Bengal Art. 
A. Maedougali, Bengal Iitf. 

18 June, 48. Btut Indus. 
J. Turtoii, Bengal Art. 
F. B. Bui lean, do. 
Colin Troup, Beogal In- 

fftntry. 
A. L. Oftnipbellv Beng. CftT. 
M. B. LofUe, Bengal Inf. 
W. E. Bftker, Bengal Eng. 
R. Waller, Beogal Art. 
Ghft. O'Biien, BengftI Inf. 
W. S. Plllftns, Bengal Aru 
T. L. Hftrrlngton, Ben.CaT. 
O. 8eaton. Beogal Inf. 

9 Oct. 1848. East Indiss. 
W. F. Grant 

9 Not. 1848. Eait Indiss 
Tiios. Pauley Hay 

Henry T»nipler 

Wm. Geo. Lennox 

Wm. Rawlins 

Rich. Rodney RJcketU 

Cbft. Jfts. Green 

J. Tho. Smith 

J. Gvenaap Hume 

John Uptrap 

Jaa. SteTena 

Geo. Wright 

Geo. Tuntbull Mftnhftll 

John Byng 

Wm. Pitt Mftodonftld 

John Swftnawu 

Arch. NeU Mnclefta 

Gilbert Jas. Richardson 

Rich. Blood 

Ja«. Ramsay Bimll 

Jo*. Cosfleld 

Edir. J. Wation 

Allied BorradaUe 

Fnn. Forbes 

Peter MelviU MelTlll 

John Reftd Brown 

Geo. Monro Arthur 

Rob. Codriogton 

Geo. Bufthftm Arbnthnot 

Wm. Raeee 

Rob. Dennis White 

John PlaU 

Bei^. Crispin 

David Oantftlrt 

Wm. And. Ludlow 

Artb. Cole Spottlfwoodo 

Jo#. GimbftTO 

Jas. Templeton Brett 

Bob. Campbell 

(Ima. Null 



Chris. Simpson Mating 

Sam. Rich. Hicks 

Chas. Pooley 

Hob. Ganvtt 

Jas. Walker Bftyley 

John Hayne 

John Watklns 

Cha. J. Lewes 

Geo. Rich. Talbot 

Wm. Beaumont 

John t'ot«per 

J. £dmond«tnne Landers 

John Cumberlege 

Wm. Cftrtetton Ormsby 

John Hutchings 

Alei. Cor«e Scott 

DftTld DftTidson 

Tho. John NuthftU 

John Welchmftn 

Arth. KnyTfit 

J. Hen. Bowden Congdoa 

S. Prftser Hannah 

John Shepherd 

T. G. E. Oaminell Kenny 

Hen. Aug. Honwby 

Rich. Hall 

Alex. Maclrod 

Alex. B. Le Mesorler 

Cha. Broose Morion 

Rich. Angelo 

Kdw. J. Dickey 

Wm. Pergnason Beatson 

Willoughby Tretelyftn 

John Bftck 

J. Skftrden Rftmsfty 

Edwin Hen. Atkinson 

WilUftm HiU 

Jainea Ben well 

Wm. Brett 

Cba. Lucfts 

Hen. Willoughby TroTtlyftn 

Fred. Wm. Birch 

Robert M'NftIr 

Bulstrode B)grftTe 

John Cbft. Hftwes 

Geo. Sidney WUklnson 

Hen. Bower 

Sftm. Auchlnleck Grant 

Ghft. Frftn. Le Hardy 

Robert Garstln 

DsTld Archer 

Mich. John Rowlaadson 

William Hftlpln 
Cogiilil Glendwr Ottley 
John Blftxland 
John Hill 
Chft. Woodfftll 

Francis Dudgeon 
Gus. Cowper Roehfort 
John Gordon 

Hubert Mftrshftll 

John Wm. Hieks 

Hftmlyn Lavleourt Hftrris 
John LlddeU 

St. George Dan. Showers 

Cha. Moray Mftdeene 

Wm. Scott Adftms 

Rob. Nich. Fftunee 

William Stewart 

Henry Drummond 

Somerset James GroTO 

George Le Grand Jftcob 

John Grant 

E. Aiistrutber Pftrquharson 

Hon. H. Burrftrd Dalxcll 

Hampden Nicholson Pepp«r 

PhUlp Ooldney 

J. Clilcheley Plowden 

George Moyle Sherer 

Fred. Lewto Nlcolay 

Alex. Rob. Rose 

Edw. Darvall 

Wm. Hen. Atkinson 

Rob. Long bhawe 

Wm, Binfleld Wemysa 

James Pope 

Hugh Aug. Boscftwen 

Petvr Abbott 

Rich. Drought 

Wm. Russell 

Donftld Maekay Scoble 

John Jacob, CB. 16 Jan. 



113 

George Balfour, 8 Oct 47 
Fred.ConyersCotion,Madra8 

Eng.l 1 Oee.47. Bastlndiss 
Herbert B*iU.ISdw«ntos,C'JI. 

BengftI Army. 12 Sept. 48 

Lahors tsrritcrLts 

Rftnrey Terrick Combe, Ben- 

gill Army, do. do. 
Wm. Henry Kenny, h. p. 

81 P. 28 Mftrch 48. 

yen) Zealand 
John Pitt Kennedy, 14 Drs. 

24 Mar.4tf Bastlndiss 

7 June 1849. Bast Ind. 
H. Stiles, I Bombay E. P. 
H H. Lloyd, 72 Bengal N.I. 
J Abbott, Bengal Art. 

A. Wliealiey, 5 Bengal L.C. 
P. K. Duncan, Beogal Art. 
J. Lang, 88 Bengal N. I. 

J J . Hamilton. 88 Beng.N.t. 
J. W. H. Jamivson, 58 do. 
T. Moore, 8 Beiignl L. C. 
C. Cftmpbell, 42 Bengal N.l. 
E. H. Han, lu Bombay N.I. 
P. H. Sklnuer, 8 do. 
E. P. Master, Bengal Art. 
R. A. Master, 7 Bengal L.C. 
J. Ranuay, 85 Bengal N. I. 
P. Lloyd, 18 do 
O. Cautley, 8 BengftI L. O. 
T. Tap|), 1 Bombay E. F. 
J. G. Olas^furd, Bengal Eng. 
W.P.Robbins,l6 Bengal N.I. 
R. R. Kliileslde, Bengal Art. 
J. Clarke, 95 Bvugal N. I. 
Geo. Biddulph, 45 do. 
H. M. Duraod, Bengal Bng. 
Wm. AbercrombiOf do. 
J. D. Mftcpherson, 28 Bengal 

N. I. 
W. M. Gftbbett, Mftdraa Art. 

B. G. Austin, BengftI Art. 
M. Mackeozie, BengftI Art. 
J. R. We*l«m, Beugftl Kng. 
J. A. D. Fergttsoun, 8 Beu- 
gftl L. C. 

W. K. Warner, BengftI Art. 
G. P. Whlsb, 80 BengftI N. I. 
M. Dftwe*, Bengal Art. 
Chftrles Hogge, do. 
M. E.Slier«ii,12BengalE.R. 
T. W. Uicks, Bombay Art. 
J. F. Nembhftrd, 58 Bengal 

N. I. 
J. Abererombie, Bengal Art. 
S. Tumbull, Bombay Art. 
J. RimMy. I Bombay E. F. 
R. W. D. Uith, do. 
A.CuDningham, Bengal Bng • 
E. Wiggins, 52 Bengal N. I. 
J. N icholson, 27 Bengal N J • - 

7 June 1849. In tho 
Putyau^, 

B. J. Lftke, BengftI Eng. 

R. G. Tftylor. 1 1 BenftftI 1*0. 

C. Herbert. 18 BengftI N. I. 
14 June 1849. East Indies. 
Geo. Mftlcolm, 1 Bombar 

N.I. 
N. B. Cbambtrlaia, IS 

Bengal N. I. 
9 Mftich 1850. Bast Indies. 
Herbert BeivJ.£dwftrdes,<JI. 

1 Bengal E. R. 
17 April 1«50. Bast Indios. 
H. J. Stftiinus, 5 BengftI L.C. 

90 Mfty 60. East Ind. 
Wm. Grftiit Prendergaatt 8 

BengftI CftT. 
9 Aug. 1850. Bast IndUo. 
W. C. Campbell, 80 Bengal 

N. I. 
Charles Cheepe, 51 do. 
W. £. Muicaster, 84 do. 
O. CftTtnftgh, 19 Bi-n. N. I. 
:io Aug. 50, B. Indios. 
J. Roxburgh, 24 Sept. 50. 

Boermtkng for B. I. to. 

at Sewry 

J. S. Pftlon, 14 Bengal N.I. 

Feb. 61 . East Indies. 
J r\ ex Ttitifw.!* iA A.«« ai. 



114 

11 Not. 1S61. Emsilndim. 
JL Furqnhar, 6 Bombay N.l. 
F. KnyvMt, 04B«>iiKml N.l. 
W.W.Dunlop, 50 Mad. N.l. 
C. MiielMid» 48 Madras N. I. 
If. 8. Natbiit, «9 B*«n««l K I. 
C. A. Siawait, 16 Bumb. N.l. 
O. 8. Brown, X? Bomb. N.I. 
p. Bom, 91 Bengal N. I. 

E. Du Pre Townshend. Bdo. 
W. J. B. KnjvflU, as do. 
H. Cuttiin, 87 do. 

Henry Ljeil, 4S do. 

W. T. Boddaiii, « Mad. Car. 

J. PorbM. S Madras B. L. I. 

C. P. Liaidvt, 14 Madras N.I. 

O. Gordon, 48 Madrae N. I. 

W. U. Bu'ld, 81 do. 

J. Aleiandar, 8 Madras Car. 

N. D. Barton. 8 BenRal Cav. 

p. T. Freneb, «8 Bomb. .V. 1. 

B. Skipper. 7 Bombay N. 1. 
O.N. Prior. tfl do. 

T. nalrrll, 48 Benval L.I. 

C. Birdwood. 8 Bombay N.I. 
R. ChiUy, 4U Bengal N. I. 
J. WhUtier, 6 Madras Gav. 
W. .S. M«oU>ath. tfO Ben. N.I. 
R. Sbonreed, 8 Bombay Eo. 

L. I. 
J. Holland. 88 Bombav N. I. 

B. R. Bagsbawo, 7 Bei.nl 
N.I. 

O. Pope, 88 Bombay K. I. 
H. W Burl, 46 HfUKui N. I 
T. O. Kraser. 80 Bombay N.I. 
O. Wilson. SO do. 

C. Bocilton, 47 Boncal N. I. 
W. AndenoM. 80 do. 

£. Clulterbttck, 88 Madra* 

K.I. 
8. F. Maekantia,« Had. Ca?. 
C. Yates 48 do. 
J. O. B Milderson, 85 do. 
J. W. Rickards, 81 do. 
W. B. Qibb. 14 do. 
J. 8. Du Vemet, 8 Madras 

Bur. L. I. 
8. A. I^OQN, 84 Bengal N. I. 
Q. C. T. Stooktoy, 7 Bombay 

N.I. 

F. R. Baaeley, Benfal Art. 
H. Vetch, 24 Beagal N. I. 
O. Jackfon, 11 Madras N. I. 
H. 8. Waters, 8 Madras Oav. 
C. Basaley. 51 Bengal N. I. 
J. H. Hampton, 60 do. 

J. R. WakeBeld, 17 do. 
II. Kirke, 18 do. 
H. Prilchard, 8 Madras N. I. 
H D. Malttead, 78 Baofal 
K.I. 



LoomI RaniL 



8. H. PWbldge, 18 Bombay 

N.I. 
A. Da Butts, Madras Enf. 
P. Oalukell, Heagal Art. 
H. Aston, 10 do. 
S. LaodoB, 10 do. 
A. Park. 80 Bvngal N. I. 
K. Young, 50 do. 
A. R. J. 8winion, 88 do. 
J. Poweil, 88 do. 
T. P. Hlois, 11 do. 
J. Hum, 83 Bengiftl N. I. 
J. Pulton, A do. 

A. O. YoBi«, 48 Madraa N. I. 
H. J. McGeorge, 7 Ben. N.I. 
J. Wilcox, 4 do. 

H. W. Matthews, 48 Bancal 
L.I. 

D. Oraham, 88 Bombay N. I. 

B. 8. Sullivan, 4 Madras Car. 
Ponsouby 8uaw, 84 Madra* 

N.I. 
H. 0. Blogg, 7 Madras Car. 
E.T.Tiemey,88 Bvogal N.I. 
< '. Prior, 04 do. 
W. W. Apperley, 4 Bengal 

N. Car. 
W. Caniis, 15 Madras N. I. 

E. Vibart, 8 Beigai Car. 

C. Cooper, 83 Bengal N. I. 
J. H. Blunrhard, <0 do. 
W. CmM. 88 Madras N.I. 
John Bales, 40 Mad. N. 1. 
E. V. P. Holloway, 48 do. 
Stuart Bayly. 88 do. 

K. Hurvoyne, Madras Art. 
O. W. Y. Simpson, do. 
W. J. Martin, 8 Ben. N. I. 
O. W. Hamilton M do. 
J. De W. C.J. Moir. 88 do. 
W. C. Blreh, 5 do. 
M. Hyslop.&Odo. 
A. Barker. 1 Mad. Fas. 
T. Baok. 8 Madras N. I. 

C. Norgate, 18 Bengal K. I. 

D. T.Oaddy,70do. 

J. J. Lnsh, Madras N. I. 
U. 8. Watkin. 15 Bom. K. I. 
T. LaYle, Madras Art. 
T. M*Ooan, 6 Madraa N. I. 
W. Jervls, 48 Bengal N. L 

E. Baker. 88 Madras N. I. 
K. A. Onerin, 8 Bom. B. L. I. 
R. H. 8eale,80 Bencal N. I. 
C. 8. Raid, Bengal Art. 

E. Sundertand, Ban. Art. 
O. BrifffS. Madras Art. 
J. Maitland, do. 

M. Watts, do. 

A. J. Begble, Mad. Yets. 

R. Ramsay, 10 Bengal N. I. 

F. W. Barronghs* 17 do. 



a Apthorp, 41 BMgnl K. I. 
J. Oraham, 5 do. 
W. E. Andrews, 78 do. 
T. Jackson, 10 Bom. N. I. 
O. Timlns 84 Bon. N. I. 
8. Parr, 88 Bombay N. L.I. 
M. A. bhnekbiirgh, 40 Ben. 

K.I. 
W. H. Nlehdletts,88 da. 
O. Pulljamas, 8ft Bom. K. I. 
H.O.Shvppard. 10 Mad. N.I. 

B. H. Warden, 5 Bom. N. I. 
P. C. Marsden, 80 Ben. N. I. 
J. Y. Bnook, 88 de. 

A. C. Uewar, 87 do, 

C. Brown, Id do. 

J. W. 0<iales, 6 Mad. N. I. 
a. P. Rlckeita. 1 Ban. Cav. 
T. M. B. Moorhottse. 85 

Ben. N. I. 
J. P. Porter, 1 Mad. Oar. 
T. T. CbrUla, 17 Bom. X.I. 

A. A. Drummond, 11 do. 
H. 0. Mor«e.8do. 

U. Green, 18 Madras N. I. 

R. QUI, 44 do. 

W. C Onslow, 44 do. 

W. K. Loekhart, 45 do. 

De Kensie J. Brett, 81 do. 

H. Colb«ck,4do. 

H. C. Brlggs, 81 do. 

O. Porsier, 40do. 

C. W. Uodsim, 10 do. 

W.H. Bickards, 14 Ben. K.I. 

C. J. Richardson, 57 do. 
J. K. Phibbs.41do. 

F. A. Williamson, 68 do. 

D. NIsbett, 58 do. 

J. Holmes, 18 Bombay N. I. 
W. Ward, Madras Art. 
U. Marsh, 8 Bengal Car. 
W. J. Morris, 8 Bom. K. I. 
A P.Maepherson.48Hen.L.I. 
J. M. Drake, 48 Ban. N.I. 
W. C. Stathar, 1 Boui. Gren. 

N.I. 
O.P. Tbomaa, 64 Beo. K. I. 

B. P. Bryant, 68 Ban. N. I. 
D. Wilkie. 4 do. 

A. H. Duncan, 48 Ben. L.I. 
R. Ouseley, 50 Ban. N. I. 
A. FliaOerald, Ben. Art. 
O. P. C. PltsgemM, do. 
W. F. Mearas, 48 Ben. L. I. 
a 8«ton Gttthrl*, Ben. En. 

C. P. Wilder, 6 Mad. Car. 
J. Kilner, Bombay En. 
W.K.Babington,17 Mad.N X 
O. Larkiaa, Bengal Art. 

O. Murray, 8 Ben. Car. 
O. A.ToUoch, 88 Mad. K. I. 
T. Quln, 4 Bio. Cat. 



R.R.W. Bnis,t8Ban.N.I. 
L.F. D. BM, 40b 
F. a MInebIn, 67 do. 
J. R. Arrow, 18 Mad. N. I. 
C Patlenson, 4 Ren. N. 1. 
E. Lawfofd, M dras Ea. 
W. Kirkman Loyd, do. 
T. Martin, 80 Bengal N. I. 
J. H. K^-nncdy, 47 Mad. N.l. 
B. MMrriott, 57 Bengal X.I. 
R. O. Taylor, 8 Baa. Car. 
16 Dec. 

1808. 

B. Ray«t Bengal Art. 

8 Jan. Etut imMitM, 

8. A. Abbott, 81 Bengal .\. I. 

86 Marrh Hm. 

0. T. Cbambarlainc, 88 Bra. 

N. I. t May de. 

C.J. Baeher,8Bcn.Cav. 

S0Oet.de. 

OIHeen of the late »t. 
Helena Reft, who bare 
local milk at St. Helena 
and Eastward of the Cape 
of Good Hope. 

CharlesDal]as...,14 i^«o.88 

X4e«#.-GelMMsl. 

C. R.O. Uodwn 18 Ang. 9 

Mmw, 

D. K. Pritchnfd..8l M«y«7 

T.M. Honter....81 Apr. 88 
G A« Oanlhafb 88 Apr. 88 
J. B. Spiner.... 8 Apr. 88 
O. Mo Mahon . • . .80 Apr. w 
A. A. Yonago.... 8 Ma) 80 
W. O. Kanoedy,.86Jaa. 88 
W. K. Ooraloa • .87 Jan. 88 
W. Mason tOet.88 



87 

87 

Bl 

81 



G.W.MelllM.,. 
M. J. Johnson . , 
8. F.Armstrong 
W. p. Sampson. 
C. 8. T. Bond • 
J. R. C. Maaoa. 
T. B.Knlpa ... 

T. 8. Baed 

J. B. Alexander 
O. U. H. Laatar 



F. R. Orsann....l7 
H. Marriott ....I? ism 

G. 8. Chaawlch,.t8 Dec. U 
a Frllehnrd ••••ti Una. BB 
F. M. Bnfeer ...,U Mar. 8» 



.14 Apr. 
.80 Ang. 

81 May 
.18 Sep. 
• 8 Apr. 
. lApr. 
.86 Nor. 
. 8 Ang. 

81 Jan. 
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YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. 

Hur Majinty's Budy tiuard. 
(IKSTITtTED BY HENRY VII., IN THE nL\R t485.) 



Curiam, — Colonel Lord De Ros. 
lAeutenant* — Sir George Philip Lee. 

JSntf^.— 9 Sff" George Houltoo,' Copt. h.p. 43rd Foot. 
Clerk qfthf Cheque and Ae^utant.—^ S23 John FitzMaurioe,' K.H., LieuL-CoL h.p. Unatt 

EjTOns, 

9 Hiii Sir John Kincaid,' late a Captain in the Rifle Brigade. 
Richard Phibbs,^ iate a Captain in the 49th Foot, 
William Lewis Grant, late a Captain in the 1th Royal Fusiliere. 
Thomas Parker Rickford, late a Captain in the 2Srd Fueiliert, 

140 Yeomen. 

I Sir Ocorgfl HovlUm wnred lo Ui« PtnlnsuU with the 4Srd Light Infkntry, throngh th« whole of the retreftt 
to Ooninna ander Sir John Moore in 1808. Served aleo in the Welcheren ei)>edUion in 1800. 6ub«equenilj In 
ih« Peiiiovala, IneiudlOK the retrent to the Line* of Torres Vedrae in 1810, puiKuli of HMsena, aciiont of Ponibniy 
Be4inha, CbmI Nora, Miranda de Corro, Foi d'Arouec, Sabagal, Castrrjon, San ChrlttoTal, San Munoi, and San 
Mtlnn ; baliUa of Fuentea d'Onor, Salamanca, Yiituria (aeverelj wounded), Pyrenees, NiTelle, Nive(Oih, 10th, 11th, 
Ithb, and 18th Dec. 1818), and Tovlouae ; alege and •lorming o< Ciudad Rodrigo, and taking of the outwork of that 
piaor. Fort R0}nard; and aleae and atonnlng of Badajta. Hag received ihe Silver War Medal with ten Claapa. 
fiwT«d In the atomittf of the Linea of New Orleana, and afterwards with the Army of Occupation in France. 

t Ueut^olonel FitiHaurice Joined the Rille Brigade In the Penlnxula as a volunteer, In 1811, and served to the 
^4 of the war, tncluding the afTiir at the Mill at Freizadas, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges 
ind assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and BadiOos, action at San Milan, and tattle of Vliioria— ikirmUhing in advance, 
br therewith two Riflemen, took the,/kr«( gun rai>tured thai day, and secured M>ven prisoners; pursued the enemy 
*o Pampeluna, under the walls of • hich their Uut gun was taken ; battles of the Pyrenees, carrying the helshis of 
Kchalar, and the lortifled pa^s of Bera; defended an orchard in front of Arcangues for a whole day with one sub- 
division ; battles of the NIvelle and the Kive, together with ihoce near Bayonne on the 10th, Itth and 13th Dec, 
MIS; the brilliant action with Sonlt's rrar-guard at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor 
tHUrs. He served also the caropaicn of 1818, led the advanced guard at the battle of Qoatre Bras, where he had 
the honor ot firing the llrst shot. Leg broken at the storming of Bad^Ji't, and severely wounded in the thigh at 
Outre Bras. ReoelTcd the Hanoverian Order, tba Waterloo Medal, and the Stiver War Medal with eightClasps. 

8 Sir John Kineald Joined the Rifle Brigade in 1809. and retired from It as a Captain in 1881. He served on the 
^slcheren expedition in 1800 j and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the retreat to the lines of Torres 
Vi'dras in 1810, o< cnpation of them, pursuit of Masaena, actions at Santartm, Pombal, Redinha, Casa) Kova, Pos 
ti'Anittoe (woundHi), and Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, motions near 1-uente Guinaldtt and Aldeadv Pome, siege 
and »u>rming of Ciudad Rodrigo^— was one of the leaders of liie storming party of the light division ; siege and storm- 
ii'f ot Badflijos, actions on the heights of San Christovai and at Castrejon, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
rtireattrom Salamanca, in which be was acting Brigade-Major to the l»t Brigade of thelitihi division ; actions at Sun 
MUMosandSan Milan, baitla of Vittoria, and three days' severe sknmisUing in following the enemy to Pampeluna, 
wliich ended in the rapture of their last gun by the Rifle Brigade: batttes of the Pyrenees, siorining ihe heifchts 
•*f iichalar, slormimi the fortified heights of Bera, battles of the Nlveile and the Nhe, together with tho>e near 
Bayonne on the 9ih, 10>h, llih, ISih, and 18ih Dec. 1818; action at Tarbea, and battle of Toulouse, besides nume- 
rous n<ioor affairs. Served also the campaign uf 1815, and was present at the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on 
tht* following day, battle of Waterloo, and capture of P. ris: at Waterloo hia horse wus wounded in five placet* and 
killed under him. He has received the Silver War Medal with nine Clasps. 

d Oiptaia Pfaibba was prtseal with the 48tta Regt. at tha atuck and capture of l^iorg (East Indies) hi 18S4. 



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THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN AT ARMS, 

The Body Guard of the Soverngn on all Public and SuUe oeeatume. 

(ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1500.) 
Captain. I Lieutenant, 

The Earl qf Sandwich, 37th Feb. 1853. | Sir Jmmet Tyler. 9 13 Mareh 60. 
Standard Bearer. — Ddvid James Haruinr, P 31 Jan. 48. 

Gentlemen at Arms. 



Edward Goodwin m Jiim49 

Stapleton CliarleB Cotton » 16 IKrt 49 

Charles Tyler Pl9Peh.dO 

Sir James Lanrenoe Cotter, Bt. p IS Feb. 50 

{Lmte of Vltk Rtgt,) 

William Topham ..^92 Uar. 50 

Edward Hay ward PSOApr. &u 

Henry Sbepkiard Smyth P 24 Aug. 50 

William Henry Taylor PS5 Oct. 6U 

(!«<# Captain A7M Aiyf.) 

Thomas Howard ....« P20Kof. 5<) 

James Fielder Peto P90 Not. 50 

Adolphos Geo. Finch Cotton . .pSI Jan. 51 

Charles Jam«s Cox pS5 Feb. 51 

Harkland Barn ird P 14 M sv :>1 

Ricliard Oater Ruach p 6 Aug. 61 

lid ward Sutherland (Capt^ h. p.) 26 Feb. bi 
Wm.Domviieaa/eCa|i/.2fM( F.) p Apr. bi 
Francis John Helyar p96 Apr. 5i 

Tiiomas Robert M'Coy* P 5 May 5i 

(|/fl« Copt, estk RegU) 

EdwanI Wilson Kenworthy* P84 May 5S 

{Captnknt late pf MmdroB iiniqf) 

Richaitl George Grange p 9 June 5i 

{Cnfftain, lat§ of Bengml Arwt^,) 



SI lk« 




James Morison PSl April2l 

John Banks p 6 Sept 90 

George Winchester P30 Jan. 38 

Asculapius Field P 4 Mnr. 38 

John Lewis Lamotte pSO Oct 41 

Francis WstU p 33 June 42 

9 John Blakiston* 8Dec.49 

John James Robinson p 20 Mar. 44 

9 John Henry Cooke* 2 Oct 44 

(Brevpt-MiO^r, A*P< Unattaeksd. flSrd Be^) 
Wm. Henry Brabazon Conner . .p 14 Nor. 44 

Peter R«lph Shield p 13 May 45 

Wm. Henry Mulock Holmes ..P17 Feb. 46 

George Kitson P 6 Nov. 46 

Richard Edward Daviet P 16 Mar. 47 

9 «» P. Percy Newll* P 1 Apr. 47 

{latt Major 9Ard Kegt.andBrottt Lintt.'CoUmeL) 

Wm. Maijoribanks Hughes • . . . p 1 Jan. 48 
(fa<« Captain ttt Dr, Ods,) 

William Alexander Tinkler . . . .P30 Jane 48 
OregoryGrantFooteMacdonald^ P 3 Not. 48 

Herbert Henry Rice p Nov. 48 

Francis Vanderlure Mills p 16 Nov. 48 

it4/tf/<ni#.— Joseph Skipp Lloyd, p 6 May 63. 
Har5iii^»r.— Samuel Wilson, P 34 Feb. 31. 
Sub-OJieere.^^ «« Lt.-Col. NeviU, 18 May, 48. 
9 Major Cooke, 24 June, 48. 
Searlet, — Facing Blue. J^efU«,— Messrs. Cos and Co. 

1 If^or BIskltton haviiif pSMed Ihrongli tha Royal Millturj Amdemf at Woolwlcii la IMM, bs 
to India ai a Cad«t In th* Bait Indta Compuaj'^ Sarrtea, aad waa appointed to the Corpc of Bnyl 
the Madras E«tablUhnMait, baliig then on half-pay as a Ueuteaaat kn H. M. Sarrioa. In ISOt ba ic 
thfl eampalfn affalnsl the Mahrattaa, and wa» enirs4«d to tha tattles of Atwaja and Arfaoas, and 
iiaffes and assaulu of Ahroednucfur and Oawllfhor. At the snpp r assioo of the mullnj at Vellort In ISOS 
he directed the auns bj which the gale waa blown open. In 1810 he acted as Chief Bnfinaer at the etpiarr 
of thr Itlend of Bourbon. Ravinir been emplojed lo reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of Praaee piev 
to the arrival of the expedition, he was Inarumental In disooTerinv the spot where the desoeai wai 
and, hevlng been appointed to the cberge of the Guides, he led the adranee of the Arm/ oatll the 
der of thet IsUnd. For his serrlces on the above oorasion he was nominated Bitra Aide de Ohmp lo ths 
Commander-in-Chief, Sir Samoel Auchmotj, on the expedition to Java In 181 1 ; and havlog been sent ta 
adf aaeewlih the Chief Bnflneer to fix on the point of landing, he was engaged In a serioat aflhir oe ihs 
coast In the boots of H. II. ships JBarraeiwta and Lieda. On the landing of the Army he was Migafnl la 
the affklrsof Wellerrleden and 8amarang» and at the siege and ateault of taa fortified poaltlon of OometM. 
In 1819, having attained the rank of Captain in the rorps of Madras Ri^ilneerB, he returned oa ftertoogh 
to Engliuad. Shortly afterwards, having been placnl on full paj In H. H. 87lh Regt., he waa appoiale J le 
a company In tlia 17th Portuguete Rfgt, with which he seived la the Light Dlvlskw of tha Mala alar 
Army antll the conclusion of the w»r i having been present at the battles of Vittoria, Nivalle, Niva,Orthes 
and Toulouse, and In all the allklrs in which the Light Division was engaged. At tha siege of Saa 
Sebastian he volunteered as an Eaglneer, and while so engaged was severely wounded. For kla aerriom oa 
this occasion he was promoted to a company in the 97th Regt.; in 1810 was placed oa half-pay; aad tm 
tha Wrd June I84S he was brought on full pay of the 81 st Rsft.., and retired by tha aala of his aommariem 
He has reeeivrd the War Model with six Clasps. 

8 MiOor Cooke served with the 4Snl at Walcheran, la 1800. In June 1811 he Joined the Ught DMriaa 
la the Pt'ttlnsula, and was present at the siege and storming of Cludad Rodrigo. and of Bedafoa (wouadsd 
at the assault), action* of Castnjon and San Chrtsio«aI. battle of Salamanca, actions of San Munos and 
San Milan, battle of Vittoria (eounded), actions In trie Pyreoaas, tlego oi San Sebastian. t2.a attack aa the 
heights of Vera, battle of the Kivelle, battles of tha Klve on the 0th, lOth, 1 1th, ISth, and lOth Uec 
actions at Tarhes and Arcanguea, battle of Toulouse* beeldas various aUhlrs of less Imporlaaoa. Oa ike 
8th Jan. 181 S, he was present at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. He tarvad after- 
wards with the Army durlug the Occupation lit Franca. He has received tlia War Medal with eight Claii*. 

8 Ll.-Colonel Nevlll served bi the Pentnsata with tha 9od Battolloa of the 00th, from July 1810 to May 
1818; also the campaign o 1814 in Holland, aad that of 1818 in the Netherlands: ha was peaaent ai the 
defence of Cadli, occupation of the Hoes of Torres Vedms, various mlaor acthms wheo |« pnrsaH ef 
Messina, battle of Faaatae d*Ooor, Sli^ie of Cludad Rodrlgo, siege aad storm of Bada)OB (seeaeriy 
woandHi la the head aad leg when leading the ladder party la the Ksealade of the St. Vlacest BasimBU 
baitla of Salamanm, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos (severely woanded Ihioagh the left shottMev li 
the storm of th^ first llae of the easrie, 4th Oct. 1819), homhardmeat of Aatwcrp, assault oa 
Zoom, battle of Waterloo, aad capture of Paris : throughout all the above meatl »Dad ilefes ha 
an Asdsiaai Bnginaer. la 1818 tie served la the Deoeaa war, and was prsseai at tha capture of 
ghur ; and In 1090 ha was attached tn the Nltam*s Troope at the capture of a Predatory Force. A 
serving 09 year* ia ladia with the 80th and lOth Dr^ooos, aad 00th aad OOrd Retts^ his hettlih %iM 
when in command of tha left vinf of the OOrd, ia a very nahealthy eltasata* Re has raoalvad tha War 
Medal with fbur Claspa. 

4 Mr. Macdonald seread la Canada la a Militia Raft, and In the Royal Ifavy foa tha lakm) darlag the 
Rebellion of I887-00, aad took part la the bombardmaat and attack oa Navy Island ta tha tit laaiumn 
He servtd afV*rwartis In the Royal Navy In the Raat ladles aad China. 

6 Captain M*Coy wns present m ttie ope atloM against the rshel aatlvas of tha Soalhaen dteirirt of Sf^ 
Seeland, la the Borokt*! Vailet, laHnding tha eklrmlth aa tha 0th Aug. 1046. AliO prmm to laa 



117 



STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS. 



COMMAXDBR IN ChIBF. 

9 €9i General FtM^tfn/^Hardinge, GCfi. Colonel of the 57th R^g^iment. 

Military Secretary. 
Colonel Ricbaid Airey, Half-pay Unattached. 

AideB^de'Camp, 

Colonel Xorif-Cbarlea Wellesley, Half-pay Unattached. 
Lieat.-Colonel R. B. Wood, CB. h. p. 97th Foot. 
Captain The Earl of March, Half -pay UnatUched. 
Captain The Marqtat q^Woroester, 7th Huaaars. 

Adjutant-Gbxsral. 
9 Lient-General Sir Gteorge Brown, KCB. KH. Colonel of the 77 th Regiment. 

Deputy AdljutarU^OeneraU 
Major-Oeneral George Angnstus Wetherall, CB. KH. 

AitUtant A^utanUGeneral. 
Lieot.-Coloncl William Sallivan, Half-pay Unattached. 

Deputy Assistant Ac^utant'Oeneral, 
Csptain Arthur John Pack, 7th Fosiliera. 

Inspecting Fidd Officer ^ and Superintendent of the Recruiting Department. 
Colonel Wniiam Bush, KH. 

Quartbr-Mastbr Gexbral. 
9 Mfjor^Qencral James Freeth, KH. 

Assistant Quarter-Master General, 
9 W L!eQt,*Colonel John Enoch, Half-pay Unattached. 



AIDES-DE-CAMP TO THB QUEEN. 



• Colonel Sir Ju.Hobne8 Schoedde,jrCB.,Unatt. 

- Henry John Wm. Benllnck,Oold»t. Gdf. 

lO Thomai Howl, CB, 9»F. 

fSU Alexander Kennedy Clark Kennedy, 

CB, KH., Unattached. 

— Horatio George Broke, Unatt. 

— John Otdfleld, KH., R. Engineers. 

— G. If. of Huntly, KT. Aberdeen Militia. 

— T. Wood, Royal Eaat Mlddleiez MiUtla. 
John Le Coutear, Jeney MlUtla. 



d 



m 



980 



- EmeitEbrlo/Monnt Edgcumbe,Dakeof 

Comwairi Ranger*. 

- Thof, Earl de Grey, York Hussar Yeo- 

raaury Cavalry. 

- Edw. Baker, R.WlIt« Yeomanry Cavalry 

- Cha. D. (/Richmond, KG. Sussex Mil. 

- Thomas l!^eley, CB. R. Artillery. 

- T. Monteath Douglas, CB., Bengal Inf. 

- Sir Colin Campbell, KCB., 08 F. 

- Peter BdmonetoneCTalgie,CB.,b.p.05 P. 

- Edmund F. Horrto, CB., Unattached 

- Geo. Peter Wymer, CJ8., Bengal Inf. 



I 



Colonel Jamee Priaulx, Chiemiey Militia. 

■ William Pattle, CB. Bengal Cavalry. 
— — —— Hon. Thoe. Ashbumham, CB,, SO F. 

Michael White, CB.SDrs. 

Sir Hugh M. Wheeler, KCB. Ben. Inf. 

— -— John Scott, CB. 9 Lancer*. 

' J. L. Ponnefather, CB,, h.p. 28 P. 

■ A. S. H. Mountain, CB., h.p. 09 P. 

O.E.Gowan, CB. Bengal Artillery. 

Pat. Montgomerie, CB. Madras Art. 

— Marquii of Donegal, Antrim Militia. 

Foster Stalker, CB., Bombay Infantry. 

— — ^^ Chrlatopher Godby, CB., Bengal Inf. 
Nicholas Penny. Ci9.. Bengal Infantry. 

' Frederick Markham, CJI.99 P. 
— — Geo. Henry Lockwood, CB., S Dra. 

John B. Gough, CB., 8 Drs. 

Patrick Grant, CB^ Bengal Inftmtry 

Charles Mensies, KH. R. Marines 

-~ Thomas Wearing, R. Marines 

lard Dyneror, R. Carmartben Milllla. 



t B 



118 



Ut Regiment of life Onards. 



Yevt' 8enr. 



63 



Hull 



36 



31 



Hftlf 
Pttj. 



24 





12 





10 





10 











6 





7 





6 






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6 
6 
9 
6 
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« PENINSULA"—** WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 
9 Btapleton, Viscount Combennere,* QCB. GCH. 2nd LUut. 26 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut, 16 March, 91; Ct^' 28 Feb. 93; Mqfor^ March, 94; Lieut,»Col. 
9 March, 94; Col, 1 Jan. 1800; Mqjor-Gen, 90 Oct. 06; Lieut.^Gen, 1 Jan. 
12 ; Gen, 27 May, 26. Col. 1st Life-Qnarda, 16 Sept. 29. 

Lieut,''Colonel and Colonel, 
John Hafl, Comet, v 12 June, 17; Lieut. i»24 July, 17; Capt. P2 Aug. 22; 
JBr.'Mt^or,SSept,Z\}Mqj,S^Lt,-Col, p27 Dec. 37; X^.-C9<. 4* Col. 9 Not. 46. 

Mqjor and Lieut.-CoUmel, 
Richard Parker, Comet, p 2 Aug. 22; Lieut, P31 July25; Capt, P30 June 28; 
Brevet'Mqjar^ 23 Nov. 41; Mqfor and Lt.-Col, Nov. 46. 



Captaiks. 
Lord Franda A. Gordon 

tienry Lowther 

Henry Dorrien Streatfeild 
James Macnaghten Hogg 
Qeo., Viscount Dupplln 
Hon, D.C. FiU-O. De Roe 
B. J. C. £ord Eliot ... 
Arthur Walsh 

LlBUTBNAllTS. 

George Andrews, a<{^'. . 
Sir Wm. Aug. Fraser, Bt, 
Theophilus John Leyett. . 
G. H . Awi^MountCharles 

Henry Lygon 

St.Geo.Frm.Rob.Caulfield 

Richard Bateson 

Henry Wyndham 

Fk«ttcis George Hare. . . . 



COR. AUD 
SUB-LIEUT. 



P 2 Aug. 29 
P24 8ept.41 
P 7 July 43 
P 6 Oct. 43 
P29 Mar. 44 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P 20 Dec. 46 
P 23 April 47 

11 Dec 46 
p 4 June 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 6 May 48 
P 10 Not. 48 
P 16 Mar. 49 
P27 April 49 
p 15 Mar. 50 



LIBUT. 



CO&KBTS AND SUB- 
LlBUTBNANTS. 

William Heasey, R.M. . 
C. J. Vise. Ingestre . . . 
Walter de Winton ..... 
Algernon William Peyton 
Arthur Henry Davenport 
Fred. Dorrien Magens . . 
James Keith Fraser .... 
William George Craven. . 



18 June 34 
P 5Sept.43 
P 4 June 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 

9 Apr. 48 
P 6 May 48 
P 16 Mar. 49 
P27 April 49 

15 Mar. 49 
P 22 Feb. 60 
P 1 Oct. 50 

19 Oct. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
p 16 May 61 
P 31 Oct. 51 
p 16 Jan. 52 
P 13 AprU 52 



CAPTAIN. 



P 1 Dec. 37 
P 9 Mar. 49 
P 22 Feb. 50 
P 13 Dec 50 
p 16 May 51 
P 31 Oct. 51 
P 16 Jan. 52 
P 13 April 62 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



11 Nov. 51 



7 





6 





17 





2 





30 


10« 



13 Dec. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 17 June 51 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P 12 Dec 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 16 April 52 
Pll June 52 1 



Adffutant. — Lt. George Andrews, 11 Dec. 46* 
Quarter-Master.^y^iWUm Binnie, 29 Jan. 47. 
iSMiVe0ii.*-James Cockbnm, 12 Sept. 48; Assist.-Surg, 16 AprU 36. 
Astistani'Surgeon, — Owen William Geoi^, M.D., 6 June 61. 
V€terinar^'Surffeon,^9 William Percivall/ 30 Nov. 12. 

Scarlet. — Faeinffs Blue. — Agent, George Samuel Col]yer,Bsq. 
IRetumedfrom France, January, 1816.] 

1 Lord Oomberoert •oeompaaM hto vcft. (the Oth Dr. Oda.) to Flaadtn Id Ang . 17W, aa4 Ntrcd to tht 
•Dd of itaat eamiwlgii, and natll Jmm of tho following one. In 1790 be eatarked ia eonuMnd ef the tftta 
Li. J^. for the Oqw of Good Hope, end terred a short but eetlve eempelgn nader Sir TbooMs Creif , 



b* aceoBpaaled hte rt(t. to Indie, where he served in the memorable cnmpalgnt of 1798 end 80, efnl&«i 
Tippoo Snltnan, Indndlnf the bettle of Mnllevellj. and slcfo of Serinfepntam. n o c eaded to tbe PealnN^a 
ia 1808, In eommaad of a brifade of oevalry, consist ing of the Mib m 18th Lt. Dre., ei the head of which 
be disUofalshed blmselt duriaf tbe campaign in thr north of Portugal, including tbe operatlooe at Oporto, 
and afterward* at tbe battle of Talav«>ra. In Aug. 1808, tbe local rank of Ueot^Gen. wae eoalbrrid opoa 
him ; and, earlv In 1810, he wae appointed to the commend of the whole allied cavalry aader tbe Duke of 
awli - 



WelllMtoa, and rsmalned In that eommaad until the terroinatloa of the war la 1814, and dletlogviifced 
himself af tbe bead of the cavalry upon every occasion that prmeated Iteelf, laelodlng the varioos actkma 
la eoverftng tbe retrsat from Ateelda to Tome Vedras, battle of Buiaeo* actloae at Villa Oaicja aad 
Castr^ion, battles of Pnewtc* d*Onor and Salamanca (severely woonded), actloa at Bl Bodoo, battles of 
the Pyrenees, Ortliet, and Toulouse. Served also at tbe siege and eapture of Bbutpoia, la 18Sft and it, 
as Cunimaader-ln-cbief. His lordship hes received a Medal for Seringapatam ; the gold Cross and one 
Clesp for tbe battles of Tslavera, Purntss d'Onor, Salamiaee, Ortbes, and Toulouse ; and tbe filter War 
Mrdal with three clasps for Busaeo, Cludad Bodrlgo, and Pyrenees. 

9 Mr. Pereivall served In tbe Pcnlnsute from September, 1818, to tbe end of tbe War ta 1814, aad wae 
prseent In the bottle of Toaloose. Served also tbe eampaign of 1818. inehidl^ tba caycaie efllslb Ba 



2d Begiment of Life Guards, 



119 



TMn^ivn. 



69 



PaU 



85 



83 
21 

18 
17 
17 
16 
17 

14 

11 

10 

10 

8 

6 

8 

6 

6 



4 
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3 
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** PBNIN8ITLA''—<< WATERLOO. 
ColomU 
9 Charles Wm. MarquU of Londonderry/ QCB. GCH. Stuiffu, 11 Oct 1704; 
Lieta. 30 Oct. 04; Cavt, 12 Nov. 04; Mqfar, 31 July, 05; LUta.'CoL 
I Jan. 07; Cohn^i, 25 Sept 1803; Ifmin^Otn. 25 July, 10; lama.^Gmi. 
4Jiine9l4; Gm, 10 Jan. 37 ; Co/. 2nd Life Goardf, 23 June, 43. 

Lieut.'Colonel and CoUmti* 
James M'Douall, Comet, * 10 Feb. 18; lAeut. p2 Oct. 23; Capt. p 10 Oct 25; 
Brwti'Mqfor, 28 June 88; Mitfor * JUen^.-CM. P 10 April, 40; Lt.^Ceh 
P8O0eo.45; C9I.IO April 47. 

Mqfarand Lieui,'CaUmeL 
Lewia Duncan Williams, Camtt, p 21 June 20; Lieut, p 23 July 25; Copl.P 15 
July 28 ; Breeet'Mqjor, 23 Nor. 41 ; Mqjor ^ Heui.'CoL p30 Dec. 45. 



Gaptaixs. 
Mountloy Francis Martyn 

Geo. Howard Vyse 

Thos. Offilry, 1.0. ] 1 Not. 61 
Bon* F. Jobn Eyans Freke 
Htm. R. Neyille Lawley 
E. M. Barl o/* Longford 
Charles J. Tottenhiun ... 
Hon. Comwallis Maude 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Peter Sherwen, a4i» • • • • • 
Henry Savile Lumley • • 
Fountaine Hogfft «...•• 
£dw. FfoUiott Wingfldd 
Arc. C. Douglas Hawksley 
John G. Carter Hamilton 
H. J. Townsend Stephens 
Joseph Awty, R.M. . . • 
Hon, Claude Bowes Lyon 

COBNBTS AND SUB- 
LlBUTBNAHTS. 

Robert O'Brien Jameson 
Augustus Savill Lumley 
Edward Henry Howard 
Hon. C. 8. B. H anbury 
Hon. Tho. H. Q. Fermor 
Ambrose Congreve .... 
Henry Charles lane • • . . 
Henry Wm. Lse-Jortin. . 



COB. AND 
aUB-LIBUT. 



P 27 Dec. 27 
P 20 Not. 30 
P Mar. 32 
P 24 Not. 35 
P 8 July 36 
P OJuly 36 
P 28 April 37 
P 16 Sept. 36 

21 June 30 
P 28 May 42 
P May 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 30 Deo. 45 
p 22 Jan. 47 
P25 Apr. 45 

28 June 48 
P 30 June 48 



P 1 June 40 
P 23 Nov. 40 
P 18 Jan. 60 
P 14 June 50 
P 17 Bept. 50 
P22 Not. 50 
P 10 Aug. 51 
P OJuly 52 



LXBT7T. 



P 22 Mar. 31 
P 17 April 35 
P 20 April 36 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P 8 May 40 
P May 40 
P 28 May 42 
P 23 July 44 

22 July 44 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P20 June 48 
P30 JuDe48 
PdO Not. 40 
P 23 May 51 

20 Dec. 51 
p 6 July 52 



CAPTAIN. 



22 April 36 

1 Sept. 37 

8 May 40 

28 May 42 

28 Jan. 48 

14 Apr. 48 

1 June 40 

30 Not. 40 



BBBTBT* 
MAJOB. 



Not. 40 
11 Not. 51 
23 Not. 41 



Adjutant. — lAeut. Peter Sherwen, 21 June, 30. 
Quarter- Afmfcr.-^WaUam Walker, 15 Oct. 52. 
i9tir0«oii.-~>Tbomas Tardrsw, 28 May, 51 { AetUt.'Surg.^ If July, 44. 
Aenet.'SHrgeen. — George M*Culloch, MD., June 45* 
V€tennarySurgeon.--^oha Wilkinson, 27 April, 26. 



Scarlet— JFViclTi^f Blue.— wi^«n^«, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
IBetumedfirom France, February, 1810.] 

1 Lord Loadondtrnr bsi rtctlTtd a eroti sad on* elwp for Saltsfua and Booeveats, Tslavors, Bumco, 
Foantis d'OMr* sad JBsd^los, sad wss isvorolf woaadcd in ths bosd bj a muskoVbsU in Holland, 10th 
Ost.l79a. 

tB2 



120 


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TMn'8«r?. 


00 


Full 
Pay. 

41 


Half 

p»y- 





80 



23 
23 
13 
13 
11 
11 
14 
10 

9 

11 
9 
8 
6 

10 
8 
8 
7 



6 

6 

4 

8 

4 

1 

1 

1 

11 

29 

26 

5 

39 



Royal Regiment of Horse Guards. 

« PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 
Colonel. 
S Q» Henry William, MarquU of Anglesey/ KG. GCB. GCH. LUui.'W^ 
♦ 12 Sept. 1793 ; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Mqfor-Oen. 29 April, 1802 ; Limt.-Otn. » 
April, 08; Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Field Marshal, 9 No?. 46; Colonel of lb« 
Royal Horse Guards 20 Dec. 42. 

Lieut.-'ColaneL 
M QB Everard Wm. Bouverie,* Comet, p 2 April, 12 ; Lieut. 16 Oct. 12 ; (UMt. 
P 9 Sept. 19 ; Brev.-Mqj. 6 May, 31 ; MaJ. ^ Lt.-CoL p 4 Dec. 82 ; U.-Coi. 
^Co2. 1" 16 Sept. 46. 

« Mqjor, 

Hon. George Cecil Weld Forester, Comet, P27 May, 24; Lieut. Pi Aug. 26 ; 
Capt. P6 July, 32 ; Brev.-Mqj. 9 Nov. 46 ; Me^, k, Lt.^Col. p 19 Sept. 48. 

























Captains. 



CORKET. 



Hon. Horace Pitt .... 

R. H. R. Howard Vyse 

Hugh Smith Baillie .. 

Lord Geo. John Manners 

Horace Dormer Trelawnyjp 15 April 42 

P 22 July 42 
P23 Aug. 39 
P22 Sept. 43 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAlir. 



























1ft 



Robert Sheffield 

Francis Sutton 

Hon. Geo. Watson Milles 
Lieutenants. 

Fra. Wm. FiUHardinge | 
Berkeley ) 

Wm. Griffin Sutton, aif;. 

Francis Howard Vyse . . 

Lord Otho A. FiUGerald,«. 

Duncan James Baillie 

Joseph Brunt, R.M. . . 

Wm James Hope Gambler 

Edward Breedon 

Lard Geo. C. G. Lennox 
Cornets. 

Thomas Leslie 

JohnWyndham Billington 
G. P. C. A. l^d Stanhope 
Hon. John B. J. Dormer 

John Inglis Jones 

James Delaval Shafto . 
William Robert Hare . 
James William Baillie . 



P27 Feb. SO.P 6 July 32 

P 30 Nor. 30 P 31 May 33 

P 3 April 40 P 24 Mar. 43 

P 20 Oct. 40. P 4 Aug. 43 

P 27 Sept. 44 

P 28 Feb. 45 

P 3 June 42 

3 Apr. 46 



P27 Sept. 44 

19 Aug. 42 
P29NOT.44 
P 10 Jan. 45 
P 28 Feb. 46 

24 Not. 43 
P 4 July 45 
P 16 Sept. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 



P 7 Aug. 46 

15 Jan. 47 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P30Mar. 47 
P28 Sept. 47 
P 19 Sept. 48 
6 July 49 
P 13 July 49 
P 14 May 62 



BRBVBT- 
KAJOK. 



p 11 Not. 36 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 13 July 49 
P 8 Oct. 47 
p 14 May 52 



9 Not. 46 



p 31 Oct. 51 



P 5 Feb. 47 

P 19 Sept. 48 

P21 Aug. 40 

P 15 Mar. 50 

P 21 Aug. 49 

p 23 Jan. 52 

P 10 AprU 52 

P 11 June 62 
Ae^futant.^ Lieut. William Griffin Sutton, 15 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-Master. — Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31 . 

Sttr^€on.— George Gulliver, 2 June, 43; A.-S. 12 June, 28; H.^AAl U%yp^7. 
Asiistant'Surgeon. — Frederick George Kerin, 18 Aug. 48. 
VeterinarySurgeon.—^SSiJohn Siddall,^ 10 Oct. 12. 
I Blue — Facings 8carlet.*-il^eR^«, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

[Returned from France, Fdnruary, 1816.] 

1 Lord AsKltMjr Joined Ui« Duk* of York's army in FltDdcn in 1704» in commsnd of tbo 80tii : la Iho 
Ntrmt he had the temporary command of Lord Cathenrt'i Brigade. Aocompanled tho Ooke on tho Bxp#- 
diUon to Holland In 1700, and commanded the caralry In the action of the 9nd Oct.r-"I*te in thn erwdnf , 
the enemy*! cavalfy haTing been defeated tn an attempt which they made upon tha British Horse ArtlOeffy 
•n the beach* and hairing been charged by the cavalry under Lord Paget, were driven with cooeidBrahlo loea 
nearly to Egroont-oinZee." In the retreat of that anny he protected the rear with hie eavaby, and aooM 
•kirmlehlng having taken place in which several piecee of cannon fell into the hands of the enemy, hto 
Lordship with one squadron attacked the force under General Simon, amounting to six times his own nnm* 
bers, repulsed them, retaking the British, and capturing at the same time several pieces of the ene m y's 
nannon. In 1808 he proceeded to the Peninsula in command of two brigades of cavalry : attacked and de- 
feated a body of the enemy at Sahagun , and, during the retreat of Sir John Moore he bronght no the 
r«>ar, and was engaged with the enemy at llayorga and Benevente. Commanded a division of the Armjr 
nnder the Earl of Chatham on the Wakheren Expedition, in 1609. Commanded the cavalry in the cam- 
paign of 1816; engaged in frequent charges on the enemy, in protecting the rear of the Inlhatry on the 
rarvat of the 17th June ; and, towards the close of the battle of Waterloo be was strack on the right thigh 
by a cannon-«hot,~lfg amputated. His Lordship has received a Medal for Sahagvn and Banevante. 

9 Colonel Bovverie served in the IVnloiula from October, 18 IS, to the end of thai war In 18U, IncladJnf 
the batUo of Ylttoria. Served also the campalsn of ISIA, and was wounded at Waterloo. Ha has incaiTM 
the War Medal and two clasps for TItioria and Totilonse. 
ft Mr. SIddall strrsd the eaDpalga «f Itlft^ sad wuprsssat at lbs batUa of Wateriao. 



I. J 



At DubUa. 



121 



54 



1*^ ( ITie King^s) Regiment of Dragoon Guards, 

" Waterloo." 

^•^'^'^- . CoUmel. 

9 im Charles Murray, Earl Cathcart,^ KGB. JSra, May, 00 ; Lieut, 10 Aug. 
00 ; CapU 3 Feb. 03 ; Major, 14 May, 07 ; Lteut.-CoL 30 Aug. 10 ; CoL 12 
Aug. 10; Mqjor-Gen, 22 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gen, 23 Not. 41 ; Co/(m«Z Ist Dra- 
goon Quards, Jan. 61. 

JAettt.'Colonel. 
Andrew Spottiswoode,' Comet, p 10 May, 33 ; Lieut, p 20 April, 36 ; Capt, p 11 
Oct. 30; Mc^oTf 20 April, 50; X^-Co;. P12 Not. 52. 

MoQor, 
Jamet Peach Peach, Comet, p 15 June 30; Lieut, p 17 June 42; Capt, Pll Dec. 
46; Breo.-'Major, p 12 Not. 52. 



P*j. 



20 



14 



Half 
Fay. 



10 





8 





6 





5 





5 





5 





4 











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3 





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2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





40 


1 


7 





1 





15 





6 












Captains. 

Oeorge Briggs 

Jas.Rob. Steadman Sayer 

Hugh Hamilton, t 

G. H. Warrington Carew 
Robert Thomas Thomson 

Oeorge Paynter 

Thomas Nisbet 

John Almerus Digby . . . . 

LlEUTENAlTTS. 

Emanuel Bradbury, a^, 

John Kemp, R.M 

William Peareth 

Sir Thomas Gresley, Bt, 
George John Bridge .... 
Thomas John Mitchell . . 
Joseph Henry Anderson . . 
Thompson Donovan .... 
Frederick Marshall .... 

CORNBTB. 

Jeremiah Hancocke • . . . 
R. Jas. Combe Marter . . 
Welyn Harpur Crewe . . 
Walter Clopton Whigfield 
Joseph Ernst Edlmann . 
Wm. Cotterill Scholefield 
Richard Geo. B. Bolton 



CORNET. 

P 10 May 44 
P23May 45 
P lOct. 47 
p 31 Mar. 48 
P 1 Apr. 48 
P 3 Not. 48 
P 20 May 40 
P 30 July 44 



8 Dec. 46 
PlOMar. 48 
P21 Aug. 40 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 15 Feb. 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 17 Mar. 48 
P 18 Sept. 40 

p 17 Jan. 51 
P 18 Jan. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 18 April 51 
P 10April51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 12 Mar. 52 



LIEUT. 



P 13 Aug. 47 
P 31 Mar. 48 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 3 Aug. 40 
P 14 Dec. 40 
p 14 June 50 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 30 Mar. 47 



25 May 48 
P 20 May 40 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 21 Feb. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 4 April 51 
P 22 Aug. 51 
P 25 July 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 



CAPTAIN. 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



P 8 Nov. 50 
P22NOV, 50 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 22 Aug. 51 
P 7 Oct. 51 
P 12 Nov. 52 
P 12 Nov. 52 
P Nov. 40 



fi Cspt. Hammenley Mrved 
in the Peninsula from Aug. 
1818 to the end of that war in 
1814, and was present at the 
battles of Vittorla andToulouse, 
and the inrHStment of, and 
the Height! before Pampeluna. 
Shot through the shoulder 
whilst protecting a house in 
the neighbourhood of Dublin, 
on duty in 1806, when in the 
MlUtla. He has received the 
War Medal with two clasps. 






Paymaster. — 9 ^i^^* Hammersley/ 26 Sept. 48 ; Comet, p 23 Jan. 12 -, Lieut, 

PO April 12; Cap#. 8 May 40. 
Adijutant. — Lieut. Emanuel Bradbury, 8 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-Marter.— William Smith, 23 April, 52 

Surgeon. — Edward William Stone, MD. 17 March 48 ; Assist. ^Surg» 5 Oct. 88. 
Assistant'Surgeon, — John Peile, 8 Jan. 47. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — F. Delany, 25 Sept. 44. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.-^ Irish Agents, Sir E. R. 

Borough, Bt.f Armit, & Co. 
[Retumedfrom Canada, Aug. 1843.] 

1 Lord Cathcart served on the Holder expedition in 1700. Accompanied the Expedition under Sir 
James Craig, andsenred in Naples and Siciljr, in 1806 and 6, as Assistant Quarter-Haster-Oeneral. Served 
on the Scheldt expedition, and was present at the siege of Flushing, in 1800. Proceeded to the Peninsula 
in 1812, as an Assistant Quarter-Master-Oeneral, and was present at the battles of Barrosa, Salamanca, and 
Vittoria, for which he has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps. Served also the campaign of 1816, 
and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

3 Lleut.-Colonel Spottiswoode served as Brigade-Mi^or of Cavalry with the left wing of the Army of 
Gwalior in 1848, and was present ai the battle of Punnisr (Medal). He served also in the like capacity in 
the Satlitj Campaign in 1840, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 



122 2nd(TTie Queen^i) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. [^ 



H«4 



rean'flwT. 



70 



Pull 
P.,. 



81 



S8 



22 
IS 
10 
10 

G 



9 
6 
6 
8 
5 
6 
3 



13 
S 
2 
2 
1 
1 

17 

5 
17 
18 
10 
18 



Half 
P*7. 



1ft 







































Apr. 89t 
; Col. 26 
Not. 41 1 



CM(m§L 

Sir Thomas Gage Montretor,' KCH. KC. 1^.12 lCir.88; ZimU. 4 
Capt. 17 June, 94; M(dar, 12 AprU, 09 ; lAeut^-QO. 27 June, 1801 
Jnlj,\0 iMqfar-Getui Jm^flZi Xietc^.-(?fii,27Majr,26; (?«it.2d 
Ctfl. 2nd Dragoon Qttardt,20 Feb. 37. 

Lieut,'CoUmei. 

ft 

William Campbell, Comet, »6 Jan. 32 ; LUui, p 12 Apr. 38; Capt. »27 Xajr^SSi 
Mqfor, Pll June, 41 ; Lieut.-Cai. I'dO Jan. 48. 

Power Le Poer Trench. JBMm. P12 Aug. 24 ; Lieut. »17 Dee. 26; Capt. i>30 
Dee. 26 ; J9r«M^>Jfa^. 23 Not. 41 ; Mqior, p80 Jan. 46 : Breitet lA^^CoL 
11 Not. 61. 



CAPTAXira. 



OOKNBT. 



»11 Oct 31 
P 18 Dec. 40 
P 16 Dec. 43 
P29Dec. 48 
P 20 Dec. 44 
P 26 Jane 47 



26 Jane 44 
P 7 July 48 
» 16 Aug. 48 
P IB Jan. 60 
P26 Feb. 48 

never 
P 14 June 60 



30 Apr. 41 
6 Dec 60 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 18 Oct. 51 
P 14 May 62 
P July 62 



LIBUT. 



P26July 84 
P 26 Not. 42 
P28Sept,46 
P14Apr. 40 
P 24 Dec 47 
n6Ang. 48 



7 Aug. 46 
P 16 Not. 49 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P20 Dec. 60 
P24Sept.50 
P26Feb. 48 
P 1 Aug. 61 



Hylton Brisco 

CharlesEdwardConyerSyt. 
John Caratain Jones. . . . 
Charles Edward Walker 
Edmund Ruck Keene • . 
Thomaa Belsey Tomlin • . 

LlBTTTIVAirTa. 

Bryan Thonbill 

John Grlfllth Prlee • • • . 

John Clement% oiff 

James O'Maia 

David Henry Howell. . . . 
Robert Desmond SuliTUn 
Coote Bynge Hutchinson 

COKNBTS. 

George Bushman, R.M. 
Henry Miles Stapylton . . 
O. F. CaTend. Bridgeman 
Harris St. John Dick . . 
WUliam M'Cormick .... 
John De Haley Chadwick 

Paymof/er.^ Henry Bond Head, 30 May, 46 ; J?fw. P 28 Dec. 86 1 LUui. » tl 
June, 39; Capt. p21 Mar. 46. 

A4iytani.^Lieut. John Clements, 80 April, 62 
Quarter^Master. — John Hariland, 16 July, 86. 
iSWffeeii.-^Edward Mockler,* 7 Aug. 46; AstUt.^Sntff. 26 Sept 86. 
Asiiitani Swngeon. — Alexander Forteath, M.D., 10 Feb. 43. 
Vettrinarjf Surgeon. — Opie Smith, 20 Feb. 36. 



OAPTAXir. 



p 4 Aug. 43 
P 9 Not. 49 
P 10 Aug. 60 
P 20 Dec 60 
P 1 Aug. 61 
P 18 April 61 



BmBTBT- 
MAJOB. 



Bcarlet.— Asififv Blaek.— jlfmte, Messrs. Charles HopUaioo ft Co«*-/rM Afemte^ 

Messn. Cane k Sons. 

IRetumedfrom France, Nevemherg 1818.] 



1 Sir Thooutf Monlisier hss bssa twsaty-fevr jiwf oa lefimsatsl Ml-pa^,4arlBg«hlsk psried ha ssrved 
al OlbtalUr in 17M sad 01; la Pluden sad HoIUad la IfW, 4, sad 6; the Bfyaditt eSupalia ei liOls 
ui4 ■Bjasqatatly wmnf yssn la ladla. H« hu laniTed tb« BUver War lf«dsl vtth om Olasp for Boft. 

9 Sanwa Moeklar Mrrvd la tka PaaJaub Ouapalga wtih Um lOth Btft. lacladlag the lattsr fart at Iks 



•i«t« optratf«BS btfort Mooltui, tha nrrtadar of that PoctraH, and ths battit eraoc4«iat(Vsdal aaddvps). 



"•tJ Sffi!**] 3rrf (2%« FHnce of fValoTa) Begt. of Dragoon Guards. 123 



Tean'Senr. 


56 


Pull 1 Half 


P»y. 


Pay. 


28 





92 





SO 





11 





13 





1» 





11 





9 





7 





6 





7 





6 





5 





11 





6 





3 





3 





3 





2 





1 





2 





19 





6 





12 





14 





10 





5 


1 



"TALAVERA" — *' ALBTJHERA" — « VITTORIA" — « PENINSULA, 



*» 



Colonel, 
9 Q2A James Claud Boarcliler,^ KC, Cornet^ 28 Sept. 97 ; Lieut. 6 Aug. 99 ; 
Capt. 20 Jan. 03 ; MaJoTy 4 June 14; Lieut. ^CoL 18 June 15 ; Col, 10 Jan. 
87 ; Mqfor»Oen» 9 Not. 46 ; Col. Srd Dragoon Guards, 9 Jan. 51 . 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Thomas Arthur, Comet, P2d June, 1825; Xt«uf . p 19 Sept. 26 ; Cop^P 8 Fab. 
31 ; Mqjor, p 15 Sept. 38 ; Lieut.-Col, p 12 May, 43. 

Mqfor. 
John Daniel Dyson, Cor. P 9 Dec. 31 ; Lieut. P 22 Mar. 33 ; Capt. P 8 July 36 ; 
Mqjor, P 19 June, 46. 



Captains. 



Edward Dyson 

Tho.TristramSpryCarlyon 
Peter Bronghton •••••• 

Fenwiek Boyea Barron • . 

Henry Marsh 

Edmund Henry Torton . • 

LiBUTSNANTS. 

Arch. Douglas Monteath 
Henry Heywood Lonsdale 

Frank Chaplin* 

Wyndham Knatchbull • 
Augustus Hunt, a4j. . . . 

JohnMiUer^ 

Jas. Winterbottom, Jt.M. 



CORNBTS. 

John DaYid Hay HUl . . 

Jamea Swinburne 

Fra. Copland Burley Ford 

Thomas Wright 

Arundell Neave 

Charles Blood Mulyille.. 



COKKBT. 



P 18 Oct. 33 
P27 Dec. 42 
P30Oct. 40 
P 8 May 40 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P15 Mar. 44 



P 24 July 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 8 May 46 
P 3 Dec. 47 
P 23 May 48 
8 Nov. 42 
17 Dec. 47 



P 14 June 50 
P 17 Sept. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 9 July 52 
P 17 July 51 



LXBUT. 



P 27 Oct. 37 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 17 Mar. 43 
P 26 Sept. 45 
P 12 May 43 
P 24 July 46 



P 3 Dee. 47 
P 10 Not. 48 
31 Oct. 48 
P 3 Sept. 50 
P 22 Oct. 50 
4 June 45 
P26 Jaoe52 



CAPTAIN. 



P 17 Mar. 43 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 29 Dec. 46 
p 7 June 50 
P25 June52 



BBBYBT- 
KAJOR. 



Paymaster. — George Pott Erskinei 3 Nov. 43; Ens. p 11 July 34 & Lieut* p 1 

March 39. 
A(yutant.—^Lieut. Aogustus Huut, 2 April, 52. 
Quarter'Master. — 9 Jobn Heydon,* 30 April, 41. 

Surgeon. — Henry Mapleton, M.D.,^ 13 July, 47 ; Auist. Surg* 12 July, 39. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Robert Marshall Allen,* 3 June 43. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — Austin Cooper Shaw, 21 Aug. 48. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq. 

Irish Agents, Sir £. B. Borough, Bt,, Armit, Sc Co. 

\^Retumedfrom France, January, 1816.] 

1 X^}or-Q«asral Boiirehitf wrrad under Sir Ralph Abererombj in the expedition tfalost Cadis In I8A0, 
and alto in the campaign In Egypt in 1801, and was preient at the battles of the 18th and 21st March, and' 
«t Bhamania ob the 0kh Maj. He lerved afterwards the campaigns of 1811, IS, and 19, including the siei;e 
of Badsloai batUe of Salamanca, oaralry aflkifs at Callada de Camlno and Yento de Poso, battles of Quatre 
Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He baa reeelyed the War Medal with two Clatpt for Sgjpt and 



% Lirat Chaplin lerred the PoiUattb campaign of 1848-9 with the Srd Light Dragoonf* and was present in 
the aflblr of Bamaoggur, and battles of Sadoolapore, Ghillianwallah, and Oo<)Jerat. 

S Qoarter-lfaeter Hejdon'i serrieet :— expedition to Waloheren, siege of Flushing, and expedition to 
South Bfffalaad, in 1600; Peniaaiiter Campaigna of 1819 and 18. 

4 Doctor Mapleton was preeent with the 40th In the action of Maharaipore (Medal), 90th Dec 1848. 

Aa8iat.-fargeon Allen serred in the field with the Cape Mounted Riflemen during the Kafllr War of 
1448-47, and was preeeat during manj seyere skirmishes. 

Liaat. Miller serred with the 10th Regt. In the campaign on the SutleJ in 1840, and was present in the 
twtHa of Sobraon (Medal). 



124 4M {Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoon Gnardt. ["S^Stof* 

On the Standards and Appointments the HARP akd CROWN, and th€ 
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto « QuU SeparaHtV 

" PENINSULA." 

Colonel, 
Richard Pigot,' Em. 4t Sept. 93 ; Lieut. 16 Sept. 03 ; CapU 21 Dec 08; Jtflq/or 
20 April 02 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 May 06; Col. 4 June 14 ; Mqf.'Gen. 10 July 21 ; 
Lieut.'Gen. 10 Jan, 87 ; CoL 4th Dragoon Guards, 26 Not. 40. 



Vlmnf Ssrr. 
60 



Full 
Pay. 



27 



17 



18 

12 



17 

6 

7 

10 

o 
3 
8 
8 
2 

2 

.2 

1 

1 
1 

I 1 
I 

' 8 
10 

I 5 
20 
8 
25 



Hilf 

P»y. 


































Lieut. 'Coionel. 
Edward Cooper Hodge, Comet y 8 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 8 July 28 j Capt. p 10 Dec. 
84 ; MtQiyry ? 3 Dee. 41 ; Lt.-Col. p 8 Oct. 48. 

Mqfor. 
William Charles Forrest, Cornet^ Pll Mar. 36; Lieut. 9 6 Jan. 80; Capi. 
P 7 Sept. 41 ; Mnjor, p3 Oct. 48. 



Captains. 

Francis Rowland Forster 

Thomas Jones 

Michael M'Creagh 

Cha. H.Douglas Donovan' 
John MacDonnell Webb 
Arth .MasteiBon Robertson 

LiBUTBNAKTB. 

John Mullen, ai(; 

Th<^s. Miller Clarke, R.M. 
James Robert Scott .... 
Robert John Henry .... 
O.C. H . Player Brigstocke 
George Manners Morgan 
Robert Gunter • 

CO&NBTS. 

Charles Pearson 

Alexander Cuppage .... 
Christopher M'Donnel . . 
Charles Fleetwood Shawe 
Daniel Peploe Webb .... 
Bathurst Edw. Wilkinson 



CORNET. 



P 7 Feb. 40 
P 28 July 41 
26 July 44 
P 10 Feb. 86 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 18 May 46 

Mar. 48 
30 July 44 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 15 Feb. 60 
P 16 Feb. 60 
P 12 July 60 
p 16 May 61 

P 10 Aug. 61 
P 20 Aug. 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P 18 Mar. 62 
PUMay 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 



LIEUT. 



Pll Mar. 42 
P 10 May 48 
P 10 Mar. 47 
8 Aug. 41 
P 2 Oct. 40 
P 8 Oct. 47 

26 Mar. 46 
P 20 Jan. 47 
P 18 July 61 
PlSJnly 61 
P 81 Oct. 61 
P80 April 62 
P 26 June 62 



CAPTAIN. 



BKBYST* 
MAJOm. 



P20Jan. 47 
P 30 June 48 
p 18 July 61 
6 Apr. 60 
P 80 April 62 
P25 June62 



Paymaster.—John Biggs, 16 Sept 61 ; JEm. p2 Sept 46; Lieut. 17 Oct 48. 
Adjutant.-— Lieut. John Mullen^ 10 March, 43. 
Quarter^MoMter. — John Thompson, 3 Oct 48. 
5«r^e(m.~Chilley PIne,» 6 Dec. 48 ; Assiet.-Surg. 2 Aug. 83. 
Amet.'8urgeon.^Bme» Flyter, 6 June 46. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — James Rainsford, 26 Dec. 28. 



Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agent, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. 
Irith Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons, 
IBetumedfrom Portugal, May, 1818.] 

1 Llt«t-0«ntnl PIfot wia sctiTely naployd In the Wcft lodiM Id 1704duriDB the Maroon war ( la Ike 
McdllerrmDcen and captnrt of Minorca In 17V8 ; et the caplare of the Cepe of Good Hom la laoO: aod Ij» 
the But Indies In 1918. 

fl Capt. DonoTan eerred with the 0th Laneen in the campaign on the SntlcJ in \M9, and was prtaeat at 
the battle of Sobraon (medal). Also in the Pui^auh eampaifn of 1848-9, indudlnir the paaaage of the 
Chenab at Ramnnffar, and battles of Chillianwallah and Ocojerat (Medal with two Claepe). 

t Mr. Pine terred with the 96th on the China espcdition, (medal) and was present at the first eaptnra of 
Chvsan, attark on Canton, attack and capture of Amoy. rvpuise of the night attack on Rinfpo, attack and 
captnre of Tseke, Cbapoo, Shanghai Woosang, and Chin Klang Foo. Me acted as senior Mrdical Ofleer In 
the campaigns In Kew Zealand, from April 184ft to Majr 1840, and was present at the dcetnictlon of Pin- 
mare's Pah, attack on Hekt's Pah. destniction of the Walkadl Pah, storming of KawltTs Pah at Ohlawal, 
and eaptare of Kawltl's Pah at Buapckapeka. 



^•SwS!] 6th(TTie Princess Charlotte of JFaks's) Reg. of Dr. Gds. U6 

The motto « Vestigia nuUa reirorsum:* — " 8ALAMANCA»*— « VITTORIA"— 

"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



TMn'Btrr. 



73 



Full 



34 



86 



21 

14 

11 
8 
7 
8 

28 

4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
3 

3 
3 
3 

1 
1 
1 

16 



Half 



Colonel, 



1« 


























1ft 



9 Sir John Slade, Bart^ OCH., Comet, 11 May, 1780; LUid, 28 April, 83 ; 
Capt. 84 Oct. 87; Me^m-y 1 March, 04; lAeut.-CoL 29 April, 96; Col. 20 
April, 1802; Mqjor-Gen. 26 Oct. 09 ; Xieu^.-Gen. 4 June, 14; 6en.lO Jan. 
37 ; Col. 5th Dragoon Gnards, 20 Jaly 31 . 

Lietit.-Colonel. 

Hon, Jamei Torke Scarlett, C^m^f,? 26 March, 18; Xmu^. P240ct.21 ; Capt, 
PO June, 86; Mttf, Pll June, 30; Lteut.-Coh P3 July, 40; Col, 11 Not. 61. 

Charles Wm. Morley Balders,* CB. Corned, p 10 Not. 26; Lieut, P26 Not. 28; 
Capt, P 16 July, 36 ; MqjoVf P16 May, 46 ; Brevet-Lt.-Col, 3 Apr. 46. 



CORNBT. 



Captaxhs. 

RohertBeU 

Qeorge Rowan Hamilton 
Richard Thompson ... 
Chardin Philip Johnson . . 
George Duckworth .... 
Adolp.Wm. Desart Burton 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

9 James Henley, R. M. * 
Geo. Kershaw Sidebottom 

William Inglis 

Cha. Aug. Drake Halford 
Fted. Hay Swinfen .... 
A. J. Hardy ElUot,^ ai(;. 
Henry Hugh M'Neile .. 

CORHBTS. 

George Sapte Bumand . . 
Richard Temple Qodman 
Robt James Montgomery 
Hon. Grey Neville.... 
JohnStephenson Ferguson 
Rich. G. Bomlbrd Bolton 



P 16 Not. 32 
P 10 Aug. 39 
P 25 Feb. 42 
PUMar. 46 
P 12 June 46 
P 8 Aug. 46 

6 Jan. 26 
P 12 Jan. 40 
P 2 Feb. 40 
P30 Mar. 40 
P 10 April 40 
18 July 48 
P 16 Mar. 60 



LIBUT. 



12 April 60 
17 May 60 
14 June 60 
16 April 62 

11 June 62 

12 Mar. 62 



P 27 June 34 
P 3 June 42 
P 17 Nov. 43 
P 14 April 46 
P 2 Feb. 40 
P 10 April 40 

P 28 Not. 46 
P 26 Jan. 60 
P 22 Feb. 60 
P 6April60 
P 10 April 60 
P14 June60 
P 24 Dec. 62 



CAPTAIir. 



P 9 Mar. 38 
P 2 Feb. 40 
P23 May 48 
P 10 April 60 
P21 May 62 
P 24 Deo. 52 



BBBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



11 Not. 61 



Paymaster. — Edmund Vernon MacKinnon, 30 June, 48 ; Comet k Svb'Heut* 
P 29 AprU, 36 ; Lieut, p 27 March, 40. 
6 A4futant. — Lieut. Alex. James Hardy Elliot,^ 6 Dec. 61. 
12 Quarter^Master, — ^Alexander Langford, 18 June, 41. 

21 <Sttr^eon.— George Kincaid Pitcairn, M.D. 6 Oct. 48 ; Assistant - Surgeon, 
23 Nov. 32. 
2 Assistant-Surgeon. — John Wyatt, 17 June, 61. 
10 Veterinary Surgeon. — George Fisher, 20 Dec. 43. 

I Scarlet — Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox &. Co.— Jri#A Agents, Measrt. 

Cane k Sons. 
{Retumedfrom Spain, July, 1814.] 

1 Sir John 8lBd« lerrcd in tbe csmi»ign of 180e-0 under Sir John Moore, tcminsting with the bsttio 
of Comnnt, where he hed tbe commuid of the Huu&r Brlfade. He terred afterwsrde the cempaifn under 
the Duke of Wellington, when he btd commend of a brigede of cnvalry, and eo?ered the retreet of the 
nrmj to the lines of Torres Vedras and the pumiit of Maienna fH>m Santorem, with the actions of NaT6 
d'Aver, El Bodon, Fuentcs Guinaldo, and Aldra de Ponte. Sir John has received the gold Medal and one 
Claep for Corunna and Puentes d'Onor, where he had his hone shot under him ; and the si1?er War Medal 
with two Clasps for Sahagun and Benerente, and Bu>aco. 

S Lleut.-Col. Balders scnred the campaign on the SutlcJ In 1846-0, and commanded the 8rd Light 
Dragoons in the battles of Moodkee and Perozeshah (Medal and one Clasp). He was wounded in the 
groin whilst charging the enemy's batteries at Perozeshah on the erening of the Slst Dec. 1840. B«- 
cclTsd the Breyet of Lieut.-Colonel and G.B. 

S Lieut. Henley eerred the campaign of 1814 in the Peninsula, indndlng the battle of Toulouse, for 
which ho has recelTfd the Silyer War Medal with one clasp. 

4 Lieut. Elliot served five years in India, the two last on Lord Hardinge's stalT, prior to entering tbe Royal 
Army, and was present with his regiment, the 8th Bengal Cavalry, at the battle of Pnaolar (Medal;, as ilso 
ip tht Sntm campaign, Including the battle of Feroieshah (Modal). 



126 



6th Begbmnt of Dragoon Guardi {Carabimeri). 



[HMdQuiicn 
■ft CtaHrkvry. 



T««n'8«r?. 



58 



PttU 
Pay. 



21 



SO 

10 

10 

7 



6 

31 
6 

4 
4 
4 
6 
3 
3 

3 
% 
2 
1 
1 

18 

2 
2 

10 
2 
2 



Half 
Pay. 



























ColmuL 

9 Sir Thomu Uvmkerf KCH. Cvmet^ 12 Maj, 1706; LinU. 5 April, O0| 
Capt 10 Jaly, 00 ; M^far^ 23 Not. 1804 ; Liaui.-CoL 2 Sept 08 ; Col. 4 June, 
14; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 25; LUut-Gen, 28 JuiM, 38; Col. 6tb Dragoon 
Guards, 5 Jane, 30. 

Limt.' Colonel. 

Henry Richmond Jones, Camot^ p Jane 25 ; LUui, p 14 Not. 28; Capi. 9 12 
Jane 80 ; Brtvet^M^for^ Not. 46 ; Mqfar, p 21 Majr, 50 ; X<eic#.-CM. p 16 

Sept. 51. 

JITq/or* 

Vfilliam NeTille Cottanoe, JSiMJ^, p U Oct 31 ; J^ieiil. p 26 June, 85 ; Capi» 
P 16 Mar. 38 ; Mqfor, p 16 Sept. 51. 



Captaxks. 

Charles Sawyer 

Samnel James Morton . 

John Fortter 

Alex. A. Melfort Campbell 
Roben Bickerstaff .... 
John DaTis Shenton .... 

LXBUTBNAXTS. 

William S. Philips, R.M. 
Francis Richard Hawker 
T. Coningsby N. Norbnry 
Roger Charles Tlobbonie 

Philip Pinckney 

Oeoige Wardlaw •••••. 
Ellis Brooke Conliffe . . 
Henry Roebuck Johnston 

CORKBTS. 

Thomas Bott 

Theodore F^wcett 

James Stlllman, a4f 

William Thomas Betty .. 
Oswald Petre 



CORNBT. 



P 6 Sept. 33 
P June 43 
P25Aug.43 
8 Sept. 46 
P 8 Not. 44 
P 10 Bee. 47 

26 Oct. 22 
P 24 Not. 48 
P 12 Jan. 40 
P13Jaly 40 
PieOct. 40 
P 5 Not. 47 
P 14 June 50 
P 13 Dec 50 

P 18 Apr. 51 
P17 0ct. 61 
2 Sept. 51 
P 14 May 52 
P 16 Oct. 52 



LIBUT. 



P 8AprU36 
P28NOT.46 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Aug. 45 
P21 May 50 
dSept.47(P22NoT.50 
Pl68ept.61 
PlOFab. 52 
P27 Feb. 52 



BRBTBT« 
MAJOR. 



P 28 Jan. 48 
P20Dee.46 
P 12 Jan. 40 

16 Feb. 26 
P 2 Oct. 40 
P21 May 50 

P 23 Not. 50 
P 22 Not. 50 
P 3 Jan. 51 
P 4 Apr. 51 
P lU Sept. 51 



Paymasier. — Thomas Manders, 25 Sept. 40; Cometf P30 July 35; Xie«/. 
6 Oct. 38. 

A4fyiani.^Comoi James Sttllman, 10 Feb. 52. 

QuarttT'Miuter. — George Fraser, 7 Not. 51. 

^urpeoit.— Oeoige Taylor, 30 May, 45 ; AstUtani'-Smr^ofm, 10 May, 34. 

j4«ttf*MU-5iiry«0ii.— Stuart Moore, 6 Dee. 51. 

Veterinary ^ur^Mti.— Alfred Job Owles, 10 Dec. 51. 

Scarlet— ^banpe White.— il^wnte, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
IBeiumed/rmn Buemot Ayrm, 1808.] 

1 Str TbeiDSt Hawktr waa pnttBt In Um setloos in Nortli HoUnad, tbs H«ld«r MpsdlllM* In ths letk. 
lOch 8«pt«mb«r. Sad tad 6tii October, ITBOi sad vat priMnt in eommand of Ibo SOtk UcM UmcooM ja 
•TOrj uUon In which the British troop* w«re tofaccd on tha OMlern eoott of Spain, la ISU aad TtU* he 
hu MihMqatntljr Mrrad on tht Staff, la ladla, as lli||or-0«a«raL ' 



aiB>utoSu i%!3 lih ( T%$ JPrinceu RoyaPs) Regt. of Dragoon Guard$, 12 1 

ITeAn* Serv I Colonel. 
^I^p ni JTofi. Henry Murray/ CB. Comet.lQ May, OO3 Li, 11 Jane, 01 ; Capt. 

24 Aug. 02; Mt^or, 26 March, 07; Xf.-Co/. 2 Jan. 12 ; Co2. 22 July, 30 ; 
Major-Oen, 28 June, 38 ; Lt^^Gen, 11 N07. 51 ; CoL 7th Dragoon GuarcU, 
18 Dec. 47. 

Limt,''CoUmel. 
Charles P. Ainelie, 2itd Lmm/. 10 April 25; Xieu^. p 28 Jan« 26; Capt p 16 
March 30 ; M({for,PU Oct. 42; Lieut.-Col. p 22 Oct. 47. 

M({for. 
Arthur Cavendish Bentinck, ^fu^ P 2 Not. 38 ; Lieut. P 31 Oct. 40 ; 
Capt, P 2 Mar. 47 ; Mqjor, P 27 June 51. 




• • • • . . 



4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 

4 

10 

18 

5 

7 














J* 





Captains. 
Philip Bunbury* 
C. P. Beauchamp Walker 
Charles Wm. Thompson* 
Thomas Henry Clifton . . 
William Middletoa ••.. 
Fitzroy George Smith . .. 

LlBUTBITANTS. 

Thomas William 6o£f . . 
Wm. Wentworth Lamb . . 
James William Balfour. . 
B. Tho. Dowblggen, a^. 
John William Wetherall 
A. Q. Montgomery Moore 
Arthur Robt. O. Costello 

CORNBTS. 

Henry Blinkhom,^ R.M. 
Montague Dettmar .... 

Peter Withingtoa 

W. Fourbelle Dowdeswell 

Hume NlchoU 

Archibald Clevland 



CORITBT. 



LIBUT. 



p 16 Mar. 43 p 6 Feb. 46 
P27 Feb. 36 { 21 June 39 
P 26 Feb. 36 p 17 Jan. 40 



P 26 Apr. 39 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 31 Dec. 47 

P 12 Sept. 48 
P 30 Mar. 40 
P 2 Mar. 47 
P 18 May 49 
p 18 Jan. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 14 Feb. 51 

16 Feb. 49 
P 16 April 52 
P 9 July 52 
P17 Aug. 52 
P 18 Aug. 52 



P 2 July 41 
P 3 Aug. 49 
Pll Sept. 49 

P 16 Not. 49 
P21 May 50 
P 16 Feb. 50 
P 27 June 51 
P 19 Mar. 52 
P 6 July 52 
P30Jttly 52 



CAPTAIN. 



P 18 May 49 
P 22 Dec. 46 
P 1 Dec. 48 
P30Mar:47 
P 19 Mar. 62 
pSOJttly 52 



BRBT.-KAJ. 



P 23 Not. 52 1 
Paymaster, — Nugent Chichester, 19 March 52; Comet, p6 Not. 46; Lieui. 

P 30 March 49 ; Capt, p 27 June 61. 
Aeyutant, — Lieut. Bdward Thomas Dowblggen, 6 Dec. 61. 
Quarter-Master.^HenTf Magill,* 10 March, 43. 
Surgeon. — Gideon Dolmage, 5 April 44 ; AsHet.'Surg, 10 Dec. 33. 
Assist, 'Surgeon, — Jenkin Homfray Llewelyn, 17 March 48. 
Veterinary 5ur^eon.— Alfred Henry Cherry, 28 Sept. 46. [Bf ., Armit, k Co. 
Scarlet — Facings black. | Agents, Cox k Co. | Irish Agts,, Sir B. R. Borough, 
IRetumedfrom the Cape of Oood Hope, 7 June 1848.] 

. I Lieat.>G«ii«ml the Hon. Henry Murrey l«rted In Naples, Sicily, and Galabrta, In 1800-7. Accom- 
panied the expedition to Ef^ypt in March 1B07, and was preient, as an Aide-de-oamp, at the attack on 
AJczandriaitiege and itorming of Roeetta, and on every otlier oeoanlon when our troope were engaged. 
Serred at Walcheren in 1800, including the siege and surrender of Flushing. Went with the 18th Hussars 
to the Peninsula in Jan. 1818 ; present at the croesing of the Ealar, and commanded tiie regiment in sup- 
port of the 10th Hussars at the action of Morales de Ton, Serred also In the campaign of 1815, Including 
the battle of Quaire Bras; commanded the rear regiment of the Column on the retreat daring the following 
day ; and, at tha battieof Waterloo, he led the 18th Hussars in the brUIIant charge of Sir Hussey Vivian's 
Brigade, at the oonclnsion of the action. 

S Captain Bunbury served throughout the Kaftr war, and was wounded In tiie charge at the Owanga, on 
the 8th June, 1846. 

S CapUia ThoDpioB Mrred u a CapUla In tbt BiitLdi Legion, and was engafcd at Hernanl SOth Aof. 1835( at Ar- 
latea. lech, 17th, and lllh Jan. t and Um aeMon haftw* San teteHiaa, Slh May, 16M, whtn be waa eeverely wouadrd 
In tbe hip and the hand (K. B. P. and Medal). Served Ote campaign of the Puqjaah In the 14th Lifht Drafooni ; waa 
casaced at Ramnuftar (hone wounded). Had Nov. IStt, at ChilUaawallah, IMi Jan., and at Ooojerat, Slet Prb. 184S 
(Medal and two Claape). Present also at the croaalnf of the Cheaab, Jhelum, and Indus { at the sunoider of the Selk 
anay at Bawul Piadee, the capture of the Bridf e of BoaU at Attock, and ponult of the Afl^hana to Peabawnr. 

4 Oomet Blinkhom served with the lOih Lancers In the battle of Mahanjpore, 89th Dee. 1849 (Medal); 
also In the campaign on the SuUitJ in 1848, including the battles of Allwal and Sobraon, for which he has 
received a Medal and one Clasp. 

5 Qoartar-Master Magill served In the expedition against the Insurgent Boats beyond the Orange Birer 
Capa of Oood Hope, In 1845. He served also throughout th« XafBr war of 1848«7. 



128 



1st {Rotfol) ReghfMni ofDragooru. [at 



Haftd<|BUt«n« 



On the Standards an Eagle.—" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 



TMrt* Benr. 


CoUmeL 


59 


9 on Sir Arthur Bcnjamfn Clifton,' KCB. KCH. Comet, 6 June, 1794; LinA. 
7 Aug. 1704: Capt. 27 Feb. 1700; Mqjar, 17Dec.l803; LUvii. Col. 25 July, 
1810; Co/. 12 Aug. 1810; 3f «^;or G«ii. 22 July 80 ; Xietf/.-6en. 28 Not. 41 ; 
Col, l8t Dragoons, SO Aug. 42. 


PttU 
Pay. 


Half 
Paj. 






Lieut^^CoUmel, 


80 
21 

18 
17 
14 
12 
14 
11 

21 
10 
7 
7 
5 
5 
5 

4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 



























a m Thomas Marten,' KH. Comet ^ Svb-JAeia. 22 Not. 18; Lient. '23 
June, 17 ; Capt, p 4 May, 22 ; Mqfor, p 12 Dec. 26 ; Lieut.-CoL 20 May, 85 ; 

Col, Not. 46. 

Mqfor, 

John Yorke, Comet, p 21 Dec. 82 ; Lt, p 5 Dec. 34 ; Capt, p 14 Dec. 41 ; MqfMr, 
P4 Sept. 40. 


Captaihs. 

Robert Wardlaw 

Chas. C. Waldo Sibthoip 
Walter B. Barttelot .... 

Thomas Thoroton 

Herbert Morgan 

Wm^e Cardonnel Elmsall 

LlBUTBKAirTS. 

John Chamberlain^ R.M. 
Henry Croft •••.•..... 


COBHBT. 


LXBUT. 


CAPT AIM. 


BBBTBT- 
MAJOB. 


P 5 June 85 
P28 0ct. 86 
P 1 Mar. 80 
p 14 Dec. 41 
P 23 June 80 
P 1 July 42 

1 June 32 
P 18 Oct. 48 

14 Apr. 46 

Pll Dec. 46 

P 25 Feb. 48 

June 48 

P 18 Oct. 48 

P23NOV.40 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 14 Feb. 51 
p 12 Dec. 51 
P 14 May 52 
P 24 Aug. 52 


P28July 40 
p 7 Sept 41 
p 14 Dec. 41 
P23 June43 
P 10 Aug. 42 
P 13 Oct. 48 

PIO July 85 
P 11 Dec. 46 
10 July 40 
P 20 July 40 
P 4 Sept. 40 
P 16 Not. 40 
P21 Dec 40 


P 14 Oct. 42 
P 18 Oct. 43 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P25Feb. 48 
P20Ju]y 40 
P 4 Sept. 40 




William Harrisson, a4f. 

Michael Stocks 

George Campbell 

John Coltman DaTenport 
James Ainslie 

COBITBTB. 

Henrr STkes • • 




Walter John Coney .... 
St. John W. C. Charlton 

Arthur Basset 

Edmund Pepys 

Thomas Keane FitsOerald 




18 

7 

4 

18 

1 

. 16 












Paymatter. — Robert Tho 

Lieut. P 15 Feb. 30. 
Adjutant. ^Lieut, Willia 
Quorfer- Jfii#<er.—Willia 
Surgeon. — Luke Barron, ] 
jijtrif^.-^tir^eoii.— WUliai 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Mi 


mas Browne I 

m Harrisson, 1 
m Scott, 26 0< 
ir.D. 25 Sept. 
n John Alezai 
itthew Poett, ! 


)oyd, 26 Man 

14 Apr. 46. 

:t.40. 

40 ; A$iUt.'^ 

ider Orr, 5 Nc 

21 AprU, 87. 


01,4]; J5i#.P20Fcb.86; 

» 

^urg. 10 July 40. 
IT. 52. 



Scarlet — Fadngi Blue. — Agenti, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 
[Betumedfrom France, January, 1816.] 

1 Sir Artlrar CUflon'i wrrlMt :— Campalgnt of 1600» 10> llf 18. 19, 14, and 16. Conmandfd a tqaadran 
in corartog and ni|iportiii( four Spsniih giiat 1 tb* Iwttit of TftliverSp mnd cmplored in dUfercst •uUir* 
qoeat opentiosi ; IwtUo of Bumco, pamit of Jftaarom from SonUrem, taklof frum him prtoooen and ba(« 
f tfe ; bfttUc of Fucotct d'Ooor, actiont at Vvrt d'Arer, £1 Bodoe, Fuciite Guloaldo, uid AMc« do Potttr; 
MTcnl sllUn dnrlnc tbo rotrcat of the wrmy from Salamanca to Cladad Rodrigo; charged with a iqnadim 
a body of Frnich Innatrj under General Clauiel, near Salamanca, killing or taking nearly a fauadrtd of tho 
enemy : battle of Tittoria, Mockada of Pampelana, tcrenl affUrs in the Pyrcneet, battle of Toolouae, 
•kiimkhlng with the enemy and corertng the retreat on the 17th of Jane, and battle of Waterloo. Sir 
Arthnr has reealTad the gold Medal and one Claap for Fuentea d'Onor and TlUoria; and the eUrer War 
Medal with three elaepe for Talavera. fiuiaco, and Tonlonte. 

9 Colonel Maneo serred the campaign of 1SI4 in the PeaiaMtla« with the hoMehoId brigade. Abo the 
ipaign of 1616, inclodlBg the battle of Waterloo. 



g-JiSlSS.] 2rtd (Boyal North British) Begt. of Dragoont 129 



YMn'Serv. 



69 



FuU 
Pej. 



84 



16 



HaU 
Pay. 



17 
19 
11 
13 
10 I 
22 ' 

14 
8 
7. 
7 
6 
4 
7 

4 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 



11 
7 
3 

27 

1 
14 
























0. 

















I 



On the Standards an Bagle.— ><< WATERLOO/' 

Colonel, 
9 Wi Archibald Money,' GB. KC. Cwrwt, April, 94 ; himt. 13 Maj, 94 ; 
Capi. 3 May, 00; Jfq;or, 14 Dec. 09; Xieu^.-CoZ. 4 Jane 14 ; C9I. 10 Jan. 
37 ; M(^<jr»Qen. 9 Nov. 46 ; CoU 2d Dragooni, 24 May, 62. 

Lieut •^ Cdoml* 
Henry Darby Griffith, Comet , p 26 Not. 26; LUui, P 26 Not. 31; Capt. p I 
Aug. 34; Mqjor, P 6 Not. 46 ; Lt.^CoL p 27 Aug. 62. 

Mtyor. 
Donald John M. Macleod, C0nte#, p 10 July 36; Xiett#. P 23 Feb. 38; Capt» 
P26 Dec. 41; M({for, P 27 Aug. 52. 



Captains. 



1 COBRBT. 



Greo. Aug. Filmer Sulivan 
QeozgeCalTert Clarke . 
5irQeo.Fra.Hamp8on,^. 
Samuel Toosey Williams 
Henry Sales Scobell .... 

William Boyd 

Lieutenants. 
FredericlL Philips, R.M. 
Henry Dalton Wittit Lyon 

William Miller, o^; 

John Arthur Freeman . . 
Francis Sutherland . . . < 

George Buchanan 

Herbert Edwards 

Cornets. 
Wiliiam Allan Woddrop . . 
WiUiam Taylor Prentis. . 
Joecelyn Tate Westby • . 
Robert Scott Hunter. .- . . 

Richard Parry 

Andrew Kugeat. . ...... 



P 29 July 36 
P30May 34 
P 6 Aug. 42 
P 26 June 40 
P 7April4d 
P 22 Feb. 31 

P 11 May 39 
P 18 April 46 
7 July 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 16 Mar. 49 
P6N0T. 46 

P 18 Sept. 49 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P22ICoy. 60 
P 17 June 61 
P21 Sept. 62 
P17 Dec. 62 



LIEUT. 



P 26 Feb. 41 
P 7 Oct. 36 
P18 Apra46 
29 Apr. 42 
p 16 May 46 
P 17 Oct. 34 

P 29 Dec. 43 
P 24 Sept. 47 
20 June 60 
P21 June 60 
P 11 April 61 
P27 Aug. 62 
P22 Oct. 47 



CAPTAIN. 



P 6AprU44 
P20Sept. 39 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 24 Dee. 47 
P 27 Aug. 62 
P 26 Apr. 44 



BBBY.-HAJ. 



11 Not. 61 



Paymarter^Vhmp Antrobus, 1 Jan. 49 ; Comot, p 23 Apr. 42 ; X^ p 2 Feb. 44. 
A4iutant.^Lieut. William MUler, 7 July 46. 
Quarter-Moiter.'^ThomaM HanUlton M'Bean, 16 Aug. 60. 

Surgeon.— Uohert Dunldn Smyth, 6 Not. 40 ; AuUt.-Surg. 12 Oct. 26 ; 
Hatp.^Astiit. 19 May 26. 



1 AssUtant'Surgeon.'^BmeB Jekell Armstrong, 2 AprU, 62. 
Veterinary 5tirflr«wi.— Thomas Jex, 4 Oct. 39. 

Scarlet— Facing' Blue. 
Agenttf Messrs. Charles Hopklnson and Co. 
[Returned from France^ January^ 1816.] 



1 lUlor4J«neral Moaey lenred tweoty-flre yean in the lllh DragooMi-ln IJtnd6» and Hj^^ in 
1794 ud 95, Md In Oermiwy the latter ye^r, including the atteck on the French Itoee, ITth April ; their 
dSteton the heighU of CatJau. S6th April, and near Tourney 5 Srd May ; Jattlei of Boubalx and Lannoy, 
defeat c? the French near TouJnay, Mnd May 17M ; and ai&ir at Bommel, tod Jan. 1796. Campaign of 
?*» taHoUandnScluding the acttone of the lOth »d 19th Sept., tod and «th October. ConunaSed a 
detae^nt of the regt. uSder Sir Ralph Abercromby. at Leghorn, Minorca, and the expedition to Cadta, 
ta IMoTin Egypt, i7l801 (Medal), Including the ecUone of the Sth. l«th, and 8Ht March, together with 
the «Stare SrSrand Cairo and Alexandria. Penineular campalgne of 1811 and 19; preient at theeiege 
S £daios. battle of Salamanca, and aifair of caralry near the Tormei on the following day, when three 
Frw^hattSone were lakenTcetalry afikirs of Callada Camino and Fenta de Poeo. SerTed alto the 
Sm™3gn ofWlO. Including the battle* of Quatw Bra. and Waterloo, towards the clore o^^Weh laet the 
eommimd of the llth Dragooni deroUed on him : prewnt alio at the capture of Parti. He has rfceifed 

^9 U«tl'MwiSSf'iS??ed*Sth^^^ Dregooni thitiughout the Puidaob Cjunpajgn of 1848-9, In- 

eludtoTthe^^of Bamnuggur (with thi charging «i"adreM), pomge of the Chenab, batUei of ChU- 
UanwSlah and Gwtferet, pSStuit of the enemy acroM the Jhelum and of the AlTghani orer the Indue 
through the KhyberPsM (Medal and Clsipi.) 






i 

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a 

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3 
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TlM White Bon*, wttfaia tb* Garter on th« tad and Srd Bteodardt, wtth the VoCto. <* Vte 
••81UmAKCA"—"VITT0RIA"— "TOULOUSE^— "PENINSULA"— ••CABOOL.IM*" 
FEROZBBHAH*'— «* BOBRAON." 

CoUmel.^^ l/nrd Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.^ ConM#, 7 Feb. 08 ; Liri 

June,09; Cap^ 21 Ang. 1800; ITq;. 13 Oct 06; X^'C0<.lA1lff. 11; Coi.61 

17 ; Mqjor^Qen, 27 May, 25 ; Lt.-Oen. 88 Jane, 38 ; C0I. 3M Drs. 8 Not. 
Xieu/.-Co/onftf.— Michael White, CB.* Comet, p 16 Aug. 04 ; £<. » U May, 

Capt. 7 Nor. 15; Brvt,'Mqf. 10 Jan. 37; AT^i/. 4 Jan. 30; U.-C41, ■» 13] 

89 ; Cci. 3 Apr. 46. 
Geo. Hen. Lockwood,CB.« Cw. p 10 Mar. 25 ; X/. p 10 Aug. 26; Co^. p 7 Sept 

Arq^.6Mar.39; J9r«v.X^-Col.2dDec.42; X^-Co<.0No?.46; Gsl.2 Aug. 
Mqjor»,^^ohu Wm.Yerbury,* En$ign, p 12 Dec. 26; Lievt. p5 July 33 ; O 

1 July 37 ; Mqjor, Nov. 46 ; Brevet Lt.-Col 7 June, 49. 
Lawrence Fyler,* Sn». p7 Sept. 26; lAeui. PIO July 28; Cmpt. P 7 Feb. { 

Brev,'M({jor, 19 June, 46; Mqjor^Pl April, 48. 



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9 



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65 


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Hall 


P«jr. 


Pa^. 


48 


A 


28 





27 





27 





83 
20 


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23 





24 





20 





10 





12 





16 





14 


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15 





12 





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8 











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6 





6 





7 





6 





5 





4 





6 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





16 





8 





12 





44 





11 





7 





7 






Captains. 

JBGoughi^CBur. c.SAvg.AO 

Walter Unett* 

Geoige Forbes' 

W.E. Fttz Edward Bames*<> 
Henry Airae Ou?ry**, . . . 

James Cowell *' 

Han. Hor. M. Monckton'* 

Henry Wood" 

Edward Fellowes 

LiBU TENANTS. 

Edward Geo. Swinton** 

John SolliTan*' 

John BlackbumeHawket** 
Thomas Penton >* ...... 

William Henry Orme*^.. 
Charles Russell Colt " . . 
William Gray Draper .. 
Thos. Heathoote Stisted** 
Geo. E. F. Kauntze,'^ «<(/. 

Robert Hodgson'^ 

T. C. Belmore St. George* 
George Thome Rickctts 
WiUiam Hickes Slade .. 

Robert Macneill 

James Macqueen,* R. M. 

Samuel Pearson 

Augustus Barton White. . 
Henry F. Geo. Coleman 

COKNBTS. 

Fred. Tho.Ongley Hopsou 
Bdwardiloward Vyse .. 
John Nordiffe Preston . . 
John W. James Gifford . . 
Newton Cba. Chichester 
Arthur Edmund Mansel 
Robert Dymond 



CONNBT. 



LISUT. 



24 Feb. 20 
P 23 Aug. 33 
10 Dec. 30 
10 Not. 29 
P17 Oct. 33 
P 18 July 34 
P 23 April 41 
P 10 July 87 
P 23 Apr. 39 

P 6 June 34 
9 July 37 
P 2 Mar. 38 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 24 Jan. 45 
P 16 May 45 
P 19 Jan. 44 
3 Apr. 46 

19 Dec. 45 1 

20 Dec. 44; 
P 29 Dec. 46 
P28Jan. 48* 

19 Mar. 47 
P16 J^ue48 

14 April 46 
P20 Deo.48| 

22 Dec. 48 
P 20 June 40 



P15 Aug. 48 
P21 Aug. 48 



P 1 Oct. 25 
P 31 Mar. 37 
15 Feb. 34 
P 24 July 35 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 17 Mar. 37 
P 29 April 42 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 29 Apr. 42 

7 Oct. 36 

31 Dec. 39 

P 27 Sept 39 

P 26 Jan. 44 

3 Apr. 40 

Nov. 46 

Pll Dec 46 

p 10 Dee. 47 

P28Jan« 48 

23 Sept. 48 

P 10 Nov, 48 

^ 3 Aug. 40 

^23 May 48 

P 19 Apr. 50 

19 May 50 

P 19 July 60 

P 10 Jan. 61 

P81 Jan. 61 



17 CaptalA Wocd 
ISO ta AffghaBlMM 

MM at ib« riwciBf •rth« 



CAPTAIN. I BMBV.-Jt 

916 Mav^ 

7 JacL { 



P 1 Aug. 26 

P 1 Not. 42 

P 24 Jan. 45 

P 16 May 46 

P 2 May 46 

9 June 48 

iP 4 May 491 

|plOJan. 61 

P 6 Dec. 60 

t CotoMi WMit anrvW at O*. 
tar« or UaitvMila ISir. aad • 4 
tlM JteSiaiUiwiulf I ^ i» - 
IS I alw M dsfl* aad ca; t 1 
Pb ttrtyw ■ ia ISiS.^ riiM ■ i 
Brifa^thiaaghaattfM caM;«4 
1S4S la BSfcliMtolM. far « t n 
••• apfetaM4 a CB. Cewai 
a Brtfadc of Oavalyy !■ «te » 1 
of Moo4a«« aaS riflMSiaak i *.• 
•d) I aaS llM SrS Dcs. te «k» u 

CfanniflMat iha tw^vA cast 
«r ISM.S. aad wm p i »i» t 1 ., 
^•g^km of S ii in il n iii aad •« 
of CWlSaawaUah aad Ooa««TmL 



P 10 Apr. 60 ih«lcbto of J«fitaU«ck« 
P 12 July 50 ^<*<*>'* *"*' oeenpatlaa af 

P 10 Aug. 60 ,...4,4 . .^aaarMi al Iba 
P 1 5 Oct. 50 ( M«U1 and Claif }. 

P 17 Jan. 51' 




Id 

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!9 



Payma#^er.-Wames Herbert Clay, 31 May, 44 ; Ent. p5 May, 37 ; X/.9 A 
A4futant,^Lieut. Geo. B. F. Kauntze, 30 Mar. 48. 
Quarter^Maiter, — Abraham Crabtree,*" 25 Not. 42 ; Comet , 17 Sept. 4 1 
8urgeen,-^4%B, Henderson,*'M.D.20 Apr.26;il.-&22Mar.l0; ir.-jl.6 A 
jism.-5iir^tf.^WilliamGreenTrousdelf,*'8Apr.42. I Blue— Foeiiipif 

O'Connor D* Arcey, M.D. 2 Oct. 46. | AgmU^ McwB. Co: 
Vetorineay ^tir^epii.— Bei^sminChaning Rouse Gardiner,* 19 May 46. 

I LaaS Charia* Mimmi wnitlw aaMpalga af ISSSia S^ala. Ia«l««tiwtb« cavalry 
ai AIS« St Caip la Lori ChaAMi, aad aaa ja w aa i al Cha riata af rtaiktaff. 
Uagtwi Wmm ISH aaHI fha anay latwii MaSrid ia ISUt ahw ha a^aaiiS t>a iiiMWiaJ aftha 
H aaiii ihaarar rtw dhi IS14. Bis LatdMilp hat racalvad lhafaUI*«dal aad two alaiya for 
aa4 la* SUvar War Madal wfch aaa Cta*p for BaDarval*. 

4 CalMHl Laekvaod iiiibi III ihaSfd Ufhl Dn. tiiroi«hairt Ika caaiyalfa af IStt ta 
CaMdal aad CB.> aad wa« praMM at fordac tba Khyter PaM, itatailaf tha balfktt af i«td«lliNfe« 
HufUotaU accapatloB of Cakool, tlcg* and raptarc ot UCaUC Be atrvtd alae to tba Pil^iib 
naaAtfd a MaaSa al Iha batUc af Go^fat(Mfdal). 

• M«iar rylar ocnrtd witli the ISib Laaccr* daiiBf Iba caapal|B ta A^|baaMaa aadar Lard Bi 
and capton af Obaiaaa (Medal). AIm at lb* baltlo el Mahai^pan (Medal) » Dec. ISO, aad to Uw 
to )M< (Medal), tocluaiof Uie bettlet of Baddf aal aad Allval. al wblrb tact be aae eevataty «««ided bf a 
cbarf ii^ a body of toiaatry. Serrrd oIm to the PtiajaMb toMpalfa (Modal). 

It Captein Oavry MniU tba Punjaub eaanpolfa el lNb>9. «ttb tho Sfd LL Ore., aad eeaaaadid a 
af MMmmmtKKM ibena ebeC aadcr bim) \ ead at ibe battlet of ledeelapere. CbtttlaawaUab. ead Oaatoeai f 



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Yean'Senr' 



55 



"•^pSSJ*"*] 4'* ( ^^ Queen's Oton) Regt. of Light Dragoons. 131 

^^Talatbra" " Albuhbra'* ''Salamanca" " Vittoria" "Touloubb" "Pbhutbula." 

** Afvobanzbtax" « Ghvbxbb." 

Colonel. 
9WiSir George Scovell,' KCB. Ad^tant, 5 AprU, 08 ; Comet, 20 Jane, 08 ; 
Lieut. 4 May, 00 } Capt. 10 March, 04 ; Mqfor, 30 May, 11 ; Lieui.^CoL 17 
Aug. 12 ; Col. 27 May, 26 ; Mqjor-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. Nov, 46 ; 
Co/. 4th Light Dragoons, 18 Dec. 47. 

Zieut.'ColoneL 
Lord George Augnstns Fred. Paget, Comet 8c Sub^Lt. P25 July, 34; Lieut. 
PI Dec. 37; Cop^ p 17 Aug. 41 ; ilfq;or,P 30 Jan. 46; Zi«tt^-Co2.P 20 Deo. 46. 
Afq/or.— John Thomas Douglas Halkett, Comet, p 23 Jan. 35 ; Lieut. 6 July 87 ; 
Capt. P 25 Oct. 42 ; Mqj. p 15 March 60. 



Full 
Pay. 



18 
18 



Hslf 
Pay. 



\i 



18 
13 
13 
11 

14 

20 
5 
7 
6 
6 
4 
3 

3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
20 

6 

4 

10 



16 

































• • 



Captains. 

Alexander Low 

George John Brown . . 

Robert Portal 

Herbert Dawson Slade 
C. Berkeley Molyneux . . 
Thomas Button 

LXBUTBNANTS. 

J. H. TornerWarde, R.M. 
Henry Smith Adlington 
Henry Astley Sparke . . 
George Ellis, adijutant . . 
Hedworth Hylton JoUiffe. 
John Barry Marshall. . . . 
Hon. Chas. James Keith' 

CORNBTS. 

FiennesWykeham Martin 
Chas. A. Gunter Browne 
William Affleck King . . 
George Warwick Hunt . . 
Humphrey Brook Firman 
Robert N. Gore Booth .. 



CORNET. 



P 2 Oct. 35 
P 17 April 40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P25 0ct. 42 
20 8ept. 44 
P2l June 30 

P21 June 83 
Pll Feb. 48 
P 20 Dec. 46 

7 May 47 
P 8 Dec. 48 
P 10 Oct. 40 

15 Feb. 50 

P 12 Apr. 50 
I P 13 Dec. 50 
Pll July 51 
P 12 July 51 
P 14 May 52 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 14 July 48 
P30 Jan. 46 
P June 46 
P 28 Aug. 40 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 23 April 52 



BRBy.-]iAJ4 



P 6 July 38 
P 14 July 48 
P 8 May 45 
P June 46 
1 April 47 
P 6 May 42 

P22May 86 

P 6 July 40 
P 16 Oct. 60 
8 May 61 
P May 61 
13 May 62 
P 31 Oct. 51 



t Qiiizt«r'Maitor BiU stnrad u Deputy 
llarabal to the Bombaj •olumn of lh« Amy of tli# 
Indui durlnt Che whole of the time It wu In the flcM 
(from Dee. IMS to Feb. 1S40). and wm pieeeiit fti «h« 
•term and eaplurt of Ohuaaoo (lledal). 



f Han. 
yean aa 

wounded 
H.M. 8. 



Lieut. Keith aerred three 

n aldahlpman, and waa 

in the boat aetion of 

Prcaident and Burydiee 



againat the Arab pirates in the river 
Aofocha* eaat ceaat of Africa, 23 
Not. 1847. 



P July 521 
Paymaster. — George Thome George, 4 May^ 40; JSns, P6 Sept. 88; Lt. pO Dec* 
Atil^utant.^Lieut. George Ellis, 6 May 48. [36 ; Capt. 17 Jan. 46* 

Quarter-Master.— John Hill,* 22 June 40. 

Surgeon. — ^Thomas Hunter, M.D. 23 July, 44; Aseist.-Surg. 18 April, 84. 
Assist.'Surg. — Hampden Hugh Massey, M.D., 22 Not. 44. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— John Byrne, 14 Dec. 38. 

Blue, Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. C. Hopkinsou 8c Co. 
[Returned from the Bast Indies, March 1842.] 
Sir Georg« Scorell teryed the campaiip] under Sir John Moore, termtnating Jmith the battls of 
Corunnst at which he waa present as Deputj-AMletant^Quarter-Haster-General. Afterwards fn the 
Peoinflola fn the same department at the head-quartera under the Duke of Wellington, from Feh. 1809 to 
the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the pauage of the Douro and pursuit of Marshal 8oult ; 
iMttlea of TalETera, Buaaeo, and Fuentes d'Onor ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrlgo and Badaios, battle of 
Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Yittoria, the Pyrenees, NtTsUe, and Nlve; passage of the Adoar.and 
battle of Toulouse. Benred also the campaign of IBIS, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir George has 
rec* ived the gold cross and one clasp ; and the siUer War Medal with eight clasps. 

7 CfrtOBtl Oouffh wrred u Deputy Quwter* Matter* Oraeral of the amy during the war ia Cblaa, and rcc«lT«d the brevet 
rank of M^or and of LleuL-Colooel, together with the ConpanioDship of tfie Bath, ftnr hie eenduet tn action, be havtac hcen 
prvecnt in almost every enfagement during the expedition. He was afterwards p r s s i nt to the battle ef MaharaiporS, as 
MiltUry Secretary to the Coinniaadrr>ia- Chief in India \ and lie eoniaanded a Brigade of Csvatry at the batdet or Moedkee 
and f eroieihah, and offlelated as Quart cr-Uaiter- General In the battle of Sobnum, and waa very Mrercly wounded. Served 
the Pnniaab eanpalga of 1S48-9 aa Quarter* Master- General Queen's Troops, and was prtsaat at the batttea of Cbllliaawallab 
■iMJ Ooei|enit« 

8 Mai. Unctt lerred with the Srd Lt. Dia. the campaign of 1843 in Affghsnistaa (Medal), and was present at the Ibrring 
of the Khyber Pass, storming the heiriits of Jugdnllnek, action of Teseen and HufkBOtnl, occupation of Calioo!. storm and 
capture of Istaliff. He served also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 and waa severely wounded in the l»attle of Cfaillianwaliab. 

10 C^tain Barnes served vrith the Srd Lt. Drs. the Butlei campaign of 1846-6. including the battlesof Moodkee, Ferosco 
ahah, and Bobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9« and was present m the affsir of Bam* 
noggur, and the actians of Sadoolapor^ ChiUianwallah. and Gccgerat (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Capt.Cowell served throughout the campaign of I84S in Affghanistan (Medal) under General Pollock. He was present as 
Alde»de-Camp to Sir Joseph Tbaekwell In the action at Mshangpore on the 89th Dec. IStS, and has received the Bronte 
Star. He served also the campaign on the Sutlcj, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Peroseshah, and Bobraon. 

16 Lt. Sullivan served with the Srd Lt. Drs. the campaign in Afljfbanlstan In 1649 (Medal), and waa present at the forcing 
of the Khyber Pass, storming the hei^hu of Jugdulluek, action of Tezeen and Huftkotul, and occupation of Cabool. Served 
tlic SuUc} campaign of IMk'i, including the battles of Moodkee. Ferosesbah, and Sobraon. (Medal and two Claapa} t be 
oflteiated as Major of Brigade to the 1st Cavalry Brigade at Peroieahah; and bad three horses dwt under him in the 
actions of the l8th, 21st, and nnd Dec. 1846. 

SO Lt. Onic waa prcasnt at Moodkeo and Ferosesbah, at which last be was severely wounded in the arm. 
92 licut. Stisted served the Sntlcj campaign of 1848-9, and was wounded in the battle of CbiUianwallsJi. 
94 Lieut. Hodgson was present at the siege and capture of Bhnrtpore, and was a volunteer for the dlsnsounted cavalry 
storming par^. Be was also present in the action of Maharajpore (medal), and at tHe battle of Bobraon. 
S6 Ltoot St. George served throughout the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-9 (medal). 

97 Dr. Henderson served at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1810 i two years In the American war i and during the whole of 
Ike B ur sse sa war. Also the eampalsn of 1842 in AAJiluuiistan. 

98 Licttt. Maeqnecn served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keanc, including the 
alege sad capture of Qbusnve (Medal). He was afterwards prnent at the battle of Mabsrsjpore (Medal) ; and he also served 
the campaign on tiie Butlaj (McdalX including thr actions at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobnon. 



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ColoneU 

Sir George Pownoll Adams/ KCH. Comet, 6 Oct. 1795 ; LUut. 19 Kareh,06 ; 
Capt, 11 Oct 97; Mq;or,5 Feb. 02; Lieut,'Col. 8 Dee. 04; Coi. 4 June, 
13; Mqfor-Gen. 12 Aug. 10; Lieut-Gen, 10 Jan. 37; Oen, 11 Not. 61 ; 
Col. 6th Dragoons, 26 Oct. 40. 

