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ANNUAL ARMY LIST, 



WITH AN INDEX. 



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1840. 



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LONDON: 

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET. 

1840. 






EXPLANATIONS 



K«0 Knight of the Ofder of the Gaiter. 

X.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 

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

O.C.B. Kni^t Grand Crou of the Order of the Bath. 

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

C.B. Ccmptadon of the Order of the Bath. 

O.C.M.O. Knight Grand Crou of the Order ol 8t Michael and St Geoige. 

K.C.H.O. Knight C^mmofuto^ of ditto ditto 

C.H.O. Coifipafiioii of ditto ditto 

O.C.H. Knight Grand Crou of the Bojal Hanorerian Gndphic Order. 

K.C.H. Knight CSMMMtiuier of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto 

K.C. Knight of the Creacent 

C Before the Kame, denotes that the OAeer wai at the Battle of TyftfaVav*- 

9 Before the Name, denotes that the OiBcer senred in the Pewlmmhi^ or the 
South of France. 

W'UT^^^jk^ v^.i rOiBcefs aetoally present in either of the actions of the 
Watertoo HedaL ( Idtii, 17th, or 18th Jane, 181&.* 

» Before the Date, indicates that the Commission was Pwrdiaud.i 

* Before the Name, or date of Commission, denotes Temporsiy Bank only. 

If . B. In the list of General and Field Officers, the Names printed in Italic are those of 
Officers retired from the Army, who have heen specially allowed to retain their Bank, bnt 
without rsoeiTing Pay or pfogftiriic Promotion. 

* OOetn pftMSt ia dtter oftlMM setloM «« ■Uowtd two yean* sddlfloiisl 
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CONTENTS. 



Aetions ov Batdet 448 

Ai^atanMjknend'i D«|Mrtiii«nt .... *114 
Adjotants of Raoraiting Distrlets *115, M8 

Afticaa Colonial Cosps Sfl8 

Aldea-de-Camp to the Queen 108 

Aldemey, Island of 443 

American Staff *116 

Artillery, Royal 964 

Bath, Officers of the Order of 463 

Battles or Actions 448 

Belflut Garrison 443 

Berwick (Harrison 443 

Brigadier Generals 116 

Cadets, Company of Gentlemen .... 371 

Canada Staff M16 

Cape Breton Garrison 443 

Cape Mounted Riflemen 960 

Capeof Good Hope Staff M16 

Captains Local Rank 70 

Carlisle Garrison 443 

Carrickfergus Garrison 443 

Ceylon Bifle Regiment 257 

CeylonStaff MlO 

Chaplains Department 416 

Chatham Depdt Staff *114 

Chelsea Hospital 446 

Chester Garrison « 443 

Colonels 32 

Commissariat Department 205, 405 

Dartmouth Garrison 443 

DepdtStoff *114 

Dragoon Guards 121 

Dragoons 128 

Dublin Garrison 443 

Dumbarton Castle 443 

Duncannon Fort 443 

Bdmburgh Castle 444 

Bngineers, Royal 282 

Held Marshals 5 

Foot Guards 144 

Foot (Numbered Regiments) 151 

Foreign Corps on Half-pay 432 

Foreign Orders 468 

Foreign Stations, Staff on *115 

Fort William 446 

Oalway Garrison 444 

Garrisons 443 

Garter, Order of 462 

Generals 6 

General Officers receiving Rewards for 

Distinguished Services 447 

German Legion 432 



GifnaUar Ganfison 444 

Gfmvesend and TDhury Fort 444 

Gteat Britain Staff *114 

Qoemsey, Island of ....• 444 

Half-payList 315 

Hibernian Military School 447 

Honorary Distinctions 448 

Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of. . . . 120 

Hull Garrison 444 

I JamaicaStaff •US 

Jersey, Island of 444 

Index 478 

Inspecting Field Officers 263 

Inverness Garrison 444 

Ionian Islands, Staff *115 

Ireland, Staff in *115 

Kinsale Garrison 443 

Land-Guard Fort 444 

lieutenant-Generals 10 

lieutenant-Colonels 53 

life-Guards 118,119 

light Dragoons 130 

Local Rank 115 

Londonderry and Culmore Garrison . • 444 

Maidstone Depdt Staff *114 

Major Generals 16 

Majors 83 

Malta Fencibles 262 

Malta Garrison 444 

Marines, Royal 202 

MauritiusStaff ,. . *116 

Medical Department 309,407 

Medical Department of Ordnance .... 287 

MUford Haven Garrison 444 

Military Departments 305,405 

MiUtary College 446 

Military Asylum 447 

Montroil Garrison 444 

New Brunswick Garrison 445 

Newfoundland Veteran Companies . . 161 

New Geneva Garrison 445 

North America Staff *115 

Nova Scotia Staff *116 

Order of the Garter 462 

Thistle 462 

St. Patrick 462 

Bath 463 

St. Michael and St George 468 

Orders, Foreign 468 

Ordnance Department 264 

Paymasters of Recruiting Districts 

♦116,263 

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Contents. 



Permanent Aiebtant Quarter -Mas- 

terM3eneral *1U 

PlaoentU GarriKm 446 

Plymoath Qarriion 446 

Portsmouth Ganiaon 446 

Prince Bdwaid'i Island m6y446 

Prorlsional Battalion at Chatham . . 261 
Qnarter-Master-Oeneral's Department *1I4 

Quebec Garrison 446 

Becroithig Staff *116,863 

Retired Officers on Fall Pay 316 

Rewards for Distinguished Serrices, 

Officers reoelTing 108 

RifleBrigade 26S 

Riding Establishment, Ordnance .... 873 

Bt. Helena Garrison 446 

8t John's Newfoundland 446 



St. Hawe's Garrison 446 

St Michael and St Geoige, Order of 468 

St Patrick, Order of 468 

Sappers and Miners 286 

ScariM>rough Castle 446 

Sheemess Garrison 446 

Staff at Head Quarters 117 

Staff and Miscellaneous Appoint-* 

ments {hM hy Gmimliiiofi) *114 

Stirling Castle 446 

Thistle, Order of 462 

Tower of London 446 

Tynemouth and Cliff Fort 446 

Western Australia, Staff of *116 

West India Regiments 264 

West India Staff *116 

Wight, Isle of 446 



THE 



NEW ANNUAL ARMY LIST 



1840. 



FIELD MARSHALS. 

9 m HIS GRACE ARTHUR, DUKE OF WELLINGTON, KG. GCB. GCH. 
Emign, 7 March, 1787 ; lAeut, 26 Dec. 87 ; Captain, 80 June, 91 ; Mt^or, 
30 April, 03; Lieut.-Colonely 30 Sept. 93; Colonel, 8 May, 96; Mqjor- 
General, 29 April, 02; Lieut. -General, 26 April, 08; General (in Spain 
and Portugal), 31 July, 11 ; Field Marshal, 21 June, 13. Colonel of the 
Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards, 22 Jan. 1827 ; Colonel-in-Chief of the 
BIfle Brigade, 19th Feb. 1820 ; Constable of the Tower of London, 29 Dec. 
1826; and Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 27 Dec. 1828. 

HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF HANOVER, KG. KP. GCB. Lieut. -General, 
18 May, 1798 ; General, 25 Sept. 1808 ; Field Marthal, 26 Nov. 1813. 

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, DUKE OF CAM- 
BRIDGE, KG. GCB. GCMG. GCH. Lieut, -General, 24 Aug. 1798; 
General, 26 Sept. 1803; Field Marahal, 26 Nov. 1813. Colonel of the 
Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 6 Sept. 1806; and Colonel-in-Chief of 
the 60tfa (or the King's Royal Rifle Corps), 22 Jan. 1827. 

HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF THE BELGIANS, KG. GCB. GCH. 
General, 2 May, 1816 ; Field Marshal, 24 May, 1816. 

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES 
EMANUEL, DUKE OF SAXE, PRINCE OF SAXE COBOURG 
AND GOTHA, KG. 8 Feb. 1840. 



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Notes to General Officers^ not being Colonels of Regiments. 

1 General Hon. Fred. St. John senred throughout the rebellion in Ireland in 1798. 
Serred also the two campaigns against the Mahrattas, as second in command under Lord 
Lake, including seven sieges and two general actions. 

2 His Royal Highness the Prince of Orange served in the Peninsula, firom 1811 to the 
end of the war, and has received a cross and two clasps for Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle. Severely wounded by a musket-ball through the 
left shoulder at Waterloo. 

3 Sir George Cockbum served at Gibraltar during the siege in 1782, as aide-de-camp to 
Lord Heathfield. 

4 General Dunne served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798. 

5 Sir Alex. Mackenzie served with Lord Moira*s army in the expedition to the relief of 
Ofttend in 1793. Was second in command at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 
1795. Commanded a division of the expedition against Naples, and afterwards the army in 
the two Calabrias. 

6 Lord Cork served in Flanders in 1793, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes 
and Dunkirk, at the former of which he was in the storming party. In 1794 he accompanied 
the expedition under Lord Moira ; was present at the battle of Alost, and made prisoner at 
the capitulation of Bergen*op-Zoom. Served with the Guards in Holland in 1799. Com- 
manded the first battalion of the Coldstream Guards in Egypt in 1801, and was present at 
the taking of Alexandria, and in the different engagements with the army under Sir Eyre 
Coote to the westward of Alexandria. 

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

8 Sir John Fraser served on board the Defence^ under Sir George Rodney, which ship, in 
the general action of the 16th Jan. 1780, engaged and made prize the Spanish Admiral's 
ship Phoenix, of superior force. Served afterwards at Gibraltar during the siege of 1780, 
1, and 2, and received two severe wounds, one by a splinter, and the other by a cannon 
shot which carried off his right leg. In 1804, when in command on the coast of Africa, he 
was attacked by a very superior force, and obliged to capitulate : the enemy's loss in killed 
on this occasion exceeded the British force at the commencement of the action. 

9 General Hon. John Brodrick served at the siege of Dunkirk in Sept. 1793; and in 
1794 in the actions of the 17th and 18th May, and at the taking of Fort St. Andr6. Served 
in the Peninsula in 1808 and the early part of 1809. 

10 General Scott's services : — Campaign of 1762 in Germany under Prince Ferdinand of 
Bnmswick ; and carried the colours of the 24th regiment in the action of Willimstall. and 
the attack of the British piquets on the Fulda. First American war in 1776 and 77, under 
General Burgoyne and Sir Henry Clinton, during which period he was frequently engaged 
with the enemy, and was in danger of being hanged as a spy. Camp£gns of 1793 and 4 in 
Flanders, under the Duke of York, including the action at Famars; sieges of Valenciennes, 
Dunkirk, and Newport ; attack on the village of Fremont ; and action of the 24th May, at 
which last he was wounded in the right thigh by a musket-ball. Commanded a brigade 
during the campaign of 1799 in Mysore, and was present at the siege and capture of Sering- 
^atam, for which he has received a medal. 

11 General Hon. Wm. M. Maitland served in the East Indies, and was present at the 
Btorming of Tippoo's lines, and siege of Seringapatam, at which last he was wounded. 

12 Lord Lorton served at the taking of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe, and was 
engaged in the different actions of that campaign, and received a contusion at Point-a* 
Petre. 

13 General George Mitchell served in Flanders in 1793, 4, and 5, including the actions 

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from Toamaj to Bremen ; sieges of Valendeiines and Dunkirk ; and the actions at FamarSr 
Cateao, Thuyl, and Geldermalien. 

14 General M'Kenrie served the caropains of 1794 on the Continent, including the several 
actions between the Wael and Rhine ; forcing the enemj from St. Andr^ ; sortie from Ni- 
mcigQcn ; and the actions at Thuyl and Greldermalsen. Served also on the eastern coast of 
S|>ain under Sir Wm. Henry Clinton. 

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

16 Sir Wm. Wilkinson served in South Carolina at the latter end of the first American 
war. At the commencement of the French Revolution he served in the Mediterranean as a 
marine officer, landed at Toulon, where he acted as Town Mi^or. Served also in Corsica ; 
in the rebellion in Ireland ; in Malta ; in Egypt (under Sir Ralph Abercromby) ; and in the 
East Indies. 

1 7 General Robertson's services : — ^Taking of Goree. In every action in India under Sir 
Eyre Coote and Lord Comwallis. With the storming parties at Nundy Droog, Bangalore, 
and Savandroog. Siege and capture of Pondicherry in 1793. Storming of the French 
lines before Cuddalore. 

18 €len«al Wood served as a Major-General on the staff in the East Indies, and was 
actively employed in the Nepaul war. 

19 General White served the campaigns in Flanders, including the sieges of Valenciennes 
and Dunkirk ; and the action and storming of Lincelles. 

20 General Dilkea's services : — Campaigns of 1793, 4, and 5 on the Continent, indudiqg 
the different actions. Rebellion in Ireland in 1798. Blzpedition to the Helder in 1799, in- 
cluding the different actions. Served in the Peninsula during 1810 and part of 1811, and 
was second in command at the battle of Banrosa, for which he has received a medal. 

21 General Bonham served upwards of 22 years in the West Indies, and aoted as chief of 
the QuMter-Msster-General's department on the two expeditions against St. Lucie and 
Tobago, and Demerara and Berbice ; on the latter he was second in command. He was 
also present at the storming of Mome Fortun6e, St. Lucie, on the night of the 2nd 
June, 1803. 

22 Sir Thomas Saumares served in the first American war from 1775 to ita termination, 
and was present in several of the principal actions, and at the sieges of Charlestown, and 
Yorktown, at which last he waa made prisoner. 

23 General Saunders has seen a great deal of service in the West Indies, and wu 
actively employed against Demerara, St. Eustatia, and St. Vincent. During two years' 
service in Martinique and St. Lucie he waa present in the engagements of the Vigie, Gros 
islet, Cul de Sac, and Camagie. Accompanied General bird's army to Egypt in 1801. 
Proceeded to the Peninsula in June, 1809, and commanded the 61st regiment at the battle 
of Talavera, for which he has received a medal. 

24 Sir Warren M. Peaoocke served during the rebellion in Ireland, and waa present at the 
affair at Antrim, and at the battle of Ballynahinch. Served in Egypt in 1801. Accom- 
panied the expedition to Hanover in 180.^ ; and that to Copenhagen in 1807* Embarked 
for the Peninsula, Dec 1808; and in June, 1809. he was appoint<^ by Lord Wellington to 
command a brigade, and subsequently to the command of Lisbon. 

25 General Goldie served during the rebellion in Ireland in 1798. Served also in the 
Peninsula for a few months in 1812. 

26 General Eden served in FUnders in 1794, and in Holland in 1795. Served also at the 
capture of Java in 1811, for which he has received a medal. 

27 Lieut- General Thornton served with the Guarda in Flanders, Holland, and Ger- 
many, in 1794 and 5. 

28 LieuL-Generai Thomas served in the first American war, and was present at the 
several landings on Staten, Long, and York Islands ; the battle of the 27th Aug. 1776 on 
Long Island ; capture of Ports Lee and Wsshington ; battles of Brandywine and German' 
town, at which last he received two balls in his head. Proceeded to the West Indies in 
1778. and was prcaeift at the capture of St. Lucie, and in the battle of the Vigie. Served 
on board the ConuoaU in the action off Grenada, between Admiral Byron and the Comtf 
d*Estaignea 6th July, 1779 ; also on board the Conqueror in the action between Admiral 
Parker and La Motte Ilcqoet, in Fort Royal Bay, Martinique, 19th Dec. 1779 ; and in the 
snooeasive actions between Rear Admiral Rowley with the Comte de Guichen off Martinique, 
17th April following. Present at the capture of Port-au-Prince, 4th June, 1794. Served 
also in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. , 

29 Lient.-General O'Loghlin served the campaign of 1794, in Flanders, and was wonnden 
at the battle near Toumay. Commanded the brigade of Life Guards in the Peninsula. 

30 Licut..General Rebow was at the taking of Martinique, St. LucU and Goadaloup^ 

in 1794, at which last he was severely wounded through both thighs. Served in the Peoin- 

aala in 1812. 

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31 Iiettt.-6eiieral GosgeUn lerved in the ezpedidon agsfaist €renoa noder Lord Wm. 
Bentinck, and snbsequently in the American war. 

32 Iiietit.-OenefaI Dillon served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798. 

33 Lient-General Darroch*8 services :— -Rebellion in Ireland, 1796. Expedition to 
Hanover, 1805. Expedition to South America, 1807. Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, 
And 11, including the affair near Carvalhos, passage of the Douro, and attack of Soult's 
rear-guard at Salamonde. 

34 Sir Thomas Molyneux served at the taking of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe 
in 1794. 

35 Lieut. -General Benj. Gordon served in India for twenty years, between 1788 and 1811, 
and was present in most of the battles, sieges, and assaults which took place, including the 
storming of Seringapatam. 

36 Sir Wm. Hutchinson was actively employed in the West Indies in 1793 and 4, including 
the taking of Jeronomie, Cape St. Nichola Mole, Cape Tiberoun, and storming of Fort 
L*Acul, at which last he was wounded. Served in tiie expedition to the Helder in 1799, 
and was severely wounded at the battle of Egmont-op-Zee. Accompanied the expedition 
to Copenhagen, under Lord Nelson, 1801. Served a short period on the staff in the Penin- 
sula in 1812. 

37 Sir Alexander Halkett's services : — Capture of Martinique, St* Lucia, and Guadaloupe, 
1794. Ostend, under Sir Eyre Coote, where he was taken prisoner. Expedition to the 
Helder in 1 799, where he was twice wounded. Capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. 

38 Lieut.-Gen. Buller served the campaigns of 1793 and 94 in Zanders, and subsequently 
in the West Indies, including the siege of St. Lucia, and reduction of Grenada. 

39 General Clay was at the taking of Martinique and St. Lucia in 1794, including the 
storming of Mome de Pierre (led the forlorn hope), siege and reduction of Forts Louis and 
Bourbon. Accompanied the expedition under Sir James Pnlteney to Belle Isle, Ferrol, and 
Tigo Bay. Served in Egypt in 1801, and was present in the actions of the 13th and 21st 
March, the siege of Alexandria, and other affairs of less importance. Medal for services in 
Egypt 

40 Lieut.-General T. L'Estrange served in the first American war. 

41 Lieut. -General Glegg served at the taking of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe 
in 1794. 

42 Sir Charles Phillips was at the taking of Martinique, St. Luda, and Guadaloupe in 
1794, including the siege of Fort Bourbon. Served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the 
Egyptian medal. 

43 Lieut.-General Reynardson served in Eg3rpt in 1801, and at Wakheren in 1809. 
Medal for services in Egypt. 

44 Lord Carysfort's services : Campaign of 1796 in Germany under the Arehdnke Chflt'les^ 
including the siege of Kehl. Rebellion in Ireland, 1798. Employed afterwards on the 
Continent, and was present with the Russian army at the battie of Zurich. Campaign in 
Egypt, as Aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercromby and Lord Hutchinson. Expedition to 
Sweden, and afterwards to Spain under Sir John Moore, including the battie of Corunna. 
Embarked for Walcheren July 1809, and served in the reserve in South Beveland. Accom- 
panied the Guards to Spain in 1811, and served there until 1813, including the defence of 
Tnrifa. Campaign of 1814, in Holland, including the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom, on which 
occasion he commanded a brigade of Guards. 

45 Liettt.-General Hon. T. E. Capel served the campaigns in Flanders under the Duke of 
York. Employed on the staff at Cadiz in 1811. 

46 Lieut.- General Mundy served in Ireland during the rebelUon in 1798. 

46* Sir Henry Edw. Bunbury served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of the 
19th Sept., 2d and 6th October. Served also in the expedition to Naples and Calabria in 
1805 and 6, and was present at the battle of Maida, for which he has received a medal. 

47 General M'Nair served on the coast of France and in the Mediterranean in 1795; 
capture of Malta, 1798; expedition to Cadiz, 1800; Egyptian campaign, 1801 (medal); 
<»pture of Martinique in 1809, for which he has also received a medal. 

48 Lieut. -General Mawby served at Toulon in 1793, and at Corsica in 1794, including 
the siege of Calvi, and storming of the Mozelle Fort. 

49 Lieut-General Mainwaring served at the reduction of Martinique in 1794. Accom- 
panied the 51st regiment to Corunna in 1808. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809, where he 
took two eight-pounders, and many prisoners. Served in the Peninsula in 1811, and was 
present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor and the second siege of Badajoz. 

50 Lieut. -General Hon. John Meade served in Holland under the Duke of York. Ac- 
companied the expeditions to the Ferrol and to Portugal, 1800. Served also in the Peninsula, 
and commanded the 45th regiment at the battie of Busaco, for which he has received a 
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51 LienL-General Elliot serred at the taking of the French colonies in die West Indies ie 
1794, and of the Danish colonies in 1808. 

52 Sir Loftns W. Otway serred in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798, and was present in 
the action at Vinegar Hill. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808 as a Major in the 18ch 
Hussars, and on the I3th of Dec., at Rueda, he surprised and captured the whole of the 
French Cavalry out-lying piquet. On the 16th following, near to Valladolid, whilst e« de- 
convert, he encountered Colonel Antignac, commandant of the 22d Chasseurs k Cheral, at 
the head of a strong force ; charged and routed him ; took the Colonel prisoner, and more 
of his Chasseurs than he had Dragoons to guard them, and brought them all into Head 
Quarters, horses, men, arms, and baggage. At Benerente, whilst commanding the out-lying 
piquet, he was opposed to Lient.-General Le Ferre (for nearly an hour) at the head of sii 
squadrons of the Imperial Guard ; charged and broke his advanced-guard, whose commanding 
officer was killed, and whose sword he took. In the affair of Campo Mayor he gained the 
rear of the enemy, and captured between five and six hundred men and their entire batter- 
ing train (sixteen 24-pounders), and brought them part of the way back, but was obliged to 
abandon his capture with the exception of sixteen prisoners and one tumbril, the enemy 
being in possession of the road by which he was to return. At Albuhera he commanded the 
three regiments of Portuguese Cavalry, which covered the left flank of the army. 

53 Sir Robert Barton served the campaign of 1 799 in Holland, and was present in the 
actions of the 8th, 10th, and 19th September. Accompanied the Life Guards to the Penin- 
sola, iHiere he served for a short period. 

54 Sir Wm. Paterson served at the taking of the French West India Islands in 1794. 
Served slso in the last American war, and was present at several operations in the Chesapeak, 
and vrith the expedition against New Orleans, where he was severely wounded. 

55 Sir John W. Guise served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the Egyptian medal. 
Proceeded with the expedition to Hanover in 1805. Served afterwards in the Peninsals, 
and commanded the 3d Foot Guards at the battles of Fuentes d*Onor, Salamanca, Vittoris, 
and the Nive, for which he has received a cross. 

56 Sir Charles Wm. Doyle served in Holland in 1793 and 94, including the actions st 
Famars and Lannoy. Expedition to the Texel, 1796. Actively employed in the West 
Indies in 1796, 97, and 98. Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; wounded in Uie action of the 
21st March. Employed in the Peninsula with the Spanish armies, and was wounded in the 
shoulder at the siege of Tarragona. Medal for services in Egypt. 

57 Sir Jsmes CUithurst was at the capture of Surinam under Sir Tho. Trigge. Egyptian 
campaign of 1801 (medal). Expedition to Hanover, 1805. Served in Poland vrith the 
Russian and Prussian armies, and was present in several of the principal actions. Sieges of 
Stralsund and Copenhagen, 1807. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and was present st 
the^Mttles of Roleia, Vimiera, Comnna, Talavera, and Busaco, for which he has received 
a cross* 

58 lient-Genersl Hon. H. O. Trevor commended the Coldstream Guards at the battle 
of Salamanca, for which he has received a medal. 

59 Sir Howard Douglas served in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 9, and was present at 
the battle of Coranna. Served afterwards at Walcheren, indnding the siege and bombard- 
ment of Flushing. 

60 Lieut-GeneFsl A. P. Upton served in the Peninsula as an Assistant Quarter-Master 
General, and has received a medal and one clasp for the battles of Vittoris and the Nive. 

61 Lieat.-Gencral Huskisson served in the field in India under Lord Lake, and subse- 
quently at the siege of Ryghur, and at the capture of several towns and forts. In October, 
1818, commended at Candeish, at the taking of Behauderpore and Amulneir. 

62 Lient.-General Maister served with the expedition to the Holder in 1799, and was pre- 
sent in the actions of the 10th SepL, 2nd and 6Uk Oet. at which last he received four wounds. 

63 Lient.-General Hon. George Murray served the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 and 14 
in command of the 2nd Life Guuds. 

64 Sir Henry Askew served in Holland and Flanders in 1794 and 95. Expedition to 
Walcheren, 1809. Peninsula from Sept. 1812, to the end of the war (medal for the battle 
of the Nive). Campaign of 1815, and wounded at Quatre Bras. 

65 Lieut.-General S. Brown served in Egypt in 1801. Employed in Portugal in 1801, 
and was present as a volunteer at the battle o( Roleia. 

66 Lieut.-6eneral Herbert served on the Continent with the army under Lord Moira, 
and the Duke of York. Engaged during the Carib war m St. Vincent's ; at Port-au-Prince 
in St Domingo ; and at Fort Irvis during the siege. Served also at the siege of Copen- 
hagen in 1807. 

67 Lient.-General Sslrin served in the first American war, and was present at the battles 
of Braadywine and German Town, siege of Chsriestown, battle of Giulford Court House 
(wounded), and siege of York Town, in Virginia. 

CS Lieut. -General Newbery served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798. 

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69 Lieat.-Genenl Blommart served in the West Indies, and was present at the snr* 
render of Demerara and Berbice. Served also with the expedition to the Uelder in 1799, 
including the actions of the 2nd, 3rd, and 6th October. 

70 Sir George A. Qaentin served in the Peninsula in command of the 10th Hussars, and 
has received a medal and one clasp for the battles of Orthes and Toulouse. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

71 Sir Alexander Woodford served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and two 
clasps for the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Nive. Served also the campaign of 
1815, and was present at Waterloo. 

72 Sir Henry Fred. Bouverie served in the Peninsula as an Assistant Adjutant-General, 
and has received a cross and one clasp for Salamanca, Vittoria, San Sebastian, Nive, 
and Orthes. 

73 Major- General Strutt served at Gibraltar, from March, 1782, to the termination of 
the siege. On the Continent during the campaigns of 1794 and 95. Actively employed in 
the island of St. Vincent during the latter part of 1795 and early part of 1796 ; in the action 
of the 8th Jan. he received three wounds, viz : in the mouth, in the breast by a buck-shot, 
and above the right knee by a musket-ball, which buried itself in the bone, and occasioned 
amputation of the right leg. 

74 Major-General Bradshaw was actively employed in St. Domingo in 1793, 94, and 95, 
and commanded at St. Mare's and Tiburon, when those posts were attacked by the enemy. 
Senred in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798. Expedition to the Ferrol, 1800, Egyptian 
campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 2l8t March. Medal for 
senices in Egypt. 

75 Baron Low has received a medal and one clasp for the battles of Talavera and 
Salamanca. 

76 Count Alten served on the Continent during the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, in- 
cluding the battles of Famars, Houdschooten and Hoogleede ; sieges of Valenciennes and 
Menin ; and attack near Nimeguen. Accompained the expedition to the North of Ger- 
many, 1805 ; to Copenhagen, 1807 ; to Gottenburg, 1808, and afterwards to Portugal and 
Spain under Sir John Moore. Proceeded with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, and 
▼as present at the siege of Flushing. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, from February, 
IBll, to the end of the war, and has received a cross and three clasps for the battles of Al- 
bnhera, Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Independent of the 
aboTe, Count Alten was personally engaged in a great many actions of less importance. 
Senred also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at 
which last he was severely and dangerously wounded. 

J7 Major-General Scott served in St. Domingo in 1794 and 95. Rebellion in Ireland, 
1798. Expedition to the Ferrol and Cadiz, under Sir James Pulteney. Egyptian campaign 
of 1801, including the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, in which last he was 
s<^erely contused on the breast by a musket-ball. Medal for services in Egypt. 

78 Major-General Wm. H. Beck with was at the siege of Fort Matilda and capture of 
Gaadaloupe in 1794. Served also the campaign of 1799 in Holland. 

79 Sir George Leith served in India under Sir Wm. Meadows and Lord Cornwallis, in- 
cluding the sieges of Bangalore and Savandroog, storming of Tippoo's lines, 6th Feb. 1792, 
and the subsequent siege of Seringapacam. 

80 Major-General Robertson was at the reduction of the French West India Islands by 
Sir Charles Grey in 1794, including the taking of Forts Bourbon and Royal ; also at Mome 
Fortunee, the storming of Fleor d*Epee, attack of Point Petre, and siege of Fort Matilda, 
^f^ed in Holland, and was severely wounded near Alkmaar. Proceeded with the expe- 
dition to Naples and Calabria, and was present at the battle of Maida, for which he has 
received a medal. In 1812 he took the islands of Lagosta and Cuzzola. Joined the 
Austrian army under the command of Count Nugent, and was present at the capture of 
Trieste, and the affairs at Ferrara, Reggio, and Parma. 

81 Viscount de Chabot served in Holland in 1799 ; in Spain under Sir John Moore ; 
^th the expedition to Walcheren ; and subsequently in the Peninsula until I8I0. 

82 Sir Patrick Ross served the Mysore campaign under Lord Harris, including the battle 
of Mallavelly and siege of Seringapatam ; with the divisions under Sir Arthur Wellesley in 
the campaign of 1801 against the Mahratta chief Dhoondiah ; from Feb. 1802 to 1804, in 
the Mahratta country, and at the reduction of the ceded prorinces. Served also in the 
Peuinsttla as Lient.-Colonel of the 48th regiment, and in command of Lord Hill's brigade 
rf British Infantay untU 1810. 

S3 Major-General D. Walker's services : — St. Domingo in 1794 and 95, including the 
^ogagement at Tibnron, reduction of Port-au-Prince, and action near Bizotan. Campaign 
<if 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 10th Sept.^ 2nd and 9th Oct. Egyptian 
^fsign of 1801, including the attack on the green hill to the east of Alexandria, and the 
ariring in of the enemy*s piquet in August. Battle of Maida, 1806. Capture of the island 

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Notes to the General Officers. 

of lochia, Jane, 18Q9. Peninsula, from 1812 to the end of the war, inclndtng the battle of 
Castella, at which he commanded a brigade. 

84 Major-General Palmer senred in the Peninsula with the 10th Hussars. 

85 Major-General EUice senred with the expedition to South America, and waa present 
at the capture of Buenos Ayres. 

86 Sir Maurice O'Connell served at Dominica, and commanded the light Company of 
the 46th regiment at Roseau, 22nd Feb. 1805, and successfully resisted the repeated attacks 
of a very superior French force. 

87 Major-General Gordon was at the siege of Pondicherry, battle of Argaum, sieges of 
Asseerghur, Gawilghur, and various other hill forts. Served also at Walcheren, 1809. 

88 Sir James Macdonell served with the expedition to Naples and Calabria in 1805 and 6, 
including the battle of Maida, for which he has received a medal. Served afterwards in 
Portugal, Spain, France, and Flanders. 

89 Sir Andrew Pilkington served on board the Channel Fleet in 1793 and 94 ; com- 
manded a company of the Queen* s Royals on board the Royal George, in Lord Howe's 
action of Ist June, 1794. and received two splinter wounds. Employed in the West Indies 
in 1795, 6, and 7, including the c^ture of Trinidad. Rebellion in Ireland, 1798. Expe* 
ditions to the Helder, 1799, and 1805. In 1814, commanded a brigade at the reduction 
of the islands in Passamaquoddy Bay. On passage to India in 1800, he waa severely 
wounded in the defence of the Kent East Indiaman against a large French privateer. 

90 M^or-General Bethune served in Holland in 1799, and was severely wounded in the 
lungs at the battle of Alkmaar. Served on board the Beiiona at Copenhagen, under Lord 
Nelson, and received a wound from a cannon -shot, which lacerated his lower jaw. 

91 Sir John Gardiner served in Lord Moira's expedition in Flanders and Holland in 
1794 and 95. Actively employed in the West Indies, from 1795 to 1802. Accompanied 
the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Served in the Peninsula during 1813 and 14, and 
commanded a brigade at the battles of the Nivelle and Orthes, for which he has received a 
medal and a clasp. Commanded the Infimtry Brigade that took possession of Bourdeaux. 
and in the various operations which took place in the neighbourhood of that town, until 
the embarkation of the army for America. 

92 Major-General Middlemore served in the Peninsula with the 48th r^ment, and has 
received a medal for the battle of Talavera. 

93 Sir Wm. G. Davy commanded the 5th battalion of the 60th regiment at the battles of 
Roleia, Yimiera, and Talavera, and has received a medal and a clasp. 

94 Sir Charles Wm. Maxwell served on the Western Coast of Africa in 1809, and reduced 
the French colony of Senegal. 

95 Major-General Mark Napier served on the eoast of France in 1794 and 95. Six 
years in the Mediterranean ; at Minorca and in Egypt present with his regiment in action. 
In the West Indies several years, and commanded the 90th regiment at the capture of 
Guadeloupe, for which he has received a medal. 

96 Major-Greneral Wardlaw commanded the 76th regiment at the battle of the Nive, for 
which he has received a medal. 

97 Major-General Yates served in Egypt in 1801, and has receiTed the Egyptian 
medal. 

98 Sir James Kearney served at Walcheren in 1809. 

99 Major-General Owen's serrices: — Capture of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guade- 
loupe in 1794 ; at the repulse of the enemy's attack at Berville, in Guadeloupe, he was 
severely wounded. Rebellion in Ireland, 1798. Campaign of 1799 in Holland. 

100 Sir John F. Fits Gerald commanded a light battalion and a brigade in the Peninsula, 
and has received a cross for Badajox, Salamanca, Yittoria, and the Pyrenees. 

101 Major-General Shortall served on the Continent under the Duke of York, in 
1794 and 95. 

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

103 Sir Wm. C. Eustace commanded the Chasseurs Brittaniques at the battles of Fuentes 
d*Onor and Salamanca, and has received a medal and a clasp. 

104 Lord Greenock served in the Helder expedition, 1799 ; in Naples and Sicily, 1805 
and 6 : at Walcheren, including the siege of Flushing, 1809 ; in the Peninsula, including 
the battles of Barrosa, Salamanca, and Yittoris^ for which he has received a medal and two 
clasps ; and in the Netherlands and France, in 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

105 Major-General Effingham Lindsay was actively employed at St. Domingo in 1793 
and 94. Served the campaigns of 1803, 4, and 5 in India under Lord Lake ; commanded 
the column which captured by assault the fort of Deig, where he was wounded ; and com- 
manded the right column of attack against Bhurtpore, and was severely wounded. 

106 Sir Alexander Leith served in Holland in 1799, and was severely wounded and lost 

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Notes to the General Officers, 

in eye. Commanded the 3l8t regiment in the battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive,. 
and Orthes, for which he has received a cross and a clasp. 

107 Sir John Browne served in the Peninsnla with the Portuguese army, and received 
five wonnds in action with the enemy on the 18th Feb. 1811. 

108 The Hon* Sir R. L. Dundas served in the Peninsula with the Royal Staff Corps, and 
has received a cross and three clasps for the battles of Talavera, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyre- 
nees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. 

109 Major-General Hon. Hugh Arbuthnott served at the Helder, 1799. Expedition to 
the Baltic, and battle of Copenhagen, 1801 ; and again with the second expedition in 1807. 
Served with the expedition to Sweden, and in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula under the Duke of Wellington. Medal for the battle of 
Bo8aco, where he commanded the 52nd Foot. 

110 Sir Robert Arbuthnot served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798, including the 
battle of Ballynahinch. Capture of the Cape of Goc^ Hope, 1806. Expedition to South 
America, 1807 (taken prisoner). Served in the Peninsula, from 1808 to the end of the 
mr (with the exception of the first part of 1813), and has received a cross and three clasps 
for Busaco, Albuhera, Badajoz, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Independent of the 
above, he was personally engaged at the battle of Corunna, the siege and storming of 
Cittdad Rodrigo, and in a great many operations of less importance. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

111 Major-General L'Estrange commanded the 31st regiment at the battle of Albuhera,. 
and has received a medal. 

112 Sir Thomas Pearson served at the Helder in 1799, including the actions of the 27th 
Aug., 2nd and 6th October. Expedition to the Ferrol, 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801, 
including the storming of the heights of Abonkir (severely wounded in the thigh), and 
actions of the 13th and 2lBt March. Siege and capture of Copenhagen, 1807. Capture of 
Martinique, 1809. Peninsular campaigns during the latter part of 1810 and 1811, including 
tbe first siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, and action at Fuentes Guinaldo, at which last 
he received a severe wound which shattered the thigh-bone. Served also throughout the 
American war, including the action at Chrystler's Farm, attack and capture of Oswego, 
actions at Chippewa and Lundy's Lane (wounded in the aito). Siege of Fort Erie, where 
he was dangerously wounded by a rifle-ball in the head, in an attack made by the Americana 
on the British position. Medal and a clasp for the battles of Albuhera and Chrystler's 
Farm. 

113 Sir Dngald Gilmour's services: — Expedition to Quiberon Bay, 1795. Taking of the 
colonies of Demerara, Esequibo and Berbice, 1796. Campaign of 1799 in Holland, under 
the Duke of York, including the battles of Bergen, and on the 2nd and 6th Oct. at Cas- 
tricom, where he was severely wounded in the head, and taken prisoner. In May, 1805, he 
was promoted to a Majority in the 95th (Rifle Brigade), and served with it at the invest- 
ment of Copenhagen, the battle of Keog, and the march through Zealand, until the sur> 
reader of the town. Went in command of three companies of the 1st battalion Rifle 
Brigade under Sir John Moore, to Sweden ; from whence he joined Sir Arthur Wellesley's 
aimy near Vimiera, shortly after the battle. On the retreat from Salamanca he was on the 
rear.guard the whole way, almost constantly engaged with the enemy, and at Calcavellas 
lost out of a picquet of 300 men one officer and one serjeant-major killed, and nearly ninety 
men taken prisoners or killed. At the battle of Corunna he commanded the left wing of 
Ms regiment on the right of our line. In June, 1809, he returned to Portugal with the let 
battalion of the Rifle Brigade, and arrived at Talavera early in the morning of the day the 
enemy retired, and was engaged with his skirmishers. In 1810 marched to Almeida, and 
was with the advanced guard on the Coa and Agueda, during the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo 
by Massena, from which period he commanded his regiment. On the rear-guard at the 
passage of the Coa near Almeida, on the retreat, when the regiment suffered a severe loss in 
defending the bridge. Skirmishes before and battle of Busaco, and from thence to the 
l^nes. In the retreat of Massena in 1811, he was engaged in the different skirmishes at 
Pombal, Redinha, Sabugal, Foz d'Aronce, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and Guinaldo. Re- 
joined his regiment in Aug. 1813 at Lesacca, in the Pyrenees (having been sent to England 
by a board of health), and was engaged in the different skiroaishes in the mountains ; the 
passages of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and the vicinity of Bayonne ; actions at Vic Bi- 
gorre, and Tarbes, and, finally, at the battle of Toulouse. Sir Dugald has received a cross 
for the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Nive, and Toulouse. 

114 Sir Gregory Way embarked with the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; was ship- 
wrecked on the Dutch coast and taken prisoner. Proceeded with the expedition to South 
America, and commanded the right wing of the Infantry Brigade at the storming of Buenos 
^jres. Served under Sir Brent Spencer off Cadiz, and from thence joined the army under 
the Duke of Wellington ; present at the battle of Roleia, actions of the 10th, 11th, and 12tk 

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Notes to the General Officers, 

Maj, at and near Oporto, passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, and Albnhera, at whirli 
last he commanded the 29th regiment, and has received a medal. 

115 Sir James Douglas served in the Peninsula with the Portuguese army, and has 
received a cross and three clasps for the battles of Busaoo, Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivellc, 
Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

116 Sir John Waters has received a medal and a dasp for Badajoz and Salamanca. 
Served the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

117 Sir Wm. Macbean served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798, including the 
action at Vinegar Hill and capture of Wexford. Luided with the army in Portugal in Aug. 
1808, and served throughout the Peninsular war, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, 
Corunna, Busaco, and Salamanca. Siege, assault, and capture of San Sebastian, passages 
of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive, and investment of Bayonne, at which last he was 
severely wounded, as also in opposing a French division on its advance to Lamego in 1810. 
Sir William has received a cross for Busaco, Salamanca, San Sebastian, and the Nive. 

118 Sir Wm. Parker Carrol served in Holland in 1796 ; and with the expedition to Sooth 
America in 1807, including the storming of Buenos Ayres. Served with the Spanish amy 
from 1808 to the end of the war; was personally engaged in twenty-four actions, and 
wounded at Durango, 3l8t Oct. 1808, and again on the 28th Nov. 1809 in action with the 
enemy*s cavalry on the Tormes. Medal for the battle of Albuhera. 

119 Sir Henry W. Rooke served in Holland in 1799, including the actions of the 27th 
Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th October. Served also the campaigns of 1814 and 
15 in Holland, Flanders, and Prance, including the bombardment of the French fleet at 
Antwerp, attack on Bergen-op-Zoom, and actions at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

120 M^or-General Clitherow served at Walcheren in 1809 ; proceeded to the Peninsula 
in 1810, and was severely wounded at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and again at the siege 
of Burgos. 

121 Major-General the Hon. Henry B. Lygon served in the Peninsula, from March, 
1809 to Sept. 1810, and again from Feb. 1814 to the end of the war, including the capture 
of Oporto, battle of Talavera, and passage of the Coa. Severely wounded in the neck, 28th 
Aug. 1810, in Mas8ena*s advance to the battle of Busaco. 

122 Mi^or-General the Hon. Edward P. Lygon served in the Peninsula, from Nov. 1812, 
to the end of the war, including the battle of Vittoria. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

123 Sir John Geo. Woodford served in the Peninsula as an Assistant* Quarter-Master- 
General, and has received a cross for the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

124 Major-General Hamilton served on the Continent under the Duke of York in 1794. 
Embarked for the West Indies in 1795, and was at the capture of St. Lucia the following 
year. Served in Egypt in 1801. Commanded the 44th regiment at the battle of Waterloo, 
and was wounded. 

125 Sir David Ximenes commanded the 62nd regiment at the capture of Genoa, undt^r 
Lord Wm. Bentinck, in 1814; and afterwards at Castine, in America, under Sir John 
Sherbrook. 

126 Major-General Colquhoun served in Flanders under the Duke of York, and wns 
wounded and taken prisoner in 1795. Employed in Ireland during the rebellion, 17l>^. 
Served also, for a short period, in Portugal. 

127 Major-General Nicol has received a medal for the battle of the Nive. 

128 Sir Wm. Tuyll served at the Helder in 1799 ; and in Portugal, Spain, and Walcheren, 
in 1808 and 9, as aide-de-camp to the present Maniuis of Anglesey. 

129 Sir George H. F. Berkeley served in Egypt in 1807. In 1809 he was appointed 
Assistant- Adjutant-General to the army in Portugal, and was present in the actions of the 
10th, 11th, and 12th May, 1809, passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Fuentes 
d'Onor, Salamanea, Vittoria, and the Nive; and sieges of Badajoz and San Sebaytiau. 
Served also the campaign of 1615, including the battle of Waterloo. He has received a 
cross and three clasps. 

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

131 Sir Charles Napier has a medal for the battle of Corunna, where he was made pri- 
soner, after receiving five wounds. Also severely wounded at the battle of Busaco. 

132 Sir Jeremiah Dickson served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter-Master - 
General, and has received a cross and a clasp for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrrnre<. 
Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle «•( 
Waterloo. 

1.33 Sir Charles Wade Thornton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, and 
lost an arm by a cinnon^shot at Lannot. 

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Notes to t/ie General Officers, 

134 Sir Henry King was at the nege of Porto Rico, and capture of Trinidad in 1797. 
Whilst qoartered at Marin, to windward of Martinique, he was ordered to proceed in a 
small vessel to SL Pierre, with a detachment of twenty-six men, to form a guard for the 
SuTcmor, Sir Wm. Keppel ; encountered a French privateer oiT the Diamond Rock, mount- 
ing four long nines, with seventy men on hoard, which after a sharp action of twenty 
minutes, was beaten off with a loss of ten men killed and fifteen woundea. Sir Henry having 
only one man killed, and himself wounded in the shoulder. Served the Egyptian campaign , 
of 1801, including the action at the landing at Aboukir Bay, siege of the castle, and actions 
of the 21st March, and 9th May at Rahmanie, at which latter he commanded a squadron - 
of the 26th Light Dragoons, and lost his right leg. Expedition to Walcheren, and siege of 
Flushing, 1809. Appointed Commandant of Tarifa in 1810, and for his services at its 
defence his commission as Lieut.-Col. was antedated to the day of the assault, 31 Dec. 
1811. Joined Lord Wellington's army a few days after the battle of Salamanca ; com- 
manded the 82nd at the battle of Vittoria, and towards the close of the action the command 
of the brigade devolved on him. Sir Henry has received the Egyptian medal, and a medal 
for the battle of Vittoria. 

135 Sir Evan J. M. MacGregor served at Cadiz, the latter part of 1810 and beginning of 
1811, as Assistant- Adjutant-Gteneral, and subsequently in the East Indies in the same de- 
partment, and was severely wounded in the operations of the army under SirThos. Hislop, 
27th Feb. 1818. 

136 Sir Edward Gibbs commanded the 52nd regiment at Ciudad RodrigO| Badajox, and 
Vittoria, and haa received a medal and two clasps. 

137 Sir George Napier has received a medal and a clasp for Martinique and Ciudad 
Rodrigo, at which latter he lal the storming party of the light Division, and was severely 
wounded (right arm amputated) in ascendii^^ the breach. Also severely wounded at Cazal 
Nova, and slightly at Busaco. 

138 Sir Clurles Broke Vere served at the Helder, 1799 ; with the expedition to Hanover, 
1805; to South America, 1807, including the attack on Buenos Ayres'; and subsequently in 
the Peninsula, and has received a cross and five clasps for Albuhera, Badajoz, Salamanca, 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toidouse. Served also the campaign of 
1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

139 The Hon. Sir Hercules Pakenham served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Adjutant- 
General, and has received a cross for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz. 

140 Sir John Harvey served in Holland in 1794 and 95 ; at the capture of the Cape of 
Good Hope, 1796 ; in Egypt, 1801 ; campaigns in India, under Lord Lake, including the 
siege of Bhurtpore, and the subsequent operations against the Mahratta chief, Holkar. 
Served in the American war during the campaigns of 1813 and 14, and was wounded before 
Port Erie, 6th Aug. 1814. Medal for Chrystler's Farm. 

141 Sir Leonard GreenweU accompanied the expedition to South America, and was 
present at the attack on Buenos Ayres, where he was severely wounded. Landed in Por- 
tugal, Aug. 1808, and served throughout the Peninsular war (except on two occasions when 
absent in consequenoe of wounds) including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storm and cap. 
ture of Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, and Orthes. Sir Leonard has been shot through the 
Deck, the body, both arms, and wounded in one leg. Medal and two clasps. 

142 Sir Greorge Scovell served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, 
and from 1813 in command of the Staff Corps of Cavalry. Served also the campaign of 
1815, and was present at the battle of Waterioo. Sir George has received a cross and 
one clasp for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. 

143 Lord Downes served throughout the Peninsular war as an aide-de-camp to Sir John 
Cradock, and afterwards to the Duke of Wellington. His lordship has received a cross and 
a clasp for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse ; and was 
woanded at Talavera. 

144 Sir Robert Henry Dick commanded the 42nd Highlanders in the battles of Busaco, 
Paentes d'Onor, and Salamanca, for which he has received a medal and two clasps. Served 
ilao the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Quatre Bras. 

145 Sir Neil Douglas served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; expedition to Sweden 
^ 1808, and subsequently to Portugal and Spain, including the batde of Corunna ; expe* 
ition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing, 1809 ; in Uie Peninsula from Dec. 1809 to Jan. 
i^U, and again from April, 1813, to the end of the war, including the siege of Cadiz, and 
o^es of Busaco (wounded through the left shoulder-joint by a bcdl, and by another in the 
■ft arm), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
^ was severely wounded through the knee by a ball, and contused from a ball hitting a 
^tton, at Quatre Bras. Sir NeU has received a cross for the battles of the Pyrenees, 
«tveUe, Nive, and Toulouse. 

LUG Lord Tweeddale served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, 
^ has received a medal for the battle of Vittoria, and was slightly wounded at Busaco. 
wrred also in the American war, and was wounded. 

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147 Sir Fred. Wm. Trench lerTed at Walcheren, 1809 ; in the Peninrala in 1811 $ and in 
HoUand in 1814. 

148 Major-General Wjndham served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 11, and 13, 
including the actions of Roliva, Vimiera. Benevente, Albnhera, Usagne, Morales de Toro, 
Vittoria, and the Pyrenees. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded 
at Waterloo. 

149 Sir John B. Savage joined H.M. S. Bedford in 1780, and sailed with the Channel 
Fleet under the command of Sir George Rodney to the relief of Gibraltar ; on the passage 
captured a Spanish 64, and a frigate with a convoy. Engaged the Spanish fleet under Don 
Langaro ; captured six sail of the line, and drove two on shore. On return to England 
captured one French ship of the line and two frigates. In 1795 embarked in H. M.S. 
Orion, and joined the squadron under the command of Sir John Jarvis. On the 14th Feb. 
1797, engaged the Spanish fleet oiT Cape St. Vincent, and captured four sail of the line. 
Blockaded Cadis until June, 1798 ; then went up the Mediterranean with Sir Horatio 
Nelson ; engaged the French squadron off the mouth of the Nile ; took and destroyed 
eleven sail of the line and two frigates— in this action he was severely wounded. In 1801 
joined H. M. S. Gamgn; went with the fleet to the Baltic; was in the next ship to Lord 
Nelson in the action of Copenhagen, 2nd April, 1801 ; took and destroyed six sail of the 
line, and all the vessels opposed to our squadron. 

150 Sir Edward Bowater served at the siege and taking of Copenhagen in 1807, and sub- 
sequently in the Peninsula, from Dec. 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from Dec. 1811, to the 
end of the war, including the passage of the Douro and taking of Oporto, battles of Tala- 
vera and Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, battle of Vittoria, siege of San 
Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, and battle of the Nive, (Mayor's house.) Served also 
the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Wounded at 
Talavera, and again at Waterloo. 

151 Major-General Hill landed in Portugal, Aug. 1808, and served throughout the Penin- 
sular war as aide-de-camp to Lord Hill. Served also the cainpaiga of 1815. Slightly 
wounded at Oporto on the passage of the Douro, and severely at Waterloo. 

152 Sir Wm. M. Gomm served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, 
and has received a cross and a clasp for Badajox, Salamanca, Vittoria, San Sebastian, and 
Nive. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

153 Migor-General D*Oyly served in the Peninsula as an Assistant- Adjutant-General. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

154 Migor- General Wm. Gray commanded a detachment on board the Foriitudtf in 
Lord Howe's action after the relief of Gibraltar, 20th Oct. 1782. Served with his com- 
pany as marines under Admiral Milbank, in the North Sea ; removed with detachment on 
board the Boyne, and served in the Channel Fleet under Lord Howe ; on this service the 
Boyne captured a French 20-gun ship. Proceeded on board the Boynt to the West Indies, 
and was present at the taking of Martinique, St. Luda, and Guadaloupe, where he was 
wounded in the knee. Served the campaign of 1799 in HoUand. Wounded in the arm in 
the action of the 2nd Oct., and on the 6th following he led the left wing of his regiment (the 
2nd Foot) into action. Served the Egyptian campaign of 180 1, and was present in the 
several engagements. Medal for services in Egypt. • 

155 Major-General Darley was at the sieges of Port-an-Prince, in St. Domingo, and of 
Mome Fortunce, in St Lucia. Served in Egypt in 1807 ; and in the Peninsula, from Aug. 
1813 to the end of the war, including the batUe of the Nivelle, and before Bayonne, 9th, 
10th, and 11th Dec. 1813. 

156 Major-€reneral Hamilton served in Holland in 1799, and was severely wounded at 
the battle of Crabbenham on the Zuyner SInis, 10th Sept. 1799 (leg amputated). Served 
also in the American war ; commanded the 100th regiment at the capture of Fort George, 
and at the capture bv assault of Fort Niagara ; and commanded the militia of Upper 
Canada at the iMttle of Lundy's Luie. • 

157 Major-General Reeves was at the capture of the French West India Islands, under 
Sir Charles Grey, snd was wounded. Rebellion in Ireland, 1798, including the battle of 
Vinegar HilL Commanded the 8th regiment during the E^ptian campaign of 1801, and 
present at the taking of Ischia and Procida, 1809 ; and served afterwards in the Peninsula, 
from 1811 to 1813, including the taking of Alcoy, and the battles of Biar (in command of 
division), CastaUa, and Ordal ; severely wounded, and sent home for reoovery. Medal for 
services in Egypt. 

158 Migor*General the Hon. Lincoln Stanhope commanded the 16th Light Dragoons at 
the battle of Talavera, for which he has received a medal. 

159 Major-Gcneral John Grey served in the East Indies in the campaign against Uppoo 
Sultan, induding the battle of Mallavelly, the attack of the Toap and Sidtan pettah before 
Seringapatam, siege of Serinnpatam, and on the storming party at the assault (medal for 
this service.) Served in the Peninsula with the 5th regiment, and was a major in the 2od 

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battalion when the French and Polish Lancers attacked that regiment at El Bodon ; present 
at the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, also at the spaling of the fount hrayt on the night of the 
ttonn, and at the storming of the great breach, which was carried by the 2nd battalion 
of the 5th regiment. Twice wounded daring the siege of Cindad Rodrigo. 

160 Sir Alexander Cameron served the campaign of 1799 in Holland. Expedition to the 
Ferrol, 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; severely wounded in the arm and side at the 
battle of Alexandria. Expedition to Germanyander Lord Cathcart, 1805 ; and to Copen- 
hagen, 1807, incloding the battle of Keog. Landed in Portugal in 1808, and was present at 
the battle of Vimiera, with the rear-guard during the retreat, affair of Calcavellas, and 
battle of Corunna. Proceeded again to the Peninsula in May, 1809, and was present at the 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of 
Salamanca and Vittoria, besides a great many minor actions aad other desultory services, 
until obliged to return to England, owing to a severe wound received at Vittoria. Served 
also the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in Holland, Flanders, and France, including the action 
at Merxem, operations before Antwerp, and battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which 
last he was severely wounded. Sir Alexander has received a medal for services in Egypt, 
and a medal and two claaps for Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Salamanca. 

161 Sir James Wilson has received a cross and a clasp for Albuhera, Badajoz, Salamanca, 
Vittoria, and Toulouse. 

162 Major- General Dalmer commanded a light battalion at the battles of Salamanca and 
Vittoria, and has received a medal and a clasp. Served the campaign of 1815, including 
the battle of W^aterloo. 

163 Sir Henry Watson commanded the Ist Portuguese cavalry at the battle of Sala- 
manca, and has received a medal. 

164 Major •General Thomas Evans served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the medal. 
Served also in the American war, and waa wounded in three places at Sackett's Harbour ; 
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1 Sir Dayid Cunynghame served the campaign of 1793, inclading the actions at Pamars, 
St. Amand, and Liocelles (severely wounded), and the siege of Valenciennes. Taken pri- 
soner in the action at Ostend, May, 1798. 

2 Colonel Tucker served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope in 1795 ; in South 
America, in 1807. and received a bayonet wound in the arm at the assault of Monte 
Video. 

3 Colonel the Hon. Alex. Abercromby served in Holland in 1799 ; with the expedition 
to the Ferrol, 1800 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battles of Albuhera, 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Orthes, for which he has received a cross. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815, including the batUe of Waterloo. 

4 Colonel Sherlock served the campaigns of 1794 and 95 in Holland. 

5 Colonel Ottley was actively employed in the Carib war of 1795 and 96 in St Vincent. 
Served in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 9, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and 
Corunna; in the e^dition to the Scheldt, 1809 ; campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany 
and Holland, includmg the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, where he led one of the columns 
of attack, and was severely wounded. 

6 Lord Portarlington served in Holland in 1799 ; with the expedition to Hanover, 1805 ; 
Peninsular campaign of 1809, including the battle of Talavera ; campaign of 1815, in- 
cluding the actions at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

7 Sir Robert Chambre Hill served in the Peninsula, and commanded a brigade of cavalry 
at the battle of Vittoria, for which he has received a medal. Served also the campaign of 
1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

8 Sir Wm. Cox was at the retaking of Grenada in 1796. Served in Egypt in 1801. 
Employed on a particular service in Spain in 1808, and was present in the action at Lugo, 
and battle of Corunna. Commanded the fortress of Almeida, from April, 1809 to the 27th 
Aug. 1810, when, by the unfortunate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender 
it to the army under Massena. 

9 Sir Horatio G. P. Townshend served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 
Grenadier Guards, and was severely wounded at Quatre Bras. 

10 Colonel John Fred. Browne served in Flanders in 1793, 94, and 95, including the 
siege of Nimeguen, and sortie from thence. Present at the taking of St. Lucia in 1796. 
Served in Egypt in 1801, including the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 31 st March ; with the 
expedition to Hanover, 1805; campaign in Zealand, 1807; expedition to Sweden, 1808; 
and to Walchereu, 1809. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, and commanded the 28th 
regiment at the battle of Barrosa, for which he has received a medal. 

11 Colonel Barslem served at the capture of the Isle of France, and at the attack and 
conquest of Java, for which latter he has received a medal. 

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

13 Colonel Woodgate has received a medal for the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and was 
wounded. 

14 Colonel Pfttrickson served in the Peninsula with the 43d Light In&ntry, and has 
received a medal for the battle of Toulouse, on which occasion he commanded the 
regiment. 

15 Colonel David Campbell was actively employed in the West Indies, and was present 
at the siege of Fort Bourbon. Served at the Helder in 1799, and afterwards at the Ferrol. 
Proceeded to Portugal in 1808, and was present at the battle of Vimiera. 

15 Colonel Thornton served in the Peninsula, and commanded the 40th regiment at the 
bottlea of Talavera, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received a cross. 

17 Sir John MUley Doyle served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions 
of the 8th, 13th, and 2l6t March. Served also in the Peninsula, and commanded the 19th 
Portuguese at Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Orthes, for 
which he has received a cross and a clasp. He has also received a medal for services 
in Egypt. 

18 Colonel Keate served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1808, to Jan. 1813, including the 
passage of the Douro, battle of Busaco, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, and 
siege of Burgos. 

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19 Colonel Ward seired in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and two clasps for 
Salamanca, Badajoz, and the Pyrenees. 

20 Colonel Wm. W. Blake served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ; sad 
afterwards in Sonth America, indading the affair of San Carlos, and siege of Monte Video. 
Served also in the Peninsula, including the battles of Roleia, and Vimiera ; the passage of 
the Donro ; battle of Castalla, and the affair of Villa Franca. Medal for Roleia and 
Vimiera. 

21 Sir Edward Miles served on the Continent in 1794 and 95, including the battle of 
Lancelles, action at the bridge of Wallam, storming of Fort Nook, siege of Nimq^uen, and 
defence of the Emms River. Actively employed in the West Indies in 1 796 and 97 , and was 

S resent at the sieges ef St. Lucia and Grenada, and capture of Trinidad. Served in Ireland 
uring the rebellion in 1798. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the 
battles of Roleia, Vimiera, action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded with the 
expedition to Wdcheren, 1809. Served afterwards m the Peninsula, from June, 1812, to 
the end of the war, including the battle of Salamanoa (severely and dangerously wounded), 
action at Villa Moriel, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, siege and storming of San 
Sebastian (dangerously wounded at the assault), passage of the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle, 
and Nive (9th to 13th Dqc.) Proceeded to Ava in command of a brigade, and was en- 
gaged in all the operations against the enemy in that country from June to 1 7th Aug. 1824 ; 
embarked for the eastward, and commanded the force at the storm and capture of Mergui, 
6th Ock ; returned to Rangoon in Nov. and served there during its investment in Dec 
1824, and commanded the Madras force in several assaults on the enemy. Sir Edward hss 
received a medal and a clasp for Salamanca and San Sebastian. 

22 Colonel Knight Erskine commanded the 27th regt. at Badigoz, and has received a medal. 

23 Sir Archibald Machine's services :~Mvsore campaign of 1799 against Tippoo Sultan, 
including the battle of Mallavelly, siege and storming of Seringapatam, where he received 
three wounds, from the effects of which he was confined in hospital for upwards of a year. 
Capture of the Danish settlement of Tranquebar ; and the Paligarwar in 1801, including the 
battle of Ardingy, and affair of Serungapore, where he was wounded. Mahratta war of 
1802, 3, and 4 against Scindia, Holcar, and the Bera Rajah, including the storm of Jal- 
naghur, siege and storming of Gawilghur, siege of Asseerghur (wounded), and battle of 
A^gaum. Ordered home in 1804 in consequence of severe wounds received in the different 
actions from 1799 to 1804. Peninsular campaigns 1810, 11, 12, indndinc the siege of 
Cadiz ; the defence of Matagorda (an outwork of Cadiz, and a ruined redoubt when taken 
possession of from the enemy) from 22nd Feb. to 22nd April, 1810, during which long 
period Sir Archibald (then a captain in the old 94th regiment) with a very small force under 
his command, most gallantly kept at bay 8,000 of the enemy under Marshal Soult, who 
conducted the siege, and did not evacuate until ordered to do so by Lieut.-General Sir 
Hios. Graham, his men being nearly all either killed or wounded. Served also at the battle 
of Barrosa (dangerously wounded, and his horse killed), and capture of Seville. 

24 Colonel James Hay served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 16th 
Light Dragoons, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. Medal and a clasp for the battles 
of Vittoria and the Nive. 

25 Sir William Warre served in the Peninsula from 1808 to 1813, indnding the battles of 
Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna ; the passage of the Douro < 1st siege of Bad^jos, sieges and 
aasaults of Cindad Rodrigo and Badajoz ; and battle of Salamanca, besides various minor 
affairs. 

26 Colonel D'Aguilar served in India under Lord Lake, and was present at the rednc* 
tion of several forts, and at the assault on Bhurtpore. Proceeded to Walcheren, June, 
1809. Served also on the eastern coast of Spain under Sir John Murray and Sir Henry 
Clinton. 

27 Colonel O'Malley served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798 ; with the ezpedition 
to the Ferrol, 1800 ; the Egyptian campaign of 1801, wounded in the action of tne 13th 
March. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the actions at Quatre Bras and 
Waterioo, at which latter he was twice wounded, and had two horses shot under him, but 
did not quit the field. 

28 Colonel Cotton served at the Helder, including the actions of the 2iid and 6tb Oct. 
1 799. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and served with the Spanish army. 

29 Colonel Charles Turner served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions 
of the 8th and 13th March, and was taken prisoner in a skirmish near Lake Mareotis, 18th 
March. Served also at the capture of Martinique in 1809. Medal for services in Egyp^ 

30 Colonel Ogilvie served in Che American war, and was severely wounded at Stoney 
Creek. 

31 Colonel Aylmer served at the Helder in 1799, including the action of the 18th Sept. 
Egvptian campaign of 1801 ; in Spain and Portugal in 1808 and 9, including the battles of 
Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna ; with the ezpedition to Walcheren, 1809. 

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Notes to the Colonels. 

32 Colonel Vernon served in the Peninsnltty and was present at the battle of Talavera, 
■lege of the forts at and battle of Salamanca (severely wounded), and siege of Burgos. 

33 Colonel Vigonreux's services : — Campaigns in Holland in 1794, 95, and 99 ; besieged 
in Nimeguen, 1794, and was present at the batSe of the 19th Sept. 1799. Peninsular cam- 
paignsof 1810, 11, 12, and 13, including the battles of Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, and 
Vittoria. Campaigns of 1814 and 15 in Holland and Flanders, and severely wounded at 
Waterloo. Mdial and a clasp for the battles of Fuentes d*Onor and Vittoria. 

34 Sir James A. Hope served with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; to Zealand, 1807» 
ioclading the siege of Copenhagen ; to Sweden, 1808 ; Portugal and Spain, 1808 and 9, 
mclading the action at Lugo and battle of Corunna ; expedition to Walcheren, 1809 ; and 
in the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of the war, including the battle of Barrosa, siege of 
Cindad Rodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoz, affjEors in front of Salamanca and at Osma, 
battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passages of the Bidassoa, Grave d'Oleron, and 
GaTe de Pan, and battles of the Nivelle, Nlve, Orthes, and Toulouse. Sir James has 
received a cross and a clasp for the battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes and 
Toulouse. 

35 Sir Robert John Harvey served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter-Master- 
General to the Portuguese army, and has received a medal for the-battle of Orthes. 

36 Sir Dudley HiU served with the expedition to South America in 1806, including the 
storming of Monte Video (with the Forlorn Hope), battle of Colonia, and attack on Buenos 
Ayres, where he was wounded in the thigh, and taken prisoner. Served affcerwards in 
the Peninsula, and was present at the battle of Roleia (wounded in the leg), action at Be- 
nevente, retreat to Corunna, battle of Talavera, action of the Coa, batUes of Basaco 
and Fuentes d'Onor, siege and storming of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca (severely wounded in 
the breast and through the arm), siege of Burgos, defence of the river Carrion (wounded and 
taken prisoner), siege of San Sebastian (twice wounded), investment of Bayonne, and re- 
pulse of the sortie from thence. Sir Dudley has received a cross and a clasp for Fuentes 
d'Onor, Badigoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, and San Sebastian. 

37 Sir Richard Armstrong served in the Peninsula from August, 1808, to the end of the 
war, including the capture of Oporto ; battle of Busaco ; actions at Pombal, and Redinha ; 
defbioe of Alba de Tonnes ; battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, (severely wounded through 
the arm), and Toulouse, besides a great many minor actions and skirmishes. Served ako 
the campaigns of 1 825 and 26 in Burmah, as a brigadier ; stormed and carried stockades 
near Prome, on the 1st and 5th Dec. 1825. Sir Richard has received a medal and two 
daspe for the battles of Busaco. Vittoria, and the Pyrenees. 

38 Sir Frederick Stovin served at the Ferrol in 1800 ; in Germany, 1805 ; at the siege 
and capture of Copenhagen, 1807; with the expedition to Sweden, 1808; in Spain and 
Portugal in 1808 and 9, including the retreat to, and battle of Corunna ; expedition to 
Walcheren and capture of Flushing, 1809 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including 
the sieges and captures of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, 
Pyrenees, Nivdle, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also at New Orleans, where he was 
wounded. Sir Frederick has received a cross and two clasps for the six above-mentioned 
battles. 

39 Sir Guy Campbell commanded the 6th regiment at the battle of the Pjrrenees, for 
which he has received a medal. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of 
Waterloo. 

40 Colonel Richard G. Hare served in the Peninsula as an Assistant- Adjutant>General, 
and has received a medal and a clasp for the battles of Nivelle, and Nive. 

41 Colonel Alexander Thomson served as an assistant engineer at San Sebastian, and has 
received a medal. 

42 Colonel Heriot served in the American war, and commanded the Canadian Volti- 
geurs in the action at Chrystler's Farm, for which he has received a medal. 

43 Colonel Wm. Crosse accompanied the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; to South 
America in 1806, and was present at the storming of Buenos Ayres. Served also in the 
Peninsula vrith tiie 36th regiment, and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, 
Fuentes d'Onor, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor actions and 
skirmishes. He has received a cross for the four last-mentioned battles. 

44 Colonel Rice served in Corsica in 1794, and was present at the sieges of Bastia and 
Calvl ; the attack upon Elba by Lord Nelson. Served also in Portugal, Spain, France, 
and Flanders, including the battles of Corunna, Fuentes d*Onor, Salamanca, Nivelle (in- 
dnding the heights of St. P^), Orthes, and Waterloo. Medal for the battle of Nivelle. 

45 Colonel Wm. F. P. Napier was an actor in many of the soul<stirring scenes which he 
has described with so much ability in his admirable lustory of the Peninsular war, and was 
severely wounded in the action of Casal Nova, 14th March, 1811. He commanded the 43rd 
light Infiuitry at the battles of Salamanca, Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has received a 
medal and two clasps. 

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Notes to the Coloneh. 

46 Colonel Duffy Bervedin the Pemagula with the 43rd light Infantry ; the oomnuuid of 
the reg^ent devolved on him at the assaolt and capture of Badajos after Colonel Madeod 
wan kUled ; he has received the medal. 

47 Colonel Martin Lindsay lerved the campaign in Java in 1811, inclndtng the actions of 
the 22nd August and 16th Sept., in which latter he commanded eight companies of the 78th 
Highlanders, and has received tlie medal. Served also the campaign of 1814 in Holland, 
including the actions at Menem, and bombardment of Antwerp. 

48 Colonel Daubeney served at Walcheren in 1809. 

49 Colonel Mercer accompanied the expedition to Hanover in 1805, and that to Wal- 
cheren in 1809. Served in the Peninsula m>m March, 1610, to May, 1811* and again from 
July, 1811, to March, 1814, including the affair at Sobral (wounded), battle of Barron 
(wounded), siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, liege of 
Burgosp passage of the Bidassoa, anid battle of the Nivelle. Served also the campaign of 
1815, indnding the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. 

50 Colonel Milman served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guarda, and waa 
wounded at the battle of Talavenu 

51 Colond Tonson served at the capture of Martinique in 1794 ; and was wounded and 
taken prisoner at St. Vincent's the following year. Actively emplojred in Ireland doling 
the rebellion in 1798 ; and in Holland in 1799 ; and at Walcheren in 1809. Served in the 
Peninsula from July, 1813, including the battle of the Nive, for which he has received 
a medal. 

53 Colonel Wm. Alex. Gordon served in Holland in 1799 ; at Walcheren in 1809 ; and in 
the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of the war, including the battle of Fuentea d'Onor, 
action at Aroya de Molino, battles of Vittoria and the Nive, besides various minor aihira. 
Severely wounded in the left arm at Vittoria, and again in the right foot in forcing the 
enemy's lines at Haspaine, 14th Feb. 1814. Medal for the Nive. 

53 Colonel Fremantle served in Germany under Lord Cathcart in 1806; in South 
America under General Whitelock, 1807 ; afterwards throughout the Peninsular war. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Medal for the hiltte 
ofOrtbes. 

54 Lord George Wm. Russell served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807, and subee- 
quently in the Peninsula, including the battles of Talavera (wounded), Barrosa, and Ton- 
louse, for which last he has received a medal. 

55 Colonel James Fergusson's services : — Campaigns in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 
9, including the battles of Vimiera and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809. Penin- 
sular campaigns, from March 1810 to the end of the war, including the passage of the Con 
near Almeida, battle of Bnsaco, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Miranda de Corva, Fos 
d'Aronce, Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and 
Badajos, battle of Salamanca, affair of San Munos, passage of the fiidaasoa, batdes of the 
Nivelle and Nive, and investment of Bayonne. Col. Fergusson has receiv^ five wounds, 
vis. : at Vimiera, slightly ; at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, sevevelv in the body, and 
slightly in the foot; at Badajos, alightly in the side by a splinter of a shell in the troushes, 
and in the head at the assault. Medal for Badijos. 

56 Sir James H. Reynett was on the expedition against Ferrol in 1800, and was praaent 
at the action before that place. Appointed to the Qnarter-Master-General*s staff opon the 
army entering Spain in Nov. 1808, and was present at Lugo, the affairs upon the relraat to, 
and at tiie battle of Corunna. Re-appointed to the Qnarter-Master-Genend's ataff in Por« 
tugal, in April, 1809 ; present at the affaire previous to, and at the paasage of tibe Dovro, 
and capture of Oporto ; affair of Salamonde ; batdea of Talavera, and Bvsaoo ; albin npon 
the retreat to the lines before lisbon, and subsequently in 1611 at those upon the advaaee 
from thence, at Pombal, Redinha, Sabugal, and Fos d'Aronce ; and at the battle of Fuentea 
d'Onor. 

57 Colonel Creagh waa actively emplojed in Si. Domii^ in 1797 and 98 ; in Holland in 
1799, including the actiona of the 27th Aug., 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th Oct. Served in P6f^ 
tugal and Spain in 1808, and waa present at the battles of Roleia and l^ssiera, for whidi he 
has reoeived a medal. Served also at New Orleans, including Uie engagements of the 25th 
Dee. 1814, and 1st and 8th Jan. 1815. Severelj wounded at Vimiera. 

58 Lord Munster served in the Peninsula, and waa severely wounded at the bcttia of 
Toulouse. 

59 Colonel Archibald Campbell vras at Dominica when it vras attaoked by the F^neh, 
22nd Feb. 1805. Served also in the Peninsula, from Sept. 1811 to 1814, inoludingt^ 
battlea of Salamanca, and Vittoria (severely wounded) ; capture of San Sebastian ; croasiBg 
the Bidassoa ; forcing the enemy's lines, 10th Nov. ; battle of the Nive, 9th, 10th, and 11th 
Dec. 1813. Medal for the Nive. 

60 Colonel John Bell served in the Peninsula as an Assiatant*Q)aarter.Maater*Genara], 
and has received a cross for the battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthcs, and TouhNMW. 

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Notes to the Colonels. 

61 Colonel Aoclimiity served in the PeninsoU, end hee received a medal end a deep for 
the battles of Orthet and Toulonte. 

62 Colonel Lightfoot served in the Peninsula with the 45th regiment, and was present 
at the battles of Roleia, Yimiera, Talavera, Bnsaoo, and Fnentes d'Onor ; first siege of 
Badajos; sieges and assanlts of Cindad Rodrigo and Badajoz (slightly wounded), inclnding 
the stonning of Fort Pwurina (slightly wonnd^) ; battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, 
Orthes and Toulouse (severely wounded), besides venous minor actions and skirmishes. 
Medal and two clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Toulouse. 

63 Cohmel Win^iove served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope in 1795 ; battle of 
Trafalgar ; taking of Genoa, 1814 ; on board the Boyntt when that ship singly engaged 
three Frendi ships of the line and three frigates off Toulon in 1814 ; and on board the 
Hereule in a single action off Cape Nichola Mole. 

64 Colonel Conyers served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal for Orthes. 

65 Colonel Henderson served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798 ; at the Holder in 
1799, and was present at the first luiding, and battles of the 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th Oct. 
Expedition to Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby, 1801. Landed in Portugal in 1808, and 
was present at the battle of Vimiera, retreat to, uid battle of Corunna. Expedition to the 
Scheldt and siege of FInshing, 1809. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, firom 1811 to the 
end of the war, and commanded the Queen's at the battle of Toulouse. 

66 Colonel Roger Parke served in the Peninsida with the 39th legiment, and was present 
at the battles of Albuhera, and Barrosa. 

67 Colonel Macpherson commanded the 88th regiment at the battles of Vittoria and 
Orthes, for which he has received a medal and a dasp. 

68 Colonel C. P. de Bosset served with the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; expedition to 
Zealand, siege and surrender of Copenhagen, 1807 ; expedition to Sweden* and subsequently 
to Portusal, 1808 ; siege of Santa Manra, 1810. 

69 Colonel Torrens was actively employed in the East Indies, from 1801 to 1807, In- 
cluding the assault and capture of the city of Ahmednuggur, battiies of Assaye, and Argaura, 
and various other minor operations. Served in the Peninsula firom Nov. 1813, to the end of 
the war ; and also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

70 Colonel Henry Dawkins served in the Peninsula, from Jan. 1810, to the end of the 
war, inclnding the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Burgos ; battles of Fuentes d*Onor, Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, NiveUe, and Nive ; passage of the Adour ; blockade of Bayonne, and 
repulse of the sortie from thence, on whidk occasion he was severely wounded. Served also 
the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

71 Colonel Forbes has received a medal for the capture of Java. 

72 Colonel Proctor served with the expedition to Walcheren, 1809, and was present at 
the siege of Flushing. At Gibraltar, Tari&, and in the Peninsula, from 1810 to Dec. 1812, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula and South of France, from April to July, 1814, including 
the affair of Posts near Malaga, battle of Barrosa (contusion on the body), and retreat from 
Madrid. Embarked from Bourdeaux for Canada, and commanded the 82nd regiment before 
Port Erie, from 2nd Sn>t., and throughout the successive operations of the war. 

73 Colonel Wm. Riddall was actively employed with the 62nd regiment in Sicily, Egypt, 
Calabria, Italy, Spain, and America, from 1806 to the end of the war. 

74 Colonel Addison served in the American war, on the staff of Sir J. Sherbrooke. 

75 Colonel C. J. Doyle served in the Peninsula, and waa present at the passage of the 
Dooro, capture of Oporto, battle of TaUvera, action at Campo Mayor, and battle of 
Fnentes d'Onor. 

76 Colonel Charretie served in the Peninsula, firom 1812 to the end of the war, including 
the battles of Vittoria and Toulouse. 

77 Colonel Farkinaon served at the capture of the Island of Bourbon, on the staff of Sir 
H. 8. Keating. Served also the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in the Netherlands and France, 
indnding the attack on Merxem, operations before Antwerp and Bergen-op-Zoom, and 
battle of Qnatre Bras, where he was alightly wounded. 

78 Colonel Tho. Hunter Blair served in Portugal and Spain, fi^m August, 1808, to Jan. 
1809, including the affair of Obidos, battles of Roleia and Vimiera, action at Lugo, and 
battle of Corunna. Proceeded again to the Peninsula in August, 1809, and was present at 
the culture of Oporto, aflSdr of Salamonde, and battle of Talavera, at which last he waa 
severely wounded, and made prisoner in hospital. Served also the campaign of 1815, and 
was severely wounded at Waterloo. Commanded a brigade in Ava, including the capture 
of Melloon. 

79 Colonel Lluellyn served in the Penineala with the 28th regiment, firom 1809 to the 
end of the war; also the campaign of 1815, including the batUes of Quatre Bras and 
W^aterloo, at which latter he was severely wounded. 

80 Colonel Wade served in the Peninsula as aide-de-camp to Sir Lowry Cole, and was 
severdy wounded at the battle of Albuhera. 

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Notes to tlie Colonels. 

81 Colonel Wm. Chaimen served in Sicily, in 1807. The campaJgnt of 1808 and 9 in 
Portogal and Spain. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809. At Cadia in 1810 and 11, and tbe 
subsequent campaigns, including the battle of Barrosa, attack of the enemy on the heights 
near Moresco, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, attack at Maya, battle of Parapelona, and a 
great many minor actions and skirmishes. Served also in the Netherlands in 1814 and 15, 
including the battle of Waterloo, and subsequent operations in France. He was severely 
wounded in the Pyrenees, and has had nine horses killed or wounded under him in action, 
three of them at Waterloo. 

82 Colonel Miller served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the Rifle Brigade, 
and has received a medal for the battle of the NiveUe. 

83 Colonel Beckwith served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and has r eo d ved a 
medal for the battle of Toulouse. Severely wounded at Waterloo. 

64 Colonel John Campbell served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and has re- 
ceived a medal and a clasp for the battles of Orthes and Toulouse. 

85 Colonel Fielding Browne served in the Peninsula with the 40th ragiment, and has 
received a medal for the assault and capture of Badajoz. 

86 Colonel T. W. Taylor served at the capture of Java, including the attack of the out- 
post near Weltevreden, and the storming of the lines of Comielis. Served also the campaign 
of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

87 Colonel Arguimbau served in the Peninsular with the 3rd battalion of the Royals, and 
lost an arm at San Sebastian. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded 
at Quatre Bras, and also at Waterloo. 

88 Colonel Childers served at the Helder in 1799; and in the Peninsula, Franoe, and 
Flanders, from May, 1811, to the end of the war. Commanded a brigade of cavdry at the 
siege of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermera. 

89 Colonel H. 6. Smith served in the Peninsula with the Rifle Brigade, and on the staff 
of Major-Genend Skerrett ; and at New Orleans and the subsequent campaign in Flanders 
and France on the staff of Major-Greneral Lambert. 

90 Sir De Lacy Evans served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, and sub- 
sequently in the American war, including the operations against Washington, Baltimore, 
and New Orleans. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 
Wounded at New Orleans. 

91 Colonel Wm. H. Scott proceeded to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the 
capture of Oporto, subsequent pursuit of Soult's army, and battle of Talavera, where he waa 
wounded through the body, and afterwarda made prisoner, being left in hospital upon the 
retreat of the army. 

92 Sir Thomas Reade served in Sicily as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, and com- 
manded a flotilla of gun -boats in and near the straits of Messina during the attempted in- 
vasion of Sicily by the F^nch forces in 1810. 

93 Sir John Morillyon Wilson prior fo entering the army served six years in the Royal 
Navy, including the expedition to the Helder in 1799 (wounded), and that to Egypt in 
1801, and received the thanks of the Captain Pacha, and a medal for saving the lives of tbe 
crew of a Turkish man-of-war's boat. Accompanied the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, 
and was twice wounded at the siege of Flushing, one ball having passed through his body. 
Served in the Peninsula, from the latter end of 1809 to 1812, including the battles of Busaoo, 
and Fuentes d'Onor, and all the various actions which were fought during that period. Joined 
the 1st battalion of the Royal Scoto in Canada in the winter of 1812, and in 1813 and 14 
he was in the various attacks made on Sackett's Harbour, Great Sodus (reoeived a aeveie 
bayonet wound during a night attack). Fort Niagara, Black Rock, and Buffisloe, and battle 
of Chippewa, on which occasion he was left for &ad on the field of battle, and fell into the 
hands of the enemy, having received seven wounds, vis. : three in the left arm, in which 
one ball is still lodged, a fourth ball passed through his left thigh, a fifth entered his left 
thigh and waa extracted, a sixth fractured and greatly iignred his hip-bone^ and the seventh 
ball penetrated his left groin, passing upwards and backwards to tiie region of the spinal 
column, where it is stUl lodged. Sir John has thus received thirteen wounds during hia 
professional career in the navy and the army, and he has two musket^balls still lodged in 
his bodv. 

94 Sir Alexander Anderson commanded the 11th Portuguese regiment in the Peninsular 
war, and has received a cross and three clasps for the assault and capture of Bad^os, and 
the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

95 Colonel Rolt served in Egypt in 1801, and was wounded through the body in the 
action at the landing (medal). Served also in the Peninsula, from 1809 to the end of the 
war, and commanded the 17th Portuguese regiment at the battlea of YItloria, Nivelle, Nive, 
Orthes, and Toulouse. 

96 Sir Charles Webb Dance served in the Peninaula, Franoe» and Flanders, and waa 

slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

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N(jies to tlie Colonels'. 

97 Colonel Hughes served in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, and was present 
in the cavalry actions at Mayorgaand fienevente. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, from 
Feb. 1613, to the end of the war, induding the action at Morales, and battles of Vittoria, 
Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received a medal and two clasps. Severely wounded 
near £llite in the south of France. 

98 Colonel Bainbrigge served in the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of the war, as an 
Assistant-Qnarter-Master-GeneraL 

99 Colonel Kenneth Snodgrass served in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, 
including the retreat to and battle of Corunna. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, including 
the assaults and captures of Badajoi and San Sebastian ; and battles of Fuentes d'Onor, 
Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes, besides various minor actions and other desultory 
services. Wounded at San Sebastian, the Nive, and at Orthes very severely in the head. 
Colonel Snodgrass has received a cross for San Sebastian, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. 

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

101 Colonel Stretton served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, including 
tile battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor 
actions and skirmishes. Served afterwards at New Orleans, and the subsequent campaign 
of 1 815, including the battle of Waterloo. Medal for the battle of Toulouse. 

102 Colonel Darling served at the reduction of Guadaloupe in 1810, and was severely 
wounded in the left knee by a musket-shot in storming the heights of Matauba. Proceeded 
to the Peninsula, and joined the 51st Light Infantry in May 1812 at Castello Branco; 
engaged on the heights of San Christoval ; the battle of Salamanca ; surrender of the Retiro, 
Madrid ; and siege of Burgos : after the retreat from thence he was attacked by typhus fever, 
and sent to Engknd for recovery in May 1812. Rejoined the army on the heights of 
Echellarin September following, and was present at the battle of Nivelle, and the subsequent 
attack of the heights of St. P^. Appointed Major of Brigade Dec. 1813, and attached to 
Major-General Hay'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 August 1814. On the renewal of the war in 1815, he was re-appointed to the 
staff as Assist.- Adjt. -General and attached to the 4th division, under Sir Charles ColviUe ; 
employed with his division in the operations connected with the battle of Waterloo, the 
storming of Cambray, and capitulation of Paris. 

103 Sir Wm. Lewis Herries proceeded with the expedition to South America in 1807 ; to 
Walcheren in 180V, including the siege and capture of Flushing. Served in the Peninsula 
from 1812 to the end of the war, and was severely wounded (leg amputated) and taken prisoner 
at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. 

104 Colonel St. Clair served at Walcheren in 1809, and in the Peninsula from March 
1810 to Uie end of the war, including the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, first siege 
of Badajoz, battle of the Nive, and investment of Bayonne. Medal for the Nive. 

105 Colonel Zuhlcke served throughout the whole of the Peninsulsr war, including the bat- 
tles of Roleia and Vimiera ; capture of Oporto ; battles of Talavera (severely wounded), and 
Paentes d'Onor ; sieges of Badajoz and Ciadad Rodrigo ; battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, the 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes, besides various minor actions and skirmishes. Medal 
and two clasps. 

106 Colonel Wm. Rowan served in Portuf;al and Spain under Sir John Moore ; with the 
expedition to Walcheren 1809 ; in the Peninsula from January to June 1811, and again 
from January 1813 to the end of the war, including the battles of Vittoria, the Bidaasoa, 
Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the 
baUle of Waterloo. 

107 Lord Sandys served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from 1812 to the end of 
the war, including the action at Morales, and battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, and 
Waterloo. 

108 Sir Thomas Henry Browne served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; at the cap- 
ture of Martinique, 1809 (wounded). Served afterwards in the Peninsula as a Deputy- 
Asristant- Adjutant-General at the head-quarters of the Duke of Wellington ; and, sub- 
sequently, at the head-quarters of the Austrian, Russian, and Prussian armies, as aide-de- 
camp to Lord Stewart. During the Peninsular war he was present at every action, from 
the battle of Salamanca to that of Toulouse, and received a sabre cut on the head at the 
batde of Vittoria. 

109 Colonel Tho. W. Forster acted as major of brigade at the capture of the Cape of Good 
Hope in 1806. Senior officer on board the AfteUf Indtaman, when that ship and two 
others were for some hours engaged with two French frigates and a corvette in July, 1810. 

110 Colonel Howard served on the Continent in 1793 and 94 ; in St Domingo and the 
West India Islands, from 1795 to 1799. Served also in the Peninsula, and was most 
severely wounded at the battle of Talavera, 27th July, 1809, and made prisoner. 



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111 Cokmel Whetham lerrcd with the ezpedttion to South America, and waa several jr 
wounded (right leg amputated) at the assault of Monte Vidao. 

112 Colonel Thomas Wildman served with the 7th Husaars in the eampaign of 1808 and 
9 under Sir John Moora, and waa present in the cavalry engagements at Mayorga, Bene- 
vente, and throughout the retreat to Corunna. Served abo the Peninsular campaigna of 
1813 and 14, including the investment and surrender of Pampeluna, the battle of Oirthesp 
and intermediate affairs. Served the campaign of 1815 as aide-de-camp to the Earl of 
Uzbridgei including the action at (hiatre Bras, retreat on the 17th, and battle of Waterloo, 
at which laat he waa alightly wounded. 

113 Colonel Robbina aerved in the Peninsula, France, and Flandera with the 7th 
Huaaart, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

114 Colonel Oeoige Lewia served in Sir Richard Strachan's action 4th Nov. 1805. Com- 
manded a Battalion of Marines in the American war, including the action at Bladensburg, 
attaek on Baltimore, and various skirmishes in the Chesapeak. 

1 15 Colonel Dumas served at the blockade of Midta in 1799, in Egypt in 1801 , and again 
in 1807 ; and at the battle of Maida. Medal for services in Egypt. 

116 Colonel Edward Wildman served in the Peninsula, from April, 1809, to Sept. 1811, 
and again from July, 1812, to the end of the war, including the battles of Talavera and 
Busaco, action at Redinha, battle of Albuhera, retreat from Sidamanca to Portugal, battlea 
of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Tarbea and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and had 
three horses killed under him at Waterloo. Received two aevere aabre wounds in the 
bead and arm, and made prisoner at the battle of Albuhera. 

117 Colonel the Hon. John Finch served in the Peninsula, fh>m Nov. 1812 to the end of 
the war, and received a aabre wound at the battle of Vittoria. 

118 Sir Augustus d*Este served at New Orleana on the staff of Sir John Lambert, and 
behaved with great gallantry. 

119 Colonel Cochrane landed with the first army in Portugal on the 3d Aug. 1808, and 
aerved in the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1808, 9, 10. 11, and part of 1812, including 
the battlea and si^es of Roli^a, Vimiera, TUavera, Busaco, Redinha, Oliven^, Badajos 
(1st siege), and Cindad Rodrigo. Served nearly two years in Canada during the American 
war, as aide-de-camp to the Grovemor- General and Commander of the Forces, Lieut-General 
Sir George Prevost. 

120 Colonel Hector Madaine aerved in the Peninsula, and has received a medal for the 
battle of NiveUe. 

121 C-olonel Simpson served in the Peninsula from May 1812 to May 1813, induding the 
latter part of the siege of Cadis, and the attack on Seville. Served also the campaign of 
1815, and waa severely wounded at Quatre Bras. 

122 Colonel Duncan M'Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, includ- 
ing the skirmish at St. Euphemie, battle of Maida, attack on ScyUa Castle, and capture of 
Catrone. Campaign of 1807 in Egypt, including the attacks in the Deaert, and siege of 
Rosetta. Campaign in Holland in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Ter Vere, 
and Flushing. Campaigns in the Peninsula during part of 1813 and 14. Capture of Cor- 
siea in May 1814. Wounded through the right Moulder by a musket-shot at the battle of 
Maida. 

123 Colonel Seton served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 (medal) ; in South America in 
1807 $ and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battles and sieges of Talavera, 
Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badi^s, and Salamanca. Wounded at the attack 
on Buenos Ajrres. Modal and a clasp for the assault and capture of Badajoz, and battle of 
Salamanca. 

124 Colonel Nickle served in South America in 1807, induding the actions of the 2nd and 
5th July, and was severdy wounded. In the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the 
war, induding the battles of Talavera, Busaco, Vittoria, Pyrenees, NiveUe, Nive, Ortliea, 
•ad Toulouse (severdy wounded) ; and the second siege of Badajos. Served subsequently 
in the American war, and was present at the action at Plattsburg (wounded), and varioua 
other affairs. 

125 Colond Middleton served at the capture of Java, 1811 ; throughout the Mafarattn 
war in 1817 and 18, and was severdy wounded in the battle of Chdlapore. 

126 Colond Macintoah served in the Peninsula, from August, 1812, to the end of the 
war, induding the actions at Alba de Tonnes, and San Munos ; passage of the Tormes above 
Ralamanf , and attack on the French rear-guard under Generd Villate ; battle of Vittoria, 
investment of Pampduna ; affair at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. 



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1 Lieat.-Colonel Drinkwater Bethune tenred at Gibraltar daring the memorablfl aicfe. 

2 Lieut. -Col. John Grey has leen a great deal of aotiTe serrice in the West Iiidica, tn- 
oloding the battles of the 26th and 27th May, 1782, between die British and Arendi fleets 
under Sir Samuel Hood and Count De Grasse ; the captures of Martinique and St. Lucm 
in 1794, and eubsequent campaign in St. Domingo, where he was wounded in the ri|^ arm 
in storming the enemy's camp near Fort Bigolon. 

3 Lieut.-Col. West senred in Holland from Not., 1794, to May, 1796, and waa present 
when the French attacked the British after crossing the Waal ; also the campaign of 1799 
in Holland, including the actions of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept. and 2d October, 
storming of Oude Carspel; bayone^wonnd in the thigh at Castacum, and again severely 
wounded in action on fiuling back upon Limma. Piooeeded with the eipedition to Hanover, 
1605 ; to Zealand, 1807, and was present at the siege of Copenhagen. Embarked for the 
Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the passage of the Douro, capture of Oporto, action 
at Salamonde, and battle of Talavera. 

4 Baron Bulow senred in the Peninsula, France, and Glanders, and has received a medal 
and two clasps for the battles of Salamanca, Vittoiia, and Toulouse. 

A lieut-Col. Luke Alen served at the captures of Martinique and the Saintea in 1809» 
and Guadeloupe in 1810. 

6 lieut-Col. R« H. Cooke served in the Peninsula, Fhmoe, and Flanders, and waa 
•everely wounded at Waterloo. Medal for the assault and capture of San Sebastian. 

7 Lieut.-CoL John Mansel has seen a great deal of active service in the West Indies, 
induding the captures of St. Lucia and Trinidad. Served in the Peninsula from Ai^., 
1811, to Nov., 1812, and again from March, 1814, to the end of the war, including &e 
reduction of the Forts at Sidamaoca, and battles of Salamanca and Toulouse, for which he 
has received a medal and a dasp. 

8 Lieut. -Col. Halkett served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and has received n 
aedal and a dasp for the battles of Albuhera and Salamanca. 

9 Lieut.- Col. Russell Manners served the second Mysore campaign, indudiDg 8e> 
lingapatam and siege of Pondicherry. Served also in the Peninsula ; and has received ■ 
eross for Fuentes d*Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajos, and Orthes. 

10 Lieut.-CoL Felly served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, induding the 8th, I3th, 
and 21st March. Served abo in the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1809, 10, II, and 
12, induding the battles of Oporto, Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d*Onor, besides varioon 
akirmishes. Wounded and taken prisoner on the retreat from Burgos. 

11 Lieut-CoL J. P. Hunt served with the expedition to the Ferrol in 1800 ; and in 
Sweden, Portugal, and Spain in 1808 and 9, under Sir John Moore. Expedition to 
Walcheren, 1809. Served in the Peninsula from Jan., 1811, until disabled by severs 
wounds at the assault of San Sebastian ; and was present in the action of Sabngsl, battle 
of Fuentes d*Onor, siege and assault of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, action at San Moaoa, 
and in the Pyrenees, and siege and assault of San Sebastian, where he received two 
wounds. Medal and two clasps for Badiyos, Salamanca, aad San Sebastian. 

12 Lieut. -Col. Charles Rowan served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and 
aUghtly wounded at Waterloo. Medal and two clasps for Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoi, and 
Salamanca. 

13 lieut-Col. Holcombe served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal for the 
assault and capture of Badigos. 

14 Lient.-Col. J. B. Harrison served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and two 
«sttps for the battles of the Pyrenees, Nive, and Orthes. 

15 Lieut.-Col. Cother served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806, and the 
■ubeequent campaign in South America. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, induding the 
battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Corunna, and Vittoria, for which last he has recdved a 
medd. 

16 Sir Julius Hsrtmann served in the Peninsula, F^rance, and Flanders ; and haa reoetved 
a eross and two clasps for Talavera, Albuhera, Sdamaw^, Vittoria, San Sebastian, and the 
Nive. 

17 Lieut.-Col. Gustavus Brown has seen a great ded of active service in the West 
Indies from 1796 to 1804 indnatve, and was present at the attacks and omtures of aevcnl 

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islands. Serred alio in the Peainwila from 1809 to the end of the ww, and has receiYed a 
croas for die battles of Salamanca, Pyrenees, NWeUe, and Nive. 

18 Sir Richard Chnrch senred at the Ferrol in 1800 ; the Egyptian campaign of 1801, 
indading the actions of the 8th, 13th, and Slst March, and taking of Aleiandria. Present 
at the battle of Maida, and defence of Capri, at which last he was wounded in the head ; 
present also at the capture of Ischia, 1809 ; in the expedition to the Ionian Isles, and at 
the taking of Zante and Cephalonia. Seferely wounded in the arm in an attack on 
SteUanra. 

19 Lient.-CoL Plenderleath served with the 49th Regiment in the American war, and 
was severely wounded in action with the enemy near Lake Ontario, 6th June, 1813. 
Medal for the action at Chrystler's fisrm. 

20 Lieat-Coi. J. P. Hawkins served in the Peninsula with the 68th regiment, and haa 
Rcdved a medal and two clasps for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle. 

21 Lieut-Col. Wm. G. White served in the Peninsula with the 48th regiment, and haa 
received a medal and a clasp for the battles of Vittoria and the Pyrsnees. 

22 Iieut.-Col. Greorge Macdonell served in the American war, and has received a medal 
for the action at Chateauguay. 

23 Ueut-Col. Galiffe served in the Peninsula ; was slightly wounded at the battle of Tala- 
vera, and has received a cross for the battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

24 Lieut.-Col. Wm. Cowell served die Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has received the 
medal. Served also in the Peninsula, aiid has received a medal and a dasp for the batdet 
of Nivelle and Orthes. 

25 Lieut.-Col. Herford served in the Peninsula with the 23rd Fusiliers, and has reoeived 
a medal and a clasp for the battles of Orthes and Toulouse. 

26 Lieut.-Col. Newhouse served at Toulon in 1794 ; at Corsica, in 1795, induding the 
leveral operations at St. Fiorenso, Bastia, and Calvi. Commanded a detachment of arlLlerj 
in the successful operation against the Isle of Capraijo. Served also the Egyptian campaign 
of 1801 ; and with the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, and was present in the battle of 
Kiog. Medal for services in Egypt. 

27 Lieut'^oL Wilkins served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the Rifle 
Brigade, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. Medal for the battle of Salamanca. 

28 Lieut.oCol. M. Wm. Bailey was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

29 Lieut.<-Col. F. S. Miller was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

30 Sir Henry Pynn served in the Peninsula, and was severely wounded in the Pyrenees. 
Medd and two clasps for the battles of Fuentes d'Onor, the Pyrsnees, and Orthes. 

31 lieut-Col. Patrick Campbell (R. Artillery) was at the captore of St. Lucia in 1796, 
and subseq[uently in the Carib war in St. Vincent. Served dso in the Peninsula from Jan. 
1809 to the end of the war, including the battles of Talavera and Castalla. 

32 Lieut. -Col. Von Robertson was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

33 Lieut.-Col. 6. D. Wilson served in Holland in 1799 ; at the siege of Copenhagen in 
1807 ; expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugd and Spain under Sir John Moore ; 
expedition to Walcheren, 1809 ; Peninsular campaigns from 1810 to the end of the war { 
also the campaign of 1815. Slightly wounded at Corunna, severely at Badijos, and alightly 
at Waterloo. Medal for the assault and captore of Badajos. 

34 Lieut.-CoI. Leslie Walker served with the 7lBt regiment in the Peninsula, France, and 
Ftandera, and was wounded in the Pyrenees. 

35 Liettt.*Col. Nathan Wilson served the campaign of 1799 in Mysore, including the 
battle of Malavelly and siege of Seringapatam. Campaign of 1800, in pursuit of Dhoondia 
Waagfa ; campaign of 1803, against the Mahrattas. Present at the quelling of the mutiny 
at Vellore. Severely wounded at the battle of Assays, right arm shattered by a grape-shot, 
and two slighter wounds. Medal for Seringapatam. 

36 Lieut. -CoL Edward Nicolls has served in every quarter of the globe, and haa been 
severd times severely wounded. 

37 Lteut.-Col John Wm. 0*Donoghue was at the attack on Ferrol, 26th Aug. 1800 ; at 
the si^e and captore of Monte Video, in 1807 ; at the defence of Cadiz, and Tanfa, in 1810 
and 11, induding the defeat of the French in the assault on Tarifa in Dec. 1811. Served 
the Mahratto campaigns of 181 7 and 18 ; and in the Burmese war in 1824 and 25. Slightly 
wounded at Tarifo. 

38 Lieut.-CoI. Payler served in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore in 1808 and 1809, 
and subsequently under the Duke of Wellington, induding the battle of Fuentea d'Onor, 
siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and battles of Nivelle and Nive. 

39 IJeut.-Col. Barlow served in India under Lord Lake during the campugns of 1803, 
4 and 5, and was present at the siege of Ddg, battle of Futtyghur, dege of Bhurtpore, and 
battle of Afzalghur. Served also at the captores of Bourbon and the Ide of France, 
in 1810. 

40 Lieut. -Col. the Hon. Robert Moore was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

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41 Lient-Col. Edwird Keane lenred with the ezpeditkm to the north of QerouBj ^ 
1805 ; ia Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, indading the retreat to and battle of 
Comnna ; and aabeequentlj under the Dake of Wellington^ from Not. 1813 to the end of 
the war, indading the battles of Orthea and Toolonae. Serred also the campaign of 181^, 
and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

42 Lieat.-CoL Purvis serred in the Peninsula with the Royal Dragoons, and haa reod^ed 
a medal for the battle of Vittoria. 

43 Lieut-Col. Robert Macdonald has recdved a medd for the battle of Salamanca. 

44 Lieat.-Col. Madox serred the campaign of 1815, and was preaent at the battle of Wa- 
terloo. 

45 Lieut-Col. Fuller served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. Fenin- 
sular campdgns from Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, induding the batde of Vittoria, nefe of San 
Sebastian, and battle of the Nive, where he was wounded in the shoulder and thigh. Cam- 
paign of 1815, induding the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray, and capture of Paris. 
Served also at Bhurtpore under Lord Combermere in 1826, and was slightly wounded in 
the arm. 

46 Lieut.-Col. C. P. EUis served the campdgns of 1813, 14, and 15, induding the paa- 
sage of the Bidassoa, and battlea of NiTeUe, Mive, before Bayonne, and Waterioo, at which 
last he was slightly wounded. 

47 Sir Wm. Robert Clayton accompanied his regiment (the Royd Horse Guards) to the 
Peninsula in Oct. 1812, and commanded a squadron at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 
and at the period when Marshd Soult attempted to relieve Pampdana. In 1815 again 
aoeompanieci his r^ment to the Netherlands, and was at the battlea of Quatre Bras, 
Genappe, and Waterloo. 

48 Lient-Col. Macadam landed in Portugd 1st Ang. 1806, with the 9th Regiineot, and 
served throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, induding the battlea of Roleia, and 
Vimiera ; passage of the Douro ; defence of Tarifa ; affairs on the retreat from Burgos in 
1812; nege and storming of San Sebastian (twice wounded, and commanded the false 
attack on the breach on the 31st Aug. the day of the capture) ; pessages of the Bidaaaoa 
(shot through the body), and Adonr; sereral affairs connected with the investment of 
Bayonne, and also the repulse of the sortie from thence ; beddes a variety of minor affairst 
and other desultory services during the Peninsular war. 

49 Lieut. -Col. Spink serred with the Light Company of the 12th Regiment in aeveral 
actions in the Travancore war, East Indies. Severdy wounded through Uie leg when lead- 
ing a night attack against the enemy's podtion at St. Mary's, Bourbon. Present also at 
the capture of the Ide of France, hia company forming the advance on landing, and repeat- 
edly engaged previous to its capture. 

50 Lieut -CoL R. F. MdviUe Browne served as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Brent Spenoer in 
the battles of Roli^a, Vimiera, Busaoo, Fuentes d'Onor, and the differfet affairs during the 
retreat of Massena from Portugd. Also at the dege of Flushing in 1809, as Aide-de-camp 
to Generd Gore Browne. 

51 lieut-Col. Byam served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 15, induding the battlea 
of Salamanca, Vittoriai Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo, beddes minor affairs. Severdj 
wounded by a grape-shot when carrying the regimentd colour of the 38th at Salamanca, and 
slightly wounded at Waterioo. 

52 Lieut-Col. Prendergast served in the Peninsula from Dec 1811 to March 1814, 
induding the battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, and deges of Badijos and San Sebastian. 

53 Lieut-Col. Drake served with the army on the Elbe, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 
and 6 ; in Portugd and Spain, under Sir John Moore, in 1808 and 9 ; with the ezpeditioa 
to Walcheren, 1809 ; in the PeninsnU in 1810 and 11, as Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent 
Spencer ; and in 1812 and 13 on the staff of the Quarter-Master Generd in the Peninsula. 

54 lieut-Cd. J. J. Snodgrass served in the Peninsula, France, and Flandera, from June 
1812 to the end of the war, induding the battles and affdrs of Vittoria, the Pyreneea, Vesa, 
NiTelle, Nive, Orthes, Tarbes, Toulouse, and Waterioo. Served also during the whole of 
the Burmese war. 

55 Ueot-CoL Garwood served in the Peninsula, Fhmoe, and Flanders, and was aligbtly 
wounded at the assault of Ciudad Rodiigo, and sererdy at Waterioo. 

56 Lieut.-CoL Jeremiah Taylor serv^ in Uie Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Feb. 1813, 
and agdn from Oct 1813 to the end of the war, induding the battles of Vimiera (wounded) ( 
Bnsaco, and Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, combat at Villa Murid (wounded), and 
repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. 

57 Sir Henry R. Wyatt sorved the campaign of 1814, induding the battle of Toolouae. 

58 M^or John Firaacr served in the Peninsula from June 1809 to June 1813, «»*>«»^f 
the battlea of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of ^^limanrr, 
and dege of Burgoa, where he was at the taking of the Horn Work 19th Sept, and led the 

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itormiiig party lo tbe breaeh formed br tha mine on fhe 14th Oct. 1812. Bmployed in the 
field tfaroaghout the whole of the Kmndyan rebellion in Ceylon, in 1817 and 18. 

59 Lient-Col. Wm. Roberts lenred in the Peninsnhi from Mav 1810 to Oct. 1812, and 
again from May 1813 to Sept. 1814, indnding the defence of Cadii , battle of jBarrosa, and 
eaptare of Seville. Medal ror Barroiai 

00 Lord Howden aerred as Aide-de-camp to his Grace the Dake of Wellington daring 
the yean 1817 and 18, to the dose of the occupation in France. Employed by GoTemmedt 
on • apecial miaaiony and present at the battle of Navarin in 1827 (wonnded and mentioned 
in CoBunander-in-Chief 's despatch) ; aiege of Antweip in 1832 (wounded) ; campaign in 
Spain, in Navane and Basque Provinces, in 1834. 

61 LieuL-Col. Robert Douglas serred at the capture of the Danish and Swedish West 
India Ishnda in 1801 ; expedition to the north of Germany in 1805 and 6. Peninsular 
canpaigns from Feb. 1812 to March 1814, including the battlea of Salamanca, Vittoria, and 
the Pyreneea (27th to 31st July), siege of San Sebastian (24th Aug. to 8th Sept.), and 
battle of NireUe. He has received a oroes for Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivdle. 

62 Lieut-Col. Chas. Stuart Campbdl served in Egypt in 1801 ; In Portugal and Spain in 
1808 and 9j including the battle of Coninna ; expedition to Wakheren, and siege of Flush - 
iog, 1809 ; Peninsnlar campaigns from 1811 to 1814, induding the battle of Vittoria, siege 
and assault of San Sebastian, at which latter he was severdy wounded in the thigh, and 
where the ball still remains. Medd and a dasp. 

63 Lieut»CoL ThomhiU served in Egypt in 1801 ; at the capturea of Martinique and 
Gaaddonpe in 1809 and 10 ; and in the Burmese war under Sir Archibdd Campbdl. Se- 
verely wounded in tiie attaek on the Burmese lines 25th Dec. 1824, and at the assault of the 
island of Cheduba. 

64 lient-CoL Dugdd Campbell served at the Ferrol in 1800 ; in Egypt in 1801, includ- 
ing the battlea of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March ; and agun in 1807, including the bom- 
bardment of Rosetta. Present at the battle of Mdda, 4th July, 1806 ; and at the capture of 
the islands of Ischia and Procida in 1809. Severdy wounded in the battle of the 21st March 
1801, in Egypt. Medd for services in Egypt 

65 Lieut-Col. Conddine served in the Peninsula from May 1810 to Feb. 1814, including 
the combat of the Coa ; battle of Busaco ; combats of Redinha, Conddxa, and Sabugal * 
•ieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz ; battle of Sdamanca ; passage of the 
Bidusoa, and battle of Nivdle, besides various skirmishes. Served dso at the attack on 
New Orleans 8th Jan. 1815. Severdy wounded at the assault of Badijoz, and again at the 
battle of NiveUe. 

66 Lieut-Col. St. John Augustus Clerke served with the old 94th regiment at the defence 
of Cadis, and also until the retreat from Santarem was closed at Fuentes d*Onor, having 
been preacnt in tiie actions at Redinha, Foz d*Aronce, and SabugaL Joined the 77th regi- 
ment (also in the Peninsula) on promotion, and served with it in the action at El Bodon, 
■ieges and aaaaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoc, induding the storming of Fort Picnrina. 
Severely wonnded in the leg at the storming of the castle of Badajos. 

67 Lient-CoL Brock served in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Inftmtry from Aug. to 
Nov. 1S08, June to Dec. 1811, and from Nov. 1812 to the end of the war, induding the 
Mlowlng battlea and afhirs, vis. : — ^Vimiera, Vittoria, Vera, Nivelle, Nive, Tarbes, Arcan- 
gues, and Toulouse, beddes various skirmishes and affdrs of out-posts. Also in the attack 
on New Orfeams, and the capture of Paris. Served in the Coorg campdgn in India, where 
a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a conspicuous and distinguished part. 

68 Lient-Col. John Moore serred at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and Guaddoupe 
in 1810. 

69 Lient-Col. Fhillott served at the Hdder in 1799 ; at the blockade and capture of 
Mdta, 1800 ; battle of Mdda, 1806 ; expedition to Egypt in 1807, induding the si^ and 
oaptare of Alexandria, blockade of B^osetta, and subsequent retreat. Served also with the 
expedition from Sidly to the bay of Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia and 
IVodda. 

70 Lient-Col. Patrick Campbdl (h. p. 52nd regiment) served with the 52nd regiment in 
the expedition to Ferrol and Cadiz, 1800 ; expedition to Gottenburg, 1808, and subse* 
qoently in liie Peninsula, FHince, and Flanders, during the whole ot the war, including the 
ntreat to Corunna, action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, 
and all the aoHons in the advance to Sabugd, where he was severdy wounded, and sent to 
England for recovery. Rejoined the army in the advance to Madrid, and served in the sub- 
wqnent retreat to Portugal, battle of Vittoria, attack on the heights of Vera (twice wounded 
at the head of his regiment, the 52nd), battles of the Pyrenees, Nivdle (the 68th French 
^iment surrendered to the 52nd on this occasion), Nive, Orthee (wounded), Toulouse, and 
Waterloo. Medd and a dasp for the battlea of Nivdle and Nive. 

71 Lient.-CoL Stone has received a medd for the battle of NiveDe. 

72 Lieot..Col. Tndlbrd served in the Peninsula, and was present at the battles of Tala- 

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▼era (woaoded), Albuhera, Botaco, VittoriB, Pyrenees, NiToUe^ Nive, Orthei, nJ 
Toulonae. 

73 Lieut. -Col. Oates, daring eight yean* active serrice in the West Indies, was fre- 
qnently engaged with tiie enemy, and twice severely wonnded, vis., in the right side hy ■ 
musket-ball at Cote de Per, and in the left ankle in an attack near Port an Prince. Serred 
also iiTe years in the East Indies and in Bgygt, and crossed the Desert under Sir David 
Baird. Eipedition to South America in 1807 ; and subsequently throughout the whole of 
the Peninsular war, including the battles of Talavera (severely wounded on the head by the 
bursting of a shell), Busaco, Fuentes d*OnOr ; 2nd and Sid sieges of Badajoz (aevvrely 
wounded at the storming of Fort Picurina) ; battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Orthes, where 
he was severely wounded through the right thigh. Medal for services in Egypt. 

74 lieut-Col. Edw. Thos. Fitzgerald served the campaign of 1815 on the staff of the 
Quarter-Master General, and was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

75 Lieut -Col. George Tovey served in Calabria, and was present at the battle of Maida. 
Served also in the Peninsula from July 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from Oct. 1812 to the 
end of the war, including the battles of Vimiera, Talavera, Vittoria, Pyrenees (25th July to 
2nd Aug.) ; siege of San Sebastian ; and battles of Nivelle. Nive, and Orthes. 

76 Lieut. -CoL Bunce seized on board H.M.S. Bedford at the battle of Camperdown, 
under Lord Duncan, and capture of the Dutch fleet, Uth Oct. 1797. In 1799 landed from 
the fleet under Lord Nelson at the siege and capitulation of St. Elmo at Naples, surrender 
of the castles of Uovo and Nuovo, and the siege and fall of Capua. Served in Egypt in 
1801. In May 1806 he commanded the seamen and marines landed from the aquadron 
under Sir Sydney Smith, at the attack and capture of the island of Capri, and was after- 
wards at the fall of Gaeta. Commanded the battalion of marines, landed from the fleet 
under Sir Robert Stopford daring the attack and capture of Java in 1811, tndading the 
storming the intrenched lines and fortifications of Comeilis, the fall of Gresil and Saarabaya. 
Independent of the above, he has been frequently engaged in boat actions. Medal for Java. 

77 Lieut.-Col. Charles Stisted served the Peninsular campaign of 1810, with the I3A 
Light Dragoons. 

78 Lieut.-Col. Linton served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of 
Waterloo. 

79 Lieut.-Col. C. B. Turner served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1809 to Jan. 1814, 
including the battles of Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor ; second siege of Badijoz ; si^ge and 
storming of Ciudad Rodrigo ; battle of Salamanca ; siege of Burgos : investment of I^m« 
peluna ; battles of the Pyrenees (28th, 29th. and 30th July), and Nivelle, besides bein^ 
engaged in twenty-eight diffisrent affairs and skirmishes. Severely wounded in the shoolder 
by a musket-shot whilst pressing the rear-guard of the enemy after the battle of Nivelle. 

80 Lieut -Col. Coles served in South America in 1807, including the operations previova 
to, and storming of Monte Video. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to 
Nov. 1811, and again from April 1813 to the end of the war, including the battles of Roleia, 
Vimiera, Talavera, Busaco, and Albuhera ; cavalry action at Usagre ; and passages of the 
Bidassoa, Nive, and Adour. 

81 Lieut-Col. John Eden served the campaign in Java in 1811, indnding the actiona oa 
the 10th and 26th Aug. Present also at the battle Of Maheidpore, in the East Indies, 21st 
Dec. 1817. 

82 Lieut-Col. Story served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1809 to the end of the war, 
indnding the following battles, sims, &c, viz. : — Busaco, Redinha, Campo Mayor, Ixw 
Santos, Albuheim, Usagre, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badiyoz (2 operations), Vittoria, Pampebma, 
and Toulouse. 

83 lieut-CoL Wm. Eraser served the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded at 
Quatre Bras. 

84 Lieut.-Col. Sbee served the early part of the compaign of 1809 in Portugal rand the 
latter end of 1809 and the years 1810 and 11 with the Sicilian army. Served ahw the 
Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14, with the Portuguese army. 

85 Lieut-CoL Hartley served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1813 to the end of the war»aiid 
was present at the battle of Nivelle. 

86 Lieut- Col. James Campbell served at the capture of Kandy in Ceylon in 1803 ; eem- 
paign in Spain, and battle of Corunna ; campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14*, and 15, under the 
Duke of Wellington, including the second siege of Badajoz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyre- 
nees, Nivelle and St. P^, Orthes, and Waterloo, and stomdng of Cambray. 

87 Lieut-CoL Chester served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action near 
Bergen, 2nd Oct. Served also the campaign in Spain from Sept 1808 to Jan. 1809, invad- 
ing the actions at Benevente, Villa Franca, and LAgo, and retreat to Corunna. 

88 lieut-Col. Manley Dixon served at the capture of various islands in the West ladies* 
in 1801, under Sir Thomaa Trigge. 

89 Lieut..Col. Gcddes served in Calabria in 1806 ; capture of Prodda 1809 \ in SteUy i» 

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1810 ; and aubteqnently in the Peninsula, including the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, 
and Toulousey at which last he receiyed a severe wound, which broke the left thigh-bone 
near the hip-joint. 

90 Lient.-Col. Wm. Elliot served in the Peninsula, and was present at the battles of 
Vimiera, Talavera, Busaco, and Albohera. 

91 Lient.-Col. Gilmour served at the capture of Ischia, Zante, and Cephalonia, In 1809, 
and of Santa Maura in 1810. Served afterwards on the eastern coast of Spain, and was 
present at the battle of Castalia ; engaged with the enemy on several occasions covering the 
retreat ; and employed in the batteries against Tarragona. After leaving Spain, he went to 
Genoa, under Lord Wm. Bentinck. 

92 lieut—CoL Pidgeon served in Portugal and Spain from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, 
indading the battles of Roleia, Yimiera, and Corunna ; expedition to Walcheren, including 
the capture of Ter Yere and Flushing ; Peninsular campaigns from Nov. 1812 to the end of 
the war, including the battles of Yittoria (slightly wounded), the Pyrenees, Nivdle, Nive, 
Orthes, and Toulouse ; besides various other affairs of less importance. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, and was present at the batde of Waterloo. 

93 l2ent.-Col. Charles Leslie served in the Peninsula tt various periods, and was present 
at the battles of Roleia and Yimiera, capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, first siege of 
Badajoz, and battle of Albuhera, besides skirmishes and affrays at out-posts. At the battle 
of Talavera he was severely wounded in the right leg, where the ball still remains. 

93* Lieut.-Col. John Wolrige was present at the attack on New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815. 

94 Lieut.-Col. Cadell served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; expedition to Sweden, 
and afterwards to tiie Peninsula, including the battle of Corunna ; expedition to Wal- 
cheren; Peninsular campaigns from 1811 to the end of the war, including the following 
battles, sieges, &c„ vix. :— Barrosa (slightly wounded), Cadix, Arroya de Molino, Almarez 
(reduction of forts), Yittoria, Pyrenees (25th to Slst July), Nivelle, Nive. St. Palais, 
Orthes, and Tsulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of 
Waterloo. 

95 Lieut. -Col. Wm. Beckwith served in the Peninsula from July 1813 to the end of the 
war, indnding the battles of the Nivelle and Nive. Served also tbe campaign of 1815, and 
was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

96 Lieut.-CoI. J. M. Robertson served at the capture of Guadeloupe in 1810, and again 
in 1815. 

97 Lieut.*Col. Tyler served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the battles of Roleia, Yimiera, Oporto, Talavera and Busaco (wounded in the left 
shoulder) ; in the lines at Torres Yedras and pursuit of the enemy from thence ; battle of 
Fuentes d'Onor ; first siege of Badajoz ; actions at £1 Bodon and Aldea de Ponte ; sieges 
and captures of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz ; battles of Yittoria, Pyrenees, NiveUe, 
Ortlies, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre 
Bras and Wmterloo. 

98 Lient.-Col. Gawler served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1811 to the end of the war, in- 
dnding tiie siege and assault of Badajoz ; battles of Yittoria, Nivdle, Orthes, and Toulouse, 
beddes various minor affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the 
battle of Yittoria. Wounded below the right knee by a musket shot at the storming of 
Badajoz, 6th April 1812, and in the neck by a musket-shot, at San Munos, 17 Nov. 
following. 

99 Lieut.-Col. Kettlewell served at Copenhagen in 1807 ; and in Ceylon during the 
rebeUioninl817andl8. 

100 Lieut.-Col. George Marshall served at the battle of Copenhagen. 

101 Lieat.-Col. Firman served in the Peninsula in 1812 and 13, including the retreat 
from Madrid, battle of Yittoria, and the pass of Maya, at which last he was twice wounded. 

102 Lieut.-Col. Wm. Cox served at Copenhagen in 1807, and in the Peninsula from June 
1808 to Jan. 1809, May 1809 to Sept. 1810, and again from Sept. 1812 to May 1614, in- 
cluding the battles of Roleia, Yimiera, Talavera, Yittoria, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes, and 
affair at Tarbes. Severely wounded through the riffht shoulder by a musket-shot at Yittoria ; 
in the left side at Nivelle ; and through the right leg at Tarbes. 

103 Iient.-Col. Wm. Tumor served in Hanover in 1805 and 06 ; battle of Corunna, 
expedition to Waicheren and siege of Flushing, 1809. Campaign of 1815, indnding the 
battle of Waterioo. 

104 Lieut.-Col. John Ross served in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, induding the 
setion at Lugo on tiie retreat, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Waicheren, and siege 
of Flushing, 1809. Peninsular campaigns from Jan. 1811 to the end of the war, induding 
the battle of Fuentes d'Onor ; siege of Badajoz and storming of fort St. Christoval in 1811 ; 
oovering the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz ; battle of Salamanca ; capture of the 
Sttiro at Madrid ; siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence ; action at San Munos ; battle 
of Nivdle, and carrying the heights of St. Pe, and battle of Orthes. Served also the cam- 

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pogn of 1S15, indiidmg the battle of Waterloo, and taking of Cambray. Wonndedia 
action at Lasaca, 31it Aug. 1813. 

105 Lient-Col. Anaten was at the landing at the Hdder in Aug. 1799, and terenly 
wounded at the battle of £gmont-op-Zee, 2nd Oct. following. Senred in Egypt in 1601, 
including the aurrender of Alexandna. Preaent at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1810, and 
again in 1815. 

106 Lient.-Col. Briggs senred at the siege and capture of Cojpenhagen in 1807 ; aftar- 
wards to Sweden under Sir John Moore ; and aubsequently to rortugsl, where he landed 
with his regiment (the 28th) immediately after the battle of Vimiera, and was preaent at ths 

Passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Bnsaco, Albuhera, the Nifelle, Nive, Orthes, aad 
'oulouse ; the siege of Badajoi ; and Lord Hill's action before Bayonne, 13 Dec. 1813, 
besides all the minor affairs connected with the abore mentioned actions. 

107 Licnt.-Col. Edward Knight commanded the 11th Portuguese regiment at the battk 
of Vittoria, and has received the medaL 

108 Lieut..Col. Clanchy senred in Hanover under Lord Cathcart in 1805 and 6. Expe* 
dition to Madeira, 1807, and capture of the lines of Funchal. Peninsular campaigns frass 
Sept 1808 to the end of the war, including the battle of Busaoo ; retreat to the lines tt 
Torres Vedras, and the subsequent advance ; pursuit of the French army under Masseos i 
actions at Pombal, Redinha, and Condeiza ; scaling the heights of the EcheUar ; action st 
Sabugal ; first siege of Almeida, and its subsequent blockade ; battle of Fuentea d'Onor; 
and retreat from Burgoa. 

109 Lieut-Col. Dig^e was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

110 Sir John Scott lilUe served in the 6th Regt, with the first expedition to Portqgsl 
in 1808, and was present at the battle of Vimiera, and capture of Lisbon. In 1809, as at- 
tain in the Lusitanian L^on, in various engagements for the defence of Portugal during ths 
important interval between the embarkation at Corunna and the return of the second expe- 
dition to Liabon. Campaign of 1810— battle of Busaco, and retreat to the linea of Toms 
Vedras. 1811— actions of Redinha and Pombal, capture of Campo Mayor, sieges of Oil* 
ven^ and Badiyox. 181S — battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and retreat from Bulges. 
1813— actions at Aldea de Ponte, Osma, and bridge of Subuana de MoreUas (wounded), 
battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, actions in the Pyrenees (24th, 25th, 26th, 28^ 
and 30th July), Irun and St Martial, capture of San Sebaatian, paasage of the Bidassoa, 
battles of Nivelle (wounded) and Nive. 1814 — ^battles of Orthea and Toulouse, at whicb 
last he was severelv wounded and left for forty-eight hours on the fidd of battle, supposed 
to have been killed. Croas for the battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toukrase. 

111 Lieut-Col. B. Orlando Jones served in Hanover in 1805 and 6 ; and afterwards in 
the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, including the battles of RoUfu, Vinuen, 
Busaco, (lines of Lbbon), Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria, Nivelle, near Bayonne 9th Dec, St 
Jean de Lux 11th, 12ch, and 13th Dec., inveatment of Bayonne, and repulse of the soctie ; 
besides about thirteen other affairs of less note. Slightly wounded at the attack on Fort St 
Gaitano, at Salamanca ; and severely in the action of Toioaa in Biscay. 

112 Lieut-CoL De Lancey served at Walcheren in 1809; and in the Peninaola daring 
partsoflSU, 12,andl3. 

113 Lieut-CoL Baynes served the campaign in Naples in 1805. Peninsular eaapaiga 
fh>m Jan. 1809 to Jan. 1813, and was wounded in the head at the battle of Talavera« Served 
also in Holland, the Netherlands, and France from Dec. 1813 to Nov. 1818, indndiog ths 
bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and battle of Waterloo, where he waa al^tly 
wounded in the face and body. Medal for Talavera. 

114 Lieut -CoL Webber was employed in the expedition to, and in the eaptnre of the 
colony of Surinam 1804. Camoaign in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore ; and subse- 
quently under the Duke of Welungton, from Mav 1812 to the end of the war, inrluding the 
battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, St Palais, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides affaire of out* 
poets. Champaign of 1814 in Canada under Sir George Prevost; and that of 1815 under the 
Duke of Wellington, indnding the battle of Waterloo, where he was wounded. Wounded 
also during the operations against the forts in the River Surinam, by the frUing of a buildiof 
in consequence of the ex^odon of a magaxine. 

115 lieut-CoL John Browne served in the Peninsula with the 4th Regt., including the 
lines at Torres Vedraa, pursuit of Massena, action at Redinha, battle of Fuentea d'Onor, sicgs 
of Radios (wounded), siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo. Served also the campaign ef 
1815, indnding the battlea of Qnatre Bras and Waterloo, at which latter he was aeveiely 
wounded. 

116 lieut-CoL Crowe served in the Peninsula from July 1811 to the end of the war, id- 
eluding the support of the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and covering Uie siqi^ of Bad^oa» ac- 
tion at Usagre, ei^ge and storming the fort at, and battle of Salamanca, siege of Buigos, 
actions before Bayonne, and battle of Orthea. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was 
aevwely wounded at Qnatre Braa. 

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117 lient-CoL T. C. Kirby wnred at the Ferrol in 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801, 
indading the actions of the 8th and 13th March (woonded), and ISth October. Serred 
bIm in the eampaigna in Holland, Fnjice, and Flanders, including the action at Menem, 
bombardment of Antwerp, battle of Waterloo, taking of Cambray, and capture of Ftois. 

118 Lieut. -Col. Bateman served with the expedition to Soutk America under Greneral 
Crawford, and was in the attack on Buenoa A]rres. Served in the Peninsula in 1810, 11, 
and 13, and was severely wounded at the battle of Vittoria. Served also in the American 
war in 1814, and was present at Flattsbuig. 

119 Lienc.-CoL Quill served at the capture of the French West India Isbnds in 1815, 
under Sir James Leith. 

120 Lieut.-Col. W. H. Davies served in South America in 1806; and enbsequently in 
the Peninsula, including the sieges of Cadiz, Tarragona, and Tarifa. 

121 Lieut.-Col. James Thomson was severely wounded at the battle of Orthes. 

122 Lieut.^Col. Norcliffe served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present at 
the battles of Talavera, Busaoo, and Salamanca, in which last he was severely wounded and 
taken prisoner. 

123 Lieut-CoL Sherburne Williams served at the capture of Onadaloupe in 1815. 

124 Lieut. -Col. John Cos, with the exception of a few months, served throughout the 
whole of the Peninsular war with the 95th (Rifle Brigade) commencing with the first affair, 
when his company formed part of the detachment which dislodged the French from the post 
of Obidos, 15th Aug. 1808. He was also engaged with the enemy in the following battles, 
sieges, affairs, &c. vis. Roleia, Vimiera, bridge of Benevente, in front of Talavera, Barba 
del Poerca, Galligos, Barquillo, Almeida, Mora Morta, Sista, Busaco, Alenouier, Arada, 
Santerim, Pombd, Redinha, Condeixa, Cazal Nova, Fos d'Aronce, Truxadas, Sabugsl, 
Almeida (10th to 14th A^ril 1811) Marcalva Bridge, Fuentes d'Onor, Nava d'Avar, For- 
caylos, Ciudad Rodrigo (siege and storming), San Milan, Vittoria, Echarrianos, Pampeluna, 
keightB of Santa Barbara, pass of Echelkr, Vera, pass of Vera, Nivelie, Arcangues, and 
Tarbes. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the affairs of out-post on the 17th 
Jane, and the battle of Waterloo, 18th June. Wounded in the right shoulder by a musket- 
ball at Vimiera ; compound fracture of the left arm by a musket>shot at the storming of 
Ciudad Rodrigo ; left leg badly fractured by a musket-shot at Tarbes, ball still lodged. 

125 IJeut.-Col. Greaves was present in the attack on New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815. 

126 Lient.-Col. Charleton served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal for the battle 
of Toulouse, vrhere he was severely wounded. 

127 Lieot.-Col. Cartwright served the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, indnding the battles 
oi the Pyrenees, Nivelie, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo. 

128 Lieut.-Col. Garland was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

129 lient.-Col. Yale has received a medal for the battle of Albuhera. 
1.30 Lieut.-Col. Arthur Gore was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

131 Iieut.-Col. Pringle Taylor served the campaigns in the Deccan of 1817, 18, and 19, 
including the actions at Bncktowlie, Nagpore, and Aahta ; siege and capture of Capaul- 
droog, where he led the Forlorn Hope, and was shot through the lungs and body. 

132 Lieut.-Col. Schreiber waa slightly wounded st W^rloo. 

133 Idcut—Col. Carmichael serv^ in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, fit>m Aug. 
1812 to the end of the war, including the battle of Vittoria, siege and assault of San Sebas- 
tian, and battles of the Nivelie, Nive, and Waterloo. Received three wounds at the storm- 
ing of San Sebastian, and at the battle of the Nive ; served also in the Kandyan rebellion 
in Ceylon s and at Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere. 

134 Lieat.-Col. Nidholson served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bom- 
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1 Major Edwird Wood lenred the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has recdTed the 
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I* Major Wolfe eerred the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has receiyed the medal. 

2 Major Langlanda served in the Peninsula with the 74th regiment, and has received a 
medal and a clasp for the assaults and captures of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz : slightly 
wounded at the former, and severely at the latter. 

3 Major Onslow served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 
lOfh and 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th October. Served also in the Peninsula from 1809 to the 
end of the war, including the battles of Talavera, Albnhera, Usagre, fiusaoo, Salamanca, Vit- 
toria, and Toulouse, besides various skirmishes. 

4 Major Wm. Campbell served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and a clasp for 
the battles of the Pyrenees and Nivelle. 

5 Sir Victor Von Arentsschildt served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and two 
clasps for the battles of fiusaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Toulouse. 

6 Major Robyns served in the American war. 

7 Major Thome served in the American war, and was present at the attack and capture of 
the fort and town of Castine, Bangor, and Machias, on the river Penobscot. 

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

9 Major Sandham's services: — Campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of 
the 27th Aug;., lOth and 19th Sept., and 2nd Oct. Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807 ; to 
Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore, 1808 and9 ; and to 
Walcheren, 1809. Campaign in Holland, 1814 ; and in Flanders and France in 1815, 
including the battle of Waterioo. 

10 Major Gore served in the American war, including the actions at Chrystler's Farm, 
and Niagara. Served also throughout the Burmese war, and commanded the 89th regiment 
Ave times in action during the war. 

11 Major Annesley's services : — Campaign in Egypt, 1801 ; in Italy and Calabria, 1805 
and 6, including the battle of Maida, and siege of ScyUa Castle ; in the Peninsula from Aug. 
1811 to Feb. 1814, including the siege of the forts at, and battle of Salamanca, siege of 
Burgos, battles of the Pyrenees (28th July to 2nd Aug.), and Nivelle, at which last he was 
wounded in the ankle. Medal for the battle of Salamanca. 

12 Major Hutton served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, from Aug. 1811 to 
May 181.3. 

13 Major Sweeny was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

14 Major Greatly served in South America, under General Whitelock, in 1807 ; in Por- 
tugal and Spain in 1808 and 9, including the cavalry action at Benevente, and battle of 
Corunna. Served also at the attack and capture of Guadaloupe in 1810. 

15 M^r George HaU served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1811 to June 1812, and again 
from Oct. 1813 to the end of the war, including the following battles and sieges, viz. : — 
Foentes d'Onor, Cindad Rodrigo, Badajoz (severely wounded), Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

15 Major C. C. Michell served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and a clasp for 
the battles of Vittoria, and Toulouse. 

17 Major James Mill was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

18 Major Goldsmid served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, including 
the cavalry affairs at Castrajon, Quintan de Puerta, and Monasterio, battles of Salamanca, 
and Vittoria, and siege of San Sebastian. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was pre- 
sent at the battle of Waterloo. 

19 Major Edward Jones served at Walcheren in 1809 ; and in the Peninsula from July 
1811 to the end of the war, including the action at El Bodon, and sieges and assaults of 
Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz. Severely wounded at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo. 

20 Major Bowers wu slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

21 Major George Browne served in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 9, including the 
retreat to, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809. Peninsular campaigns 
of 1810, 11, 12, and 13, including the siege of OHven^a, first investment of Badajoz, battle 
of Albuhera, affairs of Fuente Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege 

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Notes to the Majors. 

and anault of Badajoi, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid, afl^ at Otma, and battles 
of Vittoria and the Pyrenees. Severely wounded at the assault of Badajoz, slightly at SaU- 
manca, and severely at the Pass of Roncesvalles. 

22 Major Percy Pratt joined the 2od battalion of the 47th regiment in the Peninsula ahortly 
after the fall of San Sebastian. 

23 Major Alexander Fraser served at Walcheren in 1809, and afterwards in the Peninmlav 
including the following battles, sieges, &c. viz. : Busaco, Salamanca, Vittoriai San Sebastian, 
Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive. 

24 Sir T. Livingston Mitchell served with his regiment the 95th (Rifle Brigade), at the 
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz ; and on the Quarter- Master-Greneral's stuuff witil 
the termination of the Peninsular war, when he was sent back to Spain and Portogal on a 
special mission to make surveys of the fields of battle and positions of the armiea. 

25 Mi\)or Felix was slightly wounded at Quatre Bras. 

26 Major Trevor accompanied the 33rd regiment to the North of Germany in 1813 ; 
served with it in Holland in 1814. and was present at both attacks on Merxem, and tha 
atorming of Be^;en-op-Zoom. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the actions at 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, 16th, 17th, and 18th June. 

27 Major T. H. Elliot served in the Peninsula from 1811 to Nov. 1813. 

28 Major Thomas Seward was at the battle of Copenhagen in 1801 ; and at Nav«rin in 
1827. 

29 M^or Wm. Bruce served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, inchading 
the battles of the Pyrenees 28th, 29th, and 30th July, blockade of Pampelnna, battles of 
Nivelle 10th Nov., Nive 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Dec., investment of Bayonne, and battle 
of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

30 Sir Trevor Wheler served in the Peninsula from June 1810 to the end of the war, in- 
eluding the actions of Pombal, Redinha, Foz d' Aronce, and Sabugal ; battle of Foentcs 
d'Onor ; affairs of Llerena, and Castrejon ; battle of Salamanca ; retreat from Bofgos ; 
battles of Vittoria, Nivelle. and near Bayonne on the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

31 Major H. A. Fniser served in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 9, under Sir John 
Moore, including the battle of Coninna. Expedition to Walcheren 1809. Peninsular cam- 
paigns from 7th Aug. 1810 to Dec. 1812, and again from Feb. 1814 to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Sala- 
manca, siege of Burgos (severely wounded through the body), and battle of Toulouae, where 
he was again severely wounded, a musket- ball having entered the right thigh. Served also 
the campaign of 1815. including the actions at Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which latter 
he was slightly wounded. 

32 Major Thomas Wright was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

33 Major Barralier served at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of Gnadalonpc in 
1810, and again in 1815. 

34 Major James Henderson served at the siege of Copenhagen and action at Keog in 
1807. Expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, 
1808 and 9, including the action at Lugo and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, 
1809. Campaigns of 1814 and 15 in France and Flanders, including the affair at Tarbes, 
and battles of Toulouse and Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded in the thigh by 
a grape-shot. 

35 Major Wm. Smith served at the capture of Martinique in 1809. 

36 Major Workman served at the capture of Martinique and the Saintes in 1809, and of 
Gaudaloupe in 1810, and again in 1815. 

37 Major Swectman served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798 ; at the siege of Co* 
pcnhagen in 1807 ; and afterwards in Portugal and Spain, including the battles of Roleiat 
Yimiera, Corunna, capture of Oporto, and battle of Talavera. 

38 Major Hore served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the medal. 

39 Major Lawrence served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the medal. 

40 Major Robert Kelly served in tlie Peninsula with the 5th battalion of the 60th rai- 
ment, and was severely wounded in action with the enemy 19th March 1814. 

41 Major Wilkinson served on board H.M.S. Dromeda in Lord Duncan's fleet off Cam- 
perdown, blockading the Dutch fleet in the Texel in 1798*, after which proceeded to India 
and fell in with a large body of Malay pirates off Batavia, which were completely destroyed. 
On board the Leander at the capture of the ViUe de MUan^ French frigate, and recapture of 
the Cleopatra f off Bermuda. Served also in the expedition on the north coast of Spain, 
under Sir James Malcolm, and Captain (now Colonel) Parke. Major Wilkinson has served 
in every quarter o( the globe, and was taken prisoner by the Americans near Norfolk in 
Virginia while carrying despatches. Medal for services in Egypt. 

42 Major Thomas Kelly served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has received the 
medal 

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Notes to the Majors, 

43 Mqor R. B. Hunt served at Hanoyer in 1805 and d; at Copenhagen in 1807; 
and in the Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to May 1812, including the siege of Ciudad 
Rodiigo. 

44 Major Shadwell Gierke served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and first 
part of 1811, including the battles of Roli<;a and Vimiera, retreat to Corunna, actions at 
Logo and before Corunna, battle of Corunna (contused on the forehead by a musket-ball), 
operations on the Coa during the siege and battle of Almeida, battle of Busaco, retreat to 
the lines of Torres Vedras, affair near Leiria, and actions at Pombal and Redinha, at which 
hut he was severdy wounded in the right leg which was afterwards amputated. 

45 Major Moyle Sherer served in the Peninsula from July 1809 to Dec. 1811, and from 
Aagast 1812 to July 1813, including the actions at Busaco, Albuhera, Arroya de Molinos, 
Vittoria, and Maya in the Pyrenees. 

46 Major Wm. £. Maling served at Copenhagen in 1807 ; and in the Peninsula in 1808. 

47 Major Samuel Thorpe served in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, including the 
sffair at Lugo and battle of Corunna. Capture of Walcheren 1809. Subsequently in the 
Peninsula, including the sieges of Olivenqa and Badajoz, battles of Albuhera (twice wounded) 
and Toulouse, when he was again severely wounded. Served afterwards in the American 
war, and was present at Plattsburg. 

48 Major Begbie served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Nov. 1809, including the cap- 
ture of Oporto, and battle of Talavera. 

49 Major John Macpherson served in Hanover in 1805 and 6 ; at Bnenos Ayres in 1807 ; 
in Portugal and Spain from July 1808 to January 1809, including the battles of Roleia and 
Vimiera, action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren and siege of 
Flushing where he was wounded. Peninsula from May to Dec. 1812, indnding the battle 
of Salamanca, where he was severely wounded. 

50 Major Kennedy served at Walcheren and was present at the siege of Flushing. 

51 Major Burrowes served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810. 

52 Major Honeyman Mackay served on the expedition to Walcheren, and at the capture 
of Flushing, 1809. Served also in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, and battles of Vittoria (wounded in 
the head), Pyrenees, Nivelle and Orthes. 

53 Major Gloster served in the Peninsula from Oct. 1809 to the end of the war, includ- 
ing the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of the forts at Salamanca, battles of 
Salamanca, the Pyrenees (28th July to 2nd Aug.), Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Wounded in the left arm at the battle of Salamanca, and through the right breast at Tou- 
loase, the ball passing through the right lobe of the lungs and out at the back. 

54 Major James Kerr Ross was slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

55 Major Thomhill served at the capture of Gaudaloupe in 1809. 

56 Major Bullock served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and 
capture of Paris. 

57 Major Fitz Maurice served in the Peninsula from April 1811 to the end of the war, 
including the action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad 
Rodrigo and Badajoz, action at San Milan, battle of Vittoria, actions at the Bridge of Yanri 
and Vera, battles of Nivelle and Nive, affair at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Served ahK> 
the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras. Leg broken at the storming of 
Badajoz, and severely wounded in the thigh by a musket-ball at Quatre Bras. 

58 Major James Dudgeon Brown served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, and was pre- 
sent at the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. 

59 Major George Dry Hall was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

60 Major Wm. Seward served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, and was 
present at the battle of Vimiera. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809 ; and subsequently in the 
Peninsula, including Tarifa, Barrosa (wounded), Vittoria, and the Nive. 

61 Major Charles Head served with the expedition to the southern states of America, and 
the campaign against New Orleans. 

62 Major James Butler served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to the end of the war, 
including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, Busaco, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, 
Orthes, and Toulouse ; sieges and captures of Olivenqa, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz, 
besides a great many minor actions and skirmishes. Wounded at Vimiera ; severely 
through the left leg by a musket-shot in a sortie from Fort St. Christoval ; and again severely 
in the left breast, shoulder, and back, at the storming of Badajoz. 

63 Major Blood served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to the end of the war, including 
the battle of Nivelle. and actions of the 9th, 10th, and 1 1th Dec. 1813, near Bidart. 
Slightly wounded at Nivelle. 

64 Major M'Niven served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, including the investment of 
Bayonne in 1813. battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, where he was 

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Notes to the Majors* 

■evenly wwmAtd near the groin by a miuket^baU while currying the regimentel oolow of 
the 42nd Highlniden. 

65 Major Weatlake served in the retreat to Corunna ander Sir John Moore. Expedition 
to Walcfaeien and liege of Flnahing, 1809. Peninanla from Jane 1811 to Ang. 1812. 
Slightly wonnded at the aiege of Flashing. 

66 M^or John Crawford Yonng senred in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, 
indnding the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Calcavellas, and Corunna. Expedition to WaU 
cheren, 1809. Peninsular campaigns from Oct. 1812 to the end of the war, including the 
battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Tarbea, and Toulouse. 

67 M^jor Daring served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and lubse- 
qnently ffom the latter part of 1812 to the end «f the war, including the battles of Conmna, 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

68 Major Alexander Forbes served in the Peninsula ham Aug. 1811 to Jnly 1812, and 
again from Sept* 1813 to the end of the war, including the covering of the siege of Bad^joa 
March and April 1812, and battles of Nivelle and Nive. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
inchiding the actions of the I6Ui, 1 7th, and 18th June, at Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at 
which last he was wounded in the right leg by a musket-shot. 

69 Major Alexander Grant served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, and was 
engaged on the 6th and 8th Jan. 1806. Proceeded with the expedition from thence to Buenos 
Ayres, and was present in the engagements of the 26th and 27th June, and 1st, 11th, and 
12th Aug. 1806. Campaign in tiie Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, including the 
actions at Roleia Yimiera, Lugo, and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, and engaged 
with the enemy on the 30th and 31st July, 1809. Peninsular campaigns from Sept. 1810 
to the end of the war, including the battles and affairs of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (4th, 6th, 
25th, 30th, and 3lBt Jnly), Cambo, Nive, Bayonne, Orthes, Aire, Tarbea, and Toulouse. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Wounded at Vittoria, 
Maya, and near Bayoane. In all, thirty-three times engaged, and three times wounded. 

70 Major Romney served the Mahratta campaign of 1817, including the affair at Jnbble- 
pefe, also at the siege and capture of Gounoune in 1807. 

71 M^r Charles Stewart served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to June 1813, includ- 
ing the battle of Puentes d*Onor (slightly wounded), and actions at Arroya de Molino and 
Almarax. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of WaterlcM>. 

72 Major Cowell served at the battle and storming of Nagpore in the East Indies in 1818. 

73 Major Flamank served in the Peninsula from Jan* 1811 to the end of the war, indnd- 
ing the battle of Fnentes d*Oaor, 2nd siege of Badajoz, covering the sieges of Ciudad 
Rodrigo and Bad^os, affair of Moresoo, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battles of 
Vittoria and the Pyrenees, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle and St. Pe, and 
Orthes. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of W^aterloo, and capture 
of Cambray. 

74 Major Meade served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to Oct. 181 1 includinfc the 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and other minor affairs. On the staff of General Count Wall> 
raoden, in 1813, at the actions of Rastorf in Mecklenburg, and Goerde in Hanover. 
Assisted also at the defence of Rostock by the Swedes, where his horse was killed, and 
his left arm disabled. Served the campaign in Holland, in 1814, including the attack (ui 
Merxem, bombardment of Antwerp, and attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. 

75 Major Harrison served in the American war. 

76 Major Jacob served the Mahratta campaign of 1818. Present at the storming of 
Boodge, March 1819, captures of Ras^el-Khyma and Ziah, Dec. 1819 ; Dawarka and Bete, 
Dec. 1820 ; Beni-Boo-AlU, March 1821. Served in Arracan in 1825. 

77 Major George Bolton served the campaign in Spain under Sir John Moore, indnding 
the battle of Conuina. Served on the expedition to Walcheren, and at the siege of Fiii»b'-> 
ing in 1809. 

78 Major Welch terved the campaign in Travancore, East Indies, in 1809 ; and the caaa- 
paigns in Ava in 1824 and 25. 

79 Major Pilling served in South America in 1807, and was present in the attack on 
Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Nov. 1809, including tlie 
battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Talavera, at which latter he was wounded between ibe 
shoulders. 

80 Major Charters served with the expedition to Hanover under LordCathcart in 180& ; 
Walcheren expedition, 1809 ; and campaign in Holland under Lord Lynedoch, in 1814. 

81 Mi^or Thom ts Stewart served at the reduction of Martinique, St. Martin's, and St, 
Eustattus, in 1809, and of Guadaloupe in 1810, and again in 1815. 

82 Major Henry Reid served at Cadis from March 1813 to the end of the war. Served 
also in the American war, including the affair at Hampden. 

83 Major Pringle served at Walcheren in 1809. Also the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in 

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Notes to the Majors. 

Holland, Flanders, and France, indnding the aetion at Menen, bombardment of Antwerp, 
and battle of Waterloo. 

84 Major Wm. Long served the campaigns from Sept. 1813 to the end of the war, 
inclading the followiug battles and ^airs, viz. : — Cambo, Nive, before Bayonne (wounded), 
Orthea, Aire, Tarbes, Tonloase, and Waterloo. 

85 Major Wentworth served in Ceylon during the Kandyan rebdlion in 1817 and 18. 

86 M^or George Simmons served in the Peninsula with the 95th regiment (Rifle Bri- 
gade) fh>m May 1809 to the end of the war. On piquet at Barba-del-Puerco when the enemy 
attacked at midnight and were repulsed. Present in the action of the light Division at the 
bridge uf Almeida ; lines at Torres Vedras ; actions of Pombal, Redinha, Casal Nova, Foz 
d'Aronoe, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor ; sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo, 
and Badajoz ; battle of Salamanca ; advance to, and capture of Madrid ; affair of San 
Munoa on the retreat from it ; action at San Milan ; battles of Vittoria, and Echellar ; pas- 
sage of the Bidassoa, and heights of Vera ; actions of the Nivelle, Orthes, and Tarbes, 
besides various affairs of out-posts. Served ako the campaign of 1815 including the actions 
of the lAch, 17th, and 18th June at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Severely wounded through 
the thigh, at Almeida, by a musket-shot which injured the bone, and bruised in the leg by 
another ball ; right knee-pan fractured by a musket-ball at Tarbes ; and received a gun* 
shot wound in the right side at Waterloo, the ball in its course broke two ribs, passed 
through the liver, and was afterwards cut out of his breast. 

87 Captain Barton Parker Browne served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the 
battle of Waterloo. 

88 Bfajor Lewis S. B. Robertson served with the expedition to Walcheren, and was 
present at the siege of Flushing. Served also at the taking of the Kandyan country in 
Ceylon under Sir Robert Brownrigg. 

89 Major Buchan served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the reconnoitring 
of the position before Antwerp, action of Meraem, and bombardment of Antwerp. 

90 Major Rutherford served in the Peninsula, and was present at the siege of Cadiz, 
action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, first siege of Badajoz, and battles of Nivelle, 
Orthes and Toulouse. Served afterwards in the American war. 

91 Major Gibson served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1813 to the end of the war, includ- 
ing the battles of the Pjrrenees, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa (wounded), 
and the subsequent actions in which the left wing of the army was engaged. Served also 
the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

92 Major Macready served the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in Holland, Flanders, and 
France, and was engaged at Fort Frederick Hendrick, and at the actions of the 16th, 17th, 
and 18th June at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Served afterwards in the East Indiea and 
was present at the siege of Asseerghur, March and April 1819. 

93 Major L. Morse-Cooper served the campaign of 1814, including the investment of 
Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie from thence. Also the campaign of 1815, including the 
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Served also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 
Slightly wounded at Bayonne, and severely at Waterloo, where he received live wounds. 

94 Major Walter Ogilvy served in the Burmese war, and was present at the taking of 
Arracan. 



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Sir Dar. Leighton, 

KCB. do. do. 

Sir Chaa. Deaeon, 

f CB. do. do, 

Jaa. Welth do. do. 
Sir Thos. Conellls, 

jrCB. do. do. 

John N. Smith 10 Jan. 97 

E.Ind. 

Chas. Parran do. do. 
Sir Jae. Ruuell, 

KCB. do. d0. 

Mr Don. Macleod, 

KCB. do. d0. 

5lr Joe. O'Halloran, 

KCB. do. do. 

Martin White do. do. 

E. Boardman do. d49. 

Geo. Wahab do. do. 

Dar. C. Kenny do. do. 

Josiah Marahall do. do. 

Rich. Podmore do. de. 
Sir Rob. Houstoun, 

KCB. do. do. 

A. Moleeworth do. do. 

Jn. Oreenetreet do. ^, 

Chrlft. Pagan do. do. 
Sir Wm. Caaement, 

KCB. do. do. 

Wm. Croxton do. do. 

Jaa. R Lumley do. do. 

WtlUam Comyn do. do. 

M. L. Perelra do. do, 

T. PoUok, CB. do. do. 
Sir John Roae, 

KCB. do. do. 

Wm. Monro do. do, 

Geo. R. Kemp do. do. 

Hen. Roome do. do. 

John Munro do. do. 

J. Cunningham do. do. 

C.T. O. Bifthop do. do. 
J. A. P. Macf regor 

do. do, 

Alex. LImottd do. do. 
J. D. OreenhiU, 

CB. do. do, 

5ir J.Prendergaet do. do, 
Sir Wm.Richardi, 

KCB. do. do. 

Alex. Duncan do. do. 
Sir T. Whitehead, 

KCB. do, do. 

Rob. J. Latter do. do. 

Thoo. Stewart do. do. 

JeriT P. Dy»on do. do. 

W. D. CleUand do. do. 

W. U. Pttrkina do. do. 



Sir John Doreton, 

KCB. 10 Jan. 97. &/fuf. 

Alex. Pair, CB. do. do. 
Sir Darid Poulls, 

KCB. do. do. 

D. M*PherKm do. do. 
Wm. Hopper do. do. 
Sir Thi«. Anburey, 

KCB. do. do. 

S/r J. L. LuthlngtoD, 

OCB. do. do. 

B. W. D. Sealy do. do. 
Wm. C. Prater do. do. 
Wm. Gilbert do. do. 
Sir George Arthur, 

KCH. 92 Dec. 

Upper Canada. 
Jaa. Contidlne, KH. 

95 May 98 

Africa 
Brackley Kennett 

28 June S,Ind. 

Wm. Innee do. do, 

John P. Dunbar do. do. 

And. Aitcheeon do. do. 

Adam Hogg do. do. 

Christ. Ho<Uraon do. do. 

Rich. Wliish do. do, 

A. Andrews, CB. do. do. 

Gab. R. Penny do. do. 

James Ahmuty do. do, 

James Cock do. do. 

Wm. Hull. CB. do. do. 
Sir Jas. Limond, 

CB. do. do. 

C. M*Leod, CB. do. do. 
Thos. Gamer do. do. 
R. Pitman, CB. do. do. • 
C. Sull. Pagan, CB. do. do. 
E.W.Shuldham do. do. 
W. S. Heathcote do. do. 
Rich. H.Yatea do. do. 
J. Mayne, CB. do. do, 
W.Sandwith,CB.do. do. 
Moflsem Boyd do. do. 
John M'Innee do. do. 
J. P. Salter, CB. do. do. 
Sir Eph. G. Stannua 

CB. do. do. 

Patrick Byers do. do. 

Wm. Burgh do. do, 

E. Cartwright do. do, 
H. O. A. Taylor, 

CB. do. do. 

A. Richards, CB.do. do, 

Sir J. Sutherland do. do. 

Her. Bowen, CB. do. do. 

Arch. Watson do. do. 

W.DIckson, CB. do. do. 

John Wells Peat do. do. 

Wm. P. Price do. do. 

Jas. Dnrant do. do. 

Rob. Hampton do. do. 
Brook Bridges Parlby, CB. 
* 88June98.B./nd. 

Hen. Hodgson do. do, 
PretcherUle Dykes 

Ballantlne do. do. 
P. J. T. John- 

itone, CB. do. do. 

Wm.G.Penrse do. do. 
Sir R. Hen. Cun- 

llffe, CB. Bt. do. do, 

Wm. Clapham do. do. 

John Truscott do. do. 

John Woulfe do. do. 

Edw. Edwards do. do. 

IIm. Webster do. da. 

Gilbert Waugh do. do, 

Tho. Hat. Smith do. do. 



RMUlionGtUU- 

fer Showers 

28 Jnne98JS./fid. 

W. Woodhouse do. do. 

Hen. Paithful do. do. 

P.W.WU8on,C:B.do. do, 

John Tombs do. do. 

John H. Collett do. do, 

Geo. L. Wahab do. do. 

Patrick Camerondo. do. 

John Carfraa do. do. 

Rich. West do. do, 

Geo. Jackson do. do, 

S. GoodfpUow do. do. 

Cha. A. WaUer do. do. 

Rich. A. WUUa do. do. 

Prod. Bowes do. elo, 

Jas. S. Praser do. do. 

Isaac Kinnersley do. do, 
P. De la Motte, 

CB. do. do. 

Hen. Huthwalte do. do. 

T. Wilson, CB. do. do. 

P. Vine. Raper do. do. 

Geo. Swinoy do. do. 

Q. Pollock CB. do. do. 

A. Lindsay, CB. do. do. 

Jas. Alexander, do. do. 

Vans Kennedy do. do. 

W. R. Gilbert do. do. 

Tho. P. Smith do. do. 

E.Prederick.CB.do. do. 

Geo. B. Brooks do. do. 

Arch. Robertson do. do, 
W. Clinton Bad- 

deley, CB, do. do. 

Hen. Bawdier do. do. 

Peter Lodwick do. do. 
Jas. P. Dundaa 

Jas. Morse do. do. 

Ed. H. Simpson do. d<o. 

Jns. Hackett do. do. 

Tho. Newton do. do. 

John A. Biggs do. do. 

Ed. H. Bellaais do. do. 

Wm. Nott do. do. 

Geo. Cooper do. do. 

Sucton. H.Todd do. do, 

John Briggs do. dt>. 

Harry Thomson do. do. 
Sir Robt. Henry Sale, ATB. 

89 July 90 Jj'gkanUtam 



BRIGADIER-GENERAL. 

Cha. Dallas, 14 

Peb.88 St, Helena 

Lord Geo. Wm. 

Rusaell, OCB. 

97 May 99 P^rtmffai 

COLONEL& 

A, DienetfQiJuij 10 £. Ind. 
StriekLKinggfn^. do. 
Sir Jas. H.Rrynett, 

jrCB.85Jan.81 Continent 
Praa. Cockbum 

8 Sept. 90 HondmroM 
A. Fiodlay, KH, 

98 Oct. 80 W. Comet 
^AfrUM 
Fra. Raw. Cheney 

87 Not. 94 AMt^ 

flOA.Macdooald 

SrtOcl.98ir«iidww 
W.WyldeIOPeb.97 Sirm^ 
R. Doberty5May W.CoaeM 

HE T.Mlchell,cir. Spain 



Officer* with Loccd Bafik, 



UEUT.-OOLONELS. 
/. Thompmm 1 Jan.OO 

B.Ind. 
r.A.DanieUlJ9nA9 do, 
Jolm CrotdiU, CB. 

4 June IS do, 
Wm. NiehoU do. do, 
H. PHMctRcun 

30D«e.l8C:^iU<9Mn/ 
A.SteicerlQMajM do. 
W. Franklin 4 June J5. Jnd. 
J.j0kn$o»fCB. do. do, 
CfM. MandtvUlo do. do, 
Thomu Ljiter 

16 Not. 15 iS^.lTelma 
J.UttertoaTMar.lO 

Gibraltar 
BtedlHenrey.X'jr. 

101fa7l8am<tfntfn< 

C. ILO. Hodion IS Aug. 10 
fli. Helena and Eaatward 
of the CapeqfOood Hope 

Bd.H«r 58ept.88 Comm.at 
the B. I. Dep, Chatham 
Win.Tboni, KH. 

IS Oct. 25 Continent 
J.F.Fnltoa,ri7.84N. do, 
J. F. De Burgh 

lSJan.S0 Continent 
WJ^WateonjCB, 

10 do. B,Ind, 
E. Hawkihaw 

15 June Continent 
Antk.8.Klng8Aug. do. 
J.M.A.Skerrettdo. do. 
Sir H. WbeaUef, 

OCB. 14 Sept. Continent 
Robert Nixon do. do, 
H<«. Roberts 50ct. do, 
Andrew TUt ISdo. do, 
T. Q. Fits Gerald 

10 do. do. 
Aag. Mende do. do. 
Son, J, Walpole 

90 do. do, 
DoBsMMneknj do. do, 
J.L.Hi^ns 8 Not. do. 
Antb.RumplerOdo. do. 
JocIKArey 10 do. do, 
Wm. Inglebj do. do. 
Andrew Oeils do. do. 
Wm. Thomhill do. do. 
H. W. EspinsMe 

SOdo. do, 
Fletcher Wllkie do. do. 
J. 8. Bawksbaw 

14 Dec. do, 
L. A. Northey do. do, 
Jss. Omubj 98 do. do. 
Bon, J. Browne do. do, 
IICIWm.yemerdo. do. 
J. Cnrr. Smith do. do. 
8ir T. 8. SoreO, 
JTir. SOdo. 4i^. 

D. Maephenon do. do. 
J. R. Uda^ do. do. 

J. H. Lord Howden, KH, 
nJnlj9J epecial Miaeion 
abroad. 

aO George Baker 

SI Aug. 80 Orteee 

J.G. Booner lSept.Sl B.Ind. 

B. B. Sbee 85 Apr. 88 PerHa 

Jas. Nisb.CoIqahoun 

10 Feb. 87 Spain 

Justin Shell 9 Junes? Persia 

Cha.8toddart do. do. 

Rich. Wilbraham do. do, 

G. P. Oameron do. do, 

Geo. WoodlUl do. do. 

Ralph Carr Aldenon 

99 June 88 Spain 

5ir Alex. Bomes 7 Aug. 
JUTff^onistan 4c Pereia 

G. C. Ou Plat, KH. 

18 A ug. 80 Spain 

MAJORS. 

Heo. Bowen 906ept. 06 

SeUlwItU. 
J. Lenthart 95 Apr. 08 B. In. 
J. Y. Bradford do. do. 
Bob.BlmekaU do. do. 



O, Fuller 85 July 10 B.In, 

David Bobertton do. do. 

J. LoydJonee 1 Jan. 19 tfo. 

B. H. Fotheringham do, 

J. D, Brown 4 June IS do. 

Sir W. Dick, Bt. do. do. 

Hen. Tarde 4 June 14 do. 

Charlu Marriott do. do. 

Major H. Court do. do. 

Wm. H. Richard* do. do, 

W. J. Matthewt do. do, 

8h^. ZMtnrtdge do. do, 

Ernest, Baron de 
Schmiedem, KH. 

90 Bevt. Continent 

John Norton, t^ia* Tey- 
onlnhokarawen, Gapt. 
and Leader of the In- 
dians of the Fire Nations. 
15 Feb. 16 Canada 

Tho.Hall 19Aug.lO£./iui. 

H,B.8omerville 88 Sept. 90 
B. I, Dep. at Chatham 

H, C, W. Sm^h 

10Ju1y9IJB./iMr. 

Sir B. A. Camp- 
bell, CB, do. do, 

R. W. Pogson do. do. 

Arthur Wight do. do. 

B. D. Anderton do. do, 
R. Nich. Penny do. do. 
T.G.Graham 8 Apr. Contin. 
8a.8ankey 10 Aug. do. 
Cha.IrTine 91 Sept. do, 
Cba. M . Graham do. do, 
M. M'Phenon 6 Oct. do, 

C. Bayley, CMO. 

5 Oct. Moditerr. 
A.M.Bennett 19 do. Catitin. 
West.Hamef lOdo. do. 
Henry Light 26 do. do, 
G.Tito Brlce ONot. do, 
Thomas Dent do. do, 

D. MacOregor do. do, 
B. Lntyens do. do, 
T. U. Morice, KH, do, 
E.H. Garthwaite do. do. 
Tbo. Pipon 16 do. do. 
Charles Wayth do. do. 
Robert Abbey do. do. 
P. D. Fellowes do. do. ' 
Cha.Hames 80 do. do. 
G.J.Wolseley 14 D. do. 
J. Ralney do. do, 
W. Pblpps do. do, 
W. D. 6pooner98 do. do, 
Wm. Thomson do. do, 
Ab. James SO do. do. 
John Gordon do. do, 
Tho. Shaw do. do, 
Wm.W.Swaine do. do, 
Fra. B. Ellot do. do. 
R. Axftird, 160ct. 28 Reo.for 

S, In. Oomp. at Liverpool 
Arch. Irvine, CB. 

98Jnne81 B. Ind. 
W. OgilTle 10 Jan.S7 do. 
Geo. W.Gibson do. do. 
John Laurie do. do, 
James Cocke do. do. 
Cba. Andrews do. do. 
Edw. Pettingal do. do. 
John W. Watsnn do. do. 
Robert Becher do. do. 
John Brandon do. do, 
John Cowslade do. do. 
Wm. Houffh do. do, 
Fred. Geo. Lister do. do. 
Hen. G. Barnard do. do, 
William Cuhitt do. do. 
Robert Stewart do. do. 
Robert Hawkes do. do, 
JohnMackentiedo. do. 
G. Hntchiosoo do. do, 
Geo. P. Holland do. do, 
Hugh Sibbald do. do. 
Stephen Moody do. do. 
J. J. Farrlngton do. do. 
Hen.Moberley do. do. 
Geo. Brooke do. do. 
Fred. H. Sandys do. do. 
T. Lnmsden, CB. do. do. 
J.Oram Clarluon do. do. 



Tho. Croxton 

98 June 81 B.Ind. 

O.J. B. Johnston do. do. 

Ben.R. Kitchens do. do. 

Hugh R. Murray do. do, 

Jas. R. Colnett do. do, 

Peter Johnston do. do, 

Charles Snell do. do, 

Cba. Edw. DaTis do. do. 

Rich. Gardner do. do. 

A. Macintosh do. do. 

Theoph.Boltoo do. do. 

Hen. Fra. Caley do. do. 

Rich. Bayldon do. do. 

Charles Rogers do. do. 

Q.A.Kemplanddo. do. 

W. Henderson do. do, 

T. Timbrell, CB. do. do. 

Robert Butler do. do. 

William Stokoe do. do. 

C. St. Jn. Grant do. do. 

James Malton do. do. 

Wm. Macleod do. do. 

J, R, Womum do. do. 

Benjamin Ashe do. do. 

James Steel do. do, 

John Barclay do. do, 
Fra. Farrant 9 June Persia 

ElUott D.Todd do. do, 

H . C. Rawlinson do. do, 

John Laughten do. do. 

Ed. Pat. Lynch 9 do. do, 
• T. Ritherdon 16 P. 88 B. I. 
Sem. at Addiseombe 

J.Wilson 88Junea8 B.Ind, 

T.ILMacqueen do. do, 
Francis Hugh M. 

Wheeler do. do. 

John Wilson do. do, 

Geo. Hicks do. do, 

Jas. W. Douglas do. do, 

Jas. Manson do. do, 

John Ward do. do, 

Stratford Powell do. do, 

Wm. Burlton do. do. 

S. L. Thornton do. do, 

Hope Dick do. do. 

David Hepburn do. do, 

W. Simonds do. do. 

J.H.Simmonds do. ifo. 

H . Fisher Salter do. do, 

John Angelo do. do, 

J. G. Drummond do. do, 

Tho. Williams do. do, 

L, Saunders Bird do. do, 

Geo. Blake do. do. 

R. L. Anstruther do. do. 

Edm. Herring do. do. 

Rodk. Roberts do. do. 

Geo. G. Denniss do. do. 

Alex. DsTldson do. do. 

Eyre Et. Bruce do. do. 

John Hall do. do. 

John Hailes do. do. 

J. Sam. MaAihall do. do. 

Dan. A. Penning do. do. 

G. B. Aitcheson do. do, 

Christ. Newport do. do. 

Geo. Chapman do. do, 

John Hicks do. do. 

J. Landon Jones do. do. 

Griffltht Holmes do. do. 

John Rawlins do. do. 

G.H.Woodrooflbdo. do. 

Rich. 0. Meriton do. do. 

J.H.Mackinlay do. do. 

Owen Phillips do. do. 
Wm. Bolton Glr- 

diestone do. do. 

Nlel Campbell do. do. 

Robert Kent do. do. 

Wm.Hen.Earledo. do. 

A. M*Kinnon do. do. 

Wm. Sage do. do. 

Andrew Ooldie do. do. 

Henry Carter do. do. 

Wm. Ramsey do. do. 

Cha. Thoresby do. do. 

James Bedford do. do. 
Wm. Edw. Blair 

Leadbeater do. do. 

Jer.B.Nottidge do. do. 

Georffs Lee do. do. 



D.Mootgomerie 

88June88 2.Jfui. 

A. M. CampbM do. do. 
Luc. Hor. Smith do. do. 
Jn. FarquhanoD do. do. 
John Worthy do. do. 
John Forbes do. do. 
Frederick Bond do. do. 
Thomas Biddie do. do. 
Wm. Mactler do. do. 
U. Macfarquhar do. do. 
John Howison do. do. 
Hen . John Wood do. do, 
George Dods do. do, 
Jn. Morgan Ley do. do. 

B. G. Polrthele do. do. 
John Chlshobn do. do, 
Wm. Foquett do. do, 
E.Parry Gowan do. do, 
James Allen do. do. 
John Hen. Irwin 
John Osrtwright do. do, 
Fras. Frankland 

Whinyates do. do. 

Wm.HillWaterfleld do. 

G«orge Fryer do. do. 

Rich. Budd do. do. 

Pat. Thomson do. do, 

George Barker do. do. 

Fras. Plowden do. do. 

John Fitagerald do. do. 

James Oliphant do. do. 

Francis Straton do. do. 

J.J. Underwood do. do. 

J . Monson Boyes do. do. 

Wm. Fred. Steer do. do. 

G. W, Bonham do. do. 

Tho. Wilkinion do. do. 

G. H. Robinson do. do. 

Hugh C. Cotton do. do. 

Cha. Sinclair do. do. 

Alex. Lawe do. do. 

Charles Hosmer do. do. 

R. Somner Seton do. do. 

Alex.MacArthurdo. do, 

Wm. Preeeott do. do. 

John Thos. Croft do. do. 

C. Waddlngton do. do. 
W.H.Terraneaudo. do. 
Fred. Blundell do. do, 
Charles Wahab do. do. 
Stuart Corbett do. do, 
G. Fred. Penley do. do, 
J. B. H. Weston do. do, 
John Wynch do. do, 
W.J.Thompson do. do. 
Humphrey Hay do. do, 
Male. Nioolson do. do. 
Hen. Monke do. do, 
Henry Barkley 

Henderson do. do, 

Tho. Best Jenrls do. do, 

Fred. S. Sotheby do. do. 

Henry Liddeil do. ifo. 

Edw.Huthwaitedo. do. 

G. R. CrawfUrd do. do. 

Hen. Delafosse do. do. 

J . R. Woodhouse do. do. 

Robert Leech 7 Aug. 4/f- 
ghanistanbc Persia 
Niel Campbell 93 July 80 B.I. 
G.Thomson, C£. do. do. 
Wm. Garden do. do. 
John Hay do. do, 

John Lloyd do. do, 

Patrick Craigie do. de, 

Alex. C. Peat do. do. 

Wm. Alexander do. do. 
Eldred Pottlnger, CB. 

98 July 80 j^ffifhanietan. 

CAPTAINS 

Beoruitingfor the E. India 

Company's Army, 

James Murray London 
Tho. Otho TraTers Cork 
Richard Oeo.Grange Dublin 
H. Vlbart Glecg Edinburgh 
S£l G' D. Drummond 

92 Dec. 25 Chatham 

Hen. Brown 10Jan.S4. S.I. 

Depot at Chatkam 

Wm. Elsey 8 Dec. 36 E. I, 



STAFF APPOINTMENTS, 



(Held by Ctnnmisiian.) 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



ADJUTANT^ENERAL TO THE FORCES. 

9 Sir John Macdonald, KCB. 27 Jnly 1830|Lt-Gen. 28 Jone 1888 

Deputy Adj.Gen. 9 Sir John Gardiner, KCB. 4 Dec. 18dO|M.-Qen. 22 Jnly 1880 

QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL TO THE FORCES. 

9 Sir J. WUloughby Gordon, Bt. GCB. QCH. 10 Aug. 1811|Lt.-Gen.27 May 1826 
Assist. Quar. Mas. Gen. 9 James Freeth, J^IT. 11 Jnly 1826|Lt.-CoU 11 Joly 1826 

PERMANB27T ASSISTANT QUARTBR-MASTBRS OBNBRAL. 

fB Henry James Ridddl, KB, 8 July 182SICol. 22 July 1880 
Lieot.-Colonel . . -^ f PhiMp Bainbrigge, CJ9. 2 Aug. 27 — 10 Jan. 87 

19 Nathaniel Thorn, CB, KH, 14 Dec. 821 — do 



DEPOTS. 
Chatham. (Iitfantry,) 

Superintendent > ^j^ Cranstoun DUon 
of Hospitals. S 

Captain QR Henry Anderson^ 

Paymaster Charles Grimes' 

Maidttone. {Cavalry.) 

Paymaster William Castle 

Riding Master . . Lewis Chas. Aug. Meyer 
Acting Adjutant.. Fran. L'Estrange Shaw 
Quarter-Master . .John Swindley 
Vet. Surgeon .... Alexander Black 



24 Mar. 1887 

81 Mar. 1887 
10 Feb. 1886 

1 May 1882 



Lt-Col. 10 Jan. 1887 

12 Feb. 1886 
16 Apr. 1812 



10 Feb. 1886 



I! 



16 Feb. 1829 
Capt. 10 June 1826 
1 May 1826,*Cap«. 1 May 1826 
26 Apr. l^S&^Comtt 26 Apr. 1880 

1 Not. 1880 
28 Aug. 1888110 Not. 1814 



I Capt. Anderson served the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in Holland and the Nether^ 
lands, Including the action at Merxem, bombardment of Antwerp, storming of 
Bergen-op-Zoom, and actions at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. SeTerely wounded at 
Waterloo by a muskct-ball, which broke the left shoulder, passed through the longs, 
and made its exit at the back, breaking the scapulie. 

> Pajrmaster Grimes serred the campaigns of 1818, 14, and 15, in Lower Canada, 
under Sir George Prerost. Serred also in the Barmese war. 

*114 



Staff Appointments. 



RECRUITINQ DISTRICTS, &c. 



Adjutant. 



Paymaster . . . . -^ 



' Francis Wemys 
Nicholas Mannsell 
H. Benj. Briscoe Adams 
Edward Edmoqds 

! Richard Jellicoe 
John Woodgate 

Henry Balthaser Adams 

9 Francis Edward Leech 

Hugh Percy Forster 

to 

Thomas Shields 

John Magoire 

Henry Bertles 

lis William Graham 
Om James Hope 
James White 

Philip Henry Despard 

Robert M<Nab 

9 WUliam O'Neill 

."niomas Dagg 



26 May 1811 
21 Aug. 13 
16 Feb. 10 
16 Oct. 28 

do 
26 June 



10 Feb. 
26 do. 
30 June 



20 
36 

37 



6 Sept. 1803 
24 Feb. 14 
Capt. 20 Feb. 1812 
( 80 Oct. 1828 
( Capt 17 Sept 26 
10 Not. 1807 

10 June 24 

Lieut 14 Dec. 16 



1 



28 July 1803|Lieut 

4 Aug. 

3 June 
26 Dec. 
20 Jan. 
10 Feb. 
24 do. 

14 July 

15 Nov. 30 
81 Dec. 



Princip^ Veteri. S^^g^ ^^^^ Clifford Cherry* 17 Sept 1830 



3 Aug. 1801 

OOct 06 

3 June 13 

28 Mar. 34 

7 Jan. 18 

7 Oct 24 

22 Not. 27 

24 Mar. 14 

22 May 18 

31 Dec. SO 



IRELAND. 



Dep. Adjutant Oen. . . V Geo. Chas. D'Aguihir, CB, 22 July 1830 
Dep. Quart.-Master ) 9 i9ft Sir Guy Campbell, 

General S Bt, CB, 22 July 1830 

ProTost Marshal .... Lkut. Robert Speedy 14 May 1804 



CoL 22 July 1830 
Col. 22 July 1830 



FOREIGN STATIONS. 

IONIAN ISLANDS. 
^GttSal^.?.*! I • ®® Francis Henry Dawkins 13 Jan. 1837]Lt.Col. 8 Apr. 1826 



NORTH AMERICA. 
Canaddi, 

Conmiander of > 9 Sir Richard Downes Jack- 

the Forces . . $ son, KCB. 
Dep. Ad].-G«n. ..John Eden, CB, 
Dep. Qr.-Master > 9 ffli Han, Charles Gore, 

General . . . . ) 



CB. KM, 



16 Sept 1830 
14 Sept 1832 

20 Apr. 1826 



Lt-Gen. 28 June 1838 
Lt-Col. 31 Dec. 1830 



Col. 



10 Jan. 1837 



* Mr. Cherry served Sir John Moore's campaign in Spain, including the battle of 
Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, 1800. Peninsula from Jan. 1812 to the end of 
the war. Also the campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo. 

•116 



Staff Aj^mnimeniM. 



NowiSeoiia. 
^^^^^^^1^^^^ } • Wl Jol» Jm. Bnodgnis IS Sept- 1834|Lt.GoL 85 Dee. 1996 



{ Utfut 7 Mar. 1811 



8«b. Iiiep. and^ 9 AmlmMa Lane t Aug. 1881 

District Adj. V 
of Mililia J Coma Douly Bankln do. 



( «Capt. 8 Aug. 1881 
i Lieut 8 Not. 1811 
i *Capt. 8 Aug. 18S1 



LBBWARD AND WINDWARD ISLANDS. 



Dep. Adj. Gen. . .Thomas Falls 88 Dee. 1886|Lt.-Gol. 88 Dee. 1886 



JAMAICA. 



Lt-Col. 88 Vov. 1886 



Dep. AdJ.-Gen. . .9 8B William Turnor 88 Not. 1836 

^^^^^^"^' I Samuel Robinsoa Wanen 80 Dec 18S9Lt.-Col. 80 Dec 1880 

BAST INDIES. 

r«««.«ii«r.i« 1 I fl-t-O. 10 Jan. 1887 

^^ 19 Sir Jasper Nlcolls, KCB. 13 Aug. 1880 -i General in India 

^^'^ ' \ 18Oct.l830 

Adjntant-General 9 W Robert Torrens, CB. I May 1888 

Deputy do Robert Bryce Fearon, CB, 1 May 1888 

Qnarter-Master \ 9 m Chatham Horace Churdiill, CB. 

General ) 11 Aug. 1887 

Depntydo S William Henry Sewell, CB. 84 Feb. 1888 

Dep. AdJ.-Gen. 19 lift Ranald Macdonald, 

Bombay .... ) CB. KH. 18 July 1888 



Col. 10 Jan. 1887 

CoL 10 Jan. 1837 

Col. 10 Jan. 1887 

CoL 10 Jan. 1887 

Lt-CoL 18 July 1888 



CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 
^^Oc^no'!!*!? I • •* ^•■^ ^^- ®"^***' ^^- ^ ^^^ ISWJCoL 10 Jan. 1887 



Lt-Col. 17 Nor. 1887 
Lt.-CoL84May 1887 



CEYLON. 
Dep. Adj. Gen. . .9 Edward Charleton, KH. . . 17 Nor. 1837 
'^;;^^. )9 John Fraser 84 May 1887 

MAURITIUS. 
D^^Master j ^ « william StaTeley, CB. SOSept. 1836|CoL 10 Jan. 1837 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 
Comm a nd a n t . .9 F^r«<lcrickChid]ey Irwin, iT/T. 88 June 1886 1 Major 88 June 1886 



116 



STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS. 



Qbnjb&aIi Commanding in Chibf. 

9 m Jiight Hon. General Lord Hill, Q.C.B., G.G.H., and K.C., Colonel of the Royal 
Regiment of Hone Guards. 

Military Secretary^ 
9 Ml Lieat^-Geneial Lord FiUroy Somerset, K.C.B., Colonel of the 53rd Regiment. 

AssiiUmt MHUary Secretary, 
Iient.-ColoDel Malfaig, 2nd Waat India Regiment. 

Atdet-de-Camp. 

9 OS Colonel Richard Egerton, Half-pay Unattached. 
9 Colonel George Powell Higginson, ditto. 
Captain Alfred Edward Hill, 68th Regiment 
Captain Edward Charles Fletcher, Ist life Guards. 

ADlUtANT-GBNBRAL. 

9 Lieutt-General Sir John Macdonald, K.C.B., Colonel of the 67th Regiment. 

Deputy Adjjutani-Oeneral* 
9 M^jor-General Sir John Gardiner, K.CB. 

. Aiiittant Aeffuiantt-General. 

Colonel Lard Frederick Rtzclarence, G.C.H., Half-pay tJnattachad. 
9 Colonel WUliam Cochrane, Half-pay Unattached. 

Deputy Aitistant Aiffutant^OeneraL 
9 Major Roche Meade, K,H., Half-pay Unattached. 

Irupecting Fieid Qgker. 
9 Colonel Wm. Gordon Macgregor. 

Quabtsb-Mastbr Gbnbbal. 

9 Lieut-General Sir James Willoughby Gordon, Bart,, O.C.B., and G.C.H., Colonel 
of the 23rd Royal Welsh FasiUers. 

Assistant Quarter'Master General, 
9 Lient.-Colonel James Freetfa, K.H., Half-pay Royal Staff Corpn 

Deputy Assistant Quarter^Master OeneraL 

9 m Captain John Enoch, 33rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
117 c 



lit Regiment of Life Guards. 



" PENINSULA**— "WATERLOO." 



Tcan'BerT. 



50 



Pall 



86 



23 



Half 
Pay. 



6 



20 


2* 


20 





18 





14 





12 





n 





11 





11 





8 





8 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





5 





3 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





1 





1 





1 





6 





4 





87 





5 





17 


m 



ColUmeU 
m Stapleton ViMeount Combermere,* G.C.B. & G.C.H. 2»ui Lieut. 88 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut. 16 March, 91 ; Capt, 28 Feb. 93 ; ifcfq/or, 28 April, 94 ; Lleut.-CO* 
9 March, 04 ; CoL 1 Jan. 1800 j M^jor-Qen, 30 Oct. 06; LUut.'Gen. I Jan. 
12; Gen, 27 May, 25. Col. Ist Life-Quards, 16 Sept. 20. 

Lieut.'CoUmel and CoUnul. 
S Han. H. F. C. CaTendish,' Lieut. 1th FusUiers, p26 May, 08; Capt. i»6 June, 
11 ; Mqjor, P 2 April, 18 ; Lieut-Col. p 12 July, 21 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 

Mqjor and Lieut. "CoUmel. 
John HaU, Cvmety p 12 June, 17 ; Lieut. p24 July, 17 ; Capt. P 2 Aug. 88 ; 
Brevet-Major f 8 Sept. 31 ; Lieut. -Col. p 27 Dec. 1837. 



Captains. 

Charles HaU 

Edward Charles Fletcher . 

Richard Parker 

Thos. Middleton Biddulph 

Thomas Bulkcley 

Han. J. W. B. Macdonald 
Lord F. A. Gordon .... 
Lord Wm. Beresford .... 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Richard Brooke 

George Rushout 

Lord Chas. P. P. Clinton 
Lord Thos. C. P. Clinton 
Lord G. Aug. Fred. Paget 
9SR WiUiam Anderton 
Caledon Du Pre Alexander 
Hon. OctETius Dunoombe 
Sir Chas. Wm. Kent, Bt. 

Cornets and Sub- 
lieutenants. 

Robert Bromley 

WUliam Wells 

Seymour Phillips Allen. . 
Rt. Winterbottom, R.M. 

John Farrer 

Fulke GreviUe 

John Talbot Clifton .... 

Watkin Wms. Wynn 

Francis Fred. Lovell .... 



COR. AND 
SUB-LIEUT. 



LI BUT. 



P21 May 18 

P30 Nov. 20 



IL37 Feb. 23 
'4 April 23 



P 2 Aug. 22 P31 July 25 



P 7 Oct. 26 
P 30 June 28 
P 1 Oct. 20 
P 8 Aug. 29 
P30 April 29 



P18 
P18 
P24 
P16 
P26 
24 
P18 
P 3 
PlO 



Oct. 33 
Jan. 33 
Jan. 34 
May 34 
July 34 
July 34 
Sept 34 
April 35 
Feb. 37 



P 4Kov. 36 
p 84 June 37 
P 1 Dec 37 
18 Dec. 37 
P87 Dec. 37 
P 13 April 38 
P 5 April 39 
P 19 July 39 
P 16 Aug. 39 



P 23 Feb. 29 
P 24 May 31 
P84Jan. 34 
18 June 34 
P 4 July 34 

P 3Apri]d5 
PlO Feb. 37 
P 5 May 37 
P 24 June 37 
P I Dee. 37 
18 Dec. 37 
P87 Dec. 37 
P 19 July 39 
P16 Aug. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P31 July 25 
P21 May 27 
P30June28 
P 16 May 34 
P 5 May 37 
P24 June 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P27 Dec. 37 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOB. 



28 June 38 



A4jutant.'-^^ WUliam Anderton, {Lieut.) 18 Dec. 37. 

Quarier-Matter.^-^SBi Robert Falconer, 8 Sept. 36. 

Surgeon. — ^William Biomet, M.D. 6 Nov. 86; AMitt.'Swrg. 3 Nor. 14; Hatp.' 

Attitt. 4 Oct. 13. 
Attittant'Surgeon. — Alexander Elliot Campbell, M.D. 87 Nor. 36. 
VeterinarySurgeon.'-'lf William Perclvall,' 80 Not. 18. 
Scarlet.— JFVidn^ Bloe. — Agent, Mr. CoUyer, Park-place, St. James*i. 
IRetumedfrotn France, January, 1816.] 

1 Lord CombcriMra Mprtd In Flandan in 17M and 4 under Ihe Duke of Ymk ; from 1700 to 1800 la 
India in the M vMre war, lodudlnit SeringapnUm ; to the Penisi uU nad South of Pmace, la cammMm^ of a 
brigade of esTalry, tnm 1806 to 1814, Includinir the operatlont at Oporto; battle of Telavera, and Tarloos 
aettoot in eoTeriof the rrtreat ftvn Abneida to Torres Vedras ; battle of Bunco ; oaTalry ectloo at TlUa 
Oarda, Ceitr^loB, Puentcs d'Onor, Salamanca, (severely wounded), El Bodon, the P yrtntee aad Orthee; 
pment at the ilece aad capture of Bhnrtpore In 1B85 and m CommaDder-in-«Uef. Hit lordihlp hat 
reeelved'a CroM and one Claaa. 

S Colonel Gsviodiah Mtrred in the Penlniula fWrai Julr 1806 to Jaanary, 1800, as ald.de-CBmp to Lord 
Wm. Bentinck, aad wae wounded throuf h the wrfct at the battle of Conmna. 

8 Mr. PerdTaU Mrved In the Peninrala from September, I818» totheend of the War, laelndtac the battle 
of Teulouce. 

lie 



2d Regiment of Life Guards, 



" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 



Tetn' Senr. 



63 



FaU 



23 



22 



Half 
Pay. 







28 

20 


1^ 



16 
14 


ft 




13 





12 





10 





9 





8 





8 





9 





5 





4 





4 





4 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





6 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





6 





22 


4A 


5 





1 






CoUmeh 

William, Earl Cathcart, K.T. Comety 2 June, 1777 ; UetU, 14 Nov. 77 ; Capi. 
10 Dec. 77 ; Mefj&r, 13 April, 79; Lieut.-Col, 2 Feb. 81 ; CoL 18 Nov. 90 ; 
Major-Gen, 3 Oct. 94 ; Lieut.-Oen. 1 Jan. 1801 ; Gen. 1 Jan. 12 ; Col. 2nd 
Life-Guardfi, 7 Ang. 97. 

Lieut. 'Colonel, 

George Greenwood, Comet and Sub-Lieut, p 23 June, 1817; Lieut, p 26 Jan. 
19; Capt. PI Jan. 24; Mqjor, p26 Nov. 30; Lieut.-Col. 2 Jan. 31 ; Col. 
12 Jan. 38. 

Mqjorand Lieut.- Colonel. 

George Alexander Held, Comet and Sub-Lieut, p 7 Mar. 18 ; Lieut. 20 Mar. 21 ; 
Capt. P 1 1 Nov. 24 ; Breoet-Mqjor, 23 July, 31 ; Lieut. Col p 17 Feb. 32. 



Captains. 

James M'Douall 

Lewis Duncan Williams. . 
Hon. W. E. Fitz Maurice 

John Roche 

Francis Mountjoy Martyn 

Thomas Gardnor 

Geo. Howard Vyse 

Robert Blane 



COR. AND 
SUB-LIEUT. 



LiBUTENANTS. 

Hon. Major Henniker 

Thomas Ogilvy 

Thomas Naylor 

Fenton J. Evans Freke 
Henry George Boyce. . 
Wm. Aug. Tollemache 

J. J. W. Peyton 

James King, R. M . . . . 



cobnbts and 8ub- 

Lieutenants. 

Edm. Vernon MacKinnon 

J. K. Wedderbum 

Robert Neville Lawley . . 
E. M. JSbrZ (/Longford 
Cha. H. Drummond, Lt. * 
Charles J. Tottenham . . . 

Richard Lucas 

A. W. Viset. Drumlanrig. 
Peter Sherwen 



P 19 Feb. 18 
P 21 June 20 
P 18 Nov. 24 
P 27 Oct. 26 
P 27 Dec. 27 
P 30 Dec. 28 
P 26 Nov. 30 
P 1 Nov. 31 

P 8 Mar. 32 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 30 Dec. 31 
P 24 Nov. 36 
Pll Mar. 36 
P 15 April 36 
P 28 April 36 
24 July 34 



P 29 April 36 
P 7 July 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 9 July 36 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P 28 April 37 
P 8 June 38 
P 27 July 38 
21 June 39 



LIEUT. 



P 2 Oct. 23 
P 23 July 26 
P 24 Sept. 26 
P 29 Jan. 30 
P 22 Mar. 31 
P 9 Aug. 31 
P 17 April 36 
P 26 Mar. 36 

P 22 April 36 
P 29 April 36 
P 16 Mar. 33 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P 28 April 37 
P 1 Sept. 37 
P 8 June 38 
22 Aug. 38 



captain. 



P 19 Oct. 25 
P 16 July 28 
P 26 Feb. 28 
P 25 Mar. 36 
P 22 April 36 
P 24 Mar. 37 
p 1 Sept. 37 
p 8 June 38 



BREVET- 
MAJOR 



28 June 38 



AtJ^utOTU. — Peter Sherwen, (Comet & Sub-Lieut.) 21 June, 39. 
Quarter-Matter.^WSMm Allen, 26 July, 34. 

5ur$W(m.— Jas. Bett,' 1 Sept 37 ; Asrist.-Surg.d Nov. 16 ; Hotp.-Asnst. 6 Nov. 13. 
A»Hst.-Surgeon. — ^Francis Wm. Grant Calder, 26 Sept. 36. 
Veterinary-Surgeon. — James Home, 31 May 39. 

Scarlet — Fadngt Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from France, February, 1816.] 

1 Comet loth UoMan. 18 July, 1834 ; Ueut. 80 April, 1886. 

i Dr. Bett ww at the captuni of Genoa 15th April, 1814, and capture of Casliae in America lit Sept. 1814. 
119 



Boyal Regiment of Hone Guards. 



« PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO.'* 



Ymn* 8«rT. 



60 



Full 
Pay. 



34 



38 



38 
36 
16 
13 
11 
10 
10 
10 

38 

18 

10 

10 



8 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 
4 
8 
8 
6 
3 



10 
10 
88 



Hmlf 
P»y. 














"^ 



















ColaneL 

9 iitt Rowland lord Hill/ G.C.B. O.C.H. & K.C. Stu. 31 July, 1790 ; LietU. 
34 Jan. 91 ; Capt. 33 March, 98 ; Mqjor, 10 Feb. 94 ; LUut.'CoL 13 May, 94 ; 
Cd. 1 Jan. 1800; Mqj.-Gen. 30 Oct 06; Lieut.-Gen, 1 Jan. 13; Om. 37 
May, 36 ; CoL Royal Uone-GuartU, 19 Nov. 30. 

Lieut^'CoUma. 

9 William RIchaidMm, Cornet, P37 Feb. 06 ; Zieui. pSO Aug. 07 ; Capt. i»36 
Dec. 1 1 ; lAeut.'Col, p34 July, 33 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 

Mqfor. 

VOlETeraid W.Bouyerie,* Comet, p3 April, IS; Ximi^. 160ct. 13; Capt. 
P 9 Sept. 19 ; Brev.'Mqj. 6 May, 31 ; lAeut.-Col. p 4 Dec. 33. 



CAPTAIIfa. 

VmOeoigeSmltfa' 
J. Conatantine Trent . . 
Hon. G.C. Weld Forester 

Vincent Corbet 

Wyndham Edw. Hanmer 

ITiim. Horace Pitt 

Richard Silver Oliver. . . . 
Walter Rob. Tyrrdl .... 

LiBUTBNANTg. 

Simeon Hirst 

Thomaa Brunt, R.M 

R. H. R. Howard Vyse . . 
Alez-niompson Munro. . 
Wm. Chas. Netheroote . . 

X^ml Alfred Paget 

Lord Alg. P. B. St. Maur 
Hon. ChaB. Hen. Maynard 

Robert Oliver 

Hon. Chas. Hen. Cnst . . 

Tliomas B. Proctor 

Cornets. 
J. W. Hamilton Anson .. 

Philip Perceval 

J. P. P. Wade Bastard . . 
Alex. Bateman P. Hood . 
Hon. F. H. P. Methuen . . 
C. R. P. Morewood .... 
Chas. H. Gordon Lennox, 
Earl qf March 



CORHBT. 



LIBUT. 



6 Nov. 18 
P 16 Nov. 16 
P 37 May 84 
P 4 June 38 
P 86 Mar. 39 
P 37 Feb. 80 
P 89 July 30 
P 19 Nov. 30 



16 Oct. 

88 Jan. 
P 30 Nov. 

11 Jan. 
P 83 Mar. 



13 

19 

30 

31 

31 

6 July 33 

P 31 May 33 

P860ct. 33 

p 17 Jan. 34 

P 14 Mar. 34 

Pl60ct. 36 

P 36 Dee. 36 
P83Dec. 36 
P 31 April 37 
PSOJune 37 
P 6 Mar. 36 
P 1 June 38 

P34May 39 



18 Nov. 13 
P 33 June 30 
P 1 Aug. 80 
P 80 Nov. 30 
P 16 Mar. 31 
P 6 July 33 
P 4 Dec. 33 
P 18 Jan. 33 

10 Sept. 13 
31 July 36 
P 31 May 33 
1 June 33 
P 36 Oct 33 
P 14 Mar. 34 
Pll Nov. 36 
P 16 Dec. 36 
P 31 April 37 
P 30 June 37 
P IJune 38 



CAPTAXH. 



p 33 June 30 
P 8 Aug. 36 
6 July 33 
14 Mar. 34 
9 Jan. 36 
11 Nov. 36 
16 Dec. 36 
P 30 June 87 



BRBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



10 Jan. S7 



A4jutaMt. — Alexander Thompson Munro, ( Lieut.) 18 Jan. 31. 

Quarter'Master. — Hcibert Turner, 1 Jan. 31 . 

Swffeon^-^ Archibald Hair,^ M.D. 13 Jan. 86 ; Auitt.-Surg. 13 Nov. 13. 

Aetistant''Surgeon,'-4}eoTf^e Gulliver, 13 June, 38 ; Hotpital-Airitt. 17 May, 87. 
1^ Ftfteruuny-fiWiysm.-— niJohnSiddall, lOOct.18. 

Blue— Fodn^ Searlet—ii^m/, Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

IBetwmedfrom France, February, 1816.] 