Itietit.'Coicnel, 

Willougbby Moore, Comet, p7 Sept. 20/ Lieut, p 17 July, 23; Capt. 4 Mar. 
96 ; Mqfor, p 17 July, 40 ; lAeui.'Col. p 28 July, 43. 

Mqfor, 
Henry Dalrymple White, Comet, p 11 May 38; Lieut, p6 Feb. 30; Capt. 
P 17 May 44 ; Mi^or, p 22 Dec 48. 



Captaiits. 
Charies Cameron Shute 

Robert Moore Peel 

Fred.WJohnFitsWygram 
William Martin Powell 

Conyers Tower 

5ir W. G.Mofthead, JB^,#. 

LiBUTENANTB. 

William Doyle, R.M. . . 
Robert George Manley . . 
Hon. H. L. Boyle Rowley 
H. R. BalusboryTrelawny 

Henry Walters 

Edmund Probyn 

Bdmnnd D'Arcy Hunt* 
German Wheatcroft .... 

Cobuxts. 
John Lavallin Puxley • . 
Arthur Pryse Jones . • . . 
Richard Henry Currie • . 

Archibald Weir, iu(^ 

Harry Wm. Pigott Wilson 



CORNET. 



P 19 July 34 
P 2 Dec. 37 
P 28 July 43 
P 10 Not. 43 
P 7 June 44 
p 2 June 43 

13 Dec. 44 
P 9 June 46 
P 29 Not. 45 
4 July 45 
P21 July 43 
P 19 May 46 
P 29 Oct. 47 
P 19 Oct. 49 

P23N0V.49 
P 21 Not. 51 
P 16 April 52 
21 May 52 
P 11 June 52 



LIEUT. 



P 13 May 39 

P 2 July 41 
P 17 May 44 
P 8 Oct, 44 
P 6 June 46 
P 9 June 46 

Pll June 47 
P 25 June 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P22 Dec. 46 
P 28 April 48 
P 16 June 48 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 22 Aug. 51 



CAPTAIN. 



MAJOR. 



P 5Mar.47| 
P 25 June 47 
P22Dec. 48 
P 2 Not. 49 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P22Mar.50 



Pmiuiifer.— Robert Douglas Barbor, 16 Feb. 49 ; Comet p 15 March 27 ; 

XMti^P9 April29; Cap^. p 28 April 37. 
A<ffutant.^Comet Archibald Weir, 21 May, 52. 
Quarter'Matter. — James Marshall, 14 April, 43. 

iSuy^am.— Alexander M'Origor, M.D. 13 Oct. 43; Asiiit.^Surg, 31 May 33. 
A$tiit,^Surg. — ^Henry Charles Boate, 26 Not. 52. 
Vetetinaiy Surgeon. — Herbert Hallen, 3 Aug. 30. 



Scarlet— Facin^f YeWow.-^Agenfs, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
{^Returned Jrvm France, January, 1816.] 

t Sir O«efg0 Adams mmd in Irelaod during ttit iatttirecllon io 180S. Also vadet Lord Lake ia the XasI 
tadisst wImn he waa metlw^lf trnployAd for wtterwl yean. 

9 UmI. Bout MTved with tb« Qlb Lsoccn in the last Pui^siili esoipsirii, sad wt* pnsMi at the hMlln 
of OhtlUanwallah sad Goqferat (Medal and Claspi). 



Head Quarten 



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« PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO," 



rmn'Berr. 



64 



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Pay. 



81 



10 



12 
IS 
8 

8 
7 



12 
6 
6 

4 
6 
3 
7 



2 
2 
2 
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- Colonel. 

P SirWnihkm Tuyll,» KCH. Cor. 22 Oct. 09; Lieut. 18 Jaly, 01; Ca»/. 7 
April, 04 ; Mqfor, 20 Nov., 00 ; Lieut.-Col. 13 June, 11 ; Col. 27 May;25 ; 
Major Gen, 10 Jan., 37 ; LL-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Col, 7th Hussars, 10 Mar. 48 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Chiles Hagart, Com^, p16 June 32; Lieut. p12 Aug. 34; Ca»^ P21 Oct. 
37 ; Mqjor, p 10 Dec. 47 ; Lt.-Col. p 31 Oct. 61 . 

Mqfar. 

James M'Caul Hagart, Comet, p 26 May 37 ; Lieut, p 10 May 46 : Cavt. p 11 
Sept 46; Mqfor, p 31 Oct. 61. ^ » i' 































Captains. 
Sir Wm. Russell, Bart. 
Uen,Marq,ofWorceBter,s 
William Babington .... 

Lydston Newman ...... 

5irWm.R.Cha.Cooke,-B^. 
William Dascon Bushe . . 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Pedder^ 

Joseph Treneny, Ac^. . . 
Charles Craufurd Fraser . 
David PhUip Brown, R.M. 

James Aytoun 

Hon. J. De V.T.W.Fiennes 
Wm. Francis W. Garforth 

Cornets. 

Fi*ederick Coates 

John Tindal de VeuUe . . 
Musgrave Dyne Briscoe 
Charles William Paulet 

Robert Hale 

William Henry Seymour 



CORNET. 



P 2 July 41 
P17 Aug. 41 
Pll Nov. 45 
P 2 Feb. 44 
P 13 Nov. 46 
P 27 Feb. 46 



P 16 April 41 
2 July 47 
P 3 Dec. 47 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 23 Oct. 47 
P22NOV. 50 
P 22 Dec. 46 



P 17 Jan. 61 
P19 Aug. 61 
p 16 Sept. 61 
P21N0V. 61 
Pll JuDe62| 
P 9 July 621 



LIEUT. 



P27 Feb. 40 
P 7 July 43 
P 9 Oct. 46 
P 19 June 46 
P 16 Jan. 47 
P 17 Apr. 47 



2 July 46 
13 June 60 
P 14 June 60 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 31 Oct. 61 
P 8 June 62 
P 26 Dec. 61 



CAPTAIN. 



P 16 Apr. 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 14 June 60 
P 19 July 60 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P 8 June 62 



BRB VET- 
MAJOR. 



Paymaster. — Edward George Cubitt, 16 Feb. 44: JSn$> p9 Dec. 31; Lieut, 
28 April, 37. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Joseph Treneny, 3 Sept. 47. 

12 Quarter^Matter. — SS3 John Evans Parry ,^ 12 Oct. 41. 

18 Surgeon, — Archibald Alexander, 3 Oct. 46; it «»{^.-i9ttr^. 20 Feb. 36. 
6 Asrittant'Surgeon. — Robert Wilson, M.D., 26 Aug. 48. 
16 Veterinary Surgeon.-^ amea George Plillips, 28 Aug. 38. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[Returned from Canada Dec. 1842.] 

1 Sir Wm. Tuyll served dnrin; part of tho earopalgnt of 1793, 94, and 95, In the Netherlands; at the 
Haider, In 1709; and Id Portugal, Spain, and Walcberen, In 1808 and 0, as Aide-de-camp to the pretent 
Marquis of Anglesey. Sir William has recelTcd the War If edal with one clasp for Salugun and Benevente. 

3 Lieut. Pedder serred with the 6Sth in New Zealand, and was present at the attack and repulse of tlie 
enem/ ou the settlement and stodudes of Wanganui 19th Majr 1847, and in the action of the I9th July 
following. 

4 Quarter-Master Parry scnred the campaign of 1815 with the 7lh Hussars; and was present at the 
battle of Waterloo, and was sUghtly wounded in the hand. 

t Q 



lU]Bih{Th€Kin^sIic!fai Irish) Eefft. of Lt. Dragoons. ['kSiSSSS!'* 

[HussarsS) 

€)dUnuH. 
9 5ir Jobn BfDwn,* KOH. iktn^f 87 May, 05 ; Ligui, 17 May, 06 ; Ca]^. 
1 June, 07 ; Mqior, 16 ?eb. 00 ; lAeut.-Coh 14 March, 11 ; Col, 10 July, SI ; 
lfq;or-6tfn.22Jaly,dO; Zi«tt^.-6eR.8dNoT.41 ; Co;.8th Hu48ar»,4 Apiil,4d. 

lAtut.'CoUnu^. 
FMd^ck Qeorge 8hewdl, Cirme^, p 98 Aug. 37 \ Lkut. 6 Sept. 81 ; Capt. 
P28 Apr. 87 ; Mqjor, p28 Aug. 44 ; Liwi^-Col. pIO Feb. 47. 

Mtfjor, 
Rodolph de Salis, Comet, P17 Dec. 80 ; Lieut. P88 June, 33 ; Capt, p 18 July, 
38; lfq;<^,P10Feb.47. 



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CAPTAIK8. 



COUKBT. 



Charles Joseph Longmorc p 30 May 34 
Arth. Jas. Xm-if Kifleeo P17Sept.dO 



Henry Francis Cust.* # 

Edward Walter 

Edward Tomkinson .... 

Oeorge Lockwood 

Libutbkahts. 
Joseph Reilly, R.M. .... 

Bdward Seager, a40 

Charles John Bourchier.. 
James Sadler Naylor .... 

Oeorge Chetwode 

Fra. Edmund Macnaghten 
Daniel Hugh Clntterbuck 
Hon, 8. J. G. Calthorpe 
J.C. H. ViMct, FitxGibbon 

CORKBTS. 

Edward Philljpe 
Clement Walker Heneage 
Robert Poore 
Riyeradale Richard Glyn 



P30 Mar. 88 
P 4 Feb. 43 
P 12 May 43 
Pll July 87 

P 26 Apr. 83 
P 17 Sept. 41 
P 22 Apr. 42 
17 July 40 
P 8 May 40 
PS7 0ct. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 
P2dMay 48 
P 15 Mar. 50 



LIEUT. 



P17 Aug. 38 
5 Mar. 41 
P31 Dec. 30 
P 30 Mar. 44 

P 12 Apr. 44 
P28Ang. 40 

27 Mar. 34 
20 June 43 
P 20 Dec. 43 
P 22 July 45 
p 10 Mar. 43 
P23 May 48 
P22Feb. 50 
P28May 51 
p 27 June 51 



CAPTAIN. 



P23 Aug. 44 
P23Jan. 46 
P 10 Feb. 47 
PIO Dec. 47 
P 27 June 51 
P26Dec. 51 



BREV.-MAJ. 



Pll July 61 
PIO Aug. 51 
5 Dee. 51 
P 16 Apr. 52 
Paynuufer.— Henry Duberly, 12 Nov. 47 ; £^.p28 Sept. 80 j It. 15 April 49. 
A(yutani^—Lieui, Edward Seager, 5 Oct. 41. 
Quarter^MoMter. — James Landers, 20 Nov. 30. 

Acryeoii.— Oeorge Northon Foaker, 15 Dec. 45 ; A$tist,-Swrff. 1 May, 85. 
Aitittani'Swgeon.^-BenTy Somers, M.D. 17 Oct. 45. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — Edward Simpson Grey, 24 April, 48. 

Blue. — A gents f Messrs. Cox L Co. 
[Rettimedfrom the Bast Indies, May, 1828.] 
1 Sir Joho Brown served on the expedition to South America under Oenrral Wbltelock ; on that to For* 
tuni under the Duke of WeUiniton, includloc the battles of RoIeU and Vimlert; and eubseqnesUj on Bkr 
Jolin Moora*t expedition to Spain, including tbe alTUrt with the Prrnch cavalry at Sahafua aad Benrrente. 
retreat to Ooninna, and battle of Comnna. Be was afterward! attached to the Portufuese amy, and rfcwi«c4 
flTo wooails to action with the enemy on the 18th F«b. ISU. He was alio attached for Hve months lo a 
division of the Spanish army in Sstramadura under Qeneiml Uendizabel. Sir John has rreehed the War 
Medal with three deeps, for Boleia, Ytanlera, and Corunna. 
t Captain Coet was preaent at the battle of Mabar^pore, and has received tbe Bronse Star. 




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S Lt.*Col. Gnat SRVcd la Chlae (MHel) m Bticade-M^lor to LeiS ieltooa, and ws« pmrnt st lb* smmU 

of Chia Klug Foo. aad at the Uadteg b«fov« Manktn. He wrrcd «nh tbe Mh Laacen at SobraoB (medal) la IS4S | aaS he 

llw RgtaDCBi dufftaff tb* crrator part of the caatpalcB la th* Paajaub in IStf-V, laelttdlsf the yaiaase ef tte 

at B e m amg ar, and batde of CbUUaawallah : be «ai alM ptcatat at the batUa of Oof^crat. 

• Major LltUo. Cayt Buiablcy, Ltt. Bawtrry, Prraeb, King, aad Bead, arrrfd la tb« raBpalfa oa (ha Satlej la ISIS, a*l 

at tha battla af Sabraaa (ncdal). Licutt. Havtrry, Freacb. aad Klag, Mrrcd Is Iba Pnaiaiib aaapalga of 

bo poMaft of the rVaab at ftaaatiff«r« aad battle* of CbllHaawaUab aad Ooojcral. 

S Capcya Steele seoed bi tbe 9Stb wltb tbe apadltlea le tbe Nortb «f Cbtee la IS4S (Medal), aad wai pfeseai at mr 

aapCatv erCUa Kiaat Poo, and at tbe laadiar befeff* MaaUa. 
7 M^or Piatt arrvcd witb tbe IMh I anctn la tbe caaapalga la AS^baalnaa, uadet Lord Kaaae la loe aadeo. sad •«* 
pffcaeat at tbe aaiaalt aad laptaii of Obasaeo (idaiy Votantecrcd wItb tbe aqoadraa detached ander Brifadter CWe«a 
ia advaaeo af tbe army, to ■else tbe aacaqi'iffaM. aa4 secaic pea*c«loa of tbe clladel aT Cabal la Aagaat laiS. «bick •«• 
aeconpUabcd. Appotelcd M^Jor oT Bri|^ wHb tbe araiy of reoerre la IMS aad tt. Scmd ai AMi.-A4Jt.-Oea. to (kr 
Cavalry BHWaa wttb the enay aT Oaaltar oader Lord Omgh la IS4I-44, aad »a« prtMBtal tbe batilo of Mabatojpoi* 
(a.«dal) t aad afala la the mbo rapacity la tbe PuiUaab raaipalia of 1S4S9 1 vaa preteat al the cavalry aeiloa at 8a». 
Bugfar nad Nov.. the paaaafe oT tbo Cbeaab oiib tbe force uadcr Slf Joseph Tbacbvcll at Wasserabad lit !>«« IMS i 
aad at tbo sabecqacat battles of CbilUaawallab aad Oo^crat. 

14 Caps. Aaioo. Lleata. CaapbeU aad BaMlltoa, tcrred with tbe Ml Lancer* la the battle of Paaalar (ttedal) i tbo 
eampalia ea tbe Satlfj la ISSS. feadadl^ tbo battla of Sobraoa (sedal) { aad la tbe PaaJaab eampelga of IS«»H^ laclvd- 
laf tbo paange of tbe Chaaab at Baanoifar, aad battles or CbUUaawaUab aad Oo«J«nt. 

15 LI. Vioada aarved «ltb ibe IStb laams at tbe actioas of Buddlwal aad Aliwal. aad ai alde-do-casip to Bw Jaar f St 
TbacfcvoU at Inbr aia (nedal aad aao clasp). Be aerred also tbe r«Oaab cavpatfa tt 1S4S S, tacladt^ tbe paaago of tbo 
Cbeaab at B a— a sga i. aad baSUes of CbllHaawallabead Ooa|«rac 

tt Dr. J ipbs u a sarrod witb tbo Slat tbo Pn^Jaab eaaipalga of IS4SS. aad was p r ts s at at tbe pasaafe of tbo Cbeaab, aod 
at tbebatdeaof Sailiilapan. aulllaawallab. aad Oo^crat (Medal aad CUsps). Be aervad alae la aaedlcal cbargo of fmn 
of tbo SStb aad Slstrcgto. la tbe Baaafbye eoaaWy aader Uevt..CoL Bradsbaw. 

M Comet Mms aarrcd wUb Ibe Mb Laacers la tbo SatleJ coBpalga of IStt-S, aad waa ptassnt la the bataeef S eb wn 
(Medal). Alao tbe Po^aab caapalga of ISSS-lw iBdailaff tbe raaaiwo el Ibe Gbanab, and betltes of CMUlsnwaUab aad 
Oo4w a t(Moaal aad alaapa). 



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« PEK lIfSUL4."-r-« PUNNIAR."— "SOBRAOir/^ 

9 on James WalUce Slfiigh/ CB. Comet, Feb. 95 ; Lieui. 88 Apr. 95 ; 
Cap^. 95 Qctr 98 ; Mqi- 14 ^une, 05i ^t-Col 14 Dec. (^; Co^. 19 Aug. 19; 



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Mqjor-Qen, 33 Jolji 30 : X/.-G^. 33 SfoT. 41 ; Col 9th t^ncen, 34 Aug. 39. 

Scott/ CB. Comet, P4 TAaj, 15 iLieut. P36 Oct 16 ; Capt. 
'fl;V»jP9Nov. 36; J 
James Hope Grant,' CB. Comet, p 39 Aug. 36 ; Lieut, p 36 Feb. 38 ; Capt.T^ 39 



Zt*' Coloneis.-^rJolai 
P 38 June, 31; If ( 



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y, 15: 
I. 31 A 



ug. 30; Col 19 June, 46. 



Kay 35; Mqfor, 83 Apr. 43; Brev.-Lt.-Col 7 June 49; Lt,'Col 39 Apr. 50. 
JUrt0ors.-^XTcUha\d little/ Comet, P4 0ct.31; Lieut, p 31 Aug. 33; Capt, 

P 84 Feb. 37; Mqjor. 5 April 50. 
William Warner Allen, Comet, p30 Not. 39; ^ieut. P30 April 41; Capt. 

P3 Aug. 44; Mq}or P31 Feb. 51. 



Captains. 

John Bose Holden Rose* 
Hon, Charles Powys^ . . 
Bdward James Pratt? • . 
Bobert Abercromby Yule^ 
WiUiam Drysdale' .... 
OctHenrySt.Geo.An8on*^ 
Wm.Well.W. Humbley* 

Aug. Fred. Bteele" 

Joslas RogersJohn Coles** 

LlBUTBNAKTS. 

VfmRNewportCampbellW 
Fred. Courtney Trower* 
Thomas John Francis ^*. . 
Alexander Hawtrey* .... 
Wm. Hamilton,** adj. . . 
Fra. John M'Farlane^' .. 
Lucius John French.* , . • ^ 
Robert William Ktnfi' .. 

John Head* 

John Henry King **•#•• 
Henry Andrew Sarel " • • 
Frederick l^llis * ...... 

A. Bastfield WiUdnaon ^ 

Henry Scott 

Riehard Shaw, R. M 

W.WedderburnArbuthnot 
Archibald Semple Young 
John George Willis • • • - 
Henry Holden Steward.. 

COBITETS. 

Robert Charles Kidd .... 

Robert Mills** 

Charles David Rich .... 
Fra. Richard Chas. Grant 
Wm. Cracroft Gordon . . 
Charles John Heaton Ellis 
Alfred Stowell Jones. . , . 
Qeniy Lavington Payna 



CORKBT. 



P 19 July 31 

P38 Feb. 34 

14 Feb. 38 

P 3 Jnly 35 

P39Dec. 35 

37 Not. 35 

37 Mar. 35 

P 18 No7. 41 

P 3 Sept. 36 

P 10 June 36 
PdO June37 
P14 June39 
P 84 April 43 
39 April 43 
P 6 Jan, 43 
PIS Dec. 43 
P 33 June 43 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P 83 Jan. 46 
P 18 July 47 
P 18 Aug. 47 
Pll Feb, 48 
P 18 May 48 
3 Apr. 46 
P16 Dec. 48 
P 33 Not. 49 
p 16 Mar. 50 
p 13 Apr. 60 

P 18 July 50 
8 Oct. 50 
p 17 June 51 
p 16 Sept. 51 
p 13 Feb. 53 
p 16 Apr. 53 
P 9 July 53 



LIEDT. I OAPTAIN. BRBY.-UAJ. 



Pll Jan. 33 'P39 April 43 
P 1 July 36'Pl3JuIy 47 
30 Sept. 44 



P 80 Jan. 33 

P36May 37 

P31 Aug. 38 

8 Dee. 88 

15 Dee. 88 

17 Mar. 43 

P88 Mar. 89 



7 June 40 
7 June 49 



41 
48 
48 



P 3 July 47 
P 39 Oct. 47 
P 19 Oct. 49 
39 April 50 
P34May 60 
P 19 Mar. 47 

I Colonel Scott iru prewiU with 
tho Fraach simjr oader M»nbal 
Oorwd. at tht ■iegc of Antwerp, 
in Dec. 1832 | and, by penainlon or 
the Manhal, be accompanied the 
tnopt apoa every occasion 4urio« 
tbe siege. In Oct. ISSB, he w^ a|- 
pointed to the coniBand of tbe ca- 
valry of the Bombay divUlon pi the 
•may or the I^dua, as Brigadier \ 
served in that rank duriof tb^ cam* 
pai^ns of 1838 and S9. in SeinSe and 
Afkhaaistaa, and was present at the 
•tiaek and capture of Ghuznee. 
Durlof the Utter part of 18S9. he 
commanded a detached column, 
eoBsistlnr of the whole of tbe artil- 
lery, (eweptlng 4 (uns.) tbe cavalry, 
and one battalion of Infantry : this 
eolamn was destined to secure the 
■tthJugatiOB of Upper Selnde, and to 
co-operate witb the main column 
uodfr Sir Tho. Willsbire, directed 
afalnst Kbelat. In the action at 
UabarMporc on tbe 29th Dec, 1843, 
he eoOBQunded a Brif ide of Cavalry, 
as also at the battle of Sobraon. 

6 Capt Bose commanded a baV squadron of the Srd 
Light Dtagooos at the (brclng ot the Kbybcr Pass, and 
was alfo $i the relief of Jeilal^ad, and at the re-cupture 
of Cabool, in AflgbanistSA. in 1842 (me^al). At the battle 
Of Punnlar,nearOwalior,be commanded tbe left iquad- 
raa of the 9ih Leasers (medal). Be was alto at Sobra- 
on (medal) in 1840 1 tnd in the efmpaign of 1848-9 in 
tbe PuQJaab, including the passage of the Chepab at 
Ramauggur, and battles 



16 Jnly 

18 May 
P 1 July 
P 81 May 44 

33 Oct. 46 

P 34 Oet. 45 

38 Apr. 46 

17 Mar. 47 

19 Not. 43 
P31 Dec. 47 
P 16 Dec. 48 
P 3 Oct. 
P 18 Jan. 
P 83 Feb. 

6 Apr. 
P17 June61 
P37 Feb. 63 
P37 Feb. 63 
Pll June 63 



49 
60 
60 
60 



of Chilliahwallah and Goo 



pni 

d< 



_ „ P 9 Jiily 53 

Paymatter, — ^Tho. Hanaon Batclifl; ^ Sept. 47 ; Ene, 3 Apr. 40 : Lt. Pi 6 Aofr. 43. 

A^utant.—Lieut, WiUiam Hamilton," 39 April, 43. 

Quarter-MaHer. — Peter House, 13 Noy. 53. 

i^ur^eoft.— Bob. JoyntOordonGrant/'^ 3 Jfil.41; A .-3. 14 Feb. 38; U.-A . 7 Sep, 36. 

AsHstant'Surgeons. — ^William Holxnes Jepbson,** M.D. 13 July 44. 

Edward Bailey Tuaon, 30 Aug. 44. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Bichard John Gedaliah Hurford,'* 17 Jillyi 35. 
Blue — Facings 8cariet. — Agent, George Samuel Collyer, Bsq. 

1 General Sleigh lerred in Flanden in 1795; in the actloni \n North Holland and the ^elder, 10th aad 
19th Sept., and Sd and 6th Oct. 1799. Iq the Peninsula in 1811 and 18. Commanded tne 11th Dr«gooi|f at 
Waterloo, towardi the cloee ofwUch the command of the 4th Brigade devolved on him. In 1819^ be ac 
companied his regiment to ladlaf and oommaaded tba Cavalry division at the siege of Bhtirtpore in 1886ft 0. 
J^ hm reeeired the War Kedfl with one dagp for Salamanca. 

4 Tne Hon. Capt. Powys, prior to entering the armj, served five yean and three months in the Roval 
Kavf f and waa iiiaaeatiii H.M .8. Blonds, at tha takias of the Morea Castle, in the Oulf of Lepanto, in 1888.^ 
Ha served vith tha 9th Laaaers ia the eaaspalgn of 1848-9 in the Pnqjanb, including the passage of the 
Ohanab at Bamnuffguf, and battles of OhnilanwaUah and Oocjerat. 

9 Captain Drysdale served with the 4th Light Dragoons, and Lieut Trower trith the lOth Lancers, 
during the campaign in Afij^hanistan under jLorl Keane, and were present at the siege and capture of 
Qhuiaee. (Medal.) These officers were also present with the 9th Lancers In the action at Punniar* 89th 
Dec. 48 ^medal) ; at Sobraon (medal) in 1846; and in the Punjaub campaign of 18id*9, ladudiiig the pas> 



Jerr. 



(lair 
Pay. 



Sir] loth {The Prince of Waleis Own) Boval Beg. of g^WK 

Li. Drs, {Hussars.) 

** PENINSULA."—" WATERLOO." 

CoUmeh 

9 Hwu Henry Beauchamp Lygon/ Comet ^ July, 1803 ; LUut, S4 Hay, 04 ; 

Capt. 15 Jan. 07 ; MuQor, 14 May, 19 ; Lt.»Col. 18 June, 15; CoL 24 Mar. S2; 

Mqjor-Qeiu 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Oen, Nor. 40 ; Col, 10th Huuars, 23 June, 43. 

Lieut.'CoIoneU. 
William Parlby, Cortut, P 3 Oct. IG ; Lieut, p 6 May, 24 ; Capt. p 10 Sept. 20 ; 

Brevet-Mqjor, 23 Nov. 41 ; A£i{for, P2G Sept. 45; Lt.-CoU p30 Jan. 46. 
Fred. Charles Griffiths, Comet y P17 Jane, 24; Lt, 16 Feb. 26; Capt. p5 April, 

31 ; Mtyor^ p28 Oct. 37 ; Lieut.-CoL 3 May, 39 ; Col. 11 Not. 61. 
John Trittou,* Comet, 14 Jan. 13; Lt. 14 Aug. 15 ; Capt. 7 Oct. 30; Aft^or, 

3 Apr. 40; Lieut.- CoL p27 Feb. 52. 
lfq;or«.— John Wilkie, Comet, Pll May, 38 ; Lieut. P20 May, 40 ; Capt. p 17 

May, 44 ; Mqjor, p27 Feb. 52. 
Broadley Harrison, Comet, » 11 Oct. 39; Lieut, p 7 Sept. 41 ; Capt. P 7 June 

44; Af<yor P 5 Nov. 52. 



rli 



Captains. 
Lord Geo. A. Beauclerk 
Methuen Stedman ...... 

William Murray 

Charles Freville Surtees . . 
HoiuT. C. O. FitzClarence 
Robert Charles Holmes . . 

Charles Bowles* 

Richard Playne Smith .. 
John Wydiffe Thompson 

LiBUTBKANTS. 

Thomas Saigent Little • • 
Charles Potts Roster .... 
Tlieodore Wligman, R.M. 
Arthur John Loftus • • . . 
John Walrond Clarke • . 
John Percy Smith,* atff. 
Butler Mildmay Giveen 
Benjamhi Aylett Branflll 

John Drnmmond'' 

Randall Wilmcr Hatfield 
Tlieodoro Williams • • • . 

Robert Clements 

Edward Stacey 

Henry Alexander ...... 

John Rawlinson Cnthbert 
Thomas Manners Townley 
Arthur Herbert Cass • • . . 
Herbert James Fairlio •. 
Guy Webster 

CORNBTS. 

Bdw. M. Roper Stapylton 
H. W. Macalister Hathway 
M. James Bradley Dyne.. 
Arthur Edward Benson . . 
Dundas Reinhardt Gill . . 
James M. Bum Murdoch 
James Alston Clark • . • . 
Hon. M. FitsMaur. Deane 



CORMBT. 



LI BUT. 



P28 Aug. 38 
P 1 June 38 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P 28 Jan. 42 
22 April 42 
P20 Nov. 40 
P 16 Aug. 39 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P22NOV.44 

9 Dec. 37 

P 8 Jan. 41 

P29 Nov. 44 

P 15 Dec. 40 

P 20 Mar. 46 

p 8 July 36 

4 Apr. 46 

6 Apr. 46 

6 Apr. 46 

P 10 Apr. 47 

P 8 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

P 1 Dec. 46 

P 3 Sept. 47 

P 10 Dec. 47 

P21 Aug. 49 

P 13 Dec. 50 

P 20 April 49 

P 17 June 51 

P12Dec 50 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 12 Mar. 52 
P 9 July 52 
p 14 Mar. 51 
P23 Nov. 52 
P 17 Dec. 52 



P5 Feb. 41 
P21 Feb. 40 
P29 May 40 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P23May 45 
P 12 Apr. 44 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P 3 Apr. 46 
p 3 Apr. 46 

19 Oct. 39 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 May 44 

P 1 Dec. 46 
21 Aug. 39 
Pll June 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
Pl5Dec. 48 
P 4 May 49 
p25 Jan. 50 

20 Jan. 50 
P 12 Apr. 50 
P ODec 60 

6 June 51 

8 Aug. 51 
6 Nov. 52 

9 May 51 
P 10 Dec 52 



S Mr. Sim 



CAPTAIN. 



6 Dec. 44 
4 Apr. 45 
6 Nov. 46 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 12 Apr. 60 
P 6 June 51 
P 17 Apr. 47 
P27 Feb. 52 
P 6 Nov. 62 



BRBVBT- 
KAJOM. 



a Lieut John Ptrry SalUi 
th* campaign la ABrhaaUl— 
Loid Kmm, wIUiUm IMk 
•ad WM pntnu at Um aicf* 
eaptar* of OhufliM ( Medal) * 

r LlMiL Dmnaood 
TOtaatMr the OwaUer 
lSa-4. sbA WM pnarat ia Um 
of Mdun^ipora (M«dal> 




















































t.-0«a. the niNMHiialili Ueanr B. Lyfaa, aerred ia Um 

afalafroaa Febi. IIU toibeesd of thai war, teetodlag the 
TTfTly ■ im a S ai l la the aacfc. Mth Aug. ltl«^ la MJMaaa*a 
lal with one daap tor TUavera. 

CoL Trittoa Mfred wWi the lata Mth Dragoaaa at the alaga aai eaptaraaf Battraa, aad the Mahratta eaaii 
I8i wiihthellUiLc Dn.atth«ric««aadai9«Br«erBhaitparelal«tt<i aad with the SbS Li. Dn. Iha 

Aflkhaaietaa. Itoacrradaa D. A A4i> OMMral anSacavalryaf thaaoiyariba Satl4l»lMM»aaS«aa| 
tlceofMoodhae, ~ 



lathelith 
la AS^haaiataa laader Lord 
the eaptare ot Olniaaee. be which ha haa rredfad a 



10 Doctor Macbeth aerrod with the 10th Foot la Iha 
SaUej coiapalffB of 1SU4. laeladlaff the battle off Sa. 
braea (Medal). He waa alae pcoacat dariag the oailr 
part of the alego opeiaikia beiaot Mealtaa la I8«Il 



Paymoii^r.— Richard John Elrington. 2 Feb. 44 -, Sni. P24 March, 38; Lieui* 
Aifutant.-'Lieui. John Percy Smith/ 29 Jan. 50. [p 29 May, 99. 

Quarter^Master, — John Fenn, 19 May, 46. 
^Mryeim.— Murdoch John Maclaine Ross/ 8 Feb. 42 ; Astiit.-Surg. 16 Feb. 97; 

Hoip.'Aitiet. 28 Feb. 26. 
A$si$tttni^Surffeoni.^ThomBB Frsser, M.D., 16 Dee. 45. 

James Macbeth,>« M.D., 3 Dee. 41. 
Fe^eHiuiry5tfr^Mti— Thomas8iddeU,3Feb.47. | Blue.— iiyeii/, Mess. Cox It Cou 



wlthttalfth 

of Oporta. batllo ef TtfaTera, aad | 
la the balUa of Baiara. Bo hoa itoeivcd iha 




M Dublin.'*] ll^A (or Prince Alberfs Own) Regiment ofHussavM. 137 

The Sphinx, with the words, " EGYPT"— " SALAMANCA"— « PENIITSULA"— 
— " WATERLOO"—" BHURTPOBE." 



Ycan'Serv 



47 



FbU 



26 



24 



16 

10 

10 

9 

9 

7 



6 
6 

6 
5 

4 
4 
3 



2 
2 
2 
1 
1 

14 
6 
6 

14 
1 

21 



Hair 
P»7. 



»ft 



1* 





































Colonel. 

9 Oai Henry Wyiidham,« Ens, 27 March 06; Capt. 8 Jooe 09; Mqjor.d Aug. 
13; l4eut,-Col. 20 Jan. 14; CoL 27 May 26; Mq^or-Gen. 10 Jan. 87: 
Lieut'Oen, 9 Nov. 46; Col. 11th Hussara, 19 Nov. 47. 

Lieut.^Colonel, 

James Thomas, Earl qf Cardigan, Comet, p 6 May, 24 ; Lieut, p 13 Jan. 25 ; 
Ca;>^P9Jane,26;lfq^,P3Ang.30; Xieu^.- Co/. 3 Dec. 30; aiZ.0Nov.46. 

Mqjor. 

John Douglas, Comet, p 18 Jnne 29; Lieut, p 26 Oct. 33; Capt. p 11 May 39 : 
Brevet-Mqfor, 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqj'ar, p24 Dec. 62. 



Caftaiks. 

Gdmund Peel i 

WiUiamFoster 

Thomas Yorke Dallas . . 
Wm. G. Baker Cresswell 
Frederick Henry Sykes. . 
Arthur Brisco • • . 

LlEUTBKAKTS. 

William Ennis,* ^4;. .. 
Edwin Adolphus Cook . . 
Walter Stephens Brinkley 

James Miller 

John Inglis ...••..•.••• 
Wm. Drury N. Lowe. . . . 
Arthur Wm. Saltmarshe 

Cornets. 
R. R. H. Dungate, R.M. 
J?<m.Robt.John Annesley 
H. Astley Trevelyan •• . . 
Alex. Roberts Dunn 



CORKBT. 



P 18 Mar. 36 
P 6 Dec. 43 
P29 Dec. 43 
P 6 April 44 
P 23 July 44 
P 10 July 46 



22 Jan. 47 
P 30 Mar. 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 23 Nov. 49 
P 22 Nov. 60 



P 18 July 61 
Pl6Sept.61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 



LIBUT. 



P 17 July 40 
P 26 Sept. 46 
P21 Apr. 46 
P 10 July 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 13 July 47 



27 Jan. 48 
P 28 Jan. 48 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 14 Jnne 60 
PdOMay 61 
P 26 July 61 
P23Sept.61 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Nov. 46 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 14 June 60 
P26July 61 
P 26 June 62 
P 24 Dec 62 



BRBYBT' 
MAJOR. 



ColeraineRobt.yansittartlp]7 Aug. 62 

Paymaster.— Joseph Hely,» 1 Dec. 48 ; Ent. 16 Feb. 39; Lieut, 11 Vor. 46. 

Ai^utant.— Lieut. William Ennis,^ 22 Jan. 47. 

Quarter-Master. — John GiUeland, 6 March, 47. 

Surgeon.-— John Mure, M.D. 24 Dec. 47 ; AsHst.'Surg, 4 Oct. 39. 

Atsist-Surgeon. — ^Henry John Wilkin, 13 Jan. 62. 

Veterinary Surgeon, — John William Gloag, 29 June, 32. 



Blue.— ilyen^, Messrs. Cox 8c Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co. 

[Returned from the East Indies, June 1838.] 

1 Llmt-General Wjndham Mrred the Penimular campaigns of 1808, 0, 11, and 13, Indttdlnf the 
aetioDS of Boleia, Yimiera, Bcnerente, Albnhera, Uiagre, Moralei da Toro, Tlttoria, and th« Pyrencof. 
Itorred alio the campaign of 1815, and was leveraljr wounded at Waterloo. He has reeeiTcd the War Medal 
with foar clasps for Rolela, Yimiera, Albnhera, and Yittoria. 

9 Ueiit. Ennis served in the llth Hnssars at the siege and capture of Bhortpore in 1885-0. 

S Paymaster Hely scrred as a captain in the 1st Lancers of the late Anglo-Spanish Legion, in 1835 and 38, 
and was engaged at the castle of OucTara, the stronghold of the Carlists; and norwards at Mendegvr, Axna, 
and heights of Arlaban in Alava on the 18th, ITth, arid 18th Jan. 1838; also at the passage of the Urumea 
on the 38th May, and commanded the squadron which took Passages on tliat day. Again on the right of 
the lines when Alxa was attacked ; together with constant skirmislMS in ttoxd of Yittoria. 



rBmb. for Ctp* »t 



138 12^ ( 77u Prince of WaUis) Royal Regt o/Laneert. l^^j^m. 



Tetn'Scrt, 



es 



Full 
Paj. 



88 



SO 



Half 
Pay. 



15 
7 

7 

14 
12 

4 
18 

6 
6 

4 

7 
4 
7 
4 
6 

2 
5 
1 
1 



16 

6 

6 

18 

2 

6 



The Sphinx, with the word*, « EGYPT'—" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 

Colonel, 
9 /fiTir Henry lohll Cuininliig/ ftCH. Coni«f, 19 tftj, 1790 ; l^uf. Feb. 
03 ; Capi. 91 Feb. 04 ; Mqfor, 96 Oet 08 ; Liaa-Col. 17 Feb. 1803: Col. 1 
Jan. 12; MaJar^Gon, 4 Jnne^ 14; JAeut^'Oen. 99 Jnly, SO; Oen. 9 Not. 46 ; 
Col. 12th Lancen, 90 Jan. 87. 

Edwafd Pole, Comet , P 1 July ^ 96 1 Lieut, p 10 Sept. 90 ) Capt, p 18 Not. 31 ; 
Afq/or, P90 July, 44) Lleui.^CoL P80 March, 47. 

Mqjor. 
WilUtm Heathtiote Tottetthifn, Cornet, p18 Dee. 88; Lieut. p98 Oct 35; 
Capt. P 7 July 48 ) Mitf&t, p 99 Feb. 50. 




































•b^B 



Captains. 

DaTid Arthur Monro. . . 
Thomas Geo. Alex* Oaket 
John Wilson Fox . * < « . . 
Bdw. Bnigoyne Cutotoh* 
Jn.De Montmorency PHor 
Qeoiye P. WbUtingstall 
George Home< *«.«i4... 

LlBUTBHARTB. 

ArthurW. Williams, R.M. 
Charles Marr, a4i^.. • • . • . 
Geo. Cha. Selwyn Durant 
Chandos Fred. Clifton* «• 
George Thomas Gongh* 
John Kincaid Lennox < > 
Charles Francis Fuller •« 
Robert HerbertHeath Jary 
John Edward Swindley » * 

COBNATB. 

Ralph Shelton Bond .... 

Valentine Baker 

Edward Brown •••.••.. 
Alexander Fletcher .... 



CORMBT. 



P98Deo. 88 
P 16 Jan. 46 
p 1 May 46 
91 June 39 
31 Dee. 41 
P19Jan4 49 
P 19 Jane 38 

p 6 Not. 47 

p96May 48 

P 9 Feb. 49 

P81 May 44 

4 Apr. 40 

P 19 Get. 49 

9 Oct. 46 

P98NOT.49 

16 Jam 47 

PI 1 July 61 

P 1 Aug. 48 

94Ang. 69 

P918etil.69 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 1 Jane 41 
P 3 Sept. 47 
l»96NoT.47 
19 Dec. 43 
80 Apr. 46 
9 96 Get. 40 
P 98 Aug. 88 

P 9 Oct. 40 

26 Get. 49 

p 9 Not. 40 

f 90 Get 47 

P 9JBBe48 

P 27 Dec. 60 

10 Not. 60 

»96 Apr. 61 

99Deo< 00 



P 1 May 46 
P22Feb. 60 
P 19 Jnly 60 
POlJali. 61 

8 July 61 
P99 0et. 62 

95 Jone 69 



BBBTBT<* 
MAJOB. 



Poymof^er.— Blayney Townly Walshe, 3 Oct. 48; Ene. p98 Aug. 38 ; 

31 Dec. 89. 
A4jutttni. — Lieut. Charles Marr, 96 May, 48. 
Quar^er-lfafeer.— Michael Blake, 18 July 48. 
J^^eon.— George Anderson, 16 Dec. 45; A.»8. 19 June 85. 
Aj»t«fan/-i9iir^«on.*— Ohrlst^er Franda Flood, M. D. 81 Jan. Oh 
Veterinary 9tti^(reon.— William Thacker, 14 July 47. 

Blue — Fae^t Scarlet.— il^en^, George Samuel Collyer, Esq. 



1 sir Hm. John Cummlng icnrtd with the llth Drafooni InFlaaden, and waapraient in eroy action that 
oceorred, inelndlnf thatkna of ValendanMB and IhulUrk ; and battlM of Patnan and Gateau : alao tlM wintar 
campaiim of 17M In HoUand, and lliat to tfia Relder in 17S9. Serred ilao two jean in the I^ninnda, in 
eommand of tha llth IJfht l>ragoooi,includlnf the action of Bl Bodon. (woonded bj a fabre cut in Uia ann.) 
and battle of Balaaanea, for wUeh latter be ha* recelTed Che gold medal. 

8 Capt. Caieloa lerred With the Idth Laneen In the action at MahariOpore 901h Dee. 1841 (Msdil) ; sad 
with the Srd Light Dragoone daring the campaign of 1846-a on the 8atl^; iBClodifig tha bilucs of 
Moodkee (lOTerelj wounded) and Bobraon, for which he hai received a Medal and one CSalp. 

4 Lieot. Clifton ferrcd with ths Mh Laneen In the eampaign on the BtttleJ in 1846^ and wAi ^f«ett at 
the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

g UauL Oottgh Mrred the Pttt^aab eattipaigo of 1B48-0, sad va« pretent la th» aeUoBl of Maaiaaigar. 
Badoolapora, ChltliMwallth, and Go<]|erat (Medal and two ClMps). 

7 Pajmaiter walshe ierred with the 0th throaghont the campaign of 1849 In AB|hsaietaB (Vttfil) 
nnd^r Str George Pollocic, inclttding the storming the Khyber fms, takiflg the Fort of Mamoo iChall, 
storming the heighu of Jugdullock, action in the Teaeen Tallej, deairtag the helghti of Hnff KoCal, aad 
storming the Town of IslaUdT. 



13£& Regiment of lAghi DrayooM. 



139 



B«ad QaartfNl 
at Honittlow. J 

Oa the elifteoei and appoinimanti, the Mollo, " Virtt in ^Bt^muW— ** PENlilStniA**— " WATBRLOO." 



Yean' Serr, 



60 



Full 
Pay. 



18 



18 



11 
11 

8 

8 
I 
6 

8 
7 
6 
6 
4 
ft 
8 



5 
8 
S 

i 

i 
1 

19 



Half 
Pay. 








d 













d 











ColaneU 
H $Si JJofi. fedward Pyndar tjrgon,» Cfi. Sub-Lieui. 1 June, 03 j lAeut. 7 
Kov. 05; Captaift^ 15 Feb. 08; ZieUt.-Cotwiel, 27 A|)H1, 16; CoUmeL 27 
April, 22; Majot-OeMral, 10 Jan. 37 j Xf.-»«i.9 l^ot. 46; Colanei, 18th 
Light Dragoons, 29 Jan. 48. 

Charles ^dmand Doherty, Comet , p 24 Apr. 35 ; tieut. p 6 Jan« 37 ; Capt, P 4 
Sept. 40 ; Jiftyor, p 23 June 46 j Lieut, -CoL p 12 Oct. 52. 

Afq/or. 

William Richard Ormaby Gore, Comet ^ p29 Dec. So; Lieut. p12 Apr. 39 ; 
Capt, P 19 May 46 ; Migor, p 12 Oct. 62. 



........ 



Captaikb. 
Henry Holden 
John Augufttin Oldham 
Thomas Howard Goad .. 
Soame Gambier Jenyna 
Arthur Tremayne ....*. 
Luke White ;*; 

LlBtJTBKAHTS. 

Thomas IrWin, adff ....•« 
Edw. Ja«. Stopford Blair 
fibnJ.W.H.Hutchinson,* 

Percy Shawe Smith 

Peter Valentine Purcell 
Edwatd Lennox Jerrifl • i 
John William Clayton •• 



Cornets. 
Jdhn DatlB, R.M; ... 
Edward Raleigh Khig 
. Hugh Montgomery 
John Melklam . . : • . 
George Maxwell Goad 
FitzRoy Dohald Maclean 



< • • • 



. . . « 



COSNBT. 



P 22 Apr. 42 
P 1 Apr. 42 
4 July 45 
P 30 Dee. 45 
Pll Sept; 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 

24 Oct. 45 
7 April 46 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 29 Oct. 47 
p 4 May 49 
Pll July 61 
P 12 Apf. 50 



P 29 Dee. 48 
P22Notr. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
p 16 May 51 
P 23 Jan. 52 



LIBUT. 



PdODee. 46 
23 June 43 
P 13 Aug. 47 
1> 24 Sept. 47 
i>99 0ct. 47 
V 8 Det. 48 

28 Bl!pl. 47 
* 5 Aug. 49 
P 8 Oct. 50 
P 20 Dec. 50 
P 4 At>r. 51 
i*18Jiihe5S 
P Id Oct. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



^ 19 Mar. 47 
^ 4 May 49 
^ 8 Oct. 80 
^ 20 Dec. 00 
«• 4 Apr. 61 
'l«Octi 82 



BRBY-MAJ- 



P 19 Aug. 62 

Paymfl**er.— Edmund Bentley Frith, 7 Sept. 41 ; Sn$. P^l Oct. 34; Lieut. 

P3Nov.d7. ^ « iET 

a Aiffutant.—Lieui. Thomas Irwin, 24 Oct. 46. 
e Qunrter-Maeter.— Thomas Anderson, 2 April, 47. 
U SUrgeon.—ioOmaL Paynter, 11 Feb. 48; Assist, -Surg, 11 Jan. 89. 
il«»&^.-5urj^.— George Thomas Woodman, M.D. 20 Nor. 44. 
23 Fe*crifwirw iSMr^.— John Legrew, 9 July, 80. »^ , *, 

Blue— Facifii^* Buff,— Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from the Bast Indies, May 1840.] 
I L!«it..(Miieral the Honourable Edward P. Lygon lerred In the PenlMula « ith the 2iid Life Quardg, from 
Hot" 8W tethe end of that war in 1814, including the battle of ▼'t^riMor which he hai received the 
Wwicial with ofle clasp. Served alto the campaign of 1816, and waa present at the battle of Waterloo. 

[Continuation of Notee to 14th Light DragooM.! , ,o*o « 

"w*(SpuJn"'iJSii|»on Krred with the Tth Dragoon Ctaardi .gataf t the In.«rg«iit Bo.it In South AfriM in 
^arSd-G^'eir ^Xn'S tZ'If^i.^ot'L 9.llh .,«r « Ba*.l Pi-d«. «.d ».»«lt of 

Ihrough the KhjberPaM (Medal and Claepe). fcgnroilfn on the Sotl^ W i»4e, ind was pMtent at 



Yean' 8err. 



67 



Full 
P»7. 



Half 
Pay. 



20 



28 
16 



14 



The "PRUSSIAN EAGLE"— " DOURO"—" TALA VERA"— « FUENTE8 D'ONOR- 
— " SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— " 0RTHE8"— " PENINSULA.** 

Colonel. 
tt m S^ir Edward Kerrteon, Bart.^ KCB. & GCH. Ot>ni«f, 83 Jane, 1796; 

Ueui, 1 Feb. 08; Capt. 18 Oct. 98; Mqjor. 12 May, 1808; Lieut.-Coi* 

4 April, 05; Ca^4 June, 13: Mqjor^Oen, 12 Aug. 19; Lievt,^Gtn. 10 Jan. 

37 ; Gen, 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 14th Light Dragoons, 18 June, 30. 
Lteu^.-Coionei*.— Henry Edward Doherty,' CB. Comet, P31 Dec. 33; lAeut. 

p 16 July 30 ; Capt. P 1 7 May 39 ; Mqjor, p 22 Oct. 47 ; Li. -Col. 23 Not. 4^. 
Charles Steuart,^ Comet, 10 Dec. 26; Lieut. p6 Feb. 20; Capt. PO Not. 38; 

Mq^or, P26 April, 48 ; Zt.-CoL 7 July, 60. 
Mqjora.—Wm. Clarke, Qr.-Jf^^er, 16 Sept. 37; Corfi«^, 24 April 38; LUut. 

4 Jan. 41 ; Capt. p 25 Not. 42 ; Mqjor, 23 Nov. 48. 
John Hesketh Goddard,<^ Cor. p26 July, 39 ; X<. p 16 Jan. 41 ; Capt. p 10 May, 

45 ; Mqfor^ 17 Sept. 50. 



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11 





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8 






Captaiks. 

William Wilmer" 

Arthur Scudamore^ ... 
Wm. Augustus Gaussen' 
Richard Herbert GaU' . 

Thomas Oarratt *^ 

James Chambre " 

John Augustas Todd^ • 
Pearson Scott Thompson" 
Rlch.Bnckley Prettcjohn** 

LiSUTSKANTS. 

Robert Johnston Brown 
Richard P. Apthorp' .... 
WiUiamM<Mahon,"r... 

Arthur Need»»* 

WUIiam English* 

John Theodore Ling*. . . . 
Taylor Lambard Mayne' 

Thomas Barrett' 

Hy.Elmhirst Rcadcr,**acC. 
Wm. Dundas Boyd' .... 
/fim.Rich.W. Chctwynd" 

William Spilling" 

William D'Urban Blyth* 
John Dudgeon'^ 



CORNBT. 



P 15 June 30 
P 29 May 35 
P17 Aug. 38 
P 3 July 36 
9 Mar. 38 
P 27 July 26 
r 28 Apr. 37 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P23Feb. 38 

P31 Dec. 41 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P26NOT.42 
P 13 Oct. 30 
P 16 May 45 
P 4 Apr. 46 
P Aug. 41 
Pll Dec. 46 

24 Nov. 43 
P23Mar. 47 

23 April 47 
P 25 June 47 
P 22 Oct. 47 



LIBUT. 



11 Apr. 33 

18 Feb. 38 

8 Apr. 42 

7 Dec. 38 

29 Dec. 40 

P 12 Feb. 29 

P 14 June 39 

P 7 June 44 

PlSOct. 39 

P16 May 46 

5 Not. 46 

P 6 Nov. 46 

P 17 June 42 

23 Apr. 47 

P 9 Apr. 47 

P20Dec. 42 

P21 Jan. 48 

OAug. 45 

23 Nov. 48 

27 Nov. 48 

14 Jan. 49 

22 Feb. 49 



CAPTAIN. BKBV.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 51 



P 31 Dec. 30 

P22 0ct. 47 

p 1 Oct. 47 

P 31 Mar. 48 

p 23 May 48 

23 Nov. 48 

27 Not. 48 

P 3 Sept. 47 

17 Sept. 60 



S Lt..Col. Jkthmt atTwA wix\ 
th« Uth Lt. Dn. lla«««:ko«i it « 
Puuftab eampklfa of !•«*>•. tn- 
cladmf Ike mImni of Bnungf v r, 
paiMgv of th« Chmabb taattlet vf 
CbiUumwalkhaii4 Ooqicni. v«r- 
■ait of the enaaiy t i pw IW Jbr- 



Ittn, and of tkt Afffhi^a ewr ibt 
iBdw tkRN^h tlM KliyWt Pkm 
(Medal and Cksvi). At B«m- 
BiiCTur k« broifBt ih« dMrnns 

avadrou, voder CoL ■avtto-K 
bo vaa killed, aaraaa tkt mmll^ 



Thomas Edward Gordon*' p 27 Oct. 48 
Charles Edwyn Wyatt . . 
JohnHoUiday.'R. M. .. 
Frederick Yansittart .... 
Thomas Price Gratrex . . 

COHNBTS. 

John Pitt Kennedy .... 

James Leith 

Egerton Ford • • 

Henry Topham Clements 



P31 Mar. 48 p 22 Feb. 50 
17 Sept. 60 



P 18 July 48 IP 8 Mar. 50 
27 Nov. 48* 16 Mar. 51 
P IDcc. 48 
P 25 April 48 



P 31 Oct. 51 
P May 61 



and out of tba eaony'a ^trcact- 
iDCBta; and al Gooicnt ke cor- 
manded a body off B. K.'a Dr*. 
gooni and Hativ* Li|^t Cavalry. 

( Mi4. OoddBfd acrvcd vilb tbe 
14th Lt. Dra. thnmflioat the r«»- 
jaab canpoigmof UHS-S^ iMl«ii»c 
the aetloBafMiBS«n«r (with tk« 

chargiM •qM^'OB*}. 
the Chcnab* battlea 
wallah and Goeierat 

WOQBdcd). 



(aevereiy 



7 Cayta.Be«damoi«uidTDdd«arv«dviik the <th 

Lt. Dia. thiOQghoat the campadlffB ia Affchari^ aa t« 
1838 aad 99, iaeladiiif the licge and eaptv* «f Ohu- 
nee (Medal). Thev icrtcd with the Mth U. Dn. 
thnmghoat the Pmganb campaigBoT ISIS-^ tadadtaf 
the actioa of BaBaaoo, pa w a g e of th« Cheaeh. 
battlca of Chilliaawallah and Goaicnt. pwaait of liir 



eiMDT acroea the Jbdan, aad of the A&haaa o«er tkt 
ladoa thraagh the Khyber Paaa (MM and CIm** .. 



23 Mar. 49 

4 May 49 

P15Mar. 50 

P17 May 60 

Claudius Buchanan Whi^h I 19 Aug. 61 

Wm.HenryTravers Clarke p20 Aug. 51 

Standish Radley Jackson' p 12 Dec. 51 capt, 8ead.io« wMdightir 

George Ross*' I 19 Aug. 61 ^dMSS^aToo^S^ 

I i """■"^' [Xteii*. P29 Mawh, 44. 

Paymiwfer.— William Fetherrtonhaugh, 16 June, 49 ; Sns. p 8 April, 41 ; 
Ad§%tant.^IAeut. Henry Elmhiist Reader,*^ 4 Not. 60. 
Quarfer^lfaffer.— Thomas Bennett, 9 Aug. 60. 
tSur^eOfi.— Archibald Stewart,*' 12 Feb. 47 ; Aanrt.^Surg. 19 Feb. 36. 
AsMUtant" Surgeons. — Robert Bridgeman Wigstrom,*^ 23 May, 46. 

Charles Hamilton Fasson/' 12 July. 44. 
Veterinary 5ttr£eoti.— William C. Lord, 26 Jan. 46. 

Blue^Facmge Scarlet.— il^en^, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

I Sir Sdwaid Xerrisoa wrrrd at the H«lii«r In 1700; ioctudinip th« tatllM of Uis loth 8«pt .td aad fih 
Oet. Csmpalgn of I80fr>0 In Spain, under Sir John Moon, Incladinf tlie bstUe of Comniu. O n—wwU ^l 
the 7lh Hofnn in the eunpelgiM of ISIS, 14, tod 15, and wm prtMmt at the bntUce of Orthee and Wetvr- 
loo. Sir Edwwd waa wterely wounded (hit arm having been broken in two places) la Spain, 06 Dec. !«(»• . 
and allghtljr wounded at Waterloo, wbere he had alao a bone ahot under him. Sir Edward taa raeatred thf 
Gold Medal for Orthca, and the SilTer War Medal ulihtwo daepa for Sabagua and Benevento aad ToiUoiim- 

8 iX-GoL Steuart lenred with the 14th LL On. In the PutUsah campaign oT 184S-0, indudUv tbo bati • « 
of ChillianwaUah (labre wound) and Oot^erat, puiaolt of the vnemy acrois the Jhdum, and of the Aflk>'«<*« 
®*fl.*^ ^•^"' through the Khjber Psm (Medal aad Clatpt). __^ 

IS* Lieut. ICeed terred the Punjaub campaign of lMS-0 as Aklcde-Canp to Qcoenl WMik, aad va« 



^rwSjVrSfl I5th ( The King's) Begt. ofLt Dr^. (Hussars). [BanSS^Kdr... 

" EMSDORF"— « EGMONT-OP-ZEE"— « VILLIER8 EN COUCHE"— 
« SAHAGUK*'— " VITTORIA"— « PENINSULA"— " WATERLOO." 

CoUmeL—'Jfi Thomas WiUiam Brotherton/ CB. JEns. S4 Jan. 1800 ; Lieut, b 
Capi. 27 July, 01 ; Mqj. 28 Nov. 11 j Lt.-CoU 19 May 14 ; Col. 22 July 80 j 
Mqf.-Gen. 23 Nov, 41 ; Zt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 16th Huasara, 18 May 40. 

Lieta.-ColoruU.—QeoT%e William Key, Comet, p5 July, 31 ; Lieut. 25 Aug. 
83 ; Capt. Pl6 Sept. 87 ; Mqjor, p 14 June, 42 ; Lieut.-Col. Feb. 47. 

Michael William Smith, JSm. 19 Nov. 30 ; Lieta. P21 Feb. 34 ; Capt. P28 Apr. 
89 : Me0or, 9 Feb. 47 ; Lieut.-Col. p8 March, 60. 

Afflfor*.— Hen. Bond,* Comet, p26 May, 09 ; Lt. 1 March, 11 : Capt. p C May 
24; Brev.'Mqj. 28 June, 38; Afqf. 24 Nov. 43; Brev. Lt.'Col. 11 Nov. 61. 

Charles Hlgginson Teush-Hecker, Comet, p29 Aug. 26; l^i^u^. P3 Jan. 28; 
Capt. 2 June, 39 ; Mqjor, p 8 March, 60. 




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19 

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11 

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9 
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Captains. 
Oswald Sam. Blachford 

Richard Knox 

Francis Woodley Home 

John Brett 

Thomas J. Kearney • . . ' 
Lord Spencer S. Compton 
licwis Edward Nolan .... 

Henry Brett 

P.D'OrmieuxVon Streng * 



CORNET. 



P 6 Dec. 27 
p 28 Jane 31 
P. 31 Aug. 32 
p 10 Oct. 34 
27 Jan. 37 
p 1 Nov. 30 
Pl6Mar. 39 
P21 June 39 
P 11 Nov. 28 



LIBUT. 


















































P 13 Sept. 

20 Apr. 
P 6 Sept. 
P 14 Apr. 

8 May 
P 20 Oct. 
P 19 June 
Pll Feb. 

17 Apr. 



31 

34 

33 

87 

40 

43 

41 

42 

34 



CAPTAIN. 



1 Aug. 84 

9 Mar. 42 

P 19 Aug. 42 

9 Feb. 46 

3 Sept. 47 

P 29 Dec. 46 

p 8 Mar. 60 

P 26 July 61 

6 Sept. 62 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 40 



LiBUTBNAKTS. 

John Macartney 

Thomas R. Crawley,' i, . . 

Henry Lee,« R.M 

Jas. L. Sandys Lumsdaine 
Charles Walpole Hinxman! 
George Stoney Swinney . . 

Horace Trower 

James Boyd Miller 

Gust. Adolphus Hartman 
Wm.Veall Greetham,^c^'. 

Henry John Wale 

Frederick Wm. Goldfrap 
Charles Joseph Harford 
James Edwards Vivian .. 
Henry Howard Barber . . 

Edward Harnett 

John Puget 

William Oliver Bird .... 

COBNBTS. 

ir0n.AlgemonT. Moreton 
George Banington Price 

Charles Steel 

Thomas Francis Maude. . 
Geo. Travers Macartney 

Charles Sewell 

William Edington Stuart 
William Henry Home . . 



P27 Sept. 33 

19 Dec. 34 
p 12 Oct. 39 
P22Apra42 
I 26 Oct. 42 
p 14 June 42 
P 30 Aug. 42 
P 7 July 43 
PIO May 44 
P31 May 44 

20 June 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P 16 Jan. 46 
P 26 Feb. 48 
P 1 Dec 46 
p 2 June 48 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 16 Dec. 48 

P 12 Apr. 60 
P17 May 60 
P14 June60 
P 16 Oct. 60 
P19 Aug. 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P21 Nov. 61 
P27 Aug. 62 



P19 Dec. 34 

9 Mar. 42 

P 29 July 44 

9 Feb. 46 

P80May 46 

12 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

7 Jan. 47 

9 Feb. 47 

P 30 July 47 

P 26 Feb. 48 

P 8 Mai*. 60 

P27 Oct. 48 

P 17 May 60 

p 17 Jan. 61 

14 Oct. 61 

P 14 Oct. 61 

P 27 Aug. 62 



Lieut. Crawley WM preient 
at tlie doting operations before 
Meoltan and at the tarrender 
of the citadel Sand Jan. 1849, 
He serred M extra aide-de- 
camp to Sir Henrj Dundas 
commanding the Bombay Diri- 
ilon of the anny of the Pnn- 
Janb during the march from 
Mooltan and the fubsequent 
operatlont, and was present at 
the battle of Ooojerat (Medal) 
and in the pursuit of the Sikh 
army to the riTer Jhelua. 

6 C»pt. Von 8tr«n« ■erred with the 18th Ufht 
bftntry in All||hwl«t«i, and wm Pi«ent «t M J^k* 
on Gbuinee. and tm which h« hn rcedTcd th« McdaU 

Q Lt. Lrt WM prM«nt with the lAtfa Leaecn In tb« 
action at Maharajpore, ««th Dec. 1843. 

10 A»i«t,-Surf. Moltoc lefred with «J««^™"« 
the campaigns of 1844.46. In tha aontbera M«»»«** 
«jB.tty.ViSw.. prcmit et tha taktaf of the Porta of 
PunuUa and Powng hur. 



Paym«/«T.-Jame8 GuaUvua HamUton Holmci,24Feb. 37 j Em. pU Junc,30, 
it«i#.2 Aug.33; _ ^ ,. 

A4jutant.''Lieut. WiUiam Veall Greotham, 27 Aug. 62. 
Q3iir*er-Jlffl#fer.-Walter Clarkson, 1 Sept. 48 ; ^^^^^'^O Aug. 44. 
iS^tir^wm.— John Marshall, 80 Aug. 42 ; Assist. Surg. 29 March 33. 
^MM^flnf-5t«r^e<m*.— Joseph Jee, 16 April 42. xx\„a^AnimiM Mpaar« 

. Jaa. Prlchard Molme,»o 7 oct. 42. muer-^genis, Measif. 

re*mn<iry 5wr^«m.— Thomas Hurford, 26 Jan. 89. | Cox « v.o. 

1 Ll.oi..Oeneral Brotherton .erred in Egypt under Sir R«lph Abjjcromb^ln 1^^^^^^^ 
I.ord Crthcart in 1805; In Portugal, Spdn, and France during tiw ^^^""It^^^^^Z^ d^Onot, Sala- 
U> 1«U. and has receired the War MedaJ with seren clan»» for J^J ^V^Jflittle h^as w^^^^ and taken 
manca (wounded), Vittoria. Pyrenees. Nite lie. and N*^«».^ '»»»jj. ^^fL^S^ to wWch hU RegL the 14th 
prieoDff. Beddes ihe^ he was present at «^i «»J ~;»'7 /SJ^ciT? iJ « wrundiS seYeral tl2U in these 
Ught Dragoons was engaged, and was at the action on tne ixw . ne w« ww— 

•"s'?£Sl; Bond Mr.«l in the 17th Lt. Dr.. at the tahln. of Anjar In Cuteh In 1816 ' •jT^^^JIt^tS^ 
f iai7;nd 18. H. WM pre-cnt with the lllb Li, Dr.. at ^'i^^'^'l^^ll^fl^:,^^L K^J*?^ •»* 
art LI. Dia. into Affshani«t«i wlUi the force under Sir Geo ^;^^'>'l:^^;^V\»^X ?irt cTtbree dl««nt oceaalon.^ 
__... I. **•• .<tvaM«« «f *hi> ■miT im Cahool > alM> eonunanaca tne near «»•"» vu «.. ^ ^^_ ____ «««. 



142 I6tk ( 7%e Queen's) B^t of Li. D raff. (Laneeri). [^Jfn^HT 

•* TAtAVBBA'*— " FUBNTB8 D'ONOR"— " SALAMAK CA"-^' TirTORIA"— '' NITB" 
« PENINSULA" — " WATBRIiOO" — " BHURTPORB" — « AFFQH ANISTAN*'^ 
" GHUZNBE"— " MAHARAJPORB."— « ALIWAL."— « SOBRAON." 



TMn*8eit. 



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17 



9 
6 
8 
6 
6 
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14 
6 

4 
4 
3 
2 
3 

3 
2 
1 
1 
1 



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CWofiel.— 9 m Sir loiepli ThaekireU/ GOB. KH. C^meit 88 April 00; Lieut. 

18 #niie 01 ; Capi. April 07 ; Meger, 18 Jane, 16 ) Limii.^CoL 81 June 17 s 

Col, 10 Jan. 37 ; Mttfw^Oen. Not. 46 : Col. 16th lAncen 10 Nor. 49. 
Limtt,'Cohtiel.'~J<Ain Rowland Sinjthi CB.|* Comet, P6 Juir^ 21 ; Lieut. p26 

May, 86; Capt, PaS April, 86^ Mttfor^ Pll Aug. 41; Brevei^Lt.-CoL 19 

June, 46; Lieut-Col. ^ 10 Dec. 47. 
Mi^&rt.—ThtnnAa Pattle,' Cornei, 9 18 June 84; £#« p 88 Dae. 86; Capi. P 7 

Hay 47 j Me^or, p 18 Dec. 60. 
Cliariefl John Foster, Cbmet,* p 8 Apr. 86 ; LUfui. 81 Dee. 88; Capi. p 10 Defe. 47 ; 

Major, P 21 Sept 62. 



Captains. 
Richard HeaylBide. • < » • • 
William Thomas Dickson 

Thomas Heywood 

Tliomas Woolaston White 
Fimncis William Grant . . 
Lancelot Halton • 

LZBUTBHAHTS. 

Patrick Dynon/skf^'tc^Anf 

Robert Goff 

Da? id Barclay 

Julius Alex. Sartoris .... 
John Edmond Beveme . • 
Henry Arthur Sleeman * * 
Henry Eustace Leader • . 

CORNBtS. 

John Dynon,* R.M. * « . . 
Edward Tottenham Irrine 
F. C. Hanbury William* 
James Christine Hart • • 
Hon. Hugh Rowley 



1 J 



CORNBT. 



P 16 Febi 44 
P88 Apr. 47 
P88NOT. 46 
P 7 May 47 
P 8 July 47 
P86 Feb. 48 

89 May 30 
P 7 Apn 48 
P 13 April 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
P 17 May 60 
P 17 Jan. 61 
p 10 May 61 

8 Apr. 60 
P 17 Oct. 61 
Pll June 68 
P 9 July 62 
p 83 Not. 68 



LIBUT. 



30 Apr. 47 
P26 Feb. 48 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 1 Sept. 48 
P 13 April 49 

16 June 42 
P 13 July 49 
P 2 Apr. 60 
p 13 Dec. 60 
P27 Feb. 62 
P21 Sept. 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBt.-MAj. 



P 14 Dee. 49 
P26 Apr. 61 
P 88 Not. 60 
P 28 Sept. 61 
P81 Sept. 68 
PlSOet. 68 



S ll«Jor M»t ft»»T«dwlth Cht Mih 
LsBMn dttrinf th« caapalca ia 
gbanictan vader I^ord 
»•! pntnt at lh« ■!«§• aM 
of Oh«MK« (Hcdll). AU»tfeti 
palfaw Uw SatKi ta IMC Mtfodtaf 
tiM battle* of Baddlvai AU«al, 
(wottodcd) and SoWmb (Mcaal a^d 



17 i'l^moffer.— George Frederick Bosser/ 28 May, 47 ; Snii SO Aug. 86. 
14 A4fUtan$.^Lieui. Patrick Dynon,* 12 Dee. 89. 

6 Quarter'MaHer4 — George tambi* 4 Jane, 47< 
88 Sttr^eon.— Arthur Wood,M.D.' 21 Aug. 40; ^.-5. 19 Not. 86 » A.-j|. 88 Det. 86. 

7 Assiii.^Surgeon. — ^Usher Williamson BTans, M.D. 8 Apr* 46. 

Veterinary Surgeon.'-^Vnnchi Frederick Collins, 8 Dee. 48. 

Scarle^^Faefn^ Bluc^A^efOf , Messrs. Gob k Ca< 

[Retumedfrom Bengal, Dee. 1640»J 

1 8tr /oMph ThaekwtU ttrred tht camiMigii la OftllleU tnd Laon under fir Johii Moora, AOd «•• dof tfttd 
to ttvmttl akimiilMt, and praaent at the battla of Coninna. 8«nr«d the eanpalgnt of I8ia and 14 fb the 
PoniiuaJa, tndiidinc the battles of VUtorla, the Pjreneea In f^at of Pamp«luna, ft7tb, 38th, SOth. and aoih 
July } bloeiade of I'ampeluna, from 18th to the 91 it Oet. when It tttirenderad; battle of Orlhae, a Air «t 
TaKMO* and battle of ToidooM ; betidet many aflklft of adraneed goardf, oatpoett, ke. Sorted alio the 
campaif n of 1815, loclttding the action at Qnatre Bni, the retreat on the foUowiiic day, and battle of 
Waiarloo. Oomawnded the earalry divliton of the anny of the Indoi dortnc the AfTghantitan campalfn • 
wat pi e wu t at the etona aad capture of Ohumee ; and commanded the 9nd Column of the army on Ite 
mareh tnm QSbool to Beoial. Oommaaded the caralry dfv!flon la the action at Mahani)pore on ilia S9i|i 
Dec. 1848. Contoaed on the rlglrt ahonMer at Tlttorla, aad aeraiely wovaded at Waterloo (l«n atfh amiwf 
tated eloae to the ahoolder) In charglnf a aqnara of Infantry | had alao two hofiea ahot oiidar him. Re 
eommandcd the caralry In the battle of Sobraon (Uedal); fea alao In the tale Pui^Jaub campaign. Hm 
racelred the illrer War Medal, with three Ctaapa. 

S Lleat Cel. Sa^tt itrttd wWi (he lOOk tieiiii at (ha il«te of Btoailpau, aadar Lofd O aa ftu a iiu (MtOel). Hb 



•bo pmtBl with th« acfft. hk tb« actkn of Mabw^pert, tt Dec. 4S (Medal) | aad la flb* aie pitfB on the Sntlaj in IM*. 

■ad AUwal, la dM 1«m of whlca b« cesanadcd the Btft. aatll Mrtralf woandid la ikc 



laelttdtaff the taltlM of Baddiwal i 

tUeb bf a anukci-ball whibc ^aygtaff Che racmy*! tafkatry aad gaas (Medal end Claipe). 

i M^ler Parter acrvcd »l* Am llth Imtwn darhig the caapalga Im ASkhaaliMB nador Laid Ki _ 

liege aad eeptwe of OhaiaN (Medal). He aervvd alee at the bettir of Mahaialyow, 9lh Dee. isa ( Medal) i aad la »• 
caaipalCB on die Sotlcj la 18«d» toeladtac Am battfei ef Baddlval, AUiral (at AMe^e-Cmp te Brif adtar Cvteie«), Ad 
Sobraon (Medal and Claepi). 

i UcvL Oyaaa eerrad with the Mib teaiiii dartaf the MjalgB la A^hanbtaa oader Lord Keaar. toeladMa the 
■lete Mid aaptate of Obaiaee (Modal). Be wfTcd alao at *e baitfo of Mahar^pore (Medal). Mh Dee. laM ( and la tt« 
eaaipalffa on the SallcJ la IStt. laelodliw the batOe« at Baddlwal. Allval, aad Sobrdea (Modal aad Claepe). 

6 Comet Joha Djraoa eervcd with Iho Itlh Laaecn dvj^ the eaaipalca la Aflkihaalttaa nadee Lard Keaaa. 
Iha ilcf« and eafMre of Oha«aeo(Midaiy. 

y rayaMrtof ■aaatrwaan w a t eiihoa»ioaad H ii e iiefWiM l| i u ii,lalSSM(Medal). Heaieoi 
ladoa, andcr Lotd Keaaa, la IMS aad »^ aad waa freioai ai the oafdare of Okuaee (Medrt). ao wv aae fveeoat 
ialheaetlonat M a h a r ii| HW ,l>ib Pea* ISO (Medpl)t aad aMo at BadSlwaL AUwal. Md S y >iaia (Mad 

e qr..MaM. Lea* aerrad wMh tto ISlh Laaaora dariac tte c^mIsb ta ASfcliaiiHtaa andar I^ovd 
alatoead u ap iui l of O h a aa ii (Medal). AlwaidMbatAe of Mahandpon (Medal) l»ih Deo. ia«i| Mdlaihe 
aa (he tatm la IS4d, laahidtaK dM beMlo of Baddlwal, AMwal, aad SobnMn (Medal aad daeya). 

9 Daaa» Weed awtad wiMi <m S» I wiiai la iho flwiliir WM'sa ta Isa CModiDi alaalha iiaf iliaaa <w Saito ^ 

erSahmea<Medal). ^ 



• r 



Sli^ubST] llih E^iimeni tf Liffhi I)raffooni.--{Lancers.) US 



''Peaih't ffiod/" wlih the ttoitO| « Or Gior^.'^ 



TMtt'SerT. 



16 



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11 





8 





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M thothai WilUkni taylor/ ClI. Comei, 14 Julf, 04) Lieut. 12 June, 05 ; 
Capt. 82 Jan. 07; Miyor, 7 July, 14; Zt.-CoL 18 June, 15; Col&nel, 10 
Jan. 87 ; Mt^ar-Gen, JCov. 46; Co2cm«l 17th Lancen, 28 Sept. 52. 

Lind.^CctoneU 

John Lawrenaeili CoMiBtf 18 Nor. 18 ; Heui. 6 Dee. 81 ; Capi, p 27 Aug. 25 ; 
Sre9**Mt^9r, 88 June 88 ; Mqfttf p 81 D4e. 88 J Ii{eii^<-Cel. p 87 June 45. 

Migor, 

AngnatuB Saltreh Willett, COmei, Pfl Dec. 36; Heui. p31 Dec 89 1 Capi. 
7l4 June 48 ; Mitfor, P USS May 58. 



Captains. 
Henry Roxby BensoU . 
William Morris ^...;.. 
Wtt. H. Kentiedy Brsklne 

Bobert White ... i 

John Pratt Winter ; . . 
Aug.Fred.CaTendiahWebb 

LiBITTBNAKTS. 

Godfrey Charles Morgan.. 
Alex. Learlnonth . . i . , 
John Henry Thornton ; 
Sir Willhim Gcnrdott, Bt 
Lewis Bdward Knight «• 
Wm. Felix Tolleihaehe . • 

COBNBTa. 

Thomas Tiylor, R. M. • • 
John W. Cradoek Htftolyf) 
John Chadtrleky Atff* • * 
Philip Musgraye . . • • i . 
Wm John PearsohWatsofi 
Sir Qeo. Hector Leitli,B^ 
Qeohge Orby Wombwell 



CORNET. 



P81 Jdn. 40 
P18 Jun642 
P 28 Jfoir. 45 
P 15 Oct. 47 
P 16 Jim6 48 
P82 Dee. 48 



Pis Apt. 50 
Pl4 June 50 
P 17 Sept. 50 
P 18 Aug. 48 

SOMajr 48 
Plddept 51 

Vf ^eb. 52 
P 14 M4y 52 
P 16 Apr. 52 
P 10 July 58 
P 21 Sept. bi 



LIBUT. 



P15ADril48 
14 May 45 
P23May 48 
P22 Dec. 48 
P 13 July 49 
i<15Mar.50 



CAPTAIN. 



PldJiily 49P3ikay 50 
P2l Aug. 40 P 23 Aug. 50 



P 25 Apr. 51 
PlSiuly 51 
P19Aug. 51 
P25 Ju^ 51 



P27 June45 
P 25 Apr. 51 
Pl8July 51 
^ 26 Mar. 52 
P 14 May 52 
P 28 May 52 



BRBtBT- 
HAJOB. 



Paynuuter.'-John 8tepbenson, 30 i^r. 47 ) Cbr. 16 PeK 44 ; Lt. 85 Sapt 45. 



A4iuUmt.'-John ChadwM| 18 Mar; 6A. 
Quarter-Maiiir.'-^ohn Yatea, 6 July 58. 

SUTi 



(yyMfn— James Browd Glbion^ M.D« 8Jtily4l: ilitlfflt«/tfiif|r« 18Jan. 89: 
Haip.-ii<fiM. 14 Deci 86. ' 

ilitii^.-'8^^oofi.*-^B6hty itendatL M.D., Id Dec 45. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Stephen irlce Constant, 15 Oct 52. 

Bine— l^aein^ Whiter 
A genii f Meier*. Cox As C6. 
[ttetumedfrom ihe JEaei tntUee^ Jliay, 1888.] 

1 lll(|dr»Oea. feiylAt MtftM ai Aitiftant A^iuUnt-tian. to the foroe andar 81r Jamat Craig, in the 
MediterraiMan, duriaf 1605 and S. Employed oh the itaiT at (he altitei ind cai^ate of JaTe, in 1811, 
laeMding tfea attadk ef the oatpott neat waif erredeti, and Ifee siofttiirt ot Ihe line* of Coraella. flerred 
tieo the campaign of ISlt. with the 10th Huaiafi, and wal pMHeot 41 UM bclkia of Waterloo. He haa 
raoeiyad the War Medal, wlih one elaap for Jara. 

e^ffl* Mdrrii idnrad wMh the loth Lanceri at tie battle of Malnuwpora (m(>daJ). Alio fai the canpaisa 
ea the Satl^ (medal^ aad tfae presenl ht Baddfiral, ihital (vcaaded), Md SohMoa. 



1^/ (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards. 



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" tnrCBLLBS •'— " OORUWN A*»— *• BARROSA"— ** PENINSULA"—" WATBRLOO." 

CdUmeU 
His Royal Highneu Francis Albert Augustas Bmannel, Duhe of Saiony, 
Prince of Saxe-Cobui^ and Gotba, KG. KT. KP. 6GB. GCMG. FiM 
Marshal, 8 Feb. 1840; Cdonel of the Grenadier Guarda, 23 Sept 6S. 

Lkut,'ColoneL 
Godfrey Thornton, JEru, p 20 Jan. 14 ; Lieut, k Capt. Pll Oct. 21 ; Caj4. ft 
Zieui,'CoL p 3 Dec. SO ; Col Nov. 46; Mttfor, p 6 Aug. 47 ; LvnU.-CoL 
P6 July 62. 

Mq}ort, 

2 Philip Spencer Stanhope, Ens. 30 March, 15 ; Lieut. & Capt. p17 July, 23; 

Capt. k, Lieut.'CoL p 16 March, 3S ; Col. 9 Not. 46 ; Mqj. p 10 April 49. 

3 John Julius Wm. Angerstein, Ens. k Lt. p9 April, 18; Lt. k Capt. p2 Apr. 

26 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p 12 Sept. 34 ; Col 9 Nov. 40 ; Mqf. P27 Dec. 60. 
1 William Fludyer, Ens. 30 Dec. 10 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 25 Oct. 21 ; Limt. k Capt. 

P 7 July, 26; Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p2 Dec. 36; Co/. 9 Nov. 46; Afq/or, 

P 6 July 62. 

Captains and Lieut.^Colonels. 
8 Jas. Robertson Craufiird, Ens. 14 June, 21 ; Ens, k Lieut. P29 Aug. 22; 

Lt. k Capt. P19 Sept. 26; Capt. k Lt.-Col. P18 Feb. 37; Col. 11 Nov. 61. 

1 Richard Wm. Astell, Ens. k Lieut. p20 Nov. 23; Lieut, k Capt. P13 Sept. 

27; Cm9t. k Lieut.'Col. p7 July, 38 ; Col. 11 Nov. 61. 
3 Thomas Wood, Comet, p 16 Vfor. 20 ; Lieut, p 12 June 23 ; Capt. p 26 June 26 ; 

Breo.-Mqj. 28 June 38 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p28 June, 39; Col. 11 Nov. 61. 
3 William Thornton, Ens. k Lieut. p8 Apr. 26 ; Lieut, k Ctipt. p3 Dee. 90; 

Capt. k Lieui.'Col. p 8 June 41. ; Col. 11 Nov. 61. 

2 JEton. Francis Grosvenor Hood, Ens. k Lieut. P30 Apr. 27 ; Lietst, k Capt. 

P31 Dec. 30; Capt. k Lieui.-Col. P31 Dec. 41. 
1 Charles William Ridley, Ens. k Lieut, p 21 Feb. 28 ; Lieut, k Capt. Pl4 Jane, 
31 ; Capt. k Lleut.-Col. p 14 July 43. 

3 Hon. Augustus Frederick Foley, Ens. k Lieut. p30 Dec 28; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 16 Mar. 32 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 16 Feb. 44. 
3 Edward Birch Reynardson, Ens. P 6 Nov. 29 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 12 Jnae 30; 
Lieut, k Capt. p 12 Oct 32; Capt. k Lieut.-Col.^ 6 April 44. 

1 Hon. Robert Bruce, s. Ens. k Lieut, p 18 June 30; Lieut, k Capt. p 22 Feb. 

33; Capt.kLieut.'C(a.v%Aiag. 44. 

2 Charles Algernon Lewis, Comet, p 13 Oct. 26 ; Lieut, p 15 Aug. 26 ; Capt. 

P 12 Apr. 33 ; Capt. k Lieut.^Col. P30 Dec. 45. 

3 Frederick William Hamilton, Ens. k Lieut. 12 July 31 ; Lietit. k Capt. 

I Dec. 36; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. Pd April, 46. 

2 Hon. James Lindsay, Ens. k Lieut, p 16 Mar. 32 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 2 Dec. 36 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 14 Aug. 46. 

1 Henry Cartwright, Bns. k Lieut. P26 July 32; Lieut, k Capt. p 2 Jane 37 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p2 Oct. 46. 

3 Augustus Cox, JS^. Lieut. P27 July 32; Lieut, k Capt. p 8 Aag. 37; Capt. 

k Xisu^.-Co/. P 12 Feb. 47. 
3 Hon. George Cadogan, Ens. k Lieut. p22 Feb. 33; Lieut, k Capt. p Jan. 
38; Cap^&Xrieii/.-CoZ.P6 Aag.47. 

2 Henry George Conroy, Ens. k Lieut, p 21 June 33; Lieut, k Capt. p 12 

Jan. 38 ; Capt. k Lt.-Coi. p3 Mar.48. 
2 Hugh Andrew Robert Mitchell, Ens. k Lieut, p 4 Oct 33; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 7 July 38 ; Capt. k Lieut.~Col. p 31 March 48. 
1 Edward Goulbum, Ens. k lAsut. p27 Dec 33; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 July 38; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 18 July 48. 
1 Hon. Alexander Gordon, Ens. k Lieut, p 2 May 34 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 16 May 

40 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 10 April 49. 
1 William Nelson Hutchinson, Ens. 24 Feb. 20 ; Lieut. 26 Oct 23 ; Capt. r 17 

June 26; Mtffor,v4 Dec 32; Lieut.-Col. p7 Sept 41 ; Colli Nov. 61. 

1 Robert Cavendish Spencer Cllsbrd, Ens. k Lieut, p 6 June 36 ; Lieut, k 

Capt, P14 Ang. 40; Capt. k Lt.-Col. P22 March 60. 

2 John Arthur Lambert, J^M. & X<«M/. P 10 July 36 ; Xisii^ ft Coi^. P 1 1 Sent 40 ; 

Capt. ft Lieut.'Col. p 16 Vor. 60. 

1 Hervey Hopwood, Ens.2l Sept 30; Ens. k Lieut. P24 July, 36; Lieut, k 
Capt. PaO Oct 40; Capt. ft Lt.^Col. P27 Dec. 60. 

3 Hon. Henry Hogh Manvers Percy, Ens. ft Lieut. P 1 July 36 ; I4eut. ft 

Capt. P29 Dec. 40 ; Capt. ft Lieut.-Col. p7 March 61. 
3 John Temple West, Ens. ft Lieut, p 18 Feb. 37 ; Lieut, ft Capt. p 16 April 41 • 

Capt. ft Lieut.-Col. P 6 July 62. 
1 Hon. Heniy Townshend Forester, Ens. ft Lieut. 23 Feb. 37 ; Lieut, ft Cavt. 



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1*^ (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards. 146 



LzxxjTS. Ajn> CAPTAiars. 



OUB. 8b LT. 

oa nsiov. 



2 George Grey Boiu 

1 Stadholme Brownriggi Maf. ii Nov. 51 

1 Edward G.Wynyard 

2 Edward William Pakenham 

1 Hon, Richard W. Penn Corzon .... 

1 John Reeve 

3 Hon. Mortimer Sackville- Weat .... 

2 Ralph Bradford, a«D'tt#an/ 

1 Mictiael Bruce 

2 Hon. Charles Hugh Lindsay, 8 

1 C.L.BrownlowMaitland,'jf4|/.iASept.48 

1 Zord Arthur Hay^ 

2 Henry Edward Montresor 

3 HiB Serene Highness, Prince William 
Augustas Edward of Saze Weimar 

3 Hon. Henry Aldworth JN^eville .... 

3 Campbell Munro 

2 Jas. Fred. Dudley Crichton Stuart. . 
1 Richard Lloyd ,«....•••. 

1 Zor<< Frederick John FitzRoy* .... 

2 YUliers La Touche Hatton 

1 Henry Fred. Ponsonby, t. Af qf.i90cL4» 

Cuthbert George Ellison, o^/ 

Alfred Tipping 

John Francis Cust 

Beaumont William Hotham 

William Henry Beaumont de Horsey 
Geo.Wentworth Alex. Higginson|ii4f. 

Augustus Henry Lane Fox 

Albert Evelyn Rowley 

2 Charles Wilson Randolph 

1 Frederick Augustus Thesiger, s. ... 

3 Hon. Arthur Frederick Egerton, t, 

1 Sidney Burrard 

2 William Samuel Morant 

1 Edward Henry Cooper 

Charles Yannotten Pole 

Sir Robert Lydston Newman, Bart. 
Ensigks and Libuts. 

Alexander Kinloch 

Edwyn Sherard Bumaby 

1 John Davie Ferguson Davie 

3 William Gordon Cameron '. 

3 Sir Charles Russell, Bart. 

2 Cameron Neville Hogge 

1 William Thomas Francis Wallace .. 

1 Frederick Charles Keppel 

1 William John Christie 

1 Charles Pierrepoint Lane Fox .... 

2 William Andrew M. Barnard, 8 

2 Claud Alexander 

2 John Murray 

1 William Rumbold 

2 Frederick William Poitingcr 

2 William Brough PhlUimore 

2 Hon, Ashley John George Ponsonby 

3 John Montagu Burgoyne 

1 Alexander Mitchell 

2 Alexander, Viscount Balgonie 

3 Charles Brandling 

2 Charles Napier Sturt 

1 Sir James Fergusson, Bart 

1 Henry William Yerschoyle 

3 Fred. Tho. Arthur Hervey Bathurtt 

2 jBron.WlndhamHenryWyndhamQain 

3 Chas. HampdenTumer . • . • . • 



P20July 32 
12 May 37 



P6Jane 35 

15 Dec. 40 
1 June 41 

tf 26 July 39 
P 18 Sept. 40 
17 July 40 
27 Dec 42 
23 Nov. 43 
P 22 June 38 
26 July 44 



6 July 46 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P31 Dec. 44 



P 16 May 45 
p id May 42 



24 May 44 

P 25 Aug. 43 

1 Dec. 46 

20 July 47 



Pdl Dec. 47 



BSnOir AVD 

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P 8 June 49 



P 24 Feb. 37 
9 May 35 
P 9 Jan. 38 
P 12 Jan. 38 
P 14 July 38 
P 1 May 40 
P 12 June 40 
P30Oct. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 3 July 40 
P 9Apra41 
P 30 April 41 
P 18 May 41 

P 8 June 41 
P 2 Sept. 42 
P 3 Sept. 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
15 April 42 
P 14 July 43 
P 10 Feb. 43 
P 16 Feb. 44 
P 5 April 44 
P 30 May 43 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P20Aug. 44 
P22 Nov. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 16 May 45 
P 7 July 45 
23 Mar. 45 
P 28 Nov. 45 
P 30 Dec. 45 
P 3 April 46 
PlOMay 46 
P 11 Sept 46 
P 14 Aug. 46 
14 April 46 

P27 Oct 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P June 46 
P 6 Aug. 47 
P 3 Mar. 48 
P 31 Mar. 48 
P 1 April 48 
P 18 July 48 
P 23 Feb. 49 
P 11 May 49 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 12 Apr. 50 
P 13 Apr. 50 
P 13 July 49 
P 15 Aug. 50 
P16 Aug.50 
P 15 Oct 50 
P]3Dec. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 14 Feb. 51 
P 18 April 51 
P 19 April 51 
P 16 May 51 
P 19 Dec. 51 
P 9 July 52 

n n^ CI *. re% 



LI>DT. AXJ> 
CAPTAIN. 



P 8 June 41 
P 29 Dec. 40 
P 25 Oct 42 
P 14 July 43 
P 5 April 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 16 May 45 
P 19 Dec. 45 
P 30 Dec. 45 
9 May 45 
P 27 Mar. 40 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 18 May 46 

P19May 46 
P 2 Oct 46 
P 20 Oct 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 30 July 47 
P 31 Mar. 48 
P 22 June 47 
P18 July 48 
P 10 April 49 
P 7 May 47 
P 1 June 40 
P 1 Mai\ 50 
P 22 Mar. 59 
P 12 July 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P 17 Sept 50 
P 15 Feb. 50 
P27 Dec. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 2 May 61 
P 6 July 52 
P 15 Aug. 48 
P 24 Aug. 52 
P 16 July 52 



146 



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8 Cap*, Balph Bradford, 14 Aug. 46. 

1 Cttpt, Cnthbert George Bllison, 8 Aug. 60. 

3 Cap$, George Wentworth Alex. Higginson, 6 Dee. 6t 



Quartmr^MiuUn. 
9 B m John Payne,* 81 Aug. 16. 
3 John LiUey, 6 June, 60. 
1 John Atkinion, 88 Feb. 61. 



9ur(fmnrMqior. 
James Dennis Wright, 7 Feb. 46 ; Surg, 11 May, 88 ; A^M.^'Surf^ l\ Not. 84, 

jBaHali4m'Surf$omi, 
9 Geo. Brown, 88 ^une, 40; AtMt.^Shurg. IS Jan. 96 iBotprA^f^' tl April, 86. 
I Francis Oomeliiis Huthwaite, 7 Feb. 46; Assitt-'Ourgf^nf 10 Nor. 86; Bmp*" 
A$iUi. I NoY. 83. 

Am$iani''Mur§§9Hi, 

8 George Eleasar Blenkins, 18 April, 38. 

1 Charles Kicoll, 86 June, 40. 

3 James John Maijoribanks Wardrop, 81 May 41. 

Mittttr-^obm PwrUnwD, 19 Joly, 81. 



l«l Ba^taWm rHumedfrom Portugal, 1898? 
id Battalian tfhimedfrgm Canada, QcU 1848, 
3^ J^attalUm reiumedfram France, Nov, 1818. 

Faeingt Blut^'—Agent, Sir Jplm Kir](lMi|« 

War (101m, 8t«4 Jute, 1818. 

Tiu Ranvi Hsoavi; m • vsrii of MU Banl ApprabaUos ef tht dtotiafulfhad siUtantn of Um ]lr%a4« 

of Fool Chimrda ta Ibe Ylelorj of Waterloo, hai be«n plcaied, In the name aiul on Cha Malf of H)a M ^losly, 

lo ap^oTc of all tpa Bnaigas of the Thrta Rcf inunto of Foot Guards harlna tha Hank of Uaiiteiiaiita» and 

tiMt neli Bank tliaU ba attaehad to all ilia ftitaia Appotatnaata to EafSfiiBlat in Um Foot Gaaidi^ la tW 

aa tl|a UauloaaaU la tbota llcglmentf obtahi tba Baak of Oaptola. 



Bit Rojal Hif bq<« baa alw bees pleatad to approra of tb« Flnt Rcgiaiant of Foot CHianIa bf Im iMdo a 
Baalmant of Oranodlofa, and ttylad •* Ths Firtt, ar Ormailiar MtfitiuHt •f Fb0i Ouard*,* in ooi 
latloa of tboir having daf a nt ad tba Qitnadiaia of tba Fnncli Impafial Oiiaidt upon thlt mamocaUt 



8 Mitfor Maitlaad wrrad in tba Kafflr war of IS48-7 ai MiUtarj Bat ralary to Bit Paitgrino MslMsud. 

4 Loid Arthur Hay Mnad tba Build Canpaffn of leo-O m AMo-da^smp to Uf4 HSfdlnt** Wi4 vaa 
pmant ai iha baiila of Sobtaon (Medal). 



8 Lord Frtdariok FlU^oj Hfrad under Sir Robert 8l<mford dorlaK the opafaDsas on the CoeH af 8f ria 
la 1840. 

8 Qnartamastar Parne larfnd In Blclly In 1606 and 7; fai 1808 aad 8 la Bpala, aad prpia n t la thf nctloaa 
of Sahagun, Ben^Teote, Lu|0| tnd Gomnna; inbcequenlly at Walcbereo. He lerfcd afso QiaauaMliraa of 
ISlt, 18, 14, aad 48, In tbaFentniala, Praaee, and Flanden, aad wae praMBt In the actions of tba Pyiraras 
slago and esytare of Baa Bebostlaa. passage of the Bldaawa and of the Mlvo, battio of Rif alia, aotioa at 
the Mayor's Houses fortla and InTCstment of Bayono^ battle* of Qattro Bras aad WMarlop, aapiarf af 
Peronne and of Paris, and suboeqaantly with the army of oecnpatlon. Ue tias ro^ciTcd tlw Har Mtdnl 
with thrta clasps ftr Oonmaa, K italla, aad in?a. 



CoUstrsam Begiment afFoot Quards. 

«* UKCBL J,ES."— Thp SpMMSy with the woids " EGYPT"—" TALAYERA' 
" PAn^OBA"->< PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



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Colonel. 

9 tPI Jolm ^rl i^^Btraford,* GCB. k GCH, Em, 80 Sept. 1798; X#. 1 Bee. 
93 i Cap/. 24 May, 94; LieuU-CoL 14 March, 1800; Coh 35 July, 10: 
Afq/or-G^n, 4 June, 13; jf,wut.'Oen. 27 May, 26; (?£». 23 Not* 41; Co<. 
Goldstream Guards^ 15 Aug. 50. 

Lieut. 'Colonel, 

Henry John Wm. Bentinck, JSrj. 25 Mar. 13; Lieut. Sc Capi. 18 Jan. 20; Capt. 
kLimtt.'Col. p 16 May, 29 ; Co/. 23 Voy. 41 ; Mq;or, 9 Not. 46 ; Lieut.- 
C0|.P22Aug.61 

Afq|;0r«. 

2 Obas. Murray Hay, J^u. p20 April, 20 ; Ens. tc Lieut, p 1 Not. 21 ; Lieut. Sc 
Capt. P24 Dec. 25; Capt. &. Lieut.-Col. p 22 June. 32 ; Col. Not. 46; 
lfq;or,P2o April48. 

\ Han. Arthur Upton JBne. & Lieut, p 10 Feb. 25 ; Lieut. & Capt. PlO May, 29 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p31 Dec. 39; Mqjor k Col. P22 Aug. 51. 

Captaini k Lieut. 'Colonels. 

1 Wm. John Codrington, £ns. p22 Feb. 21 ; Ent. k Lieut. P24 April, 23; 

Lt. k Capt. P 20 July, 26 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p 8 July, 36 ; Col. 9 Not, 46. 

2 Frederick Paget, ^nn^n, 20 Mar. 23; Em. k Limit. 24 Feb. 25; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 4 June 29 ; Capt. k Ueu$,'Col. P24 Jan. 40 ; Col.W Not. 51. 
2 Hon. George Frederick Upton, Ens. P 24 AprU, 23 ; Limt. p 29 Oct. 25 ; Capt. 

Pl2Dec.26; 3r<{/or, p 16 June, 37; Xto^.-CW. p 16 April, 41 ; Col. U 
I Not. 51. 

1 John Christie Clitherow, 2nd Ueut. 11 April, 25 ; Ens. k Lieut. P8 April, 
26 ; Lieut, k Capt. 22 July 30 ; Capt. k Lieut. -Col. P 80 May, 43. 

2 Gordon Drummond, Ens. k Lieut. P 10 June 26; Liwt. k Capt, v3 Aug. 
30 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P29 March 44. 

2 Lord Frederick Paulet, Ens. k Lieut. 11 June 26; Lieut, k Capt,9%l Sept. 

30 ; Capt. k Lieut.- Col. p 8 May, 46. 
2 Henry Daniell, Ens. k Lieut, p 13 Aug. 29 ; Lieut. ^ Capt, P27 Mar. 35 ; 

Brevet'Mi^or, 9 Not. 46 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P29 Oct. 47. 
2 Hon. Robert Edward Boyle, Ens. p 14 Not. 26; Lieut, p 16 July 29 ; Capt. 

P 23 Aug. 33 ; Brevet-Mt{for, 9 Not. 46 ; Capt. k Lieut.- Col. p 1 Pec. 47. 
1 William Samuel Newton, Ens.k Lieut. P 5 Dec. 84; Lieut, k Capt, t' 31 

Dec. 39 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 25 Feb. 48. 

1 George AuguBtue Yemon, Ens, 2 July 29; Xte»#. p12 AprU 81; Capt, 
P 28 Dec. 88 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P25 April 48. 

2 Walter TreTelyan, 2nd Lieut, E, Engineers, 18 Not. 17 ; f^ieut, 25 3ept. 25; 
Capt. P 19 Sept. 26 : Major, p 28 Dec. 82 j Lieut.-Col. 10 Aug. 41 ; Col, 
11 Not. 51. 

2 Spencer PercCTal, Ens. k Lieut, p 13 Jan. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 15 Oct. 41 ; 

Capt. k Lt.-Col. P23 June 48. 
1 Matthew Edward Tiemey, Ens. k Lieut, p 10 Mar. 37; Lieut, k Capt^ 

P 27 Jan. 43 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. ^ '21 April 49. 
1 Thomas Crombie, Ens. p 12 Aug. 24 ; Lieut, p 8 April 26; Capt. P 18 Mi^y 

32 ; M({jor, p 16 Not. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. P 20 Oct. 48. 
1 fToft. Thomas Yesey Dawson, Ens. k Lieut. p11 Aug. 37; Lieut, k Capt, 

P 30 May 43 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 22 Aug. 51. 
1 Thomas Montagu Steele, Cor. 12 Jan. 38 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 20 July 88 ; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 29 Mar. 44 ; Capt. k Lieut, -Col. p 31 Oct. 51. 



1 Lord fitrnffoid icrrcd with the S3Td in FI*Bden and in Holland ia l7iM ud 0i* rad wtawonndad at Gddennakcii. tU 
•encd with tha lid Ooardi in the expedition! to Hanover in 1806; to Copenhagen in 1807; >nd to Walcheren On lB09«^iii 
the latter he waa with the Bcaerve nnder Sir J. Hope, and commanded hia adTance, eompoied of the Grenadier 9a(t^ion of 
the Onaida and a detaehmcnt of the Wth Rillei; in thia command he chaind a detachment of Datch troopa, takiof lome 
ofllecia aad npwarda of a handled men priionen. In 1811 he joined the Bngadc of Onarda in Portnaal ; and in September 
of that year he waa nominated to the command of a Brigade, in the tad Diriuon under Lord Hill. He waa preacnt with it 
in aU the movcmenta and aflaira with the enemy in the South of Spain— and dniiag the period of tba Siege of Cindad Rodrigo 
he waa detached in command to Idanha Nora with hia own Brinde and »ome caralry to obaerre the movementa of a corpa 
of the enemy commanded by Oen. Toy, at Coria. Upon Lord Hul joining the main body of the Army at the commencement 
of the Campaifn of 1811 ,he waa engaged in the MTeral actiona of Vittona, of the Pyreaeee. of Pampelona, in which action 
he waa woiadiadt in the croaaing of the NiveUe and attach of the fortiScd camp,— wounded and haa two honci ahot under 
him; at Cambok In drivinf the enemy*! ont-poata and reconnoitring the Tete-<u-Pont ; in the paaiage of tbe NiTc and the 
aflUr before BMOime on the 13th Dec. 1813, when the 2nd DiTiaion waa attached by lia Diviaiona of the French Army 
eommanded by Harabal Sooit: in thia action he had a hone ahot under him. On the 14th Feb. at the commencement of 
the Campaign of 1814, he waa engaged with the Rear Guard of the enemy at Eapcllette; and on the following day waa 
cmployedin the at lack o Ithe heignta above Oarria. He waa in the aubtequent actiona of Orthei and Aire; and he repulaed 
the enemy at Oarlia. He waa alao engaced with hia bricade at the battle of Tonloosc. He commanded a Brigade of Gnarda 
at the battle of Watcrioo. _^ia Lordanip haa received the gold croaa and one daap for Yittoiia, tjttOMB, NivcUc, Kkn, 



148 



Coldstream RegimetU 6f Foot Guards. 



Team' Senr. 



Pall 
Pay. 



10 
17 
14 
15 
14 
13 
14 
13 
14 
17 
13 
10 
II 
9 
8 
14 
7 

14 

12 
7 
8 
7 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
7 
6 
6 
4 
3 
6 
6 

I 
I 

13 

8 

17 
1 

\h 



SI 

8 
S 



Half 
P«j. 























































LXBUTBNANTa AITO CAPTAINS. 



1 Henry Wedderbam Conuning 

1 William Mark Wood 

8 William Baring 

1 Charles Lygon Coclu 

2 Poulett G. U. Somerset '. . . . 

1 James Charles Murray Cowell . . • • 

1 James Halkett 

3 Dudley Wilmot Carleton 

2 Lord Aug. Charles Lennox FltzRoy 

2 Charles Sedley Burdett 

2 Francis William Newdigateya4ru/aft< 

2 Lionel Daniel Mac Kinnon 

2 <9irGco.Ferd. Radziwill Walker, JEr/.{ 
1 William Gregory Dawkins 

Hylton JoUiffe 

Clement William Strong 

Uliick Canning Lord Dunkellin . 

Charles Townshend Wilson 

Hqiu Arthur E. Hardinge,' « 

Hon, Aug. Geo. Charles Chichester 
Francis Augustus Plunkett Burton 
Hon, Percy RobcrtBasilFeJldUig,a4^'. 
William Henry Reeve ............ 

Hon. Granville Chas.Comwallis Bliot 



COBKBT, 
20 LIBUT. 
OR BNSIGM. 



, P 22 Aug. 34 
'P 22 July 86 
[P 16 Feb. 30 
P 28 July 38 
P29Mar. 30 



BMSXON 
AHD LIBUT. 



P 7 June 30 
PlOAprU40 

17 May 30 
P21 Oct. 36 

30 Dec. 40 



P27 Dec. 42 
P 2 Aug. 44 



18 Jan. 30 



P11 Oct. 30 
P 7 June 44 
P 10 Feb. 41 

P 8 Aug. 45 



2 Apr. 47 



EKSIOKS AND LlBUTB. 

1 Charles Baring 

2 Henry MontoUen Bonverie 

1 Henry Army tage ••.«•• 

2 Hm. Henry William John Byng 

1 Charles Rodney Morgan 

2 Arthur John Bethell ThcUusson . . 
1 Thomas Francis Rolt, 9 

1 Horrace William Cust 

2 Philip Sambrook Crawley 

2 Sir James Dunlop, Bart , 

2 Gerald Littlehales Goodlake 'pi 4 June 50 

2 Frederick Henry Ramsden p u July 47 

1 George, Lord Bingham ! p 20 Dec. 48 



27 Oct. 46 



P 2 Mar. 47 



P 17 Jan. 51 



P 16 Mar. 38 

24 May 41 
P 21 May 41 
P 24 Jan. 40 
P 1 May 40 

25 Sept. 40 
P 23 April 41 
Pll June41 
P 27 Aug. 41 

25 June 41 
P 13 May 42 
P 30 May 43 
P20Mar. 44 
P G-Sept.44 
P 8 Aug. 45 
6 May 42 
P27Mar. 46 
P 30 Dec. 42 

22 Dec. 45 
P 22 Nov. 42 
P 8 May 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 20 Dec. 40 
Pll June 47 



P 2 July 47 
P 13 July 47 
P30July 47 
27 Aug. 47 
P 20 Oct. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 28 Jan. 48 
P 7 April 48 
P 23 June 48 
P 27 April 40 
P27 June5] 
P 11 July 51 
P 14 Oct. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 23 July 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 



UBUT. 

AKD 
CAPTAIir. 

PdODec. 42 

P 20 Aug. 44 
P June 46 
P 7 Aug. 40 
28 Doc 40 
Pll June 47 
1 July 47 
P 13 July 47 
P 30 July 47 
P 20 Got. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 25 Feb. 48 
P 7 April 48 
P 25 April 48 
P 23 June 48 
P 1 Sept. 48 
P 27 April 49 
P 1 May 46 
P 1 June 40 
P 3 Aug. 40 
P 27 June 5 1 
21 Aug. 51 
P 22 Aug. 51 
P31 Oct. 51 



1 Harvey Tower 

2 Hon, William Henry Wellesley 

1 Hon. Robert Dnimmond Hay 

AdiutanU, 

2 Captain Francis William Newdigate, 2 March 40. 
1 Capt. Hon, Percy Robert Basil Feilding, 8 Oct, 50. 

Quarter^Masters. 

1 William Morse, 2 June, 36. 

2 Arthur Hurlc, 13 Feb. 52. 

Surgeon^Mq^or, 

2 Wm. Thomas Christopher Robbison, 4 April 51 ; Surg. 2 Sept, 43 ; Assist.^ 
Surg, 23 Mar. 38. 

Battalion'Surgoon, 

1 James Monro, M.D. 4 April 51 ; Auut.-Surg, 2 Nov. 32. 

Assistant'Surgeont, 

2 Joseph Skelton, 2 Sept. 45. 

] Frederick Wildbore, 4 April 51. 
<9o/ict/or.— William George Carter, 29 Jan. 24. 

Faeingt Blue^AgenU, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
If* Battalion returned from France, July, 1814.] 
%d Battal'um returned from Canada 90th Oct. 1842.] 
S Tilt Hon.CapUIn Hardinge lerrAd u Aide-de-eauip to Lord Hvdlnn throiwboaft thAeunb^M «■» ik. 








[1 



Scots FunUer Quards, 



U9 



**LIN0BUiB8"'Tli« **Bfhyna,** with the woidi, "BQTPT"— •'TALAVER.V— <« BARROSA** 

"PENINSULA"— ^WATERLOO." 




Hu Boyul Hiffhneu George W. F. C. DtUke qf Cambric^, KG. GCMQ. 

P»7.| Colonel, 3 Not. 37 ; M^jor^Qeneral, 7 May, 46 ; Colonel of the Scots Ftut- 
' lier Guards, 23 Sept. 53. 

Lieut.'ColoneL 
P William Thomas KnoUys,* JBm. 9 Dec. 13; Lieu*. Sc Capt. 26 Sept. 17 ; 
Capt. k Lt.-CoL p31 Dee. 27 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Mt^or & CM. p6 Dec. 44 ; 
X/.-Co(.P28 Jaiie,60. 

i£tffOTe. 
30 A I Henry CoWile, Bm. p 29 Dec. 13 ; X^ & Capt. p 6 No?. 17 ; Capt. ft Lieut." 
Col. P 6 July, 30 ; Mqfor tc Col. p31 Dec. 44. 

30 2 Ha Henry, Lord RoVebj^Bns. 21 April 14 ; Lieut, k Capt.P 12 June, 23 ; 
Capt. k Lt.'Col. P 21 Sept. 32; CoL 9 Not. 46 ; Mqj. k Col, p 28 June, 60. 

Captains and Lieut.^CoUmeU. 
83 1 George Dixon, Bnt. k Lieut. p20 Jan. 20 ; Capt. p 8 April, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut." 
Col. P20 May, 36; Col. 9 Not. 46. 

31 ^ 2 George Morton Eden, Ens. P18 Jaly,22; Lieut. PlO Sept. 26; Capt. P12 
Dec.26; Jlf<i|;or,Pll Oct. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. p20 May, 36 ; Col. Not. 46. 

27 1 Geoige Moncrieffe, Bne. k Lieut. p8 April, 26; Lieut, k Capt. p 6 July, 30; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40; Col. 11 Not. 61. 
86 2 Bdward Walter Forestier Walker, JBn$. k Lieut, p 8 Mar. 27 ; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 18 Oct. 31 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p6 Dec. 44. 
26 1 5ir Charles John James Hamilton, Bart. Bnt. k Lieut. p6 June, 27; 

Lieut, k Capt. p6 Jan. 32 ; Capt. k Lieut-Col. P31 Deo. 44. 
22 2 Hon. Alexander Nelson Hood, Bnt. k Lieut. P30 Aug. 31 ; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 1 July 36 ; Brevet-Major, Not. 46 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p6 Not. 47. 
SO 2 Arthur £dw. Onslow, Bnt. k Lieut, p 1 1 Jan. 33 ; Lieut, k Capt. PlO Nov. 37 ; 

Capt. k Ueut.-Col. PlO Dec. 47. 
18 2 James Hunter Blair, Bnt. and Lieut, p 24 April 36 ; Lieut, and Capt. p 9 

Not. 38 ; Capt. k Lieut. -Col. p 31 March, 48. 
18 1 Charles Francis Seymour,* Bnt. k Lieut. p6 June, 36; Lieut, k Capt. 

P23 Not. 38; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 1 Aug. 48. 

18 1 William John Ridley, Bnt. k Lieut, p 19 June 36 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 24 May 
39; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p24 Not. 48. 

17 1 Hon. Charles Grantham Scott, Bn». k Lieut. ^\% Feb. 36; Lieut, k Capt. 
P 1 Not. 39 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 10 April, 49. 

19 2 Charles Tyrwhitt, Bnt. p 1 Aug. 34 ; Bnt. k Lieut, p 26 Feb. 36; Lieut, k 
Capt. P 16 Not. 39; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p6 July 49. 

17 2 Edward John Stracey, Bnt. k Lieut, p 3 June, 36 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 Feb. 

40; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 24 May, 60. 
19 1 Francis Seymour, Bnt. p2 May, 34; Liettt. P16 June, 37; Capt. 

P 4 Sept. 40; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 28 June, 60. 

16 2 Lord James Charles Plantagenet Murray, Bnt. k Lieut, p 20 May, 37; 
Lieut, k Capt. p 1 July, 42 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p6 Not. 60. 

17 2 Charles Assheton Fitz-Hardinge Berkeley,^ Bnt. p27 May, 36; Lieut, p 12 
Aug. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 April, 43 ; Brevet-Major, 16 Sept. 48 ; Capt. 
k Lieut.-Col. p 13 Dec. 60. 

1 ColoiMl KnoUyi served In the Soath of Frmnee, from 6th March, 1814, to the end of the war ; wee 
pfMeat at the bloekade of Bayonne and repulae of the Sortie, on which occasion Sir Henry BoUlvan and 
tea oOem of the Onarde were killed or died of their wounds. 

a Lord Rokehy served the eampaifn of 1815, Ineludinf the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

a LieoL-Oolonel Beynsour served ae senior AkJe-de-camp to Lieul.-Oen. Sir Qeorfe Berkeley thronghont 
the operatiODB in Kaffrarla hi 1846.7. 

4 Liaat.^Cotonel Berkel^ was Military Secretary to Llent.-aen. Sir George Berkeley daring the succesefnl 
operatioBS against the Kaffln in 1847. 

t D 



150 



Scots Fusilier Guards. 



null 

Pay. 



Full 
P»7. 



S3 

16 

16 

14 

19 

12 

13 

13 

10 

10 

Ifl 

16 

9 

10 

7 

9 

7 

19 
8 
7 

a 

6 

IS 

6 

7 
A 
6 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

3 

8 

8 

3 

3 

8 

4 

1 

1 



16 
10 

fiO 
1 

36 

30 

86 

n 































































LlEUTZKAXTS AKD 

Captains. 

3 Kobert Moonom, JliE|;or 11 KoT. 61 

1 Fred-Cbarles Arthur 3tepheniOD,a4f* 

1 JohnHaniiltonElphinfltoneDalryiDplo 

2 Henry PerciTsl de Bathe . . 
1 George William Mercer Henderson 

1 Henry Poole Hepburn. • • 

2 Francis Haygarth 

2 Hon, Richard Cbarteris 

2 Henry Green Wilkinson, tt^f 

1 fiipN. John Strange Joeelyn 

8 Wm. Fred. Viscount Chewton* .... 

2 Patrick L. C. Psget 

2 John Floyd Peel 

2 Lord Adolpbtts F. C. W. Vane, $. . . 
1 Bon. WilUam Frederick Beariett . . 
1 Francis Fortescue 

1 Augustus William Henry Meyrick 
8 Charles Holder 

2 William Aitchison* 

1 Robert KigelFltahardingeKingseote 

2 George Thomas Francis Sbuckbnigb 
2 Hugh FilzHardinge Bmmmond 
2 Edward Ne?iUe 

1 John Dugdale Astley 

R1I8IGK8 AVn LiBUTBMAIITS. 

2 ^on.WenmanClaienoe Walpola Coke 

1 William Qascoyne Bulwer •• • • 

2 Duncombe Fred. Batt Buckley 
8 Hon. Alexander Edward Fraser 

1 Roger Mostyn 

2 Reginald Gipps 

1 George Gny Daliymple 

1 Frauds Baring { 

1 Seymour Lionel Wm. Dawson Daaer 

1 William Contts, Fue. Bury 

8 Rowhmd Francis Walbanke Childars 

8 William Wheatley 

1 Seymour John Blane 

1 WilUam Wallingford Knollys 

2 Henry Charles Fletcher .... 

1 Robert James Lindsay • 

2 Arthur Henry Thistlethwayta 

1 Qeorga Grant Gordon 

1 William, Fijc. £nnisnH>m ., 



CORNBT, 

2l> LIBUT. 

OR BNftlON. 



8 Aug. 30 



BHSZON 
AKD LIBUT. 



i*«« • 



P 14 Feb. 40 
P 2 Oct. 40 



7 Oct. 48 
18 July 41 
11 Aug. 87 



7 April 48 
P14 April 46 
7 June 44 



P86 0et 41 
PSl Mar. 46 



18 Aug. 47 
1 June 41 



P81 July 46 
r 14 April 48 



P81 Sept. 32 
26 July 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 1 Not. 38 
P 87 Mar. 40 
P 10 Feb. 41 
^ 21 May 41 
i» 7 Oct. 42 
P 13 Jan. 43 
P14 April 43 
P86Attg.48 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 88 Not. 46 
P 18 Jane 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 80 July 44 
P 80et. 46 
P87 Oct. 46 
P 6 NoY. 47 
P 10 Dec 47 
PS08ept.48 
P81Mar.48 



88 Get 60 



89 June 49 



P 7April4S 
P 1 Ang. 48 
P84 Not. 48 
p 9 Mar. 40 
P 88 Mar. 49 
P 10 April 49 
Pll May 49 
P 6Ju)y 49 
P 23 Nov. 49 
P 14 Dee. 48 
P88 Feb. 60 
P84May 60 
P88Jana60 
P 6 No?. 60 
P 8 No?. 60 
P 18 Dee. 60 
P 18 Apr. 61 
18Fek. 
P 14 May 



62 



LIBUT. 
AKD 

CAFTAIK. 

12 Ang. 37 

13 Jan. 43 
31 Dec. 44 
14F^ 46 

8 Sept. 46 
2 Oct. 46 
30 Sept. 47 

14 May 47 
10 Dee. 47 
81 Mar. 48 

13 Aug. 47 
12 Dee. 48 

10 April 49 

11 May 49 

83 Nof . 49 

14 Dec. 49 
88 Feb. 60 

6 Apr. 60 

84 May 60 
88 June 60 

6 Not, 60 

8 Not. 60 

80 Sept 60 

P 18 Apr. 61 



1 
8 

8 

1 



A4(fuiant9» 
Captain Fred. Charles Arthur StvphensMiy 14 Feb. 46. 
iUirtain H. G. Wilkinson, 80 Feb. 68. 

Quarter^MoMtors, 
{^ Joseph Aston,* 9 Aug. 83. 
John Jones, 2 Sept. 61. 

ontrgoon^jm tgOTm 
Wm. Henry Judd, 22 July, 46 ; Awy. 18 Jnly, 87 ; Astlst^Buff, 1 Jan. 1& 

Battalion'SuFmon, 
8 Thomas Ric ha r dson, 88 July, 46| Aaskt^-amrg, 4 Dae. 88. 

A$tiMtani'Surgeon$. 
1 John BowUng, 18 July, 87. 
8 John Ashton Boslock/ M.D. 8 Feb. 4A. 
JMiHfer.— WOmer Wllmer, 87 Dee. 88. 

Adiy# Bine.— ilMiUs, Mefsrs. Cox ft Co. 

1 Ul BaM«l«M 9mUr1udfat th$ PfiOiuwia Dm, 180S, md r^tunui M 

[U BmitmUom tmbmrked fwr th$ NtthtrUmd* N99, ISIS, ami rtitmmtdjrpm J 

Portmomi/rmn V00, \$m to Hmrwk, IMS.] 
9 Lord Chtwtoo Mrv«d with the MOlUt Ui tb« nippNMkm of lb* liMWfMttoa ia 
Stfd in tb« ounpslgn on th« Sotm la IMi, tneladlne tbe tetUo of Sobrwm (B«dsl). 