1 Lord Hm wrrad the esnpaln of 1801 la Egypt, and wm wounded 18th March. Hit Lordihlp has 
mmItmI s CroM and four Ckipt lor RoMa and Vlniim, Coninna, Talareim (wo«adad),Tlttoi1a, Pjriaai^ 
Mlrana, Nlrt aiftdOrthaa. 

t ColoMt Boa?arlc tarred la the IVninnla ftoot October, 1819, to tha end of the war. Including the baltle 
of Ttttorla ; wonnded 18th Jane at Waterloo. 

S Colonel Bnith tarred the campaign of 1814 la the Penintola ; pnacnt at Waterloo oo the 18th Jnne. 
BraTet-Ueat.^oloael ttth Jane, 88. 

4 Dr. Hair wae pratrat at the battle of Vlttoria, 9an Sebeatian, Angnst and Seplember, 1811^ boltlet of 
the NlTaDe, Hire, and Orthet, and at the aAiit el Vera ; tarred ia the lott iBeiieaa war, sad was pntsal 
la the aetloB ia front of New Orleaas. 

130 



Sab. for 



r 



im:] Iti (or th€ King's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. [^'SllSu^ 



Ymn'Svr. 



48 



« WATERLOO." 



FhII 



25 



19 



HbI/ 
Fkj. 



164 



9 5tr Henry Vane,* G.C.B. Comef, 31 May, 1798 ; lAeut. 29 Sept. 92; Ciw^ 
3 April, 93; Afq/<nr, 24 Aug. 96; Lieta.-Col, 1 Jan. 97 ; Co2. 1 Jan. 1805 ; 
Mqfor-Oen, 26 July, 10 ; Lieut,'Oen, 12 Aug. 19 ; Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 
lit Dragoon Guards, 24 Feb. 27. 

Lieui.ColoneL 
Hon. Geoige Cathcart,' Comet ^ Sub-IAeuteMoU, 10 Hay, 10 ; Lieut. 1 
July, 11 ; Capt. 24 Dee. 18 ; Mqfor, p 8 April, 26 ; Lieut.'Col. ^ 13 May, 26. 

Mqfor. 
John Henry Slade, Comet, 7 May^ 12 ; Lieut. P 25 Feb. 13 ; Capt. P24 Oet. 
21 ; Mqjor, p5 Jnne, 27. 



85 





85 





11 





9 





9 





8 





11 





7 





88 


1 


7 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





8 





4 





1 





1 





3 





1 





1 





83 


^ 


4 





8 





88 


1« 



14 
84 






Gaptaihs. 
John Spencer Manning. . 

Ridiard Martin 

Jamei Smith Schonswar 
Haatings David Sands . . 

Alfred Scott 

Borrell FoUer 

Henry Martin Tumor .. 
B. O'Neale VUc. Amient 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

IP F. Hammersley,* R.M. 

Stephen P. OroTee 

Tho. Ommaney Pipon . . 
Edmund James Power . . 

Man aton Pipon 

nt Bichard HoUis 

Wm. Chaa. Grant 

Thomas Richard Mills . . 

Henry Keown 

Bingham Newland 

John Blackburn Hawkes 



COBNBT. 



25 Oct. 15 
5 Oct. 15 
P 5 Mar. 29 
P 18 June 31 
P 27 Sept. 31 
P 6 Apr. 32 
P20 Aug. 29 
P24Dec. 33 

P23Jan. 12 
P 12 July 33 
Pl7 0ct. 34 
P 6 May 36 
P20 May 36 
1 July 36 
P23Dec. 36 
P30 June37 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 2 Mar. 38 

P28 0ot. 36 
P 29 Mar. 39 
P 1 June 39 
P 17 Nov*37 
p 15 Jnne 39 
Pll Oct 39 



LIBUT. 



P 7 Sept. 20 
P 2 Jan. 23 
P17 Dec. 30 
P24Dec. 33 
Pll July 34 
P 17 Oct. 34 
P31 Dec. 33 
P 6 May 36 

P 9 April 12 
P23Dec. 36 
P24Feb. 37 
P22 Aug. 37 
P29Dec. 37 
12 Jan. 38 
PlSMay 38 
P 8 Mar. 39 
P29 Mar. 39 
P 14 June 39 
P27 Sept. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 3April28 
P31Dec 
P 6 May 
PlSMay 
p 8 Mar. 
P29Mar. 
p 14 June 39 
P 27 Sept. 39 



36 
38 
39 
39 



BBBTBT- 
MA JOB. 



COBBBTS. 

Cornelius Powell 

Geo. Wm. C. Jackson . . 
Wm. Steele Wilkinson. . . 
John Borlase Maunsell. . . 
James Peach Cleaver. . . . 
ATth.Cecil Crewe Fleming 
Ptnrnuuter.^^ David Scott Kin. Maclaurin,* 18 Sept. 23; Deputy Auistant 

Hommittary General, 7 March, 14. 
Atyutant.—m Bichard Hollis, {Lieut.) 8 July, 36. 
Quarter^Maeter. — Joseph Missett, 30 March, 38. 
Surfjfeon.^'9 Thomas Lewis,' M.D. 19 Nov. 30; Aaist.'Surg. 9 Sept 19 ; Hotp.' 

Auiit. 8 July 11^ ' 
Assietant.'Surgeon^Alex. Smith, M.D.28 Sept 26; Hotp.'A8tiet.^\ March,26. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Mellows, 6 Nor. 01. 

Scarlet — Faemgs Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox 9c Co. 

1 Sir Henry Fan« bM racclTwl a Crott and onl^ClMp for Rolcia and Ylinicim, Comnoa, Ttla?6fa, Tit* 
toria, OrtlMt. •. t 

9 Colonel Hon. O. Catheart wrvMl the eampalfiis of I81S and 14 in Germanjr •• ald-de-csiap to Lord 
Cetheart, aad wis eogag ed at Lntsen Srd May, BooUen 90th and 81ft May, Dmden S8th Auguat, LtljMie 
lOtb, 18th, and 19th October, 1814, Brierme Itt Febnury, Bar-fur-Aabe, Areto Slit March, tad Fere 
Cbemp S5tb March, 14 ; lerred at Waterloo on the 16th and 18th Jane. 

t Lieut. Bammenley waa preaent at the battlaa of Vittoria and Toulooie, and the la?flftment of, and the 
Hairiita before I'ampeluna ; shot through the shoulder whUit protecting a hooie in the neighbourhood of 
OnbllB, on duty, when in the Militia. 

4 Faymaater Madaurin senred In the Peninsula during the campaign of 1818, and that in Holland in 1814« 
sad sobsequently at Waterloo, and with the amiT of occupation as Deputy Aisiftant OoBunisiary GeaeraL 

5 Doctor Lewis lenred in the Peninsula from July 1811 to June 1818. 

131 




1*& 



2nd (or The Queen's) Regitnent of Dragoon Guards, 



YMUv'Sarr. 


67 


PuU 


lUlf 


p*y. 

28 


P»J. 





15 





8 





8 





15 


lA 


12 





8 





8 





7 





7 





9 





8 





5 





8 





5 





7 





4 


A 


3 





9 





I 





I 





14 





5 





4 





M 


ft 


87 






CoUmel 

Sir Tho0. Gage Montresor,^ K.C.H. Ens, 12 March, 1783; Lieui, 4 April, 83; 
Capi. 17 June, 94; MqfW, 12 April, 99 ; Zieut.-Col. 27 June, 1801 ; CW. 85 
July, 10 ; Mqjor-Gen, 4 June, 13 ; LietU.-Gen, 27 May, 26 ; Col. 2nd Dragtwn 
Ouardfl, 20 Feb. 37. 

lAeut.'Ct^otid, 

Charies Kearney, Comet, p 10 Sept. 12 ; Lieut, p 8 Sept. 14 ; Cf^. p 19 June, 
17 ; Mqjor, PdO Dec. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. p28 Oct. 37. 

Mqjor, 

Henry Wilmot Charlton, Contet, p23 June 25; Lieut. p30 Dec. 26; Capt. 
P13 Nov. 32; Major, P13 Dec. 39. 



C ATT AIMS. 

William Campbell 

Rich. Duckworth Dunn. . 
Power Le Poer Trench . . 
Hen. St. John Mildmay . . 

Geo. Henry Elliott 

Sir Hen. Chaa. Paulet, Bt. 

LiBUTBNAKTS. 

Egerton Leigh 

John Chichester Knox . . 

Hylton Briscoe 

Edw. LoTctt Robertson. . 
George Arthur Ede .... 
William Wemham, R.M. 

Francis Haviland 

WUliamPersse 

Jackson y. Tnthill 

Robt Wm. Dallas 

CORNBTS. 

R. Dudley Ackland .... 
Fred. James Ibbctson .. . . 
James Ley 



COBNBT. 



P 6 Jan. 32 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P12 Aug. 24 
P20 Nov. 28 
P 27 July 32 
P 13 Nov. 32 



P12 AprU33 
P 13 Sept 33 
Pll Oct. 31 
P 11 Jan. 33 
P 14 Aug. 35 
4 Dec. 32 
24 Nov. 35 
P 13 Sept. 33 
P30 Apr. 36 
P 6 Oct. 37 



P 22 June 38 
Pl7May 39 
Pl3 Dec. 39 



LI BUT. 



P 12 Apr. 33 
P 13 Sept. 33 
P17 Dec. 25 
P 8 June 30 
P 13 June 34 
P29 Aug. 34 



P 19 June 35 
Pl4Aug.35 
P25July 34 
P 14 Nov. 36 
P17 Feb. 37 
P 15 July 36 
29 Sept. 37 
p27 Oct. 35 
Pl7May 39 
Pl3 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P27 May 36 
P 28 Oct. 37 
P30 Dec. 26 
P 7 Apr. 37 
p22 Junc38 
P13 Dec. 39 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOB. 



Pavnuuter.—Uenry Boys, 1 Aug. 37 ; Bnt. 8 April, 26 ; Lieui. 13 Feb. 30 : 
Cap#. 6 Sept 33. 

Atfpaant.—TnnelB HavOand, (Lieut.) 4 Dec. 35. 

Quarter^Master.^^ohxk Haviland, 15 July, 36. 

Surgeon.-^'9 James Dawn,» 28 Dec. 26 ; AtHet.-Surg. 28 Oct 13; Botp.^AeMist. 
Aug. 12. 

Astittant'SurgeoH.^A]exander George Home, M.D. 18 Jan. 27 ; H6ep.'Amist. 
26 Oct 26. > r 

Veterinary Surgeon. — ^WiUiam Woodman, 25 Feb. 13. 

Scarlet— ^ocMff B]mck,^Agent$, Mesars. Hopkinson, Barton, and Knyvett, Regent- 
street 
[Hetumedfrom France, November, 1818.] 

I 8lr Tho. O. MontreMr haa bcvn twenty-foar ymn oo retdmental ftUl-iwr, duxina which iwrlod hm wrvcd 
at pibnOUr i» ITVOuid 91 ; hi Fluden ud HoIUiid In 1785. 4. and sPSJ. Eg^Uan o^pSff. of jSh. 
and fubtequratly maaj jeart In India. ^^ 

Ji Dr. Dawn aenrtid in the Fnlncola from September, 1618, to the end of Um war. iadudlnc ite aken of 
8tn Sebaaliaa, and batUca of NiTcIte. Kire, and Toulouie. ^ ^^ 

192 



3rd 0r ( The Prince of WuU»'$) Bigt of Dragoon Guards. 

" TALAVERA" — « ALBUHERA*' — « VITTORIA " — « PENINSULA." 



Tewi'Senr. 



47 



Pull 
Pay. 



34 



15 



Hiiir 
Pny. 



14 
13 
11 


"ft 



10 





9 





8 





15 





9 





8 





9 
7 






6 





5 





4 






3 
3 

2 
1 

10 

5 
30 
33 

15 











CoUjnel. 
9<StrJame8 Charles Dalbiac/ K.C.H. Comet, 4 July, 1798; Ueut. 24 Feb. 
94; Capt. 11 Oct. 98; Mqjcr, 16 Oct. 1801 ; Xt«i*.-C(i/. 26 April, 08 ; CoU 
4 June, 14; Mtyor-Oen, SI yLay, 26; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. 3id 
Dragoon-Guards, 1 Jan. 30. 

J^ieut.'ColoneL 
9 Oeoige Maunsell,* Comet, p 13 Harch, 1806 ; Lieut, p 26 Dec. 06 ; Capt. p 18 
July, 11 ; Mqjor, P21 Nov. 28 ; Lieut. -Col. P 16 Sept. 38. 

Mqfor. 
Thomas Arthur, Comet, p 23 June, 1826 ; Lieut, p 19 Sept. 26 ; Capt. p 8 Feb. 
31 ; Mqjor, p 16 Sept. 38. 



Captains. 

SSiWm. Warb. Huntley 
Christopher Teesdale .... 
Wm. Chas. Jas. Campbell 

John Hopton 

John Daniel Dyson . . . 
John Nugent 



Lieutenants. 

Aylmer L. Bourke, R.M. 
J. Geo. Wm. Brydges . . 

Francis Garratt 

Francis Watt 

Edward Dyson 

John Rodon 

Isaac R. Warner 

Matthew Thos. Forde . . 

Cornets. 

WUliam Squire 

Edward D. Freeman . . . . 

Henry H. Bacon 

Edward Bagwell. 

Manners M'iCay 



CORNET. 



P 16 June 14 
P 11 July 26 
P21 May 29 
P 8 Feb. 31 
P 9 Dec. 31 
P 17 Feb. 32 



7 July 26 
P20Jan. 32 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 17 Aug. 31 
P 18 Oct. 38 
PdOJan. 36 
P 30 Oct. 36 
P 16 Sept. 36 



P 24 Mar. 37 
P27 Oct. 37 
P 8 June 38 
P 16 Sept. 38 
Pl7May 39 



LIEUT. 



23 Oct. 16 
P 16 June 30 
P 20 Jan. 32 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 22 Mar. 33 
P 18 Oct. 33 



18 Jan. 27 
P 2 May 34 

P30Jan. 36 
P 8 July 36 
P27 Oct. 37 
P 16 Sept. 38 
16 May 39 
p 17 May 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 13 Sept. 21 
P IJune 32 
P 2 May 34 
P 80 Oct 86 
P 8 July 36 
P 16 Sept. 38 



BREVET 
MAJOR. 



10 Jan. 37 



Poyvmufer.— Ernest Aug. Hawker, 19 Oct. 38; jE'ii#. 30 Sept 30; Lieut. 8 
July, 36. 
Aiffut4mt.-^l9aac Redston Warner, (Lieut.) 21 Sept 88. 
Quarter-Matter.— 'If John Martin,' 22 Feb. 10. 
Surgeon. — 9 George Alex. Stephenson,^ 28 Oct 13 ; A$riit. Surg, 14 May, 07. 

Assistant Surgeon.— DsiyiA Lister, 18 Oct 27 ; Hospital Assist. 26 Oct 26. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Isaac Timm, 17 Feb. 26. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Hopkinson, Barton, and Knyvett 

{^Returned from France, January, 1816.] 

1 Sir Cbaries Dalbiac lerred the Campaign of 1800 In the Prainrals, sod wai at the bfUtlei of Ttlartra 
the 27th and 88th Jnly. Served the winter campaign of 1810 in the Linei of Lisbon. Served the campaign 
of 161], and commanded hit Regt. (alwBjrt the 4th Dragoons) in the affklr of Campo-lfayo, S6th March ; 
•ad in the CaTairy affhir of Loe Santos, 16th April. Served the campaign of 1812, and was engaged in the 
■flUr at Llerena, Ilth April, when Lord Combermere defeated Malvhal Soult's rear-guard. Present at tho 
batUe of Salamanca, SQd July. Sir Charles pnblished, with the approbation of His Royal Blgbnese the late 
Onke of York, a military catechism for the use and instruction of young officers and non-commissioned 
oOoen of Cavalry. ^ 

% Colonel M aunsell served in the Peninsnla from April, 1800, to the end of the war, including the follow- 
faig battlea and slegee, vii. :— Telavera, 27th, 28th July, 1800, Bnsaeo, Albuhera, Usagre, Ciudad Rodrigo. 
JtanatT and February, 181S; Badi^ot, March and April, 1812, Vlttoria and Toulouse. Col. M. commanded 
a iquadron at the brilliant cavalry aflkir of Usagre, where three French regiments were defeated by the trd 
Biagoon Guards. 

9 Qnarter-Master Martin served in the Peninsula from April, 1800, to the end of the war, including the 
ibllowln« battles and sieges, vis. :— Talavera 27th and 28th July, Busaco, Albuhera, Usagre, Badi^OK, March 
sad April, 1812, Vlttoria, Pampeluna, and Toulouse. 

4 Dr. Stephenson served In the Penlntnla firom Maveb, 1800, to the end of the war. 
123 



4M (or Saifal Iriih) lUgimeni of Dragoon Chuardt. 



On the Standard* and Appolntmento the HARP and CROWK, emd tki 
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto " Quii SeparobU " 

" PENINSULA." 



TMf^Senr. 


64 


Full 


Hftir 


P»7. 


P»j. 


36 


6A 


94 


1 


14 





18 


3 


11 





10 





10 





8 





7 





6 





8 





6 





7 





4 





3 





9 





2 





6 





1 





1 





1 





34 


1ft 


6 





6 





33 


tt 


14 





IS 






Colonel. 
9 Sir George Anson/ O.C.B. Comet, 3 May, 1786; Ximf. 16 Mareh, 01; 
Capt. Sept. 02 ; Mt^or, 26 Dec. 04 ; Lieui,-Col. 21 I>ec. 07; CoL 1 Jan. 
06 ; Mt^.-Oen. 26 July 10 ; Lieut.-Gen. 12 Aug. 10; Oen, 10 Jan 37 ; Col. 
4th Bragoon-Ghiazda, 24 Feb. 27. 

Lietit.'CoUm^. 

9 m James Charles Chatterton,* K.H. Comet, p 23 Not. 00 ; Lieut. 6 Jane, 

11; C^^P26Marth, 18; Afq;'or,P22 July, 24; Xieti^.-Cot. P18 Dec. 27. 

Mi^jor. 
mi Charles Makepeace, JSru. 9 13 April, 16 : Lieut, p 14 March, 16 ; Capt. 
P24 July, 28 ; Mqfor, p6 March, 36. 



Captaiics. 

Edward Cooper Hodge . . 
George Wyndl Mayow . . 
Clonent Robert Areher. . 

Lionel Plaee 

Alex. Duncan Tait 

William Hosken Haiper 

LlBUTBKANTB. 

Francis Meynell ........ 

GranyiUe H. Eliot 

MUdmay Clerk 

Charles Paike IbbetM>n. . 
Ferdinand W. Arkwright 

GustaTUS Rochfort 

Thos. OUver W. Coster . . 
George Tlkoaison Jacob . . 
Edmund John Tomer . . 

CORNBTS. 

Richard SouteTy R.M. .. 
Thos. Geo. Symons .... 
Milboorae Kemeys Tynte 
Fra. Rowland Forster. . . 



COBKBT. 



3 Aug. 20 
POJune 26 
P21 May 29 
P 6 July 30 
P 2 Not. 30 
P 10 Oct. 32 



P 17 Jan. 34 
P 6 Mar. 36 
P 4 May 32 
P24 April 36 
P Aug. 33 
P 8 April 36 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P27 April 38 
P28N0T. 38 



26 Sept. 36 
P 3 May 30 
P 16 Ang. SO 
P 7 Feb. 40 



LIBUT. 



P 3 

P12 
P13 
P 3 
P31 
P17 



July 28 
Feb. 30 
Aug. 30 
May 31 
Aug. 32 
Jan. 34 



P 24 April 36 
P 8 April 36 
p 7 Mar. 34 
P 30 June 37 
p 2 June 37 
P27 April 38 
P 23 Not. 38 
P 16 Aug. 30 
P 7 Feb. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 Dec. 34 
P 6 Mar. 36 
P24 April 36 
P 4 Sept. 36 
P 30 June 37 
P 16 Aug. 30 



BBBTBT 
MAJOR. 



S Ckptain Diawwaltr umA 
In Um Expedition to Cppaa* 
iMfM to IW; tte mpCsM of 
MtftiBlqm ; and tahmqiumMf 
In tb6P«iiinMilA,|]ieliidiaf tk§ 
iMttto of BUMCO. 



4 Dr. Fluiagan Mrred in 
chidlni Um battlMol the Pj.^ 
MibteqiMat ftflUn. Borrtdalto 
war, iaclndiBff th* siigv of 
•ortio St Port Efto, and 
AoMricaat at Cook*f Mlllf. 



PmliMiila, !■• 
OrtlMt^and 

iBtktAlMriOU 

rapalM at thm 
of tW 



Paifmatter.—^ Aug. Chas. Drawwater/ 11 Nor. 10; Btu. 1 May, 06: Xisitf. 

20 March, 06 ; Capt. 16 Aug. 11. 
Ji^iitofa.*-Charles P. Ibbetson, (Lieut.) 97 April, 38. 
Quarter-Matter, — John Andrews, 20 June, 34. 
Surgeon.—'lf John Bickerton Flanagan/ 21 Oct 13; Asritt.-Surg. 12 March, 07 ; 

Hoip.'Aetitt. 6 May, 06. 
il«U^.^iir0«<m.--PatrickO'Callaghan,M.B.21F)eb.28;H(iMi^-iijffis#.18Jaly,96. 
Veterinary Surffeon. — James Rainsford, 26 Dec. 28. 

Scariet — Facings Blue. — Agent, Mr. Collyer, Park-pkoe, St. James's. 
inetumedfrom Portugal, Map, 1813.] 

1 8lr O wff g s AaMB hM vteaifod a Modal and two d ee m tot Tklafara, Bakmaiifli. and Tllloria. 

a Ool. Chittertoa Mrrod la the Pwiiuala, Plaadan, and Fraoca, ftom 1811 to 1818, iadadliv tha ea^nUiy 
actions at Famta Oaraaldo and AUka da Poota ; ticffM of Ciudad Bodrifo and Bad^Jos} aetlont at Unfae* 
Lkma, galamaDfla, H«l«kti of Bt. Cbitotoral, Garti^|oat <o tha bactia of SalmaBca; aAlrt at ValladoHd, 
aad to tho iaTettmiBt of Boigot; eombatt at Mnnartirio, and at Barmoia upon tha ratiaat tnm Boffoe lo 
Salamaaca; aflUn thmca to Cladad Bodrifo ; opqa tho advaaeo fma Portugal ; tha aat-poM aflUts 
and oomtat at Onna; battla of Vlttoria; aetkMM at Villa Franca and Toloms si^ and eaptniv of flan 8a> 
bastlaa ; aetlont on enwlaff tha Btdaitoa and oarryinff tha wnemf'% fortified •ntmehmniti; battla of tha 
Mtvalla and afihira at St. Jasn da Laa, and in frant of Bsfonnai oonnaetad with tho pamfa and battla of tha 
NlTa ; Ba«H* of tha Adoor and inTtataMBt of Bqronna; oeeupatlon of Boofdonox ; pmafa of tha ' 
and afldr vpon tho Oofdoyna; battte of Qaatio Btm and Waiorloow lath, 17th, and 18th Jana; 
to» and aapcnia of Paitos and with tha amy of occnpatiqn in Pmc*. 
124 



5th (or PHnceBM Charlotte of Waleis) Regt. of Dragoon Guarcb. 

The motto " Vestiifla nuiia retranum."-^** SALAMANCA"— << VITTORIA''-i 

"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Y«eri» Senr. 



60 



CoiOMl. 



Full 
P.y. 



32 



21 



20 
16 
15 
11 
10 
8 

7 
6 
5 
7 
4 
4 
4 
3 

16 
9 
3 
2 
1 

24 



6 

31 



26 



Half 
Pfcy. 



2* 



1* 



8 


























9 Sir John Slade, 3^* O.C.H., Cvmet, II May, 1780; Lieut, 28 April, 88 ' 
Capt, 24 Oct. 87; Mqjar, 1 Mareh, 04; lAeut.-CoL 29 April, 95; CoL 20 
April, 1802 ; Mqfar-Gen. 26 Oct. 09 ; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 
37; C0Z.5th Dragoon GiiaitU, 20 July 81. 

Lieut.'CoUmeL 

99ft 5ir James Maxwell Wallace, > K.H. Comet, cUAng.OS; Ziei£^. P5Jiine, 
06 ; Capt. p 22 Oct. 07 ; 3fq;or, p 1 Jan. 17 ; Lieut.-Col, p 26 Sept. 23 ; CoL 
28 June, 38. 

Mi^or, 

Hon. James Torke Scarlett, Coniee,P26March,18; Lieut, p 24 Oct. 21; Capt, 
P June, 25 ; Mqfor, p 11 June, 80. 



Captains. 

Fnmcis Westenni 

John Wallace King 

Abraham Bolton 

Francis Pamell Iloyenden 

Robert Meade 

Robert Bell 



Lieutenants. 
Goodwin C. Colquitt . . . 
W. Beaumaris Knipe. . . 
J. Ireland Blackbume . 

Norman Cowley 

Arch. Rowan Hamilton . 

James ConoUy 

James Charies Yorke. . . 
Arthur Prime 



Cornets. 

9 J. Henley, R.M.* 

Henry Ash 

George Lloyd Robson . . . . 
W. Noel Algernon Hill . . 
WUliamBamett 



CORNET. 



P 31 July 17 
P 24 Mar. 25 
P 12 Oct. 25 
P 12 Vow. 29 
P 26 Oct 80 
P 16 NoY. 82 

P 2Attg. 83 
P 28 Jan. 85 
P 8 April 35 
P26AprU33 
P 18 May 86 
P 17 June 86 
PIS Jan. 87 
P 80 June 37 

6 Jan. 25 

18 Oct. 81 

P 28 Not. 87 

P 10 Aug. 38 

P 5 April 89 



LIEUT. 



P 24 Oct. 21 
P 14 Feb. 28 
P 26 June 27 
P 18 July 32 
P 14 Dec. 32 
P 27 June 84 

P 2 Oct 85 
P 6 May 36 
P 17 June 36 
P 10 June 85 
p 80 June 87 
P 28 Nov. 87 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 5 April 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 81 Dec. 25 
P 28 Dec. 32 
P 8 Mar. 88 
P 6 May 86 
PSODec. 86 
P Mar. 38 



BRBYBT* 
MAJOR. 



28 June 88 



Paynuuter, — Henry Aug. Jackson, 15 Dec. 87 ; Sm, 27 Aug. 15 ; Lieut, 8 

April, 25 ; Capt. 18 Dec. 35. 
^47'i«^an^— Henry Ash, (Comet,) 18 Oct 31. 
Quarter^Maeter, — James Brand, 17 July, 35. 
Surgeon. — James Barlow,^ M.D. 29 July, 18 ; Attist.'Surg, 5 March, 07 ; Hotp.^ 

Aetitt. 25 June, 03. 
Atngtant-Surgeon. — Charles Hay Camegy, M.D. 14 March, 84. 
HB Veterinary Surgeon. — John Constant,* 8 March, 14. 

Scarlet*-Facin^« Green. — Agent, Messra. Cox k. Co. 

[Returned from Spam, July, 1814.] 

1 Sir John Blade lerred In Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore, In command of the Hiuaar 
Brigade, including the different nperatione terminating with the battle of Corunna. Placed again on the 
atar in the Peniniula, in Aug. 1809, where he served until Jvne, 1813, in command of a brigade of caralry. 
Sir John hat received a Medal and one Clasp for the battles of Corunna, and Fuentes d'Onor. 

9 Sir J. M. Wallace serred at Waterloo on the 10th, 17th, and 19th June. 

9 Cornet Henkj served the campaign of 1814 in the PeninsuU, including tlie battle of Toulouse. 

4 Dr. Barlow's servicea .—-Expedition to Copenhagen In 1S07 ; capture of Martinique in 1809 ; CMnpalga 
of 1815 in the Netherlands and Prance. 

i Mr. Constant served at Waterloo on tlie leib, 17th, and 18th June. 
125 D 



BeffhnetU 



Tmn* SttiT, 



46 



Pull 



34 



32 



16 
16 
14 
11 
12 
16 

18 
10 

10 
8 
6 
3 
6 
4 
3 

2 
2 
1 



6 

6 

30 



Halt 



Coionel. 

9 Sir Thomas Hawker/ K.C.H. Comet, 12 May, 1786; Xtatf. 6 Apifl^ 00; 
Capf 10 July, 90 ; Jlfq^,23Nov. 1804; Xi«rf.-CW.2Sept08; CW.4Jimc, 
14; Mqjar-Oen, 27 Kay, 26; Lieut-Gm. 28 June, 38; CW. Oth Diasoon 
Quards, 7 June, 39. 

LiBut,'CoUmeL 

9 m James Jackson,* K.H. .Snf . Oct 06 ; Xinrf. 26 Jan. 08 ; Ctqii. '25 Jum, 
13 ; Srevet'Mqfor, 18 June, 16 ; RegtL'Mqjor, «» 26 April, 27 j BrmMi-IAmd.- 
Col, 26 May, 26 ; Regth- Lieut, -Col. p 2 March, 39. 

B£iQOT' 

David Hay, Comef , 6 Oct. 08 ; Litui, p31 Oct. 11; Cojpi. p6 Aug. 19; BrtoH- 
Mqfor, 10 Jan. 37 ; RegtL-Mt^or, p 14 April, 37. 



Captains. 
Henry Richmond Jones. . 
Joseph Deane Browne . . 
Henry Hayhurst Prance 
Thomas Bdward Taylor. . 
Brook John Knight .... 
John Rowland Smyth' . . 

LiBUTENANTS. 

William 9. Philips, R.M. 

James Johnston 

Hon, A. G. Fred. Joceljrn 

WUliam Scott 

James Hen. Dickson .... 

Thomas Manders 

Bdward Lewis Pryse .... 
Robert F. Lord Gifford . . 
Henry L. Cocksodge .... 
Lindsey ZachariahCox.. 

Cornets. 

Robert J. Knox 

Bmle Wairiner 

PhUlips Buchanan 

Paymaiter, — 



CORNBT. 



P 9 June 26 
P 10 Sept. 26 
P 2 Not. 26 
P 10 Feb. 29 
P26 0ct. 26 
P 6 July 21 

26 Oct. 22 
P 12 June 30 
P 26 April 31 
P 12 Feb. 30 
P 6 July 32 
P 30 July 36 
P 17 Mar. 37 
P 4 Dec. 35 
P lApril36 
P 14 April 87 

P 6'Oct. 38 
P 2 Not. 38 
P 6 Sept. 30 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 June 30 
P 26 April 31 
P26Jan. 38 
P 2 Not. 88 
P26Jon0 36 
P20NOT. 37 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



P 14 Not. 26 
P 26 April 27 
P 10 Feb. 29 
P 26 April 31 

8 June 30 
P26May 26 

16 Feb. 26 
P 6AprilS2 
P 6 July 32 
P 16 Jan. 36 
p 22 May 36 
6 Oct. 38 
P 2 Not. 38 
P 27 July 38 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P 6Sept.39 

9 Dr. Heriol wrvwl In th« Profiali from 
JoiM, 1800, to th« rad of tho war, tneludlag 
the battles of Tslaren and Bolanwaoa ; il«f« 
of Borgo* ; ud battlM of Vlttorls, tho Pynn- 
cot, aadOrtliM. 






























1 8tr Thomai Rawkor wm praaaat in tho aetloaf la North Hdllaad, the Haldar tspod lH OB, «■ Um lOlk, 
lOtb Saptraibor, tad and Olh Oelobtr, 1790; and was prtiiat la ooawiawl of tha flOth Light DnMooaa ta 
avary action In vlikh tha BriUih troopa ware angagad on tha aaatom ooaat of Bpnia, la 1812 and IBIS; ha 
has anhaaqnantly aarrad on the Staff, In India, aa Ma}or4>anaral. 

t Colonai Jaefcaon Mrrad tai tha Panlnania, froaa A|M1» 1800^ to tha and of tha war: tadndlAf the hatHas 
of Oporto^ IWatara, Biwago, Hadtnha, Foantae d*Onor; fliat aiaga of BadaJoi, fhn gOth Hvf, to leth Jaaa, 
1811 ; action at Blbodoa ; iloga and captnra of Qodnd Rodrlgo ; eaeond ilaga and eaptnre of ^"^^tin^ tth 
April, 181S ; battle* of Balamaaca, Tlttorla, Mafa Paai, Pampelnna, 15th Jnly, P^f raneaa, tOth Jolr/invalK 
Nlva^ and Bafoana. Piaaant at Walerlooo, aad-with tha amiT of occap a tion In Praaea. Sorrod In India 
aad AinMa ftam 1810 to 1888, incliidhig tha captnia of Beal-Boo-AIL m KUltarr BeerettfT to 8lr Uoaal 
Smith, and, for which earrieeb he was raoonnvBdad bj tha Marqoia of Battings for tha rank of Lloat.-OoL 

8 Oaptaln Srajrth tarrad la India with tha ISih lAaeen, aad waa at tha ilift of Bhartpotw 



il4^'tiiafi/.~Thoinai Mandos, (JAmU,) 31 July, 36. 

Qmarter*Matter. — Thomas Smith, 26 Juna, 36. 

Surgeon.'-lt John Heriot,* M.D. 16 April, 12 ; AsiUtant-SwrgeoHf 8 Nor. 04 ; 
Hotp.-Aitist, 11 May, 04. 

AmttmU'Surgeom.'-Hearj Carline, 28 Sept. 26; Boipiiui'AmtUmi, 31 A19.26. 

Veterinary Surgeon,— ThoiDBS Browne, 26 July, 34: Ens. 26 Dec. 19. 
Scarlet-^Fodn^ White.— J^imt, Measra. Cox k Co. 
[Reiumedflrom Buenoi Ayret, 1808.] 



126 



BajfoTi 



r«it'8enr. 



60 



Ml 
P*7. 



38 



16 



14 

18 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9 
7 
7 
7 
8 
6 
6 

6 
5 
6 
4 
6 
1 

18 

6 
16 

as 



Half 






J* 





















CdUmel. 

Sir Bvan Lloyd,* K.C.H. Comet, 26 Nov. 1780 ; Lieut. 6 Feb. 87 ; Cayt. 26 
Oct 93; Mqfar, 1 Sept. 06; Xieti/.-Co/. 11 Feb. 99; Col. 26 Oct. 1800; 
Mqjor-Gen. 1 Jan. 12 ; Lieut.-Gm. 27 May, 26 ; CoL 7th Dragoon Gnardi, 
18Mareh,86. ^ ' 

Zieut.'CoUmel. 









Alex. Kennedy Clark Kennedy,' CB. KH, Comet, p8 Sept 02 ; Lieut, p 16 
Dec. 04 ; Copt, p 13 Dec. 10 ; Mqfor, p 26 May, 26 ; Lieut.-CoL p 11 June, 30. 

Mqfor, 

John Bolton, Corti^f, P 22 July, 24; Lieut, P8ApriI,26: Capt, Pll June,dO: 
il€j/or, P8Jaly,3e. »r > , r . » 



Captains. 

BobertBichardton 

ThomaB LeMarchant.. . 
G. A. F. Cimynghanie . 
John Hope Oilwone . . . 
James Wflllam Hunter . 
William Sandilandt ... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

C. H. Thompson, R.M.. 
Edward Codrington . . . 
William Henry Peters . 
John Clark Keimedy . . . 

John Greene . » 

John R. Heaton 

Geo. R. Stevenson 



CORKBTS. 

John Campbell 

Henry Schonswar 

Hon, Const. Aug. Dillon 

John Crofts \., 

William Hogg 

0*Neal Segrave 



CORNET. 



P 8 June 26 
P 14 June 27 
P22May 28 
P 8 Oct 30 
P17 Dec 80 
P 18 Jan. 31 

P 16 Aug. 31 
P 17 Aug. 83 
P27 Sept 33 
P 26 Oct 33 
P24Feb. 32 
19 Dec. 34 
4 July 34 



P 16 Jan. 
P 24 July 
P OJan. 
P 8 July 
POO Oct 
P 6 July 



36 
36 
36 
86 
36 
39 



LIEUT. 



P 9April29 
P 11 June 30 
P 12 July 33 
P16 Aug. 33 
P 17 Aug. 33 
P 27 Sept 33 



P24July 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 2 Sept 36 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 19 June 36 
22 Aug. 37 
P 6 July 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 16 Aug. 33 
P17 0ct 34 
P 16 Jan. 36 
P24July 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 2 Sept 86 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Paynuuter, — Nenon Armstrong, 28 Sept 38: Bm, 8 Aug. 22; Lieut, Id 

April, 26. 
^i{^'iiteiif.-^ohn R. Beaton, {lAeut,) 11 Jan. 39. 
Quarter-Master.^ll^ Henry Higgins,^ 14 April, 26. 
Surgeon. — Martin Caihcart,* 27 April, 16 ; Auist,'Surgeon, 23 March, 09 ; 

Hoep.'Aitigt, 6 Jan. 06. 
Ate%Mt.-Surg.—lLeDTj Marshall, 28 Sept 26; Hosp.-Atsist. 3 Aug. 26. 
26 2A Veterinary Surgeon. — John Schroeder, 26 June, 12. 

Scarlet — Facings black. — Agent j Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Retumedfrom Holland, 1763.] 

I Sir Evan Lljrod Mrred on ragimental ftill-pay firom 1780 to 1818, the whole period In the 17th Light 
Dngoone, and wis present with that eorpi in nearly all the actions and aleget in which it was engaged in 
India; be also lerred in Booth America in 1808 and 7, and was at the tailing of Monte Video, and In the 
opeditlon to Buenos Ayras. 

9 Colonel Clark Kennedy lerred tn the Peninsula from Sept. 1800 to Sept. 1813, inclading the battles of 
Ftocntes d'Onor and Vittorla, besldea Tarlous aAlrs of out-potts; received two wounds at Waterloo. While 
Isading hia aonadron In a successful charge against the Count I^rlon's corps at Waterloo, perceiving an 
Xagla to the lefL be changed the direction of his squadron, and ran the officer through the body who ca^ 
tied It, and which belonged to the 105th French Regiment of Infantry, and is now deposited In Whitehall. 

t Dr. Cafbcart lenred at the capture of Martinique in 1800, and Ouadaloupe In 1810. Also throughout 
the Burmese war, and was present In almost every action and storming party during the war. 

4 Qnaitor-Master Higgfais served at Walcheren in 1800, and in the Peninsula fh>m July 1811 to the end 
of the war. Including the battles of Salamanca, Ylttorla, and Toulouse, and other minor actions fn which 
the Srd Light Dragoons was engaged. 
127 



Ut (or Rcydt) ReyimaU of Dragoons. 

On tlM standard an EagU.— << PENINSULA"— '< WATERLOO. 



tY«*n'8crT. 



47 



Poll 
Pay. 



87 



96 



16 
15 
14 
II 
10 


6 
6 
8 
10 
6 
3 
6 



Half 
Pay. 



6 
6 

4 
1 
I 
I 
11 

10 

6 

20 

3 



Itt 


















CoUmd, 

9 m Rt. Hon. Sir Ricb. Hnssey ViyUm/ Bt, G.C.B. and O.C.H. Bm. 31 
July, 1708 ; lAeut. 20 Oct. 98 ; Captain, 7 May, 04 ; Mqfar, 9 March, 1803 ; 
Lieut,'CoL 28 Sept. 04 ; Col. 20 Feb. 12 ; Mt^or^Gen, 4 June, 14 ; Li^ut.^Gen. 
22 July, 80 iCoL let Dragoons, 20 Jan. 87. 

Lieui.'Colmia, 

m m Thomas Marten,' K.H. Comet j- Svb-Lieui. 22 Not. 18 ; Lieut. P 5» 
June, 17 i Copt, p4 May, 22; Mqfor, p 12 Dec 96; Lieui.-Col. 29 May, 86. 

3£iffOT, 

Benjambi Eyeraid,* Em. 26 Feb. 18 ; Lieta. 10 Sept 18; Copt. P 16 Jane, 
Mttfor,P2l Sept. 30. 



Captains. 
Wm. Mostjrn Owen 
Charles P. Alnslie . 
William R. Sands . 
Edward littledale . 

John Dalton 

Thos. John Burke . 
















Li BUTB HANTS. 

John Yorke 

William Charles Yates . 
John Chamberlain, R.M. 

Charles Field « 

BobU Manners Croft. . . . 

WiUiamPeel ^.. 

Lawrence Palk 



CORNBT. 



P26Sept.2d 
10 April 26 
P 17 Aug. 26 
P24 Dec. 20 
P21 Sept. 30 
P 27 Jan. 32 

P21 Dec. 32 
P30May 84 
1 June 82 
18 July 84 
P 7 Not. 84 
P 3 Not. 87 
p 1 May 36 



LIBUT. 



P I Dec. 26 
P28Jan. 26 
P21 Sept. 30 
P21 Dec. 32 
P30May 34 
P310ct. 34 




P 6 June 36 
P 4 Sept. 36 
P28 0ct. 36 
P 1 Mar. 89 
P 23 April 39 
P 6 Sept 89 



P 14 Not. 26 
p 16 Mar. 30 
p 6 Dec. 34 
P 1 May 36 
P 4 Sept. 86 
P20July 38 



P 6 Dec. 84 
P 1 May 86 
P 10 July 36 
10 July 36 
P 4Sept.86 
P 12 Jan. 89 
P 6 Sept. 80 

a 0>I. Marten trt^A the campalffn of 1814, 
in the Peninenla, with Um houeehoM hrignde. 
Prennt at Waterloo. 

4 Qttarter-maater, IKh November, 1630, from 
whieh date the period of lenrtoe hif been com* 
imted. 

6 Dr. Bartlej lerred in the Pealnenla, nod 
wni pRtent at the battle of Balamance 



CORNBTS. 

Robert Wardlaw 

Byan H. Uoyd 

Chas. C. Waldo Sibthorp 
Walter B. Barttelot . . 

Jonas Morris 

Aubrey Rickets 

PAymojfer.— Wm. llios. Wodehouse, 6 April, 80 ; Ens. 8 Oct. 20 -, Lieui. 81 

Dec. 33. 
jl4ric^im^.~Charles Field, (Lieut.) 18 July, 84. 
Quarter^Matter.—^Xi John Partridge, 18 July, 34. 

Swrgeon.--9 John Metge BarUey,* M.D. 81 Aug. 26 ; Aitiii.-Swg. 27 Dec 10. 
Atsist.'Swrgeon.—Wiiiiun Benny, M.D. 20 June, 32. 
Veterinary ^Mfyeon.— Matthew Poett, 21 April, 37. 

Scarlet — Facing Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

lIletwi%edfrom France, January, 1816.] 

mmn Virian aerved In PlsBdera and Holland, under the Dake of York, ftom June, 17M, mitll the 
letnm of the Britieh araij in 1709. Pieaent in the aortie from Nlmcfvea, and waa left with a picqoet of the 
aath nfL, In eot^nnction with other pleqoelt, to hold It after the retreat of the army. Prteent In the aflOr 
at GeMermalMn, In which hii reft, (the 28th) mAred tercrelf, and In other tklnnlshee. Alao preeent In 
all the diflhrent batllce which took plaee daring the expedition to the Helder, excepting on the landing. 
Comnanded the 7th Hnaara in the campaigns vnder Sir John Moore, in 1808 and B. Commanded a bn- 
gade of cavalry in the Fninsnla, ftom Sept. ISlSi vnttt the return of tlie army, Incladlng the hatUea of 
Ofthea, Hive, and ToakNue. Severely wounded In carrying the bridge of Croix d*Orade, near Toulouae. 
Berred at tlie bottle of Waterloo. Sir Huamy iiae received a aaedal and one clasp for Snhagun and 
venle, and Orthes. 
3 MiUor Bvenrd served In the Mahntta war in 1SI7. 
128 



1 Sir Hunay Vivian 



2nd {or Royal North BritUK) RegL of Dragoons. 



Ymn^Bun, 



48 



FuU 



27 



20 



20 
14 
14 
10 
15 
11 

12 
6 
6 
5 
5 
6 

5 
4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 

25 



2 

5 

31 



Half 

Pay. 



^ 








A 
























On tlM Standard an Eagle.— << WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 
Sir Wm. Kier Gnnt/ K.C.B. O.C.H. Bm, 30 May, 17d3; Lieut. 18 Feb. 93; 
C<^. 6 July, 94 ; Mqjar, 6 Jan. 96 ; Lieut.-Col. 3 Dec. 1800 -, Col. 25 July, 
10; Mqfar-Gen. 4 June, 13 ; Lieut.'Oen. 27 May, 25 ; Col. Sd Br. 24 Aug. 39 

lAeut.'CoUmel. 
m Charles Wyndham,' Comet, p13 May, 13; LieiU. 4 May, 15; Capt. i>S4 
June, 19 i MqjOTy p 13 Dec. 26 ; lAeui.-Col. P 30 Dec. 37. 

Mqjor. 
John Fred. Sales CUirke, Comet, p 19 Feb. 18 ; Lieui. p 11 Oct. 31 ; Capt.vU 
July, 35 ; Mqjor, p 30 Dec 37. 



CORMBT. 



Captains. 

Geoige Hobart 

Francis Charles Forde . . 
St. Vincent W. Ricketts 
Titchlan Macquarie .... 
Michael Gkx>ld Adams . . 
Henry Darby Griffith . . 

LiBUTBKAKTS. 

Robert Stein Forlong. . . . 
Thos. Wm. Trafford .... 
Q. A. F. J. Lord Glenlyon 
Donald John M. Macleod 

John Campbell 

LordW.V. A.M.Hill.. 

CORNBTS. 

Charles Craven 

Q. Aug. Filmer Suliyan. . 
Mark W. Vane Milbank. . 

Edward Bamett 

Oeoige Reid 

Hugh Mont. Campbell . . 
Frederick PhOips, R.M. 



P 9 July 18 
P 10 June 36 
P 13 July 36 
P 18 Jan. 31 
P31 July 35 
P 35 Nov. 38 

P 31 Nov. 38 
P 21 Feb. 34 
P 31 Nov. 34 
P 10 July 35 
P 6 Nov. 35 
P 8 April 34 

P 33 Jan. 36 
P 29 July 36 
P 30 Dec. 37 
P 33 Feb. 38 
10 Aug. 38 
P 1 Feb. 39 
P 11 May 39 



LIBUT. 



P 31 July 36 
8 June 30 
P 5April31 
P 6 Nov. 35 
P 30 July 39 
P 35 Nov. 31 



23 
PIO 
PdO 
P3d 
P38 
P31 



May 35 
Nov. 37 
Dec. 37 
Feb. 38 
Dec. 38 
Oct. 36 



CAPTAIN. 



P 30 July 29 
PIO July 35 
P 6 Nov. 35 
P 33 Feb. 38 
P 38 Dec. 38 
P 1 Aug. 34 



BRBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



Paymaster. 
25 June, 19. 



William Crawford, 34 March, 28 ; Comet, 17 Atig. 15; Lieut. 



Adjjvtant. — George Reid, {Cornet^ 10 Aug. 38. 

Quarter Maeter.-^^BR Michael Nelson, 35 Dec. 85 ; JS!ii#. 4 Dec. 35. 



Surgeon.'-l^m John Wmterscale,* 13 June, 88; Aetiet.-Surg. 8 Feb. 10; 
Hoip.'A»sist. 17 Sept 09. 

Agtietant'Surgeon. — James Monro, M.D. 3 Nov. 33. 

Veterinary Surgeon.^—ThomBB Jez, 4 Oct. 39. 

Searltt-^Faeings Bhue.-^Ageni, Messrs. Hopklnson, Barton, k Knyrett — 
Iriih Agent, Messrs. Borough, Armit Sc Co. 



IRetumedflrom France, January, 1816.] 

I Sir Wm. Kler Grant Mrred In Flandeni uid wai present at Funan, tlege 
In 17M he wm preMnt in tlie actioni of the 17tb, 84th, and tath of April, the 
May. Joined the Banian and Austrian army In Italy early in 1790, and eenred 
two following yeart, indnding the Imttlei of Noil, Rivoll, Mondori, Sariliano, 
Alenndiia* Sanranal, Tortona, Cunio, Sarona, Genoa, tu. Sir Wm. lerred ae 
ladiea tram 1900 to 1818 ; commanded a body of troops in the Ferdan Gulf. 

a Ool. Wyndlmm reeelved two levere wounds at Waterloo, on the 18th June. 

a Dr. Wtaterseale served at Walcheren, in 1800, and in the Peninsula, from Sept. 1610, to Dec. 1819, In- 
dudlBf the battle of Foentes d'Onor. Prawnt at Watertoo. 

139 



of Yaleneiennes, ke. in 1708. 
10th, 17th, 18th, and ttnd of 
the campaigns of that and the 
Marengo, kc. ; the sieges of 
Adjutant-General in the East 



Ymn* Serr. 



43 



^SS^Tto^ wSSf ] ^^ (^ ^^' O um)Reg t LL Dragoani. [*S2^Ji** 

The White Hone, within the Garter on the 2nd and 3rd Standards, with the Motto, << iVee 
OMpera terreiU."—" SALAMANCA"-" V ITTORIA"— " TOULOUSB"— " PENINSULA." 

Colonei, 

9 Lord Ghaa. Somerset Manners, K.C.B.* Comet, 7 Feb. 98; Zisicl. lJiine,99; 
Capt. 21 Aug. 1300 ; Jtfi^'or, 13 Oct. 08 ; JAeut.^CoL 1 Aug. 11 ; CoL 6Not. 
17; Mqfar-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Oen. 28 June, 38; CoL 8fd Dra- 
goons, 8 Nov. 9&, 

Lieut.'Cohnds,'-9WBi Sir Joseph ThaekweD,' K.C.B. it K.H. Camei,*f» Apr. 
00; Xieitf. 13 June, 01; Cap^ pO April, 07 ; Xqfor, 18 June, 15; Brevet" 
Lieut,"Col. 21 June, 17 ; Begtl.- Lieut, -^M, 15 June, 20 ; CM. 10 Jan. 37. 

MichaelWhite,*C0ntef,i»15Aug.O4; Xmu^. p 14 May, 05 ; Cani. p7 Not.16; 
Brevet'Mc^or, 10 Jan. 37 ; Regtl-Mtff&r, 4 Jan. 30 ; Lleut.^CeH. p 13 Dee. SO. 

ilf^'oTf.— Oeo. Henry Lockwood, C<Fmet, p 10 Mar. 25; Lieut. PlO Aug. 26; 
Ci^. P 78ept 32; Mqfar, 6 March, 39. 

Geo. Alex. Malcolm, Cotim^, p 31 Dec25; Lieut. P7 Jime27; Ciip#.P30Dec. 
81 ; M(0orf p 13 Dec. 30. 



Full 
Psjr. 



33 
36 
15 
13 



15 
31 
27 
27 
14 


20 
13 

7 

16 

7 

11 

13 

13 

12 

9 

10 

11 

7 

6 

6 

6 

4 

6 

4 

6 

3 

3 

3 
8 
3 
6 
1 
1 
1 



Half 
P»y. 



1* 




































Captains. 

Chas. W. Morley Balders 

Henry Bond* 

John Tritton* 

T^niliam Whitf^ ... 
John Wm. Terbury 
John Rich. Blagden Hale 
John Bloomfleld Qough . . 

Meyrick Jones 

R. Algernon Smith 

LlBUTSKANTa. 

John Edward Dyer, B.M. 

Walter Unett 

John Edward Codd .... 

Samuel Fisher' 

Wm. Howe Hadlleld. . . . 

George Newton 

John Bose Holden Rose 
Geoige Forbes 



CORKBT. 



P 10 Not. 25 

p 25 May 09 

14 Jan. 18 

28 May 12 

P 12 Dee. 96 

P 7 June 31 

24 Feb. 90 

P 1 Mar. 27 

P 5 July 33 



LIBUT. 



26 May 25 
P 23 Aug. 83 
P 21 July 26 

16 June 27 

25 Oct. 27 

IMay 28 

P 19 July 31 

10 Dec 30 
W. B. Fits Edward BamesI 19 Nov. 20 

P 6Sept.33 
P 6 June 34 
P 18 July 34 
P 16 Jan. 35 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P28Feb. 34 
P 16 July 36 
P22May 35 
P 26 May 37 
July 37 



Jamss Martin.. ...•••. . 
Edwud Geo. Swinton . . 

James Cowell 

Rich. Tho. Montgomery 

Rich. A. Moore 

Son. Charles Powys. . . . 

JohnWyld 

James White 

Hugh H. Bradsliaw . . . . 
Jolm Sullivan 

CO&VBTS. 

Henry Wood 

Edmmid Roche 

George Cookes 

Georse Gladstone 

Charies Bowles 

Hon. Alfred A. Harbord 
Alfred Fisher 



P 10 July 37 
P 11 July 37 
P 14 July 37 
19 Dee. 34 
P 16 Aug. 39 
P 20 Sept. 39 
P28 Nov. 89 



P25NOV.28 

I Mar. 11 

14 Aug. 16 

I Aug. 14 

P 5 July 88 

P 16 May 84 

P lOet 26 

P 81 Dee. 80 

P 22 Voy. 36 

21 Dec. 26 
P 31 Mar. 37 
P27Aprti27 
P 16 Aug. 31 
P 20 Sept. 31 
P 17 Aug. 32 
P It Jan. 83 

16 Ffeb. 34 
P 24 July 85 
P 11 Mar. 86 

7 Oct. 36 
P 17 Mar. 37 

1 July 87 
P 10 July 87 
P 1 July 36 

6 Mar. 30 

17 Apr. 39 
PlSDee. 39 
31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIK. 



P 15 July 86 
P 6 May 24 

70et. 861 
80Juiie 87 

1 July 87 
p 10 July 87 
P 1 Aug.96 

6 Mar. 89 
p 13 Dee. 39 



BEBY.-XAJ. 



98 June 98 



pftlCBteOalkU* 
Mr 



la dM 



Ttml Almilghw» n 
•r ConnuK 

«rtS»«adUte 
iMaU, laelodiiv tk« UMm ttVtt- 

emntntnMtt 
peliow. fHh. SMh. »*K 
Jolyi WaetedaorrMBprt 
ISlh to dM tin 0«L. wbM tt 
Stvcdt tatO* or Ortbn* ttkU at 
Tkitc*. •ndtatttoorTMlooMite. 

or 
t 

th« mtit ihoaMOT at Vltloda. aai 
MTtrelj wounded at Watoriw (Idl 



) 
te liiMiiHi a avw* of Mftanrt 

S Cot. Whil* Mnrcd at tho I 
«r Ummm tm ISIT, an 

iaouBpalgwariSI7 

4 Mia- Boad oorvod at tho taklat «f 
AqluiaOatahlBlSlSi tto MaknUi 

or ISir aad iSt MS •( 
kilSH. 



Ml 




||SiraaSlSiairi*o 
6 Otpl* Whilo 

IIIM 
eaylareor 
t UmL Plihor aorvoS at 

8 OopCConoiek 
•kaDdoal 

IStfl to S«p«. ISIS. 

9 Dr. Hcadonoa wrvfd at Sbe 



!■ ISIO 1 tvo foan la tho 
|Sho wholo of tho BatBoaao a 

26 9A I PoymoKir.HP ^Bdward Conniek,* 24 Jan. 28; Conut, 4Dec.06; Xlsii^. 26 

Sept. 07; Capt. 23 Sept 13. 
8 ii4^ti^iifi«.-^ohn SuUivan, (Xlim^.) 9 July, 87. 
6 QuarieT'Maeter. — Hiodbs Adams, 20 June, 34. 

31 Surgetm.'^MB, Henderson,' M.D. 20 April,26; Amet.'Swrgton, 22 Maich* 10; 

Jffoep.'-AMiet. 6 Aug. 00. 
Amietmfi'Swyiaiu.'^-Oeo. Knox, 28 June, 26 ; HoepUal-Aeeid. 25 Dee. 16. 
Arthur Wood, M.D. 19 Vm. 26; BoepUat-AeeUt. 22 Dee. 26w 
11 Feferifuiry 8urifeon.—QBOTge Bdlln, 17 Dec. 29. 
Scarlet— Fodii^ Blue.— uiosiiif , Measrs. Cox & Co. 
Loid Cb«. Mmmii Mfft«d ciM empifitt «f IMS la 8f«la, locladlac tlw mtalfT BiwamnMi at 




Hla LordildB Mrrad toh w ^ yw iUy ia lh« Psnhitwia, sad has rsMivad a atdal sad two rlaupa 
Vlttorla, aaa Toaloaw. 

130 



Istb* 



"wmST] 4tt {or Qtuen't Own) Be gt. Light Dragoons. [«C1L!SJU 
"Talavbea" ** Albuhbba" '* Salamanca" "Vittoria''"Touloubb'' **Pbhih8ula." 



Y«n'8«rT. 



48 



PtaU 



83 
21 

30 

88 



3 



Half 
Pfcy. 





4 



ii 



21 
24 
14 
21 


J 




16 





24 


a 


16 





14 





29 





20 





13 
IS 





12 





7 





7 





6 





8 





6 





6 





6 





9 
5 


"^ 


6 





5 





4 





3 





8 





2 





2 





2 





2 


























83 


4i 


18 





19 
83 


"J 



Ctftowrf 
9 m Lord Robt. Bdw. Henry Somenet,' G.C.B. Cornet^ 4 Feb. 1793 ; Lieut. 

4 Dec. 08 ; Copt. 88 Aug. 94 ; 3£qfar, 21 Kov. 90 ; Lieut.-Col 25 Dec. 1800 ; 

Cohnd, 25 July^ 10 ; Mqfar^Gen. 4 June, 18 ; Lieui.-Gen. 27 Hay, 35 ', Col, 

4th Dragoons, 31 Mar. 36. 
Lieui,'Col&Hel$,'-9 William Fendall,' Comet, 39 Sept. 08 ; Lieut, 3 Oct 00 ; 

Capt. P 3 Feb. 30 ; Mqfor, 3 June, 25 -, Liewt.'Col. p 34 Dec. 33. 
John Beott, C.B. Corfw#, p 4 Hay, 16; Lieut. p36 Oct. 15; Cop^. p 38 June, 31 ; 

Mqfor, P9 Nor. 36 ; Lieut.-Col. 31 Aug. 30. 
Mt^ors.'^lt SB William Havelock,* K. H. Bne. 13 July, 10; Lieut. 13 Hay, 

13; Caj7«. P 19 Feb. 18 ; Ifi^'or, p 31 Dec. 30. 
9 FnuDennot Daly,« ^n#.6Dec.ll; linc^. 36 Not. 13 ; Go^^ 36 June, 34 ; 

Mqjor, P27 Oct. 36; Brev.-Lieut.-Col. 83 July 39. 



Captains. 

Hareonrt Master 

William Parlby 

Alex. Houstoun 

Sir Keith A. Jackson, JBt. 
Bertram Newton Ogle . . 
Chas. Lush. Cumberlege 

John Harrison 

Edward Scott 

Geoige Oardine Shaw' . . 

LlBUTBlTANTS. 

Arch. Bdm. Bromwich . . 
Richard Fra. Poore .... 

Thomas Lloyd 

Oeoige Chas. Dalfaiiac. . . . 
J. H. T. Warde, R.H. . . . 
Bob.DennistownCampbell 

Philip Kemp 

Francis Fred. Janyrin .. 

Thomas Wm. Geils 

J. T. Douglas HaUtett . . 

Arthur Scudamore 

Edward Inge 

Alexander Low ........ 

WUliam Drysdale 

W. W. W. Humbley 

Jos. Rogers J. Coles .... 

John F. Fits Qerald 

John August. Todd 

R. Buckley Prettqjohn . . 

COBNBTS. 

Wm. Aug. Hyder 

Hen. Fred. Hodson .... 

Martin Kirwan 

Qeo. Edw. Campion .... 
Algernon Q. Brenchley . . 

Tho. John Francis 

Frederick Pipon 

William Kingston Fraser 



CORNBT. 



P30 July 18 
P 3 Oct. 16 
P 4 Dec. 33 
P 3 Dec. 19 
P 10 Aug. 36 
P 13 Dec. 16 

36 June 34 
P38Dec. 86 
P30May 11 

17 Feb. 30 
P28July 24 
P 15 Mar. 87 

31 July 88 
P31 June 33 
P82 0ct. 33 
P23 Aug. 34 
P83Mar. 32 
P 38 Not. 34 
PSSJan. 35 
P 20 May 35 

11 Mar. 13 
P 3 Oct. 35 
P SO Dec. 35 

37 Mar. 35 
P 8 Sept. 36 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P 28 April 37 
P83Feb. 38 

P 6 July 38 
P 14 Sept. 38 
P 33 Nov. 38 
P38Mar.30 
p89Mar.39 
p 14 June 39 
Pl5 June39 



lilEUT. 



CAPTAIir. 



BBBY.-MAJ. 



88 June 38 



p 17 Sept. 86 
P 28 Sept. 26 
P 12 Dec. 36 
P31 Dec. 30 
P84Dec. 38 
8 Oct. 34 
P87 0ct. 36 
P31 Aug. 38 
31 Hay 30 



t CoL Foidan wrrtd In llw 
loauU from liOS to lb* end of tb* 
war, Ineladlas tho bottlot of Alfea* 
hen, Vtttn, yittorta, aqd To«> 



P 6 Mar. 83 
P 6 May 84 
P 10 Not. 36 
P 10 Dec. 33 
P 14 Dec. 86 
P80July 10 

18 Aug. 35 
P 8 June 30 

81 Dec. 13 

18 Aug. 36 
P 3 Dec. 86 
P 18 Oct. 30 

10 May 31 
P38May 35 
P87Mar. 35 
P 3 Sept. 36 
3 June 35 
P 38 April 37 
6 July 87 

18 Feb. 38 

10 Mar. 14 
P 6 July 38 
Pdl Aug. 38 

15 Dec. 38 
P82Mar.d9 

31 May 39 
P 14 June 39 
PlSOct. 39 



7 Dr. FmtoB torvcd la tiio PcnlmiiU tnm Ju. 
1800 to AprU 1811. iaeludii^ th« haMm of ■«ir^««««, 
•Dd alfls* of Bui|ot| iimii at Qlwira Biw aai Ws. 
torloo. 



S imor HftTdoek mttoS ti tb* 
PonlamU from Juljr 1810 to the cni 
of tho war. taelttdtaf the batUm of 



Vittorlai crooabif tho BMaiina ; 
batUo or mvellei aflUft Mar 
Bajoaaot battlaa of Ortbat tmi 
TVwlouaoi wo— <<< at Qvalro Biaa. 

« CoL Daljr Mrrcd tho caai^ 
PBifna of 181S and 14 la tb« Pcabai. 
aula, and waa womidad at Bbyoime f 
■arved alM la tba Amariaan waty 
aad waa eafaffcd at tba skfo aaik 
battia of PlatUburfb. 

ft Capt Ibaw Martd at tha alatf 
ot Hattnai. and la tba Mahtana 
flnq«lgaa of 1817 aad li. 

6 Uoal. (Qaaftar-Maatar) Croai 
aarrad ia tba Amariaaa war. 



Pl8 0ct. 39 
Paymaeter, — Henry Heyman, 30 Aug. 33 ; Comity 30 Aug. 07 $ lAeui. 1 July, 

00; Oip/. 84 June, 83. 
jlifMni/.— Thomas lioyd, (Lieut.) 6 Sept. 36. 

Quarter-Maater.'-'Oeo. H. Croad,' 8 Jan. 30 ; Bne. 30 Not. 00 ; Lieut. 14 Nor. 1 1 . 
Swraeon.--^ iS Dayid Perston/ H.D. 17 Feb. 86; Astitt.-Surg. 1 Feb. 10; 

Ho9p.'Attiet. 10 Oct. 08. 
iisrif^.-^ur^tf.— John Stewart Grares, 38 Sept. 36 ; Hotp.-Astitt, 38 Feb. 36. 

Nelson Dartnell, 4 Dec. 33. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Byrne, 14 Dec. 38. 
Searit^^Paeingt Qreein.^-^Agentf Hessrs. Hopkinson, Barton k Knyrett. 

I Load Bdwaid Somaraot aarrad aa tha aspadltloa to tiba Haldar ia ITW^ aa aida-da-eaaip to R. R. B. tba Dakr ef 
Talk, aad waapmtattha bat«aa af Iba Itlh Sapl., lad aad fCh Oel^ Sarrad to tha oampalgaa la Iba Poatawata hi 
arilM4» Prapinaa. (iartadlai tfca batth of Tblcvaia. tbaeafalryaaCloaatUaasic*aadtbateltlaaori 
) aain ha nbbibud iba taab.af ll^}or.OaaaiaI la IBlti from tfiat parted tiU tba cad of tba 
Ihi HaaMT Brigada, with wbloh ha waa piaaaat al Ortbaa aad Taatooaa. Sarrad at tba balOa of Watatlao la aom- 
oTtbe Boaaahold Brigada of Caralry. aad Babaaqaaatty vpoa tha Staff of tba Anj of Oeaapatlaa ia Piaaoa aalU Ha 
maca to larlaad. Bia loidMp hM iMalrad a aiaoi aad oaa claap ibr Talavara. Salaauaca. Tlttoria, Ortbaa. aad T^loaM. 
131 





6ih (or InmskUHnff) Regiment of Dragoons, 



« WATERLOO." 



YMn'8«nr. 


68 


FoU 


Half 


P.J. 


PV. 


20 





16 





16 


6A 


16 





14 





13 





Id 





11 





S6 

















10 





8 





d 











e 





3 





3 





3 





8 





3 





16 


A 


9 





11 





33 





10 






CaUna. 
9 Hon, Sir WOliam Lumley,* O.C.B. Comet, 84 Oct. 1787 ; lAeui, 19 May 90 ; 
Capt. 4 Dec. 03 ; Mqfor, 10 Mar. 06 ; Lieui.-Col. 86 May, 06 ; Col. 80 April, 
1808; Mqjor^Gtn. 86 Oct. 00; Xieu^.-Gm. 4 June, 14; Qen, 10 Jan. 97; 
Col, 6th Dragoons, 3 Not. 37. 

Lieui.'ColoMl, 
9 Jeremiah RatcUffe* K.H. Comtty^W April, 11 ; Liefd. 11 March, 18; Oxpt, 
88 Feb. 87 ; Mqjor^ P 87 July, 38 ; Lieut.-Col. p June, 38. 

Mqjor. 
Raymond White, Cornet^ P14 Oct 84; Lieut. P88 July, 86; Copt. P84 April, 
28; Af(r|/or,POJune,38. 



CAPTAIlia. 

WUloughby Moore 

Frederick Wollaston . . . 

Henry Crichton 

Robt. Donglaa Harbor . 
William Arkwright ... 
Thoa. Westropp M'Mahon 

LlBUTBllAirTS. 

William Armstrong, R.M. 
Fra. Ed. Winning. Ingram 
Frederick Thompaon .... 

Herbert Mantel 

Merryn Archdall 

John Kingston James .... 

H. J. Denny 

Tonman Moaley 

Edward S. May 

James King 

Hen. Daliymple White. . 

CORNBTS. 

James Daridson 

James C. Strode 



CORNBT. 



P 7 Sept. 80 
P 88 July 86 
P 8April86 
P 16 Mar. 87 
P84Jnly 88 
84 Dec 80 



88 June 14 
83 Aug. 31 

8 Dec. 31 
11 June 30 

Mar. 38 
14 Dec. 38 

7 June 31 
88 Dec. 32 

4 May 37 

6 May 37 
11 May 38 



P 9 June 38 
P 84 Mar. 37 



LIEUT. 



17 July 23 

10 June 26 
19 July 27 

April 20 
26 June 30 

8 Dec. 31 

29 May 17 

87 July 38 

1 Not. 33 
1 Jan. 34 

9 Jan. 36 
17 April 86 

88 May 36 
83 Jan. 36 

11 May 38 
9 June 38 
8 Feb. 30 



CAPTAIW. 



P 4 Mar. 86 
P83 Aug. 31 
P 1 Not. 33 
P 88 April 87 
PU May 38 
p June 38 



BRBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



Paifnuuter, — Hen. Fowler Mackay, 1 Not. 31; Comet, June, 26 ; Lieut, IS 

Jan. 26 ; Copt, 18 Feb. 80. 

A4futant.-^U, J. Denny, (Lieut.) 18 July, 84. 

Quarter^Maeter.-^9BBi Frederick McDowell,' 10 Dec. 80. 

Surgeon.'^WWiam Dannt,^ M.D. 18 May, 14 ; Astitt.-Surg. 8 Mar. 08 ; Hotp.- 
Aeeist. 18 Sept 07. 

Aeeitt,-Swrg,'''Cbealee R. Boyes, M.D. 88 Not. 86 ; Hoep,'A$eiet. 17 Aug. 86. 

Veterimtrif Surffoom, — Herbert Hallen, 8 Aug. 30. 

Scarlet-^ JPacin^ Yellow.-— il^en^, Messrs. Cox k. Co. — Irieh Affent, Messn. Borough, 

Armlt k, Co. 

[Returned from France, November, 1818.] 



1 Sir WniiuD LatDUj waa rnnnlj womdsd throafb tlM takle joint at Antrtin, 7tli Jium^ 17B8, sad pi«- 

HTUlttoi ootnouuided Um SSd Dragoom la Egypt; ar- 
•rtea, aiMl bm rtcdwd « oMdsI for Albobcm. 
Mil to ths Md of tbs war, ladadbif tho tettlM of 



wrrfd tiM town from bolng borat bj the rebels. Sir WUltsoi commMided tbo SSd Dragooos la Egypt ; 
eom]Malod tbo npodltkn hem the Capo to Sooth AoMrtea, aiid hat racdvod o nodal for Alboboro. 



t CoL BatcUflb tanrtd In tbo FanloMila from J 
flolamaiira, Vlttoria* ryriiian. aad TooIoom. 

$ Quartor Master M 'DowtU raeolTtd a •ovora tabrt wound in th« hoad on tho ISIh Juno at Walorloo. 

4 Dr. Daant Mttod at Iho cnptnro of Madtifa in 1807, aad of M artlolqao ia 1800. Sorrod alao te tho 
Bormwi « 

138 



£?vi;^'i^'':] 1th {or Queen's own) jRefft Lt Dragoons {Hussars.) [^Jj" 



'' PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



Veaw'Serv. 



47 



FuU 
Pay. 



17 



16 



14 
12 
10 
10 
8 
8 



11 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 



5 
4 
3 
3 
3 

27 

11 
1 



Half 
Pay. 





4A 


































Colonel. 
9 SH Henry William, 3fflrg«M of Anglesey,* K.G. G.C.B. G.C.H. Lieut.-Col. 
12 Sept. 1793 ; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Mt^or-Om. 29 April, 1802; Lieut.-Gen. 26 
April, 08; Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Col. 7th Hiwsare, 16 May, 01. 

* 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
John James Whyte, Cornet^ p21 Aug. 23 ; Lieut. p22 Dec. 25 ; Capt. p 31 Dec. 
27 ; MqjOTy P5 April, 83; Lieui.-Col. P21 Oct. 37. 

Me^or. 
Arthur Waiiam Biggs, Comet, p29 July, 24; Lieut. HI Feb. 26; Capt. p 14 
May, 29 ; M<^or, p 21 Oct. 37. 



Captains. 
Thos. Edm. Campbell . . 

Hon. Henry Cole 

Arthur Shirley 

Qervase P. Bushe 

Charles Hagart 

Henry John Sutton .... 

Lieutenants. 
9 ^^ Thomas Paterson ^ 

William Orasett 

Albany B. Savile 

Robert James 

Fred. Thos. Farquharson 
Charles Hen. Wyndham 
Thos. Hen. Preston .... 
Hugh Joceline Percy .... 

CORNBTS. 

R. Bishop, R.M 

Albert Helyar ^ . . . 

Qeo. Fred. Wm. Miles . . 
James Macaul Hagart . . 
Hon. W. H. Stap. Cotton 



CO&NBT. 



P30 June25 
P 17 Jan. 28 
P31 Aug. 30 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 15 June 32 
P 1 Feb. 33 



P 10 Dec. 29 
P 6 Apr. 33 
P31 May 33 
P21 Mar. 34 
P 12 Aug. 34 
P 9 Jan. 35 
P 25 Dec. 35 
p 22 Jan. 36 



16 Oct. 85 
P 15 July 36 
P 14 Apr. 37 
P 26 May 87 
P21 Oct. 37 



LIBUT. 



P 18 May 26 
P 12 Feb. 30 
P 1 Feb. 33 
P 26 Sept. 26 
P12 Aug. 34 
P 9 Jan. 35 



15 Mar. 33 
P25Dec. 35 
P22Jan. 36 
P 15 July 36 
P 14 Apr. 37 
P 26 May 37 
P21 Oct. 37 
P 16 Mar. 38 



CAPTAIN. 



P 17 Feb. 32 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P 15 July 36 
P21 Sept. 32 
P21 Oct. 37 
P 16 Mar. 38 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Paymatter. — Charles M'Carty, 2 Nov. 80; Quarter-Masterj 14 May, 12; 
Comet, 11 March, 13 ; Lieut. 20 Jan. 14; Capt. 14 Dec. 26. 

A4futant.—lf IB Thomas Paterson, (Lieut.) 10 Dec. 29. 

QuarteT'Afatter. — Henry Humphrys, 22 Feb. 39. 

Surgeon, — James Low Warren, M.D. 17 April, 38; Astitt.-Surg. 19 Feb. 24', 
Hoep.'AssiKt. 1 Feb. 16. 

Attiitani'8wrgeon.--l!hsmBB Beavan, 28 Sept. 26; Hotp.-Asgist. 10 Nov. 25. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Qeoige Johnston, 26 May, 37. 

Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 



1 Lord AngleMy has receWcd a medal for Sabaguo and Benerente, kc. Lost a l«g at Waterloo. 

2 Ueat. IHtteraon serred In the Peninsula, from Oct. 1819 to the end of the war, including the battlei of 
the Nive, 0th and 18th Dec. (wounded), Salvatore, Orthet, Aire and Toulouae. Served aleo at Waterloo. 

133 E 



8^A {or King's Royal Irish) Regiment of LiglU Dragoons — {Hussars.) 



r«an' Senr 



46 



Full 



24 



Half 
l»«y. 



Harp and Crown. ** PrisHn<B virhtth wi«»u>ref."— " LESWARREE" — 

" HINDOOSTAN." 



15 





13 





13 





10 





8 





13 





7 





7 





7 





9 





6 





12 





6 





6 





3 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





32 


3 


6 





1 





24 


1 


13 





20 


1« 



Colonel. 
9 S2A Sir Joseph Straton,* C.B. 8c K.C.H. Cometj Dec. 1794 ; Lieut. 2 Dec. 
95 ; Capt. 2 March, 97 ; M({jor, 14 Aug. 1801 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 Feb. 08 ; Col. 
4 June, 14; M^jor-Oen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. 8th 
HuBsars, 24 Aug. 1830. 

Lieui.'Colonel. 
Hon. George Berkeley Molyneux, Comet, p3 May, 15; Lieut. p12 Sept. 10; 
Capt. P 1 1 April, 22 ; Mqfor, p 28 Sept. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. p 31 Dec. 27. 

Mqjor. 
James MacCall, Comet; p23 June 25 : Lieut, p 17 Oct. 20; Capt. p3 Aug. 30 ; 
Af^yor, P31 Jan. 40. 



Captains. 

Jas. Harrison Cholmeley 
Frederick Geo. Shewell . . 

Rodolph de Sails 

Thos. Wm. Selby Lowndes 
Hon. Rich. Howe Browne 
Magnus G. Laing Meason 

LlBUTBHAMTS. 

Joseph Reilly, R.M 

Edward Most3m 

George J. Huband 

George Brown 

Henry Rowles 

Carrington Smythe .... 
Cha. Joseph Longmore . . 
Fleet. Thos. Hugh Wilson 

J. Craven Garden 

Hon. Jas. Sandilands .... 



CORNET. 



P 23 Aug. 27 
p 28 Aug. 27 
P17 Dec. 30 
p 15 June 32 
P 6 Not. 27 
P 28 June 33 



P26 Apr. 33 
p 12 July 33 
P 9 Aug. 31 
P28Mar. 34 
P 9 Sept. 28 
P 3 Apr. 35 
P30 May 34 
P 5 May 37 
p 13 July 38 
P 2 Mar. 39 



Pl7Sept.S0 
P15 Not. 39 
Pdl Jan. 40 



LIEUT. 



P 17 Dec. 30 
6 Sept. 31 
P 28 June 33 
P 12 July 33 
P 10 Aug. 32 
P 13 Feb. 35 



27 Mar. 34 

P 3 Apr. 35 

3 Oct. 34 

31 Mar. 37 
P Aug. 33 
P 13 July 38 
P17 Aug. 38 
p 17 Sept. 39 
P 15 Not. 39 
P31Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P13 
P28 
P13 
P 2 
P15 
P3l 



Feb. 35 
Apr. 37 
July 38 
Mar. 39 
Not. 39 
Jan. 40 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Cornets. 
Arth. Jas. Lord Killeen 
Wm. Henry Cooper .... 
Alex.Cruikshank lindsay 

Paynuuter.^-John Gibson Whitaker, Jan. 17 ; Comet, March. 05 ; Lieut. 31 

Oct. 06. 
A4futant.—Qeorge Brown, (Lieut.) 3 Feb. 37. 

Quarier^Master. — James Landers, 29 Not. 39. 

Surgeon, — John Sqnair, M.D. 3 March, 37; Attitt.-Surg. 30 Jane, 85 ; Hotp.- 

Aititt. 10 June, 15. 
Assittant'Surgeon.—Tho. Coke Gaulter, M.D. 29 July. 30 ; Hosp.-Asriet. 22 

Mar. 27. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Lawrence Bird, 20 June, 00. 

Bine. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. ; Irish Agents, Borongh, Annit & Co. 
[Retumedfrom the Bast Indies, May, 1823.] 



1 Sir Joseph SlratoQ aocompuiled his ragtmcnl, ths ISIh Dimvoona, to th* PmUmila, la 1610, w! 
t^nvA thren jean. Sir Joteph was woonded st Waterloo, where he oommanded the 6th Dragoons, 
Wm. Ponioobj fell, when the eonunaiid of a Brigade devolved on him. 

134 



here be 
Ul Sir 



9/A {or the QaeeiCs Royal) Regiment of Light Dragomis — {Lancers), 



" PENINSULA." 



Yean* Senr. 



45 



Pull 
Pay. 



20 



33 



18 

15 

14 

9 

8 
7 



13 
9 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 



2 
1 
1 

31 

13 

2 

3G 

15 
11 



Half 
P.y. 



1* 





























m 









ColoneL 
9 98A James Wallace Sleigh/ C.B., Comet, Feb. 95 ; lAeut. 29 Apr. 95 ; 
Capi. 25 Oct. 98 ; Mqjor, 14 June, 05 ; Lieut.-Col 14 Dec. 09; Col. 12 Aug. 
19; Mqjor-Gen, 22 July, 30; Col 9th Lancera, 24 Aug. 39. 

Lieut.' Colonel, 
James Alex. Barl of Rosslyn, Comet, p 25 Veh. 19 ; Lieut. p9 July, 20 ; Capt. 
P 25 March, 23 ; Mq^or, p 12 Dec. 26 ; Lieut,'Col. p 31 Dec. 27. 

Mqjor. 
Alexander Campbell,' K.H., Comet, 24 Aug. 06; Lieut. p4 Sept. 06; Capt. 
P13 Aug. 12; M<^or, p9 Aug. 21 ; Brevet-Lieut.-CoL 16 July, 30. 



Captains. 

James Alex. Fullerton . . 
Arthur Chas. Williams . . 

J. Hope Grant 

Archibald Little 

Thos. Palmer Whalley . . 
Andrew Spottiswoode . . 

Lieutenants. 

Robert Cooke^ 

J. N. Macartney, R.M. . . 
John Anstnither Thomson 
John Wm. Oooch Spicer 
Frederick James Isacke . . 
Fra. Digby Willoughby . . 
Kingsnull Manley Power 
Phillip Haughton Clarke 
John Sutherland 



CORNET. 



P 1 Aug. 
P 16 June 
P 29 Aug. 
P 4 Oct. 
P 4 May 
P 10 May 



22 
25 
26 
31 
32 
33 



Cornets. 

Gilbert«T. Nicholson . . . 
J. Edward Madocks . . . 
Hon. Brownlow C. Berbie 
Eustace Arkwright 



P27 Apra27 
p 10 May 31 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 29 April 36 
P 2 Sept. 36 
P16 Sept. 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 5 May 37 
P17 Nov. 37 



p 9 Feb. 38 
p 17 Aug. 38 
Pll Oct. 39 
P 31 Jan. 40 



LIEUT. 



P 30 Dec. 24 
P 20 Aug. 26 
P 26 Feb. 28 
P31 Aug. 32 
P 12 April 33 
P29 April 36 



5 AprU 31 
Pll April 34 
P24Feb. 37 
P 5 May 37 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P 9 Feb. 38 
p 17 Aug. 38 
Pll Oct. 39 
P31Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P 19 Sept. 26 
P 5 July 31 
P29 May 35 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 17 Aug. 38 
Pll Oct. 39 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Paynuuter.—9 ^^ Henry Knight, 2 July, 05. 

^<{/ufan^.— Robert Cooke, (Lieut.) 27 April, 27. 

Quarter-Master. — J. C. Williamson, 17 Aug. 38. 

Surgeon. — Anth. Ceesar Colclough,^ 14 April, 13; Auist.-Surg. 11 Nov. 02. 

Assistant'Surg. — ^Wm. Irwin Breslin, 8 March, 27 ; Hosp.-Assigt. 9 Feb. 26. 

Veterinary Surgeon., — James Robertson, 24 Sept. 29. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agent, Mr. Collyer. 
[Bctumed from Portugal, May, 1813.] 

1 General Sleigh senrcd in Flanders in 1705 ; In the actions in North Holland and the Holder, 10th and 
ISHh Sept., and 2d and 6th Oct. 1790. In the Peninsula in 1811 and 12. Commanded the 11th Dragoons at 
Wati^rloQ, towards the close of which the command of the 4tb Brigade dcToIyed on him. In 1810 he ac- 
companied his regiment to India, and commanded the Cavalry division at the siege of Bhartpore in 1820&8. 

3 Col. Campbell was present at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806, and served subseqnentlj 
in the East Indies. 

4 Lieut. Cooke's services :— expedition to South America, and siege of Buenos Ayres. Expedition to 
Walcberen and siege of Flushing. 

4 Ht. Colclough served in the Mahratta war from Aug. 1812 to Dec. 1813; Kandlan campaign of 1815, 
inclading the capture of Kandy in the island of Ceylon. Deccan campaigns of 1818 and 10, including the 
•tonn and capture of Capaul Droog. 
135 



I 

10/A {or Prince of Wahis own) Royal Regt of Light Dragootis (Hussars.) 



« PENINSULA."—" WATERLOO." 



Vean' Serr. 


46 


Pull 


Half 


P»y. 


Pay. 


21 


10ft 


27 





17 





11 





11 











9 





9 





12 





7 





6 





K 





6 





5 





5 





3 





5 





2 





2 





2 





1 





24 


A 


1 





18 


3ft 


29 





8 






CoUmeh 
9 Charles W. Marq. of Londonderry,* O.G.B. G.C.H., JESnit^, 11 Oct 1794 ; 
Lieut. 30 Oct. 94 ; Capt. 12 Nov. 94 -, Mqjor, 31 July, 95 j Lieut,'Col, 
1 Jan. 97; Col4mel, 26 Sept, 1803; Mqjar-Gen, 26 July, 10; Lieut.-Oen. 
4 June, 14 ; Oen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Col 10th Hussars, 3 Feb. 20. 

Lieui,-Colonel, 
9 Caa John Yandeleur,* r&9in^, 6 July, 00; Lieut. 90 May 11; Capt. P88 
Feb. 22; Mqjar, Pi Oct 26; Lieut.-Col. p18 Dec. 27. 

Jifqjor. 
«a J. C. Wallington," Cornet^ p21 Oct 13; Lieut. P27 Dec. 14; Cap*. Pl6 
Dec. 24 ; Mqfar, p6 April, 33. 



Captains. 

Oeorge Lister Lister Kaye 
Henry Fred. Bonham 

John Rowley 

Geo. A. F. Quentin . 
Edw. D. C. HUliard . 
Sir J. Gardiner Baird, Bt. 

LlBUTEWANTS. 

Matt M'Donough, R.M. 
William G. Cavendish . . 

William Tomline 

Newcombc E. Blackall . . 
Rob. Blucher Wood .... 

Arthur W. Williams 

John Long 

Robert Edw. Ward 

Andrew Cathcart 

Henry Edward Surtees . . 

CORNBTS. 

JohnWUkie 

Lard G. A. Beauclerk 



CORNET. 



P25Mar. 23 
P22 May 29 
P 3 Dec. 29 
p 14 June 31 
P 19 July 31 
P16 Aug. 31 



6 Mar. 28 
P30 Aug. 33 
P 2 May 34 
P 1 Feb. 33 
PdO Dec. 34 
P24Ju]y 35 
P21 Aug. 35 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P26Jan. 36 
P2dFeb. 38 



Pll May 38 
P28 Aug. 38 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P14 April 26 
P 14 June 31 
P 19 July 31 
P 1 June 32 
P 6April3d 
P90 Aug. 33 



P24 
P16 
P21 
P12 
P 1 
P20 



P 14 Dec. 32 
P 30 Dec. 34 
P 24 July 36 
P21 Aug. 35 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
Pll May 38 
P28 Aug. 38 
P 6 April 39 
P20Septd9 



Aug. 26 
May 34 
Aug. 35 
Feb. 36 
Dec. 37 
Sept 39 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



George Webb I 28 June 99 

Paynuuter.—^ Samuel Wells,^ 26 June, 26; Comet, 8 Feb. 16; Lieut. 90 Dec. 19. 

A4futant.-'QeOTge Webb, 20 Sept 39. 

Quarter-Maeter.-'jBmeB Creighton M'Clellan,* 28 Jan. 10. 

Surgeon.— 9 Wm. Reynolds Rogers,' 9 Aug. 26; Atsiit.-Surg. 7 Not. 11 ; Hoep.- 

^4nf^. 22 Aug. II. 
Ainstttni'Surgeon.'-Vfm. Stewart, 28 Sept 20; Hosp.'Astist. 24 Not. 26. 
Veterinary Sutgeon. — John Gloeg, 29 June, 32. 

Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
IBetumedfrom Portugal, March, 1828.] 

1 Lord Londoodeny has receiTed a citMs and one daap for Sahapin and Benevcnte^ TalaTera, Biuaeoi 
Pu«nt«s d'Onor» and Bad^oi, and waa tererely woandad In the head bj a muaket-bidl In HoUaBd. 10th 
Oct. 17V0. 

3 UeuU-Ool. Vandeleur waa mtenlj wounded at PuentM d'Onor. 

8 M^|ur WalllnRton terred at Waterloo on the 17th and 18th June. 

4 Paymaster Well* aerred at Sahagun, Mayorca, Benerente and Conmna; and nbeequently to the 
Peninsula from 1619 to the end of the war. Including the battles of Morallea, Vtttorta, J^yreoeea* Orthea, 
Tarbes and Toulouse. 

ft Quarter-Master If 'Oelbm serred throughout the eampai«ns of 1818 and 14 on the Nlagam Prontieta, 
Including the action before Fort George, Blackrock, BullUo, Chippewa, Lundy's Lane, Niagara, beibra Von 
Erie, Cook's Hills, and pass of Grand Eiver. RMeived a contuaioo in the head by a rauaket abot ni the 
moment of paiaing through the enemy's Une in the chaige at Chtjipewa, 4th July, 1814. 

A Dr. Rogers serred in the Peninsula from Jan. 1818 to the end of the war, iodadiag tha •cCloa «l 
Morallea, battles of Vittorla, Py wn e e s , Orthea, and Tonlouse. 

13G 



11/A Regiment of Light Dragoam. 



Teus'Serr 



I 



The Sphinx, with the woid», " EGYPT'» — " PENINSULA" — 

« WATERLOO"—" BHURTPORE." 



53 



Full 
P»7. 



Id 

29 
33 



25 
14 
12 

7 
B 
5 

20 
4 
3 
5 
4 
3 
2 
2 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

13 

o 

»t 

6 

7 
6 



Hair 
Paj. 









t^ 



8 

















1ft 









CoUmeh 
Philip Philpot, JEn», 26 Dec. 87 ; Lieut, 23 Nov. 88 ; Capt, 10 Jan. 97 ; ATq/or, 
1 Nov, 07 ; Lieut.'Col. 24 Jan. 11 ; Col. 19 July 21 ; Mqfor-Gen. 22 July 30 } 
Col, nth Dragoons, 8 Nov. 39. 

Lieut,'Colonel, 

James Thomas JBarl of Cardigan, Comet, ^0 May, 24 ; Lieut, p 13 Jan. 26; 

Capt. P 9 June, 26 ; Mqjor, Pd Aug. 30; Lieut,'Col, 3 Dec. 30. 

Mqfort. 
9 IB James Rich. Rotton,i Comet, 27 June, 11 ; Lieut, p9 Jan. 12; Capt, 

P 18 Sept. 17 ; Mt^or, p 11 Aug. 29. 
9 Wi John Jenkins,^ Comet, 29 Jan. 07 ; Lieut, p 31 Dec. 07 ; Capt, p 22 Dec. 

14; ilfq;<w, 13 Nov. 34. 



1 



Captains. 



CORNET. 



James Tomlinson' 

Rich. Anthony Reynolds 

luigo Jones , 

John Hen. Forrest , 

John Douglas 

John Williams Reynolds 

Lieutenants. 
Wi R. Bambrick,^ R.M. 

Wm. Chas. Forrest 

Hen. Gorges Moysey .... 

Frederick Sutton 

T. Mathias Luz. Weguelin 
John Wm. Brotherton . . 
Thos. Chaloner Smith . . 
Frederick Knowles* .... 
John Cunningham 

CORNETS. 

Henry Qrimstone Hale . . 

Broadley Harrison 

William Grey Pitt 

Peter Roe 



P 6 Oct. 15 
P 19 Jan. 26 
P 8April28 
P 12 Apr. 33 
("18 June 29 
P 18 Sept 35 

14 Dec. 20 
Pll Mar. 36 
P 17 Mar. 37 
P 24 Apr. 36 
P23 Dec. 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 2 Nov. 38 

23 Nov. 38 
P 11 Jan. 39 

P 28 June 39 
Pll Oct. 39 
P22NOV. 39 
P 31 Jan. 40 



LIEUT. 



6 Nov. 

26 June 

P17 Dec. 

P 26 Dec. 

P 26 Oct. 



18 
29 
30 
36 
33 



P 2 Nov. 38 

P 12 Oct. 25 
P 5 Jan. 39 
P 11 Jan. 39 
P 13 May 36 
P 28 June 39 
P 16 Oct. 39 
P22 Nov. 39 
9 Jan. 40 
P 10 Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P 6 June 23 
P 17 Mar. 37 
P 14 Apr. 37 
Pll Oct. 39 
Pll May 39 
P 10 Jan. 40 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



28 June 38 



Paymaster. — ^Wm. Devaynes Bedford, 28 April, 37; Ejis. 6 April, 26 ; Lieut- 

31 Jan. 27. 
Adjutant. — F. Knowles, {Lieut.) 6 Jan. 39. 
Quarter-Master. — Francis Collins, 6 Feb. 1834. 

Surgeon.— B. L. Sandham, M.D. 28 July, 20; Assist.-Surg, 12 Nov. 07. 
Assist'Surgeon, — Andrew Maclean, M.D., 4 Oct. 33. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Opie Smith, 20 Feb. 36. 

Scarlet — Facings Buff. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 
{Returned from the East Indies, June 1838.] 

1 lI^)oT Rotton served in the Peninsula from April, 1818, to June, 1818, Including the battle of SaUunanca. 
Prctent at Waterloo on the 16th, 17th and 18th June. Senred alto at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

8 Mi^or Jenkins serred in the Peninsula from Hay, 1811, to the end of the war, and was engaged in front 
of Elvas ; on the banks of the Aguoda ; at Torre de Sillas ; Castnjon ; Badi^o' (wounded); upon the Dnuro 
St Salamanca; Monestero; Burgos, and Torguanada. Present at Waterloo on the 16th and 17th June. 
Served alto at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

3 M sjor Tomlinson served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

4 Ueut. Bambrick serred at Waterloo on the 18th June. Also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 
ft Lieut. Knowles served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

137 



12 th (or the Prince of Waks's) Royal Regt. of Laiicers. 
The Sphinx, with the words, « EGYPT"- " PENINSULA" — " WATERLOO. 



YeM^Serv. 


50 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 



56 


37 


2A 


35 





17 





15 





13 





13 





13 





11 





10 





B 





15 





7 





7 





7 





5 





5 





7 





2 





2 





1 





2 





29 


A 


7 





3 





19 





7 






CoUmeh 
9 Sir Henry John Cumminar,* K.C.H. C(miet, 12 May, 1790 ; Lieut, 9 Feb. 

93 ; Capt. 21 Feb. 94 ; Mi{jor, 25 Oct. 98 ; LUnU-CoL 17 Feb. 1803 ; Col, 1 

Jan. 12; M^jor-Qen. 4 June, 14; Lieut.-Gm. 22 July, 30; Col. 12th lancers, 

20 Jan. 37. 

Lieut' Colonels. 
Robert Browne Clayton,' K.C. Bm. 1 Sept. 84 ; Lieut. 30 April, 90; Capt. 81 

March, 93 ; MqjoTf 1 March, 94 : Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 98 ; Col. "Zb April, 1808 ; 

Major-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut. -Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Gen. 28 June, 38. 
9 $® Sampson Stawell,* Em. p 15 Jan. 01 ; Lieut, p 9 July, 02 ; Capt. 28 Feb. 

06 ; Brevet'Mqjor, 18 June, 15 ; Reg.-Mqjor^ 16 Sept. 19 ; L'unU.-Coil. P 1 

Oct. 25; Ca^ 28 June, 28. 

Mqjor. 
9 i9ll Alexander Barton,* K.H. Comet, p 1 Aug. 05 : Lieut. P 7 May, 07 ; Capt. 

P 17 Jan. 11 ; Breoet-Miyor, 21 Jan. 19; Reg.-Mqfor,P 19 Feb. 24; -Brew/- 

Lieut.-Col. 10 Jan. 37. 



Captains. 

Edward Yandeleur 

Edward Pole 

Edward Slvewright . . . 

Baskerville Glegg 

Hon. C. R. W. Forester 
Jonathan Childe 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas W. D. Willan . 
J. Fits R. H. L. Wellealey 
Joseph Philips, R.M. . . 
Hon. Robt. Needham . . 

Edward Morant 

W. Ueathcote Tottenham 

Thomas Bernard 

Howard J. St. Georpe . . 
Sydney Aug. Capel* .... 

Cornets. 



CORNBT. 



LIEUT. 



22 Sept. 23 
P 7 July 25 
P 9 Aug. 27 
P 3 Jan. 28 
P 18 Dec. 27 
P 30 April 29 



P 8 June 30 
P 3 Aug. 32 
18 Aug. 25 
P23 Aug. 33 
P 20 Sept. 33 
P 13 Dec. S3 
P 24 Apr. 35 
P 23 Oct. 35 
7 July 37 



P 25 May 38 
P 28 Dec. 38 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P 11 Jan. 39 



5 Jan. 26 
P 19 Sept. 26 
P 12 Mar. 29 
P 30 Apr. 29 
P 3 Aug. 30 
P 4 Jan. 31 



P 17 Feb. 32 
P 20 Sept. 33 
P 13 Dec. 33 
P 12 Dec. 34 
P24 Apr. 35 
P 23 Oct. 35 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P 24 May 39 
25 May 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 3 Aug. 30 
P 18 Nov. 31 
P 3 Aug. 32 
P 2 Nov. 32 
P23 Aug. 33 
P 24 Apr. 35 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Henry Arthur Scott . . . 

Arthur Munro < 

Thos. Henry Clifton . . . 
Francis Delaval Gray . 

Patjnuutcr.^L. M. M. Prior,* 6 July, 20; Sm. 12 Sept. 11 ; Lieut. Dec, 13. 

i4 4; ti/an/.— Sydney Augustus Capel, 7 July, 37 ; {Lieut.) 7 July 37. 

Quarter-Master. — Charles Armstrong, 7 July, 37. 

Surgeon.— 9 J® Jos. Moffitt,^ M.D. 17 Jan. 28 ; A»i*t. Surg. 24 Oct II. 

Assistant-Surgeon. — ^Thomas Hunter, M.D. 18 April, 34. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Charles Brett, 8 March, 33. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agent ^ Mr. Collyer. 
[Returned from Portugal y March 1828. J 
I Sir Hen. John Ciunmlnf; ierved In Planden and Holland in 179S, 4, and 6; and anin In Holland in 
17»B. SerttA aUo in thj- Pcnjinsula. and comnumded the 11th Uj^ht Draffoont at 8alamanr«. for which h« 
bat receiTi>d a m«dal. H^ waa wounded by a labre cut in the arm In th© action of th«» 25th Sent, 1811 
yJ^^^^ r^^^^^^I^^^^.^^"^ •**• Egyptian campaign of IrtOl, iDcludlnp the actions of the W 
laih, and airt March. S<frved alM at Walcheren In ItJOB, and wat prewnt at the riege of Flushing. IfSai 
for Mrrlnc in Egypt. • """^ 

,o?.^** ?*f.'^"^''^*^ ''**** '**^'*'*^**'*"'°"P*^"**™« •»•* •ob^yjuently In the Peninsula from 181 1 to 
18U. includinic the sieic<;s of Ciudad Kodrlijo, and Bad^)oi ; the caralry affair of La Rwia ; destruction of 
the bndgcof Almoras ; battle of Vittoria ; sii^rc and capture of Snn Bebastlan. Arrod ol*o ai Waterloo. 

4 Col. Barton's service* :— ex vjwiilion to Walcheren ; IVtiJn^ula frx>in A|irn, 1H12, to tl»e »nl of the war 
Including the caralry atfaint at Ca^tnyun, Quintana de Piienui, and Monasteni ; battles of :j«lamanea mmk 
Vittoria i and sieire of San Sf'inistian. Served nlno at Wnterl(»o. v^— ~«-mi^ mmu 

h Quarter-Maater 11 Ort. In*!, fn>ni which dale the periiMl of se'^riee has been compuUd. 

« Paymaster IMor termed iJie campaiim of IHI7 in the EaM Indit's uinunst the rinflarrcen. 

7 Dr. lloAtt sened in llie Peninsula fW>ra Amc. |RI3 to the end ol the war, tncludina the haltia of \^m 
Pyrenees, Orthw, and Tmiloose. prrtent on the lOth, 17th and I8th June at Waterloo. 
1«I8 



Emb. for Foreign H 
Service, 1610. J 



13^A Regiment of Light Dragoons. 



rserving In the 
L Eaet Indtei. 



Oo the chacoee and appointmente, tho Motto, " Ftoel m ^filfemuw."—" PENINSULA"— " WATERLOO." 



1 Years' Serr. 


61 


Pall 
Pay. 


Half 
Pay. 


31 


i^ 


31 





25 






31 



25 
19 
22 
15 
Id 
14 
24 
15 

14 

17 

13 

10 

11 

11 

10 

9 

10 

9 

5 

6 

15 

6 

6 
6 
4 
3 
3 
2 

17 

9 

12 

28 

13 
10 



if^ 




3 


3 



10ft 


17 




























10 






Colonel. 
Hon, Sir H. G. Grey, G.C.B. G.C.H. Eru, 17 Oct. 1779 ; Lieut. 28 July, 81 ; 

Capt.Sl May, 87; M({j. 23 Oct. 93; Lieut. -Col. 21 April, 94; Col. I Jan. 

08 ; Mqj.'Gen. 1 Jan. 1805 ; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Gen. 27 May, 26; Col. 

ISth Dragoons, 30 Dec. 11. 
Lieia.'CoU.— JI^ 53* R. Brunton,* JEns. 10 Nov. 08: Lieut. 12 Dec. 09; Capt. 

10 Nov. 13; Mqj.P2 March, 20; Lieut. -Col. p 31 Dec. 30. 
9 ?aa Allan T. Maclean,* JS^/w. 4 Jan. 10 ; Lieiit. p 11 July, 11 ; Capt. p 23 Dec. 

18; JIfq;. 29 Oct. 30 ; ZicM^-Co/. 11 July,34. 
Mi^trrt.— Henry Stones, Comet, p 28 Dec. 15; Lieut. 7 Nov. 18; Capt. p 26 

Dec. 23 ; Mqj. p 19 Feb. 36. 
WUliam Hake,* Ens. 25 June, 1807 ; Lieut. 1 Nov. 10; Capt. 7 May, 27 ; Maj. 

23 Nov. 38. 



Captains. 
Wm. Digby Hamilton . . 

Robert Ellis 

9 $iB Thomas Rosser^ . 

James Sargeaunt 

George Weston 

William Knox 

Geon^e Manners 

Bernard MacMahon . . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas John Parker . . . . 

James Boalth 

John C. Campbell 

Denis Browne 

Geo. Jas. Walker 

Wm. Mavor Julius 

Hen. Horatio Kitchener. . 
£dw. Rudston Read . . . . 
John A. De Balinhard . . 

Charles Floyd 

Werner Cathrey 

Jas. Allen Cameron .... 

William Ready* 

Chas. C. Shute 

Cornets. 

Wm. Shute Wmt 

Henry Hamilton 

C. H. D. Donovan 

Charles Deacon 

Thomas W. Smith 

Alfred R, Hole 



rORNET. 



26 

23 

29 

P 9 

P28 

P12 

13 

10 



May 15 
April 18 
Oct. 18 
June 25 
Dec. 21 
Jan. 20 
May 13 
Nov. 25 



LIEUT. 







P 10 Aug. 26 

P24Sept. 12 

26 Oct. 27 

3 May 13 

8 Jan. 29 

P 9 July 29 

P 29 June 30 

P 18 Nov. 31 

p 11 June 30 

8 Sept. 31 

P 26 Dec. 36 

Pll July 34 

19 May 26 

P 19 July 34 

P 18 July 34 
P 21 Dec. 34 
P 16 Feb. 36 
P 14 April 37 
P 7 July 37 
P 27 July 38 



9 Nov. 19 

6 Oct. 22 

24 June 19 

P 30 Mar. 26 

PIO May 25 

P 20 Mar. 27 

8 Sept. 14 

P30NOV. 26 

14 Aug. 28 
P 6 May 13 
P 16 Mar. 32 
P 16 Mar. 33 
PIO Jan. 34 
P18 April34 
Pll July 34 
P 12 Dec. 34 
P29 Mar. 33 

16 Sept. 37 

P30 June37 

6 Oct. 38 

28 June 27 
P 10 May 30 



captain. 



BREV-MAJ- 



P31 Dec. 30 

P 13 May 20 

8 Sept. 31 

P 18 July 34 

P16 Mar. 30 

P 14 Dec. 32 

15 Sept. 37 

23 Nov. 38 



4 Captain Roeacr acrcompa- 
nied the 13th LiRht Dragoons 
to Portugal in 1810, and wa« 
present with it in every action 
in which it was cngagt^d, with- 
out having been al>M>nt from it 
for a single day. Served also 
at Waterloo. 

9 Lieut. Ready served at the 
siefe and capture of Bhurtpore 

6 Doctor Mouat served in the 
Burmese war. 



Paymaster. — R, Storey, 6 Aug. 19; Ens. 16 Apr. 13; Lieut. Feb. 16. 

^4/ti/an/.— Charles Floyd, (Xi^ti^.) 8 Sept. 31. 

Quarter-Master.— John O'Reilly, 26 Dec. 28. 

Surg.— JaB. Mouat,^ M.D. 16 Feb. 27 ; Asstst.-Surg. 1 Oct. 12 ; Hosp.- Assist, 

16 July, 12. 
Assist.'Sur.— John Clark, M.D. 29 July. 30, Hosp.- Assistant, 4 Oct. 27. 

Patrick Nicolson, M.D. 31 Dec. 33. 
Veterinary Surg. — John Legrew, 9 July, 30. 

Soirlet — Facings Green. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

1 Col. BrantoD served in the Peninsula fh>m May 1909, to Feb. 1814, including the action at the bridge 
ef Coa near Almeida, Busaco, Puentes d'Onor, Arroyo de Molino, Almarez, Vittoria, Mayo Pas«, Pyrenees, 
Kivelle, Nive. Slightly wounded at the battle of the Pyrenees SOth July, and severely at St. Pierre 
d'Afmbi nemr Bayonne IJIth Dec. 1813. Served at Waterloo on the 18th June. 

S Col. Macl«an served with the Idth Light Dragoons in every action and affair in which it was engaged in 
the Peninsula from Dec. 1810 to the end of the war. Wounded and taken prisoner at Couches, 13th March, 
1^14. Served also at Waterloo. 

3 M^or Hake served the campaigns of 1810 and 11 against the Caff^e tribef. Served alto at the siege of 
Bhortpore. 

130 



14/A (or the King's) Regt of Light Dragoons, 



The <• PRUSSIAN EAGLE"— " DOURO"—"TA LA VERA"-" FUKNTES D'ONOR-— 
" SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— " ORTHES"— " PENINSULA." 



Yean' Serv. 



44 



Full 
P.7. 



36 



16 



15 

U 

10 

8 

7 

7 

5 

8 
6 

4 
5 

4 

3 

4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

28 

3 

11 

30 



Half 
Pay. 







A 




























1 





Colonel, 
9 912A £^lr Edward Kerrison, BarU^ C.B. U O.C.H. Comet, 23 June, 1796; 
Lieut, 1 Feb. 08; Capt, 18 Oct. 98 j MtQor. 12 May, 1803; Lieut.-CM, 
4 April, 05; Co^. 4 June, 13 : Mq^ar-Oen. 12 Aug. 19; LtetU.'Gen. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Col. 14th Dragoons, 18 June, 30. 

Lieui.'ColoneL 
9 John Townsend,' Comet y p 24 Jan. 06 ; Lieut. 8 Mar. 06 ; Capt. 6 June, 1 1 ; 
Brevet'Mqfor. 21 Jan. 19; Refftl.-Mqjor, P 13 Sept. 21 ; Lieut.-Col. p 16 
April, 20. 

M({jor. 
Charles Barton, Conurf,P10Dec.25; Xi«tf.Pl4 Feb. 28; Capt. p22 March, 88; 
Major. P 1 June, 38. 



Captains. 

Edward Harrey' 

Fran. H. Stephens 

John Henderson 

Wm. Henry Archer .... 

John B. Culpeper 

Henry Edw. Doherty .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Charles £. Doherty 

Qeo. Main FuUerton .... 

Isaac Comock 

John Henry Tonge 

Charles T. Grif&s R.M. . . 
Archibald Robert Miller . 

CORNBTB. 

WiUiamFaber 

Q. K. M. Dawson 

William Clarke * 

Rob. Hugh Smith Barry.. 
John Hesketh Qoddard. . 
Wm. Warner Allen .... 



CORNRT. 



P 24 Mar. 25 
P23Feb. 26 
P 25 Jan. 31 
P 28 Dec. 32 
P 13 Sept. 33 
P31 Dec. 33 

P 24 April 35 
P 14 Dec. 82 
P 17 July 35 
P29 April 36 
P 5 Feb. 36 
P 6 Jan. 37 

P 4 Aug. 37 
P 30 July 36 
24 April 38 
P 17 May 39 
P26 July 39 
p29Nov. 39 
Pl3Dec 39 



LIEUT. 



P 4 May 26 
31 July 28 
P31 Dec. 33 
P 17 July 35 
P 29 April 36 
P 15 July 36 

p 6 Jan. 37 
P 30 Oct. 35 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P 1 June 38 
P 27 July 38 
Pis Dec. 30 



CAPTAIN. IBRBY.-ICAJ. 



P 12 Oct. 30 
P 17 July 35 
p 4 Aug. 37 
P 1 June 38 
P 27 July 38 
p 17 May 39 



J. W. M. G. Hughes . . . 

Paymaster.— 9 Samuel Rofc,' 3 Sept. 12. 

il<(^*tt/afi/.— William Clarke, (Comet,) 24 Apr. 38. 

Quarter-Master.—^ 9^ Samuel Brodribb,^ 15 Jan. 89. 

Surgeon.— -9 9SBi Patrick Henry Lavens,^ 3 Aug. 26 : Assist. ^Surg. 24 Oct. 11 



Hosp.'Assist. 28 June, 10. 
Assistant-Surgeon.— J9B. W. Moffat, 8 Feb. 27 ; Hosp.-Assist. 28 Sept. 20. 
2 Veterisuuy Surgeon.— J. G. Philips, 28 Aug. 38. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox. k Co. 

[Returned from Spain, July, 1814.] 

I Sir Edward Kerrtion serred at the Hfld(>r In 179tf ; with Sir John Hoore't annj In Spain in 1808, 
at Coranna. ^rrrd tulMequmtly in the Peninsula, and commanded the 7th Huvan at Orthea, and at Wa- 
terloo, for which he has received medaU. Sir Edward was wervwlj wounded (hU arm having been broken 
in two place*) in Spain, 25 Dec. 180ii, and tlightly woandi*d at Waterloo. 

i Col. Towniend served In the Peninnila from Doc. 1808, until taken prisoner near the dtjr of Pan in 
France, 8th March 1814, including the diffetpnt aHaln of the 10th and 11th, in rroesing the Dooro on Um> 
1 2th May 1800; batUe of Talavera; affair with the enemy's advanced poeU 11th July 1810 in fhmt of 
Cludad Rodrigo under the command of Col. Talbot who was killed ; passage of the Coa ; skirmlsbes of the 
rear guard tron Almeida to the lines of Torm Vedras in 1810 ; allhirt in the enemy's retreat from Santarem 
to the frontiers of Spain from 0th March to 4th April 1811 ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor (wounded); allkir 
with the enemy's laneen 2Sth Sept. 1811 ; siege of Bad^|oi; affairs with the enemy's cavalry at Usagre, 
Llerena, in ttont of Salamanca, and near Castrlllos ; battle of Salamanca ; allhir with the enemy's i«ar 
guard near Panerandos ; several skirmishes from Madrid to nrar Cludad Rodrlgo, and from the 2ath Maj 
near Salamanca to the battle of Vittoria; taking of a gun from the enemy near Pampeluna; and sevrrpi 
engagements and skirmishes from the entrance of the British army Into France, until toe battle of Ortbca. 
Embarked for America in Oct. 1814, and was present at the attack on New Orleans 8th Jan. 1815. 

» Capt. Harvey served at the investment of Kolapore In the East Indies hi Sept. 1827. 

4 i^uarter-Master, 15 Sept. 1697, from which date the period of service has been computed. 

6 Paymaster Rofe served In the Peninsula fh>m October 1812 to' the end of the war. 

Quari.'Master Brodrivp served in the Peninsula from Sept. IBIS to the end of the war; present atWateitoo. 

7 Dr. lAvens served the campaigns of 1812, la, and 14, in the Peninsula, and was attached to the light 
troops which attacked the castle of MIrabete near Almares, on the night of the 10th May, 1812. Present at 
the battles of Vittoria, the Pxreneea, Nlvelle; storming the Heights of Garris; and battle of Ofthea. 
Present at Waterloo on tha Hhh and 18th June. 

140 



SS^c^'iS;] 15M (or the King's) Light Dragoons. ^(Hussars). [«SCl?„U.l?; 

" EM8D0RF'— " EGMONT-OP-ZEE"— « YILUERS EN COUCHB"— « 8AHAOUK" 

« vrrroRiA"—" peninsula"—" Waterloo." 



Yean'8«rT. 


46 


PqU 


HM 


P»y. 


Pay. 


29 


^ 


20 


1* 


21 


ft 


19 


Ift 


22 


4ft 


14 





9 





8 





10 





22 


3 


90 





29 





14 





9 





9 





10 


7ft 


8* 





5 





8 





6 





7 





2 





12 





13 





12 





9 





7 





7 





11 





5 





2 





2 





1 





1 





6 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





9 





1 





5 





31 





3 





1 





2 






CoUmeL 
9 Sir Robert Thomas Wilson/ Comet, Apr. 1794 ; lAeui. 31 Oct. 94 ; Capt. 

21 Sept. 96; Jlfq^or, 28 June, 1800; Lieut.Col. 27 Feb. 02; CoL 25 July, 10; 

Mqjor'Oen. 4 June, 13 ; LietU.'Gen. 27 May, 25 ; CoL 15th Hussars 29 Dec. 35. 
Lieut.'ColfmeL—-'^ Lovell Benjamin Badcock/ K.H. Comet, v\% Dec. 05; 

Lieut. P19 May, 08; Capt, p12 Dec. 11 ; Brevet'Mqjor,21 Jan. 19; Begtl.- 

Me0or, P28 Oct. 24; Lieut.-Col. p21 Not. 28. 
Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Comet, p 10 June, 19 ; Lieut. p24 Oct. 21 ; Capt, p 10 

June, 25 ; Mqjor, P26 Feb. 28 ; Lieut.-Col. 31 May, 39. 
3f<i;ar#.— Courtenay PhUlipps, Comet ^ Svb.-Lieut. P20 Dec. 18; Lieut. 18 

May, 22 ; Capt. p 14 Jan. 26 ; Mqjor, p5 Apr. 33. 
Augustus Wathen, Comet, p9 July, 20; Lieut. P24 June, 23; Capt. P26 Sept. 

26; 3f<yV?r, 31 May, 39. 



Captains. 

James M'Queen 

John P. Hickman 

George Wm. Key 

E. Tho. Harley Chambers. 

Michael Wm. Smith 

Robt. RoUo Gillespie* .. 

William Penn 

9t8ft Tho. Coven. Brander 
Charles H. T. Hecker 

LiBUTENANTS. 

Justinian Vernon 

Richard Knox 

Hugh B. Higgins 

John Bunce Pilgrim 

John Snrman, R. M 

Fra. Woodley Home 

John Brett 

Rob. Vise. Jocelyn 

Chas. Hugh Key 

Geo. Aberc. Robertson^. . 
Octanus Geo. Perrott . . 
P. D'Ormieux Von Streng 
Cha. Alex. Sinclair .... 

John Macartney 

Tho. Brooke Jackson .... 
John Hamilton Gray. . . . 

George Home 

John Gore Townsend .... 

CORITBTS. 

Jos. Clayton Jennyns .... 

Lewis Edw. Nolan 

John Cocks 

Tho. B. Crawley 

Cha. Erskine Steuart. . . . 

Henry Brett 

Blackwood Moutray Read 

Herbert Morgan 

Charles Bill 



CORNET. 



31 Mar. 14 
P 19 Oct. 26 
P 5 July 31 
P14 Dee. 32 

19 Nov. 30 

31 Aug. 15 
P 1 Sept. 20 

27 June 11 
P29 Aug. 26 

P21 June 31 
P28 June 31 
P 1 Aug. 22 
P 4 Dec. 32 

12 June 35 
P31 Aug. 32 
P 10 Oct. 34 
P24 May 33 
P 9 Mar. 38 

26 Apr. 28 

26 May 27 

Pll Nov. 28 

13 Oct. 31 
P27 Sept. 33 
P 10 Jan. 34 
P24NOV. 29 
p 19 June 35 
P28Dec. 38 

P 8 Feb. 39 
P 15 Mar. 39 

14 June 39 
19 Dec. 34 

P20 June 39 
P21 June 39 
P22 June 39 
P23June39 
P29 Nov. 39 



LIEUT. 



Pll Feb. 19 
P25Feb. 31 

25 Aug. 33 
P 2 Aug. 33 
P21 Feb. 34 
P 9 Apr. 18 

29 June 26 
P30 Mar. 14 
P 3 Jan. 28 



CAPTAIN. 



9 Feb. 
20 Apr. 
15 Dec. 

P 16 Sept. 

P 9 Mar. 

P 6 Sept. 

p 14 Apr. 
4 Aug. 

P23 Apr. 

13 May 

11 Oct 

17 Apr. 

2 June 

P 19 Dec. 

P 19 Feb. 
15 Sept. 

P28 Aug. 

P 29 Nov. 



34 
34 
25 
37 
38 
33 
37 
38 
39 
31 
32 
34 
34 
34 
36 
37 
38 
39 



BREV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



P21July 25 
P 1 Apr. 36 
Pl6Sq>t. 37 
P28 Nov. 37 
P2d Apr. 39 
6 July 37 

5 Oct. 38 

1 June 39 

2 June 39 

1 Sir Robert Wtlion lenred 
In Flsnden sad Holland in 
ITBS^ 4, and 6 ; In the rebellion 
in Ireland in 1706 ; In Holland 
in 1790; the Egyptian campaign 
of IBOI ; capture of the Cape of 
Good Hope in 1800 ; ralwd and 
commanded the Luaitanian Le- 
gion in 1806 and 9 in Spain and 
Portugal. Served teTeral cam- 
paigns with the RuMlan army 
in RuMla, Poland, Germany, 
and France. 

a Lieut-Colonel Badeock waa 
wounded at Faentee d'Onor. 

8 Capt. Gillespie served In 
the Burmese war. 

4 Lieutenant Robertson was 
wounded in action at Coorg, 
Madras, April 1834. 

6 Dr. Chambers served In the 
American war, and was present 
In the actlona before New Or- 

I leans. 



141 



Paymaeter.—neDTy Routh, 11 Oct. 39; .S<n«. 26 Apr. 31 j Lieut. 27 Sept. 33. 

^(^'tf^onf.— John Cocks, (Comet) 14 June 39. 

Quarter-Moiter.'^^ iWiem Betson, 1 Nov. 35. 

^ur^iwi.— John Chambers,* 24 July, 35 ; Attiit.-Surg. 29 April, 24 ; Hosp.- 

Assist. 27 Nov. 09. 
Assistant'Surgeons. — ^Thomas Bistet, M.D., 10 Nov. 37. 

Henry Cooper Reade, 31 May, 39 
Veterinary Surgeon. — ^lliomas Hurford, 25 Jan. 39. 

Blue — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from France, May, 1816.] 

p 



TMn'Senr. 



69 



Pull 
P«7. 



37 

35 
26 
84 
SO 



Half 
P»y. 



SJi^STieS:] 16<ft {or Queen's) RegU o f Ught Drags. {Laneers). [ ^^H^^ 

"TALAVEHA"— "FUENTE8 D'ONOR"—" SALAMANCA"— « VITTORIA"—" NIVE" 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO"—" BHURTPOEE." 

Cokmel. 
m Caft Sir Jn. Omwby Vandeleur,* O.C. B. Ent. 29 Dec. 1781 ; Lieui. 21 July, 

83 ; Capt. 7 Mar. 92 ; Mtyar, 1 Mar. 94 ; Lieut.-Col. IJan. 98 ; Cd. 26 Apr. 

1808; JHqfar-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut. -Gen. 19 July, 21; Gen. 10 Jan. 88; 

Col. 16th Lancen 18 June 30. 
Lieut,'CoUmels.'-9 Thog. Wm. Brotherton,* C. B. Ens. 24 Jan. 00 ; Lievi. jr 

Capt. P27 July, 01 ; Mqjor, P28 Nov. 11; Brevet- Lieut.- Col. 19 May, 14; 

Lieut.-Col. P 1 2 Oct. 20 ; Col. 22 July 30. ^ ^ ^^ 

9 William Perase,' C.B. Ctww^lO Jan. 06 ; Lieut. P27 Nov. 06 ; Capt. 23 Jan. 

12 ; Mmor, 26 May, 22 : Lieut.-Col. p6 Dec. 33. 
a Cbariea Robert Cureton,^J5:fW. 24 Feb. 14; Lieut. 27 June, 16; Capt. P12 Nov. 

26 ; ilffliVw, P6 Dec. 33 ; Br«»*-i<.- Co/. 23 July, 39; ii«i*..Co«. 21 Aug.89. 
3fflior#.— George Jamea M'DoweU,* Comet, p4 April. 16 ; Xi«i*.P4 Dec. 17 ; Capt. 

P 14 Nov. 27 ; Mqfor, p4 Aug. 37 ; Brevet- Lieut.- Cd. 23 July, 39. 
Arthur Charles Lowe,* Comet, 20 Apr. 16; Xteu^. PIO Aug. 16; Capt. p3 Apr. 

27; Mqjor, 21 Aug. 80. 



16 
31 
20 
16 
16 
13 
14 
13 
10 

19 
12 

11 
11 
8 
8 
14 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

4 

8 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

36 

19 

4 

35 



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Captains. 
Tho8. Hooke Peanon^... 

WilUam Hilton* 

Geofge Mansel 

Edw. Baker Bere 

Peter T. Robinson 

Q. O'Halloran Oavin. . . . 

Lawrence Fyler 

Pinson Bonham 

William Wihner 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Chas. Fred. Havelock'.. 
Edward James Pratt. . . . 

Francis Thos. Meik 

Ca Wm. Webster, R. M.>* 
Charles Wm. Reynolds. . 

Richard Pattinson 

Charles B. Codrington. . . 

Wm. Petrie Waugh. 

Geo. Thos. W. Pipon. . . . 

George Harriott. 

Thomas Pattle. 

Rob. Abercpomby Yule.. 

D. H. MacKinnon 

Charles John Foster .... 
Wm. Simpson Mitchell . . 

John Percy Smith 

Henry DonL Swetenham 
Mannaduke Gwynne. . . • 

CORNBTS. 

Randolph Routh 

Tho. Folliott PoweU. 

F. Courtney Trower 

J. Ross O'Conor 

Patrick Dynon 

Henry Lee 



CORNET. 



PUMar. 26 

6 Dec. 06 

7 Sept. 20 
Pl3Aug. 26 
P 7 July 26 
P13 Nov. 27 
P 7 Sept. 26 
PIO Jan. 28 
P16 June30 

P 13 Dec. 21 
14 Feb. 28 
P 9 July 29 
P 14 Oct. 29 
P29 June 32 
p 16 Nov. 32 
P 7 Oct 26 
P 1 Nov. 33 
PIO Jan. 34 
Pll Apr. 34 
P13 June 34 
P 3 July 36 
P 1 July 36 
P 8 Apr. 36 
P 2 July 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 3 Feb. 37 
P26 May 37 



LIEUT. 



P 1 Aug. 26 
1 Jan. 00 
P 1 Dec 26 
P29 Aug. 26 
P29 Mar. 27 
P 14 Oct. 29 
PIO July 28 
P26 June30 
11 Apr. 33 



P 16 Aug. 31 
26 Sept. 32 
P 6 Aug. 29 
p 6 Dec. 33 
PSlOct. 34 
P26 May 37 
P 7 Feb. 34 
P23 Mar. 38 
P31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



7 May 27 
P20Jan. 32 
P 4 May 32 

26 Sept 32 

27 Mar. 34 
P 18 Apr. 34 
P22July 29 
P29 May 36 
P 3 July 36 
P 8 July 36 
P23Dec. 36 
P26 May 37 
P23 Mar. 38 

21 Dec 38 

29 May 39 

21 Aug. 39 

P13 0ct. 30 

^31 Dec. 89 



4 Col. ConCM 

■erred to Ibe Pm- 

taMuUfroBimto 

Um ettd of the var, 

toeludliV tbcbrt- 

tlM of Tda*«ra* 

and Fucntc* d*OMr ; licfl* 

of Badajos, April 1811 « baOle af 

Salamaoo t eapcarc of Madrtd ; bal- 

Umi of Vlttoria, Orttea. Taitoca, aad 

Toulomc I wounded In lb* wigkt l«f 

bj a riSe ball la cNaataf Um- Mon- 

d«co,M!ar Coimbmy, lit Oel.lM0( r»- 

eeivcd A •ev«K aalira cut on tbc brad 

(skull fractured), and aaolbtr «a cba 

left band At ratnica d*Oaor, Mb May, 

1811 1 aenrcd aUo at tba alcga aad 

capture of Bburtptiff*. 

5 Coloml If •DoweU acrrad at tba 
■leg* aad eaptiure of B buctp n t a. 

e M^ior Loaw waa wanadad al 
Bburtpora. 

r Capt. Paanoaaarrcd at tba licit 
of Bbnrtpote, aad waa a Tul uateer 
For tba dlaoKniated caralry alocmlaK 
party. 

8 Capt. Rlltao arrvad al tba cap. 
tora of tba Ule ar FianB* in 181f i 
tba campalcaa of leiT aad 18 la lb* 
Deeeaa; and tba ilcfa aad aaanalt af 
Bboftpora. 
• Liaol. Baveloeb aervcd at Bbaflpeaa. 

10 Llevt Wcbairr aarrad at Watctloo «• tba 17* «■> 
IBIb Juae I alao at ib« alata aad eaptvia af BburCpof* « 
ra ca lrad a sabre cat on tbc rigbt haid te an aAlr wttb 
tba aaeiy la ftaai of Bburtpore, lOib Dae U& 

11 PayouaCer WilUaau ■arvad tba CHnpal^aflTW 
la Hdnaad t served alao at tba alagc and lapniii ^ 
Bbaitpora la ISIft aad 8. 

11 Or. Wblla strrad wlib tba a^vcdUloa la Naptete 
1800, aad waa preaent at tbe capCan af labbla awl Pw 
cida ; aarred alao Iba campalcaa of 1811 aad U la tba 

attbaaortia 



P 8 July 36 
P27 May 37 
P30 June 37 
P23 Mar. 38 
29 May 39 
P 12 Oct. 89 

Arthur Need |p13 Oct. 39 

Dottin Mayoock I p 31 Dee. 39 1 

Payrniu^.— W.WaUain8/*2Sept.24; Comet ^ A 4ft. 16 VLar. 06; Xieu/. 18 Feb.06. 
At^utant.^Chu. Fred. Uavelock ; (Lieut.) 6 Oct. 27. 
Quarter-MoMter.—QtOTge Roaser, 23 Sept. 36 ; Bne. 20 Aug. 86. 
Surgeotu—9 W. Bamaay White/* 24 Feb. lA;As9itt. Surg. 31 Nov. 05; Hoep.- 

Auist. 4 Nov. 06. 
Ai$.-8wrg$.'-U. J. Madalne Ross, 16 Feb. 27 ; Hoep. Attiet. 98 Sept. 96. 

John Stnmge Chapman, 28 Sept. 26; Hoep. Amst. 15 JOee. 85. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— -Bichud J. G. Harford, 17 July, 35. 

Scarlet — Ftteimf§ Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 



1 Mr J. Vi 

Maria, awl NIva. Sir Jaba 
1 CaL Bretbertonwa 
8 Cat. Pawwe aerwd ia iba Paai 
of tba 181b Oct. 1818, 

148 



ter Ciodad Eadrlga (waandad 



aarvlaalnlba 



dlHaloa to Iba bi«aek), 
ladieala Laid Laka*8 



IVooi 1888 la Iba 
)acr«adat Nrw 



af tba 
Orlcaaa | iIm at tba sl^ga 



byaBnakal 
aad captare of Bbart p a r a. 



17M Regiment of Uglit Dragoons.-^Lancers.) 



Ywmf Senr. 



46 



Fall 



80 



80 



14 



Hair 



1ft 



14 





14 





11 





B 





8 





5 





5 





5 





6 





4 





7 





4 





4 





2 





1 





8 





1 





2 





1 





26 


3* 


2 





9 





29 


4 



On the Standards or Onidonf , ** Death's Head," with the Motto, <' Or QUyry."* 

CoUmel, 
9 m Sir Arthar Benjamin Clifton/ K.C.B. Ctyrnety 6 June, 1794; Ueut. 
7 Aug. 1794; Capt, 27 Feb. 1799; M<^w^ 17 Dec. 1803; lAeut, Col. 25 July, 
1810; CW. 12 Aug. 1819; Mqiar Gen.^ July 90; Col. 17 th Lancers, 25 
Aug. 18S9. 

Xdeut.'Colonel. 

Matthew C. D. St. Qnintin, 2nd Lieut. P29 June, 20; Lieui. p8 Jan. 24; Capt- 
P9 Not. 26 ; Mqjar, p 15 April, 37 ; Lieut.-Col. p31 Dec. 39. 

Major. 

JohnLawrenson, Comet, 12 Not. 18; Lieut. p6 Dec. 21 ; Capt. P37 Aug. 25; 
Brevet'Mqfor, 28 June 38; RegtL-Mqj. Pdl Dec. 39. 



Captains. 
William C. Douglas . . . 

Lionel Ames 

Walter Williams 

Edward Croker 

Robt. Arthur Fitzharding 

Kingscote 

Wallace Barrow 

LlEUTBlTANTB. 

John R. Palmer 

John B. Broadley 

Francis Burdett 

John Dayy Brett 

Archibald Earl of Cassilis 

Aug. Saltien Willett 

Hon. Henry S. Blacl^wood 

COBNBTS. 

Thomas lindsay 

£dw. Cahrert Scobell. . . . 
Henry Robert Boucherett 
Abraham Hamilton . . . 
Wm. Oxenden Hammond 
Henry Roxby Benson . 



CORITBT. 



P20May 26 
P 3 Oct. 26 
P26 Mar. 29 
P 7 Sept. 32 

P 2 Nov. 32 
P 6 Mar. 35 

P 7 Aug. 35 
P 6 Not. 35 
P 18 Apr. 34 
P 4 Mar. 36 
P 5 July 33 
P 9 Dec. 36 
P 10 June 36 

4 Jan. 39 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 27 July 38 
P 1 Not. 39 
P 3 Aug. 38 
P 31 Jan. 40* 



LIEUT. 



P 6 Sept. 27 
P 6 Jan. 32 
P21 Dec. 32 
Pll Aug. 35 

P 4 Mar. 36 
P 9 Dec. 36 

P 18 Mar. 37 
P15 Apr. 37 
P 14 Apr. 37 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P31 Dec. 39 
P 4 Jan. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 11 Aug. 35 
P 4 Mar. 36 
P 18 Mar. 37 
P 1 Mar. 39 

P INoT. 39 
Pdl Dec. 39 



BRBYBT- 
MAJOR. 







Paymaster.— QeoT^ Chandler,' 25 Sept. 28 ; Em. k Aefj. 25 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. 
26 March, 12; Cap^. 25 March, 14. 

Adjutant. — ^Thomas Lindsay, (Comet) 8 Feb. 39. 

QuaHer-Master.—WiiiiSam Hall, 10 May, 31. 

Surgeon.— ^ WBi James Goodall EUdngton,' 11 March| 13; Assist.'Surg. 7 
July, 08 ; Hoep.-Assist. 8 Aug. 07. 

Aeiitt.'Surgeon. — James Brown Qibeon, M.D., 12 Jan. 29; Hosp.'Asritt. 14 
Dec. 26. 



Veterinary Surgeon-^-John WUldnson, 27 AprU, 26. 
Scarlet— Podit^ White. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Iriih Agent, Cane & Co. 

IRetumedfirom the East Indies, May, 1823.] 

I Sir Arthnr Clifton serred in the Podnnila, and has receired • medal and one daq» for Fmentea d'Onor, 
and Tittoria. Serred abn at Waterloo. 

% Oapt. Chandler's Berrieet :— Campaign of 1790 In Holland, indadinf the actions of the9ndaad 0th Oct. ; 
liege of Malta, and surrender of La Yaletta ; battle of Maida ; expedition to Egypt In 1807; Ionian lalandi 
ill 1800, and si^e and capture of Santa Maura In 1810 ; wounded before Roeetta in 1807. 

3 Dr. Elkington served at the capture of Madeira In 1807, and in the Peninsula from Apifl 1809 to Not. 
161S ; present at the battle of TUavera ; left prisoner with the wounded at that city, and marched into 
Fraaoe ; released in 1810, and r^olned the army in Portugal on Its retreat from Busaco ; present with it at 
the Uaee of Torres Tedras ; battle of Puentes d'Onor ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badijoi ; battle of Sala- 
manca ; capture of Madrid ; and during the whole siege of Borgoe in charge of the Hospital for recelyisg the 
wouaded ; in the retreat of the army he was left in cluu<ge of the Eugliah and French wounded, and agaiii 
made prisoner; present at Waterloo, and the capture of Paris. 

143 



1*^ (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards. 



Ymn* Serr 



Full 
Pajr. 



63 



87 



Half 
Pay. 



35 





38 


A 


37 





29 





33 





28 





27 


fift 


28 





18 


4 


31 





29 





26 





27 





26 





25 


A 


25 


A 


25 


A 


23 


A 


23 


« 


20 


«A 



«* UNCBLLBS"— " CORUNNA"— « BARR08A"— « PENINSULA"— 

" WATERLOO." 



CoUmel. 
9 ISA Arihnr, Dtdke o/ Wellington,! k.G. G.C.B. k, O.C.H. J?iu. 7 March, 87; 
Lieut. 25 Dec. 87 ; Capt. 30 June, 91 ; Mq^, SO April, 93; Lieut.-Col. 30 
Sept. 93; Col. 3 May, 96; Mqjar-Oen. 29 April, 1802; Lieut.-Gen. S5 
April, 08; Gen. (in Spain and Portugal) 31 July, 11 ; Field Mmrshal,2\ June, 
13; CoZ. Qrenadier Guards, 22 Jan. 27. 

Lieut.'Cohmel. 
9 Samuel Lambert,' Bnt. p5 Not. 03 ; LietU. k, Capt. 87 Aug. 07; Capt. k. 

Lieut.'Col. 16 Mareh, 14 ; Mqjar, with rank of Cd. 22 July, 30 ; LUut.-Col. 

28 June, 88. 

Majors. 
Iff Turner Grant,' Sm. P13 June, 05; Lieut, k. Capt. P20 Feb. 11 ; Capt. k 

Lieut.'Col. 26 Dec. 16 ; Brevet-Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Mt^ar^ with rank of Col. 

P 17 Feb. 37. 
9 Oa Robert Elliaon,^ JBru. P17 Dec. 07; Lieut.k Capt. p20 Dec. 12; Brevet- 

MqfoTf 18 June, 15; Lieut.-CoL p15 April, 24; Mtufor, with rank of Col. 

p9 Jan. 88. 
9 Alexander Higgfaison,* Bn*. 26 Jan. 04 ; Lieut, k Capt. 14 Sept 00 ; Capt. 

k Lieut.-Col. 1 July, 15; Brevet-Col. 10 Jan. 87 ; Mq^or, with rank of Col. 

28 June, 88. 

Captami and Lieut. -Colonelt. 
9 Caa Edward CUtc,* Bnt. P4 July, 11 ; Xieti^. k Capt. 25 Dec. 18 ; Lieut.- 

Co^Pl9Sept. 26. 
9 FranciB John Dayiet,^ Btu. p3 Feb. 08; Lieut. P26 Jan. 00; Capt. Pld 

Aug. 13 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P30 April, 27. 
John Home, Bns. p 19 Jan. 13; Lieut, k Capt. P30 June, 15; Capt. k Lieut.- 

Col. P 10 May, 27. 
9 5tr John Rowland Eustace, K.H. Comet, June, 08; Lieut. p3 Not. 08; 

Capt. P17 March, 14 ; Mqfor, p9 Not. 21 ; Lieut.-Col. p 19 Dec. 26. 
9 ^ Cha. F. Rowley Lascelles," Bns. PIO Sept. 18; Lieut, k Capt. 9 June, 

14 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P21 Feb. 28. 
Henry Robert Ferguson, Comef, P 18 March, 18; Lieut. P25 Feb. 19; Capt. p96 

Sept. 22; Mqfor, Pl9 Dec. 26; Lieut.-Col. p8 May, 28. 
9 lEB Lonsdale Boldero,* £n#. 15 Sept 00 ; Lieut, k Capt. 90 Oct 18 : Capt. 

k Lieut.-Col. 22 July, 30. 
John Ord Honeyman, Comet, 12 Dec. 11 ; Lieut, k Capt. 4 July, 15 ; Capt. k 

Lieut.-Col. P 28 Sept 30. 
Godfrey Thornton, Bm. p80 Jan. 14; Lieut, k Capt. p11 Oct 81 : Capt. k 

Lieut. -Col. P3 Dec. 30. 
Hon. Francis Henry Needham, Bn». 8 April, 13 ; Lieut. p9 Dee. 13; Lieut, k 

Capt. P24 Oct 21 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. pSI Dec. 30. 
Henry William Barnard, Bm. 9 June, 14 ; Capt. p 15 Aug. 22; Capt. k Xiritf.* 

Col. P17 May, 31. 
Philip Spencer Stanhope, Bnt. 30 March, 15; lAeut. k Capt. P17 July, 88; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 16 March, 32. 
John Lyster, Bm. 27 April, 15; lAeui. k Capt. p6 Not. 23; Capt. k Lieui.- 

Col. P27 July, 32. 
Ferrars Loftus, Bna. 1 July, 15; Lieut, k Capt. P80 Nor. 88 ; Capt. k Lieut.- 
Col. p 21 Dec. 33. 
Francis Venables Hareoort, Bnt. 11 July, 16 ; Bnt. k Lieut, p 26 March, 17 • 

Lieut, k Capt. p8 July, 24 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P2 May, 34. ' 

William Greenwood, Bnt. k Lieut. 18 April, 16; Lieut, k Capt. p 18 Not. 84 • 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. pO May, 34. ' 

John Julius Wm. Angerstein, Bnt. k Lieut. p9 April, 18; Lieut, k Capt. P8 

April, 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 12 Sept 34. 

1 For Notaik ns inft 14«. 



144 



Tean'Senr. 


Fall 


H«lf 


P»y. 


P.7. 


21 


m 


19 


2A 


21 





37 





29 





18 


H 


17 





17 





16 


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16 





16 





16 





15 





15 





15 





15 





14 





13 





12 





12 





14 





10 





15 


i^ 


11 





10 





15 





11 





10 





10 





10 





10 





10 





14 


1 


9 





13 





9 





8 





10 





8 





8 





8 






























8 






1st (or Grenadier) Regirnent of Foot Chuxrds. 



Sir John Montague Buigoyne, St, Em. 17 Oct. 16 ; Em. & Liewt. 1 Oct. 18 ; 

Lieut, k Capt. p28 April, 25 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. P5 June, 85. 
George waiiam Byre«, Em. Sc Lieut. P 3 Dec. 18 : LieiU. k. Capt. p 26 May, 25 : 

Capt. & Lieut. -Col. p 1 July, 36. 
William Fludyer, Em. 30 Dec. 19; Em. k Lieut. p26 Oct. 21 : Lieut, k Capt. 

P 7 July, 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 2 Dec. 36. 
9 Philip JoBhua*Perceval,»o 2nd Lieut. Royal Marines, 2 July, 03 ; lit Lieut. 

16 Aug. 05 ; Em. Grenadier Guards, 11 June, 11 : Lieut, k Capt. 10 March, 

U; Capt. kLieut.'Col. 10 Jan. 31. 
9 Wi Wm. Fred. Johnston," Em. p12 Dec. 11 : Lieut, k Capt. 16 March, 14; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. 10 Jan. 37. -r , , 

Ja«. Robertson Craufiird, Em. 14 June, 21; Em. k Lieut. p29 Aug. 22: 

Lieut, k Capt. p 19 Sept. 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P18 Feb. 37. 
Fred. Clinton, Em. k Lieut, p 19 Nov. 23; Lieut, k Capt. p 10 May, 27 ; Cavt. 

& ii«rf.-Ca;. P 12 Jan. 38. J* > F 

Richard Wm. Astell, Em. k Lieut. P20 Not. 23: Ueut. k Capt. p13 Sept. 

27; Capt. k Lieut. 'Col. ^1 JuXy,^. 
Thomas Wood, Comet , p 16 Nov. 20 ; Lieut, p 12 June 23 ; Capt. p 26 June 25 ; 

Ereo.'Mqj. 28 June 38 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P28 June, 39. 



LUUTS. AVD CaPTAIKS. 

George M'Kinnon 

Charles Bagot 

Geo. Aug. Fred. Houstoun 
Arth. Wellesley Torrens 
Hon. Ch. J. Fox. Stanley 

Hugh Fitz Roy 

John Dixon 

William Thornton 

Hon. Ft. Grosvenor Hood 
Charles Wm. Ridley .... 
Hon. Aug. Fred. Foley.. 

Charles Stuart 

Q. Herb. Fred. Campbell 

Henry Penleaze 

Edw. Birch Reynardson 
Hon. Robert Bruce .... 
Chris. Hamp. Nicholson.. 

John Spottiswoode 

Joseph Henry Hudson . . 
Percy Aug. Evans Freke 
Wm. Fro. Joseph Lautour 
Henry C. Compton .... 
Hon. Wm. Leicester .... 
Chas. Algernon Lewis . . 
Jas. Walker Drummond 
Rob. Blenkinsop Coulson 
Fred. Wm. Hamilton .... 
Hon. James Lindsay .... 
Francis Chas. Joddrell . . 
Ar. W. Fitz Roy Somerset 

Henry Cartwright 

Augustus Cox 

Hon. Geo. Cadogan .... 

Hen. Geo. Conroy 

Hugh And. Robt. Mitchell 
John Home Purves .... 

Edward Goulbum 

Hon. Montagu P. Bertie 



OOB. 2D LT. 
OB ESBIOXr. 



29 June 24 
5 Aug. 24 



p 30 Dec. 26 

P 23 June 25 
P 5 Nov. 29 

P 8 Mar. 25 
P 12 Mar. 29 



P 13 Oct. 25 
15 Nov. 27 

Pll June 30 



P 13 July 32 



avsiQir AVD 

UEUT. 



P 4 Nov. 

24 Feb. 
P 2 Apr. 

14 Apr. 
P27 Apr. 
P 7 July 
P 10 Dec. 
P 8 Apr. 
P 30 Apr. 
P 21 Feb. 
P 30 Dec. 
P31 Dec. 
Pll June 
P20May 
P 12 June 
P 18 June 
P 14 Jan. 
P 29 June 
6 July 
P 28 Sept. 
P 26 Nov. 
P 2 Dec. 
P 3 Dec. 
P 15 Aug. 
P31 May 
P 14 June 

12 July 
P 16 Mar. 
Pll May 

18 May 
R 26 July 
P27 July 
P 22 Feb. 
P21 June 
P 4 Oct. 
P 29 Nov. 
P27 Dec. 
P21 Mar. 



24 
25 
25 
26 
25 
26 
26 
26 
27 
28 
28 
28 
30 
26 
30 
30 
26 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
26 
31 
31 
31 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 
34 



UBOT. AXD 
OAPTAIV. 



P21 

P30 

Pll 

12 

P18 
20 
P 1 
P 3 
P31 
P14 
P16 
P26 
P27 
Pl2 
P12 
P22 
P 6 
P 4 
P29 
P27 
P 2 
P 9 
P12 
P12 
P 1 
P29 
1 
P 2 
P18 
P24 
P 2 
8 
9 
12 
7 

13 
14 



P28 



Feb. 28 
Dec. 28 
June 30 
June 30 
June 30 
Nov. 30 
Dec. 30 
Dec. 30 
Dec. 30 
June 31 
Mar. 32 
July 32 
July 32 
Feb. 30 
Oct. 32 
Feb. 33 
July 31 
Oct. 33 
Nov. 33 
Dec. 33 
May 34 
May 34 
Sept. 34 
Apr. 33 
July 36 
July 36 
Dec. 36 
Dec. 36 
Feb. 37 
Feb. 37 
June 37 
Aug. 37 
Jan. 38 
Jan. 38 
July 38 
July 38 
July 38 
June 30 



BHBVBT- 
MAJOB. 



145 



Yflftn*8crv 


FaU 


Half 


Pay. 


P»y. 


6 





6 





6 





5 





6 





5 





10 





6 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





9 





13 





8 





25 





11 





10 





31 





16 










1*^ (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guaras. 



BNSIONB AKD LlBUTBlf AKT8. 



Frederick WilUam Allix 
Hon. Alexander Gordon 
G. J. Fr. Vise, Cantilupe 
Henry Torrens D'AguUar 
Rt. Cav. Spencer Clifford 
John Arthur Lambert . . 

Hervey Hopwood 

Ens, 5l8t Ft. P21 Sept. 30 
John Augustiu Udny .... 
Hon, Hen. H. M. Percy 
Charles Lord Blantyre . . 
Richard Henry Glynn . . 

John Temple West 

Hon. H. T. Forester . . . . 



P 18 Apr. 34 
P 8 May 34 
P 9 May 34 
89 May 35 
P 5 June 35 
P 10 July 35 
P84July 35 

P 13 Not. 35 
P 1 July 36 
P 89 July 36 
P 8 Dec. 36 
P 18 Feb. 37 
83 Feb. 37 



George Grey Rous 

Hon. Rd. C. Ne?ille .... 
Robert Peel Dawson .... 
Edward G. Wsrnyard. . . . 
JSni. 69th Ft. 12 May, 37 
Edw. Wm. Pakenham . . 
Thomas Uoyd Fitzhugh 
Harry B. Trelawny .... 
Hon. R. W. Penn Curzon 

Henry B. Powell 

Ens. 10th Ft. 82 Sept. 37 

Sandford Graham 

Jas. Townsend Oswald . . 
^fu.35Ft. 11 Jan.d9 



P 84 Feb. 37 
P 8 June 37 
P 8 Aug. 37 
P 9 Jan. 38 

P 18 Jan. 38 
P 12 July 38 
P 13 July 38 
P 14 July 38 
P88 Jnneae 

P 30 Aug. 39 
P 6 Dec. 39 



A4iutanU.^Y. W. Hamilton, {Capt.) 83 July, 36. 

Hon. F. G. Hood, {Capt.) 17 March, 37. 

Hon. J. lindsay, {Capt.) 83 March, 38. 
Quarter']liatters.-ABXi John Payne, 31 Aug. 15. 

Richard France, 24 Dec. 89. 
John LUley, 8 June, 30. 
Surgeon-Mqjor.—'^ CA John Harrison," 17 March, 37 ; Batt.-Surg. 89 April, 

84 ; AitUt.'Surg. 89 June, 09. 
BattaHonSurgeon. — Jas. Johnson, 13 March, 88 ; Astist.-Surg. 85 July, 18. 

Jas. Dennis Wright, U May, 38 ; Asntt.-Surg. 11 Not. 84. 
A siittant-Surgeons. — 

Wm. Bowes Daykin, 15 June, 86 ; Hosp.-AtsUt. 16 June, 85. 

GeoiKire Brown, 18 Jan. 26 ; Hotp.-Asngt. 21 April, 25. 

Fra. Cornelius Huthwaite, 10 Nov. 25 ; Ho8p.-Assist. 16 Not. 83. 

George Eleazar Blenkins, 13 April, 38. 
SolieUor. — John Parkinson, 19 July, 31. 

lit Battalion returned from Portugal, 1888. 

%d Battalion embarked for Canada, AprU, 1838. 

3d Battalion returned frwn Prance, Noo. 1818. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

War Qglet, mh Jmip, ISlft. 

Trb Paxvoa Rioairr, as a nark of Hit Boysl Approbation of the dittlngolshed gallantly of the Brifads 
of Foot Guards In the Victoiy of Waterloo, has been pleated. In the name and oo the behalf of Hie M^eatj, 
to approTe of all the Bntlfnt of the Three Rofimentt of Foot Ooarde barbig the Rank of Lleotenanti^ and 
that Mich Rank shall be attached to all the future Appointmentt to Enslgiidet in the Foot Oaarda» la tba 
tame manner at the Lieutenants in those Reglmcntt ehuin the Bank of Captain. 

His Royal Highness hat also been pleated to approve of the Pirtt Regiment of Foot Ooardt being 
Regiment of Grenadiers, and etyled *' Ths First, w Grtnadisf Rtgitfumi of Foot Ouardt,** In eo 
ration of their haTlng defeated the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Gunrdt upon this memorable 



I The Dulie of WellinKton hat received a erois and nine clasps for Roleia and Vimiera, Talavera, 
Pocntes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, BadaJoi, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyreneea, Nivelle, Nlve, Orthei^ and Tnwliwiaa' 
To sketch an outline of the pre-eminent aerrieet at the greateat toidier of the age, wooM te tzoaad tiM 
limiu of this work. 

9 Col. lAmbert aerred the eampaiga under Sir John Moore In 1800; expedition to Wakhareo; OadU, 
1810 and U ; Peninsula, 1819, IS, and 14; was A^Jatant at Coranoa and Barrosa. 

8 Col. Grant terred Sir John Moore's campaign in 1800, Indoding battle of Ooranna; eapadlttoa to Wal* 
cheren ; Peninsula, 1819, 18, and 14. 

4 Col. Ellison served at Cadla in 1811 ; the Peaiatnla in 1819, IS, aad 14; batttas of Qnatra Bnt mi4 
Waterioo, and taking of Paroone, 98th June^ 1818. EeoelTed the Braret tank of M^^ for hia nwidact ai 
Waterloo. 

6 Col. Hlgglnaott aerrad the cam^gn of 1800, Ineladtaig the battle of Conmaa. BerTadfai the Walihaw 
expedition, and in the Peninsola, la 1819, 18, and 14. 

6 CoL Clive lenred in the Peninsola In 1814. Prsaent at the battles of Qoatra Bras, aad WalarioOb m4 
takioK of Peronne. 

7 Col. Davlcs was wounded at Badalot* 

8 Col. Laicelles lerred la the Feniasala la 1614. Piasent at the battles of Qaatra Bnt aod WateftoOb 
aad taking of Peronne. 

Col. Boldero tenred at Cadis In 1810 aad U ; in the Peninsula In 1819 aad 18 ; aad la BoUaad hi 1SI4. 
Was ▲4JHtant at the battles of Quatre Bras, Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. 

10 Col. Pereeral terved in the Peninsula in 1818 and 14, and was lererelj wounded at Bayoaae, 14th ApefL 
1814. 

II CoL Johnston served In the Peninsula In 1814. Was present at the battles of QaatM Brat aad Wa- 
terloow sad taking of Peronne. 

12 Doctor Harrison Mrved in the Walcherra Expedition, 1800; at Cadis and In the Fmlaanla la 1811, t% 
and 18; expediUon to Holland, 1814; NMherlands and Prance fWmi 1614 tUl 1818. Pmaat at the aamnlt «r 
Hevitle, bonibardrnvnl of Antwerp, ktormlng of Bergen<op-Zoora, battles of Quatre Brat aad Walarloo, aad 
taking of Pvronnr. 
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Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards. 

« LINCELLES."— The SpUnXf with the words " EGYPT"—** TALAVERA"- 
" BAREOSA"— « PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



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His Royal Highness A. F. J>u^e of Cambridge, K.G. G.C.B. G.C.M.G. G.C.H. 
Lieut.'Gen. 24 Aug. 1798; Gen. 25 Sept. 03; Field- Marshal, 26 Nov. 13; 
Colonel, Coldstream Guards, 5 Sept. 05. 

Lieut." Colonel. 

9 i2ft Wm. LovelaceWalton,* Ens. p 8 May, 06; Lieut. & Capt. 7 Mar. 11 ; Capt. 
k Lieut.'Col. p 20 Feb. 23 ; Mq^or, with rank of Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lieut.-Col. 
P31 Dec. 38. 

Mqjors. 

9 Charles Augustus Shawe,' Sns. p 26 May, 08 ; Lieut. & Capt. p 23 April, 12 ; 

Capt. k, Lieut.'Col. p 28 April, 25 ; Mqjor, with rank of Col. p8 Aug. 37. 
9 H® George Bowles,' £ns. p 20 Dec. 04 ; Lieut. & Capt. p 1 Feb. 10 ; Brevet- 

Mqjor, 18 June, 15 ; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. 14 June, 21 ; Capt. k. Lieut.-Col. 

27May,25; JSrev^-Co/. 10 Jan. 37; ilfajorwith rank oiCoUmel^Sl Dec. 39. 

Captains & Lieut.- Colonels. 

9 Wi Chas. Ant Fred. Bentinck,^ Ens. 16 Nov. 08 ; Lieut, k Capt. 24 Sept. 12 ; 

Breoet-Me^or,!^ June, 15 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. 27 May, 25; Col. 28 June, 38. 
9 Thomas Chaplin,^ ^tu. p 18 April, 11 ; Lieut, k Capt. 6 Oct. 14 ; Lieut.-Col. 

P 15 Aug. 26. 
Henry John Wm. Bentinck, Em. 25 Mar. 13 ; Lieut, k Capt. 18 Jan. 20 ; Capt. 

k Lieut.-Col. p 16 May, 29. 
Wm. Henry Comwal], Ens. k Lieut. 10 Aug. 15 ; lAeut. k Capt. p6 Noy. 24 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 10 Feb. 32. 
Brinckman Broadhead, Ens. k Lieut, p 11 Sept. 17 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 28 April, 

25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 20 April, 32. 
Chas. Murray Hay, Ens. p20 April, 20 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 1 Nov. 21 ; Lieut, k 

Capt. P24 Dec. 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 22 June, 32. 
Wi Henry Gooch,« Ens. 23 July, 12; Lieut, k Capt.v2B Oct. 19; Capt. k 

Lieut.-Col. 26 Nov. 32. 
John Dawson Rawdon, Ens. 12 Dec. 22 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 30 Jan. 23 ; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 10 June, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 16 Nov. 33. 
Hon. Thos. Ashbumham, Ens. k Lieut, p 30 Jan. 23 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 22 June, 

26; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 27 Mar. 35. 
Wm. John Codrington, Ens. p 22 Feb. 21 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 24 April, 23 ; Lieut. 

k Capt. P 20 July, 26; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 8 July, 86. 
Ely Duodecimus Wigram, Ens. k Lieut, p 29 May, 23 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 1 Aug. 

26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 13 Jan. 37. 
Wm. Stewart Balfour, Ens. p 8 Feb. 21 ; Lieut, p 12 May, 25 ; Capt. p 17 June, 

26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P24 Feb. 37. 
Hon. James Hope, Ens. k Lieut, p 8 April, 24 ; Lieut, k Capt. P30 Dec. 26; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 8 Aug. 37. 
George Knox, Comet, p 15 May, 23 ; Lieut, p 15 June, 25 ; Capt. p 20 May, 26 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p 27 July, 38. 
Hon. Arthur Upton Ens. k Lieut, p 10 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, k Capt. Pl6 May, 29 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.'Col. p31 Dec. 39. 
Frederick Paget, Ensign, 20 Mar. 23 ; Ens. k Lieut. 24 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 4 June 29 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40. 

1 Col. Walton'f services :— Siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; campaigns of 1809, 1810, and the flrst part of 
1811, in the Peninsula, including the Passage of the Douro, twttles of Tialavera and Busaco, retreat to the 
Lines of Torres Vedras, and the subsequent advance to the Spanish frontier. Served also in Holland, Bel- 
flam and Prance, from Nov. 1818 to Nov. 1818, including the battle of Waterloo. 

9 Colonel Shawe served the campaigns of 1810, 1811, and part of 1812, in the Peninsula, Including the 
battle of Busaco. Served also in Holland and Belgium finom Nov. 1818 to Sept. 1814, and was severely 
wounded at Beigen-op-Zoom. 

a Colonel Bowles served in the north of Germany in 1805 k 6, under Lord Catbcart. Present at the siege 
and capture of Copenhagen in 1607. In ttie Peninsula from 1809 to 1814 (excepting the winters of 1810 and 
I IX and wasprsaentat the passage of the Douro ; battles ofTalavera, Salamanca, and Vittoria; sieges of Ciudad 
Bodrigo, Bad^Joc, Burgos, and San Sebastian ; capture of Madrid ; passages of the Bidassoa, Nlvelle, Nive, 
and Adonr ; and the investment of Bayonne. Present at the battlea of Quartre Bras and Waterloo, and at 
the capture of Paris. 

4 Colonel Charles Bentinck was wounded at Barroea. 

5 CoL ChufHin was severely wounded at St. Sebastian. 

6 Col. Oooeh served in Holland in 1814, and commanded an advanced party In protection of the ladders 
•ft the attack on Bergen-op*Zoom. Present with the Light Companies of the second Brigade of Guards at 
tba battle of Quatre Bias, and assisted in the defence of Hougoamont at the battle of Waterloo. 

147 



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Captains. 
Hon. E. B. Wilbraham.. 

Xord M. W. Graham 

John Henry Princjle .... 
John Chriatic Clithcrow . . 
Gordon Dmmmond .... 

Lard Fred. Paulet 

Christ. WUmot Horton . . 

John Forbes 

Robert Vanslttart 

Charles Ash Windham . . 
Chas. Philip Wilbraham 
James Loftus Elrington. . 

Henry Daniell 

Hon. Rob. Edw. Boyle.. 

Frederick HalkeU 

Rich. Samuel Hulse 

Stephen Rowley Conioy 
Hon, F. W. C. Villiere . . 

Henry Brand 

J. Da Pre,l^/of Caledon 
George John Johnson . 
Wm. Samuel Newton . . . 
Hon, Charles Grlmston. 

Ensions and Lieuts 

Geoxge V. Mundy 

Peter James Bathurst . 
Egerton C. W. M. Milman 

Hon. Lonis Hope 

Spencer Perceval 

Hon. A. E. Paget Graves 
Matthew Edw. Tiemey.. 
Wm. Capel Clayton .... 
Hon. T. Vesey Dawson . . 

Thomas M. Steele 

J. A. Vesey Kirkland 

Adolphus F. A. Woodford 

Jas. Richard Wigram 

John Wingfleld S. Fraser 

Charles H. White 

Charles Lygon Cocks . . 



CORNET, 
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P 8 Aug. 371 
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Aiffutants. 
C. W. Horton, (Captain) 10 Feb. 32. 
Lord Fred. Paulet {Captain) 25 Deo. 38. 
Quarter-MoiterM, — William Morse, 2 June, 36. 
Thomas Lee, 25 July, 37. 

6* Surgeon'Mqior.— f CB W. Hunter,' M.D. 16 Mar. 38; Surg. 4 Sept, 36; 

Astiit.'Surg. 10 Feb. 14. 
9f^ Battalum-Surgmm.—^Xi F. Gilder. 16 Mar. 38 ; Amtt-Surg. 9 Jane, 14. 

Asristant'Surgeons. 
James Weddcrbam, 21 Oct. 36. 
Edw. Greatrex, 16 Nov. 26 ; Hotp.'Attist. 24 Nov. 26. 
Wm. Tbos. Chris. Robinson, 23 Mar. 38. 
j^icitor.— William George Carter, 29 Jan. 24. 

Faeingt Blwt—Agentf Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1st Battalion returned from FrancCy July, 1814.] 
2d Battalion embarked for Canada April, 1838.] 
7 Doctor Biuiter Mrrcd in iLe Pt* niiMiUa, uul wa* pretiiit during Uic blockade of Bayoiinc. 



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Scots Fusilier Gttards, 

•' UNCELLES"— The •*fl!pAy«*," with the words, "EGYPT*— "TALA VERA"— " BARROSA** 

"PENINSULA"—** WATERLOO." 



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Colonel, 
62 George James, JSarl Ludlow,* G.C.B. £ru, 17 May, 1778; Lievt. & CaptA^ 
Full Half March, 81 ; Capt & Lieut.-Col. 24 Nov. 90; Col. 21 Aug. 95 ; Mqjor-Gen. 
P*j. Pay. 18 June, 98 ; Lieia,'Gen. 30 Oct. 1805 ; Oen. 4 June, 14 ; Co?. Scots Fusilier 
Guards, 30 May, 36. 

Lieut.' Colonel. 
35 9 John Aitchison, » Em. p 25 Oct. 05 ; Lieut. & Capt. 22 Nov.lO : Capt, & Lieut. 
Col. P 15 Dec. 14; Mqjor, with rank of CoU P20 May, 36 ; Lieut. -CoU p 11 
Aug. 37. 

Majors. 

35 09 Wm. Henry Scott,* Ens. 27 Oct. 06, Lt.k Capt. 28 Mar. 1 1 ; Capt. Sc Lt.- 

Col. 5 July, 15 ; Brevet-Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Mt{jor,with rank of Col. p 11 Aug. 37. 

34 yCSI William Dnimmond,* Ens. p20 March, 06; Lieut, k Capt. 24 Oct. 11 ; 

Brevet-Mqjory 18 June, 15; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P4 Jnly, 16; Brevet-Col. 

10 Jan. 37; Mt(jor, with rank of Col. p 1 Nov. 39. 

Captains and Lieut.- Colonels. 
28 SSI Berkeley Drummond,' Ens. 5 March, 12 ; Lieut, k Capt. 4 July, 15 : 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. V 21 Dec. 26. 
28 WL George Douglas Standen,^ Ens. 19 March. 12 ; Lieut, k Capt. 6 July, 15 ; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 12 July, 27. 
27 ^9 WUliam Thomas KnoUys, " Ens. 9 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, k Capt. 25 Sept. 17 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p31 Dec. 27. 

27 ^ Henry ColvUe, Ens. p 29 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, k Capt. v 6 Nov. 17 ; Capt. k Lieut. 
Co?.P6July, 30. 

28 3^ 9 Henry Robert Digby,' Ens, p26 Jan. 09 ; Lieut, p 1 March, 10 ; Capt. p 2 Dec. 
13 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 20 July, 30. 

26 SB Han. Hen. Montagu," Ens. 21 April, 14; Lieut, k Ca/i^P 12 June, 23: 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 21 Sept. 32. 

26 Hon. J. Craven Westenra, Ejts. 4 May, 14; Cjapt. p23 Sept. 24; Capt. k 
Lieut.-Col. P9 Aug. 33. 

26 Philip James Yorke, Ens. 5 May, 14 ; Lieut, k Capt.Pft^ Feb. 25 : Capt. k 
Lieut.-Col. P7 Aug. 35. 

21 George Dixon, Ens. k Lieut, p 20 Jan. 20 ; Capt. p 8 April, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.- 
Col. P^^Ay, 26. 

20 Hon. C. Beaumont Phipps, Ens. k Lieut, p 17 Aug. 20; Lieut, k Capt. P12 
Oct. 26; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P26 May, 37. 

18 6^ John George Robinson, Ens. k Lieut. 23 Jan. 17; Lieut, k Capt. p 5 June, 27 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 12 Aug. 37. 

16 Patrick Fitz Roy W. Campbell", 2mf Lieut. 13 Jan. 25 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 14 July, 
25 ; Lieut, k Capt. p3 July, 29; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. ^ 9 Nov. 38. 

18 A George Morton Eden, Ens. p 18 July,22 ; Lieut, p 10 Sept. 25; Capt. P 12 Dec. 26; 

Major, P 11 Oct. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. p 20 May, 36. 
15 Wm. Fred. Snell, Ens. k Lieut, p 13 Aug. 25; Lieut, k Capt. p4 July, 29; 

Brevet-M({jory 13 Aug. 31 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 1 Nov. 39. 

17 Brownlow Wm. Knox, Ens. 8 Jan. 24 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 13 Aug. 25; Lieut, k 
Capt. P 15 June 30; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 1 Nov. 39. 

14 Oeoiige Moncrieffe, Ens. k Lieut. p8 April, 26; Lieut, k Capt, p6 July, 30; 

' Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40. 

1 Lord Ludlow aenred In the American war, and was made prisoner at York Town. In 179S he Joined 
tb« army in Flanden, and aerred in the diflWrent actions of that and the following campaign until wounded, 
the 17th Maj, 1794, near Rouhaiz, when, having lost his left arm, he returned to Ensland. Lord L. accom* 
panled Sir James Pultenej to the Perrol, took part in the Egyptian campaign in 1801 ; commanded a dlvi- 
sioo in the expedition to Hanover in 1805; and was present at the capture of Copenhagen in 1807. 

2 Col. Aitchison accompanied the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807. In 1808 proceeded with the army 
under Sir Arthur Welleslej to the Peninsula, and was present at the passage of tlie Douro, taking of 
Oporto, and subsequent pursuit of Soult'a armjr. At Talavera he was wounded in the arm while carrying 
the King's colour, which was also shot through. He served In the campaigns of 1810, 12, 18, and 14, and 
was present at Busaco, Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos battle of Vittoria, siege of San 
Sebastian, St. Jean de Lus, passage of the Adour, battle of the Nivc, Investment of and sortie from Bayonne. 

4 Colonel Scott proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the passage of the Douro, capture 
of Oporto, and subsequent retreat of Soult's army. Wounded through the body at Talavera, and being left 
there in hospital, was made prisoner by the enemy. 

6 Colonel Wm. Drummond served in the Peninsula from 1800 to 1812, including the battles of Busaco, 
and Fuentes d'Onor, the retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, and subsequent advance from thence. Serred 
also the eampaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombardment of Antwerp, and storming of Bergen-op- 
Zoom. Preaent at Qoatre Bras and Waterloo. 

Coloael B. Drummond served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the storming of Bergen-op« 
Zoom. Prssent at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

7 OoUmal Staaden served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombardment of Antwerp, and 
stonniaf of Bergea-op-Zoom. Present at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

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Uw CDd of tba 



Fred. Henry Tomer . . . 
J. T. Goldle Tanbman . 
Nathaniel Micklethwalle 

Henry Bathnrtt 

Wm. Fred. Elrington. . 
Edw. Waller Walker. . 
Chaa. John Jas. Hamilton . . 
Frai. Hugh Qeo. Seymour . 
Delni Seymour Daviea. . 
J7tm. Geo. A. P. Llddelt 
Frederick Brasdreth . . 

Frederick Bomilly 

R.F. B. Bushbrooke.. 

Ednrard Qage* 

Hon. Alex. Nelson Hood . 
John Biniu Wall .... 
Robert Moortom .... 
Arthur Edw, Ontlow . . 
Hon. David Hen. Murray r 

Jas. Hunter Blair 

Chas. Fraacii Sey^nour.. 
William John Ridley..,. 
Hon. C. Grantham Scott . 
Chai, TyrwfaittJonc* . 
Mort. Percy Dnmimoni: 
Bnbiohs and Lieute 
Edvard John Btiacey . 

John Dalrymple 

Hon. Geo. Anaon Byron 

Charle* Do Salis 

Hon. J. C. Plant Hurray . 
F, Chas. A. SlephenMU. . . 
Chaa. A.nti-H. Berkeley p 
'niomaa Harcourt Powell ■ 
John H. E. Dalrymple . , 
Piw. Hastbigt Ruasell . . 
Geo. Ang. Couitantine, 

Barl lif Mulyravt 

Robl. Damet Rodney . . 

Hon. Ppencer Lyltleton , . 

Hen, Percival De Bathe 

Sir A, K, Macdonald.Bf. P 

Lord Oerald Fiti Oermtd . 

Geo. Henry Cavendlah . 

A)^tamU.—V. H, O. Seymour, {Captain) 17 Auj;. 32. 

D. 8. Davie*, {Captain) 14 April, 37. 
Quarter- Jfofin-i.— Hit Jowpfa Aston," Aug. 33. 

V ea George Copeland," 7 April, 37. 
Surgttm-Mtfjor.—^ CM Samuel Good," 24 Peb. 37 ; Sttrg. 35 Dec. 13 ; A»- 

litt-Svrg. 30 Feb, 06, 
BaNat.-Surg«in.—Wni. Henry Judd, 18 July, 37 ; Auitt.-Sttrg. I Jan. 18. 
Atilttmt-Sitrgtont. — Thomai RkhardMD, 4 Dec. S3. 

John Bowling, 13 July, 37. 
Solieitor.—wamet WUmer, 97 Dec. 33. 

Foctn^ Blue. — Agent, Venn. Cox and Co. 

artuH/BT IMl PcntKtmla Dk. IM», owl rtunud from Frmntt Jftlf, KILI 
frrdulfitlltrlimdtKte. 161% rnKdrttunudframFraaeiJa^iaie. Svwrite 
Ptrtvamtfrrm Brc. ISM U MarcM, IM. 
Dt at t£* Soma tn— ■" - 
Owdiin 




ir HnuT bdllna m4 



Ut {or the Royal) RegmiaU of Foot 



'* £ginont-op-Zee."—'< 8t Lucia."— T%« Sphinx, with the words, " Egypt"— " Corunna"— 
" Bmaco" — " Salamanca" — " Vittoria" — " St Sebastian" — " Nive" — " Peninsula"— 
'* Niagara "— *' Waterloo"- « Nagpoie"— « Mahddpoor"— « Ava." 

Colonel, 
9 Thomas Lord Lynedoch,> O.C.B. k G.C.M.G. Lieut.-CoL 10 Feb. 1794 j CoL 
22 July, 05 ; Mqjor-Gen, 26 Sept. 1803 ; Lieut.-Oen, 26 July 10 : Gen, 10 
July 21 ; Col, of the Royals, 12 Dec. 34. 

Lieut,'ColoneU, 

1 John Carter,' K.H. Ens, p June, 99 ; Lieut, P 2 July, 96 ; Capt, p 81 Dec. 06 ; 
Mi^or, 11 Dec. 13 ; Lieut.-Col. p3 Mareh, 26 ; Col 28 June, 38. 

2 Geo. Augustus WetheraU,* C.B. k K.H. Lieut, 7th Fusiliers, 29 July, 95 ; 
Capt, 13 May, 06 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 12 Aug. 19 ; BegtL-Mqjor, Breoet- Lieut.- 
Col, 11 Dec. 24 j BegtL'Lieut.'Col. p 7 Aug. 28 ; Col, 28 June, 38. 

Mqjort.—l 9 Robert Mullen,* K.H. A4;, 2 Aug. 01 j JBns. 26 June, 02; 
Lieut, 26 May, 04 ; Capt. 26 Aug. 09 j Brevet-Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; RefftL- 
MqjoTj 8 Aug. 33. 

1 Charlea Deane,' K.H. Comet, 5 Sept. 04; Lieut, p6 July, 06: Capt, 
P 6 Dec. 18 ; Mt^fyr, p 1« June, 35. 

2 Richard Bennett, <> Ent, 16 March, 21 ; Lieut, p 26 Aug. 23 : Capt, p 3 Aug. 
26; Jlfq/or, P 10 March, 37. 

2 Dugald M'Nicol, Ent, 16 Nov. 09; Lieut, 23 July, 12; Capt. p 19 Nov. 
26 ; Mqjor, 23 May, 38. 



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40 


6 


39 





33 


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27 





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14 





14 





16 


3 


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9 





10 





9 





21 





8 





8 






Captains. 

2 9 George Bell® 

2 Burton Daveney .... 

2 George Goodall^ 

2 Ed.A.G.Muller*®.... 
1 QaiiR.Blacklin >!.... 
1 A.B. Montgomery . . . . 

1 Thomas Graham . . . . 

2 H. P. Raymond . . . . 

1 Thomas NickoU " 

2 Richard Going 

2 John Mayne 

2 Henry Alex. Kerr. . . . 

1 Wm. MacPherson . . . . 

2 Trevor Davenport. . . . 
1 F. G. Urquhart 

1 David S. Cooper . . . . 

2 A. A. Macnicol 

1 John Sampson *' . . . . 

1 John Money Carter . . 

2 Lord Chas. Beauclerk 



BNBIGN. 



14 Mar. 11 
27 April 20 
P 9 Sept. 13 
3 Feb. 20 
18 July 16 
25 Nov. 24 

21 May 26 
9 April 25 

23 May 05 
9 April 26 

22 June 26 
P 17 Aug. 26 
P 22 Nov. 21 

8 June 30 
P 18 Nov. 31 
P 29 June 30 
P 23 Dec. 31 
29 Nov. 10 
18 May 32 
P 14 Dec. 32 



LIEUT. 



17 Feb. 14 

P 7 July 26 

P 1 Aug. 22 

11 Aug. 26 

13 July 20 

30 Oct. 26 

P 27 April 27 

P 17 May 27 

29 April 06 

P 2 Feb. 27 

P 12 April 27 

22 Mar. 32 

22 Sept. 26 

P 22 Mar. 33 

P 16 Aug. 33 

P 10 May 33 

P 23 May 34 

9 Dec. 13 

P 7 Aug. 35 

P 6 Feb. 36 



CAPTAIN. 



P 7 Aug. 28 
P 8 Nov. 27 

18 May 32 
P 11 Jan. 33 
8 Aug. 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 21 Mar. 34 
8 April 26 
P 19 June 35 
P 6 Feb. 30 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P 17 Sept. 36 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 14 April 37 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P 9 Feb. 38 

23 May 38 
P 17 Sept. 39 
P 20 Dec. 39 



BRET. M AJ. 



29 Mar. 39 



28 June 38 



1 Lord Ljrnedocb bu reeeivfld a cra*« for Bairota, Ciodaii Rodrt^*t VUioria. aiMl bt. S«batti«u. 

S Cal. CariOT was craMDC in naajr of ibc actioiu of tbc Mahntu wart ■bo conmandad the Oranadiera of the 84ib ai tha 
tafciM of the lal« of Franca. 

S Col. Wctbcrall waa inaction with • aonadron of Frcncb frigatea in tbo Moaanbiqna channel in Jane 1810 ; in the attack 
of a Moadron of French fricatca in Port ^. E. of the lale of France In Jnljr ISIO. At the attack and coaqaeat of Java in ISIl* 
•a Aid-do-Canip to Major-Oenenl Watbarall. 

4 Maj<ir Mullan waa j^acnt at the capture of St. Martin and Su Thomaa in 1801 i and of Demerara* Eaquibo, and Ber- 
Mce, in 8e|»C. 1808 1 attack and capture of Guadaloupe in Feb. 1810, on which occasion, alihonfh a captain* and holdinf the 
a«oV appointment nf Town M^jor of St. Ann's, Barbadoea, and atnimaud of the detachments of tha armr in that conntrjr, be 
v«iantoercd to proceed as a sybaJteni with a irorapany of the 1st Battalion, which formed a port of toe 1st Lirht Infantry 
Battalion apon that espedition, and rctifrned his siav appointment for that pnrpose. Present at the aSair of the Pass of 
Osma in Spnin en the 18th ; and at the battle of Vittoria. Set June, 1813 1 sieire of St. Sebastian, and in the aasault, Vlh 
Jnly, ISIJ, whew the command of the Srd Battalion devolved on him, ell bis senior* bavini been either killed or severely 
wwnndod. The toes sastained bv the Srd Baualion in this neaanlt waa 16 oflBcers ont of 31, end apwards of 100 nen-«om- 
■mioned oAcera and nrivatee killed and wounded. 

o Maior Daane served the ampaiRn of 1809 etalnst the R^ab of Lahore. Preaent at the siege of Hatinis and other forte in 
tS17« Served in the Bumeee war in m end 6. 

a Major Bennett served in tha Burmese war, and was made prisoner S4th Nov. 182B, when rotnining sick firom Prome to 
Rangoon, and taken by the enemy to Ava, the cepital, and after having experienced the moat barbarona Itcetmentf he waa 
given •• to Sir ArrbilMid Cam^wll ISth reb. 18SS6. Received e wound over the left temple when taken. 

8 Motor Bell served in the Peninsula fIrom July IBll ro Aug. 1814, including Arrojo de Melino, Vittoria, Pyreneea* 7th, 
3a<h, Sfth, nth, end Slst July, 1818. Nivelle, Nive, BayontM, Orthcs, end Tonlente, beaide* a |roat many affairs and skir- 
asiahea. Sorved in the Burmese war. Actively employed during the rebellion in Canade, particniarly at the capcnre of St. 
Charloa, and 8c. Enetache i he afterwards commanded the Fort end garrison of Coceau.dn-Lec. an important poeition on 
the Frontier, end received the thenka of Sir John Colborne for his eaerttons in recovering the guns and shot from the bottom 
of tiM River, and mounting them in poeition when it was reported impracticable : the guns wore S4>ponnders, sixteen of 
wbicfc end 4^000 round shot he recovered in thr depth of winter, in the very face of the rebels. 

P Capt. Goodall served the cnmoaign of 1814 in Holland, including the action at Merenai, operatieu before Antwerp, 
nmd nctoch on'Bcrgen-op-Zoom, wbcrc be was severely wounded. 

M {?9f this and other notoi, sec next pegc] 

161 



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30 

23 

20 

16 

16 

16 

13 

10 

10 

8 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 

5 

5 

10 

5 

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4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
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21 

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8 
11 



17 
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JBNtilUN. 

Lieutenants. 

2 James Richardson *^ 1 7 April 20 

1 John WelU Butt | p 16 Jan. 16 

1 John MaUen 13 July 20 



2 Aug. H. Ormsby " 
1 Tyrrell M. Byrne.. 
1 Charles Curtis 

WiUiam Webster.. 

Geo. Rich. Campsie 

Fred. Nicholson . . 

Henry R. Marindin j p 1 1 Jan. 

Arch. C. Sanderson i p 15 Feb. 



29 June 24 

30 June 24 
10 Feb. 25 
20 Feb. 27 

5 Nov. 12 

13 June 30 

38 

33 



Don G. An^s Darroch . . . . 

'nM.n»r'.s Scott Hawkins . . . . 

William Little Stewart 

2 Henry Draper Neville 

2 £r(m.C.DawsonP]unkett. . . . 

2 Frederick R. Meln 

2 Edw. Robert Wetherall 

2 Daniel Lysons 

2 David Green 

2 John Edward Sharp 

1 Fra. L. Whitniore 

1 p Arthur Gray'* 

1 Arthur Cocsar Hawkins . . . . 

2 James P. Gore 



EN8ION8. 

Thomas J. Parker . . 

Edward C. Mullen . . 

W. H. Courtcnay . . . . 

Walter Mitchelson . . 

J. D. Windham 

Frederick Moor .... 

Edward V. Keane . . . 

Charles Y. Edvcombe 

Edward S. Claremont 

Alexander Gordon . . 

John M^Court 

Andrew Anderson .. 

Cha. Evered Poole . 

Arthur Newland 

John Henry Dickson . . 
Granville G. Wells 



P 22 Mar. 33 
P 20 Mar. 33 
P 12 April 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 
P 11 Oct. 33 

22 Oct. 33 
P 27 June 34 
P 20 Dec. 34 
P 30 Dec. 34 
P 24 April 35 
P 7 Aug. 35 

11 July 11 
P 5 Feb. 36 
P 6 Feb. 36 



P 18 Mar. 36 
P 26 Aug. 36 
P17 Sept. 36 
P 20 Jan. 37 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 14 April 37 
P 23 Aug. 37 
P 2 Feb. 88 
P 9 Feb. 38 
6 April 38 

13 July 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 10 May 39 
P 18 Sept. 39 

15 Not. 39 
P 20 Dec. 39 



LI BUT. 



3 Nov. 25 

2 Mar. 26 

3 Mar. 26 

22 Mar. 26 

23 Mar. 26 
19 Feb. 27 



10 Capl. Mailer mn*4 la 
th« Bttrm«M war. 
' II Capi. BlarfcHtt, tcrva^ 
«ith th« SnI Butt. Koiah 
■t Quair* bra* Ifth J»a», 
lb« retreat on the 17>ki •* 
; W ateriua an tkc IStll. (tt 
< wbich leal he wet w«itmi«d) 
' Bu4 with tbe ermr of mh.«- 
"~ ~ ' I petto* IB I'reoeo in 1J»I4 k. 

P 24 Aug. 32 ! 16. Embarked le jeia iba 

UT..1.. 1 A , Sod batialion in ibe Ean 
July 14 i„4iea. and •er«e4 oitb tbe 

P 24 April 35 I """y '• *V».?ri«".. It! 

P 1 8 Mar. «5o tb* paraoit of tbe Nagpora 

»* ^o mar. oo ,,„j„|^,,„,n,^„tioBtaa4 

P 26 Aug. 36 •kirmiahea. Ser»«4 wit. 



P 17 Sept. 36 
13 Jan. 37 
P 20 Jan. 37 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 14 April 37 
P 22 Aug. 37 



Sir John Uoveton'a Torce in 
puranit oT lb* IN^iabwa | the 
aieoe of Aaaeerf bet in 1819. 
aadroaiaaHdcdtbe leadiai 
runpany nt the atMnlt. 
borveJ with Ibe lat Bait, 
itt iba Wmt liidica. 

12 Mai. Ntckoll was at tba 
taking oi tbe Dtniab ialaotfa 
nf St. CrolK and M. Tbenu 



P ^>*\ Anir 07 inl!«7. Thanked In pobtic 
f ,*0 AUg. Oi 'order for drivin||a«a]r{« lib 

P 2 Feb. 38 ' "»• ••■*»« e^^P'-y « »*• 

^ ^ . ^.^ 90tb) an Aweriraa pn«atc«r 



e\ -n r oi> 90tb) an A«i«riran pn« alter 

9 Feb. 38 * or Ur«« torre tfoa of Bur. 

badoca in 181S. Senod da> 

ring tbe war in Canada in 

1814. 



10 May 39 
4 Feb. 16 
P 18 Sept. 39 ' .»." ^■**- .*""P^5 

*v k'v^K. v»«* , jIj^ eampoitn in Tnaraay, 
P 20 Dec. 39 and waam Iheartiea before 
I Genoa, and el ibc leplere 
I nf that eitjr in 1914. Served 
in tbe expedition tu the Cbeaapoak, and «•• 
in the eriioii of Bladenahnreh, nad at the cap- 
ture of Waahington, 94lh Aitg. 181^ Preaeai 
in tba action before Belt mora SMpl. 1814. 
Sarred in Floriila, end waa in the action belore 
New Orleana 8cb Jan. 18U. 

14 Li.Kicbardaon aerred in tb« Bnrante war. 

lA Lieot. Omaby aonred in ibo Bn i i n eaa war 
from K<.pl. I8S4 to Jan. ISM. and waa pmeat 
at the aiege and rapture of Aracnn, an« ^m iha 
Talack ftpcdiiion. Mentioned tn Col. Ha* 
tberall'a oeapatch Ibr diatingoiabed gallaotrr 
in action with ibo rrbcia ai Si. Eoeiacka and 
St. Bcaoit, in Canada, 14th Dec. 1837- 

18 Lioul. Gray aer«ed in the Poninpula from 
1811 to the end of the war, including the baiiia 
of Salananca 1 an r render of Reiiro^ Madrid s 
opera lion a before, aieto, and alorwtnc *f iba 
brearhee at Borraa : baillee t4 Vitloria, the 
Pyreneoa, Nivella, and Orthca, beaidea a (real 
many afTairt nnd aktrniiab«a. l$er«od the cam- 
paicn of ISU in Nennnl nnrlnding iho battle 
of llarriaporo) t ana Ilia Mahraila cannatgnt 
of 1817 klS. 

17 PajmaalerMllchell acronaponiad biiicffi* 
ment to the Cane of Good Hona, Mania Vidro, 
Poriuxal, Spain, Sicily, Holland* flaaders 
'and Waterloo. 

05. 



D^ .-.«^-,. S 1 • Wffllam MitcheD," 13 Aug. 12 ; Asnst.-Pttum. 
Paymasters, - J ^ y.^ GnmviUe Sha^, 1 Apr«, 27. 

... . . i 2 E. R. Wetherall, (LUvt.) 16 Feb. 38. 
il^yitfojitt.— ^ 1 j^^jj M'Court, (Em.) 9 Nov. 38. 

Quarter^Mastert, 

1 Alexander Iiiikch,88 Dec. 32 ; Ent. 9 Nov. 15. 

2 Charles Pieters, 26 June, 35 ; JEru. 4 Aug. 14 ; Lieut. 9 Sept. 19. 

Surffeont. 

2 G. R. Dartnelly 4 Jan. 30 ; Asngt.-Surg. 20 Oct. 25 ; Hofp.-AstUt. 30 Nov. 20. 
1 John Hutchison, 6 Sept 39 ; Attt.-Surg. 24 April, 17; Hotp.-Atst, 28 JDne,15. 

ri Geoifre Clerihew, M.D. 2 Nov. 32. 
A '^ A cf ^^* J ^ ^co« Gordon Robertson, M.D. 12 Aog. 34. 
Atsutani'Surgeons.-< ^ ^jejander Knox, M.D. 12 April, 33. 

^1 Cardinal Brewster, 30 Oct. 38. 
Facings Blue — Agent , Messrs. Cox k, Co. 
[\st Battalum emharhedfer Foreign Servieey 25 Nov. 39. Serving at OthraUar.] 
r24l Battalion embarked for Canada, 6 Julp, 96.] 



^tr!ue!ii^^] 2nrf {or Que€7t's Rayat) Regiment of Foot. 



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45 



41 



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26 



18 
27 
31 
20 
26 
23 
21 
20 
12 
20 

16 

14 

13 

13 

14 

14 

10 

9 

9 

8 

10 

7 

6 

5 

9 

7 

5 

5 

3 

3 

5 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
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13 

15 
25 
13 
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ft 




rSenring in the 
L Bast Indiei. 

Th4 Ptuchal Lamd," with the mottot " PrUtifta virtutU mrnwr** and "l^«i «x«crut (r««ia- 
pAonf." The Qw^tfn'j Cifphtr within the Garter, liaTlnp theCrown over It. On the Grenadiers' Caps, 
the King** Creit and the i^uttn'i Cyp/ur and Crorvn ; and on the Drums the QM««n'« Cyphtr, 
The Sphinx, with the words « EGYPT"— "VI MIERA"—"CORUNNA"—" SALAMANCA"— 
" VITTORIA "— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE "— " TOULOUSE "— " PENINSULA." 

Colonel. 
9 Wi Bt. Hon, Sir James Kempt,* G.C.B.G.C.H., Bns. 31 Mar. 1783 ; Lieut. 

18 Aug. 84 j Capt. 30 May, 94 ; Afajor, 18 Sept. 94 ; Lieut.-CoL 28 Aug. 99 ; 

Co/. 9 March, 00; Mqjor-Gen. 1 Jan. 12; Lieui.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Co2. 

of the Queen's Royals, 23 Dec. 34. 
Lieut.'Colonels.—9 Sir Thos. Willshire,' K.C.B. Sns. June, 96; Lieut. 6 Sept. 

95; Capt, 28 Aug. 04 ; Brevet-Major, 21 Sept. 13 ; Brevet- Lieut, -Col, 4 Dec. 

16 ; Bcgtl.-Major, 10 Sept. 23 ; Begtl.-Lieut.-CoL 30 Aug. 27; Col, 10 Jan. 37. 
John Gregory Buumgordt,' Stu, 1 Aug. 98; Lieut. 20 March, 01; Capt. 10 

Jan. 10; Mqjor, P21 Oct. 24; Lieut.-Col. p9 June, 26; Co/. 28 June, 38. 
^ryor*.— Redmond Wm. Brough, Em. 10 March, 07 ; Lieut. 15 July, 08 ; 

Capt. P 10 Jan. 22 ; M({jor, 29 May, 35. 
Richard Carruthers, Etu, 19 May, 14 ; Lieut, 25 Jan. 25; Capt. P 16 April, 29 ; 

Mnjtrr, v 19 Feb. 36 ; Brevet- Lieut, -Col. 23 July, 89. 





ft 


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13 



1 






























3ft 





Captains. 



KNSiaN. 



Geo. Dalhouoie J. Raitt ^ 
John Good S. Gilland . . 
William Greenville .... 
Wm. Martin Lyster .... 

Thomas Meldrum 

John Carney 

9n Mount S. H. Lloyd ^ 

Oliver Robinson^ 

Thomas Sealy 

George Stirling 

Lieutenants. 

Wm. Nicol Ralph 

George V. Hamilton .... 

Peter Grehan 

James Stirling 

Henry Reynolds 

Thomas Wingate 

MedwinR. Pilfold 

Hugh Halkett 

Jas. Egbert Simmons * . . 
St. George Hen. Stock . . 
Stanhope Wm. Jephson . . 
Hon, Edw.Arth.W. Kcane 

G. N. K. A.Yonge* 

Grodfrey Piercy 

J. Aug. Macdonald 

Edward Honcywood .... 
Hen. Wm. Stisted * .... 
Thos. W. E. Holdsworth 
Douglas John Dickinson 

Thomas Addison 

Henry Cole Faulkner. . . . 

Henry Piercy 

Ensigns. 

J. Hardle Kippen 

Frederick Connor 

Robert Stephenson .... 

Henry Cox 

Louis J. M'Pherson 

Charles Darby 

Demetrius W. G. James . . 



6 Feb. 23 

31 Dec. 12 

9 Mar. 09 

19 Feb. 17 
P22July 13 

20 Feb. 17 
16 Dec. 13 

5 Oct. 20 

P27 Nov. 28 

4 May 20 

26 Jan. 26 
2 Feb. 14 
P 8April26 
P 10 Jan. 28 
P 8 Oct. 25 
P 13 May 26 
1 Feb. 31 
P 23 Aug. 31 

20 Jan. 32 
P 20 April 32 
P26 Nov. 30 

15 Feb. 33 
P22 Aug. 34 
P 24 July 35 
P 10 May 81 
P 14 June 33 
P 4 Dec. 35 
P 15 Jan. 36 
P 30 June 87 

16 Sept. 37 
P 13 Nov. 35 
P 9 Mar. 38 

P 3 Aug. 88 

P 29 Sept. 38 

P 23 Mar. 38 

14 Dec. 38 

6 Sept. 39 

6 Sept. 39 

P 81 Jan. 40 



LIEUT. 



12 May 25 
19 Feb. 17 

12 Dec. 11 
14 June 21 
27 Mar. 17 

P 3 Jan. 22 

2 Mar. 16 

24 Jan. 25 

P 16 Mar. 31 

10 Feb. 26 

29 Aug. 26 
29 Oct. 29 
26 Nov. 80 
21 Aug. 81 
1 Mar. 83 
17 May 30 

16 Mar. 34 

17 Mar. 34 
29 May 36 

13 Sept. 36 
P 19 Feb. 86 
Pll Mar. 36 

29 June 37 
16 April 38 

11 May 38 
P 28 July 38 
P29 Sept. 38 
P 14 Dec. 88 

30 Jan. 39 
81 Jan. 89 

p 18 May 89 
30 Dec. 89 



CAPTAIN. DREV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



P 7 June 31 

20 Aug. 31 

P 1 Jan. 19 

P22 Mar. 33 

8 Mar. 34 

29 May 36 

13 Sept. 35 

P 19 Feb. 36 

P 16 June 37 

6 Mar. 89 

1 Sir James Kempt has re- 
ceived a Cross and three Clasps 
for Halda, Bad^Joa, Vittorla, 
Nlvelle, Nive, Orthes, and Tou- 
louse, and was severely wound- 
ed at Waterloo. 

2 Sir T. Wlllshire's sorvioes : 
Battles of Holeia and Vimiera; 
campaign and bottle of Co- 
runna ; expedition to Walche- 
ren ; Peninsula ftvm June, 
1812 to May, 1814, includiuf 
battle of Salamanca (twlca 
wounded); retreat from Bur- 
gos, and action at Villa Mu- 
riUa 25th Oct. 1812; battle of 
Vittoria; first assault of Saa 
Sebastian ; also second assault 
and capture; crossing the Bi- 
dassott ; Nirelle; Nive,9th, 10th, 
and 11th Dec. 1818. Repulsed 
with SOO men the attack of 
10,000 Caffrcs upon the open 
village of Graham's Town, on 
the frontiers of the Cape of 
Good Hope; capture of Klttoor^ 
in the Dooab, E. Ind. Dec. 1824. 

S CoL Baumgardt was pre- 
sent at every siege, battle, an<l 
in every campaign in which the 
8th Hussars were eng. in India. 
4 Capt. Raltt, Lieuts. Simmons, Stisted, and 
Hadley were slightly wounded ; Capt. Biobla* 
son, and Lieut. Yonge, severely, in the assault 
and capture of the fortress and citadel of Ghuz- 
nee, in Aff^hanistan, 2S July, 1880. 

6 Capt. Lloyd was at Waterloo IS'h Jane ; 
taking of Cambray, 24th June, 1816, and cap- 
ture of Paris. Served one campaign latter part 



of 1826 against the "SLa^Kh of Kolapore. 
Paymagter, — James Moore, 18 Aug. 87 ; Ent. 6 Feb. 27 ; Lieut. 20 Aug. 81. 
Adjutant. — Jas. Egbert Simmons, (Ziet^.) 11 June, 36. 

Quarter-Master.^W. H. S. Hadley/ 12 Aug. 36 ; EnM, 10 Ap. 25, Lt.24 Sept. 81 . 
Surg.^'f Wi Win. H. Yottng,^ 4 Sept. 28 -, Asnst.-S. 4 Feb. 13; H. A. 19 Dec. 1 1 . 
Assist.-Surg. — Rob. Hope Alston Hunter, 15 June, 80 ; Hotp.-Asst. 10 Jan. 27. 
James Jopp, M.D., 22 Feb. 39. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Mr. Lawrie, Charles-street, St. James's. 
Dr. Young served In the Peninsula, from March, 1811 to Feb. 1818, Including the siefe of Badi^foi, 
April, 1813, and battle of Salamanca. Served also the campaigns of 1818 and 14 in Oennany and Holland, 
including the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. Present on the 18th June at Waterloo. 1 M 



SSJmTi^] 3 J jar East Kent) Regi ment of F oot (or Buffs.) \^^:SJ^ 

The DroffOH ** Dodbo'* *' TiXAvsiu." *' Albuhsba" *' PrsBVBU" ** Hvtmum** 

••NxT»" «P«irxirim^." 

Colonel. 
9 Kenneth Alexander, f'orZ of Bffingham,> G.C.B., JS!ni. 21 April, 1786; Capt. 

25 April, 03 } JAeut.'Col, 30 Dec. 07 ; Col. 1 Jan. 1805 ; Mqfor-Gen, 25 Jolj, 

10; Zieut.'Gen. 12 Aug. 10 ; (?en. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL of the Bufib, 30 Jan. 3:2. 
Luut.-ColoneU.-^aiDBB Dennis,* JSiru. 2 Sept.96; Lieut. 12 April, 07; Capt 

6 Aug. 03; Srevet'Mqjor, 13 Oct. 12; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. 27 May, 26; 

Regtl.-Mqjor, 25 Apr. 28 ; BegtL-Lieut.-Col. 4 June, 33 ; CoL 28 June, 38. 
Marcus Beresford, Second lAeut. p4 Sept. 17 ; lAeut. 1 Feb. 21 ; Capt. p16 

Sept. 24 ; Jlf«yVw, p 28 Sept 26 ; Lieut. -Col. P 6 Not. 27. 
Af^Vori.— Gerald Rochfort,^ Ene. P28 Feb. 05; Lieut. 25 Sept. 05; Capt. 