9 QoArtcr-HMicr Aitoa wired Um esmpsigB of 1S14 In Holland, Inetadlsf th0 bmnhsidnent of Aatwcn, 
ftod ttorailaf of DerfCB-op-Zoom. Abo tb« csmpnlfB of 1816, indndinftho tatttei of QasUn Bvat and 
Waterloo. 
6 Doctor Bottock torrad la tha BuA at tha battla of Pnaaiar, and hsataaaiTad tha 
e Caftaln AiteUMNi wrrad wim tha lit Ball. 91at n»tt al tha Oaaa of Ooad Booa 
M areh 1847. Xacafad la a Mrara aftlr wiOi tha Oaftaa ia tha Bnah saad May 1849, 
■hot oadtf hlB^ aad ha waa baalaa hj than whan oa tha nwud— tha msm voUat 



Jan. 19191 



{ 



UM.) 



Ist ( The Royal) Regiment of Foot. 151 

The King's Cypher witUn the Collar of St, Andrme, and the Craum oret It. Tn the 
fleoood colour the TMttle if Crovm.-^" St Lucia."—" Bgmont-op-Zee."— 7%e Sphinx, 
" Bgypf — « Conmna"— <" BuBaco"— « Salamanca" — " Vittoria" — " St Sebastiaa" — 
"Nire"— « Peninsuk"— « Niagara''— "Waterloo"— « Wagpore"— " Maheidpoor"— " Ava." 



lYean'SerT.I 



70 



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Paj. 



S3 



34 



45 



29 
27 
27 




33 

33 

22 

20 

20 

28 

20 

20 

20 

20 

19 

26 

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17 

18 

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15 

14 

13 

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Coianel. 
9 m Bi, Han. Sir James Kempt,' QCB.GCH., JBru. 31 Mar. 1783 ; Lieut, 
18Aug.84; Cap^30 May|04; Jf«(;V>r, 18Sept.04; Xwu^.-Co/. 28 Aug. 99; 
Col. 9 March^ 09; Mqfar-Gen. 1 Jan. 12; Lteui.'Gen. 27 May, 26; Gin, 
23 Not. 41 ; Col. of the BoyaU, 7 Aug. 46. 

X^etft^CoUmdi. 

1 Andrew Brown, Bnt. 26 Oct. 20; JUeut. 17 March, 26 : Cept. p6 April, 31 ; 
Mqpor, P26 May, 38; Lieut^-Col. PS June, 41 ; Col. II Kov. 61. 

2 9 George Bell,* Mtu. 14 Mar. II ; Zieut, 17 Feb. 14; Capt.vl Aug. 28; 
Brevet-Mqfor, 29 Mar. 39; Minjor, 14 July, 43; Zieui.'Col. p6 Dae. 43. 

Ifq/ori. 
1 Charles Deane,' KH. Comet, 6 Sept. 04 ; Lieut, p 6 July, 06 ; Capt. p 5 Dec. 
18; Mqfor, p 19 June, 35 ; Srwet^Lt.-Col. 9 Not. 46. 

1 Alexander Barry Montgomery,^ £nt. 25 Nov. 24; Lieut. 30 Oct 26; Capt. 
P 16 Aug. 33; Mcffcn-, P6 Dec. 43. 

2 Thomas Graham, JBns. 21 May 26; Lieut. 9 27 April 27 ; Capt. p 9 Aug. 83 ; 
^JIf/V>r,P3May 44. 

2 Richard Going. Em. 9 April 26; Lieut, p 2 Feb. 27 ; Capt. p 19 June 85 ; 
Brevet'MaJ. 9 Nov. 40 ; Mt^or, p 17 Jan. 51. 



Captains. 

BurtonDaTeney,/.0.i i Ko?.oi 

Edw.A.G. MuUer*.... 

Francis Gregor Urquhart . 
2 Henry Richard Marindin 
2 Thomas Scott Hawkins . 

Tyrrell Matthias Byrne . 

William Little Stewart . 

Heniy Draper Neville * . 
1 Bon. Cha. Dawson Plunkett 

1 Ffederiek R. Mein 

Bdward Robt Wetherali, #. 

William Webster 

Francis Locker Whitmore 

2 James Pollock Gore 

2 John Edward Sharp .... 

1 Charles Henry Dowker*.. 

2 Andrew Anderson 

2 Arthur Newland 

2 Ch.Bdgecumbe Davenport 
1 William Kent Allix .... 



2 
2 

1 



2 
I 
1 



BK8IGN. 

27 April 20 
3 Feb. 20 
P 18 Nov. 31 
P II Jan. 33 
P 29 Mar. 33 
30 June 24 
P 12 April 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 
P U Oct 33 
22 Oct 33 
P 27 June 34 
20 Feb. 27 
\P 7 Aug. 35 
P OFeb. 36 
P 24 April 35 
■^ 7 Jan. 42 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 18 Sept 39 
P II Sept 40 



LIBUT. 



P 7 July 25 

11 Aug. 25 

P 16 Aug. 33 

P 18 Mar. 36 

P 17 Sept 36 

23 Mar. 26 

13 Jan. 37 

P 20 Jan. 37 

P 10 Mar. 37 

P 14 April 37 

P 22 Aug. 37 

P 24 Aug. 32 

10 May 39 

P 20 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIK. 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



P 9 Feb. 38 
P 7 July 43 

19 Aug. 41 
P 15 Apr. 42 

14 July 43 
P23June4d 



P 8 Nov. 27 
P 11 Jan. 331 
P 14 April 37 
P 30 April 41 
P23June4d 

16 June 43 
P 28 July 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 
P29 Dec. 43 
P 3 May 44 
P 19 Dec. 45 

6 Feb. 40 
P 3 Sept 47 
P29 0ot. 47 
P 17 Dec. 47 
P 21 July 48 
P 17 Jan. 51 
p 21 May 52 
P 6 July 52 
21 Sept. 521 



23 Nov. 41 

9 Nov. 46 

U Nov. 51 



28 July 40 

1 Sir Junes Kempt aeeomiMUilcd Sir Ralph Abereromby upon the Expedition to Holland in 1790, as aide-de-eamp, and 

was pKMDt in all the aetiona eaecpt that of the lOth Sept, when he was absent In England with dispateheai Accompanied 

Sir Ealph to the Mediterranean in Jonoi IbOO as MUltary Secretary and alde<4eHeamp, and served with him until his 

dealk, Coatinned to serre In the same sltoatlons with Lord Hutchinson, and was present In aU the battles In Egypt, and 

at the eapture el Cairo and Aleiaadrta. Commanded a Light BatulUm apon the Bxpedttioa to Naples in ISOd. Went 

•0 Calabria in the same year, and eammaadod the Ught Brigade at the battle of Maida. Joined the army in the Peninsula, 

vnder the Duke of Wellington, Dec 1811, and was appointed to the eommand of a brigade in the Ird DlTlsloa i served at 

the slefa of Badi^osi commanded the attack on Port Picurina, and the brigade which led the attack and carried the eastie 

of Bad«|o> by escalade, on which oecasloa he was mverely woonded In the ft>ot. Vemoved to a brigade In the Light 

Division in Feb. 1618, and served in command of it untU the eonclusion of that war in 1814 and was present at the battle 

of VUtoria, the attack on the heighta of Vera, battles of NivcUe (slightly wounded in the arm)* Nlve, Orftes, and Toulouse* 

besides several other leas Important aflblrs. Commanded a division In the campaign of 1816, and was severely woonded at 

the batUe of Waterloo. Sir James has rsceived the Egyptian Medal i a 0<rfd Cross and S Clasps fbr Maida, Badi^oa, Vittoria, 

Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse \ and the Silver War Medal with one clasp for the Pyrenees. 

3 Lt.-Col..Bcll served ia the Penintuls froin July ISll to the earf of that war in 1814, end was sagaccd In the actioa Of 



Arroyo da Molino. bel tie of Vittoria, battles iu the Pyrenees, on the 7ib, »'ili.'80th,~aad gist July . 1813.' Wttles of the 
Kivelle, tbelfiTe, Baronne, Ortbcs,TarbeSy and TouIoum, betides a grsst many affairs and skiimishas. Ho sfserwards Mrved 



«r«r» audrin ibeWeat Imlies. He was actitely cnploycd dvring the rebellion la Canada, pai^ 
*' " " " ~ idetTthesi 



■▼■■••a »•.• ».l»Wf w«TW.MHVf ■*».« 

la the Emn Indies, In Ibe B«r«« _. 

ticularly in the rsptafo of St. Charles^nd St. Eustache i be aflerwards coaiaiaudetr the small Port and gsrnson of Ceteau^a- 
Lac, aa imporunt position on the Rircr St. Lawrence, and rcccired ibe thanks of the Comnsnder of the Potces for his 
nertiona in recevarint the guns sad shot from the beUom of the R^er, and mounting ihem in position when it was reported 
lapracticoUe ( the guns were 94-poanders^ siaieea of which and 4,000 round shot ha recovered iu the depth of a Canadian 
winter. He baa receivad the War Medal uiih sixclasps forVittoria, tho Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthca,and Toulonae t and 
thn Xadiaa Medal for Ava. 

3 U.-Coi. Daaao served the campaign of ISOi against the Rajab of Lahore. He served also at ths siege of Battraa 
and oihar (Mt$ in 1817; the Mahraiia and Pladame campaigns oT 1817 snd 18, under the immedlua command of Che Mar- 
qnia'of HatCtets t nod in the Burmasa war in 1SS8-6. He has recaived the Indian MedaL 

4 Major MoMfomsty aerved in Ava, and has reosived the Xsdnl. 

8 Major Mullcr served la the Barmese war, and has teccivcd the Indian War Medal. 

B CaptainNovUle acrvad in Canada daring the rebellion ot 1837 and 1898, and waa anfagad with the rabala U St. Charlea 

• CtrkDQwknMmdMAdJvtnitof thtStbiatheKaflrWvof 184Sbi4 47. 

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162 



Ut{The Royal) Regiment of Foot. 



LlBUTBHANTS. 

2 Spencer Geo. Aug. Thanby 

2 Spencer Y ansittart 

1 Geo. GwayasCarlyon 

1 Frederick Carter, Aiilj. . • • < 
1 Frederick Wells 

1 Thomas Henry Breedon ... 

2 John Alex. Gavin Campbell 

1 Richard George Coles 

2 Thomas Edward Bidgood . 
2 William James Gillom 
2 George Taaffe 

1 Hastings Fowler Jones 

2 Wm. Fortescue Scott . 
2 Henry Francis Bythesea.* 



BNSIGll. 



• • •• 



P 15 Dec. 40 
P 30 April 41 
p 7 Sept. 41 
P17 Dec. 41 

12 Oct. 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P 2 Aug. 42 
P 3 May 44 
P25Jnne 44 
P14 Feb. 45 
P 10 Dee. 45 
p 21 Apr. 46 

15 July 43 



I.IBUT. 



P26Sept.45 
1 George Rowland. 1p30Not.46 



P28Jnly 43 
P 5 Sept. 43 
P29Dec. 43 
P83 Feb. 44 

2 Aug. 44 
p 19 May 43 
Pll Apr. 45 
P 14 May 47 
P 22 Jane 47 
P 2Jidy 47 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P22 0ct. 47 

18 Feb. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 
p 15 Not. 50 



2 HenryWhichcoteTamer-4*'. 80 Mar. 47 P21 Feb. 51 



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2 Bfaigham H. Edw. Mailer 
1 John Alexander Chiystie 

1 Charles James Phillipps.. 

2 Theobald M'Kenna 

1 Frederick Augustas Smith 

2 Bdw.T.8t.LawrenceMccGwire 
1 Charles Bdmondstone Kirk 

1 Henry Hawley Smart 

2 Stephenson Simon Bristowe 
1 Henry John Scroope | p 15 Feb 

Sirsioiis. 

1 William Bellew. .. . 

2 Montagu Adam Henry I^egge 

1 Wm. Fred. John Rudd .... 

2 Rupert George Brady , 

2 William Splcer Cookworthy 

1 Charles Hunt 

1 Fred. Harry Hope 

1 Jerome James Murphy .... 

2 TnA. Pritzler Muller 

1 Jas. Archibald Rttddell Todd 

2 Richard Llewellyn Williams 
2 Edward Andrew Stuart . . 
2 Thomas John Gregory . . 
2 Philip George Con^ .... 

2 Alexander W. Low 

1 George Roe Fenwlck .... 



29Dec 46 14 Mar. 51 
P 2 July 47 20 July 51 
P17 Dec. 47 P 16 Sept. 51 




















p 2 Feb. 49 
P 1 June 49 
p 19 Oct. 49 
p 5 Noy. 47 
20 Oct. 49 
P 18 Jan. 50 
50 

P 16 Feb. 50 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 22 Not. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 17 June 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 

17 June 61 
P17 Apr. 62 
P 14 May 62 
P 21 May 52 
Pll June 52 

9 July 62 

P14 Sept 52 

23 Not. 52 



P 19 Mar. 52 
P 30 Apr. 52 
p 21 May 52 
p 2 Jan. 52 
P 6 July 52 
Pl4Sepl.52 
12 Oct. 52 



4. Dr. KaoK «■■ aetlvvlj 
Um rebcUtoa to CaMda la 107. M. 
uid WM yimmt fai mU i 
tk« tfoop* la Iha mOm «f SL ChflflM. 



C 1 James Espioasse, 8 Feb. 39 ; Bm, 8 Feb. 21 ; XttMtf. 
Paymatttri. Z 7 April, 25 ; Capt. 1 1 July, 87. 

(. 2 William John Bampfleld, 30 June 48 ; Bn$. 18 Mar. 42 ; JUtHf. 
Aj'^*^^4m J * Ueut. Henry Whichcoie Turner, 11 Dec. 40. [12 SepL 46. 

A<yutanu. ^ ^ ^^^ Frederick Carter, 12 Oct. 52. 

Qftarter^Mtuterg. 
2 Joseph Swaine, 20 Nov. 46. 

1 Joseph M'Gee, 8 Sept. 46. 

Surfftofu, 

2 Geofge Gordon Robertson, MD., 25 June 44; Atrigi.^Surff. 12 Aug. 34. 
1 Alexander Knox,« M.D., 16 Mar. 44 ; Asiitt,'Surg. 12 Apr. 33. 

>i «•!««««#. CtMiMMm^ i * J«n««Mee,28March45. 
Attittant-i^urffmi. J ^ j^^^^^ Beresford Smyth, M.D., 16 Nof . 50. 



Facingt Blue — Agent, Andrew Lawrie, jE$q,^IrUh Agents, Messrs. Gaae k Sons. 
[1 tt BattoHem returnsdfrem Nova Scetia, 2 Aug. 6 1 . Head quarters at Portioioath.] 
[%d BatttUion returned from Barbadoee, 25 Feb, 46. Head quarters at Coik.] 



Ymn' 8enr 



** '"S;Si.'';t'iS;^""' '"'•] 2nd ( Tlie Queen's R oyal) Begt of Foot 1 63 

** Tk9 Pmtekal hamh^** with the moltos " PrUiinm virUUU memor**%xkA " Vet txutim triumphanU" Th« 
QiMeii'«Ci^A«r within the Oait«r,haYingth« Crown over it. On the Orenedien' Ce|M,the Kin(i*» Cre$t and 
the QtMm'« Cypher and CrMm ; and on the Drmag the (Ituen't Cypher, The SvAIno-, with the woidt 
" EGYPT "— " TIMIERA " — " CORUNNA" — •• SALAMANCA" — •' VITTORI A"— " PYRENEES "— 
"NIVELL E"— "TOULOUSE"— "PENINBULA''~"AFFQHANISTAN*'—"OHUZNEE"—"KHEJLAT.> 

Colonel, 
9 m Alex. George, Lord Saltoim,i KT. KCB., GCH., Ent. 28 April 02 ; Lt, 

2 Sept. 02;Ca;>*. 7 Sept. 04; Zt.-CoL 26 Dec. 13; Co/. 27 May 26; Jfi|/.- 

Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Co/, of the Queen'a Boyala, 7 Aug. 46. 
Lieut, 'Colonel. — John Bums, Ens, p 27 Apr. 27 ; Lieut, p 16 March 33 ; Capt, 

P 18 May 38 ; Mqjm-j p 23 May 48; Lieut.-Col, p 17 June 61. 
Jfq;or«.— Stanhope William Jephaon,* Ens. p26 Not. 30; Lieut» PlO Feb. 36; 

Capt, P28 Dec. 41 ; 3£q;or, p4 Aug. 48. 
Thomas Weston Eastbrook Holdsworth/ Erts, p 16 Jan. 36 ; Lieut. » 14 Dec. 

38; Cflp^P]6Aug.42; Jlfq;or,P17 June 61. 



61 



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23 

17 



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38 





16 





13 





18 





11 





10 





7 





16 





8 





21 





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6 





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4 





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8 





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2 





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16 





6 





7 





12 





2 





2 






Captains. 
O. RobiDflon,* 2. c. 1 1 Nor. 61 

Thomas Addison* 

Demetrius W. G. James^ 
Edward Selby Smyth* .. 

Richard Hill Rocke 

Raymond Inglis 

Cecil Squire 

Frederick Connor 

Frederick Mathias .r . . . . 
Thomas Chnte^* 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Robert Holdsworth . . . 
Frances Lionel Oct. Atty 

John Charles Weir 

Robert C.Bamford,£f . J 4^*. 
Jas.Harwood Rocke, Ad^. 

John Toleher 

John Chalmers 

William Henry Grimston 

John Thompson 

Charles GIbbs 

Lord Chas. Edward Hay 
R. C. Thomson, d.pm. . . 

Richard Stack 

Bnbions. 
William Henry Spencer . . 

John Croome 

William Webber Martin 

Herbert Belfidd 

Fred. Stephen Steele .... 
John Cha. Tyrwhitt Drake 
George Pomeroy CoUey 
William Mackie 



BN8ION. 



LIEUT. 



6 Oct. 20 

16 Sept. 37 

P 31 Jan. 40 

P 26 Jan. 41 

7 Jan. 42 

22 Not. 43 

P June 46 

P 29 Sept. 38 

P 16 Dec. 46 

P24 Feb. 32 

P 26 Sept. 46 
IJan. 47 
P June 48 
P 6 Sept. 34 
P 4 Aug. 48 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 2 Mar. 49 
29 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P23 Nov. 49 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 16 May 61 
P 12 July 60 

P 18 June 61 

P 11 July 61 

P 12 July 61 

P 13 July 61 

6 Dec. 61 

P 16 Apr. 62 

28 May 62 

16 July 62 



24 Jan. 26 

31 Jan. 30 
P 16 Dec. 40 

20 May 43 
P30May 43 
Pll Feb. 48 
Pl9Sept.48 

27Jau. 40 
P26 May 48 
P 9 Dec. 36 



CAPTAIN. 



P 2 Mar. 
P 4 May 
P 2N0Y. 
P 12 July 
PI Mar. 
P 9 May 
P 17 June 
PI7 June 
P 17 June 
P17 June 
10 Sept. 
P26 Mar. 
7 May 



49 

49 

49 

39 

60 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

62 

62 



P 19 Feb. 36 

P 16 Dec. 46 

P 9 June 46 

P 4 Aug. 48 

P 2 Nov. 49 

P16Mar. 60 

P17 June61 

10 Sept. 61 

7 May 62 

18 Feb. 43 



BRBY.-XAJ. 



13 Not. 39 



7 Captain Jaaes Mrv«d la ihm 
ipaign in the Boatbcni Mahnuu 
ooimtry ia 1844 (iaclodinf Um atorm 
and e^tvn of the finrticaa of Pu- 
nella), and part of that ia th« Con« 
aad SawBBt Wanree eooatrT ia 
1844 aad 46, 

S Capt. Smylh acnred ai Brigade 
Major to the Foroce in the Seothera 
Coaean and Baweat Wane Couatrf 
during the eawpaign of 1844 aad 45, 
laelodtng the itonaiaf of acTcral 
rto ck ad ee , aad the laTaatneat aad 
capture of the Fofti of If onohnr aad 
MuaninttMh. 



10 Capt. Chute lenred in the f2ad throoghoat Sir 
Chartei Naptcf*s operations in Selnde in 1848, inclad- 
Ing the deetniction- of Imanmghar ia the de«ert^ aad 
the battlei of Meeaaee aad Hyderabad (Medal), at 
which lait he waa Mvercly wooaded. 

11 Mr. FoMsenred with the lOih ia the eaapalga 
oa the Sntl^J, aad waa preieat at the battle or 
Sobraon (Medal). 

Paymaeter.'-Onyer NiooUa, 26 Not. 46 ; Ens. p 13 Jan. 38 ; Lieut. 10 July 41. 
A^utant.—'Lieut. James Harwood Rocke, 26 March, 62. 
Quarter'Master.^John ManBfield, 27 Oct. 46. 

Swffeon."-UeDry Clinton Foas/' 17 June 61 ; Asslst.-Surg. 26 Feb. 41. 
il«n#tofi<-5ur^eoiu.— John Edward Moffiitt, 14 Mar. 61. 

Francis Holton, M.B. 23 May 61. 
Facings Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, Bart., Armit, k Co. 

I Loid lalloaa lerrcd ia Sicily, la 1808 aad 7 ; Sir Joha Moore'i eaaipalga ia 1808-0, laelndhig the balUe of Cornnna. 
n^^^^uum. to Walcheica. 1800. Went to Cadla in April 1811. aad reaaahaed with the army until the end of the Feninralar 
war la 1S14, and waa prcMnt ai the ttonnhig of Seville, paiMge of the BidaaMa, battle of the NiTcllp. aetioaa of the 8th. 
lOlh, Mid Itth Dee. 1818 ia fkeat of Btdart, panage of the Adour, bloehade of Bayonae aad repulse of the sortie. Senrid 
also the conpaiga of 181S, iaelodtag the battlca of Quatre Bras aad Waterloo, aad the stonaing of Peronae. la Dee. 1841 
he cttbarfced la coauaaad of lelaflireenienu for China, aad commanded a Brigade at the attack aad capture of Chhi 
Kiaag Foo (Medal). Alio the War Medal with three clasps for Cornnna, Mire, and Toulouse. 

S Mi ii«* iephaaa lenad the eaiapaign ia Ae ^i««««««« aad Bekwehiataa. iadnding the storm and capinre of Ohuxnee 
(Medal! aad of Khdat. He serrcd abo the campaira in the Btmihem Mahratta conntiy in 1844 (including the atorm 
of the Fovtiasa of rnadla), and that ia the CoaeaB in isa : he eoBunaaded the storming party at the Weatcm Heights of 
Fwaalla (voaaded). 

4 Kaior Holiaworth aerrad the campaign in Aflkhanistan and Beloochistaa, including the storm aad capture cf Choiaee 
(Medal) aad of Khalat (aevcnly vonaded). Ue senred also the oampaiga ia the Sonthcra Mahiatu ouuntry in 1844 
ifiaelndiBg the atorm of tfie Fortress of Pondla), aad that ia the Goucaa ia 184&. .... 

5 Lc^CoL loMaaon aerrad the eampalsB la Afl^haalBtaa aad Bdooehiatan, indndinc the stonn aad capturc of Ghnnee 
l e ai at e i r wooaded) aad of Kheiat. Medal for Ghnsaec. .... 

« Caataia Addison aerred the campaign la AflkhaaiataB aad Behwchbtan. iadnding the atorm aad eaptnm of Ghnaaea 
~ Khelas. He aervod aa nuOoe of hrinda tha eampaign la tha Soatham Mahiaiu eoaatiy ia 1844 
torn of PoMUa^-^woaaded), aad that la theC^ocaa ia lS4i. StTcrelr woaadod 14 Oet. Ml la aetlon 
oa the WateAloof Hdchts. 




S«IT. 




Tba Proton '*Donxo" "Tixatxba" "▲lbuhika" "PffftivaM** *'MxTKAi"«*Iftv^ 
*' PBVXjrtvuL" " PujnriAA.*' ColcneL 
9 5tr Henry Kinf.^ CB. KCH. KC, Comet, 35 Mareh.M; lAmd. 19 Avir.OS: 
Cap*. 8 Msy, 00 ; Af <|^, 6 Feb. 07 ; Lt.'Coi, 81 Dec. 11 ; Coi. 87 H^, Sft ; 
M^OT'-Gm, 10 Jan. 37 ; X^-(?«ii.9 Nov.46; Col. of the Bnfft^ 18 Mareli, 46. 

Charles T. Van Straubenzee,' JS^. p 26 Aog. 28; Xteii*. P 29 Feb. 33; QuU, 

P 10 Mar. 87; Mt^cr^Vl Aug. 48; J9r0Of*-X^.-Cbl. 80 April, 44: X^.^-dS. 

11 Not. 61. 
Af4|ior«.-WaineB TUbot Airey/ ^fw. 11 Feb. 30 ; XAiOUi. p 3 May 88 : Ctmt. p 92 

July 42; Mqjor, 11 Nov. 61. ' ^^ 

James Paterson,^ Em, p17 May 21 ; LUut, p4 Dec. 23; Capt. p6 Apr. 31 : 

Broo.'Mqjor, 28 Dec. 42 ; Mt^oft 81 July 46. ' 



Captains. 

George Bridge 

Chariea William Green . . 
Fred. Francli Maude* . . 

HaghSmlth,*». 

Walter Pownall ........ 

John Floyd 

Charles Hood^ 

QeoTfe James Ambrose. . 

Henry John King 

Richwd G.Amhmt Laard 

LlBUTBRAim 

Alex. HamiltonRobson,^. 
Thomas Kalns,* d* pm. . . 

Cortlandt Taylor 

Augustus Edward ElUce 

John Lewes, d. a4f 

PhilipHen.Prender. Aplin 
Rob. Sandford Warburton 
Penrose John Dunbar . 
B. Ker Yaughan Arbnckle 
Arth. LannoyCoussmaker 

James Pope, Adff 

William Wallis King. . . . 
Leonard Sidebottom .... 

Ensiqits. 
Henry G. C. Bumlngham 
James Bullen Dennis • • 

William Wainman 

Melville Aug. Walker... 
William Ross Turner. . . . 
William James Newton. . 
William Roger Suow.. . . 



BNSION. 



16 April 29 
7 AprUdS 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P 6Dec 44 
P 17 Sept 41 
P 26 June 44 
P 4 July 46 
P 8 Aug. 46 
6 July 46 

P26Dec. 88 
P20NOT.30 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P Apr. 47 
P 14 May 47 
21 April 46 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 8 Dec. 48 
P 10 Dec. 47 

30 Not. 49 

31 Mar. 48 
P12Jnly 60 
P18 Dec. 60 

P 14 Mar. 61 
6 Dec. 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 18 Aug. 62 
P 23 Not. 62 
P17 Dee. 62 
P 18 Dee. 62 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIir. 



28 Jan. 44 
p 14 May 47 
» 10 Dee. 47 
P 10 Dee. 47 
P 6Dee.60 
PldDee.60 
P 7 Not. 61 
Pl2 0et. 62 
P 12 Not. 69 
P23NOT. 62 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



5 Ca|it.lfsad« WM pmtnl In 
Ite iMttIt of Pvaaiv (lC«4id) 

M A(\)aUnt of Um Biilftb Sad 
htd hit horse klUed luutor him. 












































» 







Htttry RiBC Mrrcd at Om slff* af PortD BlM. Md Mf«n« of TMaUad. la Ifty. 
ird of MMttaiqu*. h« «u avdw«4 t» p HM iS fai • mbsU wmI to SI. rnrt, with a deUchacDl of 

» ftiMd fer tb« OoTcniOT, Sir Yfm. Kapfel i we — i Mwl a Prvnck privaicar aff tka Dtamaad Bock. 
aei, with MTCntr Ban oa board, wtalek, aftar a iharp aetion of twoaty arfaoftM. waa hnttm aff villi a lai 
•ad Sftwv m tmi t dm i ( Str HM»y havtaf aalr vaa md kUlaS, and MaaatV wattsdad fai Ika aboaldar. 
M caapalga of ISSl, taatadtof tha aetiM al Um Ivdtog al Akaakir Baf,< 
a^ fth Maf al Bal—Mila, al «Mak lanar ka aaaaHadad a aqaadna of ika lUk Ufki 
t»padlilea to Wakkaw. aad *t9$m af Flii^lag, ISSS. dppitol i d O i w ia w l l ialal Tarilkto ISM^mU Iktklai 
HWnaa. kh t wl iil n i a» Uaat. O i l iil waa aalM J aia d to Ika daf al ifca ■■■a U . HH Baa. ISIL JatocdUadWah 

rtlaa tfca mimiMJ of Ika krtgad* datalTad oa kfaa. SlrHraryhi 

balUa or VMnrla. 

•CoL Siraakaaaaa aatrad Ika »ipalf nili il Ika B^ah af Oaaai !■ iSM. tolhaaalleaariUtof^paMd 

PC ISIS, ha Mecfcdrd to Sto eawaaad of fh* Mtfi rcft. 

ijor Patonoo coauaaiidcd Ika Orraadlan td Che Caaataataaa aa tha Chtoa aapadMaa, aad «•• fiatiai at 

, befarc Caatoa from Iha tllk to Iha Sltt May IMI. dafaaee of Nl^ya, at S^ioaa, Ckapooi Wmmw 

Uai« Paa^aad Maakb^. 

tplalB Smith. UcvU Bobooa aad KtiM, vwvpaeMaf vMl *• BoSk attoa halfUor PMator (Kadal). 

fl. naod WM laiiliiji* to Ibe year ISI^ m tiian toi j oa a tpiirlal rvMla Mlasioa to ika Anrnttoa Bmimt to 

\»9 diSteme* oa tha part of tba cumbfaBrd po«m o' Eafiand aad ftoaeab aad Oaaaral Boa^ ika flonmai «f 



21 Sept. 82 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P 27 Aug. 41 

1 Not. 42 
P 18 Oct. 46 

2 Aug. 44 
P20 Not. 46 

6 Not. 46 
P 23 Apr. 47 
P 14 May 47 

P29 May 40 

20 May 42 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 31 Dec. 47 
P 6 Dee. 60 

23 Sept. 61 
P 18 June 62 
P 80 Jan. 69 
P21 May 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 

11 Not. 68 • MaH»r AUvy scidd at AM«- 
P 12 Not. 62 4*-Cmdp t» Sir BohcM Sato st 
• 49 Wa«- ko *i>* ■tormliif oftba Kbooi40a> 
P W WOT. 031 boot Put to Oct. 1841. and ted 
hit horto ibot mdar htm. He 
tervsd •■ A14e-4«^;Miip to a^)«r Gea. Blphla- 
ttood. In Afl^hknlttkii. from Jaauarr 1841, and 
wat pretent In e? erjr tkirmlth or tortio mcdt hf 
Uw gkniton ttom tho okntonmenli dniiiif thio 
intufTtotloa at Cabool, aad vaa aftanratda fivmi 
up aa a hottaft. Ha acted at Alda-d««Caai9 lo 
Sir John M'CatklU at tha ttormlaf of ItlaUtf; 
and wat pretent with the BtiA at the baltia ef 
Pnnnlar (madal). 



. 7 May 47. 



PoyiMdWter.— Fred. Geo. Syms, 26 Jane 47 ; Bm. 29 Mar. 44 -, 
Aiyuiant, — Lieut, James Pope, 10 Jan. 61. 
Quarter-HTfuter.^WmiBm StillweU, 27 Oct. 46. 
^ur^.— Edgar Damareaq Bait,* 20 Not. 62; Atsift.-Surg. 12 Oct. 4|. 
Aj«i«#«U*i9Mr0iS9iw.— Qeoige Qoforth Wyar, 21 Feb. 61. 

DoweU O'ReiUy Clayton, MD., 11 Sept. 46. 
Faemgt Baff.— ilpmi/, Charles B. M*Origor» Esq. 
Irish AgenU, 5ir B. R. Borough, Bt,, Armit, k, Co. 



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•* Tks Zdan ^ am§land -^^ CORUITNA »->•« BADAJOZ"—" SALAMANCA "— *« TITTORIA" 
•« »T. SEBASTIAN »— « HIVB"— " PBHIH8ULA"— « BLADEllBBUBG»->« WATER] X>0.*' 

CoUmei.'^ SitThoxDBB Bradford/ OCB. QCH. JSnt. 20 Oct. 1708; Zieui, 

Dec. 08; Copt. 16 April, 04; Mqfor, Sept. 05; Xtmif.-Col. 1 Jan. 1801; 

Col, 25 July, 10 ; Mmar-Chn, 4 June, 18 ; Lieut.^Oen, 87 Maj, S6 ; Oen, 

33 Nov. 41 ; CoL 4th Re^. 7 Feb. 46. 
Zieutenani'Colond.'-^SBL Arthur HIU TreTor/ KH., £nt, 1 Apr. 00; LtBut. 

PI Jan. 10; CapL P87 July 15; JIfttfor, p 12 Deo. 26; Sretfet Lieut.-Col. 

23 Not. 41 ; Lt-Col. P 2 Feb. 44. 
Mqfars.'-lf William Badlier/ Sfu, 2 April, 07; Lieut, 4 Hay, 00 ; Capt. 20 

Aug. 25; Mqior,A Feb. 38; Srev, Lt,-CoL 11 Not. 51. 
Thomaa Wniianu, Bru. p 12 Sept 22; LinU. p 7 July, 25; CapU p 17 June 28 ; 

Srev.'Mqf; S3 Nor. 41 ; Mqjor, 1 June, 45 ; Brev, Lt,'CoL 11 Not. 51. 



Captaims. 

John Joalab Uort 

Hercules Atkin Welman^ 

WUliMnWilby 

Henry Balgay* 

John Cowell Hartley . . • . 

Spencer Stewart 

Archibald Rutherfoord . • 

Thomas Martin* 

George Latham Thomion^ 
Dominic Jacotin Gamble 

LlEUTBNAKTS. 

Theobald Pepper Roberts 
William Trail Arnold .... 
Francis Edwin MaunseU. • 
S. B. Moody Skinner. . . • 
Octayius Torke Cocks . . 
Aug. Bdw. Henry Anseli 

Jasper HaU 

James Barton 

M. Hamilton DowUggen 
Patrick Robertson* .... 
Thomas Knott, Atff. .... 

Hodder Roberts 

Henry Klrwan Robinson 

^irsioirs. 
Frands Fisher Hamilton 

James Paton 

Henry Edward Forster . . 

Thomas Sheppard • 

WilUam Winniett 

Cuthbert Eccles 

John Philip Bohun Fonter 
Aoguatos Joseph Sylces. . 



BNSION. 



90 Not. 40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P97 May 36 
P20 April 42 
P26Apr. 30 
Pll May 41 
P 10 Aug. 36 

27 May 86 
P 27 July 88 
P 19 April 44 

P 15 Dec. 40 
P 20 Not. 46 
P12 June46 

5 April 46 
PdOMar.47 
22 Dec. 48 
P 2 Feb. 40 
P IS June 45 
P 30 June 48 

7 Apr. 48 

28 Aug. 46 
P OFeb. 40 
P 18 Jan. 50 



LIEUT. 



P8USept.42 

16 Mar. 43 

P 7 Oct. 37 

PBOOet. 43 

P 20 Oct 40 

P 16 June 43 

P 1 Feb. 30 

27 Oct. 30 

0April41 

P25Feb. 45 

2 Aug. 44 

2 Not. 48 

20 Dec. 40 

P28Dec. 40 

Pl7May 50 

22 Aug. 50 

p 31 Jan. 51 

10 Aug. 50 

Pl6Sept51 

5 Dec. 51 

P 9 July 52 

OJuly 52 

P 16 July 52 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



P2»Dec. 46 

3 Feb. 47 

P 10 Dee. 47 

P 12 Not. 47 

22 Aug. 50 

P 94 Sept. 47 

7 Mar. 51 

5 Dee. 51 

p OJuly 52 

P 16 July 59 



4 Ctyt. Wclaan 
dalaebiiMiit of Um 80th« •mbarketi 
in the pri?»te Mhooncr ArUl at 
ih« eaptiin by larprlte of the 
nLnUlMl Mhooa«fr Hcium ia • har- 
bour of the Mtreurr Islands on the 
ISlli Oel. IS4S, for which ha rp- 
caivod the thanka of the Governor 
of Kcw Zealand, and the ajpproba< 
lion of tho Dnke of Wclttnf ton. 
He served the — "*p^^f on the 
8nll4 in 18M-6 aa Adiainal of the 
SOih. Indaiinr the battles t 
Moodkoe, Fereieahah. and 8>' 
hraon > Medal and two clasps. 



> Capt Balffny serred with the Sth la the KaflB.- 
orit«SandlM7. 

• Capt Martte sotrvwl with the ISlh aoyal Irlth 
throttcbottt the China Kspeditioa (Medal), and wm 
present at the stofning of Amoy, attack and eapturv 
or Chapoo, WeeeaM. Shai^hal. sad Chin Klanf Pou 
(when ha oooiaaaadcd the LIfht Cempaay), and in- 
vestment of Nankin. 

7 Capt. Thmasea served in the Calfre ^ar, under 
Kt Beniaasia ITCJrtaa. 



PlSJan. 50 
P 15 Feb. 50 
Pl7May 50 
p 14 Feb. 51 
18 Jan. 50 
P OJuly 52 
P 10 July 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 

Paymoffsr.—Wadham Wyndham Bond, 25 Jan. 50 ; Bm. p4 Not. 86 ; tt.O 

Mardiy 30. 

Aeyutant. — Lieut Thomas Knott, 8 Feb. 50. 

Qucr/er-Afwtor.— John Leahy, 21 Dec. 49. 

Suraepn, — Ridiard Francis Yalpy De Lisle, 5 Not. 62 ; AMtUt^Surg. 27 Aug. 41 . 

AtMant-Surgwn.--yfi\ViMm Boyd, 12 March 52. 

Faeingt Bhae.'^Agents, Messrs. Ck>x & Co. [Ret. from Madras, 25 Sept.48.] 

1 Sir Thomaa Bradford terred In Ireland during the Rebellion In 17116. He was employed as an Assistant 
Adietml-OsBflral with tba Armr In Haoorer vader Lord Caifaeart la 1805; abo In tita ■ame capaciiy the 
foftowtng year to tIta troope under Sir 8. Auehmuty destined to reinforce Oeneral Bereaford in the River 
Plata; in Saptembar, howaver, ha was appointed Deputy AiUttUnt-General end Chief of that Department to 
the troopa ■arvlng in South Amerteat during this eampaifn he waa present at the siefe of Monta Video and 
tha afetaek prerlout to It. at alio that on Boeaoi Ayrea. In Jnna 1809 ha waa appointed to the A^juunt 
Oaaeral'B Dapartmaat of tiia Amj In Partogal, and waa praeant at tha botUea of Vlailera and Corunna. 
Ra eommaiided a Brifada of the Portugneea Army fh>ni tha and of 1811 to tha genai-al peace In 1814, and 
waa engaged at the battle of Balsmanca, siege of Burgos, battle of Vlttoria, assault of Tolosa, attack of tho 
oatwo»a of San S shaati an sad alaga of that fortran, aetlone of the Nlve on th« 0th. lOib. lltb, ami iSlh 
Dec. 1818 aaar Biarita, peeiage of the Adoar, InreacoBent of Bajonoa aad ntpulse of the sortie, at which ha 
serereljT wounded. Sir Thomas has reeeiTcd a cross and one clasp for Corunna, Salamanca, Vittoria, 
BfteMtan, and Nlre. 
t Lieat'OSL tVswr servfd with the ttid In Ocmaay and BoUsad to IBIS ssd 14. ladttdlag boOi attacks on MencK 
I In fteot of Antwerp, aad the stonataf of Berren-op-Zoom. Ssnretf alio the e«n|«Ign of 181ft, laelndlur tb* 
al^sabe Bns, latrsmt on tho followliig day, battto of Waterloo, ad^aaee to aad captors of Psris. Als^lc 
sa wtih tht Mrd, and la China with the 9Mh. 
8 Lt.43ol. Sadller serred In Slcll/ from July 1806 to Jons 1819, and was present at the capture of the 
BMsMda of beMa and Prodds, Served subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battle of Castalla 
and ilage t^Tungook, action atTIUa Prmnca, besides rarious minor afflUn : serred also ia the Aaierloan war, 
lacludiag the attack on Plattsbuig. 



56 Sth Regt of Foot {Narthumberbmd Fusiliers) L^^SISJ" 

QtM Faia Vceemt," iurmoumting St. Georyvud the Drafoo. On tks eonun of th$ 9m4 ettmur tks 
Rom mnd Croini; onthg eapsthtKia^Cnati 4ilM8l.OwtscUlliiictlMDngOD. ^WILHELMSTABL** 
— " KOLEU"— •* VIMIERA'*— " COBUNNA"— " BUSACJCT— " CIUDAD RODRIOCV'— ** BAIUJOZ"— 
" SALAMAKCA"--'' VITTORU"— " NIVELLE"^" 0RTHE8"— " TOULOUSE "— •• PEKINSULA.** 



ean' 


8m. 


55 1 


•-U 


Hftlf 


il: 


P»y 


29 





17 





22 





21 





18 





14 





14 





19 





13 





21 


»A 


11 





24 


ISA 


12 






10 
10 ' 

9 

9 
12 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 
5 

4 
4 
2 
2 
1 



CoUmel, 
9 Sir John Orey,' KCB. .E^. 18 July, 98; X«. 8 May, 99; Cap#.Sl Oct. 
03; Mqjar, 27 Nov. 00; Litut,-Coi. 6 Feb. 12; CM. 22 July, 90; M^f&r^ 
Gen. 28 June^ 38 ; Zt-Oen, 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 5th FiuUien, 18 May^ 49. 

Itieut.'CoioneL 
Philip Melmoth Nebon Guy, Btu. p 23 Sept 24 ; ZimU. p 12 June 28 ; 
Capt. P29 Dec. 37 ; ilfiy. 20 July 47 ; Xteii/.-Co{. p21 May, 50. 

Jfq/orr. 
Henry F. F. Johnson, Sns, 22 Noy. 86; Littit. P 23 April 89; Capt, P90 Jaa, 

43; Mq;or, P5 0ct. 49. 
Walter Cranfiird Kennedy, JSTfu. 27 Oct. 31 ; Zt. 10 Nov. 84 ; Capi. P21 F«b. 

40; 3f<|;or,P21 May, 50. 




























7 











13 





6 





1 






CAPTAXira. 

James Bgbert Simmons* 
Wm. Seymour Scroggs. . 
William Chester Master 
George Bryan Milman . . 

Griffin Nicholas 

John Wallace Colquitt • . 

John Maasy* 

Ferdln. Wm. L'Bstrange 
William Newhonse* .... 
William Lyons • • 

LlBUTBKAVTa. 

Arthur Watson Palmer.. 
John Swaine Hogge .... 
Garthshore Stirling Home 
Arthur England Johnson 
John Henry Chads .... 
Francis Henry Pender . . 
George John Stewart. . . . 

Charles Carter 

Albert Emesl Boss, Ai^, 

John Flood 

Wm. Henry Petty Mean 

George Bennett 

RobOTt Le Marchant Gray 

2H0 LlBUTBKAKTa. 

William Leach 

Lfgh Richmond Parry . . 
William Maroon Carter. . 
Bdw. Reginald Simmons 
Robert Harris Hardy . . 

John Templeman 

Geo. Hen. J. M. Chapman 
John Kysh 



2d libut. 



20 Jan. 32 
P 12 June 35 
P 23 April 39 
P24 May 39 

8 April 84 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P 3 Dec. 29 

27 Dec. 42 

14 Sept 15 

15 Jan. 41 

24 Feb. 43 

P 9 June 43 

24 Feb. 44 

26 July 44 

9 Jan. 41 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P31 July 46 

13 Nov. 46 

22 Dec. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 
P 29 Dec 46 

15 April 46 

P 21 July 47 
p 30 July 47 
P29Dec 48 

29 June 49 
P 19 Oct 49 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P21 Nov. 51 

6 July 52 



libut. 



29 May 
p 21 June 
P 26 Oct. 

20 Sept. 

26 May 
P 30 Dec. 
P 16 Sept 
9 Jan. 

17 Sept. 

12 Sept 



36 
39 
41 
42 
36 
42 
36 
46 
18 
43 



P 31 July 46 
9 Nov. 46 

23 Dec 46 

24 Dec. 46 
12 May 44 

P 30 July 47 
P 21 Aug. 49 

4 Oct 49 
P28 Dec. 
P 21 May 
P 5 Dec. 

8 Mar. 
P 8 June 



49 
50 
51 
52 
49 



CAPTAIir. 



P 23 July 41 
9 Nov. 46 

P29Dec 46 

P 29 Jan. 47 
22 Dec 45 

P 20 July 47 
30 July 47 

P 7 Mar. 51 

13 Jan. 87 

8 Mar. 52 



BRBT.-VAJ. 



11 Nov. 61 



9 Captain Stmnoas 
the eampslfa In 
ABd BalooeliMaBa m AiQoiuil 
of the Qnastt't Roral^ i»clttd- 
fog tb« ilorai uio captara of 
OtasBM (Madal) sad KbalBit 
•t tb« atom of each of 
fortriMMi ha wm 
wponded. 

4 Captain Msmj 
Oaaipalgg acaiiitt tha 
of Cooig wuE tiM 4etli la liM. 

5 Mmj. N««ko«M «Mwa la «w 
LlfM DIvtalMoraw OM«a AttKy 
la tto MateMte mg ^ ISIT i^ 
ISIS, u otim AM« d«.C«H9 to 
Sir LiQMl Smitli, mU 
a Btwrta of the 
Cavalry, aad wm •«■«••< at 

action of Um Sltt Jao. Mia Sanaa *Im la t«a 
dHtaM to Galea, tho Smla ISIS, 
KIrr Otm. la wUeh bo volaMoan 
dtor Compaaf of Ibo SMh la «ha owtadav of Iho But 
rort of Bhoi4, which wm takan kf ooMlaSoi to Iho 
Mcood ia laiO with tho right wtaf of Iho SNh. wttk fho 
torat oador Cotoocl the Hoaourahk I toimto SliHhafr. 
Ho Mrvod UkowiM oa two BspoditloM to Iha Oatf af 
Ponto -> Ibo lit la ISIS aador Sir W. K. OlM^ aatf 
thaflad to ISn. aadcff Sir Ltoaol Sirflh i oaaho wm 
prootat at tho haaio tA taklaf of Paoaah to ISlf. A« 
whIchhahMa 




Paymatter* — ^Frederick Blanco Fortter, 5 Dee. 51 ; JSn9, 12 Not. 46; UUmi. 

IS Oct. 48. 
Adguiant.'-Zieul. Albert Ernest Ross, 9 Sept 51. 
Qiiarfer-Afiu^er.— Robert Webster, 19 July 47. 

5tir^«m.— Edward Scott Docker, 14 Mar. 51 ; Aaitt^-Surg, 29 Dec. 40. 
AsiUt.'Swgeons.-'Dadley Hanley, M.D., 20 July 47. 

Henry Bowles Franklyn, 26 March, 62. 
Facings Bright Oreen,^ Affents, Messrs. Barron k Smith. 

I sir Jaha Orty Mrvcd to the Bm« latflM to tho aaianlsa aflat Tipfoo Sdliaa, todaSkw tto haMto of HaOavatty. iho 
attach of the Tbpo and Sultaa potlah bcfcro SotU^ ap otam, ttofo of SOTtwivoiaM. aad aa tho gMnriaK mi*r at lhoaMaala> 
■Mdal Sw Ihto Mrrleo. Sorvad to tho PntoMU with tho Mh. Md wm a aaatw la tho tad 
Polu* Lontaw ottochod thoi wgiMwn at Bl Bodoa i T»aotat at too riaio of Cladod a id f^ a, atoa ai 
krofo oa tho alfht of tho atuim, oad at the otonal^ of tho groat hrtath. which wm eanlod hjr tho 

loll wtag of too Anay of OwaMor. he dofcatod a Mahratto tmtm of twolro theaMad an. at 

WarModlalXaMadMiM**' "^ 




Tean'8«nr. 



65 



''iSk'^Si^V'^S^^ 6th ( The Royal Ut Warwickshire) Regt. ofFoot.lbl 

** Th9 AMi4i0p^»—Oa th« thrac eornen of th« second colour,** The Bom ond CrcwnJ'^And on the Grma- 
.JUK. *^*P^ "r*« t^ing't 0««."— "ROLEIA"— "VIMIEBA"— "CX)RUNNA"— "VITTOBIA"— 
'•PYRENEES"— «« NIVELLE"— •• 0RTHE8"— *• PENINSUUL"— « NIAGARA." 

9 Henry James Riddell,' K.H. Stu. March, OS ; Lieut. 19 April, 08 ; Capt, 24 

Dec. 02; Mty'or, 10 Dec. 07 ; LmU.-CoU 4 June, Id; Cohnel, 22 July, 30 ; 

Mqfor-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Gtn, 11 Noy. 61 ; CoL Oth Foot, 26 June, 61. 

lAieutenant'ColoneL 
John Michel, jEM^, i^ 3 Apr. 23; Xieti/. p 28 Apr. 26; Capt, p 12 Dec. 26 ; 

Me^or^ P6 Mar. 40; Zieut.-Col. p16 April, 42. 
Mqfcrt. — ^Andrew Armstrong Barnes, Snsign, 21 July, 26; Lieut. 28 May, 

20 ; Capt, p 1 July, 36; JBfevet- Major, 9 Nov. 46; Mqjor, 19 June. 48. 
Robe W. Maeleod Fraser,* JEns. 6 July 33 ; Lt,v 17 July 36 ; Capt, p 16 April 

42; Mqj'or, P 26 Dec. 61. 



PuU 

30 
28 
20 



20 
16 
13 
23 
22 
18 
11 
11 
13 
10 

10 

11 
8 
8 
7 
7 

6 
5 
2 
2 
7 
2 



Half 

P«y. 



1^ 








































2A 









7 





12 





7 





8 






Captains. 

Morris James Hall 

J. Elphlnston Kobertson 

Reginald Peel 

John Craven Mansergh.. 

Edward Staunton 

Edward James Blanckley 
Wm. Albert Stratton .... 
Godfrey Armytage .... 
George Grant Webb*. . . . 

Henry Pratt Gore 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Edward Robertson 
Philip Aug. Mosse, d, pm, 
Charles Parker Catty . . 
Richard Thompson .... 
Frederick William Gore . . 
John H. Ford Elkington 
W. Lee,^ ad, Q.Mj98Jaiie44 

Edward Lloyd 

Nicholas Appleby Spoor 

Edwin Grogan 

Robert Unwin 

Pra. Wm. Hy. M'Cleland 
Walter Tyler Bartley . . 

Ensigns. 
William Grove Annesley 
Richard Henry Goodwin 

William Pitt Prest 

John Dawson 

John L. Qtway Mansergh 

Lewis Blyth Hole 

W. C. F. Burlton Bennett 



ensign. 



LIEUT. 



7 Jan. 36 
P21 June 39 
P 14 April 43 

11 July 34 
4 Dec. 34 

17 Jan. 38 
P 10 Nov. 44 
P 29 Nov. 46 
P 28 Dec. 41 
p 10 June 46 

P June 46 

31 July 46 

20 Jan. 47 

P12 Nov. 47 

P 7 Apr. 48 

P 30 Mar. 40 

26 Dec. 61 

P 26 Dec. 61 

P 16 Jan. 62 

P 6 July 62 

P OJuly 62 

24 Sept. 62 

P26 Nov. 62 



CAPTAIN. 

P 1 Nov. 42 

P 27 Oct. 43 

P 28 Nov. 46 

31 July 46 

31 July 46 

7 Aug. 46 

P 30 Mar. 49 

P 26 Dec. 61 

24 Sept. 68 

P 26 Nov. 62 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 16 Mar. 38 
P8 April 37 
P 6 June 40 

26 Nov. 30 
17 May 31 
22 May 36 

27 May 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 

20 Mar. 40 
P 21 July 43 

P 14 April 43 

16 Apr. 42 
P 2 May 46 

8 Aug. 46 
P June 46 

28 Aug. 46 
28 July 46 

P 12 Nov. 47 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 18 Apr. 61 

11 Apr. 61 

3 Nov. 46 

26 Dec. 61 

P 23 Jan. 62 
P 24 Jan. 62 
P 13 Feb. 62 
28 May 62 
P OJulv 62 
3 Dec. 62 

D17 n<M» Ro , captBW of the lOmA qf rira bww.taieUiw witii ttmnl 
rn ucc, OX piratical v«aMia la ttiharbow, la lS»-t. 



• CafI. WcM Mrrad wlUi Um Left Wmy of the 
Quccn'i BojrBb duriof tk« campatfii «f 1844 aiiil 45 in 
the Sotttbcra Coneaa and Bawsnt Wanca Ctmatrj, In- 
ehidlar Uw atonalaf oTMranl ttoefcaa— . and the ^m• 
Tcstoacat aad captara of tka Ports of Moaobor and 
Munaimtoili. 

7 Ltcttb Lcc aarvcd with tfM Royal Mariaas at the 



Paymaster, — Sydney James TimbreV ^ ^^7 ^^ ; ^^' ^7 May 42 ; Lieut' 

10 Not. 43. 
Atyutant.— Lieut, William Lee/ 28 July 46. ' 
Quarter^Master, — John Croker, 28th Jiily» 46. 

Surgeon, — Egerton James Pratt, 7 May 62; AsHsL^Surg, 11 June 41. 
Asrittant'Surgeons, — Henry Vereker Bindon, 12 June 46. 

Wm. Fred. Torcato Ivey, 30 May 46. 

Facings Blue.— il(wnt», Messn. Cox and Co. 

1 Li«ut^G«i. RidfkU lerred m Deput7-Aaclst.^iu»rter-Masttr-(l«Mr«l ti the ctptare of Copenbtfen In 
1807; and ■• Attbtant-Quirter-Matter-Omeral on tlM •matein eosti of Spain and at Qenoi, with the arnif 
onder Loid WllHam Bentiaek. 

• Jfalor Fraaer aeted as ataff oflleer to a detaehmenl tent from Dombay Sa 1837 against the rebels in 
Caaanu He Mrved alM In the Kafir war of 1646-47. 

H Psfoiasler TimbreU terred the earapalfn of 1846-6 on the SatleJ (Ifedal), aiid was present In the 
battles of Moodkee, Ftrosoibah, Baddlwal, AUwal, and Bobraoo, in which last he bed both his thif h bunes 
bfokea by anpe-ehot. 



58 7tn Mfft. Of rooiy {JKoyai rtuitters.) ^ ^ rifm^th, 

a the centra of the eolonn, The ** Bote" within the "Oarier" and the " Crown" OTer It. 

And in the cornen of the Moond Colour, The ** White H&rte,'* ^ MAETivrQUB"— 

"Talayhra" — "Albuhbra" — " Badajoz** — " Salamanca" — « ViTTomiA" — 

" PTBBKBBB"— ^OrTHBB"— "ToULOUSB"— " PBJriKSITLA.* 



(nnf 8«rr. 



09 



Pull 



27 
10 



10 
17 
16 
14 
14 
14 
14 
13 
6 
10 



15 

11 

10 

11 

10 



14 





6 

5 

7 

5 

6 

5 

6 

4 

4 

9 

3 

13 

6 

14 

G 

21 

10 



Hftlf 
P»y. 







CoUmel. 
9 Right Han. Sir Edward Blakeney,* QCB. QCH. Comet 28 Feb. 1704 ; Xieii/. 
24 Sept. 04; Capt. 24 Dec. 04; Mt^or^ 17 Sept. 1301 ; Xicii^.- Cot 25 April, 
06: Col. 4 June, 14; Majtrr-Gen. 27 May, 25; Ueui.-Qen, 26iiuM,36; 
Col, 7th FoBilien, 20 Sept. 32. 

Xtieutm- ColoneL 
Lacy Walter Yea, En». i»6 Oct. 25; Lieut. viO Dee. 26; Ci^t. i»90 Dec.36; 
ir<^'or, P 3 June, 42; Lieut. -Col. pO Aug. 50. 

Me^ors. 
Bicfaaid WUbraham,' 2fuf Xuru/., p 25 Mar. 26 ; Lieut. 25 May, 33 ; Cant. ^22 
July, 36 ; Brev.-Jlfqf. 31 Dec. 41 ; Mqf. P 10 Jan. 44 iSroo. Lt.-Col. 1 1 Not. 51 . 
Thomas St. Vincent Hope Cktchrane Troubridge, Bne. P 24 Jan. 34 ; Lieut. 
P30 Dec. 86; Capt. p 14 Dec. 41 ; Mqjor, pO Aug. 50. 












































CAPTAiira. 

Arthur John PaclL,#. .. 
Hon. Cliarlet Luke Hare 

Wm. R. Browne 

Herb. Wat. Wmi. Wynn 
Albany French Wallace,* 

Frederick MiUs 

W. Harconrt Carter . • » . 
Hon. William Monck . . 
Rob. Fra. Laacelles Jenner 
Reginald Yonge Shipley 

LlBUTBHAHTS. 

Plomer J. Young, r. . . . 
Fred. John O. Whitehead 
George Raahlelgh Edgell 
Dugald Stewart Miller . 
Charles Edw. Wataon . 
W.H. Dominic Fits Gerald 
T. Beckwith Speedy,M4^*. 
William Jesse Hoare .... 
RichardWiUiamAldwortb 
Hon. Cavendish Browne 

Thomas Tryon 

Godfrey Goodman Mosley 

Dudley Persse 

Hugh Robert Uibbert .. 
Richard Williams Thomas 
Rich. L. Otway Pearson 

Fredertok Palmer 

Charles Cullen Maunsell 
Henry Wm. Paget Butler 
Aug. Johnnes Leeson 
Robert H. H. Keightley 



BNSIOir. 



P 8 Aug. 33 
PIS Mar. 36 
29 Sept. 37 
P 5 July 39 
P 5 Apr. 39 
P25Jan. 39 
P 4 Oct. 39 
P28Aug. 40 
P 4 Apr. 45 
P 5 Dec. 43 



11 May 36 
P25 Not. 42 
P 14 July 43 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 8 Oct. 44 

15 Mar. 39 
P 12 Jen. 44 
P 19 Aug. 44 
P 5 Nov. 47 
Pl2Msy 48 
P 1 May 46 
P 16 June 48 
P28Sept47 

18 Aug. 48 

3 Dec 47 

8 June 49 

P2dFeb. 49 

P17 Sept. 50 

P 14 June 50 



LIBUT. 



P 5 May 37 
P 7 Dec. 38 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P29Dec. 40 
P 1 April 42 
P 2 July 41 
P 29 April 42 
P 7 July 46 
P 11 Dec. 46 



P 1 Nov. 39 
P 8 Oct 44 
P 20 Dec. 44 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 27 Mar. 46 

23 Oct. 41 
P 1 May 46 
P22 0ct. 47 
P 25 Sept 48 
P 1 Feb. 50 
Pll May 49 
p 5AprU50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 7 Mar. 51 
P 4AprU5l 
P 18 July 51 
P28May 52 
P 9 July 52 
P2l May 52 

11 Nov. 45 



CAPTAXK. 



MA/OB. 



P23 June43' 
P23Aug.44 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P28 Apr. 46 
P 1 Oct 47 
P21 June 50 
P 2 June 48 
P 7 Mar. 51 
P 27 Dec. 50 
P 30 Apr. 52 



• Lt«-OokWllbrsluuD ttrv«d 
11m 8f rlftii eun]M%a of 1840- 
41 (Modal), Ineludlnc tks ad- 
ruKM ott Oms and sflUr am* 
Aiktloa. 

• Capt WBllset irrvod witli 
Um 98lh lo Chlaa(lf«dal)»aad 

prtMot tl dmao, Osalsa. 



dtrcno* of KliifpOi M Tfeoko. 
Chapoo, Woofoiiff, ShaacluM, 
CMb Kiasf Am. sad NoaktSf . 
4 Lt Speedy Mrrcdtbo cate- 
polfuoriMI and la, iatlM litli 
ugtd lafaatry, and was pi mot 
at Ilia ttonDtAf of tha 
CidMMl Paia, afUr of 
ftMrdaf tha Juvdnllvek 
radaoCioo of UMFattof Mi 
KhaiU dafenoa of Jaltalated md 
•oitit* OB Um Ulh Nov. sad Isl 
Dar. 1841, lltk Maick, »4lh 
March, and 1st April IS41^ aad 
fanarml aetloa aad daihal of 
AkbarKbaa. Madala tor JaOft. 
1 



^ , 2 Apr. 41 
Paymaeter.— Henry Dizon^ 20 Oct. 52 ; J^is. p 6 Feb. 47 ; Lieut. P 20 Dee. 48. 
Atyutant.-'Lieut. Thomas Beckwith Speedy/ 7 March 51. 
Qnarter'Maeter. — John Uogan, 1 Oct. 47. 

Surgeon. — John Mitchell, M.D. 12 Jan. 44 ; AteUt.'Surg. 13 Nov. 32. 
Aeeiitant Surgeen.—'ThomeM Moore Sunter, M.B., 6 Oct. 43. 
Focinge Blue. — Agente, Messrs. Cox k. Co. 
[Returned from Nova Scotia 25 June 50.] 
1 Sir BdwMd Blakaaay a^wiiapaaiart tha aspaditioa uodar Midor Ora. Wkaa lo iha Waft lodisi. sad was 
pretaot at tha eaptura of DasMmfa, Berbloa, aad BMaquibo, ia 1796: In iha eoona of ihlt Mrrtet ha «aa 
threa Unias takeo priaonar hj PriTatacra and Metered lerare hardchlpt. In IfW ha aaeampaalad tha a a pf» 
dWoa to HoUand, and was pnMat la tha aatlaoa of tha 10th awl IMh Sapt, and alw la thoaa of tha ted 
and 0th Octobar. In 1807 ha MUad with tha Royal FaalUafa to iha Balilai laiaad Lord Clithiai 
tioo, aad waa iraaant at tha esptaia of the Danish laeat aad Mrmdar of Oapaahafaa. In 1 
pftaaat at tha captoia of Martiaiqoa. lalSll hanilad torUthon Incoounaadof tha 
that aad tha fbllowlaf eampalgna of 181S, IS, and 14, he traa prcsant at tha battliaof Bbmoo end All 
wverely wounded thioogh tha tUfh; aetlon at AMca de Ponte, tfcyea of Cindad Rodrtfo aad Wadi^OT*. 
■averaly wovndad throofh tha arm at the aaiaalt; battlca of Vlttoria, Psmpaluna, Pyranaai, aad mtellr, 
baaldaa Tarlooa minor actlooa. In 1814 ha Joined the force afalnat New Orlaani, aad was pfaaaat at iha 
lit of the I'maa before that plaea. In 1816 he Joined the army la Balgiam, aad was pffaaont si tha 
of Paria. 8lr Bdwird has raealved the gold eraec aad one clasp for Martiaiqaa, AAahofm, 
liaria, aad Pj iaaa n } aad the BUrer War Medal with foarSlMps tor Baneo, Oated Asdrlio, 
NlTeile, sad KITS. 




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The^Wkite Ban§/* on • rad groond within the ** Garter," and the " Crown" oyer it. 
In the three eomen of tlie seeond coioar, the " Bcyal Cypher and Croion,** ** Nee 
aepera terreni.'* The " Sphinx;* with the wordi ** BOYPT — « MARTINIQUB" 
— " N IAGARA." 
T.m' 8m. Celmei. 

Sir Gordon Drammond,> GGB. Bn$. 81 Sept 1789; Lt, 81 Mar. 91 ; Capt. 91 
Fofl Half J<^°* ^ 9 ^^' ^ Peb* ^i Lt.'Col. 1 March, 94 ; CM. 1 Jan. 98 ; Mqf,'Gen. 
Pay. Paf . 1 Jan. 06 ; Lt.-Gen, 4 Jane, 1 1 ; Gen. 87 May, 26 ; Ca2. 8th Foot, 84 Apr. 46. 

lAetUm" Cokm^m 
9i Sy Henry Winchcombe Hartley, £ns. 10 Sept 18 ; LietU. 1 Oct 80 ; Capt, 9 1 Oct 
26; Brevet'Mqfer, 28 June 88; Mqf&r,9M Oct 41 ; X#.-CW. '16 Dec. 45. 
John Longfleld, Sru. P23 June 25; Zttfu/. P 86 Sept 26 ; Ciip^ p 30 Jan. 85 ; 
Mqfor, P 19 Not. 44 ; Lieut.-Col, 8 Apr. 46. 
SI Jlf<(for<.— Edwaxd Harris Greathed, JBnt, p 28 June, 82 ; Lieut, p 10 May, 38 ; 

Capt. P 87 Apr. 88 ; Mqf. p 3 Apr. 46. 
88 James Croft Broolie,* Mne, p81 Oct. 81 ; Lieut. 8 Sept 88; Capt. 81 March, 
46 ; Jfufor, P 8 Oct 40. 



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CArTAINB. 

John Hinde 

Jamea Speedy 

James Johnston 

A. Gannlngfa. Bobertson' 
Bdwhi Gream Daniell^ . . 

WilUamBayly* 

George Edward Baynes 
Richard Wilson Hartley 
Charles Staniforth Hezt 
Alfred Ingilby Gamett.. 

LlBUTBNAIITa. 

BUia Jamea Charter .... 
Bobert8tuartBaynes,a4/. 
John Bail Campbell .... 
Richard Wm. Woods^ . . 
Tbomaa George Souter^ 
Charles Power Cobbe . . 

Daniel Beere 

Thomas Aldridge 

Brsk. Nimmo Sandilands 

George Corry 

Sbaftoe Craster Craater. . 
Bdward RawUngsHannam 
Robert Becher Stewards 
WUiiam Henry Henieli 
B.Kennicott M'Dermott? 
Charles Covell Neame 

Horace Ximenes 

Wm. Waldegrave Pogson 
George Fuller Walker .. 

Timothy Walsh" 

John VereWm.Hen.Webb 
Edmund Bagenall .... 
Thomas Beattie Grierson. 
Ensigks. 



BNSIGir. 



P 88 Feb. 35 

15 May 28 

7 June 39 

P 15 Sept 87 

P 8 Oct 35 

26 Jan. 



» 2 July 
P 26 Oct. 
P 90ct 
P 13 May 



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41 
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42 



P 25 Oct 42 

P 28 July 43 

2 July 41 

P 27 Aug. 41 

21 May 42 

13 July 41 
4 May 42 

21 May 42 

21 May 42 

26 July 44 

P27 Sept 44 

P 4 July 45 

23 Dec. 43 

5 Jan. 44 

1 Nov. 42 

20 May 42 

P 27 Mar. 46 

p 27 Mar. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

28 Nov. 45 

29 Jan. 47 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 21 May 47 



LIEVT. 



CAPTAIN. 

P 4 July 45 

14 Jan. 44 

P21 Apr. 46 

P 11 Not. 45 

P 25 Not. 45 

29 May 48 

17 Oct. 48 

9 Feb. 49 

P25 Feb. 46 

P 21 Feb. 51 



BBBV.-MAJ. 



Alexander Ross Bayly . 
Wm. Raymond Ximenes 
G. Bgerton Haddleston.. 
Hertert Vernon LUUcrap 

John McNamee 

Charles Geo. Mackenzie 
William Fred. Metge . 
WiUiam Cole HamUton 



2 Apr. 47 

P 89 Dec. 48 

80 Dec. 48 

9 Feb. 49 

8 Feb. 49 

P 21 Feb. 51 

P 13 Feb. 52 

P23 Not. 52 



P 30 June 37 

23 May 32 
P 13 May 42 
P 80 Aug. 41 
P 7Septd8 

83 June 42 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 27 Sept. 44 
P 6 Oct 37 
P 4 July 45 

P 16 Dec. 45 
P 27 Mar. 46 

29 Sept 43 

80 Dec. 43 

28 Jan. 44 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 

8 Apr. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 21 Apr. 46 
P 28 Apr. 46 

13 Not. 40 
P 14 Feb. 45 

29 May 48 

9 Feb. 49 
18 Sept. 49 
1 Apr. 50 

P 21 Feb. 51 
p 18 May 49 

Pl5 0ct 68 

7 Lieut*. Woods. 8ooter, aad M *I)ennott tr«r« 
preseot with tb« Buflk in the action of Pnnnliu', 
and have ree«iTed the Bronse Star. 

8 Lieut. Walsh lerved with the 48tb In (he 
campaign against the RiOah of Coorg. In April 
1894. He terred with the fi&th in China (ma- 
dal), at Amoy, Cliuean, Ultinhae (ineliidinf the 
repulae of the nisht attack), Chapoo. Woocnng, 
Shanghai, and itonning of Chln.Klaag-Foo. 

Paym. Hartley lerred at the surrender of 
Martinique ; and taking of Ouadaloupein 1815. 



S Captain Robertson lerred 
in the Anglo-fipanish Lefrlon 
flrom Jttijr 1885 to June 1887. 
Reeeived a medal for thn ac- 
tion of Ath May, 1887 i the 
cToia of the 1ft elasa of San 
Fernando, for the action* of 
the i5(h and 1 0th March, 
1887 ; and another medal for 
the storming of Irun, 17th 
May following : aererely 
wonnded in the face by a 
splinter in the general aetion 
on the heights of Ametsa, lit 
Oct. 1888. 

4 Captain Oanlell senred with 
theMth in China (Medal), and 
was present at Aim^, Chnsan, 
^ad Chlnhae, inrlndlng the 
rcpalee of the night atuck. 

Capt. Bayly was present 
at the battle of Platuburg in 
1814. 



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Payimultfr.— Bartholomew Hartley/ 80 Oct. 85; Bns. 16 Jan. 13 ; Lieut. 86 

May, 14; Capt. 17 April, 85. 
AtifutagU.'^Lieut. Robert Stuart Baynet, 29 May 48. 
QuartoT'Maeter.-^Jiihn Roes, 8 Not. 42. 

Surgeon. — Franeis Charles Annesley, 15 Aug. 48; Assist.-Surg. 17 Sept 30. 
Atslttant'Surgeons, — Richard DomeuicheUi, M.D., 3 Apr. 46. 

Henry Clinton Martin, 20 March, 46. 
Henry Day Fowler, 19 Dec. 45. 
Facingt Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox it Co. 

MfTfd In IMImS ta I7M tad 96. mU wm prctral la NhMgMn tfvrliiff fh« sl«ie, aad At the 

of *e tSih ud SIst Mi 



Aeooapanlcd the ezpeditioa to Ccypc in 1801, and wu pmcal la Om battles of *e tSih ud SIst Monli | alto at 
of ahamanlch, and at tbo narrander of Oraad Cairo and of Aleiandria. Sir Oordon »Mt nmeb serrfoo la ttao 



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9^ ( Tht EoMt Norfolk) Regimatt of Foot. f^oSSS" 

■<*- "WJLKU." ••VIMISU," "COiinmA," 'BtnUGD,"''Ut.UIUfCA.'- 
ST. BEBjttrriAK," ■• NIVE," -PENINSULA," "CABOOI, Utt," •• KOODXEB," - 
- fbROEESUjIH," "B0BK40H." 
CafoMl.— V Sfr June* Archibald Hop«,i KCB. Sm. 13 Jin. 00 ; Zt. 3 Jane, 
01; Cufif. 16 Feb. 06 i Migor^ 6 Uvcb, II ; Xf.-Cc/. 81 June, 13; Col. S3 
t Jnlj.dO; 3r^.-G«i(. 23NQT. 4);£<..Gm. IINOT.61; C0l.9tb F. I&Feb.46. 
Urat.-CliiAmel.— BrownlowVilllenLayard.'fru. 31 July23; Xt. 30 Jan. 36; 
Ca;if. PSI Nor.St ; Srm.'3Itfi.9 Sor.AS; Mifj. 3 Sept.4T; Xf.-C^I.'e JimeGS. 
' Mt^ori. — Arthur Borton,' Etu. 'IS Jul;, 3S; Xi«f(. i>3 April, 35; Capt. 30 
July, 41 1 ^mi.'JfilJor, SAprii, 46; ^iv'n-, flG Sepl. 48. 
Charles Eliiihir»t,' &u. r 14 Aug. 35 ; Litvt. r 17 Oct. 37 ; Capt. 22 Dec. 40 ; 
AfftfOr, P8 JuneCa. 

Captaikb. 
Duncan Munro Bethune' 

Fred. D. Lijter" 

uhailcf Hamilton Fen ton' 
2harlei Hrnry Lealie* .. 

Alexander Taf ler'' 

SeorgeHarringtOD Hawea' 

Sydney Darling 

Ueniy Ralph Browne.... 

lohn Hanbain" 

Fohn William Percy.... 

LiBUTBNAHTS. 

Dbas. Spencer Gayoor*' . . 
Archibald Bluatiali" r. . . 

Robert Daunt" 

Tho. E. Bowerbank Dent'" 
kTilliam Burden,' aij;. . . 

tohn H. Lothian 

jlmeon Cbariea Louiada.. 

Frederick Smith 

Hilton Bauett Scott . . 
Flenry John Wllkiiuou . . 
ffllUam Parker Terry . , 
Irtfanr Oswald BJebtinia 
[amcs Lcgh llmnby .... 
Erbiqhs. 

inlliam Daunt 

S. J. PoUeifen Baitanl 

lohn Barton Taylor 

B. Cb. Wm. C. Blouiome' 
n'm. Geo. II. T. Pair&r 
IVilliai "" 



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' July 52 



Paymaiter. — Andrew Eievwright, 2 Apr. S2; Ent. 1 Apr. 40; Lt.vl Sept. 48. 
i<^iUant.—LUut. William Burden,* 4 Uay 49. 
2i(nrt«r-3foi(fr.— William Baubury, 8 July 61, 
^urffnm— Jame* Moiiat, 3 Hot. 48 ; Auiit.-ntrg. 14 Dec 38. 
in'at.-Surgem. — David Auderson,* H.D., 33 July, 44. 
Facing Yellow. — Agent; Mc»ra. Coz k Co. — Iriih AgenU, Sir K. K. 
Borongli, St., Armit, ft Co. (Sttunua trum Bengal, 10 Jaly, 1847.1 
- "'-iHmdsitk ilw nptdli^ H UunnuIWI-Gi » bdut in IM}, iKhiliiiitb>>iEfa>(C!bpD. 

I of adaiM wff ubd >i OvwTutilt 




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The « Sphmx," with the words, " EOYPP'— « PBNINBULA"— " SOBRAON." 
C92(m«/.— -9 '^^^ Thomas M'Mahon,* St, KCB. jS^. 2 Feb. 97 ; Zf. 24 Oct. 99 ; 

Capt. 8 Oct. 03; JHqjor, 6 Nov. 06; Lteut.-CoL 4 May 09; Co/. 4 June. 14 ; 

Mqf.'Geru 27 May, 25 ; Lt.^Gen, 28 June, 38 ; CoL 10th Foot, 28 Sept. 47. 
IAeut,^ColaneU. — ^Thomas Harte Franks,* CB. Ena, p7 JiUy, 25; Lieut, p26 

Sept. 26; Capt. p 1 Mar. 39; Afq/or, p 29 Dec. 43; Jjt.-Col. p28 March, 45. 
William Henry Chas. Wellesley, Ens, p 29 June, 30 ; Lieut, p5 Oct. 32 ; Capt. 

P 17 Jan. 40 ; Jtfq/or, p 14 April 48 ; Lieut.-Col, p 3 Noy. 48. 
ilfif|/or#.— William FenwicV ^^' ^ ^^* ^; I^ieu^ p 8 June 39; Capt, P15 

April, 42 ; Major, 13 Sept. 48. 
Henry Errington Longden,^ Ens. 16 Sept. 36; Lieut, p 7 Aug. 40; Capt, P26 

Mar. 43 ; Bref9,-Mqjor, 7 June 49; Mqjwr, 21 Feb. 60. 



Captains. 
John Cassidy Stock* .... 
Mitchell Oeoige Sparks^ 
Richard Mordesley Best* 

Charles Dunbar* 

Malcolm MacOregor ** . . 
Henry Radford Norman" 
Steph. Fra. Cha. Annesley 
J.Van Harthals Montagu* 
Samuel Burges Lamb 
Alexander Chancellor 

LlBITTBNANTS. 

Robert Qeo. Jephson'* 
I Charles Doyle Patterson** 
I Alexander Montgomerie* 
Marshall Valenthie Bull« 
George Lewis DiveAmieP^ 
John WUliam Medhurst« 
John Thomas Chandler'* 
John Mapes Webb Ensor^ 
RlchardCormickCliffbrd** 
JohnEdw.Hussey Taylor** 
Cuthbert Barlow**.... 
John Montresor Smyth 
Charles Nedham** .... 
Patrick Browne Lucas** 
W. H. P. Gordon Bluett*' 
John Edmund Whaite** 
J. Lee Stanwell Aldersey 
Thomas C. Robertson . . 
Hugh Augustus Crofton** 
Henry M. Havelock, adj. 
George C. Bartholomew 
S. H.Molesworth Eaton. . 

Henry Henderson 

Eirsioirs. 
Fred. Browne Sandwith 
Richard M'Culloch Peard 

Frederick Beatty 

Michael O'Donnell .... 
Bdwyn Stanhope Jerrois 
Rob. T. Fra. Hamilton . . 
St. Andrew B. St. John 



JSNSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



23 Mar. 26 
4 Not. 19 
P 20 April 32 
P 3 Aug. 26 
P 6 Sept. 31 
P 23 Feb. 38 
P 6 July 38 
p 17 April 40 
P 14 Dec. 32 
P 20 Oct. 46 

P 19 Oct. 38 
21 June 39 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 16 Nov. 4] 
P20Dec. 39 
P 20 Jan. 43 
24 Mar. 43 
P 22 Dec. 43 

17 Oct. 45 
P 27 Oct. 43 

18 April 45 
23 Sept. 45 
28 Feb. 45 

P 10 Oct. 45 
P23May 48 

18 Dec. 47 
P 20 Oct. 48 

10 April 49 
P21 July 48 

31 Mar. 46 
P 17 May 50 

19 Feb. 47 
P 13 Dec. 50 



1 Feb. 29 

26 Dec. 23 

P 16 Jan. 35 

9 Nov. 32 
P 12 Dec. 34 

8 April 42 
P17 Aug. 41 
P22 April 42 
P 6 Feb. 86 
P18 Aug. 48 

8 April 42 

4 Oct. 41 

P25NOV. 42 

P 16 Dec. 42 

P 1 July 42 

15 Sept. 45 

P 10 Oct. 45 

22 Dec. 45 

1 Jan. 47 

9 Oct. 46 

P 10 Dec. 47 

P 7 July 48 

1 Aug. 48 

4 Oct. 48 

22 Feb. 49 

21 Feb. 50 

29 Not. 50 

P 9 May 51 

P 16 May 51 

P23 June48 

P 13 Feb. 52 

14 Aug. 49 

P 24 Dec. 52 



12 July 42 

28 June 36 
P 7 June 39 

5 Sept. 45 

29 Nov. 41 
4 Oct. 48 

P 22 Oct. 47 

P 16 May 51 

7 July 48 

P20 Feb. 52 



CAPTAIN. BRSY.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 46 
11 Nov. 51 



P 1 Dec. 48 
P 81 Dec. 47 
10 Mar. 48 
29 Nov. 50 
13 July 49 
23 Jan. 52 
12 Mar. 52 



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[Cdatiawlloa of Not* IJ 
oMded lotlM «omflMiMl of «M whol* 
of the troops whleb won cngafod, 
•ad held tiie poiitloii until roltored 
tho foUoviof moratat, altlioagfa 
wonadod and expoNd to tht t«. 
pMted attnnpti of the eneny to 
rotUte it I rth Nor. hi the action of 
Sooiikoond <vwimi«ndwl the righe 
Mrade, and with it led the attack, 
eaptnriof the wbole of the roenij'i 
fma at the p^nt of the harnnat 
without flriuff a ahot t S7ih Not. in 
the eanybif of the heighto 
Mooliaa, eootmaadod the 
on the eatvefne right, and dlrtctcd 
the attaek of iu Iradtog eolunn. 
On the I8th Fell. 184B he joined with 
ttie Mooltan Ibrec, the amy under 
Loid Oongb* and eowwnamled the 
10th at the battle of Goojerat 
(Medal), and waa apeeiaUj named 
for his oonduet both by the Com- 
niaader.li^Cbleraad the OoTemoiw 
OeneraL 

4 Major Pcnwiek. Capt. MoBtagu. 

Lieuta. Montgomerie, Bull, and 

Medhurat, aerrtd with the 10th to 

the campaign on the Satlcj, and 

preteot In the battk of 80- 

(Medal). 

.-,_. ^ - ,^ » lI^orLonfdtona«rved with the 
10th in the Sntlcj campaigD of 1845.^ and was preaent 
in the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Be aerred £0 the 
Ptti^aab campaign of ISIS'O, and waa pRaeat during 
the whole of the alcfc operationa before Mooltan. in- 
dnding the aftdr of the Oth Sept., stoming the 
17^1 atronifly intrenehad poaition befeie Mooltan 



ISth Sept., action of SooQkooad, earrying the heights 
on 37th Dee. in command of the regt., and aurendcr of 
the fbrtreaa aa Field Sajrineer 1 afterwaida praaeat at 
the battle of Goc^erat (Medal). 



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Paymof^er.— Edward Lee,'' 12 Sep. 48 9 Ens, p 12 June, 35 ; Lieut, p 13 Apr. 39; 
Aib'utant, — Lieut, Henry Marshman Havelock, 13 Feb. 52. [Capt, I Aug. 48, 
Quarter-Master, — James Murphy ,•• 3 March 48. 

Surgeon. — ^Charles Alex. Gordon,"* M.D., 10 July 40 ; Assist,' Surg, 8 June 41* 
Assist,'Swrgs,—yere Webb," 13 Oct. 43. 

Duncan Robertson Hennie, 7 May 52. 
o u John Andrew Woolfreyes, 13 July 47. 

Facings Yellow.— il^en^#, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 sir Thomas M'Mahon serred with the Izpedltion under Sir Ralph Abereromby In 1800, destined far operations on the 
Coast of Spain, at Cadia, Ferrel, Ac, ftc, and subsequently at the oeeupailon of Malu. He serred In the Peninsular 
War la ISOS, 10, ll« and part of 1811, Inelndiag the operations on the Aroutien of Portugal and Spain, contiguous to the 
riven Con rad Agneda < at the Lines of Torres Vcdras, and at the subsequent advance thrrrfVom on the retreat of the 
He eemaaanilBd a eorps of Portnguese Infantry, which was posted on the left of the Allied Army, during 
battle of Fneniea d'Onor, proteeting the fords on the Doc Caaas, and eorrring Almeida. In 1813 he proceeded to die 
ladles, aa AAlutaaC-Oeaeful to the King's Forces, where be serred ftsr twelve years. In 1834 he was nominated Lieut.- 
OoiTemor of Portsmouth, and comsoanded the troops to the South West District ; aad to 18X1 he was appointed Conaomader* 
kwChlef of the Bombay Ansy, wUeh eommaad be held until 1847. 
S LieotL-CoL Franha eemmandsd the 10th rest, to the Sutlel caawalm of 1845-6. inclu-llnc the battle of 



'^j'.iH;*'] lUh{TheNorthDevmshire)Begt.qfFooL [Xiawu!^ 

— " Pan ursTTLi ." ColoneL 

9 Sir John Wilson,* KCB. Bnt. 86 Mar. 1794; Xtnif. 13 Ang. 06; C^#. 18 

Jan. 09; Mqfor,^ May, 1802; Zmk/.-Co/. 28 Dec. OS; Coi. 4 Jane, 14; 

MtQ.'Oen. 27 May, 25; Ueui.-Qen. 28 June, 38| Cot lltb Re9t.l0 Maj,4l. 
Lieui,'CohneL—9m Henry Keane Bloomfleld,' Jl^^. 30 Sept 18 ; Ueut. r 7 Aug. 

17 ; Capt. P 1 April, 24 ; Srevet'Mqjar, 28 Jane, 38 ; Mqfar, r 26 Feb. 41 ; 

LUut.'CoL 92fl June, 45. 
Mqfors.--^ John Caaemir Harold,' JSfu. 25 Sept. 06 ; X^ 86 May, 07 ; ObjH, 

16 Feb. 15 ; Bretet-Mq/ar, 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjar, 6 Nov. 41 ; Brepet-Zt^Coi, 

11 Nov. 51 
John Bingleton, i^. '17 June, 26; Lieut. FSl Dee. 87; Capi. '15 Feb. 89; 

Mt^or^9 9n June, 45. 



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Captaxhs. 

Edward Moore 

Bdwaid Lynch Blosae . • 
lAugaatua Fred. Jenner.. 
OwenFloranoeLonlBWard 
John Walpole D'Oyly .. 
Heniy Maynard Ball «... 
John Aleiander Hunter. . 
Alex. Henry Louis Wyatt 

Winter Qoode ••• 

1^ Thomas Peebles 

LtBUTBlfAVTS. 

lAwre. Hartshome Scott 
John Robt.Wilton,*<i.pNi. 
John T. Tho. Boyd, Adlf, 

John Boe ••••. 

lUchaid MannseU 

Joeeph Stewart Trarers . . 
B.WiagfleldCardiff,i<.a4;. 
Heniy John Madean . • • . 
Harry Clayton Hague < . 
Philip Doyne Vigor* .... 

John MacHenry 

Geo. Toddiagton Osbora 

John Finch • • • • • 

Exaioiia. 
William Dutton Naper.. 
William Henry Clarkaon 

Owen Davies 

Bichard Hotham 

Fra. Wm. Henry Petrie 
Jo^ua Harry Cooper . • 

ShelBekl Grace 

Hy. L'Eatrange Herring 



EN8ION. 



21 May 18 
P 15 Nov. 83 
P OOct. 86 
P 26 Feb. 41 
P 17 Sept. 41 
P21 July 43 
P 5 Sept. 43 
P 17 Sept. 25 
P 26 Apr. 44 
P 17 Mar. 87 

85 Oct. 48 

89 Dec. 38 
P 81 Jan. 48 
P86 May 44 
P 89 Sept. 43 

87 May 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 

80 May 45 
PSSAng. 46 
P OOct 46 
P 8 Apr. 47 
p 1 Dee. 48 
p 15 June 49 

89 June 49 
89 June 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
8 Oct. 50 
p 15 May 51 
Pl6Sept.51 
p 17 Oct. 51 



LIEUT. 



7 Apr. 85 
P85Jaa. 89 
P81 Jnne89 
P 18 Dee. 48 
P 5 Sept. 48 
P 6 Dee. 44 
P87 JnB«45 
P 84 Feb. 89 
pas Aug. 46 
P 6 Feb. 41 

p 13 Oct. 48 

3 Dec. 41 

4Jnly 45 

P 90ct. 46 

P 4 July 45 

15 Mar. 48 

P IDee. 48 

P15JaBo49 

P 7 Job* 50 

PlOJuly 60 

P 18 Apr. 51 

Pl6S«pt.61 

P86Jvne58 



CAPTAIN. 



7 Feb. 89 
P 6SepL 46 
P 5 April 44 
P 9 Oct 46 
P16June49 
P18 Apr. 51 
r 16 Sept 51 
P 89 June 32 
P86 June58 

6 June 51 



Ll-Ort. 

battle of 



BEBT.-MAJ. 



11 Not. 61 



9 If or. 40 



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p 17 Aug. 52 
Poymofrtfr.— Alexander Boyd," 8 Feb.21 ; iPfM. 14 Sept 08; Xifii/.9 Aug. 09. 
Aiffutant.^JAeut, John Theodore Thomas Boyd, 10 Mareb, 48. 
QumrUr-Matttr, — DaTid Simpson, 4 May, 49; Btu, 2 June, 48. 
^tirMon.~Netbltt Hefieman, M.D. 7 Not. 51 1 AuUt.-Swrg, 11 June 41. 
^siiWafi^-Acr^soiw.— Thornton Marshall, 11 April, 46. 

Bdward WUliam Young, M.D. 7 Aug. 46. 
Facings, Green. — Agent, Charles B. M'Origor, Bsq. 

I sir Jota Wfliea wrrcS te tb« Wtat IwUm la t7Mi uid «m prM«Bt at thm Mpcan of Sl L«c1«, lacladJai Um tiff* «f 

rwliw*! Alw at Sw toklac af Si. Vtaaral. iMtadi^ tta apwaUoM a$9iagt tka fortt ta ifeai toland. to tmkf M. 

h» waaaada priaoan of war, aaS «afrt«4 lata OaaSalevpa. la Jaa. \W, ka wa* aapiand ifala la iba BHOia 

to I7SS ha was at tba Uklag of Mlaorca. to ItOO, be aoikarfcad oa aa aapadiUoa agalaM 4^Sls. to IWl. la 

wm ffaaaa* la ifea acUaa* afiba ISib «M llMMardi, and S«ria( cha whala of that cunpalca. H« prec«a<l*4 la 

iha PMlanU la Itaa, aad was Mvnvly waaaiad a« tha batUa af VhaiOTa. la Jan. ISOS. he JalaaS the Laalt 

aaS acted with thia aorya Oariaf aa afdaoaa fariad ot earriea. la whlah It aaa lafaatadlf cagafad wMh tfaa mnmy, 

awplayed ia ee«atli« Clodad aadHg a aad Abaeida. la Joae ISIO, ha «a« aitafhiid «> tha INwiinnaie aiMjr. 

the Mbaeqaeatapetallaaa agiriBal Manhal Saail^ aa «aU In tte aarth af Panaialae <« tha caatemftaailar. ha i 

advanced aoffa af Manhal Barcifaai^ anay. ia Apetl till, he arae ■ ^ at a iad ecccad la cooMMad to Ocaeral SUvalra la 

tha pewlace af Traa ae Mcatce, aad aoied a* each dariai a period of tha aj wall wn asaiact P ai M i da S aaa i i l a, whaa tha 

place «B» tahca hy that gcoaral. In Sept. Mloalaf. he oaa appolaiad lathe caoaaoad af Iha aduaiii gaaiaar Oaaotal 

B«riellB*k Carpa d*AraMc aad caplayad oa Mardul MaMcaa'a rear dorii^ hia lavaalaa af Paitai 

eiwaced «Hh tha aaevy. Ia April ISII, iwA iha ield agaia la iiiaiieBd af the miMa af Iha P i atl aii e tf Mlahi^ 

•i^ag«dlaaeUTaopefBiloaaagaiaMllarihalMaraMat,aatheftaaiiarsorihaaalra. lalaaalS 

a«a laqacct, and «m appaiaiad la theeonaaad oTihe let Paftngneaa Biffada af l^hatry. vtlh wMoh he 

«r Saa gehaatlaa. Ihe peiine of the Bid— laa, and battle of the KWeUa t aad aa Iha ISlh Hmw, faOhvl^. 

huai1gade.hewaeagaiaae«ar«ly»««aded. Sit J«ha haa tcaalved Iha OaM Madal tat Saa SehaaUai^ aad Iha SUvft Wat 

Medal vNh l«o «hMp» te TUalan aad Xivvlto. 




TtanP 



67 



PhQ 
Vuj. 



27 
SO 
28 



19 



Half 



*< tflKDEK*'-^' GIBRALTAR**— with the Coiil* aafTBTtfy^'' ATonnf iNM^nia 

CqL^-^'' SERINGAPATAM"— " INDIA." 

CoioneZ. 
9 Richard Goddanl Hare-ClArget,' CB. E^. 6 July 06; LUuL 1 Not. 06; 

CapU July 03 ; Mt^&r, IJuly 13 ; UtuU-CoU 16 Sept. 13 ; Col. 22 Joly 30 ; 

Mmar^Om. 23 Not. 41 ; Zt.-GeH. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 12th Foot, 29 July 62. 
Lt.'Cols.—nuML Romley, Comet, PdO Dec. 24; X<. P8 Oct. 25 ; Capt. p 14 

Aug. 27 ; Bri9.'Mt^. 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqj, 26 July 44 ; Lt.^Col. p 21 July 48. 
r. John Maxwell Perceral, JSns, p 21 June, 33; XtfUl. P18 Mar. 36; Capt, 

P 18 May, 38 ; Afqjor, p 14 April, 46 ; U.-Col. p2 April, 60. 
Mqjan.-~T. Arthur Home, Ens, Pl9 Nov. 26; Lt, P27 Nov. 28 ; Capt. p21 Feb. 

34; Brev.^Mqftnr, 9 Nov. 46; Af<^'or, P30 March, 49. 
Thomas Brooke, Ens. P31 Oct. 34; XAeu*. P29 July, 36; Capt* p15 May, 

40; Af4ygr,P2 April, 60. 







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19 
16 
18 
13 
17 
11 
11 
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10 
11 
11 

11 
11 
10 

8 

8 

6 

8 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

34 

11 

4 

10 

7 

17 

14 

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§ 


























Captaims. 
John Francis Kempt 
r.H.Dalrymp.Fanshawe,« 
r. Beuiett Watk. Gillman 
r . Francis Gilbert Hamley 
Sir G. C. Bisshopp, Bt. 
William James Hutchms 
Richard Atkinson •••••. 

Henry Segrave 

r. James Wm. Espinasse 
Wm. Henry Queada .... 

r. Thomas Dundas 

r. Wm. Edward Crofton 

LiBUTBNAllTa. 

r. John Reynolds Palmer 
r. Edward Foster, atlj. . • 
Geo. Richard Littlehale 
Thomas George Yeseker • . 

r. Thomas Gamer 

r. Samuel Fairtlongh. . . . 
r. Edward Herriek, pm, 

Henry Cole 

r. Frederick Bagnell .... 

Henry Robson 

r. Bobert Nasmyth Irving 
George Henry Nerill* • 
George lioyd Stnddert . 
Benjamin Samuel Adams 
r. Thos. Edmund Miller 

Ensigns. 
Innes Colin Munro, a^f* 
r. Fred.Chas.D*B. Barclay 
r. James Fielding Sweeney 
r. Julias Henry Stirke • . 
John Lunan Wilkie .... 
Morley Caulfleld Sunders 
r. Jas. Delgaims Travers 
r. George Robertson .... 
William Henry Paul . . . 
Fran. Augustus FitsGerald 
George Gibson 
Paymaster. — Robert WU 



BN8ION. 



P 16 June 30 
4July 34 
P 23 Aug. 87 
P 7 Aug. 86 
P12 June40 
2 Dec. 86 
P18 Mar. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 
P 30 Apr. 42 

9 June 43 
27 Dec. 42 
16 Apr. 42 

1 May 42 

2 May 42 
P 12 May 43 
P 23 May 46 

1P26 Nov. 46 

26 Aug. 46 

16 Dec. 46 

Sept. 46 

20 Oct. 46 
P 27 Oct. 46 

2 Mar. 47 
19 Feb. 47 

4 April 47 
P31 Dee. 47 
P30Mar. 40 

10 Apr. 49 
P27 Apr. 49 

21 Aug. 49 
18 Sept. 49 
23 Nov. 49 

P 17 May 60 
8 Oct. 60 
P 17 June 61 
P 14 May 62 
P21 Sept. 62 



LIBUT. 






19 May 37 
P 26 May 38 

16 Oct. 40 
P 26 July 37 
P13Mi^ 42 

1 Dec. 40 
P 17 Feb. 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 18 Aug. 43 
P 27 June 46 
P 14 Apr. 46 

6 Jan. 46 

6 Jan. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

P21 July 46 

Pll Dec. 46 

P31 Dec 47 

P 22 Oct. 47 

P23June48 

22 July 49 

8 Aug. 49 

P 2 Apr. 60 

24 June 60 

30 Nov. 49 

P 7 Mar. 61 

P 17 Aug. 62 

13 Oct. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



29 Apr. 42 

p 13 May 42 

P 18 Aug. 43 

2 Nov. 43 

P 28 June 48 

20 Dec. 46 
P30Mar. 49 
P 2 Apr. 60 

23 Jttoe 60 
P 11 Apr. 61 
P20 Feb. 62 

18 Get. 62 



4 Ueut. NsTffl wtmi with th« 
SMh thioagliomt the Pai^}«hb out- 
fufn of 1B4S'» (Madal). teclii4iaf 
the pMuge of tkt Chenab, um 
battlMorcUIUttiwftlhai (iPBaii4e4) 



BBBV-MAJ. 



6 Doctor Maekty wtmA wlih 
Ike Vih in the eaaipalfa on the 
SniltJ ( Modal) In I84fr4. laeliuUof 
tb« liMtloo of Moodkoo tad r«. 
roioshah. 



I 



[28Dec.l8; Capt. 11 Sept 4a 



24 Dec. 62 
Ington KyfBn, 17 Sept."41 ; Ent. 14 llay 12; *Lieut. 
Aitfutant$.^r. Lieut. Edward Foster, 14 April, 46. 
Ens. Innes C. Munro, 27 Feb. 62. 

Quarter-MasterB. — John Cowell, 20 Oct. 43. 
r. Alexander Nesbitt, 1 1 Dec 46. 

Surgeons.— r. William Dick, MD. 7 Aug. 46; Astitt.*9urff. 13 May 86. 
Wm. Duncan, 1 Dec. 48 ; Ateitt-Surg. 6 Nor. 39. 

Assittant'Surgeont.—r. John Small, 30 Dec. 46. 
Peter Maokey,' M.D. 80 July, 44. 

I Fhcinge Y^ow-^Agentt, Cox & Co.— JWt* Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., 
[Ist Batt ret. from Mauritius, 1 March 1848.] [Armit, le Co. 

I U*iit.*<!eB0ral Htrv-OlmrfM itrrad flw followioff eamptlffnt: In EfTpt undsr Sir Ralph Abcrcromb/, 
in Hnorer under Lord CatbCMrt, tnd in Spain nnder Sir John lfoor«, Including th« rotrsat lo Corunaa. 
Wu on th% Staff of Sir T. Oraham In tue Walcheren ezpadJtion, and AMUtaal-A<Uutan»>0«iieral of a 
Dlf ition In th« Duke of WelUngton't army in the Peninsula. He hae reeaived the gold Medal and one elaip 
A>r NlTeUe and Nlf e } and the tilTer war Medal with nine (daepe for Bfeyvl. Ooniana. Bneaoa BarroM. 



164 13<A, or Prince Alberft Regt.o/Lighi Infantry. nx'i^aSS^*, 



i 



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60 



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27 
23 



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22 
21 
18 
16 
17 
16 
11 
11 

16 

13 

10 

10 

8 

9 

8 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 
6 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 

II 

13 

6 

12 

2 

6 



Half 
Pa7. 














































A Mural Cnmm, rapenertbed - JELLALABAD," **CABOOL, ld«t.'' 

Coitmei. 
9 m Sir William Maynard Gomin,' KCB. Bm. 24 May, 94 ; JJmU. 

Not. 94; Capt,^ Jvaae^im ; Mq^ar, 10 Oct. II ; JU^itf.- C0I. 17 Au^. IS; 

leMay^ 29; Mt^-Gen. 10 Jan. 37;X/.-670ti. 9Not.46; Co/. 13th, 10 Mar. 4< 
Xifii^.-CMcmW.— Cbarie8Stiiait,.SR«. PSODec. 26; X^. P 31 Dee. 28 ; jUgni, 

Capt, P16 July, 32; Capt. & Lieut.^Col. 16 April, 46. 
Af^'or#.-— Alex. Essex F. Holcombe,*.fiiu. p3 Dec. 30; XtfttM2 Sept 34; Cmpi. 

22 July, 42 ; M^far, p 9 Aug. 60^ 
Rollo Oilletpie Banlem/ Ens, 13 April 32 ; Lieut, p 27 Mar. 36 ; Ca^.20 Dee. 

42; Jlf^*or,P8 Nov. 60. 



Captains. 
Peter BedmondJeDningB* 

George King* 

John Stewart Wood,* «. 
Hon, S. J. W. Forester* 

George Mein^ 

John William Cox" .... 

GeoigeWade* 

Warren Anchmnty' .... 
Geoige Henry Tyler .... 
Charles Rowley PUtt, . . 

LlBUTBKAKTS. 

Fred. Van Stranbenzee,'* 
G. FiU Gerald King, a4f. 

Melrille Browne 

Henry Hogge •*••••••• 

John Bnsby 

James Nicol 

Edward Lynch 

Hugh Manr. Jones, d. a4f. 

Robert Peel 

William Henry Kerr .. 
Rt.B. Montgomery /l.;»fi. 

BirsiOKS. 
Wilson Henry Jones .... 

Edward Boyd 

BobertGosUng 

Arthur Bainbrigge, 9. . . 
John Augustus Fuller . . 
William Henry Shafto .. 
Charlca Poore Long .... 
Noel K. Bryan Vardon . . 
8tan.L.DoiiglaslWiIlan. . 
JohnAngcrstefai Rowley . . 



BKSIGR. 



P 6 Aug. 28 
13 April 31 
12 April 31 

P 28 Dec. 32 
19 June 36 

26 June 38 

27 May 36 
P 16 Feb. 38 

23 July 42 
P80 8ept.42 

P 17 Aug. 38 
P 3 Not. 40 

24 Feb. 43 
P22Dec. 43 
P 3 Oct. 46 

24 May 44 
P30 May 46 
P 22 Apr. 46 
P 21 July 46 
P 31 July 46 
P24 8epL47 

P 28 Apr. 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P 12 April 60 
P 14 June 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P 21 Not. 61 
P 12 Dee. 61 
P 16 Oct. 62 



LIBUT. I CAPTAIN. IBKBT.-MAJ. 



P22 Jnne32 

P 16 Jan. 36 

P 21 Aug. 36 

Apr. 38 

21 AprU39 

22 Apr. 40 
6 8q>t.39 

26 Aug. 40 

14 Apr. 46 

26 July 44 



13 Jan. 42 
2 Aug. 42 

30 June 43 

23 May 46 
P 3 Not. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 

16 July 49 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P 8 Not. 60 
P 17 Oct 61 

4 Cftptila 
r am In PotMtcr 



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Dw. IMU nth 
Hid Itt April. IS4S. 
MUdtftMoT Akter 
JcltotolMd (bHaIX 
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ii 



80 Apr. 41 

14 Oct. 42 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 24 Oct. 47 
P 28 Apr. 48 

16 July 49 
P 9 Aug. 60 
P 8 Not. 60 
P 94 Jan. 61 
P 12 Oct. 62 

MiteB •TTmpm.' 

CbvCPovmIr 

Ifl^hbjr OoOM fai IMit », Ml «S. «rt at ' 

19 PsTinastar Mottoo Mirsd te 
esMMlffn or lMB-« oa tks taim, taehidlac 
ih« battlM of MoodkM, FteMMlMk, mmi Bo. 
brson : M cdsl sod two Clasps. 




P 23 Not. 62 

Paynuif^er.— Edwin Morton," 16 Auc. 60 ; Em, P29 Apr. 42 ; Lt. 14 Tth. 44. 

A^fuiani.'^Lieut. Gerald FIU Gerald King, 16 July 49. 

Quarter^Master, — Duncan Cameron M'Naughten, 16 Aug. 48. 

Sttrgeon, — Richard Robert Dowse, 4 April 61 ; Asiist.'Surg, 16 Jan. 41. 

Asiittani'Stirg0afU,''Chw\e» William Woodn>flb,21 March 61. 

Frederick Clarke, 27 Oct. 48. 
Facing Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox dc Co. 
1 sir WIUisiB Oomm forroi in tbe ozpcdltlon to tb« Held«r, in I7M, Inelodlnc tho scttoa of the Mh 
(opt. at Bonfon. Sxpcditloo oa tho coaat of Fraoco and Spain, undor Sir Jamoa Palionor* la IMO. £1- 
pcdIdOB to HanoTor, in 1806; and that to Slraltand and Coponhafco, In 1807. Oaaipaifn of 11 — 
ciodlnc tiM bottles of Roloia, Tlmlera, aad Corunoa. Hi padltkm to Walcborta, and tiaiBa of Fl 
1800. Proeaadsd again to tho PoolnMila* In 18IS, wbora he lorvod dnrlnK tb« raanlndor of iho 
prindpal part of tfeo tlaao at an AMlttant-Qnnrtor*liaaUr.Ovnotml, Indodlnf tho bottles of Bnaaeo'ani 
FWntaa d^Onor. ananlt aad oaptitto of Bods^ bnttio of Bolamanffa ; action at VlUn M ntM, baltit ol 
Vittoite, tlsfo of Ban Ba^astlsn, and bottlo of Iho NlTe. Somd also ths easapalgn of IM, laeludlnc tlio 
b«ttlo of WmtoHoo. Sir Wllllaai has roeolTOd ihs gold eroaa and ono clasp for Wadn|os, Ba 
▼tttoria, 81. Oibsitiss, and NIts ; and tho iUvor War Medal with fU clatpa Ibf BoMa, Tlaktn, 
BuiMO, FMntsi d'Onor, and Klvollo. 

a Mill niiliiiMni " ^'^ "" '*^ ' " Imt tW n^lmi the mm§»lm la A%hanliii fnm II 

___j ijifti iiiir f-"— '"'*'"-' '^i rTTTS -'•^- "T" pms m la* i«b Aftfl is«. «hi 

or ttv inwf oa Uw ttiS«Si ^f *• •nay. «■! n i.ap<ai> < i mwIS iiaWi 

Olriiak.adw« pwwat rt Iha <ena — d ii fM i of O fca iw (— daiX I l — S M f Oi n af Ihttwm — S toti of 

d«mh» and took vtih tvooanpaota* of tto ISiS tho ftottt on iho loA of Iho mtmfB poililon t Mom oT il 

•CUroT Tfeaoon. tavtaw tho J^iaUwfc Pms (Kvcfvly i ni iiiiii « X m SdiU— of iho to««f ManMO K 
rilUliNt Ml ooffttoooo «ht l«h Not. aad lot Dm. ISti, lllh Mar. SMh Mtf. naS lot April. ISIS i 

S M^lor Ba i t l oM ■owaS tho m ai i iliBi of ISSS. ». — S ts la Al ^ haal rt o a . wm Iho tSih. aad wao ptooHiiai 
«U oaoMto or OtauBoo (MSaib MMMll aad oaoMto of Ih 






"i?Lta«fcr] 14^/* ( The Buchin^hamshite) Regt of Foot 



165 
















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38 

32 

28 



27 
32 
28 
22 
19 
11 
11 
11 
9 
8 

14 
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7 
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12 



P.J. 



On the Bmr-ikinOaptof thaOreoftdlenand Dramniart,tha Whit§ Bortg, "Sto tuptta UrrenU**'^ 
" TOURNAY*'— "CORUNNA"— *' JAVA"—" WATERLOO"—** BHURTPORB." Th« Ronal 

Ti^er, ■upencribe<l"INDU." 

ColoneL 
Sir James Watson/ KCB., Ens, 24 June, 1783; Lieut. 18 April, 92 ; Capt. 11 

Mar. 95; Mqjor, 3 Dec. 02; Lieut,'Col 15 May, 06; Col, 4 June, 14; 

Mqj'Qen, 19 July, 21; Lieut.-Gen, 10 Jan. 37; Om. 11 Nov. 61; Col, 14th 

Regt. 24 May, 37. 
LieuL-ColoneL^Mwnce Barlow, JEns, p21 July, 14; Lieut. 23 March, 15; 

Capt. P 20 Dec. 21 ; Me{jor, p 12 June, 28; Brevet-Lieut. -Col. 23 Not. 41 ; 

Lieut.'Col. 24 Dec. 47. 
3fq/or*.— James Watson,' Eru. 22 Mar. 21; Lieut. P25 Dec. 22; Capt. Pl4 

Dec. 32; Major, p 10 Jan. 40; Brevet Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
Thomas Holmes Tidy,' Ens. 14 April 25 ; Lieut, p 28 Sept. 26 ; Capt. p2 Oct. 35 ; 

Brep.'Mq)or, 9 Nov. 46; Mqjor, 15 Feb. 50. ^^ 



A 









































ii 





Captains. 

John Watson 

Sir Jas. £. Alexander,^ s. 

Ralph Budd 

John Dwyer 

William Douglas 

William Cosmo Trevor . . 
Frederick Hammersley.. 
Robert Macdonald .... 
Charles Cecil Newman . . 
Henry Townsend 

LZBUTBNANTB. 

David Tho. Armstrong . . 
John M'CullochOToole* 
William Hanbury Hawley 
JuliusChethamS trodc^a£(; 

Thomas Segrave 

Charles Edward Qrogan 

John Barlow 

Frederick Smythe 

William Hey wood 

William Banger Bower . . 

Falconer Wilson 

Edwin Grove Helyar . . . . 
Chidley Samuel Cooto . . 

Ensigns. 
Charles Monck Wilson . . 
Dawson Stockley Warren 

Qage Hall Dw}*er 

H. H. A'Court Inglefleld 
Richard Hussey Vivian. . 
Thomas Prlttie Cosby .. 
Walter Frederick Blunt 



BNSIGN. 



20 July 26 
P?OJan. 25 

10 Mar. 25 
P 19 July 31 
P 23 May 34 

11 Mar. 42 
1 July 42 

20 May 42 
26 July 44 
30 Dec. 45 

22 Nov. 39 

21 June 39 
p 10 July 46 

17 Dec. 47 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 16 Apr. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 
p 15 Mar. 50 
Pl5Mar. 50 

22 Nov. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
Pl4Mar. 51 

P 17 June 51 
P 19 Dec. 51 
P19 Aug. 51 
P 12 Mar. 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 23 Nov. 52 
p 24 Not. 52 
3 Dec. 62 



LIECT. 



P 17 May 27 
p26 Nov. 26 



p 16 Mar. 

21 Nov. 

1 Aug. 

22 Jan. 
P21 Apr. 

20 June 

2 Oct. 
24 Dec. 



26 
34 
38 
46 
46 
46 
46 
47 



P 28 Jan. 42 
P24 June 42 
15 Feb. 50 
20 Dec. 48 
P29 Nov. 60 
P28 Apr. 48 
P23 May 61 
P 19 Dec. 61 
p 16 Jan. 52 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 16 July 62 
P 12 Oct. 52 
P 22 Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



Pll Aug. 37 

p 18 June 30 

1 June 41 

22 Jan. 46 

18 Sept. 46 

P29 Nov. 50 

P 25 Apr. 51 

P 16 July 52 

P 12 Oct. 62 

P 22 Oct. 52 



BRBV.-MAJ. 

1 I.Nov. 51 
9 N w. 40 



S Major Tidy wrrad at ih« itcf* 
and enpCara of I" 



Bhartporc. 
A Liattt. O'TonlttMrvBd wltlith* 
49lh on th« Chin* cEpadltion, «nd 
was prcaent a( tha atteek and cap- 
tore of Amojr. Uiasacood capture of 
Chusan, attack and eaptara of Cb i n- 
hae, occupation of Ninippo and re* 
pulse of tba nisht atuek, attack 
and eaptnra ot Seicoan, ChaiMO, 
Wootunc , and Chin Kian^ J'oo, 
and tha aemooatratien b«for« Nan* 
kin. 

4 Sir James Alaxaader lerred in 
the Madras Llf htCavalfy waviona 
to beinf tranafcrrad to H. M. Dra- 
gnona. Waa preatut with armiea in the Add darior 
the late Burman, Persian, Tarkish, Portuguese, and 
Caffre wars; and waa on tha |ierBonal staff of Sir 
Bn^aioin D'Urban in South Africa ft North America. 
Has received a Persian Order; alao tha War Medal 
with one daap for Ava. 

6 Quarter- Maater Goddard was at Watar- 
loo, 18(h June, and itorminj^ of Cambray, Sdth 
June, 1816. Present at the siege of Uuttraaa. 
Served the campaign of 1817 and 18, In tba 
Oeccan. Present at the liege and ttonnfog 
of Bhurtpore, 18M. 

Ens. P 26 April, 39 ; Lieut. 23 



Reginald Henry Graham 

Payma#/er.— John Peter Hall, 11 April, 51; 

April, 41 ; Capt. 15 Feb. 60. 
Aclifutant. — Lieut. Julius Chetham Strode/ 16 July 62. 
Quarter-Master. — ^BS&i Samuel Goddard,* 20 March, 23. 
Surgeon.— Wm. Wallace, M.D.,2 July, 41 ; A.S. 8 Mar. 27 ; H.A. 17 Aug. 26 
Assist.-Surg.^-John ElUott Carte, M.D. 31 Dec. 41. 

Facings Buff^^^Agents, Messrs. Downes k Son. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. 

.Borough, Bt., Armit, Sc Co. 
[Returned from Nova Scotia, 28 June 1847.] 
1 Sir James Wataon sorred with the 14th Regt. on the Continent under the Duke of York in 1703 and 94 ; 
at the reduction of tiie islands of St. Lucie and Trinidad in 1706 and 97. Commanded the 14th regiment at 
the capture of the Islea of France and Java, iBcludlng the assault and capture of Pjocjocarta ; commanded 
the expedition that captured the piratical state of Sambas in Borneo in 1818; at the coptura of the foit 
of Hattras, and in the Pindarrce and Mahratta wart; actltely assisted at the reduction of tho fortreas of Oho- 
mone Mandela (wheie he led the storming party), Ourra Kotah, and Asseerghur. Medal for Java. 
S LL-Col. WatsoD tarred at the aiege and storming of Bhurtpore 



6 Captains Jennings and Wade tenred with the 13th throughout the campaigns in Affghanistan from 1898 

to 1848 inclusire, and wFre present at the ttorm and capture of Ghuxnie (medal), assault and capture of 

the town and fortt of Tootumdurrah, ttorm of Jhoolghur, night attack at Baboo Kooth Ohur, destruction 

of Khardurrah, assault of Perwandurrah, storming of the Khoord Cabool Past, aflhir of Teseen, forcing 

^ . ^ ^ ^ M the Jugdulluck Pats, reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jellalabad and sorties on the 

1 S'cb.-SSS 14th Not. and ItC Dec. 1841, 11th Uarch,24th March, and Itt Anril. 1842: eeneral acUon and defeat of 



S*^^ 






166 16th {TheYorksUreEoitRiding) Regt. ofF. ["^ijSS.fSlT.afiS: "*** 



" MARTIMIQ0B»-J" OUADALOUPB." 



Yemre' bcrv, 



60 



FuU 
P.7. 



S9 

27 
SO 



28 
23 
22 
20 
17 
18 
10 
15 
U 
12 

U 

12 

19 

11 

10 

8 

6 

6 

6 

6 

9 

8 

7 

3 
3 
8 
9 
9 
9 
9 
1 

9 

12 

16 

14 

8 

8 



Hair 























A 
























% 







Colcnel, 
9 Sir Howard Douglas/ Bt, GCB. OCMO. 2juI lAmU. X Jan. 04 ; XtMtf. 80 May 
04 ; Capt. 2 Oct. 00 ; Mt^» 12 Oct. 04 ; Lt.^Col. 81 Dee. 06 ; CoL 4 Jane 14 ; 
Major-Gen, 10 July 21 ; Lt-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Oen. 11 Nor. 61 ; Col. 16th 
Foot, 6 Oct. 61. 

Lietii.-CoUnuL 
Thomaa Armstrong Drought,* Sns. 11 Nov. 13; LUvi. p 16 Oct 17 ; Capt, v 10 
Oct. 22 ; Mqjor, Pdl Dec. 30 ; Lieut.-CoL p 21 March 46. 

Mqjors, 
George Finder, Ens, p 24 Aug. 26; Xieti/.Pdl Dec. 30; Capt. P210ct.36; 

Jfq/or,P 24 May, 44. 
Robert Alexander Cuthbert, Ens, p 26 Sept. 23 ; JAeut. p 7 July 26 ; Capt. p 28 
May 20; Afq;or,P21 March 46. 



Captains. 

J.ltBmnker, u.UkmgM%. 

John A. Cole 

John Hope Whigfield . . 

Henry Grierson* 

Hon. Francis Colbome . . 

William Fulton 

James Allix Wilkinson . . 
.Algernon Robinson Sewell 
W*in. Caimes Armstrong 
Charles Graves • . • 

LlEUTBKANTa. 

C. T. de MontenachyiLpm. 
WilliamWestTumer/a<^'. 
Johnson Wilkinson* • . « . 
William Drake Hague . . 
C.Wm.ClaytonEast*<f.a4r 
AogostusFred.Warburton 

James Walmsley 

Andrew John Cowper . • 
Francis Powell Hopkins 
Rich. Milbank Tllghman 
Robert Wynne Price. . . . 
George FM. Christie • • 
Henry Geo. Aug. Powell* 

Bhsions. 
Rich. Roxborough Moore 
Charles J. Watson Allen 
George Edward Hunter. . 
Frederick Edward Lock 
William Middleton Moore 
P. A. Anstmther Twynam 
H. Tennent Jameson .... 
Joseph Edward Mortimer 



SlfSION. 



April 26 
14 Jan. 30 
P 17 May 81 
P Aug. 33 
P 1 Oct. 36 
P 10 Apr. 36 
10 Mar. 37 
P 16 Feb. 38 
P 6 Dec. 30 
P 6 Mar. 41 

Pl3July 30 
10 Feb. 41 
P 4 Aug. 40 
P 6 May 42 
P 23 June 43 
P 13 June 46 
p 31 Mar. 48 
P18 Aug. 48 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 20 Dec. 48 
p 16 Feb. 60 
p 16 Mar. 60 
23 Jan. 46 

P17May 60 
P 14 June 60 
P 12 July 60 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
26 Dec. 61 
P 17 Aug. 62 



LIBUT. 



Sept. 28 
26 May 33 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 18 Jan. 30 
P 11 Oct. 30 
P 4 Aug. 40 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P 1 July 42 
10 Aug. 42 

P29 Sept. 43 
P27 Dec. 42 
P2i May 44 
P 13 June 46 
P 6 Nov. 46 
P 20 Dec. 48 
P 8 Feb. 60 
P 12 Apr. 60 
P24 May 60 
P28 Jane60 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 16 July 62 
97 July 40 



CAPTAIN. 



BBBy.-MAJ« 



ONOT. 46 

11 Not. 61 
11 Nov. 61 



P14 8epta2 
P 14 Dec. 88 
P 18 Jan. 30 
p 6 May 42 
P94 May 44 
P 19 Apr. 44 
P 8 Mar. 60 
P28Jane60 
P 23 Feb. 40 
2 Aug. 60 



4 Lt«al. Tumsr Mrrsd with 
tiM Mlh In China (llwIalX ui4 
WM preteat at th« dafeae* of 
fitngpo, action of Tfecka, attach 
and capcnra of Chapoo, Bhanf- 
bat, Woovung, and Chla Klang 
Poo. 