1 July, 12 ; Mqjor, p I May, 28. 
Jas. O. Clunie,^ EnM. 27 Aug. 13 ; Lieut. 1 Dec. 14 ; Capt. f 9 Feb. 26 ; Meoor, 

P 23 June, 38. 



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Captains. 

BasU H. BuicheU 

Gustavns L. Christie .... 

Patrick M*Kie* 

Marcus Barr 

John Michel 

Geoige Isaac Austin .... 

Donald Stewart 

Jas. Charles Rouse 

Peter Dore • 

Thomas Chatterton .... 

LiBUTBNAMTS. 

Lawrence Desborough . . 

Henry Dacre lAcy 

Donald M. Cameron .... 

Philip G. Been 

Harry Bbdr 

James Speedy 

Geoiige Bridge 

Samuel Daniel 

Jas. Tdbot Alrey 

Wm. Jas. Hamilton .... 
Richard N. Magrath .... 

John C. Handfleld 

Allan Menzies 

Charles Sawyer 

Hall P. Chamberlain .... 
Alex. John Cameron .... 
Rob. Manners Sparks ^ . . 
Wm. John Dorehlll .... 

Peter Browne 

Richard Herbert Gall . . 
Oct. H. St. Geo. Anson . . 
Kenneth M'Kcnzie .... 
Stonehouse Geo. Bunbury 

EX8ION9. 

Wm. Duncan Hilton 

C.W.Green 

Wm. G. Meacham . . 
Alex. Ham. Robson 
Chas. A. Thompson 
James Reid Hope . . 
Nicholas Henry Flood 
lliomasKains 



BNSIOK. 



25 Dec. 13 
P20 June22 

3 Not. 12 
P24Feb. 25 
P 3 April 23 
P 12 Dec. 26 

14 Dec. 15 
P30June25 

8 April 13 

20 Dec. 14 

10 April 25 

11 April 25 

26 April 28 
P 11 July 26 

ODec. 27 

15 May 28 

16 April 29 
P30 Dec. 31 

11 Feb. 30 

6 April 32 
1 June 32 

21 Sept. 32 
18 Oct. 31 

P 6 Sept. 33 
PUFeb. 34 
P24Dec. 33 
16 Aug. 33 
P 16 Jan. 35 
P 20 Feb. 35 
P 3 July 35 

27 Not. 35 
P 3 June 36 
P28 June33 

' P 10 Feb. 36 
P 7 April 38 

7 Dec. 38 
P 25 Dec. 38 

4 Jan. 30 
31 May 39 

4 Oct. 39 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



8 April 25 

25 Mar. 26 
3 Not. 14 

P 8Apri]26 
P28 April 25 
P25 Not. 28 

26 Mar. 26 
P 17 May 27 



21 Aug. 10 ' 20 Aug. 38 



2 Jan. 17 

3 Aug. 27 

4 Aug. 27 
P 17 Mar. 30 
P 15 JVne 30 

Not. 31 

23 May 32 

21 Sept. 32 

P 26 July 33 

P 3 May 33 

P 6 Sept. 33 

P24Dec. 33 

P 2 May 34 

16 Aug. 35 

P 8 April 36 

P 3 June 36 

25 Sept. 36 

30 April 37 

10 Mar. 38 

7 Dec. 38 

7 Dec. 38 

8 Dec. 38 
P 31 May 30 
P25 Dec. 38 



P30Dec. 26 
P 17 Jan. 28 
P 3 Oct. 20 
PlI June 30 
P 12 Dec. 26 
P 26 June 35 
3 April 38 
P 7 April 88 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



21 Dec. 38 



1 Lord EAnfhftm has tt- 
ceiTed a medal and on* clMp 
for Vlttoria and Nive. 

2 Col. Oenala accompanied 
the expedition to Copmbaffra 
in I80I, and waa wounded in 
botli handa nnd contuwd. 
Senred in the last American 
war^including battle of Qacens- 
town (wounded); fltonnintr of 
Fort George ; action at Stoory 
Crcel(,(wounded in two plae«»): 
and action of th;> Rapidf at 
Ilooples Creelt, conluaed Ij 
having hi* horse shot, which 
fell on him. 

S M ^or Rochfort wa« at thr 
capture of the I^ile of Prance in 
1810, and of Jam In 1911. in- 
cluding eapturv of Comeli*, 
storming of Serondola and Fort 
DJocJocarta; storming of n>- 
doubts at the island of Bom«o ; 
Nepaul campaign In 1BI4 ; 
siege and storm of Hatrsss; 
Mahratta campaigns of IH17 
and 18: siege and storm of 
Bhnrtpora 1899 aad 0. 



4 M^or Clunle aerred in the American war, 
and was at the siege and attack of Port Erie 
in 1814. 

6 Capt. M*KIe serred In the Nepaulese war 
of 1814 and 16. Present at the siege and cap- 
ture of Hatrass. Senred the Mahratta and 
Plndarree campaign of 1817 and 18, and in the 
Burmcae war, from June, 1834, until its coa- 
dusion In 18S0. Wounded at the assault of 
ilerguie Oth Oct. 1824. 



p20Not. 39 
Paymaeter.^J. Lukis, 24 Dec. 29 ; Ens. 22 Feb. 10 ; Lieut. 6 Aug. 12. 
At^utani. — Lawrence Desborougliy (Lieut.) 26 Sept. 38. 
Quarter'Afaeter.—HtLTTj Willianu, 14 Dec. 32 ; Etu. 12 Aug. 13. 
^ur^.^A.MacQueen,* M.D. 24 Ap. 26 ; Auitt.-S. 13 ftlay, 13 ; Hotp.-A. 19 Jan. 13 
A$tittant'SurgeonM. — Robert StCTcnson, M.D., 14 March, 34. 

Samuel Curric, M.D., 14 Oct. 36. 
Facing Buff. — Agents Mesars. Cox Sc Co. 
Capt. Dora strved in the Nepanlese war In 1816 and 10, and In the Deecaa campaign in 1817 aad 18. 

7 Ueut. Sparks waa wonaded In the CaflVe war. 

8 Dr. Mac Qoacn sanrcd the Kaadlao campaign ia Ceylon during the Rebellion la 1817 and 18. 



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61 



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Pay. 



''■*SlS^i5'ir*'] 4<A ("^ ^«V' Owti) Begt. of Foot. ^^t^S^^ 

" Th9 LUm of BitgUtHd "— " CX>RnifNA "— " BADAJOS "— " SALAMANCA "— " VITT0R1A»* 
" BT. 8BBABTIAN »— « NIYB "— « PBNIK8ULA»'— " BJLADEN8BURO "— " WATBRLOO." 

Colonel. 
John Hodgson, > Eru. 20 May, 1779 ; Lieut. 27 Noy. 80 ; Capt. 24 Sept. 87 ; Mqf. 

14 May, 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Sept. 96 ; CoL 25 Sept. 03 ; Me^or-Gm. 26 July, 

10; Lieut.'Oen. 4 June, 14 ; Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 4th Regt. 30 Sept 36. 
Lieutenant'Colandt. — Henry Wm. Breton, Sns. 16 March, 16; Lieut. P27 July, 

20; Capt. P21 July, 26; Mqjor, P31 Dec. 28; Lieui.-Col.^ II July, 34. 
John Leslie,' K.H. ; Bns. 7 Aug. 1806 ; Lieut. 2 June, 08 ; Capt. P 30 Nov. 00 ; 

Mi^or,9l Jan. 19; Lieut.-Col. ^ 29 Aug. 26. 
Jlfq;or«.— 9Q2ft Ranald Macdonald,' G.B. K.H. Sum. 26 March, 07 ; Lieut. 6 May, 

08; Capt. p3 Dec. 18; Mqfor, p24 Jan. 28; Brevet- Lieut. -Col. 13 July, 38. 
9 William Sadlier,^ J^m. 2 AprU, 07 ; Lieut. 4 May, 00 ; Capt. 26 Aug. 25 ; 

Mqjar^ 4 Feb. 38. 



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Captains. T 

Richard Chetwode 

Thomas Williams 

Thomas Faunce 

Farquhar M. Campbell . . 
William Henry Mounsey . 
Fred. Leopold Arthur. . . . 

John Hilton 

Charles J. Otter* 

Geoiige Kennedy. : 

Thomas Gibson 

Lieutenants. 

John Snodgrass 

George King 

John Henry Hay Ruxton 
Dennis A. Curtayne' . . 

Charles S. Tcale 

Abraham C. Anderson . . 
Wm. Charles Sheppard.. 

W. H. M. OgUvie 

John Cameron 

Robert Hawkes ........ 

Robert 0*NeUl 

Jas. S. Shortt 

Chas. Stanlforth Hext . . 

William WUby 

Joseph Palmer 

Jas. Alex. Madigan 

WadhamWyndham Bond 

John Potter 

John H. Glazbrook .... 
Edw. Jas. Baldwyn .... 

James Keating 

Wm. Mark Campbell .... 
Thos. Charles Morgan . . 



ENSIGN. 



Ensigns. 
John Lennox MacAndrew 
JohnCowell Bartley .... 

F. P. Haines 

Arthur Byrne 

Wm. Crawley 

Henry Rice 

David Fra. Chambers . . 

William Inglis 

Paymaster. — James Bum,^ 6 Feb. 



24 May 20 

P 12 Sept. 22 

6 AprU 27 

3 Aug. 30 

P2dMay 29 

P 6 Dec. 33 

P21 Sept. 32 

20 Dec. 24 

P24Dec. 33 

17 May 13 

13 Dec. 33 
P 11 July 34 
P 19 July 34 

18 April 22 
7 April 25 

12 June 23 

11 June 29 
P 18 Nov. 31 

26 Dec. 13 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P 3 July 35 
3 May 33 
P 9 Oct. 35 
P27 May 36 
P 23 June 37 

23 June 37 
P 4 Nov. 36 

22 April 36 
P 6 Oct. 37 
P 20 Oct. 37 

26 April 39 
P 10 Nov. 87 
P 8 June 38 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



P 16 Aug. 
P 7 July 
P 12 Nov. 
P 6 Dec. 
P 4 Jan. 
P 3 July 
P 30 Jan. 
12 Nov. 
P IJuIy 
2 Dec. 



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26 
29 
33 
33 
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P 26 Apr. 39 
P 21 June 39 

26 Oct. 39 

22 Nov. 

31 Dec. 
Pdl Jan. 

7 Feb. 



1 Dec. 36 

P 7 April 37 

P 23 June 37 

P 26 May 26 

10 Dec. 27 

9 July 29 

10 Nov. 34 

P 29 May 35 

7 July 37 

8 July 37 

9 July 37 
10 July 37 

P 6 Oct. 37 
P 7 Oct. 37 
P 8 June 38 
P 14 Dec. 38 
9 Mar. 39 
10 Mar. 39 
P 15 Mar. 39 

1 July 39 
P 9 Aug. 39 

2 Oct. 39 
26 Oct. 39 



BREV.-MAJ, 



P 20 Mar. 27 
P 17 June 28 
P 23 June 37 
P 6 Oct. 37 
P 14 April 37 
P 8 June 38 
P 14 Dec. 38 
9 Mar. 39 
P 15 Mar. 39 
1 July 39 



1 Oen. Hodfton waiMTeraly 
wounded at Egmont-op-Zee. 

2 Colonel Leslie wat at the 
taking of Travaneore in 1S08; 
also at tlie capture of the 
If land of Bouiton, and the 
Itle of France ; present in the 
engagements In Java, the lOth, 
2Snd, and 90th Aug. 1811. 
Served la the Pindarrea war 
in 1817. Anny of occupation 
in Prance. 

8 Lleut.-Col. Macdonald wai 
ieverely wounded at Waterloo. 

4 Major SadUer served in 
Sicily fkom July 1806 to June 
1812, and was present at the 
capture of the Islands of Ischla 
and Procida. Served subse- 
quently in the Peninsula, in- 
cluding the battle of CastalU 
and siege of Tarragona, action 
at Villa Pranca, beiddes various 
minor affklrs; served also in the 
American war, including the 
attack on Plattsburgh. 



6 Capt. Otter served at Bhurtpore. 

Lieut. Curtayne served in the Bunneae 
war in 1885 and 1890. 

7 Capt. Burn served the campaign in the 
Eastern Islands, and wai at the taking of Mae- 
cassnr in I8I4. Served the Mahratta campaign 
of 1817 and 18, and was severely wounded at 
Bhurtpore in 1826. 



39 
39 
40 
40 
35; Bfu. 



1 Oct. 11; Lieut. 16 June, 13; 



Capt. 19 Dec. 34. 
Atgutant.— John Potter, (Lieut.) 11 July, 37. 
Quarter-Matter. — Samuel Sexton, 11 July, 37. 
5ur^e(m.— William Parry, 17 April, 38 ; Asnet.-Surg. 7 March, 22 ; Hotp.- 

Auiet. 20 Dec. 13. 
Atiittant'Surgeans. — Wm. Hutchinson Allman, M.D., 12 June, 36. 

James Mouat, 14 Dec. 38. 
Facings Blue — A gent y Messrs. Cox k Co. 

165 



"Sl';»i«/iMir] ^'* ^9^' ^f ^^* i^^ Northumberland Fusiliers) [^^^ 

*' f^t*o f^» Vacant,** 9urm<mHtiHg 81. Cteorgt mnd the Dragon. On tht comers of ths 9jmI eotovr the 
Row and Crown : on the capt the KinR*! Crest ; atei St. George klUing the Dragon. " W ILHELM8TAHL" 
— " ROLEIA»'— " VIMIBRA"— «• CORUNNA'*— " BU9AC0"— " CIUDAD RODRIOO"— " BADAJ02"- 
" SALAMAlfCA**— « VITTORIA"— " NIVELLE"—"ORTHES"—" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



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Colonel. 
9 Qift Hon, Sir Charles Colville, » G.C.B. and G.C.H., Snt. 6 I>cc. 1781 ; Lint. 

30 Sept. 87 ; Capt. 24 Jan. 91 ; Mf^'or, 2 Sept. 95 ^ Licui.-Col. 26 Aug. W>; 

Col. I Jan. 05; MfQor-Oett. 25 July, 10; Lieut.-Gen. 12 Aug. 10; Gen. 

10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 6th Fusaiere, 25 March, 35. 
Lieut.'Colonel.'—Wmt&m Sutherland, ' Stis. 15 Dec. 04 ; Lieut. 1 July, 06; 

Capt. 18 Aug. 14; Mqjor. P25 Sept. 17 ; Lteut.-Col.^lG May, 22. 
Mnfors.—Jlf David England Johnson, ' Ens. 9 Feb. 04; Lieut. 29 Doc. 04; 

Capt. 12 March, 12 ; Brevet-JUqjor, 22 July, 30 ; SegtL'Mqfar, P 29 Dec. 37. 
Joshua Simmonds Smith, Comet, 26 Dec. 21 ; Lieut. 25 May, 22; Capt. P 19 

April, 27; Mqjor, p31 Dec. 33. 



CAPTAIN8. 

Charles Deane . . 
John Spence^ 



p 13 July 15 

7 Nov. 22 

9 Thomas Canch^ I 28 Sept. 00 



2o LIBUT. 



LIEUT. 



10 May 25 
6 April 20 

12 Aug. 24 
P 23 Sept. 24 
P 6 Oct. 26 
P 1 Nov. 31 

23 Sept. 12 

14 Aug. 17 

2 Mar. 20 

P 5 Nov. 29 

28 Feb. 28 

22 Nov. 33 

P 26 Sept. 34 

1 Aug. 34 

P 16 Oct. 35 

22 Nov. 36 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 12 June 35 
P 9 Feb. 38 



22 Oct. 22 
25 June 24 
13 May 13 
P 25 Feb. 26 
30 Dec. 24 
13 Feb. 28 
P 12 June 28 
P 5 Nov. 29 
P24 April 35 
1 Feb. 14 

P12 Dec. 22 
16 Dec. 31 
P 10 May 33 
8 July 34 
P 9 Feb. 38 
Pll May 38 
P 6 July 38 
P 15 Mar. 39 
P 23 April 39 
P 10 May 39 
P 21 June 39 
P 23 Aug. 39 



6April38|pi7 Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P 15 May 27 

P 6 Nov. 2t) 

2 Nov. 30 

5 July 31 

2 Dec. 31 

8 Feb. 31 

P 29 Dec. 37 

P 23 Apr. 30 

P 1 Feb. 39 

29 Nov. 30 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



Pajmagter Pninliigtoa 
senrcd in the PenlaMla frora 
June 1809 to May, 1814, in- 
cluding fiutaco, Redinba, Pot 
(le Roz, SabufcaJ, FuentM d*0- 
nor, ncge of Bad^oi, May 
and June 1811, £1 Bodon, 
siege of Cludad Rodrigo, Jan. 
1812 (reccired two oontuiiont 
on the 1 1th January, In (be 
trenehea, from the expIoaioD of 
u 18-ioch shell), liege of fia- 
dajos. March and April* 1S12, 
Salamanca, Vlttoria, Kh*eile, 
Orthea and Toulouae. 



Charles May 

Charles Wood 

John W.King 

Philip M. N. Guy 

William Prime Jones . . . 

Augustus Blair 

William Clune 

LiBUTBNANTB 

Frederick A. Robinson . 
Theophilus Jenkins . . . 

John Woodward 

John Du Bourdien 

Fra. Rich. Pyner 

Cha. M. Dawson 

Charles Durie 

Thomas Place 

H. F. F. Johnson 

Hugh P. Baker 

Wm. Seymour Scroggs . 

W. H. Kcbbel 

Louis H. Hamilton . . . 
2nd Lieutenants. 

Clias. D. O^bom p 12 Aue. 37 

Wm. Wood'^te p 6 July 3d 

II.W.delaPoerBeresford p 1 Feb. 39 
Wm. John Campbell .... -p 15 Mar. 39 

Wm. Chester Master p 23 April 39 

Oeo. Bryan Milman p 10 May 39 

Francis Sutton P 23 Aug. 39 

John Wallace Colquitt .. p 17 Jan. 40 

Paymatter.—lj^ Jas. M. Pennington • , 25 Jan. 1 6 ; Ent. 5 Feb. 07 ; Lieut. 31 Mar.08. 
At^utant.—n. F. F. Johnson, {Lieut.) 13 Dec. 30. 
Quarter-Master. — Wm. Tiller, 5 May, 25. 

Surgeon.^^^ Dan. Henderson, M.D., 23 March, 26 ; AssSst.-Surg. 16 April, 12. 
-4«m*.-5iir(^.— Thos. Hall, 80 June, 25; Hosp.-Assist. 19 May, 15. 
J. Arch. Duncan M'Bcan, 12 Aug. 34. 
Facings Bright Green — Agent, fiopkinson, Barton &l Knyvett. — Irish Agent, Borough Ac Co. 

1 Sir Charles Colville aenred as Captain of the ISth regt. in St. Domingo in 1703, 4, and A, iad was 
wounded at the landing at Cape Tii^ron ; as Lieut.-Col. of the ISlh regt. served the campaign of 1801 in 
Egypt. Sir Charlaa has received a crosa and one clasp for Martinique, Fuentea d'Onor, Bad^j^M, 
(severely wounded by a musquet*baU through the left thigh, and lost a flngvr off the right hand,) Viixoria 
(wounded) and Ni«elle. 

9 Colonel Butheriand served In the Ashantee War. on the Gold Coast, in liHM. 

a MiOor Johnson embarked with Ids regiment in Ikuo for South America, and was present at the atomlBi 
of Buenos Kjrr*. Present at Roleia, Vimiera, Coninna, Busaco, Sabngal ( wounded )» Fuenies d*Ooor. 
Blbodoo, Ciudad Rodrigo (severely wounded at the sssanlii, and S-ilamanca. 

4 Captain Spence served against the Asbantees from November 182S to 1894. 

6 Capt. C4nch served in the Peninsula from Sept. ISOO to Dec. 1819, and fitvra October 1819 to May 
1814. Including Bnsaeo, Hedinba, Sabugal (wounded), Ricfe of Badi^s, May 1811 (severely rontuMdV 
Poantas d'Onor, El Bodoo, Cludnd Rodrigo (wouwled at the assault). Siege and Capture of Badges 
(wmmded), Salamanca, Nirrlle, Oftbas and Toatoasa. Served in the American War, and was prmsit al 
Plattabwah. 
156 



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FiUl 



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sSicSTiS:-] ^ (^ ^y^ 1*^ fVarwichshire) Regt. of Foot. [^SlTfilSie^' 

" Sn«^«f«Ie!p^'*— On the three eomen of the lecond colour, " The llotc and Crown.*'— Knd on theGrvna- 
dler'e cape, "TAe King*» (Vnr."— "ROLEIA"— "VIMIEHA" — "CORUNNA" — "VITTOKIA"— 
"PYRENEES"—" NIVELLK"— - 0RTHE8"— " PENINSULA"—" NIAGARA/' 

ColoneL 
Sir Geoiige Nugent/ Bart G.C.B. Ensign, 6 July, 1773; Lieut. 23 Nov. 75; 

Cflj>^ 88 April, 78; Mqjar, 8 May, 82; Lieut.-CoL 8 Sept. 83; CoZ. 1 Mar. 

04; Ar/v'ar..(7tfn. 3 May, 06; Lieut.^Oen. 26 Sept. 1803; Oen. 4 June, 13; 

CoL 6th Regt 26 May, 06. Ltetd. -Colonels. 
Henry Sullivan,' C.B. Ensign, P17 May, 98; Lieut. i»20 Sept. 08; Capt, PlO 

July, 01 ; MqjWy P21 Jan. 08; Lieut.-Col. 1 July, 13 : CoL 22 July, 30. 
9 Wm. Henry Sewell, C.B. Ens. 27 March, 06; Lieut. P26 Feb. 07 ; Capt.v\2 

March, 12; Brevet-Mnjor, 3 March, 14; Brevet- LUut.- Col. 21 June, 17; 

Begth-Mqjor, 11 Aug. 29; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Begt. Lt.-CoL 17 Sept. 30. 
Mqjcrs, — John Algeo, Ensign, p 18 June, 05; Lieut. 1 Jan. 06; Capt. P28 Feb. 

12; Af<{;or, P26Jaue, 23; Breoet'Lieut.-Coi. 2B Jxrae, ^. 
9 H. Bennet Bverest,* Ensign, 22 Dec. 04; Lieut. 1 March, 07; Capt. p22 

June, 20 ; Mqfor, 23 Dec. 31. 



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Captains. 

9 John Crawflird * .... 

{George H. E. Murphy * 
John Bonamy ' 

John Thomas GriiBths .. 

William Pottinger 

John Crofton 

John Lumley 

Maurice G. Dennis 

Robert Morris Beebee . . 
Tho. Sidney Powell .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

George Alexander Gordon 
Charles Da vers Allen. . . . 
John Bebhes Home .... 

Joseph Ralph 

John Gray Wilson 

WUliam Frederic Jekyll . 
9 TOl F. Bree Muller^ . . 

Frederick Bristow 

Francis Lacas 

John C Mansergh 

9 Richard Henry Tlghe 

Edward Staunton 

Robt. W. M'Leod Fraser 

Morris Hall 

Henry Augustus Sullivai) 

Francis Dyke 

William Reed 

Edward James Blanckley 
Geoi^e Hughes Messitcr 
Richard Sweet Cole .... 
Chas. Napier North .... 
Jas. Elphinst. Robertson 

WiUiam T. Hall 

Ensignh. 
Henry Milham Johnson . . 

George Finlay 

John Rees Croker 

David Ogilby 

Fred. Lusson Loinsworth 

Edw. F. Crowdcr 

Thomas Rishton 

Robert Edmund Stratton 



ENSIGN. 



14 May 12 

27 Nov. 05 
10 Dec. 11 

6 Sept. 14 

15 Dec. 17 
18 Dec. 24 

P31 Dec. 25 

9 May 26 

P25 May 26 

P 13 May 26 

6 April 20 

17 Sept. 12 

P 17 April 28 

1 Jan. 26 

P 1 Aug. 26 

P28Aug.d8 

3 Mar. 12 

P 8 June 30 

P 1 Oct. 25 

20 Nov. 30 

14 Dec. 00 
17 May 31 

5 July 33 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P21 Feb. 34 
p 17 Jan, 34 
P 5 June S5 
22 May 35 

15 June 30 
p 12 Aug. 36 

20 May 36 
P8 April 37 

28 April 37 

P 15 Dec. 37 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P 25 Dec. 38 

28 Dec. 38 
P 14 June 30 

15 June 30 
P21 June 30 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. BRET.-UAJ. 



P 17 S<ept. 13 
2 July 07 

10 Feb. 14 
P17 May 21 

9 April 25 
P 29 Aug. 26 
P 20 Mar. 29 

5 July 27 
P 20 Sept. 27 
P31 May 31 

20 Dec. 24 

20 May 13 

P 8 June 30 

11 June 30 

10 Dec. 20 
1 Sept. 31 
1 Apr. 14 
OMay 33 

24 Oct. 27 

11 July 34 

12 Aug. 13 
4 Dec. 34 

P 17 July 35 
7 Jan. 36 

P 1 July 36 
9 Sept. 36 

P 15 Dec. 37 
17 Jan. 38 
20 Sept. 34 

V 25 Dec. 38 
28 Dec. 38 

P21 June 39 

P 15 Nov. 39 



10 Jan. 37 
10 Jon. 37 
28 June 38 



p 17 May 21 
25 Oct. 14 
P24Jan. 23 
1 Sept. 31 
P31 Oct. 34 
P 17 July 35 
P 8 April 37 
P 15 Dec. 37 
P21 June 30 
P13N0V. 351 23 July 39 

Kcfaellw (wounded)! NirellCb NfT« 
•Hi. lOtb, lltb. Ifth, and 13tb Der., 
l>rth«i. and aSklr near Fort btaye. 
Srrv(.<l in the Amerlean war. and 
waa present at the alcfc of Fort 
Bri«. Oct. 1814. 

4 Major CrawAird lervcd In the 
Penlniula from Jan. IHIt to July 1814, 
IncluiUnc oparaUona of tiie covorinf 
armjr durlBf the •lew of Badj^oa. 
ISIf, u volunteer 70th regt. i battle 
of Salamanca \ otpftnre of Madrid ; 
battle* of the Pyrrnecs, NlTcUt, NIve. 
and Onhrs (•cvera fun-ihotwmmd.) 

ft Mi^or Murphy tenrvd in the 
PeniBSttIa Arom Dec 18M until the 
eiKi of the war, inelndinf actJona at 
Albeif ana and Or^ ; paaaafc of 
the Donro i eaptufe of Colmhra { 
siege and capture of San Sebaatian t 
passage of the BIdassoa i action at 
Ridort (wounded) i NIvelle, Mlve 
9th lOCb (wounded) lllh ISth and 
13th Dec. J blockade of Bayoone { 
action at £t BUeno, and baule of 
Toukraae. Medal tor Tmlooae. 

6 MjO«r Bnnawy served In the 
Peninsula from Sept. 1813 to June 
1814, Including battles of Nlvellc* 
NIve Mb iOth rnd 11th Dm. and 



Orthes. 

7 Lieut. Muller served at the taking of Ocnoa under 
Lord WilUsm BenUnek, and was engaged at Waterloo. 

8 Paymaster Blakeman's aervieca : battles of Rolcia, 
Vlmiera, and Corunna i expedition to Walcherrn t in 
tbe Peninsula from Nov. IMIS to May 1814 includfaig 
battle* of Vlttoria, tlie Pyrenees, Heights of Bchellar, 
NIvelle, Nive Bth to lath Dec., Orthes and Toulouse. 
Served In the American War, and waa ai Port Brie, 
Oct. 1814. 

tjosr -Mast Sbeahan entered Uie army in 179S, and 
served Irera that pffritid In every action in which tlie 6tfa 
regt waa o^ageO. U« waa wounded In the P y r e n e es and 

[at Orthes. 



15 Nov. 30 
Paymaster. — ^ John Blakcman, * 24 Jan. 05. 
Atyutant. — George Alexander Gordon, (Lieut.) 10 Murch, 30. 
Quarter-Master.^^ John Sheahan,* J)0 April, 27. 

Surgeon.—^ William Thompson, M.D. 10 Jan. 38; Assist.-Surg. 18 Oct. 10. 
Assist.-Surgs.—Johu Murtagh, M.D. 1 1 Feb. 30 ; Hosp.-Assist. 5 Dec. 26. 
Jaa. Jackson, M.D. 29 July, 30 ; Hosp.-Assist. 27 Sept. 27. 
Facings Blue. — Agent, Messrs. C'ox and Co. 

1 Mr O. Nugent served In the flnt American war, and In Flanders, ftc. 

f Ool. Btttlivan was employed during the Dutch and CairVe insurrection. Present at the action at Botus, and dedeal of La 
French frigate in Algoa Bay In I BOO. Present al tbe battle of Maida, anil siege of Scilia Naval tietlon off G^>e St. 
OB board H.M.S. ilateyon, with a Spanish squadron, 13th Dec. 1806. Served in the Pindarree wsr, and at theasaault 
of the Borta, Isle of Celebes. Supprrased three insurrections while eommandinc the Kandlan provinees In Ceyloa. 
S Hnjor KveresCs services •.— battles of Rolela, Viniera. and Corunna ( expedition to Walcheren { in the Peninsula firon 
I Bit to May 181 {.Including liaulrsnf Vittoria, ttie Pyrenees 25th, Mth, )t7th, and 88th of July ; attach on tlic lieighto of 



Bab 
nth 



iS'iiSrSwr*] 7th Beffimeai of Foot, {or Bayal Fusiliers.) [gSSjJf 



In the centre of the coloon, The " Bot^ within the Garter and the Crown over it And 
in the cornen of the second Colour, The ^^ WhUe Horte^ ''Mabtimiqub"— 
"Talatbra" — "Albuhbba" — " Badajoz" — " Salamanca" — " Vxttobia" — 

" PVBBlfBBd"— "OKTHBa"— "TOULOUSB"— " PbNINBULA." 



YcwifSvrT. 



46 






Full 



26 

81 
10 



16 
16 
16 
13 
18 
10 
13 
10 
8 
8 

7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
7 
7 
4 
5 
3 
4 
8 
6 
6 
3 
3 
6 
10 
2 
14 
28 
14 
1 



Half 
P.7. 










§ 




















A 



















ColoneL 
9 Bt, Han. Sir Edw. Blakeney,^ K.C.B. 8c G.C.H. Comet 28 Feb. 1794; Ueut. 
24 Sept. 94; Capt, 24 Dec. 04; Afryor, 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lieut,'Col, 26 April, 
08: CoL 4 June, 14; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 26; Lieut.-Qen. 28 June, 88; 
Col. 7th FoBilien, 20 Sept. 82. 

Zieut.'CoUmel, 
Fradeiic Fkrqnhanon, JBru, 17 Sept. 13^ Lieut. 26 May, 14; Capt. p23 Sept. 
19; Mqior, p 29 June, 30 ; Lieut.-Col. p 7 Sept. 32. 

Mqfort. 
John Stoart, Bm. 82 Jan. 20; JUeui. 26 March, 23; Capt. P13 Aug. 86; 

Ar<|/or,P6May,86. 
llioa. Rich. Baker, Comet, p9 Dee. 19; Lieut. p1 April, 84; Capt. p 18 Feb. 
26; Mqfor,y9l Aug. 38. 



Captains. 



WUliamHope 

William Guard 

Lacy Walter Yea 

M. R. S. Whitmore . . . 

W. B. Ponionby 

Ralph Bemal 

Catesby Paget 

Richard Wilbraham ... 
Rich. Mordesley Beat . 
5tr William O'MaUey, Bt. 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Ralph Tho. Brandling . 
T. St. V. H. C. Troubridge 
Hon. Henry C. Boyle . 

Thomas Butler 

Hon. W. P. M. Talbot . 
Geo. David Donkin . . . 
Lord Jamee Butler . . . 

Robert Stoart 

Hon. T. H. H. Thurlow 

Murdoc Maclaine 

Arthur John Pack 

Charles Stewart Cochrane 
Aubrey F. Beauderk .... 
Hon. Wm. Packenham . . 
Hon. Cha. Luke Hare . . 

Dayid Dobbie 

George Grogan 

Richard Maunsell 

Hon. J. W. Fortescne . . 

Alexander Fraser 

John Keane 



BN8ION8. 



LIBUT. 



4 Not. 84 

P 6 Not. 24 

P 6 Oct. 26 

26 June 27 

13 Dec. 27 

P 8 June 30 

8 Nov. 27 
P 26 Mar. 28 
P20 April 32 
P28Dec. 32 

P31 May 33 
P24Jan. 34 
P 20 Sept. 33 
P 9 May 34 
19 Dec. 34 
P 16 Aug. 34 
P 7 Not. 34 
P23 May 34 
P26Fcb. 36 
P29 Nov. 33 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 8AprU36 

never 
P26Aug. 37 
PlSMar. 36 

never 
P 16 Jan. 36 
P84 April 36 
P 14 July 37 
Pll Aug. 37 



P27 0ct. 26 
P31 Oct 86 
P19Dec. 86 
P 6 Aug. 28 
P31 May 31 
P21 June 33 
P31 Aug. 30 
26 May 33 
p 16 Jan. 36 
P 2 Oct 36 



P 6 May 36 
P30Dec. 36 
p 17 Feb. 37 
P 7AprU37 
P 16 Sept 37 
P 1 Dec 37 
P16 Feb. 38 

11 June 37 
P 9 June 38 
P 16 Dec. 37 
P 6 May 37 
P17 Aug. 38 
P 7 Aug. 36 
P31 Aug. 38 
P 7 Dec. 38 

28 Dec. 38 
P 6 Oct 38 
P 9 Mar. 39 
P 6 June 89 
P 12 July 39 

17 Sept 39 



CAPTAIN. 



Pl4Feb. 88 
P 10 Jan. 88 
P30Dec 36 
p 16 Feb. 38 
P83 Feb. 38 
P 27 July 38 
P 9 Mar. 30 
P88 July 36 
P 7 June 30 
P 12 July 30 



BBBVBT- 
KAIOB. 



lerricw :— BxpediCiMi to Oop«a» 
hamn 1b 1007 ; PcnimalA tnm 
July 1810 to the end ofllMWftr, 
Inelodlnf the Imttlee of P i w e r o, 
and Albnbem; eleft and oap- 
tare of Ciudad BodriffOb and 
Bad^oi i battlca of Bahmaiwa. 
▼Ittoria, Pampelima, Orth«a, 
and Tbnkniet. P i a u nt at the 
attack on NewOrtaam to 101A> 
9 Dr. Sbaan eerred to the 
Penlneula fhim March I81S to 
the end of tho war, and w 
praeeot at the baCtlce of Tlttorta, 
the Pjrmnaai, and the Mtrew 



Pll Sept 36 
P«yaiai^cr.— Thomas Gilley, 11 May, 38 ; Lieut, it A^j. 9 Nov. 30. 
il4rt<^afi^.— David Dobbie, (lAeut.) 28 Dec. 38. 
Quarter^Master. — 9 John Ledsam,* 80 April, 86. 
Suraeon.—'9 Bobert Shean,* M.D. 26 Oct. 30; Asntt.-Surg. 28 Jan. 13. 
Amttant Surffeont.-^. O'Brien, M.D. 18 Oct 27 ; Hoep.-Auiit. 1 Feb. 87. 

John Mure, M.D. 4 Oct 39. 
Faeimgi Blue. — Agent, Mesars. Cox k Co. — Iriik Agent, Borough k, Co. 
[Betumedfrom the MedUerranean, AprU, 1836.] 

I Sir Bdwaid BUkeMV has reealvad a cfOM and am ctep Air llaittolqaSf Alhahara (teeanly weaadedJb 
Bad^lot (Mverely voondedX Viiloria, and Pju na i i. 
168 



"^XW"] 8^A (or The Km^s) Regime ni of Foot [^r^J^^SS!!^ 

The " WMf Hwur " Nee tupera terrent;* " The SpMnx," with the wordi 
« EGYPT"—" MARTINIQUE"—" NIAGARA." 




18 



19 
15 
16 
15 
15 
12 



11 
8 
8 



3 
3 
3 
2 
8 
1 
3 
I 

16 

8 
3 
16 
5 
3 



3A 



m 



m 











16 





8 





7 





7 





12 





6 





6 





5 





7 





6 





6 





4 





3 



















18 





CoioneL 
9 Sir Henry Bayly,* G.C.H. JBnt, 12 April, 1788; Lieut, & Capt, 28 Aug. 03 ; 
Capt. 8c Lieui.'Col 6 Sept. 09; Col. 25 Oct. 00; Mqfor-Gen. IJan. 12; 
Lieut.'Oen, 27 May, 25 ; Coi. 8th Regt. 13 Sept. 25. 

Zieut.'Coionel, 
9 Thoi. Gerrard BaU,* JBnt, 17 Sept. 07 ; Lieut, p 1 Dec. 08 ; Capi. p 7 April, 
U; Jlfqfar,P24Jime,24; Xieu^.- Co/, p 2 Oct. 35. 

Mq^ors. 
Simcoe Baynes, Sm. 24 June, 12; Lieut. 28 Dec. 15; CapL P24June, 24; 

3fc{/0r,P2Oct. 35. 
Charles St. Lo Malet, Comet, p 6 Jan. 10 ; Lieut, p 26 May 25 ; Capt. p 25 Feh. 
26; Mqjar, p 10 Jan. 38. 



Captainb. 

H. Winch. Hartley . . . . 

Thomas Kenyon 

James Byron 

John Longfleld 

William Cheamley 

H. Welladvice Roper. . . . 
9 Dayid Gardiner' . . . . 
Walter Ogilry 

B. H. Greathed 

John Terry Liston 

LiBUTSNANTS. 

Cyrus Plaistow Trapaud 
Fra. Saunderson Holmes 
Stephenson Browne . . . . 
John Eldridge West . . . . 

Henry Capadose 

Alfred A. Malet 

John Hinde 

Mark P. Seward 

F. Douglas Lumley . . . . 

Coulthurst Holder 

HughHUl 

Ernest Lavie 

John Long Marsden . . . . 
Ensigns. 

W. M. G. M'Murdo 

Thomas Clowes 

C. F. B. G. Dickenson . . 

P. A. Iremong^ 

Arthur Leslie 

James Johnston 

WilUamBayly 

Geoige Augustus Young 



ENSIGN. 



10 Sept. 18 
P 23 Feb. 25 
P 13 Sept. 21 
P23 June25 
P 26 Nov. 26 
P 21 Not. 28 

27 June 11 
P 15 Oct 29 
P 22 June 32 
P 27 July 32 

P 9 June 25 
P 8 Feb. 33 
P 8 Mar. 33 
P 7 Feb. 34 
26 Feb. 28 
P30Jau. 35 
P28Feb. 35 
P 30 Oct. 35 
P 22 Oct. 33 
P 22 Jan. 36 
P 24 Not. 35 
P 3 Feb. 37 
P 17 Feb. 37 

1 July 37 
P 1 Sept. 37 
P 10 Jan. 38 
P 27 Apr. 38 
P 20 Not. 38 
P 7 June 39 
26 Jan. 39 
IP 9 Dec. 39 



LI BUT. 



1 Oct. 20 
P 24 Not. 25 
P17Dec. 25 
P 26 Sept. 26 
P 15 Oct. 29 
P21 Dec. 32 
24 Not. 14 
P 8 Mar. 33 
P 10 May 33 
p 7 Feb. 34 

P 18 Dec. 28 

6 July 35 

P 4 Sept. 35 

P 3 Feb. 37 

17 May 34 

30 Apr. 37 

P 30 June 37 

P 1 Sept. 37 

8 Jan. 38 

P 10 Jan. 38 

p27 Apr. 38 

P 20 Not. 38 

P 7 June 39 



CAF7AIN. 



P 1 Oct. 25 
P 14 Apr. 29 
P 10 May as 
PSOJan. 35 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 23 June 37 
22 Not. 37 
P 10 Jan. 38 
P 27 Apr. 38 
P20NOT. 38 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



28 June 38 



PayifUMftfT.—Wm. Russell Lucas, 10 March, 37; 2nd Lieut. 18 March, 26; 

Lieut. 3 Jan. 28. 
Adjutant. — Fras. Saunderson Holmes, (Lieut.) 10 March, 37. 
Quarter'Maeter.—Job Aldridge, 10 Feb. 37 ; Ens. 4 Feb. 37. 
SuTff.-^Peter FrBser,^6 Dec. 36 ; Aitt.-Surg. 10 Dec. 12; Hoep.-Atet, 16 July, 18. 
Aetiitant'-Surffeani. — John Cha. Graham Tice, 15 Jan. 36. 

Isidore Anthony Bhike, 15 Sept; 37. 
Faeinfft Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Sir Hflflrj Bsfly Mired in Fluden: wm« prcMsit at the Imttle of FaiiMra; th« tlMS of YalencioBnM, 
WM wounded at Lincellee. Sir Henry eerred aleo In Holland In 1709. Proeoeded to the South of 
Franee in 1814^ In command of the Brigade composed of the three proTiskmal battalions of militia. 

S Ool. BaU senred in the Peninsula from Jane 1800 to Nov. 1818, Including Busaco^ Albuheim, Arroyo de 
Molino^ Ahnaras, Yittoria (wounded in the head), Maya (sererelj wounded In the left leg), in the Fyreneett 
■Bd siege of Bad^oi in May 1811. 
9 OapCaln Gardiner served the eampaigns of 1812» IS, fc U, In the Peninsula. 
4 Dr. Phaser served in the American war, and was at the capture of Oswego. 
159 



*3j!;,toi.*'JSS"] WA (<^ <*« -Ea*< JNorfolh) Begiment of Foot [*£5^ 



Yenra' Serr. 



53 



Full 
lliy. 



40 



34 



27 



32 



Half 



3i 



2 







20 


4A 


16 





20 





20 


17 


13 





30 


t\ 


23 


« 


12 





11 





12 





16 


Idli 


10 


A 


10 





8 





18 


»3A 


14 





11 





13 





8 





8 





7 





6 





6 











5 





6 





5 





5 





4 





4 





4 





6 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





13 


17A 


8 





33 





20 


7 


6 





3 






Tho flffura of " Brttennifl.-— " ROLEIA«-*« VIMIERA"— " CORUNNA"— " BU8AC0*— 
" SALAMANCA"— «• VlTrORlA"— " ST. SEBASTIAN"—" NIVE"— « PENINSULA." 

II Sir John Cameron,' K.C.B. Em, 26 Sept. 1787 ; Lieut, 30 Sept. 90 ; Capi, 

11 July, 04 ; Mqjor, 9 Oct. 1800 ; Lieut.-CoL 28 May, 07 ; CoL 4 June, 14 j 

Major-Gen. 10 July, 21 ; Lieui.'Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 9th Regt. 31 May, 83. 
Lieut.'ColoneU.^John M*Caskill,* K.U. Etu. 10 March, 97 ; Lie^. 14 May, 

1801 ; Capt. 6 March, 06; Brevet-Major, 12 Aug. 19; Refftl-Mojor, HI 

March, 24 ; Lieut. -Col. p 17 Feb. 26 ; Col. 28 June, 38. 
9 Sir Edm. Keynton Williams,' K.C.B. Ens. 30 Aug. 09 ; Lieut, p 18 April, 1600 ; 

Capt. 26th Sept. 07 ; Brevet-M({for, 8 Oct. 12 ; Brevet-Lieut-Col, 21 June, 13; 

RcgtU-Major, 26 Oct. 14 ; Regtl.- Lieut. -Col. 1 June, 26; Co/. 22 July, 30. 
Af/yor*.— Abra. Beresford Taylor,* K.H. Ens. 14 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. 24 Dec. 12; 

Capt. 22 April, 25 ; Major, p 10 April, 33. 
9 George Lenox Davis,* Ens. 16 Sept. 08; Lieut. 16 Oct. 11 ; Capt. 7 April, 

26; Major, p 17 Oct. 37. 



Captaixs- 

9 Charles Barnwell^ 

Arthur Ogle 

Chas. Douglas 

9 Wm. Hen. Hartman . . 

John Donnelly 

Joseph Hammill 

Matthew Smith 

Studliolme Henry Metcalf 
Franklin Lushington .... 
John Charles Campbell. . 

LiRUTENANTS. 

Walter Foster Kerr .... 

John Hoftken 

John W. Robinson 

Arthur Burton 

|l3f| Wm. Broom Farrant 
Robt. Jo80))h Edmonds. . 

James Dunne 

John F. Field 

Studholrap Brownrisjg . . 
Wm. W. Powefl........ 

Edmund F. A. Hartman 
Voland Vashou Ballard . . 
Charles Myers Crcagh . . 
George Alex. Tytlcr .... 

Charlei) Elmhirst 

Dnncan Munro Bethnne 
Rich, (yilibons Morgan . . 

William Slielton 

Fred. D. Lister 

James Slator Cummlng. . 

(Jeorpe Ciibitt 

Lionel Hook 

Blayney Walshe 

Enaions. 
Chas. Spencer Gaynor 



BNrtlON. 



30 July 07 

P 1 Apr. 24 

never 

9 July 03 

P 17 May 27 

4 Jan. 10 

16 Sept. 16 

P 24 July 28 

P 16 July 29 

P 16 May 28 

p 23 Jan. 12 
p 11 June 30 

16 June 30 
P 13 July 32 
P 1 Sept. 08 
P:30Dee. 26 
P27 Apr. 29 
p 28 June 27 
P 20 July 32 
P 16 Nov. 32 

22 Nov. a*) 
P 7 Mar. 34 
P 14 Mar. 34 
P 28 Oct. 31 
P 14 Aug. 36 

17 Apr. 36 
P29 Dec. 36 

22 May :)6 

16 Sept. m 

P 22 July «*:6 

P 1 July 36 

6 Sept. 34 

P 28 Aug. 38 



LIEUT. 



30 Mar. 00 
P 8 Sept 26 

19 May 14 

28 Mar. 06 
P 16 July 29 

13 May 12 

31 Dec. 23 
P 10 Apr. 31 

10 Oct. 33 
P 7 Jan. 30 

P 14 Oct. 13 
P 28 Feb. 34 
P 1 Aug. 34 
P 3 Apr. 86 

29 Jan. 12 
10 Jan. 31 

P 17 Nov. 32 

21 Feb. 34 

9 May 36 

9 May 36 

P29Dec. 86 

P 16 Sept. 36 

8 Nov. 36 

P 13 Mar. 36 

P 17 Oct. 37 

21 Mar. 38 

P26 May 38 

P 30 Oct. 38 

P22 Feb. 39 

21 Nov. 38 

P26 Apr. 30 

4 Dec. 38 

31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BHBV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 

28 June 38 
22 July 30 



19 May 14 
P 16 July 29 
P 16 June 26 

30 Oct. 12 
P 30 Jan. 36 

28 Nov. 34 

8 Feb. 34 

P 28 Aug. 38 

P 30 Oct. 38 

P 4 May 38 

i M^or Tftjtor 
AncflcaB war, facli 
gf Chf7B«ltff*fe fvm, 
(Mvci»l)r wcNiad 
Irf ). liere of PMt Brtc, Stp^ ISH « 
pnwnt at ihmmptmn of Pwtt Uf- 
bur, ILimn—t aad Uyghar !■ Ito 
Kut laAlM la ISIS i alM Mwrt 
■Dd eaptairr of Rorr* la ISlt. i*f*<4 
the canoalMBt in A^«. larlvSlat tkt 



mUwi at 
oo PanUag, 
Dontbew. 

S M^for Davto 
PralaraU Iht latter part «r IMS, 
DDtil Ukea prlMnrr at Lafl^i t '^ 
1808, wbm he was Wfl 
ill) yriioaw af was la 
Aprtl ISli. 

• M^or Bannren tgmd la *• 
PtalBMta ftwa Jaly 180S 10 tfie c«i 
of the war, taalaSliw Mm t ai n ^ 
Baleia, Viaiicca. FtMMlM^OMr. M 
tltgt of Badajoa, aaaaull < 
af CiuSad BodrMm, •«««• aa4 1 
tag oT Badajas, tenlaaar ; 
Vlttoria. PymMca. Nlvrlle. NiM, 
Orlbct. aad Teakniaa. 

7 <Maii«r.llaiterS««Mvaaalttt 
tatilo 9t Vtmiata. lapiMwaf OsMto, 
battle of Vlttoria, ales* of Saa fc> 
baattaii. banlcaof dia Nlvatlta, litt» 
anSlUhDM. laiH 



Samuel Jordan Palmer . . P20 April 30 

Alex. IVylor 21 June 30 

Charles Henry M'Caskill 6 Nov. 3D 
Aug. Jardine Boberta. ... 31 Dee. 39 



Nov. 38 

Archibald Bluntish 7 Dec. 38 

Donald B. Macleod P 22 Feb. 39 

Arthur Layard p 1 Mar. 39 

Pafftnaster. — Robert Blimtishy 14 Dec. 00. 
Ji(/u/aia^.— Studholme Brownrigg, {lAeut.) 26 May, 36. 
Quarter^Master.^9 Joseph Scott J 17 Dec. 07. 

Surg.—V. Sievwrigbt, M.D. 26 Sept. .36 ; Asei.^ihuy. IS Mar. 17 ; Hmp.-Asti. 
Aisi8t.'Sur9eom.-^yi\\\\Mm Harvey, 28 March, 34. [7 June, 19. 

Robert HarthUl, 20 Dec. 37. 
Foemgs Yellow.—it^etii, McMrs. Cox & Co. 

Camcma ifrrtd in 17M, at ttor rrdartloB of MarUaiqae, (lafladfaig tbe ricfa of Purt Baatkan aaS alWr witm 
affairt). St. Lucia, aad Oaadala«i|w \ and at ih« defence of tb* laitvr la the aanM yaar, Includlnc tlw aortia tsom. and aaaaB 
af Port P1««r d*Bp(«, the artioa of iba SMi Srpt. at BcrrOle, and othrr aombatt to Um TUi Ort , whca ha naa aavanlf 
wonndrdaad tahra pr to anar . Serwd fai tha Stii Bc«t. la Portacal. Spala, aad Praner, fkiiaa 1SB6 to Iba md of Mm war. aad 
bt« lare l f^ honorary dMteeHoaa (a crow aad tbrw elaipi) eorrr a pondhy with thorr home oa the colouia of Ibr Sib R«ft. 
wHh tba fetpdm of ** Balaia," w»>r» hia pi ^ d < ' M ■ a oi. In ii a winaia l of tbe lit B attalio n , fett — rtally waunded. B<aUU* *• 
aboTP, he waa iw rrm t In other cenrral actions, aad •erne of a partial aalnr*, vis. i the ■wauB of the ItarllSad C— ra t af hn 
Barthdomaw, In fVont of San <rhaiilin. 17 iaiy 1*13. which wa* earrled by Iha Slh Befft. \ rnmUr of the aartle Snb Aag. : 
paasaca of the Ttldaaioa. and itonnlnf of the hetsMa « tawftmmt of B«yann<', awl aortic frwoi the left hana of the Adaar. 
Served ia Can«la In IS14 and \S Durtnc the ahnrr •errbv. Sir J«lia was m»e» .rvrnlv and twir* sttgbllf 
twttr avTvntjr roattt.#d he ha* alao bad two harart ibet under hia, one at Buaaio. th» otiMi at the Sl*e. 
2 #ar note 2 aad a tet acJU pa<«. 



t Sir 



HO 



10/A {or the North Lincolnshire) Begiment of Foot. 

The iSpAifur, with the words, '< EOYPT*— << PENINSULA." 



1 



Yotrt'Benr. 



dO 



Pull 
P«y. 



28 

23 
25 



27 
20 
15 
15 
14 
15 
38 
14 
15 
14 

22 

15 

15 

14 

13 

18 

13 

11 

10 

9 

8 

7 

6 

5 



4 
4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

25 

5 

11 

29 



Hftlf 
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2 



Colonel. 

9 m Sir John Lamhert,^ G.C.B. Bn$. 27 Jan. 1791 ; Lieui. k, Capt, 9 Oct 

93; Capt. 6c Lieut.-Col. 14 May,01 ; Co2.25 July, 10; Mqj.-Gen. 4 June, 

13 ; Lieut.' Oen. 27 May, 25 : Col. 10th Regt. 18 Jan. 24. 

Liettt.- Colonel. 
9 Holman Custance,* Ens. 20 Oct. 08 ; Lieut. 22 Feb. 10 ; Capt. p 26 May, 14 ; 

Mfif. P 2 Sept. 24 ; Lieut.-Col. p 12 Dec. 26. 

Majors. 
Gervas Power, 2nd Lieut. 12 Sept. 16; Lieut. 7 April, 25; Ca;»#. p8 April, 26; 

i»f/(/.P4 8ept. 36. 
Saville Broom,' Em. P 28 Dec. 16; Lieut. 15 Jan. 20 ; Capt. p 10 March, 25 ; 

M(^. 16 Sept 36. 



Captaiits. 

Thoa. L. L. Oailoway .... 
Wm. Henry Adams .... 

Francis Dunne 

John Wilmot 

Wm. M. Wetenhall 

Chris. L. Strickland .... 
9 John K. Jauncey ^ . . . . 

Henry Onslow 

Tho. Harte Franks 

George Staunton 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Wm. Hen. Goode 

Henry C. Powell 

George Wright 

Edward Shanly^ 

W. G. D. Nesbitt 

John Green Paley 

Fred. Wm. Hill 

James Horsburgh 

Etiw. Rich. White 

Charles Harford 

Arthur B. Cane 

R. Lloyd Thomas 

William Fenwick 

John Garvock «... 

Ensigns. 



John Hen. Grant 

Hen. E. Longden 

Sam. Goold Adams . . . . 

J. W. K. Penrose 

Geo. J. Thomas 

John James Bull 

Herb. Wat Wms. Wynn 



BNSION. 



14 AprU 13 
1 Feb. 21 
P 29 May 23 
P 23 June 25 
P23Sept24 
P31 Mar. 25 

12 Mar. 07 
P24 Not. 25 
P 7 July 25 
P 5 Oct 26 

21 May 18 
9 April 26 
PlONoT. 25 
1 June 26 
P27 April 27 
P 26 June 27 
P27 Dec. 27 
P 6 Aug. 29 
P 8 June 30 
P 16 Feb. 31 

11 Jan. 
P 13 Dec. 

26 Dec. 



33 
33 
34 
P 4 Sept 35 



8 Mi^or Broom wu at tlis 
■k'^ and capture of MalUfauin 
in the East ludJet in 1818. 

4 Capt. Jaunoey, ezp«dftloo 
to WoJcheren. Peninsula ftx>m 
July 1812 to Juuo 1814, Inctud- 
inf battl« of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, re- 
treat fH>fl» ditto, and serond siege ; retreat fkom 
Villa Franca after the battle of the Pass of 
Ordal ; liiveninicnt of Barcelona In 1814. £x- 
pedition to Naples In 1815. 

A Lieut. Shanly senred the campaigns of 
18 IS, 14. and Ifi, in Upper Canada, and was pre- 
sent nt the liattles of Chippewa and Laody'a 
Lane (wounded). 

6 Quarter-Master Blenklnsop was present at 
the action before Alcoy in Spain. 

7 Or. Regan serred in the expedition ifalnst 
New Orleans. 

Paymaster.— VUihert Uniacke, 6 July, 26 ; Ens. 14 May, 12 ; Lieut. 9 Sept 18 

Atffutant. — ^John Oarvock, (Lieut.) 23 Aug. 30. 

Quarter-Master.— 9 Wm. Blcnkinsop,** 13 Aug. 20. 

^urpeon.— J. Regan,^ 2 Nov. 30; Assist. - Surg. 1 8ept 14 ; Hosp.-A. 7 Oct 00. 

Assistant-Surgeon. — Stephenson Teevan, M.D. 23 Noy. 26: Sosp.-Assist. 16 

June, 25. 

Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messn. Cox k Co. 

[Returned froin Corfu^ 28 Jan. 38.] 

1 Sir John Lambert eerred in Flanders, and was at Linoellet and the sicget of Valoicleaaas^ and Dnnkirk} 
kii reeelTed a Crone fbr NWelle, Nive, Orthiss, and Toulouse. 



2 April 36 
16 Sept 36 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P17 Aug. 38 
P25 May 38 
P 7 June 39 
P 5 July 39 



LIEUT. 



14 Nov. 22 
Pll Mar. 24 
P 23 June 25 
P 10 Sept. 26 
P 16 Mar. 26 
P 8 April 26 

10 Feb. 08 
P27 Mar. 27 
P26 Sept 26 
P 15 Feb. 81 

P31 July 28 
P 17 July 26 
P27 April 27 

10 Sept 30 
P24 May 33 
P 29 Not. 33 
P 13 Dec. 33 

26 Dec. 34 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P 4 Sept 35 

16 Sept. 36 
P 1 Mar. 30 
P 7 June 39 

31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BREVBT- 
MAJOR. 



28 June 38 



P26May 25 
P 18 July 26 
P 30 Dec. 26 
P 15 Feb. 81 
P31 Aug. 30 ^ , ^ 

'*24May83 J^<^2tt 

5 June 27 Waleiieren in 

P 4 Sept 86 180B,andMbse. 

P 1 Mar. 89 SJ««»«y.«» ^ 

P 7 June 30 eluding the ., 
pulse of the French at Bi^er, 
in front of Post a Banoe pass, 
afniirt in Roncesvalles pass, bat- 
tle of Nivelle, attacli on Cambo^ 
eroesing the Nive 0th Dec, ac- 
tion at St. Pierre d'Arrub* 
near Bayonne, ISth Dee. (twice 
wounded and severely), action 
at Sauveterre, passage of Gave 
d'OIeron,Hnd Gave de Pau, battle 
of Orthef , affair at Tari)es, action 
at Aire (wounded), and battle of 
Toulouse. 



t Col. M'CMkill wsa at the Undlnt At Porto Rleo. and ■!«(• of 8U Juaa, Hay, 1797. OapMnge to India when the iect 
eonvoy of Sir T. TTOwbridf e was attacked }itj the Pr«>aeli Admifal Linoto in tha Mmrmg9 84, a heavy IMgate, and 
ship. Aoff. 1805 \ pmcnt at th« slcget and caiittirM of Ports fialtarah. Singbor, Wooasolah, and a great maa/ otberi. 
Also at the redacdoa of the •trong fortreu «f Sholapors, aail tb« atiacli aad dlspcnlfla of 6^000 of tlM Poikwa*! chol— it troops 
f ua^ly posted wifb Uwtr gum, lA of iHiich wen captiirad uoder the walla of tho fort, lllh May, 1818. 

S Sir Idn. WtlltaiM aervcd the campaign oT I79B la Holland, tnriiidiag the actions of the ted and 8tb Oct. (wooadod) \ 
preacnt at tbo battle of Malda In 1806, and the takli« of lichla In 180B. Serred thioiaghont the war In Ibe Peninmila. in- 
eftnilng tho following balties, tieget, ftc, vis. Buiaco (wounded). Bad^ios, 1811, Bahunanea (twice wouaded, once lovercly), 
Bttwoa. Vttlorla. ToIom, St. SebasUan Ul, Sad (woondcd) aad Srd asMulto, Bidaasoa, Nivelta, Nive, Adour, and wouadod 
■t Iho laioitHiBiil of Boyooae. 181 



rsentai I 

I. Oi«**fiti 



" Salak AvoA"— «' PTBBvnt*'— •• NiTBxxB"—" NxTx'*— "Obtkis"— •*iy>v&cnmi>*— « PmiMUU" 



I'Serv. 



PuU 
Pmy. 



86 



80 



41 



27 
27 
33 
23 
9 
12 
22 
14 
13 
10 

16 

16 

13 

13 

16 

11 

11 



8 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 

4 
4 
9 
8 
I 
9 
1 

92 
6 
2 

24 



2 



CoUmeL 
62 9 Sir Riifime Shawe Doiikin,> K.C.B. Sc G.C.H. JBru. 21 Har. 1778 : Lkut, 
hS Sept 79; Copt. 31 May, 93j i»fq;V>r, 1 Sept. 96; Lieut.^Cd. 24 May, 98; 
p*y. Col. 26 April, 08; Mqjor-Gen, 4 June, 11; Xiew^.-CTen. 19 July, 21; 

Gtn. 28 June, 38; Col, 11th Regt. 16 March, 37. 

lA Lieut.'ColoneL^9 George Leigh Goldie,* C.B. Cornt^, 3 Sept 08; lAmU. 14 
Mar.06; Capf.4Dec.06; JBrw.-ifcr<v.20June, U ; Brev.'Lt.'Col. 12Aiw.l9; 
Begtl'Mqfor, 4 May, 26; BegtL'Li^ut.-Col, 13 Aug. 30; CoL 10 Jan. 87. 
4^ Af<gVw#.— p B. Vigors Derinay,^ K.H. Stu. 28 May, 06; LimU. 16 Mar. 08; 

Cap^ 26 Oct 14; Mi^or, 4 Jan. 33. 
9 CecU Biadiopp,* C.B. Comet, 10 Dec. 1799; LietU. p14 Oct 00; Capt, 28 
June, 08; JBr«W-Afn;©r,27 May,26; Brepei'Lieut,'Col.l9Jnn.26i Regtl- 
Mqjor, 6 Sept 34. ' ^ 





1 






























A 





Captains. 

Wm. Chambre 

m H. Keane Bloomfidd 

9 Imuus Richardson' 

Edward Sterling Fannar 
John Taylor Winnington 

John Fordyce 

Edward Moore * * 

John Singleton 

Hen. Blankley H. Rogers 
John Lee 

LiBUTBKANTS. 

John Tobin 

James Goold 

Bertram Charles Mitford 

Arthur Kennedy 

Edward Lionel WoUey . . 
Gerald Geoige Dunlevie 

Lewis Alex. Boyd 

Alexander Browne 

Alexander Cockbum .... 

James Forbes 

Edw. Lynch Blosse .... 

R. Brown T. Boyd 

Aug. Fred. Jenner 

Ensigns. 

Sam. Symes Cox 

Valentine F. Story 

Geo. Edw. A. Tobin .... 

Walter F. Clark 

Simon Fitzh. Jacson 

Alex. S. G. Jaancey .... 

Jas. lUbot Stanley 

Jas. Hamilton Ross .... 



BNSION. 



9 July 11 

30 Sept 13 
6 Aug. 07 
2 Jan. 17 

P 2 Dec 31 
P 18 Dec 28 
21 May 18 
P 17 June 26 
P 17 Jan. 28 

31 Aug. 30 

P28Dec 26 
P 16 Sept 26 
p27 April 27 
P24 May 27 
P29Dec. 26 
26 Mar. 29 
21 May 29 
P 3 May 31 
P 4 Dec 32 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P 16 Not. 33 
P20 Feb. 36 
P 9 Oct 36 

P13NOV.36 
P26NOT. 36 
P30Dec. 36 
Pll May 38 
P26Jan. 39 
P 16 Feb. 39 
P 4 Jan. 39 



LIBUT. 



27 May 12 
P 7 Aug. 17 
1 Oct 08 
P 10 Jan. 22 
P24 July 36 
Pll May 32 
7 Apr. 26 
P31 Dec 27 
P 12 Apr. 33 
P19 Juned6 



CAPTAIN. 



31 

32 
33 
33 
36 



P 10 Jan. 22 
P 1 Apr. 24 

7 Apr. 26 
P18 0ct 33 
P 1 Sept 37 
P 6 Aug. 36 

7 Feb. 30 
P 16 Feb. 39 
P14 0ct 36 
P 26 Apr. 39 



BaBTBT- 
MAJOB. 



10 Jan. 37 
28 June 38 
28 June 88 



ISir aoAwt 
taking of MwtlBlqttc^ 
81. Ladet 



1 



ivc4 • 1 
(Ul fbff lUiVMa. 

1 Cca. Goldlr Mnrcd ta dw 

laU frooi March ISOS to Nor. ItlS. 



bwm. 



of TaJavan, 
Vltiflrte, aad ite 

aUmUiaaiac. 



P 16 Aug. 27 
21 May 29 
P 3 May 
P 17 Feb. 
4 Jan. 
P 18 Oct 
P 9 Oct 
P 13 Not. 36 
P27 May 36 
P 10 July 37 
P26Jan. 30 
Pl6Feb. 39 
P21 June39 

40eL Blaahop^ 
Comoaai aivadltk 
aovthof] 

• M^or EMuuibM 
IS0SCoOat.lSI4. 
ratNatoftfwamjto 
pava. oTiha aa. wbaa Ib^ tovka vp A«b 
4.1SII t block. aC Ateaida (Bid tat. of 




WalebcfVB. aad 

t Dr. Lcoaaid 
ISII to Sast 1814. 




P21 June39 

^TT^"^^^T^^l^A^ Feb. 21 ; J&w.r48^t 08; Xi«rf.9 Aug. 00. 
^4rii'aiU.~a B. T. Boyd, (Xtmif.) 16 Feb. 39. ^^u^.%mf. 



KuoTter- Afa««er.>-.J. J. Grant, 6 Oct 38. 



^HZT^f^^H^"^' a Aug. 33; AsM^Surg. 11 May, 16; ffcn>.. 
Atntiant'Swrgeons.'^JtLmeB Stewart, 17 April, 38. 

Patrick Brodie, 20 April, 26; Ho9p.^AmiH. 16 Jane, 25. 
Faemgi, Qreea.—AiftffU, Messrs. Cox k Co. ' 

IM^Ior Dafluy*a an i kaa i-Ctmta!^ and battia aC Conmu (arvcivly wnMilail ia boHi k.^ 
?iS^*f?J"'?*!~ •'/?««•*«*(«««>•«»»• «•«•»») !• Il» P«tf««la: M« Daa. ISIOwSnaa «! or tb. 

^P«at. or t^po JUfor , eaptw. ar OUTaa^, |«t rf,„ gf BadnJ- 1 



•Sbltaar RcdlBbo aad Pombal t ra- 



Madftd I aSblta «r Oma and JocoMo I bom* aC Viuoria I bloekado oT PamariM* . .flMM ..« 

109 ^— -•■... 




*S;iSi.uS7f"] 12^A {or ths East Suffolk) Regt. of Foot. 



fScrrlnt %i th« 
Mfturitiut. 



Yeari'Senr. 



63 



P.7. 



38 

22 
18 



Half 
Pay. 



ft 

14 



<< MINDEN"— " GIBRALTAR"— with the CastU and Key—'' MtmtU Imignia 

Calpt^*^'' SERINGAPATAM"— " INDIA." 

Colonel, 
Hon. Robert Meade, Ens. 7 Not. 1787 ; Lieut. 15 May, 93 ; Capt. 23 Sept. 93 ; 
Jlf<V0r,3OOct.94; Xt«ti/.-Co;.10Mar. 95; Co2. 29 April, 02 ; Mojar-Gen. 
25 Oct 09 ; Lieut.'Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Coil. 12th Regt. 
9 Oct. 23. 

Lieyt.-Coloml. 
9 Joaeph Jone«,i Em. 31 Jan. 11 ; Lieut. 5 Feb. 14; Capt. P26 Sept. 23; 
lf<Vor, P 8 Oct. 30; lAeut.-Coi. P28 Aug. 35. 

MqjoTM. 
John Patton, Em. 18 Sept 17 ; lAeut. p 1 Mar. 21 ; Capt. P 10 Sept. 25; M^ior^ 

PSl Oct 34. 
H. Arthur O'Neill, Cwnet, P 11 Oct 21 ; Lieut. 10 Sept 24; Capt. p4 Feb. 26; 
jr<(|/tfr, P28Aiig. 35. 



15 


ft 


29 





14 





18 





12 





25 


1 


10 





28 





7 





9 





21 


7ft 


6 





10 





5 





5 





4 





10 





6 





4 





10 





4 





6 






4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





29 


ft 


4 





11 





27 





5 





12 






Captains. 

Sir R. A. Douglas, Bt. . . 
Sterling Freeman Glover 

Richard England 

WmiamBell 

Gerald Steph. Fitz Gerald 
Juliufl Henry Stirke . . . 

Edward Walhouae 

Francis Marsh 

J. M. Perceval 

Charles Granet 



XNBION. 



LlBUTBNANTS. 

9 William Dunne' 

Thomas Brooke 

John Francis Kempt .... 
Francis Gilbert Hamley 

James Boyd 

Rich. John Allen Phllipps 
Charles Robert Storey . . 
Hew Dalrymple Flanshawe 

Rob. Geo. Duff '. . 

Samuel Reed 

Perrott Thornton 

William Robert Lewis . . 

Ensigns. 
John Arthur O'Toole. . . . 

Henry D. Persse 

Ftancis Grey Tidy 

Bennett W. Gillman. . . . 

John Marcon 

Augustus Fred. Braham . . 

William Longfield 

William Dickson Butcher 
John Caldwell Bloomfield 



20 Dec. 24 

21 Feb. 11 
P 14 Sept 26 
P 3April27 

26 April 28 

4 Aug. 14 
P 8 Oct 30 

5 Mar. 12 
P 21 June 33 
P 19 July 31 

16 July 12 
P 31 Oct. 34 
1 16 June SO 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 28 Aug. 35 
p 18 Mar. 36 
P 16 June 30 
4 July 34 
P 29 July 36 

15 June 30 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P 21 Feb. 34 

P 30 July 36 

22 April 36 
30 June 37 

P 23 Aug. 37 
P 18 May 38 
P 26 June 38 
p 22 Mar. 39 
P 27 Sept. 39 



LIBTTT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 17 Sept 25 

25 Not. 13 

18 Dec. 28 
P 8 Oct 30 
P 15 Feb. 31 
P 25 Sept 23 
P31 Oct 34 

30 Dec. 19 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P 23 .fan. 35 

21 Sept 15 
P 29 July 36 

19 May 37 
P 25 July 37 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P 1 Sept. 37 

29 Jan. 36 
P 25 May 38 
P 26 June 38 

26 July 33 
P 22 Mar. 39 

26 June 38 



BRBYBT- 
MAJOB. 



P 17 Jan. 28 
P 31 May 33 
P 31 Oct. 34 
P 3July 35 
P 24 Mar. 37 
22 Nov. 36 
P 11 Aug. 37 
4 Jan. 33 
P 18 May 38 
P 27 Apr. 38 



8 Ltont. Dunne Mrv«d In 
the Peninsula tnaa Sept. 1612 
to Sept. 1814, includinf the 
twttlet of Vlttoria, Pyrenees 
(wounded), Nivelle and Nlve 
fh>in 9th to 18th Dee. 

S Quftrter-Mwter Swift serv- 
ed at Travancore in the East 
Indies in 1809, and at the at- 
tarli and capture of the Isle of 
France in 1810. 

4 Or. Cotton was at the 
siege and capture of Bburtpore 
in 1883 and Se. 



P 24 Jan. 40 
Paymaeter.—Z. Wade8on,9 Aug. 27 ; Ene. 27 June, 11 ; Lieut. 13 Oct 12. 
Adjutant.— neary D. Persse, {Em,) 22 Nov. 36. 
Quarter-Master.— B. Swift,' 21 May, 29. 
i^tfryeon.— Thomas F. Cotton,* 13 Mar. 35; Asstst.-Swrg. 17 Aug. 15; Hosp." 

Assist. 4 Oct 13. 
Asristant'Surgeom. — John Booth, 17 July, 35. 

William Robertson, 29 July, 30 ; Hosp.- Assist. 8 May, 28. 

Facings Yellow — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Ool. Jones serred In the Penfaisula fh>in Mareh 1818 to March 1814, Including battle of Castalla; siege 
of Tsrragona ; battle of Villa Pruca and retreat ; taking of the forU in the Pass of Ballaguer, and blockade 
of Barcdona. 
163 



^'Siri«.^'"] 13rt (or Isi Somersetshire) Foot-^Liglit Infantry. [^'SSt" 

The Bpkknx, with tb« vords, " EGYPT'— " MARTINIQUE"— « AVA." 

CoUmel, 
Bdw. Morrison, JS^. 20 Jan. 1777 ; Lieut, Sc Capt. 15 Sept. 80; Cvpt, k Und^ 

Col. 13 Jan. 90; Col. 26 Feb. 95; Mqjar-Gen. 1 Jan. 98; Xieo/.-Gfn. 1 Jan. 

05 : Qen. 4 June, 14 ; Col. 13th Light In&ntiy, 15 Feb. 13. 
Lieut.'Colonas.—Sir Robert Henry Sale,> K.C.B. Snt. 24 Sept 95; LiaU. 12 

April, 97 ; Capt. 23 March, 06 ; Mi{f&r, 30 Dee. 13 ; Lieut. -CoL 2 June, 26; 

CoL 28 June, 38. 
William H. Dennie,' C.B. Bns. 1 Jan. 00; Lieut. p4 Aug. 04; Caji^.P40ct 

10; Mqjor^ p 19 April, 21 ; Lieut. -Col. P 6 July, 32. 
lfq;or#.— Edward T. Tronson,* Ens. 28 Not. 06 ; Lieut. 26 Jan. 08 ; Otpt. 

P 2 Sept. 19 ; Mc(j&r, P 27 March, 35 ; Brev.-Lieut.-Col. 23 July 39. 
9 Tristram C. Squire,^ Bru. 24 April, 09; Lieut, p 31 Jan. 10; Capt. p 18 Oct 

21 ; M€0ar, 10 Jan. 37 ; RegtaL-Mqjor, 21 April, 39. 



YcwB'Serr. 


64 


FuU 


Half 


P*y. 


P«y. 


41 


»A 


41 





34 





31 


A 


37 





24 

23 


^ 


32 





15 





13 





24 
22 


4 


21 


6j^ 


18 





13 





13 





12 





10 





10 





9 





8 





9 





8 





8 





8 





6 





6 





6 





6 





5 





6 





4 





3 





4 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





I 





22 


7ft 


13 





27 





24 


8A 


16 





4 






Captains. 
Robert Joseph Debnam* 

Wm. Sutherland' 

James Kerahaw^ 

Robert Pattiflflon* 

J. Q. Dalhonsie Taylor . . 
Horatio Nelson Vigors . . 

Heniy Havelock' 

9 Rich. M. Mefedith*<» . . 
Fra. Wm. 8tehelhi*> .... 
A. P. Sarage WUkinson " 

LiBUTBMANTS. 

Hamlet Wade 

James H. Feuwick 

Peter Raym. Jennings . . 
Robert George Hughes . . 
Alex. Essex F. Holcombe 

Gksorge King 

Rollo QiUespie Burslem. . 
John Steward Wood .... 

Frederick Holder 

Wm. Alex. Sinclair .... 
ffon. E. J. W. Forester. . 
Fred. Gordon Christie . . 

Thomas Oxley 

J. Byron Hobhonse .... 

David Rattray 

Edward King 

George Mein 

Richard Edward Frere . . 
Francis Levett Bennett . . 

George Wade 

Henry Penny 

EXSIOK8. 

John Wm. Cox 

WUliam Williams 

F. Van Straubenzee .... 
Thos. Beckwith Speedy . . 
T. F. P. C. Scott ...*... 

G. G. C. Stapylton 

Edward B. Curcton .... 

Rob. S. Parker 

Arthur Oakes 

George Talbot 



BN9ION. 



25 June 03 
29 July 13 
13 Feb. 17 
31 Mar. 08 
1 July 25 
P 12 April 27 

20 July 15 
1 April 13 
8 Oct 12 

25 Dec. 22 

P 22 Feb. 27 

25 Oct 27 
P 5 Aug. 28 
P 29 June 30 
P 3 Dec. 30 

13 April 31 

13 April 32 
12 April 31 

P 27 AprU 32 

P 23 June 32 

P 28 Dec 32 

8 AprU 34 

18 July 34 
P 27 June 34 
P 27 May 35 
P 22 May 35 

19 June 35 
P 22 July 36 
P 25 July 37 

27 May 36 
P 9 Mar. 38 

26 June 38 
P 3 Aug. 38 
P 17 Aug. 38 

15 Mar. 39 
P 26 Apr. 39 

14 June 39 

21 June 30 
P 5 July 39 

31 Dec. 39 



LIBUT. 



10 June 04 

26 May 14 

2 Dec. 24 

4 Jan. 10 

25 Oct 27 
P 11 Aug. 29 
P 24 Oct 21 

26 Jan. 15 

8 Feb. 16 
16 Dec. 24 

9 Aug. 30 
30 Oct 31 

P 22 June 32 
P 6 July 32 
12 Sept 34 
P 16 Jan. 35 
P 27 Mar. 35 
P 21 Aug. 35 
P 22 July 36 
2 Aug. 36 

5 June 38 
90 July 38 

P 3 Aug. 38 

P 4 Aug. 38 

2Sept38 

29 Jan. 39 

21 April 39 

14 June 39 

P 5 July 30 

6 Sept 39 

7 Feb. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



22 July 30 

23 July 39 



P 1 April 10 

P 27 Oct 28 

P 11 Aug. 29 

30 Oct 31 

P 6 July 33 

P 27 Mar. 35 

5 June 38 

2 Sept. 38 

21 April 39 

6 Sept 39 



4 M^ler Sqnliv 
paigiif of 1810, II, wd 11. la lb« 
PmlBMlU I MTVtd hi the 
WW la 18S4. 

• M^. OrtaiHa*a wttIot 
palfn or ltD4, Ineludli^ 
ladarat dtft of 
caa^algaa «r ISlfl, l\ It. 
India I eaptore of 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



or 

IMMl 



6 Caiit. SuttHflaad i 
6at llw Bunnaa war, 
capcui* «f Chcdaba i pfiiaaiaw la 
front or laagaaM,Koka|ffa.llapadl^ 
MeUooQ. sad Pafam-Maw. 

7 Utynr lL«ff«haw Mrrcd timaglHat 
ttM B«nBM»war,aad watwaaadfdal 
tke oafton ofttM Wand af Chfdate. 

8 Caitt. PattiMOB waaslcap. or Mat- 
ttafqva 1808^ and Ovadaleupt 1810 1 
■aw doMp fcoflSISa UlaCHadai 
•erred thvovfli. ttie Bur. war. ladad. 
eapw of Kaafook. and matm. tb« M« 
lowlBf toelMdri t— Kwaai ort. &•- 
fcaifB (MT. w«Mdad). PModa Bill, 

Napadee. Mrllooo, 

9 CapC. RafaUwk i 
out tba Banaaaa war. 

10 CapC Maredlth aerred to tbm Pttdnmto A««i Nor. 
181S to Jaaa 1814. aad was aettvcly aa ^dwy ad Am *< 
PirmwM to tka balda of TMlovar. at wMca Ho 
pmrac Served to GaMda to ISH ml U t 
at eaptare or Raiwooa May 1S14. 

II Captate Siehella arrved Hia *— i»«r- af Wt 
aadUlaCaMda. Samd tbrae«koBt i 
tacladiiif eapture of Chedutai aad KiiMmim 
ttoae befbfv Baafooa, aad attark of Pagoda 
If Capt Wilklnamterred throofhoat tho Bar 
IS gaarlL-Maiiar Shceldaa eerved at tke Penol. aad 
thRMfhooi Urn eaaipalcB of IBOl la Iffyptt praaeM at 
the captare of Maitiaiqao ISOS i 




Sns. 1 Jan« 11 ; Lieut. 19 Mar^, 14. 



7 Feb. 40 
Paynuuter. — Harry Carew, 1 Feb. 31 ; 
Aijutant.^HeatiXet Wafle (Lieut.) 5 June, 38. 
Quarter^MoMter.^Uexk^ Sheridan," 18 Feb. 13. 
Surgton.^-1^ €8 Denis Murray, M.D. 23 Nov. 32 : Aeeitt^'SuratOfU 22 June, 

15 ; Hoep.'At9iMt. 9 Nov. 12. 
AMtiMtant'Surgetme.-^. Robertson, M.D. 13 Mar. 26 ; Hoep.-AuiH. 29 Dee. 25. 

George West Barnes, M.D. 8 April, 36. 
Faring Yellow — Agent y Messrs. Cox 8l Co. 

I Sir a. R. Sola waa at Hw MMic of MaUarelly t7th March, 1790 •i^re aad alorwtar of SeHaiapalam (aMdal) t mmm^^m 
af ISS4 to Iha Weyaaad aoaairy i itorakhir ef the TTavaaeore Itaea la 1800 ; eaptarp of the lale of Praacc la 1810 i preaeal at 
of l aai nna . aad aerrcd threaghoat the Banaeee war \ wouadad •eeerrly oa the head ISch Per.M t aad agaia at 
SUfhUjr woaaded la the a«aalt aad captare oT the Potttvae aad riiadel oT Ohuaaeo, to A^chaabiaa. ialy !«■ 
palfa of 180» aad to ladia aad#r LufA Lake; prreeat at the eaptair oT th» Ma aT PrMcw ia 



t Ool. DeaaiaMrved the 



ISIS I aleo at the caplai* of 
S OoL Ttanoa waa at the 



Ihfoafhoat the Bof 



war ( woaaded |a the head IMh Uec. ISM. 



of M a rt la l qae 1800 aad Ouadaloape 1810 ) terred the camt«ltaa ef 1811 •■• U ^i Ca 
I aenred ih i a a ohoat the Bunaeae war, aad waa aaveralf woaaded at PatauaM 0th Pah. 1808. 

164 



Yeut'SerT. 



67 



"sSliSttS^] 14rt {or BucUngh mshire) Reg iment of Foot. [*[j;\»fJlSr 

Th»B9iftdTiiftr, niptneribed" INDIA."— On the Bear-ikfn Oaptof the Grenadien and Dmmmen, the WMU 
Bort*, -Nte atper^ MIt«U."—"TOURNAY"—**C0RUNNA"—" JAVA"— "WATERLOO" 
— "BHURTPORE." 

CoUmel, 
Sir James Watson/ K.C.B.y JSns. 24 Jane, 1783 ; LietU, 18 April, 82 ; Capt, 11 
Mar. 95 ; Major, 3 Dec. 02 ; Lteut.-Col. 16 May, 06 ; Col, 4 June, 14 ; 
Mq^-'Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Lieut,-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 14th Regt. 24 May, 37. 

Lieta.'ColimeL-^ Mathias Bverard,' G.B. k K.H. JBru, 28 Sept. 04; Lieut. 21 
March, 05 ; Capt. 23 April, 07 ; Brevet-JUqfor, 19 July, 21 ; RegtL-Mqjor, 1 1 
Nov. 25; Breoet'Lieui.-Col. 19 Jan. 26; RegtL'Lieut.-Col. 4 Aog. 29. 

3rq;<>r#.~Maurice Barlow, Ens. p 21 July, 14 ; Lie%a. 23 March, 15 ; Capt. p 20 
Dec. 21 ; Mqjor, p 12 June, 28. 

James Watson, Sns. 22 Mar. 21; Lieut. P25 Dec. 22; Capt. p 14 Dec. 32; 
Major, P 10 Jan. 40. 



FuU 
P»J. 



34 



25 
19 



32 
31 
31 
15 
15 
18 
14 
11 
17 
9 



15 
12 
9 
8 
7 
6 
11 
6 
5 
5 
4 
4 



4 
2 

1 
4 
1 
1 
1 

30 

4 
17 

6 
5 



Hair 
Pay. 








14 


16A 





























m 









Captains. 

9 Martin C. Lynch^ 

Cha. Rayner Newman^. . 
Dickens M. Hazlewood^ 

Qeorge Douglas . . , 

Tho. Holmes Tidf 

Joseph Smith , 

John Watson^ 

Geo. A. Wilson 

Oeoige Beere 

Robert Spread Grady . 

Lieutenants. 



BNSION. 



Robert Daly" 

Ralph Budd 

Hen. M. F. Stirke . . 

John Dwyer 

Collett Leyenthorpe 
Arth. W. Campbell 
Edward Archdall . , 

Henry Pigott 

WiUiam Douglas . . 
EdMrard Prothero . . 
William Blundell .. 

John Spence 

Rob. Wm. Romer . . 



Ensigns. 

Arthur H. Elton . . 
T. Edmonds Holmes 
John Peter HaU.... 
Manley Geo. Dwarris Hall 
Thomas Hamilton 
David Tho. Armstrong 



28 Oct. 36 
P28 Dec. 38 
P26 April 39 

22 April 36 
P31 Aug. 39 

22 Nov. 39 
LoftosHare ..Ip31 Jan. 40 



11 Feb. 08 
28 Sept. 09 
10 May 09 

P 8 Oct. 25 
14 AprU 25 
16 Feb. 08 
20Jaly 26 

P 29 Sept. 29 
8 Feb. 07 

P 3 Feb. 32 



8 Aug. 22 

10 Mar. 25 

31 July 28 

P 19 July 31 

P 28 Sept. 32 

15 Mar.. 33 

6 Sept. 34 

P 9 July 29 

P23May 34 

P 2 Oct. 35 

P30Oct. 35 

22 April 36 

P 30 Sept. 36 



LIEUT. 



31 May 09 

15 Aug. 11 
P 13 Dec. 10 
p 5 April 27 
P 28 Sept. 26 

14 Mar. 11 
P 17 May 27 
P 21 Dec. 32 

29 Nov. 07 
P 3April35 



6 Jan. 26 

P 16 Mar. 26 

6 Sept. 34 

21 Not. 34 

P 2 Oct. 35 

25 Dec. 35 

P25 Nov. 36 

14 June 33 

I Aug. 38 

P 26 April 39 

P 10 Jan. 40 

11 Jan. 40 

P24Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



22 June 26 
P 1 May 28 

10 July 31 
P 26 June 35 
P 2 Oct. 36 

13 Mar. 27 
Pll Aug. 37 
P 26 April 39 

19 June 27 
P 10 Jan. 40 



4 Captain Lynch was at the 
siege of FlushluK. Berred ai 
Malta and the Ionian Islands 
under Lord Win. Bentinck. 
At Genoa and in the South of 
Prance in 1814. Present at 
the siege and capture of Bburt- 
pore, wounded at Oie assault 
18th Jan. 1826. 

6 Captain Newman was at 
the sl^e and storming of 
Bhartpore. 

C^>tain Bailewood was at the siege and 
capture of Flushing, 1800. Present at the siege 
and capture of Bhurtpore, 1880. 

7 Captains Tidy and Watsoa were at the siege 
and oaptnrs of Bhurtporv. 

8 Lieut. Oaly lost a leg at Bhurtpora. 

Quarter - Master Goddard was at Water- 
loo, 18th June, and storming of Cambraj, 84th 
June, 1816. Present at the Siege of Hattrass. 
Serred the campaign of 1817 and 18, in th« 
Deccan. Present at the siege and storming 
of Bhurtpore, 1896. 

Paymaster. — Peter Valentine Wood, 2 Aug. 31 ; JBnt. 17 Sept 07 ', Lieut. 

3 Jan. 11 ; Capt. 13 Feb. 28. 
Acgutant.-— John Spence, (Lieut.) 28 Oct 36. 
Quarter-Master.—^BSBi Samuel Goddard/ 20 March, 23. 
Surgeon. — Richard Dowse, 8 Jan. 36 ; AsHst.'Surg. 25 Jan. 15. 
Amet^Surgt. — Henry Drnmmond, M.D. 28 Nov. 34. 
John Thomson Telfer, 17 July, 35. 
JP'aeinge Baff.-^Agent, Mr. Charles Downes, 14, Warwick-street, Charing-cross. - 
1 Sir James Watson has recelred a medal for Java, and has performed distinguished lerriee in the 
wioua wars In the East Indies. 

a Colonel Everard's serrtces :— Expedition to South America, Including taUng of Maldonado ; actions 
prertoua Us and assault of Monte Video, whers he commanded the Forlorn Hope. Campaign and battle of 
Cpnmna. Expedition to Waleheren, and siege of Flushing. Commanded 14th Regt. at the siege of Hatrass, 
1816. Commanded Flank Battalion in the campaigns of 1817 and 18, under Lord Hastings. Commanded 
I4lh Begt. at the siege and assault of Bhurtpore, 1886. 
165 I 



llSJiJSj'ifS:] 15tt {or the Yorkshire E. B.) Regiment of Foot \^^^ 



" MABTINIQUE"— " QUADALOUPB." 



YMit'SerT. 



67 



PaU 
Phy. 



IS 



27 
15 



Half 
Pay. 



3ft 

ft 
ft 



32 
17 

15 
14 
14 
16 
11 

9 
10 

8 

81 

15 

14 

10 

10 

7 

7 

7 

7 

4 

4 

4 

8 

S 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

29 

14 
2 



9 Sir Moore Disney/ K.C.B., Em, 17 April, 1783 ; Lieut, ft Caipt. 3 June, 91; 
Capt, k, LieiU.'Col. 12 June, 05 ; Col. 29 April, 02 ; Mqfar-Geti. 25 Oct 09 ; 
Lieut.'Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 15tfa Regit. 23 July, 14. 

Lieui.'Colonel. 
Lard Charles Wellesley, JSfM. p16 Jan. 24; Lieut. p21 Not. 28; Copt. Pfi6 

Feb. 30; Brevet-JUqjor^ 9 Sept. 31 ; Begtl.'Mqfor, p4 Oct. 33; Lieut.-Col. 

P29Dec.37. McQere. 

Thomas A. Drought, IBm. 11 Not. 13 ; lAeut. p 16 Oct 17 ; Capi. p 10 Oct 22 ; 

McQetr^ P31 Dec. 30. 
Wm. Robert Bmdenell Smith, Bm. 29 July, 24 ; Ueut. p 28 Jan. 26 ; Copt. p90 

Mar. 27 ; Mqjor, p 21 June, 39. 



Captainb. 



EN8ION. 



3A 

ft 



ft 








0ft 




4ft 

























Geo. Dennis Colman .... 
Robert A. Cnthbert .... 

James R. Bmnker 

T. Halifax Western .... 

Geofge Pinder 

R. H. J. B. M'Cumming 

John A. Cole 

John Hope Wing6eld . . 
Fits William Walker. . . . 
Charles Horrocks 

LlBUTBNAlVTS. 

F. Lennox Ingall 

Jas. Roy Norton 

James Hay 

Robert Mac Oregor 

Hen. Scott Colman .... 
H. B. F. Dickinson .... 

Henry Grieison 

John Hen. Ashhnrst .... 

Hem. C.R. West 

Daniel Capd 

Hon. Francis Colbome . . 

Henry Bond Head 

Chas. Edw. Astell 

Eksions. 

J. Allix Wilkinson 

Alger R. Sewell 

WilliamBoyle 

J. R. Barry 

Edward Pardoe 

James Button 

John Smith 

C. Theodore de Montenach 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIH. 



29 Dec. 04 

P26 8ept23 

9 April 25 

2 Jan. 26 

P24Aug.26 

P 16 Dec. 24 

14 Jan. 30 
P 17 May 31 
P31 Dec. 30 
P 4 Jan. 33 

8 April 13 

April 25 

16 Feb. 26 

6 Oct 25 

P 19 Not. 30 

5 July 33 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 13 Dec. 33 
P30Aug. 33 
P29 April 36 
P 1 Oct 36 
P23Dec 36 
P24Feb. 37 

10 Mar. 37 
P 16 Feb. 38 

6 Dec. 38 
PUDec. 38 
P 18 Jan. 39 
P21 June 39 
P 12 July 39 

|P13July 89 



21 May 06 
P 7 July 25 
9 Sept 28 
P 5 June 27 
P31 Dec. 30 
P 6 Oct 25 

26 May 33 
P 4 Oct 33 
P 17 June 36 
P2lOct 36 

14 Mar. 16 

17 Dec. 30 

21 Dec. 32 

8 Aug. 27 

P29 April 36 

P23Dec. 36 

P 24 Feb. 37 

P 16 Feb. 88 

P 6 June 35 

PUDec. 38 

PlSJan. 39 

P21 Jnne39 

P22 June39 



18 May 15 
P28May 29 
Pl4Sept32 
P29 April 36 
P 21 Oct 36 
P26NOT. 30 
P 14 Dec. 88 
P 18 Jan. 89 
P 21 June 30 
P22 June 39 



BEBT.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 87 



9 OiBteia Walker wm at tk« 
•tofe of Fluahlnf and takiaff of 
Terrere, lo the Ulaad of Wtl« 
cheren. Pment at tbe cronlBf 
of the Bldaasoa, and action bt- 
foio BafoiuM. 



Piqfiiiiiff«r.— 9 Charles Walker,* 1 July, 24; i?fi#. 24 Mar. 08 : Xisuf. 5 Dec. 04; 

Capt. 21 Oct 13. 
il4^'ic^afi/.— James Hay, {Ueut.) 16 Feb. 26. 
Qyarter-MoMter.S. Cartmail, 12 July, 89 ; Em. 7 Dec 88. 
Surgeon.—^m. Dobson, 29 Mar. 89; Astitt.'Swg. 22 Sept 25 : Boep,'Amtt. 

6 May, 16. ^r , r 

.'Swfft.-'Wm. Wallace, M.D. 8 Mar. 27 ; Hoep.'As$%et. 17 Ai«. 20. 
Henry Franklin, 29 Dec 87. 
Paeuigi Yellow — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Moore DiMcj terred nader the Dake of York in Flaaden: haa received a Medal Ibr Corvaaa ; ■a' 
eemmaaded a Mgade IB the SapedlUoa to Walcheran. c«» wr «^iti». . 

166 



\ 



£mb. for For.*] 
Serr. 1819. J 



16/A {or the Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot. 



rSeiring in 



Yeart'SviT. 



55 



Full 
Pay. 



40 

35 
36 
32 



32 
31 
24 
27 
20 
20 
25 
14 
20 
14 

20 

14 

15 

16 

14 

16 

13 

13 

12 

12 

10 

9 

12 

9 

9 

9 

8 

8 

12 

7 

4 

6 

5 

4 
8 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Hair 
Pay. 



IS 
12 
11 



14 



1ft 

A 


8A 







§ 

7 







lOA 
»A 





m 




























9 Wm. Carr, Vite. Beresford/ O.C.B. & O.C.H. Eru. 27 Aug. 1785 ; Lieut, 25 

June, 89 ; Capt. 24 Jan. 91 ; Mqjar, 1 March, 04 ; Lieut.-Cal, 11 Aug. 94 ; 

Col, 1 Jan. 00; Major-Qen. 25 April, 08; lAeut.-Qetu 1 Jan. 12; Gen, 27 

May, 25 : Col, 16 Regt. 15 March, 23. 
Lieta,'ColoneU,—J^ Adam Gordon Campbell,* JE^. 22 Not. 98; Lieut, 14 

Oct. 00 ; Capt, 29 Sept. 04 ; Brevet-Mt^or, 4 Jane, 14; Begtl-Maior. 13 

Jnlj, 26 ; Lieut,'Col, 8 Feb. 34. 
9 Wi Oeofge Macdonald,* Bnt. 5 Sept. 05 ; Lieut, 25 Jaly,06; Capt. 17 Aug. 

15 ; JIfqfor, p 13 Aug. 30 ; Ueut.-CoL 10 Jan. 37. 
Mqjort,-^, G. Carter, .Ertf. 23 Mar. 04 ; lAeut, 27 March, 05 ; Capt, 25 Dec. 

14; Jir<(;or, 8 Feb. 34. 
9 Henry Clements,^ En*. 7 April, 05 ; lAeut, 26 Aug. 07 ; Capt, 1 Sept 13 ; 

Memory 10 Jan. 37. 



Captains. 

Robert Browne 

John Dalsell 

Henry M'Manus 

James Brand 

Bobt. Luzmoore 

9 Haa Charles Mudie« .. 

Charles Murray 

Arthur Chas. Chichester 
Chas. Fred. Thompson . . 
Alex. Dick Colley 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Jones 

William Ashmore 

Alexander Munro 

William BeU 

John Willett P. Audain. . 

H. H. F. Clarkeo 

Francis Fairtlough 

Henry Copinger 

John Bruce 

Francis Cassidy 

Chas. Jeffries Carter .... 

Charles Hawker 

John Macdonald 

Wm. Robt. Lyon Bennett 
Wm. Alphonso Kirk .... 

John Henderson 

Geo. Harris Wallace .... 
Crofton Ham. Fitzgerald 
Hen. Durham Gibbs .... 
H. Anthony (VMolony . 

George Stoney 

Stephen Lawson , 

Gilliam Maclaine Ross . . 

Ensigns. 
H. C. Miln Ximenes .... 

Wm. Scott Carter 

Felix Ashpitel 

Thomas Ghuratt 

Chas. Lorenzo de Winton 

Lempster R. Elliot 

John Octav. Chichester. . 
Aylmer Strangford Craig 



BN8IGN. 