5 Llaut. Powen Mirtd at an 
Enilf n Id tha Ineorporalad 
MUltia of Canada for algbt 
jmxt. Til. from the UL Jan. 
1838 iintU the 89rd Jan. IMO. 



Paynuuf «r.^Christopher8ayers, 17 Aiig.62; JSrw.6Jan.44; LUut. PdOet«48. 
A^utamt.'^Liieut. William West Turner, 96 Ang. 60. 
Quarter^Master. — Robert Imray, 8 June, 38. 
Svrgeon. — ^Thomas Rose Dyce, 8 Aug. 40 ; AttUt.'-Surg. 7 June 30. 
iiiffiff.-^Krp«0iw.— James Alexander WIshart, M.D., Dec. 46. 

Jones Lamprayi M.B.,8 Oct. 60. 

Faemgt Yellow. — Agent y Oeoi^ Samuel Collyer, Esq. 



1 8kr Howard Dovflat terrad to Portagal and Spate la iSOt and 0, sad was praant at tha battla of 
Ooninaa. Bcrrcd aftarwardt at Walchcraa, Indudlnf tha itefn and bonbardaiant of Fiathlag. Rtliinad 
to Uia Ptntasala In ISII, and eoutlnaad thara darinc that yaar and to tha end of tha caaipaica of Ult. 
haTlng tn that Una bean anployad on a tpaaial aUnioa astawdtef throoghoat Mm north of Bpain, and waa 
prawnt at tha operationt on tha Orblgo and EMlar« and In tha aomMnad naval and mtlUarf opriatioaa aa 
tba north coatt of Spain tn tha aarly part of ISIS, tha attack and raductioa of Laqoatio, and ahivwafd* at 
tha tiafa of Aitorfa; ^^ oparation* on tba Donro, Incladlna tha blockada of Zaaona, tha aHSfeh aad 
ttdacUoB of tlie raamy't Ports on tha Donro, and tha siaf* of Bnrgoa. 8lr Howard haa racaivad tha War 
MaJal and ona c1a«p for Comnna. 

1 UMt.^«laavl Di««(M ii— nilii iba callit af tb« iraep* daring tba mw*tmiMk 9t lb* aabtlUoa la tba Kairflaa 
>iaila ta> ta CVjrIaa la t««l. 

t CapL Oriartoa, Ltaala. Wftklnton and East, sarrad with a datachmaat eooalattaff of SOO of Iha Uih 

mmt. mmA ftevlAM UAm. »nAm* rVttt. TJIlte. la A»tmmtiwt» *K« Im»m«»«. .* «l«*..i^ .^ .k. as.*, t^i^ %»*» 



"" "S^JSJiS g^'] l6th{TluBedfardthire)Regt.ofFoot. [^V^^^ 



Yesn'Berr. 



68 



Full 



P»7. 



38 

24 



S6 



27 
27 
21 
27 
14 
13 
11 
17 
10 
9 



14 

13 

13 

11 

7 

8 

8 

8 

9 

7 

6 

4 

3 

8 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

29 
8 
6 

18 
6 

4 






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9 Wm. Carr, Viieouni Beraiford,! OCB. GCH. Ent. 97 Aug. 1786 ; XInrf. 98 
Joney 88 ; Capt, 94 Jan. 91 ; Mqjcr^ 1 March, 94 ; Ui¥i,*Col, 11 Ang. 04: 
Col. 1 Jan. OOj Mqfor-Om. 96 April, 08; Lkui,'Ofn. 1 Jan. 19: Chn. 97 
May, 96 : Cid. 16 Begt. 16 March, 28. 

Lieut,^CoUmih 

Bobert Lnzmoore, JEhu, 1 Jane, 90; Litut, 11 June 94; Capt, '81 Aug. 80 1 
Mqjar, P 18 April, 46 ; Lieut.-CoL 9 10 March, 48. 

Mqfart,^Wm. Cockell,* Sni. 26 Dec. 29; X/. p 28 Jane 96; Capt. P99 Aug. 
26; fir«v.-3fq/.,23Noy.41; 3f«[/.,P17 Jf Off, i3 ; Brev.Lt.-CoLU Not. 61. 

Henry Coplnger, Sru, 28 Apr. 26; Lieut, 6 Mar. 28; Capt. 8 July 49 ; 
Affj/or, P26Dec. 61. 



Captains. 

Alexander Monro 

JohnWillettPayneAndaln 

John Henderson 

Francis Lucas' 

Chas. Lorenzo dc Winton 
Charles Armstrong .... 
Qeoige John Peacocke . . 

George Staddert 

L. Stanhope BIch. Lorell 
G. Dela Poer Bereaford,«« 



EKSIOir. 



6 Oct. 16 
14 Dec. 96 
P20Jan. 82 
P 1 Oct. 96 
P 16 Feb. 39 
P 96 Apr. 40 

8 July 49 

P 3 June 36 

99 Dec. 43 

P 19 AprU 44 



LISUT. 



P 96 Oct. 89 

P 8 May 40 

80 Dec. 40 

10 Apr. 49 

P 1 May 46 

P 9 May 46 

P 24 Oct. 46 

P31 Oct. 46 

26 June 44 

P 3 Nov. 46 

P 20 July 47 

P 2 Nov. 49 

P 12 Apr. 60 

p 17 Sept. 60 
P21 Not. 61 
p 23 Jan. 62 
? 16 Apr. 62 

16 July 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P21 Sept. 62 

23 Nov. 62 



96 Apr. 28 
9 Oct. 98 

28 Not. 34 

94 Oct. 27 
2 July 41 

19 Ang. 49 
P 24 Oct. 46 
P 19 July 89 
P 3 Not. 46 
p 9 Mar. 47 



97 May 49 

P 26 Aug. 48 

P 10 Not. 48 

8 July 46 

P 20 Oct. 48 

20 Ang. 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
P 2 Not. 49 

91 AprU 46 
P 10 Sept. 60 
P 96 Dec. 61 
p 18 June 69 
P 14 Sept. 69 



OAPTAIir. 



1 July 41 
97 May 49 
PlONoT. 48 
19 Not. 44 
P 10 Mar. 48 
P 9 Not. 49 
P91 Jane 60 
P 8Aag.49 
P96 Dec. 61 
P 14 Sept. 69 



BKBT.-MAJ. 



S Oaptsta LoM^ wUli tke 
tffectlTe in«n of tM wlnf Ot 
th« Oth Rtfft. itcftlOD^d at 
Aden, foHMd part of an «SFS- 

dlUOB of MM) OMn UBdOff tiM 

command of Lloial-Col. Poa- 
DTculck, which deitrojr«4 tht 
Arab posts of ihotk Modi and 
flhslk Otfemsn, and tUrailshed 
bttwttn thoio plaoss on IIm 
aihOot. 1641. 



LlETTTBNAlfTS. 

John O. Chichester . . 
Geo. Fred. Macdonald 
Hy. A if* Macdonald,(f.pjii. 
Thomas C. Higginson . 
James William Bostock* 
Charles Coote Grant . . . 
William Armstrong .... 
Thomas Casey Lyons, a^, 
Wm. Charles Bancroft, s, 

John Parker 

Cook Sibbs Flower, (f. a4f, 
Francis Betallack .... 
Archibald Philip Douglas 

Ensioxs. 
John King Bendall • • • • 
John Watkins Freenum. . 
Thomas Coote Grant .... 

James DaTis 

John Cooper 

Graves C. Swan Lombard 

James Constable 

William Henry Bainifordl 

Payimwfer.— Wm. Alphonso Kirk, 22 Not. 44 j ^wi. 80 Dec. 31 j Lt. 8 Feb. 84. 
A4jiUant,^Lieut, Thomas Casey Lyons, 16 Jan. 69. 
Qi«irt«r-JlfMf«r.^-JohnBanyard,3March,48. «A«^*.«it 

Suraeon^-^ohn Drope M'lllree, 8 Dec 46 ; Ai9tit.'Surg.J0M. 36. 
Auittant'8urg€imi.--nmTj Fowle Smith, M J). 23 March 47. 

Henry Martyn Frascr, M.D. 11 Sept. 49. 



• Uevt. Bottoek MTftd u aedif — 
Brindkr CMspbdl eomaiflBdlBff tht 
Brind* «f th* Afnr of Jh« SmM), — * ' 
th«lMttltof SokiMn (MtlAl). 



at 



Fadngs Yellow— Ayeirf, Sir John Kirkland. 



1 Lord Bonsford has notiTcd ib« gold Crots snd mtw Clupt ^r Corunna» 5"SSi/.*l2rS5^^ 
fS^iuSM^iS!!f^^f wo«ndtd), ViltorV PyrtoMS, SWoIlo, Klfo. Ofthst and Toulows , sad Oo BUtsi 

^•'Lt^.'cSSar ;Slrii^t'Sr^^^ of Bho-tpo^ -ad.r Loid Co.a,.««. 

67 «« 



Year*' Stfrv. 



61 



168 17M ( TheLeicesterihire)Regt.ofFoot. ["??5.wto.'* 

The Xo^al Tiger, iiipeneribed "HINDOOBTAN"— '*AFF0HAMI8TAM'*^*«0BUZNBE'*— "KUBLAr' 

ColoneU 

9 WL Sir Peregrine Maitland,' GOB. Bnt. 85 Jane, 1792; LUut» ic Capi, 

dO AprU, 94 ; Capt, Sc Litui.'CoU 25 June, 1809; Col, 1 Jan. 12 ; Mqf.-Oen. 

4 June, 14 ; Lt.-Gen, 22 July 30; Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Col. 17th Regt. 2 Jan. 43. 

Lieut.'Colonel.'-^ PhiUp M*Pherson, CB.* JSns. 2 Nov. 00; Lt. 13 June, 11 ; 

]2 Capt, 13 Mar. 27 ; Brev.-MtO- 23 Xo?. 41 ; Brev.^LU'Col. 4 July, 43; M<^, 

1 Aug. 44; Lt.-Col. 3 Dec. 52. 

Mqjort.-^Anhwt Lowry Cole, Ens. p 22 Aug. 34 ; Lieut, p 20 Not. 38 ; Cajft, 

P7 Sept. 41 ; Afqjor, p 14 June 50. 
Oliver Paget Bourke,^ £itf. Pll Dec. 35; Lieut, v 27 Oct. 37; Capt, 7 Not. 
44 ; Afqfor, 3 Dec. 62^^ 



Full 
Pay. 



32 

18 



18 



17 
16 
16 
15 
14 
14 
14 

7 


13 

7 
5 
5 
5 

4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2- 

1 

1 

20 

5 

12 

26 

1 



UKir 

Pay. 





































21 ft 







Captaiks. 
Thos. Ormsby Ruttledge * 

John L. Croker^ 

Edward Croker^ 

William Gordon 

Alexander M'Kinstry • . 
Rich. John Ross O'Conor 

Johnson Bourne 

Archibald W . Dickson . . 
David LatoucheColthurst 
William A. Armstrong . . 

LiBUTBMANTS. 

Philip M*Pherson 

Fred. J. Sandys Lindesay 
Clem. H. J. Heigham,ii4;. 

George Tito Brice 

William Henry Earle. ... 
Richard Wm. Cradock . . 
Tlieod. Henry Brinckman 
William Parry WiUlams 
RJchardEdmundWilliams 
Frederick Henry MyUus 
Arthur Cotton Young . . 

Ralph Smyth 

James lawson ....«..• 

EN8IONB. 

Jas. Browne Horner Boyd 
Fred. Windham Lukln . . 

Cecil M'Phenon 

Michael Bradford 

Swinnerton HalUday Dyer 
Charles Thomas CaaUe . . 
Wm. DalrympleTompson 
Shadwell Henry Clerke 



ENSIGN. 



P 29 Apr. 36 
18 Mar. 37 
P27 Oct. 37 
P20Jiay 38 
P 22 Feb. 39 
P 12 Apr. 39 
P 11 Jan. 39 
P20 Mar. 46 
P20 July 47 
P 1 Not. 40 

27 Oct. 46 
P 10 Mar. 48 
P 10 Not. 48 

22 Dec. 48 
P 13 Apr. 49 
P 14 Pec. 49 
P 15 Dec. 49 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 16 Feb. 50 

11 July 45 
P 15 Feb. 50 
P22NOT. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 

P 22 Not. 50 
P 16 May 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P30 6ept.51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 18 July 51 
P 15 Oct. 52 
3 Dec. 52 



LIEUT. 



P 23 Apr. 38 
5 June 39 

21 Oct. 39 
P 3 Apr. 40 
P 25 Sept. 40 
1 Feb. 42 
P 19 Not. 41 
P29 Dec. 46 
P 10 Not. 48 

28 July 43 

P 10 Mar. 48 
p 2 Feb. 49 
P 16 Not. 49 
P 30 Not. 49 
p 25 Oct. 50 
P25 Apr. 51 
P 16 May 51 
P 8 July 51 
P 17 Oct, 51 
19 Dec. 51 
P 21 May 52 
P 7 Sept. 52 
3 Dec. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



BBST.-MAJ, 



9 Sept. 45 
P 5 Not. 47 
p 10 Mar. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 

21 Aug. 49 
P 30 Not. 49 

19 Dec 61 

P 21 May 52 

P 7 Sept. 52 

3 Doc. 52 

S LC.CoL M* 
for Um PmiaiaU ta U^ 1S09. m • 
roluatetr In tlw Atad, uid Mr*«d 
M MMh la ih« aAfasM up la Tala- 
▼tta aad cba ntrtal from Ifctaet^ 
to tod Nor. lltS, wkM ha waa 
pranalad ta aa Caslfaejr la tba 
4Sr4, firoai wkfch U«a ha $tr%mi 
with the Llfht Olvlilaa aattl tba 
cod ot thai war, la Itll, laclttdU« 
tho fWlowl^ hatUM. ilicc*, ac.« 
Ttc, Coa, 
aear and battle of 
bra, Aleaquer, 
Miranda do Carra, Pat 
Sabufal, Pueatet d*0Bar» 
Sotta. audad Bodriiak 
Mar. aad Ayr. IStl, OwrdleK 
, Pctlafv« Salanwaea, Nlvella. 
BayoBoe, Wwt, Tavhfft» 
fIruiUe and Toulouee. 
an the head la the twaehee at 
dejot hf the banltag of a 
Served a* ildr de nmp ta Sir 
Charle* Napier thramheat Iha 
operatiaot la Sdada^ laflartlnc tba 
baf tlee af Me ean e a and Bydimhad. 
Urhasrcoeivad IheWar Medal with 
eight elaspe fhr Baeaea, faiafti 
d*0Bar. Ciadad aadrlca* Bad^Jac, 
Salaoiaaea, NWelle. Nlea, a Tau. 



louae. 

Payyfuwf^.— 9 William Telford,* 20 Oct 48; Sns. 5 Dec. 11 ; Lt. 25 Aug. 13 ; 
A^/utant.—'Lieut. Clement Hy. John Heigbam, 6 July 52. [Capt. 2 April 41. 
Qtiarfer-Jifajfer.— John MnlhalV 17 Aug. 41. 

5iirp.— Robert Allan, 1 Not. 42 ; A.-Surg. 29 July, 30 ; ff.- Assist. 22 Not. 27. 
Assist, 'Stir ffeon.'-^Qwrge Pishey Thompson Hill, 5 Not. 52. 
Facings White.— ^^/*., Cox Sc Co.-^Irish Agts., Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit 
[Returned from Bombay 6 Aug. 1847.] [& Co. 



I sir PerffTlaa M alttand aerred frith the let Oaaidi la Plaaden, aad was preeenl la Mveral acUaoei alaa at 
17M. He wee eoiploycd la Bpaha la 180S-S. and was pececst la the aeUaas af Loga aad Caraaaa i he eerrti 
espedithm to the Scheldt la IMM. He eotaiaaaded a Brl«ade af Ouaide at the paMafC of the Niva and alaa at Ihe halilv 
of Waterloo. Sir Petegrtea hae received the gold Medal rar the NIto. aad the ellter War Medal with oaa elaep for 

4 Major Boorke, Captalaa Ruttlcdf e, J. L. Croker, B. Orofcer. aad Qvar«er«eaaitar MalhaU. eerved alib tha 
darlac the campaign la Afffhaaleten aad Behwchletaa, a«d wata ptvecnt at Che etona aad c^tare «r Ohaiaea. tS Jalr IS9. 
aad etorn aad captaiv of Khelat, IS Nee. lMlewii«. The eltedel of Ohaaaee wae aaeBvltrd by the 17th, led hy Uenc-Oel. 
Croher ; aad the Srrt Britlah etaadard, rla. tha a^taacBlal Coiaar of the 17lb Kaitenit. wae plaalad aa *e Ctoeael af 
Ohanee by CapC Joha L. Craher. 




War Medal with Art daapa te 



lYktMia, at. Sebauin, ianila,«aAkf« 



A7tkJmif, 
lSlS:hai«lat «r tha 
Bahaaiaeiieadth* 




111 ?«" 






1«9' 



iu 111 

^ Job * a-a 



gerf.l07a]i.18$^7.J **^* V — «y^ — / y -^ L . »« Burmeie. j 

On the three comers of the second Colour, the Lum of Nassau, " VirtutU Namur- 

eensU Prtemium." Tft« 5»«nx," EGYPT." «* CHINA," '* The Dragon.*' 
Colonel— ^9 Sir John Forster Fitzgerald,^ KCB. Sns. 29 Oct. 93 ; Lieut, 81 

Jan. 94 : Capt. 9 May, 94 ; M({jor, 25 Sept. 03 ; Lieut,'CoL 26 July, 10 ; 

CoL 12 Aug. 19; Mqjor-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 

18th Regt. 9 March, 60. Lteut.-ColoneU. 

Thomas Scott Reignolds,* CB. JSns, 23 June 26; Lieut. 26Apra28; Capt. 

P 26 April 31 ; Mai<yr, 30 July 43 ; Lieut.-Col. 80 March 44. 
Charles James Cootc, JEns. p 21 June, 31 ; Lieut, p 19 Dec. 84 ; Capt. P 14 April. 

37 ; Major, 3 Sept. 47 ; Lieut.-Coh p 10 Nov. 48. . ,, «« 

Affl/ar*.-Jolm Grattan," CB. Ens. p 8 July, 13 ; Lt. 4 Sept. 23 ; Capt. 4 Mar. 30 ; 

Brev.'Mqjor, 26 May, 41 ; Mqjar, 19 May, 42 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. If Aug. 46. 
Francis Wigston,* Ens. p 16 Mar. 26 ; Lieut, p 1 June, 32 ; Capt. p 18 Jan. 30 ; 

Br€ff.'Mqjar, 23 Dec. 42 ; M^jor, 7 Dec. 47. 














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22 
38 

27 






24 
20 
16 
26 
19 
19 
11 
12 
12 
11 

14 

14 

14 

13 

12 

12 

12 

11 

11 

12 

12 

10 

7 

6 

8 

6 

15 

6 

6 

7 

6 

5 

4 



3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 

39 

12 
2 

16 
8 
7 



Itf 































ft 























Captains. 

Clement A. Edwards' 
John Clark Kennedy* 
Geo. Fred. Stevenson Call' 
Archibald Neil Campbell 
William Tyrrell Bruce" 

John Joseph Wood 

Alexander Gillespie . . . ■ 

John Borrow '. . 

John Cormick' 

William Elford Adams . . 

LlEUTBNAIfTS. 

Anth.W.S.F. Armstrong" 
Isaac Henry Hewitt" . 
Wm. Peter Cockburn* . 
Charles Woodwrlght" . . 
Bdmond W . Sargent,**a/^\ 
Matthew Jones Hayman^ 
Henry AUsop Ward .... 
Frederick LiUle . . . s. . . . 
Wm. Henry Graves .... 
JosephGeorgeWilldnson*' 

George Swaby" 

Charles Frederick Kelly 

John Swinbum *• 

Henry James Stephenson 
Frederick Willington .... 
George Augustas Elliot. . 

Henry Piercey '* 

John Canavan 

Geo. L. W. D. Flamstead 

George Ellis 

Francis Eteson 

Thomas Robinson Gibbons 
Thomas Hardwick Smith 

Ensigns. 
Alexander Hope Graves 
George Wm. Stacpoole. . 
William James Hales . . 

Thomas Esmonde 

Geo. Henry Pocklington 
William O'Bryen Taylor 
Robert Hoey Jex Blake 
John William Meurant . . 



BNBION. 



LIEUT. 



11 June 29 
P 25 Oct. 33 
P 7 Apr. 37 

14 Aug. 28 
P 4 July 34 

19 Sept. 34 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P 16 Feb. 41 
P 27 Aug. 41 

20 May 42 

P21 June 39 
P 12 July 39 
p 21 June 39 
Pl3Mar. 40 

18 May 41 
P 14 July 41 

17 Aug. 41 

19 Aug. 42 
26 Nov. 42 

1 June 41 
P 16 April 41 

2 Apr. 43 
6 Apr. 46 

P28Sept.47 
P31 Dec. 45 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 9 Mar. 38 

16 Jan. 47 
P 28 April 4a 

13 Nov. 46 

P 6 Aug. 47 

p 6 May 48 

9 Feb.. 49 











P28NOV. 34 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 20 Sept. 39 
8 April 31 
P 16 Apr. 36 
23 Oct. 39 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 23 Feb. 44 
P 26 Oct. 42 

11 Apr. 44 

26 Jan. 41 

13 May 41 
20 June 41 

12 Sept. 41 
26 July 42 
20 Aug. 42 
24 Oct. 42 

14 Sept. 43 
2 Feb. 44 

26 July 44 

19 May 43 

P 6 Feb. 47 

13 Sept. 48 
3 April 49 

22 Dec. 48 
p 7 Mar. 61 

14 Nov. 89 
6 Aug. 61 

p 30 May 61 

29 Oct. 48 

9 July 62 

12 Oct. 62 

P 10 Dec. 62 



CAPTAIN. I BBBT.-MAJ. 

n Nov. 61 
7 June 49 



PldMar. 40 

P 3 Dec. 41 

P30 Dec. 42 

1 Nov. 42 

15 May 47 

7 Dec. 47 
P 2 Mar. 49 

1 Apr. 47 
P 12 July 60 

8 Apr. 49 



3 Li«vt.-Col.BrinoldMCiTed with 
the 4Vth on th« Chinii aspedition 
(Medal), and waa prcaant at tha 
atorsninff of tha haighta and forta 
above Canton, taking of Amoy, 
•ceond capture of Chiiaan,aton&tnfr 
of the foruficd heiyhte of Chiohae, 
takinir of Ninippo, attack and cap- 
ture of tha cneny'a entrenched camp 
on the heighU of Segoan (aevercljr 
wounded), eaptnra of Chapoo 
(wounded), Wooaung, and Chin 
Kiang Foo, and landing before 
NanUn. 

3 Lt.-Col. Orattan waa aetlTely em- 
ployed on the fronttera during the re- 
bellion in Canada in 1936. He aerrcd 
in China with the IBth (Medal), and 
waa preaent at tha aterming of the 
heighU abore Canton, and led the 
adTanee againat the enemy'a en- 
trenohed camp, for which he waa 
aeleeted bj Sir Hugh Gough aa the 
bearer of hla deapatehea, promoted 
to the rank of major, and appointed 
brigade major of Fort St. George by 
Lord Hill. Onhia return to China 
the AfoiiacaMar — in 
Lord Auekland'a dc- 



13 Dec. 60 
p 18 Apr. 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 
p22 Nov. 61 

5 Dec. 61 

14 S«pt.62 
23 Nov. 62 



bowd 

charge of 

ipatchca, the ahip haring caught 
11k during a gale of wind, he with 
a few otheia narrowly eacapcd the 
fata of fifty acTenaonla who perished 
npon that occaaion ; he fell into the 
handa of the Chineac, and waa de- 
tained 108 daya in eaptteitr \ after 
which he waa at the attack of Be- 
, .„j, •M-.n.nded the IBth (after the fall of Lt.- 

^»M ^'^M^SS. waa at Canton. Amoy. Chapoo, 
andAjnoy (Medal). 

/^J^.^ii^. Edmond wm. 8ar^nt,« 9 July 62. 
Qi«ir*er-3ffl#/«r.— Thomas Carney, 14 Oc*\f/- ,. Aorfi 38. 

5ur(^.-Jame. Stewart,' 6 Aug. 46 ; ^f«^-f I^^* "4^^""' "^ 
Ass^Surgs.-^oBev\i Hamilton Dwyer, A.B. 14 Nov. 46. 

^ William Kelman Chalmers^.D. ^^^""J'^' 

Facings Bltie.-^jrenf*, Me««.C^^^^ ^cewed the .01.1 e,o.. 

1 sir John J. Flt.r«W «««u«l*l a UgM h^tallo. and a brigade Inth. P«l««l..«dh. 
for Badalos. Salanaoea, Vittorta, and the Pyrenees. mi„««. gMoan. and Chin Klang Foo (Medal). He «»«- 

'• I? UaiJ: ISS^wa. at Canton. A»o,. ^^-^^"^^.^^^^S^Zi. wh-* the enemy tn fore, atuehjl that 

BMded the f utrd at the Wert Gate of Klogpo on the «f »«^ ?f^* ^^ j,^^,y «.lntata«l and the enemy repuliwl wUh 
J«rwhieh.notwtthrt«»dingth.oTerwhelmli.gdl.p.Tltyofnumb€ri.wa. braTey 

!• U. Saigcntwa* at Wopamig, Shanghaf.and Chin Klang Fo« \«wiai. u 



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Colonel* 
ChMto Turner/ Comet, 89 ApiflOS; Irinc/. 6 M«rch 96 ; Capt. 44 Noy.98; 

Mi^or, 9 April 07 j Lieyi.-Col. 4 June 13; Col. 89 July 30; Mqj.-Giu, 83 

KoT. 41 ; U.^Om. 11 Not. 51 ; CaZ. 19th Foot, 1 Sept. 49. 

Lieut.'CoUmtU 
Charles Cnafiud Hay, .Bpu. 87 June, 84 ; Usui. P84 Dec. 85 ; Copt, r 19 Sept. 

86 ; 3fi|/or, ' 16 June, 37 ; Lieui.-CoL 9 30 Aug. 48. 
ir4^#. —Henry Galley, jEm. P89 July 36; Limti, p8 Feb. 30; Capt. ^30 

Ang. 48; Mqjor^^l Ang. 46. 
Robert Sanders, .Gri#. f 86 May 37 ; JAeut. 86 Jan. 4 1 ; Capt. p 3 Feb. 43 ; If 4|;er, 

P6Aug. 47. 



Captains. 

Chas. H.PotUA«.liNoT.ftl 
Thomas Unett «• «• HHotW 
Henry Edward If 'Oee . . 

James Ker 

John LewisRkhard Booke 

Robert Warden 

Lawrence Shadwell ' • • • • 

John Hay Voore 

Bob. Oncsiphonis Bright 
Qodfhey Wm. Hugh Massy 

LXBUTBlfAllTS. 

George Bingham Jenings 
R.Barrett»W(Q.lf.aoOet.S5) 
Geo. Vamham Macdonald 

Fred. C. Ashworth 

Edward ChippindaU* . . 

Cecil Blvers 

HoghFrands Massy .... 

George LidwiU 

Maniioa Lynch Blake . . 
Oswald Aug. Grimston . . 
L. Douglas Hay Cnrrie . • 
Riehaid Doyle Banett . . 
Blebd. PiehUag Morrison 
EHSiova. 

OeoigeClay 

George Ridge Beadon .. 
Henry Turner Unlacke . . 

Ramsay Wardlaw 

Peter Godfrey 

Henry L. Weller Clarke 
Bdw. Robert Waid Bay ley 
Edward Lerett 



BKSIOK. 



I.TBUT. 



8 Feb. 16 
P 87 Sept 81 
P 4 Sept. 40 
P 30 Mar. 38 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 18 Oct. 41 
P 16 Apr. 41 
p 3 Feb. 43 
P 9 June 43 
P 84 Oct. 46 

P 81 July 43 
13 June 46 

13 Nov. 46 
P 8 April 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 80 May 48 
P 7 Aug. 47 
P 18 Feb. 48 
Pll Mar. 43 

83 June 48 
P 8 Feb. 49 

14 April 46 
P 19 Jan. 49 

P 18 Sept 49 
P 19 Oct 49 
P81 Dec. 49 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 16 Sept 61 
P81 Nov. 61 
P13 Feb. 68 
P 17 Aug. 68 



CAPTAIN. 



P31 Dec. 86 
P 6 July 86 
8 Aug. 46 

7 Aug. 46 

8 April 47 

6 Aug. 47 

7 Feb. 61 
P81 Nov. 61 
p 83 Jan. 68 
P81 May 68 



VAJom. 



88 June 38 
83 Not. 41 



P 13 }iw. 17 
P 88 July 84 
P 3 Feb. 43 
P 13 Oct 41 
P80Aug. 44 
P 4 April 46 
17 Mar. 43 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 8 April 47 
P 8 Feb. 49 

P 4April45 

14 Aug. 48 

P 18 Sept 49 

P 18 Oct 49 

P 9 Jan. 49 

89 Dec. 46 

9 July 60 

P 6 Dec 60 

P 14 July 43 

P8l Nov. 61 

P 83 Jan. 68 

9 April 48 

P 10 July 63 



4 U«at. Bsnvti Mnrcd in tbc KsudtaaTbrri- 
torlM, Oylon, during tk« whole of Iho Htbellioii 
of 1817 nnd IS, nad com m anded an Otttyoet 
dnrinf |Wft of the above period. 

•QuaHor-Mailer UendrjieiTed tteesw|mlg« 
of ISIO. and wu preeent al the tattleeoT Qnlfe 
Brae and Waterioo, and oaptwt of Paris. 



S Capt ShaiweH 
tSth oa t\m CUaa 
IStf (Meial). 
tlM atn 

Kiug Po^ aad at ili« in 
NaoHn. B« 
CMKp to airCoHa 
batOMof 
IMalandtw* 



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ITSttv Dar. 



PMiMirer.-^Andrew Clendinlng, 86 Jan. 60 ; En». p 86 Apr. 37 ; Xf . p Apr. 89. 
AiutaiU.---IMut. Rkbard Barrett/ 13 June, 46. 

Qiarter'MaMt€r,—93BL Alexander Hendry ,* 8 Sept 46. [1 4 Feb. 88. 

Surgoon^—yfm. OdeU, 31 April, 43 ; Astitt.-Surg, 9 Nov. 30; Hoip,'Amttant, 
Asnitant'Surff0pn."^ThomMB Longmore, 3 Feb. 43. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Menrs. Cox k Co. 
[ Betmmed from North A met ica , July 1 861 . ] 

rmm a an ai (a Paftacal a« Captaia of iW tmk liflit Diapaaaa frea 
to Jala tka aapaiteaa an4cr lir Balpb A baiuw hy t HHBw aii i to 
M^ar af tka CaviOrvt leaded with tbc Cawalir aa tha 8ih Maith ia Iffrpt i 
ink, Uth, aai jcaaral aefiaa ef tlia Utht araa mmU pruaaer te a aUiwak with iha 
aa ika Itth Marebi aeaiaad ia Tmt Phaiaa, Akiaadri^ tUl laltani bf Um aaprtalauoa mt 
tail, la Oafabtr Itn aapoiam AMa<da>«amp to Lirat.-OcBCial PloH. Mcaad ia wiwaiMii la 
ISOC appaiatai Aiaiftaat A4)aiaat.Ocaa«al. la Jaaavy laot. havfaf aBckaaged aa M^ Slid Ugbi 
to tlM lUk fcguaeat, aceoanpaaM that aorpa to PiiMaii. ihaMa ta Oaectokar atohai t aJ lar BaiWdara. aad 
ilail irtih thamaiMlhi ffalmt Maitiaigaa, waa pmaat at tha laadiaf actkma and captaia af that iaiaad ia ma. Ha haa 
icaitad iha Oalc Hadal in aanieaa ia Ifypti Mi th> 8tt««r War Madal aai am V\m§ tat Martla^aa. 
Uent. ChippindaU terred with the ttnd dnriof the latter part of theMege oporattoaa befan MoolUn, 
id waa preaent at the tanonder of that FDrCme. He waa alao at the aarrender of the Fort and 
r ChealoK and al the battle of 6oq)erat. 



waawiih 

ivalry 

lat atj ia 

' laMareb 



Sal 



tetba ai- 



9 Captain Comlek waa preaent with the dOth In thenotloaof Mateff^pofo 19 I>eo. 1849 (MedalV 
U Capt. Btaaa, aad U. Waadwrlcbt, vara al Awar. Cbapaa,ahaacbai,Waaaaaf.a Cbta Klaap W— (Maid) 
14 Uyi. Waarit> waa at Qaatoa, AJSay, Cbawa. HISaoTOySaS*** CWia^hbi ag^iirwSaaat, aad Oh 

U Utat. WOblMaa iartad hi 



k tha 41th iMt. with Che CUaaaaenaditiaaftato May ia4S to tba aad af tha war. Ambb. 

lalad tha a aa ai iHo a aa4ar MaUOaaaial^Afatlar. wbieb aitoaltad aad taok tba facta ef tha Baeca llgM la tha Cmmmm 

laftba ataka4 Ban4ar.aada#tbaCitf arCMtaa.iaapittie47. Wmjiiiibi with a itmbwaai af Ja^rfo — 

r.wh«Bibat taaadwM totally ^ ill uij by dwagCa^aa tha alghtaf tha »idMaa>h iMi, 



laUad aad ladk tha 



lar* tha ahip IhmHtmkamtkin, 
kaaaa tha paaMga naaa Oalai 

IT Uaat. twahv ■ wn aii* tha wpiflttoe vaiar Majar-Oaaenl O'Afaflar.whleh aaaaatead aad leek 
MaaTlfrialatha taiaa lifer, thaae ef the dtekad Mvtkm, aad ef tha Ctty a# Caataa. la Aaril IMf 
taabea>ithaihlpla r il % lgMiMii , wbaa that taatol wat tetagy lai liu|ii i by die e 
I aa the paaaMi fleto Calcatta to Bailaad. 

Ite nad la Madi. aSarlir Ohariaa Xapiw^lB tea (MadrijU 



mtthm 



■hi af the ap« Mateh Ml. whea 
It PayMaiar Kanaiy MTt^ M 
tl Uaat, rianw tonai Iha 



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17 
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£?l^8JW8«.] 20th (The East Deton8Mre)Regt. of Foot [^c«M 171 

•• MIHOEBT— « EOMONT-OP-ZBE "—The Sphinx, with the wordi "EGYPT"—" MAIDA"— " VIMIERA" 
" CpRlTNNA"— "TITTORI A"— " PTRBNEE8"— " 0BTHB8"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA/' 

Colonel, 

Sir Andrew Pilkington,> KCB. J5Vii. 7 Mar, 88; Lieut. 24 Jan. 01 ; CapL 8 

Mar. 06; M(^, 31 Mar. 04; Lleut.-Col. 6 Oct. 09; Col. 12 Aug. 10; 

MqfoT'Oen. 22 July 30; Lieut. -Gen. 28 Not. 41 ; Col. 20th Foot, 25 Nov. 50. 

LietU.'ColoneU 

Frederick Honi^ Ene. p 26 Jan. 86; Li€ut. p 17 April, 28 ; Capt. p16 June, 37 ; 

MqfoTj P 7 Sept. 41 ; Lt.-Col. 14 April 46. 

Mt^fore. 

Hngh DenniB Crofton, En$. p 13 Mar. 3d ; Lieut. 29 Dec. 37 ; CapU P 9 Ang. 39 ; 

MqjcTy P 30 Dec. 45. 

Lvrd Mark Kerr, JEne, p 19 June 35 ; Lieut, p 14 Sept. 38 ; Ct^pt. p 26 Jane 40 ; 

jr<9or,P25 Jaly51. 



40 
5 
12 
12 
11 
1 























































Captains. 
Fred. Charles Evelegh . . 
James B. Sharpe ...... 

Scrope Reynett Berdmore 
Geo. B. Cham. Crespigny 

Henry Crawley 

Richaitl Leigh Lye. ..... 

Gteorge Steevens 

Geo. Fred. Weller Foley 
Wm. Pollexfen Badcliffe 
Albemarle Dewar 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Gteorge Tomson 

Wm.Tbomas Way te Wood 
Charles Richard Batler.. 
Edmnnd Francis Anstey 
William Henry Dowling. . 
Mansfield Tomer ...... 

Henry James 

John Gittens Maycock • • 
James George Hay .... 
Jas. Wallace Danlop Adair 
Steph. Remnant Chapman 

Bdward Leet 

Enszonb. 
WiUlam Henry McNeill. . 

Charles Lntyens 

George Shuldham Peard . . 

Francis Padfield, adi 

MorganThomas Rotheram 
Charles Edw. Parkinson 
Wm. D. Scrase Dickins . . 

John Clarke • 

Aug. Riyersdale Warren 



ENSIGN. 



P 1 July 36 

27 Nov. 35 

25 Jan. 25 

P 29 Jan. 36 

11 Oct 27 

P 3 Nov. 37 

P 3 Aug. 38 

P 17 Apr. 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 

P 25 Aug. 43 

P 7 Sept. 41 

p 15 June 42 

10 Jan. 42 

P 1 Nov. 42 

20 Oct. 43 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 2 June 43 
P31 Dec. 44 

21 Apr. 46 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 

P 1 Oct. 47 
P 4 Feb. 48 
P 5 Feb. 48 
P 7 Apr. 48 
p 12 Jan. 49 

29 June 49 
P 19 Aug. 51 

30 Jan. 52 
P 12 Mar. 52 



LIEUT. 



P 10 Nov. 37 
P 12 April 39 

11 Oct. 27 
P20 July 39 

11 June 30 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P 17 Apr. 40 

15 Apr. 42 
P 2 Aug. 42 

18 April 45 

OOct. 43 
P23 Aug. 44 
P 21 Mar. 45 
P30Dec. 45 

8 Sept. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 3 Oct. 46 
P 4April45 
P 1 Sept. 48 

3 Jan. 52 
P 6 July 49 
P 27 July 49 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 Mar. 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 

15 Apr. 42 

P 17 June 42 

9 Oct. 43 

PSODec. 45 

14 Apr. 46 

P27 Dee. 50 

P 25 July 51 

5 Sept. 49 



BBBT.-XAJ. 



PflyiiuM*«r.— Charles South, 23 Aug. 27 ; En$. 9 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, p 17 Dec. 18. 
AdjtUant.^Ene. Francis Padfield, 22 Dec. 48. 

Qi«irf«r-3f/i#<«r.— David Bilham, 17 Sept. 41. .^ ^ , „ ict ai 

5ttr^«w.—PhUip Whiteside Maclagan,M.D. 24 Sept. 50; i4«*..5ar^.l5Jan. 41. 

Atsxstant'Surgeone.—l^yftLtA Howard, 29 April, 42. 

John Meane, 24 Dec. 52. 

Faeingt Yellow.— J^eiU, Andrew Lawrle, Esq. 

f^?^i2^JrS.ri. ifSiL SLMid 07 iDoliidlBK tiM esptuK of Trtiit<Ud. In Irtlmnd durtof the rebelUon la 17M i with th^ 
Frn^b ffrtviittNrr. ■• *" weelt«d tte Hwni W« Utial wlSi om Ciup far tht dffr»t of the Fwoeh Srct. I fw 119*. 



«!■••* 



Half 
Pay. 

















































The Thistle within the Circle of St. Andrew, ** Nemo me ivnpune lace$iit»" Tlie 

King's Cypher and Crown. 
ColoneL-^^ Wi Right Hon, Sir Frederick Adam,^ GCB. GCHO. En$, 4 Not. 

1796 J J.t. 2 Feb. 96 ; Capt, 30 Aug. 99 j Mqj. 9 July, 03 ; Lt.-Coh 88 Aug. 04 : 

Col. 20 Feb. 12 ; Mqj.-Gen. 4 June 14 ; LL-Gen. 22 July, 30 : Gen. 9 Nov. 

46 ; Col. 2l8t FnsUien, 31 May, 43. 
Lieut.' ColoneL-^Vredenck George Ainslie, 2nd Lieut. P 24 April 28; Lieut. 

P 6 Oct. 32 ; Capt. p 26 June 38 ; Mqjor, p 20 Oct. 48 ; Lt.-Col. P 23 Apr. W. 
Mqjors. — John Ramsay Stuart, 2nd Lieut. P 20 Jan. 32 ; Lieut. 9 Aug. 35 : 

Capt. P 10 Jan. 40 ; Mqjar,^^ Feb. 49. 
C. R. SackTille, Lord West,* 2nd Lieut, p 30 Aug. 33 ; Lieut. P 5 June 35; Capt. 

P15 Apr. 42 ; Brev.-Mqjor^ 3 Apr. 46; Brev. Lieut.-Col, 2 Aug. 50; Majm'. 

P 23 Apr. 52. -o f , 



Captains. 

Robert Spring^ 

F.P.Uahies,^ (I. e.s Aug. do) 
Edward Dunbar Dunbar* 
Hon. Jas. Lyon Browne 
Henry Calveley Cotton.. 
Thomas Francis Hobbs . . 
JohnA.Vesey Kirkland,«. 
John Thomas Dalyell . . 
George Neeld Boldero . . 

John Watson 

First Libutekahts. 
Jolm Patrick Stuart, a4/* 
Frm. B. Newport Tinley 

Wm. Savage 

William John Legh .... 
John Millar Bannatyne.. 
Hon. Wm. George Boyle 
Wm. Pole Collingwood. . 
Holt Waring Gierke .... 
Edwin A. Tucker Steward 

John Aldridge 

Thomas Bailey Richards 
Henry F. Berkeley Maxse 
Crofton Peddle •••••••• 

Second Libuts. 

Roger Killeen 

Alfred Templeman .... 
John Charles Sheffield . . 
William Henry Carleton 

Henry King 

Henry Fra. Eden Hurt .. 
Hon. Robert Rainy Best 
John George Imsge 



2d LIEUT. 



P 14 Feb. 34 
P21 June 39 
P27 Oct. 37 
P 14 Jan. 42 
P 16 Apr. 42 

15 Jan. 47 
P22 Aug. 37 

14 May 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 18 Aug. 38 

30 Dec. 38 
P 28 Aug. 40 
7 Aug. 40 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 17 Dec. 47 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P23 Mar. 47 

23 Nov. 49 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 12 AprU 50 
P 15 May 51 

never 
P 17 Oct. 51 

20 Feb. 52 
P26Mar.52 
P 14 May 52 
Pll June 52 
P 12 June 52 
P 13 Juue 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 



LIEUT. 



P 4 Dec. 35 
P16 Dec. 40 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 8 Nov. 44 
P 14 July 45 
PSl May 50 
P 27 July 38 
P 21 June 50 
3 Apr. 40 
31 May 40 

3 Oct. 40 
P 25 Sept 41 

25 Oct. 42 
Pll Apr. 51 
P 10 Jan. 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P15 Nov. 50 
P 26 Mar. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 23 Apr. 52 
P 28 May 52 
P 1 June 49 

23 Nov. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



11 Feb. 46 

16 May 46 

Pll Oct. 44 

22 Dec. 48 

P 5 Nov. 50 

P 2 Apr. 52 

P 6 Sept. 44 

P 23 Apr. 52 

P 7 May 52 

Nov. 52 



BEEY.-MAJ. 



7 June 40 



2 Lord WmI strtsd oa Sir 
Hugh Ooach't sUff ihitwf boat 
the eampaigii on tb* 8bU«J 
(Medal),— M Ald»^*-csaip to 
the battiM of Moodkeo and 
F«roieehali, and as OAeiatteff 
MUliarr Secretary duriac tiM 
remainder of Um campaign and 
la tha battle of Bobraon. 



a Capt. Bpring icrred with the 5Sd la tta cam- 
paign CO the SutleJ In 1840 (Uedal), Inelttdlng 
the actions at Boddlwal, Aliwal, end Bobraon. 

5 Capu OuDbar eerrcd wlUi tha SSnd the 
campaign In the Sooihcrn Mabratta ooantry, 
and was present at the Investment and captma 
of Panalla and Powngbur, and in the opera- 
tions against tho forts If unnahur and Moasan* 
tosh. He served also in Uppar and Lower 
Scinde in IMS-S. 



23 Nov. 52 

Paynuuter.^'EmetX Aug. Hawker, 19 Oct. 38 ; Ent, 30 Sept. 30 ; X/. P 8 July 36. 

A^futant.-^-Lieut. John Patrick Stuart, 1 Dec. 48. 

Quarter^Maiter. — Arthur Jackson Green, 23 July 52. 

Surgeon.— ^ohn FraseryM.D., 24 Aug. 52 ; Assist. -Surg. 20 Aug. 41. 
I Assiitant^Surgeon. — Arthur Jackson Greer, 23 July 62. 
Facings Blue. — Agent, Andrew lawrie, Esq. 
IRetumed from Bengal, Uth May, 1848.] 
Frederick Adam served in Holland, and was present in the actions of the 97th Angiist, lOtb 6ep« 
. and Snd October. 1790 ; took p*rt In tho actions of the Rth, 19th, and 91st March, 1991, In Egypt. 
lericlK was severely wounded near Alleant, 19th April, 1919 ; at the pass of Ordall he received two 
, one which brolie his left arm, and another which shattered his left hand ; and ha was also severely 
d at Waterloo. 

it.-Colosd HsiaM' senicei i— On the fbnaatiaa of the Armf of the 9aim he was appofatcd to odklate as Wlitaiy 
r to the ConsMBder.iB-Cbirf ia India, Bir Hock Govfh. sad is that eayadtj he was preasnt at the battles ef 
^ ISih Dec. aad Fenianhab, list Dec. ISU (Medal saa on* Clasp) : la iba latter sogaimeat ha was scvsrdy 
1 by Ktapa shot at the sttack oa tha cnc^s works, iOt bane bdiaff kill«d aaJer hkm at the ssbm asonaal. At 
mmrndaiioD of Lord Ooaah be wss pranottd to a rmapaay ia tha 10th Foot wftlMWt amfthase. As MiHtary 
J to His Lordship be sarTcd the Pnaisob caBpasKB of 1S4S.1I, aad was afcscat at tha aiiur of eatposU M Baai 
r2ad Not. ISM and •ahscqacat operatiaos resalttag la the passage ef toe Chcaab, aad the beSllst 
nd Oo^^erat (Medal and two Clasps.) 



bMilss «i ChllUan. 



i>r Smith sad Qvarlar' Mastar Tonaf ■mrcd the caaapalca la the SoMthsra Mahsstts i«iib»j, ha ia«4-A, and ware 
X the laTcstsDrat sad eaptnra of ihs Ports of PumUa sad Pewi^bnr. 

ut. Hoitaet Mmd throaghovt the epnatioM in Setods (Medal), ladudiat the dcstrwctlan of Issav^^mr. aa 
itlM of Meesnro sad Rrdarsbad. He was alw prcscat at PsaulU sad Powwflbiir. 

eu.r Corrle serrcd with the ISch Laneett at tha baiUs of Maharairere IMh Dec. 1S43 ( Medal}. Also la th* 
the SatieJ la 1S4S Medal, lacludlaf tha actleas at Boddiwal. Altwal, snd Sohrtoa. 

. Barry wrTcrf with the let b a it al ta a fOih hoyal aidet thtooffhoat the Puqjaub caBpalfa of 1S4S-S. ass present 
'i* «r Mooltsa, also at the battle o( Oo^ferat Peb. SUt 1S4S (Medal and CIssim). 

Mgn Birke MTTtd ia the Ited In tho caapsiga la the Saothera Mahratu Coontrr la ISKaad IStt* tad was prctent 
•nil or lbs PelUt fOB t7th Nev. aad e< the forts of Psavlts sad Powas^ur. 




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ScurBX," *< Mbbafse/' <' Htdbrabad.*' 
ColoneL^9 Sir Charles Jas. Napier,> GCB. JEnt. 31 Jan. 94 ; Lieut. 8 May, 94 ; 

Capt. 22 Dec. 03 ; Mqjor, 29 May, 06; Zt.'Col. 27 June, 11 ; CoL 27 May, 

25 ; Mqj''Gen. 10 Jan. 87 ; LL^Gen, 9 Not. 46 ; Col. 22 Regt. 21 Nov. 43. 
Lieut.'Colonel9.^8Bmue\ Brandram Boileau, £ns. p4 Oct. 21; Lieut. PI Aug. 

26; Capt.P25 Nov. 28;lfq/.P9Dec.36 ;Z^-Co/.p 18 Dec. 40; Col. 11 Not.51. 
Sydney John Cotton, Cor. 19 Apr. 10 ; Lt. 13 Feb. 12 ; Capt. p1 Jan. 20 ; Mqjor 

18 Jan. 28; Brevet Lieut. -Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.- Col. 8 Jan. 43. 
Mqfors.—J>vwid Rae Smith,* ^n#.P3 Nov. 25; Lieut. 13 Feb. 28; Capt. P26 

April, 31; Mqjor, 23 Feb. 44. 
Fred. Darley George,* CB. Comet, p24 Mar. 25; Lt. p30 April 27 ; Capt. p30 

Aug. 33; Brev^Mqjor, 4 July, 43 ; Mqjor, 30 Not. 49. 



^ev^Mqj 



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Captains. 
T.SydenhamConway,*CB. 

James Ramsay,' t 

Francis Pym Harding'. . 
Jos. Edwin Thackwell,*°«. 
Arthur Lake Johnston . . 
DaTid Anderson ..•••••• 

G. Abercrombie Robinson 
Francis James Bampfylde 
John Higgin Graham 
William Henry Poulett 

LlBUTBBANTS. 

Joseph Maycock 
Herbert Geo. Bowden*^. . 

Robert BhickaU *• 

Robert CoItUI Jones ^' . . 

Thomas Stack *' 

John Baldwin 

Geo. P. Edw. Morrison . . 
Hen. Allen Murray Deane 
EdwSimeonWebberSmith 
Frederick George Moore 

William Couch 

Thomas Newton Young.. 
Lynch Stapleton Cotton 
Hen. Yansit. Pennefather 

William Hughes'® 

Andrew Hill 

Francis George King.. . . 
D. Pleydell BouTerie, a€fj. 
Arthur Lloyd Monk 
George Onslow Deane • . 

WUliamMcBean 

William Caimcross .... 
J. H. Houston Gammell.. 

Ensigns. 
John William Poole .... 

John Burke" 

T. N. Young (Qr.-lf . OApr.47) 
Charles Robert Moore • • 

Robert Jackson 

John Grahame 

Walter Macpherson .... 
Lawrence N . D.Hammond 
Paymaster. — 9 Cuthbert 



BNSION. 



14 Feb. 28 

18 May 32 

P16 Mar. 38 

P 6June 34 

P 22 July 36 

28 Dec. 38 

26 July 44 

P20Aug. 44 

6 May 42 

P 30 May 45 

p 20 Oct. 40 
30 Apr. 41 

P 19 Jan. 38 

P 9 Aug. 39 
18 Feb. 43 

P 29 Dec. 43 

28 June 44 
p 6 Dec. 43 

21 Apr. 46 
4 Not. 42 

20 Oct. 46 
P 22 May 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 

28 Feb. 45 

9 Sept. 46 
P 31 Dec. 47 

14 Apr. 46 
P 12 May 48 

18 Aug. 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 

30 Not. 49 

29 Oct. 47 
P 15 Oct. 47 

6 Not. 47 
4 Sept 49 

21 Jaly 48 
P 17 Jan. 51 

12 Dec. 51 
10 Feb. 52 
P 16 Apr. 52 



I«IBUT. 



P 26 April 31 

P 19 May 34 

p 18 Dec. 40 

23 Oct. 39 

30 Dec. 38 

15 May 41 

P 14 Aug. 46 

P 9June46 

P 7 Mar. 45 

P 4 Aug. 48 

29 Apr. 42 
P30May 43 

6 Mar. 40 

8 Feb. 41 

18 Not. 46 

P 22 May 46 

P 8 Sept. 46 

P 1 Dec. 46 

P 30 Jaly 47 

20 Not. 45 

P19 Not. 47 

P26 May 48 

P 27 May 48 

18 Aug. 48 
2 June 49 

P 21 Aug. 49 

30 Not. 40 
P 28 Dec. 49 

11 Not. 41 

12 Dec 51 
P 8 June 62 

19 July 52 
p 17 Dec. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBY.-KAJ. 



4 July 43 
2 Aug. 50 



P 9 Dec. 36 

30 Mar. 44 

29 Jan. 47 
P 26 May 48 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 
Pll Dec. 49 
P21 Feb. 51 
P 7 May 52 
p 9 May 61 

5 HflJ. Ocoigt MTT«d tliroatlMBt 
tht campidga ia Seiada ( Medal) 
under Sir Cbarlm Napier, inclodlnc 
the destnietkB of iBumnf tanr Id the 
dewft, end the battles of Meeeaee 
end Hydcrabed, ISIS, at which last 
he eotnmaaded the Stod regt. Be 
ttrrad aleo the eanpalgn in the 
Southera MahratUcovnttytn lM4-6t 
and Brigadier Hlclu b«ia( mortally 
wonnded, M^or Oeorfe toeh cob- 
mand of detachments at the storm 
of the Petahs sad northern Aront 
of Paaulla and Pownghur, Nov. t7, 
and waa ptcacBt at flie iarestmcnt 
and eaptare of both those furls, 
being in eomnand of the left flank 
post, and daring the operations 
against the Ports Munnahur and 
Muuuatosh la the Soalhem Cencan, 
commanded left wlag Sfld Regt., and 
afterwards eovasaaded the Pield 
Brigade (te mp o r arily) at Kolapore. 

6 MaJ. Conway serf ed throoghout 
operatkos ia Setaide (Medal) 



the 



bieladlng the battles of Meeaaee 
and Bydcnhad i and he coomiandcd 
Ihe Light Company (detuhed) at 
the preTions defeace of the Resi- 
dency at Hyderabad. Re senred 
also the campaign la the Soathera 
Mahratta country, and was present 
at the InTcstment and capture of 
Paaulla and Pownghur. . 
18 Paymaster Barlow, prerlon* to entering tfie army, 
senred three years as a mldshipnaaala the Boyal Navy. 
He scrred afterwards ia the Peninsula from Aug. 1810 
to April ISIt ; the eampaign agatest NepanI in 1818 1 
and the Mahimtto campalgas of 1817 aad 1818, aad 
was present at the batUe of Jubblepora, 19ih Dve. 
1817. Be was preseat with the 10th at the battle of 
SobraoB (medal) i aad with Ihe 0th Laaerrs at the 
passage of the Cheaab at Baamuggur, aad the battles 
of ChUliaawallah aad Qo«|icnt. 



23 Not. 52 
Barlow/* 3 Jan. 28 ; JEns. 7 Jan. 10 ; Lt. 13 Jan. 14. 
Atljutant, — Lieut, Duncorobe Pleydell BouTerie, 19 July 52. 
Quarter-Maeter.—yrmum Young/ 16 Dec. 41; JBns. 19 Not. 41. 
^ur^tfon.— Samuel Currie, M.D.,'^ 12 Feb. 47 ; AseiMt.-Surg. 14 Oct. 36. 
i4im^.-5«r^.~Daniel Peterson Bany," 7 Aug. 46. 

Andrew Leith Adams, M.D. 1 Dec. 48. I Facings Buffi — Agents, 
Joseph Sawyers, M.D. 29 Not 50. | Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 

1 sir Charles Napier served la the Irish rebeUloa, la 1788} aad ia the iasnrreetlea, ia 1608. Comaiaaded the fiOlb 
throoghout the campalga termiaailBg with Che batUe of Coruaaa, whea he was made prisoaer after receiving five wonads, 
vis. leg brohen by a muaket-shot, sabre-cat ea the head, la the back by a bayoaet, ribs brokeaby a eanaeO'Shot, and several 
aeveiv eoncualoos fkam the butt- end of a musket Betoraed to the Peaiaiula the latter part of 1800, where he remained 
uatil 1811, aad was preseat at the aetlon of the Coa (had two horses shot uader him), battle of Busaeo (diot through the 
fbee, alae Jaw brokea aad eye lajured), battle of Pueates d*Oaor, seeond siege of Badi^oa, and a great aumber of skirmishes. 
In 1818 he served la a Soallag eapedltiea oa the coast at the Ualted SUtes of North America i leaded a great aumber of 
tlaaes at Craaey Islaad, and other places. Served also the campaign of 1818, aad was preseat at the stormiag of Cambray. 
Commanded the fbrce employed la Selade, and oa the 17th Pcb. 1848, with only 1,800 British Iropps, he attacked aad 
debated, after a desperate aeiloa of three hourf dimtioa, 0,000 of the eaemy, stnogly posted at Meeaaea. Oa the list 
PeK Hydmbad surreadeicd to him i aad oa the t4th March, with 8.Q0OmeB, ho aMaeked aad slgaaUy defbatad 10.000 of the 
eaemy. posted ia a very stroag aad dlfBenlt position at Dnbba aear Hydrabad, thus completlag the eatire sak||ngatloa 
of SefaMle. larly la 1848, with a force eoaslsttaig of about 5080 mea of all arme, he took the Seld against the mountain and 
descri tribes situated on the right bank of the Indus to the aorth of Shlkarpore, aad after aa asdaoos campaign be effected 



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third eoni«n» the RUing Sun Md the Mtd Dragon, end In the fowtb eorner, the WTkits Horse, 
the Motto. ** Nte antra UrrmU:*-'** MINDEN"~the Sphinx, with the worde ** BO YPr'^*" CO- 
JNA "— "MABTIWIOUB"— "ALBUHERA" — " BADAJOZ" — " SALAMANCA''—" VXTTORIA"— 
RENKBS"— •• NIVELLB"— " OBTHES'*— « TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO/' 
"a;;;? I CoUmeL 

r^^MSir Qeoi^e Chtflet D'Aguilar,* KCB.,.E<n#. 24 Sept. 00; Lieut. 1 Dec. 02; 
Cap/. SO Mar. 08 ; Mttf, 1 Apr. 13 ; Lt-Coh 20 May, 13 ; Co/. 22 July, 30 ; 
Mqf.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Not. 61 ; CoL 23nl FiuUj. 31 /an. 51. 

X{tfu/.-Co2oii«Z«. 
Arthar WellesUy Torrens, £?u. dc Lieut. 14 April, 26; £<«ii/. & Capt, 12 June, 

30; Copf. tc Lieut.'Col Pll Bept 40 ; Cot. 11 Nov. 61. 
r. Charles Cmtchley, 2fia Xim^ '8 Apr. 26; Lieut. 22 July, 30; Capt. Fll 

Dec. 36 ; Jf^vor, p 22 Oct. 44 ; Lt-CoL 24 July 40. 
Mtoon.^r. Harry Geoige Chester, 2nd Lieut. p26 Oct. 30; Lieut. 7 Aug. 36 ; 

Cap^ P 11 Sept 40; Mqfor, 24 July 40. 
Daniel Lysons,^ Jffii^t^, p26 Dec. 34; Lieut. P23Aug.37; Capt. P20 Dec. 
43 ; Mqfor, p 3 Aug. 40. 








Captains. 

r. Fred. J. Phillott 

T. HobartGrant Anderdoo 



2nd LIEUT. 



Arth.W. Williams Wynn 
















































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Arthur James Herbert . . 
Francis Bdward Brans . . 
r. Wm. Pitcaim CampbeU 
r. Edward W. D. Bell . . 
John Charles Conolly . . 
r. Fred. Thomas Brock . . 

Robert Bruce 

r. Charles Edward Hopton 
Fred. Biscoe Tritton .... 
First Libutbnants. 
r. Robert Taylor Raynes 
j Cornelius Graham Sutton 

jr. Edward Howell 

lEdmnnd Crofts • . .. 

y. Qeoige Henry Hughes 
Robert Vaughan Dickens 
Sir HO n ChamberkinB/ 
Fred. P. R. D. Radcliffe . . 
r.Edwd.Qascoig^eBulwer 
Hen.D*OyleyTorreBS, atff. 
r. Jenrolse Clarke Jervoise 
FTandfl Edward Drewe.. 
r. Henry Bathurst, a€lf, . . 
5irWm.ICorrisToung,B/. 

r. Frederic Sayer 

r. Oeoi^e Trerelyan John 

Sbcond Liruts. 
r. Charles Carnegie • • . 
Henry Clarke Jenrolse . . 
V. William Capell Clarke 

James Duff 

BeTUOrauTille 

Fred. Fletcher Vane .... 

Douglas Dyneley 

Reginald Hearle Paynter 

Henry Anstruther 

Joseph Henty Butler. 



7 Apr. 26 
P16 Nov. 33 
P24Mar. 37 
P 6 Apr. 30 
P 6 Apr. 30 
6 Aug. 41 

16 Apr. 42 
P30 Oct. 40 

20 May 42 
P3l Mar. 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P22 Mar. 44 

17 Apr. 42 
P22 0ct. 44 
PU Not. 46 
P 8 May 46 
P28Ang. 46 

IMay 46 

26 Aug. 46 

P 6 July 40 

P 21 Aug. 40 

18 Sept. 40 
P 13 June 60 
P 17 May 60 
p 16 June 60 
P 16 June 60 
P 6 Not. 60 
P21 Not. 60 



P22 Not. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P18 Apr. 61 
P16 May 61 
P16 May 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P 16 Oct. 62 
P28NOV.62 



libut. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 Dec. 26 i 16 Apr. 42 
P24Mar. 37 1 p 81 Mar. 43 
Pll Sept. 40 P 28 Mar. 46 
16 Apr. 42 



16 Apr. 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P17N0T. 43 
P22July 42 
P22 0ct. 44 
P 28 Mar. 46 
P 30 May 46 
P 8 May 46 

14 Apr. 46 
P 16 Oct. 47 
P23 Mar. 40 
P 6 July 40 
P26Jan. 60 
6 Not. 60 
P 6 Not. 60 
P 6 Not. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
8 May 61 
P May 61 
P23 8ept.61 
P21 Not. 61 
P23 Feb. 62 
P 14 Sept 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 



BRBT..MAJ. 



P 8 Aug. 46 
Pll NoT.46 
P 16 Apr. 47 
18 Dec. 48 
P 6 July 40 
P 6 Not. 60 
P May 61 
P 9 May 61 
P23 8ept61 

1 Sir O. C. ^Affdlar _ 
eiglit yean Ib ladia Aarinf Um 
(/SeoMlie aad Rolktf. mA 
ptCMftt «t the liege aai et 
BariMeli hi Qotcrai la Aif. t 
Ml the leAacdoB ef Powceghe 
Melve is 1S04 ( the eeetwe ami 
roMtion of Oafeie, tea capital of 
Bdndia. ie I80S; alao at the Mvcral 
aMaolU aeoeihe F Wli aa>ofBhert» 
pore hi 18M,ia tbt laat e# which he 
waavoeaAed. 8cr«c4»i 
in Walcheraa a* the aiege of 
iu. Alao in Sidly. the 
U l aeii,aa4 em tha eeiCcni oooac of 
Spain, when ha araa ftcieet in ISIB 
at the aelhm of Biar. aaA Acfaat of 
ICanhal iachatat Caatalla. Jeinei 
the ataf hi the NetheriaeAa 



li 



tha DekeerWcOhigton in UlMn4 



t at the eantan of I 
M^oMieMtal ITAsnilarhaBi 
M Taan vm tha Gaanal StaC el 
vhliBh dfht ea Aarfatent-AAivteat. 
Oeaafal at the Hoiaa Oaavia (avte- 
dpellr nnAcr the Peha of Ji 
aeifflataet flaeaileftheemyin 
H« romnnw ieA tte eipaJiliew w^eh in 1S47, m 
and took the fctu of tha Boew Ttgvte la the 
lifer, theaa of tha IteheA Banter, and thaaa of the dft7 
of CantoB, ^thiag ■?> p iaw ■ «i heavy < 




arL: 



P«yma«f€r.— Henry Hall Dare, 14 Mar. 61 ; 2tf X#. 20 Oct 4S;Lt.f9 Ang. 45. 
Ac^utant*. — Lieut. Henry D*Oyly Tonens, 14 March 61. 

r. Lieut. Henry Bat hurst, 14 Sept. 62. 
Quartet'Maeters.^^SBi Charles Grant,^ 6 July, 44. 

r. Robert Fortune, 26 Ang. 40. 
t ^loyMitf^— r. Robert Smith, 8 Dec. 46; Aeiiet.^Surg. 26 Bept. 34. 

Richard Gamble, M.D. 12 March 62 ; A$$iet.'8urg. 8 June 41. 
I il#rt«e.-5iir^«ons.— William Godfrey Watt, 1 March, 44. 
I r. VsMT Agmondiaham Brown. M.D. 11 May 40. 

Facing Blue.— ii^aiKf, Mesars. Cox &. Co. 
lUt Sattati^ Betumedfrmn Notfa Scotia, 6 Oct. 48.] 




ef iSU.MS 



The 4iM»s, with tb« words, "Botpt"— *«Capb o» Good Ho»b"~"Talatb»a"-.<«Fub]itm d'Ovok"— 
" 8AL4MAV0A"— " YiTTOBi 4"~" Prmurau"**' N2TSLi.B"-."0KTBBa*'— " Pbvzitsula.*' 






r«in^8erT. 


66 


Full 


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p»y. 


28 





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28 





16 

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16 


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18 





12 





16 


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11 





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Co2<m«l.— Robert ElUce/ Sns.S Not. 98; X/. 6 Jm. 99; Capt. 4 May 01- 
Mqfor, 12 May, 08 ; Li.-Col, 16 Mar. 09 ; Col, 12 Aug. 10 ; Maior-Gm. 22 
July, 30 ; LU-Gen, 23 lHov. 41 ; Col, 24th Regt. 2 Nov. 42. 

Lieut.'ColoneU. — ^ William OiutaToa Brown,' Bn$, 7 July 26: Lieut. 11 May 
80 ; Cfljrf. 10 May 44 ; Mqjor, 16 Jan. 49 ; Lieut.^CoL P21 Dec. 40. 

Charles Henry EUice, JUeut, 10 May 39 ; Capt. p 8 Ang. 46 ; Maior, p 21 Dec. 49 • 
Lieut.'Col. P 8 Aug. 61. ' 

2fi|/0r«.»AugoBtiiB George Blachford/ Ens, p 12 Nov. 26 ; Lieut, p 12 Dec. 26 • 
Capi. 17 Aug. 41 ; MiyoTf 14 Jan. 49 j brevet Ueut.^Col. 7 June 49. ' 

Edmund Wodehouse, Bn9, p 24 Mar. 87 ; Lieut, p 16 Jan. 41 ; Cavt. P 28 Anr. 46 • 
JIfq/or, P8Aug.61. '^ V > 



Captains. 

Louis Howe Bazalgette^ 
Francis Spring ........ 

John Henry Lutman^. . . • 
Francis Charles Skurray 
Andrew JohnMacpherson^ 
Richard Aubin Crokez*.. 
George Frederick Berry* 
John Bulkeley Thelwall* 
William Hartshorn*" .. 
Francis Clark* 

LlBUTBITANTS. 

Charles Mackechnie^ .... 
Thomas Maling Greensill 
Henry Macdonald Burns 
Wm. Douglas Hall Baillie* 
Henry John Hinde* 



>• • • 



EMSXOir. 



26 June 38 

P 28 Feb. 40 

8 Jan. 41 

P 7 Oct. 37 

19 Apr. 42 

P 13 Feb. 42 

7 Jan. 42 

P 4 Aug. 43 

29 Dec. 43 
P 11 Apr. 46 



P 16 Apr. 41 

6 Apr. 46 

20 May 42 

P 14 Apr. 46 

13 Nov. 46 
Bob.G. A.deMontmorency I p 26 Aug. 46 
Robert Halahan | 17 May 44 

27 Feb. 46 

12 Oct. 46 

P 9 Dec. 45 

10 Aug. 48 

P20 0ct. 48 

P 10 Mar. 48 

17 Jan. 46 
23 Nov. 49 

18 Apr. 46 
6 Mar. 40 

14 Dec. 49 
1 Jan. 47 

P 22 June 49 

23 Nov. 49 

Pll May 49 



LIEUT. 



James Stewart 
Joseph Chas. Goodfellow** 
Richard Henry Travers" 
Fred. Wm. Adam Parsons 
Richard Henry Holland 
William Yesey Munnings 

Henry Nangle 

James Tennent Tovey . . 
Wiltiam Price Hill .... 
Charles Abney Mouat'*. . 

Robert lind 

Samuel Head 

Charles PetMs Geneste.. 
R. Josh. Logan Crutchley 
Sam. John James Bums 

Eksions. 
Francis Freeman White 
Alfred Nicholson Cripps 
Andrew David Hays .... 
T. Madden" (Q.M.i8Oct.40) 
HenryHaversham Austen 

William Werge 

Alexander Gturden Shand 

John Henry Armit 

Alfred WiUiam Adoock. . 



P 16 Feb. 60 

P 16 May 61 

P 26 Oct. 49 

12 Dec. 61 

26 Dec. 61 

28 May 62 

P 26 Sept. 49 

P21 Sept. 62 

P 17 Dec. 62 



P 24 Sept. 41 
P22AprU42 
P 16 June 43 

6 April 42 
26 July 44 

6 Oct. 44 
P 26 Apr. 46 

3 April 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P 9 Oct. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

P20 0ct. 48 

23 June 48 

14 Jan. 49 

do. 

do. 

1 Jan. 49 

6 Jan. 49 

do. 

do. 

20 Oct. 49 

Pll Dec. 49 

P 1 Feb. 60 

10 Apr. 49 

P 8 Aug. 61 

P 2 May 61 

16 Sept. 41 

P 26 Dec. 61 

20 Nov. 48 

28 May 62 

26 June 62 

P26 Nov. 52 



CAPTAIV, 



7 Apr. 

14 Jan. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

16 Jan. 

20 Oct. 

p 21 Dee. 

P 8 Aug. 61 

P 26 Dec. 61 



48 
49 



49 
49 
49 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



11 Qr.- Master Alrev MrTad 
with ths ISUi throughout the 
campaifnt in Affghanistan from 
1888 tu 1843 incfuaive, and waf 
present at tha ttorm and cap- 
ture of Ohtunee (medal), a«- 
•ault and eapnue of the town 
and forts of Tootumdurrah, 
storm of Jhoolghur, night at- 
tack at Baboo Koosh Obur, 
destraetioa of Khardorral), as- 
sault of Perwandurrahf storm- 
log of the Khoord Cabooi Pass, 
atfair of Tezeen, forcing the 
JagduUttcfc Pass, reduction of 
the fort of Manoo Khali, de- 
feuceof Jellalabad (Medal) and 
sorties on the 14th Kor.and 1st 
Dee. 1841, 11th Mar. 84th Mar. 
and 1st April, 1842; general 
action and defeat of Akbar 
Khan before Jellalabad, storm- 
ing the heights of Jugdulluck, 
general action of Teseen, and 
reoapture of Cabooi (Medal). 



8 Csst. Berry lerved in the Pan}aab eampain of 
1848.9. inelodinr the paMMge of the Chenid}, and bat< 
ties of SsAoeluMr^ ChUIisawallahCsUffhtly wounded), 
•nd GoojeTat CBfedal and Claapi). 



CI 

ind Claapi . 
9 Capta. Croker and ThelwaU aerred in the Punjaub 



campaign of 1848-9, and were 
theChenab, 



f 1848-9, aaa were preaent at tne paaaage ox 
, and battlea of Saaoolapore, Chilfianvulah 
(aeveicly woiuided),aad Goqierat (Meilal aad Claapa). 
10 Capt. Hartahom scrred with the 84ih ia the 
BebcUion in Canada in 18S7-S8. and waa preaent at 
the bombardment of Navy laland. Be lerred also in 
Uie Pnniaub eampnign of 1848-9f^including the paiaage 
of the Chenab, an * * ■ • - 

wallah (wonnded). 



Lmpnin or 1848-9, mciuiung tne paiaagt 
, and nattles of Badoolapote, CaUlian< 
ed), aad Goqjent (Medal aad Claaps). 

Paymaster, — Geo. Abercr6nibyFerrier,'*29 Mar. 42; Ens.^l^ April, 33; Lieut. 
Atyutant. — Sns» Thomaa Madden." 12 Dec. 61. [p 1 June, 38. 

Quarter-Master.'-'ThomBB Airey," 28 May 62 ; Ens, 21 April 46 ; Lt, 6 Jan. 49. 
Surgeon, — Joseph Barke,'^ 22 Dec. 48 ; Assist,'Surg. 10 Jan. 40. 
Aj»i#^.-i9ttr^dOii#.— William Hanbury,* 3 Apr. 46. 

Jamea Lewis Holloway, 17 Mareli 48. 

John Alex. William TiiompM>n, M.D. 19 Nov. 44. 
Facingt Green. — Agents^ Metsn.Cox U, Go. 

1 Lieat-Oeneral BlUee serred oa the espedltlon to South Ameflea, and waa pioaaot at the eaplaM of Bacaos Ayree. 

3 Lt.-Col. Blown lerred tbrooi^oat the Ponjaab campaign, and waa nreient with the 84th at the paaaage of the 
Chenab and battlea of Badoolapore and Chilliaawallah (woonded), and aa M^or of the 29th at the battle of Oocgeiat (Medal 
and Claapi). 

8 Lt.-Col. Blaehford lerred with the 24th m the Pm^auh eampaign of 1848-9 (Medal), including the paaaage of the Chenab 
and battlea of Sadoolapore and ChtUiaawaildi (ineceeded to the oomnaad of the Begt.) and Gocgerat (Medal and Claapa). 

4 Capcate B a t a l gette Mnrcd in the Fuqjaub eampaign of 184S>9, aad was piawnt at the paaeage of dM Chenab aad battlea 
of Sadoolapore, CblUiaawallah (eevcrely wouaded), and Goojerat (Medal aad CUupt). 

i Caait^ t.wf«— BBd Claik. Ueuca. lfM>h««kiii«. lUilUc mtU nin^*. mmA AMUk.wHrv. HanbniT sanrad in the Pun. 



^ mr 



ftn' 8enr, 

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ai I HaJf 



e King's Creit in two corners of the Colonr, " In VerUate Meliffionu eot^ldo,** The 
Amu ^f JBdinbwrffhf ** Nui Dammusjhutra ; " with the White Horse in the thiid eomer 
Bf the Colour. «iV«? aspera ierrent:" " MINDBN"— -« EGMONT-OP-ZBE." The 
Sphinx. " EGYPT."— Flank Companies, <' MABTINIQUE." 

Colonel. 
9 Sir Henry Fred. Campbell/ KCB. & OCH. ^iv. 20 Sept 66; lAeui. k, 

Copf. 26 April, 93; Capt.k, Lieut.-Col. 6 April, 06; Co2. 26 Sept. 03; M^^or^ 

Gen. 26 Jnly, 10; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Col. 26th Regt. 

20 Oct. 31. Lieut.'Colonels. 

John Joseph Hollis, JSnt. July 03 ; XM Dec. 04 ; Capt. 30 Mar. 00 ; Br. •Mai. 

22 July 30; Mqj. 8 Apr. 42; jBr0r..X#.-Co2., Not. 46; Z^-Cof.lO June4a. 
James Smith Schonswar, Comet, p6 Mar. 29; Lie^it, p'I? Dec. 30; Cten^ 

P6 May, 36 ; Mqj. P2 Aug. 44 ; Lt-Col. 20 July, 47. 
ihTq/orr.— Henry Francis Strange,* Sns. 23 May 16 ; Lieut. 7 April 26 ; Cap#. P2D 

June 26; Br S0.-Jlf<^. 23 Nor. 41 ; jlfq;.200ct.42; Brev*'Lt.^Col.\\ IfoY.61. 
Samuel Wells, Ens. 9 Apr. 26 ; lAeut. p 8 Oct. 29 ; Capt. p 16 Sept 37 : Mtdor^ 

16 Sept 61. f > V , 



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Captaxits. 

Samuel B. Hamilton. . . . 

George Holt 

W.C.B.Napier ^i.e.M Vaj ti 
EdwardRamsdenPriestley 

US John Impett* 

Stanhope Mason Gildea. . 
QS Thomas Deacon*. . . . 

James OgiWy 

F.W.H.Xd. Burghersh^ . . 
Henry Torrens Walker 

Lieutenants. 
Fred. J. B. Priestley 
Robert Caimes Bruce . . 

Samuel Percy Lea. 

George Bent 

Charws D. Pogson .... 
Cha. Jas. Stewart Wallace 
Charles Fred. Browne • . 
Henry Bzley Jones .... 
Frederick Wm. Breedon 
Thomas Edwin Blomfleld 
William George Turner . . 
Astley Campbell Smith . . 
Horatio Priestley, ad{^, • . 
Arthur Ridgway Poynts 
Charles Cramond Dick . . 

John Henry Nott 

Douglas Ernest Manners 

Alexander Strange 

Geoige Skene Hallowes 
Fnncis Kegan Cox .... 
John Richiud Hanr^ . . 

JohnO'Hea 

Ensigns. 
William Robert Goodall 

John Henry TVipp 

George Jolmstone White 

Lionel Holmes 

Henry Southwell Brown 
Liooel Mordaunt Fraser 

James Moorhead 

Robert Chadwick 



ENSIGN. 



20Sept33 
10 Aug. 23 
28 Aug. 36 

27 Not. 36 
14 April 14 

P20 Apr. 37 
6 Apr. 13 

P31 Mar. 38 
24 Feb. 43 

28 Oct 36 

2 Mar. 38 

P30Mar.38 

P 6 July 38 

10 April 42 

9 April 42 

6 Not. 41 

10 May 43 

P27 Oct 43 

P 16 May 46 

24 May 44 

P 19 May 46 

P 11 Nov. 46 

28 Aug. 46 

16 Sept 46 

26 April 48 

P 12 Sept 48 

18 Apr. 46 

16 June 48 

16 Feb. 49 

4 May 49 

9 Mar. 49 

P 17 Feb. 50 



LIEUT. 



P 14 July 37 

12 Sept 26 

P 17 Nov. 37 

P 13 Jan. 38 

P 6 Oct. 20 

Pll May 38 

3 Aug. 16 

P 16 Dec. 40 

26 July 44 

P 4 July 39 



CAPTAIN. 














Pl2Apra60 
P12July 60 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P13 Feb. 62 
P 9 July 62 
23 Nov. 62 
P17 Dec. 62 



8 April 42 

do. 

do. 

P 13 Oct 43 

P 10 May 44 

P20Dec 44 

9 June 46 

9 June 46 

29 Jan. 47 

P 8 Oct 47 

26 April 48 

11 June 48 



P 12 Jan. 39 
30 Oct 40 

P 29 April 42 

P 20 Oct 43 
30 Jan. 36 

P 19 May 46 

29 Apr. 36 

19 June 48 

1 Aug. 48 1 

16 Sept61 



BRBT.-KAJ. 



11 Not. 61 
U Not. 61 
18 Feb. 48 

9 Not. 46 

Not. 46 

7 Jnna 40 



J Birfieoty Frtdtrick Otmy- 
b«U tervcd la HoUsad fVoai 
Feb. to May, \T» \ ia Plaii4eM 
tnim Jdb« to I>«e. 17M, and 
was pnwDt la tlie aetlaa at 
Boilal. Snbarkcd for Farte- 
gal In Dec ]0Oe»lBooaBBiaiid ot 
the 9d Brigada of Gaaitli^ aa4 
was presoDt at tha panaga of 
the Douro aad nplaia of 
Oporto, aetioa at Salaoioadt, 
and battle of TalaTaim, whaa 
he was eererely wooaded, aad 
retancd to Bii(taad la eoaea. 
1 n T Aa\ SLO««^* B^laad theamqr te 
19 June 48 Portafal* in Jaaa, 1811, and 
10 April 49 roramed the command oT the 



P 10 April 49 

16 Mar. 60 
P 14 Feb. 61 

18 May 49 
P 4 Apr. 61 

21 Oct 61 
P 25 June 62 

24 July 62 
P 29 Oct 62 



.w! IS" l"*^* •"«* **• ««»««f* •< MW with 



tad Brisade of Oaaids, with 
which he was praemt at the 
siffa of Ciodad Rodrifo. On 
the adTance of the British 
Army aeroas tha Agneda Into 
Spate, ha oommaaded the 1st 
Divlekm* and with It was pi«- 
■ent at the hattla of Bala- 
msnea, capture of Madrid, a^ 
slet* of BarfOB. Medal 
one clasp for 



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e Mm. DcMOB Mrrad with the laA 1 
TM OB the cxpcdMnn to \ 
Oibbi, la IBIS; aad i» the 
Coaat Wahnodea, aad wm ■fiagut at t Im S^tW ^ 

deck, dariagdwopwatkaeaf the wtaterc —i ^Tf 
SItJ V^'*"'^"' liUf-temdy •aaZRrir? 
|«|o^Jg|»Mdeaeof thedbtaiWd diaiikttof 

dariBf the iMUeaof 1817 aad ir*"^**" 



10 Oct 34. 



Poyiiuufer.— Wm. Brmnell, 30 Sept 42; Sns. 11 June, 30; 
A^juiant.^UesU. Homtio Prieatley, 24 July 62. 
<2tMrf€rw3raf^dr.^Bobert Malcolm, 27 April 40. 
^nyyeoik-^ames M'Oregor, 13 Dec. 44; Assise.-Sura. 24 July 34. 
Asnst.'8ur^.^JoaM King Canr, M.D. 24 July 46. 

Jamea Fraaer, M.D. 20 Oct 48. 

Watkin Sandom Whylock, Af.D. 26 Not. 62. 

.^^ -. ^tfrf«iM» Blue.— ^^«f#, Messn. Cox & Co. 

. ^* 8tffaiif» sarrcd with tha seth oa the China axpadiaoa (Madal). and was prcsant al th«dtfoaf» 

^. B^t^fwk -nred In the iJ^pJ^b^^.'^C^nlZl!!}^:. «.. i^ou ^ 



2Qth ( TTie Cameraman) Regiment of Foot. [ B«ab/20ibi»i»«5K*r.«o. 



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Thd Sphinx, « EGYPT."^" CORITNNA."-." CHINA."-2%4r Dragon. 

Colonel. 
9 m John, Lard Beaton,' GCB. GCMG. GCH., JBw. 10 July, 1794 ; Li, 4 Sept. 
95 ; Capt. 12 Jan. 00 ; Mqf'ar, 21 Jan. 08 ; Lt-^Col. 2 Feb. 09 ; Col. 4 June, 14 ; 
Mqior-Qen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; CoL 26 F. 28 March, 38. 

Lieut.-Cokmel. 
Andrew T. HemphUl, Stu. 7 Apr. 25; Lieut. 1& Apr. 29: Capt. 3 July. 
39 ; Mqfor, 11 Feb. 46; Lt.-Col. P 8 Dec. 46. *- , r v» 

Mi^.'-QeoTge Hogarth,* CB., JSni. p 22 May 17 ; Lt. p 13 Sept. 21 ; Capt. p 12 

Nov. 25r " — ^'^ "** '— "'^ " • '*'* ' " - - *- ^ . '_ _ _r 
Ferdinand 




Captains. 
Francis Carey, s. ...... 

Henry Edgar* 

John Wm. Johnatone* . « 

George Frend' 

William Smith NichoUon 

Charles Cameron* 

William Hopson Hopaon 
Walter Brisbane Park*^' 
William Hayter Hussey 
Arthur Aug. Longmore . . 

Lieutenants. 
Wm.Thomas Betts,^cC.p9n. 

Thomas Andrews 

Bertie Math.Iloberto. tuff. 
R.Mordnt.Dickens, d.a({j. 
Richard WoUaston Clerke 
Charles Edward Preston 
WiUiam Edward Wallace 
Robt. Creighton Granville 

WiUiam Mosse 

Richard Chute ....... 

Fiennes Arthur Quartley 
Walter Fitzgerald Kerrich 
C. R. Berkeley Calcott" [ 

Ensigns. 
Charles Frederick Elwes 
Edw. H. Pierce Elderton 
Henry Charles Hardinge 
Tho. Wm. H. Hutchinson 

John Colling 

Edward Arch. Collins . . 
Herbert Wm. Tho. Hayne 
WiUiam BUott Lockhart 



ENSIGN. 



P 22 May 35 
p 27 Sept. 33 
Pdl May 33 
P24 Kov. 35 
P 4 Mar. 36 

16 May 34 
P 4 July 39 

26 Dec. 34 
P 8 Not. 39 
P 8 May 40 

24 Nov. 35 
P27 Dec. 42 

22 May 41 

18 June 41 
P 12 April 44 

26 July 44 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P 2 Mar. 49 

21 Aug. 49 

P 18 Jan. 50 

6 Dec. 43 

P 19 Oct. 49 

11 Oct. 52 

P 22 Nov. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 13 Dec. 51 
P23Jan. 52 
P 16 Apr. 62 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. JBRBV.-MAJ. 



P 2 Sept. 37 
P 24 Nov. 35 

25 Feb. 37 
P 14 July 37 

19 Dec. 38 

1 July 37 
P 28 Dec. 41 

15 June 39 
P 29 Sept. 43 
P31 Dec. 41 

15 Nov. 39 

25 June 44 
P23June43 

26 June 46 
P22 Dec. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 9 Nov. 49 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 5 Dec. 51 
P26Mar. 52 

22 Aug. 48 

P 30 July 52 

22 Dec. 48 



P 7 July 48 

10 Dec. 44 
P20 Dec. 44 

5 Dec. 43 
P 2 Sept. 45 

31 July 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 

15 June 49 
P 10 Sept. 47 
P 14 Oct. 51 



B Cftpt. Firend iervsd at 
aid*-d*-camp to 81r Hath 
Gough atllalkanOpoi«(iiMdai), 
in which aclion h« was Mfsralj 
woandedy and had hit right 
ana ampotatad in tha ilald. 

9 Captain Oamanm aerrad 
throughout tha ClUaa aspa* 
diUon (medal), and was praaent 
at Ohntan, Canton, Amoj, da* 
lanca of Ningpo, at Chmot 
WooavDg, Shanghaa^aad Man* 
kin. 



P17 Aug. 52 

PoyiTUUter.—Bobert CoUinsCraigie, 3 Nov. 43; J?n^. p 2 Feb. 38 ; X/. P 16 Not. 41. 
A4iutant.^Lieut. Bertie Mathew Boberts, 14 Oct. 51. 
Qiiar«€r-Af<ufer.— Charles Kent,^ 2 April 47. 

ii^tir^eon.— ^ohn Grogan, M.B. 14 Nov. 51 ; Aaitt.^Surg. 16 April 41. 
Atsiet. 'Surgeons. — Frederick Douglas, M.D.^ SO March, 49. 

John Coates, M.D., 2 April 50. 
Pacin^f Yellow. — Agenit, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



I Loid 8cftt«B hM reeeiTcd the goU crau aad thn« eUipt in Canaaa. Albuhcn, Ciudad Rodrifo, (wtana b« wm 
MTCfcly wooofdcd), NlTcUc, NlTe, Orthei, and TOiUoiue. 

a LL.Cok Hofwia wrrtd ia ChiM (sMdal), «t tb« dcftttM of Nlatpo^ at Chapoe. Wwwoiiff, Shanglntf. Chia Klang Vm^ 
and Naaklag. Be Mmauadcd tha Ml wtag of ttie SStti on a ddaehcd agwmanrt at tha aHauli and capuura of tho elty of 
Cilia Klaag Foo. 

8 Lt-Col. Whlttlafham Mirad aa Aldo da Caa^lo Sir Hngh Ooogh throaghoiit tha eperatioai of 1841 la Chtaia (BMdal). 
aad waa prMcat «l Wftwi»» Chapoo, Woomat, Bhanghoat oad Chla Kiaag roo. 

6 Capt. Bdgar lerrcd la Chtaa (aiadal} at tha daAaaa of Mtaagpo» al Oiapoo, Wooauag, Whaaghal, Chla Klaog Foo, aad 
Naaklag. 

6 Captala Jofaaatoaa aerrcd timoghoat the Chtaa expcdltioo (aaadal), and waa pveieat at Chnsaa, Caatoa (wovadad la 
tha left wriatX dafeaea of Ntaigpo, at Tieke, Chapoo. Wooaaag, Bhangttaa, Chto Kiaag Foo^ aad Naaklag. 

7 Lt. Belli, and Qr,»lfaBler Keat, lerred thraoghoal the Chbia apedlHoa (wiadal). aad wcte praacat at Chaaaa. Can- 
too, deftnea of Niagpo, al Ohapoo, Wooaaag, Btwaghae, Chla Kiaag Foo^ aad Naaklag. 

18 Captda Park lerred la Ghiaa (Medal) with the ISdi, aad waa p w aent al Aiaoj, OoloogiOt Niagpo (detawe of), 
Taeke, Chapoo, Wooaaag, Shaaghaa, Chia Kiaag Foo^ aad Naakla. 

II Lleak Caleott aerred wllh tho 10th aegt. durldg the Put^aub eaaqalga of IS4S-8 (Modal) ladudlag Om whole of the 
aloge opafotloaa before MoOUaa, tha aetloa at SooijkhoiA aaptore of the Babarha, and aantader of tha fbrtreta oa th» 
— - - »,». ,«t — % . ...^ ««»-«, «ui, ,h, ummt. at the battle of Ooolerat (Claaa). 



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■^•^SIS?'*] 28th{TheNi}rthGhueeitershire)IUfftofFoot 179 

Th« Sphin* , with the wordi «• BOYFT •• — " GORUIVMA *» — •« BARR08A » — " ALBtTBBftA " — 
" VITTORIA"— « PYRENEES "— " NIVELLE"— «• NIVE"— " ORTHES^— *• FENIMSUUL" 
"WATERLOO/* Colonel, 

9 John Dufiy/ CB. KG. Mtu. 21 Oct. 96; Lieut. 6 Jan. 96; Capt. 12 Aug. 

04; 3fq/ar, 6 Feb. 12; Lieut.'Col. 22 ICoT. 13; CoZ. 22 Jaly 30; Mqior* 

Oen. 28 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 28th Foot, 18 May 49. 
Lieut.'CoUmel.~^Fnnk Adams, J^nt. p 30 Bee. 26 ; Lieut. 23 Mar. 82 ; Capt. 

P31 Dec. 38 ; Mqfor, 29 Oct. 43 ; Lieut.'CoL p 16 July 52. 
Muffort — Robert Julian Baumgartner, Btuign, P 27 Sept. 33 ; Lieut, p 30 

June 37 ; Capt. p 23 April 41 ; Major y 23 Sept. 51. 
Alexander Fraser, ^nM^, Pll Aug. 37; XtA(^Pl2Jnly 39; Capt. 9 8 Oct. 

44 ; Major, p 16 July 62. 




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Captains. 

Mottram Andrews 

Henry Furey Wakefield' 
Percy Archer Butler. . . . 
John Quise Rogers Aplin 
Robert Henry Lindsell . . 

Frederick Huey'. 

£dm. Gilling HaUeweU, t, 

Thomas Maunsell^ 

Samnel Rawson 

William Roberts 

LiBUTBirAHTa. 

Henry Webb 

Henry William Dennie^r. 
JohnDundas Malcolm.. 
Sussex L. A. B. Messitcr 

Edward Codd 

Henry R. Crewe Qodley 
O. Robt. Hamond Orlebar 
William Gordon Shnte . . 
Waring Alex. Biddle. . . . 
Montagu Wigley Bell . . 

Smith Ramadge. 

Simpson Hackett, a^. . . 
George Savile Willson. . . 

Ensigns. 
Bdward Thomas Stehelln 
James Graham Turner • . 

Joseph Gubbins 

Thomas Lynden Bell .... 
Edward Lumley Hawoith 
Hill Faulconer Morgan i 

James Williams . • 

Josiah Holford 



ENSIGN. 



9 April 25 
P 17 Dec. 29 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 7 Oct. 37 
P 13 Jan. 38 
P 5 June 40 
P31 Dec. 39 
P27 May 42 
P81 May 39 
P 1 Nov. 39 

18 June 41 

18 Dec. 41 

1 Hoy. 42 

6 Nov. 42 

p 24 May 44 

P 26 Sept. 46 

p 13 Mar. 46 

P 26 Nov. 47 

P 18 Feb. 48 

P 12 July 46 

16 May 47 

31 Dec. 47 

23 Mar. 49 



LIEUT. 



P 24 July 28 

29 July 32 

2 May 42 

P28 April 41 

P 16 Nov. 39 

6 Mar. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

P28May 46 

13 Sept. 42 

10 July 43 

14 Oct. 42 
80 Dec. 42 
29 Mar. 44 

P24May 44 
P 21 May 47 
P 21 July 48 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P30Mar. 49 
6 Oct. 49 
P 9 Apr. 47 

11 Nov. 61 
P 16 July 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



B&BV.'MAJ. 



24 Aug. 42 
30 Dec. 43 

P 4 Apr. 46 
20 l^OY. 46 
11 June 48 

P 8 June 49 

P29Dec. 48 

8 Oct 60 

28 Sept. 61 

P 17 Aug. 62 



8 OaplalB Wtksfield MTVtd 
with the 40th In Lowtr sad 
Upp«r 8ciad« Id 1880 and 40. 
U0 comfDud«d the Omisdicr 
Oompany daring th« whols of 
the operations la Oandaha r and 
in Affghanletan,ln 1841 and 49. 
and hat received the Medal 
for Candahar, Obasnee, and 
Oabool. He was also present 
in the action of If ahanjpore, 
and has received the Bronxe 
Star. 

8 Capt. Huay serred with the 
40th In the battle of UahanO- 
pore (Medal), and was seTerely 
wounded. 



8 Paymaster Benson served In the Penlaiulai 
twm Julj, 1818, to the end of the war, includ- 
inc the battles of Vittorla, the Pvrenees, (wound- 
ed In the arm), Pampeluna, NlTcUe, NiTe, Or- 
thes, and Toulouse. Benred also in tbe Ameri- 
can war, and was severely wounded In the 
right breast by a rifle ball at Plattaburg. He 
has received the War Medal with flve clasps. 










Bdward Thomas stehelln 19 Sept. 48 

4 James Graham Turner . . p 30 Mar. 49 

3 Joseph Gubbins Pl6Feb. 60 

3 Thomas Lynden Bell.. .. p17 May 60 
8 Edward Lumley Hawoith p 16 Aug. 60 
2 HUl Faulconer Morgan.. 23 Sept. 61 

1 James Williams P218ept.62 

1 Josiah Holford P22Sept62 

33 8 Pay97uuf«r.-9Geo.Thos.Benson,«20May,36;^ft#.13Feb.l2; Xf.26Aiig. 18 

6 Ad^tant.^Lieut. Simpson Hackett, 16 Oct. 62. 

4 Quarter-Maeter. — Samuel Spence^ 22 Jnne, 49. 

88 8A <9ur^«on.— -9fi2aWm.HenryYoung,USept.28;ii.-5.4Feb.l3;lf.-ii.l9Dec.ll. 

11 A##i«f.-5iir^.— Benjamin Wm. Marlow, MD., 26 Oct. 42. 

Facingt YeiloYr.^^Agent$M Messrs. Cox k Co. 

iBetumedfrom Bombay^ \Qth May 1848.] 

1 Lieut-General Duffy served In the campaign of 1798 In the West Indies under Sir Balph Aberercmby | 
on an expedition to the coast of Holland In the winter of 1798; In the East Indies In 1790 1 and with the 
force under Sir David Baird from thence to Egypt In 1801 (medal) ; at the siege and capture of Copen- 
hagen and battle of Kioge, in 1807; the campaign of 1808-0 in Spain under Sir John Moore, In the Light 
Brigade; in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Infantry, from 1800 to the end of 1818. ladndinf the ac- 
tions of Condeiza, Pombal, Redlnha, and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Cludad Bodrig(h— 
commanded the assaulting party at the capture of Fort Reynard, an outwork of Cludad Rodrigo. Siege 
and assault of Badijoi (medal), battle of Ylttoria (wounded in the head), several skirmishes In the Py- 
renees and on the Bidassoa, action of the heights of Tera, battles of the Nivelle and Mlve. He has re- 
ceived the gold medal for BadiOot, and the silvef War Medal with six clasps for Fttentee d'Onor, Giudad 
Rodrigo, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

4 Ceptaia Heanaell Mrred in the Bind the Piiii>snb campaign of 1848-9, and waa preacnt at the Sr«t and ateond ricge 
opcmtioiia bcfbre Mooltaa, ia cl a d in g tba attack en the eaemy'a poritian In ftmit ef the advaneed tieacfaaa en the ISth Scvt. 
IMS, tbe BcdoB of Boor|kooBd, atonn aad captwa of tbe eity, and surrender of the fovtreas. Altenraids preaeat at the 
■uncndcr of the fbrt aad garriMB ef Chenlote, aad at the battle of Goqjcrat (Medal aad two Clasps}. Was woaaded at 
Mooltan on tbe Slat Jaanary 1849. 

7 Mr. Young served in the Peninsula, from March, 1811 to Feb. 1818, including the last siege of Ba- 
d^os, and battle of Salamanca. Served also the campaigns of 1818, 14, and 18, in Germany, Holland, and 
the Netherlands, including the attack on Berg«n-op-Zoom, and battle of Waterloo. He lias received tb« 
War Medal with two cUwps for Bad^os and Salamanca. 

rContlntution of Notes from neat pace.] 
10 Cept. Doaeaa served with the Slst thraagheiit the Csapalga of 184S ia Aflkhaaiatea, laehidiag the eetloas ef 



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21th [or InnUhitting) RegU of Foot 



[ BMd Qnsrttn ftl 
DubUo. 

OMtto with TliiM ToiTMt; St. Gcotft^ eAloan fljlof ia t Uw FteM, The WUte Hotm. •• JTw onera 
itrrtnt," " 8T. LUCU." Th« ^iJUnXp with th« word* •* BOTPT'*— " M AIDA* — •• BADAJOZ'*— 
" SALAMANCA w— " YITTORlA "— " PYRENEES "— " NIVELLB »'— « ORTHES "— " TOULOVSB *•— 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

CoUmeL 
9 5ir WUUun F. P. Napier,' KCB. JS^. 14 June, 00 ; Lieut. 18 Apr. 01 ; Capt. 
Half S June 04 ; Mi{far, 30 May 11 ; Lieut.-Cd, S2 Not. IS ; CiA. 82 Jnly dO ; 
Paj. Mqfor-Gen. 23 Noy. 41 ; U.-Oen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Co/. 27th Regt. 6 Feb. 48. 



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21 

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17 

13 

8 

9 

8 

10 

15 

14 
7 
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6 
6 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
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45 



3 
22 
43 

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Lieut. -Colanel. 
Arthur AogOBtoB Thorlow Canynghame,* 2iMf Lkut. p2 No?. 30; Lieut. 29 
Hay 35 ; Capt. P 17 Aug. 41 -, Mqj. P 8 Aug. 45 ; Lt.-Col. p 3 Not. 46. 

Mqfore. 
Usher WilliamBon, Sntiifnf p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 1 1 Noy. 31 ; Capt. » 28 Feb. 

40; Mfifor, P18 Aug. 48. 
Geo. Anthony Dumford, Snt. 3 Mar. 25 ; Lisut. P 15 Dec. 25 ; Capt^ 6 Not. 
38; Breoet'MqJ. 15 Sept. 48 ; Maj. 2 Dec. 51. , 



CAPTAiira. 

Thomas Percival Touxel 
Andrew Vincent Watson 

Herman Stapylton 

Francis Wm. Johnstone . . 

OUyer Langley 

John yi2e O'DonncU .... 

Barclay Thomas 

Edward Barnes, e 

Edw. Nassau Molesworth 
John R. Graham Pattison* 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

John Samuel Manly • . • • 
WiUlam Archibald Kldd 

Charles Warren 

Arthur Mowbray Jones •• 
James Henry Creagh . . 
William DougUs Phellps 

Frederick Rhodes 

Hon. LncW.C.A.F. Cary 
John Dayid Downing • . 

Thomas Msguire 

George Reynell Grcsson 
Heneage Charles Chester 

Bnsioks. 
Arthur SissonCooper, a4}* 
JohnW. BrookeO'Loghlln 
Charles James Knox Gore 
Nathaniel Bamadiston • • 
Henry Bethune Patton. . 
Francis Eastwood Murphy 
William Henry Gresson 
William Henry DaTis . . 
Wm. 6. Church Pinwill 



BX810K. 



10 Sept. 29 
P21 Dec. 32 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P19 Aug. 36 
P 19 Mar. 40 
P25Noy. 45 

31 Dec. 44 

25 July 45 
P 1 Dec. 37 

28 June 38 

15 Feb. 39 
P20Noy. 46 

23 April 47 
P 28 Sept. 47 

19 Not. 47 
P 9 Jnne 48 
P18Sept.49 
P19 0ct, 49 
P23NOT. 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 

P22 Not. 50 
P IS Dec. 50 
P 16 May 51 
p 17 June 51 

26 Dec 51 
P 12 Mar. 52 
P 13 Mar. 52 
P 9 July 52 
P 23 Not. 52 



LIBVT. 



CAPTAIK. 



P 16 Not. 41 
P20Oct. 43 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 9 June 48 
P 22 Dec. 48 
P15 June 49 
P 8 Not. 50 
P 2 May 51 
2 Dec. 61 
21 Feb. 50 



BBBYBT- 
MAJOB. 



P 4 Oct. 33 
P 18 May 38 
p 19 Mar. 41 
P 23 July 41 
P22Mar.44 
Pll Feb. 48 
19 Not. 47 
P 9 June 48 
P 2 Apr. 41 
8 Apr. 42 

P 20 Oct. 43 
P22 Dec. 48 
PIS Sept. 49 

3 Apr. 49 
P21 Jnne 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P 8 Oct. 50 
P 8 Not. 50 
P 2 May 51 

2 Dec. 51 
P 20 Feb. 52 
P 28 May 42 

ISlh JMo«ftt WstcrlM. Be has 
rtetlTtd tb« War Medal with •Ight daspa for 
Bad^ot, Salamaaea, Ylttoria, Pjimna , St. 
SabstHaa, B iTtUt, Hire, aad Toalom. 



« Iff. Uo&tyn MTTOd fa the 
PmhMolA, nrom Jaa. ISII «atll 
tha tad of tba m%r, ladiidlaf 
th« tlagt of Badi^oa. April Ulfl , 
battlea of WalamanfS, Ylttoria, 
and tha Pyraaaaa; itormlaf of 
Saa Sabastlan with tha Vdaa* 
tear party I battlaaefOrlbaaaod 
Toolooaa. Sanrad la tha Amu 
rleas war, loclodiaf tha action 
at Ptetlsbvrf . Pmiat ea th« 



Paymo/^er.— Victor Raymond, 9 March, 20; JBme, 11 Feb. 08 ; Lieut* 16 Koy. 

09; Cspf. 7 April, 25. 
Adffutant. — Bneign Arthur Slsson Copper, 11 June 62. 

Quttrtet'Master. — Geo. Thompson, 13 S^t. 31. [Aeeiet. 9 Not. 10. 

Surywii.— 9 ni Thos. Mostyn,«6 Oct. 25; Aeeiet,»8mrg. 19 Dee« 11; Htep^* 
As$iet.-Surffean,—WilUMm Nelson Indn, 2 Dec. 42. 

Faeinge Buff. — Agents Andrew Lawriei Esq. — Iriek Agents, Sir B. R. 

Borough, Bt.f Armlt. k Co. 
[Betumedfrom the Cape if Good Hope^ IS April 48.] 

iKaplar Mrvadatthaiiilt af Capaite|MiaaihaRia«#Blota.lB ISSTi Hr Jate Maai^ aanp^n «r 
M»-»; Um Mhtcqarat Fcaiaivlar caBpaigaa from ISOt to tha nmI ofthu war ia 1S14. amA «•• mntmt la mam al tha 
wQl-MiHt^ tmmm wfckh ha ha» iwerthtd arUh m ■Mh ahUity km hto airtiaMi " HJwait af iha PwJaaahr wii^iaclad. 
If the actMrn oTtht C«a (aiiaaiii). haiUt af Waaowb actloaa af PaMhal, BaSlah^ a^ Cmmi Baia •aia wb vaaadad ai 
babaaiof MXMaifaatoaMMotthwthatSBdi attioaaf lta4*Aiaaa%hi4dtaf aaMMMatyaMMaaf tht ■athra. ailtoa. 
r V«im wbca Soalt attcavtMto rdkva Saa SabaMka. aai afria whaa tha AMa* aaatai'tha BUnipa i hattlaB af t^ 
rmlli aaS W m a w a ii Jia la 4rfca<iag tha ehaichrari td iiraaon i haula af Oithai. Sarrai alaa la tha laaii^a ar 
Blft. air Wtm— hat nnh9A tht iotflla4al nd two daapa fecTlalaaiaara. BhaUa. aai Wba, at ahlch baillaa iaaiMu 
iMi4c4 tha 4Sr4 liffht laftttitr. ni alaa ia aMay aiaar aetiea^ aa< tha rihat War IMal wlih ihiaa ala«|a fcr 
Tuaco, racaiM A*Oaori aad Onhaa. 
S Utau-Colaaal CaayafhaaM lamd aa Aila^da^aap Co Lofd laltaaa forfaatha tetar part af tha< 



1 Sir 



• • — 



Yran' 8enr, 



"*New2J!r •*] 28tt( ante A&rfA Ghueesiershire) Eegt ofFooL 179 

Tlw S^M«ur| with th0 words '* EOTFT * — *• OOEUHlf A" — •• BARSOSA » ^ - ALBUBS&A *-> 
« VITTORI A"— •• PYRENEES "— " NIVBLLE "— •• NIVE"— ^ OBTHEB*— •• FEVIXSUUL* 
"WATERLOO." CoianeL 

9 John Diiiiy,> CB. KC. En§. 81 Oet. 05; l^atf. 6 Jao. 96; Capi. IS Ao^. 

04; Jlf<(/0r, 6 Feb. 13; Zuui.'Col. » Nor. 13; CW. 33 inly 90 ; Mqfor^ 

Gen. Sd Not. 41 ; LU-Gen, 11 Not. 51 ; CW. 88tli Foot, 18 May 40. 
LieuU'CohmeL-^Ynoik Adami, .^ni. p 90 Dec 96 ; JUcitf . 89 JUr. 93 ; Cdr|i#. 

P91 Dec. 33 ; Mt^^ 30 Oct. 43; UaU^-^CoL 9 16 July 53. 
ibri|;<7rj.— Robert Julian Baomgartner, EnitffH^ »37 Sept. 93; Xim/. ' 90 

June 37 ; CapU p 83 April 41 ; Major, 33 Sept. 51. 
Alexander Fnaer, J^Vutyn, » 1 1 Aag.97; Xwia.»13ialy 90; Capi,9 9 Oet. 

44 ; Major, p 16 July 53. 



37 



-s 30 



16 






S^i'" 



P.s« 



assi^^lr 







n 



8s 



9-5 









Captaiks. 

Mottram Andrews 

Henry Furey Wakefield ' 
Percy Archer Bailer. . . . 
John Guise Rogers Aplin 
Robert Henry Lindsell . . 



exsi05. 



LIEUT. 



April 25 P24Jnly 38 

17 Dec. 29 39 July 92 

IMar. aOi 3 May 43 

7 Oct. 37!p39April41 

P13 Jan. 38:pl5NoT.99 



Frederick Huey* 1^ 5Jttn€40 5 Mar. 43 

£dm.GillingHallewell, #.;P31 Dec 99' 15 Apr. 43 
Thomas Maonsell^ . . 
Samnel Bawson .... 
William Roberto . . 

LlBUTBVAHTS. 

Henry Webb 
Heniy William Dennie,r. 
JohnDundas Malcolm.. 
Sussex L. A. B. Messiter 



•••••••••• 



P37 May 43'P39May 45 
P91 May 90. 19 Sept. 43 
p 1 Nof.99| 10 July 43 



18Jime41 14 Oct* 43 
18 Dec 41 1 90 Dec. 42 
1 Not. 43. SO Mar. 44 
6NoT. 43PS4May 44 



CAFTAiy. 

34 Aug. 43 
90 Dec 49 

p 4 Apr. 45 i 
30 Not. 45 1 
11 Jvne 49 j 

P 8 Jane 40 

PSODec 48 

80et. 50 

33 8ept.51 

P17 Aiig.68 



Edward Codd |p 34 May 44 {p 31 May 47 

Henry R. Crewe Oodley > 35 5ept.46 • p 31 July 48 
O. Robt. Hamond Orlebar p 19 Mar. 46 . p 10 Dec 47 
William Gordon Sbate ..'^36 Nor. 47 'pgo Mar. 40 

,Pl8Feb. 48t 



• . 



...»..^. ^. 5 Oct. 40 

Pl3JQ]y 45>p Apr. 47 

15 May 47i il Not. 51 

91 Dec.47'Pl6Jaly52 

33 Mar. 49 p 17 Ang. 53 




ftu/. ^_ 

40'Ji hi tte l«til* •f 



^ tcrrai la fW P«»««* • ^^-, 

10 8epL48 irroB Joly. ISIS, to ti* mi4 4^ fW •*#« *&• .u*. . 
P 30 Mar. 49 ui5iheNilto«#^*.itor»,«*»Pf«*«M. •^^i- - - 



^-cl Its 

o 



Waring Alex. Biddle.. 
Montagu Wigley Bell 

Smith Ramadge 

Simpson Hackett, a4j- • • 
George SaTile Willson. . . 

Ensighs. 
Edward Tliomas Stehelln 

James Grnhanx Turner ... ^^». .*_ ... r ■■■■■■ i— 

Joseph Gubbins p 15 Feb. 50 . Jj^^ SirjrSJ^iiiliMi. A-i/^ 

Thomaa Lynden BeU.... ^VJ May 60 ^Twv, «fc4 w»» sTtwly «m»a«4 t» i s 
Edward Lumloy Haworth p 16 Aug. 50 n^y^^ ^^J^'L^ a*, om. 
Hill Faulconer Morgan ..I 33 SepL 51 l- ««4^«* tW W«rlU4.l •» ••• «-».- 

James Williams jP 31 Sept. 53 1 

Jodah Holford |' 33 Sept 52* 

J»ay>iiiwf«r.-#G€O.Thos.Benson,»30May,96;^ju.l9Ftlr.l3; U.9&An^ I». 

Atijutant.^Luui. Simpson Haekett, 15 Oct. 53. 

Quarter- Jffl*<€r.— Samuel Spcnee, 33 Jnne^. -» ^ .^ ^^ ,r a lAfw- 1 1 
5ttry«m.— f l»Wm.HenryYomig,'4Sept.38;^-J?^F«fc.l9jlf--^* Ml*>^'* * - 
Amtt.'Surg. — Benjamin Wm. Marlow, MD., 35 Oct. 43. 
Facings YcUow. — Agent$» Meaai*. Cox k. Co. 

{Retumtdfrom Bombay, \9ih Mav}^,^ ^ . t^ Afc-«—^ 
1 Ueut-0«nenil Duffy wWed la fte mmv^H^d >«• ••.J^t^-'.^^^^'SJ^*! W, Vu!!TZ^ 
on an expediUon to ibe co«t of Holland isi tbe winlir of I7K; to tW Eart l«dM< *■ '^/,,y*J^ . *^ 

^ CiS -OS S^ /on* undeTsir David Baifd ftom tbcnca lo Bfjpt J" 1*^ '.?^' * !LJ^iS^J!^lZ!rL tt* 1uTa 1 
a^l'i^S !1 ht^n and batUa of Kiofe, in 1807; tli« caaipalgB of !«»-• »• 952*" "5^^ 7ri^«rtf!£iiLriW 1^ ^ 
rSl^ll-Sli «S^h!^ In thiTpiniMuL Willi tba 4aid Uahtlntotoy, fro- iso» w q>» <*d <rf latf, J»«irf^wT..r 

S Nlillii commanded tba^a««ming2y.1^ a^^ «^ of^ l:;.£Sit!L^^^ iStlTi^tl^:^^ 

)a Vara, bailka of tl»* »»••«* «»4 **!!;.J1'/T '* 
•Ufcr War JUdat wttk aks «laH* «<* f^m^m 4'Omff, *<* 





S-TJ a^ 



opciatioM bcfon M ool Ua , ^ 

IMS, the acQom of Boonkoraa. ^__^- 

■amnder of th« fiirt and ftfrteoa af Cherfola, 

MoolunoB the»li»iainMfylS«S. ^ 

7 Mr. Younff wnrcd in tho Paninaala, Aon 



J sll^l f l-l Uie Katharlandt, including the aitack on tmMjm-OF"^"''^ 

rs*|»3fow War Medal with two claapa tor JJadaJo* and S alaman ca. 

la^Mt^fte. ' [Contmnatlon of KoCea from neat paa^O 

J^J^^Z'W loCapt.baBMaien«d««tktkcSlJCtkNofk«rttWCaaiH 



»ia<hi—MfcwKaf«fc**<*— «* <**'^>'*** — ^*''^ ^*-^- 
^tW Wule «f fc ^ i *^*t 'M«d«l and t«o (.la^*/' 



«« 



tnelwlini 

daios. and battle of Salamanca. Serrcd mI^ tU cai^ilgna <^j*»f •}*'■?* **' *• 
^ ' '" attackon lleriwi-«p-Z<w«,sa4 bnttio a* 



March, Iftll to ret. 1»W, fglndtnf the Isst^^ y #< 15^ 

;^np^a of WU. 14, a«d U, in ^^y^'tSll. ' 
l^z^S^^nd bnttlo«fWat«flM. IMhas#»«^*«- 



16^ 




178 



21th {or InnuhiUing) Regt of Foot 



[BMd Qunien at 
DabliA. 

A OMtto with TliiM ToiTMt; Se. Geofft'ff eolouffi fljlof in t Mot Mgjd, Th» WUite Hotm. ** Vm anera 
itmni.'* "ST. LUCIA." The ^lAInx, wJth the wordi " EOTPT"— " MAIDA" — •• BADA^OT ••— 
" 8AL41f ANCA »'— " VITTORlA "— " PYRENEES "— " NIVELLB "— "OBTHES »'— " T0UL0V8B »•— 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

CoUmel. 
II 5ir WmUm F. P. Napier,' KCB. JBnt, 14 June, 00 ; Lieut, 18 Apr. 01 ; Capt. 
Full Half 2 June 04; Jfffif<w, 30 May 11 ; Ueut.-Col. 22 Kot. 13 ; Co/. 22 July SO; 
Par. Paj. Mq^ar-Gen, 23 Noy. 41 ; Lt.-Oen, 11 Kov. 61 ; Co/. 27th Regt. 6 Feb. 48. 



Yean'9«rT 



53 



23 

27 
28 








24 





21 





16 





17 





13 





8 





9 





8 





16 





16 





14 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





46 


A 


3 





22 





48 





11 






Lieut, -Colonel. 
Arthur AogostoB Thorlow Cnnynghame,' 2mf Lieut, p2 No?. 30; Lieut. 2S 
May 36 ; Capt. P 17 Aug. 41 ; Mqj, p 8 Aug. 46 ; Lt,'Col, P 3 No?. 46. 

Mqjari, 
Usher WiUianiBon, f'nfi^, PSd Aug. 26; Lieut, p 11 Nov. 31 ; Capt. P28 Feb. 

40; Af^or, p18 Aug. 48. 
Geo. Anthony Dnmford, JSns. 3 Mar. 26 ; Lieut, p 16 Dee. 26 ; Capt. 6 Nor. 
38 ; Breffet'Afqj. 16 Sept. 48 ; Mqj. 2 Dec. 61. 



Captaiits. 

Thomas Perciyal Touzel 
Andrew Vincent Watson 

Herman Stapylton 

Francis Wm. Johnstone . . 

Oliver Langley 

John Yize O'DonnclI .... 

Barclay Thomas 

Edward Barnes, e 

Edw.Nassau Molesworth 
John R. Graham Pattison* 

LlBVTBHAMTS. 

John Samuel Manly . . • • 
WiUiam Arehihald Kldd 

Charles Warren 

Arthur Mowbray Jones.. 
James Henry Creagh . • 
William Douglas Phelips 

Frederick Rhodes 

Hon, LncW.C.A.F. Gary 
John David Downing . . 

Thomas Maguire 

George Reynell Gresson 
Heneage Charles Chester 

Emsions. 
Arthur SiasonCooper, a4}* 
JohnW. BrookeO'Loghlln 
Charles James Knox Gore 
Nathaniel Barnadiston • • 
Ueniy Bethune Patton. . 
Francis Eastwood Murphy 
William Henry Gre«on 
William Henry Davis . . 
Wm. 8. Church PinwiU 



BN810K. 



10 Sept. 29 
P21 Dec. 32 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P19 Aug. 36 
P 19 Mar. 40 
P26Noy. 46 

31 Dec. 44 

26 July 46 
P 1 Dec. 37 

28 June 38 

16 Feb. 39 
P20 Vov. 46 

23 April 47 
P 28 Sept. 47 

19 Voy, 47 
P 9 Jane 48 
P18 Sept. 49 
P 19 Oct 49 
P23NOV. 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 16 Aug. 60 

P22 Nov. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
p 16 May 61 
P 17 June 61 
26 Dec 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P 13 Mar. 62 
P 9 July 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 



LIEUT. 



P 4 Oct 33 
Pl8May 38 
P 19 Mar. 41 
P23July 41 
P 22 Mar. 44 
PllFeb. 48 
19 Nov. 47 
P 9 June 48 
P 2 Apr. 41 
8 Apr. 42 

P20 0ct 43 
P22 Dec. 48 
Pl8Sept49 
3 Apr. 49 
P21 June 60 
P 2 Aug. 60 
8 Oct 60 
8 Nov. 60 
2 May 61 
2 Dec. 61 
P20 Feb. 62 
P28May 42 



CAPTAIN. 



BBBYBT- 

MAJOA. 



P 16 Nov. 41 
P20Oct 43 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 9 June 48 
P 22 Dec. 48 
P 16 June 49 
P 8 Nov. 60 
p 2 May 61 
2 Dec. 61 
21 Feb. 60 



6 Mr. Mettjn itrvsd fa the 
PrabMola, fh>Bi Jan. ISII ntll 
Um 9ud of the wart laelBdiac 
the alcfe of Badalot, April Itlfl , 
battlei of Salaiaaaca, Vlttorla» 
•ad Cba VfTwmtmi itoratlaf of 
Saa Sabaittea wtlk th« Volaa- 
taarpartj; battlMOf Ortbataad 
TottlooM. 8«rT«d la the Amn 
rkaa war, lodudiaff tba action 
at PtaMSbttTf . Pmiat aa tbm 
ISUi Jttoo at Waiarloo. Ha kiaa 
rteslTed tba War Mc4al with elfht elaspa for 
Bad^oa, Balamaaca, Ylttorla, Pji a a ii i , Bt. 
8abaiiiaa« Ml? tilt, Nl? s^ aad ToqImm. 



PAymofrer.— Victor Raymond, 9 March, 26; JSnt, 11 Feb. 08; Lieut* 16 Nov. 

09 ; Capt, 7 April. 26. 
Adjutant. — Bntign Arthur Slason Cotiper, 1 1 June 62. 

Quarter-Matter, — Geo. Thompson, 13 S^t. 31. [Attiet, 9 Ven. 10. 

Surgeon,—^ Ml Thos. Mostyn,«6 Oet 26; Aeeiet.'8urg, 19 Dee. 11; Bmp** 
ilsri#t.-5tf7yeoii.— William Nelson Irwin, 2 Dec. 42. 

Facinge Buff. — Agent f Andrew Lawrie, Esq.—* /rM Agents, Sir B. R. 

Borough, Bt.f Armlt, tc Co. 
[Betumtdfrom the Cape of Good Hope, 18 AprU 48.] 

1 ttrWniiuBNaflar MTVidattWiiilt of Coyaite|Min<haRit«r Blet«,lB ISSTi HrJcha Maoist 
1S0S>»i iha ralncqimt Pcniacolar nmvnmk from ISOS to iW nmI of that war ia 1SI4. aad was aiOMBt la 
laaUHirlM waata whkh ha hM S«aegfftW artih la m^k ahUity la hk aJMliaMi " HJMwiaf tht PwJawhr H 
lag tha aMioa of tha Caa (waaaiaS). haitk af BaM0a> acUoM af PMahal. Ba«iaha» aa4 Ca^ K««»-«aMi 
iha haa* af ate Boai iaaii i aapow H a a tha Mai i aatiaa of Paa S'araaa^ hattk af SaiamaaM. paaaMo af tha 
af Vaim vhea Boalt attcatptal to rdla«t Saa iahaatiaa. a^ afala whaa tha AUaa aaaaaa tha BUaaaaa i halllai af tha 
TftTilla aaS TTi n Tr niiiiri ta Jrfnitiai '>»■ rhaifliiifil af j i raa o fi i hattla af Ofthaa. Sarrad aba ia tha i 
1SU. Wr WUBaai ha* laccitad tha latfHaial aad two dataa farTlalaaiaara. Wtalla^ aa4 Wta> at which hatf 

Am War MeM wlih Ons 




t liaat.4;olaaal 



itatt 



'thai 



aaf to Lord Mtoaa dariaatha lattar i 

I eitv af CVkm KImiv Vaa. ani t tha Ibm 



Of lha«arhiOhaM(M. 




28M( 3%« North GlouettUrtUre) Regt of Foot. 



179 



UmA Qtttfteift afi 
NewcMtle. J 
Tb« flyAln r, with th« wordt •• EGYPT » — •* OOBVmf A " — •« BARR08A » — " ALBUBSftA •• — 
« VITTOBIA"— •• PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— « NIYE"— ^* 0BTUE8*'— •< PEXINSULA** 

"WATERLOO." CoUmel. 

9 John Duffy,^ CB. KC. Mm. 21 Oct. 06; lAeut. 6 Jan. 06; Ca;i^. 18 Aug. 

04; Mqfor, Feb. 12; Luut.'Col. 23 Not. 13; CoZ. 23 Jaly 30 ; Mqfor^ 

Oen. 23 Noy. 41 ; Lt.-Oen, 11 Nov. 51 ; CoZ. 2Bth Foot, 18 Hay 49. 
LieuU-CoUmel—VrBSik Adams, £n«. p 30 Dec. 26 ; lAeut. 23 Mar. 82 ; Capt. 

P81 Dec. 33 ; Mt^or, 28 Oct. 43; Lieui.'CoL p 16 July 52. 
ibri{;<7rj.— 'Robert Julian Banmgartner, .Svu^, p 27 Sept. 33 ; ZAeut, » 30 

June 37 ; Capt. p 23 April 41 ; Major, 23 Sept. 51. 
Alexander FrMer, JEnityn, Pll Aug. 37; XtMt^ P 12 July 30; Capt. 9 8 Oct. 

44 ; Major, p 16 July 52. 









«> 

^ t: B 







12 

12 

11 

11 

9 

7 

7 

6 

5 

8 

6 

6 

4 



















Captaiks. 

Hottram Andrews 

Henry Furey Wakefield * 
Percy Archer Butler. . . . 
John Qulse Rogers Aplln 
Robert Henry Lindsell . . 

Frederick Huey' 

Sdm. Qilling Hallewell, jr. 
Thomas If aunsell^ ...... 

Samael Rawson 

William Roberts 

LlBUTBKAMTa. 

Henry Webb ••■•■••••• 
Henry William Dennie^r. 
JohnDnndas Malcolm.. 
Sussex L. A. B. Messiter 

Edward Codd 

Henry R. Crewe Godley 
O. Robt. Hamond Orlebar 
William Gordon Shnte . . 
Waring Alex. Biddle.-. . . 
Montagu Wigley Bell . . 

Smith Ramadge 

Simpson Hackett, ad{j. . . 
Oeorge Savile Willson. . . 

Ensiokb. 
Edward Thomas Stehelin 
James Graham. Turner •. 

Joseph Gnbbins 

Thomas Lynden Bell . * • . 
Edward Lumley Haworth 
Hill Faulconer Morgan •. 

James Williams 

Jofliah Holford • • 



ENSIGN. 



April 25 
P 17 Dec. 29 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 7 Oct. 37 
P 13 Jan. 38 
P 5 Jane 40 
P31 Dec. 39 
P27 May 42 
p 31 May 39 
p 1 Not. 39 

18 June 41 
18 Dec. 41 

1 Not. 42 
6 Not. 42 

P 24 May 44 

P 26 Sept. 46 

p 13 Mar. 46 

p 26 Not. 47 

P 18 Feb. 48 

P 12 July 45 

15 May 47 

31 Dec. 47 

23 Mar. 49 



LIEUT. 



P 24 July 28 

28 July 32 
2 May 42 

P2d April 41 

P 16 Not. 39 

5 Mar. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P23May 46 

13 Sept. 42 

10 July 43 

14 Oct. 42 
80 Dec. 42 

29 Mar. 44 
P24May 44 
P 21 May 47 
P 21 July 48 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P30Mar. 49 

5 Oct. 49 
P 9 Apr. 47 

11 Not. 51 
P 16 July 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



BRXT.-MAJ. 



24 Aug. 42 
30 Dec. 43 

P 4 Apr. 46 
20 Not. 46 
11 Juno 48 

P 8 June 49 

P29 Dec. 48 

8 Oct 60 

23 Sept. 61 

P 17 Aug. 62 



S Osptsitt Wsks^ld MTTcd 
with the 40th In Low*r sod 
Upper Sciad* In 1880 snd 40. 
H« eommanded tb« araisdicr 
Company daring tht wbolv of 
th« operatlont la Oandshtr and 
in Afl)|hanMaB, In XMl and 49, 
and hat raeaivcd tbs Ifadal 
for Caadahar, Obaan««, and 
Cabool. H« was also pmant 
in Uw action of Mahar^Jpore, 
and hat racaivsd tha Bronte 
Star. 

8 Capt Huay terTCd with tha 
40th in the battle of Uahar^- 
pore (Medal), and was MTereiy 
wounded. 



6 Pajmaster Uenion lerred in the Pentnsulaf 
from July, 181S, to the end of the war. Includ- 
ing the battlee of Vlttoria, the Prreneet, (wound- 
ed in the arm), Pampelnna, Mivelle, Nlre, Or- 
thee, and Toulouse. Benred alio In the Ameri- 
can war, and wai teverelj wounded In the 
right breaet br a rifle ball at Flattf burg. He 
has reoeiTed the War Medal with flte elatpi. 






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5 Edward Thomas Stehelin 19 Sept. 48 
4 James Graham. Turner • . ^ 30 Mar. 49 

3 Joseph Gnbbins p15 Feb. 60 

3 Thomas Lynden BeU. . .. p17 May 50 

3 EdwardLumley Haworth p 16 Aug. 50 
2 Hill Faulconer Morgan.. 23 Sept. 61 

1 James Williams P21Sept.52 

1 Jofliah Holford P22Sept62 

33 8 PaymMf«r.-9Geo.Thos.Benson,<»20May,86; JG?n«.13Feb.l2; X^.26Aug. 13. 

6 ilc^'tf^an^.^Zteti^. Simpson Haclcett, 16 Oct. 62. 

4 Quarter-MoMter. — Samuel Spence, 22 June, 49. 

38 3^ i^uryeon.— 9mWm.HenryYoung,USept.28;il.-i9.4Feb.l3;ir.-ii.l9Dee.ll. 

11 ilssw^.-i9tfry.— Benjamin Wm. Marlow, MD., 25 Oct. 42. 

Fadngi Yellow.— 'ilp«n/«j Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

{Retumtd from Bombay, I9th May 1848.] 
1 Lieut-General DuflV tarred In the campaign of 1790 In tha West Indtee imder Sir Balph Abereromby } 
on an expedition to ih« coast of Holland in the winter of 1796; In the Baft Indies In 1790} and with the 
force under Sir David Baird from thence to Egypt in 1801 ^medal) ; at the liege and capture of Copen- 
hagen and battle of Kloge, in 1807; tlie campa^n of 1608-0 in Spain under Sir John Moote, In the Light 
Brigade; in the Peninsula with the 48rd Light Inftmtry, from 1800 to the end of 1818, Inelading the ac- 
tions of Condeixa, Pombal, Hedinha, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege or dudad Rodrigo— 
commanded the assaulting party at the capture of Fort Reynard, an outwork of Cludad Rodrlgo. Siege 
and assault of Bad^jos (medal), battle of Ylttorla (wounded in the head), several tklrmlehes In tlie Py- 
renees and on the Bldessoa, action of the heights of Vera, battles of the Ifivelle and Hive. He hu r9* 
ceived the gold medal for BadsJos, and the silver War Medal with six clasps for Foentee d'Onor, Qiudad 
Rodrlgo, Vlttoria, Pyrenees, Mivtlle, and Nive. 

4 Captain HaanMll MrTed la the SSad the Paajaab eampaign of 1848-9, and was pretest at the irst and secead atege 
operatioBa befiire Mooltaa, iadading the attach on tlie eacny't poaition la mot of the advanced tMBchea en the ISth 8ept. 
1848, the aetioii of Boorihooad, atorm and captoze of the eitf, and aunender of the fovtrcas. Aftenraida pveecat at the 
Burrender of the fort and g aniM>a of Chcniote, and at the battle of Goqjcrat (Medal and two Ciaapa). Waa woanded at 
Hooltan on the Slat Jannavy 1848. 

7 Mr. Young served in the Peninsula, fh>m March, 1811 to Feb. 1818, Including the last siege of Ba- 
diOoSf end battle of Salamanca. Served also the campaigns of 1818, 14, and 16, in Germany, Holland, and 
the Netherlands, Including the attack on Bergvn-op-Zoom, and battle of Waterloo. He baa received the 

J^ War Medal with two clasps tor Bad^jo* and Salamanca. ^^_____________^..^___^.^__ 

[Continuation of Notes from next page.] 
to Capt^I>nncBa lerved with tha Slat thfaagbeot the Canpelga of 184S ia At i^lMDlitaa, ioehidiag the aetioas of 



MMeeiie, Tweea, aMd^JagdaUaek, eeewytioa of Cabeol, cnddlSefcntcngaBra»ts_lea^Bi^teli{Medai)ji^ Be served 






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IQA rBnb.lbrIadli»l 
'^^^ L April 1M«. ,■ 

BOLBIA"— " VIMISBA" 

Colonel, 
9 Ulywet, Xor(i Downes/ KCB. JSiaign, 31 March 04; JUmU. 19 Not. 

Cap#. 4 Sept 06 ; Mqjar, 31 Mar. 11 ; LU-CoL 6 Sept 19 ; CW. 97 Mav 2 

Mi^or-Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nor. 46 ; Co/. 29th Begt 15 Aug. 50. 

Lieut,'Colonelt. 
Geoi^^e Congreye,' CB. JSnt. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut, p 12 Jan. 26; Capt. p19 Jon 

28 ; Brev.'Mi^or, 23 Not. 41 ; Mqfor, 8 April, 42 ; Lieut. •CiU. 11 Feb. 4(1 
Han. Thomat Athbumham,' CB. £ni. ULt. p 30 Jan. 23; XAeut. k, Capt. p 2 

June 26 ; Capt. U Lt.-Col. p 27 March 36 ; CaL 8 April 46. 
Mqfare.^MtLtihem Smith/ JBns. 16 Sept 16; Lt. 31 Dec. 23; Capt. 6 Feb. 34 

Brevet'Mqjor 23 Dec. 42; Mqjor 22 Dec. 45 ; Brev. Lt.-CoL 7 June 49. 
John Rora Wheeler, ^i». 30 July 28; Lieut. p25 Dee. 20; Capt. p 16 Dec 

40; Major, 11 Not. 51. 



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Captains. 
John D. Young/ «. . . 

John Power^ 

E.Lugard'CB.«, l.tf.7Jan«40 
John iBneaa Duncan*® . 
Bdw. Henry Westropp" 
Cluurles B. MacDonnell' 
WUUam Francis Stehelin" 
Lindsay Farrinffton". . . . 

Samuel Fisher^^ 

Hugh George CoWiU** . . 

LZBUTBKAKTS. 

Henry George Walker*. . 
St. Geo. Merryn Nogent*^ 
John Mackenzie Lyle*' . . 
Augustus Alexander Dick' 

Valens Tonnochy ** 

Frederick Kneebone*'. . . . 
Edward Thos. FitzGerald*' 
Henry Philips Onslow**. . 
Wm. Septimus Simmons" 
Charles Hugh LeTinge*'. . 
Bdward Browne Hart*'* 
Richard Jolm E?ans** • • 
J. Sheridan Henderson" 
Bdmond H. C. Peiy" •• 
Rob.C. Dalrymple Bruce 
John Thomas James • • • . 
Geoige Augustus Ferris*' 

DeVicValpy 

William D. Chapman*' . . 
Edward Haalefoot Paske*' 
William CongrcTe .... 
Henry ETans Qoin . . 
Ensioks. 

Frank Browne 

William Speke Dickinson 
John James Hood Gordon 

Edward Carter** 

H. W. Somenrille Carew 

John Francis Page 

John Crawford Langford 
Edmund Watkln Kent . . 



ENSXaK. 



LIEUT. 



16 Aug. 25 P 

P 5 May 37 

31 July 28 

P 7 Aug. 35 

P 2 Not. 38 

P21 Apr. 42 

30 April 41 

23 June 43 

15 June 27 

10 Jan. 40 



P 20 Apr. 42 
P 25 Oct 42 
P 19 May 43 
P31 Dee. 44 
P 2 Sept 45 
19 Dec. 45 

23 July 42 
19 Not. 41 

1 Apr. 46 

2 Apr. 46 
9 Dec. 45 
4 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P22May 46 

10 Not. 43 
P 18 Apr. 45 
P 8 Dec. 46 
P20Oct 48, 

10 Dec. 47 I 
P 14 Apr. 47 I 

30 Mar. 49 

24 Aug. 46 

10 AprU 49 
P 4 May 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
14 Dec. 49 
2] Aug. 49 
P 14 June 50 
P 8 Dec. 48 



7 Jan. 27 
P 12 July 39 
P31 Oct 31 

26 Oct 39 

8 Apr. 42 
P23 Jnne43 

20 Dec. 42 

27 Sept 44 
P 16 Aug. 31 

3 Aug. 41 



CAPTAIN. 



6 Not. 41 

P 29 Dec. 43 

30 Dec. 43 

30 July 46 

5 Aug. 47 

1 Mar. 50 

3 Mar. 50 

P OJuly 50 

22 Dec. 46 

10 Dec. 59 



BRBT.'MAJ 



3 Apr. 4< 



9 Mar. bi 



9 Apr. 4< 



31 Dec. 43 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 2Sept45 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Dec. 43 

30 July 46 

25 Not. 46 

P 19 Feb. 47 

5 Aug. 47 

P 28 Sept 47 

10 Dec. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 

14 April 46 
P 10 Mar. 48 

30 Apr. 49 

P 5 Oct 49 

1 Mar. 50 

3 Mar. 50 
P OJuly 50 

12 Oct. 62 

H« itrrad vlch dM aS0i lo 
Pw^Mb eam^fs la 1S4S-S. imOmUtt Om fnm" 
oTtk* ChcMb. ud bMitoerClriniHiwalliktMuA 4 -. 
nS he iiiiiiMiiiliil tiM 84|li a«gb at Mm banl' wi 
OM||«t»t { Medal aaS Claapt). 



tS Baa. Cu«ir lanad with tte 
»th la tka SatliJ Miapa'ta •< 
ISUA laelttSlat th» hanJe* oT Pr 
rosnkah lad Sobraoa. far vblcfa bti 
a Mtdal awl om Clasp, lb 
ilto la Ibe Pa^;»ab ea* 
palin or isa.9 aad wai piaMvt • 
ih« paaMf « of iba Cbtaab, and bai 
Um «r ChlRUawalldb i^ Oo^en 
( Medal aMClMi*). 

4 Lt..CeLSeyih MVrad aiMajor ^ 
Brigade wlib Iba afaiy OBdtv Cfti^rs 
PaUacbdaftag UM rawpelga of l»ii 
la ASkbaaiataB (—e d rt), aad ■•! 
pneeal (ai D. A. A4^.Qt^ of *d 
fat Dlr.}«ltkefbrcfti«ortbr KWf- 
bcv Pbn, aeUoa at Maaine Kfawi. 
(iMelaff Ibe IVtcaa aad UvA Keail 
P a»e e e, attaeb aad caf W w of butf 
(taeoired tba Brevet laalb of M^«^ 



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P17 May 50 

ri6;C>p/.9Mayd4. 
Paymaster. — Charles Scarlin Naylor,'? 8 May 35; Bnt. 1 Sept. 12 ; Lt. 26 De*- 
Ad^ut€mt. — Lieut. [Mar. 4& 

Quar/cr-ATostsr.— Chas.SutherIandDowiOo/nODec.47; £^.3Jniie,49; Li.ii 
^ur^eon.— Richard Dane/* MD., 21 July, 46 ; Astiet.-Surg.V July, 35. 
^dfi/^-^ur^MfU.— Robert M'Gregor, 10 AprU 50. 

Daniel Maequeen, M.D., 15 Not. 60. 
John Smith Chartres, 11 June 52. 
Facbtgt Yellow — Affente, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

appalnled Aide^e-Caav le Rr Jote Cradock. wbeaa be au laapaalfd •• ^iliel la Wav. ItM. 
vbof* Sir ioha beld tbe eblef iiaieiiill aatil Maj UOS» »be» be wu Meceeded br ibe Dabe of WelttHtw. atlb mhm 
Lovd Davaee eoatiaacd ae Alde-de-Ca«p aad Aari«aal MilUary Seoatarj dartag tta wbela war. aad wm p ree i a i at ^ 
baMct of TaUvera(dlgbtly waaaded), BaeMOt Paeaiee d>0aor. awl Bl Badoat >l«<ea af Cladad Badrlga aad Bad^>«. 
baaln af S e l ea i a ar e, Vlnoria, aad Oa Pjiaaeia t liffe of 8n Sctaelua. battle* of Iba medley Mlww aad 1^•«low 
(eUgbUr vaoaded). Hit Laiddhl» baa taeeivad iba galdCNv m* «m daep 9m TMaria. P f waae^ MHaBe^ Btoe. tM 



D»pol at l>QT«r. 



49 



] ZOth {The Cambridgeshire) Regmcra of Foot. 181 

The Sphinx^ with the words "EGYPT"— "BADAJOZ"— "SALAMANCA"— 
" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 



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CoUmd, 

9 George, Marquit tf Tweeddale,* KT. CB. Em. June, 1804 ; Lt. 12 Oct. 04 ; 
Capt, 14 May, 07 ; Afityor, 14 May, 12 ; Lt.-Col. 21 Jane, 13 ; CoU 27 May, 
25 ; Mqfor»Oen, 10 Jan. 37 ; LU^Gen, 9 Nor. 46 \ Col. dOth Foot, 7 Feb. 46. 

Lieut.'CoUmel, 
Philip Charles Cavan^ Sm. p 19 Dec. 34 ; Lieut, p 1 March, 39; Capt. p 28 
April 41 ; Mq^m^, p 30 July 47 ; Lt.-CoL p 21 May 62. 

Mqfori. 
William Francis Hoey, Sm, p28 Oct. 31 ; Lieut. 5 Sept. 36 ; Capt. p 22 July 

42;3f<|f. P4 Aug. 48. 
James Thomas Mauleyerer,' Ens. p 18 Apr. 34 ; Lietit. p 19 Aug. 36 ; Capt. p 28 
July 43 ; Mqjar, P2I May 62. 



Caftaivs. 

Charles Sillery 

James Brodie Patullo . . 
Charles Dudley Olirer . . 
Bdm. Aug. Whitmore, #. 

James IUmc 

Fred. Augustus Edwardes 
Thomas Henry Pakenham 

Robert Dillon 

Arthur Wellesley Conolly 
Thomas William Cator . .. 

LiBVTBKAKTS. 

John Tongue, d. pm 

Paget Bayly, atff 

Graham Le Ferre Dickson 
Fftu Toi>ping Atcherliy. . 
Wm. Robert Hepburn . . 
Matthew Pennefather . . 
Geo. F. CoTentry Pocock 
Charles Mlngaye Green. . 

John O'Brien 

Frederick Luxmoore .... 
William Henry Bennett 
William John Brook .... 

Alured Gibson 

Bksiovs. 
Mark Walker, d. adij. . . 
James St. Clair Hobson. . 
John Dillon Ross Lewin 
Edwd. Newstead Falkner 
Aug. Heniy Williamson 
John Clias. N. Stevenson 
James CaTendish Hobbs 
Lachlan Macpherson .... 



BNSION. 



24 Not. 28 
P24 Apr. 40 
P 30 Oct. 40 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P 16 Nov 41 
P 8 Oct. 44 
P 12 July 44 
P 8 June 38 
7 July 46 
29 Dec. 46 

P 2 Dec. 36 
P 8 Mar 39 
P 6 Mar. 47 
P 4 June 47 
P 30 July 47 
P 26 May 48 
P 16 Dec. 48 
P 20 April 49 
P 1 June 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
P28AprU48 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 14 June 60 

26 Sept. 46 

16 Jan. 47 

28 May 47 

P 22 Nov. 60 

P 21 Nov. 61 

p 11 June 62 

23 Nov. 62 

P 17 Dec. 62 



LIBUT. 



20 July 30 

10 Oct. 42 

P 23 Feb. 44 

10 July 46 

28 Dec. 46 

P29Dec 46 

P 19 Mar. 47 

P29NOV. 39 

P 26 June 47 

P 30 July 47 

P 8 Nov. 39 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 4 Aug. 48 
P16 Dec. 48 
P 3Aug. 49 
P 6 Oct. 49 
P 17 May 60 
P 24 Sept. 60 
P 8 Oct. 60 
P 14 Oct 61 
p 21 May 62 
P 12 Nov. 62 



CAPTAIir. 



BRBV.»MAJ. 

11 Nov. 61 



P 16 Mar. 39 
P 30 July 47 
P 26 May 48 
P 1 June 49 
P 6 Oct. 49 
Pl7May 60 
P 24 Sept. 60 
P30NOV. 49 
P 21 May 62 
P 12 Nov. 62 



8 Miyor Maatoverer tenred 
with the 17th throogtaout ths 
campalgii in Afl^hanitun and 
Beloochlacan, uiutor Lord 
Keane, and waa pratent at the 
•torm and capture of Ghns* 
nee and of Xbalat. Modal for 
Qhusnee. 



Poynuutef. — 
A4jutttnt.—JAeut. Paget Bayly, 1 June 49. 
(^^Mrter^Matter, — Timothy Morris, 28 May 47; Ent. 
Surgeon. — ^Thomas D'Arcy, 27 Oct. 46; Assist. -Surg. 
Assist.'Surgs. — William Percy Pickard Mackesey, 10 

John Macnamara^M.D. 16 Mar. 44. 



16 Jan. 47. 
29 Dec. 37. 
Jan. 61. 



Facings Yellow.— ilyanfj, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



1 Loid Twteddale itrred in the Fenintula as an Aaiittant-Qnarter-Muter. General, and haa reeelved 
tlw gold medal for the battle of Ylttorla, la which action he waa wonnded, u also at Bueaoo. Served alio 
la the AnerlcaB war, and waa a^alu wounded. 



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3l5^ ( Tlie Hmdinffdanshire) Regiment of FooL [^^i^H^** 

"7\1 VVFRA»» — "ALBUHBRA" — "VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES'* — " HIVELLE •• — 
"NIVE" — ♦M>R'IHE8* - "PENINSULA"— "CABUOL, IMS"— "MOODEEE** — 
" FEROZESHAU "— '* AUWAL" — •• SOBRAON." 

C0hmel.'^9 Hcury Otway, Jj/rd Dacfe,' CB. SmM April 03 ; J,ie^, and Capi. 
83 June 05 ; Capt. and Lieut.-CoL 86 Oct. 06; Col. 4 Jmie 14 ; Me^.-Gtn, 
10 July 81; lA.-Oen. lOJan.37; Gm. 1 1 Nov. 61 ; C«l. SlflBcgt. 18 J nly 47. 

ZMtti.-CoIone/. — George Stanntoii,* jBlru. ^6 Oct. 86; lAtui, p 15 Feb. 81; 

Capt. P 8 June, 30 ; Mt^or, p 88 March, 45; Lt.-Col. P 80 Jnly 49. 
Mmori.— Thorns Conyogbam Kelly, J?iu. 8 Apr. 88; Xiitfl. P81 Aug. 80; 

Capt, 6 May 43 ; Mqjor, p 80 July 40. 
Fraderick Douglas Lumley, Sns, p 88 Oct. 33 ; ^e. 8 Jan. 38 ; Capt. PS5 Oct. 48 ; 

MqjoTt 4 AufT. 40. 



CAPTAllfS. 

J. Ganrock'(Xi.C.99I>.48) 

Frederick Spence 

Robert John Eagar* .... 
Joseph Greenwood/ #. . . 
James Peter Robertson* 
Cba. Jss. Orton Swaffield 
George Waiter Bsldwiii. . 
Amyatt Ernie 9rowo .... 
Thomas Edward Fodder 
Cbas.Oct. Eardle) Wilmot 

LlBUTBNANTB. 

Robert Iaw/ r 

Thomas Scarman,^ Atfi- 
H en ry Prim H utton ' . . 

Samuel Christian 

William Henry Parry .. 
Frederick Simet Attree.. 

Edward Temple 

Arthur John Schreiber • • 

Aloz. Francis Bail 

Hon. Eyre C. U. Massey 

Charies Prevost 

George Spalgbt 

George Flower Herbert . . 

BlfSIOMS. 

Robert Place Gould .... 
Thos. Baton Swettenham 
Richard Weld Lttton . . 
Alexander Mitehell .... 

Annesley Gary 

Fred. Young Cassidy. . . . 
Ralph Leeson 



BM8IW1I. 



P 4dept 85 
84 Dec. 80 
11 June 80 
6 May 36 
80 Oct. 41 
87 Feb. 46 
4 Apr. 46 
80 Mar. 47 

p 10 Mar. 47 
80 Mar. 44 

8 Feb. 40 

86 Oct. 41 

Not. 48 

6 Apr. 46 

P 18 Sept. 40 

P 35 Sept. 40 

P 10 Oct. 40 

30 Not. 40 

p 18 June 50 

P 8 Oct. 47 

P 16 Aug. 50 

P 16 Mar. 50 

P 15 Oct. 50 

P88 Not. 50 
Sept. 51 
P IT Oct. 51 
p 18 Dec. 51 
p 18 Mar. 58 
Pll June 62 
P8l Sept. 58 



LIBUT. 



81 Dec. 811 
P 1 Not. 31 
P85Jan. 38 

87 Got 80 
P 80 Sept. 48 
P 81 Jan. 48 
P 80 Juiy 40 
P 8 Oct 40 
P 13 Apr. 50 
P 80 Oct. 46 

87 Jnly 48 
5 Dec. 43 
86 Dec. 45 
Pll Sept 40 
P 17 Sept. 50 
P 16 Not. 60 
P 88 Mar. 51 
P 31 Oct. 61 
P 18 Dec. 61 
P81 Not. 51 
P 17 Aug. 68 
P Id June58 
P 10 Dec. 68 



OAPTAIB. 



• BBT.-MAJ. 



3 Apr. 46 



P 85 Not. 48 
88 June 44 
P 8 Got. 44 
81 Mar. 46 
P 81 Jan. 48 
P 18 Apr. 60 
M 31 Oct. 61 
P 18 Dec. 51 
P 81 May 68 
P OJuly 58 



colour* of las Mtb la 
setion of Msh«n^pef«,sa4 vs* 
weiMi4ad la liis loft Is* by a 
grays ihplK iksftly aAtr wbtcb 
bo reoslTod ^ tsfsca wooyd In 
tbs left arm. 

i Uool. HatlOB s«rvo4 tbo 
sampilfn on the Satlij, mad 
csnrM tbo salqim of tbo tlH 
is tbe bsttlet of Ifuodkts sad 
Vmotmhah (wo«*dod) ; bo vat 
olM piowal aft Bnddlwol, aU> 
wil, and SolPiMi: Modal sad 
tbisssJssps. 



Pajfnuuter. — Julius Brockman TraTers, May, 46 ; fful lAtut* 8 Ivfari 87 ; X#. 
Ad(jutant.'~IAeut. Thomas Scarman,^ 8 Oct. 48. fS April 4f . 

Qr.-3faJfer.— Patrick Hopkins, 5 Not. 58 ; Eno. 14 Apr. 46 ; ^. Al Jiuie^ 60. 
Surgoon.—John Burton St. Croix Crosse, 16 June, 48; Amitt.^Surf.^tkX, 40. 
A$$%it.''S^trg€on. — ^Thomas Johnston Atkinson, 88 Feb. 61. 
Faeingi Buff.— il^eii/#, Messrs. Cox and Co.^Iri$h Agenfo^ Sir B. R. Boroogb, 
IBetnmod/rom Bengal tth Doe. 1846.] [Bt.^ Amit, k, Co. 



1 Loffd Doero lorrod in TIandert la 17M, 94, sad M, sad st CopoabsfSB la ll8f. Bi 
aiiC Dconnbor 1806, «lib tbo flnt bottslion of tbo OoldMrnm Oasrds for tbo ^mfantls. vboro bo 
•OTTHl onltl May 1811, sad SfatB. from lM«y to Nov. 1819 } eommaodtd tho lofl. oft tbo SallloorBolamaaes. 
for vbleb bo bu fterlvad ibo gold iB«dol; bo boo sbo roeol?odtlio aDTor War Modal wiftb throe cloags for 
Tolsrrra, Bumoo, sad Solsmsnoa. 

• U««t.-Col. StaaoioB lenrod with tbo lOCb la tbo esmpsiga on tbo Satl^, sad vaaprtfoat st tbs bsltlo 
ofSolifnon(M«dsl). 

• Lt.-Col. Oarrock Mrv ed sa s M^or of Brigodo In 8lr Harry •ailth'a dlvlaloa tbroogboaft tbo Bibb 
eompolgn (medal and tbrv« dnspt), and war prewnt at tbo bottloa of Moodkoo, Foraooabob (bono ibM 
ttBd«r bim), Buddlwnl, Aliwal, and Sobrson, vhofo bo waa bimaolf aoTOfSI/ woondod, aad bla bono atmek 
In tbrov placos. Ho alau oetod aa A4)tttaat-0«oerat aad (|ttnrtor>Mailor-Oon«ral to Sir Harry Smilb In 
tbo action «ltb and dofrot of tho robol Boer« at Bloom PlanU (Sontb AMoaX 99tb Ang. 1648. 

4 cn|4alna Bngar and Ononvood aorvoa viib tbo Slat tbioagiiOMt tbo rammilgn tiC IMS ta SSkbaalstan 
andor M^oMJonotml Polioek. sad tooio pinaoot la IIm actlona of Maaeana, Tnopa, sad 4afdBllock, tbo 
oo«apntlon of CoIk»o1* and the iliObrant ongagomooti leading to It (Modal). 

8 Captain RobortMo lenred tbrovgboat eamp«lgn on tbe Sotlij, the Incloding tbo battlaa of Moodkoo, 
Foffoieehnb, Bnddlwal, Allwnl. nod Sobraon : Medal and tbroe dnsps. 

a Lt. Law serred «ltb tbe 91et tbrougboat tbo cnmpnlgn of 1849 In Al^bnaiataa (MedalX ladadliig iko 
aeUom of Maaoaao, TOnecn, and JagdnUock, tbo oeenpotlon of Cabool, aad tbo dlftrcat oapMomoalo 
loadlag to II. Ho aorrcd abo tbroogboat tbo enmpaign on tbo Sntlol, Indndlng tbo bafttlas of Moodboo, 
Bnddlwal, AUvol, sad Sobnoa (wforaly wooadod): Modal sad tbrao dstpk 




ma 



Mm 




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SSI 

pit u 




14 
16 
13 
19 
29 
13 
17 
11 
9 
8 

10 
14 
18 
11 
10 

% 
11 

B 

? 

7 
7 
8 
B 

6 
7 

B 
6 
6 

4 
T 
3 

4 
6 

5 
4 
3 
3 
9 
2 
S 
I 
9 
8 
6 
19 
11 

7 
7 








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Serrlog *1 « qa 
Peihvwiir. J ioa 

PYRENBES"-^ 
WATEBLOO.t, 

Colonel, 
9 Sir Blohanl ArmBiramgp* KCB. £n*. t8 June, 06; LUut. 5 Not.99; Capt, 

9 Jul jr, 03; Mt^or, 90 May^ 11 ; Lima.^Col26 Aug. 18; Co/. 22 July, 30 ; 

Mqf.'Om. 23 Not. 41 ; Lieut.-^Gfm. 11 Vov. 61 ; Col. 32iid Foot, 26 June 60. 
Xm«/..CMmm2«.— VMtffck MarUuun/ CB. JBn». P 13 May 24; Lt.v 22 Oct. 26 ; 

Cept P16 Apr.20: Jf^i/.i'SB Sept. 80; Xt.-CM. »2S July 42 ; Co/. 2 Aug. 60. 
Henry Faugban Brooke/ CB. Mns. Pllf July, 87; Xt. fU June, 30; CapU 

P22 May, 36; Jfiy^, p2S July, 42 ; Li.'Col. 13 Sept. 48. 
Jlfi|/erjr,— Jobo Bardley WUmot Xnglif / .S<im. 9 Aug. 83; Lieut. 19 Jan. 89; 

Capt, P29 Sept. 43; Afq/er, P86 Feb. 48 \ Brwot Lt.-CoL 7 June 49. 
WUUfm CaM/-Biw. 10 Feb. 39; X^ 9 Feb. 38; Capt. p2 6 Feb. 42 ; Af<y. 13 Sep. 48 . 

CAPTAIN. (BRBV.»lfAJ. 



Cavtairb. 



£N9ION. 



Jas.D.CarmlohaelSmytb' * 19 July 39 



Bdw. W. O. Lowe 7 
Cfaarlee Thomaa King * . < 

Frederick Yaml" 

WUliamBeU^* 

Cfaarlee Steereni 

Henry William Bace .... 

John Moore*' 

John William Boissier**^ 
Charles Clapcott'* 

I«ZBnTBVAVT8. 

Henry John DaTies** .... 

George JeflVey '*........ 

Robert Staoy Colls<' .... 

William Cumming 

Wm. Airde Birtwhietle" 
R. Bdw. L. H. William«>» 
William Patterson* .... 
Henry D. O'Callaghan . . 
Boweu Van Straubeosee** 

William Power» 

Alfred Btsaano** 

WilUam Rndman,*« Aig. 
Henry WlUiam Sibley .. 

John Birtwhistle'* 

Bernard M'Cabe'' .... 

William HarriH 

Samuel Hill Lawrence** 
William James Anderson 
James Dugald Thomson 
Frederick Wainwrigbt . . 
Edm. de Lotbinidre Joly 
Henry Edgerton King . . 

Philip Primrose 

Ensiohs. 
John Alexander Shortt. . 
Adam Duff Kirkwood . . 
Charles Rodick Rioketts 
John Edmondstoune .... 
Charles Marshall Foster 
William Morse Crowdy • . 
J. O. M' Donald Tnllocb.. 



20 May 37 
10 July 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 
80 Not. 16 

P 7 Aug. 40 

15 Feb. 88 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P 81 Dec. 44 
P 18 Apr. 46 

7 April 43 
4 June 39 

14 Feb. 40 

8 Apr. 42 
P12 Dec. 43 
P23 May 46 

17 April 42 

P 19 Dec. 46 

4 Apr. 46 

6 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

22 Dec. 46 

17 Oct. 46 
Pll Dee. 

8 May 

P 8 Aug. 

12 Dec. 

16 Aug. 

4 May 49 

23 May 46 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 23 Not. 49 

18 Aug. 48 

20 Oct. 48 

10 Apr. 49 

8 Oct. 60 

P 16 Oct. 60 

P 18 April 61 

27 June 61 

26 Dee. 61 



LIKUT. 



47 
46 
46 
47 

48 



11 May 41 
P 12 Mar. 41 
P 27 May 42 
P 28 July 42 

96 Apr. 28 

P 28 Dec. 41 

27 July 38 

8 Apr. 46 

8 Apr. 46 
P12 June46 

P 18 Feb. 46 
18 June 41 
24 Apr. 48 

P 3 May 44 

3 Apr. 46 

23 Sept. 47 
14 April 46 

P 10 Dec. 47 
P 26 Feb. 48 
P 26 Feb. 48 

24 May 48 
Pll Feb. 48 

9 Feb. 48 
8 Sept. 49 

10 Apr. 49 
P 16 Aug. 48 
P22Feb. 60 
Pl6Sept.6I 
Pl7Jan. 61 

12 Sept. 48 
P23 July 62 
P 80 July 62 

4 Aug. 61 



8U.CoLBi«ok« 
■eivcd l|ic jriiB* 
JABbeamptigaof 
lB4S-9p in com* 
aiAadMlhetSiid* 
WM yrcMBt 
tloot 



P 18 Apr. 45 
P 23 May 46 
P26Feb. 48 
P26 Feb. 48 

2 July 41 
P 18 Jan. 60 

7 July 48 
P 16 Sept 61 
P 80 Jan. 62 
P 23 July 62 

at the Ut and tnd ncge OMistioot 
bafort Mooltan (Inclndtiig uu Mtioa 
of Booijkoond in commAiii at tb« \th 
e«l«am of attadi), storm a coptott 
of tho iitT ud toffCBdnr of tka for* 
treM of Mooltan, aorrrador of ibo 
fort and nrriMO of Ckeniotc, aad 
battla of (Moioat, for which tartirM 
he wea nominated a CompaaioB of 
the Bath (Itedal and Claepe). 

4 Lc-CoL iDglia Mrred with th« 
SSnd in Canada dniini th« Rcbtrllion 
in lSt7, and waa praaent In iha ae« 
tiou of St. Denie and It. Boetaane. 
He Mrredalao the Punjasb eampain 
of 1846-9. and waa pi«aent at tbo 
let and ted ■icge opcratloaa before 
Mooltan. inelndiac the attack on the 
enemjr'a poaltlon m fkoat of the odp 
▼aneed trenehea on the Itth Seplif 
wliera^ after the death of Lieut..CoI. 
Pattonn. be ancceeded to the oom* 
■umd of the right eolomn of attaek t 
ooBunanded the 12nd at the action of 
Booijkoond; and alao preaent at the 
atom and eaptore of the dty and 
enrrender of the fortreaa of Mooltan. 
aurreDder of the fort and garriaoa of 
Chaafa>te, and battle of Goderat, 
for whieh aarrioee he reoelTcd the 
breret rank of Lieut. • Cokmet 
(Medal and Claapa). 

i Mi^or Caae aerred at the let * 
9nd alege operatlona againpt Moot* 
tan, ptft or the time aa Major of 



Brigade ta the Sd Infontrr Bripde^ 
Ittdndlng the aaaanlt on the anbarba of Mooltan. S7tb 



Dee. 1S4a «n whieh ooeaaloQ ha commanded the eom< 
paniea of the Mod that ware nmwl. •^ T".'.*!!' 
aermly woonded. He waa afterwaida prtaent at the 
of tlie fart and jainion of Chenioto, and at 
the battle of Ooojcrat (Medal i ' ^' 



e battle of Oooicrat (Medal and Cuap*)-. 

• Capt. Bmf th aerred at the let wd Snd aiefe opera- 
.^ae bafon Mooltan, and waa at the aettoa of toori. 
koondi lad the ffi^bt eolnmnof attaek at the atom and 
cantaN of iba elt» of Mooltan (wonnded). and waa pre 
imt at the aancnder of the fortaaea,aa alao at ibe aor 



n^r of the fort and ffMriMa of Cbmdote, and at the 
battle of Goiderat (Medal snd Claapa) 



Pelham Carycr Webb ..|p 17 Aug. 62 __ ^^ „- « * ^, ^a 

Pawmfljfer.— Wm.Garibrtb«16 Apr.62; Qr.^M. 28June 44; ^.3ApI^146; 
A£#«te?l/.— jK«**. WiUiam Rudman, 13 Dec. 60. [I.ieiil.24 Feb. 48 . 
Oiiar#dr«.JirflJ#er.— Jobn OiddingiW 18 Sept, 48. 
^^«».— Cbarlei Scott,* M.D. 9 May, 46; Atntt.-Surg. 7 Nov. 34. 
Asnti.'8uromm$.—Edinifd Moorhead,** M.D. 2 Au|. 42. 

Alexander Peile CahiU," M.D. 8 AprU, 46. 

John Dunlop,* M.D. 8 April, 46. 
FacmffM White— ityen**, Meears. Cox U Co. 

the Penlaania ftwn Auf. 1W8 to the end of that war In ItU. Ineludtaf the eapttire of 



Sir aiAaidbMfpeeivcdihtffold medal and two claapa 
War Medal with «oe Claep for Toulouae. 

idof thiU«htMmi 



of tbe asnd. dnriai the lebalUon in 1N7. ni 






'MivSenr. 



60 



M 6M (TAeUt Yorkshire, W. Siding) lUgt. of Foot. [J 

« BBRINOAPATAM"—" WATERLOO." 

CoUmeL 
9 m Henry D'Oyly,' Bn». 8 Aog. 97 ; X#. & Cii;>*. S5 Not. 99 ; M^9r. 4 

June, 11 ; Copt, k, Lieut.-Col. 27 May 13 ; Col. 19 Feb. dO ; Mttfor^Otn., 

28 June, 88 ; U.-Gen. 1 1 Not. 61 ; Col. 33rd Foot, 28 Sept. 47. 
ZMU^enaiU-Coftmel.— Frederick Rodolph Blake, Em. P30 June, 26 ; Lieut, p 14 

Aug. 27 ; Capt. P 23 Aug. 31 ; Mqfor, 14 April, 43 ; Lt-CoL P 3 Oct. 48. 
MqfOTi — John Houglas Johnstone, JSnt. p 16 Aug. 27: Lima. 16 Mar. 30: 

Capt. P 19 Oct. 38 ; Mqfor, P 3 Oct. 48. 
Thos. BunburyGou^, .^i*. P27 Dec. 27; Lieut. P26 Jan. 31; C^»/. P23 

Wot. 38 ; Mt^ory 22 Dec. 48. 



Puil 

28 
20 

26 



18 
21 
14 
13 
13 
13 
13 
12 
12 
11 

11 
11 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
4 
3 

3 

o 

t» 

2 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

!8 
6 
I 
6 
7 



Half 
Psy. 

















































Captains. 

George V. Mundy 

George Erskine 

John B.CoIling8 

Edw. Westby DonoTan.. 

William Pretyman. 

Henry Ullick Burke .... 
Henry Charles Fitsgerald 
Robert Townley Parker' 
John Ed.Taobiiian Quaylo 
Henry Disney Ellis .... 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Richard Lacy 

Thomas Wickham 

Basil Fansbswe, e 

Frederic Smith Vacher . . 
Chaa. Carter Barrett, ocj/. 

Frank Corbctt 

Walter Geoige Nugent . . 
Charles Edward Mansfield 
WUliam Henry Parry . . 

Valentine Bennett 

Alex. Bruce Wallis .... 
Henry A. Tbistlethwayte 
Baxton Martin Kenrick 

EwaioHS. 
William Minchin Harnett 
W.Senhouse Worthlngton 

Thomas DsTles 

Hans. S. St Vincent Marsh 

Henry Thorold 

Francis Du Pr6 Montagu 
Ch. Moore Brabaxon Siree 
John James Greenwood . . 



BNSION. 



nerer 

17 Aug. 32 

21 June 39 

10 Jan. 40 

P 8 May 40 

P17 July 40 

P 26 Sept. 40 

P 3 Aug. 41 

P 7 Sept. 41 

14 June 42 



LIBUT. 



11 Mar. 42 
P 26 Oct. 42 
P 14 Apr. 46 
8 Dec. 46 
P 22 Jan. 47 
P 30 Mar. 47 
P16 Aug. 48 
P 1 8ept.48 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 17 Nov. 48 

22 Dec. 48 
P 10 Oct. 49 
P 18 Jan. 60 

P 12 July 60 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P 16 May 61 
16 Sept. 61 
P 16 Apr. 62 
P17 Aug. 62 
P 18 Aug. 62 
P 16 Oct 



27 Feb. 36 

P 3 June 36 

22 Jan. 42 

14 June 42 

P 6 Aug. 42 

PdOAug. 42 

9 Oct 42 

P 10 Feb. 43 

7 Not. 43 

P 31 Jan. 46 

P 27 Sept 44 
P22Dec. 46 
P 3 Oct 48 
P20Oct 48 
10 Sept. 49 
Pll Sept 49 
P July 60 
P 8 Aug. 61 
P 2 Jan. 62 
P2<IMar. 62 
P 6 July 62 
P 30 July 62 
P21 Sept 62 



CAPTAIN. BBBT.-MAJ. 



P 1 May 40 
14 April 43 
P 3 Oct 48 
22 Dec. 48 
Pll Sept 49 
P 9 July 60 
P 2 Jan. 62 
P 13 July 49 
P26Mar. 62 
P 21 Sept 62 



11 Not. 61 



I LlcttL-Gcneiml 0*0717 
IB tli« navalcB is Menh 
ia 17W.nii4crSfrSal^AbM«K 
and the Ottk* or Viwl^ HiS wu 
pitaaa»r la th« Mttoo af tfH 
Bapc B« wrvad «l«li 
tbe North of Spaia vador Sir 
Moon, la lSOS-.t. aaS wm 
batOt of Coraa 
UMoipodltloata 
Sorrod at Cadia doriactka 
Mil aad II, 



■ad Sir Oaorio Coeka. to 

bona with deopoieh 
tho lalihif of th« »i^« la 181S. 
Plaadon, nadcr Lard Lynadaeh, te ISUt 
Mqacatlf with the utmy aadcr the Daka of 
la Plaadart aad Praaeo. aad arms Mvwtljr 
•ha hottla of Waiartae. Ba haa raaalvad 
M*dal with OB* etaap for Corai 
9 Capt. Parker Mrred In the 
with the Uid Begt, aad waa fmcai at 
AUwal.aad Sobraaa (Medal aa/ciaaaa). 




tbaSaiU 



A Lieut, fia 

18, at 



62 

Paj«jart«-.-Patrick M'Grath, 4 Oct 31 ; Em. 7 Feb. 11; Lieut. 14 Jas. 13. 
Aibutant.^Lieut. Charles Carter Barrett, 28 Aug. 49. 
Quarter-Master.— Joaeph Jones, 26 Oct. 42. 

Surgwn.'-^mee Townsend Oswald Johnston, M.D., 29 Dec. 46 ; AseieL'Sura. 
4«mf.-5«r(j«m.— Alexander Mackay Macbeth, 21 July 46. [3 Aujc.^ 

Facinai Bed.-^ Agentg, Messrs. Cox & Co. »• -^ • 

[Ret urned from North Ameriea^May 1848.] 



at the 

^ af Ihe 

ef CkMiata^ aad at Iha batde 
iC Lieat. JHbvj larvad aa a caataia 
lahaaiaAJavaaa ' — --" 
aadad: Medal) 
»tarc of Inrn 

pi.lfrlStUl 

[edal aad Claapa). 

7 Lleat. CoUa aarva4 with Ike IStk ia 
as bctee Moeltaa. ladadiaff the Mai 
the aarrmdar of the garriaaaaf Cheaaa 

Mat at the ■■ dii of the 

af Ga^ierat (Medal aad C 



3S^lrSl22If i^lSftei!.•^*?^ iacludia» tie attack aa the aabaiba aa 17U tHc, 
C?.*!^ J!"^!*'*' "1 *^ fciUeaa. He waa alao aiaacat at the aanraiii <tf t^^blVT^ 
baAUe of poqierat (Medal aad Clanial. ■« P««»» ■•«•■"«■«»«»••« a.* 

liBJa the ABglo-Spaaiah Lrffk».Vad i 

aadlSthJaa.; ia the s*a«al actiaaa j 



preaeat at 
i ia froat af Saa 



Sri^ lifV? S^_y^ ^"-'- ^ .*i?-«7^ ?£?»?■ »■ ft^t of Saa Sehaa^ aa the (thl^laM^ 



IMS, after which 1m 



preaeat at the battle af 
aad with the aSad at the 



8 Capt. Maeia waa ptai 
caiote^ aad at the hattia 



?!ir^ •* "?^«JP«» (M-W) »"»* with the » 
■ aad captara of the at/, aad aancader of the fa 
tvaad at the battle of (Soa^erat (Medal aad Claapa). 

taa. at tha 



9 Capt. 



edal aad Claapa) 
to Lt. Pattcraoa 
a alaa praacat at the 

ri r ._ 

•taeha. He 



at 
Ba 



iatbelalniSad 



af Moaliaa, 



of thatetiai 



Mooittt. iadiftlfaif the attack aa the aabaAa aa 17 Dte. ISM, ■a4 



at of the __ 
«oftheelt7 



). 



, X . -S (Medal aad 321) 



"ALBUHERA"— "ARROYO DOS M0LIN08"—"VITT0RIA"— "PYRENEES"— 
" NIVELLE"— :" NIVE"— " ORTHES"— " PENINSULA." 



fmn^Swf.l 



71 



Pan 
Pay. 



32 



Half 
Pay. 







19 





10 





18 





17 





12 





19 





12 





11 





10 





9 





9 





8 





6 





6 





6 





5 





5 





6 





4 





4 





4 





S 





S 





8 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





25 





4 





9 





16 





9 





6 






Colonel, 

9 S'ir ThomaB Makdougall Brisbane,* Bart. GCB. GCH. Sru. 10 JHuk. 1782; 
LUut. 30 July, 91; Capt. 12 April, 93; Mqfor, 6 Aog. 95; Lieut. -Col. 4 
April, 1800; Co/. 25 July, 10; 3fq;V>r-&en.4 Jime,13; Lieut.^Gen. 27 May, 
25; Gm. 23 Not. 41 ; Col. d4th Regt. 16 Dee. 26. 

Lieutenant-ColonH. 
Nicholas R. Brown, Ens. 22 Mar. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June 25 ; Capt. 2 May 37 ; 
I M4^or, 23 Mar. 45 ; Lieut.-Col. 27 March 48. 

Mqjore. 
Richard D. Kelly, JEnt. 7 Mar. 34; Lieut, p 30 July, 36 ; Capt. p24 Sept. 4] ; 

3f<^'or,Pl7Mar.48. 
Arthur Cyril Goodenough, Ens. p8 April 34; Lieut, v 26 Nov. 36; Capt. P26 
Oct. 41 ; Mqfor, 27 March 48. 



Captains. 

John Simpson 

JohnGwilt 

James Maxwell 

Thomas Bourke, s 

John Shiffner 

Edward Wilmot Sitwell 
Mawdistly Gaussen Best 

William Warry 

John Robinson 

Joseph Jordan 

LiBUTBHANTS. 

Henry Edw. Bale, d. pm. 

John Peel 

David Steuart 

Geo.Edw.BrownWesthead 
Granville William Puget 
Robert Campbell ...... 

Geo.Byng Harman, d. a4f. 
Bdward Herman Marsh 
ArthurT. L.Chapmui/t4?'. 
James Anthony Gardner 
Qearge Percy Barnard . . 
WalterHamiltonTwemlow 
Abel Woodroffe Boyce . . 
EirsiONB. 

John Leslie Moore 

Francis Richard Hurt . . 
Edmund P. L. Mathew. . 
William Walicer Jordan 

John Byron 

Hector Maclean Lawrence 
Thomas Harry Saunders 



BNSIGN. 



P 13 Mar. 35 
P25 Nov. 36 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 9 May 34 
P 15 Oct. 41 
p 13 Dec. 42 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P 22 Mar. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 

P 12 Feb. 47 
P 22 June 47 
P17Mar. 48 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 May 48 
P 18 Sept. 49 
P23N0V. 49 
P 24 Nov. 49 
P 15 Feb. 50 
P 16 Feb. 50 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P17 May 50 

P17 Sept. 50 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 9 3ept.51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 11 Jane 52 
P 9 July 52 



LIBUT. 



P 3 Nov. 37 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 13 Oct. 43 
2 May 37 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 30 July 44 
P21 July 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 22 June 47 
27 Mar. 48 

P21 July 48 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P26 0ct. 49 
P25Jan. 50 
P 1 Feb. 50 
P 8 Feb. 50 
P 21 June 50 
P17 Sept.50 
p 7 Mar. 51 
P 22 Aug. 51 
P 14 May 52 
p 9 July 52 
P29 Oct. 52l 



CAPTAIN, 



BRRY.-MAJ 



P 26 Jan. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 22 June 47 
27 Mar. 48 
P 27 July 49 
P 1 Feb. 50 
P 7 Mar. 51 
P 14 May 62 
P 9 July 52 
P 29 Oct. 52 



Paynmster. — Chas. Boyse Roche, 30 Nov. 38; Ens. 18 Jan. 2S; Lieut. 21 Juno, 92. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Arthur Trevor Leake Chapman, 7 March 51. 
Quarter-Maeter. — ^Thomas Williamson, 22 Nov. 44. 
Surgeon. — ^William Denny, 7 Aug. 46 ; Assist.-Surg. 13 Jan. 37. 
Assist.'Surgeons.— George William Powell, 20 Aug. 44. 

William Legge Reid, M.D., 23 March 47. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox &, Co. 

1 Sir Thoinat Brisbane Joined the Duke of York't annj in the beglnoinK of the war, and «rsi present In 
eveiy action except that of the 92nd May 08} when he was confined from a wound received In the action 
of the 18th of the same month. He was tubeequentlj present at the taking of Tarlons islands, fcits, 4e. in 
I ho West Indies, under Sir Ralph Abererombj. Sir Thomas has received the gold cross and ono clasp 
fur Tittoria, Pyrenees, NiTelle, Orthes, and Toulouse (where be was wounded); and tbe liWer War lledsl 
with ODt dasp for tbe Mive. 



186 



3Sih {Eoj/al Sunex) Regiment tfFoot. 



51 



Full 



22 

25 
27 



22 
20 
16 
14 
IS 
13 
11 
17 
6 

le 

10 

9 
8 
7 

7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 

6 

4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
1 
1 



Bftif 



1 
if 



" MAIBA." 



rBai4<|atfC«ft 



tymouttl. 



Col&nsL 
9 m 5ir George Henry Fred. Berkeley,* KCB. Cotim/, 21 Jan. 02 ; Umi* 27 
Auff. 03 : Cop^ 1 May, 06; Mtyar, 28 Jan. 08; Lieut.'Col. 13 June, 11 1 
CJ. 27 Mayi 25 ; Mtfl^Om. 10 Jan. 87 s Li.^Qtn. 9 N<yt. 40; C^l. 36<h Regt. 
11 July, 45. 

James Eraser, JSnt. p6 April 81 1 Xieitf. PI Aug. 84; Coo/. 9 it Jufifl 36; 
Brev.'Maj. 9 Not. 46; Afi{for, p14 Dec. 49 ; Lt.-CoL 6 July 51. 

Bdward Hely Hutchiaion, JSm. F20 Mar. 97; Lieui. 910 Bept 29; Caf<. 

P8 June 38 ; Mqjor, p 17 May 50. 
James Tedlie, pJAu. 19 May 25; LUui, p5 June 27 ; Cant. 29 Jdy 98; Mqier, 

8July5I. 



Captainb. 













m 


























Charies Beamish 

Frederick English 

Thomas Teukm 

Robert Henry Price . • • • 

Archibald Tisdall 

Fred. Oeoige Elklngton . • 
William Ranby Qoate .. 

ThoBoas Spring 

Geo. L. Rawdon Berkeley 
OliyerNleholla Chatlerton 

LlBUTBKAHTB. 

Henry 8. Bowman, mt^. 
M. YiUienSankey Morton 
Charles Miller Layton .. 

James Bickentaff 

Samuel Fritche Blyth . . 
Wm. Henry BaUingall • . 

James Spratt 

Francis lioyd Digby .... 
Richard Lane Warren . . 
Henry Bdward Moora . . 

John Harris 

WUUam Wright 
William Glynne 



Bir8X0H. 



LIEUT. 



P26 Apr. 31 
P22Mar. 88 
P 29 Dec. 87 
p81 Dec. 89 

26 Jane 40 
p 4 Sept. 40 

15AprU42 
P 14 May 86 
PdlJan. 45 
P26JBly 88 

13 Oct. 48 
P 3 May 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
Pll Nov. 45 

28 Apr. 46 

P 5 Apr. 44 

8 May 46 

p 9 June 46 

10 July 46 
P 8 Sept. 47 
P31 Dec. 47 
P12May 48 
P 10 Jane 48 



P20Mar. 
P 17 June 
Pl6l>ec. 
p 9 May 
P 20 Sept. 
P81 Dee. 
29 May 
p 2AprU 
p 25 Aug. 
P 5 Aog. 

1 Apr. 
P 2 Apr. 
P81 Dec. 
P 12 May 
p 23 June 

11 Oct. 
Pll May 
PlSJaly 
P14 Dee. 
P17 May 

8 July 
p 17 Oct. 
p 80 Jan. 



EXSIOMS. 

Richard Longfleld Craster 
Charles Robert Tennant. . 
Ranulph Charles Lee . . 
WemyssThomasCockbum 
Wm. F. Godolphin Fonter 
John Ormsby Vandelear 

John Davis 

Edward Tedlie < 



35 
36 
40 
44 
44 
44 
46 
41 
46 
86 

47 

47 

47 

48 

48 

46 

49 

49 

49 

50 

61 

51 



CAPtAXN. 



p 31 Dec. 39 
P 15 Dee. 40 
P31 Deo. 47 
P29 Jufle48 
Pll May 40 
P 18 July 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 

15 July 49 
P90Jatt. 52 

15 Aog. 481 



BRKt.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 51 
11 Nov. 51 



P2d Jnne48 
P 18 May 40 
P21 Aug. 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
8 July 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 23 fioY. 52 



16 Paymtuier.^yrm. Shearman, 31 Jan. 45 ; 2il X/. p 21 Apr. 37 ; X<. 5 May, 42. 
10 Ac(riiteiit.— Xteii/. H. Samual Bowman, 13 Oct. 43. 

13 QiMtrf^-JfM/cr.— George Cole, 15 Dec. 40. 

14 5ttry«oa.— James Walker Chambers, M.D., 6 \ng. 47 : Aif%ti,»Surg. 4 Cot. 80. 
1 ^Muloia-^iirvMMi.— William George Clarke, 26 March 62. 

Facings Blue. — AyenUf Messrs. Cox k Co. 
IReturmsdJhnn tks Maurituti, 8 Aprii 1848.] 

1 sir 0«ofte Berkeley terved la Egypt In 1S07, u»d vbs prrMnt at the taking of Alexs&dris. In ISSa be 
wu appointed Ae«istaat-A4JutaBt-0cneral in the aroij tai Fortofal, and was pi^tent In the aetione of Ike 
lOih, 11 til, and ISth Maj, 1SO0, poMage of tb« Doufo^ baUlee of Talavera, Buaaco, Fueotea 4*Onor, tlefo of 
Badiiloa In ISII. abo Itt tobee^nent ■iafe^ Morm, and oaptnre; battle of flalaaanra. sapupi of MaiiM. 
•lege of Bnigoi» action at VUln MnrW, balllo of Vllloria, tiefe SDd onptnio of 8aa MwHia. paMign of 
the Piiiains, hattlee of IIm NlfaUe and Nlva. Served alto tae eaTolgn of laitb lodndlBf ibo talile of 
Walaflook at wUeb Im wae MTenly wonnded. He eoawnnded Uie Hoops at Um cape of Oood llep% sad 
eoodnctsd tie opermltaM acnlMt the KnAia In 1S47» vhicb boeovhl thai war to a w 
8lr Orarf e has received the Gold Croat and three olnepe for Bneaeo, Foenlee dt>oor« 
THlorla. 8aa Sehastlsa, and Nlro ; and the Silvar War Medal with one daep for TalaTora. 



I 

s^jStKO Mtk {The Herefordshire) Refft. of Foot. [XofaVp^SJ^ST'llS? 

"J5™iri* HIK^UOOStAlf '*— "BOLEIA"—" VIMlBRA"— *• CORUNNA"— " 8ALA- 
Yean' Strr-lMANCA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— « NIVE"— " ORTHES"— 

— « TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 

„5 Cohnel. 

Full Half X«ri Frederick FitsClarence, GCH. iSTni. 4" t^ieut 12 Jtfay 14 : Capt. 23 Feb. 
P»7« Paf . 20 ; JUiqfar, 10 Jan. 23 ; LieuU-CoL 1 April 24 ; Co/. 6 May 31 ; Mi^ar*Gen. 

28 Nov. 41 i Lieia.'Gen, 11 Not. 61 ; Co/. 36th Rogt. 23 July 61. 

Lieut.'ColaneL'^ ChajlcB /LBbmote, Eru, 26 Dec. 13: Lieut, 18 April, 20; 

Capt P 10 Aug. 28 ; M({jor, P 15 Dec. 40 : LieuL-CoL 22 Mar, 46. 
Jf<|^or#.— Edward R. King, find Liiut. 16 Feb. 26; Lima, 31 July, 28 ; CapU 

P4 Dec. 32 ; lienor , 22 May 45. 
William Robert fiaUday, Ens. P 12 Feb. 30 ) tt 3 Mar. 33 ; CdpL p 1 1 Not. 36 ; 
J9r9Mi ir^i/or, 9 Not. 46; AI<vV}r» <> 3 Aug. 40. 



37 
87 
23 



17 
17 
16 
23 
16 
24 
17 
11 
10 




12 
11 
10 
10 



6 
5 

6 
6 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



18 
10 
10 
14 
8 
8 



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CAPTAIHft* 

Jimea Nugent ....<••. 
Tho.MatbjasLusWeguelin 
Bdward dharlea Butler. . 

John Pratt, «. 

Charles Wikon Garden. . 
Lewis Alex. Patrick fiojd 

Henry J. Coote* 

Antoine Sloet Butler^ .. 
Wm. Ryland Rainsford. . 
Augustus William Ord . • 

LiSUTENAMTB. 

Rickard Lloyd, d* pm* . . 
John Arthur Broekmatt.#. 
Geo. Rob. Jas. Marshall 

Jolin Rotton, atg 

Thomas Morgan 

Chas. James Hale liionro 
Wm.Hy.AclaudDashwood 
Bernard Robert 8hat» . . 
John Edmund Har? ey . . 

Thomas Rice 

Richard Harbord, d, luij, 

Alfred Macdonald 

John Welman Helyar . . 

Ensions. 
William Tyler Stuart .... 
Charles Henry Lambei*t 
Arthur Manning Tuck . . 
John Mandeville Hugo . . 
Alexander Fred. Stewart 
Barrington O. Dashwood 

Albert Seagrim 

Rfchafd lloyd 



BHAION. 



P 15 April 36 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P 8 June 30 
P 20 Oct. 37 
21 May 29 
23 Sept. 36 
P 8ApTn4Sl 
P 6 Jan. 43 
P90 8ept.44 



P 2 

20 

23 

p 7 

26 

26 

26 

PlO 

P14 

P26 

P22 

P24 

P26 

20 
P13 
P14 
P16 
P19 
P13 
P12 
P17 



April 

May 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Jane 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Nor. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Aug. 



41 
42 
43 
43 
46 
46 
46 
46 
4^ 
46 
46 
48 
48 



LIBUT. I CAl*TAIir. 



II Jan. 

p 28 June 

P 5 Mar. 
8 June 
IDec. 

P 9 Oct. 

P 17 Sept. 

PlO Mar. 

P 81 Jan. 

P 6 Aug. 



39 
39 
41 
35 
41 
^ 
39 
43 
46 
47 



48 
48 
51 
51 
61 
52 



P22 

P 7 
26 
P22 
P24 
P26 
P 8 
p23 
P 9 
Pll 
Pll 
P30 
P2d 



Sept. 43 
June 44 
June 46 
Jan, 4) 
Oct. 48 
Oct. 48 
Dec. 48 
Mar. 49 
Auff. 60 
April 51 
AprU6l 
Jan. 52 
July 62 



P 22 Sept. 43 
P 29 Dec. 43 
('23 Aug. 44 

22 May 45 
P 3 Apr. 46 

30 Mar. 47 

7 Dec. 44 

P 10 Mar. 47 

p 11 April 61 

P 17 Oct. 61 



BRBY.-KAJ* 



I Oaplal« Bvtttr Mrt ^d witk ibe 7tk Ora* 
go6D Oaarat against the Imutfeni Baen 14 
Sotitn XMct lA XM0; Stitf la Um Kallr wat 
of 184B-7. 

4 J>oetor Jopp Mrted with tks QdMo'f Boj- 
ak during t£e eamiMilgn of 1844-4A la thi 
w« , SoDthem Concan and Sawant V^arrec eoontrn 
KA ' IneludiDf (he itormingof tarrral ttoekadn,and 
^^;the iQTcctioent and capum of the Fortt of 
*^ Monotaur and tf ttmunUMh. 



Pi^fiiiu^er.— William Stuart, ll Jan. 50; Qf. Maitir, 10 July 86. 
Atguiant.—LUutJohn Rotton, 18 Sept. 48. 

Quarter-Master.'^'thomta Hamilton MiHs. 16 Feb. 44; Ens, 9 June 43. 
Surgeon, — JamrS Jopp,* M.D. 1 Jan. 47; Asngt.-Surg. 22 Feb. 39. 
Aitiit^-Surgeaits.'^'ffViWnn Mtlli Dowdhig, 9 May, 45. 

Oeorge Frederick Boae, M. D., Dee. 45. 
.^Mft^Orass Green. — ^A^en^i, Messrs. Cox& Co. 



viihtbtSSiil 
Iha ilgwrMiihi af I— wnghw, 
beiagi^ani 



Mw^najt i» oniin «e beiag •)» An% ^"^ JF^ 

ant Mloitf bom Im ciMnf at tb« battle of Hyderabad. 



t the oytratloat i« Stiaie (amM) 
19 th« b«nlts af M aeaMt aad BydAal 

•••c«Md the •Mny'a 



0b Chatl«« Waaler, and wat 
(a«reialy«o«Med). flc «aa 
aad alao aa harteg ukaa iba 



188 



T«ftn'8err. 
65 

Fall I Hftlf 
Paj.lPay. 






«7 
18 
26 
24 



18 
17 
16 
16 
16 
13 
12 
11 
10 
12 

11 

11 

10 



g 

8 
8 
6 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 

5 

4 
4 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 

17 



11 
6 

18 
7 
7 






















































37M {The North Hampshire) Regt of Foot f^^jfjif^f^^ 

« MINDEN"— " TOURNAY'"— " rBKINSULA.** 



CoUmeU 
William Smelt,' CB. Cornet^ 16 March 98; lAeui. 11 Dec. 00; Capi. 21 March 

05 ; M€^or^ 28 Jan. 08 ; Lt.-CoL 4 June 14; Col. 22 July SO ; M^d&r^Gon. 

23 Not. 41 ; Lieut.-Qen. 11 Not. 51 ; Col, 37th Foot, 11 April 61. 
Xieii^.-Col0iie2f.^FrancIa Skelly, JBnt. p6 July, 26; Ueut, 18 Sept. 28; Cfl^. 

P21 Sept. 32; Jlfi|/or, p2 July, 41 ; Zttfu/.-Co/. 3 Sept 47. 
Egerton Charles Wm. MUes Milman, Em. & Lieut, p 24 April 36 ; LUut. k Copt. 

P5 Feb. 41 ; Capt. k Lieut.-CoL p 7 April 48. 
Mqfors.--Qnbert Wm. Francklyn, £nt. p30 AprU, 27; LietU. 23 Not. 30; 

Capt. PO Dec 36; Af^or, P27 Aug. 41 ; Brev.'Lt.-Col. 11 Not. 61. 
Franklin LuBhington,* CB. JS!ru. P 16 July, 20; Lieut. 10 Oct. 33; Capi. 

P30 0ct38; Brev.-Mty'or, 23 Dec. 42 ; Jf itfor, p 5 Not. 47. 



Captains. 

John Owen Lewis 

Eliott Thomas Seward . • 
Bdward D. Atkinson .... 
Arthur M. Alex. Bowers 
Henry Macmanus Sail*. . 
Robert Presoott Harrisou 
Raymond Richard Pelly 
Louis Henry Bedford . . 
William Alex. FUder.... 
John Clutterbuck 

LlBUTBNAKTB. 

Joseph Jones, a^^ani . . 
Wm. Joseph Battlgette. . 

Charies Luzmoore 

James Henry Wyatt .... 
ThomasMichaelsonMachel 
Edward Joseph N. Burton 
John LcTersage George. . 

John Brown 

Thomas Jackson 

John Qrattan Anderson . . 

Joseph Hobson 

Francb Hubble Douce . . 

William Baker 

Bhsiohs. 

Raynsford Taylor 

Robert William Webb .. 
Oeorge William SuTage 
William Henry Henzell. . 
Edward Abbot Anderson 
CluuEdwJUcougfa ETered 
John Deering Collum . 
Fred. John Nash Ind • 



BNSION. 



P 11 July 35 
P 9 Dec 36 
p 6 Oct. 37 
P 29 Dec 37 

8 Dec 37 
P 28 July 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 

27 May 42 
P 27 Oct. 43 
Pi»Oct. 41 

7 Jan. 42 
P 17 June 42 
P 17 Not. 43 
P20 8ept.44 
P 4 April 46 
P 13 June 45 
P 4 July 46 

5 Feb. 47 
P 1 May 4G 

31 July 46 
P20 Not. 46 
P Apr. 47 
P28 April 48 

P 8 Dec 48 
20 July 40 
23 Not. 49 

P 12 April 50 
16 Not. 50 

P 23 Jan. 52 

p 9 July 52 



1.IBUT. 



9 July 38 
P 16 Feb. 39 
P 28 July 40 
P 2 July 41 

1 Sept. 40 
P17 June42 
20 May 44 
P 22 Dec 43 
P 28 Dee. 46 
P 4 July 45 

29 Dec. 45 
P 30 Dee. 45 
p 1 May 46 
P26 June46 
P 2 Oct 46 
P20NOT.46 
P 2 Mar. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 
1 Aug. 49 
P 1 Mar. 60 
P 7 June 50 
P26Dec 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



P29 0ct 41 
P17 June 42 
P20Feb. 46 
P26June46 
12 Sept. 48 
P 8 Feb. 50 
P 7 June 60 
P 8 Mar. 60 
p80Jan. 62 
p 12 Oct 62 



p 23 Not. 62 

Pffym<i««er.-^illian Madaine Ross, 27 Dec. 60; JSns. 8 May, 36; X#. Aw. 
39 ; Capt. 4 Sept. 49. -vf f -^ 

Aiffutani.^Lieut. Joseph Jones, 2 April, 42. 
Qifffrter-lTafier.^Richard Bunn, 3 Dec 47* 

SurgeoH^^ohn Charles Cameron, M.D. 15 April 44 ; Js$igt.»Surg* 27 Mar. 86. 
ilsriflaitf-Acrf0oiM.--James William Fleming, 27 Oct. 46. 

Alexander Smith, M.D. 7 Aug. 4a 
Faeinifi YeHow.^AgentM, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Li«iit.-0«Mnl SiBslI Mrrcd la ths Ain«ffcM war, and ««• prannt st th« tsUoff of Plsttibarf , 
sod euMur* of Oiwtfo, action of Lndj*§ Um, itonDlng of Fort Erie, Itih Aag . IS14, wbM« Im 
Mvnrcly Mid danforoosly voaadod. Btrrcd sIm dannf tbo Bvrmns wir, hi 1894. t5. sad part of 
and WM pmeot at ibo eapturt of Baaaooo, aad other aetloat la Ava. 

1 MiUor L iMh ta gtoB wrvcd tlw canpalfa of 184t la Af^tliaalMan (Msdal), aad was Mvtialy wondsd. 

t (Vtaia.BaU MTTod with ihs lOih Foot la Um Pai^aab campalfa of ISM-O, iadudlat Um whols of the 
•kn ogsfatioM bvtort Moollui, vtpabo of tkm mtmj aad algM attack apoa tba Brtttah eama at Matiis 
Thai ITth Aas. IS48; astloa of dooiJIuMiad aad eapcart of tho oanaj't gmm Mot. 7lh« 



k«l|btt and Mibiirto Saioio Moollao Uae. tTIk t aad wi i is u S n of tho fortraw ttad Jaa. ]«49| alMr whicli 

^^**^ *>>«>CooltaBfi>rwthsafa7aadarLordOo«fl^sadwaipnMBtsttlMfeailioefOo4trat(llsdsl 
aad twoClsips)* 



•t Goiport. ] 381* ( The 1st Stafardakhre) BegU of Foot. 189 

' XOVTB YlOaO"— ^' BOLMA"— *• YlMMmA"— " COAUirSA"— BVSACO"— ** BAOAJOS"— '* SAI.AVAVOA"— 
•* VlTTOaiA"— •* BT. SBSAtTXAS"— *• MlTa"'— *• PUTUItVLA"— '* ATA.'» 

ColoneL 
9 ^091. Hugh Arbathnott,! CB. JSns. 18 May, 06; Zt, 16 Sept 96; Capt. 

20 March, 00; M^^or, Sd Nor. 04; Lt.^CoL May, 11 ; Co/. 10 July, 21 ; 

Mqfifr'G€m. 2S July, 30; Lt.-Oen. 23 Kot. 41 ; Col. 38th Regt. 4 iipril 43. 

Xt«ttf.-Co2(NieI. 
flrir John Campbell,* Bart. Em, 26 Not. 21 ; JU^u^. 1 July, 24 ; Capt. p 11 July, 

26; Mc^ar, P20 Dec. 37 ; LUut.-Col P 7 Aug. 40 ; Col. 11 Nov. 61. 
Jiri|/orj.*-John Jackaon Lowth,' JEtu. 3 July, 24 ; LUut, 11 Sept. 26 ; Capt, 

>23 Mar. 32 ; Mi^or, p 12 June, 40; Brev.'Lt.'CoL 11 Nov. 61. 
Jamea Pattoun Sparka, Sns. 27 July 16 ; Lieut. 30 July 18 ; Capt. 6 Sept. 26 ; 

Brevet MqjOTy 23 Not. 41 ; Brevet Lt^Cd. 11 Not. 61 ; 3f^;or, 6 July 62. 



TMiVStrr. 


67 


yiiii 


Half 


P*y. 


Pay. 


90 


lA 


29 





38 





22 





97 





21 





12 





16 





16 





14 





13 





11 





to 





10 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





8 





4 





4 





13 


1ft 


3 





6 





3 





8 





2 





2 





3 





1 















14 










13 





16 





1 






Captains. 



BMSION. 



Jot. Samuel Adamaon 
John Gage Lecky • . . 
John W. 8. Smith*... 
Jamea S. Hawker 
Robert Charlea Sinclair. . 
William Jamea Loftua . . 

Arthur Layard 

Henry Holden 

Edward Thomaa Gloster 
QuataTua Hume 

LlBUTBKANTB. 

Samuel Hackett 

Cha. F. Torrens Daniell 
Lttdford Harvey Daniel . . 
Charlea Edward Johns . . 
Horatio Page Vance .... 
James Thomas Cluster . . 
A. Campbell Snodgrass . . 
Wm.Rob.Crawrord Potter 
Frederick Beswick, ad^. 

Juhn Stratton 

Thomas Eyre Lambert . . 
ITon. Cha. John Addington 
John Crosby Vaughan 

EKSiowa. 
Rowland Hill Gordon 
Compton A. S. Diekios 
Arthur Brooksbank ... 
Owen G. Saunders Da vies 
Peter Wright Breton 
Sidney Oodolphin Quicke 
Henry Broome Feilden 
De Vic Tupper 



P 16 Mar. 31 
P 22 April 26 
3 Feb. 32 
2 April 41 
P 23 Aug. 37 
P 9NOT.38 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P 13 May 42 
P 30 May 43 

P 20 Oct. 43 
3 Jan. 46 
P 9 June 46 
P26June46 
P 3 Dee. 47 

10 Sept 48 
P 6 Oct. 48 
P30Dec. 46 

23 Mar. 40 
Pll May 49 
P 24 Not. 38 
P 16 Aug. 60 

22 Dec. 48 

P 12 Dec. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P21 Not. 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 18 May 50 
OJnly 62 
P21 Sept. 62 
Pi6 Oct. 62 



LIEUT. 



P 27 Sept. 33 

P 26 Mar. 29 

4 Aug. 37 

P 2 June 43 

P 21 Sept. 39 

P 8 Not. 42 

P29Dec. 40 

22 Mar. 44 

3 Jan. 46 

P 9 June 46 

P 3 Dee. 47 
7 Mar. 49 
P 27 April 49 
P 27 July 49 
P 20 Dec 60 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 7 Not. 61 
P2e Dec. 46 
19 Mar. 62 
P 14 Oct. 61 
P 12 Feb. 41 
P 30 July 62 
P21Sept. 62 



CAPTAIK. 



P 1 Dec. 37 
P 10 April 40 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P 28 April 48 
p 27 July 49 
P 19 July 60 
19 Msr. 52 
9 July 62 
p 30 July 62 
P21 Sept. 62 1 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



11 Not. 61 
do 
do 



% Sir John Campbtll atrved 
tbionghoat th« BurmaM war 
r HedalX from l«h April, ]8t4 to 
ht conclutioo In Fab. ISS^ as 
Alde-d«-eamp to Sir Archibald 
OampbalU 

a U.-i;ol. Lowth Mrred with 
the asth io the Banacee war 
(Medal), and waa praiant at the 
aflUre or SemUke and Nepadle, 
and attack and capture of Mel- 
ioon and of Pegham Mew. 



Paynuu^er.— Robert Scott, 20 Feb. 62 ; Mm. 31 May, 39 ; Lieut, p 14 Apr. 43. 
Ai^ant.^Lieut. Frederick Beswick, 9 July 62. 
Qtcar^er-jlfdut^r.— James Twibill, 8 May, 40; Em. 7 May, 40. 
5tir^efm.~Frederick Foaker, 23 March 47 ; Attiet.^Surg. 19 Oct. 38. 
Aftttt.'Surgeen.—T^ODiM, Sinclair Smith, 27 Feb. 62. 

Faemg$ Yellow. — Agewt$y Cox k Co. 
[Returned from Nova Scotia 26 Aug, 1861.] 

1 Ueat.-Oeneral the Honoorable Hugh Arbuthnott wired with the 40th at the Helder, In 1790 ; ako on 
the expeditton to the Baltic, and banie of Copenhagen, In 1801. In July 1807, embarked with tha expe- 
dition to Zealand, and was preeent at the ilege and capture of Copenhagen. Accompanied the expedition to 
Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain under Sir John lloore, and was prrtent at the bettle of 
Ckminna. Barred also In the Penlniula under the Duke of Wellington, and commanded the flSnd at the 
battle of Bueaco, for which he hae recelTcd the gold medal : be has alto received the silver War Medal with 
two claspe for Comnaa and Faentee d'Onor; and the Hmrnl War Medal for Copenhagen. 

4 M^|or Smith commanded a detachment of the 88th Regiment In ow-operatlon with a Naval expedi- 
tion nitder Captain Lock in the aerent, In boats, of the river St. Juan de Nicaragua, central America, In 
1S4B, Including the aeeault and capture of the pjrt of Serapiqui, and eurreuder of the Porte oi Cattallo 
l^ltjo and St. Carloe. Ha aleo aoeoropanled Captain Lock to tbe town vi Grenada, and wae preeent at tha 
dellharatloni and condntlon of a treatj with the Nioaragna commiasloaert. 



m 

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la 

ss 
:| 

if 

1:3 



1 90 39/A ( 2%<f Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot. ["ToSSUr ** 

• Mahabajpoab." Coloimi, 

Qeorge Barrel]/ CB. J?iu. 4 Feb. 97 ; Xieti/. 3 May, 97 ; C^. 10 Aug. 05 j 
itf<y<>r, aO April, 07 ; Lieut.-Col, 4 Jsne, 18j CW« M July, 90) i€<^ar- 
Geti. 38 So^. 41 ; Utui.^Oen, 1 1 Kor. 01. 

Thomas Wright^' CB. BnsAS Dec. 12; Lieut. 22 April, 14; Cop*. »14 Jiil7,25; 

Mqfor, P 10 Mar. 87 ; I,ieut,'Coi. i4 Apr. 89) C«l. 11 Kof . 01« 
A^i|;9rt.'-*Robert Newport Tialey,* Bm. 4 April, 82) LUni. p 19 Jaly, 83; 

Capt, P 15 Dee. 40) Br€ff.-Mi^or, 11 Kot. 61 ) ACi#«r« ^10 Feb. 08. 
WUliam Manro,« Snt. p 20 June 84 ) Liiut. p 1 April 86 ; Capi. 2 ialy 44 ; 

Mqfort P 7 May 52. 



is 

II 
I 

» a 

la 

• a 

11 

Is- 



•2 

1 



Yettn' S«rr. 


6(5 


Full 


fUit 


P»y. 


P»y. 


40 


A 


21 





19 





22 





26 





21 





16 





10 





14 





10 





10 





7 





15 





14 





18 


■ 



12 

12 

12 

9 

7 
5 

4 
4 
8 
7 

8 

2 



12 
7 

4 

42 

6 

















CAPTAIMa. 

Arthur Herbert* 

Charles D. Campbell* . . 
Henry Aag. Btraehan^ . . 
William Claiges Wolfe . . 
Thomas Wright Hudson 
Thomas Edw. Wilbraham 
Robert Hamiltoa Carrie* 
William Leekie .•••<•.. 
Charles Denison Pedder 
Chas. Tho. Hamiltoa* . . 

LlBUTBHAHTll. 

Wm. Newport Tinley* . . 

9 Francis Gee* 

Simon Gtoorgo Newport* 

Henry Dros Oaynoi'** . • 
,' William Oreenham .... 

/ames Agnew . . . • • 

I Wm. Heniy Wilsan, A4f, 
I Lewis Sufford Northeote 
I Thomas Fraser Dixon • • 



BNS109. 



P 18 Jan. 81 
p OAag.27 

2) Sept. 32 
P 80 Oct. 35 
p 16 June 37 
P 8Mar.d8 
p 26 Dee. 38 

10 Nov. 43 
P 7 July 46 
P 17 Feb. 86 

P 15 Not. 89 
18 Sept. 40 

8 Aug. 41 
P81 Dee. 41 

27 Aug. 41 
220et 44 

9 June 46 
P24Jnne46 

10 April 49 
P 4 May 49 
1 Feb. 60 



Robert Bmome Baker 

W. Bucks HardingWaner ; p 

Bd. Beaochamp Maunsell p 2 Oet 46 

Thomas CarpendaleBalrdP 15 Feb. 50 

Bnsiokb* I 

Frederick Wilmot Foster jP 17 June 51 



Lr1lt7t« 



9 Sept. 84 
3 May 33 

2Juned5 
P 10 Mar.d? 

30 Oct. 40 
P 21 May 41 
P 14 Feb. 40 

16 April 45 
P27 Dee. 50 
P 19 July 38 

P 11 June 41 
5 June 43 
2 July 44 

2 Aug. 44 
11 Dec. 46 

P2dJBne46 
1 May 51 
P 16 Jan. 52 
P 10 Feb. 52 
p 2 Apr. 52 
P 7 May 52 

3 Apr. 49 
23 ^OT. 52 



dAPTAIV. 



Pdl Dec. 41 
24 AprU 48 

6 Juaa 48 

7 Aug. 46 
7Dec 40 

20 Mar. 46 
p 10 Feb. 62 
P 9 Apr. 59 
P 7 May 69 

23 Not. 59 



BBBT.-MAJ. 



30 AprU 44 



11 Dr. Bartftf ss»ts4 la lbs Pisisieto, anu 

pMMst SI tlM bSMlS of aaiSMSatS. for 

wUeb bs km tsssATsi ths illTsr Ww Mcd^J 
with one dstp. 



s 





Ralph BdwardCarr ....;pl3Feb. 52 

WiUiam OammeU p12 Mar. 52 

Norman Macdooald .« ..[P 14 May 52 

Charles MilUgan ....^.^Pll Juaa 62 

Arthur J. P. Wadman ..i 23 Nor. 52 

Charles Burch Philllppe | 23 Not. 62 

Thos. Westropp Bennett 'p 17 Dec. 52 

Paymorler.—Samuel Bennison,*^* 5 Not. 62 ; Qm^ier^Moitert l9 Jnly 41 . 

A4fuimni.^Lieut, Wm. Hen. Wilson, 20 AprU 49. [Mar. 10) C^t. 18 Feb. 27. 

Quarter- Jfasfcr.^Adam M*Bride, 2 Oet. 49. 

A Surgton.—^ John Metge Bartley." M.D. 31 Aug. 26; ilMisr.-i9iiiy.97 Dee. 10. 

Aui§i, ^vryaon.— John Sheldon Furloag, MD. 19 Not. 47. [Bt^ Amdt, k, C«. 
Pacings Qreeo.-*^|ieia#, Messrs. Cox U Co.-- Jriih AgmU$f Sir B. R. Borough, 
I [Returned frrnn Bengal 9 June, 1847.] 

1 Ll«au-0«ii«ral BvrtU MrrvA «l Um esflar* of G«adftloap« In IStO; and lh« esoipaicn of ItU \n 
Upp«r Caoaam. SerTed alto In China (Medal) and eommandod the land furco at tba ii«t caa**'* ol 
Chiuan, and a brigade at the attack upon Canton. He bu received the Silver War Medal wtth ona Cla»r 
for GoadaIoup<>. 

S Coloarl Wrlfbt trrred ttit eampalta aialMI lb» t<ili af Oooit ta fOl. ad nc«fv«d a very ti»weln |af y hi ih» tt«Hi 
tf| la t«adia« Oie adroiMd ettark M the uking of tfet (toeliada of Ptortepatua, fbt a«nif»r Macftaie «nh» OMit tavrttAf • 
la I6Se be «■• raployed lo ihe opcrMlMu Sfiinti anroeal, wmk wm w wr rty mA daa|»ff«artf va^rfei M ib» mMut m 
Socipoffv «n flM Wife or Oct. Ro eowaMri4d ■ SriceSr la tho taMlo af MiSi^f (Vedi*) •■ Ike SStt ttaa. lao m 
wbicb actloa bl« bono «a« tbof aaiWr Mot ia laMaf ibobliiif at Obaaaia. 

» Mi^jof Tbtfvy •gfwJ in» 1 Miiaii ^UMl^r a^iliafCoaitla iSSi. Me vai eka fNaaata *e bal* ol MahM^^n. 
SMS Doc. IS«S (Mfdat). aad vao wmol) -"rfr^ 

4 M<|or Muf >orn< tm Sdjltof the SMS ia Ifco M<ioaa» MabM^lpaw.—S waaeavewaly n lali I (fSq. 

5 M^lror OiiaibiU. Copia. Bottcr^ Canto aaS H«anMa. JJcaik T>al i|, Plfaa. MowfaM, and aa ^ ■^^ at n aS •« 
dM a«l«i at dM aciiaa of Mabai^fora on dM MS iMa. ISOi Moiar CwanliiiH. O^iJM B aifcaitaad 0«fi«a» aad L 
Kcwpoffi, ««rr tUfbdr •oaadoS. 

7 CapL SlrachM lOTvcd ih» caavelffB afafmt tho a«iab of Coofg, la 1SS4. 

9 Ll Goo lorvod ta tho PoniaMito froa Mil to ISI4. aad waa ptoooai at Vlttorta. Stovaffa Ea* aaat Mag 
Paav^laaa, Nlvoilo. Nivo, Sayouo. Oarrte, OitlMo. mS Ttevtoaot i he ha* laeelvad tba War Modal with ala nM*a. la 
was alM acoMwt ta tho oockw at Mabandpofo. aa the ttib Dor. leiL 

10 FaywuMor Booaltoa waa ptOMWl at dial laaoaUMo caCaattopba. the baialat of 
Say of Bioaay. ow the lot March. ISIS. Bo Mwod with tho •lot duaaffboo* the Myalga of IStt la 
(MoSal) aaSor Maim^Qoaoral PoUoeh. lacla^iag tho acttoaa of Maaacaa, Toa««w aaS iagdaUaOh. dto triapatlao d 
CahoaU aad tho dlSWaoai oa«a«o*oau loodtaf to It. Ho oorrod alaa tho aaaipalfa aa the Satt^ aad waa pioaoM I 




WSS^SSS^'^I 4«tt ( Tite itut Somtrteukife) Regt. of Foot. I9l 

Tht tpkim, «itk Mm wo#tf ** mathr «b M« e«M of lh« Vlftrik OottpMlfli. •• Movra TlvMr*->-** lUnitiil*'-. 

-**'OATRlt»~«*TOVLOU8B~^'*PMXiri01Jk''— •« WATBB1.00**— "CAITBABAB," "GHUZirBX And GABOOX. 
lMS,"«MAXABAJrOBB." ^*«WV*, 

9 lltt /STir Akxander Woodford,* GCB. GCMO. JEn$. 6 Dec. 94; LUui. 15 
July, 96 ; Capt, U Dec. 99 ; Capt. k, LietU.-CoL 8 Mar. 10; Col. 4 June, 14 : 
Mqfcr-Gen. 37 lUy, 25; Xini^.-Gm. 28 June, 38; Col. 40th Foot! 
26 Aprils 42. 

Lieui-Cd, — Thomas James Valiant, Sns. 29 May, 28; Lieut, P17 Dec. 29 : 
Ca^. 9 1 May, 36 ; M^oofTt p 10 July. 46 ; L%mU.^CoL p 25 June 52. 

jrq;or«.— John Martin Bladen Neill,' Mm. f 22 Mar. 33 ; X«. p 9 Jan. 85 : Capt. 
P 11 Mar. 42 ; MqjOTf p 8 June 49. 

Arthur Leslie, Ens. p 20 Not. 38; Lieui, P 6 Majf 4A', Capt. p 3 April 46 ; 
ilf<f^or, P26 June 62. 



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Capt AIMS. 
Thomas L. K. Nelson^ • . . 
John W. Tlkcnuis^ ...... 

RobertOafey* 

Fra. Brookman Morley* 
Hans TboiiuM Fell White 
R. John Lechmere Goore 
Aldborevgh Rich. Roudle 
Wm. Helsliaa Candler • . 

Robert Hare « . 

Thomas George Gardiner 

LlBUTSMAlfTS. 

R. HiUMerlbrd Eagar/ r. 
Riehardf Dawson/ d. pm 

Hy. Ghristoph«rWlse,a4r. 
George Owen Bowdler 
Daniel Penuelatber . . 
Fred. Samael Blyth 
FiBoeis Henry Atherley 
John Edward Brodhorst 
Williatn 0*Hafa. «...<•• 
Alfred A. Wade Lek 
Lewis Trelawny Clark 
Charles Henry Hidl 
W. H. Horndon Messenger 

Ensigns. 
Fred. C. H. S. Baddeley 
Thomas M.Bruce Gardyne 
Geo. A. Bentley Buckle 
A. Haggerston Stephens 

Theophilus Bolton 

Arthur Fred. Fitz Simons 



• • «. 



. «. 



• 4 . a 



EKSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



25 KOY. 31 
7 Jone 80 

15 Not. 80 
P 6 Apr« 39 
P 12 May 43 
P27 Jvnt46 

28 Feb. 44 
P 8NoT«48 
P 7 May 47 
P 15 May 47 

P 18 April 89 
P 21 May 41 

26 Kov. 47 
20 May 48 

P 18 Aug. 48 
P 4 May 49 
P 8June49 
P17 8ept.49 
P] 8 Sept. 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 9 Not. 49 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 19 July 50 



29 Jan. 36 
P 7 Sept. 41 

19 Not. 41 

27 May 42 
P 14 May 47 
P 14 May 47 
P31 July 4% 
P 13 Feb. 46 
Pl8Aii«. 48 

12 Aug. 49 

10 July 41 
14 April 43 
Pll Sept. 49 
PlSSept. 49 
P21 Dec. 49 
P 19 July 50 
9 13 Deo. 50 
P 24 Jan. 51 
P30May 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P18 Jum62 
P 26 June 52 
p 5 Not. 52 



f 10 Jaly 46 
P 14 Mfty 47 
f 14 May 47 
1" 18 Aug. 48 
p 18 Dee. 50 
p 84 Jan. 51 
pSOMay 61 
28 Aug. 60 
)P 26 June 52 
6 Not* 62| 



CAPTAIN. 



BHEV.-MAJ. 



P20Oet« 49 

p 17 Jan. 51 

p 14 Feb. 61 

P17 Jnoedl 

P21 NoT< 61 

P 9 July 52 

Philip George Hewett 1 p 1 July 52 

Robert Richardson Ellis 'p23 Not. 52 

Paynuu^er.— Fred. Montagu Hockings.20 April 49; 2?im.20 May 42; Ideui. 

Ai^tant,^IA€%a. Henry Christopher Wlae, 21 Not. 51. [p 10 July 46 

(punter* Jfnsetfr.— Thomas Walter HiTes,^ 25 Oct. 42. 

Snryem^— Adolphus Collings, M.D., 20 Not. 46 ; AmBt.'Surg. 26 Feb. 41. 

^im^.-iSi ur^sMf.— Thomas Ligertwood, MB., 14 Not. 51. 

William Tidmas, 1 1 June 52. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ft Co. -^JmA AgentSt Sir £. R. Borough, 
[Metumedfram Indian Feb. 1846.] [Bt., Annit, & Co. 

I sir atenodn WooUtoitf ter? ed In tfbe Mb la North BoUaad, and wu Mvercly woandeS on the iWb Sepi t7t9. Served 
in tb€ CoTdttfcaflB Guard* a( the ctpture of Copenhagea In 1807. Serted on the Staff In Sicily, in tSBS, 9, end 18. Commanded 
fht Light BattaHott of the Sricade of Guards, at the ilege of Cludad Bodrigo, eapturc of Bad^oi. battle of Salamanca, eap. 
tnre of Madrid, and at the riege of Surgoe. Oonunanded Ortt battalioo ColdaUeam Ouardt at the battle of Vittoria, eaptare 
of Saa SohaitlMi, at tho NiveUoi the Nivei and faiTeetmcnt of Bayeme. Cumnaaded the Mcead battalion ai the battle of 
Waterloo, ■nrrendcr of Paris, and dnring Mm oeengn t lo n in Ftaafee. Sir Alexander has received the gold nedai and two 
clasps for the battle* of Sal— infi. TMorin. and the Nive i and the aUTer War Medal wMi one claip Car Ciudad Rodrigv and 
WtwUak 

S LL-OttL SaetMi served the caavalgm of 1819 sad IS la the Penianla, with the 6Bth Light lafhalry, and wm severely 
woMdad alts* ban* or VHlBvta by two gnaaholv lodged la Ibe body, oae of whleh ha* nm been cBlnetcd. He has leevlvcd 
tbr siltef War Heddl with oae etarp An Vhtorhu 

3 M*jor Bladen Netll, and Captain Carey served throughout the operatloas la Caadabar and In ASIthanisiatt in ISf I 
aflitf 41; and have received (he medaL 

Caplalas T. L. K. Nebon. and tlioaiaai LleiitenaaC Bagar (ieverely wounded at teal Badam) and Qoarter-isaater 
Rlvatb setved thtoughoot the ope r atloas la Candahar and In ASkl»Bl*tan In 1641 and 4t, and have revolved the aiedaL 

la tho action of Mahan^pore, 19th Dec. 184.1, and have reeciwd the Bioate Star i Ll Ma§v 
sUghtfy wounded, and Capta. T. L. R. Nelson and Thoous •ere seversly wonadad. Ci^ Nelson was Adfalaat ef ih* 

MIS, aa well as at Mahtf^peret where he had a horse shot I 
ef MahaiB|pns,dndfci 



— k.Ml. ^r U,M^»wmUmA mtA k. 



*<»*<t fhj> ntMlal 



tim »■• 



192 41#^ ( Tke Welsh) Begiment of Foot [»»«»• S^S^aJJi*" **' 

Oa tba Ootoon ud Appolalmatf, tb« PHnot i^f WalsiFa Plume, with tb« motto^ ** 0im|I An§€u im 
Ckpmii^dd.**^" D«T«oiT"— ^ Qu»wwTOw«"— •« Miami"--" IfiAOAmA"—**ATA." 

•■CiirsASAB, QauiXBB, tad Caboo&i 1848." 

Ka 9 Charles Ashe a'Court/ CB. KH. Ens, 17 Dec. 01 ; Lieut. 2 Sept. OS; Capi^ 

25 July, 04 ; Mqfor, 86 Feb. 1 1 ; Lieut, -Ccl. 19 May, 13; CM. 99 Jnly, 90 ; 

Aft^or-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Lxeut,-Gen. 11 Noy. 61 ; Co/. 4l8t Foot, 6 Feb. 48. 

£iru#.-Co2one/.— George Carpenter, ^JSVu. 1 Oct. 18; Lieut, 1 Mar. 90; Cmpi^ 

31 3A ' ^ ^^^ ^ ' Brevet'Me^or, 28 June, 38 ; Afq;cr, P22 July, 45 ; Lieut. ^CM* 

^ P27Dec.50. 

16 jri|/or#.— Augnatos J. W. Northey, J?fi#. P14 July, 37 ; Xieic/. p3 July, 40 ; 
Copf. P27 Sept. 44 ; Mtyor^ P27 Dec. 50. 

17 Jamea Biiuui,^ Ene. 25 Mar. 36; Lieut. 16 Aug. 38; Capt. 9 Oct. 46; lfq;or, 
P 26 Noy. 62. 



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18 

18 

16 

14 

14 

9 

10 

11 

8 



11 
7 


8 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 

4 
8 
3 
9 
2 
9 
1 



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Pay. 



6 

5 

39 

12 

7 




































A 




A 






Captaihs. 
Hairy Law Maydwell'. 

George Begot,! 

Robert Pratt* 

Chaa. Timothy Tuckey* 

GrenTllle O. Wella 

Julius Bdmund Goodwyn 
Rich. Oliver Fra. Steward 
Joseph Gostling Egginton 
Henry Warter Meredith 
Him. Richard Handcock 

LlBUrBNANTS. 

Ed. R. Wethered, d. pm. 

George Sklpwith 

William Hunt 

Wm. Johnstone, d. tui^. . 
Charies Pdgue Bertram 
Robert Cary Barnard, ad. 
Cbas. YeWerton Balguy 
GeorgeWilliam Alexander 

Edwin Richards 

William Lawes 

Hugh Rowlands 

Fred. Cberbnxgh Bligh . . 
Henry Stratton Bush. . . . 

BNSioNa. 
George Robert Fits Roy 

WilUamAUan 

John William Swaby • . 

Alfied Taylor 

Hugh Charles Harriott. . 
G. W. Wallace Carpenter 
Edward Every 



BNsion. 



21 Aug. 36 
26 July 35 
P 16 June 37 
" 28 June 30 
P 20 Dec. 30 
P 5 Jan. 44 
P 29 Sept. 43 
P30Sept.42 
P 6 Jane 45 
P 12 Apr. 44 

P 5 Aug. 42 

P 3 Not. 46 

P 19 Not. 44 

30 Dec. 45 

P 6 Feb. 47 

P 10 Mar. 47 

P 14 May 47 

P 19 Not. 47 

23 Feb. 40 

10 Apr. 49 

P 26 Sept 49 

P 15 Mar. 50 

P 16 Mar. 50 

P 23 Not. 40 
P 12 July 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
16 May 51 
p 17 June 51 
P July 62 



LI BUT. 



28 Sept. 38 

7 Oct. 37 

27 June 30 

2 Oct. 41 
22 Not. 42 

6 June 45 

26 Sept. 45 
9 Dec. 45 

3 Not. 46 
3 Apr. 46 

24 May 44 

15 Oct. 47 

25 Aug. 46 

21 Feb. 50 

22 Feb. 50 
22 Mar. 50 

3 May 50 

7 June 60 

27 Dec 50 
22 Oct. 60 
21 Apr. 51 
25 June 52 
96 Not. 59 



CAPTAIN. 



P 15 April 42 
4 July 45 
P 93 Sept. 45 
p 3 Not. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 3 May 50 
P 7 June 50 
P 10 Sept.50 
P25 June62 
P 26 Not. 62 



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BBBT.-MAJ. 



19 0et« 40 



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ilM Mdi aaf . •• OodMk MKi tka 
ith Stye bdbn Obaaa^ ite •«. 
capatioB aad Strt i a niu a af tiMt 



aai or Caboal. aai tka ^a- 
laattl t<Bif 
Ite BoImi aad KkYfecv FMiii (ll«- 
ial\. H« MTvaiaka with tte SIM 
iaiiaf tha owpalia aatkatalJ^ 
{Umiak), >a4 was fiaMat ia 
battin af 



Paymaster.—Hiot. Miller Creagh, 21 June 39 ; JBn$. 23 Feb. 25 ; X#. 6 Mar. 96. 
Atffutant.-^Lieut. Robert Cary Barnard, 15 Not. 50. 
Quarter'Master.^Archlbtdd Elliott, 21 July, 48 ; Em. 31 March. 48. 
Surgean.—9 Wm. Mortimer Wllkins,* 23 Dec. 36 ; As$iit.-8urg. 99 Jone, 96 ; 
Amst.'Surgeone, — DaTid Stewart,* 3 Dec. 41. [Hoep.'Aseiet» 10 Jan. 14. 

Richard Woodley, MB., 14 April 46. 
Facings Whlte.-^Agentt, Messrs. Cox tc Co.— JrisA Agents^ 5ir B. B. 

Borough St., Armit, & Co. 

>t« eawaaai ia ISM to tte A4iiatkk to attack tiM idn^ af 



Oaactal vkta tka 



lUcat.<0«acfala'Coatt«ao4ctackaioaaMfaiat«eaauaaai la ISSf to tka A4iiatk^ to attack tiM MnSi af l^writfau 

aad la tho mmm yaw ka — riwe j l at the mtf of Scylia. Ia 18»7 kc Mnci ia Imt, aad wa» piaMai at tka Matanaf 

AInaaim, aad h iW actioa near aoMita. At tkt cwgo aad captaia of flaaU ■aata b« was la ckaryt af thodMrtvr. 

MastcroOcacfal'a 4*pafiawatt ka vat also at tkt akac of Carrf ia tk« ■bbi* year. Be vm AMa-4a-caaw ta thiAibalaM* 

mt l a aSii la BkOy. ia ISOli mal coBuua4e4 tke odvaaee-gaaii to vkick a«arij Ifmr Miaaani lai 

,aadk«ptffMaallTeiftaf«dtk0cacaiy*BaUiaSard. * ^ -^ ' ^t iTif !■ Bliltj. flftlm, iii J liij, | 

eat ot tk« ricM ofl^mgoaa. aetioa at TiUa Piaaco, aad retreat tnm tkcac«t ■abw^aratly at tiM aaoHMttaa of 

, raptasi af Gcaoa* alcgt of Savoaa, aad laatly ot tka aafreaicr af Naylca la ISIS. 

1 Cape MafdvoU Mrrtd la tka COfllr caatpalga Itam ISM to ISftt w ■llitaryw cw t aiy to Sir Barry SMridk 

S Capiaiaa Pratt aai Ttekey acrrrd vitk tk« 41tt tkroagkoat ikc eaMaaiga of I84S ia a^w^lIm— (MoAal). aai ««m 

aiaaaat In tka ta^iftaeat via tka aMMy aa tha mk April la tha PlaWaaTatlcy; la tlwaa of tiM Mb Maraaw 

ia^«SSih Aag.atOeaiMi.Stkicpckefe«aGk^Baa; at tka aoaapaitea aa4 Aaatraetiaa of tkai P^Miaaa a^af Ck 

tiM ■waaJiiiaaiato Tnklataa. atarm. eaatara aa4 iaatractioa of latalif; aad tke vailoaa artaor aiUis ia 

Walaa aai »Vt Kkyber PaaM*. 

4 Mi^ Bvaa aervaA ia ipoia wiik the Brltlak Lagioa tnm Jaly ISU to Jaa. ISSi^ aad vaa mcetat la tiM 

eUiMtakoe vitk tka eaeay dartaff tkat pctiaA. Boaarvei iriikiko4l8ttkraackeac tkceaapaifBor IS«Sla AftkaidblMi 

(Maial). aad wai afaeeatla tlw iig i ^i a n a t i with tke eaeay aa tke »tk Mawk ea4 »tk AyriTla tke PlB k ee a TeBayTia 

th Mat aeer Caaiaker. lOtk AH.at Oeaiae. Mk iepc kotaa Okaaaee 1 at tke acaaaalloa Mi iaeMMn 
leaderCakeolpthei -- ^^ "^ -- --= - - 

laaadk ei a a a a thar 




ea4 tke Kkyber: 
aflSI4tettaPaalBaala; la thai 
a> gilii !■■ h ISty. ~ 



8erri0ff at fltiriiag.] 42rf ( The Royol Higklat^) Hegt. of Foot. 193 

St. Andrew^^* Nemo me impune ^ac««fi^"— The Sphinx, with the words <'BGYPT"~ 
"COBUNNA"— "FUENTBS D'ONOR"—^* PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"-^*NIVB" 
^ORTHES"— "TOULOUSE"— "PENINSULA"— "WATEHLOO." 



Tean* Bert, 



54 



P«U 



28 

40 
38 



Half 
Paj. 



27 
33 
21 
21 
20 
18 
16 
11 
Id 
13 

12 

12 

11 

11 
9 
9 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 

5 
5 

4 
4 

1 
1 
1 

21 

6 
13 
14 
11 



2* 




Colonel. 
9 Sir James Donglat/ KCB. £^ 10 July, 1790 ; LietU. 10 June, 1800 ; Capt. 
16 Sept. 02 ; JHqfar, 16 Feb. 09; Lieut.-CoL 30 May, 11 ; CM. 19 Jnly 21 ; 
Mqf'Oen. 22 July, 80 ; LU-Qen. 23 Noy. 41 ; Col. 42nd Foot, 10 Aiftrfl, 60. 

JAeuienant'-'Coiloneh 
Duncan Alexander Cameron, Em. 8 AprU, 25 ; JAeui. p 15 Aug, 
Cap^. P21 June, 33 ; Mc^oTj p23 Aug. 39 ; Lieia.'Col. p5 Sept. 43. 

Ji€t^OT$. 

Daniel Fhoer, J^. 31 Oct 11 ; Lieut. 13 June 16 ; Capt. p 5 Not 
Brev.'Mqf. 28 June 38 ; Mqj. 14 Apr. 46 ; Brev. LU-Col. 11 Not. 51, 

George Bnrrell Cumberland, Ens. 11 Apr. 25; Lt. 31 Dec. 28; Capt, 
Mar. 38 ; Mqf. P15 Feb. 50. 



20 



26; 
P30 














































BNaioy. 

P 25 June 26 
P 10 Sept. 30 
P 10 Aug. 32 
24 Feb. 32 
P21 June 33 
P 25 Sept. 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P27 Dec. 42 
P 15 May 40 
f 16 May 40 

P 26 Oct. 41 
P 5 Not. 41 

17 Apr. 42 

18 Apr. 42 
P 30 Aug. 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 

14 Apr. 46 

21 Apr. 40 
29 Aug. 46 

2 Apr. 47 
P 8 Mar. 47 

22 June 47 
P 16 June 48 

18 Aug. 48 
P 17 Not. 48 
P 6 July 49 
P 2 Not, 49 
9 Sept. 51 
P 25 June 52 
P 23 Not. 52 
p 24 Not. 52 



LI BUT. 



23 Oct. 28 
P 21 June 33 
P 25 Sept. 36 
P30Jan. 35 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P31 May 30 
p 23 Aug. 39 
P 13 Aug. 47 
p 15 Apr. 42 
9 3 June 42 

P 5 Sept. 43 

p 30 Aug. 44 

14 Apr. 40 

28 Aug. 46 

24 May 47 
p 12 Not. 47 
p 16 June 48 
P17 Not. 48 
p 6 July 40 
P29May 49 
P 23 July 52 

12 Oct. 52 
p 12 Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 July 33 
P 6 Mar. 40 
P 5 Not. 41 
15 Apr. 42 
P 6Sept.43 
P25 0ct 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 8 June 62 
P23Joly 68 



BBBT.-ICAJ. 



9 Not. 46 
11 Not. 61 



Captains. 

Thomas Tulloch 

Jn. Cameron Macpherson 
Hon. Robert Rollo .... 
Alexander Cameron .... 

Charles Murray 

George W. Macquarie . . 
Archibald Colin Campbell 
Fred. Green Wilkinson . . 

Andrew Pitcaim 

Alexander Ramsay .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

JohnWalt. Wedderbum, », 
Hon. G. H. S. Grant . . 
Archd. Macra Chlsholm 
Gilbert Innea Menzies • . 
Chas. Campbell Graham 
John Wm. Powlett Orde 
Rowl. Aynsworth Frazer 
John Chetham M'Leod. . 
R. Campbell Cunioghame 
Alex. Edgar McGregor. . 
Henry Montgomery .... 
John Drysdide, oiff. .... 
William James Robertson 

Ensionb. 
William Crofion Ward .. 
John Gordon Campbell . . 

George Fnuer 

Duncan Downie Fletcher 
Joseph Cha. Ross GroTC 
Duncan Macpherson .... 
Wm.Geo. ETcrardWebber 
Fra. Cunningham Scott 

Paymaster.— J. Wheatley, 12 Oct. 38; Ens. k A^utant, 20 July, 32; Lieut. 

3 Apr. 35. 
Adjutant.— lAeut. John Drysdale, 25 June 52. 
Quarter' Master. — iSI Edward Patou, 19 June 40. 

5ttry«m.— John Gillespie Wood, M.D., 10 Dec. 47 ; Assiet.-Surg. 11 Jan. 39. 
Assistani'Surgeon."-Wm. Mure Muir, M.D., 22 Not. 42. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Betumed from North Americaf June l^'i.l 

1 sir Jamet Douglas accompanied tha Bipedition to South America under Gen. CraufUrd on the Quarter- 
Maater-Oeaeimi't Staff, and was engaged In the attack on Buenos Ayres. Subsequently in the same capacity 
he pn>ceeded to Portugal with the Expedition under Sir Arthur Wellesley i was senior officer of the Quarter- 
Master-Oenenl*! Department on the landing of the army ; and was present at the battles of Roleia, Timiera, 
and Coronna. Joined the Portuguese army with the command of a Rmglroent In 1800 : was prnent at the 
paesue of the Douro, and battlee of Busaoo, Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, and the Pyrenees (wounded); after 
wbkh he obtained command of the 7th Portuguese Brigade, and commanded It In the battles of the Nivelle, 
NiTa. Orthca. and Tduloose (twice wounded, occasioning the loss of a leg). Sir James has reoelred ttte 
GoM OraaaiMl tbica Clatpa for Botaeo, Salamanca, Pyiwieei, Nirelle, Mire, Orthes, aad Toulouse, 



Teara' 8«fv. 



62 



194 ASrd ( The Monmouthshire) Regt. of Foot. [^"^/"igiJlSSSSiSQ^ 

{JAght Infantry*) 

"VIlflBBA"— "COBUNKA"— "BUSACO"— "FDBNTEH D'ONOH''— ^'CmDAD 
BOPBIOO "— '' BADAJOZ "— " 8AI#AM AKCA "— « VITTOBU "-^* HIYBLLB'*— 

« HIVE '*— '' TOUU>USfi '*— " FBKJITBULA." 

9 Jamet Fergiisson J CB. i^M. 20 Aug. 01 ; Xieu^. Feb. 04 ; Capt, I D0e.O6 ; 

Mqfor.Z Pao. 10; LimU^-CoU laifoy^U^ CM. SSJttljraO; M^f§fOtm. 

83 Nov. 41 ; Li0ut,'aen. U N^t. 61 ^ C^/. 40rfl Foot, m Mtfch, 50. 

JAmit.'C^lemeL 
Henry Skipwith, JPuj. >* U Oct. 04; Xieii^ P 26 Jan. 38; Cap#. p 6 Ang. 43; 

itf^/^r, P 28 Fell. 61 ; Ligut.-Col. p 17 Oei, 61. 
Mtu^^'—B WiUiain Frwer,* J7n#. 8 April, 13 ; ZiMui, 19 Ian. 14 1 Capi.P9 Dec 

24 ; Bree.-Mqj. 28 JuM^ Si ; Af^y- 7 May, 41 ; Bm.'Lt.-Col. U Not. 61. 
Boberl Nawton PbilUpf, Sn$. P27 May 86 ; Litmt. p 2 Oat. 40; Capi, 9 18 Ian. 

44; Jtf4;0r,PX7Oct. 61. 



Fall 
Piij. 



19 
37 
1? 



27 
13 
10 
13 
13 
12 
12 
13 
8 
8 

7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



Half 





H 








































Captains. 



t. 



BKSIOM. 



LIBUT. 



2 Feb. 26 
17 Jan. 40 

6 Jan. 37 
P 3 July 40 
P110ept.4O 
F 3 Aug. 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 6 Mar. 40 

6 Juaa 46 
P240CU 46 



George Talbot, » 

^011. P. Egerton Herbert 
Jamaa Maurice Primroee 
Davson Comelioa Gnenel 
Fred, fladlelr fimara. . . . 
Biebard Henry Weylaad 
Fra. Hatahlnaon 0ynga . • 
Tbomaa Hugh Coalibiim 

WilUamMUaai 

Charlei Caraw da Movel 

JLXBVTftKAVra, 

H&n. Henry Wm. C.Ward 
Artb. Bdw. Val. Ponaooby 
Henry J. Parkin Bootb 

Lumley Graham 

John Francis Giinrdot 
A0fi.LewlsWat«on Milks* 
Hon* Bich. Monek, a4f» • • 
Henry Wilmot, d. a4f' • • 
Francis George Btaplaton 

Hugh Bobinson 

FieonesMiddleton ColYUe|P 14 Aug. 60 

BMSiONa. 
Han, B. Beynolda PeUaw |P 16 Aug. 60 
Charles Begina]dMnra..!P 16 Aug. 60 

Charles Cdvert > 14 Mar. 61 

Hofi. Hugh Anpaaley ..Pl8AprU61 

James Atty.... |P 11 July 61 

J>rd B. H. B. G. Cecil ;p21Mot. 61 

Henry Basil Houson > 22 Nov. 61 

Han. Wm. Henry Herbert p 11 Jane 62 
Bobr. Maxwell Pakenham' OJuly 62 
Zord Bich. Howe Browne p 23 Nov. 62 



P 19 June 46 

96 Juae 46 

11 June 47 

P 13 Aug. 47 

P 3 Sept. 47 

P 28 Apr. 48 

P 2 Mar. 40 

P 29 May 49 

80 Nov. 49 

P 14 Dec. 49 



P 9Sept.28 

P 7 Sept. 41 

7 May 41 

P 14 Jan. 42 

P21 July 43 

28 Dee. 46 

P 9 June 46 

16 April 42 

2b Apr. 48 

P 20 May 49 



P 9 Aug. 
P 9AQg. 
p 9 Aug. 
P 28 Feb. 
P 28 Feb. 
P 20 June 
P 17 Oct. 
P 17 Oct. 
12 Mar. 
ajnly 
P2d Not. 



60 

60 

60 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

62 

62 

62 



CAPTAIH. 



P 3 Apr. 36 

P 19 June 46 

11 Apr. 48 

Pll Dec. 40 

P 9 Aug. 60 

P 28 Feb. 61 

P 17 Oct. 61 

Sept. 61 

y Apr. 62 

P88N0T. 62 



nnnv.-MAj. 



9 Not. 48 



SLL-Osl. PMMr MTTtd ia lb« 

PtatBMls sod Sooth ofFi 
viih tlM Mad. frqsi 
tSIS to th« Md of that wsr la 
1914, sad liM rteslTcd ths War 
M«dal with ens elsip for tha 
Wive, la wbtirh baMs ha 9— 
MT^relj wounded. 

S UcQt. MUlcf wrrsd Um 
KaMt ssmpalfa oC Itftl 



9 





4 





6 





10 





7 





9 






Paymiufer.—Herbert Taylor M'Crea, 6 Jane 61 ; J^n^. 2 Aug. 44 ; Lkut. 17 

jL/ec ao. 
Atiyutamt.^Lima. Han. Bichard Monck, July 52. 
Quarter-Miuter, — Joseph Denton, 16 Aug. 48. 