12 May 08 
1 Mar. 09 
18 July 16 
11 Mar. 13 
1 June 20 
4 Nov. 13 
1 Sept 15 
P 12 Dec. 26 

17 Aug. 20 
Pll Feb. 26 

24 Aug. 20 
P 18 Feb. 26 

6 Oct 15 

30 Nov. 15 
14 Dec. 26 

25 Nov. 24 
P 13 Mar. 27 

28 Apr. 25 

31 July 28 
P 25 Nov. 28 

18 June 30 
22 Feb. 31 
31 July 28 

P 12 Apr. 31 
30 Dec. 31 
P 20 Jan. 32 
P20 July 32 
P 14 Dec. 32 
P 30 Apr. 28 
P 24 Dec. 33 
P 13 May 36 

26 Dec. 34 

8 May 35 

Pll Mar. 36 
P 7 Apr. 87 
P 28 Apr. 37 

9 Mar. 38 
P 15 Feb. 39 

9 Aug. 39 

P26 0ct 39 

8 Nov. 39 



LIBUT. 



8 June 09 

10 Sept 12 

16 Apr. 20 

17 Aug. 20 

11 June 24 
4 Oct 15 

13 Oct 21 

PlONov. 29 

7 Apr. 25 

P 22 Not. 27 



CAPTAIN. 



7 Apr. 25 

1 Sept 25 

25 Oct. 27 

25 Apr. 28 

P31 Aug. 30 

P 26 Mar. 29 

5 May 35 

P 3 Apr. 35 

10 Jan. 37 

P25Dec. 35 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 
28 June 38 



1 Sept 25 
P 27 Apr. 27 

26 Apr. 28 

26 Apr. 28 

2 Oct 28 
1 May 26 

21 Aug. 30 
6 Mar. 28 

P 12 Apr. 31 
13 Dec. 31 
28 Dec. 31 
P 20 July 32 
P 4 May 32 
P 24 Dec. 33 

8 Feb. 34 
28 Nov. 34 

5 May 35 

27 July 35 
23 Mar. 33 
10 Mar. 37 

P 11 Jan. 39 

22 Jan. 39 

9 Aug. 39 






9 ColoD«l Campbell's Mr- 
Tieet: Egyptian campaign of 
1801, including the surrender 
of, and action to tlia vettward 
of Alexandria, campaign and 
battle of Corunna, liege and 
capture of Flushing. 

8 Colonel Macdonald ac- 
companied the expedition to 
Hanover in 1806, Joined th« 
army in Sicily in 1809, and 
was employed with it in its 
rarioui operations firom 1806 
to 1810; In 1810 vent with 
the expedition to Naples, and 
was present at the capture of 
Ischia and Procida; returned 
to Sicily and employed against 
the French army in 1811 ; in 
1812 was employed In Spain, 
including the battla of Castella, 
and siege of Tam^ona ; em- 
barlced for Canada in 1814, and 
was present at the operations 
before Plattsburgh; received 
three wounds at Waterloo, vis., 
in the leg, in the neck, and 
through the body, wounding 
the limgs. 
4 M^fbr Clements' services : Capture of the 
Cape of Good Hope in 1800; expedition to 
South America; campaign and battle of 
Comnna; expedition to Walcheren; Penin- 
sula from 1810 to 1814, including Cavares and 
Merlda, Salamanca, Begar, Yittoria, Valley of 
Bastian, and the Pyrenees. 

6 Captatai Mndie served In the Peninsala 
from Nov. 1818, to the end of the war. Including 
Uie bloclcade of, and repulse of the sortie from 
Bayonne. Served the campaign of 1810, and 
was present at Quatre Bras and Waterloo, 



6 Lieut. Clarke served bi the Burmese war. 
A Paymaiter,-^haB, H. Peirse, 23 Aug. 39 ; Ent. 6 Dec. 27 ; Lieut, 18 July, 30. 
Ad^ant.^^ohxi Bruce, {lAeut,) 3 March, 37. 
13j^ QiMirf€r-3ra^.— RobertI>ougla8,14June,33; ^9U.120ctl5; Zira«. 10 Aug. 26. 
^ur^om.— William Steele, 29 May, 35 ; A»tist,'Surg. 18 May, 12. 
Assietant-Surffeons, — Duncan Menzies, 29 July, 30; Hotp,''Aisiet, I Nov. 27. 

Samuel Ingram, 25 March, 28 ; Ho8p,'Asnit. 15 June, 26. 
Facuige Yellow— il^en/, ^ir John Kirkland, No. 80, Pall Mall. 

1 Lord Beresford has received a Cross and seven Chups for Corunna, Busaeo, Albuhen, Badi^os, Salamanca, 
(severely wounded) Yittoria, I^renees, Ntvelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
167 



Pi":?«?*'Srj mh{ar the Leicestershire) Refft. of Foot LBSrUr 

The Royal Tiger, superscribed « HINDOOSTAN." 

ColoneL 
Sir Fred. Augustus Wetherall/ G.C.H. Sns, 23 Aug. 1775; Lieut, 27 Aug. 76; 

Capt, 17 May, 81 ; Major^ 1 Mar. 94; Lieut.-Col. 20 May, 05; Col. 29 Apr. 

1802 ; Mqjor-Gen. 25 Oct 00 ; Lieut,'Gen. 4 June, 14; Qen. 10 Jan. 37. 
i;ieti^.-CM<m«^.~Wm.Croker,'C.B.£fU. p27 Mar.03; Zieu/. p2 June, 04; Capt. 

P20NOV.06; J9rtftM;^-Af£[;or,12 Aug. 19; 22«^2.-Jlff[^yPl6June,25; Lieut.- 

Col. 1 April, 36. 
Thomas Hall,* Ens. 26 Sept. 06; Lieut. 29 Aug. 07; Capt. P16 6ept 13; 

£rtfref-3r<{;or,19 Jan. 28; l?cgrf/.-Af<v'w, 24 July, 27 ; Lieut.-Col. p23 June,88. 
Mqjors.-^ohn Pennycuick,^ K.H. Ent. 31 Aug. 07; Lieut. 16 Jan. 12; Capt. 

P 14 June, 21 ; Mnoor, p 25 April, 34; Breoet^Lieut.^Col. 23 July, 30. 
Chas. John Deshon, Ent. P18 Sept. 17 ; Lieut. p6 Oct. 26; Capt. P22 April, 

26 ; Mqjor, P 16 June, 37. 



Yew* Serr. 


65 


Full 
P»y. 


Hftlf 
Pfcy. 


37 





33 


« 


29 


^ 


16 


m 



16 
10 
15 
15 
14 
12 
10 

7 
23 

23 

15 

14 

12 

7 

18 
12 
11 
10 
7 

10 

7 
6 
6 
5 
12 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 

3 
2 
2 
2 
27 

15 

17 

20 

2 




12 









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ft 








Captains. 

George Deedes 

9 Philip M'Pherson*.... 
Archibald Lockhart .... 

John Darley 

Isaac Blackbume 

Croker Miller 

John Enkine 

Wellington Hackett 

Legendre Ch. Boorchier*^ 

Lawrence Fyfe 

LiBUTSNAirTa. 
John Thomas Nagel .... 
9ltSI Darid Cooper^ . . . 
Wm. Fred. Harvey .... 

Bdw. Barry Owen 

Arth. Hyde Lucas 

9 Rob.OudgeonJohnston^ 
Archibald Dickson. ..*... 
Fred. Augustus Wetherall 
Eric Maouiy Clarke .... 
Js. Fiti Herbert de Tessler 
Sep. Barty W. Wynyard 

Savage Hall Corry 

Wm. Dnnlop Baird .... 

Henry Fane. 

Jas. Thomas Mauleverer 
Oliver Paget Bourke .... 
Jas. Willington Kyffin . . 
Thos. Ormsby Ruttledgc 
Harv. Well. Pole Welman 
Edw. Hen. Cormick .... 

John Fra. Jones 

JohnPenne&ther Perceval 
John L. Croker 



BNSIGN. 



P 2Sept.24 
2 Nov. 09 
P 19 May 25 
P 16 June 25 
P25May 26 
P29Jan. 29 
Pll Feb. 30 
PdODec. 31 
P 6 Apr. 33 
P 16 Oct. 17 

28 June 17 

11 Aug. 25 
Pll Apr. 26 

26 Apr. 28 
8 Mar. S3 

25 Oct 10 
2 Apr. 28 

10 Dec. 29 

20 Oct 30 
P 13 Sept 33 

13 June 30 
P 10 Dec. 34 
P29NOV. 33 
P 1 Aug. 34 
P 18 Apr. 34 
Pll Dec. 35 

25 Sept 28 

P 20 Apr. 36 

2 Apr. 36 

P29Ju]y 30 

P 21 Oct 36 

17 Feb. 37 

18 Mar. 37 



LIBUT. 



P 17 Sept26 
13 June 11 
P 1 Aug. 26 
P 3 Oct 26 
P 19 July 27 
P 6 Apr. 33 
Pl9Dec. 34 
P20NOV. 86 
P 12 Feb. 36 
10 Apr. 26 

10 July 90 

1 May 28 

P 13 Aug. 99 

P21 Sept 32 

Pll Dec. 35 

20 Jan. 14 

8 Mar. 81 
P 14 Dec. 32 

6 June 36 
1 Apr. 36 

9 Apr. 36 
P 29 Apr. 36 
P29July 36 
P 30 July 36 
P 10 Aug. 36 
P27 Oct 37 

23 Sept 36 
P 23 Apr. 38 

28 Dec. 38 
Pll Jan. 39 
P 12 Apr. 30 

16 May 30 
P 18 Oct 30 



CAPTAIN. 



BKBV.-MAJ. 



SCM>M*nMr- 
Ifttt* 



Itov.lSWtoMy. 
1814. 



▼ia., Cea. 



Ensions. 

Edward Croker P27 Oct 37 

Edwin Colrille Moore . . 1 June 38 

Wm. Gordon P20 July 38 

T. P. G. FiU-Mayer 28 Dec. 38 



P 13 Aug. 29 
13 Mar. 27 
P 11 Oct 33 
P 19 Dec. 34 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 19 Aug. 36 
P 10 Feb. 37 
P27 0ct 37 
P20July 38 
P 14 Sept 32 

■MraadbMltoiir 
AlcmpMr, PaaMU 
(U de CorvA. *»»—f"*i. TMBln <'0- 
■or.8al1w,01iidad Bo4rifO.in.ISlt, 
Bod^Joo. Umb. and Apr. ISll. Cvrd' 
l«^ Pttioiw, iiliiafo, NboDa. 
BoyoBBc, NIto. Tkiboi, T — «■ 
fcatOoaBd TBakHiM. 

6 UMt OoopOT Mwod hi tto 
PcalMola ftooi Sopc ISIS to Mf 
ISia, tadttdl^ koMlM «r PMilii 
d*0Mr aod ffilTMri | a^« «€ 
a«d^ todrifoaod Bviot. Prt. 
MBtot WatMloo. 

r LiMli MUMlflB MWOd is ttO 

PwfaMila. ftooi Sopc ISIl to Jw* 
IS14.taMlttdivlb«boilloi«r VMto- 
ria, tho PyrmMi fron Mb Mr » 
lat Aof.. NIvoUo, Nlto^ OittM» 
Alto aiid ToolouM. 

• Captain Moofo «aa aliatMp. 
toro of Tarlooa plaeoo la tk» Wctt 
ladlcf, to ISOl. Scrvod toihe Im- 
laaula, taelwiljv tko kattka of Mi> 
vellr, Nlva» Oithaa. ai^ Tboloaw. 
Wouwl«d In Ireland. d«f1i« Hm 
BobclUea to 119*, wbM a MIICU 
OAoor. 

• Quart.>lfa8t. Sanoa Mivad *« 
MahrttU ampalcn of 1S17 and 1ft. 

10 Captato Boofcblor 

oTthe Port of Kbrlal. In 



lBa« tSib Nor. ISIS. 

Alex. M^Kinstry P22 Feb. 30 

Rich. J. Ross O'Conor . . P 12 Apr. 39 
Edw. Wm. John Knox . . p 18 Oct 39 

Robert Portal P17 Jan. 40 

Pawmaster.^^Joeeph Moore/6ApfiI,33; J5!n«.July, 1813; Xiai^. 82 July, 13 ; 



Capt. 16 June^2. 
Ai^ant.'-9 CB David Cooper, {Lieut.) 21 May, 26. 
Qtuirter'Matter.—John Sarson,' 14 Aug. 23. 

5«ry.— W.MUligan,M.D. lMarch,39;ii.-5.10Feb.l4.;ff.-iisfw^. 19 July 13. 
Atiitt. 'Surgeons, — Arthur S. Iliomson, M.D. 19 Oct 38. 

John Batfanrtt Thomson, M.D. 11 Jan. 30. 
Faeingi White.— ^0«n/#, Mesan. Cox & Co. 



1 sit Piodrriek Aoiwtoi WodMrtfl iii— id Ua aaitafy earocr to tko 17lb frttarat,-acrrcd with H to 

IT. and waa proamt at tko ilrgo of Bortoo, Ika >alM of Brooklyn. WhllapUtofc P^tt W«Mi««o«i 
•andywlnah Omantawn. Moomoo*. ac Ae. Sarvod to B. IL'a ahlp Mfiwd, to Ibr hotllao 99 Oapo Pi 
ine««t'i,por«looBtotkoraUarorOIbfaltar. Ho ncolvod two «oa«da al tho lakli^ of MantaSsoc to 17M aa 
*• Dokc of KonI i md wna H*ta waaodid to aetlaa wMk a PliiiiHi Mfala. and taL 

aoa Adariral Sir Wa. Parker and Owwial P^rko 
ipivarfa of Bin* aantkik daacly ooolMd to a 
>«btac tban a iUrt aad a pair ot tnnnm, or anr dcoeriptlon of baddl^ i ond on o dally allowaneo of ikico 
aitoTvatirr. Sorrod to tko Bait todlaa, and waa wiunil to oawand an tho opodMlon to JaTO, tor oMik I 
laksofkoik HonaaaoT Parliaaaan^ aada Modal, lilt uiilm alifoad annHiiui lu ftiil|iiMt j<nii, 
I Colonel Crokcf't arrrlcM »-Slct« of Onmovri. Boat IndlM. 1887 1 easpolcn of ISOS aiad 9 agatoal Iha 
ISUand Iftafalnat tko Nopanl State* « MakraMaaad Ptodarroc campalfo of 1817 and 18l 
I Oolonol UaU'aaomm t-Captn* of too lair of Pnnec ISIS t ctpoditiaB to Jara, I8II, tadudl^ Ikr 
1C8 



YMn' Senr. 



68 



Full 



44 

40 



17 



35 



35 
35 
SO 
19 
85 
88 
14 
14 
11 
18 

11 
II 
11 
8 
8 
8 
6 
6 
5 
5 
6 
3 
14 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
2 

8 
2 

8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
17 

8 
11 
80 

5 
1 



H«lf 



'?eV^.?8S?r] 18* (^ ^<^ ^rish) Regiment of Foot. \^^,^^^ 

On the three corners of the second Colonr, the lAon. of Nauau, " VirtutU 
Namureensis Prtionium.*' The Sphinx, with the word, << EGYPT." 

Colonel. 
9 Matthew Lard Ayhner/ G.C.B. JBm, 19 Oct 87 ; Lieut. 36 Oct. 01 ; Capt. 8 

Aug. 04; 3f<(;or, 9 Oct. 00; Xieu^.-Col. 85 March, 08 ; Col. 85 July, 10; 

Mqfor-Oen. 4 June, 13 ; Lieut.-Gen. 37 May, 85 ; CoL 18th Regt. 83 July 38 ; 
Lieut.'CoUmel.— George Burrell,* Sns, 4 Feb. 97 ; Lieut. P 3 May, 07 ; Capt. 

15 Aug. 05; MqfOTf P 30 April, 07; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. 4 June, 13; Regtl.- 

Lieut.'CoL k Col. in the Army, 88 July, 30. 
Henry Pratt,' JBns. 17 April, 00; Lieut. p30 June, 01; Capt. 18 Oct. 00; 

Mqfor, 38 July, 30 ; Lieut.'Col 88 Oct. 39. 
Mqjar9.^ilenTy Williams Adams, Sns. 31 July, 83; Lie%a. p 31 Dec. 85; Capt. 

P 10 June, 86; Mt^or, p 18 Jan. 30. 
Robert HammlU, Snt. 3 Dec. 03; Lieut. 88 Jan. 06; Capt. 80 July 11 ; Brev.- 

Mqf. 88 July 30; Befft.-Mqjor, 83 Oct. 30. 






1* 






4 









































7* 


I 



Captains. 

Jeremiah Cowper 

Francis Wm. Dillon^ . . . 
9 Thomas Moore* .... 
Nicholas R. Tomlinson . 

John Orattan 

John J. Sargent 

Francis Wigston 

Chas. J. Russell Collinson 
Wm. Aug. Towns. Payne 
Thomas Moyle 

LlBUTBNANTB. 
John Philip Mitford .... 

Clement Alex. Edwards 
Charles Dunne ........ 

Sir Harry Darell, Bart. 

Arthur Wilson 

Hon. Chas. Hen. Stratford 

Geo. Wm. Davis 

StandishHaly 

Sir Wm. Macgregor, Bt. 

Edward Jodrell 

James Wm. Graves .... 

Geo. Fred. Call : 

Charles Dunbar 

William Tyrrell Bruce .. 

Charles Bentley 

Christopher Vaughan Foss 
Wm. Henry OToole .... 
Wm. Augustus Gwynne. . 

John Joseph Wood 

William Coates 

George Hilllard 

Alexander Murray 

Francis Swinburne 

Ensigns. 

David Edwards 

Hen. Felix Vavasour .... 

Scroope Bernard 

John Cochnuie 

Anth. W. S. F. Armstrong 
Isaac Henry Hewitt .... 
Wm. Peter Cockbum . . 



BN8IGN. 



81 Nov. 05 
6Dec 05 

85 Oct. 07 
P88Mar.8l1 
P 8 July 13 

86 Oct. 00 
P 16 Mar. 86 
P85May 86 
P83May 80 

8 July 13 

P 4 June 80 

11 June 80 

30 Apr. 80 

P 1 June 38 

P 4 Jan. 33 

P 8 Feb. 33 

P 16 May 34 

P 88 Nov. 34 

PaOMar.35 

P 6 June 35 

84 Oct. 34 

p 7 Apr. 37 

p 3 Aug. 86 

P 4 July 34 

30 May 34 

80 Nov. 84 

P 13 Dec. 34 

P 11 July 34 

10 Sept. 84 

P 6 Feb. 35 

P 13 Feb. 85 

P84Apr. 35 

30 July 38 

33 Nov. 38 
P 7 Dec. 38 
P 18 Jan. 30 
P 18 Apr. 30 
P81 June 30 
P 18 July 30 



LIBUT. 



85 Dec. 06 
6 Mar. 07 
8 Mar. 10 

P 81 July 85 
4S^t.83 

13 Oct. 10 
P 1 June 38 
P 4 Jan. 33 
P 7 June 33 

84 Nov. 14 

P 16 May 34 
P 38 Nov. 34 
P30Mar. 35 
P 18 June 35 

86 June 35 
P 18 Mar. 36 

80 July 38 
P 18 Jan. 30 
P30Mar. 30 
P 13 July 30 
31 May 30 
P80Sept.30 
Nov. 38 
P 15 Apr. 36 
11 Mar. 37 
Pll May 38 
31 May 30 
33 Oct. 30 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
84 Oct. 30 



CAPTAIN. 



BBBY.-MAJ. 



88 June 38 
88 June 38 



4 Sept. 83 

7 Apr. 85 

P 18 Feb. 86 

P 8 Feb. 33 

4 Mar. 36 

P 13 May 86 

P 18 Jan. 80 

P 18 July 30 

P80 Sept. 30 

88 Oct. 30 



1 Lord Aylmer has netivad a 
eroM uid one elatp for Tl^a- 
▼tfs, BuMeo, FuentM d'Ofior» 
VUtorit, ud NlT*. 

9 Col. BumU WM at tho 
capture of Ouadaloupe In 1810. 
Served the eunpelK* of 1814 
in Upper Cnnmda. 

9 CoL Pratt eerred the 
campeign oflSOl in Egypt, and 
that of 1809 in St. Domingo. 

4 M^Jor DlUon lerved in the 
expedition to St. Domingo in 
1809. 

5 Capt. Moore served In the 
Penlniula ttom 1808 to 181S» 
and vas preaent at the tiege of 
Cludad Rodrigo, and both liegee 
of Bad^Jot. Severely vounded 
et the itormlng of Bad^oa on 
on the night of the 6th April, 
1812. 



P 81 June 30 
Henry Duncan Burrell . .1 84 Oct. 30 
Paynuuter. — George Isaac Call, 7 Dec. 36 ; Comet, 4 March, 03 : Lieut. 1 July, 

04; Capt. 26 Dec. 11. 
^<(/tt/ayi^.— Arthur Wilflon, (Lieut.) 16 May, 34. 
Quarter-Master. — James Carroll, 4 June, 80. 
Surffeon.—Jf Don. M'Kinlay, M.D. 14 Oct. 86 ; Aitiet.'Surg. 5 Oct. 15; Hoep.^ 

Astigtant, SO Sept. 13. 
Assittant'Surffeont. — Charles Cowen, 37 March, 35. 

John Baker, 15 Feb. 30. 
Facinge Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



•Bd WeldcTTtcdcB ; ilonBiBff the cntrmelMd lines at Port Coratlls t »tonniiig Ibt helgbu of Scrandote, aad captara of tiic 
Foft of Samafsaff % pfweal at the ilcg* and staraiDg of Bbartporc, ISM 

• ColoDol Peaplcukk'fl MrvicM i— KxpedltioB to Java, includtne the aettoos at Weldevrieden, Port Cornellii DJo^»- 
Mrta. PrabOUiiffs. Oaptiire of Balll and Mernwr In ISU. Served in the Bnnncw War In IBM and «. Wennded In the 
lircoet In an attack upon the rneviy*! Held artiUtfrjr. within the line* of Comellt, Iflth Aug. 1811 lUS 



YMTs'Serv. 



68 



PaU Half 



27 

16 
20 



24 

21 
19 
21 
15 
13 
25 
15 
8 
7 

15 

13 

10 

10 

8 

6 

16 

18 

6 

5 

4 

7 

6 

3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 

15 
4 
6 

16 

15 









3fc 


Bft 


H 


































I9th (or the Ut Yorkshire North Riding) Regiment of Foot 

Colonel, 

Sir Hilgroye Tarner," G.C.H. K.C. JBns, 20 Feb. 1782; Lieui. k. Capi. 13 Oct 
89 ; Capt, Sc Lieia.'Col 12 Nov. 94 ; Co/. 1 Jan. 01 ; Mqfor-Gen. 25 Apr. 
08; Lieui'Gen, 4 Jane 13; Gm. 22 July, 30; Col. 19th Regt 27 Apr. 11. 

Lieut.'Cohmel, 
Thos. Hamilton, Bru. 15 July, 13; Lieut, 9 June, 14; Capt, 3 Not. 36 ; Mi^, 
23 Jan. 37 ; Lieut,'CoL P 28 Dec. 38. 

3£t^0T9, 

Chas. Cranfurd Hay, Em, 27 June, 24 ; Lieut, p24 Dec. 26 ; Capt, P19 Sept. 

26 ; M^jor, p 16 June, 37. 
Studholme John Hodgson,* Em, 30 Dec. 19; Lieut. 3 Feb. 25; Capt. p 30 Dec. 

26; Af^v'or, P28 Dec. 38. 



Captainb. 



John Stirling 

Chaa. Highmore Potts . . 

David Bums 

yrhomas Beckham*. . . . 

Francis Price 

John Semple 

Alexander Scott 

Robert Lovelace 

Thomas Hilton 

John Duke SimjMon . . . 

Libutxhakts. 

William Bernard 

Frederick Deacon 

Mark Anthony H. Tuite 
Rich. A. M. Franklin . 

Anthony Walshe 

Francis Seymour 

Geo. Rich. Langley . . . 
Qeo. Adamson Sttmley . 
Jas. Temple Bowdoin . 

James Cochrane 

Henry Calley 

George Tuite 

WUUamDUlou 



BNBION. 



LIEUT. 



6 June 16 

8 Feb. 16 
17 Oct. 11 

7 May 11 
P 12 May 26 
P 20 July 26 

17 Aug. 15 

9 Apr. 25 
3 Mar. 32 

P 31 May 33 

17 Nov. 25 
P 80ct. 26 
P 2 Nov. 30 
P 28 Sept. 30 
P 2 Nov. 32 
P 2 May 34 

24 Nov. 12 

17 Feb. 14 

P 12 Sept. 34 

5 June 35 

29 July 36 
P 7 Feb. 34 
P 13 Feb. 35 

P 10 Feb. 37 
P 5 May 37 
P 26 May 37 
P 16 June 37 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P 14 Sept. 38 
P 2 Feb. 39 
31 May 39 



P 22 July 24 
P 13 Nov. 17 

25 Jan. 16 
23 Feb. 13 

P 18 Feb. 26 

P 28 Sept. 30 

7 Apr. 25 

12 Apr. 32 

29 July 36 

P26May 37 

26 Jan. 28 
p 27 Jan. 32 
P2l Feb. 34 

17 Apr. 35 

23 Jan. 37 

p 16 June 37 

7 Jan. 14 

25 May 15 
P30Mar. 38 
P28Dec. 38 
P 2 Feb. 39 

31 May 39 
P 15 Feb. 39 



captain. 



P 13 May 26 
P31 Dec. 26 

20 July 30 
P 8 June 30 
P 7 Sept. 34 
P 6 Sept. 34 

23 Jan. 37 
P 16 June 37 
P30Mar.38 
P28Dec. 38 



BasVBT- 

MAJOll. 



28 June 38 



EN0IO1V8. 

Edw. J. Ellerman 

H. Butler Stoney 

Robert Sanders 

Fred. Aug. Jeffreys . . . 

James Ker 

R. J. S. Mansergh 

JohnPhilUps 

Hugh J. M.Campbell .. ^ ^^ 

PoyiPUMfer.— Thos. R. Travers, 23 Nov. 38 ; Ent. 7 April, 25 ; DCnrf. 10 June, S6. 

A^iutant.—Uenrs Calley, (Lieut,) 2 Aug. 39. 

Quarter-Jlf o^er.—Richard Bairetty 30 Oct 35. 

5iir9«(m.— James Yoong,^ M.D. 18 Oct 39; Amet.^Surg, 14 Aug. 24; Hotp.- 

Aesiit, 18 May 24. 
Aeeietant'SurffeOH,-'Tho^ Williams, M.D. 28 Sept. 26 ; Hoep,'Aseiet. 3 Vox. 25. 

Faein{f$ Green. — Agent, Messrs. Cos ft Co. — Irieh Agent, Cane k Co. 



[Setumedfram Barbadoee, 27 Aug. 1836.] 

1 8lr HIlffTOve Tamer Mnrad la Fluders, Bad was pnMut at the battlM of BC 
of ▼ateacicaasf; aetloa at Liao«Il«; iavMtmeot of Duakirk; aetloBf at Lanaoi 
BMteo, Moavali^ aad TcnplMvo, Toarnmj, aad captare of Port St. Aadrft. He Mrvad 
at at tba battlM qf tiM 8tb, 13th, aad 91st Mawli, 1801, *e. 
9 Mi^or Hodgion aerrtd la tha Bujiimm war. 

a Oapt. BeeUiam Mrvad the rampalgm of 1819, 18, and 14 ia tba FnluQla. 
4 Or. TooBf wrved la Allrlea tnm 1894 to 1897 iaelualTe, aad was prettnt at tba 
tha AdMBtMti 7 Aof . 96. 
170 



aad FUDW«* 
Tuiz; OiM^ 
la Eiyp*. •^ 



battk of Dooi^ 



20th (or the East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot, 



** MINDEN"— " EOMOIVT-OP-ZEE"— TiMSpAina!, with the wonU •'EGYPT*— "MAIDA"— "YnTORIA" 

•* PYRENEES"—" 0BTHE8"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Yean' Serr. 



59 



Fall 
P«y. 



42 

20 
26 



Half 
P*y. 



25 

15 

16 

15 

13 

24 

Id 

8 

5 

6 

20 

20 

16 

12 

13 

11 

4 

5 

4 

5 

5 

3 

3 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

27 

13 

13 

31 











A 





6A 




























CoUmeh 
9 Sir William Houstoun/ Bt. G.C.B. Q.C.H. Ena. 18 July, 1781 ; Lveui, 
2 April, 82 ; Copt. 13 Mar. 83 ; M^jar, 1 Mar. 94 ) Lieui.'Col 18 Mar. 95 ; 
Col. 29 April, 1802 ; Miyar-Gen. 25 Oct. 09; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14 -, Gen. 
10 Jan. 37 ', Col. 20th Regt. 5 April, 15. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
9 Henry Thomas,* C.B. Sru. 1 April, 98 ; Lieut. P29 Dec. 98 ; Capt. 10 Sept. 
05; Brevet'Mi^or, 26 Aug. 13; Brevet-Zieut.-Col. 12 Aug. 19; Begtl.- 
Mqjor, P16 Dec. 24; Begtl-ZAeut^^Col. p 26 Nov. 25; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 

Mqjors. 
William Nelson Hutchinson, Ens. 24 Feb. 20; Liatt. 25 Oct. 23; Capt. p17 

June, 26 ; Me^ar, P 4 Dec. 32. 
9 John Maclean,' Ens. 2 May, 11 ; Lieut. 10 Dec. 12 ; Capt. 25 Dec. 30 ; Mqjor^ 
P 12 April, 89. 



ENSIGN. 



Captains. 

Frederick Croad 

Wm. Huntly Campbell . 
Fred. Contart Barlow . 

Frederick Horn 

Fra. Michael Fraser . . . 

Charles Smith 

R. Sherboume Murray . 
Benjamin Newman . . . 
Hugh Dennis Crofton . . . 
Lachlan Duff Gordon. . . 

Lieutenants. 

Matthew Day 

Patrick Hennessey 

ScropeReynett Berdmore 

Eugene Brock 

Henry Crawley 

William Frith 

John C. W. Vivian 

Lord Mark Kerr 

Fred. Charles Evelegh . 

James B. Sharpe 

Geo. B. C. Crespigny . 

Richard Leigh Lye 

Philip Henry Crampton 
Ensigns. 

(}eoige Steevens 

H. Wilkes Masterson. . . 
H. Otho de Crespigny . 

William Baring 

Robert Daly 

Sir Rich. Gethin, Bart. 

Maurice Cane 

Edm. Gilling HalleweU 



20 July 15 

P 27 Aug. 25 

2 July 24 

P 26 Jan. 26 

12 April 27 
P 20 Oct. 13 
P 21 June 27 
P 23 Nov. 32 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P 25 July 34 

5 Oct. 15 

24 April 20 

25 Jan. 25 
31 July 28 
11 Oct 27 

P 12 Feb. 29 
p 12 Feb. 36 

19 June 35 
P 1 July 36 

27 Nov. 35 
P 29 Jan. 36 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P 24 Feb. 37 



LIEUT. 



15 Dec. 18 
P 30 Dec. 26 

25 Oct. 27 
P 17 April28 
P 17 Aug. 29 

21 April 14 
P 29 Mar. 33 
P 3 Nov. 37 

29 Dec. 37 
P 27 July 38 

2 Oct. 16 

19 May 25 

11 Oct. 27 

P 18 Aug. 29 

11 June 30 

P 12 July 31 

P 15 Dec. 37 

14 Sept. 38 

P 10 Voy. 37 

Pl2AprU39 

P 19 July 39 

P 9 Aug. 39 

P31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 3 Aug. 38 
P 6 July 38 
P 27 July 38 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P 12 April 39 
P 19 July 39 
15 June 39 



P 27 Sept. 31 
P 19 July 31 
P 18 Dec. 29 
P 16 June 37 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P 31 Dec. 25 
P 19 June 35 
P 12 April 39 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 



BRBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



28 June 38 



ft Dr. Griffith lerred in the 
Penlnnila from Jsn. 1810 to the 
end of the var,including the bet- 
tlei of Busaoo, Fuentetd'Onor; 
•i^^ end assaolt of Cludad 
Rodrlgo, Jan. 1813 ; siege 
and uiatilt of Bad^os, Apr.' 
1812; battles ot Salamanca, 
yittoria,Pyrenees, Nivelle^NiTer 
Ortbes, and Toulouse. Wound-' 
ed at the aflkir of Tie Blgorre, 
Served in India, Arabia, and 
tbe Burmese empire, ttom Maj, 1818, Including 
sieges of Asserghur, Ras-el-Kyma, and Zaia; 
siege and assault of Dwarka; aflUr of Beniaboo 
Ali ; assault of a fortress on the banks of the 
Pegu river; assault of Sjrrian Pi^oda; siege 
of Donabew, and battle near Prome. 



19tk Jan. 1814. 



P31 Dec. 39 
Paymof^tfT.— Charles South, 23 Aug. 27 ; Ens. 9 Dec. 13 ; Lieitt. 17 Dec. 18. 
Adjutant. — Henry Crawley, {Lieut.) 26 Jan. 38. 
Quarter-Master. — Patrick Conolly, 19 April, 27. 
I Surgeon.—Jf M. Griffith,' 8 Feb. 27 ; Asst.-Sur. 24 Oct. 11 ; Hosp.-A. 4 Nov. 09. 
I Assistant-Surgeon. — Andrew Foulis, 4 June, 29; 5 Dec. 26. 
Faetngs Yellow. — Agenty Messra. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Bomhayj May, 1837.] 

1 Sir W. Hoostoun was at tbe taking of Minorca ; served in the azpeditioni to Egypt and to Walcheren : 
and baa received a medal fior Foentes d'Onor. 

S CoL Thomas has received a Medal and two Clasps for Nivelle, Orthee, and Toulouse. 

S M^|or Maclean served in the Peninsula, from 1819 to Julj, 1814, Including the action of the 14lh Nov. 
ISn, on tbe retreat fW>m Salamanca, battles of Vittorta, Nivelle (wounded), Nive, and Tbuiouse. Present iit 
the action before New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1816. 

171 



Bmbi* tof Fbffign 



I] 21st Foot, (or Royal North British FusiUers.) 



Y«n'8«iT. 


60 


PuU 


Half 


Pmj. 


P»y. 


41 





23 





20 





96 


6A 


S5 


lA 


26 





16 





d2 


6 


27 





12 





16 





27 





9 











24 


5A 


23 











12 





8 





8 





7 





6 





5 





13 


ii 


12 





9 





12 





9 





8 





7 





8 





7 





4 





4 





3 





4 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





11 
12 


'*¥ 


1 





29 


A 









rsMTiiiir la dw 

LEMtlodte*. 

ColoneL 
James, Lord Forbes,' Ens, 13 June, 1781 ; lAeitt, &. Capt. 21 April, 86 ; Capt. 

Sc Lieut.'Col. 23 Aug. 93; CM. 3 May, 06; Mqjor-Qen, 29 April, 1802; 

lA/eui.'Gen. 26 April, 08; Oen, 12 Aug. 19; CoZ. 2l8t Fnsilien, 1 June, 16. 
Xi«u^.-CMofie2»— George Warren Walker,' Comet , 17 May, 99 ; Lieut, p 18 June, 

01 ; Capt, 6 April, 09; Afq/or, 16 April, 17 : Brevet'JAeut.-CoL 6 Mar. 18 ; 

Regtl,'Lieut,-CoU 14 Feb. 22 ; Ccl, 10 Jan. 37. 
George Deaie, JSw. 30 Oct 17; Xi«rf. 8 July, 22 ; Cap*, p 30 Dec. 24; Jfryor, 

P 26 Oct. 32 ; Litut.-Col, 28 Dec. 38. 
lf«Vir#.-John Picton Beete, Seeond-Ueut, 7 Sept. 20 ; Lieut, p 16 Bept. 24 ; 

Capt, P6 Nov. 27 ; Mqjar, P26 June, 38. 
9 Ml John Luard,* Cornet^ P26 May, 09 ; Lieut, p 3 June, 11 ; Capt. p 13 

Dec. 21 ; Mqjor, P17 Oct. 34; Brevet'Lieut.'Col, 28 June, 38. 



Captains. 
William Jas. Sutherland 
John Crofton Peddie. . . . 
Wm. Henry Armstrong. . 
Angus Wm. Mackay * , , 
9 Charles Lonsdale^ .... 

Fred. Geo. AinsUe 

Arthur L'Estrange 

m William Thahi • .... 
GustaTus Wm. Nlcolls . . 
John Ramsay Stuart .... 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

9 Nicholas Wrizon^ .... 
WiUiam John King'.... 
Malcolm Mac Gregor. . . . 

Bonham Faunce 

Tlios. Bythesea Mortimer 

Alexander Seton 

William Macknight .... 

Alfred Andrews 

William DomvUe 

Peter Craufurd 

Wm. Alexander Dely .... 
And. Day. A. Stewart . . 
Geofge Hutchinson .... 

Wm. Francis Ring 

Thomas Greene 

Walter Murray 

Samuel Burges Lamb . . 

Henry Wm. Baoe 

B. Chichester Crookshank 
Artiiur Lake Johnston . . 

George Deare 

Arthur Geo. Shawe .... 

John Lewis Mortimer. . . . 

Sbcond Libuts. 

H.W.Martin 

Frederic Holland 

John Watson 

Robert Nicholson 

J. R. Camac 

Patrick Stuart 

Cha. Geo. Brabason .... 
Oliver Tho. Graham .... 



. 



2d LI BUT. 



28 June 38 



3 May 14 

4 May 14 
P 16 Sept. 24 
P 24 July 02 

4 Feb. 14 
P 24 April 28 

30 Dec. 24 
13 May 13 

P 4 Oct 31 
P 20 Jan. 32 

P 4 April 11 
1 Mar. 17 
P 6 Sept 31 
P 16 May 28 
P 16 Nov. 32 
P 23 Nov. 32 
P 19 April 33 
P 12 Dec. 34 
P 24 April 36 
P 19 Sept 20 

31 July 28 
P 26 April 31 
P 17 April 28 

28 Oct 31 
P 23 Mar. 32 
P 28 May 33 
P 14 Dec. 32 

16 Feb. 33 

26 Mar. 36 

P 22 July 36 

P 16 Dec. 37 

1 April 36 

9 Jan. 38 

P 2 Mar. 38 
P26June38 
P 18 Aug. 38 
P 7 Sept 38 
P 27 April38 
30 Dec. 38 
P 1 Feb. 30 
10 Jan. 40 
P^ynuu^sr.— Philip Jean, 1 Oct 12. 
A4fuUmt,^Bonbtaxi Faunce, (Lieut,) 17 Sept 39. 
Quarier-MaMter.^Jolm Vale, 10 May, 39. 
SuTffwm,^^ Pilkington, 30 Aug. 27; Asnst,'Swrge(nif 16 May, 11. 
Amittmti'Surgeimi.^-J, Davidson, 30 June, 26 ; Bo^^tal-Atrigt, 24 June, 16. 

Robert Smith, 2^ Sept 34. 
Paeinffg Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox ft Co«. 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 20 June 20 

P 26 Nov. 26 

P 2 Mar. 32 

27 July 32 

11 Dec. 36 

P 26 June 38 

Pll May 38 

17 Nov. 26 

P 24 Aug. 30 

P 10 Jan. 40 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 
28 June 38 



P 22 Sept 14 
P 29 June 20 
P 26 Sept 26 
P 30 June 08 

27 April 20 
P 6 Oct 32 

26 June 29 

16 Aug. 16 

P26 Aug. 36 

9 Aug. 36 

13 May 13 

29 Jan. 20 
P 12 Dec. 34 

11 Dec. 35 
2 July 37 
P 2 Mar. 38 
P26June38 
P17 Aug. 38 
P 18 Aug. 38 
P 31 Aug. 30 

21 April 33 
P 9 Aug. 33 

26 April 34 
8 May 36 

P 10 July 36 
P 10 July 36 
P 6 Feb. 36 

27 July 38 

29 Dec. 38 

30 Dec. 38 
P 1 Feb. 39 

23 Aug. 39 
P 10 Jan. 40 6 If^or ThuM wur^d IM 
esmpai^n of 1818 IE 14, in OtomMiy uid Hoi* 
laad. Hid was pntrnt at Ui« bombantiMat of 
Antw«rp,aiiditoniiln(ofBirKenHip-Zd(NB. 8bot 
throogh Um left arm at Waterloo. 

7 Lteut.WrizoQ lerred In Spate firoa April 
1819 to Majp 1818, ineltodlaff the tlef* of 1^ 
rafona and battle of Ctetalla. FiaMnt at lfe« 
•iage and eaptura of Genoa. 

7 Ueut Kinff Mfved tlie CBBMlgw «f U18 
and 10 in Cooean, in India. Berred In tbt 
Bnnneee war in 18S4aad fl» and reeelved awvrn 
wmtnilon when leadlnf tlie atlaek on the While 
Pnfoda, an oat work of the etockade of Doaahfo. 



8 ColonelLoard MTved in tbe 
Peninittla, from Jan. 181 1, ontil 
the end ^ the war, inelndinf 
iiattles of Pombal, Redinhm 
Condctra, Oainpo Mayor, Lot 
Santos, Uncnc, siege of Ciadtd 
Rodriffo, siege of Burgoe, itegv 
of forU at, and battle of Sala- 
manca, blockade of Pamprlune, 
and battle of ToulooM. Present 
at Waterloo 18th Jun<>, ISlSw 
Siege of Bburtpore Ifttft and 6. 

4 Capt. Maekaf terrvd the 
campaign of 1807 In Evypt 
Made prisoner of war in an ea* 
gagement with the eneotj ia 
Calabria 10th Jone, 1800, end 
detained as each nntil 14th 
May, 1814. Pioeent at New 
Orleans, 8 Jan. 1810. 

6 Gapt. Lonsdale's ■errloiir:— 
campaigns in Germany In 1808 
and ; attndiL on CopenhagHi 
and capture of the Dieiilth flest 
in 1807; eampalga and battle 
of Corunna; ezpedUtion lo Wal- 
ehefea ; campoliB of 1814 in 



1 Loid Porbae evred la Plaadefa, and waa praaeot at tho foUowing hatUea nd aicgai : tIs. ftmaf*. 
Valandannae, Dookltk, Unoellas, Monvaaaz, IVwmay, Vauz, Oatoan, Kimagnen. Port St. Aadii, *(. 
Lord Potbea aflerwaide aww m pa n iad the expedition to the Haider, and wae prewnt te every action bnt oee 
which took place in that campaign. 

a Col. Walker's serTlces :-^ioK« of Agra and baUle of Lacwarree 1808; siege of Bhurtpoio 1808, eed 
campaigns of Lord Lake ; siege of Battiaes ; siege of Kaloonga under M^|or-Gen. GUleqita, who wae fcUM. 
172 



i2nd (or the Cheshire) Regt of Foot. 



Yevt'Senr. 



Full 



8S 

17 
fi6 



90 
23 
15 
15 
15 
19 
90 
96 
11 
18 

98 
99 

11 
13 
18 

8 
6 
6 
5 

4 
4 
3 
9 

3 
9 
1 

4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

96 
6 
9 



14 



Half 



CoUnui. 
Hen. Edw. Finch,* Comet, 97 Dec. 1778; lAeut. 7 Oct 70; Copt, 6 Feb. 88; 
Lieui.'CoL 3 Oct 99 ; Col. 8 May, 96 ; Mt^'or^Gen. 1 Jan. 1801 ; Zieut.-Gm. 
96 April, 08; Gen, 19 Ang. 19; CM. 99nd Begt 18 Sept. 00. 



9 










,'CoUmel, 

John Lysaght Pennelather, Comet ^ p 14 Jan. 18; lAeui. P90 Feb. 93; Cmpi. p^ 
Nov. 96; Jr<(/tfr, P99 March. 91 ; IAeia,'Col. p 18 Oct 39. 

Samuel Biendram Boilean, Em, p4 Oct. 91 ; JAeut, p1 Ang. 96; Cop^. p96 Noy> 

98; Ar<(;<ir, pO Dec. 36. 
John R. Poole, Ens, 94 Mar. 14; l^Muf. 30 Sept 10: Copt, 1 Not. 30; MtQor, 

P 18 Oct 38l 



Captains. 

WilliamRaban 

Arthor Myen 

Dayid Rea Smith 

Fred. Darley Oeorge . . . . 

<^ John M^Mahon Kidd. . . . 

) Thos. Sydenham Conway 

0519 Archibald Campbell*. . 

Joseph McLeod Tew ' . . 

0" Wm. R. Preston 

Oeorge Anderson ...... 

lilZtTTBlVAlfTd. 

Munro 

Rob. Willington Kyffin . . 

John Chalmers 

Nathan Smith Gardiner . 

And. Hamilton Russell . . 

Thomas Chute 

Waldron Barrs Kelly . . . . 

Chas. Thos. Powell 

Mark W. Goldie 

Hen. J. Coote 

Thomas Gaisford 

Thos. L. Parr Moore . . . . 

John Annah Ambrose . . 
Ensions. 

] Sdward Dunbar 

' Fra. Pjrm. Harding . . . . 
C. H. Montresor Smith . . 
James Edw. Jemingham 

William SomeryiUe 

Cha. Philip Jos. Stoplbrd 

John Brennan 

Geo. Richard Coles .... 



3A George 

eft 














BiraiON. 



3 Jan. 11 

19 June 17 

P 8 Nov. 25 

P94Mar. 95 

P 21 July 95 

14 Feb. 98 

7 Mar. 11 

10 Feb. 14 

P94 Sept 99 

P 5 Sept 98 

90 Jan. 14 

14 May 12 
P 3 Dec. 90 
P9d June25 

18 Jan. 28 
P94 Feb. 32 
P29 Aug. 34 
P 20 Nov. 35 
P29 Mar. 35 

23 Sept. 36 
P23 Dec. 36 
Pll Aug. 37 
p92June 38 

P27pct 37 
PlOMar. 38 

15 Mar. 39 
P26 Nov. 36 
P Aug. 39 
P 17 Sept 39 

17 Sept 39 
Pll Nov. 80 



LIBUT. 



2 June 13 
P 3 Feb. 20 

13 Feb. 28 

P 30 April 97 

P 8 Nov. 27 

P26 April 31 

5 Mar. 12 

94 Mar. 26 
P22 Feb. 33 
PIO Sept 34 

20 Mar. 21 

23 Dec. 13 

P 90 June 34 

18 July 34 

93 July 34 

P ODec. 36 

P 1 AprU36 

PIO Feb. 37 

8 Sept 38 

P 17 Sept 39 

30 Sept 39 

P 18 Oct 30 

P 15 Nov. 30 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBYBT- 
MAJOR. 



28 June 38 



14 Feb. 28 
P 24 June 24 
P26 April 31 
P30 Aug. 33 
P28 Dec. 32 
P 8 Dec. 36 
P27 0ct 37 
6 April 38 
P 18 Oct 39 
Pll Aug. 37 



1 G«nMm1 Finch >er?ed Hi 
FIftOden; md, In 1790, isom- 
mandad the flnt battalion of Ms 
re^ (the Goldttraam Ouardi) 
tn th« expedition to the Helder ; 
and a brigade of Light Cavalry, 
and aflerwaide of Inftmtiy tii 
the campaign to Egypt. Re 
abo aceompanimi the exjpeditioii 
to Copenhagen in 1807. 

8 Oapt Campbell terred in the 
Peninnala from Aug. 1818 to the 
end of the war, and was present 
at the blockade of; and repulie 
of the lortle from Bayonne. 

8 Captain Tew leired in the 
American war in 1814 and 15. 



4 Dr. If Vnnn lerred the campaigni of 1618» 
14, and 10, in HoUand and Planden, including 
the action at Mefxem and bombardment ec 
Antwerp. 



Paytrnvfer.— John M. Kennedy, 30 Oct. 98; Em. 94 Feb. 14; Lieut, 6 Feb. 23. 

A4futani,^W, Barrs Kelly (Lietd,), 24 April, 38. 

Quarter-Master, — ^Robert Barker, 6 Jan. 32. 

Surgeon, — Robert Andrew M'Munn/ M.D. 1 Not. 33; Assist.-Surg, 1 Sept 14; 

Ho9p,'Assist, 22 Nov. 13. 
Assist.'8urg,^n, J. Q. Grant, 14 Feb. 28; Hotp.-Assist. 7 Sept 26. 



Facings BaHt.^Agenty Meesrs. Cox ft Co.— Jri«A Agent, Borough, Armit, k Co, 

[Hetumedfrom Jamaiea, 24 Aprilj 1837.] 
178 K 



MovmBoodft 



SjJiciriSJ:] 23rrf (or Royal Welsh Fusiliers) Regt of Foot. 

In the eentra of the Colour the Princs of Waltt't Feathtrt, with the motto, « Jeh Dim.'!— In thn 

and thinl corners, the Rising Sun and the Red Dragon, and In the fourth comer, the WhUo Borm, 
mlS.3?.*, *'**'***• ** ^*^ atptra torrent.'*—** MINDEN"— the Sphina, with the words •• EGYPT"— •• MAE- 
TINIQUB" — " CORimNA" — •• ALBUHERA" — " BADAJOZ"— " SALAMANCA*'—" VnTORlA"— 
"PYRENEES"—" NIVBLLE"— *« 0RTHE8"-*" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



Tears' Serr, 



67 



FuU 



34 

2U 
26 



18 
31 
16 
14 
14 
12 
11 
11 
12 
10 

16 

14 

10 

10 

10 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

4 
9 

a 

8 

a 
s 
1 
1 

13 

3 
13 
10 



4 



Half 
Par. 








ColaneU 
iP Sir Jas. WilloQghby Oonlon, BL G.C.B. O.C.H. Em. 17 Oct 1783; Lieut 
6 Mar. 80; Capt. 2 Sept. 06; Mc^ar. Nov. 07; Lteut.-Col 21 May, 1801; 
Col. 26 July, 10; Mt^ar-Oen. 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen. 27 Mi^,26; CW. 
23rd FuBUien, 23 April, 28. 

Lieut.'CoianeL 
CSI WUliam Bob0,> Ens. 7 Sept. 04; Lieut. 6 June, 06; Capt. 16 Dec. 13; 
Afi^ar, P20 Aug. 26; Lieut. -Col. p24 Mar. 37. 

Mq^ors. 
9 C^aHobt. Pattison Holmes,' 2nd Lieui. 14 Feb. II; Lieut. P12 Dec. 11; 

Capt. P4 Sept. 23; Afq/or, 17 Dec. 30. 
Thomas Matheson, 2nd Lieut. 17 Aug. 16; Lieut. P30 Oct. 23; Capt. p2 Aug. 
26; Afq/iw, 20 Oct 37. 




































13H 





3 





Captains. 

William Cockell* 

9 9SR John Bnoch* 

Henry Seymour 

Charles Crutchley 

Scott Powell 

Wmiam Alcock 

Frederick Granville .... 

John Lort Phillips 

Robt. Edgar Campbell . . 
Wm. Lemoe Willoughby 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Fred. J. PhlUott 

John Deakins 

W. Godfrey Clerke Monhis 
Harry Geo. Chester .... 

Frederick Torrens 

Hobart Grant Anderdon 

Geo. Watkins Rice 

Charles Blaekett 

George Ferguson 

Edward Battye 

J. Shnckburgh Capron ., . 

WelUngton C. CecU Baker 

Arth. Beresford Brooke .. 

Second Libuts. 

F. A. D. Roebuck 

A. W. W. Wynn 

A. J. Campbell 

Hm. F. J. B. VUUers . . 

Thomas Ellis 

Dudley CUrges HiU . . . . 

Arch. Jas. Jones 

Fra. Edward Evans ... 



2nd libut. 



26 Dec. 

30 Mar. 
8 Apr. 
P 8 Apr. 
P 13 July 
P 8 Apr. 
P17 Sept. 20 
P 1 Oct. 20 
P21 Aug. 
P 16 July 



22 
00 
26 
26 
26 
26 



28: 
30 



7 Apr. 26 

13 Apr. 26 

3 Aug. 30 

26 Oct. 30 

17 Dec. 30 

P16 Nov. 33 

P 2 May 34 

P27 Mar. 36 

P 17 Apr. 86 

P31 July 36 

P21 Aug. 36 

Pll Dec. 36 

OMay 36 

P18May«e 
P24Mar. 37 
P28 Apr. 37 
P 4 Aug. 37 
20 Oct. 37 
OJan. 38 
P 6 Apr. 30 
P 6 Apr. 30 



LIBUT. 



P23 June 26 

16 Aug. 11 

P 1 Aug. 26 

22 July 30 

26 Oct 30 

Pll Dec. 28 

P 1 Nov. 33 

P 16 Nov. 33 

P 10 Dec. 34 

P 10 Apr. 36 

P12 Dec. 26 
P20July 27 
P81 July 36 

7 Aug. 36 
Pll Dec. 36 
P24 Mar. 37 
P 17 June 3d 
P28Apr. 37 
P28 Apr. 37 
P 4 Aug. 37 

8 Dec. 37 
OJan. 38 
6 Dec. 30 



CAPTAIN.' 



36 
37 
37 



BRBITBX. 
MAJOR. 



« Oapfc bMcb** 



pedMea to Wal. 



of riiutabw. Pt- 
alm«Uft««l«M 

tol«ia,l»cl«ii«r 
■lct«orB«d^« 
■nd 0ll«Hu^ 
ISll I tatflf «r 
AlfeuhM*. at r». 



P20Aug. 26 

22 July 30 

P 16 Nov. 33 

Pll Dec. 36 

P 13 May 

P24Mar. 

P28 Apr. 

P 4 Aug. 37 

P30 Dec. 36 

P 8 Dec. 37 

modrlgot Jn. isia 

JM, llHch«B«A*i«l, ISIS I 

Salawiwm, (mwivIj 

Present oa the ISch hm», at Wslnw 

loo, MonBlKf of Caabny, Mid tHh 

tM»of Ptite. 

6 fmymmtet D«aa wrraS la Iht 
PcBiosoU Ib 1814. Pi— iB> M W»> 
•nteolSlbJ 

bnir ( rwwiwt i Ml iaMm pattf 
Piullton), and eoptaro of Putt 

6 Quarter-Matler 



n;i 






Marchi «Sefo aad 



AM 



near the Heldcr, typ Dyte, Saad 
RIIls.aBi 
taif ofHoonbTi 
caafAtcn of 1801, laelirfl^ 
doo on Undliv, Slh Mar^ ( 
Bctloiu of itao Iflh. IS 
capMw of AlosaaAfta. 
to, and aetlow of the 17Ui and fl«lh Auf. IS07, 
of CopcohagcB. Si«(cs of Povts aoyal and 
and action In frant of PoM Baniben, Mantnl^na. 
Pcnlmnla fron ISlQi to Ow end of ttw war 
tlie followiBff I Tic. aetiona near KednUa, 
Aldea de Ponta ; battles of SalaiMwa. Vlttorin. NhreOa, 
Nive, Oiihf, aad Toalonse t eleiea of OUti 
dafu raiaed 18th May. 1811. CIndad aodricow 
takm bf ttom, aad Ibiti near galemaari 
Waterloo aad the etormliv of Chnbiay. 



Paymaeter.^99SB George Dunn,* 16 Mar. 31 ; 2nd Lieut. 16 Apr. 13; LmU. 18 
July, 16. 

^<(/u^/ifi/.— Thomas Ellis, (2nd Lieut.) 8 Dec. 37. 

Qu4irter^Master.'-9 9SBi Garrett Moore,* 8 Nov. 27. 

5Mr^«w.— Saml. Wm. Chcrmside, M.D. 4 Jan. 30; Astist.-Surg. 2 Apr. 18. 

Astiet.'Surgeans^'-^famei Connell, 10 Nov. 26; Hoep.-Attift. 16 June, 25. 

Andrew Fnigusson, 23 Dec. 36. 



Facinge BIne.~a^€fi/, Messrs. Cox k, Co.^Irith Agent, Borough, Armit, «c Co. 



B«|aJ. »» Not. W, «■ «U«h oeeaaloa two-thlfda of the oOean wer* either kiUed or wtmadcd. Slen 

- - 1"*??'I!L- "^f yy '■•• •■'■*^ *• ■^^•- P»»toat at Watertoo. etortolnr af Canbrmr. aad eaplara of 
i M^for Hoitoae aer*«d la the PenhHola, ftoa 18lf to the end of the war, laelodtaa «ho liaiae of CIndj 
*«^o« «J"»" *^^^f* •* Nl»»lle, lll*», OrlhM, aad Ytailooae. Preecnt at Walerloo, eterailaf of Caabnr, 
Ci'tlllrJ^^lT^'*"**'*'"*^"'''^ Coat««I to •• haadi, l„ a 

S Capt^ Coakell aaa at Ibe ilcfa aad eaptnr* of Bbttrtaofv. la I 
174 ^ 



^&;TtoL,^S!f°] 24rt {or 2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot. \^^^' 

The Sphinx^ with the wordf, * Eotpt"— "Caps or Ooos Hops"— **Tax.avbra"— " Fubktxb d'Oxob''^ 
•* 8AI.AMAHCA'*— '^ ViTToaxA"—" PmsirsBS'^-" Niv»iJ.»'»— " Oatubs"— ** Psiriir«vi.A.'* 

Colonel, 

9 ®lt Sir Jaioea Lyon,* K.C.B. and Q.C.H. Eng. 4 Aug. 1791 ; Lieut, 26 

April, 93 ; Capt, 5 April, 95; MtQor, 21 Feb. 99 ; Lieut.-Col. 13 May, 1802 ; 

Col, 4 June, 11 ; Mqfor-Gen, 4 June, 14 ; Lieut.-Gen, 22 July, 30 ; Col, 24th 

Regt 7 Sept. 29. Lieut,-Colonel. 

Charies Hughes,' ^n«. 26 May, 96; Xt^t^. 11 May, 97; Capt, 28 Aug. 04; 

Brevet'Mqjor, 4 June, 14 ; HeatL-Mt^or, 25 June, 24 ; Lieut, -Col. 10 Oct. 36. 
MaQor$, — Hen. DiveTown8hend,^£nf. p 16 July, 12 ; Lievt, p 14 Sept. 16 ; Capt, 

PI Not. 21; ilf/(/<7r, 10 Oct. 36; Breoet Lieut.-Col, 29 March, 39. 
9 George Fitzgerald Stack, ^ K.H. £tu, 13 June, 06 ; Lieut, 4 Dec. 06 ; Capt, 

25 May, 15 ; M(0ory 26 Oct. 36. 



Yean' S«nr. 


49 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


44 





24 


4A 


80 


^ 


29 


i 


20 


1 


29 





33 





18 





16 





31 


A 


16 





14 





15 





16 





16 





16 





16 





14 





14 





14 


A 


12 





13 





12 





11 


13A 


22 


»A 


7 





6 





3 





3 





4 





3 





2 





2 





1 





27 





14 





23 





17 


i«A 



Captains. 

9 {I2i John Stoyte^ .... 
Charles Hastings Doyle 

9 Robert Marsh ^ 

John Harris^ 

Hen. Wm. Harris * .... 
Fred. Thomas Maitland. . 
9 John Adrian Lutman* 

Daniel RQeyi® 

Robt. Griffith Williams . . 
Henry Young 

LiBUTBNANTB. 

Nicholas Leslie 

Aug. Geo. Blachford .... 
Hon, Charles Preston . . 
Wm. Gustavus Brown . . 

John Massy Stack 

William Spring 

Edw. Sims James 

Howell Paynter 

Fred. Chetwode 

John James Greig 

John Monck Mason " . . 
9 Benjamin Beaufoy *' . . 
Geo. Abercromby Ferrier 

Ensigns. 
Robt. Wm. Trayers .... 

Chas. R. Harris 

Edm. Wodehouse 

Thomas Spring 

E. J. Ing. Fleming . . . 

Methuen Stedman 

Louis Bazalgette 

Jas. Gerald Fitz Gibbon . 



ENSIGN. 



21 Mar. 11 

23 Dec. 19 

31 Oct. 11 

28 Aug. 07 

P 23 May 22 

9 Apr. 26 

1 Feb. 09 

13 Jan. 26 

P 3 Oct. 26 

P 30 June 26 

8 Apr. 26 
P 12 Nov. 25 
P 19 Nov. 26 

7 July 26 
P 26 Sept. 26 
P 30 Dec. 26 
P 22 Oct. 25 

26 Apr. 28 
P 6 June 27 
P 15 May 28 

27 Sept. 16 

8 Mar. 10 
P 12 Apr. 33 



LI BUT. 



4 July 13 
27 Sept. 22 

PIS Feb. 17 
21 July 09 
27 Sept. 24 

P 18 Feb. 26 
13 May 13 
16 Dec. 26 

P 6 Sept. 31 

P 1 Aug. 26 

P31 July 26 
P 12 Dec. 26 
P 16 May 28 
11 May 30 
P30 Dec. 31 
P 4 Jime 32 
P 16 July 29 

6 Jan. 33 
P 12 Apr. 33 
P21 Mar. 34 
• 26 Oct. 36 

8 Oct. 12 
P 1 June 38 



CAPTAIN. 



P 27 Jan. 26 

P 16 June 25 

P 14 Apr. 29 

11 M^30 

P30 Dec. 31 

P 12 Apr. 33 

13 Feb. 36 

26 Oct. 35 

P 24 Apr. 36 

P 3 Nov. 37 



BREV.-MAJ 



28 June 38 
28 June 38 



8 CapL H. W. 
Hanrli lenred in 
the Bumiflic war, 
and wu preMDt 
In the encafe 
menti aC Paddoo, 
and Mahatoei 
levcrcly woandcd 
in the body and 
neck by miuket ihots at tiie attack 
of the HiUfl of Arraean. 

9 CapL Lotman's eenrleei t— Gan- 
palca and battle of Conmna(w<miid- 
ed In the left thigh expedition to 
Walehcren, and ■icfc of Flushinf i 
Sicily ftom Majr ISIO to inoe ISlf ; 
Peninsula fton J«a« 181S until the 
end of the war, ineludinf the batfle 
of Cattalla, siege of T«m4pma, July 
and Aug. ISlSi and blockade of Bar- 
celona, Feb. to May 1814 ( serred 
also In the American war- 

10 Capt. aUey was In tte engage- 
ment with a French sanadron in tlia 
Moeamblqoe channel 8rd July, 
1810 1 served the Nec#ul campaign 
of 1814 and 16. 

11 Lieut. Mason senred In 
Canada, Flanders, and France, in 1814 and 16 } also la 
Canada in 1838k and eomnanded a eonpany of voinn- 
teen at tfw taking uf Grand Brule. 

IS Lieut. Beaufby was at the battle of Castalla, and 
at the siege of Tarregoaa fas 1818 ; serred also in the 
American war. 

IS Quarter-Master Murray's serrleest— Egyptian 
eampaign ef 1801 ; capture of tiie Cape ot Good Hope iq 
1806 1 Nepaul eampaigns of 1814. 16. and 16 1 MahzatU 
war in 1817 and 18. 

14 Dr. Lortmer served In tha Ptainsola troax June 
1810 to the end of the war. 



23 Jan. 36 
P 17 Feb. 87 
P24MaT. 87 
P 14 May 36 
P 26 Jan. 38 
P 1 June 38 
26 June 38 
26 Oct. 89 
Paipnaster,'—^ Alex. Tovey, 4 Feb. 19 ; Ens, 22 Oct. 13 ; Lieut. 11 June, 18. 
A({futant. — ^Wm. Spring, {Lieut,) 4 Aug. 86. 
Quarter'Afoiter. — James Murray," 4 Dec. 17. 
Surgeon, — Ifi Wm, Lorimer," 3 Nov. 37 ; Aititt,'Surg. 22 June, 16 ; Hotp.'AiHst, 

10 June, 11. 
A$ntt,"Swgeon»,'-^9A, Murray Dryadale, 10 Nov. 26 ; Hosp,'As8iet, 19 Feb. 24. 

Geo. Ledingham, M.D. 8 Nov. 27; Hoof, -Assist, 31 Aug. 26. 
Facings Oreen. — Agent^ Mr. Collyer. 

1 Sir James Lyon eommaaded a detadnuent of the S4th regiment on board the MaHborvufk, in Lord Howe*s actions of the 
17Ch and SSth May, and 1st June, 17M. He was also present in the actions of the 19th and Slst March, 1801, in Egypt, and 
feas rveeived a medal and one clasp for Vbniera and Talavera. 

S OoL Hughes served the Bgyptlan campaign of 1801 ; engaged with a French squadron In ttie Moeambiqne channel 8rd 
July, 1810 1 served the Nepaul campaigns of 1814, 16, and 16, and was wounded at Barriapore i served during the MahiatU 
war oT 1818 aad 17 1 medal for serrlees in Egypt. 

5 COL Townshend senred in the American war, and was present at the taking ef Fort Niagara, Blackroek, and Buflklo, and 
battle of Luady's Lane ; severely wounded through the left shoulder at the assault on Fort Brie, 14th Aug. 1814. 

4 Major Stack was present at Talavera (wounded), Busaeok Esplndle, Fos d*AroBee ; siege of Ciudad Rodrlgo, and repulse 
of Hm sostle, 14th Jan. 1811 1 battle of Salamanca } surrender of Rettro ; opecatians before, siege, and stonnlag of the breaches 
(serefcly contused) at Burgos ; battle of Orthes ; besides a great many aflkirs and sklnnislMa. Severely wounded at Orthcs i 
leAaoa amputated. 

6 Mitfef ttoyte was present at ttie stonning of Badi^oa 6th April, 1811 , operations In front of, and battle of Salamanca i se* 
verely wounded at Balamanea t lost one Onger, and woundad through the lait hand and in the breast while carrying the eOloafs, 
fha standard of which was shot away i wounded through the right hand and taken prisoner at Bergen-op-Zoom i present on 
the ISlh and 18th June at Waterloo. 

6 Capt. Marsh served in the Peninsula fhan Aug. 181 S until the end of the war, including the batdee of Vlttoria. Beliinar, 
NlTcOe (wounded), and Orthes ; served the Nepaul campaigns of 1816 and 16, and the Mahratta war of 1817 and 18. 

7 Capt John Harris was la the engagement with the BHand and Afracrva, French frigates, and a eorvetts, in tiie Moaam- 
Mqae channel, Srd July, 1810 t served the Nepaul campaigns of 1814 and 16, ineluding the taking of Barriapore ; served in the 

a war in 1617. Served in Lower Canada in I8S7, at the taking of Oraads Brulte. In Upper Canada in 1888. Cooi- 
thc S4lh regt before Navy Island with the loeal rank of Major, 

175 



Emb. lor For 
Str. Dec. 1880 



;] 25^4 (or the King's awn Borderers) Regt. of Foot [c^^TgJJ 



•I ito 



The Kin^i Crett In two cornert of the Colour, '* In Veriiaie JReiigionit eonfido,*' The 
Arms of Edinbtirgh, '< Nisi Domhmtfruttra ; " with the White Hor§€ in the third corner 
of the Colour. " Nee atpera terrent,** " MINDEN"— " EOMONT-OP-ZBE." The 
Sphinx, with the word '^ EGYPT."— Flank Companies, " MARTINIQUE." 



YMTs'Serv. 



64 



Full 
Paj. 



96 



17 
18 



87 

16 

15 

14 

15 

11 

9 

19 

7 

7 

13 
13 
10 
6 
5 
5 
4 
3 
6 
3 
3 

a 

S 

3 
8 

9 
8 
2 
1 
1 
1 

97 

6 

19 



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1 



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P«y. 



H 



a 
































1' 








Cohnel. 
9 Sir Henry Fred. Camphell,* K.C.B. & G.C.H. .^rtf. 90 Sept. 86; LietU. k, 

Copt, 95 April, 93; Copt, ic Lieut, -Col. 6 April, 96; Col. 26 Sept.03 ; JUtomr^ 

Gen, 25 July, 10; Lieut. -Gen, 4 June, 14; Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Vol. 95th Begt. 

90th Oct. 31. Lieut.-CoUmel. 

Courtnay Chambers,' Ens. 10 June, 13; Lieut. Sl Capt. 6 July 15; Meier^ P9d 

Oct 95; Lieut.'Col. Pdl Aug. 30. 

MtQon. 
James Rob. Young, Ene. 97 July, 15 ; Ueui. 14 Dec. 18 ; Capt. P 13 liay, 96 ; 

Jlfq/or, P31 Dec. 33. 
Wm. James D'Urban, Comet, 7 Oct. 19; Lieut. P25 Sept 93; Capt. p8 April,. 

26; Af<(;or,Pl0Oct35. 



Captains. 

JohnJ.HolUs 

Wm. O'Connor 

A. Armstrong Barnes . . 

Richard JenUns 

Samuel Well» 

John Andros Chiille . . . . 

C. R. Knight 

9 John Henry Cooke' . . 
Samuel B. Hamilton. . . . 
Stephen Pons. Peacocke 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Wm. M'Donald 

Henry Pinder 

Skeffington Bristow .... 
Bdm. Bentley Frith .... 

W.C. E. Napier 

Edw. R. Priestley 

Harry Gongh 

Stanhope M. Gildea .... 
Hon, James Colbome . . 
Thomas R. Conolly .... 

Neil Hulse Harenc 

Rob. Henry LindselL . . 
Henry Francis Cust .... 

Bksions. 

C. G. Smith 

James OgiUy 

F. J. B. Priestley 

R. Mas. Taylor 

Stewart Northey 

Wm. Hodges T. Pattenson 

Edward W^Ilesley 

Henry Reynolds Werge 



SKSIOIV. 



LIBUT. 



9 July 03 

9 Apr. 95 

91 July 95 

P 1 Feb. 27 

9 Apr. 25 

P20 Apr. 29 

5 Apr. 31 

15 Mar. 09 

20 Sept 33 

P 26 Oct 33 

P 5 Apr. 27 
P 6 Dec. 27 
P31 Aug. do 
P310ct 34 
28 Aug. 35 
27 Not. 35 
P 1 July 36 
P 29 Apr. 37 
P21 Mar. 34 
P 15 Sept 37 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P 13 Jan. 38 
PdOMar. 38 

P 1 Dec. 37 
P31 Mar. 38 
2 Mar. 38 
P 11 Jan. 39 
P 18 Jan. 30 
P23AQg. 38 
P 15 Not. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 



1 Dec. 04 
P 22 Dec. 25 

28 May 29 
P 4 June 28 
P 8 Oct 29 

31 Oct 34 
P 16 Oct 35 

19 Apr. 10 
P 14 July 37 
P 15 Sept 37 

Pdl Aug. 30 
lP30 0ct 34 
P22 May 35 
P 3 Not. 37 
P 17 Not. 37 
P 13 Jan. 38 
P30Mar. 38 
Pll May 38 
26 June 38 
Pll Jan. 30 
P23 Aug. 39 
P 15 Not. 39 
P31 Dec. 30 



CAPTAIN. 



BKBVBT* 
MAJOR. 



22 July 30 



28 June SS 



30 Mar. 09 
P 14 Aug. 28 
P 1 July 36 
P 16 June 37 
P 15 Sept 37 
P 3 Not. 37 
P 17 Not. 37 

31 Dec. 23 
>»12Jan. 38 
P23Aug. 39 

1 Sir H. F. OubrImU hM 
oeiTed a medal aad ooa el 
for Taiavera 

In tb« former battle he r e c etiw i 
a levere wound In the teea. 

a Col. Chambers terrwl Iha 
campalcn of 1814 la Holland. 
S Mi^ot Cooke Mrred Ibnr 
ftvt In the let Weet York 
UiUtIa prior to entorinf Iho 
4ard Light Inlbntrj, with which 
he ■erred at Waleheren in 1909: 
in Portogal, 1811; elcfe ioid 
stonninf of Cladad Rodrlgo; 
•lefe aad atonnlat of Bnd^|oa 
(woqnded at the meanlt) ; baltto 
of Salamanea: aflhlrofflan Ma- 
aoe: batUaof Vlttorla (woaod- 
ed); battlee of the Pyreneee; flan Sebaetiaa; 
the attack oo the helchta of Vera, 7th Oet.» 
when the left wlna of the army w aeied the B^ 
dateoa; battlee of the Nkelle aad the Nlro; 
ailkir at Taitet ; battle of Toulouee ; battle la 
front of New Orleani, 8th Jan. 181S; eertod Ibar 
jeart with the army of oeeopatSon In 
Bmplojed oa a ipedal nUmion at 
pie in 1880. 

4 Faymaeter Oeaa eerred In the 
from April 1800 onlU the ead of the 
lent at Watarioo. 



176 



Paymatter,^9tSBi Wm. Dean/ 10 Dec. 29; Comef, 9 Feb.Oe;li#iit. 14 Avg.lU 
il4rii/iifi^.— Edward R. PriesUey, (Lieut.) 13 Jan. 38. ' 
Qtiiir#a^lfiii<«r.~John Potts, 10 Jan. 22. 
;9Mfy«oii.— Jaa. Findlayaon NlTiaon, 20 Sept 99; Airitt.'Surg, 30 Jnaa, S5; 

Hoep.'Auitt. 24 June, 15. 
ajtiMafa-5iov0on.-nJame8 Sidey, M.D. 12 Jan. 26; Hoep.-Aetiet. 1 Dee. 86>. 

Duncan Donald M'Cay McDonald, 4 Oct 99. 

Fadnge Blue.— J^en/, Meaari. Cos k, Co. 






TMift'flerv. 


46 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


32 


2A 


36 


14 


19 


6A 


96 


A 


92 





SI 


1ft 


24 


1 


30 





26 





19 





22 


»ft 


39 





16 





12 





16 





23 





22 





16 





14 





14 





16 





11 





14 





7 





7 


ISA 


6 





7 





6 





6 





6 





3 





4 





6 


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6 





6 





3 





2 





2 





2 





13 





11 





12 





28 





7 





7 






26th (or the Canur anian) Reg iment of Foot [' 

The SphinsM^ with the wordi " EGYPT "— " CORUNNA." 



(for V fang ia 



CoUmel. 
9 Hn John Lord Seaton/ G.C.B. G.C.H., BnM, 10 July, 1794 ; Lieut. 4 Sept. 

96; Capt, 12 Jan. 00; Mqjcr^ 21 Jan. 08; Lieut.-Col. 2 Feb. 09; CoL 

4 June, 14 ; Mqjcr-Gm. 27 May, 26 ; JAeut.'Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. of the 

Cameronians, 28 March, 38. 
Lieut.'CoUmd8.—l(^ Hen. Oglander,* C.B., EfU. P20 Aug. 06; Lttut. 8 Sept. 

08 ; Capt. P 2 April, 12 ; Brevet-Mqior, 14 Oct. 13 ; BegtL'Mqfor, 27 Oct. 

14 ; Lieut.'Col. p 14 Dec. 16 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 
Wm. James,' Ens. p8 Dec. 03 ; Lieut. 23 Noy. 04; Capt. 6 Nov. 12; Mt^or^ 

26 April, 28 ; Lieui.-Col. p 26 Dec. 36. 
Mqjart. — Armme S. H. Mountain, BnM. 20 July, 16 ; Lieut. P3 Dec. 18 ; Capt,^ 

P26 May, 26 ; Mmor^ p 30 Dec. 26. 
Tho6.SimBonPratt,^i?n#.2Feb.l4; Xitfti^. P 20 April, 20 ; Capf. P 17 Sept. 26 j 

MojoTy P 26 Dec. 36. 



Captains. 

9 William Johnstone' . . 

Geoiige Hogarth 

Hen. Fra. Strange 

Michael Pointon' 

WilliamCain^ 

James Paterson 

Jamea Piggott 

Dobeon Young' 

George Mylins 

John Shum 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

John Maule 

Thomas Ffrench 

Richard Thompson .... 

W. B. Staff 

Edw. Regan Gregg .... 

Thomas Seccombe 

E. W.Sibley' 

Alex. McDonald 

Edm. Pomeroy Gilbert . . 

Henry Edgar 

Donald Robertson 

John M. Daniell 

John Wm. Johnstone . . 

Charles Cameron 

James Willyams Grylls. . 
Kon. Wm. Godol. Osbom 

John Rodgers 

Geoige Sweeny 

Alex. G. Moorhead .... 
H. J. W. Postlethwaite. . 
Wm. Le Poer Trench . . 
Walter Brisbane Park . . 
Wm. Thomas Betts .... 
Ensigns. 



BNBION. 



26 Feb. 08 
P 22 May 17 

23 May 16 
4 Oct. 10 
6JaIy 14 

P 17 May 21 
6 AprU 16 

3 Dec. 07 
17 Oct. 24 

P 19 Aug. 28 

9 April 26 

4 Dec. 17 
P IJan. 19 

4 Dec. 24 

6 April 26 

P 6 July 26 

27 Nov. 24 

13 Mar. 29 
P 28 Sept. 26 
P 27 Sept. 33 

24 Nov. 14 

14 Feb. 34 
Pdl May 33 

16 May 34 
P29 Aug. 34 
Pll Sept. 36 
P 31 Mar. 37 
P26NOV. 36 

26 May 22 
Pll Aug. 37 
P14 Nov. 34 

26 Dec. 34 

24 Nov. 36 

P23 Sept. 37 



LIEUT. 



30 Mar. 09 
P 13 Sept. 21 

7 April 26 

2 July 12 
12 June 19 

P 4 Dec. 23 
9 April 26 
1 Aug. 10 

P28Jan. 26 

3 Oct. 32 

P30 Aug. 26 
26 April 28 

8 Nov. 27 

10 Mar. 27 
28 Sept. 27 

31 Jan. 29 
16 Oct. 26 
12 Oct. 32 

P 27 Sept. 31 
P 24 Nov. 36 

11 Dec. 36 
P26Dec. 36 

26 Feb. 37 

1 July 37 

P 29 April 37 

P 4 Aug. 37 

P 18 May .S8 

P 26 June 38 

P 3 Dec. 26 

P 6 April 39 

P 14 June 39 

16 June 39 

16 Nov. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBVBT- 
XAJOR. 



10 Jan. 37 
28 June 38 



P20 April 20 
P 12 Nov. 26 
P 19 June 26 

13 Mar. 29 
9 Dec. 27 

P 6 April 31 

14 Feb. 34 
30 May 34 

P30 Aug. 31 
p 22 Feb. 39 

4 M^Jor Pratt Mnred llw eaal 
paign or 1814, iD Holland, Inelndlag 
llw Mtaek on ]i«n«m» Sd Feb. and 
bombardmnit of Antwerp. 

A M«Jur Johnitane was prttoit 
at tho battle of Conmna. 

6 Capcala Polnton Mrrad Mm 
Egyptian oaapalgn of 1801, and waa 
wounded in tiie right leg when en • 
gaging the French plequeis In front 
of Alexandria. 

7 Captain Cain wnred in th» 
Bast Indlei front Nor. 1818 to Dee. 
18t7, InelodJng the Nepaal and 
Deeean canapalgMi alio the riego 
andanaultorBhttitpera. Woondcd 
in the left fbot hy a grapt ihot at 
the ananlt. 18ih Jan. 18M. 

8 Captain Yomg waa at th« 
itormlQg and eaptnre of Forta 
Coinana (led the Foriom Hope), 
Gcnowrie, and Ownonn, in 
In 1807. Served the can 
agalnit Nepaul and the Mahnttaa. 

Lieut Sibley serred in th« 



10 Quarter- Master Ooodlbllow 
at tlie capture of Battras. 
Serred tlie Mahratta campaigns ol 
1817-ia Pveicnt at the riage and 
captor* of Bhnrtpore. 



Alex.MUler 16 Mar. 39 

Albany F. Wallace P 6 April 39 

Rob. Colville Jones .... P 9 Aug. 39 
Edw. G. Whitty 29 Nov. 3(^ 



John Gumming ..**.. 

R. Palmer Sharp P 18 May 38 

Alf. R. Margary P26June38 

Hen. B. Phipps 17 Aug. 38 

Paymagter. — R. H. Strong, 1 June, 37 \ Ens. 7 Aug. 27 ; Lieut. 9 Dec. 31. 

A4iutafit.--A\eT. McDonald, (Lieut.) 13 March, 29. 

Quar/er-JIfa^er.— Joseph Goodfellow,*^ 21 Feb. 28. 

Surgeon.—W. Bell, M.D. 16 March, 31 ; Aieigt.-Surg. 4 March, 13; Hoep.- 

Assitt. 24 Aug. 12. 
A$$iet.'8urgeQn$. — Chilley Pine, 2 Aug. 33. 

W. Godfrey Bace, M.D. 27 Dec. 33. 
Facwgi Yellow. — Agenty Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

m vceelTCd a eroca and threo claspa Ihr Coriinna, Albuhera, Cindad aodrigOi (whera ha was MTamlp 
Nivelle. NiTOk Orthas, and Toaloose. 
fl Colonel Oglandci^ se r f lc ai »— Bzpcditlon to Copenhagen In 1807 1 Coninna eaoipalgn ; opeditlon to WalcheitB \ Penis 
■ttla. tnok Aug. 1810,.lBeladlng the batUcs of the Coa. Alneida. Busaeo, Bedlnha. FOa d*4ronea. Sataiagal. Fnealet d'Onor i 
and esptora of dudad Kodrigo t siege and eaptnre of Badijoi ; battle of Vittoria t Siege and e^ptuio of San Sebastian ^ 
loffcaria of Bayonne. Loat left arm a* the assault of Badijos, and also wounded In the ansi thigh, and body* lost Slat 
of Itaa right hand, and wounded In the body at the assault of San Sebastian. 
I Cotooel JanM* was at Ibt capture of IflrtlBique In lOOT, and OuwUloope in 18ia 

177 • 



I Lord 






2^th (or InniikiBinff) Regiment of Foot. 



[flcmngu Um 
Gipe of Good Hop*. 



A Ctftla with ThrM Tamta; St. Oeorgs's oolonn flytaif in • Use Ftold. Tbe White HorM. '* Nee antra 
terrentJ* ••W.LUCIA." Th» Sphinx, wUh the word* « EGYPT"— " II AIDA" — " BADAJCW-— 
« SALAMANCA "— " VITTORlA "— •• PYRENBES "— " MITELLB "— •« 0RTHE8 "— •• TOULOUSE »— 
•« PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



YMn'SeiT. 


53 


Full 


Half 


PV. 


P.y. 


41 





86 


1 



17 





15 


^ 


24 


4 


15 





15 





29 


A 


13 


A 


27 





16 





15 
15 


t 






25 





14 





13 





11 





11 





9 





14 





8 





8 





7 





7 





5 





5 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





32 


A 


3 





9 





30 





5 





1 






Colonel. 
9 Hon, Sir G. Lowry Cole,* Q.C.B. Comet, 31 March, 1787 ; Lieut. 31 May, 

01 ; Capt. 30 Nov, 92 ; Mt^or, 31 Oct. 93 ; Lieut.-Col 26 Nov. 94 ; Coi^ 

1 Jan. 1801 ; Mqfor-Gen. 25 April, 08; Lieitt.-Gen, 4 June, 13 ; Ocn. 23 

July, 30 ; Col 27th Regt. 16 Dec. 26. 
Lieut,'CoUmel.—9 SB John Hare,* C.B. K.H., Bns. 20 Oct. 90; Lieut, 17 

May, 00 ; Capt, 9 Sept. 05 ; Brevet-Mt^for, 17 June, 13 ; Brevet'Lieut.'Col, 

18 June, 15; Regtl.-Mqfor, PdO June, 18; Lieut.-Col, P31 March^ 25; 

Col. 10 Jan. 37. Minors, 

9 Duncan M'Pherson,* Ene. 19 Sept. 05 ; Lieui. 10 Not. 06; Capt. 25 March, 

24 ; Mqjor, 27 Dec. 34. 
Mont. Cholm. Johnstone, Em. p27 Feb. 23; Lieut. P16 Dec. 24; Capt. P19 

Sept. 26 ; Jlf<{;or, p 27 July, 38. 



Captains. 

William Anuinck 

WUliam Sleator 

John Maclean 

Sam. B. Goodman 

9 Arthur Byrne * 

Richard Fawkes 

9 €2i T. Charlton Smith « 
James Fannce Lonsdale. . 

Charles Yereker 

Geo. Anthony Domford 

LiBUTSNANTS. 

Walter Butler 

Usher Williamson 

Henry Butler . . 7 

Rawdon 8. E. Neynoe . . 
Thofl. Peiciyal Tonzel . . 
Henry D. Cholmeley . . . . 

Francis Smith 

Hon. C. T. Skeff Foster 
Andrew Vincent Watson 

John Lewes 

Frederick King 

Thomas Hare 

Ensigns. 

Lewis C. Irwin •• 

Herman Stapylton 

B. N. Molesworth 

Ben. Midgley 

Barth. Timnard 

J. Thring Coxe 

O. L. Thomson 

James Somerville 

John Sam. Manly 



ENSIGN. 



1 Mar. 21 
20 April 14 

8 April 25 
7 July 25 

17 July 11 

P 1 Mar. 27 

24 June 13 

27 May 24 

9 April 25 
3 Mar. 25 

Pa5 Dec. 25 

P 29 Aug. 26 

P 15 May 27 

10 June 29 

10 Sept. 29 
P 13 July 31 
P30Dec. 26 
p 22 June 32 
P21 Dec. 32 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 13 Dec. 33 

27 Mar. 35 

P 10 April 35 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 

11 Dec. 37 
P26 Dec. 37 
P 18 Bfay 38 
P 27 July 38 
P17 Aug. 38 



LIEUT. 



P 7 July 25 

7 April 25 

PdO Mar. 26 

P 8 April 26 

25 Aug. 13 

P 22 May 29 

5 Aug. 19 

21 Dec. 26 
P27 Mar. 27 
P 15 Dec. 25 



P 16 Sept. 26 
Pll Nov. 31 

7 Sept. 32 
P 10 May 33 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 13 Dec. 33 
P 19 May 33 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P 18 May 38 
P 27 July 38 
P 17 Aug. 38 

6 Not. 38 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 April 26 
P 11 Nov. 31 
P 10 May 33 
P 4 Oct. 33 

5 Dec. 34 
P 16 Jan. 35 

27 Mar. 35 
P 27 July 38 
P 17 Aug. 38 

6 Nov. 38 



BRB VET- 
MAJOR. 



CairtalB Byrn*^ Mrrlecs* 
•n to CninrtHiM i« 
Captan of Martlalqu* la 
PmiiUttU front iwam 101QL to Ibe < 
or tb« war. lochidii^ tb« teitte* of 
Wmfo and Alkuhcnt tfci* *■' 
Honal^ of Badistoi. ISlt » alWr 
with tho Advoiwcd Oturd of tb* 
Preneh neor Caroaol i bottle* of 
SoliiMiifn. Vittoria, tbo 
NiveUe. Octbca. aad Took 
Soircrely wonodcd bi Ibt Pyf 
M(b Jaly, ISIS* and al 
Bcnod alM la 

loeludl^ tha bottlo at Plattobvifh. 
ft Captain Saltb. prtvknuly to enterlof tbo aisy. 
■onred for a abort period in tbo aary, aod waa tkrvc 
Uniot woondod. Serrad la tbo Pwilaaula fros Jotto 
1818 to tbo rod of tbo war, aad wa« proMst at tbo atbir 
of Ofdal. Sewrely wooadcd at Waterioo. 

6 Dr. Moatya servod tai tbo PoaiiiMla, ftoa Jw. 
1811 uaUl tbo ead of tbo war. IncJadtaf tbo atofo of 
Badaloi. AprU 1811 « battle* of SalaoMara, Vtttarta, 
aad tbo P yroaeoa i itonnlaf of Sai 
VoloBtccr party t battloa of Oitbca 
S«nr«d la tb* Aaoricoa war, iaelmUaf tbo 
natttburgb. rrrtant oa tbo ISib Jono at 



I Sir Lowry 
ecivod a 



15 Feb. 39 
Paynuwfer.— Victor Raymond, 9 March, 26; Em. 11 Feb. 08 j Lieui. 16 Nov. 

09 ; Capt. 7 April, 25. 
i44^*u/afi/.— -BenJ. Midgley, (Em.) 11 Dec. 37. 
Quarter-Matter, — Geo. Thompson, 13 Sept. 31. 
Surgeon.—-JI^ W Thos. Mostyn,* 6 Oct. 25; Auiit.-Surg. 19 Dec. 11; Boep.- 

Asritt. 9 Nov. 10. 
Auist.-Surgeom. — Col. C. J. Delmege, M.D., 15 May, 35. 

George Barlow Fry, M.D. 5 July, 39. 
Facings BulT. — Agent, Messn. Cox k Co. 

Cote eoamaadfd a brigado at tbo battle of Malda. aad a dHlsioa la tbo PaataMola aad la rnaea ) ho boa n>. 
aad Iter Claapa tor Mabla. Albobtta (woaadtd), SalaaMBoa (aorotoly iiiMHii8), Vlttatte. rjiiona, Hlvollo. 



t Oeloari Haro. p tailo u aly to eatcrlac tbo S7tb Brtt. wrrcd la tbo Tarbcit PoaelUc*. from wbkh bo 
ta tbo oapcdlUoa to BoUaad la 1788^ aad was pmoat at tbo laadlai >t tbo Haider, aad tbt laadlac aad ad' 
tbo Ifypdaa oaa^olfa of 1881, ftor wblab bo baa locolvfd a ■adal. Picooa* at Pm waptaii 
la tbo PtafaMaU fhna Aofiut 1811 oatll tbo cad of tbo war. lariadli^ tbo tabU* of 41eap i 
i I Moto of; aad opri a iloaa boforo Tbnacoaa, aad blockado of Boraoloaa Woaadad at 
8 Malor M'PWfOoa wrrod 4b Calabria la 1808. Proaoat at tbo ooptare of loebia la tSOi. 
aad 14. ta tbo Poataaola. ladodlas tbo boMfaa Biar amd Oaatadla t riago of Tuii«oaa i aablr as Otdtll ( 
Mho bod^aad tea Mimi \ aad MoefcaSi of Baitialoao. Sarrad aiao la Ikt AaMrioaa «w, 

178 




!»] 2Bth (or North GhmeetteraUrt) Regt, of Foot. [^J^'tK 



• worti "-SOYIT"- 



^ M»B "— " 0BTBE8 "- 



- WATERLOO." 



" ALBUHSHA" — 
■ PEHIHSULA" 



Coloiul. 

P ifon. Sir E. pBget,' a.CB. Conuf ft A(&-£i«H«.S3 MH-.170S; Cbpt.TDec. 

~ 03 i jr<i/iir,14NoT.93;£ifut.-ODl. aOApriliM; Col. IJan.OB; Jff{jor-O«n. 

t JaD.18(U>i£t«ut.-0«n.4jime,ll)Oni.37Har,3G;C(iI.28tliitegt.26Dec.U. 

I.itMt.-ColointL 

', 9 Cudbert FreDali,*K.H.9>ull4«uf.»3 Sept IS; Xiful. p 1 April, 14 ; Copt. 

nOJDDe,24i Xfq/or, r33Julie,3a; £>eu(.-CaJ. p IS Dec. 34. 

. Hcidter, £ru. IB Jnly,lfi; Xi«ut. « 3 July, 23 ; Ca;tf. 'IB Sept.36 ; Major, 
PS? Sept 33. 
L Sydney John Cotton, Cprnef, 19 April, 10; Xicut. 13 f eb. IS ; CapM' 1 Jan. 
BO; ygjariajm. aa. 



Captatks. 
I 9 SB Wm. Irwin' .... 

\ Thomaa Wlueler 

, Wanlcy Ellu Sawbridgc 

F. Wimbleton P. PsTker 

Fmnk Adanu 

, PWrn-Honter' 

CliM. Perd. Ham Smltli 
, Maurice Cha*. O'Connell 

Oeoi^ Minter 

) Wm. Lloyd BnMell .... 
' LlBUTBNAKTa. 

I George Wirdell 

' Hottrsm Andrews 

' William RuBsell 

Fred. Browne RnMell . . 
Bobt. Julian BaumgartneT 
Henry Datton Smart 

I ChBB. Henry Nichoietts 

I Vi&l Donald M'Phee.. 

Fn. Dnrell Vignolei 

Edw. M. LoTe 

) John Fdw. II. Pryce . . . . 
W.G.Connick 

I O. OlBYAlt 

ESHieHB. 

< J. Q. R. Aplin 

[. Hfilsey Lake 

Donald U'Gregor 

Percy Archer Batler 

Henry Mo«tyn Owen. . . . 

' SuDoel Rawson 

■ Sidney Cotton 

Eyre Coote Onnt 



10 Not. 07 
S4Hay 14 

33 Oct. ea 



' 26 Hot. 38 

14 Nov. II 
17 Jan. ie 

3 Jan. 17 

9 April 36 

3 Feb. 85 
8 Mot. 86 

' S7 Sept. 33 
' 31 Dec- ^ 
• 10 Dec 84 
16 Dec. 08 
' 10 Hay 33 
' 23 June 97 
'80 Jane 37 
' 10 July 87 
'26 Aug. 37 

P 7 Oct. 87 

15 Dec. 37 

4 Hay 38 
I Mar. 30 

34 Hay 80 
31 Hay 30 

35 Oct. 39 

36 Oct. 39 



20 July 09 
IB Dec. 17 
S8 Apr. 35 

8 Apr. 37 
38 Mar. 33 
SB Apr. 18 
27 Sept. 33 
S5 Nov. 31 
IS Jan. 18 

as Feb. 22 



30 Not. 10 
'20 Dec. 37 
'17 Aug. 36 
' 1 Mar. SO 

34 May 80 
'81 Ma; SO 






OMay 10 
38 Sept. 33 

30 June 30 
13 July 33 

31 Dec. — 
' 37 No» 
' 26 Dec. 37 
'23 June 38 

SO Apr. 32 
SO Oct "- 

I K*Jor Inrii wmd ip Ibt 
•.nlMul. from ll» b«lDiiln( 
if l»a«, U tlM nd of Ibanr, 
dcIiuUbk tilt puan of tba 
taani; balOH of T^tiib 
vrouDded), BiuacOi and Cuopa 



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a BiuAel 1)101 lliruuBh Iha bodirji baltlH of Um 
Ninioili, (waiindad)lllli, Bid latfa DeodBbv, 

B PoVniHWr Bwio^HnidtnUiaPniliinU, 

ingiha b/i'iiM ot'viEiorlfc ihe P,™nM.,(.oiin*- 
cd in l)is ann), PuopeluDi, niiallc, Nitc, Oi^ 
thu, uil TonloiiH. Santd ilaa in (be Aawrl- 

rtfbt brwl by ■ rtO* MI ■! PUIUburfb. 



Paynuufcr.— V George Tboa. Benun,' 20 Hay, 36 ; Em. 13 Feb. 13 ; Liaut, 3fi 

Aug. 18. 
.iifj'ufanf.— Donald M'Oregor, {Etu.) 17 Aug. 38. 
Qaarirr-Matter. — C9t William Kerr, 1 July, 38 ; Ent. J July, 37. 
,Survei>n. — Jams* Campbell, iejuDe,35; Auitt^Sitrg.^Oct.Ki Http.' 

Aitirt. 34 Feb. 20. 
Aintt.-Surgt.—A. S. MacdoneU, 39 July 30 ; Botp.-AuM. 1& Not. 37. 
I Archibald Aleiandcr, SO Feb. 36. 

Fnaagt Yellow.—^jwii, Heura. Coi k. Co. 



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, M^h, in Enpl (!■ 
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■ ballla of NlTtlk, 



29th {or the fVarcestershire) Regiment oj FoU. 

WROLEIA"— " VIMIEBA"—" TALAVERA"— " ALBUHBRA"— '« PBITIlf BULA." 



TMrs'Serv 

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97 



CoUmeL 
9 OB John Lord Strafford, > G.C.B. & Q.C.H. J5^. 30 Sept. 1793; lAeuiA Dec. 
03; Capt 24 May, 04; Lieu*.-Col. 14 March, 1800; Col. 25 July, 10; 
Mqjor-Gen. 4 June, 13 ; Lieut.-Oen. 27 May, 25 ; Col. 20th Begt. 93 Jan. 28. 

JLieut,-C<^ton^. 
Hon. C. A. Wrottealey,* Cornet^ 21 Dec. 15 ; Liout. p 6 July, 21 ; Capt. 9 16 
June, 25 ; Mt^or^ p 5 April, 31 ; Lieui.^Col. 3 July, 90. 

Mt^ori. 
9 Thomas Bennett Hickhx,* jStu. 2 May, 05 ; Lieut, p 31 Oct. 05 ; Capt. May, 

16; Breo.'Mt^or, 10 Jan. 37 ; Begtl-Mqfor, P31 May, 30. 
Alex. ShaiTock, Bus. 7 Ang. 06; Lieut. 30 Jane 08; Capt. 97 Apr. 27 ; M^jor, 
P27Sept.30. 



Captains. 

Boh. Percy Donglas .... 

George Congrere 

Christ Edw. Baton .... 