Surgeon. — Alexander Barclay, M.D., IS April 52; AaisL'Surg, 22 Dec. 43. 
Asiutani'Surgoont.^'John Madden, 2 Oct, 46. 

Bobert Browne, 1 Marc^ 44. 
FaHngt White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
Irish Agenii, Sir £. B. Borough, St., Armit, k Co. 

1 Llnit..O«Miml rmu M iM wrrtd Uw caarpaltB of 18M-9. lartedlnr the ham— of Thnlcrm a^ CorwMM. Wipi<HlHa i« 
ISOS. ftmlBWlar r iwpiifi tnm Myth ISIS Ip ttw tad of tbM war la HI*. toehtSt^ th» pm^ «r»» Oaa. 
AUacMa. tectto of B«mm, aetioa* kt POBbkl, llodlah>. MirAiMto d« Corro, Fm 4*AfOM*, aad Sabagsl i taate of 
(ftiandMMalliorOia^daodvttoMd Bad^|oa.kalll« aT Salaaaaea. aetka af Saa M—,iiii^i of 
baittoar ibt WrtUft. haute* of tta NIv* on tfw Mi, lOih. IIUs ISih aad ISiii I>fc ISlt i aad fn inwm 
n^ar.QMiffil raifaiaaa h«« netivaS Swa vooada. *«•., a Tlairta, tUglulf i M thm ilwial^i af OMM 
hodrifB, •ermly la Um body aad tlicliily la Um roo« ( a< B«l«|os, ilif bUy la tha tide by a fpUawr of « ahttt la tko 
trcaobrt. and la tha b«ad u ib« auault. Be baa rrcolved tita cold Medal fbr Bad^oa. aa aealor Hirrtvlas OAatr of tha 
Liffbi Drtiiloa Stvrnl^ Fvtf | ami ba atoo MTvcd la tbe Samaiat Party at Citidad Hadrifo aad ti iba Uklaf af the aat' 
wotka or dial yltrc f erf Seyaard. Re baa alao rccelra^ tfi« eilrtr Wet Medal with elf bt Cle•p^ 




7«'!!?iftS?] UthiThe East Essex) Regt. of Foot. [SSSn^cS^'S"] ^95 

lYMra'Serv. 



60 



Kuli t Hn\t 



Pay. 



^Ajr. 



S6 

18 



18 
13 
18 
27 
13 
11 
10 
16 
11 
10 

11 
9 

|0 
8 
8 
8 
7 
» 
8 

7 

5 
6 



5 
2 
B 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

16 

6 

10 

12 

6 

3 








The Sphinx, «• a3YPT.''-"BAD440Z"-" SALAMANCA"— " PENINSULA*'- 

CalamU 

6 

Col, ^ , ^ 

1 1 Nov. 51 ; Cal. 44th Begt. 7 April, 43, 

Lieut,' CoUmeh 
Hon, AuguttuB Almeric Spencer, JPnt, 8 Apr. 26; IwU. p ^ Ji»ly, 27; Capt, 
P 6 Apr. 31 ; Mf^or, p 21 July, 43 ; ^ieutrCoi. 17 W, 46, 

Jlfq/or^. 
Nathan Smith Gardiner,^ Siu. p 23 Joly g6 ; ^uw^ 18 inly 34; Capt. p 26 

^aa. 41 } Hdfy. P84 Nov. 48. ^ 

Charles William Dunbar Staveley, Bns, p 6 Mar. 86 j Lieut, p 4 Oct, 39 j 

Oi|i^ P6 Sept. 44 ; Mqjor, 7 Dec. 60. 






























Captaxhs. 
William MacMahon 
Robert Feilden ... 
Andrew Browne • 
William Spring . 



t« *• 



ENSIGN. \ MEtJT, 



P Nov. 86 
P 20 Nov, 40 



P 30 Apr. 41 

. ^ P30Deo.26 

Fred. Sykes Dauh^ey'.. 20 Nov. 40 

P29Jan. 42 

T July 43 

16 Mar. 38 

26 Oct. 42 

P 13 Oct. 43 



Bow^fl Fenwiok i 
William FauMett ... 
John Warren Glubb . 

John Robinson 

John Stanley Howard 

LiBUTXNAVTB. 

Astley Greene 24 Oct. 42 

ffm. 0. W. Herbert Agar p 80 Mar. 44 
George N, Micklethwait^ 
Godfrey Cooper s ...... . 

Edward Ogle Btreat^eld 
WiUiam Hy. Mansfield.. 
:Blcbard Preston ...... 

Geoige Baiehard . t • • • . 
Pra. W». Tho. Cjiulfpild 
William Fletcher . . . t • • 
William Thomas Baker. . 
Samuel Cooper 



CAPTAIN. 













A 









Ensigns. 
Fred, Wm. Gregory, A4f. 
Geovge Jnghum . . . . t . * . 

WUliam Gandy 

Leyett Thoroton 

Hon. Henry Handcock. . 
Richard FitzRichard Eyre 
Evan Forbes M'Bayne . . 
Bradford Smith Hoskins 
Win. Stewart Richardson 



P 10 Feh. 43 
p 27 Jana 46 
p 8 Oct. 46 
p 14 NoY. 46 
p 27 Feb. 46 
P 8 Oct. 46 

17 Jan. 45 
P 6 Nov. 46 

7 Jan. 48 
P 24 Nov. 48 



28 Feb, 40 

18 Nov. 42 

14 Oct, 42 

P 1 June 32 

P 13 May 42 

P 12 July 44 

P2d Aug, 44 

8 Mar. 40 

P22 Dec. 43 

P26Jttly 46 

17 May 46 

P2T Feb, 46 
20 July 44 
P 2 Apr. 47 
p 10 Dee. 47 
p 28 Apr. 48 
P24N0V, 48 
P23Mar. 49 
10 April 48 
p 21 Mar. 61 
p 9 July 52 
P 6 Alig. 52 



BR^T.-MA^ 



28 Dec, 48 
P21 Mar. 61 
P18AprU61 
p 16 May 61 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P17 Aug. 52 
P 18 Aug. 52 
P l7 Aug. 52 

23 Nov. 52 



17 May 46 

P 27 Feb, 46 

9 8 Sept. 46 

16 Deo. 46 

P 28 Apr. 48 

P 24 Nov. 48 

P 28 Mar. 40 

26 Oct. 47 

80 Jan. 61 

P 81 Jaa. 61 



S Capt. Danbency Mrvad with 
iba Mill la Oblna (Madal), and 
wai prtwat tA t|ta e»eala<l« and 
capture of Chla Kiang Foo, 
where he carried the Regi- 
mental Colpur, which wai shot 
(n two placet. 

4 Lt. Micklethwaite terred 
vith the fiSrd in the eampaign 
on the Butlfd In 1840 (medal), 
aad wte pnstcnl at Buddlwal, 
Aliwali and Sohraon. 

5 PaymaMter Bennett lerved 
the campaign on the SutleJ in 
the Bth Foot (Medal). 



Pay«MM*«-.— Fra. Levett Bennett,* 29 Oct. 47 ; l?iw. p 25 July 37 j Z<. » 6 July 39. 
Adjutant. — Ensign Fred. William Gregory, 12 Oct. 62. 
Qtiarter-MoMter.—ThomtLB Walsh, 27 Oct. 43. « . _,, ^, 

5tir^<m.— Wm. Kilner Swettenham, M.D., 14 Oct. 51 ; AstUt.-Surg. 9 4pnl 41 . 
Astistant^Surgeons. — Jamea Thomson, M.D., 11 Feb. 48. 

John Gibbons, 7 June 50. 

Facingt Yellow.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Ifalor Gardiner BerTed with the 88nd throughout the operatlone in fldade onder 81r Oharlet Napier, 
IndadSif tiw iMtniction of the Fort of Imaamghur, toaiUee of M eanee and Hrdenbad (Medal). 



S:!£?Si?M A5th(TheNaUinffhamslure)Re9Lo/F0at. C^'lfSCSS:''*^ 

«* ROLUA"— <nrnCIBajkM.«TALATBKA"— " BVIAOO*'— ** FUBJTTM DHhrOA**— '*CZUOAD BOSMMT'- 
•• BAlMJOr'— «• 8AZ.AMAJIOA"— ** YITTOWA"— •* PTmMTBM"— " !llT«LM»— " OKrmj»"— 

•• Ttociow»B»»— " Pbmiiwcia"— •• AVA." 



irMni*8«nr. 



50 



Full 



44 

24 

90 
S4 



89 

1ft 
18 
16 
10 
14 
14 
14 
S8 
11 

11 
11 
11 

8 
8 
8 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 

6 

4 
4 

9 
3 
1 



34 



Half 
Paj. 







0* 


































6A 



11 





6 





18 





8 





1 






ColoneL 
9 9B Sir Colin Halkett,' QCB. QCH. LUut.'CoL 17 Nov. 1803; CM. 1 Ju. 

IS; Jlfi|/or-(?«n.4 Jane,14; X^-C;«n.89 Jiily,30; Om.9 Nor. 46; CoL 46tlt 

Begt. 12 July 47. 
Lieui,'CoUmeU.^lfBAaiund French Boyt,* JBns. 9 17 Nov. 08 ; LmU. 3 Apr. 10; 

Capt. i»8 June 15 ; Mqfor, 3 Feb. 89 ; LU-Col. 21 June 32 ; CoL 9 Nov. 46. 
Henry Cooper,* Bnt. p 26 Feb. 29; Lieut. P5 Apr. 31 ; Capt. p 13 Nov. 36 ; 

Me^9r^ 10 Sept. 45 ; Lt.-Col. 10 July 48. 
Jtf4/or#.^HalUm D'Arcy Kyle, Bns. p12 July 33 ; LUut. P23 June 37 ; Capi. 

P24 May 30; Mqjor^Pl April 48. 
WUlfaun B. Preston, JS^. P24 Sept. 29; JMui. P22 Feb. 33; Cop^ p 18 Oct. 

39; MnQor, 19 July 48. 



Captains. 

John Butler Wheatstone 

Henry John Shaw 

Geo. A. L. Blenklnsopp* 
Henry Thomas Vialls^ . . 

BobertBatea^ 

Henry Woodbine Parish 
Stephen Bilton Gordon,*. 
Bobert Jones Garden . . 
Henry Downe Qrifllth . . 
Bobert MiUer 

LXBUTBHANTS. 

James M'Crea/ add 

Bob. Beckford Johnstone 

Henry Leach/ 

George Stacpole Coxon. . 

IVevorGoff^ 

Arthur Smyth 

WUUam Fleming' 

Phid. Bobert Grantham* 
Geoige Lamont Hobbs . . 
Charles Lewis Griffln 
Bobert Graham Howard* 
Dmry Richard Barnes . . 
WUUam HodnettBowland 
Biisiova. 

Alexander Walicer 

Jolm C. Cndgie Halkett.. 

Henry Lncas 

Thomas Aug. Burrowea 
Henry Safe WUioo^by 
Jolm TlM>mas Bgan .... 
B. Gambler Eliot Atheriey 



BirSION. 



1 May 21 
P23 Mar. 38 

P 4 Sept.d5 
P25Dee. 38 

6 June 34 
P 9 Mar. 39 

7 June 39 
21 June 39 
13 June 80 
21 May 42 



23 May 

27 May 
P 22 July 
P 29 Mar. 
P 25 July 
P 9 Dec. 

30 Dec. 
p 6 Feb. 

29 Jan. 

10 Mar. 
P23 Apr. 
P 7 Apr. 
P 2 Aug. 



42 
42 
42 

44 
45 
45 
45 
46 
47 
47 
47 
48 
48 



LXBUT. 



31 Mar. 2G 
P 7 June 30 
P31 May 30 

20 Nov. 40 
P25Dec 38 

15 Apr. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P 16 Apr. 42 

6 Apr. 36 

P 29 Mar. 44 



1 Aug. 48 
P 23 Feb. 49 
P 22 June 49 
26 AprU 51 
P 17 June 51 
Pl3Dee. 50 
P23 Nov. 52 



P30 

10 

15 

29 

P 7 

P 1 

P23 

P22 

P22 

P 3 

P23 

P29 

P29 



Aug. 44 
Sept. 45 
Oct. 45 
Jan. 47 
Apr. 48 
Aug. 48 
Feb. 49 
June 49 
June 49 
Aug. 49 
May 51 
Aug. 51 
Oct. 62 



OAPTAIB. 



16 Nov. 41 
P 1 July. 42 
P29Mar. 44 
PdOAug. 44 

15 Oct. 45 
P 6 Feb. 46 

10 July 48 
P 1 Aug.48 
P20 0ct. 43 
P29 0ct 52 



BBBV.-ICAJ. 



22 Dee. 48 



4 M^lor BiMktaMw 
Um Itefllr csmiMlfB of laSY % 
■nd Im eoomiMMM Um 4s* 
uetanent of tlM tfth RsgtaMat 
ia Ike Mtloa with m4 defllMt of 
tiM Bstel Boti* «l Botm PItstf 
(Bovth AlHca) SOlh Am. ISO. 

5 Captt. Tiallt tad Bum* 
LiMti. LMch, QtM, sad Gima* 



•crrwl ths KaAr c 
1846-7. 



pelfae' 



7 LC. Fitailiiff 
1M6-7. 9mmL 
Imaifeat Bovn st 

e Lteou Howard 
with iht lasoriaBt 



UMKaAr 
la the idloa 



»?*i».«' 



«tai iha 



Pa^matter. — Monkhouse Graham Taylor, 26 Aug. 36 ; Snt. p 10 Jm, 13; 

Z;ificl.P6Sq>t22. 
Aifutant.^JUna. James M'Craa,* 22 Jan. 47. 
Qvor^er^ jr«f«r.— Luke FltsGibbon/ 15 Oct. 47. 

Surgeon^ — Francis Robert Waring,* 15 Dec. 45 ; A$nMt.'Swg. 8 May, 36. 
' .'Surgeons, — Francis OUvcr BarlLcr/ M.D. 14 Feb. 45. 

John PhUUps Cunningham, M.D. 13 Afnil 62. 



PaeUigi Green.— -J^eiUf, Messrs. Price and Boustead. 



I sir OBila Halkau hat nealTad tht foM cfosilbr Albohtra, galamanca, Tlttoria, aad tha 
Hiva* and waa Mftftij voaadad at Watarloo. 

• Oolonal Bojt wrrad in tha PacOiMala from 1600 to 1811, aad agala tmm 1618 to tha aad of 
Isclodteff tha aetioa at Btfaonl, aad battiai of PMatat d'Oaor (woaodad)^ OrthM, and 
(woaBdad)w tarrad alio la tha Bufoma war. 

8 UmL-OoL Ooopar Mrrad tha Kallr caayalca of 1646. 

f iMBMa Waitaf tatrad iho KaSr eaapalga of 1847. 



of tha 






Yran' S«rv 



64 



PulJ 
27 



18 
37 



18 
17 
14 
19 
IS 
12 
11 
II 
11 
11 

12 
11 
10 
9 
9 
9 
8 
7 
6 
6 
4 
5 
4 

4 
4 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 

16 

12 

7 

27 



Half 



4t6th {T%e South Devonshire) Reyt. of Foot. 

" DOMINICA." 



197 



141§ 











































CoUmtL 
Joha, Earl of Stair,* KT. Ens. 28 Feb. 1790 ; Lt. 30 April, 02 ; Capt. 20 April, 
93; LUut.^Col. 6 Dec. 98; Col. 25 April, 1808; Mqfor^Gtn. 4 June 11 ; 
Lieui.'Gen. 19 July,21 : Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Co/. 46th Begiment, 31 May, 43. 

Lieutenant'Cdonel. 

9 Robert Garrett,* KH.^/w.p 6 March, 11 ; L*. 3 Sept. 12; Cap^P7 July, 14 i 

Mt^or, P 19 Sept. 26; Brevet-Lt.Col, 23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Col.v 16 May 46. 

Mqjars, 
Alexander Maxwell, Ens. p 19 June 86 ; Lieut. P28 Dec. 38 ; Capt. p 27 Sept. 42 ; 
Mqfor, P 19 Sept. 48. > r tr > 

Donald Stuart,' Ens. 2 May 16 ; Lieut. 26 Feb. 20 ; Capt. 1 April 31 ; Brev.- 
Mqfor, 9 Wot. 46 ; Mqjar, 16 April 62. 



Captains. 
Arthur George Vesey . . 

David Fyffe 

Arthur Wombwell, «. . . 
William Henry OTooIe 
Colin Fred. Campbell . . 
Algernon Robert Garrett 
George Caldwell Dickeos 
Horace George Hayes . . 
Robert William Piper .. 
William Hardy 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Henry FullerSandwitb,ai2. 
Chas. Robert Shervinton 
John Edward Lyons .... 
James Oeoige Clarke 
John H. Chambers .... 

Albert Nicholas 

George Fred. Dallas . . . 
Cha.8omerTiIle M'Alester 
Dacre I. Barrett Lenuard 
Charles Edward Eustace 
Sir A. H. Dillon, Bart. 
WilliamReginald Hesketh 
Thomas Fergus Greer . . 

Ensigns. 
John Augustus Fane .... 
Alfred Henry Waldy .... 

Richard Lluellyn 

Frank John Curtis. ..... 

Charles Walter Stretton 
John Wm. De Lisle Erans 
Thomas Douglas Forde. . 
Nicholas Dunsoombe .... 



BNSION. 



P29 May 36 

p 11 June 36 

P 6 Apr. 39 

P 12 Dec. 34 

1 May 40 

1 June 41 

P27 May 42 

P24 June42 

28 May 42 

P 27 Sept. 42 

P 30 Oct. 41 

20 May 42 

P 3 Mar. 43 

26 Apr. 44 

31 May 44 

P 6 Dec. 44 

P 16 May 46 

P 6 Nov. 46 

P 30 Mar. 47 

P 24 Sept. 47 

19 Oct. 49 

P21 July 48 

P 29 May 49 

P 19 Oct. 40 
P 14 Dec. 49 
16 Dec. 40 
P 22* Nov. 60 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 1 1 June 62 
P 16 Oct 62 



LIBUT. 



P 26 Aug. 37 

2 Apr. 41 

P 29 Oct. 41 

31 May 39 

10 Mar. 42 

P 27 Sept. 42 

21 Apr. 46 

P 26 Nov. 46 

P 11 July 46 

P 8 May 46 



26 Apr. 44 

6 July 46 

P 6 Nov. 46 

22 F^b. 47 

30 Mar. 47 

P 13 Aug. 47 

P28 Apr. 48 

P 10 Nov. 48 

P 2 Oct. 49 

3 Jan. 62 

7 Nov. 51 

P 23 Apr. 62 

P 12 Oct. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



P 22 July 42 
P 16 May 46 
P 8 May 46 
8 Jan. 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 28 Apr. 48 
Pll Apr. 61 
P 9 May 61 
P23 Apr. 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 



BRBV.-ICAJ. 



5 Mi^or Stuart Mnrtd at the 
ile^a and captur* of Kitto«r In 
th« But IndlM to D«e. I8S4. 

6 PsymMtsr Corcoran lervsd 
th« Coorf campaign ia the East 
IndiM, with iha 4Bili» in 1894. 

7 Qr.-M acterSeoitoek Mnrsd 
with tha Mth at tha slaga and 
capturt of KIttoor In Dec. 
1M4. 



P 23 Nov. 62 

Paynuuter.-^AlexiB Corcoran,* 8 July 42 ; Ens. 30 Nov. 88 ; Lt. 8 April 42. 
Aiffutant-^Lieut. Henry Puller Sandwith, 16 Jan. 62. 
Quar^tfr-Afof^tfr.— Samuel Scoltock,^ 13 March 46. 
Surgeon. — Wm. Irwin Breslin, M.D. 2 July, 41 ; AMsiit.''Surg. 8 March, 27 ; 

Hosp.^AiHtt. 9 Feb. 26. 
Assutant'Surgeon. — Edward James Franklyn, 19 Oct 49. 

Faeinge Yellow. 

Agentt, Messrs. Cox k Co.-^ Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co. 

[Returned from North America, 8 May 1848.] 

1 Lord Stt^r went to Flandera in 17D4, and served on the Contiiiont until the ratum of the Britlih 
army, in 17M. In October, 1805, be accompanied the Expedition to UanoTcr. In July, 1807, he went to 
Zealand, and waa praaent at the siege of Copenhagen. 

9 Ueot.-Col. Garrett served in the Peninsula with the 8th Division in 1611, and with the 4th Dlriaion in 
1819 and 18, and was present in all the actions, sieges, and smaller allkirs in which those two Divisions were 
respectively engaged.from Puentea d*Onor In May 1811, until the end of 1819, when he was sent to England 
for recovery flrom his wounde. He received two wounds at the attacli of the Porta at Salamanca, on which 
oeeasion the command of the Light Company of the Queen's and somtf Artillery devolved upon him, he 
being the only surviving olBeer of the oolamn he attacked with ; and ha was again severely woonded In 
the Pyrenees. He has received the War Medal with four daapt for Fnentee d'Ooor, Salamanca, Vltioria, 
and Pyreneee. 

t e 



■"sfS:??*^] ilth (The Lancashire) Begt. of Foot. ["tJ^?:?^^!!^ 



T*t*r Srrr. 



66 



KuJi 



)t6 
19 

n 



Pft]r. 








31 





14 





IS 





IS 





14 





12 





18 





10 











7 





14 





9 





7 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





a 





6 





4 





4 





8 





8 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





18 





6 





7 





88 





8 





2 






"TARIFA — "▼ITTORU"— "iT. SEBASriAW— " PBHIMSULA"— •• AVA," 

CoUmeL 
■ m Tbomat Da]mer,< CB., 9d Lieut. 22 May, 97 ; Xi. 18 JuiM 99; C^t. 

83 Oct. 04 ; Major, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lieut.-Col. 17 Aug. 18; Col. 89 JaW 80 ; 

Major- Qen. 28 June 38 j Lt.-Gen. 1 1 Nov. 61 : CoU 47th Regt. l6 April 47. 
i:««i/.-Coiofiel.--Wmiam COwdy Haly,.Kn*. Pl7Juiie,88; Xl«i*. H9 July, 

81 ; CttpU P86 Apr. 34} Mqfor,9 19 May, 46; Xlm^-CW. r 27 D«c. 60. 
JITq/or*. — Richard T. Farren, Bnt, 30 May 84; Lieut 31 Jan. 40; Otpi. 

3 Jan. 45; Mttfor, i»87 Dec. 50. 
Caiaricf F. Fordyce, Bru. 17 Feb. 88 ; Lieut. 8 July 40; Capt. P 80 Jan. 46 ; 

Mqjor, P 18 Oct. 52. 



• • • • 



CAFTAI99. 

John Lardner* 

JanieaVUUers 

Robert William Lowry 
Henry Call Lodder 
Henry Meade Hamilton 
John Henry Lowndes • 

Jesae Lloyd 

Chas. Courtenay Villiera 
Wm. Fred. Aug. Rooke 
George Wm. Armit . . . 

LlBUTBNANTS. ^ ^ 

Frederick Eatwlck ; p 28 Feb. 30 



BWaiQK. 

6 Sept. 82 
P31 Dec. 80 
i>89Dec. 40 
P 16 Jan. 41 
p 9 Aug. 80 
P 13 July 41 
3 Dec. 41 
P 18 May 43 
P 83 Aug. 44 
29 Jan. 46 



Geo.C.Dr«romond Nangle 
Thomas Roper, d. pm» •• 

Charles Elgee. . • • 

Nathaniel Geoiige Philips 
Thomas Wm. Wollocorobc 
Chas. Aldersey Stevenson 
Richard George Ellison. . 
FitaWiUiam Fred. Huntei 
Sampson Pills ingtou a4f* 
Thomas Law Roberts . . 
James Armar Lowry .... 
George Shirley Maxwell . . 

£jf8IOM8. 

Henry James Buchanan 
Hon, Bernard M. Ward 
John Sherwood Uaynor. . 
Charlea Finnerty. d. a<0'. 
John Jas. Chas. Irby . . . . 

ThomuB Palmer 

Henry Bowles Geo. Stokes 
Grainville WaddiloTO. . 



P 10 May 44 

P30Jan. 46 



LI BUT. 



CAPTAIV. 



12 July 20 
p 84 Sept. 41 

12 May 43 

P 19 Apr. 44 

P 26 Oct. 41 

8 Jan. 45 



2 June 40 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 19 Sept. 48 
Pll May 49 
p 4 Sept. 49 



Pl7Mar.4d P22Feb. 60 
P30Jan. 46 p27 Dec. 60 
p 13 July 47 1 P 84 Jan. 61 
P24Dec. 47, P 12 Oct. 62 



BBBV.'MAJ. 

11 Not. 61 



8 Oct. 41 1 
p 11 June 47 
P24Dec. 47 > 



14 Apr. 46, P 18 Feb. 48 



P 19 May 46 
p 13 July 47 
p26 Dec. 47 
p 18 Feb. 46 
P 21 July 48 
3 Jan. 45 
P 19 SepU 48 
P 18 Sept. 40 
P 19 Oct. 49 

P 14 June 60 
P 12 July 60 
P 16 Oct. 60 
25 Oct. 5U 
P 17 Jau. 61 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P 23 Jan. 62 



P 21 July 48; 
Pll May 40; 
P 19 Apr. 60 
Pl4 June60 
P 14 June 60 
26 Oct. 50 
P 27 Dec. 60 
p 6 Dee. 61 
P 12 Oct. te 



P2dlirov. 52 

/'ffywitf f ter.~ WiUism Armit Eyre, I S'ept. 48 ; Em, P21 May 41 1 Xf . P 1 Nov. 49. 
Atlijutani.^Lieut. Sampson Pilkington, 25 Oct 60. 
Quar/er-AfM/iT.—WiUiaro Mcintosh, 26 SepU 46. 

^'ur^.—Robert Battersby, 2 July, 41 ; A.-Sur, 28 Sept. 86s i7M.- J . 82 Dec. t^ 
Ametani'SwrgeoM.'^Geor^ bsundirs, lb Dec. 46. 

Lawrence Mackensle, 9 Sept. 61. 

Facingt White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.— Jm* AgenU, Sir B. R. Borooghf Bt. 

Armit, k. Co. 



1 LI««t.>0ffMr»l DalBfft*t arrvlcn »- Ixpcditioa to Oitradla i:SSt to BolluS. la I^IS, hwhrflac tht 
B«Mer, t7tti Aufust. sad tbr nibt^qaiBi acticM of tbf ttrd aad 6ib Octo%«r. Eaprdttlim t* ftiTol. \ Ifo Bay 
ia ItQS. E«ypilaB taiopaign of IMt. iacludtac the aetttai* of ih« Stb. ttth. llch, aad SlM of MareK 
Haaovcf ia IMA i umI tbai to Coptabagca la llSf. IbtImIuic iha oprtatica» ahlek W« to the capitulatfoB of 
tbt fftptart of dM Dmitb StcL Ektirditioa to Cutvaaa la IMS, laclntftag ibr opcttttoat la the Ketik af 
% m ^ A > ff«.fmbvkrd at C oniaaa. Wajuular cMBfMtfas of IMI, It, aaS IS, iarlMliaf Ibt actlcas of Kl B«d« 
4t Paal*. bMtln or telanaaca (Mvetrly aoaadrd) tad \lttorU (uaiAiiB of 181&, larlad.^ ibc baitl* 
fubvi* bit bon* was fcllUd aeder biai), mmuIi and faptotv of Caaibray. and tapivia af farfa. Mrdal ( 
Ifypll She fald a iid a l aad a tlaap ror lalaMaara aad VHterta i aad ibt ativtr War Medal tmA oaa daay 1 

9 Malw LsrdBW Mrrcd in lbs BurmtM »sr fh>Bft Dtc 1884 ooUl ps s cs wai ptodalaMd. 



, aaiCBtte. 
lapfdlrtea ta 



I aad AMra 
of Wittfflaa 



Tc«n' S«nr. 



"Sn^JSJ"] ^^''* ( '^^ Northamptonshire) Regt. of Foot. 199 

« POURO"— " TALAVERA "— " ALBUHERA"— " BADAJOZ"— "SALAMAKCA''— 
" VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVBLLE"— " 0RTHB8"— "TOULOUSE"— 

" PENINSULA." 
Colonel* 
9 SirHmeA Henry Reynett/ KCH. Ens. 25 Nor. dO; Ueui* 14 MAfch, 00 1 
Ca;?^. 24 March, 04 ; M(yor, 8 Aprils 13 ; Lt.-Coh 1 June, 14 ; Col» 22 Jiily, 
80; ilf(v'.-6?<m.2dNoy.41; Xf.-&en.i:NoT.51} Co/. 48ih Foot, 25 Nor. 60. 

Ziettf.'Co2(me?. 

Hon. Arthnr Alexander Dalzell, Sns. 29 Apr. 19 ; Lieui. p 5 Feb. 24 ; Capi* P 2 

June, 27 ; JITq/or, p5 Jan. 41 ; LieiU.-CoL P2a April, 41 ; Col ll Nov. 51. 

lienor, 
Benjamin Riky, Bm. pO Not. 30; Lieut. 80 May, 84; Capt. P8 Sept. 88) 
Brecet-Mqjor, 11 Nov. 51 ; M(0or, p20 Feb. 52. 



54 



Pull 



34 
23 



25 

15 

11 

10 

8 

16 

8 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

6 

a 

6 
5 

8 
6 

4 

4 

.8 

4 
4 

4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

5 
10 

6 
29 



Half 

















































BK8ION. 



Captains. 
George Mowbray Lys* . 
Andrew Oreen ....... 

Alfred AnguBtus Chapman 

Frederick Weet 

Cam Sykes 

Fred. Qeo. Tho. Deshon' 
Magnus F. Morton Herbert 
Oliver Matthew Latham 
Robert Blakeney, «. . . . 
EdwardJosephThackwcU^ 

Lieutenants. 

James Mancor 

Wm. R. Williamson, a<(/. 
William Henry Cairnes.. 
Henry Grattan Bushe • • 
Richard Morgan Hall • • 
Rob. Edw.Coote Colthurst 
John Richard Lovett 
Henry WiUiam Knight . 
HenryGIynneEarle Welby 
Frederick John Castle . 
Horatio Nelson Kippen 
Bache Harpur Heathcote 
Fra. Constantine Trent . . 
Ensigns. 

John Bedlngfeld 

Henry R. Hoghton Gale 
Charles Perrott Noel .... 
Hon. R. John Handcock 
Edward Feneran < 



LIEUT. 



2 Mar. 28 

12 Jan. 88 
20 May 42 

Pll Aug. 43 
P17 Jan. 45 

29 Deo. 87 
P30 Deo. 45 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 3 Nov. 46 

2 Sept. 45 

5 July 44 
P 5 Dec. 43 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 28 Sept. 47 
P31 Dec. 47 
P26 May 48 
P 28 Nov. 45 

13 Oct. 48 
P 13 Apr. 49 

30 Mar. 49 
P 18 Apr. 45 
P21 Aug. 40 
P 18 Sept. 49 

P 14 Dec. 49 
P 15 Feb. 50 
P17 May 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 



20 Deo. 81 
P 3 Apr. 40 
P 17 Jan. 45 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 2 Apr. 47 
5 Jan. 41 
Pdl Dec. 47 
P 13 Apr. 49 
P 10 Sept. 47 
P 29 Deo. 46 



p 20 July 47 
17 Nov. 48 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 3 Aug. 49 
Pll Dec. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 
P 2 Mar. 47 
p 2 Aug. 50 
P 6 Dec. 50 
P 7 Mar. 51 
20 Apr. 49 
P 20 Feb. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



19 Dec. 45 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 18 Apr. 49 
P ^ Aug. 49 
P 98 Dec. 49 

80 Not. 49 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P90 Feb. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52 



BK1YBT« 
ICAJOR. 



.u> 



S Capt. hj§, md PayniMtor 
M'Mallen wart present al tha 
attMk and eaptar* of Caoif , 
In tba But ladlsf, in April, 

18S4. 



4 Capt. Thackwell lertvd is Ahte-da-OaflSp 
to Sir Joseph Ttaaokwell In tka sscontf SaOh 
eanpaigni and was prosoat at tho batllae of 
ObtlliAnwallah and Ooojerat, and Iq tlie action 
of Sadoolapore, where the armj of 8here81ngh 
wfts repulHcd with great loee b7 a email BritUh 
delaebment (Medal and Oinspe). 

6 Or. Young served in Africa tnm 18t4 to 
1837 Incluiive, and was present al the battle 
of Doodwa, against the Afhaateee, 7 Aug. 29. 



Edmund Garland Home 

Arthur George Wyte . . . . ' p 14 May 62 

Richard Eyre p 17 Dec 52 

Paytnaster.^l^dward M' Mullen,* 15 Oct. 50; Quarter-Magier, 17 Not. 48. 
Attfutant.— Lieut. William Robert Wil]iam$oa, 21 March 51. 
quarter-Master.—JBa. Andersion, 15 Oct 50 ; Ens. 19 Feb. 47 1 Li. 24 Jan. 50. 
^uryeon.— James Youug,^ M.D. 18 Oct. 89; AiH$t.*Swg. 14 Aug. 24; H9^.- 

Amat. 18 May 24. 
A98i9t,^Surg. — Patrick M'Dermott, 2 Jan. 52. 

Faeingt Bufil — Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 
[Betumed from Jamaica, March 1847.] 

1 Sir James Reynett terTed with the 62nd on the expedition against Ferrol In 1880, and was present at 
the action before that place. Appointed to the Quarl«r-Master>Oenenil's staff apon tho army enterhif 
Spain In Nov. 18U8 1 present at Lugo, the aflUrs npon the retreat to Oorunna, and also at the batciv of 
Corunaa. Be-appoioted to the Quarter-Maeter-Oeneral's staff in Porlugal, in April 1809; present al tho 
affUrs previous to and at the psesoge of the Douro, and capture of Oporto; aflhlr of Salamonde, batllM of 
Talneera and Bosaeo, affairs upon the retreat to the lines before Lisbon, and subsequently In 1811 at those 
upon the advance from thence, at Pombal, Redinlia, Babu^al, and Vox d'Aronce ; alao at the battle of 
Fuentes d*Onor. He hat received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

S Capt. Deshon served with the 38nd in Sdnde, and was preaent at the batUe of Hyderabad (Ifeda1> 
He served also the campaign in the Southern Mabratta Oonntrj in 1844-5, and was preeent at the invest- 
ment and capture of the Forts of Pannlla and Pownghur, as also in tho operations against the Forte of 
Muanahnr and Moninntosh in the Southern Consao. o 9 



Emb, 



?5-j5b.M 4Ath {The Princess aiarlotte of WaUs\ [^^JifS 

Or the Hertfordshire) Regt. of Foot 



lonisB ItUo4s* 



YMre* 8«r> 



- •* EQM0XT-0P-ZEE"—C0PENHA0BN"-"QUEEN8T0WN."— "CHINA/' **Th9 DratfQti, 



•» 



49 



Poll 



90 
24 

92 



25 

18 
14 
12 
18 
14 
10 
31 

8 

10 
8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
5 
6 
6 
4 
4 
4 
8 

3 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 



Half 

Pay. 












1 































Coloneh^lf QB Sir Edward Bowater,* KCH. En*. 31 Mar. 04 ; Lt. k Capt. 

23 Aa^. 09; Capt, & Lt.-Col. 25 July, 14 ; Col. 12 Oct. 26; Mt^-Gen. 10 

Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Qen. 9 Hoy. 46 ; Col. 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. 
LUut.'Colonel.'-^enrj William Adams^'CB. Ent. 31 July, 23 ; Lt. P81 Dec. 25 ; 

Capf. P10Jone,26; Jfq;. P18 Jan.39; X/.-Co2.P13Mar.40; Co/.11Not.51. 
Af/^'orj. — Henry George Hart, Em. 1 Apr. 29; Lieut. 19 July 32; Capt. 

1 Dec. 42 ; Mqjw^^lb Dec. 48. 
Henry Oamer Rainey,' Ens. 12 Apr.31 ; Litut. 8 June 33 ; Capt. P 27 Dec. 42 ; 

Mqjwr, P 20 April 49. 



Captains. 
John Thornton Grant' . 
Charles Thomas Powell' 
Wm. H.Clinton Haddeley* 
Charles Stuart Glazbrook 
Lachlan H. G. Maclean' 



BNSION. 



28 Apr. 28 
P20NOY. 35 
Pll Oct. 39 
p 7 Sept. 41 

26 Dec. 34 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



12 Nov. 30 30 July 42 
P 10 Feb. 37!pi5Dec. 43 



Cha. Philip Jo. Stopford' , p 17 Sept. 39 p 25 Jan. 41 
James Wells Armstrong P18 Aug. 43 p29 Not. 44 

Thomas White 7 Dec. 15 

John Hynde King \ 25 June 44 



P 7 Sept. 41 P 9 June 46 
P27 Dec. 4^ P 25 Aug. 46 
31 Aug. 38 



p 25 Aug. 24 
P 7 July 46 



43 
45 



40 
46 
46 

48 



Cadwallader Adams 

LlBDTENANTS. 

M.W.DelaPoerBere8ford 24 Feb. 
Wm. Whitaker Maitland .p16 May 

Herbert Rocke P23May 45 P20Apr 

William BelhOrs, a4/. ..ip 8 May 

John Nason | 9 Blay 

James William Dewar . . p 7 July 
John Aug. Conolly, d. pm. < p 25 Feb. 



25 Feb. 

15 Dec. 

20 Jan. 

5 Oct. 

P 14 Oct 



p 2Sept.45,P23Mar. 47,P 5 Dec 



19 Dec. 44 

P 15 Dec. 48 

49 

p 

p 



48 
49 
61 
38 
51 
51 



BRBT.-XAJ. 



11 Nor. 51 



Slr( 
•sum ar 



Faiisbawc Wm. Gostling .p23 May 48 
George Henry Lamb. . ... p 15 Dec. 48 



r. 

with 



P 20 Apr. 49 
21 Aug. 49 
23 Not. 49 

P 12 Apr. 50 



18 





7 





10 





14 





7 





10 






Richard D. Astlcy, d, a4j. 
Arthur Savory Armstrong 
Joshua Walter Bond .... 
Edward Le Marchant . . 

Ensions. 
WUliam Watts Corban. . | P 12 July 50 

p 22 Nov. 50 

31 Jan. 51 

P 14 Mar. 51 

51 

51 



Walter Robert Corbet .. 
T. P. St. Geo. Armstrong 
James Moles worth .... 

William Earle Pl7 0ct. 

Grorge Rochfort p 12 Dec. 

John Maxwell MacneUl jp 17 Dec. 52 



CapUIaa PowtU 

J Uiy 4U opwattoDf la tel^« 
4 Sept. 49; NtplcT. ftaelttdlat 

P 20 Apr. 50 sirttctiw of Um P«n «r I< 
P 8 Nov. 50 A Capt. BMldcl«7 avrvcd 
on Ian M » (b» 4Mb la Ctaiaa ( Utdal) ami «•• 

«aVi?K e! P««««kt Aiaa».Ch««iC»id«M. 
P 21 Feb. 51 turc). Nteipi^ 8«f«us Ctepoo, 
P 5 Dec. 51' ^o<»"»f. ■«* Cbia Klaag Poa, •! 

V O uec. 0£ „Q^ 4MCM«i«ly br a b«U •Mch 
P 3 Dec. 52 rrutured tb« UOf b b«a«. 

7 CapUla Maeleaa Mrrcd «td> Um «SCk 

oat the war «Uh Cbtoa (ai«4al). aad 

Mat at ih« Srat lakJag oT Choaaa. ati 
. or iha half bti abora Caaioa, attack aad eapcaf* of 
' AaM»f , Mcwad capture or Chutaa, attack aaS capcat* 

ol the bcif hu of Cblahac. eceupatloa of Nianw aad 
■ rrpulM of the alg bl atlaeb, attack aad captaro of 

Cbapoo, Woofuaf , aad Cbia Klaag Poo. 



Payiiuwfer.— Henry Seymour Michell,' 9 April 47 ; Era. p22 May 36; Xwicl. 
Aiffutant.'-Zieut. William Bellairs, 20 Jan. 51. [22 Mar. 99. 

Quarter-Maittr. — Charles Fraser, 28 Aug. 46 ; Ensign, 4 Sept. 43. 
Surffeon. — John Davies, 27 Oct. 48 ; Assist.^surg. 22 Nov. 39. 
AsMttnt Surgeons. — Henry Beckwith, 3 Nov. 46. 

William Walter Weld, 20 Jan. 43. [Bt., Armit 4^ Co. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. — Irish Agentf, Sir R. R. Bo r ow gh , 

1 Sir Edward Bawatcr wrvcd wMh tbc Srd Ooardr, at tbc *\rg* aad takJof of Copcahafm, la 1107 I mad rabw qm aily la 
Um Paalamla mm Dm. ISM to No*. 1909. aad agala iton Dtc. 1611 ;o tiM rad of tbat war la UH, locbkUat tbc poM^a of 
Ibc Doaro aad taklaf of Opoito, batdc* of Talavvra aad ^l a wMara , raptarc of MadriH, tkfc of Bargoa, battlo of ▼lifHa. 
al«t« of Sm Srbaatiaa. paaMt« of lb* Bida«aa. aad battle or tba NIrv (Maror't boBM). Served alai Um aaaipalfa aTMIS. 
todadiaf tbo battlra oT Qaatia Biaa aad Watnloo. Woaadrd at TalaTrra. aad afala al Wattrloo. Sir Edward tea 
racvlrcd tbo War Mrdal aad trc rla»p« for TaUvcra, Salaauaca, Vittoria, Ntrdlr. aad NIrc. 

fl Coloarl AdaiM inMMawlril tbo 18di Boyal Irltb ia tbc rollowlar oporaUoaa la Cblaa (Modal), vis.. Iho 8rft 
taklaff of Cbaaaa. •toffMlag aad lakiaf tbc Hcicbtr above tbc city oT C«aiaa, capture of Amoj. eceoad caiHa to of 
■lonBlMoad «abii« tbc farUScd Hcifbta of Cblabac. aad eaptaro of tbo clt|r of Niofpo. 

S Molar aalaey, Captaia Oraat, aad Pa|raauicr Micbcll, rervod tbroaftaoot tbo wbolo of tbo ' 
iiaaannflni wlib tbc Sr«t taklog of CbaMO, aad tcnalaatlas wlib tbc diiauaetiatlua 
■•MM aad oaptaro of tbc belsbta above Caataa. attack aad captaro of 4aMy, ceeood oaplaro of 
of the bclfbu of Cblabar, occapotioa of Niacpo. rrpaitc of tbc alfbt attaefe oa NiagpOk attoea aad captaro of thm i 
oatrembod eaav « t^ belcbu of S i f o a a, attack aad captaia of rbafti, TTeaiiai. mi Cbia Kiaaf Wm. Catti. OrMt 
WW wa»diil at CUa Uaaff Foa. 




ficad Qaartifs'l 
St Praslon. J 



50th ( The Queen's Own) Regt. of Foot. 



201 



TMn'Senr* 



68 




i 88 

' 21 
23 



12 

12 

13 

12 

19 

11 

9 

7 

14 

9 

11 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
5 
4 
4 
S 
3 
3 
5 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

4 

6 

27 

6 



Huit 
Pny. 




3 












































The Sphinx with the wordi «« EGYPT"— "VIMIERA"—" COKUNNA"—" ALMA1U2"— 
" VITTOBIA "— " PYKENEES"— " NIVE "— " 0RTHE8"— " PENINSULA*'-'* PUNNIAB " 
•• HOODKEE "— " FBBUZESHAH "— •» ALIWAL"— "80BRA0N." 

Colonel.— Iff James Allan/ CB., Etu. 1 Jan. 96; Lt. 18 Mar. 95; Capt. 10 Sept. 

99 ; Major, 20 July, 09 ; Li,-CoL 4 June, 14 ; Col. 10 Jan. 87 ; Major-Gen. 

9 Nov. 46; Col 67th Foot, 11 Oct. 62. 
Lieut.- CoUmel.'-UenTy Edmund De Burgh Sidley, Comet, 4 May, 15; Lf, 

21 Feb. 22 ; Capt. p 11 June, 30; Major, 8 April, 42 ; Lt.-Col. P28 May 52. 
Minors. — Richard Waddy,* JS?i8. 17 Aug. 32; Lt. 4 May 36; Capt. 18 Nov. 

41 ; Jkfq/or, 14 Feb. 52. 
John Lucas Wilton,* Bns. p 13 Mar. 27 ; Lieut, 16 Mar. 82; Capt. 15 July 46 ; 

Mqjor, P 28 May 52. 



ENSIGN. 



18 June 41 

22 Oct. 41 

4 Aug. 40 

p 12 Mar. 41 

P 6 June 34 

P27 May 42 

29 Mar. 44 

P 29 Apr. 46 

8 Mar. 39 

P 20 Dec. 44 

P 1 Nov. 42 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 28 Sept. 47 
P 18 July 48 
P 29 Oct. 47 

11 Apr. 49 

P 19 Sept. 48 

2 FcD. 49 

10 Apr. 49 
P 17 May 60 
P 14 June 60 

22 Nov. 50 
P25 Feb. 48 

P 23 April 47 
27 Feb. 62 
P 16 Apr. 52 
P 11 June 52 
P 12 June 62 
P 13 June 52 
P 9 July 52 
P17 Aug. 62 



LIEUT. 



P 3 Feb. 43 
P22 Dec 43 
P 20 Aug. 41 
P30 Sept. 42 
P 5 May 37 

6 Oct. 

7 Feb. 
P 6 Oct. 
P 25 Feb. 
P 20 Oct. 



44 

46 
48 
42 
48 



CAPTAIN. 



P 30 Dec. 46 
P 26 May 48 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 6 Oct. 48 
P 26 June 41 
14 Feb. 62 
P 13 April 62 
P 28 May 62 
P 29 Jan. 47 
p 30 July 62 



BIIBV.-MAJ. 



14 Emifn Tbonipwm MTTCd th« 
etmpAlpi en th« Sutlcj, aad wt* 
prMent at the battles or Moodkec, 
Feroievbah. AUwal. and Sobnott. 
Waa wounded by the esploilon of 
a gun Umber at Feroseihah, and 
very lererely wounded by grape 
•hot in right breait at Sobraon 
(Medal and three Claepa). 



JiraeenI at the 
al). 



Captains. 

John Olaus Moller 

Henry Edwin Weare* . . 
HeathfleldJas-Frampton* 
Robert Bridges Sellers' 
Hon. Jas. Pierce Maxwell 
Wm. Percival Elgce^ . . 

John Purcell* 

Edward George Hibbert 
William Bellingham .... 
Hennan Ernest Oalton . . 

Lieutenants. 
Richard Moore Barnes' 
Walter Devereux Shirley 
Andrew C. Knox Lock • . 
Richard Townsend Gray 

Charles Cliffe 

Philip L. TiUbrook, a(^'. 

Tindall Hebden 

Daniel William Tupper. . 
Raymond Herbert White 
WalpoleGeorge Dashwood 
William Henry Mangles 
Rodrk.Maingy Murchison 

JohnHedley'" 

Ensigns. 
Edwin Fletcher Foster .. 

John Thompson '* 

Anthony Molloy Fawcett 

Robert Blackall 

George William Bunbury 

Robert Henry Macfarlane 

Wm. Theodore Hickman 

William Montagu Leeds 

Paymaster. — 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Philip limborch Tillbrook, 21 May 62. 

Quarter^Maiter. — Alexander Fair," 7 July 48. 

Sargeon.—Ajig, Henry Cowen," 2 July 41 ; il. 5. 29 July 30 ; ^.-4. 2 Nov. 26. 

Aesist.'Surg. — John Clay Piirves, M.D. 9 April 47. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq. 
[Returned from Bengal, 6 June 1848,] 

1 Hoior-Oeneral Allan tru present at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1795, and rubcequently 
in 1806 Including the l«ttle of Biueberg. Served the whole of the Mysore campaign of 179Q, Incladtng 
tlM battle of Maliavelly, siege and Ktorm of Serlnzapatam, fur which he haa received a medal. Engaged 
in the nurcuit and dispersion of the Kelel Dundeali, und all his forces; the reduction and occupation of 
Tranauebar* and the whole of the southern Pulygar war in 1800. Served in the Peninsula from ISiUto 
the end of the war, and was present at ibe defence of Cadiz, where be conimahded a light battalion and 
was sUiioned on the heighU of Isla dc Leon to observe Marshal Soult's force: lie was afterwards prosent 
in ibe actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and at ttie battle oi Toulouse, for which he bat received the 

4 Capt. Weare served with the 32nd Regt. during the first siege operations before MooUan in 1846 (Medal 

*'T^^''g^ll,„ ^^ pre^rnt with tb« 50th at PanniM' (Medal) 89 Dee. 1843. Benred aUo the campaign on the Satlej in 
W4A.« (Medal and three ClMpa) Includinf the battles of Moodkee. rcrosesbab, AUwal (wounded) end Sobraon : in Iha two 

7 Capt. Eigee served on the SutleJ (Medal and 3 Clasps), at Moodkee, Ferozeshali, Aliwal (wounded), and 

a Cant! Purcell with a detachment of the 60th, was wrecked on the Andaman Islands in Nov. 1844, where 
he remained for 65 dajs, suffering great privaUon. He served on the Sutlej (Medal), and was at Bud- 
diwal, and severely wounded at Aliwal while carrying the colours. 

li Barnes served on the Sutl^ (Medal it one Clasp), at Moodkee and Peroicshah (sererelr wounded). 

10 Lieut Uedlcy served with the 32nd in the Punjaub Campaign of 184d-9, und was present at the 
■Mond sieve operations before MoolUn (Including the storm and capture of the city ano surrender of tlie 
fbrtreesX surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (Mcdsl and Claspa). 

12 Ouar -Master Fair served with the 44th in the retreat from Cabool, and was taken prisoner at Oun- 



5 July 45 
P 19 April 50 
p 8 June 49 

6 May 50 
P 2 Oct. 49 
P 24 Sept. 50 

14 Feb. 52 

19 Mar. 52 
P 18 April 52 
P21 May 52 

P21 May 52 b.*tlJ% pYnnlw (m.i 
P 28 May 52 * Mi^jor Wiltoa comnanded the 
D ± a«^1«il m ^^^ **' Loodiuah dnrinc theeerlv 
f 4 April O i pi^ or the SuileJ e«gapalgn. and wu 
subsequently present with the Mhh in the battle of AU- 
wal. where be wu fererely burnt by an eaplosioa of <hw 
of the enemy'! tumbrils ; and battle of Sobraon, where 
be was Terjr sererely wounded, barinf recclecd a shot la 
tbe hip, and three Mvere aabn wounde In the right arm 
and shoulder i Medal and one Clasp. 

A Capt. Frampton was present in ChebatUe of Punaiar 
(Medal). He served also the campaign on tbe SutleJ 
(Medst and two Clasps), Ineluding the battles of Mood- 
kee, Feroxeataah. and Aliwal, in which last he was don* 
gerously wounded, and bad bis arm amputated. 



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LB^in-ifTSJ 6Ut (The ind Yorkshire Weit mdinff) or [^LT 

7^ King* 8 Oum Light Infantry JRegt 

' MINDBN"— "CORUNNA" — "SALAMANCA"— "VITTORI A"—" PYHBUBES"— 
" NIVELLE"— "ORTHBS"— " PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

Colonel* 
P Sir Thomas Willshire, Bart.^ KCB.* JSnsign, fi5 June 05 ; Lieut, 6 Sept 95 ; 

Capt. 28 Aug. 04 ; Mttfor, 81 Sept. 13; LieuL-CoL 4 Dec. 16 ; Col 10 Jan. 

87 ; Mqfor-Gen. 9 Noy. 46 ; Col. Slat, W June 49. 
Lieui,'CoUmeU.—9 Wi Wm. Henry Elliott,' KH. JSm. P 6 Dec. 09 1 X^ v 13 Aag. 

19 ; Capt, P9 Not. 80 ; Af^y. i»12 July 81 ; Lt.-Col p87 June 88; CoLU Nor. 51. 
£dw. St. Manr, Ens. p 22 June, 15 ; Lieut, P 10 If or. 20 ; Capt. 9 29 Hay, 23 : 

Major P 1 July, 87 ; Lt,-Col. 4 July, 45. 
Mqjors, — ^Arnold Charles Errington, £nt. P 4 Feb. 26 ; Lieut. 18 Sept 31 : Capt. 

P 14 July, 87 ; Mqjor, P35 July. 45. 
Augustus Thomas Rice; Ens. P 1 1 Oct. 81 ; Lieut, p 10 Mar. 37 ; Capt. P 15 Oct 

41; Af^or, 28 June 52. 



Pmj. 
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27 
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Captains. 

Edward Lionel Wollcy . . ,p29 Dec. 25 
William H. H. Anderson 20 Sept 88 

Hon. David Erskino ' p81 July 85 

ChichesterO.Crookshank*' 25 Mar. 36 
Rich. Atherton Ffarington P 3 July 40 



LIBUT. 



Augustus Henry Irby 
Donald G. Angus Darroch' 
Herbert Russell Manners 
Edward Cecil Singleton 
Henry Fletcher Marston^ 

LiBUTBNAXTS. 

John Henry Dickson .... 
James Wm. Mansfield . . 

Robert NeTille 

Samuel Alexander Madden 
Geo. Warburton Drought 
John George Don Marshall 
Henry Bruen Westropp . . 
Wm. Lemp. Fred Sheaffe 
Samuel George Carter . . 
Archibald Robertson. , . . 
R Gordon Sanders Mason 
Edward O'Callagfaan .... 
WUUam Jamea Baillie . . 

Richard Pilmer* 

Stewart Alex. CleeTe^o^^'. 
John Anderson 



P 15 July 37 

P22 Mar. 38 

28 Aug. 38 

P31 Dec. 41 

8 Mar. 39 



4 Jan. 33 

28 Aug. 36 
P27 June 38 

29 Dec. 88 
P23 June4d 
P 5 Oct 41 
P26 Aug. 36 

7 Jan. 42 
P 31 Dec. 44 



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P 31 Dec. 41 
P 6 June 45 
P 25 July 45{«M> 

p 28 Dec. 49 WM 
Aug. 50 ^ 

Pl5Apr. 42 
13 Nov. 46 
10 April 52 






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15 Nov. 39 

V 23 June 43 

P 24 June 43 

P 7 July 43 

P27 Sept. 44 

14 July 43 

P 11 July 45 

6 Dec. 44 

13 June 45 

5 July 45 

4 July 45 

10 Oct. 45 

P 19 Jan. 49 

23 Mar. 47 

20 Jan. 49 

P25 June47 

F. Charleaworth Kennedy I 18 Sept. 49 

* P 18 Jan. 50 
23 Mar. 47 
25 Nov. 45 
18 May 49 



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tor* of MftdrM mui 

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trvftt taiM Portacal 4vi^ •b*'^ 

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Robert Coke Glover 
John Frederick Trydell . . 
Charles Sergison Nott . . 
Samuel Tomyns Sargent 

ElfBIOKS. 

Fred. Edward Medhurst 
Arthur G. Evelyn Morley 

William Agg ••.. 

Henry Reveley Mitford. . 
Hennr Trafford Trafford 

Charles Acton 

Arthur Percy Kerr .... 
Hen. R. De Anyers Willis 
Jamas Clarke 



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P 14 June 50 
P 17 Sept 50 
P150ct 50 
P 18 Apr. 51 

31 Mar. 40 
P 12 Dec. 51 
p 14 May 52 
July 52 

10 July 52 



20 May 

4 July 

do. 

do. 

P 22 July 45 

P 25 July 45 

P20July 47 

6 Aug. 47 

18 July 48 

P 19 Jan. 49 

18 May 49 

p 28 Dec. 49 

P 8Mar.50 

P 12 July 50 

P 4 Apr. 51 

18 Apr. 51 

P17 Oct. 51 

P 5 Dec. 51 

9 July 52 

July 52 

9 July 52 

S Capt. DaiTodi ttmd wtih tk» M»f9H la CsmmU 
durlag ti)« afbrillM of IflST-S. ■• Mrvcd aIm vitk 
lb* SIbS Ib th« cMBpftlgB «■ tk« tBikJ (aw^aix ■»: 
wu vowBdMl at FftMHkafe. 

« Capt Mamoa wrr^ wftk Ma 4lal Beet, tt* 
e«Bpal|B af ISIt !■ Si^liialif^ aB4 vat ^vwim « 
Iha gf n i M li wmt mt mmmrm AatStik Apnl • 
tha PHaaM VaOcy i Id tkal af Ika SMh May 
Caadahar, SOUk Ai«. at Ooalae. Mh Srfi. 
GtasM*. ocmpailaa aad dMtnietlMi af tkai 
and af Oabaol. ca|icdltloo into 
tara, aad i la iiii mli ia of laiaBBi ami !• SW varn - 1 
rniaer aSkin 
Kbybar 



Um an af S*U«crlB« aa 
a afltorria 
Joaa lSia» ke 
▲ld»-4a-CaBip to U^m-Otmmni 
lagUa, aa4 ma ptaiil at ih* b«t- 
Uaaof m» Pj iwito. aoch ami Slit 
July-Naelvfd 
ahafwUltedti 

arfteASoMr, bacdrcf Ni. 
vaUc, aitock af tha tMigb^ «r St. 
P4, aa4 battla at QiHua. Ap- 
polalW Millar «r ■ric«*> «• «lM Im 
Bfltada. Tib dlvialaa, aaa tcrrv^ 
as Mcb aatU Mk cad at ttat *«r. 
Serrtd alw Iba latofaltii af UlS, 
ta^adSnt (tat battla af Waaartoo. 
aaptvn af Gaabraf , aa4 tapitHU> 
lloa of Paris. Ba has r u a i iad tba 
War Medal M 



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Charles Goddard > 23 Nov. 52 

PflymMfer.— Hugh Somerville Sawyer Bumcy, 31 July, 46 ; En$. f 29 Dec. n/> 
AifUtant,-^ Lieut, fitewart Alexander Cleeve, 30 March 40. {Lt. p 14 Jane, :v 
Qaiar^«r-Jfaf^«r.~ Robert Shean, 20 Aug. 44. 

SterMcm.-«eorge Stewart Beatson, M.D., 28 Aug. 40; Aseiet.^Surg. 19 July a*- 
AiHtt.'Sttrg€ont.^43eOTge Cunnlnghame Melkleham, 16 June, 49. 

WUliam Abbott Anderson, 28 Feb. 45. 

Tbomaa Crawford, M.D. 18 Feb. 48. 
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IKD008TAK"— " VIMIBBA"-^*COBUNKA'«— BUSACd"— " FITENTES D'ONOB 
"CIUDAD RODRIOO"— "BADAJOZ"— " BALAMAIVCA"— " VITTOBIA"— 
"jriVELLB"— " KTIVE"— " ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"—'^ PEiVINSULA"— 
~ « WATERLOO.'* 

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P 22 Sept 37 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P15Jaa. 41 
P25Jane4I 
15 Apr. 42 
P 2 Sept 42 
P28Jiioe44 
P 13 Dec. 44 
P 16 Dec. 45 

P 16 Jan. 46 
P 1 May 46 
P 3 Sept. 47 
p 18 Feb. 48 
P 16 June 48 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P18 Aug. 48 
P 12 July 50 
P 15 Oct 50 
31 Jan. 51 
P14 Mar. 51 

P16Sept51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 16 Apr. 52 
P17 iiug. 52 
P 14 May 52 
P21 Sept 52 
P 23 Nov. 52 
10 Dec. 52 



P 17 Sept 29 
Pll May 30 
P31 Jan. 40 
P 2 Feb. 44 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 6 Feb. 48 
p 1 May 46 
P 13 July 47 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 25 Feb. 48 

P 14 Apr. 48 
P 18 Aug. 48 
P 24 Sept. 50 
P 24 Fib. 51 
p 22 Aug. 51 
P 23 July 52 
P 6 Aug. 52 
P 15 Oct. 52 
P 5 fiov, 52 
P 12 Nov. 52 
P 17 Dec. 52 



11 Not. 61 



11 5ir Archibald Haclalne," KCB. JSns. 16 Apr. 94; Lieut. 39 April, 95',Cnpi. 

32 Dec. 04; Mqjor^ 4 Oct 1<»; Lieut-CoL 25 Jan. 13; Co/. 22 July 8U: 

MtJ^or-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Nov. 51 j CoL 52od F. 8 feb. 47. 
Lieut.-CoUmel. — Cecil William Forester, Jins, p 1 Aug, 26 ; Lieut, 14 May 89 j 

Capt,P4 Dec. 35; Mnjor, 16 Jan. 46 ; Lt.^Col. p28 Aug. 51. 
3f<|;(w*.— George Campbell, JBne. P 13 Mar. 35 ; Lieut. 31 Deel 38 ; Capt, 9 86 

Jan. 41 ; Jdc^fn-, P 81 May 50. 
Charles James Conway Mills, Ens, p 26 Dec. 34 ; Lieut, p 38 Aug. 88 ; Capt. 

P 25 June 41 ; 3f<pgr, P 22 Aug. 51. *^ 

Captains. ENSioys. l ibut. [ captain. BRSv.-iiAjf 

Joshua Allen Vigors .... 
Charles Albert Denisoni^. 

William Corbett 

John Hen. Fraser Stewart 
Maxwell Du Pre Stronge 
Hugh Montgom. Archdall 
Arthur Lennox Feel .... 
James Jolines Bourchier 
Hon, Ernest Geo. Curzon 
Charles Cornwaliis Ross.. 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

George Charles Synge . . 
George Parker Heathcote 
Chidley Downes Coote . . 
Carisbrooke James Lyon 
Hon, D. Johu Monson . . 
Cecil Lennox Peel, adj, . 
Hon, Henry Flower .... 
CharlM Kenrick Crosse. . 
Augustus Tapps Qervis. . 
Fred. Albert Champion. . 
John Arthur Bayley .... 

Ensigns. 
Walter James Stopford . . 

George Hallam 

Charles Henry Bullock . 
William Robert Moorsom 

Arthur Henley 

Geo.HerbertWindsorCllve 
Lord Walter C.M.D.Scott 
Arthur James Fremantle 



CAPTAIN. 

P 19 Oct 38 
P 26 Oct 41 
P19 June 46 
P 16 June 48 
P 21 May 50 
P 24 Jan. 51 
P22 Aug. 51 
P 15 Oct 52 
P i 2 Nov. 52 
P 17 Dec. 68 



9 Paymuwr Dlckioa wrfcd i« 
ifa* PralnniU rroB April ISIStotiife 
cloM of that war,aod «»•• nrvyfatst 
lae iMOod tiff « of TMraf'vwtctlua 
at 0rtl«l, 4ad invrttyenl of Bum* 
Imu. t«rr»d t' ruufhoitt tb^ wbolf 
e( the Bunui'M war, for wblcli ht 
haa reevived the Medal. Alao la 
AfDrbinittan .an 1841 and 4t, Bad 
baf roeelvvd tht Medal fir tbf 
lattar. 



88 8 Payina##«r.— aFnmclsDicksony*26JuIy,27;^7M.12Mar.l8$ Xi«u^.87Jaa.l4. 
6 Aegutant, — Lieui, Cecil Lennox Peel, 23 July 52. 
g QMar/er-3fa#<0r.— William Knott, 25 Feb. 45. 
86 ^vr^son.— Wm. Cruickshank, M. D. 6 Jan. 43 ; Assiit,'Surg, 5 Nov. 29 j Hoep,- 
Assist, 22 Nov. 27. 
9 Assistant'Surgeou, — Raphael Woolman Read, 31 May, 44. 

Facings Buff. — Agent, Charles R. M'Gregor, E^q. — Irish Agents, — Sir R. R. 

Borough, Bt. Armit k. Co. 
[Seturned from Canada 12//k ^t/j/i/^f, 1847.] 

t Hr AicUbaM MaclaiiM'i acrricM t—Uyton campalfn of 179S agaiiut TIppoo Sultan* locludlnt th» battlt of MalliTtUy, 
alcf* and nombif of SeriogaiiatHBt wbert be nceiTcd ibree weundf. flrom ttae effecu of wbieb be was eimflned in totplui firr 
npvanU of a year. Capfture of tbe Daal«b wtUeraent of Traaqucbar, aad tba Poljrgar war in 1801. ioet>jdla< tbe battle e( 
Avdiag7» aad affair of Scrunfaporc, «ber« be waj wounded. Mabraita war of ISOf . S. and 4, acainst Scmdia. Holkar. and tbe 
Bora aajab, faeludlaf tbe atom of Julaagbur, ilcffe and stitmlaf of Oawilfhvr, tiego of A weerghtirj wounded), aad battle of 
Aaiaam. Ordend bona ia 1M4, In •oofequfnee of Mvero wouada rccclred io tbe diflbrrat aetioas from I7V9 to 1804. Pcoinca* 
lar eaapaisna of ISIO. 1 1. and 11, iaeludtaf tbe defence of CadU. tbo defence of Matagorda (an outwork of Cadic. and a rvbiod 
radoubl wben taken pouBMloo of Arom tbe enemy), nrom 2Snd Pebruaiy to flnd April 1810, duriaf wbieb loaf period Sir 
Arebibald, diea a ca^ia ia tbe old t4tb teffiaioat, wiib a verf amall force uadcr bla command, mo»i fallaatly kept at bay 8,000 
of tbe oaeajr uadrr Manbal Soall, who coadueled tbo ikio, aad did aec eraeuato uatll ordorcd to do m br Ue«t.-Geocral Sir 
Tboaaa Qiabam, bb men b«inf a«arly all oitber fcUled or wounded. Served alao at tbe battle of Barroaa 'daagtroaily 
aad bit borae killed,) aad capture of Serllle. Sir Arebibald bas received tlie War Medal and one clasp for Barruia. 



vttk three hnadrcd men the attack of ten thoasand CaiRrea upon the open Tillage of GraLan.'i Town, on the froniiera of 
tlie Cape of Good Hooe, on the tSnd April tSlO, aad commanded during the iobaeqnent operativn* egaiuat tbo CaflVca In 
the eame /car. Scrreu afkerwarda in the Beat Indies from May isn to 1840. Commanded a wing of the 46th at the cap- 
en* of KMIoer in the Dooob, ia Dec. 1814. Scrred aUo throaghaat the whole of the campaign ia A^i^aaiatan aader 
■t ai the captoie af the fbrticaa of Ohuaa^ SSid Jub IS»S. npoa which oecaaion be waa ^polated 
naa4 ot the BoMba? colvam of the ena? ef the liaJaa he capurcd the fortrcea of XaeUt aa the 
rUdk aerriaa ha vaa cnate4 a haxeaeu Baa lacdTcd the ailter n wt lleial vllb icven Claapa. 



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9 m Fits Roy James Henry, Lord Baglui/ OCfi. Comet ^ 9 June, 04 ; XI. 8 

May, 06 ; Capt, 6 May,08 ; Af<t;. 9 Jane,ll ; LietU.-Col. 27 Apr. 12; CW.9 

Aug. 16 ; 4rir;.-(?eii. 27 May,25 ; X^-(?tfn. 28 Jiue,38 ; C0<. 63rd F. 19 XoT.M 

Li^<^-Co2(m«^f.* Henry William Breton, JSna. 16 Mar. 16; Lieut. P27 July, 20 

Cap/. P 21 JuW, 26 ; ilfilf or P 31 Dec. 28 ; X#.. Co/. P llJuiy 34 ; C<»l. 9 Nov. 4C 

William R. Mansfield,* £iu. 27 Noy.36; Xi^m^ p31 Aiig.38; C^^PlOFeb.43 

. Major, P 3 Dec. 47 ; Lt.-Col. P 9 May 61 . 

A Ar<^'or«.^Henry Havelock,* CB., t 9d Lt. 20 July, 16; Li. P240el.21 ; Copt. i 

I June 38 ; Br«r.* Mojor, 4 Oct. 42 ; Miy. 30 June 43 ; Breo. Lt,-Col, 30 Apnl 4^1 

I Charles Lempricre,^ Ens. p 4 Dec. 36; Lieut, p 12 Oct. 38; Capt. P31 Mar. a 

Major, P 9 May 61- 



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Captains. 
Wm. H. H. Forbes Clarfcc^ 

Tliomas Ffrencb^ 

George B. HilUer* .... 
Jolin M*NeiU Waltex* .. 
Hon. W. Leopold Talbot 
Pat. W. Sydenham Boss 

William Payn*» 

Robert Hunt 

Annesley Paul Gore*' .... 
C.F.Web^terWedderbnmc 

LiBUTEKANTS. 

Thomas Moiibray**. . 
Macartney Hume Oldfleld* 
George Rol»crt Iloplcins'** 

John Breton*^ 

Alex. James Sutherland'* 
William Hunt Grubbe*^. . 

Henry BucIl** 

HenJlrcUbaldRobertson* 
John Wm. Follow*,'^ adj. 
William George Spilier" 
Geoige Herbert Cox ^ . . 
James Winsmore Corfieid 
Edward Dyne Fenton • . 
Marcus Antonlua Waters 



BNSIOIC. 



26 NoY. 24 
4 Dec. 17 

14 Dee. 88 
P3] July 36 
P20May 42 
P ONoT. 38 
P27 May 42 
4 Sept. 40 
P 7Apr. 43 
P31 May 39 

6 June 40 

26 Not. 41 
28 Aug. 39 

P 2 Dec. 42 

16 Jan. 41 

27 July 44 

28 July 44 
P 8 Apr. 42 

31 Mar. 46 
23 Aug. 44 

17 Apr. 42 
28 Aug. 46 



LIEUT. 



IMay 26 

26 Apr. 28 
P 16 Apr. 41 

3 July 39 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P2Sept. 42 
P 12 Jan. 44 

12 Feb. 42 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 26 Jan. 41 

26 Feb. 42 

p 15 Mar. 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

24 May 44 

16 Feb. 46 

22 Feb. 46 

P 8 Aug. 46 

p 4 June 47 

14 Sepr. 47 

7 July 43 

P 16 June 48 



CAFTAIH. 



BVBT.-UAJ, 



11 Not. :1 



Pl3Aug.47 Pid July49 

»»26 May48,P28Aug. 49 

Francis PerciTal Drought p 6 Dec. 44 1 30 Not. 49 

Bendyahe Walton* P 10 Jane 48 p 8 Feb. 60 

Geonre Newton Fendall. . 1 1 Dec. 46 p 4 May 49 
John Keys Humfivy .... 30 Apr. 46 . p 16 June 49 
John Alexander Dalxell* 30 Jan. 47 ' p 14 Mar. 61 
Graham Taylor 10 April 49 p May 61 



Fred. Richard Solly Flood 
W. Peel'* rQr.M . SflTjvlj^?) 

Henry Helsham 

BnsioNa. 

Edward Moora'* 

Arary Jordan DaTem* . . 
Wale Ryroer Byrne «... 
Donald Harrey Monro .. 

Thomas Acton i 26 July 61 

Wm. Henry James Clarke, 10 Aug. 61 
Cba. FTa. Herbert Lloyd jpH Oct. 61 
Tliomas Cliarles Ffiencb ' 21 May 62 



PfilAug.49!P 8 Aug. 61 

4 Sept 49 , P 22 Aug. 61 

Pl4Mar.6l|Pl2 Oct. 62, 



19 Mar. 47 

29 Jan. 47 

9 April 49 

19 Not. 47 



29 Sept. 43 

31 Oct. 40 

19 Mar. 47 

29 Sept. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 

16 Jan. 40 
P 14 Mar. 61 
P 24 Jan. 61 
Pll Sept.49 

P28May 62 

9 LI.-COL MsMadd ten 
with ibe aSrd In ths canpM) 
OB the 8tttl«j la IM6, sad m 
prMtnt at lkHl4l«al« Allvsl. ti 
Sobrioo, St «bScb last kt acid 
M Alds-4e-Caap to ths Cx 
maadsr-lB-Ctokf (Mtdsl mi 
elskps). Hs eottOMDdfd tk 
Bff ftairat la ths Pui^sa^ cm 
psign tn lS40>sn4 nm» prMrftt » 
ih« bsitis ciOo^frmt{U9U 
sod Clasp). 

A Captain ClaAs Mrrcd v.i 
Uie 47tJi In ths Bunnsst w 
with Ihs sard on tiM 8«tA 
(Vcdai), aad wm prcMnt < 
BuddJwat, Aliwml, and 8obn«i 
Hs has aito ths Pni^siib Mnt j 

10 Cspt. Psjn. Us. Hopkiti 
8uth«riiuid, Ombbe, Bncfc. it 
Ftti, ten ad In tlM cnvpaign i 
ths Bntlfl (Medal), and wt 
prcMnt at Bnddlwal, AU»i 
and Sobraon. Ospi. Pay a, U 
Qnibbs and Baeh sarvtd thai 
tba Punjaub In IMO. and aei 
prtfsnl at Oo<d«rat (Medal ai 
Clasp). 

11 Cape Oow tmnt A wkh tW ■ 
Dnf . Gaaids agabwl tb« ImmJr 
Bocn is 8a«tk Afttoa la 1S4** 



tkroofboat the UBr war wl 
S Capl. Trailer mtt d ttraaclMat «n KtMt tm 
palfB of ISIS-r at AdimumA9iam SSCS, and FtoW 4U 
MBl of lb« iM Divltiea. SarvtS *lia Ska SSrS » > 
Pd^|aab Cmpaica la ISM, aad waa praaant at tlw n 
da 9t Oa^arat ( Madal aad Ctaip). 

7 Mator Ffltvnch ttrtcd with tha Mlh In Ob - 
(Ms<lalV. and waa at ChuNui, lttnfpo.Ch.7 
8han8hal,WoMnnc,Cbln KInns Vbn nn4 Ka»i 
8«rTpd as a XsJor of Brignda In ih* Puhv* 
Campalcn In 1949. and wa« p n aa n t at the bai 
or 0«<oJersi (Mi-dal and Cl&ip). 

1 



Paymaeter.—Wm. Ssnford Hall, 10 July, 40; JSne. 19 Dec. U ; X/.22 Apr 

Atyutant.^Lieut, John Wm. Follorrs," 27 May, 46. 

Quarter' Matter. — ^Thomas Marshall, 30 July 62. 

SMr^wfi^— NeUim Dartnell,** 19 Jan. 44 ; Aesist.-Sutg, 4 Dec. 32. 

Ametant'SurgeoM^'-^mmefi Simpson Qnwt, M.D. 26 Sept. 46. 1 F«esM^ Rr<' 

Thomas Bussett Rcid, 16 May 61. I Afente, Me«4 

Alexander Macrae , M.D. 6 Not. 60. I Cox & Co 
I LofU Bsfflsn performed tba ardnona and fsapoaalbla dntjr of AldeHla-Caaip aad MUitnry 8«<r« tai 
to Hla Grac« tba Daka of Wdllnfton thfoofbonl tba rnnpalima la Spala, Portiacal. France^ and Plantl<« 
and waa prrarnt at the battles of Rolala, VImlam, Talavrra, and Bttaaco( woondad); Iba attack aad enp«nr« 
Oportn, puffwiK of Manbal Sonlt. rrtraat to tlie lines of Torria Tadras oeeopatlon of them, opf mtSotta %u 1 
parvnlt of Marshal Ma awna , battisof Pncniaa d'Onor, In stfgc of Badaloa, tba brilliant aftir of El Ito&rm. a iti 
and rapiura of Cio<iad Rodrifo, •!»*» and captura of Badsjos, battle of Salamanen, caputrr of Madrid « 
Iba RHlro, df Itlni the encny tnm Talladolld to Bwrfoa, alfta of that matJa. Tariona aCftlfa on Ukr r* tn 
frmn Bnrfoa to tba IV o w iie ia of Partnfal, advaaoa In ISIS, batlica nf Vltloria and the PTivMoa, nctkan 
Iran, paaMfr of iha BMaaMM, tba Hhrolla, and tba NIva advance In U14, battiM of Ortbaa aad Tanlmi 
and ervrr other a0UrwblrbiMfcplnea{ alsa tba battle of QnativBiaa,ratf«al of tba ITlbJana.aaAbnitl* 



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5ith(Tlie West Norfolk) Reqt. of Foot. [d^STS'iSJS^. 

The Sphinx J with the words " MARABOUT'—" EGYPr*— " AVA." 

C(E>/<m<2.->9 WUUam Alexander Goxdon/ CB. J5^.20et.94; LUut, 11 Dec. 94; 

Capt. 2 Oct. 01 ; Mtyor, 4 Jnne 13 ; Lieut.*Coi. 25 Dec 13; Col. 22 JiUy 

80 ; Mqf.'Gm. 28 Wot. 41 ; Lt.'Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; CoL 64Ui F. 16 Aug. 60. 

i*.-CWoiw/.— William Yorke Moore,> JSm. p 16 Dec. 26 ; Lieut, p 12 Dec. 26 ; 

Capt. P19 July, 33; Mqior, p30 Dec. 42; Lt.^CoL 11 Nov. 61. 
Mqfars.^9John Normas,* JSVm. 2 July 12; Lieut. 9 Not. 15; Capt. 9 July 32; 
Brevet'Mqjar, 9 Nor. 46; Atajar, 23 Feb. 49. 

10 Not. 37; Ct^. 



Arthur St. George H. Stepney/ Bne. p 16 May, 34; Lt. p 1 
P 16 April, 42 ; Brev.-Mqj. 3 April, 46 ; Mt^or, p 9 July, 



60. 



Captains. 

Bowland Moffiit 

Seton Lionel Smith .... 
Alfred Robert Maigary. . 
lAuncelot Bdward Wood 
Geoige Camming Miller 
John Charles Hill Jones 

Francis Fisne 

James Swetenham* .... 
William Freeland Brett. . 
James Sinclair Thomson 

LlBUTBNANTB. 

John S. F. Fowke, tLpm. 
Thos. Hongerford Powell 
Pridaux William Gillum 
W. Ed. Freeman O'Brien 
Henry BllioU Bayly 
John Fred. Flamank 
PercyG. Botfield Lmke/uU 

Arthur Hunt, d. a4i 

Edward Thomas Shi fiber 
Wm. Hill Dawe Clarke 
John SadLTille Swann . . 
Charles Alex. Tliomson 

Emcit Le Peiley 

Eifsioiis. 
William Fermor Ramsay 

Edward Cliffe 

Robert Baret Stokes .... 
And. Rob. Guy Evered 
T. Bittkiston Houston . . 

Alfred Robert Ord 

Henry John Fane 
Dillon Beetham. . 



I ENSIGN. 



• • . • 



P 22 June 82 
12 Feb. 36 
P26June38 
P 21 May 29 
P 19 July 39 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P27 Aug. 41 
P 22 July 42 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P26NOT.42 

P 80 Dec. 42 
P 29 Sept. 43 
P28 Oct. 43 

6 Dec. 44 
14 Apr. 46 

7 July 46 
10 Oct. 46 
10 Oct. 46 

p 31 Dec 47 

29 June 49 

1 June 49 

P 19 Oct. 49 
20 Oct. 49 

23 Not. 49 

P 28 Dec. 49 

22 Oct 60 

P 16 Mar. 60 

P 3 Jan. 61 

6 Dec. 61 

9 July 62 



LIBUT. 



P 7 Aug. 36 
P 19 July 39 

20 Oct. 40 
P 22 June 32 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P 30 Dec. 42 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 8 Aug. 46 
6 Dec. 44 

13 June 46 



14 June 46 
P 14 Aug. 46 
P31 Dec. 47 
P 2 Mar. 
11 Oct. 
p 9 Nov. 
Pl7 Nov. 

30 Sept. 60 
Pl3Dec 60 
P 17 Jan. 61 
25 June 61 
11 Nov. 61 
27 Aog. 62 



49 
49 
49 
48 



CAPTAIN. 



P27 Aug. 41 

P 30 Dec. 42 

P 27 Oct. 43 

24 May 46 

1 1 Oct. 49 

P 9 Nov. 49 

P 10 Jan. 61 

P 12 July 60 

26 Jnne 61 

P 9 July 52 



BRBV.-lf AJ. 



9 Lleut.-CoI. 

Moore MrT«d 

MftCapUinthe 

S0th Regimeat 

tbroughout ihe 

ounpa. aipUoftt 

the RiOah of 

Ooorf in April 

1884. 

a Major Nonnaa wu pment at 

the baUle of Vittorim, aod leTtrcly 

wounded and taken prfioncr in tha 

Maya Paas* In tha Pjriaacca. 

4 M ^J. Stepnej Mnrcd with 
the 90th in the campaign on 
the Sotlcif (Medal) : the com- 
mand of the Regiment dc- 
TolTcd on him when Lt.-Col. 
Congieve was wounded at the 
battleof Feroaeehah, and which 
command h« retained dnrtng 
the night of the 91at, and tha 
action of the 99nd Dec I84f » 
and daring the remainder of 
the acllire part of the cam* 
palgn until leverely woundtd 
by a grape>thot at the con- 
clusion of the battle of Sobncv. 
ft Capt. Swctenbam waa Mrnvly wovnded In Iha 
rifht lar* >ail •liffhUy on the left ildr, wbllat aanylnff 
tba . acginantal Colonr of the Bnflk al the kattla of 
Puanlar. en the SBth Dec. 1843 t he baa reeelfed 
tba Bronse Star. 



P 31 Sept. 62 
Paymaster.^^iXWsxa Marriott, 22 Aug- 61 ; Bmi. 12 June, 46. 
Adl^utant.-^Lieut. Percy Godfrey Botfield Lake, 27 Aug. 62. 
Qicarfer-Af Offer.— Thomas Hipkiu, 6 July 62 ; Ene. 1 Aug. 61. 
^ur^Am.— George Murray Webster, M.D.', 1 Dec. 48 ; Astitt.^Surg, 6 Dec 30. 
Aitietant'Surgeons, — Francis Hastings Baxter, M.D., 1 1 July, 46. 

Thomas Moorhead, M.D., 24 Oct. 46. 
Facingt Green. 
Agent, Charles R. M'Origor, Esq. — Irish Agents, Sir B. R. Boroagh, St., Armit, 5c Co. 

I Llcttt. -General Gordon eenred in Holland In 17S9} at Waleberen in IBOSi and in tbe Fenioanla front ISlOto tbc end 
of tbai war In 1814. lacludin« tbe battle of Fucntca d*Oiior* aeilen at Arroyo da Molina^ battle of Vl tt ar t a ■aetrcly 
wonnded to tba left am. Commanded a light battalion In tba actlona of tbe Pyrrnecs, battlea of tbe Nive and St Firrre 
(woondfld and botac killed onder blm), actlona of Haapazra and Hellette- wounded in tbe right fbot In forcing tbe cnemy'a 
line* at Haaparen, Hih Feb. 1814. Be baa reeelTcd tbe gold Mtdal for tbe Nire. and tbe silTcr War Uedal with two Cla»pc 
ibr rnentead'Onor and Vittorta. 



4 Major Lemprlere terred In Ihe SutleJ Campaign, and waa prewnt at Buddlwal. Alto the Pui^aob in 
184tl» including the battle of Goojerat (Medal and ClR«p). 

Llouttf. Oldfleld, HobertsoD, SplUer, Walton, Daliell, and Darem, ierred la the Pvidaob Compaign lit 
1840, and nere pntent at tbe battle of Ooojerat (Medal and Clasp). 

g Capt. Hllller acted aa Alde>de*camp to Brigadier Cureton In tbe action of Ifabar^Jpore, and bai rccc l ead ttie Bronao 
Star. He Mrred ag Aide de-camp to tbe OOTemor General witb tbe Army of tbe ButleJ, and was Mrerely wounded In tba 
action at Moodkee ( Medal). 

IS Lletiia. Moubmy, Cox, and Moore, have recelTcd tbe Medal for the Puojaub Campalf n. 

14 Lt. Breton served In tbe campaign on tbe Btttl^ (Medal), and was prtsent at Buddlwal. AUiral, and 
Sobraiin (wounded). 

17 Lieut. Follow* served in the campaign of 184$-0 on tbe SottciJ (Medal), and was engaged la the 
battles of Aliwal and fiobraon. Alio In the Puidaub Campaign in 1840, including tbe battle of Ooc|]erat 
(Medal and Clasp). 

18 Mr. Oartnell aerred wUh tba 4th Lt. Dragoons during the campaign in Aflkhanlstas under Lord Keane. 
and waa present at the siege and captura of Obosnee (Medal). Also with the Mrd In tbe Pu^Jaub Cam- 
naten in tfUfk Inpliittim Iba battle of Oocjerat (Medal and Clasp). 

~^^«-g-i r-ii . , ^ B a i..^.,.i .HK •!*• MM ihn ButlH Cmnalm of lMA-8. and was nrssent at Bad- 



66rt (7*« Wutmortland) Regt. of Foot. [^.*"i£JKI'%SJI* 

« CHHTl."— " S*» iJrBjw." 

CbIdimI. 

I ta Ji4in HlUst Hamaton, CB.' Conut, 31 Oct. 91 : LUut. 31 Jan. 01 ; 

Capt.i»OeLWi Jfq/.lAJuDEM; Xlm/.-CM. 4 Jiina 11 ; Col. S7 Ha; id i 

Mni^Om. 10 Jut. 97 J LUut-Qm. fl Nov. 46 ; CM. Mlh Begu 17 Dm. 48. 
I^Vul-CoJmd.— CLvlM Warrea,' CB. Bnt. 34 Nor. 14 ; Lt. 13 No*. 18 ; 

Capl. '1 Ang.aS; Jfq/or, 31 Nor. 34 j Brtvtt Xl.-Coj. 83 Dec. 4d; Xt.- 

Col. 'idSor. 46. 
Ifqf'ert.— p Arthar O'Leary,' £iu. IB Apr. II ; Luut. S6 Jan. 14 ; Capt. 37 

Nov. 3o i SrvMf-ATq/. 93 Dec. 43 ; 3fi{/. 1 1 Nov. 48. 
lear? Cliarlei Banuton Daubcney,* CB. Eiu. \i Har. SO ; Xt. Aug. 81 1 

Cnyi. i'aSOct.30} JrCT.-Afa/.aa Dec. 48} Afitfor, p 86 Nnt ■' 



CaPTjIINS. 


EKSIOK. 


LIBUT. 


CAPTAIB. 


BRBV.^MAJ." 


olin Balllle Roic* 


r 8 Apr. 96 


IB Hay 33 


F 7 Peb. 40 


II Nov. 81 






3 June 99 


P 10 Apr. 40 
F16D«. 40 


11 Not. 81 
11 Nov. 61 


lector H'Catiiiir.!"!! 


90 Nov." 97 


4 June S3 


'red. Amellui Whimper* 


P 33 Jan. 35 


P33 Har. 88 


P G Oct. 41 




r. Holland L.D. Cuildy 


P31 May 33 


97 Not. 36 


P 94 Oct. 46 


6 Not. 40 


lenry Tliomai Butler' . . 


P 1 Nov. 33 


"laMar. 36 


11 Nov. 48 




leorgc KIdk' 


» 10 Oct. 38 




P a Nov, 47 
P 19 Jan. 49 




ohn Oeoive Schawl 


14 June 3U 


P 15 Dre! 4(1 




.IfredC.Cure 


31) July 14 


f 9 Apr. 47 


P17AUB.68 
P a July 68 




obn Dunnvan Vernei . . 


P34 8e|jt.4I 


f 33 Aug. 44 




LiBUTKNANTd. 










ohn Prend,' rf. pin 


F 1 Sept. 38 


90 Pub. 41 






loirj BcjnDlil» (Verge 


f 31 Dec. 31) 


8ApH143 






'.Sonlhwell Brown,rf.ntff. 


14 Nov. IS 


P 96 May 48 






uguatui Lcacock Uanh 


PilODec. 46 


p lU Oct. 49 






Loberl Hmne 


P U Apr. 47 

aOOcI. 4cl 








leo. Ed». L. C. BiMBtt 


r 8 Nlv! 50 






ohn WarreD, <ii(t. 


11 Aliril40 


P 7 Feb. 81 






riUhim Baroitou 


32 Doc. 48 


P 3 Kept. 61 








7 Jan. 48 








red. Cockayne KluA'!! 


'lUJiui. 49 


P 30 April 88 






mUamUacdonnell.... 


18 Aug. 48 


38 J una 83 






Ilehiinl Bngland 


? IB Sept. 49 


P 17 Aug. 68 






obn Rkherd Ham* ... 


p 19 Oct. 49 


' 90 Not. 68 






Ensiohs. 










unei Uannaj' 


P23NOV. 49 










PlBSepL49 








lliHenryScoiBll 


8 Au^. 81 








■coinw Anthonj Morgan 


F|0 8B|.t.81 








niliaui MaDMl Tayler.. 


10 Peb. 60 










S;i Juue83 








homu Maullc Hoxhy . . 


P 20 Nov. 69 








harln George Wii^Held 


I' 17 Uec.^9 









•n^ffloKn-.— Jaoica Bdward Bogcli.a Sept4a; Bnt. P18 July 33 ; Lt. F170c[. 
i^utaiit.— Lieut. John Warren, 14 Hay 89. [34; Ca;i(. 86 July 44. 

>iiartti-llaiter.'~JaiDU Vfia. Grigg,^ 39 June, 30. 

ur^n.— J amoa McGregor, M.D. 17 Sept. 80 > iiuu^-£ury. 6 Dea, 30. 
t$itl.-Surgeoiu — George Edwin Gains, 91 Feb. 81. 
Alfred Crocker, 96 Jan. 44. 
f Green. — .it/eult, MeasTj. Barm a and Smith. — IriihAffant,J.Atkia>cn,E»<i. 




Smb. on For.StrT.l 
Dee. 18ML J 



Te«r^80rT. 



50 



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96 
40 

17 



16 
18 
14 
13 
21 
18 
U 
12 
13 
11 

11 

21 

11 

8 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
5 

11 
4 

4 
4 
4 
8 
4 
8 
1 
1 
19 







56^A ( Th^ West Essex) Rt. of Foot [XW^SSSm. 

<< MoHO"— <' GiBBALTAB"— With Uie Coj^^tf miif Jr«y, " Mmtulntigma Calpe.** 

C^UmeL—^ John JSarl ^ Westmorlaxjd/ QC6. OCH., J5^. 17 Dec. 03; Lt $ 
Jan. 04 ; Capt. 3 May, 05 ; Mqj. 20 Dec. 10 ; Lt.-CoL 19 Dec. 11 ; Cof, 4 June, 
14;^a9.-Gen.27May,26: Xe.- Gen. 28 June. 38; CbZ. 56th Regt. 1 T KoV. 48. 

X<tftt/.-C0l(mel.~Wm. Hassall Bden, Snt, p 31 March 14 ; Lieut. 9 2S Juoo 80 ; 
rapM>13 July 88; itr<|/.i»8e Aug.S6; X^.^Co/. FIO Auff.39; Col 11 Nov.61. 

Afi|/or«. — Nicholas Palmer,* ^fi#. 11 Not. 18; Lieut, 8 May, 81; Ctep^ PB6 
May 25 ; Brev.-MaJ, 88 Jane 88 ; Mai, 20 Not. 46 ; Bretf,'Lt,^Col. 1 1 Not. 81. 

Boulden Oakeley, Ens, P 88 June 86 ; Lieut, p 6 Sept. 39 ; Capt, p 88 Dec. 43. 
MqjorfPl Feb. 51. 





11 







9 







88 





1 


7 







3 












Captains. 

Arthur William Bylet . 

Samnel Symes Cox . . . 

Oeoi^ WUUam Paty . 

Geoige Raban 

Rich. Walter Lacy . . . 

Richard Anderson 

John James Bull 

Edward Fred. Hare, 8, . 

Wm. George Margesson 

Fox Maule Ramsay . . . 

LlBUTBVANTS. 

Hugh W. Austin, a4f, . 

George Scott Hanson . . 

Alei. George Woodford 

JohnPyePye 

Henry John Tolcher . . . 

William Watkin Bassett 

Francis Henniker Sykes 

William Clutterbuck . . 

HughEcdes 

Morton Robert Eden . . . 

Marcell Conran 

Robt. Gordon Camming' 

Frederick Mares Godden 

EVSIONS. 

William Gbas. Coghlan . . 

John Martley 

Edwin WilUam Philips . . 

William Alex. Godley . . 

William Whitmore 

Samuel Henry Harford.. 

Richard Jones Hobson 

Patrick Alex. Robertson 




BNSION. 



17 Not. 87 

1^ 13 Nov. 35 

P Sept 89 

31 Jan. 40 

23 Mar. 32 

8 Jan. 41 

P 8 June 39 

9 Jan. 41 

P 16 July 41 

P 18 Feb. 42 

28 Jan. 42 
P 7 Apr. 43 
P 2 June 43 
P 20 Aug. 44 
P28Nov. 45 
p 6 Feb. 46 
P 27 Feb. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 
1 Mav 46 

19 May 46 
P 28 Jan. 48 

22 July 42 
P 27 April 49 

P 15 June 49 
6 July 49 

P 18 Sept. 49 

8 Oct. 50 

18 May 49 

PlB April 51 

P 13 Feb. 52 



LIBUT. 



16 Apr. 41 
P 12 June 40 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 80 Dee. 42 

15 Sept. 37 
P 7 Apr. 43 
P 16 Not. 41 
P 12 May 43 
P 12 Sept. 43 
P 7 June 44 

P 22 Dec. 43 
P 6 Feb. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

19 May 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 
P 28 Jan. 48 
P 28 Apr. 48 
3 Oct. 48 
P 15 June 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
P 12 Oct. 49 

22 Dec. 45 
P 28 Dec. 49 



CAPTAIN. 



BBBT.-MAl. 



P80Aug.44 
P 86 Apr. 44 
P 6 Feb. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 
1 May 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 
P29 Dec. 43 
10 Apr. 40 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 7 Feb. 51 



9 L(.-Col. Pslner Mnrtd Ibe 
campaign of 1814 fa BoUaad, 
Including the attack upon the 
Tillafa of Marzmi, ISlh Jan., 
alio MNwofl attack an4 captwa 
9d Feb.ywbtfn hit raft, captured 
two guns; borobardmast of the 
French fleet In tbeSchelut, from 
id to etta Fab. AcUvaly ongaf* 
ed at Fort Frederick oa tie 
Scheldt, 8Sd ttarch, Ip imped- 
ing the pafsage of Frracn lloa 
of battle ahipe to Port Ullo, for 
the porpoie of tfarowiag prori- 
■ion« aod amiataaea into the 
garriion. Again emplojed on 
the mme duty tfbtli Marcb 
follawlng. 



t Lieut. Gumming mrved the Campaign of 
Ifl4ft-6 on the SutM, with the 9th Bag^ and 
hai recelTf d a Medal and two Clat|M tot Mood- 
kae, Faioaeehah, and Bobraon. 



P 17 Aug. 52 
Paymaster. — Stephen I^wson, 6 Jan. 43 ; Ens, 26 Dec. 34; Lieut, 88 Jan. 89. 
Aijutant,— Lieut. Hugh Whitchurch Austin^ 10 April 49. 
Quarter- Master.^yf WUAm Dougherty, 3 May, 44. 
Surgeon. — Michael Ryan, M.D. 9 Apr. 41 ; Assist,'Surg, 16 June, 85 \ Hosp. 

ilifU«.10Mar.25 
Assistant-Surgeons,— yfilWAm Deeble, 27 Oct. 46. 

Joseph Lawson, 9 Aug. 50. 
Facings Purple. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Lord Waitmoriand eenred in 1805—0, u» Aide-de-Camp to Ueut-Oeneral Don on the expeditloo ie 
Hanover. In 1806—7, as Aisiatant-A«Uutaat-Oeoeral in Sieilj; on board Admiral Sir J. OnehWortb'e fleet 
in the aotioa at the pamage of the Dardaneilee, and the deatruclion of the Turfciab fleal« lying off the castlae ; 
in the nations before Couttantinople at the Island of Prota, and at the repasfage of the fleet throu^ the 
Dardanetltf. In Egypt a* Auletant-Adljutant-General with the force under If a|or-€leneral Wauchope, at 
the flnt itorming of the town of Rueette, and in the retreat ; and •ubseqiientlj in the teeond attack and 
siege of that place, with the force under Major-Oeneral Sir W. Stewart. In 1808| serred in Portugal aa 
Auistant-Adiutant-Oeneral in the army commanded by Sir Arthur Wellesley, la the aflteir In the front of 
Obidoi. and hi the battles of lloleia and Vlmiera. In 1809, served as extra Aide-de-Cemp to Lord WriUDgtoa« 
and was present at the battle of Talavera. In 1610, with the Srd Dragoon Onards, in the campaign in For* 
togal, including the retreat to Torres Vedras, battle of Busaco. and adronce to flantarem. In Sept. 1818, 
proeeaded on a mission as Military Oommiisloner to the head-quarters of the allied armies, under Prince 
Schwaneaberg, in Germany. Served at the siege of Huninguen, and the campaign of 1814 In France, in- 
cluding the taking of Laogres, the battles of La Rothiere and Brienue, capture of Troves, affairs of Mormon 
and Nangls, in front of Bray, defence of Troyes, when attacked by Bonaparte S8rd Feb. ; buttle of Bar-sur- 
Attbe, the subsequent ailhlr upon the Barce, re-capture of Troyes, battles of Arcls-sor-Aube and of Fere 
Champenoise, advance upon and battle of Paris, and capture of that city. As His Majesty's Envoy Extraor- 
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of Tuscany, served with the Austrian army in the campaign 
against Naplea,in 1816, including the battleaof Tolentlno and Marearata. Signed, in eoi^nnetioa with 
FMA Mannal Bianehi, wtaocommanded the Austrian army, the Mitiury conventloo by which tba kingdom 
of Ifaplea waa raetorcd to its Sovereign, Kina Ferdinand. His Lordship has received the War Madal and 
fovr elaapa Ibr Bolala, Ylmiera, Talavera, and Busaco. 



208 S7th(The WestMddksex) Regt. of Foot MgSf!^ 

"aLBUH»MA"— "VITTOBIA"— "PYBEKBBS"— "WIVBLLE'*— "KIYB"— "PKKXHSULA." 

9 CSft Henry, Vitewnt Hardinge^^ OCB. ^itf. 8 Oct. 1708; Lintt. 85 Var. 

1803 ; CapU 7 Apr. 04 ; Mqjor, 18 Apr. 00 ; lAeMt.-CoL 30 May, 11 ; CM. 

10 July, 2] ; Mqf^'Gen. 22 July, 30 ; JAeut.-Gtn, 23 Not. 41 ; Col, 67th 

Regt. 31 May, 43. Lieut.-CoUmei. 

Thomas Leigh Qoldie, Bm, p 13 June 26 ; Lt. p 10 Dec. 26; CapL P24 Nor. S8 . 

Mtgor, P 28 Dec. 38 ; Brev. Lt.-CoL 20 Mar. 40 ; JAeut.'Col, P26 Jime 47 ! 

CoL 11 Nov. 61. ' 

Af(t^or#. 
Thomas Shadforth, 27fu. 8 Apr. 26 ; Xt«iif. PlO Oct. 26; Copt, p 12 Apr. 31 ; 

Mqjtn-, 20 March, 44. 
Thomas Sidney Powell,* Entign^ P13 May, 26; Lieut, P31 May, 81 ; drpr. 

P13 Not. 86; Srev.'MaJtn', 23 July, 30; Mqfw, P21 July, 48; JBrcr. 

Li.'Col, 1 1 Not. 61 . 



Yetn'Serr. 


66 


FttU 


Half 


Pay. 


Paj. 


27 


lA 


28 





24 


8A 


18 





16 





16 





14 





13 





12 





7 





11 











7 





16 











12 





6 





6 





6 





10 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





8 





2 





2 






























14 















10 





1 






Captains. 

Edward Stanley ' 

Henry J. Warre, «. • . . . 

John Auchmuty > • . 

John Alfred Street/ . . . . 

WilUamlnglis 

Robert Abraham Logan 

Hector Monro 

Fked. Gordon Steward* . . 
Charles Edmund Law* . . 
James Stewart 

LlBUTBMAlfTS. 

Loftus Cassidy 

Jason Hassard 

Frederic Percy Lea .... 

Henry Butler 

William Fowler Jones . . 
James Franklyn Bland . . 
Qeo. B.Vaughan Arbnckic 
Chas. Wm. St. Clair, a4;, 
Gerrard John Forsyth . . 
George Herman Norman 
George Udney Hague . . 
William Edward Brown.. 
Alex. Lester Copland .... 

Ensigzib. 
Arthur Maxwell Barle • • 
Thomas Nlnd Woodall . . 
Richard A. K. Hugessen 
Cavendish Venables .... 
James Hornby Buller . . 

William Wells Lee 

Edward Colpoys Johnson 
Joshua Cunliffe Ingham 



BNSION. 



8 May 
3 Feb. 



36 
37 



LI BUT. 



10 June 38 
1 June 41 



17 Not. 37 ;p 6 Mar. 40 
P20NOT.39 P 6 Oct. 41 

7 Feb. 40.P31 Dec 41 
26 Oct. 41 1 P 3 Mar. 43 
23 Jan. 40 p 20 Jan. 47 
28 May 42JP28June44 

2 Feb. 44 P 8 May 46 



20 Jan. 46 

P Not. 38 

3 Oct 44 

P 24 Sept. 41 

P 2 Mar. 47 



10 Not. 48 

11 June 41 

18 May 48 

10 Aug. 43 

P 23 Mar. 40 



lOMar. 47'P20 May 40 
PlO Dec. 47 P 26 Oct. 40 



CAPTAIK. 



20 Dec. 46 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 2 Mar. 47 
7 Jan. 48 
P 26 Oct. 40 
p 7 Mar. 61 
P 26 Apr. 61 
P May 61 
P26Dec. 61 
P 12 Oct. 62 



BBBT.-1IAJ. 



29 Dec. 43 

18 July 48 
P21 July 48 

24 Nov. 48 
P 23 Mar. 40 

10 April 40 



P 17 Oct. 46 
P 24 Jan. 61 
P 7 Mar. 61 
P 26 Apr. 61 
P 8 Aug. 61 
P 26 Dec. 61 



PUDec. 40 P 12 Oct. 62 



P 18 Jan. 60 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P 16 May 61 
PlO Aug. 61 
P 23 Jan. 62 
P 14 May 62 
P 16 May 62 



t LC-CoL P«w«n Mtrai M AMe- 
d«-Csaip sad Pmlaa latefpttlii t« 
Lord Kcaac thrsaghevl ifec «am> 
paifa of lin|.9 In Aflkkaalnaa, md 
ha* ttc «i » i d a BMdal fbr GWaw, 

4 Capt. Street icrvcd la thm SMh 
with tht «apcditl0B to Ike Vonh pt 
Chiaa ia 1849 (MaM). ud 
prcMBt at the attadi nd 
of ChlB Klaaf Too, aad at thai 
ItBf bdiaia Maakia. 
A Cape Law icrTtd with the 9th I ■tan hi iW 
eaapalfB oa the SatlfJ la IMS, aad waa fvoieat at 
the hacHe of Soteaaa ( Modd). 

S Capt Steward acrved wItt the Mrd la the tmmt- 
palfn ea the Suilcl la 1848. and waa p w o ta t at the 
aflhlr of BaddlwaL and la the acUorn of AUwa] aad 
iMedalaadClaapa). 



P23NOV. 521 

Paymiu/er.— Mark Matthews, 28 July 43 ; Sju. 20 May 30 ; £«. 23 Nor. 40. 
A^jtUant.— Lieut, Charles William St Clair, 20 June 61. 
Quarter^Masttr, — James Balcombe, 7 Not. 61. 
Surgeon, — James Diclwon, 6 March 47 ; AuUU^Surg. 27 Jan. 43. 
Ateigtant'Surgeon. — Thomas Clark Brady, 21 May 62. 

Facin^f Yellow. — Agontif M esars. Cox ic Co.*- Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane ft Sons. 
[Retumedfrom Madras 28 Sept. 46.] 

1 Lord Bardlaft MTrvd throoghoat the whole of the Pcalaaatar war, ararly the whole of the tlaie ai Depaty Qaaner 
Mailer Oearral of the Poctoffoeac amy, and waa prramt at the hatilea of Eolela aad Tfaalera (wooaded), retreat lo» oad 
hacOe of Cetwaaa, pawage of the Douro. hattle of Boiaeo, llae* of Tonv* Tcdraa. battle of Albahera. la aad id ilefea of B^U- 
Joa, tloic aad captare of Clodad Bodrlfo. Sd alrgo of Bada|ot, haiUrs of ralaaiaaca, Viltoria (eevefahr woaaded)^ Vhaipo* 
laaa* the Ffivacei, N Ivello. NIve, aad Orthct. Served alao the caMpoiffa of 1818, aad waa aevefoljr iioaailid at Usap. IS 
iuao.— left hoad aaipatoted. Aa Ooecraor Ocattal of ladia ho waa aagated la the haitlee af Moodkoe, Pnwaeateh. aad 
Sobraoa. Hie lordship haa toeeivctf the gold creia aad are ctaepa. 

S Captahi Staale) haa had teahr ted opoahlm. hjr the Qarca of Poftagol. the Order tf Sm Tower aad Sward, fhr hU 
ditHagwiihed conduet la aatloa al the 01^ ef Oportow ea the t8ti ialy IB>8, whca ha wot ■erctelr ma^iiil la the 
Captahi Slaaley waa delag doty with the Sroteh PuiOlera atlaehed to the araij of Portogal al that thnc. 



ra 



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t** S ** ■* 

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Ja:U 



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60 



Pall 
Pif. 



34 

28 



Half 



w"fi'"CTM^^^ SSth {The EutlaiuUldre) Beat, of Foot. r^-SSJii?;^::^'' 

« OIBEALTAH"-with the Castle and Keu, « MinUUInHgnia CalpeJ'J^SphS^wlth 

the words "BGYPT^ — ^MAfDA"— "SALAMANCA'*— "vrrrORIA"— 

** PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— "ORTHES"— « PENINSULA." 

9 Edward Backley Wyiiyard,» CB., Bm. 17 Dec. 08; X^ & Ca«^ 7 Jan. 08; 

Brm>,'Mqf. 25 March, 13; Cfl/>f. & Lt.-CoL 28 AprU 14 : Co^ 22 July. 30 ; 

Mqfar-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 j X^.Gm. 11 Not. 61 ; Col. 68th Regt. 31 jia. 61. 
Lteut.'Cokmel^^aibert Henry Wynyard/ CB. 27fw. 25 Feb. 19: Lieut. P17 

Jnly 23 ; Capt. p 20May 26; Mqjor, 26 July 41 ; lAeut.-Col. p 80 Dec. 42. 
-flfg/orf.— Cyprian Bridge,' Em. 8 April, 26; lAeut. p31 Jan. 28; Cfl»^ p16 

Dec.36; Af<(|;0r,P3ODec.42. ^ 

Charies Lavallln Nugent, Em. P21 Aug. 36; Lieut. 4 Feb. 38; Cap*, P16 

Nov. 41 ; Mi^ar, p 18 July 61. ^ 



18 





20 





19 





27 


A 


86 





28 





17 





17 





13 





16 





14 





16 





14 





12 





12 





12 





9 





8 





8 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





8 





6 





6 





8 





7 





3 





2 





2 





23 





16 





6 





16 





8 





2 






Captains. 
Geo. Ponsonby Hume 
Joseph Henry Laye ^ 
Jonas Pasley Hardy ' 
Andrew Hamilton Russell 
Wm. WUdJoa.Cockcraft* 
Charies Wm. Thompson^ 

Charles Dresing 

William Temple Parratt 
John Alex. Cha. Petley^ 
Isaac Rhodes Cooper . , 

Lieutenants. 
Henry C. Balneavis^'a^/. 
M. LionWeBtK>pp,i^£{./»iit. 
Ch.StJ.S.Herbert"</.a<(;. 
Gteorge Hyde Page' .... 
Leslie Jenkins Thompson 
George Henry Wynyard" 

Horace Fred. HUl 

Thomas John Grant .... 

Arthur Cooper 

Gladwin JohnH. Wynyard 
John Hay man Ward .... 

James Duncan ........ 

WUliam Davies Shipley 
Ensigns. 

Michael Tighe 

John Rae Johnstone .... 
Sedborough Mayne • • . . 
Sidney Withington .... 
Kenneth Rob, Murchison 

Frederick Bent 

John Hill Crosse 

Joseph Charles Lake .... 



ENSION. 



P28 June3d 

P 2 May 34 

29 Sept. 26 

18 Jan. 28 

8 Apr. 26 
P2dDec. 36 
P 10 Feb. 36 
P 6 Sept. 40 
P 12 Oct. 38 
P23 Apr. 39 

7 July 38 

P 20 Sept. 39 

P26Mar. 41 

P23 Apr. 41 

17 Sept. 41 

3 May 44 

20 June 46 

9 May 46 
P27 May 48 

16 Aug. 48 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 8 Dec. 48 
P 3 Mar. 48 



LIEUT. 



P 16 Dec. 36 

1 Dec. 37 
3 Not. 26 

23 July 34 
P 22 Apr. 26 
P 3 May 39 

2 June 38 
P 9June 43 
P26 June41 
P 16 Ji(oY. 41 



CAPTAIN. 



P 20 Sept. 39 
P26 Mar. 41 

26 June 41 
P31 Dec. 41 

20 July 39 
P12May 43 
2 July 46 
P 24 Oct. 46 
P 16 Mar. 60, 
P 18 July 61 1 



BBET.-MAJ. 



11 Not. 61 



11 Not. 61 



P26 Mar. 41 

29 Dec. 42 

P27 Jan. 43 

P 12 May 43 

18 Aug. 47 

19 Sept. 48 
P 2 Mar. 49 

8 June 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 7 June 60 
P 18 Apr. 61 

20 Aug. 49 

10 Li. Wntmpp WM pmeat at Um dcttrvetioii of 
Fomari't Pah on tht Wth April 184»; m Um atiaclc 
on Hcki's Pah on the Sch Maj ; at the dartmetion of 
Waikadi't Pah on tha ISth Mam ; at iha ■tonalaff of 
Kawiti't Pah at Ohiawai on tta 1st ivkf aa4 at ita 
daatrnction on the lOth Jnly; he ««■ alao preacat at 
the eaptuiv of Kawiti't Pah on the 11th Jan. 1S4S. 

11 Lient. Wynyard commanded and led a Morniaf 
part? flom tha left Btoekade inio the hradeh at Ka. 
witi^i Pah on the 11th Jan. 1846; and alao served aa 



S Ucat. Balnaavia wna pwatnt at 
the ■■eaiilt on Xawiti'a fwk at 
Ohiawai on the let Jnly istt i at 
the deatraetkm of Anatna'a Pah on 
the 16th Jnly i and at the atonniaf 
of Kawiti't Pah at Bnapekapaka on 
the nth Jan. 1B4S. Alio at tha 
attack and tvpnlee of the enemy on 
the acttlemeat and aloekadat of 
Waaffanoi. 19th May, and ia the 
action of the 19th Jnly 184/ 1 ho 
acted at engineer to thia force. 



Aide-de-Camp to OoTcmor Grer in tha Taliey of the 
Hatt, and tha Borakinr valley dnxiaf the opentlMu 
in the South in the tame year. 



I 







30 Dec. 46 
23 May 48 
18 Aug. 48 
P 18 Jan. 60 
P 28 Apr. 46 
P 14 June 60 
P 18 Apr. 61 
PlOSept. 61 
Pa^mofrer.— 9Tho. Richardson Timbrell,>< 26 Oct. 42 ; Qr.^Maeter, 19 Not. 80. 
Atyutant. — Lieut. Henry Colin Balneavis, 9 July 62. 
Quarfer-Afoj^er.- William Moir,*^ 16 Oct. 47 

5t4r^0Oii— Arthur Saunders Thomson, M.D. Aug. 47 ; Aeaitt.-Surg. 19 Oct. 38. 
Auiet.'SurgeoJU. — Alexander Geoi^e Montgomery, 9 Dec. 46. 

Benjamin Tydd, 26 April 61. 
Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

1 Ltoat-Oeneral Wynynrd senred with the arm/ in Sicily from 1806 to March 1810, when be wu 
•ererely wounded at the attack on Santa Maura, for which he tubaequentlj obtained the Brevet rank of 
Mi^or ; ho wa9 alio pretent and on the etaff with the force that occupied laehla and Proeida. 

9 Iicnt.-Colonel Wynyard aerrcd with the force nnder CoL Deapard in New Zealand from Oct. 1S4I until Jan. 1S47 la 
oommaad of the Mth, and entered the bieaeh with the atormera in the aaaaolt on Kawiti'a Pah, at Hoap»kapeka oa the 
11th Jan. 1846. 

S IC^for Bridie aerved with the 68th throarhoat the whole of the opcrationa ia the North of New Zealand, ftoai April 
1S4S to Jaa. ISM. He commanded the regiment in the action at Mawie under Lieuu-Colonel Hnlme ; eondneted a night 
attaek in boata un the Waikari Kiver and completely routed a rebel tribe, and deatroyed their Pah. He commanded tha 
SSih on the eeeoad expedition agniaat the rebel ehieft Heki and Kawiti, under Lt.-Col. Deapard t re-captured a Ull at the 
head of the regiment on the aBoraiag of the Ist Jnly 1846 at Ohaiawhi, and led one of the atorming partke at the aeeault on 
the Pah on that afteraoon, and waa at the capture of the Pah on the nth Jnly. He waa alao at the 
Xawiti'a Pah at RouekuM^ on the 11th Jan. 1940. 

S Me^ Coekcrall and Captain Petley aenred in the expedition againat Kawiti'a Pah, at Rnapel 

8 Uent. Page waa praaent at the atorming of Xawiti'a Pah, Uth Jan. 1840, and ha defeated tha 
on hie poet oa the Biver Hutt, 18th May feUowing. Preaent at tha akirmiah at Taicai. 18th Jane, c 
at the captare of the Chief Te Kanperaha and at the akirmiah in Horokiwi Vallef ; preaent at the attack and repniae of 
the enemr on the aettlemente and atockadea of Wanganui, 19th May ; and in the aetton of the 19th Jnly 1847 he directed a 
charce which rcpulaed the enemy. 

7 Capt. Thompeon waa preaent at erery action, aeeaalt, aad akirmiah whieh took place during the opcrationa eaniad oa 
ia 1S48 aad 48 nader UeuL-Col Hulme, and aubaeqnently under Colonel Deapard, agaiuat the iaaorgent ehiefii in the North 
of New Zealand. 

II. Lieut. Ueibcft waa preaent at the capture of Kawiti'a Pah at Rnapekapeka ilth Jan. 1S48 ; and waa aereralf weeaded 
sathe lltb JtOMMtowiBf in aaUmiih with the tnemy at tht nUerof Hatt. 

*i09 



lalt aad capture off 



Noitinffhamshm 



UnA. §09 H«^ Kooc 1« 



TMra'Senr. 


60 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


40 


8 


24 





5i2 





S3 





10 





18 





12 





17 





10 





11 





17 
9 


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13 





12 





11 


01 



18 


8 
8 

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4 
6 



«« CAPB OF GOOD HOPE" — «< COBUNH A" — " lATA" — •• YITTOBI A *• 
-J»« 8T. 8BBA8TIAK »»— '« KIVBJ^— ^^J^PBNIWg^LA''—'^ BHUBTPORB.** 

Colonel. 
S George Angastua Henderson > KH. KC. Em. 1 Sept. 93 1 Lieui, 1 Mar. 06 ; 

Capt* 20 Aug. 01 ; Mqjor, i Jane lA ; LUui^-Col IS Apr. 14; Col. 10 Jsn. 

87 : Mnjor-Gen. 9 Nor. 46; Col. 59th Foot, 27 Apr. 62. 

LUut.'ColoneL 
9 m Frederick Malnwaring,* Snt. 6 Apr. 10; Xf. 15 April 13 ; Capi. 4 Dm. 

28 ; Mqjor, p 27 Jane 38 ; Lt-Col. 4 Sept. 40. 
Af<yor«.— Henry Hope Oraham, Em, 1>15 Oct. 29; Xieu/. P 7 Sept. 82; Cmpi. 

PI Not. 34; Mt{jor,Pl4 Apt. 46. 
Oeorge Fenton Fletcher Booahey, i7nj. PI Not. 31 ; JAeui. Pll Jalyy34; Cmpi, 

PI June, 38 ;Af<y9r, PI May, 40. 



CAPTAINa. 

Arnold B. Barmetter. . 
Wm. Wynne Lodder 



BWSION. \ LIBUT. 
















P25 Jane41 
P80 8epi.80 
P 14 Apr. 43 
P80Dee« 42 
22 Apr. 86 
90 Mar. 44 
P14 Aug. 40 

P 5 Feb. 41 
90 May 42 

P 10 inly 40 
44 

21 I>ee. 44 
10 Oct. 46 

P 26 Sept. 45 



4 





4 





8 





9 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





25 





9 





6 





16 





6 





4 






P 7 Mar. 34 
P 8 Jane 35 
P 14 Aug. 40 
P 28 Aug. 44 
15 Jan. 40 
P 14 Apr. 46 
Pll July 45 
PIT Feb. 88 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 14 Apr. 43 

P 12 Jan. 44 

1 Oct. 45 

P29 Apr. 42 

15 Oct. 47 

20 Dec. 40 

P 16 Feb. 40 

P 28 Mar. 49 

P17 May 50 

PllAprU51 

P 10 Feb. 52 

p 8Jttne52 

P 14 Sept 52 

P220ct. 52 



OAPTAIH. 



P 16 Mar. fiS 
P e Feb. 41 
Pll Jaly45 
P 23 Mar. 49 
p 2 Feb. 49 
Pll May 49 
P 6 Jaly 49 
9 Not. 49 
PllAprlI51 
P 14 Sept. 52 



»RBY .*^MAJ. 
llilOT.^I 



Burfaoa OmpbiU • 
with Ilia ttad la tkm «a« 
of Selnde tnder Sir Obartr* 
Naplar, aod waa petavnt at cIm 
daairaeiloa of ik« F*rt of 
ImaaiDtkw, tmd at «ke battl« 
ofMeeaiicaCMadal). |laaarw4 
all.) tb« cainpatffi of 1 144 ia 
Um Sovthcni Maferalta oouatvy , 
and waa p t aiMt ai ika Ibt«m. 
mem aod ftonalnf of 
aad Powaghan 



31 Aug. 3U 
7 Mar. 34 
Henry William Oordon,«. 28 Aug. 35 
Bdward Qanuge Byam 
Bobert William Homer, #. 
Gharlei Kendal Bnshe 
MathewPenuefatherLloyd 
BcnjaminOreyMaekeniie' 
Charlet Stuart Baker « . 
Joeeph de Montmorency 

LlBUTBWAKTS. 