Henry Phillpotts 

W. Wickham Drake .... 
W. Gemmell Alves .... 

John George Weir 

Andrew T. Hemphill .... 

Hon. W. F. Byng 

Septimus Hen. Paluret. . 

LiBUTBNAHTB. 

John Qwen Lncas ...... 

Gregory Lewis Way .... 

Edmund Geo. Nicolay . . 

George Brown 

Arth. St. Geo. H. Stepney 
H. Mont. Cnninghame . . 

Thomas A. Gerard 

Edmund Duzhin 

George MoUe 

John M'Neale Walter. . . 

John Power 

Lewis Coker 

CadwaUader Edwards • 

Ensioits. 
H. P. L'Estrange ..... 
Kenneth Murchison . . . 
Hios. Edw. Wilbraham. 
Frederick Coventry . . . 

James Halkett 

George H. M. Jones ... 
Bichard Francis Henry. 
James Wm. Bichardson 



ENSIGN. 



IiIEUT. 



16 Mar. 20 

8 Apr. 25 

P 28 Apr. 25 

P 23 June 25 

P25Feb. 26 

P 20 May 26 

P 16 Aug. 27 

7 Apr. 25 

never 

P28 0ct. 20 

P 15 June 30 
P 17 Feb. 32 
P 3 May 31 
P31 Dec 33 
P 16 May 34 
P 5 Apr. 33 
P 15 May 36 
P OOct. 35 

22 Nov. 36 
P 31 July 35 
P 6 May 37 

11 Aug. 37 
P2l8ept.32 

P28Dec. 38 
1 Feb. 30 
P 8 Mar. 39 
P31 May 39 
P 7 June 39 
13 July 39 
P 27 Sept. 30 
P 15 Nov. 30 



CAPTAIN. 



P 11 June 28 
P 12 June 28 
P 30 Dec. 31 
P 27 June 34 
P 14 July 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P31 May 30 
3 July 39 
P 12 July 30, 
P27 Sept. 391 



BRBVBT- 
XAJOR. 



P 19 Feb. 24 
P 12 Jan. 26 
P20May 26 
P 11 July 26 
P20 Aug. 20 
P 10 Sept. 30 
P 30 Dec. 31 
16 Apr. 29 
P 31 Dec. 30 
P 16 May 34 

P27 June34 
30 July 36 
p 5 May 37 
P 14 July 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 21 Apr. 37 
Pll Aug. 37 
P 8 Mar. 39 
P 31 May 39 

3 July 39 
P 12 July 39 

P 27 Sept. 39 9 ool. WreU«ri«y 
16 Dec. 37 ths ilega of Btaartpor*. 

S UajoT Bennett BlcUn Mrred In the ftn* 
intula, tnm April, 1800. to the end at tiM ««r, 
inelndios the capture of Oporto, bettlee ef Ti- 
IftTen, BuMco, Albuheri, (woundcdX Vittortai 
RoneetTellet, Pyrencet (MTerelj woomied %t 
PampeluttsX NlreUe, Ntve, Bajome, Mi% 
H«tf hts of Oarrtt, Orthet» and Tonlooee. 

4 Dr. Inffham wrvcd In the AoMrlean war, 
Indndioa the battles at Fort-Oeoffe* Chippewa, 
and at the FaUe of Niagara. 



JPmniufer.— James Esphiasse, 8 Feb. 39; Bnt. 8 Feb. 21; lAeui. 7 April, 85; 
Capt. 11 July, 37. 
ili^ii^aii/.— John Owen Lucas, {Lieut,) 3 July, 39. 
Quarter^Master. — If^ Thomas Kneebone, 15 July, 24. 

2{) ^^iciyMm.— Charles Thomas Ingham,^ M.D. 25 June 26 ; Aniat.^Swrg. 16 Ang. 10; 
Hotp.'Astitt. 24 May, 10. 
Astitt.'SuTffeon. — Qeo. Alex. Cowper, M.D., 30 March, 38. 

Fiaein^ Yellow.— Jpwif, Messrs. Cox ft Co. 

[B etw m d from the MauHimUf Mareh, 1838.] 

1 Lord Slraflbffd aarved In Flanders, floDand, and In the espeditlone to Banover, OopcahafH. aal WaW 
1 haa raealved a etoai and one cla«p for Titlsria, Vjtmmh MlvtUe^ Ml?a^ and Ortheh 
180 



fSHliJtiSL'l 30M (or ttie Cambridge shire) Re giment of Foot. [^^5£ 

,_ ^.The SpUnx, with the words "BGYFT'— « BADAJOZ"--«SALAMA^^CA"— 
Yean• Sery. « PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



47 



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Pky. 



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41 

87 



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26 
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21 
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13 
13 
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8 
6 
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Cofonel.— 9 Sir Thomas Bradford, * G.C.B. k. G.C.II. Ens. 20 Oct. 1703 ; Lieut, 

9 Dec. 93; Capt, 15 April, 94; MqjOTf 9 Sept. 95; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan, 1801 ; 

Col, 26 July, 10 ; M(yar-Qen, 4 June, 13 ; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 26 ; CoL 

dOth Regt. 18 AprO, 29. 
Lieut.'ColoneL—J^ Henry Edward Robinron,* Sns. 28 May, 06 ; Lieut. 9 Feb. 

08 ; Capt. p 26 July, 22 ; Mqfor, p 20 Sept. 27 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 34. 
3f£|;or#.— Harry Smith Ormond,' Ent. 8 No^. 99 ; LUut. 28 Aug. 01 ; Capt. 24 

Sept. l2;MaJar, 10 June, 29. 
John Tongue,* ^n*. 9 July, 03; Lieut. P24 May, 04; Capt. 7 March, 11 ; 

Breoet'Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; RegtL'Mqjar, 1 Jan. 34. 



Captains. 

9 John Procter^ 

John Oordon Geddes .... 

9 James Poyntz* 

Rob. Alex. Andrews .... 

9 Wm. Baxter^ 

Hen. Jenkins Pogson .... 
9 m Samuel Waymouth" 

John Moore 

Charles Sillery 

Edward John Grant .... 
Lieutenants. 

C. H. Marechaux 

Wm. Armstrong Steele . . 

Wm. Hodder Heard 

Edwin Godwin Pilsworth 
Alex. John H. Lumsden 
Sam. John Luke NicoU. . 
Hon. J. Harlstonge Pery 

Akx. Macdonald 

P. C. Cavan 

Henry Shum 

R. Bring O'Grady 

John Tongue 

Henry Broome 

Ensigns. 

D. J. B. Edwardes 

Edward Edwards 

Paget Bayly 

Rob. Wm. Smith 

Tho. Wm. Wilkinson .... 

Rich. Gervys Grylls 

Louis G. F. Broome .... 
Wm. Campbell Mollan.. 



BNSION. 



3 Dec. 03 

8 Nov. 16 
14 Apr. 14 
18 Aug. 14 

9 May 11 
P 15 Nov. 27 

18 May 12 
P 15 June 30 

24 Nov. 28 
P 9 Dec. 31 

9 Dec. 20 

16 May 27 

16 Sept. 27 

P31 Aug. 30 

P 3 May 33 

P 27 Apr. 32 

P 9 May 34 

18 July 34 

P 19 Dec. 34 

P 12 June 35 

P30 July 36 

P 2 Dec. 36 

P 8 Dec. 87 

P 8 June 38 
P 80 Oct. 38 
p 8 Mar. 39 
p 15 Mar. 39 
p 1 Nov. 39 
P 8 Nov. 39 
P22NOV, 39 



LIEUT. 



8 June 041 
27 Mar. 25 

19 July 15 

27 Mar. 24 
10 June 13 

P 11 June 30 

28 Mar. 13 
P 9 May 84 

20 July 30 



CAPTAIN. 



P 17 Oct. 34 



6 Apr. 26 
8 Apr. 32 

10 Dec. 33 
P 18 July 34 
P 19 Dec. 34 
P 8 June 38 
P SO Oct. 38 

31 Oct. 38 
p 1 Mar. 39 
P 15 Mar. 39 
P 26 Apr. 39 
p 8 Nov. 39 
p22 Nov. 39 



4 May 09 

P 8 Apr. 26 

28 Dec. 28 

P20 Aug.29 

1 Jan. 34 
P 17 Oct. 34 
13 Oct. 25 
p 1 Mar. 39 
p 15 Mar. 39 
P 22 Nov. 39 



BREV.-MAJ. 



22 July 30 



28 June 38 



7 Captain Baxter lerred in 
the Peninsula from Juljr, 1811, 
to Januaiy, 181S, inducUng the 
■lege of the Forts at, and bat- 
tle of Salamanca^ where he was 
wounded; serfed aleo in the 
South of Prance In 1814. 

8 M^jor Waymouth served 
In the Pentnsola with the 2nd 
Life Guards; was severely 
wounded and taken prisoner 
(reported ** supposed to be 
kiUed") at Waterloo, la charg- 
ing the Cuirassiers. The ef- 
fects of this wound were so 
gerere that be was a year 
upon crutches In a state of 

ezoeeslTe sufDsring, and it was six yean 
before he could put on a boot. He was conse- 
quently compelled to make the sacrifice of his 
professional prospects by an exchange to half- 
pay when his name stood lint for promotion by 
purchase. 

9 Quarter-Master Ward served in the Penin- 
sula from March, 1809, to June, 1819, including 
the siege of Cadis, batUe of Fuentes d'Onor, 
siege of Badi^oa ; and allhir at Villa Murial ; 
lenred also in the Netherlands. 



„ „ ^...-r P 10 Jan. 40 

Paumagter.—R. Ch. Macdonald, 8 May, 35 ; Sns. 10 April, 25 ; Lieut. 13 Dec. 27 
Adjutant.^Alexander Macdonald, (Lieut.) 18 July, 84. 
Quarter-Master.—Ji^ John Ward,^ 21 Oct. 24. 
Surfftfm.—JoMph Trigance, 5 Dec. 34 ; Atsist.-Surg. 9 Nov. 20 ; Hotp.-Asiiit. 

AMtiit.'SurgeaM.-*^oseph Edmondson, 29 July, 30 j Hotp.-Assiet. 20 Dec. 26. 
Jamea Cockbum, 15 April, 36. 

Fainngs Yellow. — Agent. Messra. Cox & Co. 
1 Sir Thoroai Bradford was present at the siege of Monte Video, vA attack on Buenos Ayrefc He has 
«LlvId™roS and one clasp for Corunna, Salamanca, Vittoria, St. Sebastian, aad the passage of the Nive. 
« cSoSel RobSon served in the Peninsula from June, 1809. to October, 1818. including the batUes of 
TiSeri BuMSSTunes at Torres Vedias ; punuit of Massena ; siege of Ciudad Bodrigo ; siege and storming 
ofB^dSif (Sot through the left arm at the assault 6th April, 1812); battle of Satamwoa; reteeat from 
Mi5ri?!^tto of VltiSria and the Pyrenees, (severely wounded, left leg fmtuwd) «8th July. 1818. 

a M./or 0™nd's wrvices :-ExpedlUon to Copenhagen in 1801 ; (Radian campaigns of 1818, !•, and 
liT including the battles of Port George, Stoney Creeli, and Chrystler's Parm. 

4 llXTonrie command , , , 

a Sl3or Procter's services -.-ExpediUon to Copenhagen in 1807 ; Conmna campaign ; Peninsula from 

'TcSSii'li;nT.frvS°ii"^^^^ from Pebruary to November, 1811. induding the sortie 

of th^ndrS)rAlinissa. and subSquent skirmish at Barber del Puesco. and battle at Pueotsi d'Onor. 

181 ^ 



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ISJJieS!'iM»;] 31*^ (or the HunHngdonshire) Regiment of Foot. ["S^J.*" 

"TALAVKRA" — " ALBUHERA " — «• VITTORIA " — " PYRENEES" — « NITBLLB**- 

•• NIVE"—" PENINSULA." 

ColaneL 
9 90 i9tr Colin HalkeU,* K.C.B. & O.C.H. Lt.-Col. 17 Nov. ISOS; CU. Wan. 

12; Mqj&r'Gen, 4 June, 14; X^-G'en.22 July,dO; Cot.3l8tHegt2Slfar.38. 
Lieui,'CohmeU,—^ IfiB C. Horace Churchill, C.B. Ens. 10 June, 06; Lieut,k 

Capt P27 Aug. 12 ; Brevet-MqfaTf 22 Nov. 13 ; Brevet- Lieut. -Col. 18 Jane, 

16 ; BegtU-M^joTy 27 July, 26 ; Lieut.-Col. 16 July, 30 ; Col. 10 Jan. 87. 
VSamud Bolton,* £n«. 5 Feb. 07; Xieu^. 6 April, 00; Copf.P 24 Oct. 22; JTi^^, 

14 June, 33 ; Lieut. -Col. p24 Nov. 35. 
Mqjari.—Thomam Skinner, Ent. 26 Jan. 16; Lieut. p6 Aug. 10; Capt. POOct. 

23; ilf<{;or,P24NoT. 36. 
H. Clinton Van Cortlandt,' Comet, 8 May, 01 ; Lieut. 1 Noy. 03; Capt. 5 

July, 14 ; Brevet'MqjoTy 10 Jan. 37 ; BegtJ.'Mqjor, 17 Sept 30. 



Yean'Serr. 


37 


PnU 


Half 


P.y. 


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34 





34 





24 


A 


30 


A 


36 


1 


30 


2A 


32 





20 





22 


m 


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1 





1 





1 





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27 





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8 






Captains. 

Edward Wm. Bray* 

John Byrne 

James Spence' 

8 Charles Shaw* 
Ijunbert B. Unnston' . 
Geo. Cnthbert Marshall. . 
SBl Qcorge Baldwin' .. . . 
Holland LecUe M<Ohee. . 

George Ogilvy 

Wm. Gibson Willes 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Bulkeley 

Geo. Dobson Young .... 
Geo. Francis White .... 
John Cassidy Stock .... 

Robert Norman 

Thomas Pender 

Thos. Conyngham Kelly 

Edward Lugard 

Frederick Spence 

Robt John Eagar 

James Croft Brooke .... 
John Snowden Scott .... 
Arthur Du Bouidieu .... 

PhUip Le Couteur 

Hon. Geo. A. F. C. Graves 

George Frend 

Hen. Knight Sayers .... 

Dalway M'llveen 

TlieopL John Bourke . . 
John .£neas Duncan .... 
Joseph Greenwood .... 
George Bainbridge Shaw 
Tlios. Henry PladLet .... 
Bnsionb. 

William Bray 

J. D. Carmichael Smyth 
Duncan Stew. RobertMu 
George Fred. Moore .... 
Wm. Fi«d. WiUes Atty . . 
John Lucas R. Pollard . . 

Henry Wm. Hart 

RobertLaw 



ENSIGN. 



12 Jan. 06 
1 Oct. 08 

26 Nov. 08 

13 May 11 

1 Apr. 13 

26 Aug. 26 

2 June 08 
18 June 12 

Jan. 07 
Sept. 13 

never. 

6 Apr. 10 

27 Jan. 26 

23 Mar. 26 
P 7 Sept. 26 

13 Sept. 26 

3 Apr. 28 
31 July 28 

24 Dec. 20 
11 June 30 

P31 Oct. 31 
P 1 Nov. 31 
P26 Jan. 33 
P 8 Dec. 26 
P 16 Mar. 33 
P 24 Nov. 36 
P17 Oct 34 
P22Jan. 36 
10 May 36 
P 7 Aug. 36 
P 6 May 36 
P 14 July 37 
P21 Oct 36 

21 June 30 
P 12 July 30 
P30 Aug. 30 

26 Oct 30 
P 16 Nov. 30 

17 Jan. 40 

7 Feb. 40 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



10 
21 
26 

26 
28 



6 Apr. 
PIO Apr. 

10 Feb. 

30 July 
P12 Feb. 
P24 Aug. 32 

14 June 33 

P24 Nov. 36 

8 Apr. 26 

26 Sept 30 



BBBV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 97 
26 Feb. 9rt 
28 Jane 88 



28 Jane 88 



20 Apr. 08 

21 Dec. 00 
P20Dec. 10 

13 Apr. 20 
11 May 16 
11 June 20 

Nov. 14 
3 May 14 
6 Nov. 07 

P 10 Dec. 16 

6 May 14 

26 Aug. 26 
3 Apr. 28 

1 Feb. 20 

2 Sept 20 

1 Aug. 30 
P31 Aug. 30 
P31 Oct 31 
P 1 Nov. 31 
P26 Jan. 33 

2 Sept 33 
P 6 Mar. 36 

27 Mar. 36 
1 Apr. 36 

PSODec. 36 
P 14 July 37 

7 July 37 
P 12 July 30 

26Sept30 

26 Oct 30 

27 Oct 30 

28 Oct 30 
20 Oct 30 

battles of RaacooB, Kokaia, and ^utBum-Ut* ; 
attack and capture of Doaabaw, Promi^ M^ 
Maloom ; actions of Simbika aad NapodM. 
8 capt. Baldwin aceompaalad tbo ozpeditlM 



4 MiUor Bray tarrsd the Mah- 
ratta campalrn of iei7» \K 
and I9» and was pieeint at ikc 
tiege and oaptuve of Ryflmrt 
Amulnair, and AMeergbar. 

6 If^or Spenee was premi 
In the action of Staola, aear 
Genoa, IStb Apitt. 1BJ4. vtA 
•ubeeqoent attack! upon tke 
city of Genoa until its eama- 
der. 

6 Captain Shaw vae pewit 
at the battle of Albnbeim. Alio 
at the attack and snneader of 
Genoa In 1814, and, oobw- 
quenily, at the enmBdor if 
Coieica. 

7 Capt. Umeton aenred ibt 
campaigne of 1819 and 14 ta 
the Penineala, Ineludlnf tht 
batUee of the Nlve, Orthei, »<< 
Tottlouer. Served thioasboat 
the Burmeee war, InclndJag ibo 

ure of Rasfoon ; etocvi end 



capture 
capture 



of the aloekadie of 



to Wakheren, and was atthealofeof Plofhta*. 
Piwent on the 18th June at Waiafloo^ and iht 
storming of Cambny. 

B Paymaster Matthews Mrred to the ITepanl 
war In 1814 and 16; at the eaptara of HattiaM; 
in the Mahratta war to 1817 aad 18} and at 
the capture of Bhurtpore. 



8 Feb. 40 
Payffia«ter.^John Henry Matthews,* 21 Oct 13. 
A4iutant. — 

Quarter-Matter. — Samuel Palmer, 8 May, 26. 
Surffeon.—Heary Hart, M.D. 21 Sept 30 ; Assitt.-Surg. 31 Jan. 11. 
Assiit.'Surgeons.—T. Eamea Ayre, 2 Nov. 26 ; lIo§p.'A$riet. 17 Jaly, 26w 

Charles Hugh James, 6 Oct 32. 
Facing Buff. — Agent, Messrs. Price & Son. 
1 Sir CoUn Halkett has reeeived a eroes for Albubera, Salatnanea, Vittoria, and the paence 
HiTe, and was severely wounded at Wsterloo. 
9 Cbl. Bolton serred in the pMilnsula, from 1808 to the end of the war. Including the battloa of Thlavm, 



«r the 



Albuhera (wounded), Aroya de Molina. Vittoria, the Pyrenees, NIts, Orthce, Aire, and Ttouloat** 
8 Major Van Cortlandt was engaged at the following battles, sieges, Ac. In the Bast ludiaa, via. La**^ 
Beffiighur, Ruthowra, Acre, Dele, Bhurtpore» AHyghar, Coel, Delhi, Laawarrto, and Pkllyghnr, eaptarr nf 
Bolkar. Also several skirmishes during the canpaiins of 1MX8, 4, ft, and 0. Preeent at the sieges of Ko- 
■nana and Ounowrie to IHOA, and at Kalunga In 1R14. Srrtrd the ranpalgne agatost the PtodotreM >• 
1817 and 18 199 



Ymii'Strv. 



61 



'te.K.'MS?"] 32rf (or the Cornwall) ReffimeiU of Foot. ["ISlSi^ 

" ROLEIA" — *' VIMIERA"— « SALAMANCA"—" PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE" — 
" NIVE'»— "ORTHES"— " PENINSULA"— " WATERLOO." 

ColaneL 
5tr Robert Mac&rlane,> K.C.R O.C.H. Sns, 26 May, 1789; Lieut. 22 May, 93; 
Capt. 26 Sept. 93; Mqjar, 12 Nov. 94; Lieut.-CoL 19 Sept. 94; Col. 1 Jan. 
1800; Mqjor-Gen. 26 April, 08; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 13; Gen. 22 July, 30; 
Col. 32iid Regt 26 Sept. 37. 

Lieut.Colonel. 
Thos. Henry Wingfleld, Lieut. 7th FosiUers, 11 Nov. 13; Capt, Pl2 Sept 22; 
Mqfor, P3 Jane 28; Lieut.-CoL 19 Jan. 39. 

Mqjors. 
9 939 John Blrtwhi8tle,'i?n«. 14 April, 13 ; Lieut, p 14 Jan. 19 ; Capt. p 13 May, 

24; Brevet'Mqjor, 28 June, 38 ; Befftl.-Mqfor, 19 Jan. 39. 
Frederick Markham,' Snt. p 13 May, 24 ; Lieut. P 22 Oct. 26 ; Capt. p 16 April, 
29; Mqfor, P 28 Sept. 39. 



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4 





4 





3 





3 





1 





1 





1 





1 





26 

7 





IS 





36 


* 


8 





7 






Captains. 

9John Swinbum* 

80 Gteorge Browne*. . . . 

ThomaB Calder 

John Thos. Hill 

Hen. Vaughan Brooke . . 
John Hen. Evelegh .... 

Thomas W^te 

Osborne Markham 

Alexander Gardiner* .... 
Edw. Osborne Broadley. . 

LlBUTENAICTS. 

Fra. John Griffin 

George Oke^ 

Cuthbert A. Baines .... 

John Dillon 

Robert Campbell 

Thomas Forsyth 

William Case 

Thos. Daniel Kelly 

John Ernie Money 

J. E. W. Inglis 

Thomas Byrne 

Sam. Auchmuty Dickson 
George Griffin 

ElTBIOlfS. 

Rhys Jones ............ 

Thomas Robyns 

E. W. D. Lowe 

Geo. Sam. Moore 

John P. Pigott 

Wm. Bellingham 

Cha. Davers Rushbrooke. 
Henry Duberly 



ENSIGN. 



28 Aug. 04 

10 June 13 

16 July 19 

P 13 Mar. 27 

P 12 July 27 

8 April 26 

7 Dec 16 
P 27 Sept. 31 

16 July 13 
P 16 Aug. 26 

13 Oct 26 

8 Dec. 26 
12 June 28 

P26 June 28 

P 2 Feb. 30 

P 16 June 30 

10 Feb. 32 

12 April 33 

P 18 April 33 

P 2 Aug. 33 

P 16 Mar. 21 

P22May 36 

16 Dec. 36 

P 2Sept36 

P 7 Oct 86 

20 May 37 

9 Feb. 38 
P 16 Feb. 39 

8 Mar. 39 
P 24 May 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



16 May 06 

30 Sept 19 

7Apri]26 

P 16 April 29 

Pll June 30 

P28Jan. 26 

26 Aug. 24 
P 9 Mar. 34 

20 July 16 
P 29 Sept 29 

12 June 28 
26 June 28 

8 Oct 30 
10 Feb. 32 

P 2 Aug. 33 
P 22 May 36 

9 Feb. 38 
10 Feb. 38 

6 Oct 38 

19 Jan. 39 

18 Sept 28 

P28Sept39 

22 Feb. 39 

of Flufblnf ; 



16 Aug. 10 

10 Feb. 32 

16 Feb. 33 

P 13 Feb. 35 

P22May 86 

P20Jan. 32 

5 Oct. 38 

P 3 Nov. 37 

19 Jan. 39 

P28 Sept 39 



B&BT.-MAJ* 



22 July 30 
16 June 38 



6 Hi^or Browne Mrved si 
Waterloo on 10th and ISth June. 

6 Capt. Gardiner wnred in 
the American war in 1816. 

7 Lieut Oke serred at Wa- 
terloo on the 10th and 18th 
June. 

8 Paynweter Moore lerred 
the campaign of 1814 in Hol- 
land, including the action at 
Merxem, and bombardment of 
Antwerp. Present at Waterloo. 

9 Quarter-Master Healey's 
serricee :— siege of Copenhagen 
in 1807; batUes of Roleia, 
Vimiera, and Corunna; expe- 
dition to Walcheren and siege 

Peninsula ftom Jnne^ 1811 to 
the end of the war» including the battles of 
Salamanca, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and 
Orthes. Served at Waterloo 10th, and 18th 
June. 

10 Dr. Bampfleld was at the battles of Maida 
and Oastalla; flegee of Tamgona and Barcelona. 



P28 Sept. 39 
Paynuuter.-'^BSR O. Moore," 19 Oct 26; Ens. 1 Oct. 12; Lieut. 6 Dec. 13. 
A43§utant.-^ThoB. Daniel Kelly, (Lieut.) 12 April, 33. 
Quarter-Magter.—^ 891 Thomas Healey,' 29 Nov. 27. 
Surgeon.— 9 Wm. Bampfield,^<> 21 Jan. 13; Assist.'Surg. 2S Jbu. 0% ; Hosp.^ 

Asntt. 26 Dec. 04. 
Assiit.'SurgeonM. — Duncan M'Oregor, 4 Jan. 33. 

Alex. M'Grigor, 31 May, 33. 
Facings White — Agent, Messra. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, Borough, Armit & Co. 
1 Sir Robert Macfisrlane accompanied the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807. He served subsequently in 
Sicily as second in command under Lord William Bentinck. 

8 M^jor Birtwhistle serred the campaign of 1814 in the South of Prance. Present on the 10th (sererely 
womdad) 17th, and 18th June, at Waterloo. 
S MilJor Markham was sererely wounded In Canada, 89 Not. 1897. 

4 M^or Bwinburo's serrioes :— eiege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; campaign of 1806 in Portugal ; (wounded 
in the head on the retreat to Vigo.) Present at the battles of the Coa, Puentes d'Onor, Redlnha (wounded in 
tha hip), Sabugal, and Buiaco. Joined the army at Toulouse in 1814. Present at New Orleans, Jan. 1816. 
183 



Snii. iw FoMifB 



I'ST] S3d(pr 1st YorktMre, W. Rtdtng) Regt. of Foot. ^^Smi 



YcarrSenr. 



61 



Pun 



34 



83 



35 



Hslf 











88 





29 





18 
15 





17 





13 





13 





11 





80 
10 


8ft 



14 





13 





11 





10 





13 





10 











8 





8 





6 





5 





6 





4 





4 





4 





S 





8 





8 





1 





1 





1 





16 
14 


•1 


14 


>*A 


84 
13 


1.*. 




8 






" SERINQAPATAM"— " WATERLOO." 



C(Amel. 
5tr Charles Wale, < K.C.B. JS!rw. Jane, 1770; i:<t«u^.l3 April, 80; Gipf.85JQiie, 
83 ; Ma^oTy 1 Mar. 94 ; Lieut-Col. I Jan. 98 ; Col, 25 April, 1808; Medor-Qtti, 
4 June, 11 ; Lieut.-Qen. 19 July, 21 ; Gen. 28 June, 38; Cd. 33d Regt 85 
Feb. 31. 

Lieut. -Colond, 
im Charles Knight,' Etu. August 06 ; Lieut. 25 Jan. 07 ; Capt. P 30 Aug. 10; 
Brevet'Mqjor, 21 Jan. 19; JUgtl-Mqjor, 25 Not. 81 ; Lieut. Col. p 10 Sept 
30. 

Mqjors. 
80 Joseph Mark Harty,' K.H. Sns. 23 April, 07; Lieut. p1 May, 07; CapU 

PU Mar. 13; Afq;>r, p 20 Dec. 27. 
80 Thomas Reid,^ Etu. 2 July, 05 ; Lieut, p 20 June, 06 ; Copt. 16 June, 16; 
Brecet'Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Begtl-Mt^OTy 10 Nov. 38. 



Captains. 
in Richard Westmore*. 

Oeoige Whannell* 

Thos. Jas. Galloway .... 

Fred. Rudolph Blake 

Archibald Robertson .... 

John Johnston 

Thos. Bunbury Gough . . 
George Aug. Vernon .... 
9 Chas.Rob.Shackburgh^ 
Henry Wm. Bunbury 

LiBUTBNAHTS. 

John Williamson 

Thos. Jacob Smith 

Warren Maude 

Francis Todd 

Thomas Flunkett 

William T. Nixon 

Hen. Knight Erskine. . . . 

George Erskine 

James Knight 

John Stuart 

E. Aug. Milman 

Edw. Winnington 

Chas. P. B. Walker .... 
Ensions. 

Edmund Peel 

Charies Mills 

Jas. Brace KeO 

Nich. Pelham Giveen .... 
Rob. Gregory Wale .... 

P. G. H. Somerset 

John R Collings 

Edw. Westby Donovan.. 



BN-tiax 



28 May 12 

1 Mar. 11 
P 13 Sept 21 
P30 June 25 
P 4 Dec. 23 
P 15 Aug. 27 
P 27 Dec. 27 

2 July 29 
85 July 11 

P 29 June 30 

P30Dec. 80 
P 13 Dec. 27 
P20 Mar. 29 
P 16 July 30 
15 Not. 27 

3 Aug. 30 

6 Jan. 32 
17 Aug. 32 

P88Dec. 32 

7 Mar. 34 
P87 Nov. 36 
P 82 Jan. 36 
P 27 Feb. 30 

P 18 Mar. 36 
P 3 June 36 
P 19 Oct 38 
P23NOV. 38 

30 Oct 38 
P29Mar. SO 

21 June 39 



LIEUT. 



P 1 April 13 
16 Mar. 14 

2 June 25 
P 14 Aug. 27 
Pdl Aug. 26 
16 Mar. 30 
P 25 Jan. 31 
P 12 April 31 

5 Aug. 13 
P 30 Aug. 33 

P 16 July 30 
PlOSept 30 
P 13 April 32 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P 5 April 33 
P22Jan. 36 
P87 Feb. 36 
P 3 June 36 
P 19 Oct 38 
P 83 Nov. 38 
P88 Dec. 38 
4 Jan. 39 
81 June 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



88 June 38 
88 June 38 



I at I 



«r n 



23 June 25 
3 Nov. 85 
P87 Dec. 27 
P83 Aug. 31 
Pll Dec. 28 
P 19 Oct 38 
P 23 Nov, 38 
P 28 Dec. 38 

21 June 39 
PlS^ug. 38 

4 M^Jer R«M i 
of BoarboQ and ( 
la ISIOi Mrvt4 
IBIS aad M Id 
Uod, inctiadtaf 
U eraeoi, tad iIm aManU o* 
op-ZiMMBi MffvaS at 
the 16th,17lh Md ISlk 1 
wTcrelj wowMUd. 

5 M^Jor W 
eaapalfw of ItU «id l« to 
■laoy tfld HoUmi^ 
•ttaeks OB Menn^ an 
on Bctt«i-«p-Sooai i 
WalOTloo m tba Itch. IJfh 
Juat, aad waa wrarvly 

6 M^or WhanarU 
eaaipalfaa of 1SI3 aad 14 la 
maay aad 



0«r- 



Aatwcipt aad Hnt attaek ca 

7 Cape Sbuckbaifh aarvad la 
1811 to tba and of tha war. ladadl^ Ite kanla af VH. 
toria I blockade of Paaprtvaa i tettlea of ttM fyva* 
aaca, mta. Mth. tBtfi, aad SOCh hOj i acHoaa of Iraa 
SIM Ant . Vara HalgMa i taMaa af Nlwlla. 
aad Toulonaa, baaldca varloaa 
tkifiabbaa. 



10 Jan. 40 
Payifuuf€r.— Patrick M'Gratb, 4 Oct 31 ; Ens. 7 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. 14 Jan. IS. 
A4futant.—J€im Williamson {Lieut.) 12 Mar. 31. 
Quarter'Master.''4M Henry Oldershaw, 3 Aug. 38; Ent. 10 June, 18 ; Lieut. 

3 Feb. 14. 
^ttr^em.— John Hall, 8 Nov.87 ; A stitt.'Surg.l2 Sept22; Hotp.-Auist. 24 Junel6. 
^syiff.-5vr^.— Denis Joeeph Magnith,M.D. 29 June,30; Hoep.^*iiit. I Feb. 87. 
J. M. C. M'Donald, 11 Jan. 33. 
Faeingt Red — Affent^ Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, Borough, Armit & Co. 

I Mr Chartca Wale wrred ia tbe eanpalfa of 1799 la Rollaad. aad was invaeai at Iha hattlei of the lOtb aad ISCb SafCaad 
tad aad Ml Oct. Be haa reedrcd a medal fbr Gnadalonpe. where he was wonaded ia itonniac the heifhta of Hataiihaw S Pciw IS- 

t CoL Kaifhl was at th« caycvre of Boitfboo aad the Isle of Praaer la 1»10 1 arrred the eanpalfn of 1SI4 la Hollaad, la- 
ciadlBC the opermliMis hcfhrc Antwerp i serrH at Waterloo on the lOth. 17th aad 18th Jone. and rceehrtd a sevwrv mmm^m | 
wecn di d ta fte wawa a ad of the Svd rcfffaaeat dnriar the artloa «a the ISih Joae, aad aaiched ft aal af the SaM. 

S im«r Rarty was at Iha aaptare of Bonihoa aad the Isle af Praaee to ISIO ; served the caspolfM of ISIS aaS 14 
mmf and Hallaad, iadndtaf hoCb attacks «a McixaH, aad the assanll an Baff«o-o».Soa« i aervaS at Wi 
ITlh aad IS* jMa, aad waasUihtfy 

184 



oCiiioOf 1880. J 



34M (or the Cumberland) Begi. of Foot. 



fflmtof If 
I. Oumu. 



" ALBUHERA'»—« VITTOHIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " NIVE"— 

« ORTHES"— " PENINSULA." 



Yeart'Senr. 



59 



PuU 
Pay. 



19 

17 
21 



83 

16 

11 

11 

9 

19 

8 

8 

7 

30 

12 
8 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 

13 
4 
4 

24 

7 

4 



Half 
Pay. 













6A 




1 



























1 






Colonel, 
9 Sir Th<M. Makdongall Brisbanei* Bart, 6.C.B. and O.C.H. Ens, 10 Jan. 1782; 
Ueui. 30 July, 91; Capt, 12 April, 93; Afq^, 6 Aug. 95; Lieut, -Col, 4 
April, 1800; Col 25 July, 10 ;M: qfor.-Oen. 4 June, 13; Lieui,-Gen, 27 May, 
25; Co;. 34th Regt. 16 Dec. 28. 

Lieui'Colonel, 
Rich. Airey, JBng. 15 March 21 ; Lieut. p4 Dec. 28 ; Capt, »22 Oct. 25; Mqjor, 
P9 May, 34; Lieut. -Col, PlO Feb. 38. 

Majart, 
George Rnxton, Ens, P7 Nov. 22; Lieut, 24 Jan. 25; O^^ p4 March, 26; 

Jlf(q[;'<>r,P4 Aug. 37. 
Henry Deedes, Ens, p23 Dec. 19 ; JAeut, 2 Oct. 23; CV^^. P19 Nov. 25; M^jar^ 
P2d Feb. 38. 



Captains. 
Chas. Baillie Brisbane , 
Edward Broderick 

James John Best 

R. Willoughby Byron . 

Philip Hamond 

Nicholas R. Brown . . . 
Joseph Hen. Mathews' . 

John Style Norris 

Eustace Heathcote 

Robert Bradfute 

Lieutenants. 
Fred. Philip Glubb ... 

Charles F. Hervey 

William E. James 

Hen. John Hutton 

Rich. D. Kelly 

Arth. Cyril Goodenough 

Thomas Bourke 

Frederick H. Lang 

Folliott Duff 

John Simpson 

Chas. Alfred Schreiber 



BNBIQN. I LIEUT. | CAPTAIN. 



BBBV.-MAJ. 



21 Mar. 16 
11 Mar. 24 

6 Feb. 29 
P27 Aug. 29 
P 9 Dec. 31 

22 Mar. 21 
P 4 Mar. 26 
Pll May 32 
p;il May 33 

9 Nov. 09 

2 Oct. 28 

2 Nov. 32 

2 Aug. 33 

P24Dec. 33 

7 Mar. 34 
P 8 April 34 
P 9 May 34 

11 July34 
PdO Dec. 34 
PIS Mar. 35 



P25 Nov. 36 



PIO April 35 

Edw. P. A. Talbot |p80 July 36 

John Gwilt P«ft Nnv. 

Ensigns. 

Bonfoy Hooper 

Alex. C. Robertson 

Fra. Chas. Harvey .... 
Wm. Bailey Money . . 
H. Radford Norman . . 

J. Fryon StiU 

Hen. Beckett Bertles. . 
Joshua Hen. Kirby 



20 May 19 
P 7 Nov. 26 
P29 June 30 
2 Aug. 33 
P24 Dec. 33 
2 June 25 
P21 Feb. 34 
P28 Mar. 34 
P13 Mar. 35 
P 20 Feb. 12 

PIO May 33 
PdO Dec. 34 
PIO April 36 
P18 Sept. 35 
PdO July 36 
P25 Nov. 36 
2 May 37 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P29 Sept. 37 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P2dFeb. 38 
P 1 June 38 
P 10 Aug. 38 



P26 May 37 
P15Sept.37 
P29Sept.37 
P 3 Nov. 87 
P23Feb. 38 
11 May 38 
P 1 June 38 
PIO Aug. 38 



P 9 June 25 
P 9 May 34 
P 10 April 35 
P18 Sept. 35 
P 30 July 36 
2 May 37 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P22 Sept. 37 
P23Feb. 38 
27 Mar. 28 



28 June 38 



Paymaster. — Chas. Boyse Roche, 30 Nov. 38 ; Ens. 18 Jan. 28 ; Lieut, 21 June, 32. 
At^utant.—Bdwturd Plantagenet Airey Talbot, (Lieut,) 20 Sept. 39. 
Quarter-Master. — Jones Duke, 10 Jan. 37. 
5tir^ixm.— William Bain, M.D. 29 Dec. 37 ; Assist,'Surg, 30 June, 25; Hosp,- 

Assist, 24 June, 15. 
As8ist,*8urg, — ^Alexander Smith, 16 Nov. 33. 
James Gordon, 13 Jan. 37. 

Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co, 



1 Sir Thomas Briibane Joined the Diike of York's army fn the beginning of the war, and was present in 
every action except that of the 32nd If ay 08» when he was confined from a wound received In the action 
of the 18th of the mme month. He was subseqoentlr present at the taking of various islands, forts, fcc. in 
the Weei IimUbb. Sir Thomas has received a eroM and one eUsp for Vlttoria, Pyrenees, Kivell^ Orthes, and 
ToolMse^ where he was wounded. 
186 



Smb. for For.l 
Scnice, 1837.J 



S5th (or Royal Sussex) Regitnent of Foot. 



rSenrtef atlhi 
L MMiritim. 



« MAIDA .» 



YewrServ. 



63 



Pull 
P.y. 



21 

31 

14 



31 
17 
IS 
13 
16 

9 
12 
14 
28 

9 

19 

16 

14 

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11 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 

4 

4 

4 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
10 

4 
12 



Half 
Pay. 



1 



4ft 










1 
































Colonel. 
9 ^ir John Oswald/ O.C.B. & G.C.M.O. Second Lieut. 1 Feb. 1788; Lieut. S9 
Jan. 89 ; Capt. 24:Jan. 91 ; Mo^Wy 1 Sept 96 ; L\Mi.-Col. SO Mar. 97 ; CoL 
30 Oct. 1806 ; Mqjor-Qen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut, -Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Col. d6th Regt. 9 Oct 19. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Edward Kent S. Butler, JStu. 27 Aug. 18 ; Lieut. 7 April, 26 ; Capt. p 8 April, 
26; Mqjor, P29 March, 33; Lieut.-Col. p 17 June, 36. 

Mqfors. 
Aralander Tennant,* Ens. p20 Oct 08; Lieut. 10 June, 13 iiCapt. p 10 June, 26; 

Mqjor y^l Aug. 34. 
Benjamin F. Dalton Wilson, Em. P27 Aug. 26; Lieut. PlO June, 96; Capt. 
P 20 April, 32 ; MqjOTy P 17 June, 36. 



Captaiks. 

Bdward Goate 

John Rowley Heyland . . 

John Gordon 

J. H. Oakea Moore . . . . 
John Oliver Munton . . . . 

James Fraser 

Edward H. Hutchinson. . 

James Tedlie 

Heniy Cooper' 

Charles Spanish 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

George Camie 

William Ward 

Theopfailus Faris 

Geoige Bayly 

Thomas J. G. Chatterton 

Frederick English 

Oliver Nicolls Chatterton 
Thomas Goldie Harding . 
Geo. Granville Baker. . . . 

Fred. Hugh Henry 

Wm. Hutchinson Carrot 

Henry Wheatstone . . . . 

Jas. Farquhar Gordon . . 

Ensigns. 

J. Talbot Crosbie 

Rob. OthoTravers 

Thomas Teulon 

John A. Ewart 

James Moore 

Wm. lliomas Harris . . . . 
Geo. Cholmondeley Lees 
Robert Henry Price .... 
Paymaster. 



BNSION. 



9 May 06 

8 Jan. 24 

P14 June27 

26 Oct 27 

30 June 26 

P 6 April 31 

P20Mar. 27 

p 19 May 26 

3 Oct 06 

P26 Apr. 31 

26 July 21 

18 Aug. 26 
P 8 Apr. 26 

10 Feb. 26 
P26 Aug. 29 
P22 Mar. 33 
P26July 33 
P31 July 34 
P 1 Aug. 34 
P20 Mar. 36 
P24July 36 

17 June 36 
P 6 Aug. 36 



LI BUT. 



8 Jan. 
P 7 Jan. 
P 6 Apr. 
P26 Apr. 
17 Aug. 
P 1 Aug. 



07 
26 
31 
31 
32 
34 



PlO Sept 29 

P 6 June 27 

18 June 07 

P20 Mar. 36 

40ct 27 

1 May 28 

P26 Aug. 29 

17 Apr. 30 

P31 Dec. 33 

P 17 June 36 

P 6 Aug. 36 

P26 Aug. 36 

23 July 38 

7 Aug. 38 

P 27 Sept 39 

11 Oct 39 1 

P 31 Dec. 39, 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



27 June 11 
P 12 Apr. 31 
P 6 Apr. 33 
P31 Dec. S3 
P20 Mar. 36 
P17 June 36 
P 8 June 38 
23 July 38 
26 Mar. 13 
P 31 Dec. 30 



22 July 90 



10 Jan. 87 



P26 Aug. 36 
P16Sept37 
P 29 Dec. 37 

27 July 38 

28 Aug. 38 
P27 Sept 39 
P 9 Nov. 39 
PSl Dec. 39 

Gust Ham. Holmes, 24 Feb. 37; Ens. 11 June, 30; Lieui. 
2 Aug. 33. 
il4/ti^aii/.— Hen. Wheatstone, {lAeut.) 6 Aug. 36. 
Quarter^Master. — 9 John Connon,* 11 Sept. 28. 

5tiyyttm.— Robert Sillery, M.D. 4 Jan. 39; Assist. -Surg. 18 April, 22 ; Hosp.- 
Assist. 24 May, 16. 
4 Assistant-Surgeons. — Arch. Gordon, M.D. 28 June, 36. 
1 Wm. Augustus Heise, M.D. 18 Oct 39. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox ic Co. 

1 Sir Joba OtwaM was at the captura of Maitlnlqaa, St. Lucia, and QiiaiUloii|M. He was atvaialy 
wooadad la Holland, IB Sept 1790, and has ncelTed a medal and two daq^ for Malda, Vttloria, aad 8C 
Sebaattan. 

9 M^lor Tenaaat lerved at the tlcge of Fluahlair to 1800. 

M^r Cooper ienred at Waleheren tn 1800^ and •ubeequentljr In the Aroerleaa War. 

4 Qoarter-MasUr Conoon lerrcd In the Penlnsnla from Jan. 1810 to the end of the war, larlndhifr tW 
batUee of Buiaco and Pnentet D'Onor \ lieica of Ciiidad Rodrlfo and Badi^oa; batllca of fliliinanr^ VH- 
toria, Py re neai^ aad OrtlMa. 

180 



Enb. for Forelgnl 
8er?ioe, 1690. J 



Seth (or Her^brdshire) Regt. of Foot 



[Senrinf in 
New Bninfwick. 



02 



Full 



33 



10 
5 

14 
6 



Hal/ 
P.,. 



" Finn."—" HIND008TAN "— " ROLEIA *'— « VIMIERA "— " CORUNN A " — " SALA- 
MANCA"—" PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " NIVE"— " ORTHES"— 

" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 

Ivean'Serv.) 

ColoneL 
Sir Roger H. Sfaeaffe, Bart, Em, 1 May, 1778; lAeui, 27 Dec. 80; Capt, 6 
May, 05 ; Mqjory 13 Dec 97 ; lAeut.-Col, 22 March, 98 ; Col 25 April 1808 ; 
Mqjar-Oen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut.Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Col. 36 Regt. 21 Dec. 39. 

Lieui.'Colonel. 
9 Arch. M. MazweU,* K.H. 2nd Lieut. Boy. ArtiL 1 July, 01 ; Lieut. 17 May,Od ; 
Capt. 1 Feb. 08; Brevet-Mtffor, 27 May, 26; Begtl-Hqjor, 12 Dec. 26; 
lAeui.-Col. P 25 Nov. 28. MqjarM. 

9 Geo. Caimes,' Ent. 16 Dec. 08 ; Lieut. 2 Jan. IS; Capt. p 4 Not. 24 ; Mqjor^ 

P 4 Dec. 32. 
9 Thomas L'Estrange,* Ent. 9 Oct. 06 ; Lieut. 29 Feb. 08 ; Capt. 8 April, 26 ; 
Brevet'Mqjor, 28 June, 38; Begtl.-Mqjor, 14 Nov. 38. 



6H 



32 





84 





88 
34 
14 
14 


1 




14 





13 





33 
16 


8ft 



14 
10 


•^ 


16 





13 
10 


2* 




13 





10 





10 





8 





8 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





20 


16ft 



Captains. 

9 John De Lacy^ 

Charles Ashmore 

Charles TroUope 

Edward R. King 

Andrew Nugent. ...... 

John Henry Reeve 

Jas. Murray Home' . . . 

John Hiem 

Henry Lecky 

Robert Ross , . 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Alex. Connor 

William Curteis 

John Pratt 

Lorenzo Rothe 

John Fleury 

Wm. Mauleverer 

Chas. A. Goodman 

Alex. Tfaislethwayte . . . 

Arthur Kinloch 

N. Hynes 

James Nugent 

Alfred Jas. Bourdillon . 
Patrick L. M<Dougall . 
Ensigns. 

E. W. Jennings 

Edw. Chas. Butler . . . 
Wm. Ward Abbott ... 

C. Wilson Carden 

Robt H. Carew 

R. Caimes Bruce 

Hen. W. Palmer 

Edw. Warwick Harvey . . 



BN8ION. 



30 May 09 

26 Dec. 13 

P 19 Nov. 26 

16 Feb. 26 

P 7 Sept. 26 

P 18 Oct 27 

24 Feb. 14 
8 April 26 

25 July 06 
13 June 30 

18 Dec. 24 
P 6 Nov. 26 
P 8 June 30 
P 6 Mar. 28 
P 16 July 30 
P 31 Aug. SO 
2 Nov. 32 
P 23 Nov. 32 

24 July 35 

22 Oct 36 
P16 AprU36 
P 6 May 36 

13 Feb. 36 

P 13 May 36 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P 24 Mar. 37 
P 20 Oct 37 
P 28 Nov. 37 
P30Mar. 38 
11 Jan. 39 



LIEUT. 



16 June 11 

13 April 20 
P 10 Oct 26 

31 July 28 
P 16 July 30 
P31 Aug. 30 

12 Dec. 16 
P 21 Feb. 28 

19 Oct 08 
P 11 July 34 

P 7 Dec. 26 

P 20 Mar. 27 

8 June 36 

P 21 Aug. 36 

P 6 May 36 

P 13 Jan. 37 

24 Feb. 37 

P 24 Mar. 37 

P 28 Nov. 37 

29 Nov. 37 

11 Jan. 39 

31 May 30 

PllMay 39 



CAPTAIN. 



13 Feb. 27 
P 19 Aug. 28 
P23 Aug. 31 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 11 July 34 
P 6 May 36 
11 Jan. 39 
31 May 39 
P23May 16 
Pl4Sept38 



BREV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



4 Oiptain De Lscj lerred in 
the Peninsula tram Aug. 1809 
to the end of the war, including 
the battle of Boneo ; Albuhera ; 
siMM of Ciudad Rodrigo^ Ju. 
and Feb. 1812 ; Bad^oi, 6 April, 
12 ; battles of Salamanca, Vit- 
toria, Pyrenees, 28 Julj, to 
2 Aug. 1818, Mivelle, Orthee, 
and ToulouM, 10 April, 14. 
Received a gun-shot wound in 
the right arm at Victoria. Haa 
served seven years in the West 
Indies iince the peace. 

5 Captain Home served the 
campaign of 1814 in Upper Ca- 











21 June 39 
Paymaster. — Humphrey Hen. Carmichael, 24 Feb. 14 ; J^tu . 24 Sept. 03 ; Lieut. 

27 Nov. 06; Capt. 31 Dec. 12. 
Adjjtaant.—^olm Pratt (Lieut.) 21 June, 39. 
Quarter-Master.— WlMiam Stuart, 10 July, 36. 
Surgeon.— Wm. Lloyd, M.D. 18 Sept. 35; Assist.-Surg. 9 Nov. 14. 
Assist.-Surg.—Jn. SheUs, M.D. 29 July, 30 ; Hotp.-Atsist. 25 Jan. 27. 
Charles Scott, M.D. 7 Nov. 34. 



Facings Qraas Green. — Agent, Price & Son. — Irish Agent, Messrs. Borough, Armlt k Co. 

I Colonel Maxwell served the campaign in CalalMla, and commanded the artillery that besieged Seylla 
Castle. Served subsequently on the Eastern ceast of Spain ; embarked with Lord William Bentinck from 
Tarragona, alter having assisted at two sieges of that fortress ; took part in tlie Italian campaign, and was 
Brigade-Ma)or to the artillery at the capture of Genoa. 

8 If i^or Caimes served at the siege of Flashing in 1809, and at dlflhrent periods Id the Peniniula. 

8 Mijor L'Estrange served at Walcheren in 1809 ; and in the Peninsula from Oct. 1812 to the end of the 
war, including the battles of the Pyrenees, NiveUe, (wounded in the head), Nive, and Toulouse (severely 
wounded, loet a flnger off the right hand.) 
187 



*S;It^3Sf ] 37tt (or Ntvth Hampihire) Begt. of Foot. 

« MINDEN"— « TOUBNAY"— « PENINSULA." 



NorsScoUt. 



Ywirt* Senr. 



47 



Full 



42 



31 



15 



Half 
Pay. 



2ft 



36 





31 


^ 


14 





14 





14 





13 





26 





9 





10 





8 





13 





18 


lift 


10 





8 





7 





6 





5 





6 





6 





4 





10 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





31 





5 





3 





16 





12 
3 







ColoneL 
Hon, Sir Alexander Duff,* G.C.H. Em, 23 May, 1703; Lieut, 16 Jbd. 04; 

Capt, 16 JaD. 94; Major, 28 Mar. 94; Lieut.-Col. 14 April, 98; Co/. 26 

April, 1808; Mqfor-Gen, 4 Jane, 11; Lieut.-Gm, 19 July, 21; CM. 37th 

Regt. 20 July, 31. Lieut.^CohneL 

Wm. Smelt,* C.B. Comet, 16 Maich, 98; Lieut, Pll Dec. 99; Copt, dl 

March, 05; ilf(q[;.28Jan.08; £r«r.-Xt«uf.-Co/.4June,I4; Begtl,- Lieut, 'Coi. 

24 Nov. 14 ; Col. 22 July, 30. Mqfars. 

9 Henry Herbert Manners,' K.H. 2nd Lieut, 23 April, 07 ; Lieut, 1 Feb. 09; 

Capt, 9 Sept 19 ; Afq^ar, p 25 Dec. 25 ; Brevet- Lieut, *Col, 28 June, 38. 
Joseph BradBhaw, Ent, p 12 May, 25 ; Lieut, p 12 Dec. 26 ; Capt, p 2 Dec 31 ; 

Major f P9 Dec. 36. 



t 



CAPTAIN8. 

Henry Owen Wood * , , 
Ca John Thoreaa * .. 

Francis Skelly 

WUUam Elliott 

Geo. Briscoe Whalley . . 

Gilbert Wm. Franklyn . . 

John Harvey 

J. R. Sheppard WiUon . . 

WUliamClay 

Patrick Fran. Durham . . 

LlBUTBNAlTTa. 

Tbos. £dm. Le Blanc. . . . 
9 Wm. Thorn. Scrvantes 

Francis A. Cook 

Hen. Edw. Mannere .... 

James GriioMMi 

Stanhope R. M. Byrne . . 

Wm. Glynne Griffith 

Chaa. Ang^. Parkinson . . 



BNSTON. 



6 July 04 

26 Oct. 04 
P 6 July 26 
P 19 Sept. 26 
P 12 Dec. 26 
P 30 April 27 

14 April 14 

P 19 April 31 

8 June 30 

P21 Sept. 32 

10 May 27 

27 June 11 
31 Aug. 30 

P29June32 
P 16 Mar. 33 
P 10 Oct. 34 
P 27 Feb. 36 
P 10 July 35 
P 11 July 35 



John Owen Lewis 

ElioUTho. Seward |p 9 Dec. 36 

P 1 1 June 30 

P 12 May 37 

26 May 37 



LIEUT. 



Sam. Baker Hayes. , 
Cha. Fra. Sham. . . . 
Wm. Hamilton . . . . 

Ey»tQV8, 
E. D. Atkinson . . . . 
W. G. M. Clibbom 
A. M. Alex. Bowen 
Hen. John Curteis 
H. Rnssell Manners 
George Lawrence . . 
Multon Lambard . . 



P 6 Oct. 37 
17 Nov. 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 6April38 
28 Aug. 38 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P21 June 39 



25 Dec. 04 

28 May 07 
18 Sept. 28 

P 31 Jan. 28 
P 12 Jan. 30 
23 Nov. 30 
10 April 25 
P 10 Oct 34 
P 21 Sept 32 
P 10 July 35 

P 2 Dec. 31 

29 Dec. 14 
P 2 May 34 

9 July 35 
P 9 Dec 36 
P 6 Oct 37 
P 17 Nov. 37 
p 6April38 

9 July 38 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P 13 Feb. 35 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 21 June 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 
10 Jan. 37 



22 July 13 
19 July 15 
P21 Sept 32 
P 13 Dec. 33 
P 9 July 35 
P 9 Dec 30 
9 Oct 37 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P 1 Mar. 39 



M ^)or Tboffan mmi tbe 
campaign of 1800 In Hanover, 
and In tho Penintoln from An;. 
1808 to tbe and of tbe war. 
including Ibo iMttlci of Roleiat 
Viaiiera, Bumeo ; atteck of 
Fort Chrifttoral (wounded) ; 
liege of Badnjos ; elege and 
eaptuK of Ctttdad RodHgo ; 
battle of Salamaaea; cmptrrv 
of Madrid { battle* ot Vlttorie, 
tbe Pyreneet, (wounded near 
Pampaluna\ Ortbee, and Too- 
louM. Senred at New Orkui, 
and aft Watarioo. 



Tho. Molyneux Keogh . 

Pajfmaster.^Jlf James Halfhide, 29 June, 09. 

A^jutant,-^, O Lewis (Lieut,) 24 May, 39. 

QuarteT'Master, — ^Richard Hamilton, 2 Nov. 37. 

Surgeon, — ^Alex. Browne, M.D. 22 Nov. 30 ; Asiist.'Surg, 3 Aug. 26 ; ffosp,- 

Asriet, 16 Jane, 25. 
Auiit.'Surgt,— John Wardrop Moore, 29 July, 30 ; Jffosp.-Astitt, 8 May, S8. 

Charlea Arnold Logie, 12 Jan. 38. 

Faeingt Yellow. — Agent, Mr. Lawrie. — Irith Agent, Messr*. Cane k Co. 

1 Sir Alflc Duff wrrcd In Flaaden ; aeoorapanled tbe espediiion from the East Indies to Efjpt, wberr be 
Mired vntU tbe peaee of 1809. Sir Alex, commanded tbe centre column in the attack apon Buenoe Ajrt%. 

8 CoL Smell served In the American war, including tbe taking of Platteburgh ; etmv and eapinre of 
Oewego; action aft Lundy'i Laoa» and etormtng of Fort Brie ISth Aug. 14» wbiere hr was aevttnly aMl 
daageroualT wounded. Piwenft at the capture of Rangoon, and other aotlont in Ava. 

9 Ool. Mannan lervedat OUdoa, Roleia, and Vlmlcim (wounded). Coranoa campaign. Blm of Flwb* 
Ing (wounded). Campalgoe of 1811 and 18 in the Prainiiila, including the siege of Ciadad Bodngo^ 
•ft Blbodon, eiage of Bad^i, besldee various fkirmisbes. SU^ftly wounded aft the flege of 
very aeveMy on the night of the aesnnlt. 

4 Mi^or Wood tenred the campaign of 1814 la the PnUuala, ladmUng tha taretftawnft of 
188 



38/A (or the \st Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot. 



" MOXTB VlJ>10'»— " ROLBIA"— " VlMIURA"— "COHUMHA"— BuSAro"— " BaDAJOZ"-" SALAMANCA"— 
VlTTOBIA"—** St. SailASTIAll"^** NlVB •— '• P*HIlf»ULA"-~" AVA." 



Tesn* Serr. 



72 



PttU 



40 

90 
17 



25 
87 
27 
16 
22 
13 
17 
24 
9 
15 

19 

15 

14 

15 

14 

12 

9 

8 

6 

6 

8 

6 

3 

3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
14 
19 
9 



HiUf 
Pay. 



1« 


1ft 










7 


























ft 



17« 



Colonel. 
Sir Uenry Pigot,» O.C.M.G. Comet, 23 Jan. 1709; Lieut. 24 Sept. 72; Capt. 

16 Mar. 75; Mq^or, 4 April, 81 ; Lieut.-Col. 6 May, 83; Col. 20 Dec. 93; 

Major-Oen. 26 Feb. 95; Xieie^.-G^n. 29 April, 1802; Gen. 1 An. 12; Col. 

88th Regiment, 5 Dec. 36. Lieut. -Colonel. 
Hugh Pfper,' Em. p 29 Mar. 99 ; Lieut. 13 Nov. 06 ; Capt. P 13 June, 11 ; Mqjor, 

10 June, 28 ; Lveut.-Col. 28 May, 31. 

Mqjore. 
9 George Young,* Em. 1 Nov. 10 ; Lieut. 24 Noy. 12 ; Capt. 10 Feb. 25; Jlf(({^, 

27 April, 34. 
John Campbell,* Em. 25 Nov. 21 ; Lieut. 1 July, 24 ; Capt. p 1 1 July, 26 ; Jlf^/or, 

P29 Dec. 37. 



Captains. 

James Pattoun Sparks . . 

{Robert Matthew^ .... 
Alexander Campbell^ 

J. Jackson Lovth^ 

Robert Can- 

Henry Knight Storks. . . . 
W. LitUejohn O'Halloran* 
9 Robert Woodhoose^ 
Jos. Samuel Adamson 
Charles Irrine 

LiBUTBNAlfTS. 

Frederick Tudor »<» 

Edward Evans 

John James Qrant. . . . 
Thomas Southall ^' .... 
John Oage Lecky .... 
Wm. Oamuel Edwards 

John W. S. Smith 

Daniell O'Connell 

John Robert Stawell . . 
Thomas Anderson .... 

Cockayne Frith 

Wm. Donald Piper . . 
Robert Charles Sinclair 
Ensigns. 

John Piper 

Charles J. Prichard . . 

John R. Jackson 

Charles R. Maxwell . . 
Wm. James Loftus. . . . 
Henry Roe Evans .... 

R. Scott 

James Jarvis 



BNSIGN. 



27 July 15 

26 Sept. 13 

17 Dec. 13 

3 July 24 

P 9 April 18 

P 10 Jan. 28 

11 Jan. 24 

17 Aug. 09 

P 15 Mar. 31 

9 April 25 

26 Nov. 21 

24 Mar. 25 

9 Mar. 26 

2 Dec. 25 
P 22 April 26 

14 Feb. 28 

3 Feb. 32 
P 4 May 32 
P 25 May 32 

16 May 34 

22 Aug. 37 

21 Nov. 34 

P 23 Aug. 37 

P 10 Nov. 37 
P 9 Jan. 38 

11 May 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 9 Nov. 38 
P 4 May 39 

31 May 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



30 July 18 
26 Nov. 21 
26 Nov. 21 
11 Sept. 25 
29 Dec. 23 

P 2 Mar. 32 

20 July 26 

5 June 12 

P 27 Sept. 33 

P 17 May 27 

18 Sept. 24 

5 Jan. 27 

P 12 Feb. 28 

25 Sept. 28 
P 26 Mar. 29 
P 12 July 31 
4 Aug. 37 
P 22 Aug. 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 4 May 39 

31 May 39 
p 20 Sept. 39 B«,^„. 

10 Lieut. Tudor nerred throughout the Bur- 
mew war. 

11 Ueut. Southall nerred io the Burmeie 
war from Mo?. 1685. 



5 Sept. 26 
5 Jan. 27 

25 Sept. 28 
P 23 Mar. 32 

II Dec. 31 
P 30 Oct. 35 
P 29 Dec. 37 

21 April 33 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 4 May 39 



Capt. Camphell eenred the 
campaign of 1814, in the South 
of Prance, Including tiie invest- 
ment of Bayonne. Served 
tbrouKhout the Burmeie war. 

7 Captain Louth eenred 
throuffhout the Burmese war. 

8 Capt. (yiieUoran served 
at the siege and storming of 
Bburtpore. 

B Capt. Woodhouee served 
in the Peninsahi from Jaaiiarjr, 
1800, to Dec. 1811, including 
the battles of Talavera, Busaco, 
Puentes d*0nor, and siege of 



_ P 20 Sept. 39 

PoymiM^er.— Wm. F. Vernon, 9 July, 30; Ens. 1 June, 20; Lieut. 6 July, 27. 

^<(?Wiin*.— Frederick Tudor {Lieut?) 17 Nov. 37. 

Quarter-MoMter.-^eoT^e Green Watkinn, 7 Oct. 36; En$. 25 Dec. 13; Lieut. 

23 July, 18. 
5«r^«m..— Hugh Lindsay Stuart, 17 Sept. 39; Astixt.- Surgeon, 15 Dec. 25 ; 
Hosp.-Assigt 28 Dec. 20. 
14 Asri8tant'Swrge(m.^ThoB. Foss, 18 Jan. 27 ; Hospital-Assift. 15 June, 26. 
Facingi Yeliow.^Agent, Mr. Lawrie.— JrwA Agent, Borough, Armit, 8c Co. 

[Retumedfrom Bengal, May, 1836.] 

1 Sir Meniy Pljsot accompanied the brigade of Guards to Holland in 17M, and was prcteiit at the siege of 
▼alendennce, the aotion of Unoelles, and aU the other engagements in which the brii^ade was engaged in 
the campaigns of 170S and 94. 

9 Colonel Piper served in the American war, including the capture of Moore island ; also throughout the 

5 M^or Young served at the battle of Puentes d'Onor; siege of Badi^oi ; attack of the Ports at, and 
battle of, Salamanca; captuie of Madrid; siege of Burgos; twice engaged, and.onci> wounded, on the retreat 
from Bnrgoe; operatione in front, inveitment of. and sortie from Bayonue. Served in the BunpcM war. 

4 Malor Campbell served throughout the Burmese war. 

6 Captain Matthew served at Bad^}os, Salamanca, and Bayonne; at Graham's Town, when attacked by 
OsAes, in 1810; and throughout the Burmese war. 

189 M 



^iS,^*r] 39^* (^ ^^ Donetshire) Regiment of FooU [*S5*i»*dfeIr 

" PHmia in Indus,**—** Plasskt'*— ** Gxbraltah"— with the CtutU and Kejf, **Montit Intignia Cdtp^' 

—** ALBUHBSA"— " VlTTORlA"— »• PTRBUBM"— " N lVBLLK"--* «KiV«"— ** OrTKBB"— " PRVIVBULA." 

Colonel. 
9 Hon, Sir Robert Wm. O'Callai^n/ G.C.B. Ens, 29 Nov. 1794 ; Lkut, Dec 

94: Capf. 31Jan. 95; Z/ieu<.-CoM6 July, 1803; CW. 1 Jan. 12; Megar-Gtfu 

4 June, 14; Lieut.-Gen. 22 July, 30; Co2. 30th Regiment, 4 March, 33. 
Lieut,'Colonels.—mi Joseph V^akefleld, Cornet, P 20 May, 14; Lieut. 20 Aug 

15; C/f/>«. P 29 July, 19; Afqfor, 27 May, 34; Lieut. ^Col p 10 March, 97. 
Thomas Wright,^ fru. 18 Dec. 12 ; Lieut. 22 April, 14; Capt. p 14 July, 26; 

Mqjor, P 10 March, 37.; Lieut.-Col. 24 Apr. 39. • 

^/|;&r«.— Horatio Walpole, JEns. ic Lieut. 8 May, 17 ; Capt. P 13 Jan. 25; Mt^f 

P 17 Nov. 37. 
9 Donald Urquhart,* Ens. 25 Mar. 01 ; Lieut. 17 Sept. 03; Capt. 21 May 08 ; 

Brev.'Mqj. 27 May > 25 ; Brev. Lieut.- Col. 28 June, 38 ; Begt.-Mqj. 24 Apr. 89. 



Year*' ^nr. 


Mi 


Full 


Hall 


P.y. 


Pay. 


26 


A 


28 


A 


22 


1ft 


30 


»ft 


27 





29 


»ft 


17 


10ft 


15 





12 





14 





27 


ft 


9 





17 





13 





13 





11 





8 





8 





13 





8 





10 





6 





6 





5 





10 





5 





4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





9 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





34 





6 





4 





24 


^ 


6 





5 






Captains. 

9 John Fltz Gerald' 

Wm. Borau Bernard* .... 

Qeorge Slceman 

Joseph Long Innes 

Chas. T. Van Stianbcnzee 
William Wood 
John Blackall 
MarmadukeQeo. Nixon. . 
Henry Francis Stokes^ . . 
Frederick Dunbar 

LiKUTBNANTS. 

Henry T. Griffiths 

Bernard Gra. Layard. . . . 
Roliert Newport Tinley. . 
Robert Dean Weige .... 

Charles Campbell 

Henry A. Strachan .... 

Arthur Herbert 

JEneBB Wm. Fraser .... 

William Munro 

H. Waprct Davenport. . ., 

James S. Atkinson 

Wm. Clarges Wolfe .... 

Edward Croker 

J. Fitz Roy Dalrymple . . 

Humphrey Gray 

F. Hawtry Cox 

Wordsworth Smith .... 

Adam Hackett . • 

William Hardinge 

Charles J. Walker 

Tho. Sargent Little .... 
Chas. Tho. Hamilton ... 

Ensigns. 
Owen Wynne Gray • . . 
R. Hamilton Currie . . . 

James C. Harvey 

Wm. Newport Tlnley . . 

Patrick Flynn 

Hugh Geo. Colville .... 
Edward Hardinge 



BNSION. 



6 Oct. 13 
12 April 08 
12 May 13 

8 April 25 
P 28 Aug. 28 
P 13 April 26 

14 Oct. 12 
5 April 31 

24 July 23 
10 May 27 

19 April 27 

P 13 Aug. 29 

4 April 32 

3 April 32 

P 9 Aug. 27 

21 Sept. 32 
P 18 Jan. 31 
P 6 June 34 
P 20 June 34 
P 30 May 35 

30 Sept. 30 
P 30 Oct. 35 
P 4 Mar. 30 
P 2 Dec. 36 

25 Mar. 36 
P 26 Feb. 36 

21 Oct. 36 
P 10 Feb. 37 
P 10 Mar. 37 

7 April 37 

9 Dec. 37 
P17 Feb. 38 

9 Not. 38 

P 28 Dec. 38 

25 Jan. 39 

P 15 Nov. 39 

9 Jan. 40 

10 Jan. 40 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. IBRBV.-MAJ. 



27 May 34 

30 Dec. 28 

17 June 36 

10 Jan. 37 

P 10 Mar. 37 

9 8 May 35 

1 June 35 

P 28 Dec. 38 

24 Apr. 39 

13 Oct. 39 



C«ro cUtpt for llaidA, 
NlveUr, Mirv, 



7 April 25 

12 Oct. 08 

5 Jan. 26 

14 Aug. 28 

P 22 Feb. 33 

P 27 April 27 

4 May 14 

25 Mar. 33 

1 Aug. 25 
4 April 32 

P 2 Nov. 32 

12 Jan. 33 
P 19 July 33 
P 7 Aug. 33 

3 May 33 

2 June 35 
2 Sept. 34 

4 Mar. 36 

1 April 36 

2 Dec. 36 

3 Feb. 37 
10 Mar. 37 
17 Nov. 37 

8 Dec. 37 
1 July 38 
P 28 Dec. 38 

23 Mar. 39 
21 Apr. 30 

24 Apr. 39 

13 Oct 39 
19 Oct 39 

P 19 July 39 



5 Capt. Stokca wrvcd thnnifbavt the 

S CapUlB Dnralbnl •prrad at tte aqpCm* «r tte |«a« 
of Prance In ISIO : la the cipcdiUon to iavm Id Iftll i 
raplur* of Kaady to IBIft i awl In tlM KaaSyws 
lioa la 1SI7 awl iS. 

7 rohMMt Wrlfflil iraa ■ewrply wooadcd • 
aflklr of RIttof* in the Bart Indies. IStfc OH. It 



ISIrR. 
a trom 
VHtorla, 
and Orthcs. 

t Col. UrqiduHni 
pcditioa to Walehetm, and ■!«§« of 
Ftuahinf ; eain|Milcaa of ISIS and 
U In tb« PvotaiMda, Inetodlv tlia 
erouhif of tlw BIdaiaaa i taulas of 
tbe Ntrcllo and Nlv« i tevMcly 
wounded Sih Dee. I8U. 

S Cap!, nis OoraM Mrrei to Ikt 
Pcninittla ttom Umj ISIS mbMI Ikt 
end of the war, Inrlndlf alct* «^ 
Saa Sebaatiaa (woonded al the m- 
aaalt, with the Airtani ha^, SI A^. 
ISIS) { MoraUv the hrlgtata of Vera. 
a< a Toluntcer i hattlea of Ihe Nl. 
Telle, NIve, Boyonne, Oarrln, Or. 
thea, and Tonlouoe. 

4 Captain Bemaid aerved at th* 
capCuro of the Isle of Fnaea la 
ISIOi and at the —w S t I of Kar. 
aool la tho laM ladlti. In Sum. 
ISlSu 



10 



190 



Pll Jan. 40 
Paffmaster. — G. Augustus Dumford,* 13 Feb. 27 ; Ens. S8 June, 06; 

March, 10; Capt. 25 Dec. 26. 
A4juiant.—Wi\\mn Munro, (lieut.) 24 May, 30. 

Quarter-Master.—iohn 0*Brien, 19 Feb. 36. [8 June 1 1 . 

5iir^.— 9 Rob. Stark, M.D. 19 Nov. 30; Assist.-Surg. 21 Jan. 13; Hasp.- 
Assist.'Surgs. — James M'Gregor, 24 July, 34. 
John Shichiir, 24 April, 35 

Facings Green. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



the 
Indies. 



SJtoS'iSJ:] 40^A (P^ '** 2/irf Somerse tshire) Reg iment of Foot. [^.i"f„S 

Tlie BpMnXt with the word *' Eotft" on the caps of the Plank Companiee. " If ohtb Vidbo"— " Rolbxa" 

— •* VlMlBRA*'— "TALAVBHA"— " BAOAJOZ"— " SAUkVAITOA"— " VITTORIA"— ' PtBBJCBBB"— 
" NlVBLLB"— " OBTHBS"— " TOULOUBB*'— " PB»1H8ULA"~** WATBUMO.' 



Yean'Benr 



45 



FoU 
Pay. 



Half 
Pay. 



36 



45 



35 
96 



20 
15 
15 
12 
23 
27 
16 
15 
17 
17 

21 

16 

18 

17 

14 

11 

10 

10 

9 

7 

7 

6 

9 

6 

6 

5 

5 

5 

5 

4 

10 

4 
3 
S 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
28 

14 

3 

23 

14 
6 



lA 











»A 



10ft 

8 

sti 































ColoneL 
Sir Lionel Smith, Barty K.C.B. & G.C.H. Em, March, 1795 ; Lieut. 28 Oct. 

95 ; Capt, 22 May, 1801 ; Mqjor^ 22 AprU, 02 ; Lieut.-Col, 6 June, 05 ; Col. 

4 June, 13 -, Mqfor^Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Lieut.-Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 40th 

Regt. 9 Feb. 37. lAeut-ColoneU. 

Thomas Valiant, K.H, Bm. p31 March, 04; Lieut. 21 June, 05; Capt. P21 

Aug. 17 ; Jliqjor, p24 Oct. 21 ; Lieut.-Col. p8 Oct. 25 ; Col. 28 June, 38. 
Rob. Brice Fearon,* C.B. Eru. June, 95; Lieut. 4 Sept. 95; Capt. 21 April, 04; 

Mqfor, P20 Dec. 10; Brevet-Lieut.- Col. 12 Aug. 19; RegtL- Lieut.-Col. p8 

May, 23 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. Mqjors. 

9 Richard Jebb,* Comet, p 12 Sept. 05 ; Lieut. P4 Aug. 08 ; Capt. p9 May^ 

11 ; Brevet-Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; Regtl.-McQor, p 1 May, 35. 
m George Hibbert, ^n#. P25 Feb. 13 ; Lieut. 14 June, 15 ; Capt. p6 March,. 

23; Mqfor, P 13 Nov. 35. 



Captains. 
Evelyn Spen. Boscawen. . 

James Stopford 

Fill Her. Coddington . . 

Thos. James Valiant 

Joseph Curtin 

Jolm Kelly 

John Gray 

Joseph Boyer Oliver 

John M'Duff 

Henry Caulfeild 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Miller 

Boyce M'Kenzie 

John Perry Elliott 

James Adamson 

Ferdinand White 

Hen. Furey Wakefield . . 

Fred. Wra. Smith 

Geoige Matthias White. . 
James Todd 



) ENSIGN. 



P 26 Aug. 19 

P 17 Sept. 25 

P 22 Sept. 25 

29 May 28 

14 Sept. 15 

8 Nov. 13 

31 Aug. 24 

P 16 Dec. 25 

10 Feb. 14 

11 Dec. 23 



P 3 May 33 

P 25 April 34 

25 Nov. 31 



9 Jan. 17 

31 Mar. 14 

28 Dec. 14 

22 Feb. 15 

P 2 Nov. 26 

P17 Dec. 29 

P 10 Sept. 30 

13 June 30 

P 22 Feb. 31 

John Martin B. Ncill |p 22 Mar. 33 

Hen. Crickitt Tyler . . 
Hen. Fancourt Valiant 
Thomas L. K. Nelson. . 
Wm. Augustus Fyers. . . . ' p 17 Oct 34 

Henry Seymour P 9 Jan. 35 

Richard Armstrong . . . . P 1 May 35 

Henry Halkett p 29 May 35 

Alex. A. Nelson p 6 Mar. 35 

EdwardLee !P12June35 

Rich. Olpherts ;p 2 Dec. 36 

John Downum .P28Sept.30 

Ensigns. { 

F. T. L. G. Russell P20 May 36 

J. Young Vance ' p 21 April 37 

James Johnston p 23 Mar. 38 

Jas. Duncan Mac Andrew p 15 Mar. 39 
Edw. Hungerford Eagar JP12 April 39 

Jolm W. Thomas 7 June 39 

M. R. L. Meason p 21 June 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.-MAJ. 



2 Sept. 24 
P 2 Nov. 26 
P 17 Jan. 28 
P 17 Dec. 29 

8 April 25 
20 Dec. 24 

4 May 26 

P 19 Sept. 26 

26 June 27 

P 14 July 25 

19 April 27 

26 June 27 

26 June 27 

11 June 17 

10 Nov. 31 

29 July 32 
P 24 Dec. 32 

19 April 33 

4 July 34 

P 9 Jan. 35 

P 1 May 35 

P 13 Nov. 35 

29 Jan. 36 
P20May 36 
7 Nov. 36 
P 2 Mar. 38 
P 23 Mar. 38 
P15 Mar. 39 
P 12 April 39 
P21 June 39 

P21 Dec. 32 

lnf( the actions hi Sohagua aiid 
Benerente, and retreat to Corunna. 

8 Cept. Nuylor served at the capture of Los- 
hur, Koar^e, Ryghur, and several imall Hill 
Forts in 181S. Served in tlie Serwent Warree 
State, and was severely wounded in both ieys ; 
(the ri;rht one bodly fractured) at the assault of 
Roree, ISth Feb. 1810. 

4 Dr. HacAndrew served at the siege of 
Flushing in ltiOU,and the campaigns of 1811, 12, 
and 19, in the Peninsula. 



P 1 Aug. 26 

P 10 Sept. 30 

P24 Dec. 32 

P 1 May 35 

18 July 35 

27 May 36 

P 12 Sept. 34 

7 Nov. 36 

P 12 April 39 

P 8 June 30 



1 Colonel Fearon*f services : 
—Campaign of 17il6 and 7, in 
the West Indiee, including tlie 
storming of the Vigie (wound- 
ed in the kuee by a bayonet) ; 
attack on Morn Fortune! ; and 
surrender of St. Lucia. Cam- 
paign of 1790, in Holland, in- 
eluding the battles of the 10th 
Sept., Snd and 6th Oct. Cam- 
paign of 1800 on the coast of 
France and Spain. Expedition 
to Quiberon Bay. Attack on 
Ferrol. Expedition to Vigo and 
Cadiz. Egyptian campaign of 
1807, including thesurrender of 
Alexandria ; attack and storm- 
ing of Hosetta. Campaign of 
1814 and 1&, in Ital^, includ- 
ing the surrender of Naples and 
Genoa. Colonel Fearon com- 
manded the troops on board 
the unfortunate ship Kent, 
when she was burned in the 
bay of Biscay, Ist March, 18Sft. 

9 M^Jor Jebb served in Spam 
under Sir John Moore, includ- 



Robert Carey I 15 Nov. 39 

Paymaster.— CharleB Scarlin Naylor,' 8 May, 35 ; Ens. 1 Sept. 12 ; Lieut. 25 
Dec. 16 ; Capt. 9 May, 34. 
Adjutant.— Ferdinand White, (Lieut.) 1 Oct 35. 
Quarter-Ma8ter.-^hBA. Philips, 25 July, 37 ; Ene. 16 June, 37. 
7^1 Surgean.'^Jfi John MacAndrew,* M.D. 30 April, 29; Asrigt.-Surg. 15 Feb. 10; 

Hosp.-Asnst. 27 June, 09. 
Asiiit.-Surgs.—ATth. West, M.D. 15 June, 30 ; Hosp.-Aist. 25 Jan. 27. 
Henry Hadley, M.D. 28 Nov. 34. 

Fitdngs Buff. — Agent y Messrs. Cox k. Co. 
Sir Lionel Smith has nerved chiefly in the East Indies. In 1800 and 10 he commanded an expediti«in 
to the Persian Oulf against the Pirates. Brought down by a sabre cut across the bock of hib head in the 
cavalry action at Ashta, 21 st Feb. 1818. 191 



Emb. for Foreign 
Serrtoe, 1889, 



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AUi (or Welsh) Regiment of Foot. 



[Scrvinf la th« 
BmIImIIm. 



On the Colour* and Appolntmentay the Prince of Wale^g Plume, with the motto, *' Onttt Auaau mm 

ChKUydd,'*^*' DlTllOIT"— " QUMKBTOWm**— "MlAMI"-.*«HlAgA»A''->'*ATA-*' 



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Colonel, 
9 5tr R. DarUng,^ G.C.H. Era, 15 May, 1793; Limt, 2 Sept. 05: Capi, % 

Sept. 96 ; Ma^or^ 2 Feb. 1800; Umt,-CoL 17 July, 01 ; Col. 25 July 10 ; MOgor^ 

Oen. 4 June, 13 ; Lieut, -Gen, 27 May, 25 ; Col, 41ft Re^ment, 26 Sept. 37. 
Lieut,^Colonel8,-^l^ Richard England,^ K.H., Bnt. i^25 Feb. 08 ; Lioui. 1 Jane, 

09; Capt, HI June, 11 ; Mqjor, p4 Sept. 23; Lieut. -Col, >29 Oct- 25; 

Col. 28 June, 38. 
Wm. Booth,' Sns. 8 May, 06 ; Lieut, 25 March, 09 ; Capt. 3 May, 21 ; Maior, 

P28 June, 27 ; Xt«i*.-Co/. 11 July, 37. ^» > n/ f 

Mqjors, — Gore Browne, Ens, 14 Jan. 24; Lieut. Pll July, 26; Capt, Pll 

June, 29 ; Mqjor, p 19 Dec. 34. 
9 Joseph SimmouA,^ 2nd Lieut, 16 April, 12; Lieut, 23 Dec. 13; Capt. 18 

Feb. 27 ; Mqjor, 22 Aug. 37. 



Captains. 

James Cochran ^ 

George Carpenter 

William Dempster 

Perceval Browne' 

John Wetherall 

Richard Price* 

Archibald Hook 

William Barnes' 

John Geo. Bedingfleld* . . 

LawranceTallan' 

Lieutenants. 
S8i Joseph Eyles Deere ''^ 
Eugene Jas. Vang^ian . . 
Samuel Geo. Stoddard" . . 

William May 

Robert Donaldson 

G. Sheaffe Montizambert 

Robert Butler 

Chas. Finch M<Kenzie . . 

James Caihpbell 

Henry Downes 

Andrew Garden 

Wm. H. H. Anderson . . 

John Diddep 

Thomas Burgh 

Walter Lawrence 

John Wallace 

James Eman 

J. De Blaquiere 

Thomas Owen Evans 

Robert Pratt 

Cha. Anderson Morshead 

Anthony Sadller 

John Mannin 

Ensigns. 

Arth. W. Smith 

Hen. F. Marston 

Tho. M. L. Farmer .... 

Goo. Wm. Hessing 

Chas. Timothy Tuckey . . 
Alexander Stewart .... 
Geo. Davis Hutton .... 
Warner West. Johnson . . 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



P17 Sept. 12 

1 Oct. 18 
9 Feb. 00 

25 Jan. 15 
P 8 Nov. 21 

15 April 19 
P Feb. 00 
P 4 Feb. 13 

2 Nov. 20 
P 1 Nov. 21 

3 Aug. 20 

4 Nov. 25 
11 Feb. 25 

P30Jan. 28 
P 8 April 26 

11 April 31 

12 April 31 
27 Sept. 31 

24 Feb. 15 
P 8 June 32 
P 14 Mar. 34 

20 Sept. 33 

27 July 15 

p 8 May 35 

P 18 Dec. 35 

P 6 Mar. 35 

25 Mar. 36 
PdOSept.36 

30 Dec. 36 
P16 June37 

11 July 37 
P 17 Aug. 38 

22 Aug. 37 

25 Jan. 39 

8 Mar. 39 

7 June 39 

P 27 June 39 

P 28 June 39 

Pll May 38 

16 Nov. 39 
16 Vo7, 30 



CAPTAIN. 



RREV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



22 July 30 



28 Dec. 15 

I Mar. 20 
11 April 11 
31 Mar. 23 

P27 Aug. 25 

23 May 26 

P 28 Mar. 00 

23 July 14 

29 June 24 

27 Aug. 24 

3 Dec. 25 
P 9 Nov. 26 

17 Jan. 28 

18 Aug. 30 
18 Sept. 32 

P 11 Jan. 33 
P25 0ct. 33 

28 May 34 

24 Oct. 34 

21 May 35 
P 4 Dec. 35 

28 Aug. 36 
18 Oct. 36 

5 June 37 

22 Aug. 37 
P 10 Feb. 38 

16 Aug. 38 

29 Jan. 30 
7 May 39 

P27June30 ,„„of rort s^i—i 
P 28 June 30 front or bmcoob ; 

p 30 Aug. 30 ^'7f^,^ti?!!i!!?> " ^JL . 

15 Nov. 39 tuwerMalocnaiidPaci 

10 LI«uC. Dfttm terrcd at Waterloo M a Va 
with the 9tfft B««t Ser«t4 •)«> la Ik* 

11 Lltiit Sladdaidaad IMclao«(Pay — rt» ). 
|p the Barmne war. 

II Dr. Wllklw wr*cdtttcMiValC*ariU« 1*1^ 



26 Feb. 27 

P 29 Oct. 25 

26 Feb. 28 

18 Aug. 30 

P 3 May 31 

P 9 Mar. 32 

12 Oct. 09 

14 Sept 35 

5 June 37 

22 Aug. 37 



S CapL Cbehnn wnrcd tht 
paiCMoTlBlS-U iRCBMda. 
lag lh« •attOB at MorvrlHi T« 
the enapaiga of Itl«>* in A«b. hi- 
elttdlac th* capture of Ra^ooa ami 
i ■!•(• aad capcan of 
I battica or 
Facaa-Mcw. 

• Captaia Biowae 
eanpalgaa of iaM.« ia Ava. 

7 Cairtain BaiiMs atrrad al tfa* 
capture of Fart A^|ul ta Cat^ fSch 
Dk. 181A t dw MahratU --^r-'gr' 
or ISI7-1S t cMalade of tha Ftot «rf 
Boofa in Cutrh, March 1SI9 1 
of aaa-«UK.)naah aad loa la 
hla, Dtc. ISlSt iwaladi aT DmukM 
OhaoMadel. Dao. lOBi a«liM aT 
Beat- Boo. Alljr la Arahia, MaiA tl. 

8 Oaptafaw Prlcai 
wrvrd lath* 

9 Captain TftUaa I 
out the Burmc 
eaptoff* ^ aafcoa ; 




PaymaKter,—V, Dickson," 26 July, 27 ; Ens. 12 Mar. 12 ; Lieut. 27 Jan. 14. 

il4^'tt/an#.— Eugene Jas. Vaughan {Lteut.) 18 Sept. 32. 

Quarter-Master.— yim. Bums, 16 Aug. 38 ; Ens. 16 Feb. 38. 

8urgeon.'--lf Wm. Mortimer Wilkins/* 23 Dec. 36 ; Assigt.'Surg. 22 June, 25 ; 

Uoap.'^ Assist. 10 Jan., 14. 
Assist.'Surgs.— Henry Fre. Mfaister, 29 May, 35. 

Arthur Charles Webster, 9 April, 38. 
Pacings White. — Agent ^ Messrs. Cox k, Co. 



I Sir Balph DarUag** tcrrlccf :>la t^S. Um limaa la tba Waad oT Otaaatfa. awlawd hj lh« 
harbic wvoltad aadnHudand iha Oovtwaar aad apwaida cf forty of Um principal Inhahllaaf, ha wa 

(iha 4Mh> la q«»ttiM <hc l ai nr m il a a. Ia Jan. 1797. volaalMffad oa the espcdilloa againat Trialdad. aad aao . 

iarttM8paBiihihlp«oraar,aadailhcMUTc«dcrorth«blaBd. Ia Jttlyi;9». proccodtd «»lth tha up ti U I— 

lot 




42^ (or the Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot 

St. Andrew," Nemo me impuiU laeeeiU, "-^The Sphinx, with the words « EGYPT"— 
«• CORUNNA"— " FUENTES ErONOR"—" PYRENEES"—*' NIVBLLE"— "NIVE" 
— "ORTHES "— " TOULOUSE "— «* PENINSULA "— " WATERLOO." 



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9 iZMToii. Sir GeoTge Murray/ O.C.B. & G.C.H. J?fU.I2 March, 1789: LieiU. 

^ Copt 16 Jan. 94 ; Capt. ^ Lt.-Col. 5 Aug. 99 ; Col. 9 March, 1809 ; Mqjor- 

Gen. 1 Jan. 12 ; Lieut.-Oen, 27 May, 25; Col, 42nd Highlanders 6 Sept. 23. 
Lieut. CoUmeL—QeoTge Johnstone, Comet, p5 Aug. 19; Lieui. p9 Not. 21; 

Capt, P17 Not. 25; Ar<|;or, p 3 Oct. 26 ; Xt«ut.-Co2. p23 Aug. 39. 
Mqfotn.-^ James Maodougall,* Second Lieut. 11 June, 12; Lieut, 8 Sept 13; 

Capt. P 10 Sept 25 ; Jfq/or, 23 Oct 35. 
Duncan Alex. Cameron, Snt. 8 April, 25 ; Liout, P 15 Aog. 26 ; Capt. p21 June, 

33 ; Mqfar, P23 Aug. 39. 



Captains. 

Daniel Frazer 

Charles Donsmure. 
William Guthrie . 
Archibald Campbell 
Geo. Burrell Cumberland 
Wm. Beales . . 
Thomas TuUoch 

Lord Cecil Gordon 

George Montagu 

Rob. Williamson Ramsay 

Lieutenants. 
J. Cameron Macpherson 
Alexander Cameron 
Hon. Robert RoUo. 
Thomas Kinlock . . . 
Lord Chas. Lennox Kerr 
H. Maurice Drummond. . 
Geo. Duncan Robertson . . 

Charles Murray 

AthoU W. Macdonald . . 

G. W. Macquarie 

Duncan Cameron 

Arch. Colin Campbell . . 
James Hunter 

EN8I0NS. 

W. J. H. Johnstone .... 

James Grant 

Farquhar Campbell .... 
Henry Sholto Douglas . . 
Thos. Rob. Drum. Hay. . 
Thos. Francis Wade .... 
Robert Bligh Sinclair . . 
Augustus Paterson 



BN8IG1T. I LIEUT. 



31 Oct 11 

9 Apr. 25 

P 22 Apr. 26 

P 26 Not. 25 

11 Apr. 25 

24 June 13 

P 25 June 26 

P 8July 24 

8 Dec. 14 

P 10 Jan. 28 

P 10 Sept 30 
24 Feb. 32 
P 10 Aug. 32 
P 14 Sept 32 
P 5 Apr. 31 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 14 June 33 
P21 Junc33 
P 9 Aug. 33 
P 25 Sept 35 
23 Oct 35 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P17 Not. 37 

P 16 Mar. 38 
P30 Mar. 38 
P 30 Not. 38 
P31 May 39 
P 2 Aug. 39 
2 Not. 38 
P27 Sept 39 
P 10 Jan. 40 



13 June 16 

P 7 Not. 26 

p 20 Mar. 27 

P 25 Dec. 28 

31 Dec. 28 

13 Dec. 21 

23 Oct 28 

P 17 June 26 

P 31 Oct 22 

12 June 30 

P 21 June 33 
P30Jan. 35 
P25Sept35 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 2 May 34 
P 15 Dec. 37 
P 10 Mar. 38 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P24Apr. 38 
P 31 May 39 
1 June 39 
P 23 Aug. 39 
P27 Sept 39 



captain. 



BRBY.-KAJ. 



28 June 38 



28 June'Sd 



P 5 Not. 25 
P 30 Jan. 35 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 10 Mar. 38 
P 30 Mar. 38 
12 Aug. 36 
P 12 July 33 
P 22 July 36 
P 22 Oct 25 

P23Aug. 39 

1 Sir Qeorgt Mumy lerrvd 
the campaign in Flanden in 
ITM snd M ; wm wounded in 
BoUaad in 99; toolc part in the 
diftrrat battlot, kc. in Egypt 
in 01, and accompanied the ex- 
pedition to Copenhagen in 07. 
Sir Oeoffc baa received a eroas 
and Ave claepe for Corunna, 
Talavera, Bunoo, Fuentee 
d'Onor, Yittoria, Pyreneei, Mi- 
velle, Orthee, and Touloute. 

8 M^or Maedougall eenred 
the campaigns of 2813 and 14, 
in tlie PeninsulBt including tbe 
■flUr of San Marcial ; battlea 
of Nivelle, Nive, 9tli, 10th, 
11th, 18th, and lath Dec., 
Orthet, and TouIoum. 



S Quartol^Master King eerved in the Penin- 
•ula, from Ju^, 1809, to Aiigmt, 1818, Indnd- 
iug tbe battlee of Buaaco and Fuentee 4'Onor. 
Preeent on lOtb and 18th June, at Waterloo. 

4 Dr. Patenou tenred In tbe Peninsula from 
Sept. 1810 to Doc 1811. Sonred also in the 
Burmese war. 



Paymast.—^. Wheatley, 12 Oct. 38 ; Em. k, A djt. 20 July^ 32 ; LiaU. 3 Apr. 35. 

A4j^et(mt. — Duncan Cameron {Lieut.), 30 Oct 38. 

Quarter-Matter.-^'^ 021 Finley King,' 31 Dec. 18. 

Surgeon. — 9 James Paterson/ M.D., 25 May, 26; Asngt.-Surg, 22 Aug. 11; 

Hoep.'Atsigt. 7 June, 10. 
Asnetant-Surgeon, — James M'Oregor, 12 April, 26; Hotp.-Auist. 5 Jan. 26. 
Facingt Blue. — Agent, Messn. Cox k Co. — Irish Agent, Borough & Co. 
[Betumedfrom Corfu, August, 1836.] 



Ilw Duleb Mttlement of SarinaiB, ■ml was employed Ib the •rraafraoDti ibr tke cepiflstlwi, sad prmat at the saircnder of 
tbatcoloaj. la April I80I, proceeded with tbe expedition affainrt the Daniih aad Swedish liUada, St. Cralz, St. Thanai, Sc 
MartiD, and SL Bartholomew, and was present at their reduetloii. In Septe m bei ISOSt hli acgt (the Alet) befaif ordered en 
aetiTe terrier, he resigned bb staff emploTnient (Principal Assist Adjt. -Oenerml) and took tbe eommaad of it. Joined tbe armjr 
wader Sir John Moore. In Spain, aad was pretent durlnff tbe advanec and retreat, the aatloo at Lnfo, sad battle of Corunna, 
far which last he recciTvd a Medal. In inly IMS, was appointed Dep. A4|t.-Oeneral to tbe Foraa sent to the Scheldt under 
tbe Earl of Chatham, and was prrtent at tbe sirge and surrender vi nnsblng. On tbe return of tbe expcdltloa be lesomed 
bis staff appointment at the Harm Guards. 

t Oolooel Batiead senrcd at tbe ilcge of Flushing and campaign to Antwerp i subsequently at Tsirifli aad la Sdly in 1810. 

S Cokoel Booth's senricest— Siege of Callinger (wounded at the asMult). ffepanl war In 1814, including the sieges of 
Kolnngs, Nabn, and Jetuek. Mahratta war in 18I7-I8» inclndh]^ the sieges of SIngbur, Lattarak, Pounuder, aad Wursetta. 
mif ^^ M fpar In 18S4>&, wonaded at the storming of Martaban. 

4 MsJor Simmons served in tbe Peninsula, from Sept 1811 to tbe end of the war, InSladiag tbe storming of the Fort at 
AhauBS t aAafr at San Muaes t cheeking the Franeh oo the retreat from Madrid ; cut off their Bear*Ouard fhim Bulges ( 
battle of Vlttoria ; skirmishing with the Kear-Guanl. sad drflri^ tbe Prenehlato Pampelnaa. Md, Md, aad I4lh June i stom- 
ii^ Ihc bolglrtsof Centra Barberai storming of Bsebelab ; storming Vera Bridge and Heights ( crossing the Bldaaaoai slermlng 
PMeto la Rhine ; battles of Nirelle and NiTe. Mb. 10th, 1 Ith, aad Iltb Dec Sonred throughout the Burmem war, including the 
gtoradiig of Rangoon and Syncbam Pagoda t capture of Kimmadine ( led the beadof tbe left column in storming tbetrmehcs 
in frmit of the Dsgon Pagoda t storming a strong stockade la front of the DagoB Pagoda. Commsndsd the left wing of the 4Ut 
Rcgt in tbe flckl against the Kolampore Ri^ab. 199 



"sJirS, wSr] ^^^ (^ Manniotahshire) Regiment of Foot [^JSSLI" 

{Light Infantry,) 

« VIMIBRA "— " CORUNN A " — « BUSACO "— « FUENTES D'ONOR " — " CIUDAD 
RODRIGO "— " BADAJOZ"— « SALAMANCA "— « VITTORIA "— " NIVBLLB"— 
«iaVE "— " TOULOUSE "— •« PENINSULA." 