George NeweoAen, d.pm 

Jaoies Leyne, duu^ 

John King • • 

Bdwyn Fra. B.8.8tanhope p 12 Apr 

Tbo. Wm. John Lloyd, a4f. 

Bdward Fred. Chadwick 

Jaa. Stanhope Pat. Clarke 

John Oeorge Chapman . . | p 28 Mar. 47 

Henry Kean 290ct. 47 

Fied. Anthony TroTor . . ! p 16 Aug. 48 
George Tom ••••••••••! p 10 Feb. 49 

Jamea Alfted Canlileld. . p 10 Nof . 48 
Wm. Hamilton Thompion 18 Sept. 40 
BNSioira. 

Ftederlek Haeket ' p98 Mar. 49 

Monteford8preadMotgan'P18 0ct. 50 

Blehard Michael Wiillamsip 16 May 61 

Gerrard Calagban Howe |p18 Feb. 62 

Bob. Jeff^non Spofforth |P 12 Mar. 52 '■ 

laaao Borolbrd Bomford *p 9 July 621 

Bdm. Beaachanp Tucker p21 Sept. 52) 

Robt. Stareley Shinckwin.P 17 Dee. 52 1 

Pa^ma#/er.— John Urquhart/ 1 Feb. 50; 2<l Xf. R. Marfaiefy 14 July 28 : X#. 

26 May 37; Cff^'. 9 Not. 46. 
AtO'itani.-^Limti. Tbomae William John Lloyd, 8 Juiu 49. 
^liorfer-lfMfer.^ Bernard M'DonaM, 20 July 47. [27 Feb. 27. 

i^icrfireon.— Alexander Campbell,* 80 Sept. 42 ; Attist,^8wrg. 29 Jttly30; H.^A. 
A$Hst.'8urffeom.^ThomaM Connor O'Leary, M.B., 6 Aog. 47. 

John Gorringe, M.D., 8 June 49. [Bt.^rvtAiSiCo, 

Facings yrhlte.^ Agents, Metan. Cox k Co.^Irish Agtmie, 5ir £. R. Boeowgb, 

1 M^or-Ofoaral UendcrcoD In 1796 raibarked wICh th« army voder Sir Balpb AbarcroAhy daittaad for 
tka Wart lodl^a, but Tloteat Urf^t haTlng broken out on board hli thip ihe troope diaewibarked. After- 
warda aarvcd In Ireland dttriaff tba HebellioD In 1 TVS t at the HeMer In 17W ; ami waa pi«Mnt al fha tfvi 
laailiV, and battlea of Uia 1Mb flapl., 9nd and 6ih Oel. ExpedlUon lo Kf ypt ander Sir Ral^ Abw- 
•iWMbj In 1801. Landad tn Portwfal In tWW, and wm prtaent at iha battle of Tlmltra, retreat le, and 
inMla of Oofwnaa. Bapedition to tbe Sebeldt and ilefe of Flnshlns In 1800. Penred aflerwarda In tbw 
Pmdnattla ftvm 1811 to tbe end af tbat war In 1814. and eon mended tbe Queen's at tlia teitla oC 
Teulunae, on which orcaaion bo reeeltcd iha Brevet of UenL-Colonel. He baa raaeived Iha War Mednl 
with ftwr alaapa for Kcypt» VIoUera, Coninoa, and Toulouse. 

a LlaMt.-Co ooal Uainwarinf aetved In the PealnaoU from March 1811 to Jan. 1814, indiidlnf Ihe bnlfle 
af P^anlat d*Onor, And aiefo of Ba dn ^o 'i afair near Val Moraieo, baltla of 8a]anianea« retreat from Burgon^ 
cnyanra of Mnrfrld and tbe Retlro, bniUea of Ylttoria, Pjreneeatand Uleelle. Serted alao the cnmanlfii of 
ItlS, and waa prcaant at the battle of Waterloo. Ho baa reeehred the War Medal with Ave Clasi 

4 CmUIb Urvuert lerftA with the B«Mr«e of the Arwj of the ladaa nn4(r Bt%nlicr Teliaai ei thi 
rhrtiMaMMta leinle la Febnaiy lOB. Dtheifetd with a drtachacat ef Ma eerpe ante « hfiU In al 
the FiiiiBe OuM; te the pretec ii en ef the laat ladhi Cemaaft Btiii wt . Wea pi— n i el aeartt tfl 
Chlaa (Me4al) tmm the caniwe of Chuan ep te the atteek ea the heifhu abota Cantan. la the e« 

ha aMOHadM a r wa p na j nfrtally Mlaeted fte 4c««h«y wi h a^ ani waa fta^mally wanHinid In the 







'* Ctler et audax,'* 



Yeera'Serv. 



56 



70 




CoUmel'tn-Chief, 
9 Genital, Viieount Beresford, OCB. aCH.» 23 Sept. 52. 

Colonels Cmnmandani, 

1 9 5ir William Gabriel Dayy/ CB. KCH.^ni. March, 97 ; Ueut. 22 May, 07 1 
Copf. 1 Jan. 02 : Mqjor,6 Feb. 07 ; Lieut.-CoL 28 Dec. 09 j C0Z. 12 Aug. 10; 
Mtyar-Gen. 23 July, SO ; Lieut.-Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Co^ 60th Riflet, 2 Not. 42. 

2 9 5if Wm.Coniwalli8 Eustace,* CB. I^CH. Xwu^. 27 Sept 83; Capi, 24 Dec. 
02 ; Mqjar, 17 March, 08; Lieut.-Col 23 Ang. 10 ; C^L 12 Aug. 10 : JHqi&r" 
Gen. 22 Jul/, 30 ; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Kov. 41 ; Col. 60th Rifles, 7 Apri^ 43. 

1 Henry, X^eount Melyllle,* KCB. Ene. ^ Lieut. 18 Kot. 10 : Capt.Pl April 
24^ MqjarjPU July, 26; Zteuf.-CoZ.PO Dec. 29; CbZ. 23 Not. 41. 

2 Cosby Lewis Ke8bitt,2iuf Lieut. 27 Mar. 24; Lieut. P2 June, 26; Capt. 
P 18 Dec. 28 ; M^'or, 10 Aug. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. 26 July, 44. 

1 Maurice Gri0ln Dennia,* Ens. May, 26 ; Lieut. 6 July, 27 ; Capt. 9 16 Dee* 
87 ; Mqjor, p2 May, 45 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 7 June 40 ; Lt.-Col. 10 Oet. 51. 

Mqjort.-^l Charles Howe Spence,* 2nd Lieut. 20 Apr. 25; Lieut. 9 W Sept. 
26 ; Capt. 24 May 41 ; Afq/or, p 20 Oct. 48. 

2 John Jones, Bneign p12 June 28; Lieut, p2 Dee. 31 ; Capi. p 16 July 41; 
Jlfiyor, P 20 July 40. 

2 William Faosbawe Bedford, 2fuf Xteuf. Pl8 Dec. 28; Litut. P28 Jiuie33; 

Capt. P23 July 41 ; Mqiar, p12 Oct. 40. 
1 Henry Bingham^ 2nd Lieut. pSO April 27; Lieut, p 28 Sept. 32; CapU 26 

June 41 ; Major , 10 Oct. 51. 



Captains. 

1 JEf on. H. Lyttle. Powys 

1 Fra. Roger Palmer . . 

2 John Kenn. Mackenzie 
1 Webbe Butler 

1 James Douglas' 

2 Hen. Adrian Hope . . 

1 Henry John Darell* . . 

2 C.W.Hamilton Sotheby 
1 William James Yonge* 

1 R. F. Waldo Sibthorp* 

2 Douglas Jones 

I Henry Friend Kennedy' 

1 Charles Napier North' 

2 Geo.Waldegraye Bligh 

2 Gibbes Rigaud 

2 iS'trB.P.Campbell'JBfkf. 
2 Eustace Henry Rose •• 
2 Peter Burton Roe .... 

1 George Clapcott' .... 

2 Wm. Percival Salmon 



2d LIEUT 



P 2 April 20 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P 16 Dec. 31 
P 10 Sept. 34 
P17 Aug. 38 
P 23 Nov. 38 
p 5 May 87 
P25 Dec. 38 
p 27 July 26 
P 20 Sept. 80 
P30 Dec. 36 
P 11 Sept. 40 
20 May 36 

12 Mar. 41 

Pll June 41 

2 July 41 

P 16 July 41 

P 23 July 41 

20 Dec. 40 



LIBUT. 



P 10 Sept. 34 

P 24 April 35 

p 16 Sept. 36 

Pl5 Dec. 40 

p 16 July 41 

P2d Apr. 41 

P 2 July 41 

17 Aug. 41 

p 17 May 27 

P 10 Sept. 41 

26 No?. 41 

7 Apr. 42 

28 Dec. 38 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

Pdl Mar. 43 

26 July 44 



CAPTAIK. 



17 Aug. 41 
Pll Mar. 42 

23 Apr. 42 

26 July 44 
P 20 Sept. 44 
P20 Dec. 44 
P lltJan.44 
P 14 Aug. 46 

10 July 46 
P 5 Mar. 47 
P 28 Jan. 48 
P 20 Oct. 48 

28 Dec. 48 
P 12 Oct. 40 
P 10 Aug. 50 
P27 Dec. 50 
P 28 Feb. 51 
P 17 June 51 

10 Oct. 51 
P 13 Apr. 52 



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tUzU 



P27 Aug. 41 

1 Sir William Davy oommanded the 6th battalion of the OOtb at tha battlae of Rolela, Yluilera, tad 
Tttlavera, for which he has received a medal and one cla*p. 

9 Sir William Eustace was at the battles of Rose and Vlnef»r Hill, and at Wexford, and all throttgh tin 
Irish rebellion. In 1708. Went to Naples with Sir James Craig { from thence to Sicily and Calabria* and 
was present at the action on landing in St.Eufemia Bay, the battle of Malda^and siege of Scylla. He was 
on board the Xotrt frigate when she captured the Oannemede. Commanded the Chasseurs BrltasBjqnet 
at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, the siege of San Christoval, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, defenea 
of Olmos In front of Burgos, various engagements on the retreat from thence, actioni in the Pjrcncea 
(severely wounded dlsl August), and various other affairs, in one of which he was wounded, and in another 
he had a horse killed under him. Sir William has received the gold medal and one clasp for Fuentaa 
d*Onor and Salamanca ; and the silver War Medal and two cla»ps lor Mnida and the Pyraiteee, 

S Lord Melville commanded the 8ard during the suppression of the insurrection in Lower Canada 

In 18^7; and also In repelling the attacks of the American Brixands wKo landed near Preacott, Vppar 

Canada, in 168S. Commanded tlie Bombay column of ihe army throughout the Punjauta campaign of 

IMS-O^ iDclnding tha siege and storm of the town and capture of the citadel of Moolun, battle of 6oo* 

J•f•^ and lobae^ttaBt oparatloM. 



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2 Stephen Kenn jr, a<y 

2 James Praser 

William Hutchinson* 

Handle Jos. Feilden, d,pnu 

Donbar Douglas Muter" . . 

Henry Francis Williams'*'. . 

John Archibald Mac Queen* 

Cha. Alex. Boswell Gordon" 

John Maguire" atli 

Henry Edward Warren .... 

Alfred FitzGerald'* 

Frederick Arthur St. John*'' 

Francis Andrews'' . . 

Francis Dawson .... 

Lyon Conway Travers* .... 
1 John Prevost Battersby . . 
\ John Lambert £dw. Baynes 
1 Bernard Ward*' 

1 Vincent Tongue' 

2 R.HarcourtHiibinson,c(.a4;. 
2 Arthur Charles QreTille . . 

Robert Wilmot Brooke*. . . . 

Richard Freer 

Francis Charteris Fletcher 

Edward Bowles 

R. J. Eustace Robertson*'. . 
Charles William Earle 

1 C. H. Elphinstone HuUoway 

2 Thomas Nicholson 

WUliamMure 

John Du Cane 

William Tedlie 

2nd Lieutenants. 

1 Conyngham Jones | p 25 Feb. 

2 Henry James Robertson • . I p 20 Oct. 



8 June 41 

P 10 Sept. 41 

8 April 42 

P 31 Mar. 43 

14 April 43 

19 May 43 

30 Aug. 80 

P21 April 43 

P 7 Feb. 40 

P 6 Jan. 44 

P30 Apr. 41 

28 July 44 
27 May 42 
26 July 44 

29 July 44 

30 July 44 

31 July 44 
1 Aug. 44 

P 14 Feb. 45 

P25 Feb. 45 

P 4 April 45 

P 30 Dec. 45 

22 May 46 

P31 July 46 

P 14 Aug. 46 

P 5 Mar. 47 

24 Dec. 46 

11 Oct. 44 

P 22 June 47 

P22 0ct..47 

P 5 No?. 47 

P 5 May 48 



2 Henry Cockburn 

1 George Bliss MacQueen 



48 
48 
48 
49 



26 July 44 
do* 
P20 April 44 
P25 Feb. 45 
P 17 Jan. 45 
P20 Dec. 44 

6 June 45 
P 13 June 45 

4 July 43 

P30 Dec. 45 

P 13 Feb. 46 

P 5 Mar. 47 

19 Dec. 45 

7 June 47 
P 22 June 47 
P28Jan. 48 
P24 Feb. 48 
P 5 May 48 

28 Dec. 48 
P 20 July 49 

26 Aug. 49 
P 12 Oct. 49 

13 Dec. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P27 Dec. 60 
P 28 Feb. 51 
P 1 Oct 47 
P 17 June 51 
P 1 1 July 51 
19 Oct. 51 
P 13 Apr. 52 



10 Llaata. WQIImh, 
Fll^fMrnM. 8t. Joko, At. 
drewi, Wsfd, sad BmiImv 
BolwrtMMi, MiTtd viihtte 
1st tetialioa aodi Bite 
diuiag ilM sMoad t*c|« 
opermiioRt at MooHu^ti. 
eIadlBKth«slf|eiad ituni 
of cJm town, aad capr«i» 
or tlM eliadel. AHotvw^ 
at tlis baitto of Goi^ml 
( If edtlX tlie pvTMit «r ll» 
Stka army, sad the capuk 
•Ion of tile Aflkhaaa b*^ 
yoad tlM Kkybtr Phl 
Alto pretmt doiiac iVi 
oiiaratloflsta tko EMoftyt 
eoantrjr, and captorv of ite 
Insttiveat Tlllafoa cia il« 
llthaad 14tli Oce. IMSi 
Lt. Ward ud K«acac« 
Robortaea serrsd is tlw 
•xjMdHloa acaiasi tW 
AftcodJcf la tiM Kotet 
PsM ia Ffb. 18M. 



IS Lt. Msfulra lamd with tW Mlh in 
China (Medal), at Anor. Chusaii. and 
Chlaba«, and with tbo 6Qth ihrovfliout 
tha PaiOsub canifMlcB of lMS-9 laclVdlBC 
the alage an J atorm of tbo town and caytnn 
of tbfl dtadal of llooltaa, boitio of Ooo- 
Jorat, and tubaeqaont opaiatloaa. 

It Capt. Cozen aarrad at Iho alan of 
Fluslilogin 1800, and aabsaqnaatly la iba 
Panlntula, Inclodlnf tba linos of 1>irrv« 
Tadrai, aetlooa at I\>nbal» Radlnhn, Ml- 
randodaConrOfPontadaBboaz, Babogat 
and Almeida ; hattla of Poeataa d'Owtr, 
■ieice and atorm of Oodad llodff%o» atffv 
and ttonn of Badaloa, taattla of flalaamBfa. 
eaptura of Madrid, aetiona at Xoaaaraoi 
and San Milan, battio of Vlttoria, aetiam 
of Leaaca, Vera bridsa and baiflita ; baitlM 
of NlTclle, NlTt, (from 0th u Mch Oar 
and Ortbea; and aOkiratTarbM. 
alio tba campalfn of IBIA, and 
varelf woonded In tba knao at Wntorlo». 
Ha baa raeolved tba War Madal aad to* 
elana. Served tba Pn^faab eaaipaipi ol 
iolO"0. 



10 Not. 
9 3Iar. 

Hugh Parker Montgomery p 21 Aug. 49 

Francis Fiti Patrick .... 1 1 1 gopt. 49 

HeurySemple Pl90ct. 49 

Rowley Willes Hinxmaii . . | 23 Nov. 49 

Tristram Squire Richardson' 18 Jan. 50 

Henry Mitchell Jones .... 10 April 49 

William Waller Fox p 14 peb. 51 

2 C. David Gun inghame Ellis ' 17 Jan. 51 
2 AthoUCliarlesJobnUddellPlO May 51 

2 Charles Williamson p n July 51 

2 Arthur Hood Gro. Gregory Ip 19 Aug. 51 

1 Francis Stewart Travers . . P20 Aug, 51 

2 Wm. Aug. Dean Pitt ' 22 Apr. 52 

1 Wykeham Leigh Pemberton p23 Apr. 52 
1 1 Henry Pardoe Eaton P 1 1 June 52 

2 James Henry Aug. Steuart p 17 Aug. 52 

P^jii«<#r<.--l»«a Edward Coxcn,'»0 Feb. 26; 2iii/Xieii4.5ApriL<»; Ztraf. 
28 June, 10; CapU 8 April, 25. f •» # ^-^ 

2 Waiiam Hen^ Fit^erald,20 Sept. 39; Em. 17 Jan. 28 ; LieiiA. p3I lUy 33. 
A^utanti.—^ First Luut. Stephen Kenny, 9 May, 43. 
1 Firtt Lieut. John Maguire,'* 2 Jraie 49. 
Quartar^Masters.^l Thomas Berrev," 29 Mar. 42. 

Surffeant.-'l Charles Robert Boyes,*" M.D. 2 July 41 ; Aut.-Sura. 22 Nor. «7 

2 Thoma* Alexander, 30 May 45 ; Asn$t.-Surg. 10 Oct. 34. 
A»n9tant'StirffeaTU.^\ WilUam Joseph Maciarlane,*^ 16 Feb. 44. 

2 George Augustus Frederick Shelton, M.B. 3 Jan. 45. 
2 Brinsley NichoUon, M.D. 25 Sept 46. 
I DaTid Ogilvy Holle, M.D. 14 Oct. 51. 
1 Jamei Crerar, 3 Sept. 47. 
[l#r Battalion embarked for India, July, 1845.] 

lind Battalion embarked for tke Cape t^ Good Hope, Jane 1851. J}^pot 
at Btrr.] ' 



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inS^ij^xXI 6 1*^( The South Gloucestershire) Regt. of Foot ['^^'^^XSutT"*^' 

The a>Atnx, with the words, " EGYPT"-" TALAVERA"-" SALAMANCA"-" PYRENEES"— 

*^- •• NI V£ LLE " — ** NI VE " — " ORTHKS " — "TOULOUSE " — " PENINSULA " —Flank 

Companlei, " MAIDA." Colotul. 



Year*' Serv. 



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Pay. I Pay. 



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27 
18 
16 



28 
26 
11 
11 
11 
11 
13 
11 
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9 



8 
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VQIB JohnReere, ' £ru. 23 Oct. 00; Lieut, and Capt. 11 April 05; Capt. 

and Lieut.-CoL 25 Dec. 13; CoL 22 July 13; Mt{jor.'Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; 

Lt.'Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 61 Bt Foot, 11 Oct. 61. 
Xteu^-C(?/onci».— William Jones," CB. Ens, 10 April 25; Lieut. P12 Dec. 26; 

Capt. P24 Nov. 35 ; Mqjor, 26 July 44 ; Lt.-Col. p29 Dec. 48. 
William Henry Vicars,' Ens. p26 Sept. 20; Lt. P 12 Apr. 31 ; Capt. 7 Jan. 48 ; 

Mqfor, 28 July 49 ; Lt,'CoL p 28 Feb. 61. 
\M<0or$. — Charles Clement Deacon/ Ens. p 28 Aug. 36 ; Lieut, p 2 Dec. 37; 

Capt. 26 July 44 ; Maj. 19 Aug. 49. 
Thomas N. Dalton,> Ens. 22 Sept. 37 ; Lieut. 14 Dec. 40; Capt. 23 April 46; 

Mc^or, P 28 Feb. 61^^ 











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ENSIGN. 



20 Dec. 24 

31 July 28 

7 Jan. 42 



Captains. 

Charles J. Otter^ 

William Alex. Dely«... 

John Patrick Redmond' 

AlcxandcrWilUamGordon Pll Mar. 42 

Wm.Ed.Durand Deacon^ 3 June 42 

Frederick Huson ,1 20 May 42 

I Robert Cecil Dudgeon . . > p 28 Aug. 40 
! William James Hudson* , p 20 Aug. 42 

Hen. £. Hillm. Burnside^ 

£dw. Thomas Wickham^ 
Lieutenants. 

Andrew Grant 

Drought Rich. Croasdaile 

C. Rowland Richardson*'' 



27 Dec. 42 
P 19 Aug. 42 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-XAl. 



P 20 May 48 

28 Apr. 46 

10 April 49 

18 Aug. 48 

P29 Dec. 48 

P 16 Feb. 49 

P 18 Oct. 45 

P17 May 60 

27 April 49 

17 Sept. 50 

27 Dec. 50 



12 Nov. 27 

21 April 33 

P29 Sept. 43 

P 3 May 44 

P 26 Jan. 44 

30 Jan. 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 
86 July 44 

23 Aug. 44 

23 April 46 

23 Dec. 45 

3 Oct. 46 

P 29 Dec. 46 

3 May 47 

19 Nov. 47 

20 Nov. 47 
P 25 Feb. 48 

26AprU49 
5 June 49 

12 Oct. 49 

13 Oct. 49 

27 Apr. 49 
P 7 June 50 

25 June 50 

20 July 50 

25 Oct. 50 

P 23 July 47 

P 23 Jan. 52 

13 Feb. 52 

p 8 June 52 

P17 Dec. 52 



Mar. 39 

22 Oct. 47 

20 May 48 

P29 Dec. 48 

28 July 49 

19 Aug. 49 

20 July 50 
P 28 Feb. 61 
P 2 Sept.51 

13 Feb. 521 



7 June 49 



2 June 43 

3 May 44 
P 16 Feb. 44 

Edward Shawe Powys' . . ' 36 July 44 
Rich. Gunn Brackenburyj 23 Aug. 44 
George Alexander Bace' | 28 July 44 
F. R. ByreBurn8ide,»'fl<(;.j P27 June 45 

Robert Greig »« P22July 45 

David Reid 31 Mar. 46 

Edward Ring Berry ' 29 Jan. 47 

Thomas Maitland Moore^^ 20 July 47 
John Henry Lukie ...... 16 Sept. 45 

Thomas Gabbett'^ 

George Sotheby Tyler . . 
Stephen M'Donough'^ . . 
Henry Brackenbury *• . . 

John Crawford 

Thomas Geo. Dupr6 Payn 
Geddes Sanson! Twynam 
Kenneth Bruce Stuart . . 
Thomas John Sadleir . . 
Wm. Hen. Wilson Pattouu 
Robert Richardson Daly 

Ensigns. | 

Thomas Edward Gordon i 21 Aug. 49 

RobertHutton :p 29 May 49 

William Dowler* ' 22 Oct. 60 

Henry Geo. Austin Vicars p 17 Oct. 61 

William Capel Garde p 12 Dec. 61 

John Sloman p 17 Aug. 62 

Henry John Yonge ' 24 July 52 

Charles John Griffiths . . p 17 Dec. 62 

PflywuMrer.—^? Archer Toole," 1 May, 28; Ens. 11 May, 09; Lteui.^ Jan. 12. 

AiijiUant,—Li£ut, Fred. Robert Eyre Bumside, 26 Dec. 51. 

Qr.-ilfa</er.— Michael Wall,^ 10 Feb. 41 ; Ens. 6 Nov. 40. 

iSur^^wn.— Patrick Gammie.»* 2 March, 47 ; Assist. Surg, 17 June, 36. 



4 Hig. Deacon leired in tkaPoa- 
jaub campaifD of 1848-9, pmmt at 
the patuce of the ClMBab. aa4 in 
the battles of Sadoolapore. ChilliaBo 
walUh, aad Qoojerat, and with th« 
field force in pursuit of the enemy 
to the Khyber Pats in March 1849. 
Medals and tvo Clasps. Expedition 
into the Easaftie country ; in action 
with the enemy 11th and 14th 
Dec.lHiS; present at the capture 
and destruction of the inanmat 
Tillages of Sanow, Pnllee, Zooiw 
muDdie, and Sheerfcanee on thoao 
dajrs, in which he commanded the 
portion (300 men) of his regineat 
emplojred. 

6 Mai. Otter served with the 14t]i 
at siege and capture ot Bhurtpore 
in 18-i9-6. When in the 4th Eegt. ha 
commanded the storming party in 
the attack on the Fort of Buddaroi. 
Southern Mahratta country, in Jnna 
1811 . He served as Acting Assistant 
Adjutant- General of H. M. force* 
during the Punjaub campaign of 
184S-9, and was present at the aflhir 
of Bsoiougger, passage of the 
Chcnab. and battles of Sadoola^ 
pore, ChilUaowallah, and Gotqerat. 
Medal and two Clasps. 

6 Capt. Delj served in the cam. 
paign aicainsc the Rajah of Coori 
lu 1834 with the 48th Kegl. Served 



in the Punjaub campaign of I84S-9, 
present al the passage of the Chenab, and in the bat> 
ties of Sadoolapore and Chillianwallah. and with the 
field force in pursuit of the enemj to the Khyber Past 
in March 184». Medal and one Clasp. Kspedition into 
the Eusufcie countrf ; in action with the enemjr 11th 
and 14 th Dec. 1849 ; present at the capture and de* 
struction of the insurgent Tillages of Baggow, Pollee 
Zoormundie^ and Sheerkanee on those days. 



Facings Buff. 

Agents, Messrs. 

Cox Si Cc. 



Assistant-Surgeons.^Uerbert Taylor Reade, 8 Nov. 60. 

Robert M*Nab, M.D. 8 Nov. 50. 
Colin M. M. Miller, M.D. 7 Nov. 51. 

1 Llent.-Ocneral Rcctb lerred with the Grenadier Guar4fl in Sicily in 1808-7 i Sir John Moore's campaign In 1808 9, and 
was present at the hattle of Corunna. With the expcdttion to Wslcberen In 1809. Went to Cadis in 101 1 . and remained in 
the Peninsala until the beginnlnx of 1814 ; vresent at the pasfage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nirelle and Nits. Served 
also the campaign of 1816. Including the battles of guatro Bras and Waterloo, storming of Prronne and capture of Parts. 
Remained with the Army of Occupation until iu return to Bngland in 1818. He hii tceelTed the War Medal widi three 

9 Lt!^CoL Jones aerred with the Slat in the Poiuanb campaign of 1848-9, waa present at the passage of the Chenah. and 
in the Uttlee of Sadoolapore and ChUlianwallah ; after which he commanded the regt. at the batUe of Goqjerat ; and he 
eonmanaed a portion of Sir Walter Gilbert's field force, consistina of a troop of Bengal Horse ArtoUery and the «lit 
Kgt. in parcnit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1849. Medal and two Clasos and was nominated a C.B. 



YMn'Serr. 



55 



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Paj. 



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208 S7th(The West MiddUsex)Regt. of Foot [^'^iSSl'" 

"ALBUHKHA*'— " VITTOBIA"— " PYHEUBBS" — " WIVBLL***— " BIYB*'— *' PBKtVtUI«A." 

9 CSft Henry, Viteount HardlDge,^ OCB. Snt, 8 Oct. 1798; Litui. 85 V«r. 

1803 ; Caji^ 7 Apr. 04 ; Mqior^ 18 Apr. 00 ; MMut.-CoU 30 May, 11 ; CW. 

19 July, 31 ; Mq^.-Qen, 33 July, 30 ; UmU.-Gen. 83 Not. 41 ; Col, 57th 

Regt. 31 May, 43. Xteut.- Colonel. 

Thomas Leigh Qoldie, Em. p 13 June 35 ; X^ p 10 Dec. 85; Cap, P 34 Not. 88 . 

Mqjor, P3d I>ec. 38 ; Brev, LU-CoU 80 Mar. 40 ; LuuU^Col. P85 June 47 '. 

Col. 11 Nov. 51. ' 

Thomas Shadforth, Em. 8 Apr. 85 ; Lieut. PlO Oct. 36; CapU p 18 Apr. 31 ; 

MqjoTf 39 March, 44. 
Thomas Sidney Powell,* JBruign, P13 May, 80; Xieic^. p31 May, 31 ; Copt. 

Pld Not. 35; BrecMajar, 23 July, 39; Mt^or^ P81 July, 48; Brw. 

Zt.'Cal.n Not. 51. 



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8 May 35 

3 Feb. 37 

17 Not. 37 

P39 Not. 39 

7 Feb. 
36 Oct. 
33 Jan. 
38 May 

3 Feb. 



•p 



38 

3 Oct. 44 

P 34 Sept. 41 

P 8 Mar. 47 



Captains. 

Edward Stanley * 

Henry J. Warre, «. .... 

John Auchmuty 

John Alfred Street,^ .... 

WiUiamlnglis 

Robert Abraham Logan 

Hector Monro 

Fk«d. Gordon Steward* . . 

Charles Bdmand Law* . . ^ 

James Stewart ' 39 Jan. 

LXBUTBMAIITB. I 

Loftus Cassidy ;p 9 Not. 

Jason Hassard 

Frederic Percy Lea .... 

Henry Butler . • • • • 

William Fowler Jones . • 
James Franklyn Blsnd . . 
Geo. B-Vaugban Arbuckle 
Chss. Wm. 8t. Clair, a4^. 
Gerrard John Forsytii . . 
George Herman Norman 
George Udney Hague . . 
William Edward Brown.. 
Alex. Lester Copland .... 

Ensiokb. 
Arthur Maxwell Barle •• 
Thomas Nind Woodall . . 
Richard A. K. Hugessen 
Cavendish Venables .... 
James Hornby Buller • . 

William Wells Lee 

Edward Colpoys Johnson 
Joshua CunliiTe Ingham 



LIBUT. 



10 June 38 

1 June 41 

P 6 Mar. 40 

P 5 Oct. 41 

40iP31 Dec 41 

41 >P 3 Mar. 43 

46 P39 Jan. 47 

43 P38June44 

44 P 8 May 46 
10 Not. 48 



46 



11 June 41 

18 May 48 

19 Aug. 43 
P S3 Mar. 49 



CAPTAIN. 



39 Dec. 

P 8 Jan. 

p 3 Mar. 

7 Jan. 

P 36 Oct. 



45 

47 
47 
48 
49 



P 7 Mar. 51 
P 85 Apr. 51 
P 9 May 51 
P 36 Dec. 51 
P 13 Oct. 53 



BBBT.-MA1. 



19 Mar. 47 P 39 May 40 
PlO Dec. 47jP36 0ct. 40 

39Dec. 43;Pl7 0ct. 45 

18 July 48 P 34 Jan. 51 
PSl July 48JP 7 Mar. 51 

34 Not. 48 p 35 Apr. 51 
P33Mar.49jP 8 Aug. 51 

10 April 49 1 P 36 Dec. 51 
P 14 Dec. 49 



P 18 Jan. 50 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 16 May 51 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P 33 Jan. 63 
P 14 May 53 
P 15 May 53 



S L«.-Col. PawsttMrvaSu AM»- 
dc>Caaip aii4 PwalMi tonniwln i« 
Lord KeuM tbrBmhevI tb« c^. 
pAigs or 1MI.9 la A^hMlnm, Mid 
bu r««tt«id a BMdAl Ibr OWia**. 

4 CapU Blicei icrvcd in tk« SMh 

with tiM cxpcditloii to tk« Vonh of 

CUaa iB isa (IfaM). ud «aa 

prctrat at the attack and owtw 

D 1 f\^* K9 of Chin KiaBff Ftoo. and at ibalaW. 

P 13 Get. 53 lisg bdbra Kaakia. 

A Cape Law ■crrcd with the 9tb Laacan is iW 
eampalfn on the SuilrJ la 1B4S, and waa 
tb« hatda of Soteaaa (Madd). 

S Cape Steward wrwd with the Alid la 
pair a aa the Battel la 184S. aad was f n mM at 
aSUr of Baddlwal. aad la the aellam af AUwa] aad 
iMedalaWClaepe). 



P 33 Nov. 53 i 
Paym4iJtter.^Muk Matthews, 38 July 43 ; Bju. 39 Msy 39 ; Zl. 33 Nor. 40. 
A4fiitant.—Lieut. Charles William St. Clair, 30 June 51. 
Quartcr^Master. — James BaJcombe. 7 Not. 51. 
Surgeon. — James Diclwon, 5 March 47 ; AeeUi.'Surg. 87 Jan. 43. 
AuietantSyrgeon. — Thomss Clark Brady, 81 May 53. 

I /Victn^f Yellow. — Agente, Messrs. Cox &Co.~/ritA if peiif#, Messrs. Cane k, Sons. 
[Betumedfrom Madrae 38 Sept. 46.] 

Haidiage Mrrfd thraofhoat the whole of the Pealaeular war, aearlf tha whole of the thne ai Depfoty Qaaetae 

Oeaeral of the Poctoffueee aniy. and wai preeeat at the hattlae oi Bdela and Thniera (waaaded), reiwat la. a^ 

haWa af Ceftraaa, p a wH eaflha Dauto, hatde of Bunco, Itae* of Tott«« Tcdna. hettle of Albvhera, l»t and Id slefc* af B«da- 

Jaa, elat* ■■* ' 



af Cladad Bodrlga. Sd alega af Bad^aa, hattin of 



VIltoriaiMTetaly 



paiffB •t If lA, aad waa eereralir 
ia iho hattles af 



laaa,lha P y r eae t i. IClvcUa, Niva, and Orthet. Serred alio the 
,— left haad eaipafted. Aa Oaveraar Ocaetal af ladla he wi 
HI* lordship hea taeeUed tha gold eraci aad Ive claepa. 
a Captahi Staale) haa had teuflif fed apoahlm. hy the Qaeca of PortaffaL the Older ef the Tawrr aad 
dtftlBK«iahe4 caniuat la actioa at iha Ctty of Oporto, an iha ttei Jair lOS. wbea be was acrtrely waaaSed 
Captata Slulay waedaiag daty wlih the Seotah PualBeft ■itirhrd lathe anaj af ravtagal at that itaMi. 



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w2i[MSrTMwl:] SSth {The EtttlandJhire) Beat. Of Foot. ["••^"iS j;^^^' 

" GIBRALTAR"— with the CiwfXe ami JJnf, « Jfoiiiif Jitfipnia CoZm."— The 8phS!x!witb 
the woitU "EGYPT" — "MAIDA"— "SALAMANCA"— "VITTORIA"— 
** PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— « ORTHE8"— " PENINSULA." 

CdoneL 

9 Edward Backley Wynyird,* CB., JSn$. 17 Dec. 03; X/. & Ca«^. 7 Jan. 08 ; 

Breo.-Mqf. 25 March, 13; Capf. & Lt.-CoL 28 April 14 : Col. 22 July. 30 ; 

Mqjur-Qen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Not. 51 ; Co/. 58th Regt. 31 Jwi. 51. 

XrMM/.-CoIemel.— Robert Henry Wynyard,' CB. Era. 25 Feb. 19: Lieut. p17 

July 23; Cop^ P20May 26; Mqjor, 25 July 41 ; Ueui.-Col. p 30 Dec. 42. 
Afq;9r».— Cyprian Bridge/ Ent. 8 Apri]y25; Xieu/. p31 Jan. 28: Capt. PIO 

Dec. 36; Mqjor, p 30 Dec. 42. 
Charles Lavallin Nugent, Ens. P21 Aug. 36; Lieut. 4 Feb. 38: Capt. p16 
Nov. 41 ; Jtfq/tfr, P 18 July 51. 



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Captains. 
Geo. Ponaonby Hume 
Joseph Henry Laye ^ 
Jonaa Pasley Hardy * 
Andrew Hamilton Russell 
Wm. WUd Jos. Cockcraft^ 
Charles Wm. Thompson^ 

Charles Dreslng 

William Temple Parratt 
John Alex. Cha. Petley* 
Isaac Rhodes Cooper . , 
Lieutenants. 

Henry C. Balneavis^'a^/- 
M. LionWestK>pp,''cf.j7iit. 
Ch.StJ.S.Herbert"</.a4(;. 
George Hyde Page' .... 
Leslie Jenkins Thompson 
George Henry Wynyard" 

Horace Fred. HiU 

Thomas John Grant .... 

Arthur Cooper 

GladwlnJohnH.Wynyard 
John Hayman Ward .... 

James Duncan 

WUliam Davies Shipley 
Ensigns. 

Michael Tighe 

John Rae Johnstone .... 
Sedborough Mayne .... 
Sidney Withington .... 
Kenneth Rob. Murchison 
Frederick Bent ....••.. 

John Hill Crosse 

Joseph Charles Lake .... 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



P28 June 33 
P 2 May 34 

29 Sept. 25 
18 Jan. 28 

8 Apr. 25 
P23 Dec. 36 
P 19 Feb. 36 
P 5 Sept. 40 
p 12 Oct. 38 
P23 Apr. 39 

7 July 38 
P 20 Sept. 39 
P26 Mar. 41 
P23 Apr. 41 

17 Sept. 41 
3 May 44 
20 June 45 

9 May 45 
P27 May 48 

15 Aug. 48 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 8 Dec. 48 
P 3 Mar. 48 

30 Dec. 45 
23 May 48 

18 Aug. 48 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P2dApr. 46 
P14 June50 
P 18 Apr. 51 



P 16 Dec. 36 

1 Dec. 37 
3 Nov. 26 

23 July 34 
P 22 Apr. 26 
P 3 May 39 

2 June 38 
P 9June 43 
P26 June41 
PI6N0V. 41 



CAPTAIN. 



P 20 Sept. 39 
P26 Mar. 41 

25 June 41 
P31 Dec. 41 

20 July 39 
P12May 43 
2 July 45 
P 24 Oct. 45 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 18 July 51 



EHEY.-MAJ. 



11 Not. 51 



11 Not. 51 



at tka 



P26 Mar. 41 

29 Dec. 42 

P 27 Jan. 43 

P 12 May 43 

18 Aug. 47 

19 Sept. 48 
P 2 Mar. 49 

8 June 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 7 June 50 
P 18 Apr. 51 

20 Aug. 49 

10 lA. WMtfopp was pretant at tha dettraetiim of 
Foaari's Pah on tha aotk April lS4»i at ttaa atiadt 
oa Heki'a Pah oa the 8th Ma/ ; at tha daatraetioa of 
Waikadi't Pah oa the 16th Mam i at the atocmlaf oT 
Kawiti't Pah at Ohiawai on tha Itt July and at ita 
daatmct&oB on the 10th Jaly ; he ««■ alao preacat at 
the eaptoie of Kawiti'a Pah on the 11th Jan. 1046. 

1 1 Lieut. Wya yard eommanded and lad a Moraiaf 
party flom the left atockade into the braieh at Xa* 
viti'a Pah on the 11th Jan. 1846 ; and alao Mwed aa 
Aide-de-Camp to Oovcmor Grcr in the Tallef of the 
Hatt, and the Horakinr vallef daiinf the opefatlMu 
in the Soaih in the aame fear. 



8 Ueat. Balnaaviavaa pvaicnt at 
the aaaault oa Xawiti'a Pah at 
Ohiawai on the 1 at Jnlf IStt \ at 
the daatroetion of Amtaa'a fah on 
the leth JoIt ; and at the etoimiaf 
of Kawiti'a Pah at BaMekaaeka oa 
the nth Jan. 184C Alao 
attack and tvpalae of the < 
the aetttoment and aloekadaa of 
Waaganoi. IVch Mar, and la the 
actioa of the Itth Joly 184/ 1 ha 
acted aa eagineer to thia force. 



Pl6Sept.51 
Paymaster.— ^tho. Richardson Timbrell," 25 Oct. 42 ; Qr.^Maeter, 19 Not. 80. 
Adijutant. — Lieut. Henry Colin RalneaTis, 9 July 52. 
Quarter-Matter.— Vfi\]iam Molr," 15 Oct. 47 

Surgeon — Arthur Saunders Thomson, M.D. 6 Aug. 47 ; Aetitt.»8urg. 19 Oct. 38. 
Ateitt. ^Surgeons. — Alexander Qeoige Montgomery, 9 Dec. 45. 

Benjamin Tydd, 25 April 51. 
Facings Black. — A gents ^ Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

1 Ll«it-Generel Wynjtrd tenred with the anof in Sicilj from 1808 to March 1810, when lie waf 
•ererelj wounded at the attack on dania Maura, for which lie tubfaquently obtained tha Brevet rank of 
Mi^or ; ho wm also pretent and on the staff with the force that occupied liebla and Procida. 

9 Licnt.-ColoBel Wynfard Mrred with the force nader CoL Dea pard in New Zealand ftmn Oct. lB4t natfl Jaa. 1847 la 
eoounaiid of the (9th, and entered the hieach with the atorinen in the aaaault on Kawiti'a Pah, at Roapeh^cka oa the 
^^ 11th Jan. 1B4C 

" a fr 3 Mafor Bridge aerved with the S8th throoghont the whole of the operation* in the North of New Zealand, fkoaa April 
1S44 to Jan. IStB. He eomoMaded the regiment in the action at Maarie nndcr laeuc-Colonel Hulme ; eoadneted a night 
attack la boata «p the Waikari Rirer and completely ronted a rebel tribe, and destroyed their Fah. He eonnunded tha 
aeih oa the aeeoad espeditioB agaiaai the rebel chleft Heki and Kawiti, under Lt.*Col. Dcapard : re^eaptued a hill at the 
head of tha lagiaieiit on the oMKning of the Ut Jaly 184i at Ohaiavhi, and led one of the ttorming partiea at the aaianlt oa 
the Pah oa that afternoon, and waa at the capture of the Fah on the Uth Jnly. He waa alio at the aaaanlt and aqptnre of 
ILnrita'a Pah at Baapekapefca on the 11th Jan. 1846. 

iUatar Coekenft and Captain Fetley ecrred in the expedition agaiaat Kawiti'a Pah, at SaapeknAa. 

f Uent. Page waa preaaat at the atorming of Kawiti'a Pah, Uth Jan. lS4fl, and he defrated the Natlvae ia a ai^t atCaek 
on hia poet on the Biver Hutt. ISth May foUewing. Preaent at the fMTT^K «t Taitai, 16th Janc^ oommanded a detaehment 
at the eaptare of the Chief Te Kanpttraha and at the ^irmith in Hocokiwi Valle* ; prcaeat at the attack and rapalw of 
the eaemr on the aettlementa and itockadea of Wangaaai, 19th May i and ia the aetion of the 19th Jaly 1M7 he directed a 
charge which rcpnUed the enemy. 

7 Capt. ThompaoB waa prtaeat at every action, aaaanlt, aad akirmidi which took place dnring the operatloaa eazriad oa 
in 1846 and 48 under Lieat.-Col Hnlme, and BBbaaqncntly ander Colonel Daapard, agaiuat the inanrgent chiefo In the North 
of New Zceiattd* 

11. Lleat. Herbert was preaent at the eaptora of Kawiti's Pah at Knapekapeka 11th Jan. 1848 ; aad waa aevaialy wounded 
sa Ih8 Iftb ^tOM Mlewiag In a lUmlih with the entmy at the valley of Hatt, 

200 



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64fA (27ie2iMf Staffordshire) Regt. of Foot [^il'iLfS^KiiSi^- 

"ST. LUCIA"— "SURINAM." 

Cohmeh 
V 5tr Richard Bourke,' KCB. Em, 22 Nov. 1798; Li. & Cop^ 85 Nor. 99; 
McQory^ Aug. 1805; Lt.-CoL 16 Sept. 06; Col. 4 June, 14; Mqf.'OeH. 19 
July, 21 ; Lt.'Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col, 64th Regt. 29 Noy. 97. 

Xi«uf .- CdcneU. 
James Stopford,* CB. ^fu. p 17 Sept. 25 ; Lt.P2 Nov. 26; Capi. p 10 Sept. 90; 

Mqfor, P 11 March, 42 ; Brevet'LU-^Col. 90 April, 44 ; Lt.-Col. 13 Nor. 47. 
Nicholas Wilson, KH. Bns, 31 Oct. 00; Lieut, 7 Oct 19} Capt. P24 Oct. 

21; Mq)ar, p30 Dec. 28; Brevet Lieut. -Col. 23 Not. 41; Lieut.-CoL 4 

Aug. 48. 
Mqjors, — Maximilian James Western, Ent, p 10 June, 26 ; Lieut, p 8 June, 

30 ; Capt, P20 Dec. 35 ; Mt^or^ p 11 April, 45. 
James Draper, Ens, 18 Dec. 23; Lieut, PlO Not. 25; Capt, p 24 Dec. 29; 

Brevet'Mqjor, 9 Nov. 46 ; JWiy'or, 22 Dec. 46. ♦ 

















































. . •• 



Captains. 
Harry AlthamCumbcrlege 

Thomas Stirling 

Geo. W.Powlett Bingliam 
Charles William Sibley*. . 
Isaac Temple Twining .. 

Neville HUI Shntc 

Thomas Anderson 

Robert Du Cane 

Robert Mockler 

Francis Barry Drew 

LlBUTBHAlCTe. 

Henry Francis ...... 

Alfred Picton Bowlby 
Charles Thompson .... 

William John Chads, «. 

Sidney Cotton 

Wm.Fletcher Jas. Morphy 
Richard Charles M<Crea« 

Matthew Fanning 

Geo. HamtltonTwenflow 
Arthur Edward Mulloy . • 
Arch. E. Cochrane Forster 
Doveton D. Qreentree . . 
Cbas. Fred. Brockman.. 
Godfrey Lyon Knight . . 

WillUm BeU, iu/>. 

Chamb. Henry Hinchliff 
Augustus Applewhaite .. 
H . Hammerton Alezaoder 
Frederick J. Hutchi»on. . 
Stand, de Courcy 0*Grady 

Valentine Ryan 

Corbett Edwards 

David Mortimer Murray 
Ensios. 

Alfred John Tuke 

Thomas Arch. Mackinnon 
Richard Henry Willoocks 

William Shcehy 

WUliam Knox 

Alexander Benison . . . 

Rowland Bateman 

Waiter Carr Mackinnon 



BN8ION. 



LIBUT. 



P 2 Dec. 31 

P 23 Apr. 39 

p 16 Feb. 38 

27 Nov. 24 

20 May 42 
P 22 Mar. 44 

10 May 34 
P 3 Apr. 46 

12 Sept. 43 
P 29 May 45 

P29June 43 

31 Oct. 45 

P19 Jnne46 

P 12 Nov. 47 

25 Oct. 39 

29 May 42 
28 July 43 

1 Feb. 44 

Pll Oct. 44 

P17 May 44 

10 May i4 

P May 45 

15 Apr. 46 

28 Feb. 46 

21 Jan. 48 
P OApr. 47 
P 2 June 48 
P 12 Sept. 46 

22 Dec. 48 
PlO Feb. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 27 July 49 

14 Dec. 49 

P 15 Feb. 50 
P 25 Sept. 49 
P 3 Nov. 48 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 17 June 51 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 12 Od 62 



22 Apr. 95 



CAPTAIN. 



P22 Mar. 44 



6 May 42|P28 Apr. 48 
8 April 42 P 12 Sept. 48 



10 Aug. 42 
20 Aug. 49 

P 9 Aug. 60 
22 Aug. 48 

P 15 Not. 60 
9 May 51 

P21 Nov. 61 



BKBV.-MAi. 



16 Oct. 26 
p 17 Jan. 45 
P 25 Sept. 46 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 28 Apr. 48 

12 Jan. 48 

17 Aug. 48 

14 Sept. 45 

12 Mar. 48 i u..coL sttpfci* 
P 2 June 48 *)>• 4M> thKMsbMi ia« 

P IQ a«»nt Aa' •" CwMUhat aad la Aatfbmimm 
t Z?^ ^ > ^wUtg IS41 uA 4fl(Mdid)t m4 to 

14 Oct. 42 : «— iwiii ttw air. !■ tt>» -o- 
10 Nov. 43 orutbmirorf.nik Om.ims(b*- 

Oy w| ' dal^ ttnOl Mverely mtmaimd la Um 

. ^ ■l4«,-.lMludalM •!»*•€ eat teva 
14 Apr. 46 umUt him, 

S C«pt. Sibley MTvcd wttli tke 
ISdi la the BttTiacM «ar| aad vtlk 
the ttad la the raipalf •■ Ike 
SuU«tf I aad ••• ee ma ly waaaded 
la the battle of Fe>aMehah(wiial). 
4 LC M*Cv«a terrcd with a «§> 
tiofcaieai af tt« ITtt wilh UxOal. 
Oalrwa** Ligki BilgeiliL tai tfw 
Sootbera MaHratU reaijialta af 
1844~S, aad «aa pKMal laaU Ita 



10 May 46 

P 20 Oct. 46 

22 Dec 46 

9 Jan. 47 

P 15 Oct. 47 

17 Mar. 48 

P29 Dec. 48 

p 3 Aug. 49 

P 9 Aug. 50 1 

P 15 Nov. 50 

9 May 51 

5 Dec. 51 

2 Jan. 52 

9 July 52 

P 26 Nov. 52 



Oatea aad ttonalac af 
•taekadca. 

• Qt. 
UieMih the 

R«|>h orcaorf ia IBMi Iha 
tltaii ifalaat Kafaoal la ISV | 
•t the batUe af Mvhaii^; 
t9tli Dc«. 18a( Medal). 



7 Daetor laflit wnred tbe fa^iaab iiiw|ii%a of 
1S4S4 aitb the lOtk. tacladl^ tba ahala ef Ika i 
aperatloiWbefbra Maaliaa (iba gtaaiar pari a( 
la medical ebaife af riM i«ft.)* aad baule af CIwj|wbi 
(MedU and Claap*}. 



P 24 Aug. 52 

j Paynuuter.^Junes Howes, 1 Oct. 47 ; Quarter'Maiter.e Sept. 30. 
! Ai^utant.^Lieut, William Bell, 11 Dec. 49. 

Quarter-Master.^John Sears,* 1 Oct. 47 ; Em. 8 May 46 ; Xr. p 10 March 47. 
^Kr^«im.— James Gordon Inglis,^ M.D. ,28 March 62; Auitt.'Smrf. 20 Mar. 99. 
Atsittant-Surgeom. — Henry Crl«p, 9 ? ov. 48. 

Thomas Carey, i4 Jan. 51. 
Robert Thomr* Backle, M.D., 14 Oct. 61. 
Facin^t Black.-^J^enff, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

L'S**i!?!?*"*^ *■"****** *"'^*^***'~»««»*»"«*»««»^<*«^W«*A^^ lathaadlSlk 
h Oet. wbefa he feecived a Mvata «aa-id ihfa^ balk jaw*. Saread m tlaiitw Uwmt flwinl la Saatt 

ta tta arttaM of •a ISA tii J» i«u liW I SI Ibt *«t «rt •wittit ar •!«*• TMff, aia 













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25 







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7 




25 







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13 







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The Roual Tiger j iupewcribed " INDIA"—" ARABIA." 

CoUmel, 
9 Samuel Benjamin Auchmuty,* CB. Ens, 15 Oct. 97 ; Lieut, 13 March 00; 

Capt. 14 Nov. 05; Mt^OTy^l Jane 13; Lt,'Col,l2 April 14; Co2. 6May31; 

Mq^or-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Oen, 11 Nov. 51 ; Col, 65th Foot, 31 Jan. 51. 
Lieut.'ColaneL^ChBTleB Emilius Gold, ^lu. p 20 Mar. 28; Lt, p28 Oct. 31; 

Capt, P5 Feb. 36; Mqjor, f 4 Oct. 44 ; lAeut.-CoL 30 Dec. 45. 
Mqjars.—AXfTeA Francis W. Wyatt, Eru, P12 Dec. 26; Lieut, p23 Apr. 29 ; 

Capt, P19 Sept. 34; Jtf4;or, P2d Sept. 45. 
James Patience,' Ent. 6 April, 10; Lieut. 24 Oct. 11 ; Capt, 13 Nov. 27; 

Brev,'M(^or, 23 Nov. 41 ; Afqjor, 30 Dec. 45 ; Breo, Lt.-CoL 11 Nov. 51. 



Captains. 
Geo. Freeman Murray . . 
William Pym Young . . 
Richard Newenham .... 

St. Leger Barry 

Oliver Barker D'Arcey . . 
Duican Bazalgette .... 
,Benj. W. Bawson Trafford 

Thomas Barnard' 

Robert Henry MacGregor 

Wm. A. Douglas Anderson 

Lieutenants. 

John Gordon 

George Meyler 

Henry Ferdinand Turner 

James Paul^ 

R.B.TwyfordThe1wall,*a4^' 
Charles John Emexxjd, pm, 
Richard Maxwell Slegg. . 
Thomas George Strange... 
Fra. Beaumaris Bulkeley 

Charles Blewitt 

Cha. A. Miguel Servantes 
OctaviusJohnBlakeManh 
Thomas Walter Still .... 

Bnsions. 
JohnOwen Jones Priestley 

George Buck 

Fd.StansfleldHerrifis dM4f. 

Frederick Wemyss 

Andr. Nicholson Magrath 

Frederick Bailie 

Ernest Christian Wilford 



ENSIGN. 



26 Apr. 28 
P 26 Oct. 30 
P 14 June 31 
P 27 Nov. 35 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P3l Jan. 40 
P2l May 41 

16 July 41 

P3l Dec. 41 

1 Apr. 46 

5 Oct. 41 
P 7 Oct. 42 

8 Feb. 42 

8 Nov. 43 
P 8 Nov. 44 

7 Dec. 44 
P23Sept.45 
P22Dec. 48 
P 22 June 47 
P 8 May 46 
14 Dee. 49 
p 14 June 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 

7 Feb. 51 
P 14 Feb. 51 

4 Apr. 51 

P 11 July 51 

14 May 62 

Pll June 52 

P23 Not. 52 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 29 June 32 
P27 Nov. 35 
P 5 Feb. 36, 

10 Jan. 39' 
P 9 Dec 31 

31 Dec. 41 
P 8 Nov. 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 13 June 45 
P25 Aug. 48 

4 July 45 

P 23 Sept. 45 

8 Dec. 45 

19 Dec. 45 

10 Apr. 49 

P 7 June 50 

P 13 Dec. 50 

p 27 June 51 

18 Sept. 51 

22 Dec. 48 

P 30 Apr. 52 

P 28 May 62 

P 12 Oct 52 



P 5 Jan. 39 

12 Sept. 43 

P 4 Oct. 44 

P 6 Dec. 44 

19 Dec. 45 

19 Aug. 60 

18 Sept. 51 

P 30 Apr. 52 

P28May 62 

P21 May 52 



BREV.-MAJ. 

11 Nov. 51 



S CipC BwBud wu wQfimdAd lo th« h«ad sn th« 
ISih July 1847 whtn cncaccd la wtl«n with lk« rebel 
MatiT«t at Wangaaul, New Zealand. 



PaviiuE«<er.— J. Williams Marshall, 3 Apr. 46 ; Ent, p 2 Sept. 36 Lt, p19 Mar. 41. 
A^iuiant.—Lieut, Richard Bulkeley Twyford Thelwall,* 1 Feb. 60. 
Quarter-Master, — Edward Withers, 21 Nov. 51. 

5ur^e<wi.— Robert Keating Prcndergast, 14 Apr. 46; Assist, -Surg, 7 Oct. 36. 
Assistant^Surgeans, — Thomas Esmonde White, M.D., 26 Sept. 45. 

WUliam Ker Park, 31 Oct. 45. 
Facings 'WUte,— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Ll«ttt.-OeD«ral Auchmutr Mnred MTenl jemnin the We»l Indlea, and was present at the storming of 
Morne Forcunie. St. Lucia. In 1809 he accompanied the aecond battalion Royal Puslliert to Portugal, 
and waa preaent at Oporto and Talavera ae Major of Brigade to Sir Al«x. Cainpben; and at the battle of 
BuiBCO. the retreat of the army to and eubsequent advance from the linea of Torrea Vedras, and battle of 
FuentM d'Onor. as Deputj Awistant A^Uutant-Oeneral to the Sixth Divlnoo. On return to the Peninsula 
from sick leave he was appointed extra Aide-de-camp to Sir Lowry Colo, and was In action with the 
Ftourth DWialon at Ylttorta and the Pyrenees,— at the latter wis promoted to the Brevet rank of M^or. 
Succeeding soon afterwaida to the Be|lmental M^orlty, he commanded the light companies of M^or- 
Omnd Boss's brigade, and served with them at Orthcs and Toulouie.-at ibe latter, wm promotPd Brevet 
Seat^Colonel. He has received ihe gold Medal and one Gasp for the batUet of OrUus and Toulouse; 
and the sliver War Medal with Ave Clasps for the oiher battles. _, « ^ , ,„ ,.,. 

1 L(L-Cel.P«tie«» w» prcMBt at the rarrcadcr of Mtrttolque, wd at the eaptun of Let Satat« and Ouadalnupc. la 18 1 J. 

4 LkBt Paul aerrcd with the 3U» throughout th« eaapalgn of 1S45.6 oo the SaUcj. and was present In the battles of 
Moodkae. FcroMshah. (wounded), Buddiwal, AUwal, and Sobraont Medal and three clasps. He carried the Queens 
Cokmr of the aist at Moodkec and Feroscsbab. . . ^ i ..<» 

• Liwit. Tbelwall was pment in almost all the tklimUhcs with the hostile natlTes at Waaganul. New Zcalud. in liiT. 
•ad eennaaded the advaaecd party of the «Sth Regt. (40 men) la the aSalr of the IMh Jnly of that year, on wbleh oc<aaiPti 
Iw aanowly escaped being tooabawkf d. 



218 eJ-^J«;J;-Ia.] 66/A ( TU Ber kshire) R egt of Foot. [S^^Jiott: 

"DOURO"— « TALA VERA"— " ALBUHERA"— «< VITTORIA"— *< PYRBN£B9"~ 
« NIVELLK'^" NlVfi"— "OBTHBS"— *^ PENINSULA." 



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26 





27 





18 





12 





11 





8 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 











6 





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6 





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Colonel, 
9 Richard Blant,* JTrj. 31 Jan. 1787; Zitfv/. 23 Feb. 01 ; Capi. 12Joly,03; 

Mqjor, 17 May, 96; LimL-CoL 23 Aug. 09; Col 25 Oct. 1809; Mqfor-Gen. 

I Jan. 12 ; Lt.-Gen, 27 May, 25 ; Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 66th Rcgt. 25 Mar. 35. 
Lieut, 'Colonel. — ^John Henrage Grubbe, Ens, p 20 Aug. 18; MA&ut, p 24 Feb. 

25 ; Capi. P 13 May 26 ; A/q/or, p 10 Jan. 80 ; Lieut.^Col, 8 Bept 47. 
Mqjors, — Sir William Gordon, £ari,f £ns, p5 June 28; l^ieut, PB7 Apr. 32: 

Capt. P 12 May 37 ; M({jar, p 6 Nov. 46. 
Charle$ Edward Michel ; £ns. p25 Nov. 28 ; Lie^t, 23 Jfpv. ^ ; Cupt. 9% Feb. 

88 ; MffjoTf P 25 J une, 47. 



UVSJQV. 



32 
27 
26 
35 
41 



GAPTAIX0. 

Geo. Orattan Bifcoe 
John Johnston* .... 
George Maxwell .... 
Bdw. If ontagu Davenport* 
George Charles Downman 

Tom Benson 

Robert Conner 

John Clifton Hawkes. . . . 
Walter 8. Pearce Serocold 
Webster Thomas Gordon 

LiBUTENAirTS. 

David Robert Rosa .... 

George Watson 

Chas.Wm. Ayimar, d,pm. 
Arch. H. Dunbar, d. a4j. 
Charles Perrin ........ 

John Walker 

William Bowles 

Richard Homer Paget . . 

Alfred Torrens 

Horatio George Dickens 
George Glascott Newton 
H. Firth, Aeff. {q.m.h Pfb.i») 
Edward James Storey 

Enbions. 
Cba. Fred. Wheeler Cofiejp 16 May 51 

Leslie Eames ^ p 17 June 51 

W^m. Henry Jones Westby I P 17 Oct. 51 

James Galbraith ; p 12 Dec. 51 

James LorenzoVerscboyle.P 13 Dec. 51 
Henry W. Fred. Harria. . p 16 Apr. 52 

Alfred Austin jp 11 June 52 

Fred. Hugh Irwin Day . . }P July 52 



P 7 Apr. 
P24 May 
P23 Feb. 
P24 Apr. 

20 Oct. 
P 8 Nov. 42 
P11 July 45 
P 24 Jan. 45 
P 10 July 46 
P 1 Dee. 46 

9 Apr. 47 
P 9 Apr. 47 

21 Dec. 44 
P 28 Bept. 47 
P24 Dee. 47 
P 26 Nov. 45 
P|2 8cpt.48 

1 Dec. 48 

Mar. 40 

P 4 May 40 

8 Vow, 48 
8 Mar. 50 

9 Jan. 49 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIV. 



P27 8ept.89 
2 Apr. 41 

81 Oct. 48 
P8I Dee. 44 

14 Nov. 48 
pao Mar. 49 
P 4 May 49 
Pl4Mar.51 
P June 51 
P 14 May M 



^RBT.»aCA/. 



|1 KoT. 51 



P 12 Feb. 36 
P 9 Mar. 32 

90 May 28 
6 Aug. 88 

28 Dec. 43 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 6 Nov. 46 

14 Mar. 47 
P 84 Dec. 47 
P 12 Sept. 48 

26 Oct. 48 

14 ITov. 48 
P28 Aug. 46 
PSOMar. 49 
P 4 May 40 
P 13 July 40 
PUMar. 51 
P 6 June 51 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 2 Apr. 62 
P 14 May 62 
P 18 June 52 

26 Juna 62. 

5 AMi«t..8uif . If saiavlUs ssrvcd dovlag Ike 
whole of tb« csmpslfn aadar 8lr Otorg* Bvk^ 
lejr ftsalDsl tho JCa«i« Id |Bi9, In mt^leal 
charge of all the Vttlve Levies. * AeeompanM 
Um expedlUoD in 1948 axainiit the Rebsi Boenu 
Served alto In the Ksttr War of IMt^Al, aa4 
WM preient when a eironf forea of conMnei 
Keflra and Hotlentoto ««f driiMled nt F^rt 
Brown on Ihs 1st Qc%, ;b^], |b thtiw atlnnvC 
Co capture the cattle belopgiog to the Ibr|. 



Pajrmflffrr.-Arthur Pilkington/ Mar. 40 j fins, 8 Nov. 4?; 14. 11 fiapt. 46. 
AelJutanU^Ueui, Harry Firth, 8 March, 50. ^ 

Quarter'MaMter,—Qeovfe Pollard, 28 ^uly, 40. 

^ttTjww.-^Fmierick William Tupper, 26 Dec. 61 ; duist.'Surg. 8 Juna 41 
Attutant^SurffeonM.'-W&lter Strnpaon, MD. 23 Feb. 44. 

Edward MMUiam Tbomaa IfandevOIV 86 B^t 46. 

Facinfft Qreen,'-Apfntt, Mesars. Cox k Co. 

1 GcBcral BJuat aervod in Lord Ifbirm'aexMdittoB. and In PUb^Um tm i9oi ..^ m ..^ ^ . 

juSTft sir'sir •^•""* "•"*•• ''—'^ "^ •«-««•• 'W"-.—"- ,««, ta u. 



4 Paymasltr Pilkingtiiii acrred vith the tlit in the cauptinn on the flntM /mi^.i ..h -.-- 
u DcMenl In the bntUn of ifMHk*. ..^ »-J.-rwv TT"^. ?".*•!• .""''^ (medal and oao 



Sfl&^ 



Yetff'SerY. 



50 



Ball 
Pay. 



Eu.b.ibrGib,^u,.-j QUh{The South Hampshire) Regt of Foot l^^^i^'^^^ 

'*BABROSA"— "PENINSULA"— The Royal Tiger, superscribed, "INpiA-'' 

CoUmel. 
IP John Frederick Ewart/ CB. Em. 1 Nov. 03 ; Lieut, 10 Harcb, 04: Ofmt. 

17 April Q6i M<{ior, 29 Oct. 12; UeuU-Col. 15 Sept. U: CoL 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Afrt>r-Ge«. 9 Nov. 46j Co/. 67th F. 30 Oct. 52. » ^ ' » * 

Lieut. -Colonel. — Edward Basil Brooke, find Lieut. Royal Artillery, 16 Dec. 17 : 

Lt. AprU, 25 ; Capt. p 11 July 20; Mqfor, P5 July, 81 ; Lt.-CoL Q Nqt, 46. 
M(\jort, — ^Thomas Joaephus Deverell, Ens, 7 Nov. 22 -, Jiiieut.i^ Jiinp 20; (HapP, 

P 30 Aug. 31 ; Brevet Mqfor, Nov. 46; Mtyor, 3 8ept. 47. 
Samuel Hood Murray, Ens, p 22 June 32 ; Lieut, p Dec. 37 j Capt. p 1 N07. 42 : 

Mqjor, P 21 May 50. 



Full 
Pay. 



85 



81 



21 







34 





19 





IB 





17 





20 





11 





10 





7 





9 





8 





13 





11 





9 





8 





7 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





5 





4 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





36 











14 





10 





4 





8 


1ft 



Captains. 

Thomas Byrne 

John Porter 

Charles Barnard Hague. . 

Henry CoUette 

William Pilsworth 

Robert Hudson Wood . . 
Dugald Stewart Miller . , 

Henry Crofton 

William Du Vemet« 

C9unf WilliamC. Qivarola 

Lieutenants. 
Robert Follett Synge^ . . 
Thomas Basil Tuite .... 

James Graham, A(^ 

Daniel Thompson ...••• 
William D' Arcy, d.pm. . . 
Henry 8. G. S. Knight . . 
Edward Daubeuy ...... 

Alfred Addington Jones 
Edmund Holden Steward 
William Serjeant Arnold 
John Inman, d. adj. .... 

Vivian Arthur Webber.. 
Arthur Henry Coney . . 

Ensigns. 
Robert Philip Armstrong 
Charles Wm. Pearson . . 
Geo. T. Horton Atchison 

James John Wood 

Louis Walter Fisher .... 
Edward S. Randal Smith 
Alexander Cameron .... 
Jaspar Lucas Ilerrick . . 



KNSION. 



4 Nov. 19 
P 28 Mar. 34 
P 5 Sept. 35 
P 26 Aug. 36 
P 24 May 33 
PU Mar. 42 
P 24 Feb. 43 
P 8Sept.4G 
22 Mar. 44 
P 1 Aug. 45 



LIEUT. 



P 20 Oct. 

P31 Dec. 

3 May 

P 11 July 

10 July 
2 Sept. 

29 Dec. 

29 Dec. 
P 6 Aug. 
P 13 Aug. 

11 Jan. 
p 10 Sept. 

10 Apr. 

P 25 Feb. 
P 18 Sept. 
25 Oct. 
P 14 Feb. 
P17 June 
P 23 Jan. 
P 13 Apr. 
P 9 July 



5 Mar. 
P 29 Dec. 
P 80 Dec. 

22 Jan. 

18 Mar. 
P (J Dec. 
Pll July 
P19 Nov. 

20 Jan. 
P 6 Aug. 



23 
37 
37 
39 
38 
43 
45 
47 
46 
47 



CAPTAIN. 



40 26 Sept. 42 
42 P23 Aug. 44 

44 29 Dec. 40 

45 P 16 Apr. 47 

46 P 13 Aug. 47 

45 d June 47 

46 ^ 38 Aug. 49 

46 ^ 28 Aug. 49 

47 P 3 Jan. 51 
47 P 31 Jan. 51 
47 1 Mar. 49 
47 P 18 Apr. 52 
49 'P 8 June 62 



22 Jan. 39 
P 6 Oct. 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 
P 23 Feb. 44 
9 Nov. 46 
P 28 Aug. 49 
P 31 Jan. 51 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P 13 Apr. 6: 
P 8 June 5 



n 



BR^V.-M4/. 



; 1 Nov. 61 



48 
49 
50 
61 
51 
52 
52 
52 



a Lieut. Sjmc* lervcd witli ihe 

CMBaroRl«M OB tbc China «ape* 

(lltion (metUl), uid carri^ tba 

colour! of the rerlrofnt at tb« re<> 

pulM of the lUffht attack on N tnfpoi 

thf aitftck tad captim i»r Obapoo* 

tbe taking of 8b«affli*e and >roo- 

•uDg, the itonninf of Chin Kianf 

Foo, tad ttia operation* beroca 

Nankin. 

2 Capt. Dn Vemet was on board (b« tU-fiited ^aay. 

Mede. when that ship was ea«t awav on the Aadaoiaa 

lalca. near UumaoD. in Not. lB44,wttb detaebaentaof 

the lOtb and &Oth re^a. on bo»fd, waere he ronaincd 

for flfkj-fonr dajri eorrounded by Cannibal^ anoaaffer* 

, ipg rreat privatiooa He Krved alterwaria with tlM 

fiOth in the campaign mi the Sutlg (medal), aad wm 

preaeat at Baddiwal and AUwai, at which laat he ra* 

eeived a ilirht wound in the richt k%ec frvro a giapCT 

ahot, after which be waa icTcrely vounded in |h« left 

foot by the buratiog of a ahetl. 

SParmaatar Robioaoa acrtedat thf liege of Auccr* 
, gbnr, March asd April, 1818. 

Paymaj#er.--JamesRobinson^9 26 Dec. 87 ; Snt. 20 Voy, 17 5 Lieut, f 4 April. 20. 

Adjutant. — Lieut, James Graham, 22 Jan. 47. 

Quarter-Master. — George Crispin, 25 Oct. 89 ; En$. 22 Mar. 89. 

Surgeon. — Thomas Patrick Matthew, 11 Sept. 49; AtHst.-Surg. 12 Dec. 43. 

Assistant-Surgeons. — John Duff, M.D., 8 Aug. 49. 

Edward William Bawtree, M.D., 24 Nov. 48. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

1 Major- Of neral Bwart. a« eaptalo in tbe fitnd Light )orantr7i accoapaaled the BipcdiUon to Copcahagta la 1S87, aad 
waa preicni at the aetion near Kcqg. Served In the Pealnaula In 180$ and 9 under Sir John Moore, aad was wounded at 
Vimtera. Accompanied the Expedition to the Scheldt. Served with the LUht Divition la Ihe Peainaula trom March IBII 
to Dceenbar ISll, Ineludinf the batUei of Fuentca d'Onor and Salamanca i the eiegea of Ciudad Redrigo aad BadaJaa 
(aererely wounded when In command of a detachment carrying ladders for tlio atorming of Port Pieurina) ( aad the aetlpns 
af Sahiigal and San Uuaoa. Served In the Weat Indira with the Royal Yoik Rangera and the York Cbaaaeura tjnm ISIg |d 
iSlS InnuflTe, and waa at the capture of Ouadaloape, where be waa named in dcapatcbca by Sir Jamea Leith. ScryM ja 
the Eaat Indica ia command of the 07th regt., ftam March 1819 to Peb. 1813. and waa employed |ta a Brigadier at tlM 4*g« 
of A«ac9rghur, where he w«a named In Qcnrral Ordets. lie fubsrqurntir waa the Senior OQcer in charge af Uif Field 
PoTce at Sholapore. tie hat received the War Medal aith Arc Cla»pa, for Viniiers, Puentci d'Ooor, Ciudad Bodrlyo. 
Badajos, and Salamanca. 

210 



220 68/A ( The Durham) Regt of Foot. (Lt. Inf.) [''"V:;>?:rK^' 

" SALAMANCA"— "VITTORI A"—" PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— 

« ORTHES"— " PENINSULA." 



51. 



Yean'Sarv. 



50 



Pull I Hair 
Pay. I Pay. 



17 
SO 
90 



S5 
94 
20 
18 
IS 
22 
17 
IS 
11 
13 

11 

9 

6 

8 
10 

7 

7 

7 
U 

6 

6 

6 

3 

3 

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2 

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1 

1 

I 

1 

26 

11 

6 

27 

3 

2 



12H 































ColoneL 
9 Wi Douglas Mercer Henderson,* CB., JEtu. 24 March, 03; Lieut, i( Cmpi* 
20 March, 06; Capt. S( Lt-CoL 20 Dec. 13; CoL 22 Jaly, 30; Mqjor- 
Gen. 28 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Nov. 61 ; CoL 68th F. 31 Jan. 50. 

Lieut.-CoUmeh^Lord Artbur Lennox, Stu. p 24 June 23 ; Lieut. P 22 Oct. 26 j 
Capt. V 1 Aug. 26 ; Mqjar, p 6 July 38 ; Lieut.'Col P 22 Nov. 42. 

Jlfq/ar».— Harry Smyth, £tu. p 10 July 23 ; Lieut, p 13 Aug. 25; Capt. P 16 
Oct. 29 ; MqjoTj 21 April, 43. 

Henry Smyth, ^fu. p 28 June 33 ; Lieut, p 28 Oct. 36; Capt. P 2 Dec. 42; 
Major, P 12 May 48. 



ENSIGN. 

P 1 July~28 
P 15 Oct. 20 
P 8 Nov. 33 
P 10 July 35 
P 10 Sept. 41 
P 12 Jan. 30 

16 Sept. 36 
never 

25 Oct. 42 P 28 Nov. 45 
P 10 Jan. 40 1 15 April 42 



Captains. | 

Wm. Henry GUlman. . . . 

Geo. Macbeath 

Harbert Blount 

Heneage Griffith Wynne 
Henry Harpur Greer. . . . 
John Edward Lewis .... 

Henry Needham' 

John A. Udny,?.r. 11 Xov.51 
Thomas Henry SomcrTille 

Augustus Patenon 

Lieutenants. | | 

Thomas W. Storer ,p 2 Dec. 42 p 23 Jan. 46 



LIEUT^ 

" 14 May 31 
P 31 May 33 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P 13 Oct. 38 
1*20 Aug. 44 
23 Jan. 35 
27 Nov. 38 
P13 Nov. 35 



CAPTAIN. 



HoraUo Uarbord Morant p 20 Aug. 44 ,p 
Hon. Dan.Greville Frndilp 2 May 45 
Edmund Dayid Lyon .... p 14 Nov. 45 



10 May 43 
p 30 Jan. 46 
P 28 Aug. 46 














«A 










John CasAldy 

Fred. Stuckley Savage 

Stephen Croft 

C. U. Shuttleworth, d^dj.,^ 1 8 Sept. 46 
T.DeConrcyHamiIton,*<i<f. p 30 Sept. 42 
William Henry Seymour |p 7 May 47 
Chas. Samuel Nicol,tf. /mi. p14 May 47 

Ensigns. I 

Harrison W. John Trent p 14 Apr. 48 

Henry White p 12 April 50 

Frank Oarforth ' P 16 Aug. 50 

Cavendish Cbas. FitzRoy.P22 Nov. 50 
Frederick Grote Barker. . v 12 Dec. 51 

Herbert Vaughan ,P 26 Dec. 51 

Richard Lloyd Edwards |p23 Jan. 52 
Charlea Travers Fuller . . p 24 Jan. 52 



3 Nov. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 31 Dec. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 May 48 
10 Apr. 47 
10 June 52 
P 12 Nov. 521 



p 13 May 36 
P 28 Oct 36 
P 23 July 44 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P31 Dec. 47 
13 July 47 
30 Dec. 43 
P 15 Dee. 40 
p 2 Nov. 49 
P 15 Feb. 60 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 40 
Nov. 46 



23 Nov. 41 



John Cator 

Harry Edmond Smyth.. 



30 July 62 
23 Nov. 52 



Paymaster.—Vrm Uadley,* 13 July 49 ; Ens. 10 April 26 ; LUut. 24 Bcpt. 31. 
A*{futant. — Lieut, Thomas De Courcy Hamilton, 23 Aug. 60. 
Quarter^Master. — ^Thomas Tunks, 14 Apr. 48. 

Surgeon. — John Stewart Graves,^ 2 July 41 ; A.-S, 28 Sept. 26; ff.^A.ftH Feb. 26, 
As$iitant^Surgeon$, — ^Thomas Wildridge Sbiell, M.D., 13 Dec. 60. 

John Francis O'Leary, 21 Feb. 61. 
Facing* Qreen.'^ Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, Sir £. R. Borosgfa, 

Bt., Armlt Sc Co. 

I Lt.-Oen. Hradenoo SMompanied tha 9rd OnardtOD the expedition to Hanover In ItOSt and oa Ikat to 
Walrherm In 1600. Served In the Penla tula from Wareb 1810 to May 1611, and again from July Itit to 
March 1614, Including the aflblr at Sobral— wounded whtlst acting a* Atde«de>c«nip to Sir Brvnt Speticer ; 
battle of Barroaa— wounded when Aide-de-camp to Brig.-Oen. Diikei; liege of Clntlad Sodrigo, battle of 
8«lamanoa, capture of Madrid, ttcge of Burgos P«*«as* of the Bida«M>a, and batttea of the NItv and Ntrelle. 
BtTMfd abo the campaign of 1615 Including the battlt^ of Qnatr«> Brat and Waterloo and captore of Parie. 
ikt Waterloo he commanded the Srd Ouarda in the latter part of the action. He hai reeelted the War 
Modal with Ato Clasp*. 

t Captain Ni^bam eerred with the 60th In the hattle of Pannlar (M^al); alio the campaign on the 
SvtUt) (Medal) In 1615^, Including the baulct of Moodkec (fteverelx «oonded}aAd Sobraon (daofinmiiy 
wovndcid). 

a Lieut. Hamilloa eenred wUh the QOth in Kaflrland dnrlag the whole of the <rar of 1646-7. 

4 Mr. Oravae eerved with the 4th Ll. Ore. during the easapalgB in Aflkhsaiitaa oadar Lord Ksaaa* aad 
was preeant at the alece and captare of Ohuanea (Medal). 

6 Paymaatar Hadler Mrved with the QaefB*t Boyals thfoogboot the campaign in AUkhenlrtsii aa« 
ITrtn o fhi e t aa, vadcr Lord Xaaaa, and was rniiet at tha aionn and eapturaof OhoiBaa (woaadadXaBdoT 
BiMlaL He ierved alto the eaavalgn la ttia SoothafA Mahntta ooBBtry la 1644 f iaetadlaa Hm alarm af 



Hiiu:Ko.. %'] «9'A (The South Lmeolnshire) Reg. of Foot. ["S^^^^J^ 

Yeaw'Serrj " JAVA "— " BOURBON "— " WATERLOO "— " INDIA." 

Colonel. 
m Sir Ralph Darling,^ QCH. JSns. 16 May, 1793; Liettt, 2 Sept. 96 j Capt. 6 
8cpt.96: Major, v2¥ebAmO', Xf.- Co/, p 17 July, 01; CoZ.26 July 10; Jlfq;.-G«n. 
4 June, 13; Lt.'Gen.21 May,26; Gen. 23 Nov. 41; CoZ.69th Foot,6Feb.48. 

Lieut.-Colonel. 



60 



Fall 



25 



20 
20 



Half 



1 A Jamea. William LleweUyn Paxton, C(>m«*,Pl9 Apr. 27; Xri^trf. p 12 Oct- 30; 
Capf. P 6 July 38 ; Mtgor, p 10 Nov. 48 ; Lieut.-Col. p 22 Feb. 60. 

MdQcre. 
David Elliot Mackirdy, Ent. p6 April, 33; Lieut. p30 Dec. 36; Capt. P 26 

June, 41 ; Major, p 22 Feb. 60. • ^« ^ 

Legendre Charles Bourchicr,* J^rw.P6 April 33; Lieut, v 12 Feb. 36; Ci^t. 
P20 July 38 ; Brev.-Major 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqjor, 12 Dec. 51. 



36 

17 

18 

16 

13 

21 

12 

12 
8 
8 

8 

8 

7 

7 

7 

9 

7 

6 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 

4 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 









1* 











































Captains. 
Henry D. O'Halloran, «. 

Charles Fred. Law 

James Uandasyde Edgar 

Percival Fenwick 

Charies William Parker 
George Hughes Messiter 
Aug. Barnard Hankey . . 

Edward Bowen 

George Bagot 

Denis Dunn 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Harvey 

William Shepherd Milner 
Francis Gamble Blood 
James Smyth ..... 
Richard FitzGerald 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



1 Nov. 18 

P 7 Oct. 36 

p 9 Oct. 36 

P28 Sept. 38 

20 Oct. 40 

16 June 30 

P 30 Oct. 40 

1 June 41 

P 20 June 45 

23 May 45 

P 9 Aug. 46 

P 28 Nov. 46 

12 June 46 



P 28 June 27 
P 8 Nov. 39 
P 28 June 39 
P 1 Nov. 40 
23 May 46 
29 Sept. 34 
P 20 June 45 
P 2 Sept. 45 



CAPTAIN. 



p I Sept. 38 
P 9 Oct. 46 

29 Jan. 47 
P 14 May 47 

24 April 49 

3 Sept. 47 

P29May 49 

P29 June 49 



BRBY.-KAJ. 



11 Not. 61 



P26Sept.46!p 8 June 62 



P 26 Sept. 46 

18 Sept. 46 

Mathias S. Crooke,d.a£fj.|P22 Aug. 44 

' 17 Sept. 46 
13 July 47 
26 June 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 
11 June 47 
13 Sept. 48 



Charles Oilborne 

John LindsayMaclean acfj. 

Hon. Alfred Bury 

Henry Beauchamp Brady 
George Fred. Gildea .... 

William Tracey 

Edward Marcon 

Ensigns. 
Thos. Henry Charleton . . 
Henry Thomas AUen . . 
Charles Edward Malton 
Robert Aufrire Leggett. . p 11 June 62 
Chas. Richard Dorington P 17 Aug. 62 

Charles Fraaer I 14 Sept. 62 

WinnlettLockhartMelville 29 Oct. 62 
Charles Gun Harison . .' 10 Dec. 62 



18 Sept. 46 

P 14 May 47 

3 Sept. 47 

P 14 Apr. 48 

p 12 Sept. 48 

P 10 Nov. 48 

10 April 49 

24 April 49 

P29 June49 

P 16 Feb. 49 

p 8 June 62 

p 6 Aug. 62 

17 Sept. 62 

3 Dec. 62 



3 Dec. 62 



11 May 49 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P17 June 61 



32 Paymoiter.-V. Henry Dalgety, 1 March, 39 ; Eni.U Jan. 21 ; U. 23 Mtf. 26. 

6 AtHutant.—tieut. John Lindsay Maclean, 12 July 60. 

6 Quarter-Master.— Bobert Smyth, 3 Sept. 47. , . . « ot w-i, Ai\ 

iS Surgeon.-AXeK. Brown Cleland, M.D., 16 Oct. ^0 ; -i;«^5«rv. 21 Feb. 40. 

6 Assut.-Surgeont.—Wim9im Watson Somerville, M.D. 22 Dec. 48. 

5 George Hyde, 8 Dec. 48. 

Facings Green,^ Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

I sir Ralph D«TH«t'..trTlce.:-Ii» ITtB, the .Utm in to.l.l«»d of Or.n«U, ^i!I^J^^7j*;;^^^?;^S^* 
hallS WToltel mod mofdw «i tfa. OoTemor and upwards of forty of lli« Pri««P^ •»»«W'"'\^? ISlf^i^^^Sl!^ 

JSiiSiiiof'ui. S-»*-»»»p-<''-".«'»"»^*Trtt::i2i^'^^ fStbiUSSiSiXiS ,^.S.T^^ 

llM Dutch MUlemcnt of Surinam, and waa emploTcd in the arranftmenti '^f J°* rf*"\7dh ui*«L- m! CmK SL Thooaa, St. 

St «lon,. U April 1801. pfoc«d«l with U>. •«P«»IJion -.a^"' •**r«''iS£:Sfr!S^ ti. iJS^C^^ 

MMtln. and St. Bartholomew. a»l wa. P'^"* SL*^'/"'^*^?": . /" q^^?^ J«ta«lth.««.y 

Si;!rrcJ^*':L\-tiJt'a!r.%^^^ ^-^ 

hi* gtrnfrappoiatmant at the Hone Guards aa^..i.«.« .mI luiAoeMatan under Lord KcMMt 

1 lilior BmwAter acrred with the 17th ibronghout ttw eampaifn in AfUhanlrtan and f*»**^**2S" ™^^ '"^ 
MM ilillimS^^- «4 eap*-* <rfOhSS (Mtdal) and of Khetot. •• uhlch Utt h* i»» twit i»omid««. 



Xf^*99rr. 



70 



PuU 



31 
21 
21 
27 



17 

19 
33 
12 
16 

9 
12 
17 

9 
15 

9 
12 
8 
8 
10 
9 
9 
8 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
6 
7 
6 
6 
4 
7 
4 
4 

4 
7 
• 
6 
8 
1 
S 



27 
12 
8 
19 
9 
8 
6 



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222 70th ( The Surrey) Regiment of Foot.[^'^^'t^^ u!^^' 

CoUmei. 
a^ge John Hall, Bm, 29 May, 1788; IMut. 13 Pee. 88; Capi. 10 Pee. jM; 

itfffjor, 23 Dec. 95; Zieut.-CoL I Jan. 01 ; Col. 25 July, 10; Mqjor^Gen. 

4 June, 13 ; Lieut.'Gen. 2? May, 25 ; Qen. 23 Not. 41 ; C«l. 70Ui Rq^»l^ 

30 Jan. 32. Lieut'ColaneU, 

Thomas Jamet Galloway, Ens. p 13 Sept. 21 ; LUut. 2 June, 25; Cap!, f 27 

Dec. 27; JBrev,-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqf. 14 June, 42; Lt.-CoL 22 Dec. 48. 
Trevor Chute, 2nd Lieut.v IQ Aug. 82; LieiU, P 28 Oct. 88;. Capt. V 9 A|ig.88; 

M<0(Mr,P23 April, 47 ; LUut-Col. P 14 Dec. 40. 
Jlfq/ort.— Thomas Charles Timins, Bns, p 16 Mar. 32; Xtcu/. p28 Nov. 37; 

Capt. P 3 Feb. 43 ; Mqjor, PIS July 48. 
George Dumford, Ens. p K Oct. 26 ; I^ieut. P 8 Feb. 31 ; Capt, p 28 Nov. 37 ; 

ifqjor, 26 May 50. 











Captains. 
Thomas BdmondsMulock 

George Reynolds 

|| Edward L'Estraoge* • , 
John William Hay, «. .. . 

George Evatt 

Geoigc A. Ryan ........ 

Sydney Cosby Jackson . . 
Arthur George Shawe . . 
Frederic Arthur Willis * . 
Oswald Pilling 

LlBUTBNANTa. 

James Mazey Buchanan 
A.JohnO.Rutherfiird,a^'. 

Francis Chute 

Arthur H. Creswell Snow 

William Cooper 

John Mackay M*Kensie * 
Chas. A. Poynts James * 
Paul Fred, de Quinoey^.. 

Attllio Schebeiras 

George Augustus H'Nair 
Gates Joseph Travels . . 
Charli'S Crawley ....... 

John T. Nicolls O'Brien 

William Crozier 

Wm. Thomas M'Grigor. . 
Edward D'U. FalrUougli 

WiUiam Hellers 

Arthur Saltmarshe ..... 

John Nowlan 

Robert Whigham 

Wm. Fred. Tho. Marshall 
George Richards Greaves 

Daniel Armstrong 

Ensigns. 

Matthew BeU , 

Leopold Brown ' 

WiUiam Wiltshire Lynch 
John William Madden . . j 
Samuel James Lyle . . . . | 
Alex. Cha. Hnghes Toveyj 
Henry Beribsley Good . 



EN8I6K. I LIEUT. t CAPTAIN. ! 9RKT.-KA^. 



P 18 Mar. 3ti 

PdO Dec. 84> 

P 10 Nov. 0& 

never 

13 July 38 

P31 May 44 

P 10 Sept. 41 

1 Apr. 36 

27 Sept. 44 

80 Nov. 38 



21 Dec. 44 
P 18 May 41 
P 6 Jane 46 

80 Dec. 46 
6 June 43 

20 July 44 

22 Dec. 44 
P 2 May 46 

21 Apr. 46 
13 Nov. 46 
20 Jan. 47 
30 Apr. 47 
11 Sept. 47 

29 Dec. 40 
28 Apr. 4()i 

P 20 Oct. 48< 
26 Juna 4G| 

22 Dec. 48 
20 Dec. 48 

P]8Sept.4U' 
18 Mar. 46 

30 Nov. 40 
26 Jan. 48 

P 20 Jnoe 49 
28 April 46 
P 17 Sept. 60 
P 28 Jan. 47' 
P 17 Jan. 61i 
P 28 Jan. 62; 
P 22 Nov. 60 



p 20 Nov. 

27 Dec. 

19 Apr. 
P 6 Aug. 

30 Jan. 
P81 Dtx^ 
p 26 June 

23 Aug. 
P 8 May 

23 June 



30 
88 
10 

40, 
45 
44 
39 
46 
43 



P 8 May 46 

80 June 46 

Nov. 8Q 

P 6 Nov. 47 

6 May 60 
P16NOV. 6Q 
P 8 Nov. 60 

7 Feb. 61 
p 16 Jan. 62 

Apr. 62 



9 Not. 46 



p 9June4G; 

7 July 40' 

P 23 Apr. 47 

P 10 Mar. 48 

31 Oct. 46 

1 1 Feb. 46 

10 Apr. 46 

31 July 46 

P 21 Jan. 48 

p 30 June 48 

22 Dec. 48 

22 Dec. 48 

6 May 60 
27 Feb. 50, 

p 1 Dec. 48| 
19 Oct. 60 
Pl9Bept.48 
p 17 Jan. 61 
p 18 Apr. 61 
P17 Jan. 61 

7 Feb. 61 
P 16 Jan. 62 

9 Apr. 62 



i Urat«M»t IfKtRik Mmi fa 
tke CMnpalgit on the Wtm (u lltS 
(m«d«]); with the CM. mA «m 

Sreaeot w thM aetMBi of iadiiwfl, 
livAt, and Bobrvov. 
C lieniciuitt Jaaot Mit«4 wllk 
tht Mih in ib« cawyign on tho 
SaU«j (m«dal).ftnd wn« fmoatb 
the bnttloa of AIi««l Md iobcnoa. 

7 Lient. do Qidnccy vao |kom»i 
with the 80ch KegliMht ol tko hot. 
tloof Sobraon (nedal). 

8 Mr. HoiTcj icrTMl ia 



char|^ of the 9th, dttciog th* com 
pain of 184S, in AflkuiwatOB. p 



clodiBf tht actma at tho Khrlivr 

Oiail, Jii|AuW, 

and Tcaaen. recaptan uf Oab^il 



Past, Mamoo 



(Oltdol), and Ukioj of lataliC 

9 Qaar.-mastor Tl 
wi|h tb« tad BaUalian Softf 
Uwwif bout tho Mahr^tu vraf. 
the araiT In the Docofn, mim |ir 
John Doveton, In the yooiy liU, It 
and 19. Alao dorinf iho fe«r 
war, fkooi 4ao. lUi HbUI itt 
clu«i««in)Mf. 



Poynuufer.— Hugh UailUe Mackenzie, 24 May, 29 > Sub-LUut. 1 Fell. 1S» 
A^fuioHt.—LinU. Archibald John OUver Rtttfaeifurd, 27 April, 47. 
Quarter-Master, — Michael Thorn peon,* 81 Oct. 46. 
ivrpMm.— William Harvey,* 30 July, 44 i Aulst-Surg. 28 Mar. 84. 
Asiist.'Surgmns.-^ ohn William Johnston, M.D. 28 June, 44. 

Deodatua WiUiam Baton, 24 Oct. 45< 
Christopher Bahewell Bassano, 22 Dec. 48. 
Pacings Black. — Agents, Meaan. Cox Ic Co. 

tho hoUkof 



ttSoilag of a itroBf Dotch Fort on tho eohit of Bootoa. €ta baud 
Froach feon'hooti. Pttaent at the lioio aad t*mm of rwwlli. aad 



S MalfloL'EatrBngo aenod the eampoiga of IMS^t ta Bpoia. with the 14th. and waa nrcMot at tho 
COfli^y of>he lalc ofPnaer in 1910. Capture ol Jara in 1911, and enfajnd with a Datdi htifade al Mi. Wrhnfci At 

cohit of Bootoa. €tab«fd HJlja. JNeoJMOt thoboordiuffon 
■lege 
lofaoMhoeblaUof 
■arca lai/i ■naiano tnwpaiga ia 1917 Md Itt 
I tho War IMat oad two di«a for Cofaaaa Md iata. 



of tho 



tnala 



boordiuff oad ooptOff of 
of tho h^gfcta of ■■!— mi 
ia Moreh I8IS. Ifopaal war ia 1911; alcfo aad e^ti 

of Bhaftpore^ oador Lotd CoahofiMfa. Ho hot 



'*J?l?J2P°8TAir"-"CAPE OP GOOD HOPE"-"BOLEIA"-"V^bIEB^S^S>EUWA"- 
'^mXTES D'ONOR "-.♦• ALMABA2 »'-" VlTTORIA • W' P YRBMBB8 '* " KI VB ''-Stq^^ «Z 
" PENINSULA**—" WATEBLOO." r««Ji«»jw MtviS — pKJHB^ — 



PENINSULA**—" WATEBLOO.' 

ColontiX, 
9 $i2SI 5'ir James MacdoneU,* KCB. KG H. Bm. 25 Jan. 96 ; Lt, 2 Feb. 06 : CanU 

10 Sept. 08; Ma^, 17 Apr. 04; Lt,-Col. 7 Sept. 09: CoL 12 Amr 10 ; mS,t 

Gen, 22 July, 30 ; Lt.-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; CoL 71»t F. • Feb. 40; * 

Lieut.-CohneU.^WiUmm Denny, iPiw. P 10 Jan. 82; Limit, 9 28 Jimc, 

26; Capf. p 27 Sept. 38 ; Mqjor, p 24 April, 38 ; Zt.-Coi. 14 Apr. 46. 
r. Nathaniel Massey Stack, £!fu, p 25 Nov. 28 ; Lieut, p 20 Dec. 36 : Capt. 

P 6 ^uly 38 ; Mioor, p 22 Dec. 48 ; Lt,'Col, p 8 June 52. 
-Wq/or*.— 5aa Anthony Robert L'Estrange,' ins, 7 Dec. 14: Xteti/. P20 Dec. 

21 ; Capt, 9 7 Jan. 80 ; Major, 14 Apr. 46. 
r. P Charles Ready, JSru. P 13 July 32 ; Lieut, p 19 Mar. 36 ; Ct^pt. 16 Apr. 49 ; 

3fq;or, P 8 June 62. » ^if v , 



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ENSIGN. 



Captains. 
Robeirt Francis Hi^otf r . . 
E. Dennlstown Campbell^ 

r. William Hope 

r. Aug. derrick Hamilton 
r. Barry Blennerhasset . . 
V, Francis Qeorge Scott. . 
r. Geo. Whit. Talbot Rich 

Henry Loftus 

Fred. J. Colin Halkett . . 
Arthur Charles Parker . . 
r. James Arthur Gore, t, 
r. Herbert L. Wilson .... 

LiBUTENANTS. | 

r. Francis Carr Clerke . . j p 22 Nov. 42 

James Home,a4/ p 24 Mar. 43 

r. Wm, Stratton Prince. . 22 Mar. 44 
^ohn Ignatius Macdonell 'p 26 Apr. 44 
Cfaaries Francis Smith, r. i p 30 May 46 
r. WilliamFrancisSegravp |P 8 Aug. 46 



P 13 Mar. 36 
P 22 Oct. 33 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 29 Dec. 36 
P 18 Mar. 86 
4 Aug. 37 
P12 Jun^40 
26 Oct. 41 

16 Apr. 42 
4 Mar. 42 

17 Apr. 42 



• f 



r. Brent Neville 
r. Lewis William Ord 
r. R. C. Wm. Slojirt . 
r. John Fuller, d,pm, . . • , 
John Otway Weinyss . . . . 

William Johnson » 

Charles Watson , 

Charles Blennerhassett.. 
Ensions. 

William Campbell 

r. Francis Bonham 



P 8 May 46 
14 Apr. 46 
P 22 May 46 
14 Aug. 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 
P12 Nov. 47 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P 22 Dec. 48 

P 12 April60 
P 14 June 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 



LIBUT. 



r. Hon, Ralph Harbord 

^tr Lionel E.Smith,JBar/. |p22 Nov. 60 

r. Evelyn Mirehouse .... |p 17 Jan. 61 



William John Denny. . . . 
r. James Dalgleish, At^', 
r. Fred. William Lambtou 

Chacles Pringle 

George Campbell 

CourtenayH.Saltren Scott 
William Gabitt 



P 14 Feb. 61 
6 June &l 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 28 Jan. 62 
P 18 June 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P 16 Oct. 62 



P 29 July 36 
P27 Mar. 35 
P 24 Mar. 38 
P 24 Spr. 38 
P 6 July 38 

27 Feb. 42 
P 15 Apr. 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 30 May 46 
P 16 Feb. 44 
P 16 Dec. 46 

26 Sept. 46 

P 22 May 46 
14 Aug. 46 
P26 Sept, 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 
F 19 Mar. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P 19 Sept 48 
P 7 June 50 
18 July 60 
P 19 July 60 
P 1 Oct. 60 
P 8 Juue 62 
P 16 July 52 
P 12 Oct. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



brbt.-xaJ. 



P22 NoF. 42 
P 24 June 42 
P 30 May 45 
14 Apr. 46 
P 22 May 46 
P 8 Dee. 46 

P 12 Nov. 47 
P22 Dec. 48 
P ;9 July 50 
P 26 Pee. j^l 
P 8 June 62 
P 15 Vo?. 60 



S Malor L'Bttraaii amm^ <te 
ctx^p^ga 9t Wi. MdwMpmeat 
at the batdfl of Waccrioo. 

I Capiala fSmpbett Mrra4 wUfa 
tik« 4Ui f^ifbt |)r«room durlnf tlia 
eamiialgii ip AflMaabtao nadfr 
Lord KMaa, ■ad was pfMcal ^t 
tiM *iafff aaA cfptvrt of aiwaiiaa 
(medal). 



PaymoMter^—JAonifi Robinson Campbell, 20 Aug. 41 ; Ens, 2Julv29; Limt. ID 
AtQutants, — Lieut, James Home, 1 Dec. 48. , " [Dec. 3^. 

r. Ens, James Dalgleish, 22 Oct. 62. 
Quarter' Mastprs. — r. John Taylor, 25 Aug. 46. 

Thomas Walker, 10 March 48. 
Surgeons.--r. George Carr, 7 Aug. 46; Assist.-Sur^, 24 July 36. 

GeorgeDouglasDods, M.D. 13Aug. 47;il*m^.5ur^.22Nov.80. 
Asststant'Surgeons, — Richard Cooper Todd, 24 Sept. 50. 

r. William Simpson, M.B. 1 May 46. [Armlt, k 0«. 

J^qcings 3aff.— Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co, — Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Boroiigh. Mi^ 

list JBittt. Returned from Bmrbadoss, 26th Jan, 1847.] 

u.Jȣ*'/^?S.""Ǩ"*^]**I7** ^? the expedition to Napleaand Calabria, in 180fi and 9, ineladlac the 
battle of Meida. Serred aftenmrda hi Portugal. Spain, Pimaee. and Plandan mrJmm^i^MmZa^ 



224 12nd ( The Duke of Albamfs own HighJanders) RegU of Foot. 

'"fe'Son'ii!^*] ^^ «^« Colouw-T^ J>uAeV Cypher and Coronet. [^t*« c£SIS5i^ 

" HINDOOSTAN"— " CAPE OF GOOD HOPB." 

Colaneln 
9 John AitchJflon,* JSnt. 25 Oct. 05; Lt. and CapU 33 Not. 10; Capt. and 
Listit.'Coi: 16 Dec. 14 ; Col. 20 May 36 ; M^jor-Gen, 83 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 
11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 72iid HighUnden, 29 Dec. 51. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Freeman Murray, En*, p 24 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, p 8 April 26 ; Capt. p 21 Doc 92 ; 

MqfOTyPStO Aug. 44 ; Lieut.- Col. p 5 Not. 47. 
ilfq;ar<.— Richard Palmer Sharp,* JEne. p18 May, 38; Lieut, ne May, 40; 

Capt. P 19 March, 47 ; Mt^or, p8 March, 50. 
John William Gaisford, Ens. p 31 May 39 ; Lieut. P 24 Sept. 41 ; Capt. p 8 OcL 

47 ; Mep'or, p 19 July 50. 

Captains. 
Hugh Thomas Bowen . • 
CavendishSpencer Boyle,< 

William Parke 

James Mackenzie 

Alex. Dalton Thellusson 

Richard Rocke 

John Stephens Clark .... 

Donglas Robinson 

Charles J. W. Norman . . 
James Evelyn. 



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BNSION. 



LlBUTSKANTS. 

Arthur Wade, d, pm, .... 
Alexander Crombie, adj. 
Archibald Alison, d. a^. 
Hon. H. W. FItzManrice 
Tho. Cha. Hardinge Best 

Cecil Rice 

R. I>ennistown Buchanan 
Charles Fleming Hunter. 

James Atkinson 

Wm. Drum. OgiWy Hay 
Hen. Bentinck Coathupe 
John Campbell Stewart 
William Henry Eliot* .. 

Ensigns. 
Oswald Barton Feilden . . 
ITon. Somerset R. H.Ward 
Cftias. C. Wellesley Vesey 

George Smith , . 

John Thomas Campbell 
Fred. Montagu Alison . . 
Aylmer Spicer Cameron.. 
Edward James Upton • . 



18 May 32 
P23 0ct.35 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P 20 May 42 
P 27 Sept. 42 
p 17 Mar. 43 
P 8 Nov. 44 



P30Dec. 45 
P 8 May 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
1 Dec. 48 
P 19 Jan. 49 
P 9 Mar. 49 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 17 May 50 
P 12 July 60 
P 16 Aug. 50 
25 Juoe 44 

p 17 Sept. 50 
8 Nov. 50 
8 "Soi. 50 
P 18 Jan. 51 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 9 July 52 
P 21 Sept. 52 



LIBUT. 



P 6 June 34 
P 8 Sept 38 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 23 Aug. 44 
P 8 Oct. 44 
P 8 Nov. 44 
30 Dec. 45 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 27 Mar. 46 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 Nov. 47 

25 Jan. 49 
Pll Sept. 49 
P28Dec. 49 

26 April 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 

2 Dec. 50 
p 3 Dec. 47 
P 14 Oct. 51 
P14 0ct. 61 
P 25 June 52 

14 Apr. 46 



12 Feb. 43 

P28 Aug. 46 

OJan. 49 

26 Jan. 49 
P 28 Dec 49 
P 8 Mar. 50 

25 April 50 

2 Dec. 50 
P 7 Oct, 51 
P 7 Mar. 61 



B&By.*MAJ. 



8 ir^or Shan wrT«4 la 
Chlnt in the Mth (UHal). 

t LlMi. BIM frtor to 
lh« Anqr Mtvatf 
a hair la tlM Boyal Hvrf* m4«M 
la B. M. S. M«MI« la 
Um tafel^af 
Porta aai lh« 
Cantga (MHal). 



PayifUMter.— Rowland Webster, 29 May 49 ; Ene. 12 Jan. 44; M* >*26 J«ly 4^. 

A^utant. — Xtett/. Alexander Crombie, 24 Dec. 47. 

Quarter^Master. — John MacDonald, 30 April 52. 

Surgeon.— Wm. Campbell Seaman, M.D., 16 May 51 ; AMtiet.-Surg. 16 Feb. 41. 

Ateittant-Surgeone. — Daniel John Doherty, 25 Sept. 49. 

George Homiblow, M.D., 16 March 44. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 LlMt-Gen. AUcbtioo Mnred In 1607 at the •iegt and captura of Copcnhagvn. Smbarksd In 1606 ter 
th« Pvaintala, and In 1800 was prewnt at tha pataam of the Doun>« capture of Oporto, and fubae^WBt 
pofMlt of fkmlt'a annf to Balamonde. He was woondod In tba ana at tba battle of Taiavera, «M|e 
carryliif the Klnff'e colour, which waa alao abol throufh. lie a#npad the eampaJfne of 1610^ It, 16, sad 
14, and was pmcnt at the battle of Bueaco, and retreat to the Jlnea of Torree Tedraa ; battle of ttalo- 
naaca, capture ot Madrid, aicfe of Burfoe, and retreat from thence into Portvgal} aflbir at OeaM* bnltio 
of Ttttoria, allbir at Toloia, ilece of San Sebaattan, battles of the NUelle and the Nire, paawja of Iho 
Ado«r, taTsatvenC of fiajooae, alef e of the diadel, and repnbe of the aortie. He haa i» ce lred tho War 
Medal with tis Claapa. He vas Llcut«-Colooel of the 8eou FusUler Ouarda whoa promoted lo M^or^ 
OonoraL sad had eonmandod that reKiment npwarda of four yean. 8er?od la ladla ai Mator OeaarM m 
tho Staff of the Madras Praaideney from Juno 1645 to Kor. 1601, la eoomaad of Iho Mjssia dirtalsa 
(laeladlBf Oooig)b sad of tho ProTlaeiaef Malabar and Caaara. 



fov C. of O. Hope, do Sept. 45.1 
Depot At Bristol. J 



73rd Regiment of Foot. 



225 



" MANGALORE*— « 8ERINGAPATAM"—" WATERLOO." 



58 



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ColoneL 

9 Robert Barclay Macphenon/ C.B. K.H. En9, 3 June d6 ; X^ 22 July 05 ; 

CapU 3 Bee. 00 ; M^jor^ 17 March 08 ; Lteut.-Col, 4 June 14 ; Col. 10 Jan« 

37 ; Miyar-Oen. 9 No?. 46 ; Co/. 73rd Foot, 20 Jaly 52. 
Lieut.'Col. WiUiAm Byre, J?im. p17 Apr. 23; Lieut. p6 Not. 25; Cap/. 

P20 Mar. 27 ; Mqjor P 19 July 39 ; ii««/.-CoZ. p 12 No?. 47. 
M€Qor$. — Frederick George Ans^bstus Pinckney,' Eru. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut • 

p 8 Apr. 26 ; Capt. p 23 Dec. 36 ; Mt^or^ p 23 Sept. 45. 
George Hankey Smith,* J5^. p7 May 18 ; Lieut. p7 Feb. 22; Capt. p8 Apr. 26 ; 

Brevet-Major y 23 No?. 41 ; Mqfor, 20 July 49 ; Brevet Lt.^Col. 11 Nor. 51. 



Captaikb. 



1. 



BN8IGN. 





















Walter Bereaford Faunce^ 
Robert Parker Campbell 
PhiUp Blundell BicknelP 

Edward Wellesley 

William Lawes Peto^ .... 
Wyndham £dm. Bewes^ 

George Renny 

Godfrey James Bume • . 
Alfred Charles Knox^ .... 
Robert Hole Walters .... 

LiBUTENANTS. 

Wm. Creagh O'Brien^ .. 

Frederick Ree?e, a4j' • • 

Francis John Tyssen Amiel 

J.Whlttaker Bames,(i.|im. 

I George Da?ies 

1 John Cox Gawler 

Albert U. Godfrey , <f. a<;. 

Alex. Allan Aitcbison . . 

Hugh Mackenzie 

John J. Uoyd Williams 

Edward £?an8 

Gould Arthur Lucas .... 

Henry Albert Norris .... 
Ensions. 

John James Vincent .... 

Spencer V. Fra. Uenslowe 

James Alex. Caldwell . . 
Andrew Stackpoole .... 
Richard James Hereford 
Poole Francis Shuldham 

Philip Gibaut 

Fred. Tichfleld Greatrex 



LIEUT. 



1 



CAPTAIN. 



p 18 Jan. 31 
P 16 June 37 
Pll Oct. 39 
p 15 No?. 39 
P 10 May 44 
19 June 40 
1 No?. 42 
P 23 May 45 
P 5 Apr. 44 
P 20 Oct. 43 

































P 10 No?. 41 
P24 0ct. 45 
P23Jan. 46 

5 Nov. 47 
P26May 48 

9 Feb. 49 
P 8 Feb. 50 
P 17 May 50 
30 Apr. 47 
P 23 June 49 
P 21 Aug 49 
P 12 July 50 
P 21 July 46 

25 Feb. 48 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 19 Apr. 51 
P 16 May 51 

20 June 51 
P 23 Jan. 52 

12 Oct. 52 
5 Dec. 51 



P 31 May 44 
P 24 Oct. 45 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 26 May 48 
P 8 Feb. 50 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 
P 18 Apr. 51 
22 Oct. 51 
P 14 No?. 51 



BRBy.>KAJ. 



P 23 Dec. 3tf 
p 12 Oct. 41 
p 16 No?. 41 

8 Apr. 42 
P26 June46 
P 22 July 42 

1 May 44 
P 26 May 48 
P 23 Jan. 46 
P 19 May 46 

26 June 44 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P 6 July 49 
P 7 June 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 4 Apr. 51 
P 18 Apr. 51 

20 June 51 
P14 No?. 51 

27 Feb. 52 

28 Feb. 52 
P 30 Mar. 49 

4 CaptaTai Fannce, Bickaell, P«to, sad Knox« 
and Quarter-Matter Canon senred ia tlM Kaflr 
war of 1840-7. 

Captain Bewea Mrred the Kafir earapalgn 
of 184«-7 with the 4Ath Regt. 

7 Lieut. O'Brien, terred in the 40th in the 
action of Uahanypore (wounded) and hae re* 
eelved the bronae star. 

8 AMiaU-Burgeon Young aerred with the 90lh 
in the campaign on the Sutlef (Medal), In- 
cluding the battles of Feroseaha'h and Sobraon. 

Paymoffer.— John Thos. Cochrane, 14 Dec. 49 ; Ene.lZ Apr. 46 ; Lt. 22 Dec. 48, 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Frederick Reeve, 20 June 51. 
Quarter-Master, — John Carton,^ 28 No?. 45. 
^iir^eon.-^£dward Booth, 13 Feb. 52; AsstMt.-Surg. 11 June 41. 
A$si$t.'Svrffean*.^Wmiim Baker Young,* 8 April 42. 

Walter Hooke Bolton. 6 Dec. 50. 
Faeinga Oreen. — Agent, C. R. M'Grlgor, Esq. 

1 Mijor-Oeoeral Macpherton accompanied part of the 88th to the WeU Indies, the latter part of 1706, 
•Bd was present at the taking of 9t. Lucia, in 1700 ; also at the reduction of the Brigands in Grenada, at 
the etorm of Port Royal, and seTCral other placet In that island. Embarked with the regiment for the 
Xaat Indies, in June 1700, and during a period of six yean he waa actirely employed in the three Presi* 
deneies. In 1800 embarked with the ezpoditlon to Bouih America; was present in several skirmishes on 
the march to and in front of Buenos Ayres, and at the storming of it, when he was wounded. In Jane 
1000, he aooompanied ibe 2t)d battalion to the Peninsula, and was present at the defence of Cadis. In 
March 1810 he succeeded to the command of the 1st battalion ; commanded it at the battle of Ylttorla, 
and at those in the P)renees. Present also at the battle of the Nlrelle; succeeded to the command of the 
ragt. at tlie battle of Orthes, and again at the battle of Toulouse, besides being in several minor allUra. 
Proceeded in command of the Isc battalion to Canada in JuIt 1814; embarked from thence for the 
NedietteDda in June 1815. He hai received the gold Medal and one Clasp for Vittorla and Orthes; and 
Ibe slffrer War Medal with three Clasps for Pyrenees, Nlveile, and Nive. 

1 114 or Plttokney served in the Kaffir war of 1840-7, and was honourably mentioned in Sir George 
Beifteley'a taneral order of the 17th Dec. 1847, as the commanding officer of the 7Srd Begimenc, in the 
acifw opantlone in the field under that OeneraHs command. 

Lt.-Col. Smith served in the Kaffir war of 1846-7 and was severely wounded. In 81r George Berkeley's 
Oeneral Ordtr of 17th Dec. 1847 he was mentioned in the following handsome terms *.—>*' The Lieut 
Oeneral begs to thank M^or Smith, 70rd Regt., who has commanded the Head Quarter Camp dorlof the 
»*wfti« aT tk* MiftlvA iMMrmtians. tar tli« xeal and ahllltv wlildi he has shown." 



226 



74^ (Highland) Regiment of foot. 



[Smb. for O. of O. Hopt» 14 
liar. 51. Depot At Pomof. 



The Slephant, snperscribed " SERINGA PATAM"—"ASSAYE"—«<BUSACO"— 
" FUBNTB8 D'ONOR"— " CIUDAD RODRIGO"— " BADAJOZ"— " SALA- 
MANCA"—" VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— •" 0RTHB8"— 

"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



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Colonel, 
9 Alexander Thomson,^ CB. Ens. 23 Sept. 03 ; Zt. 29 Feb. 04 ; Oipi* 14 May 

07; Mt^or, 9 April 12; Lieut.'CoL2i Sept. 13; Col. 22 July 30; UtOor- 

Qen. 23 No?. 4i ; Lieut. •Gen. 11 Nor. 61 ; Col. 74th Regt 16 Adg. 60. 

Lieui.-Colanel. 
John BlacDuff,* JStis. 10 Feb. 14; Lieut. 26 Jone 27; Capt, p 13 April 39; 

Mqfor, 13 Not. 47 ; Lieut.-Col. P 8 June 49. 
Jfiyorf.— GeorKC Moukland,' Bn». p 11 July 34; Lt. 25 May 38; Capt. p 10 

July 48; M({joTy 7 Not. 61. 
Walter Douglas PhilUpps Patton/ ^m. P28 Sept. !J8 ; Lieut. P3 Not. 40 ; Cant. 

P 19 May 46 ; Mqjor, 27 Feb. 52. ' 



CAPTAINS. 

Fitshardge.WL Haneock* 

Robert Bracc< 

Johnatone Napict* 

WiUiam Kelty M'Leod . . 

John Jago 

OraiiTille Letiton Proby 

Charles Breton* 

Lewis Auffustus Brydon* 
HeniyWdlingtonPalmfr^ 
William Ross King .... 

LiBUTBNAKTS. 

James Faleoner,^ a^. .. 
Wm. West James Bruce^ 
Augustus DavieSy d. pm. 

A. C. Pretyman 

Philip Philpot^ 

Han. John Colborne .... 
Fred. Rennell Thackeray* 
Sir DaTid Baird/ Bart 
RobertUenry Dr ury Lowe* 
Hy. Ridge Wolrige»<<. ai(^'. 
John Charles King* .... 
Thomas William Lawson* 
Charles Wylde Sherlock 
Ensioks. 

Robert Cathcart 

Anthony Delacombc Bell 
John 8. Orton Swaffield 
William Shapter Hunt . . 
Marcus L. M'Causland. . 
George Pilkington Blake 
Norman S. M'Crummen 
Robert Frederick Martin 



ENSIGN. 



P 17 Mar. 38 

P June 38 

8 Not. 44 

6 June 45 

P 16 Jan. 46 



LIBUT. 



P22 Not. 39 
P22May 40 
P 10 July 46 
P 31 July 46 
P 19 Feb. 47 



P28Feb. 42' P 19 June 46 
P 3 Apr. 46; p 6 Not. 47 
1 May 40'P21 July 48 
" * - ^- 10 Not. 48 
6 Not. 47 



7 Aug. 46 
P 11 July 46 

4 Not. 47 

25 Apr. 48 

P 4 June 47 

P 7 July 48 

24 Nov. 48 



CAPTAIN. 



2 Aug. 49 
P 9 Aug. 49 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 24 Sept 60 
P 7 Mar. 61 
6 Aug. 48 P 14 Mar. 61 



BRBT.-MA#< 



P 14 Dec. 40 
Pl4Jnne60 
I' 17 Sept. 60 
31 Mar. 47 
P 18 April 61 
P22 Aug. 61 
P21 Not. 51 

P 23 Jan. 62 
14 May 62 
28 May 62 

P 6 July 621^ 
23 July 62 

P 5 Not. 62 
23 Not. 62 



7 Not. 61 

12 Not. 61 

27 Feb. 62 

P 27 Doc. 60 

P 6 July 62 

12 Aug. 62 

i* 6 Not. 62 



14 iViay 47 

P21 July 48 

P 8 Sept 60 

P 24 Sept 60 

P 7Mar.Al 

P 14 Mar. 61 

7 Not. 61 

27 Feb. 62 

17 Brpt62 

P30Jtt]y52 



4 Major Ptttoa, C^«L 
a. Uruee, arrion, 
and PataMr. Llcoci. PalcaaH; W. 
Brace («r«andc4), Phtliioi, Tkatke- 
riy. Sir DaThl Bmlfd, Lowt. Kii^. 
and Lawtoa, Payaatttt 
Moaner. MasiOT Datoc% 
Prucr. and Aailsc-JWf. 
Mrrfld la the lUflr <rar la IISl.!. 



P 17 Dec. 62 
Paymaster. — Fergusson Dunbar »* 16 Feb. 60 $ Qr.*Jtfiifffr, 20 Aptll| 44. 
Atiljutant. — Lieut. James Falconer,* 6 Not. 47. 
Quarter-Master. — Charles Daines/ 24 Sept 41. 

Surgeon.— Jns. Alexander Fraser/ M.D., 22 Dec. 48 ; Auist.-Swrf.9%D%e* 89* 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Frederick Robinson. M.D. 19 Not. 47. 

WUliam Warden,* M.D. 21 Fteb. 61. 
Facings White.— .4<7mf, Charles R. M*Grigor, Esq.— Jrljft Agents^ 9tf B. R« 

Borough, J3t, Armlt k Co. 

I Lic«L-0«acral ThomtAn areonpaaietf the 7(ih to the PnUaaola, laodlnf at Ltibon ia in. llta, aad wu ptawal k^ 
Iha taMla af Wmme^, rttrcat to the Line* of Torr«i Vedrai. adraoec of the amy ca MaMena^i rrtreai therefrom, acftlott a^ 
Pef d'Ar— «e (wouaded). battle t4 f uentee d*Oaor. tiete and captare of Cludad aodrifo. where he terred at AnlM. Bat* 
aad fee hia Mrvlcet was yroaaoted to the rank oT Breeet- Major t eiete and eaptttie of Badaiot, where be Mrved a« AmIiI* 
Baglaeef aad wae illirbtly woonded when Icadiof about WO aica of the partjr that eiomed aad took the Baretta* aT Sl> 
apt— to lelaAvee the Srd Dlvitlon of the anDy which had tafcea tte Ca«tle t »l«t* *b^ eaptore of the Ports of BilaMaaca. 
vhora ha aerrod a« AmM. Baflacer aad wae •tifbtly woaadcdi battle ef Salaaunca (teeerely weoaded). tlefo af B an ai 
aad retnal lbri«ft ti » . a em d ae Aialet. Battneer aad bad the blowi^ ap of the bridf e at Vnia Morel aad the lvkl|o at 
Cabreoa eahrneied to bin t baule of VltMrla a* tecood la wMBiaiid of Oie 7«th t tlf of St. Scbaatlaa whett bo laiiai ai 
Bi^aoer aad for hli eoadoel waa pronoted to the Breret raak of Ue«t.-Coloael i batOeaai the NifcUa Md the l(i««. 
of the BldiMoa. aad battle of Ortho*. beoMet eeTeral eiiralahas with bla Beft. at AISa*M» TlUa da Pai»aa^ 
oAer placet. Re baa received the gold Medal for Sc Sobaatlaa, aad iBa ellvet War Medal «Wh Blaa CkapS 
Ibr the other bottle* and elefee. 
• LloaC.Ooleaal MacDot acted aa a field Oflcer la the 40th darlaf tfie oferalteM la Ceadahar aal te SWtllBI la 



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80 


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27 





28 





18 





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227 



Enbtrk6dforBengal J 75^/^ Regiment of Foot. 

The l?oyaZ Ti^er, superscribed " INDIA'»— " SERINGA PATAM." 

Vol&nel, 
Sackville Hamiltoii Berkeley,* Mn$i^y 1 May, 1800; Lieui, 6 JCoir. 00; i7apf. 

25 Dec. 04; Jlf^or, 18 Feb. 08 ; Lieut. -Col. 20 June, 11 ; Col, 27 May^ 26) 

JkTqfor'Gm. 10 Jan. 87 ; Lt.'Gen, Not. 46; Col. 75 F. 16 Sept. 45. 
Lieut.'ColoneU.—BjobtTi Datnpier HalUfkx,' Sns. PSl July, 23; Lieiit. P98 

June, 25 ; Capi. p 8 April, 26 ; Mqj. p 80 July, 36 ; Lieut. -Col. 12 Dec. 48. 
Alexander Jardine,£n«. p22 April 26 ; Lieut. p25 Feb. 30; Capt. Pll Mar. 36; 

BretJ.'MtiJ. 9 Nov. 46 ; MaJ. 3 April, 49 ; Lieut.-Col. p 1 June, 49. 
Af/yorf.— Charica Herbert, Bns. P 19 Nov. 25 ; Lieut. PlO Oct. 26 ; Capt. P27 

Sept. 33 ; Major, P25 April, 45. 
Edward Hickey, Ens. P22 May, 35 ; Lieut. 20 May, 40; Capt. p6 May, 48; 

Mqjor, P 1 June, 49. 



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13 
20 
13 
17 
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18 
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12 
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1 





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13 





8 





6 


1 


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6 





11 





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Captains. 

Edward KnoUys 

William Campbell Mollan 
Charles E. P. Gordon* . . 
B. D. Wardlaw Ramsay 
Aug. Thomas Hotham . . 

William Brookes 

John Hamilton Cox .... 

Dudley Clarges Hill .... 

George Hamilton ...... 

Thomas Clement Dunbar^ 

LlBUTENAKTS. 

William Thomas Smith 
Edward Wm. John Knox 

William Mdynell 

Geoige William M oriel.. 

James Mason 

Vincent John Watson. . . . 

Browning Drew 

Wm. John Jas. Smith . . 
Rodney Payne O'Shea . . 
Jolin R. S. FitzGerald .. 

John Nolan 

Chus. Greenwood Walsh 

Thomas Milles, A4f 

Richard Barter 

Charles Fitzroy Bamett 
John Robertson TurnbuU 
David W^illiam Martin . . 

Alfred Harrison 

Charles Compton Abbott 
Charles Robert Rivers . . 

Henry Cowell 

Campbell Mitchell 

OswaldDeLanceyPriaulx 

Eksigns. 
William Henry Urquhart 
Edward V illiers Briscoe . . 

Thomas Carlisle 

Geo. C. Norris Faithfull 
Theodore Arundell .... 

William Crozier 

Rob. Wm. Arnold Torckler 
William Clive Justice .. 



ENSIGN. I LIEUT. 



P 18 Oct. 27 
PlO Jan. 40 

13 Dec. 33 
P 1^ Dec. 40 
Pll Mar. 36 

11 Jan. 33 
PlO Oct. 34 

Jan. 38 
PlO June 30 

1 Apr. 42 



P 2 Nov. 30 
P 2 April 41 
P 17 Feb. 37 
P 5 Aug. 42 
Pll Jan. 39 

16 Sept. 86 
Pll July 87 
PlO Sept. 41 

22 July 36 
P31 Mar. 43 



CAPTAIN. 



P81 Jan. 40 

P 18 Oct, 39 

26 July 44 

24 June 42 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P 8 Oct. 44 
P 7 Mar. 45 

20 May 42 
16 July 41 
29 Mar. 44 | 
P 29 July 43 

25 May 44 
P 25 Apr. 45 

28 Apr. 46 
P 12 Nov. 47 

14 Jan. 48 
P 16 June 48 
P 25 Aug. 48 

22 July 42 
p 1 Sept. 48 

12 Jan. 49 

3 Apr. 49 

4 Apr. 49 



P 9 Feb. 49 
P 18 Sept. 49 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P21 Nov, 51 
10 Apr. 62 
16 Apr. 62 



12 Dec. 43 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P 12 Nov. 47 

29 July 45 

30 Dec. 47 
P 16 June 48 
P 8 Jan. 47 

7 Sept. 43 
20 Apr. 44 
11 Feb. 46 

3 Apr. 49 
do. 

do. 

do. ! 

do. I 
P 4 May 49 ' 
P 1 June 49 
14 Jan. 50 
24 May 44 
P31 Oct. 51 
P 13 Apr. 62 
P18 June52; 

4 Oct. 62 



P17 Feb. 37 

P 13 Oct. 43 

P 25 Apr. 45 

P25 Joiie47 

P 12 Nov. 47 

28 Jan. 48 

31 Mar. 48 

P 4 May 49 

6 Aug. 47 

P 25 Apr. 61 



BRET.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 61 



S Lteut.-Col.tlsnifkxi^td 
in the Kaffir campalgiu of 16h 
snd 85, under hit Bfenjinlia 
D'Urban. 

8 Capl. Gordon lerred in ^« 
cainpaignt aeainit tba Kafir 
Trib«« of South AiHca in 1884- 
89. Also as aulttaot engineer 
during 1887 and 1888, on the 
eastern frontier of the Cajpe 
Ck)]on7; and employed unoer 
Colonet Lewis, commandlnf 
Royal Engineers, to etecute a 
confldfntlal aurrey (trlfono- 
metrical and statiMical) on 
that frontier. 

4 Capt. Danbar lerred Irlth 
the flank compantet 98th Reg. 
In the force under Sir CoUn 
Campbell at the forcing of the 
Kohat Pati In Feb. 1880. 



10 Dec. 52 
Pflyynfl*fer.— -David Francis Chambers, 26 Jan. 49; JSns. p 31 Jan. 40; Lieut. 
Adljutant. — Lieut. Thomaa Milles, 11 Feb. 48. [6 May, 42. 

Quarter- Master. — John Dunlop, Feb. 49 ; -EVi*. 1 May 46. 
5Mr^«m.— George Williamson, M.D., 13 July, 47 ; Assitt.-Surg. 26 Mar. 41. 
Atnttant'SurpeoM. — John Lawrence Johnston, 31 Dec. 47. 

Ilonry Annstrong, 17 June 42. * 

Archibald Henry Fraser, 21 Feb. 51. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Barron and Smith. 
1 Lt.-Oen* Berkeley served at ihe capture of Surinam, in 1804 ; of the Danish Islands of St. Tbomaaa 
St. John, and St. Croix, in 180? ; and of Martinique, in 1809, including the siege of Fort BourbOA. Si 
has rsetivetf ths '^ar Medal with two clasps lor Uartiniqne and Ouadalonpe. 



Ymn*Setr, 



Fall 
F.y. 



56 

92? 



41 

SO 
87 



P«7. 



228 pSfjafSr'] 76th Reffiment of Foot. f^SSBL** 

The.^l«;pAan#,cireiiinferibed <' HINJ>008TAK*'--><<KiyB''-^''PSNIX8UU.'' 

11 i$ir Robert Arbathnot,i KCB. Cornet^ 1 Jan. 97 ; Zitui. 1 June, 97 ; Capi. 

20 Aug. 02 ; Jlf<yor, 13 Aug. 00 ; LietU,-CoL 22 May, 11 ; Col. 19 July, 21 ; 

M€uar-Oen. 22 July, 30; Jbt.'Gm. 23 Not. 41 ; Col. 70th lU^ 31 May, 43. 

Lieut.-ColaneL 
Joseph Clarke, 2?yu. 22 March, 10 ; Xi«u^. p 10 June, 13 ; Capi. p24 Feb. jt5 ; 

Mqfor, 26 June, 33; Lieut.-Cal. 17 Sept 39; CM. 11 Not. 61. 

Ar(({;0r#. 
Richard Gardiner, Sru. 12 May 14; Lieut. 29 Sept. 25 ; Capi. P6 April 38; 

Mqjor, 11 Nov. 45. 
Robert Clifford Lloyd, £n4. P30 Dec. 26; Xmk^ p S June 30 ; Ca|i<. PS June 

36; Breo.'Mqfar, 9 Not. 46; Major, 3 Sept. 47. 



m 






26 
20 
16 
21 
20 
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22 














17 



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14 

14 

13 

9 

9 

18 

8 

8 

7 

5 

6 

7 

12 

6 
6 
5 
2 
2 
2 
2 

9 
14 

6 
17 

6 

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Captains. 
Geo. Fred. Cooper Scott 

Henry Brewster 

Collingwood Fenwick . . 
Ohas. S. S. Evans Gordon 
Henry Dalton Smart. . . . 
Morley S. Tynte Dennis 
9 Archibald CampbelF. . 
John Gore Ferns 



BNSION. 



25 Oct. 27 



LIEUT. 



P 3 May 31 



P 18 Oct. 33:^19 Aug. 36 
P 4 Sept. 35 P 7AprU37 



12 Oct. 32 
P 31 Dec. 33 
P 18 Sept. 35 

7 Mar. 11 



3 May 31 

Thomas Tydd |p 3 June 36 

Wm. Wood Senhouse. . . . p 7 April 37 

LlBUTBKANTB. 

Henry Heame Lacy, ^4^'. 
Charles O'Donoghue. . . . 

Wilford Brett 

John William Preston , . 

Benjamin Rising 

Thomas Crawford Poole 
James Gumming Clarke 
John Gumming Clarke . . 

Andrew Gammell 

Allen Noble Adams .... 
George Wedderbume* 
James Fox Blaod .... 

Matthew White 

EirsioNS. 
WalterMontfordWestropp|p 4 June 47 
G. Henry John Heigham 

John Geddes 

Henry Jeffery Robinson 
Charles Thoa. Caldecott 

John ViDcent 

Edward Wm. Fred. Acton 



P 3 June 36 

P 25 A eg. 37 

P28NOT. 37 

5 Mar. 12 

23 Feb. 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 

20 July 39 

P 1 Feb. 39 P 16 Apr. 41 

29 Aug. 39 I P 20 Dec. 42 
P 29 May 40, p 13 Jan. 43 

26 Jan. 44 

26 July 44 
P 15 Dec 40 
P28 Mar. 45 

11 Not. 45 

16 Apr. 46 
P27 June45 
P 3 Dec. 47 
P 8 Dec. 46 

2 April 41 



CAPTAIlf. BRBV.-MAJ. 



1 July 36 
9 Not. 39 
3 April 40 
P20 Dec. 42 
8 Jan. 43 
P 10 Not. 43 
P27 Oct. 37 
14 Apr. 46 
3 Sept. 47 
14 Oct. 51 

I 



9 No?. 40 
1 1 Not. 51 
11 Not. 51 



U Not. 51 



P 18 Not. 46 

P 8 Dec. 46 
10 May 44 
4 June 47 
3 Sept. 47 
4 Apr. 51 
3 Sept. 47 

P21 Dec. 49 
14 Oct. 51 

26 June 46 



P22 June 47 ij« P«ln«ila, ftom Aug. isii to ih« m!j i? 
25 Aug. 48 I '^*' Z^ *n >S1«* snd wm prmtut mi Ite Mock* 

17 Jan. 51 •^•®'^yo»»n«s»4r«puH«or Uwtwtifc 



4 Apr. 
2 May 

5 Dec. 



51 
61 
51 






-PaywMi^/er.— Robert Thos. Heam, 30 Sept 51; Bm, 19 Aur U' Li 9Q IfW. a7 
A4julant.^Lieut. Henry Heam Lacy, f May 46 ' i^.«»May 47. 

Quarfcritfaiin-.— Henry Tyler, 3 Sept. 47. ' 

5i«i;^.--Robert Thomas Scott, 7 Aug. 46 ; Aisiit.-Surg. 15 July 36. 
Ajmtanf-Sriir^eaii«.--Geoige Anderson Wilkinson, 17 Dec. 47. 

Thomas O'Kearney Gordon, 23 Jaa.'52. 

Facings Bed.^Affent, Sir John Kirkland. 

1 Sir BobMi Arinitbnot Mrvad in Iralaod darinf the VebelUon In 17M ini-iniii.* *u^ i^..i « .^^ 

yackp n^tte »h 8«pl.,^n« the Pr«ch. It th. SpC of tSfciS o "oJ^ hSST U^" 

^'"'^.^ **•"*• ^ ^^ Ain«rl«. on the .uff of Lird BewfordTSd Si«>menlT'rh. ^2 

fmtiouM to the nurender of Bueno* Ayrw, and at two •nm«*TO«iu bifo« it/L rVmJ?l k- .! « * 

0. the tuff of Lonl BenHford in ,he I.Und o(H^e^ 2i ifta7i^'|?Thf?^,„1^^^ 

th« and oUhU var In 1814, with the i-scertlon of the flwt part ofisis ^ hV wLlf^!!^ *S" '*■ ^ 

ahOTt^ ha wae also preMnl at the battle or Coruniu. pa«Je pf the aSnro lln^!If T«Jl!rSrl2L*L!!? 

t LL WaddtriNinia earrad aiih tha f4th Reft, daring th« Punjaub caBnUnTof isis iff ^mdm^.^ 
seats(th«baiClsorGooJerat(ll«dsl aodOBtdstp). ' "»^»«» «»PWfn or lio-dP, and was ppf 




RiSlbnmU 



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^'SSBUfQAPATAirw'CIUOAD RODRIGO^— « BADAJOZ^-- 

"PBNINSULA" 



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47 



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94 



14 
14 
17 
19 
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11 
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11 
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ffmrOmuge Browii,> KCB. KH. Ait. 99 Jtn. 06 ; Lieut.% Sept. dO; Capi. 90 

^J^' *i' ^^* ^ ^^y' ^^' ^^'Oa. 99 Sept. 14; Co/!e Mayfdl; 
Mttfor^Oem. 93 Kor. 41 ; Lt.'Oen. 11 Nor. 61 ; CW. 77th Foot, 11 AiilL 61. 

'AomM Graham Bgtrton, Alt. 94 Dee. 99; I^itu^. p 9 Mar. 8S : Capf.P98Jaa 
86; M(^ory9l Feb. 46; LUut.~Col. P97 Dec. 60. ' ^ 

Jr<q/or#.— Bobert Jocelyn Straton, JSnt. 10 Jan. 88 ; Lieut, p 18 Jan. 88 • Cavt. 
P26 Apr. 89; Mt^, p 18 Aug. 48. -•«.«>, ^«pr. 

George DUon, j&it. P 80 Dec. 98; Lieui. p 96 Dec. 84; Capt.vftd Nor. 89- 
Mq^or, P 27 Dec. 60. ' 



Captains. 
William Forhct ... 



9 Dec. 81 
Bd. Hen. Lowtfaer Cfofton|P 10 May 89 

Alexander Aitken 

Bartholomew O'Brien .. 
Geo. Harrj Smith WilUa 

JohnHackett 

Henry Bobert Garden .. 

Francis Kennedy 

Hanry JobUng WaUaek*. . 
George Gary 

LxBUTBVANTa. 

Thomaa Oriel Fonter . . 

George Leslie 

W.WentGrantDillKe,il4f. 

John Nicholson . 

Henry Kent . . 

WmiamBonalds 

Wm. H.C. George PeehelliP 1 Ang. 48 

William Bickman P19 8ept.48 

Howard St. George •••• P19 Jnne46 
Bentinck Daacan Gilby 17 Not. 48 

Bobert Walroealey 

W» Moleeworth Cole Act(ta 
Charles Hoskin France . . 

Bnsiohs. 
James Arthur Maode 
Bobert James Hardinge.. 
Wm. Joseph Garden .... 
Edward Henry Chawner 
Arthur Maurice Bicharda 
Biebd. Butler Willington 

Francis Alder 

Audley Lempri^re 



BNaiova. 



1 Feb. 89 
P 16 Apr. 86 
P98 Apr. 41 

17 Not. 87 
|P11 Not. 49 

96 July 44 
P 99 July 48 
P98 Dec. 41 

P96N0T. 49 
99 Not. 44 
P 14 Feb. 46 
P 19 Not. 47 
P 8 Aug. 46 
P90Dec. 46 



LIBUT. 



P18Sept.49 
Pl7 8ept.60 
P16 May 61 

P 11 July 61 
P 10 Aug. 61 
6 Dec 61 
p 18 Feb. 69 
P 19 Mar. 69 
P 16 Apr. 69 
P 14 May 69 
10 Dec. 69 



11 Aug. 86 
Pll Not. 49 

8 Not. 48 
P 18 July 88 
POOAug. 44 

98 Aug. 89 
P 7 Feb. 46 
'98 May 46 
P96Jnne44 

9 Not. 48 

P 14 Feb. 46 
P 7 July 46 
9 Mar. 49 
P 1 Sept 48 
P98Ang.60 

96 July 61 
P96July 61 
P 81 Oct 61 

16 June 48 
P90Feb. 69 
P90 Mar. 69 
P 9 Apr. 69 

10 Dec. 69 



CAPTAIir. 



' 7 Feb. 46 
P88May 46 
P 18 Ang. 48 
3 Aug. 50 
P97 Dec. 60 

96 July 61 
P 96 July 61 
l> 81 Oct. 61 
P 96 Mar. 69 

96 Not. 69 



KAJOB. 



PiwiNiiifer.— William Galway, 99 Sept. 48; J^. 4 Not. 18; I^tiir. 97 July 90 ; 

Ctgpi. 9 Apr. 41. 
AiffJumi.'-LUvi. William Wentworth Grant Dilke, 4 April, 61. 
Qiarter^Mtuier. — John Bemington Breading, 98 June, 48. 
5K]viSfi.-^oseph Samuel Prendergast, M.D.99May 46 ; Asiisi.'Sur. lOFeb. 86. 
AuisiaKt'SurffeaH. — Christopher Macartney, M.B., 9 Feb. 44. 
[BehtmBdfiwn North Amaiea, 96 June 48.] 
Acin^ Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cos k Co. 

1 flir Ocorcs Brown Mirtd M Um ii«fe aad etpture of Oopenhagcn, in 1807; in iht Ptnlnnln ftom 

to Ivij 1811 ; sad ■ffata from Jvlj 1818 to Mnv 1814, inelttdlng the battle of Timltn, pnnafo of 

I md cntnro of Oporto, with tba piorioiu and lubMqnont aetlont } botUe of Talnfarn (mvotoI/ 

III ImUi tMfht), action of tbo Liflit IMriaion at tlie brtdse of Almoida, battla of Biuaeo, tb« 



t 

the 



aetluas daring tha retreat of the French amy from Portufal* action at Sabugal, battle of Puentca 
•icaa of San MMelian, battlee of tlM NlTelle and Nt?e, and the InTettment of Bayonne. Senred 
de In tlie Amarienn war, and wee pmant at the battle of B l ed e n>burg and capture of Waehlngton. 
In the head and twy Mrerelj in tbe groin at Wadenebntg. He Iwa received tbe War 

pnign on the 8atli|) in 184ft-« (medal) with the 9th, and wta pivtent at 
nndSobiaoa. 



Ckpt. WsDnek lerved the 



SS lYMr^tStfTT. 




34 

18 

Si 

S8 



Half 



£?A?r!fiS.] lSth(HighIand)Begt.ofF.{arRo8i^hireBufs.) rH««< Q«. j> . 
'* Cuidieh'n MkiT'-JaM BUpfuad, tvpemtfbed ** A6BAT1'*— m If AIDA**— '«^AYA.» 

9 m A> NeU DoMglM»> KGB. &CH. Surf X/. M Jan. 01 ; lA. 16 July, OS ; 

Cdp«. 19 April, 04 s AfMr, aiJaiu 11 j Xf .^CiC. 8 Dee. It ; C^f. S7 Hay, Sft : 

M<^,-Gm. 1 Jan. 87 ; Xf .•Osii. Not. 46 ; Col. 78th Higblandan, tO Die. 61 . 
X^-C(02#.— Walter Hamilton, JEnt. PSdJan. 10; X#. p16 Apr. S4; Caai.*\b 

Mar. 3d ; 3rev,'Mqf. Nov. 46 ; Mqjar, PIG Dee. 47 ; Zt^CoL 9 Get. 48. 
Henry William 8tiated,> Em. p 4 Dee* 86 ; Uemi. PiO Bept. 88 1 Ctmt. P98 Apr. 

42; Arq/^»P26May48; X#-Co<.ri9AjprilfiO. "^ ' -r- 
Afi^orv.--Heiary HamUton, JG»f. p 13 Aug. 80; Xitia. p80 Not. 88; Cepl. 

P29 April 42; Mqiar, P 10 April 60. '^ 

Colin CampbeU M'lntyre, Am. Apr.96; Xieici. PI? Jiil788t Cupt. Pt8 Apr. 

37 ; Major, 19 Jane 80. ^ f r tu 



Captains. 
Wm. H. Q. M'Mardo* .. 
John Fowden Hallburton 
Peter Oreban^ ........ 

George Henry Hnnt •• . . 
Jas. Duncan MaeAndiew* 
Charles Thomas Bentley 
Thomas Holyneux Keogh 
Orcme Alex. Loekhart 
William Henry Bidge . . 
Thos. R. Drummoad Hay 

LlBUTBHAKTS. 

Alex. Mackenaie 

Douglas Hastings ...... 

Robert B. Arthur Purris 
L. Pleydell BoaTeriey«4^. 
Wm. Buck G. Aug. Parker 
Wm. McGregor Archer. . 
HowardDouglasGampbell 
Wm. ^neas Moncrfeilb . . 
George Flover Sydenham 

Robert Diiglas* 

Thomas Anderson 

Robert Bogle 

Donald Stuart 

HerbertTaylorMaophenon 
Duncan D. Orabame. • . . 
Joseph Webstar ••••.... 

Horatio Gillmore 

John Simeon Firaa. Dick 
Joseph p. H. Crowe .... 

Arthur Cassldy 

John Hunter 

A. Wickham Pym Weekes 
Thomas Gilley 

ElCSIONS. 

Henry Preston Elrington 
; Andrew Cathcart Bogle 
|Biehard Hvbes Martin 

Seymour V. Hale Monro 

Alexander M'Leod 

John Finlay 

Hugh Or<^n Daridson 



KWalftWa. I LlBOt. I CA^TAIH. 



1 July 87 

16 Feb. 33 

8 April 96 

6 Jan. 36 
16 Mar. 88 

80 May 34 

81 Jane 80 
8 Dec. 37 

13 Mar. 40 

8 Aug. 89 

7 Feb. 40 

80 Mar. 40 
11 May 80 

7 Sept. 41 

16 Oct. 39 
1 AprU48 

9 April 48 

17 Mar. 48 
89 April 48 

8 April 41 
83 May 46 

14 Apr. 46 
13 June 46 
88 Feb. 46 

6 Mar. 47 

10 Dee. 47 
31 Mar. 46 

11 Dee. 47 
27 Oct. 46 
17 Not. 48 

81 May 47 
6 Get. 48 

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80Oet. 48 
88 Dee. 49 
88 Mar. 49 
17 May fiO 
17 8epL60 
P 14 Feb. 61 
11 July 61 



6 Jan. 41 
P 88 Apr. 37 

86 Not. 80 
P 9 Not. 38 
P81M«y 41 

11 Mar. 87 

P 4 Mar. 48 

8Apiil4a 

P 6 Mar. 41 

P 6 Not. 41 



7 July 48 
84 Get. 44 

P18 8ept.46 
12 May 48 

P 6 0et. 48 
87 Get. 48 
31 Dee. 40 

Pl8Apr.60 
IV Sept. 80 

P 17 Not. 48 



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11 Not. 51 



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8 April 48 
P]6May 40 

88 Dee. 42 
Pl7Fleb. 43 

24 Oct. 44 

89 Not. 44 
P 17 Jan. 46 

9 Not. 46 
28 Dee. 42 

P 10 Dee. 47 
P 1 1 Dec. 47 
P 23 May 48iiS'^ 

IS July 48 
P86Bept.48 
P 60ct. 48<^ 

81 Dee. 49,..^ -_^ ^ 

pi9Apr.6oir.2s»i.:i: 

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9 Not. 80 

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Payfimfl«r.->£dimdBTans»90July»44} jaif^84Majeh85; XInil. 6 Jna. 2: 
A<f;uiamt.--^JUemi. Iiawianee Pl^deU BovTerie, 10 Oct 60. [Cayi^.84 Not. 4: 
QwnUr-Mattor.^nJooefh Webster, 31 May, 39; Snt. 83 Not. 88. 
5ifr]^i0ii^^Arthur Charics Webster, 80 June 48 ; AstUtatU^Surgtm, 6 Apr. 3i 
Asrii<.-; 8 ii ry s>ws . ->DaTM Raid M'Kinaon, 18 Dee. 48. 

James Ldtch, M.D. 86 Jan. 46. 

Arthur Stewart WUlocks, 3 Sept. 47. 
.. ^^,^ . AetnpsBuff.^^9en<,AodrewLawrie,Bitt. 

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IWNOB"— "8ALAMANCA''-^'PYRBNEB8''-Jf«NIVBIXB"--^irrnK* 
« TOULOUSB"— " PBIf INSULA"— " WATERLOO." 



CW0fwI.^9ltaft Jamet Hay/ CB. C<0fti«/y 10 Juib 06: JU&uU i6 April Oil 
Copt. 88 Feb. 06; M^i. 8 Jaa. 18; IMui.-CoU 18 Fab. 13: Co/. 28 Jaly 80 1 
JHqf.-Oen. 88 If or. 41 ; Lt.-Omi. 1 1 Nor. 61 ; Cat. 70th Highla&dan, 8 Feb. 40. 

XMti^.-Co2.— Edmund Jamee BUiot, JKru. i»6 April 81 1 Zt, p 10 Oct. 34 : CapU 
9 8 April 40; M(^or, 9 18 April 44; LUut.'Ccl.9U Dee. 68. 

lf((y'or#.-^ameB FergusoB, JSnt. p 87 July 88; Litui. p 1 Ana. 36 ; Coot. P 18 
Sept. 40; Mqfart p 86 Aug. 48. • » /' 

Joha Dooglaa, Bnt. p 8 Sept. 33 ; LietU. p 8 July 36; Copt* P 8 Jane 41 1 
Srev,-Mqfcr, I Not. 48 ; Mqfifr, 9 84 Dec. 68. ~_ ' 



Cavtaxkb. 

Wn[i. Monro ...» 

Richard C. H. Taylor . . 
Robert Douglaa Clephane 

William M'Call 

Andrew Hunt 

Thoanae Bromhead Bntt . 
Wm. Chauyal Hodgson. . 

Henry Murray 

Henry Wotton Campbell 
Kdth Ramsay MaitUnd 

LXBtTTBKAIfTB. 

Henry Mackay, Aug. .... 
Alez.GockbnmM'Baroett 
George Murray Miller . . 

Adam Maittamd 

W. Cnnlngh. Coninghame 
Edward William Cumfag 

WlUiamScott 

Charlea Mlllns Harrisson 

Jamea Webster 

Praneis Angnstufl Oraat^. 
Francis Joseph Harrisson 

John Scott 

Henry Holfbrd Stavenaon 

Bkbtohb. 
James IBMtNjrt Freme • . 
Randolph Ralph Adderley 

Philip Perdral 

R. P. O. Lord Lonth . . 
Frauds Charies Turner. • 
Geome Alex. Harrisson 
R.F.H.Ma e gfq yor 8kinner 



Bwaioy . 

P 10 Oct 84 
11 Deo. 86 
P 8 June 88 
PSOMar. 88 
P88Feb. 40 
P 3Apri)4e 
P 18 Sept 40 
P 1 June 41 
P14 April 43 
P 4 July 46 

18 June 41 

10 Aug. 48 
P30Jan. 40 
P June 46 
P 86 June 46 
P84July 46 
Pll No?. 46 
P 3 Not. 46 
P 3 Apr. 47 
Pll June 47 

88 June 17 
P 87 Oct 48 

88 June 49 

P 10 Oct 49 
P 16 Feb. 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 9 July 68 
P23 Vow. 62 
P 17 Dec. 68 



LIBUT. 



P89Dec. 87 
P89Mar.80 
P 18 Sept 40 
P 8 June 41 
P 16 June 48 
P 2 Aug. 48 
P 10 Feb. 48 
88Ang. 48 
P 4Jnfy 46 
P 86 Aug. 46 

11 Apr. 44 
88 Nor. 46 
P 8 Apr. 47 
Pll June 47 
P 81 Dec. 47 
P 31 Mar. 48 
P86Apr. 48 
P87 0ct. 48 
Pl8 0et 48 
P86JttIy 60 
P 1 Oct 60 
P88 0et. 68 
P84Dee. 68 



OAPTAIB. 



P 14 June 48 
P88 Aug. 44 
Pll Apr. 46 
P 14 Not. 46 
P 86 Aug, 46 
P 8 Apr. 47 
Pll June 47 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 88 Oct 68 
P84 Dec 68 



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PoyiNiw^ar.— John Comes.* 6 Not. 47 ; Quart tr^Uasier, 86 Jone 41 : Cam§i, 

3 Oct 46; Lieut. P8d March 47. 
A4^uiani.'^Lina, Henry Mackay, 19 June 41. 
Quarfer-Jfofffer.— -Robert Jameson, 11 May, 49. 
Surgean.-^ohn Grant, 10 Jnlj 46; AsHit.-Surg. 9 June 37. 
i(Mlf^.-5«r^e(m.— Thomas Goldie Scot, M.D. 14 Dec. 41. 

F(iictyi^#Green.^ — Agents, Messrs. Cox ic Co. 
IBetumed/rmn Canada, 30 Aug. 1861.] 



I Uc«.-OfMtalHayMfTad«aitaBtlwr«atoMtor«ivtoto«MttLaMan,aad«aavfaMMasibapaiMe««'«h*l>oitta 
■ad captaw of Oporto, at alio to tha aSUr with th« Frcadi rear soavA mar grtMBwMli', battia of Tatovata, at Ham at Ba- 
4toha* Coadoixa, Poa d*Affoiiea, afid Sltatal, tatUa of PnenUi d'Onor t coHttaadcd the Btft to an aAOr vISI the 
LaM»faDaaaif,MavBopMia,takliVth«l«ColaMl.atbcfdatqiiidroa.wtth7f prlMMn.-aM Duka of WoUtoStan to hia 
atoptoiBaa miJeai that Captato Haf ** faitlealatly dfatk^ajihad hlimilfi'* Oa lotog toto actkm al Salimnaa ho had Ma 
rff ht ana teokea. Cooanaodtd fba regt. dartnf the liege of Buif oe. and was eofafcd with the enaaiy on Nreral oeoMlOM* 
) agatooB the ntNat to Partofal, whea the Beft. eoBupotcd the rearfoard and niflkrtd wvwialy to oflaert 

Itha Bagt. at tbe kattlttoririttorla.tha NlveUe, aied Uw Nire, toe paMOga Of tko 

nvs. Ho eerrad atootoa aipalga af ISlft, m^ niwaiMHii tbo ISih I aaem 

I af Qntora Sne Md Walatloo, ad va« oa Mtetelj wooaded that be had rewdmed aa tba ieM aftatfle eight dari 

Bo Was naMtoalod a ConpMloB of iht Bath far hit larTlaia to iht rtaliMiila^ aad 
llkovto promoted Lkai.-CoL for eatrtoeo to the SoM i laeoitad a OOM Modal aad OiMp ito Tlttafta Md Nlfoi the SUver 
Wav MaBol wHB three Ciaopa jlw nk!ref»,faeaiw tfOaoa, aad WItolla j aad wae fMiBii a OwtpaiilHa of toe Bath agato 
fiBf aw baiito of Watottoob 

X 8 




60th Jiegt of Fooi{Stafardihire Volunteers). [^ 



8«ffV.tfilMtito 



Eak. Jl»r FoNlgai 
8tnr. Iter. 1897. J 

TIm4i*Iiw» with tiM woi^ « BOTPT''--^MOODKEB **---•• nSBOZBSHi[R'»-JM S(^^ 

Henry DaabcDey,* KH. JBm. 8 July 06 ; Xtna. 81 Oct. 05 j Capi. 7 fimt. 06 • 
Mqfar, 26 May 08 ; Lt.^Col. 11 Dec. 13; Cid. 99 July 80 : JfaJer^M. 9S 
Nov. 41 , Lieui.'GeH. 11 Not. 61 ; Col. 80th Fool, SlJan. 60. 

Lieut.-Colt.—Jf Charles LewiS|' Comet ^ Jane 13; Zl. 80 Dec. 10* dW 99 
Mar. 39 ; Brec-Mqj. 10 June 46 ; Me^. 3 Feb. 47 ; Li.'Col. P 99 Feb 60 

George Hutchlaon, LUut. 14 July 14; Cap*. p96 July 97: Brw.'Mm'or 93 
Not. 41 ; Mt^or, 97 Sept. 49 ; ZAeut.'Col p 7 June 60. -" V^r, w 

itf<i^0r«.— Robert George Hughes, JSn$. p 90 June 30 ; Lieui. p 6 JuIt 99 • Cant 
P3 Dec. 41 ; Mqfor, p 99 Feb. 60. ' o JUiy W, c«l>f. 

Richaxd Talbot Bayers,* Mnt. PlO Apr. 97; XJai/. p 96 May 38; Cm^ 16 
Mar. 43; Mqjor, 7 May 69. * # -rr 



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P99 June 38 
P99Jan. 36 
p 13 July 38 
p 2 Dee. 31 
P 11 Jan. 40 
11 Oct. 30 
P 29 Apr. 49 
P 9 July 41 

90 Dec. 40 

91 May 42 

P91 May 41 
16 July 41 
16 June 43 
16 June 43 

P 8 Oct. 44 
97 Feb. 46 
93 May 46 
11 Not. 46 
22 Dec. 45 
16 May 45 

P 16 May 45 

20 Mar. 46 

8 May 46 

90 Oct. 47 

30 July 46 

11 Dec 46 

OJan. 40 

1 Sept 48 

10 Apr. 40 

P21 Jan. 48 

Mar. 40 

29 Aug. 40 

P 14 June 60 

P91 Not. 51 
P 97 Feb. 62 

19 Mar. 59 
P13 Feb. 59 
P 21 Sept. 59 

16 Jan. 52 

93 Not. 69 

94 Not. 69 1 



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CAPTAIH. 

P 28 July 43 

28 Aug. 46 

95 Deo. 46 

i»110ct. 44 

i*99Dec. 48 

9 4 May 40 

P 4 May 40 

P 99 Feb. 60 

7 May 69 

P 19 Oct. 69 



> LC-CM.L«irte 







Captaimb. 

Lambert L. Montgomcnr* 
Samuel ToliVey ChrlstleP 

Anthony Ormsby^ 

Robert Hawkes*. 

Edward Hardinge^ .... 

George Dean Pitt 

Cha.FitsGeialdStuddert*<> 
Edward Alan Holdich" 

Charles Dnperier ** 

Benjamin HallowelljBozer 

LXBUTBNANTS. 

Astell Thomas Welsh** . . 
George Samuel Young,'V. 
Wm Fred.AdamsColman" 
Henry Geo.John Bowler'* 
Hamilton Charles Smith'^ 
AbnJohnHoweM.Browue 

George Bodle^^ilcff 

Bliss John Hume 

Matthew Kirkhmd'* .... 

Frederick Miller 

Charies F^rederick Amiel*^ 
James John Dudgeon . . . 
Donald Maclean Fraser. . 
Jas. L. Winnlett Nunn'^ 
C.H.T. Bruce de RuTlgnes 

William Peterson 

George SuUiTsn 

R.Hamilton Montgomerle 
Thos. PrendergastQuilP' 
Robert D. DaWd Lecky 

John WUkinsoniv 

William Whltehead>^ • . . 

Fred. Earnest Appleyard'f 

SnaxoHS. 

Richard Swift 

James Tweedie 

Garnet Joseph Wolseley 

Erasmus Borrowes 

F. Brown Numa Craufurd 
Henry Hurford ........ 

Horatio Pettus Batehelor 
William Picton MorUmer 
Paymaster. — 

A«ffutttni.-'lAeut. George Bodle.>* 91 May 47. 
Quarter-Maeter.'-^wnse Crawford,>< 91 May, 47 ; JBiu. 18 Sept 46. 
5icrpMn.-nJohn Robert Taylor,** 14 June, 49 ; AsnU.Sttrg. 31 May. 38. 
AeeUt.'Surffi.^M\aih William Murphy, 99 July, 49. I 
Benjamin Lane, 23 July 62. 
Grahame AuchJnleck, M.D., 99 Dec. 48. 



P 17 Jan. 40 
P 13 July 38 
P 9 July 41 

8 July 37 
P31 Dec 41 

10 Jan. 44 
P 94 Not. 43 

96July 44 

96,July 44 

98 Aug. 45 

26 July 44 
do. 

10 Mar. 45 
13 July 45 
94 Dec. 45 

11 Dee. 46 
91 Feb. 46 

P 17 Mar. 48 

20 Oct. 48 
P 4April46 
P 25 Sept. 46 
P29 Dec 48 

10 June 40 
P 99 Feb. 60 
P 9 Not. 40 

13 Oct. 51 
P3l Oct. 51 

4ApriU| 

P 13 Apr. TO 

7 May 52 

13 July 52 

17 Aug. 59 
P 19 Oct. 69 '•«(■«"). B« 

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« MAIDA"— « COBUNN A"— " PENINSULA." 



833 



ColtmeU 
Thomas Evans,* Cfi. Bn». 3 Dec. 94 ; Lieui, 1 Oct. 95 ; Capt. 19 Nov. 03 ; 

Mqjor^ 6 Feb. 12 ; Zt.-Col. 13 Oct. 12 ; Col. 22 July, 30 ; Mqjor-Gen. 28 

Jane 38 ; Lt.-Gen, 11 Nov. 61 ; Col, 81st Regt. 12 July 47. 

IAeut.'Colonel. 
Henry Farrant, Ens, 9 July 30; Lieut, 13 Feb. 36; Capt. 10 May 44; Miyor, 

P3 Not. 48; Lieut.^Col, p7 March 51. 
Mqfort,^HeaTj Kenny, Bns. p27 Dec. 33; Lieut, p 7 Aug. 35 ; Capt, 29 

May 44 ; Mqfor, p 17 Nov. 48. 
Hon, Robert Alex. George Dalzell, Ens. P21 March 34; Lieut. Pll Sept. 36; 

Capt, P 30 July 44 ; Mqfor, p 7 March 51. 



Captains. 
John Hamilton Stewart 
Henry Edward Sorell . . 
Anchltel F. F. Boughey . . 
John Arthur Gildea . . • . 
Fred. Edward Sorell • • • . 

John B. Flanagan 

JohnOldright 

Charles ElUson Goodwin 
Robert Bruce Chichester 
Hed worth John Liddell> 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

John Bourchier, r 

James Woods 

Charles James Skerry . . 
Wm. Benjamin Browne 



24 Aug. 30 

31 Dec. 39 

10 Sept. 41 

P 16 Aug. 42 

Fred. Sidney De Vere Lanei 10 May 44 



Alfred Wright, Adj, 
William Fergusson Currie 
William Egerton Todd 
Malachi Hanley ...... 

George Betts 

Charles Hunter 

Hen. PhiUippe V. VilUers 
Hugh Arthur Chichester 

Ensioks. 
Rich. Granville Charlton 

Stanley John Lowe 

Geo. Wm. Moyse Harmer 
Sir Peter fi. Halkett, 3t. 
John Trent ............ 

Charles James Hughes . . 
James Alexander Deans 
Thomas Pattison Wood*. 



BKBIOMS. 



23 July 27 
PlOMay 34 
P 30 July 36 
P23 Aug. 39 
Pll Aug. 37 

8 Feb. 31 
21 Sept. 38 

24 Mar. 43 
P 20 Oct. 43 
P 18 Apr. 46 



LIBUT. 



10 Nov. 43 
P22 Dec. 46 
21 May 47 
28 May 47 
P 10 Dec 47 
P 14 April 48 
P 17 Nov. 48 
P 17 Jan. 61 

18 Jan. 51 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P 19 Apr. 51 
Pll July 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 

15 May 52 
P 15 Oct. 52 



2 Aug. 34 
P 6 Nov. 36 
P12 June40 
P 30 Apr. 41 

1 Jan. 41 
28 Aug. 35 

28 Mar. 41 
13 Nov. 46 

5 Apr. 47 
P 3 Nov. 48 

2 July 41 
P 6 May 42 

29 May 44 
P 18 April 45 
P 10 Dec. 47 

21 Apr. 46 
15 Nov. 50 
P 7 Mar. 51 
P 11 Apr. 51 
P20 Jane51 
P 1 Aug. 51 
P 7 Oct. 61 
P 13 Apr. 52 



CAPT AIM. 



2 July 41 

13 Nov. 46 

5 Apr. 47 

P 14 April 48 

17 Sept. 50 

11 Nov. 46 

2 May 61 

P 20 June 61 

P 7 Oct. 61 

P 13 Apr. 52 



BRBY.-MAJ, 



S Capt. LIddell lerred in the Boj9l Navy as Tolvn- 
Icrr flnt clan and nldtblpcDan dnrfaf the whote of 
the China expaditloa of 1840 41 (MedalX and «aa 
pteaent at the atominc of the forta of Chvcapee and 
Tyeoektoo. and dettruetion of the encny*! Seat oa 
that oeeaslen t attack and capture of the totia of tbo 
Bceca Tlfria and rabeeqwcnt opcratlena up the Canton 
River, and captiue of that city. 

_ P23 No\. 62 

PaymiM/eT^Wm.Fred. Nixon, 8 Jan. 41 ; Ens, 3 Aug. 30; Lieut. P 22 Jan. 36. 

Adffutant,— Lieut, Alfred Wright, 20 June, 51. 

Qtiiir^«r-Jlf<u/er.— Charles Correll, 28 June, 44. 

5ttr^.— Adam Thos. Jackson, M.D. 24 Feb.42 3 .4 .5. 20 July 30; lf.ii.29Nov.27. 

Assist,"Surgeon,—ChKr\eB Fredericlt StephcMon, M.D. 20 Oct. 48. 

Facings Buff,^Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co,'-Irish Agent, J. Atltinson, Esq. 
[Retumedfrom Canada, 24 Sept, 47.] 

I Lieut.- Gen. BTaWi icrTleea i-Bnt#red the amy In 1798 a* a Toluntcer, and enltited 160 men for the ienrlee. Opera. 
tfoM In the Weal Indlca and Ireland, in 17t4 and 95 ; capture of Dcraerara and Berbice, In 179«. Captured ntnnUiiff from 
Sooth ABcrlea. and kept a cloie priioner In Prance, in 1797. OpcraUona at Minorca and Guermey. In 1798 and 99 j ditto on 
the Ceaat of Spain. M^ta, and Mamorice, in 1800. Bf TPti*n campalfn of 1801 (medal), includinf the aettone uT the Sth. 
lach. and flat of MarchVbattle of Hahmanle on the Nile, and reduction of thai fortreii. elcffrs and •urrcndcr of Cairo and 
SwSrta (M LifulL aini^^ of the Bth). OperaUon. at Gibraltar, in 1809 and S , ditto in the Wett lodiei (aa 
Captain In the 8th and Aide de-eamp to Sir Getdon Diuinmond). to 1804. 8. and 6. OpcraUoii. in Nora Scotia, to 18W 
and 8 t ditto In the Canadaa (at Aide-de-camp and Miliiary Secretary to Sir O. Drummood), In 1609. 10, and U. Cam- 
nnlaia ef 1818. 18. and 14. in Cpper Canada (as Brlfade-M^or. dUeharginf dutica of Deputy- Adjutant- General, and in com. 
^Z£,£)Xt\^^ irrv^ion of "the fori a|aln.t Dettolt and MldiUhnacktaac. the defenre of Fort 
G<oiie.anddeatfiietion ol the enemya attaekinc batterici. and directing the reintorcemenU on Quc»«mh which enahled 
Mj^Oeoerul SbeaSh to defeat and capture the American army, after General Brochi IkUin '•*!>»«>(•«;»; "J« 
cn^T with toadcouate neana. Auault on 8acfceU*a Harbour, expolalon of the enemy*! army ftom Forty Mile C*eek, 
and capture of his army materiel, with many pri^ner. » battle ^i^Wppewa, cotertaf the «m^^ 
OeOTM. and letrucrade on Twenty Mile Creek, unUl (eaumini the offenaiTO. Nlfht atuck on the enemy*a inTcetteff Iteceo 
SfSowI.^?^rcrthV American eommaLder. General Swift, was .lain. Battle of Lund,'. Lane, two repwUe. of tb. 
MM*« raSra. with leTcre Iom. on the Mh and llth Auf. )8U. before Fort Erie, by the picket. ««»« b„ command « 
22S of^orTBrieriS X Mri^a of aOUr. on the Niafai? ftontler. For th«.e .er»ice., and eondiirtinf the 9nd battaUo. 
9f the Ktaraicalmaitiran New Bmnawkk to Canada, through the Vlldemem. General Etanahaahad honmmble mcnUoa 
made of hS name In the London Oaaettea. and in General Order, on ten aereral oceaahma; and m unrenitted have been thi a 
eaU«»aa«rYtaeilnan quarter*, that out of forty Sre year, of practical work, two only were in Kngtaad. ^^^^Jj^J^^ 
ylaeeaal SacktiraSvhwvi twmAt^nuiktfma hia gfMp and ■bleercd at Lnadyl Lwe i coptuMd and bMlMtharMihot 



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On the Colmin and Appointments, the Prince nf WaWiPbrnu.'-** BOLBIA'* 

— ^« VIMIERA'*— '• VITPORLL"— ** PYRBNBES"— << NIYSLU"*-^ 

" 0BTHE8'*— '• PENINSULA"—" NIAGARA." 

CoUm$l. 
9 Fnneb mies Milmen,> Eni.9 Deo. 00) LlmU. tf Ckpt. 98 April, 04: Cbrp#. 
&• JAmii.'Col, 96 Dec. 18; C9I.99 July, 80; Mqf9r^Omi.iaiJlQr. 41 ; LUui^ 
Gen, 11 Not. 61 -, OeU 89nil Foot, 96 Nov. 60. 

lA«yt Cohna. 
Charles Francis Mazwen,Sto. »98 July 96; LUiU. 9 17 Aug. 98 ; Capi, PlO Not. 
89 ; Srev.'Maj. Not. 46; Mi^fcr, 10 July, 47 ; Xt.-CW. »97 Oct. 48. 

James Alex. Bobertson, Sn». p6 Mar. 98; JAeut* p17 Sept. 96 1 CapL H Jvait 

89 ; Brev.'M4^. Not. 46 ; Mqfcr, p 97 Oct. 48. 
Edward Blagden Hale, JSns. F 9 Aug. 88; LietU. p 89 Jan. 86; C^. p 6 

Feb. 41 ; Jfq;or,P91 Not. 61. 



CAPTAiirs. 

DaTldWatson 

John MoDtresor^ 

B.R.W.WingfleldYates,«. 
0. T. Vesey Bunhoiy Isaac 
Henry Chris. Marriott • . 
George Edmnnd HalUday 
OctaTios F^ed. Timlns •• 
Samnel Peters JarTis. . • . 
Charles Pringle Beagne . . 
John Lawrie 

I LlBUTBHAVTB. 

Henry Bnice» A4I 

Stanley Slater, r 

Wm. Roberts Farmer* . . 

Heibert Morris 

William Alex. Bailie .... 
Daniel Stratton Collings 

Thomas Smith 

John Gordon 

Charles BeoTor DaToaey 

William Barron 

Russell Haywood 

Augustus Edmd. Warren 

John Daibiac Luard .... 

Eksiovs. 

BohtftMaul 

Thomas Bdwaid Green . . 
Richard Thomas Glyn 
Charles Newton Biggt 

Henry Apreeoe 

James White 

JohnFrederick PllklngtoD 



BNSIGM. 



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P 19 July 88 
14 Dee. 88 
P94 Mar. 87 
80 Oct. 88 
P 6 Sept. 48 
P98 Aug. 80 
P98Aug.40 
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8 June 41 

16 Apr. 49 

P96Feb. 46 

PlO June 46 

98 Aug. 46 
P 80 Mar. 47 

38 May 47 
8 Sept. 47 
P81 Dee. 44 
P96N0T. 47 
P 19 Jan. 49 
P 9 Feb. 49 

99 Dee. 48 

18 Sept 49 
P17 May 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P 91 Not. 61 1 
P 16 Oct 62 
P 17 Dec. 69 



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P 7 Not. 47 

8 Apr. 47 
4 Apr. 47 

11 April 46 
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10 Aug. 49 
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^VTtSTu^^^ KtoGerald Bernard, 8 Dee. 48 ; Alt. » 6 Aug. 41 ; IdmH. 

A€^amU,^LufU. Henry Bruce, 8 June, 41. 
1ft Qiiarf<r-Jf<u^er.— Michael Clinton, 97 July 49. 

A ^"liagyrJ"' ^^ ^^J^^J ^•^- ® J^- *^ 5 ^ssls^-Airy, U Jan. 80. 
^sriftoM^-AirpiOfi.— Arthur Edmund Jacob, 1 1 June 69. 

Facing YeXLaw^-^AffeniSf Messrs. Cos U Co. 
[Behtmedfrom North AmeHea, 8 June, 48.] 

•t the teUlM oC BeliiA end Vlmiem} on Um mmm OfMml** Staff in Ikn MCfS oT Mr 
tbo Ooldittiwta Onwdi, nl Listen, nwl wnt with Umb nt (SmSmhco? 

oalte9ildoftettloby a priysio lokllor of tte OnMda. Ho wm ma4o priMMr in the 
I. ta4 detalnod la Pnuieo untU 1814. M^foMNnorn] VUnMB wit IsMnS^la 
,- 1 0« M4t. Ho hOf raenlTod Che Wsr Medal irilhfonr atamT^ ^^ 
Montraor Mrred IQ the 98th with tbe — ' -*-?■••• 



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**CAPB OP GOOP HOPB"— "TALAVKRA"— "^U^AQO**— "FU?1 
— '^CiUOAD RODRIQO"— "BADAJOZ"— "8ALAMANCA "^'* 

'* KIVELLB"—** ORTHBS"— *' TOULOUSE"--" FBIflNgULA." 

CokmfL 
9 ^r Frederick Storin,* KCB. KCMG. Siu. ft2 M«rc1^ 1800 ; Lieut. 7 Jan, 01 ; 

Capt. M Jane 02 ; Jlfq^or. 87 April 18 ; Lt.-CoL 86 Aug. 13] CiO, 28 July 

80 ; Mmor-Oen, 83 Not. 41 ; CoU 88rd Regiment, 1 Sept 48. 
Xitic/.-C0l9fieb.— Botet TiTdeU,* .B^ 19 Oct. 04; X^ 30 Oct 06 j Owt. 

17 Nor. 18; M<tfar;fdl>ee, 89; Br0P.-Zf.-Co/.83 Not. 41 ; Zt,-Coi. 8 Aiifr4SL 
9 Wm. Uennr Uw/ JSiu. 89 April, 18 ; Lieu*, p 88 Not. 16 ; Capt. P 14 July, 

86 ; Brevei'MtHin', 88 June, 88 ; Mqjor, 2 Apr. 41 ; Lt.-Coi. 28 Dec. 48. 
Mqjors.-^^ Joseph Swhibaroe,^ J^. 16 Aug. 00 ; LieutA June, 18 ; Capt. 6 Oct. 

86; Brm.'Mqf. 88 June, 38; Mqf. 8 Aag. 42 : Bren.-Lt.-CoU 11 Kot. 61. 
Henry Francia Ainalle, Sn^. 80 Jan. 84; Xieu^P? Not. 86; Capt. p6 Apr. 81; 

Brev.'-Mt^or^ 9 Not. 46; Migjor, 3 June 61. 



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Captains. 

Henry Uoyd 

John Kelsall 

Edward Steele 

Charlet Wilson Austen . . 

John Heatly,* # 

Jamea Florence Mumnr 
Edward WOUamBray^.. 

William Nott 

George fVederick Moore** 
Edward Bowen Cooke • . 

LlBUTBlTAVTS. 

Thomas Adams 

Rob. H. Payne Crawftird 
John Sharman Holony . . 
Henry De Renzy Pigott 
William Mills Molony . . 

Samuel Read ,. 

K.M.H.MaInwaring,M4;. 
Thomas Parker Wright. . 
James Verllng Ellis .... 
John Norris M'KelTcy .. 

John Meade 

Mowbray Baumgartner*. 
Wm. XaTanagh Bookey 
Wm. John Nunn, r. . • t • 
Stephen Wm. Metge . . . • 
Herbert Stanley Cooper 
Frederick Dickinson .... 
CiiarlesPejegrineTeesdale 
Sylfester W. F. M. WUson 

John Sprot 

Richard Thomas Sweeny 
Francis Hen. Digby Manh 
UMhflf WiUiam Aleock . . 

Ensions. 
Marm. N. Richardson .. 

Thomas Rowland 

William FitsRoy 

Edward Meurant 

John William Hnskisson 
James Nicholas Colthurst 
George DunleTie •••••• 

AUiredHolt 



Birsioir. 



P 6 Apr. 31 

P 14 July 86 

P 18 April 34 

P 14 Dec. 38 

20 Sept 31 

P 98 Not. 37 

81 June 39 

19 Not. 41 

86 Oct. 39 

P 16 Aug. 48 

P80Aug.44 
P 87 Jan. 43 
P 83 May 46 
P22Jnly 46 
P 8 Aug. 46 

31 Oct. 42 

88 Jan. 42 
2 Feb. 44 

29 Mar. 44 
P26Feb. 46 

10 May 46 
P 4 April 46 
P 3April46 
P 22 May 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 19 Mar. 47 

18 Aug. 48 
P 7 Jan. 47 
P 12 Not. 47 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 1 Dec. 48 

31 Mar. 46 
P17 Mar. 48 

p 27 Oct. 48 

22 Dec 48 

P 29 May 49 

P 10 Not. 48 

8 Not. 60 

14 Oct. 61 

16 Apr. 62 



HBUT. I CAFTAIB. 



P 8 April 84 
P 30 April 27 
P16Mar.39 
P 16 Dec. 40 
88 Mar. 34 
p 7 Jan. 42 

21 Jan. 41 
81 May 46 

9 Not. 41 

8 May 46 

P 19 Mar. 47 

P 11 July 46 

29 June 48 

P 19 Sept. 48 

P 1 Dec. 48 

28 Feb. 44 

26 Mar. 46 

7 Aug. 46 

P 8 Sept. 46 

Pll Dec. 46 

9 Jan. 47 
P26 Not. 47 

22 Dec. 48 
do 

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P 2 Feb. 49 
P18 Dec. 47 
Pll May 49 
P29 May 49 
3 June 61 



BBBT.-MAJ. 

11 Not. 61 



P|OAprU40 

4 Oct. 41 

P 19 Mar. 47 

P 1 Dee. 48 

P 17 Not. 43 

14 Not. 47 

P 14 June 50 

8 June 61 

P 81 M4y 47 

P17 Mi^ 60 



I Llfvl.-C«lo««l ■fVy4«U wnrtd 
«t ttw ««9laf« ofdM Can t' <taod 
Hope, ia |MS» and vm ptmfmt ai 
lh« tetiU of Blu«b«rf. Be vtrvcd 
ftl«a ha lb« lUndtaD Uuvfnellae of 
iai7 MMl 18. la Cnloa. 

S Lt.-Col. lAw MVTfld la til* Pta- 
IbmU feoai SkpL ISIS t* tte tM of 
the «»i^ Inoludiac the bttflcs of 
Nivellc Md Nlv«, Itar wktab U %m» 
rccclr«d the Ww lf«d4l«ltti|wo 



4 L>t..C<»k Swtnfeania mnti la 
the P «o Ui>al» fron 1800 to lb* «ad 
el tht WM, hicliMliai Um IwttkA oT 
Opatto. TaUvcra (nooodcd la th« 
liffbt ana aad foo^ aad Bajacoi 
actiooa ai Pombal, Laria, Ooadatpa. 
Planr*da-lla* Oti«ida,aad 8a|iifpt| 
taMla of f uaatea dHhior. Sni staca 
of Bad^ps, actioa at Bl Bodoa* 
•Uffc* of Cludad lodrlgo aad B«d4> 
J«s, batd«f ar 8alaiiian<ia. Tillgrta. 
F| iaaaai,aiid NIvallai atllaaatSaU 
vatarrt, batll* of OBlhc« («aaai«d 
in tba aaek), aetton at Tie Bignrra, 
aadtatUcofToalooea. Hal|»ar«> 
aalvail the War Medal wlib tea 
efaupa. 



11 Sept. 61 
P 12 Oct 62 , 

• Capt. Hcatlf aerred vHk the 49tli, aa4 aa Dentir 




Kiaag Foot aad Naakia. 

7 Lieut. Maiawaring Mnred la Iha Qu*«ii*a la the 
eaaipalffa te the wathera Mahratu couatry la 1844 
(Inelodl^ the atannlof of the Itaitreii of Paaella}, and 
that la the Coacan la 1848. 

9 BurfeoB CUrk ferrod la the Slat the Pnalavh oaoa- 
paiffB of 1848-f,a waaprcflent atibe paaMffeorihe Cha- 
aab, aad la the battles of BadoolapoTe, Ghilllaairallab. 
aad OfX^crat (Medal and elaapa). 



P 18 Oct. 68 
Poyimueer.— John Dennis Swinburne, 8 Mar. 49 ; JBns. 26 Mar. 43 ; jU. 3 Oct. 46. 
Atgtaani.^LUut. Bdw. M. H. Mainwaring, 11 Sept. 61. 
Quarter^Maeter.—VhiTick HayeSi 6 Not. 62. 

5urfl«m.— Fred. Hobeon Clark," 8 Not. 60 ; Auiet.^Surg. 16 Sept. 37. 
Ais(f«.*i9Mrg«(mf.— William Nettleton Boyce, 12 Feb. 47. 

James Hamilton Bews, 22 Dec. 48. 
Edward Touch, MD., 16 Not. 49. 
Fadngs Yei[ow.r^Agmts, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

I Sir naderlck Btwrte arrred a the Perrol, la 1800 1 la Oemaay. la ISOft t at Uie aicfe aad eaptan of Copaahatea. hi 
lS07t wlih<be espedltUm to Swadea, la 1808 1 la Bpala aad Pafftagal, la I80ft». laelodlof the letteat to aad battle of 
With the expcditioB to Walcberen and at the capCare of Pluihlnff, la 1800 i aubaeuHently In the Pealaaola, aad 

la iiaiiil at the 8nt defmec of Tarifbt Aide-de-camp to Six Thoawa rkton at the alef e aad cAplure o I Cludad 

Aaeietaat A^iulaat-Oeacral to the Srd dlriatoa at the battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and 

the BaUaa. Mtoeat ihenlhaB aad subaequrat advance, passaf e of the Bbro, battles of Vlttoria. Pyrenect, MlveHe. aad 

1 tt Tit Bifene, aad baltto or ToaUnac. Serrcd also at New Orleans, where he was wounded Sir Trcdericfc 

I aad two elaapelbr SalaaMaetyTlttorta, WrfiO*, Mitt, lad Orthca i aad tht snyfr Wv Medal with 

' Btdajee. 





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The triilimJBai»,"NIVB''--"PBKINBUJLA''*'*Hli»;^ ^._^ 

93iC0^ «7 Oct. 98 5 Jfitf^, 24 Feb. 1809 , l^'C^ ^^i?MSin 
JttiSe, 18 ; Mt^or-Qen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Lt.^Gem. 10 Ini. 87 ; Om^ H K©t. 61 

Coi. 84th Heg. 80 Dec. 40. -.-•», ^ ^* *— « m 

Xifii^.-C«2«.— Cbtftes nuiklyn, £Im. H7 July, 28 ; lAntd. ^8 Apifl, 28 j 

PlOJuly,28: Jfii/#r,P28 Dec 88; X«n«<..Cal. 16 Sept. 4*. 
DiiTid Biien/CDiSfi, PIO Jtn. 28; Xi«rf. M Oct. 28; Ciiji*. r5 A|«fl. 38 

Jffltor, 7 July, 46; LUHi.'Col. HO Dec. 47. _ ^ ^ ,^ ^ ._ . ,^ _. 

S ; Cfl»*. » 26 Feb. 86 ; 3f nfor, 18 Sept. 46. _ ^ ^.^ • •• 
Qeorie G^,« 2ftM. 7 April, 26; LimU. 29 June 27 ; C^V*- »W Ber. 87 | 
JW^,>19Nor.44. 



J 



CAFTAIlfS. 

James Alexander Weat 

"HiORiaa Bridge 

Thomas Fred. Bkhardaon 

- Thomas Dafiaon 

lltl Wm. Jnstfai MacCarthy. . 

WiDiam BadcUffe 

Charles F. Seymour .... 
Jamea Alex. Hadigan .. 

Thomas Lightfoot 

Thomas Edmonds HoUncs 

LlBUTBHAKTS. 

Spier Hughes 

Charles Alex. Balf hide* 

Walter C.B. Snow 

Comdlna Cha.Bolleston|«. 
Robert Crosse Stewart .. 
Thomas Horan J Adg, . • • • 
Fked. Augnstus Da? Idson 

Darid O'Brien 

BugeneCurrie 

Wm. M'Geachy Keats .. 
Bowes Hefai •••••••••• 

Ben|amin Sandwlth .... 

BIchardStansteadBarwell 
Thomas B. P. Kennan . . 
Edward C. Oells Kenny. . 
Fred. John O. Saunders 
Frederick Hardy 



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26 Dec 17 
P28May 84 

16 June 16 
P27 8ept.31 

9 Jan. 88 

23 June 37 

1 June 88 
P28Dec.d8 

P81 Dec. 89 
20 June 89 
11 April 42 
20 Hay 42 

26 Oct. 42 

27 Hay 42 

24 July 42 
22 V€ff. 44 

P 8 Aug. 46 

P 14 Oct. 42 

28Har.46 

19 Dec 46 

2 Oct. 46 



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2 June 48 
P29 Dec. 46 

irreaencfc *»»™/ '23 Not. 49 

H. A. Whitmofe Ayton*. . 14 Aug. 46 
Geo. Fred. Tod WhlUock • ^ ' *-- -'» 

John HacHahon 

Pierce Chute • • . • 

Henr}' Browne 

Arthur William Coape . . 

BMSioKa. 
Tho. Goodricke Peacocke 

Robert Barry •. 

John Penton < 

Henry Currie 

Robert Torrens Pimtt 



P 28 Feb. 28 
80 Aug. 81 
26April28 

P 2 Nov. 88 
80 Sept. 80 

P24 Apr. 86 
29 Aug. 40 

PUDecaS 

p 80 Oct. 40 
8April42 

8 Apr. 42 
26 June 41 
22 Not. 44 

7Jn^ 46 

16 Sept. 46 

P28 8ept.46 

3 Hay 44 

20 Kay 48 
P27 0et. 46 

21 Apra46 
P 24 Dec 47 

16 Aug. 49 

P 19 Oct. 49 

P27 Oct. 46{ 12 Apr. 60 

P28Dec 49 

13 July 60 
P 6 June 61 

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18 Not. 42 

14 Oct. 42 

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niU«t ap ibe OMibIs, la 181% sad w^< t M«4 
at the •sonn and dcttraeUoa of 11m ^ ' 

Tomm of BaailMieoo Mi Majj ■ItWi 
partial daMraclloa of «Im FargiH 
KacaUaf 7ih Maj i and ia *o aeilaa viik 
dafeat of ilM ftmmf on Iba fdalaaof 



Bmett Hen. Brackenbury . •- « « ^i ww v & jiA !••• 
Edwaid Woolhouse . . . . ! i* 16 Oct. 62 j ""' 
£dw. Ciawfurd Antrobns \ p 28 Nor. 62 1 

PoyiiMUfer.— Geo. Heniy£ddy,28Apr.87; jBIm. P29Aug.2e; J^20Fcb.86. 
A4fuiani,'-LietU. Thomaa Horan,^ 18 July 60. 

<2iiarfer-Jfateer.--JohnFaJrcloth,28Hay,48; Sat. lOScpL 46) L. V9 fas. 47. 
^arosen^— Francis ViUiam Innes, H-D., 2 Feb. 49; AmIii.'Smrp. 10 Bdb. 89. 
Ajfi«<an/*Airy«9N«, Thomas Stack, H.D., 22 Not. 44. 

Joseph Thomas La Pieala, 22 Dec 46. 
Hugh HelTUle Balfour, M.D. 21 Feb. 61. 
Faemgi Yelkm.— itpeiif«, Messrs. Cox ft Co. 
t 8!r Loflna Olwaf avuwd tai IialaBd daitef Iha nbollloii to ITM^aad wat preaeni la tba aelloa at TlBfflar 
Hill. Procaodtd la Iha FndMala In ISOa ai a M^r to tlie Uth BoiMr^ and on IholStb of Dac^ Ba lir . 
bo aoipniad and caponod iba wbola of ibo Frttoeb Oatalrj oot-Ijtot pkuat. On ibt lOik foOovlag, soar to 
Tallaiolld* wbUat m ^ tm w mrt , ba taooantafcd 001. Aatifnac, commandaal of the ltd CbaiMua A C b t y a l. at 
ib« baod of a amaf iDreat obaifod aad rovicd htmi look tbt CalMiol priaoncr, and loen of bit 
ibM bo bad Oraiaoaa to naid cb«ai,aBd bioagbi iban all toio Bead-^uanan. borsii,! 

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fcr Martar aa boer. al 



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■Id cbaai,aBd bioagbi Uwn all mio Bead-^uanan. bQrsii,Bwa.anMLraa 
I eamaaadtac kbo ovi-lylBa piqaac, ba vaa oppOMd lo JlaaK q>aaiJ>t 
baad of ris Mnadioaa of ibo tepntol Oaaidt ebaiiad Mid lanba Hi ad 
oAear waa klllad. and wboM awopd ba leak. In iba aMr af CSawa Mi 




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" FUENTSS D'OHOB"— ««NIVB"— "PBKIN8ULA"— "BLADBK8BUR0/- 

9 Sir John Wri^t OhIm/ Bart. KCB. J!<w. 4 Hot. 04 ; Xtni/. Mnd Copt. Sfi 
Get. 98 i Caft. and U.'C6l. 86 Jmly 06 ; CW. 4 Jon* 18 ; M^.'Qmu 18 Av^ 
18; X#^G«ii. lO^Jan. 37 1 Gem. 11 Kor. 61 ; Col. 86th Lt. Inf. I June 47T 



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m Hanlay Power, 22^. P84Janel9s Xi«itf. »17 April 83, Copt, PdOJmio86; 
BrweUMt^m'^ 88 June 38 ; Jr<|^or, p 6 Ang. 48 ; LUut.-C^. p 19 May 48. 

t Alexander G. Qimnt, Come/, P 4 Oct. 38 j£icii/.P 18 Dec. 36: Cap#.P6Anff.48s 
JTil^, P 10 Not. 48. ' ^ -• * 

John Wflliam Grey, JBm, p 16 May 34 ; Xieut. p 1 June 38 ; Capi. p 81 Mar. 
48; Mqfor, P 17 Dee. 68. *^ 


















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Thomaa Hobbfaia Ward.. 

HnghMaeey 

JohnCbeitir* 

John Angnetoa Keyt. . . . 
Wlllfaun WiUiamfon .... 

Robert Mannadl 

Man, Wm.8t«art Knox 

George Thompson 

Charles Hamilton Aide. . 
George Warde. ••••••. • 

LlBVTBHAHTS. 

James Gubblns 

Alexander V. Bond 

Frederick SKwell 

Sir U. H. Bdwmrdes, Bt. 
SmuBdamnA John Boyle 
John Armitage ••...•.• 
James Brewn Yoang .... 
Henry G. Booper, A^i* . . 
Xerrf John Hy. Tayloor 
EdwardCholineleyDering 
John Athorpe 











EHazoHS. 
Charles Welle Hogge.. • 

Robert Carr Glyn 

Bdw. Amelius DliAvowe 
Montagn Barton • . . • 

JohnBayley 

Derereux Herbert Mytton 



BXaiOH. 



P 10 Sept. 41 
P 18 Mar. 40 
P SOct. 40 

81 May 41 
P 16 Not. 41 
PS4June48 
P 13 Jan. 44 
P23Feb. 44 

17 May 44 
PSSNoT. 44 



19 Dec. 46 
P84Jnly 46 
P 8 8ept.46 
P88Dec 46 
Pl88ept.48 
P 10 Not. 48 
P16 0ct 47 
P 13 April 49 
PUDee. 49 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P 16 Sept. 61 



P 18 Dec 61 
P 13 Dec. 61 
P 13 Mar. 68 
P 16 Apr. 68 
P 81 Sept. 62 
P88 8ept.68 



UBUT. 



P 8 July 

P 12 Jan. 

P 1 July 

1 Apr. 

P8S Not. 

P88Mar. 

P29Dec. 

81 Mar. 

1 Apr. 

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44 

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Pl4Mar.61 
P 1 Aug. 61 
p 7 Not. 61 
P 18 Dec. 61 
P 19 Mar. 68 
P 17 Aug. 68 
P 27 Ang. 68 
P 3 Dec 62 
P 10 Dec 68 
Pl7Dec 681 



CAPTAIH. BnBT.-aCAJ • 



PlOJnly 46 
P 18 AprU49 
P 3 Dec 47 
P 14 Mar. 61 
P 1 Ang. 61 
P 7 Not. 61 
P 17 Ang. 68 
P89 0ct. 68 
P 3 Dec 68 
Pl7Dec68 



Payma^rr.— William Mortimer Pechell, 6 June, 61 ; JSni» p 6 Ang. 48 ; LlnU* 
Adtfuttmt. — Zieut. Henry Godolpb&n Rooper, 89 Oct 62. [8 Dec 46. 

Qnoriei^Afosierw— John R. Rooae, 18 Dec. 61. 

Sm rgem* George Clerihew, M.D., 6 Dec. 43 ; AsiUt.'Surg. 8 Nor. 38. 
ilSffif/im/*<9Kr|^e0n.--Jobn Knox Leet, 87 June 61. 

Faeingi Bine.— ii^enf», Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 
IBettimedfirom the WeH IndUSf 26 Apr, 46.] 

1 Sir John GoIm Mrrtd with the Srd Onmfdt mt Ferrol. Vifo, and Csdli, in 1800 ; the Egfvti§M cam* 
veiln ef 1MB (madal)^ lactaidiDC the aellMii of the eth and Sltt March, and 17th Aonut, attack of tho 
tofftna of MaraWot od tha foUowiBf daj, action of the 99ad Aagoft, InTaftucnt and eaptnra of Alos- 
andrla. Expedition to Hanovtr In 1806-4I. Proceeded to the Penlmnla In 1809^ and conmanded the Ilffat 
hattaltoa of the Onarde with a Bllle company of the 00th attached, on the retreat to the Ihiee la 1610, 
battle of Baeacok and lobeequent retreat, llnee of Torree Tcdrae, lereral actions on the advance fttnn 
thenee In IBll* and hattle of Focotes d'Onor. Preeeoi also at the ftecei and eaptnree of Ciadad SoMfo 
Mid F«^"J*>«- Commanded the 1st hattallon of the Srd Goarde at the battle of Salamanca, captnn of 
Hadrld, sieie of Burgoe and retreat from thence, adTanee in 18IS, battle of TIttorIa, tleg e and capture of 
inn 3ebaiitlan. paMage of the Bldaaeoa, baitlee of the NiTe» pamage of the Adoor, lotneiment of Bayonne 



inid npalee or the ionlo--dnrlnK the latter part of the action he commanded the tnd brigade of Ooerds in 
conscnnenoe of BIr K. Btopfbrd being wounded. Sir John haa raeeired the eoM croit for Fnentec d'Onor, 
Bntaiftncn, TItiorIa, and mve : and the lUver War Medal and one elmp ftir Bniaoo. 

• OucS Cbmter eerted with the 08rd In the campaign of 184*4 on the Botl^, and was pfisent al the 
hiltlsiof BnMlwal, AUwal,and8obffaoO|atwhlchlaithewMeeTcrelywomi4ed. He hne leoaittd a medal 




e Cbtom ic Ap«ilii«Biaili, Om B^pwad CnwH, with the Motto ^ Qttis S^pmmHir* 
!f DI A^-^The Slpkbrn, wHh Che nordf ** BGYFT'-^ 90f7Ra01l^-*4>B the BMow, 
8^^ the /Hf A Barp and Crmen. Colonel 

9 Roger Parke,' A«, 90 June 05 ) Xleu/. 1 Oct. 0& ^ Cofi^. 9 Oct. 90 ; JTii^* 
S6 M>. 08 ; £ieut.'Col. 4 Jane 14; CoL 10 Jan. 97 ; Mqfar^Gtm, 9 Nov. 
46; CM. 86th Foot, 96 May 59. 

JAeutimmi^CoionitU* 

9 Andrew Snape Bamond ApUn/ JAw. 6 JqIt, 10 ; Xf . 94 flept. 19 : Cmpi, 9 Mir. 

96 ; Breo.'Mqfor, 98 June. 98 ; Jlfq/or, p 7 Juljf 98 ; Xieic«.-Cel. 16 Jvne, 49. 

James Citagh, JBm. I Jan. 10 ; Li. 4 March 19 ; Cant. 7 Apr. 96 ; Brpf^Mqf^ 99 

June 98 ; Mitf, * 18 Jan. 90 ; Brmf.^JLt.-Col. 11 Not, 61 ; Li.^Cot. 90 Apr. 69. 

iri|/or«.— William Langley Todor,* Jtng. Apr. 96; X«. r96 No?. 90; Cspl. 1 

Apr. 41 ; Breo.-Mt^. 90 Apr. 44 ; Mqf. 9 19 Sept 48. 
Robert HcnrjLowtb, Bnt. '4 Feb. 10; LUut. v 1 April 94; Capf. P16 Ma797; 
Broo. Mepor^ 89 Nov. 41 ; Brw. Li.^Col. 11 Nov. 61 ; M^for, 90 Apr. 69. 



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CAPTAIXa. 

William Stoart 

Oilea Keane 

Wm. Harding Woodgate 
Abra. OoUls Andenoni «. 
Dooottgfa O'Brien ...••• 
Thomaa Andrews Rawttas 
John Perkfais Mayers . . 
Harvey Wei. PoleWelman^ 
ChatlesRdmund Thornton 
Joshaa Henry Kirby .... 

^ LlBUTBHAIfTe. 

John ReeaCrokei* 

Charles George Bntler*. . 
Charles Osborne Creagh' 
Wm. Henry Weaver .... 

Charles Darby* 

James Boyd, A^ 

John Jerome ....•••••• 

Edward Baker Weaver . . 
James John Gordon .... 

William Henry Beatty . . 
George Wm. Roblnaen • . 

John Spier 

John Richardson Stnarl 
George Slierman Nmnn . . 

John Meacbam 

Maxwell Lepper 

Ralph FitsGlbbon Lewis 
Edward Monekton Jones 
Thomas Riee Hamilton.. 
George Hewlih Adams . . 
Henry Edward Jerome . . 
Fred^iek Gardner .... 
Hogh Stewart Cochrane 
EirazaNa. 

WiUamKaipe 

Robert Edward Henry . . 
J. K. Douglas Mackenzie 
Robert John Wallaoe. . . • 
Henry Craeroft Maine . . 
Richard Charles Brown . . 
Aogustiis Nicholas Wilion 



BN8ION. 



LIBUT. 



6 Mar. 98 
81 Jane 97 
19 Dee. 97 
19 Jane 99 
19 Sept. 99 

P 17 Nov. 41 

P99July 96 
9Aprfl80 

P90Dee. 49 

P 10 Ang 



p 96 Dee. 
p 8 Nov. 40 

18 Jane 41 
P 98 Dee. 41 

6 Sept. 90 

8 Apr. 49 

9 Apr. 49 
96F^b. 48 
97 Jaa. 49 
10 Apr, 49 
99 liar. 44 
90Ja]y 44 
99 Mar. 44 

9 May 46 

19 Apr. 44 
P 19 Aug. 47 

97 Oct. 46 

8 Jan. 47 

P 19 Nov. 47 

14 April 46 

81 Jan. 48 
P93Peb. 49 

19AprU49 

P 10 Get 49 
P 14 Jnne 60 

94 Jan. 61 
P 18 Mar.69 
P 16 Ang. 60 

14 May 69 



P 98 Sept. 90 
P 99 Feb. 91 
Pll Oct. 91 

OJnly 

9Jnly 
P99Dec. 
P 99 Apr. 

98 Dee. 
P90 Aug. 44 

8 Apr, 49 



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99 0et. 49 

14 Nov. 49 

97 Ang. 49 

91 Oet. 40 

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9 Jan. 46 

P19 8ept49 

90 Apr. 69 

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P 6 Aug. 49 

98 Feb. 49 
P 90 Jnly 49 

19 Nov. 49 

14 Nov. 49 

94JaIy 46 

11 Nov. 46 
89cpt.46 

9 9ept. 47 
1 May 46 

19 Dee. 47 

16 Jan. 49 

92 Dec. 48 
P29Feb. 49 

90 Jnly 49 

97 Apr. 49 
P 4 April 61 
P 96 July 61 

90 Apr. 69 
P 7 May 69 <>«• ^Uoa awivhsi oai of 

P 16 Gel. AS ^^^^ ^*^^ Aimbla 

'" "®*' ** oonmABd of LlMt-ColSMl 
PMoycttlek of tho ]7tli reft., ud w BraMat 
«t Um atfliveUoa of tho Anfe Poolt of Skolk 
Moil sad laolk Otbwoo, mU •klffwlalnd ko> 
twcoo tboM Dlacot «a tbo CUi Oet. 1641. 

LlooU. BatUr. OfOfb, ond Oarar, aofvod 
doriof Sir Chaa. Nmplor*t ouBpoIgn •galiut lbs 
Moaatalo oad Utsort TMSos tlauaiod oo lbs 
right boak of tho Indoi, torl^ la IS4\ wtili a 
dotaohaMOt of tOO bob— volaoioofm fhNa tho 

isih to iho aeth Rett. 




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[7 Jnly 97. 



MM,m^wmw,^mm .,. M.«av.a* v. •H'vaa P 16 May 62 

Thomas Josiah Neville . . |p 17 Ang. 69 

PMnoKfr.— Charles Fade Heatly, 17 Dee. 47; JAis. 19 Apr. 99} Xte#, 

iiiV«<^m/.—.Lisii#. James Boyd, 9 April, 49. 

Q«Mirfir*Jtfaffer.— Joseph Jerome, 99 March, 90. 

^ivyamv— Henry Frauklln/ 10 Feb. 69; Auitt.-Shtrf.n Dee. 97t 

iisws^an#>SM r fas n #.— James Coghlan, 6 Oet 41. 

Mark Stanley Todd, S9 Nov. 44. 
James Kdlie, M.D., 6 May, 48. 
Faeimffo Bhia.— ii ^r, M essrs. Cox k Co. 

■Miililii ■■■iiBtiS fer OmmoI wmi» 
kmtwy BtuUm Safiog ika raiy%B to NaylMte ISSM. 

•o ai^ i*i« «^ -«. T-" — ' -' '"^ *— '— - >■«■->. --T 1-^ ruM i . ■! iki mail lu liiii if 

h •wMa«4 « wM tfrtW d«fc«t( cwaMadad lh« Ihur Ufbl luuLg of Iht kftnda oi »• 
h*n ifc* t«M. Wtni*. tad I.48S mo wliii CMr ogefrt ir*r« captar«4 i h* «m akeMOlnv^ la 
«g«*ra«mM. nahMiMtlTvdtiM War M«dal«riaiooaCtaipfbr41b«k«a. 



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CtotoiMl.— 9 Hvgb. Vifcmmt Oough,* QCB. Sns. 7 Aug. 94 i Xkui. 1 1 Oct 94 : 

Cop^ 25 June, 08 ; Jiri|/.8 Ang. 06 ; Xt-Co2. 89 Jii1t,09 ; Col. 19 Aug* 19 ; IM.- 

Oen. 88 July, 80 ; Lkut-GeH. 33 Not. 41 ; Col, 87th FuiiUait , 16 Mar. 41. 
XI«ic^.-CpImi«2«.— Montague Gholmeley Johnetone, Ens. v VI Fob. 98 ( Lind, p 16 

Dee. 94; CapL P 19 Sept. 36; Mcoor, p 37 July 88; Zi.-CW. P16 Nor. 41 : 

Cei. 11 Not. 61. 
JametCam^id], A#. P6Jnly 36; Utut. p81 July 98; Cap/. P 10 April 86: 

Srevet'Mqfor^ 9 Not. 46 ; Mqiorf 38 May 47 ; JJ.^Col, 3 April 48. 
Mi^org. —John M'Hahon Kidd, Bra. f 91 July 96 ; Liwt. p 8 Not. 97 ; Cm*' ^ 98 

Dec 89 ; Bnvet Mmar, 9 Not, 46 ; AWer, p 18 July, 47, 
William T. Shortt,* Bw. 96 March, 26; Meut. pSO Dec, 96; Cope. p36 

Feb. 39; 3fitf<yr, 16 April, 41 ; Breifet Lt.-Col. 8 Apr. 46. 



Captaiks. 
Alexander Murray* • . 1 
William Percy Lm. , . • 
Charles F. Campbell .... 
Loult U. Hamilton . . . r 
Alexander Hugh Cobbe 
James Bailie ...••,... 
Fred. Charles Herring . 
William Frauds lUng . 

William Hanmer 

Andrew Robertson . . . 

First LxBUTEjiAirTS, 

John Hall^ett le Couteur 

John FitzQerald 



Skd lisut. 



P 34 Apr. 86 
P33Feb. 88 

16 Sept. 87 
Apr. 88 

16 June 48 
p 80 Dec. 43 
p 16 Not. 41 

38 Oct. 81 
P38 Dec 48 
P 14 Jan. 42 



UXUT. 



P 10 Jan. 46 

PlOJttly 46 

P 14 Aug. 46 

16 Sept, 46 

P 16 Not. 41 

P 10 Mar. 48 

6 Jan. 43 

87 Sept. 44 

16 Aug. 46 

P 13 July 47 

P81 July 48 

P 33 June 48 



P 1 Oct. 47 

11 Feb. 48 

P36June 46 

p 3 July 41 

16 Apr. 46 

4 Apr. 49 



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FaHngs Blue.— ii^eti/, Charles R. M'Qrigor, Esq. 
I lAid Gettfli wrrcd st tlM eaptan of the Csm of Good Hope, and t1i« Dutch Fleet in Ssldaoba Bay. 
I7W. Serrad aflenvsrdf in tht W«at Indlea, Incladlng iba attaek on Porto Rico, tba Meaad war la Si, 
Lnela, tad captvra of Baffnain. Proceeded to the Pnilnflufai In 180e» and commanded the Snh at the battles 
of Talarem, BaroaM, Vlitoria, and Nivelle, forwhieh engafemenu he haa received af<ddcnMB. He alio oom« 
mended the rcciment st the defence of Cadis and of Tarlfti (illghtlj wounded in the head). At the, 
hsttte of lUsTsia hli hoiss wu ahot under him, and he himaelf was afterwrnrdi leverely wounded in the 

(OmMntMl en tk$ margin,) 



p 3 May 44 
p 7 June 44 

Edw. W. Johnston FoleherlP 30 Dec. 44 

Henry Smyth Bawtree 

Hugh Lloyd 

Thomp. Macky M'Cllntock 

D« C. Augustus Delhoite . 

Henry FItsGerald . . . 

John Hallowes • , • • . 

Ormond ?itwerald«« . 

George Wolfe 

Austin Peter CMalley 

William Wiltshire . . . 

John Peyton • 

Jaroer Lucas •...•#. 

R.Gib8on((2.ir.Apr47)a^4 ^ April 48 

WUliam Blake Graham^ I 81 Dec. 48 

Adam Stenart 

Robert Carter 

Jos. FltsThomas Bhadwell 

John £lltot 

G. GrsnTillsGowerMmiro 

Francis Horatio Qee .... 

SBcoirx) LixuTS. 
Charles Edmund Goddard 
Edw.Hen. John Meredyth 

John Wall 

Edward Barlcer Prescott 

Anthony Butler 

Edwin Biron 

Colmer Lynch 

Hon. D'Arcy G. Osbozae 



6 April 49 
p 18 May 49 

14 Dec. 49 
Pl6Mar. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P17 June61 

17 June 61 
P 17 Aug. 63 



380et. 
P 31 Apr. 87 
P S8 Aug. 40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P 10 Jan. 46 
P 14 Feb. 46 
6 Aug. 46 
8 May 86 
P 8 Oct 46 
PlOMar.43 

37 Mar. 46 
P 10 July 46 
p 14 Aug. 46 
p 8 Sept 46 
P 38 Sept 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 

16 Dec. 48 
13 Sept 44 

P87 June46 

1 April 47 

3 April 49 

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do 

P 18 May 49 
6 Sept 48 

P3SFeb. 60 
6 Sept 46 

P86 0ct 60 

38 April 61 
8 Jan. 61 

SO Aug. 43 
P 31 Aug. 49 
P 16 July 63 



CAPTAIN. 



P 90 Aug. 44 

31 JU&46 

3 Oct 46 

83 Dec. 46 

P 31 July 48 

P 33 Feb. 60 

P 18 Sept 49 

16 Mar. 60 

p 13 Oct 49 

P 7 Aug. 46 



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TIgtU la the Oialen Blver. 
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Cheaeh el aeaHiimur. aad the 
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9 AMiit.flaneni aaaen awred wMb the umf el 
the Siitld, aad w«i tekea prIioiMr by the SIU» ei the 
aSUr ef Bu4dlvel I ■Bdaftereaefttrllgr ert««Dtjr«flTe 
d e ye-'H WI te ef whith la Itum he was nUeriil oa the 
advenee ofthe Brlttoh flpreeea Laheie. 

le Qr.*Mr. TbooMa wrvcd the eaaapalfa 
Satlei la lf4ft.S (Mdel) wHh the ttl^ 
bettlei ef Meedfcee, 



Paymatter. — Charles James Perry, 3 May 60; Qr- Af. 33 July 44; Btu. 33 Dee* 
A4ivtaiU.--'Lima. Robert Gibson, 9 Sept 61. [48 ; Li. 80 Not. 49l 

QMorier^Jfaf^er.— Hy. Thomas/* 80 Apr. 49 ; ^ii#. 11 Apr. 43 ; Lt. 33 Dec. 46» 
^icrysoii.— Walter Geo. Leonard Staunton,* 16 No?. 60; iisHs<.-SMf^.39May 40d 
il«Hf#.-6'iiiv«ofis.— Christopher WrMit Wimy, 33 March, 47. 

Richard George Davys Banon/ 30 Oct 40. 

John Lyster Jameson, 3 Jan. 63. 



340 



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Captaihs. 

Wniluii Mackie 

Henry Beckwlth Sawicy 
Geo. Yraghan Maxwell . . 
JBdwtrd Norton •••...•. 
Sdw. John Yetey Browne 
Bdwud Bayley 



BNSIGir. 1 LIBUT. 



P 9 Feb. 38 
'S6Jan. 89 
PI28ept.34 

„j -T=-*--^ ' 6 Apr. 89 

EdwMd Herbert MaxweU p 26 Apr. 89 



6 Feb. 99 P14June88 
6Nov.86|p 1 Mar. 89 
P 96 Apr. 89 



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ITm. J. Joeelyn Boiirkey#. 
Bryan Holme Holme, #. . . 
Bdw. Bowland Forman,«. 

LlBUTBNAHTS. 

J. Hardman Burke 

Joahna Grant Croaae. . . . 
JBdmaadCorbett 

Bdrnmid GOUng Maynard 
lliouiasQoTe 

Samnal Donning, o^. .. 
BaiJ.Banbnry MauloTercr 

Henry Brnat 

H. J. Le Maiehant Baynea 

Katfaanlel Steeren 

Jackaon Wray 

Heniy William Grogan. 
J<rtm Edward Riley 

BnaioHa. 
Arthor Dillon Maole .... 

BIchard Grace 

ShnrloekHenning.. ... 
Oeoige Richard Browne 
George Robert Beresfoid 
GeorgB Edward Copley. . 
Bmiliua Delm6 Raddilfe 
Edward Henry Webb 



I • . • 



P9l May 41 
P91 Feb. 40 
P 16 Dot. 41 

P 1 ICOT.89 
P96 8ept.40 

98 Dec 41 
P81 Dee. 41 
P 3Mar.48 

16 Feb. 44 
P80Aag.44 

28 Jan. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

P19Dec48 

P 19 Feb. 47 

6 Ang. 47 

8 0et 47 



P27Mar.40 



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9 Dee. 40 
P81 Dee. 41 
P 6 Dee. 44 
P98Jan. 46 



99 Dec 40 P 6 Nor. 46 




Kon 41 



7 June 41 
P 16 Not. 41 
P99 Joiy 49 
P19May 48 
P99Dec 48 



8 Mar. 48 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P20April49 
P 17 Jnoe 61 
P17 Oct 61 
P 91 Not. 61 
P 9 July 69 1 
P 16 Oct. 621 



P 3 Mar. 48 
P80Ang.44 
P 6Dec 44 
P 98 Jan. 46 
P 19 Feb. 47 
7 Oct 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
'14 April 48 
P198^48 
P99Dec 48 
PdOMay61 
P 96 Dec 61 
P 18 Jnne69 



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^ Sm Xesfimeni of Foot 241 

The JSphkur^ wtth the wordi » EGYPT''—" JAVA"— ^' KIAGARA"— ^' AVA.** 

CoiOMl, 

9 Sir Charles Bnlkdey EttertoV GCMG. KCH. Sns. 16 Not. 1791 : JUmU. 91 

lUr.93; C^vrt. 99 April, 96 ; 3li|f or, 1 June, 98 ; £ieic«.-C0l. 14 Kor. 1809; 

Coi. 4 Jvn^ 11 ; M^ar-Qeiu 4 June, 14 : Luid,'G0n. 99 Joly, 90; Qm. 9 

iror.46; Op{. 89th Begt 96 Sept. 37. 

LUnt.'CoUmel. 
Aqgwliw HalUftx Fenyman, JBtu. 9 27 June 34; LUui. 30 Jane 37 : Capt. 

» 16 April 41 ; Mqfor, P92 Dee. 43 ; Lt.'Col. p 24 Not. 48. 
4fif|^ory.-^unes Graham,* JBtu. 99 Apr. 26 j Lieut, 19 Apr. 97; Capt, p19 

Apr. 33 ; Bm.-Mqf, 9 Not. 46; Mqjar, 10 Jan. 61. 
Caledon Blehard Sgerton, Ens. 16 June 32 ; Lieut. p28 Mar. 34; Capt. p15 

Mar. 39; Brw.-Jifqferf 11 Not. 61 ; Mt^or, p6 Dec. 61. 



CA.PTAIHS. 

Han* Charles Daly .... 
Fred. Chas. Aylmer .... 
John Dontse Macdonald 
Amndel Edmnnd Hill .. 

Leslie Skynner* . • 

John JLewes PhllUpps • . 

WIllkunBoyle 

Robert B. Hawley 

Hans Bobert White .... 
Alezandflv Campbell . . . • 

LiBVTBNAKTS. 

George Marshall Knipe .. 
John M. Cttppage, AdJ, . . 
Tho. E. J. G. Thompson 
Edward Buller Thorp • . 

Carriek Darby 

John Atkinson 

Arthur H. H. Mercer, r. 

Alfred Nixon 

Charles Heycock 

RobertSelby 

Wm. Cecil George Pery 
Robert Rowland Conyers 
Edward Alleyne Dawes 

EHSieNS. 
George Cresswell .... 

Edmond Morris 

John Longfield •••... 
Ftattds Knatchbttll . . 
George Harmer Pering 
John Waldron Gray . . 
Barnes Slyfield Robinson 



BNSION. 



• • •• 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 26 July 34 
P 4 Dec. 32 

13 July 32 

7 Sept. 41 

P 20 Oct. 41 

P22 July 42 

6 Dec. 38 

28 Aug. 38 
P22Dec. 43 
P 7 May 47 

P22Feb. 39 

10 Not. 43 

11 July 46 

12 June 46 
p 3 Sept. 47 
P 22 Oct. 47 
P30 Apr. 41 
P 3 Mar. 48 
P31Mar.48 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 2 Mar. 49 
P 6 July 49 

P 16 Aug. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P 6 Dec. 61 
P 6 Deo. 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P 17 Aug. 69 
17 Dec. 69 



P 17 Feb. 
P 26 July 
P 13 June 
P 27 Oct. 

14 July 
P 19 Dec. 
P 21 May 
P31 Dec. 

19 Dec. 
P 16 June 



37 
34 
34 
43 
43 
46 
41 
39 
46 
48 



20 May 42 
P 8 Aug. 46 
P 3 Mar. 48 
P 9 Feb. 49 
p 9 Mar. 49 

17 Jan. 61 

n Not. 49 
P 6 Dec 61 
P 6 Dec. 61 
P 90 Feb. 69 
P 6 Aug. 69 

31 Oct. 69 
p 6 Not. 69 



P31 Dec. 39 

90 May 40 

16 June 43 

P 3 Oct. 48 

P 9 Feb. 49 

P 9 Mar. 49 

P 4Jan. 60 

10 Jan. 61 

P 6 Dec 61 

P 20 Feb. 62 



BBBT.«MAJ> 

11 Not. 61 
11 Not. 61 



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7 i>iiymiu^er.—£dwd. Jonathan Head, 17 Jan. 61 ; Snt. p20 Feb.46; Lt> P3 Oei.48.. 

10 O Ad§uiant. — Lieut. John Macdonald Cuppage, 17 Jan. 61. 

6 QiMirler^Jlaj^sr.— William Watson, 26 April, 48. 

34 6^ ^ti7y€on.— Michael M'Dermott,* M.D. 6 April, 39; ilifM.^5!Mr^. 96 Dee. 93 p 

Hotp.'Astistimt, 7 Feb. 14. 

Afsisfan^-i^ttrysoft.— Richard Gilbome, 2 Oct. 46. 

Facing Black. — AgentSy Messrs. Cox k Co. — IrUh Agents, Messrs. Cane k. Sons* 
[Beturnedfram North America 28 Apr. 47.] 

1 SIrC. B. Btirtott cotnasndsd a decaehnwiil oa bOMtf a liM-oT-lNUtla fthlp, In Loid Howt'i sslioa o 
tiM lit Jane, 1794. Bervvd at tha bloekada of Malta, and wtmn^m of Taletia, Mh Sept. 1800; ftstfi 
ciMoee pracscdcd with Sir Ralpb Abareromb/'t expadliioii to £f7pt, ud wm pnanit ia the aolloas of the* 
IStfa lad Slftt Karab, 1801. der?ed with tfia arm^ In Bpala andPortofal In 1810 and 1811, sad lHS» 
iwesfvad tba War ICedal and thraa clatpa for 

aOiVft. Skfaaar wrrnl wWb dia Mfth la Chtoa, ai 



d"0Qor» Nivalis, and Ortbsf . 
itofiaaalTcdthalMal. 



342 



90tt Ite^ qfFooi{I\rtk$kire VolwUeen.) \^^ 

{Light Infantry.) 




II 



" MAXDOBA."— The Sphinx with «he yrard, " BOYPT"— ^ MAHTIKiaiTfi"^ 

CotOMt. 

JTH^or, 1 Aug. 04; 'lUuL^CoI. 7 Fe^ll ; W 10 jSy^ • 2&2L^ M* 
JulT, 90 ; Zi€ut.^Gm. 83 Nov. 41 ; Co/. 00th Ught In^ntrV. 9 IaL 4?* 
Xr.-A/.-Fredw1ck Bid. •-©«. P28 Dec. S4; xtu^.^^W^le. C^^^ 

8SDfle.48;X/..Col. PS2 0ct52. *^ * i -»r^. -i-fc liw. 

JfeVw*.— GervM Sanford Dercrill, CbriMl, p d Kot. 86 : Xmii^. p ia Nov 97 • 

Capt. P 7 Mar. 34; Brev€UMi{for, Not. 46; ATfl/Jr, 8 AdtU 68 ' 



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18 





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Captaiits. 

Danctn Campbell * 



•• . . • • 



William P. Pttrnell 

Wm« fieojamin Baatard* 

BobeitOro?e* 

William Victor Johaaon' 

Tlimnas Smith 

Boger Bafnston 

Puicdl O'Qorman* .•.. 
Riduu^ Bodes WyTiU* . . 
Tliomaa James Meredith* 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

James Peirin 

Michael Foster Ward. . .. 
John Christopher Guise . . 
John Hardy Thursby .... 
Herbert M.Vaoghan, Adif. 
William Pattison Tinllng 

▼ere Henry Close 

Bob. Dymock Vaughton 

Harry Denison 

Henty Butler 

Heory H(^ Crealock . . 

BirsioRs. 
Henry Flower Bveiy.. .. 
James Heme Wade .... 
Bichard Henry Magoiis 

Henry Pnstou 

Waller Blaken^ Peitsa 

James CleA Battray 

Paul Andrew L. Phipps 
William John Bons .... 
AUred Qoodlad Dauboiy 



Bireioir. 



i^l»VT, OAPTAtK. 



P 1 Feb. 30 
P 86 June 41 
P 8 Dee. 48 
P 7 Mar. 46 
P 86 Apr. 46 
P10 8ept.46 
P 8 Apr. 46 

8 May 46 
P 4 June 47 

10 Mar. 48 

P16 June48 
P 18 Sept 48 
P 13 Oct. 48 
P84NOT.48 
P83Feb. 40 
P 80 Apr. 40 
P 88 June 40 
P87 Dec. 60 
8 April 68 
C88 0ct 68 
P84Dee.68 



3 Oct. 46 
P16 Jane48 
P 16 Juno 48 
P84 Not. 48 
P 88 Feb. 40 
P80 Apr. 40 
P 83 Mar. 40 

8 April 68 
P88 0et. 68 
P84Dee. 68 



BmnT.-HA^. 



P 8 April 34 

84 Mar. 38 
P 10 Mar. 41 
P 7Feb. 40 

18 June 40 
P 16 July 41 

7 July 43 
P 3 Feb. 43 
P 14 April 43 
P 16 Feb. 44 

P 7 Mar. 46 

P86 Apr. 46 

P 6 June 46 

P 16 Sept 46 

88 Jan. 47 

P 4 June 47 

1 June 47 

P 18 July 47 

P 16 June 48 

P 18 Sept 48 

PiaOet 48 

P84NOT. 48 
P 2 Feb. 40 

10 Apr. 40 

P80Apr. 40 

a June 40 

P 17 Jan. 61 

14 May 68 
P 11 June 68 
P88 Not. 68 

^xr^F^tr^'"^""^**""^ i»*pt4aiAi#.taocta9, 

Atlfmi0ni.^JUmU, Herbert MUttngehamp Taagtaan. 8 Anfil 68. 

Qiiar<sr-iira«<fr.-*8amuel Williams/ 18 Aprii; 46. 

A^2;.-Bobert Caiew Andenon, M.D. 18 May, 49; AmlM»ni.J9i,r9^, 

Aitittani'amrgt0H,F^Wmimm MaeHte,* 87 Dee. 48. 
- • Buir.-i4p«a. Charies B. M'Qrigor, Bsq^JrM Afmis, M- X. B. 

Borough, Bi., Arailt, * Co. ^^ '^ ^ m. 

[Betnmed from the Cape of Good Hope, 10 April, 48.] 



4 GipC. C Muyts U Nmd ia lk« 
dorlflf tiM ■iipprmiqa of ihe iaa 



LowOT CtMda ia It87 s eliS la tipaUM tl 

atUdu of tiM Aasflesa Mima4i vClnM ai 
Praseett, Vppu Ctasda, la IMI. "■•"■» 



1 fir llezaodtr L«ith tcnrtd in Pteadcn wilk CW Mad. svticalftrlT mt ihm 
Wlia Ite Sla M IIM .tMk of tte INMt of Ilia V^lTI-TIl ih^^ 
NM]|b HoUud ta I7W> •od ««• wvtral|r woiindtduKi loom oyo ot tbo builo of Alk 



of at. 



lallNL la 



tsth,a£{i. 

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rii^TlRSr] 9lit (The Argymhire) IUgt.of Foai.l.l^^^rSS:'Ji^^^ 

*« ROLBIA''-~« VIMIBRA"— " CORUNNA"— " PYRENBE8"— " NIVELLB"— 
" NIVB"— ^ ORTHB8"--^'TOVL0U8B*'--^ PBNIN8ULA.* 



I 



S6 



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72 






8 
8 



G^IoiMl.— ChOMiel Gdidon,' Au. « /an. 1781: LkiU. M K«?. 84; C^^ 10 Inly, 

04; Mtg., 16 Hmy, 1800; JU.-C^I. If trail, 08; CW. 4 Jiue^ 11 ; Mq/.-Qen. 

4 Jnne, 14 ; X#.-Ofn» 88 Jdy, 80 ; <»bii. Not. 46; CM. 91jit Bfegt. 18 Apr, 97. 
Lieut.'ColaneU.— John Francis Glencaim Campbell,* Snt, 96 Oct 87 ; I4eut, 

V 87 Aug. 89 ; Capi. 9 88 Not. 88 ; Mqf. 8 July, 48 ; Lt.-Coi. 14 Apr. 4$. 
r.Charles Gooka Yarboioagli> JHpu. p9 Jum 86 ; Lumt, 9 19 Sept. 86; Capi. 9 4 

Jan. 88; Mqfinr, 19 Hay 46 ; XAeui.'CoL 9 18 Oet. 48. 
3r<9or«.— r. DaTid Forbea,^fi«. P8 Oct. 89; Xiev^. p88Not.88; Capi. p84 

July 36 ; Mqfor, 14 Apr. 46. 
Bertie Edward Murray Gordon, JOu. 9 86 Oct. 88 ; Ximrf. p 84 July 86; Cap/. 

> 83 April 41; Mqj0r9l9 Oet* 48. _^ 



Captains. 
Wm. Qlendonwyn Scott * 
r. Bdward W. C. Wright* 
r.y JohnG.Rawstome,* «. 
r. John Campbell CahUl 

Henry J. Savatfc^ 

r.ItobertFred.MiddleBiore 



BNSIOir. 



P 30 Mar. 38 

81 Dec. 32 

88 July 18 

88 Feb. 88 

6 June 36 



LIEUT. 



P 18 June 36 

p 13 Nov. 36 

18 Aug. 14 

8 May 36 

P 11 May 38 



10 





10 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





7 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





8 






Fred.J.Baylv 

Wm. Tho. Laird Patterson 



88 
6 
4 
7 
6 
19 
18 
7 















James Day Cochrane* . . 
Robert Henry Howard** 
r. Ed. Geo. Mainwaringi* 
WlUiaoA Barron Stanton 

LlBUTSVAHTS. 

rJohn Mac Pher8on,pm. 
John Theopbilus Ussber* 
I r. Edw. Jas. Somere Ray 
r. RobtHenryCrampton" 
Frederick Bochmer. A 4/* 
r. Alez.Wataon Mackenaie 
r. W. Geo. C.Gordoo,ul dj, 
r. Robert Borthwick .... 
William Fred. Norman.. 

William Squirl'> 

r. John Bruce • • . • . 

Wm. Be^j. BatUscombe 
John Charles Sweny • • • • 
John Selby Smyth 

Walter Rice OliToy •••• 
r. Francis Gordon Hibbart 

EK8IOV8. 

r. Henry Auburey Bond 
r. MaL Potter Macqueen 
Thomas Thomhill Lane. . 
Lloyd Henry Thomas . . 
Charles Goddard Dewell 
Aloe. Cunningham Bruce 

Henry Wood 

James Henry Dobie 
Lionel Smith Warvcn 



19 Dee. 34 P 18 July 39 
80 Oct. 88!P23Apiil41 
P 18 Oct. 41 
P 13 Oct. 48 



P88Feb. 89 
P81 Dec. 41 
P 18 Oct. 41 
Apr. 47 
P 88 Jan. 48 



CAPTAIir. 



13 Jan. 46 
P 18 April 49 
P 16 Aug. 60 

p 6 Oct. 48 

14 Apr. 46 
P28Dee. 49 

16 Aug. 60 

6 Dec. 60 

p 6 Dec. 60 

80 Dee. 60 

31 Dec. 60 

ONoT. 46iP 7Jaiia60 



80 Oct. 48 

PSOMay 48 

89 Apr. 47 

p 6 Not. 47 

1 Aug. 48 

6 Oct. 48 

9 Jan. 49 

13 April 49 



P 88 Feb. 39 
P 8 Jnly 41 

10 Oct. 38 

14 Oct. 48 
8 July 48 

19 May 46 
P 18 Oct. 48 
P80April49 
P 4 May 49 

88 Apr. 68 
P84Ang.66 

88 Not. 68| 



s 
the f IM 



BRBT.-MA^. 



16 Sept. 48 
11 Not. 61 



. . . • 



9 
9 

P 
P 

P 11 May 49 
Pl6Feb. 60 
Pl6Mar. 601 
P 18 Dee. 60 
PlSApr. 60 
p 14 Feb. 61 
6 Apr. 61 

4 Apr. 61 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 
9 17 Oct. 61 

8 Jnna68 
P 18 June 68 
p 17 Aug. 68 
P 21 Sept. 68 
P83N0T.68 



(•hot brooch *e body aai Mlhaad. 
lk*Kitta).MtlM 



p 8 Jnly 61 
p 14 Oct. 61 
81 May 68 
P84 Ang.68 
p 16 Sept. 61 
P89 0ct. 68 
P83NOT.6S 



dlrtotas 

duri^ tiM rtliMt llrMK lb* AawtoU 
MoMtBlM to Block DHft. 

f LIMI. PMhOTMnroS tho oob- 
polfB Of 1SM.ft lo tho 
Mohntto ODOHiy, «Wh thi 

Oft Iho JBTIOlllHllf 



lOCSpL 



tho 
Ptaoti, n Aug. 



cnrt) 



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rrod OS o f JwifMnt la tho A 

tatotUd lb Uk lOHifoiim «r ism-f^ 



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i).MM 



lotacquratlV at Iho lioio of 



PttynMj^sr.— <}.Had.Dah7mple, 81 Jan. 40; Atf.P6NoT. 86; JUai#.6Dec.81{ 

AdlinttMU.'^LinU. Pk«deriek Boefamcr, 1 Aug. 48. 

r. JUmU, Wfli. Geoive Conway Gordon, 80 Dec. 60. 

Q«Mrffr-Jf(B«<«r«.-^waUani Blackbiime, 1 Aug. 48 ; EnM. 80 Oct. 46. 

r. James Peterson, 1 Oct. 47. 

5iirj^eon#.— Thomas Ross Jameson, M.D. 6 Dec. 43 ; A$tUt. Awy. 10 Jan. 34^ 

r. William Arden, 26 Jnly 61; iia«itf.5«fy. 9 April 41. 

iU«M.*Atfyt.— RidiardSpeirPeUe, 13April46. 

r. John Nial, 13 April 62. I 

PaeiMg§ Yellow.— iiftnte, Messrs. Barron ft Smith. IHMk Apeni, J. AtUnson, Esq^i 
[let BiittaHon returned from the Cape of Good Hope, 26 AprU 48.] i 



1 OcMOnI Oordoo haa rceolvoS tho gold modal aad oao clai» fiv Moftiaiqvo aad Ovadalovpo. 
S Lteot-ColoBel Campbell wmmapdod tho liriiuilry ftwco which termed port of tho aprdMoB 

la AprU IS46 1 a^ ho eomma^od tho aoocrro BattaUoa. Slat Sift., 



tho loawfOBt BoJ 
IfftM Ihiumhimif 



244 



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:iPYRWriIBS»_« KIYB"-^ OBTHBB"-^ PMraWlI-li^ W^JSSloa- 

W, Jlree.-M4tfor, S3 Not.4I j J((«^, 9 Wot. 46; JUntf.-CW. PS3 ffov.M. 

Geo. Edw. Thorold, Sm, 84 Jnne. 24 •' ijUui p q Tn»« ox ^ . . .^ 

Sept 96; Brev.^Miff. 89 Kot. ^iTmJX'vZT^. JJTfi ^ffCL Vi® 

Aug. 86; Brev.^Mqfar, 9 Vor. 46; 3fW. PaSyoy! 4fl^ ' ^ Oi!P<.»ie 




97 




































Captazhs. 
Rb.MMleod Sutheriand,*. 
Kaa.DoiiglM]Iickeiisie|«. 
Bdward BIdridge Haines 
Aveli. HunnuMi l^ttetU 
Cha. Bdw. Stottt Qleiff. . 
Chrlf. Monteitli Himllton 
Willlflm ChnleiLyoii .. 

Forbes tfubean 

HoghSeotl 

M. IfaeKanghten Smith 

LZBVTBNAHT0. 

A. WeUIng. CenMnm, A4f. 

Robert Betliime 

WO'B.H.BiiehaiiaD,<U^ 
G.W. H. rUc. KIrkwaU, 9. 
Ami. Walter Cbarteris .. 
AlastairSf'IattJf'Bonakl^ 
DaTid Holland Bnklae . . 
Jobtt Henry 8t John • . 
Donald Patiiek Campbell 

WflllamMnier 

Gibson Stott •••••••••! 

Bdw. C. B. Elphlnstone 

CUflbrd Paisons 

BHaioMs. 

Wmiam Campbdl 

John Alan H^OonaM .. 
Wnu David Invcrarity .. 

Charies GreenhiU 

James A. Wellesley Ldth 
George niomas Bamsden 
Maoiiael Meefaam 



BMSIoy. I MBPT. I CAPTAUr. iBnBT.-MA/ 



86 Dec. 23 
^ 95 Not. 31 
■^86 Jane 36 
P 10 Ang. 88 

I Jnne 41 
P 3 Feb. 43 

16 Jnly 41 
>* 87 Sept. 44 
P 16 April 41 
P 31 May 88 

6Dee.44 
P 17 Jan. 45 
P 8 May 45 
P 8 Aug. 46 
P 6 Feb. 46 
P 87 Mar. 46 
P 8 Sept 46 
90 Not. 46 
PI8N0T. 47 
P83JBne48 
P 9 Mar. 48 
P14I>ee. 48 
Pl6Feb. 48 



PU Jane 60 
Pl6Aag. 60 
P17Sept60 
PlSDee. 60 
P88 Apr. 68 
Pit July 61 
P 17 Dee. 68 



7 Aug. 84 
18 Aog. 36 

1 Feb. 38 

86 Aug. 41 
84 Jane 48 
97 Sept 44 

87 Jan. 43 

8 Aug. 46 
4 Oct 44 

8 April 48 

97 Mar. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

91 Apr. 46 

9 Not. 46 
88 Jane 47 
18 Not. 47 

Mar. 48 
'93 Not. 48 
10 Sept 60 
94 Jan. 61 
93 Apr. 69 
14 S^t 68 

10 Dec. 58 



6 Oct 41 
P87 Sept 44 
P 8 Apr. 46 
P 8 Jnne 46 

8 Not. 46 
PI8N0T.47 
P88Jan. 48 
P 3 Ang. 48 
P83NOT. 48 
P14Sept68 



Paymoflcr.— Bob. Wm. Dnfl;i8JaB. 49« JBmm 9^\ r.^ ak wa .a « 

^ifirt«n<-Aiiy»pn>.-Ch arleiB obert Bobfaison. S Not. 47. ' ^•^--^-W. 
Fa^Y^..-^At^^::^^i^^^ Can.* So... 

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] 9Sd ( StUherland Highlander») Regt of Foot. 245 



"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE." 



YMn'8«rT. 



67 



Full 

26 
23 

19 



Half 
Pay. 



7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
8 
7 
3 
3 

S 
8 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

9 
6 
9 
12 
2 







18 





18 





16 





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13 





14 





13 





17 





8 





7 





7 





9 






Colonel, 
C2A Bdward Parkinsoxi,> C.B., Bru. 27 Feb. 96; Lieut. 12 Jan. 00; Capt 

7 March 06 ; Mqfor, 27 Oct. 10 ; JAeui.-Col. 18 June 16; CoU 10 Jan. 37 

Mqfor-Oen, Not. 40 ; CoL 93rd Regt. 10 Dec. 68. 

Lieutenant''ColoneL 
Lorenzo Rothe, J3nt, p6 March 88; Lieut. p21 Aug. 36; Cope. ^2 April 41 

Major, 80 Nov. 46 ; Lieut.-Col. 21 Feb. 62. 
Jlf/{;or«.--WilUam Bernard AinsUe, JSru. p28 Sept. 30; Xt«ii^. P24 Nov. 36 

C'iij»^ P89 Sept. 37 ; Mqfor, PI Oct. 60. 
Robert Murray Banner, Ens. i' 19 Dec. 34; Lieut. P30 Dec. 36; Capt. p26 Feb 

41 ; Mepor^^l Feb. 62. 
































Captains. 
Charlea Henry Gordon . 
Alex. SebaBtiaa Leith Hay 
John Alexander Ewart • . 
J. Anatruther McGowan ' 

Frederick Shelton 

Colin Maxwell 

Robert Lockhart Ross . . 

George Cornwall 

Warner AVestenra Carden 
John Alexander Fraser. . 

LlBUTBRANTS. 

i/imAiig.MiirrayCathcart 
ChristopberEdw. Blackett 
Wm. Q. Alex. Middleton 

Alexander Young 

W.DonaldMacdonaldyO^^'. 

James Dalzell. . . > 

Fred. William Burroogbs 
W.G. Drummond Stewart 
SomeiaetMolyneuxClarke 
£. S. Fra. Geo. Dawson' 
William Lear Macnish •. 

William Turner 

Mark George Sprot .... 

Enbions. 
Reginald StewartWUliams 
Edward Aug. Stothird • 

Holiert Crowe 

James Wemyas ....... 

Robert Abercromby . . . 
Charles Wm. McDonald 
Wm. Salisbury Ewart . 
James Menzies Clayhills 



BNSION. 



P24 Nov. 36 
P26 Dec. 35 
27 July 38 
P21 Feb. 40 
P24Jan. 40 
P86Apr. 30 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P 8 July 36 

27 June 46 
13 Apr. 46 

26 Sept. 46 

21 Dec. 44 

24 July 46 

P 2 Oct. 46 

P 4 June 47 

Pll Feb. 48 

P31 Mar. 48 

P 8 June 48 

P 23 Not. 49 

26 Nov. 46 

28 Aug. 46 
P 17 Sept. 60 
P 16 Oct. 60 

17 Jan. 61 

7 Feb. 61 

P17 May 51 

P21 Nov. 61 

P12 Mar. 68 

16 Apr. 62 
P 9 July 62 
P23 Nov. 62 



LIEUT. 



P28Ju]y 38 
P26 Apr. 39 

16AprU42 

4 Mar. 42 

P 18 Dec. 40 

P27 Sept. 42 

27 June 46 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P 4 June 47 
P31 Mar. 48 

P 21 July 48 
P 1 Oct. 47 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 10 Oct. 49 
P 1 Oct. 60 

7 Feb. 61 
P23Sept.6] 

21 Feb. 68 
P 6 Mar. 68 

11 June 62 

9 Sept. 61 
P26June68 
P 16 Oct. 62 



CAPTAIN. 



P13 May 42 
P 31 Mar. 48 
P12 May 48 
P 31 Dec 47 

4 Apr. 49 

P 6 Mar. 68 

11 June 68 

9 June 48 
P 86 June 68 
P 16 Oct. 68 



BBBY.-ICAX 



Payiiuu<tfr.~-Stephen Blake, 26 Jan. 49 ; Em. p 4 Oct. 44 ; Lieut. P 81 Jaly 46. 
Ae{futant. — l^eu^ William Donald Macdonald, 10 Jan. 61. 
Quizr««r-^a«^er.— Donald Sinclair, 88 March, 44. 

Surgeon. — John Ramsay Brush/ M.D., 8 April 68; Airiit.^Surg. 8 Jnae 41* 
AsHst. 'Surgeon. —