Colonel. 
9 John Xorif Keane,> O.C.B. & G.C.H. ^iw. 1793; Xt«ti^. 89 April, 93; Capt. IS 
Not. 94; 3f<(/or, 27 May, 1802; Xteu/.- Co/. 20 Aug, 09; Co/. 1 Jan. 12; Mqfor^ 
Geyi.4June,14; Xi«tt^.-C7en.22 July, 30; Co/. 43rd Light Infiuatry,l Aug. aO« 

Lieut-CoUmd, 
9 H. Booth,* K.H. Ent, p6 Mar. 06 ; Lieu*. 11 Jnne, 07 ; Capt, P25 June, 12 ; 
M<0ar P29 Aug. 22 ; lAeui.-Col. 29 June, 30. 

Jlff^'orf. 
m Jas. Forlong,' K.H. En$. Pll Mar. 13; Xietc^. P22 Dec. 14; Capt. pSO 

Sept 21 ; Mti^, p 1 July, 28. 
Jas. Bucknall B. Bstcourt, £iu. p 13 July, 20; Lieut. P9 Dec. 24; Capt. PS 
Nov. 26; Jlfq;V»*, P21 Oct. 36; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. 29 March, 99. 



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4 





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17 





10 





26 

14 





6 






Captains. 

9 William Fnuer* 
Chaa. RavenhiU Wright* 
Samuel Tryon . . . 
Wilbraham Egerton 
Hon, A. Almoric Spencer 

William BeU 

Henry Bruere ...... 

OeoTge Talbot 

Johnson Ford 

Fred. Paris Sanders . , 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

James Thomas 

Dan. Gardner Freer . , 
Thos. Aylmer Pearson 
Rich. Geo. Aug. Levinge 

John Meade 

John Thos. Wm. Jones . 

Henry W. Paget 

John Chidley Coote . . . 

Arth. Lowry Cole 

Henry Skipwith 

Wm. Rob. Henries 

Hon, T. G. Cholmondeley 

BNfllONS. 

Robert Lambert .... 
Hon, C. H. Lindsay 
Albert S. Bruere . . 
Jas. M. Primrose . . 
Lord F. Q. C. G. Lennox 

O. A. O. Gore 

Hon, John Kennedy . 
C. W. A. H. Wood . 
Hon. P. Egerton Herbert 



BNSION. 



8 Apr. 13 

26 Dec. 13 

P23Jan. 23 

P 4 Nov. 24 

8 Apr. 26 
P 6 Nov. 26 
P 1 Sept. 26 

2 Feb. 26 
P 7 Sept.26 
P 19 Feb. 28 

P 6 Dec. 16 

20 Nov. 23 

28 Feb. 28 

P26 Nov. 28 

Pl6May 29 

16 July 30 

14 Dec. 32 

P 4July 34 

P22 Aug. 34 

P24 0ct 34 

P 6 Mar. 35 

P 3 Apr. 36 



P 1 May 36 

P 6 June 36 
P21 Oct 36 
6 Jan. 37 
P 16 Sept 37 
P20 Nov. 38 
P 26 Jan. 39 
P 12 Apr. 30 



LIBUT. 



19 Jan. 14 
P 26 July 21 
P 10 Sept 26 
Pll July 26 
P 6 July 27 
P 1 July 28 
P 19 Feb. 28 
P 9Sept28 
P26 June29 

16 July 30 

9 Apr. 26 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P23Dec. 31 
P 8 Apr. 34 
P22 Aug. 34 
P 6 Mar. 36 
P 1 May 36 
P 16 Sept 37 
P20 Nov. 38 
P26Jan. 39 
P 12 April39 
P 31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 9 Dec. 24 
Pll July 26 
P 19 Feb. 28 
P 1 July 28 
P 6 Apr. 31 
P23 Dec. 31 
P 8 Apr. 34 
P 3 Apr. 36 
P21 Oct 36 
P 31 Dec. 39 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



8 Mi^or ForioBf fenrsd Um 
cuDpalfiM of 1818 and 14, to 
Gemiuiy and Holland, ladiiid> 
Ing the actions at Hcrxaa, 
bombardment of Antw«rp» and 
storalng of Berfen-op*Zootn. 
Sererelj wounded at Qoatf«-> 
Braa, Idtli June, 1818^ rigbt 
collar bone fknetured and bail 
lodged In tbe rlgbt braa^L 

4 H lyor Fraier waa aererelj wounded at Ibe 
battle of the Nlre. 
8 Captain Wright Mfved la the 



8 Paymaster Hood aerred the 
181 4p In the Peninsula. Present In the 
on New Orleans, 8th January, 1818. 

7 Dr. Millar serred the eampalgns of I81t 
and 14, in the Prainsnla, and the «xp«dltkm 
to New Orleans. 



17 Jan. 40 
Paymaster.— 9 George Hood,* 26 Oct 28; Sns. 21 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. 28 May» 12. 
Atyutttnt.-^D. O. Freer (Lieut.), 8 March, 39. 
Quarter-Maeter.— Samuel Band, 8 Oct 30. 

^vr^ftm.— 9 John Millar,^ 6 Nov. 29 ; A .-Surg. 8 Feb. 21 ; H,-Aseist, 24 May, 13. 
AsHetant'SurffeonM,^T. D. Hume, 11 Oct 27; Hotp.'Aseist. 26 Oct 96. 

Geoige N. Foaker, 1 May, 36. 

Facinffe White. — Agent, Measn. Hopkinaon, Barton^ k Knyvett— - 

Iri$h Agent, Borough Sc Co. 



1 Lord Keane served the campaign In Egypt, In 1801, and has rsodred a cross and twoci 
Hartteique, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nl velle, Oitbes, and Toulouse. 8i r John was severely wounded at New 
9 Colonel Booth served at the battle of Timiem and Coranna ; passage of tbe Rlvur Con n«ar Ai 
of Boiaeo^ BalaBiaiwa, and Tittoila; attack on tba hdghts of Yen. 

194 



Bmb. ft>r For.! 
Serrloe, 1899. J 



44^A (or the Hast Essex) Regiment of Foot. 



r8«nrlng 
L Bengal. 



in 



YorfSerr. 



60 



PnU 



33 
36 



24 



24 
34 
29 
41 
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16 
28 

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16 

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16 

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21 

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12 

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10 

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7 

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6 
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Th« Bphinx, with the words, •• EO YPT"— " BADAJOZ''— " SALAMANCA"—** PSNINBULA"— 

** BLADKNBBURQ H"— " WA TERLOO"—** AVA." 

Colonel, 
Gore Browne/ En$, 6 July, 1780 ; lAeut, 3 March, 89 ; Capt. 8 June, 93 ; Major ^ 

16 June, 94; Xteii^.-Co7. 30 Nov. 96; Col, 1 Jan. 1805; MnQor-Qen, 25 July, 
10; Liaa,-Gen, 12 Aug. 19; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Coh 44th Regt. 29 Jan. 20. 

lAevt,'CoUmeU,^l^ John Shelton,* Ena, 21 Not. 05 ; Lieut. 26 Aug. 07 ; Capt. 

17 June, 13; Major ^ 6 Feb. 26; Lieut.-CoL 6 Sept. 27. 

9 Thoma«Mackrell, Ens. 19 Sept. 04; Lieut. 25 May, 07; Capt. 11 June, 18; 

Major, 12 Nov. 25 ; Lieut.-Col. P25 June, 30. 
Mqjors.-^Day Hort Macdowall,* J?fw. 15 April, 13; Lieut. PlO March^ 14; 

Capt. 11 Sept. 17 ; Mqfor, P 18 July, 26. 



Captains. 

CharleB O'Neill 

John Kitson 

James Johnston^ 

Benjamin Half hide" .... 
Wm. Boxell Scott ^ .... 

Arthur Home 

Thomas Swayne' 

Rob. Bradford M'Crea*. . 
Willoughby Cotton .... 

Alured Wm. Gray »® 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Robinson ** . . . . 
James Douglas De Wend 

J. D. Young 

Edward Woolhouse . . . . 
Wm. Henry Dodgin .... 

Thomas Collins 

Cha. Ernest Turner ^* . . 
Tho. Rich. Leighton .... 
Geo. Haddon Smith . . . . 

Wm. Evans 

Wm. George White . . . . 

Tho. Alex. Souter 

Fra. Montresor Wade . . 

Arthur Hogg 

Duncan Trevor Grant . . 

C. K. Macau 

J. Chilton L. Carter . . . . 
Aug. Halifax Fenyman . . 
Edw. S. Cumberland . . . . 
Frederick Jenkins 



ENSIGN. 



27 

4 
1 



Ensigns. 
Wm. MacMahon . 
Geo. H. Skipton . . . 
Wm. G. Raban ... 
Robert Kipling ... 

Henry Cadett 

F. J. Camp. Fortye 
Samuel Swinton . . . 
Alured Wm. Gray . 
Frederick Shelton . 



18 May 16 
26 Apr. 06 

3 Dec. 03 

28 Oct. 99 
2 Apr. 12 

P 19 Nov. 26 
24 Dec. 12 
16 Jan. 24 

P 2Sept24 
2 Feb. 13 

2 Mar. 20 

29 Apr. 24 
16 Aug. 26 

P 5 Oct. 16 

16 Jan. 23 
P 6 Jan. 20 

17 May 13 
29 May 28 
21 Apr. 27 

29 June 30 
12 Apr. 31 

30 June 24 
P 20 Sept 31 
P 1 June 32 
P 6 July 33 

19 Oct. 24 
28 May 34 

P 27 June 34 
P 17 Apr. 36 
P 26 June 35 



P 6 Nov. 35 

P 11 June 36 

23 Sept. 36 

30 June 37 

28 Nov. 37 

1 June 38 

P 9 Nov. 38 
22 Nov. 39 

P24Jan. 40 



LIEUT. 



P27 JunelO 
16 Jan. 07 

5 Aug. 04 

7 Apr. 04 

16 Apr. 13 
P 27 Nov. 28 

9 Aug. 14 

6 Dec. 25 
P 6 Nov. 24 

23 Mar. 19 

10 Feb. 25 

17 Dec. 25 
p 7 Jan. 27 
P 26 June 17 

29 May 28 
P 7 July 26 

12 Oct. 15 
P 1 June 32 

22 Oct 33 

23 Oct 33 

29 Aug. 34 

8 May 36 
P26 June36 

30 Jan. 36 
1 Apr. 36 

18 Apr. 27 
P23 Sept 36 

30 June 37 

P 18 May 38 

16 Aug. 39 



CAPTAIN, 



P31 May 21 
3 Oct 11 
7 Mar. 11 

26 Aug. 00 

12 Apr. 31 
P 21 Feb. 34 

30 Jan. 36 
P 11 June 36 
P21 Nov. 28 

14 June 39 



BRBY.-KAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 
22 July 30 
22 July 30 
22 July 30 



9 Mi^or MMdowall trrvctf th* 
eimpAlfn of IHU in Holland, In- 
cluding the action at Menem Id 
Jan., and Antwerp M Feb. 

& Major Johnston aenrcd at tfw 
taking of Madeira In 1807 1 e^itnre 
oC Ouadaloupe and depcndcnciea, 81 
Martina, and St. Biutatiiia In 1810 » 
alw 1 eanqialgn agalnat the BnnnaMi 

6 Mi^or Ralftaide aenrcd the Ne- 
paul campaigns of 1814, 15, and 16 1 
also In Aracan In 1884. 

7 Captain Scott aervad In the 
Bnrmese war. 

8 Capt Swayne served the cam- 
paigns of 1818 and 14 In Canada, ln< 
eluding the action of Chippewa, and 
Pall of Niagara i siege and stoim of 
Fort Bile. Ang. and Sept 1814 ; 
served In the Burmeee war, bielodi^ 
the eaplure of aereral stockades In the 
nelgfabourtaood of Rangoon, and oo 
the advance of the aimy to Prome. 

Capt M*Crae served In the Burmeee war, Inelnd- 
lag the capture of Aracan, Ramree. and Chaudler. 

10 Capt Oray served In the actions of JeetgharSfd 
Jan. 1815, and Juhbulpore IBth Dee. 1817 1 and the 
campaign of 1885 In Araeaa 

1 1 Lt. Robinson served the campaign of 1815 in Araeaa 
Including the actions at Padona, Mabatec, and Aracan. 

IS Lieut. Turner served the campaign of 1S14 in Hol- 
land, Including attaek on Merxem A Bergen-op-Zoom. 

13 Lieut (Quarter- Master) Halahaa served at the 
taking of Aracan in 1815. 

14 Dr. Hareourt served in the Penlniala tnm taw 
1813 until the end of the war. 



Paynuuter. — ^Tho6. Bonrke, 12 Oct. 04. 
-4 <(/ttten*.— Robert Kipling, {Ena.) 27 Dec. 37. 

4j^ Quarf<?r-3f<uf<T.— Robertus Rich. Halahan/^ 14 Feb. 22 ; Ens. 23 July, 12; 
lAeut. 25 Aug. 15. 
i9ttr^.— 9 John Hareourt,*^ 7 May, 34 : Assist.-Stirg. 26 May, 14; Hasp.- Assist. 
10 May, 13. 
Assistant'Surffeons. — ^Wm. Balfour, 4 March, 36. 
William Primrose, M.D. 9 Aug. 39. 

Faeinffs Yellow. — Agent, Messrs Cox k Co. 

Oca. Browne served in Holland and was preacnt In the batdes of the lOlh and 19th Sepl, and Snd Oct 1799. He eom. 
the brigade that carried the town and fortran of Monte Video hf assault, and was gflerwarda wounded at Waleheren. 
9 CM. ShcllPn lost an arm at St Sebastian. 

196 



4:Sth (or the Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Foot. 

■ ROLEIA"— "VIMIEKA"— "TALAVailA"— " BOTAOO"— ** PUBHTM D'Onor"— "CXUOAD ROBEMO^— 
"BAD4J01"— « SAIAMAITOA"— •« Vn-roWA"— " PYBRirBBS*'— <* NlTaLX.B'*-''*ORTSIS"— 

« ToutousB"— " PwriirsDfLA"— J"* AVA." 



TMrt*8trr. 



48 



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16 

14 



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P«y. 



lA 



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25 
35 


A 




16 





11 





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7 





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5 





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23 
13 


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19 
13 


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Celenel* 
9 Sir Wm. Hen. Pringle,* G.C.B. Cornet^ 6 July, 1792; Lieut, 24 Feb. 03 ; 

Capt. 15 Oct 94 ; Mqjar, 19 Sept. 94 ; Lieui,'Col, 5 Dec 90 ; Co2. 25 Oct, 

1809; Mt^or-CfenAJmA^; X^.-&0n.27May,25; Col. 45th R^St. 29 Nov.37. 
Lieut.-Col4msl,-^9 Bdw. French Boys,* JEnt, p 17 Nov. 08 ; X#. 3 Apr. 10 ; Copt 

P8 June 15 ; Mqjar^ 3 Feb. 29; Lieut.-CoL 21 June, 32. 
McQors, — Elliott Armstrong, Camety p25 March, 23; Lieut, P23 June, 25; 

Capi. P 10 June, 26; Mt^or, p20 Feb. 35. 
Francis Octavius Montgomery, .fi!rM.P 13 April, 26; Lieut, P 28 April, 27; Cktpt, 

P 15 Nov. 33 ; 3fq;or,P6 Sept. 39. 



Captains. 

9 Richard Stack* 

Wm. Henrj Butler^ . . . . 

John Macintire* 

Archibald Erskine 

Henry Cooper 

Bdm. Wilson Lasoellea^. . 

Magens Mello 

Charles Hind 

Hallam D'Arey Kyle . . 
Jonas Btawell 

LiBVTBNAMTS. 

Thomas Prendeigast* .. 

Fras. Percy Nott 

Charles Seagram 

Hen. Wemyss Magee. . . . 
Donald Wm. Tendi .... 

9 John Hine^ 

Jocel3rn Ing. Oakley .... 

Robert Bates 

Q. A. L. Blenldnsopp . . 

Hen. J. Shaw 

Edw. lAwrence Tickell. . 

Charles Simeon 

Fran. OrL H. Bridgeman 

BifSIONS. 

Wm. Smith' 

Hen. Thomas Yialls .... 

Henry W. Parish 

Jas. Butler Fellowes .... 

Fred. Rich. Stack 

Stephen B. Gorgon .... 

R. J. Garden 

Wm. Caimes Armstrong 



BlfSION. 



24 Jan. 09 

10 Aug. 15 

19 Aug. 15 

P24June 24 

P26Feb. 20 

23 Dec. 24 

P22May 28 

P 8 Oct. 29 

P 12 July 33 

PllOct 33 

17 Oct. 20 
23 June 25 
22 June 20 
15 Dee. 26 
31 July 28 
1 Aug. 27 
P26 Apr. 31 

6 June 34 
P 4Sept.35 
P 23 Mar. 38 
P 16 Feb. 38 
P 13 May 36 
P28 0ct. 36 

26 June 38 

P25Dec. 38 

P 9 Mar. 39 

P 31 May 39 

1 June 39 

7 June 39 
21 Jifiie 39 

P 6 Sept. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



12 Nov. 27 

5 Apr. 31 
21 June 32 

P 16 Nov. 32 
P 13 Nov. 35 

6 July 37 
P31 May 39 
p22 Feb. 38 
p 24 May 39 
p 6Sept.38 



BRBV.-MAi. 



6Dcc39 



3 Mar. 11 
3 Nov. 18 

25 Mar. 25 
16 Sq>t.26 

P 5 Apr. 31 
18 May 26 
P 26 Apr. 31 
P 7 Feb. 34 
P 23 June 37 
1 Apr. 36 

22 Apr. 25 
10 May 26 

5 Mar. 31 

26 Nov. 30 
P 2 Dec. 31 

30 Apr. 32 
P20 Feb. 35 
P25Dec. 38 
P31 May 39 
P 7 June 39 

6 Sept. 39 • P«ymMt«0'M«M» itrvad 
1Q -ikL^ oa '° Wettorn Afrin, uiMter Oo- 

S ^V Z^\ '•««>• MH3iTtby, sad in Chf- 
5 July 39< ftmriA In 1810 Md W. 



7 Ll^t. HIne wrved is the 
FeniMuItt from AfMrll, ttOt, to 
Ihe end of Um w, laeladiiig 
the battle* of Oporto^ Tstov«i«, 
AIbulien(tirlc« woaodad); ••- 
Mult and eaptQM «r Cludtd 
BodrlpH and Bad^H» : <>•<<'« 
of Salamanca (wounded), Vt»> 
toria, Pyreneea, Nivella, N(v«, 
OrUiM and TouIoom. 

8 Bm. Smith terrad in tto 
Bm 



10 Dr. Ferguson Mrved the 
1813 and 14 In Canada; wat ragged la 
action on Lake Ontario and Lake Huron; 
in tlie action of MlehlUnadinar. 



■B 



PaymiufcT.— Daniel O'Meara,*^ 20 Oct. 25; Ene, 25 Aug. 14; Lieut, 11 Jan. la 
A4jutant,—^ John Hine, {Lieut.) 1 Aug. 27. 
Quartef^MaMter,—BAm{a Walters, 13 Dec. 39 ; Ene, 31 May, 39. 
Surffeon.—i. Feipuon,** 8 Mar. 39 ; Aee.-Surg, 3 Mar. 14.; Hoep.^Au, 7 Mar. 13. 
' .-Afryeon.— Peter Baird, M.D. 29 July, 30 ; Hotp,'Aeeiet, 13 June, 27. 
Faeinge Green. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned frrnn Madrae, March, 1838.] 



1 Sir Wm. Henry Pringle lias recelvod a Crose for Salamanca, Pjrrmeea, Ifhrelle, and NIto, and 
varelj wonnded in Franca, Feb. IB14. 

9 Col. Boji eenred In the Penlnsnla Arom 1800 to 1811, and again from 1818 to the end of the war, Indod- 
Inn the action at Sabofal, and battloe of Foentce d*Onor (wonnded), Ortbet, and TouIoom (woandid). 
Serred alao in the BnnnMe war. 

8 M^|or Stack's serricai : Campaifa and battle of Coronna. Actions In the Bay of Bengal to Nov. 180a» 
between the French friicatet Ln Venut, La Mameke, sad Crtols aloop-o^war, and the Boo. Cmnpaay'e Alpi 
ITyiuUnm, United JTia^idem, and Ckarltom, for his conduct on which ocoation he recalTed a cimtnltf from 
the Hon. Company. Capture of the Isle of France in 1810. Capture of JsTa in 1811, fnclodias ^^ arttoas 
of the loth, and ttml ; stonninf of Fort Cornelius, Mth Aug. (wounded) ; and ■tormteg of the He%|lit> of 
Setondola, Sspt. 1811. Bellnquisbed the rommand of Ambojnese corps at Samaraag to go on eerriee wlih 
his Eegt. (the Hth), and was present at the capture of the piratical defences at Basriisa, on the Irfnad of 
Bomso, J^, 1818. Osptars of the Fort of Hattrass. Mahratta carapaigni of 1817 and 18. 
tha storming of Bhnrtpore, 18th January, 1890. Serred 88 years la the East Indies, without 
to l^»gl**'^ during that long period. 

4 Chpt. Butler esrred la the Kaadfam eampalgos of 1817 and 18, and was persoamlly 
orrarione. In aflhirs with the enemy. 

6 Captains M adnttrs and Lafcellss serred In tha Bur msie war In 1880. 

• Usut. Pi a ud s ig mt serred t hiu n ghou l the Bamasa war, including tha taking of : 
rorfcs on tha ls<, Sad, and Sth Dae. 1885, and t9lh Jan. 90, battle of 

190 



Ennb. tor VorJl 
SerriM, 18S7. J 



46^ (or South Devonshire) Regt. of Foot. 

" DOMINICA." 



tSeirinir at 
OibralUr. 



Yvan' Serr 



47 



Full 



34 

15 
16 



38 

84 

88 

16 

80 

31 



11 

8 

6 

13 

16 

14 

14 

11 

6 

6 

6 

6 

5 

6 

3 

3 

8 
4 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 

17 
14 
10 
88 

6 
14 



Hair 





14U 





3H 




3« 




























14A 









Colonel, 
9 John Rofts,^ C.B. Ens, 8 June, 03 ; LietU. 8 May, 06 ; Capt, 1 1 Jan. 00 ; Mi^mr, 

15 Aug. 04; Lieut, 'Col, 88 Jan. 08; Col, 4 June, 14; Mqjor-Oen, 37 May, 

85 ; Lieut.'Gen, 86 June, 38 ; Col, 46th. Regt. 1 Aug. 30. 

Lieut,- Colonel, 
Andrew Clarke,* K.H. Ens, 88 Aug. 06 ; Lieut, 89 July, 08 ; Capt, P 4 Feb. 13 ; 

MqfOTy P15 Dec 85; Brevet'Lieut,^Col. 88 June, 38; Begt,'Lieut,'Col, 

Pll Oct.39. 
Majors,— 9 Robert Oarrett,' K.H. Bns. 6 March, 11; 3 Sept. 18; Capt, 

7 July, 14; Afqfor, 19 Sept. 86. 
Edward Hungerford Delayal Elers Napier, Bns, 11 Aug. 85 ; Lieut, 11 Oct. 86; 

Capt, Pai June 31 ; Meffor, p 11 Oct. 39. 



Captains. 

Robert Martin^ 

Donald Stuart* 

Robert Campbell' 

Charles W. Zuhlcke 

Ja mes Taylor 

9 ^SBi Qichd. Handcock^ 
Wm. Neville Custance .. 
Wm. Thomas Bremner . . 
Geo. Heneage L. Wharton 
Eustace A. T. d'Eyncourt 
Ijeutbnaktb. 

William Child 

Joseph Davies 

Wm. James Yonge 

Wm. Lacy 

William Peacock 

Wm. Clutton Marshall . . 
John Egerton Carrol .... 
Geo. Martin Atkins .... 

Arthur Geo. Vesey 

Alex. Maxwell 

Henry Mordaunt 

Joseph Fred. Brome .... 

Eustace J. D. Moffatt . . 

Ensigns. 

Hen. F. Sullivan 

David Fyflc 

William Fits Gerald 

Arthur Wombwell 

H. B. Whittingham 

Philip BlundeU BickneU 
Geo. Selsey Bigland .... 



ENSIGN. 



15 Aug. 04 

2 May 16 

84 Dec. 18 

84 June 84 

85 Aug. 14 
10 Sept. 05 

Pll Oct. 31 
P 3 Dec. 89 
P 1 June 38 
P19Sept.34 

13 Nov, 82 
P 3 Dec. 25 
P27July 86 

20 Apr. 26 
P28 May 29 
P28 Nov. 34 
8 May 35 
P17 July 85 
P29May 35 
P 19 June 35 
P29Jan. 36 
PIO Feb. 37 
P25 Aug. 37 

P 6 July 38 
Pll June 36 
P28 Dec. 38 
P 5 Apr. 39 
31 May 39 
Pll Oct. 39 
P 15 Nov. 39 



LIEUT. 



28 Mar. 

25 Feb. 

13 June 

4 May 

4 Dec. 

5 Nov. 
P26June 
P21 June 
P 19 June 35 
P29Jan. 86 



05 

20 

22 

26 

17 

06 

351 

31 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ' 



11 Aug. 26 
P14Dec. 26 
P17 May 87 

30 Aug. 27 
P 12 Dec. 34 
P21 Oct. 
PIO Feb. 
P 8 Apr. 
P25 Aug. 37 
P28 Dec. 38 
P 5 April 39 
Pll Oct. 39 
P 31 Dec. 39 



36 
37 
37 



10 Jan. 37 



21 Nov. 16 10 Jan. 37 
1 Apr. 31 

15 June 32 
P29 May 35 

14 May 36 
P 30 July 18 
P 16 Mar. 38 
P 5 April 39 
Pll Oct. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 

6 Capt. Stuart wnrcd at the 
iiege and capture of Kittoor In 
the East Indict In Dee. IdS4. 

6 Capt. Campbell was em- 
ployed on field tcrrloe In In- 
dia ikom Auff. 1990 to March 
182S, including the eiege of 
Kittoor. 

7 Mf^or Haodoock accom- 
panied the expedition to Han- 
over in 1805 -, joined the army 
in Sicilj in 1806, and was em- 
ployed with its ▼arlous opera- 
tions from 1806 to 1810 ; went 
with the expedition to Naples, 
and was present at the capture 
of IschiaandProcida; returned 
to Sicily and employed against 

the French army in 1811. Serred In Spain dar^ 
ing 1812 and 18, incloding the batUe of Castalla, 
siege of Tarragona, and aflUr of Villa Pranoa. 
Severely wounded at Waterloo. 

8 Dr. Galeani landed at Leghorn, 14th Mareb, 
18U, and was present in the campaign of Italj 
with the adranced army, including the taidng 
of the Castle of St. Haria, in Speiia ; action at 
Seshl ; siege and surrender of Genoa, and tak- 
ing of the Castle of Sarona and NotI. 



Paymaster, — ^William Iveson, S5 Aug. 08. 

ii4/ufan^.— William Lacy, (Lieut.) 26 May, 37. 

Quarter-Master, — John Allan, 3 June, 30. 

SuTffeon, — Michael Galeani," M.D. 7 Nov. 34 ; Assist,-Surg, 16 June. 25; Hotp.' 

Assist, 12 Not. 12. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Francis Burnett, M.D. 19 Dec. 34. 

Augustus H.Cowen, 29 July, 30; Hasp.- Assist, 2 Nov. 26. 

Faeinffs Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 General Ross has receired a medal for Yimiera. 

9 Colonel Clarke serred at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1810. 

i M||or Garrett receiTed two wounds at the attack of the Forts at Balamanea* on which occasion the com- 
mand cf the Light Company of the Queen's and some Artillery deTolved upon bim, be being the only sur- 
▼ivtag eAeer of the ooUhdo be attacked with. He was also sererely wounded in the Fyreneea. 

i mWot Martin served eight years la the field In SieQy ; tbe eampalga of 1807 in Egypt ; taking of 
Genoa In 1814 ; two campaigns la the United Statea<tf North America, including the taking of Casteen and 
its dependencies on the River Ptmobscot. 

197 W 



SSi'cIJ'iSl ] ^^^ (^ '** Lancashire) RegL of Foot. f ^^S " 

"TA1UPA»'— •* vrrroRiA"--" st. sebastian''—'' peninsula"—" aVa." 

CoUmA. 
9 5tr Wm. Anson,* Bt. R.C.B. ^fu. 13 June, 1789 ; Lieut, k Capt,96 April, 08; 

Capt. k Lieui.'Col, 28 Sept. 97 ; Col. ao Oct 05; Mtfjar-Getu 4 June, 11 ; 

Litut.'Qtn. 12 Aug. 19; Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 47th Rq^t. 85 lUrch, 95. 
Xi«i<^.-Co2(meZ.— Rich. Goodall Ellington,* C.B. Em. 4 Dec. 90 ; Lieut. 10 Feb. 

94; Capt. 1 June, 95; Brevet-Mqjor, 25 April, 08; Regtl.-Mqjor^ PS Msj, 

10; Lieut.'Col. 4 June, 13 ; Co2. 22 July, 30. 
Jtfq;or«.— Philip Dundas,' Ens. 22 Aug. 05; XtA«/. 25 Aug. 07 ; Capt. 16 Nor. 

20 ; Mqfor, P28 June, 31. 
JohnGordon,^ Ens. 12 AprU 25; Lieut. P28'Jan. 26; Capt. p25 Not. SI; 

Af<y'or, P24 March, 38. 



TeftnrS«rr. 


51 


Full 
P.y. 


Half 


47 


24 


35 





15 


A 


25 
27 





14 
15 


ft 




12 





12 





10 





10 





10 





9 





18 





16 





13 





6 





7 





6 





6 





6 





5 





3 





3 





6 





3 





2 





2 





S 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





83 





3 





24 
81 


4ft 




16 





13 






Captains. 
P Edward Dundee* . . . 

John Gordon 

H. W. Egerton Warburton 

George Newcome 

Wm. O'Grady Haly 

William Skipwith 

John Sutton 

John Brice Blake 

Wm. Cha. CaldweU 

Alexander Mitchell .... 
Lieutenants. 

John Lurdner' 

9 Henry M'Nallyf 

William Wise 

James Wm. Crowdy .... 

Henry Bridges 

Desaguiliers West 

Alan James Qulston .... 

William W. Rooke 

Geo. Jas. Vernon 

Tho. W. Elrington 

Wm. Armstrong 

Richard T. Farren 

John Sinnott 

Ensigns. 

R. J. Elrington 

Cha. F. Fordyce 

W. D. P. Patton 

Rob. S. Torrens 

J. F. R. De Courcy .... 
John Wentworth Austen 

James VUliers 

Rob. Nathaniel Cbrke . . 



ENSION. 



never 
28 Sept. 13 



P 19 Jan. 
26 May 
P17 June 
P 19 June 
Pll June 
p 15 June 
P 8 Oct. 
P 5 July 



26 
25 
28 
28 



LIEUT. 



Sept. 
13 Apr. 
P25Mar. 
P 6 July 
P 19 July 
P 18 Jan. 



30 P22 0ct 



30 
30 
31 



5 Sept. 22 
12 Jan. 25 

P21 Feb. 27 
P 28 Mar. 34 
19 July 33 
P25Apr. 34 
P 27 June 34 

6 Sept 34 
P 10 Dec. 35 
P17 Feb. 37 
P 2 June 37 

30 May 34 
25 July 37 



10 Dec 
P 25 Apr. 



14 
20 
28 
26 
31 
31 
33 
33 
34 



P27 June 34 



25 
26 
31 
36 
37 
38 



12 July 

20 May 

17 May 
P 8 Apr. 
P 17 Feb. 
P24Mar. 
P28Sept. 38 
P 19 Oct 38 
P 2 Mar. 39 
P 14 June 39 
P 31 Dec. 39 

31 Jan. 40 
2 Feb. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Oct 29 
Pll June 30 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 14 June 33 
P25 Apr. 34 
P26Feb. 36 
P 17 Feb. 37 
P24 Mar. 38 
P 9 Oct 38 
P 14 June 39 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



% Lleotenuit (Quarter Ifafter) 
Nif to Mrrvd ia tiM PmiiinU 
from Msy 1811, to ths •»! «r 
the wmr, including Um actton 
at Aldca de Ponte; •ief« of 
Clttdad Rodrtfo ; flege of tlM 
forte at and battle of Sala- 
manca ; ficf e of Bnrvoe (••- 
rerelj wounded) ; tbevbole of 
the aklrmith In the Py ie nee i, 
and near Pampeluna ) engafed 
with the enemy lat and M 
Aug. dnrf nf their ivtrtat ; ear- 
ryinf their poaicion 7th and 
8th Aof.; action in front of 
6an Bebartiaa ; battlee oC Nl- 
v«U« and TouIoum; beaidea a frcat many iUf>- 
mishea. Senrad In the Bunneae war. 



P24 Mar. 38 

17 Feb. 38 

P28 Sept 38 

P 19 Oct 38 

P28 Dec. 38 

P 14 June 39 

P 31 Dec. 89 

31 Jan. 40 

Pi^fmuf^.— James Clarke, 27 Sept. 30; Em. 12 Aug. 07 ; Lieut. 5 Nor. 07 ; 

Capt. 19 Mar. 24. 
ilc^Wan^.— John Sinnott, (Lieut.) 25 July, 37. 

Quarter^Maeter.--^ Mic. Nagle/ 4 Nov. 27 ; Em. 9 April, 12 ; Lieut, 85 Dee. 14. 
Surg.—U. T. Mostyn, M.D. 20 Oct 25 ; Astitt.-S. 4 Jan. 10 ; Hoep,^A . 8 July, 09. 
Aii%ttant'Surgeom.^VUi\ieTi Battervby, 28 Sept. 20; Hosp.-Asfiet. 22 Dec 25. 

Thomas Fox, M.D. 29 July, 30 ; Hotp.-Assiet. 15 Mar. 27. 
Faeingi Whitf . — Agent, Messrs. Cox dc Ca 
I Sir. Wm. Anaoo hat received a crom and three claape for Coruniia, Salamanca, Tittoria, Pjr e n eWi 
Rlvelto, Orthea, and Tonlouse. 

5 Cot £lrlnfton*a tenrfcee :— CampaiKna In Holland from 1799 to Feb. 170S, ineludinf the attack en 
PSman, and siege of Vallenciennet. Carribean war of ITWft and in the West Indlet ; ttofe and atormlnff 
of Monte Tl<feo and attack on Buenoa Ayree. Attack and captore of Rae^l-Kimah in the Peralan OuU la 
1600. Commanded a field force at the reduction of Palampoie, Dma, Kiijalu and Yirampore In IB17 ; and 
a brigade daring the Plodarree war. Commanded a brigade up the Persian Oalf in 1819» and from D«e. 
19U, thrott.hottt the Burmeie war. Shot throogh the body before Dunkirk, Sept. 1798^ and threngh the 
thigh at the Island of St. Vincent in Julj, 1798. 

9 Major Oundaa's lerTlcea :— expedition to South America, including the taking of Haldonado^ asie i at 
■kirmlnea, and atonnlng of Monte Video. Several skirmlahea in the East Indiea In 1811. Duimasi war 
ftom Jan. 1898 nntil peace waa pioclnimed. 

4 Capt Oordon aervcd the campaigns of 1818^ 17, and 16, in Malwa ; la the Penfaa Onlf In 1919 nd 90; 
■nd In Avnin 1688 aod8. Woonded at Donabew 96th March, and on the Heights near Pvoaae^ 9d Dee. 1888. 

6 Capt. Dondce serred In the Peninsula in 1814; and in the ftrslan Oulf In 1810 and 90. 
• Lieut. Lardner serred in tlie Burmese war fh>m Dec 1894 until peace was proclaimed. 

7 Ueut. M*NaUy serred in the Peninsula, fhmi Maf, 1806, untU the end of the war, indodtaif YWfIa sad 
Barroaa (woonded In the right leg) ; siege of Tarrifh; attack of Bohea; atege of Cadis ; attach ef Artiagmf 
bridge { retreat IhMB Salaasanca (woonded In the head 19tb Nov. 1819); battle of Tittoria ; slsie ofStn Sehn»> 
liaa;ea^veof the lalaad near St. Jean de Los; battles of the Nive» 0th, 10th, llth and Dsc aad klsekads 
of Bayonao. Served the eampnigm of 1817 and 18 in Malwat to the Peetln Onlf to 1819 and 90, aad to the 

t war, including the siege of Donabew and Prome. Woonded throogh the body at Pronae 9 Oar. 88 
196 



Bmb.llMr Poraifnl 
Stnrtec, 1688. J 



48^A (pT Northamptomhire) Regt of Foot. 



rStnrlnf at 
LOibnltar. 



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s 

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SI 

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2 3 

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** DOURO"— " TALAVERA "— " ALBUHERA"— " BADAJOZ"— " SALAMANCA"— 
« VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"— 

" PENINSULA." 



Ye»r»* 8erv. 



62 



Pall 
Pay. 



41 



30 



29 



Half 



21 
16 
20 
19 
18 
26 
21 
13 
10 
21 

15 

U 

14 

12 

11 

7 

6 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

3 
2 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
23 



6 
2 

2 
2 



iH 






6 
3 


7 




























Colonel, 
Sir Thofl. Hi8lop,< Bart, O.C.B. JSns, 28 Dec. 1778 ; Lieut. 28 Jan. 83; Capt. 

28 Jan. 85 ; Mqjar, 16 Aug. 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 March,95; Col. 29 Apr. 1802; 

Mqjor-Oen. 25 Oct. 09; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Col. 48th 

Regt. 25 Dec. 29. Lieut. -Colonel. 

9 T. Bell,' C.B. Ene. pJS Not. 99; Lieut. p17 Jan. 01; Capt. 12 Sept. 05; 

Brev.'Maj. 26 Aug. 13; Begtl.-Mqj. 25 Mar. 24; Xi€tt^.-Co2. P20 Sept 27. 

Mqjors. 
Patrick MacDougall, Era. 2 Mar. 08; Xi«i^. 16 Feb. 11; Ca;>^P28 Jul7,14; 

Jlfi{;£>r, PlODec. 26. 
9 Peter J. WiUats,^ Ens. 31 Aug. 09 ; Lieut. 2 June, 11 ; Capt. 22 Dec. 14 ; 

Brevet'Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Begth-Mq^or, 4 Not, 38. 











Captains. 
Hon. Arth. Alex. Dalzell 
William A. M'CleTcrty.. 

William Codd 

Robert Cole 

Hunter Ward 

9 Wi Edward Duncan^ 

Chas. Allen Young 

Jas. Webber Smith* 

Benjamin Riky 

Hender MountsteTen^ . . 

Lieutenants. 

Anthony Donelan 

Gordon SkeUy Tidy 

Rob. Chas. Hamilton. . . . 
George Mowbray Lys . . 

John Massy 

John Moore Ross 

Henry Wheeler 

Maurice Emmett 

John Edw. Hall 

Henry Bromley 

CaTcndish S. Boyle .... 

Clifford Felix Henry 

Henry W. Tobin 

Ensions. 

Andrew Green 

DaTid Fullerton 

Robert Bateman 

Robert WarburUm 

John Minchin 

Alexis Corcoran 

Clement W. Strong .... 



ENSIGN. 



29 Apr. 19 
26 Mar. 24 

2 Mar. 20 
21 Not. 16 

P 9 Sept. 19 

3 Sept. 08 
23 Mar. 19 

Pll July 26 
P 9 Not. 30 

30 Dec. 12 



25 
28 
26 
28 
29 



9 Apr. 

15 May 

P 3 Aug. 

2 Mar. 
P 8 Dec. 
P 9 Aug. 33 

11 Feb. 34 
P 19 Apr. 33 
P21 Aug. 35 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 23 Oct. 35 
P25Dec. 35 
P 12 Apr. 33 

12 Jan. 38 
P 15 June 38 
P 7 Sept. 38 
P 8 Sept. 38 
P 14 Sept 38 

30 Not. 38 
18 Jan. 39 
11 Oct 39 



LIEUT. 



5 Feb. 24 
26 Aug. 25 
25 Mar. 24 



CAPTAIN. 



P 26 Dec. 
P31 Dec. 

28 Feb. 
P 20 Apr. 
P 25 Dec. 

30 May 
6 Jan. 



22 
22 
11 
22 
35 
34 
14 



27 

29 



7 Not. 
P 3 Dec. 

28 Apr. 31 

20 Dec. 31 
P 16 Sept 36 
P 13 Jan. 37 

27 Jan. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 15 June 38 
P 7 Sept 38 
P 8 Sept 38 

30 Not. 38 
1 Feb. 89 



P 26 June 27 
P 21 May 29 

23 Mar. 33 
P 14 Aug. 27 
P 10 Sept 25 
P 24 July 17 
P 31 Dec. 27 
P 7 Sept 38 
P 8 Sept 38 

30 Not. 38 



BRETET- 
MAJOR. 



28 June 88 
10 Jan. 87 



8 Hnjor WillatR Mr? ed in tb« 
Peninsula from 181 2 to the end 
of the war» incltidinK the aiefe 
and atorroiog of Ciudad Ro« 
dri^o, aiege and atonninff of 
Bad^Jos from lOth Januarjr to 
6th April, 1818; operation! 
near, and blocliade of Bayonne. 
4 H^jor Duncan aenred at 
the tiege of Flushing in 1800, 
and in the Peninsula from Ang. 
1818 to Oct. 1813, Including 
the battle of Vittoria, and siege 
of 8an Sebastian, where he waa 
severelj wounded 8Ist August, 
1618 ; present at Waterloo, the 
storming of Cambray, and cap- 
ture of Paris. 
Captain Smith was wounded In action at 

Goorg, Madras, April, 1884. 
Obtain Mountateren senred at the attack 

of rarlous poets, 4ec. on the Frontiers of Canada, 

and within the United States in 1818, 14, and 16. 
7 Paymaster Hartley serred at the surrender 

of Martinique ; and taking of Gaudakmpa ia 

1816. 



Geo. Dean Pitt 

Poynuufer.— Bartholomew Hartley/ 30 Oct 85; En0. 15 Jan. 18; LimU.IM 

May, 14 ; Capt. 17 April, 35. 
Ad^utant.-^nenry Wheeler, (Lieut.), 11 Feb. 84. 
QuarteT'Master. — James Earlsman Richardson, 9 Mar. 88. 
Surgeon. — Edward M'lTer, 18 Mar. 36 ; Assiet.-Surg. 3 June, 18. 
Astiet.'Surgs. — Jas. T. O. Johnston, M.D. 3 Aug. 38. 

Edward Wm. Stone, M.D. 5 Oct 38. 
Facingt Buff. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k, Co. — Irish Agent, Borough, Armit, k Co. 
1 Sir Thomaa Hislop served at Gibraltar during its bombardment and sioge; was present 'at the surrender 
of varioua islanda In the West Indies ; and has received a medal for Ouadaloupe. Sir Thomas performed 
distlngttiabed wnrice in the Pindarree and Mahratta war. 

8 Colonel Bell served in the Peninsula flrom 1800 to the end of tbe war, indading the paaaage of the 
Doozo; bcttlaof Albubera (wounded); action at Aides de Ponte; siege of Ctudad Hodrigo; siege and 
•Msnlt of Bad^Joi (sererely wounded) ; battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees, Nlvellc, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Cot B. hat rtceivcd a crota flbr the four last named battles. 180 



Yean' Senr. 



51 



Half 
P«7. 



g^^rVlg^lw iT] 49tt (or Princess Charlotte's, or Herts.) Foot [^S^JiI" 

" EOMONT-OP-ZEE"—" COPENHAGEN"— " QUEBNSTOWN." 

Colonel. 
Sir Gordon Dnimmond/ G.C.B. Snt. 21 Sept 1788; JJ. 31 Mar. 01 ; Cafi. 8t 

Jan. 02 ; JIfq;. 28 Feb. 04 ; Lt-Col 1 March, 04 ; Co/. 1 Jan. 06 ; Mqf-Om. 

1 Jan. 1805; X^.6^en.4 June,ll; C;<m.27 May,25; Co/. 40th R^ 21 Sept 89. 
Lieut.'CohmeU,—^ Bartley,* JSns, 28 Feb. 06; Lieut, p 12 Feb. 07 ; Capt. 10 

Aug. 15 ; Major, p 5 Feb. 24 ; Lieut. -Col 25 April, 28. 
Edmund Morris,' Ens. 21 June, 10; Lieut. 21 April, 13; Capt. I Dec 25; 

Mq;or, P 13 Sept 33 ; Lieut.-Col. P22 Nov. 36. 
Mqfors.—lf Thomas Stephens,^ Ens. 28 Not. 06; Lieut. 18 Aug. 08; Capi. 23 

Dec. 13 ; Mqfor, 4 June, 33. 
Samuel Blyth, Ens. 21 Feb. 11; Lieut.2» April, 13; Copf . 25 April, 28 ; Mqfor, 

P22NOV. 36. 



Pull 
Paj. 

34 
30 

32 

20 



28 
27 
15 
26 
10 
14 
20 
16 
15 
16 

14 
12 
12 
23 

11 
11 
11 


8 
7 
7 
11 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
4 

3 
2 



25 

3 

30 

5 

2 














4 



»A 



Captains. 

Joseph Stean' 

Gilbert Pasley*' 

Thos. Scott Rdgnolds . . 
9 William WUkinson^ .. 

16^ Charles Gregory 

Wm. Bailees Faber .... 
Mitchell Geo. Sparks. . . . 
9 David Mac Andrew ' 

William Johnston 

Robert Campbell 

LiBUTENAKTS. 

Jas. Patrick Meik 

John Leslie Dennis .... 

John Thornton Grant . . 

4^ 9 Thomas Gibbons' .... 

Henry Geoxge Hart .... 

J. Myers Montgomery . . 

Wm. Pamter K. Browne 

Henry Gkuner Rainey . . 

John Heatley 

James Ramsay 

Geo. Francis Bartley .... 

Hugh Pearson 

Sam. Baxter D. Anderson 

John Hinton Daniell .... 

Arthur Robt Shakespear 

Lachlan H. G. Maclean. . 

H. Seymour Michell 

Sydney L. Horton 

Thos. P. Gibbons 

James Brockman 





ENSIGN. 















I 



2ft 


ft 






5 July 12 

26 Jan. 14 

23 June 25 
12 Dec. 00 

27 Feb. 05 
P 10 Apr. 26 

4 Nov. 10 

15 Mar. 13 

P 7 Jan. 26 

21 Sept 15 

P 26 June 26 

25 Apr. 28 

28 Apr. 28 

Sept 12 

1 Apr. 29 

24 Dec. 20 
31 Dec. 29 
12 Apr. 31 
20 Sept 31 
18 May 32 

P 12 July 33 
P 13 July 33 
11 July 20 
Pl4Mar. 34 
P 10 Dec. 34 

26 Dec. 34 
P22May 35 
p 13 Feb. 35 
P 8 July 36 



LIEUT. 



P22 Nov. 36 

David M<Adam , 28 Apr. 37 

Marcus A. Obert :P12Mar.36 



Ensigns. 

Robert BlackaU 

Walter Tyler Bartley. . . 

Joseph Hely 

Geo^ Rand 

Chas. Alex. Halfliide . 
John M'CuUoch OToole 
Clareveaulx Faunt . . . 
Wm. H. Clinton Baddeley 



p 10 Jan. 38 

20 July 38 
16 Feb. 30 

8 Mar. 30 

21 June 30 

22 June 30 
17 Sept SO 



CA PTAIN. 

1 Apr. 29 

P 2 June 28 

P 26 Apr. 31 

1 Sept 08 

8 Dec. 13 

P 22 May 35 

28 June 36 

18 Nov. 36 

P 22 Nov. 36 

22 Mar. 30 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



27 May 26 
10 Jan. 97 



May 13 
10 June 20 

25 Apr. 28 
4 Mar. 01 
2 Aug. 05 

P 28 Aug. 28 

26 Dec. 23 
20 Apr. 15 

P 6 Nov. 27 
26 Apr. 28 

P 10 Oct 27 

22 Sept 30 
12 Nov. 80 

7 Apr. 25 

10 July 32 
2 Jan. 33 
4 Jan. 33 

8 June as 
28 Mar. 34 

p May 34 
P 10 Dec. 34 
P 22 May 35 

23 May 35 

11 Nov. 36 
P 17 Aug. 38 

31 Aug. 38 
22 Mar. 30 

22 Mar. 30 
15 June 30 

23 July 30 

24 July 39 

P 10 Jan. 40 i «>* o* «^ 'w. toeladtaf flw MO* 
of iahmanra t mt^tarm of Ite 
' Pnaeb rear • foaMl, t^4 Htf. 
ISlt t capCur* of Madrid and VsladolM i 
OacfM I bttlClM «r tbt P|i g ii« «<, IMi, IStt. m 
Jttlyi Maya Pm»i baltl* of »• mv«» Stfl « 
D«e. t blockade oT Barooaa » taMi* «r OnkM « 
at Vie and T^rtta. 

11 Dr. P»CMk acrvcd te IIm »■■!— !■ A^ tUf* 
181S, to Um c«d of tha var, l^ladlM <Im hsMn «r 
^■limata and Vlttaria t d«ffa of 
battla of th» tttwm. Svrrad la llM 



6 Oi|C Sttaa** 
paifo ol 179S in HoUaad, Inchidtv 
the action at the laadlnf » 
of IffmoatHi^Sfe. 
Oop«nka(tn la 1801. 
tlM war In North Anerica ta lia 
IS. aad 14. aad w«a woaadad M 

6 Capl. PMlay aarwd at tba Mfr 
of Hattras In 1817. aad aiai* af 
AaMOTfhar la ISia 

7 Col. Wilklniaa acrrad at tha 
eairtiirc of the Cape of Oood Hope 
In 1808» aad In the 
Aujt. 1811 to Dec laia. 
the battle of the Ntve, where be wto 
avverely wounded, aad tor 
battle ht hae leeel^ed a 
BreveC-LleaL-Col. M Joae SS. 

8 CapL Mac Andrew aerrod ta 
the Faaiaaiila aad rraaea. la the 
S7th regt. toela81i« the haldea ef 
the Pyreaeaa. NlTclla, Oribta. aad 
ToalouK. bealrtee vartoua aflhtai ef 



f Lieut. GIbbeae i 
Peafaiflula froaa 8e|iL ISU, 




Pll Oct 30 
Pmfmatter.—IL Ware/" 28 June, 31 ; Ens. 25 Oct 12 ; Lievt. 25 Sept 13. 
Adjutant. — 

Quarter-'Masier. — Henry Mayne, 23 June, 37. 

Surgeon. — 9 J^mes French," M.D. Dec. 24 ; Assist.^Stay. 8 Feb. 10. 
Assist^Surgs.-^. Flyter, 28 Aug. 85. 

It H. Garrett, M.D. 23 Nov. 38. 
Facings Oreen. — Agent , Messn. Cox & Co. 

1 sir OortM Diwnnirt aerrctf la HellaDd l a 1791 aad 8S. and wm pwteat te Mtoiyir a dnri^ the otafi^ aad al 

Matthi tolfcebaWleeC Wh waa al a, aad at the ndai af Otaad Catoa aad Alaaaadila. Sir fl ar d M ai— did fc 

wttoa Bear the PalU of Nlafara, where he waa aeeerely a n a nd aS • 

1 Cot aartley aar^ed la the dwiiili na war, laatodlaff the aoHeaat Part Brlei Pert Oaaife, IS* aNi im Mtp « 
>Mk 1 Part O M»m > att Aiw. IS t aad CrjradarH Par*, where he waa aefwely wuiindid. 

a Celoaet Meivia aaraed to the Aawtlaaa war. ladadlaf the aetiaa al b te n ay Cieek. 

4 M^Jar gtophaaa awiMfnlid the espcditlaa to Walcherea, aad waa priaiai a* the alas* «* Phiahhi|. lareed to 
P»alnaiito freaa Maieh 1810 to toe and of the war, ladndliw the battle of Baaaeo i afcge ol Alawlda t battle ef 
rOnor 1 alanal^ th» Porto at. aad battl* aT SalaMaaea (aeverelr wouadrd ihranch the Htlfh) { atefe oT BargDa ; 
'^abMva \ beMIe eT Vltterto i b la e bad r of Paaipehou ) haulea of the rjneaeci, MtcIIc, Ntva, Oriaca «hd 
■aaf ether 



SanriM,ia54. 



] 60th {or the QueetCs owtC) Regt. of Foot. 



rSerrlng In NtW 
L South Walat. 



Thfi Sphinx vnXb. the words "EGYPT"— «VIMIERA"—"CORUNNA*'—«ALMAREZ" 
" VITTOBIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVE"— " OBTHES"— « PENINSULA." 



Tcan'Senr. 



b« 



¥\kM 
Pay. 



34 



3d 



36 



Half 



2A 



Colonel, 
9 Sir Geo. Townshend Walker,* Bt, G.C.B. 2nd Lieut, 4 Mar. 1782 ; Lieut, 13 

Mar. 83 ; Capt. 13 Mar. 89 ; Mqjor, 28 Aug. 94 ; Lieut-CoL 6 Sept 98 ; Col. 

25 Apr. 1808; Major-Gen, 4 June, 11 ; Lieut.-Gen, 19 July, 21 ^ Gen. 10 

Jan. 37 ; Col, 50th Foot, 23 Dec. 39. 
lAeui.'Coloneh^ll^ Nicholas Wodehouse,* Ens, 3 Jan. 07 ; lAeut, 31 Aug. 07 ; Capf. 

P26 Sept. 11 ; Mqjw, Pl8 Oct 21 ; Lieut,'Col, p2 Sept. 24 ; Col, 28 June, 38. 
Mtyors,—9 Joseph Anderson,^ K.H. JBns, 27 June, 05; Lieut. 6 Oct. 08; Cop^. 

20 Jan. 14; 3f<vor, p 16 Feb. 26. 
9 Thomas Ryan,^ K.H. Ens. 10 Oct. 05; Lieut, 28 Aprfl, 08; Capt, 30 Sept. 19; 

Miy'or, 13 Aug. 30. 



33 





24 





33 





16 


2A 


15 





26 


A 


13 





13 





11 





24 


8A 


21 





15 





15 





9 





8 





7 





7 





7 





B 





4 





4 





2 





2 





4 





3 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





32 


ft 


15 





2 





15 





5 






ENBIGX. 



9 Apr. 07 
Pie May 16 

18 Mar. 07 
P 15 Nov. 21 
PlOMay 25 

19 Aug. 
P 21 June 

28 June 

P 1 Oct. 

13 May 



13 
27 
27 
29 
13 



26 Aug. 08 
2 Nov. 19 

P 14 July 08 
25 Aug. 26 
12 Feb. 28 
30 Sept 19 

P 29 Oct 29 
18 Jan. 33 

P28 May 33 
30 Dec. 19 



19 
25 
25 
31 
32 
33 



4 Nov. 

9 Apr. 

9 Apr. 

P 16 Dec. 

17 Aug. 

P 2 Aug. 

P 9 Aug. 33 

P 16 Aug. 33 

P22 June 32 

16 Sept 36 

16 Dec. 36 

P16 Mar. 38 

P20Jnly 38 

P 4June 36 
P 23 June 37 
P 8 Feb. 39 
P 9 Feb. 39 
31 May 39 
P 20 Dec. 39 
P 8 Mar. 39 



I Aug. 22 
P 26 Nov. 29 

17 Aug. 32 
P 14 Feb. 34 
4 May 36 
P27Jan. 37 
P 20 July 38 
P27 July 38 
P 8 Dec. 37 

27 Nov. 38 
P 9 Feb. 39 
P 20 Dec. 39 
P 10 Jan. 40 



4 Nov. 19 

P 2 Sept 24 

8 Apr. 25 

P 20 Sept 27 

P28 May 33 

12 Jan. 34 
P15 Aug. 34 
P27Jan. 37 
P 20 July 38 

27 Nov. 38 



10 Jan. 37 
28 June 38 
28 June 38 



Captains. 

9 William Turner* 

James H. Seijeantson. . . .• 
9 Fred. C. Montgomery* 

William Fothergill 

Peter John Petit 

George M'Leod Tew ■ 

Hon. John Charles Best . . 

Henry Gunton 

J. Brathwaite Bonham . . 
^JamesWeir' 

LlBTTTENANTe. 

William Sheaife 

Wm. Langley Tudor 

Alex. C. b. Bentley 

Cha. Francis Gregg 

Richard Waddy 

Henry Stapleton 

William Knowles 

Geo. G. M. Cobban 

Sam. Hood Murray 

Henry Needham 

James John Enoch 

Cha. R. Grimes 

Harry Wainwright Hough 
Ensions. 

Jas. G. Smyth 

Charles Green 

Arthur Bernard 

Jos. John Grimes 

James Russell 

John Fleming Parker . . 
Sltnon Pepper Joyce. . . . 

Paymaster,— 9 George Bar tley,» 23 June 26; Ens. 26 Oct 07; Lieut. 13 April, 

09; Cop^ODec. 21. 
A4jutant,—Wm. Langley Tudor, {Lieut.) 18 Jan. 33. 
Quarter-Master. — Joseph Moore, 28 Aug. 38. 
5^ttrfl«m.— John Reid, 5 July 39 ; Assist.-Surg. 6 Oct. 14. 
Assist.'Surg.'-noht. Ellson, 20 Oct 26; Hosp.-Assist. 14 April 26. 
Alexander Graydon, M.D., 15 May, 36. 

Facings Blue. — Agenty Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Geonre Wa&er Berred in Flanden in 1798, and was in the action of the lOth Maj. near Tournay ; 
terred in the expedition to Copenhagen In 1907, and subfequently In the expedition to the Scheldt. Sir 
Geone hai received a croei and two clacpt for Vimiera, Badi^Jos (leTerely wounded), and Orthci, 

a Colonel Wodehovue serred In Portugal from May, 1808, to December, 1811, including the battle of 
▼imierm. campaign from Liabon to Oporto, and battles of Busaco and Faentes d'Onor ; served the campaign 
of iai4 in thaiouth of France, including the aflUr at Tarbes and battle of Toulouse. 

a Maior Anderson's serrices :— EzpediUon to Calabria, including the battle of Maida and subsequent 
Mwratiras. and capture of the fortress of Catioue; expedition to Egypt in 1807; Peninsula finom April, 
nmi to Jaonarr. 1818, indnding the battles of TaUvera (wounded), and Busaco ; retreat to the Unee of 
Totks Vedras, and Tarious afftin there ; with the advance at EspeniUi; battle of Fuentea d'Onor; beeide« 
many other3hirB and skirmishes; served at the «ipture of Ouadaloupe in 1815. ^ ^ , . , ^ 

4Malor Bran accompanied the expedition to Walcheren In 1809 ; served in the Peninsula and received 
a severe sabre wound in the head, and several other wounds at Fuentes d'Onor. 
dOl 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. I BREV.-MAJ. 



Mi^r Turner's serrices:— 
Battles of Boleia, Vimiera, 
and Corunna; siege of Flush- 
ing ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 
Arroyo de MoUno, AlmareL 
Albadetarmoe, Baighar, and 
Vittorla, where be was severely 
wounded; right arm amputated. 

6 H^|or Montgomery's ser- 
vices ^— Campaign and battle 
of Corunna; expedition to 
Walchercn and siege of Flosh- 
ing ; campaigns of 1811 and IS 
In the Peniasala. 

7 Captain Weir served in the Peninsula fh>m 
November, 1812, to October, 1814» including the 
battles of Nivelle and Orthes. 

8 Captain Bartley served the Comnna cam- 
paign, and subsequently in the Peninsula ffom 
March, 1811, to the end of the war, and wa« 
engaged at Almaies, Alba de Tonnee, Baighar^ 
Vittoria, Pyrenees 26th, 20th, and 87th July, 
Pampeluna 28th and 80th July. 



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9 Sir BcnJ. D'Urban,* K.C.B.&K.C.H., Comet, April, 1794; Xmc^. 1 Jii]y,94; 

Capt.^Jvdy,Q4; M^ar2l Nov. 99; Lieut.'Col, 1. Jan.1805; CoZ. 4Jiuie,18; 

Mqjor-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; LUut.-Gen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Col 5l8t Light Infimtrj, 

Dec. 29. 
Li£ut'-Coion6l'^9 WL W. H. EUiott,' K.H. JSru. p6 Dec. 09 ; Lieut, Pld Aug. 

12 ; Capt. P9 Nov. 20 ; Mqjor p 12 July, 31 ; Lieut.-Col. P27 June 38. 
Mqfori.—Bdw. St. Maur, Sns. p22 June, 15; Lieut, P 16 Nov. 20 ; Capt. PS9 

Hay, 23 ; Mqfor p 1 July, 37. 
9 m Fred. Mainwaring,' JEns. 5 April,10; Lieut, 15 April,13; C(ip<.4 Dec.28; 

Mqfor P 27 June, 88. 



Captains. 

raOUve^D.AinBWorth^ 
lWmiamAu0tin\.. 

Seth NuttaU Fi8her 

Edward Parker 

Arnold Chas. Brrington. . 

Harry RoUes 

Percy Rice 

Charles Holden 

Wm. Henry Hare 

Edward Forman 

LlECTBNANTS. 

Rich. D.Baker 

Augustus Thomas Rice. . . 

Edmund Isham 

Uen.Chas. Capel Somerset 

Henry M'Farlane 

James Gates 

Francis Carey 

George Bagot 

Hon, David Brskine .... 

Edward Corbett 

Car. A. H. Rumbold 

Ensiohs. 

Ang. J. W. Northey 

Aug. Hen.Irby 

Fra. C. Doveton 

Francis Chas. Skumy. . . 

Walter Kirby 

W. Douglas Scott 

Bdw. Hen. Kelly 

O. B. B. Waiburton 

Arthur 8. Otway 

Arthur Miller Harris. . i . 
Pa^pnatter. 



ENSIOK. 



11 April 09 
5 Sept. 11 
P 12 Feb. 24 
P 14 April 25 
P 4 Feb. 26 
PSODec. 26 

14 Aug. 28 
P 8 June 26 
P 9 Aug. 31 

31 Aug. 15 

13 Sept. 31 



P 11 Oct. 
P31 Aug. 
P 40ct. 
P28 Nov. 

11 July 
P22May 

26 June 
P31 July 
P 10 Mar. 
P 1 July 



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32 
33 
34 
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35 
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37 



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26 July 10 

6 April 18 

P 13 May 26 

4 Dec. 28 

18 Sept. 31 

P 11 Oct. 31 

P28 Nov. 34 

P22 May 35 

P25 Dec 35 

8 April 25 



CAPTAIX. 



P 14 July 37 
P 15 July 37 
P2 8ept. 37 
P 7 Oct- 37 
P22 June 38 
P27 June 38 
P14 8ept.38 
6 Oct 37 
21 June 39 



P 16 Dec. 
PIO Mar. 
P 1 July 
P14 July 
P 15 July 
27 Feb. 



36 
37 
37 
37 
87 
35 



BREV.-XAi. 



14 Aug. 28 

26 Sept. 34 
P 3April35 
P16Dec. 36 
P 14 July 37 
P 15 July 37 
P 2 Sept. 37 
P 7 Oct. 37 
P27 June 38 

7 Sept 38 

4 Capt. AIntworth ferrsd at 
the siege of Pliuhiaf , mad tub* 
•eqaentlj In the PeoinmlA, In- 
cluding the battle ot Pn«nl« 
d'Onor, and 8d eie^e of Badi4<u- 
Preeeni at Waterloo. 

6 Capt. Auftfai aenred In the 
Peninsula, from Oct 1611 to 
April. 18 la, Including the ikft 
and ftorm of Qudad Rodrigo. 
Served tbe campaign of 1814 ia 
Holland, inclndlng tbe taking 
of the fortUed viDage of Utt» 
xem. Preaent on the Utb 
June at Watailoo. 



P 2 Sept 37 
P 7 Oct 37 
P27 June 38 
P21 June 39 
P 26 July 39 



Pa^nsater (Hbb» iMTed In the 
fh>m Jan. 1811 until the end of tbe 
wae tcTerelf woonded in the 
rena M March, I81S. Preient at 

7 Quarter.-Mafter Kenny eared at the taUag 
of Gaatlae In North Amedea ia 1814. 



P 26 July 30 
John Oibbs,* 15 Feb. 10. 
^i^'ti^on^.— Franda Carey (Lieut.) 16 March, 38. 
Quarter-Moiter.'-'Wmua Kenny,^ 10 June, 13. 
^vrpem.— James Lowrie Tighe, 10 Jan. 40; Astiit.^Swrg. 90 Oct 26 ; Hetp,' 

Atriet. 24 June, 15. 
Asriet.-'SttrgeonM, — ^Wm. John Power, 14 July, 37. 
Thomas Bartlett, 4 Aug. 37. 

Faeingt Bine.— Affent, Sir John Kirkland, No. 80 PaD-MalL 

1 Sir Bei^amln D'Urban baa reeelTed a croae and Are datpa fur Buaaoo, Albuhera, Bad^|ot, fftlairt*! 
Tlttoria, Pjrreneee, Nlvelle, NWe, and Toulouae. 
8 Col. Elliott senred at tbe battle of Puentet d*Onor ; flieges of Badafos, and Ciudad Rodrigo ; aflhir 



Moraioo ; battle of dalamanca; capture of Madrid and Retlro ; ilege and retreat from Burgee ; battta of 
the Prreneei, NIrelle, and Ortbea. Preient at Waterloo, and capture of Cambray. 

a M^lor Malnwaring lerved in the Peninsula, from March, 1811 to Jan. 1814, including the battle of 
Ptentee d'Onor; 9d siege of Bad^foi; Tal Moreseo ; Salamanca; retreat from Burgos; capturi of Betiro, 
Madrid ; battles of Vittoria, P yiw n ee s, and IflveUe. Present on the 18th June at Waterloo. 
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*f HINDOOSTAN"— « VIMIERA"— " CORUNNA"— BUSACO"— " FUBNTKS lyONOR" 

"CIUDAD »ODRIGO"--"BADAJOZ"— " SALAMANCA"— "VITTORIA"— 

" NIVELLE"— « NIVE"— « 0RTHE8"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"— 

" WATERLOO." 



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Colonel. 
9 Sir Thomas Arbnthnot/ K.C.B. En», 23 Noy. 96 : Lieyi. 1 May, 06 ; Copt. 

26 June, 98 : Major, 7 April, 08 ; Lieut.-Col. 24 May, 10 ; Col 4 Jane. 14; 

Major-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieui.-Oen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 62iid Light Infantry, 

23 Dec. 39. 
Lteut.'Cokmel-^Wm. Blois, JEns. p 3 May, 15 ; Lieut. P30 Aug. 21 ; Capt. p 14 

July, 26; Mqjor, p 12 Aug. 34 ; Lieut.-Col. P 11 May, 39. 
3fq;or«.— Richard French, Bm. p 9 June, 25; Lieut. p30 Dec. 26; Capt. p2 

Mar. 32 ; Mqfor, p 11 May, 39. 
Henry Samuel Davis, JSns. 13 Apr. 27 ; Lieut, p 8 Oct. 30; Capt. p 17 July 35 ; 

Mc^or, P 13 Dec. 39. 



Captains. 
Cecil Wm. Forester .... 
Hon. Hatty Cav. Grey . . 
Joshua Allen Vigors .... 
Wm, Amherst Hale .... 

Fred. G. Bull 

Hon. R. Le Poer Trench 
Evelyn H. F. Pocklington 

George Murray 

Bryan Palmes 

Hon. Walter Arbuthnott 

LlEUTBNANTB. 

George Hall 

John George Jarvis .... 

George Campbell 

Chas. Jas. Conway Mills 

C. Albert Denison 

Hen. M. Brownrigg .... 

J. H. Alleyne 

Frederick Carden 

Chas. Geo. Fountalne . . 
Loftus W. Peacocke .... 

William Corbett 

Ensigns. 
Rich. Davies de Winton 
Rob. Octavius Cumming 
Rob. B. Arthur Purvis . . 
Cha. Fra. Wedderbume. . 

Fred. J. Wilson 

John Archdall 

Edgar Ratcliffe 

Wm. Fred. Foxcroft Jones 
John Mills Hawkins 
M. Van Kerkwyk Bowie 



ENSIGNS. 



P 1 Aug. 26 
P 9 Nov. 30 
P 19 Sept. 26 
P 30 Dec. 26 
26 Oct. 27 
P 16 Jan. 29 
P 10 Feb. 29 
P 25 June 30 
P 8 Oct. .30 
p 3 Aug. 30 

14 May 29 
P 30 Aug. 33 
P 13 Mar. 36 
P26Dec. 34 
P 22 Sept. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P26May 38 
P 27 July 38 
P21Sept. 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P23 Nov. 38 

39 
39 
39 
39 

P 1 June 39 
P 30 Aug. 39 
P 20 Sept. 39 
P 21 Sept. 39 
31 Jan. 40 



18 Jan. 

22 Feb. 
Pll May 
P31 May 



LIEUT. 



14 May 29 
P 6 Apr. 33 
P 17 Sept. 29 
P 25 June 30 
P 8 Feb. 31 
P 2 Mar. 32 
P 30 Aug. 33 
P 12 Aug. 34 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P 4 Dec. 



P 18 July 34 
P 2 Nov. 38 
21 Dec. 38 
P 28 Aug. 38 
Pll May 39 
P24May 39 
P 31 May 39 
P 30 Aug. 39 
P 20 Sept. 39 
P 13 Dec 39 
P 31 Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Dec. 35 
P 25 Dec. 35 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 2 Nov. 38 
P23N0V. 38 
Pll May 39 
P24 May 39 
P 30 Aug. 30 
P 20 Sept. 30 
P 13 Dec. 30 



BREV.-XAJ. 



P 1 Feb. 40 
Paymaster.— T. Miller Creagh, 21 June, 39 ; Ens. 23 Feb. 25 ; Lieut. 6 Mar. 26. 
il^^'u^an/.— George Campbell, {Lieut.) 8 Nov. 39. 
Quarter-Master.— V. Clune, 29 Dec. 37. 
Surgeon.— John Wilson, 18 Oct. 39; Assist. -Surg. 1 July 24; Hosp.- Assist. 

14 Dec. 20. 
il«ffi«#aitf.-5ttr^S9iM.— William Robinson, M.D. 11 Jan. 39. 

George William Macready, 23 Aug. 39. 

Fadngs BufT. — Agent, Sir John Klrkland 

' 1 Sir ThoBUM Arlmthnot has reealfad a cro« and ona elaq> for Roleis and Ylmltra, Oomnna, PymiaMf 
KWaUe, and OrthM. 
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■?.V£7?Sif"] «3rrf {or Ou Shropshire) Regt. of Foot [^SJtJl^ 

"KIBirPOBT"— "TOURNAY"— ^' ST. LUCIA"— ^^TALAVBRA"— '^SALAMANCA-— 
*< VnTOR IA"— *' PYRENEES"-^' WIYBLLE"— « TOULOUSE"—** PENINSULA." 

CdUmeL 

30 May, 

Co/. 28 

63rd Re9t.l9 Not. SO! 
Xieuf.-CofofMZ.— Rich. Fred. HiU, .Bru. p 24 Jane, 19 ; Lieut. P 12 June, 23 ; 

Capt P27 Aug. 26; Mqfor, p 11 June, 30; Lteui.-Col, P 13 May, 36. 
Jf<i;Vwt.— Philip Hill, .&w. Pll Mar. 24; Xttfwe. p17 Sept. 26; Cmt. P29 

Aug. 26 ; Mqfar, p 18 May, 86. 
Harry Shakespear PhiUips, Comet, p6 Jan. 24; Lieut, p 12 May, 25; Capt. 

P 14 Feb. 28 ; Mt^'ar, p 31 Aug. 38. 



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Captains. 
m John Lewis Black* 
Rich. FaUowes Walond . . 

Thomaa Camegy 

Wm. Qeorge Gold 

Edward Bond 

WUUam O'Brien 

C. Edw. DawBon Wairen 

Richard Dyott 

Adolphns Fred. Bond . . 
Thoinaa Smart 

LlBUTBNAlTTa. 

J. Butler Wheatstone . . 

John H. Allei 

Charles Inge 

Wellmgton Stewart 

Han. St. G. Gerald Foley 
William Follows . 
Marley Hutchinson 
Rich. Butler Low . 

Robert Spring 

Wm. R. Mansfield . 
Charles Lempriere. 
Wm. Rich. O. Gore 
MaTJmllian A. Nethercote 
Ensigns. 

G. P. Mansel 

R. Newton Phillips . 
T. Harrey Bathurst . 

Wm. J. Vemer 

Hen. Martin Atkins . . 
John Geo. Cooke .... 
Cha. Hamilton Fenton 
Edward Fellowes 



BNSION. 



22 Apr. 13 

P 26 July 21 

P 17 Sept 26 

7 Apr. 26 

P 8 Mar. 27 

18 Jan. 26 

P 6 June 27 

P 11 Oct 27 

3 Apr. 28 

P24July 28 

I May 21 
P 29 Aug. 26 
P 7 Jan. 30 
Pll June 30 
P 29 June 32 

13 Sept. 32 
P 14 Sept. 32 
P 8 Nov. 33 
P 14 Feb. 34 

27 Not. 36 
P 4 Dec. 36 
P29Dec. 36 
P 12 Aug. 34 

PIS May 36 
P 27 May 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
6 Apr. 88 
P 31 Aug. 38 
P 12 Oct. 38 



LIEUT. 



10 Mar. 14 
P 9 June 26 
P24July 28 

26 June 28 
Pl6Sept.29 
P 8 June 80 
Pll June 30 
P 14 June 31 
P29June82 
P 14 S^t 32 

31 Mar. 26 
P 26 Nov. 29 
P26Feb. 36 
P 13 May 36 
P 27 May 86 

28 May 86 
P 10 Mar. 87 
p 1 Dec. 87 
p 4 Dec. 86 
P 31 Aug. 38 
P 12 Oct 88 
P 12 Apr. 89 
P 30 July 86 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P16June26 28June38 

P 11 July 26 

Pll June 80 

P 20 June 82 

P26Feb. 86 

P 18 May 36 

P 1 Dee. 37 

P81 Aug. 38 

P 12 Oct. 88 

P 12 Apr. 89 

4 Captaio Pvtejrwnvd in 
the Peniosulm from Feb. IBII to 
tha end of the wmr. 

6 Qnarter-Jf Mier Fdr wrrad 
in the expedition to 8o«th 
America in 1807, InctodinR the 
■tormlnf end cnptnre of Monte 
Video (wooadedX atteek and 
reduction of the anemj'e eanp 
at Calonla, adranoe and attack 
on Buenoe Arrae, attack and 
redaction of the oonTent of 8u 
Domingo, at which be wat 
taken priaoner. In the Praia- 
iula, nnder Sir John Moore, 
tneludiDg the retreat to Co- 
nuina. Ezpaditfon to 
cberen, 1800. 



Wal- 



P 12 Apr. 89 
P22 Apr. 89 

il4yii««ia.— WaUam Follows (Lieut.) 18 Sept 82. 

^:j^il^V^?,'^ *'•''• '* '"^^^ ^' >t*^..5«r^. 27 Dec. 10; 

^^i!!i^i*i:£^??T"*~^^b^^ 3 Aug. 26 ; Haip..Asriit. 24 Not. 25. 

Thos. CWl>»«th Logan M.D. 29 July, 80; Hoip.^Ami^.S May 28. 
Faeit^fi KetL—Ageni, McMn. Cox Sc Co. 

ta^ ^^Or^th^Ml^^W^^ *"*^ «' AldoHlo-CSamj) nod M lUtur Serre- 

2Sha.i:c;i^rJ^*iSSeS^^ lUee.^d ]R5K 

KlTe, Ofthee. and TonloJS; nfa iSSibte wS^SlSS?; n^'SS^T^TV!^ Pyreoeea. Nltalle. 
a Maior Black aerred at wJumm^^mT*!^ i2ffcT!J??S.*l Bumco, and loot hU rtf ht arm at WatOTton^ 

NlTeileand Tonioaaa. a«amnnca, ▼ittorla, and the Pyreneea; ereaetog the Blrtmaoa ; hattlea ef 

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'^slj.fS.'iSm 54M (or the West Norfolk) Reginu nit of Foot. [^?f„!S;':* 

The Sphinx, wit h the words " EGY PT"—** AVA." 

CoUmeL 

Isaac Gasooync,* JE?n#. 8 Feb. 1770 ; i^ieu^. & Cop^ 18 Aug. 84; Capt, k. Lieut- 
Col, 6 Dec. 92; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Major^Gen. 1 Jan. 1801; Lieut-Qen. 25 
April, 08; Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Co2. 54th Regiment, 1 June, 16. 

LUut.'Cols.^9 Wi Mildmay Fane,' JStu. 11 June, 12; Lt. 25Sept. 13; Capt. 
P 28 July, 14 ; Mqf. P 2 March, 20 ; Lt.-Col. p 12 June, 23 ; CoL 28 June, 38. 

9 Jolm Reed,' Ens. p 26 March, 99 ; Lieut. 21 March, 00 ; Capt. 12 May, 08 ; 
Brevet'Mqjor, 27 May, 25 ; Regtl.-MqjoTy 2 June, 25 ; Lieut.-Col. p 20 July, 30. 

MqJors.—Wi John Clark,* K. H. Ens. 2 June, 14; Lieut. 27 Nov. 21 ; Capt. 
P 29 Aug. 26 ; Afiyor, P25 Dec. 29. 

W. Beetham,*^n. 5 Oct. 04; Lt. 18 July, 05 ; Capt. 16 Ja. 12 ; Mqj. p8 Apr. 26. 



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Captains. 

WiUlamCox" 

9[ii Charles Hill 7 

9 John Norman* 

Aylmer Dowdall^ 

R. Tyrrell Rob. Pattoun**' 

Wm. Yorke Moore 

Frederick Parr 

9 Q29 Edward Wells ".. 

Robert Parr 

Jasper Byng Creagh .... 
Lieutenants. 

George Holt 

John Beach Dodd " 

John Stoddard »» 

Garnet Man 

J. Twisleton Bayley 

John Ross Wheeler 

Henry Brown 

Uriah Boyd 

J. Brett Chalk 

Donald MO^onald 

Launcelot Edward Wood 
Henry David Williams . . 

Rowland Moffat 

George Frederick Long. . 
Charles Fade Heatley . . 
Seton Lionel Smith .... 

Ensigns. 

Thomas Mostyn 

Henry J. Warre 

Pat. L. C. Paget 

Jolm Arthur Skurray . . 

George Poulett 

Geo. Cnmming Miller.. . . 
Stephen Roland Woulfe 



ensign. 



1 May 06 

12 May 14 

2 July 12 
20 May 13 

11 Jan. 16 

15 Dec. 25 
P 20 April 26 

26 June 16 

P 28 Feb. 28 

9 Apr. 25 

10 Aug. 23 
24 May 24 

3 Jan. 17 

13 Jan. 25 

16 Aug. 25 
30 July 28 

14 Aug. 28 
P 10 June 26 
P 12 July 27 

20 April 29 
P 21 May 29 
P 25 Dec. 29 
P 22 June 32 
P 27 Sept. .33 

19AprU33 

12 Feb. 36 

8 July 36 
8 Feb. 87 

11 Aug. 37 
8 Aug. 38 

P 22 Mar. 39 
p 



LIEUT. 



P 8 Aug. 07 

20 Nov. 21 
9 Nov. 15 
2 Mar. 17 

10 Aug. 23 
P 12 Dec. 26 
P 12 April 27 

25 Dec. 23 
P 21 May 20 

12 June 28 

12 Sept. 25 

31 Oct. 25 

7 AprU25 

15 Mar. 27 

29 July 28 

P 25 Dec. 20 

P 31 Dec. 29 

P 15 June 30 

23 Feb. 31 

2 Jan. 32 

P 22 June 32 

9 July 32 

P 7 Aug. 35 

P 17 June 37 

7 July 37 

P 19 July 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BIIEV.-MAJ 



10 Jan. 87 



21 Sept. 15 
5 Jan. 26 
9 July 32 
2 May 29 
2 Sept. 34 
P 19 July 33 

P 7 Alio* *\Fi 10 C«pt Pitlomi 

I JUiy OO •tormandeaptare 

P 22 Mar. 39 «' ^ot «««*- 
P 5 Oct. 32 IT^IToKJIm"^ 

bum In Slo PoofM in 18l7i and 
Bans Town, River Gambia, in 1818. 

II Cape Weill lerred with the 
IStb Drafooni In tta« Penlnaula, 
from Feb. 1810 to the end of the 
war, Indudlnt the cavalry eagngt- 
nent between Campo Majror and 
Bad^os (waaadcd) t battles of Al- 
bttbera, Abnares. Vittoria, Pjrre- 
neee, Orthet, and Touloaae. Let 
broken bjr a fun-shot wound on the 
ladi June at Waterloo. 

11 Lieut. Dodd aerved In the 
Burmese war. Including the actions 
of the Sflth, >7th, awl SBth March, 
182&. 

IS Lieut Stoddard served In the 
MahratU eampalfn of 1818 ; also la 
the Burmese war, ineladlof the 
actions at Mahattee and Araean. 

14 Paymaster Bariow served in the 
Peninsula tnm Aug. 1810 to April. 
1811. 



Present at the battle of 
Jubblepore In thc'East Indies, 19tb Dee. 1817. 

IS Quarter-master Willox served the campaign of 
1814 In Holland, including the action at Merzera Sd 
Feb. and bo^ibardment of Antwerp. Present an the 
17th and ISth June at Waterloo, and subsequent taking 
of Cambray. Served also In the Burmese war, in- 
cluding the actloiiB at Mahnttee and Araean. 

18 Dr. Stephensoa served at the taking of Kandy in 
Ceylon In 181S ; also in the f^andyan Rebellion in 1817 
and 18, and was sevenely woundod in the left thigh 
S6th Oct. 1817. 

14. 



19 July 39 
P 31 Jan. 40 
Paymaster,—!^ Cuthbert Barlow,>«3 Jan. 28 ; Ens. 7 Jan. 10; Lieui. 13 Jan 
^4^M#fln/.— -George Holt, (Lieut.) 2 Sept. 34. 
Quarter-Master.—^SSL James Willox/^ 27 Sept. 27. 
Surgeon. — ^Thomas Gordon Stephenson/' M.D. 8 April, 86 ; Assistant-Surg, 

2 July, 18; Hosp.- Assist. 21 Feb. 14. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Richard Houstoun Everard, M.D. 10 June, 35. 

Edward Mockler, 25 Sept. 35. 
Facings Green. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

I Oca. OnicOyne served the can^algns In Flanders, and was severely wounded at LIncellesi and again on the retreat from 
Mottvaiz to Robals. 

S CoL Fane served in the Peninsula from Dae. 1811 to March 1814, Ineludliw the battle of Vittoria \ assault and capture 
of San Sebastian, and battles of the Nive on 9 and 13 Dec IS. Served at Waterloo on the I6th (severely wounded), le ]A Jun(>. 

S Col. Reed served at the siege of Flushing In 1809, and in the Peninsula from June, 1811, to March. 18U. including the 
action at and heights above Moresco t battie of Salamaaea ; capture of Madrid and Retlio ; aetloa at Olnuu, an J battle a 
VittorU, where he was severely wounded in ttie right shoulder. 

4 M^or Clark was engaged at Waterloo on the 18th June, and stormiag of Cambray, Mth June, 1818. Scrrrd the eam- 
paigns of 1814 and 5 in Ava, including the taking of Rangoon. Kimendinc. Kamaroot, and Mahattee. Led the citaek upop 
the IbrtSflcd heights at Araean. and was severely wounded in the neck, arm, and left side. 

5 M^lor Bectham served in the Egyptian expedition of 1807. also at the taking of SanU Maura. 
S Mailor Cox served at Travaneorv In 18(W, and In Ava in 1629. 

7 C^pl. Hill was engaged on the 17th and I8lh June, at Waterloo, and the subsequent taking of Cambray. Served in 
Caflhmrla In 18S0 and tl. Also In the Burmese war, incladlng the taking of Mahattee, and Araean. 

8 Capt. Norman was present at the batUe of Vittoria, and severely wounded and taken prisoner in the Maya Pau, In the 
Pyrcneca. He has since served 15 yean In India. 

9 Capt. Dowdall served the Mahratta campaign of 1818, including the taking of Loxhur, Kooance, and Ryghur. 
Sevcrsiy wounded at the storming of Rarrfc In 1819, having sustained the total loss of sight of the right eye, a portion of the 
^tm — it Jpjr W. ikrT«t in tht Biirmr«e war, and was severely wounded at Dalla, near Rangoon, 9th Dee. ISSL 



Emb. for For. 
StfTlM. lasi. 



Yean'Scrr. 


66 


Full 


Half 


P»y. 


p«y. 


39 


lA 


25 


2 


26 





14 





32 


1 


25 





28 


^ 


12 





24 


H 


14 





19 

11 


1 


13 





14 





14 





14 


11* 


12 





10 





13 





9 





12 





8 





8 





7 





7 





10 





5 





6 





5 





6 






























2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





2 





1 





1 





1 





18 


A 


6 





1 





26 


A 


1 






] 65/A {or the Westmoreland) Regt. of Foot. [ •£i?fttSJ!' 

ColoneL 
9 Sir WilUam Henry Clinton,* O.C.B. Comet, 22 Dec. 1784 ; LUut, 7 lUr. 

87; Cap^ 9 June, 90; Lieut. -Col. 2d Dec. 94; Col. 1 Jan. 1801; Mqfar- 

Gen, 25 April, 08; Lieut.- Oen. 4 June, 13; Gen. 22 July, 30: Col. 65th 

Regiment, 25 April, 14. 
Xufttf.-C(0£f.— 9 James Holmes Schoedde,* Ens. May, 00; Lieut. 8 Oct. 01 ; 

Capt. P19 Sept. 05; Brev.-Mq;. 21 June, 13; B^th-M^^. i'20 Jan. 25; 

Lieut. Cot. P20 Mar. 29. 
Peter Edmonstone Craigie,* jl?iu. p3 June, 13; Lieut. P29 Sept 14; Capt. P24 

Oct. 21 ; Mqjor, PIO Aug. 26; Lieut.-Col 21 Nov. 34. 
Mqfors.—ChsLTin Warren,* Ejis. 24 Nov. 14; Lieut. 13 Nov. 18; Capt. 

V 1 Aug. 22 ; Mqjor, 21 Nov. 34. 
David Lynar Fawcett, Ens. p6 Apr. 26; Lieut. P21 Nov. 28; Capt. 21 

Nov. 34 ; Mqjor, p7 Feb. 40. 



Captaiiys. 

Norman Maclean^ 

Colin Campbell 

Archdale Sharpin' 

John Homer 

9 Arthur O'Leaiy^ 

Mackenzie Wilson 

Fred. Wm. Edw. Barrell . . 
Hen. Chas. B. Daubeney 

Aug. H. S. Young 

John BaiUie Rose 

Lieutenants. 
Aug. Hen. Chaproniere. . 
Wm. Thos. Colman . . . . 
Thos. Ancrum Heriot' . . 

John Coats 

Hector M'Caskill 

Thomas De Havilland . . 

Edward Warren 

Gus. Travers Brooke . . . . 

Hume Edwards 

W. Holland L. D. Cuddy 
Henry Thomas Butler . . 

Qeorge Hamilton 

Joseph Rogers Magrath 
Wm. Peregrine Taylor . . 
Edwin Qream Danlell . . 
Montague Barbauld . . . . 
W. Havihmd Fairtlough 

Henry H. Warren 

Wm. Charles Finder . . . . 

Edmund Pitman 

Henry Fred. Saunders . . 

Danid M<Coy 

Qeoige King 

Ensigns. 

John Frend 

John Wilton 

Chas. Augustas Daniell . . 

Timothy Crowe 

Qeorge Schaw 

Tho. Oldham O. Rogers. . 
Henry John White Egan 
John Magnire 



ENSIGN. 



17 Sept 07 
3 Oct. 15 
1 Jan. 07 

P 3 June 28 

18 Apr. 11 
P Aug. 26 

17 Feb. 20 
12 Mar. 29 

6 Dec. 27 
P 8 Apr. 26 

P 14 Dec. 26 

7 Sept. 15 
P21 Nov. 28 
P 2 Nov. 30 

29 Nov. 27 
P 5 Apr. 31 
P 26 Apr. 32 
P 22 June 32 
P 26 July 33 
P31 May 33 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P 16 June 30 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 10 July 35 
P 2 Oct. 35 

23 May 34 
P12 Aug. 36 
P 9 Dec. 36 
P 13 Dec. 33 
P27Jao. 37 

30 July 36 



LIEUT. 

23 Feb. 09 
23 June 21 
23 Jan. 12 

P 5 Apr. 31 
25 Jan. 14 

P 5 Mar. 29 

13 June 30 

9 Aug. 31 

P18N0V. 31 
18 May 32 

12 June 30 

13 June 30 
P 5 Apr. 31 

3 June 32 

4 June 32 
15 Feb. 33 
11 July 34 
20 Apr. 35 

P 7 Aug. 35 



27 Nov. 35 
P 18 Mar. 36 

22 July 36 
P 9 Dec. 36 

29 Mar. 38 
P 7 Sept. 38 

28 Dec. 38 

29 Dec. 38 
4 Feb. 39 

p 3 June 36 
P28Sept39 
27 Dec. 37 
25 May 381^15 Now.39 
P 19 Oct 38 P 7 Feb. 40 



P 7 Sept 38 
29 Dec. 38 

P 18 Jan. 39 
1 June 38 

P 14 June 39 

P28 8ept39 
29 Nov. 39 



CAPTAIN. I BRBT.-lf AJ, 



29 Mar. 27 
P20Jan. 32 

11 July 34 
P 7 Aug. 36 

27 Nov. 35 
P29Jan. 36 
P 5 Feb. 36 
P28 0ct 36 
P 7 June 39 
P 7 Feb. 40 



a CoL Craigl* a 
|mUc« of IBU Ip HeUawl. Id «Iii<I ^ 
tiM ftttaeb «■ McncB^ mad ban- 
bardacBC of Andrcrpi 

« M^tor Wanaa mm 
Brook wcra oo— <ad ta 
Coorf , llMlnt. April. iSM. 

5 Captela Macteaa lenrvd 
Bonoc M war. iDcltidlac tha e 
or Saabyka and MallooA. 

« Cape Sharpla tarvwd bi Aa 



f»- 



Nlvdl*. aad 



tbeilcfaor Hattoaa. 

7 CupL Crhmrf 
palgai of 1811. It. awl IX la ika 
PcnlBMila, techidlag tba 
Cindad Radrlrs battla of 
nuDca, itega of Buqraa, aad 
tiaat therrAroai. Sarrtd la 
Napaul war, 

WOlUMfad te 

bcifliu et Harri^ara. lid 
181C Scrrad alio i 
war ta IBI7 and la 

8 LIcvtBtrtoC 
woaadcdat Coorf. 

8 Pttymaitcr Daalall*! 
Part of tha eaapaiftt la 
Sir JalM Moon. Stof* of 
tiiff. Ptatauttta, ftoB Joljr, ISIS m 
P*^ 1814, ladadliv lb 
tba Slat Aag. la tba 

lafraal of 8«. 
or iko Ni«« 8lh, lOlli, Md 

1SI4 la 





P 7 Feb. 40 
Pajpnajrer.HP Cynu DanieU,* 14 March, 22; Snd Lieut. 8 Vot. 21. 
Atffutant.—Joaeph Rogerv Magrath, {Lieut.) 19 Sept 37. 
Quarter-Master.— Jtme^ Wm. Grigg, 22 June, 39. 

Surgeon.— A rehibald Shanks,** M.D. 20 Maich, 35 ; Aseist.-Surg. 17 Mareh. 14 : 

Hotp.- Assist. 9 VoY. 18. v « » 

Assist.-Surg$.—J. Hartley Sinclair, M.D. 21 Dec. 26; Hotp.-Assist. 14 Apr.tO. 

John Stewart Smith, M.D. 22 Nov. 39. 
Pacini^ Qreen.'—Ageni, Mesurs. Cox 4t Co. 

I Sir Wmiaai Rcary Olataa aiabarfccd wMh Iko Ouaidi far HollMd, aad wrrad Ikt aoHBaIn aT 1] 
prawnC ai dha faUowtaw baillca. ilagca. ftc rta, i-Paiaan, ValnMlnaca. Dnnklifc. 
naania. aAdUMaclioa«er*al8ik. ITlh. I8Ch.aBd8id Mar. im. 

1 OaL Sbaaddr tarvvd tba Kcypttaa empalfa «t 1881. flarrad alio la tfia f«alai«_ 

fftadlair ih« lw«l«a at Bolrta. Vlalara. T^torara, Focbim d*Oaor. rfacaa of Ctodad aadrieo. '^MtZL^ 
VUiarla. r|nam . Nl»alle, Ni««^ Oiibn, aad To«la«fa. boMca BaaNWartaaTaat^^ 



1808 to 




Bmb. for For. 1 
8erTlco» 18S1. J 



56th (or the West Essex) Regiment of Foot [ 



Servinf in 
Jamaica. 



u 



MORO''—^' GIBRALTAR"— With the CoitU and Key, " MmUU Insiffnia Calpe." 



Berr. 



53 



Poll 
Pay. 



24 



25 
37 



33 
27 
27 
33 
12 
15 
23 
24 
11 
18 

13 
16 
10 

10 
9 
7 
7 

6 
8 
15 
5 
5 
4 



Half 
Pay. 

















16 















Colonel. 
Sir HadBon Lowe/ K. C. B. and G. C. M. G. Ens, 25 Sept. 1787 ; Lieut, 16 

Not. 91 ; Capt, 6 Sept. 95 ', Mqjor, 5 July, 1800 ; Lieut.-Col, 25 June, 04 ; Col. 

1 Jan. 12 ; Mqjor^Gen, 4 June, 14; Lieut.-Gen. 22 July, 30; CoL 56th Regt. 

23 July, 32. Lieut.'CoUmel. 

WiUiam Hassall Eden, Sns. p31 March, 14; Lieut, p22 June, 20; Capt. Pdl 

July, 23 ; Mqjor, P29 Aug. 26; Xuni/.-CoZ. p 10 Aug. 30. 
Mqfors, — Forrester Owen Ldghton, JSne. 30 Dec. 13 ; Lieut, 7 April, 25 ; Capt. 

P29 March, 27 ; Mqfor, P 20 May, 36. 
Peter Shadwell Norman, £ns. 9 July, 03 ; l^ieu^. 2 June, 04; Capt. 8 March, 

10 ; Brevet'Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; Regtl'Mqfor, 15 July, 37. 



3 





3 





3 





5 





2 





1 





I 





I 





26 





8 





5 





27 





14 





5 






Captaivs. 

Wm. Hen. Arthure 

Nicholas Palmer * 

Rob. Shafto Vicars 

Cha. O'Conor Higgins.. 

John Wegg 

Ed. Wm. Wilton Pawsey. 

Ralph Piggott Ince 

Benjamin Walmsley 

John Charlewood , 

Alex. Daniel Cuddy 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

9 William Telford « .... 

Ed. Elmore NicoUs 

Hen. Bruce Barclay 

Thos. G. B. M'NeUl 

Wm. Adam Conran 

Edmund Fosbrooke 

John Turner 

Thos. Johnes Smith 

Rich. Walter Lacy 

9 Henry Hollinsworth^ 

James Waddell 

Soulden Oakeley 

Eardley Norton 

Ensigns. 

Lewis Cha. Connm 

Arth. W. Byles 

F.G.T. Deshon 

Alex. Macpherson 

R. H. Macdonnell 

Thomas Wallace Fraser . . 

George Wm. Patey 

George Raban 



BN8ION. 



19 Feb. 07 
11 Nov. 13 
10 Dec. 13 
31 Dec. 06 

P 18 Dec. 28 

8 Apr. 25 

28 Sept 15 

30 May 16 

P23 Apr. 29 
10 Oct 22 



5 Dec. 

7 Aug. 

13 June 

P25Jan. 

Pll Oct 

P 6 Sept 33 

15 Mar. 33 

P 1 Aug. 

23 Mar. 

3 Dec. 

P 5 Feb. 

P28 June 



11 
24 
30 
31 
31 



34 

32 
25 
36 
36 
PlOSept 36 

P 17 Mar. 37 
17 Nov. 37 

29 Dec. 37 
9 Oct 35 
6 July 38 

30 Aug. 39 
P 6 Sept 39 



LIBUT. 



P21 Jan. 08 

3 May 21 

P 9 Aug. 21 

14 July 08 
10 Mar. 33 

P30Dec. 26 
8 Apr. 25 

10 Apr. 25 
P 1 Aug. 34 

18 May 26 

25 Aug. 13 

12 Apr. 27 

28 Oct 34 
P25 Dec. 35 
P20May 36 
P 28 June 36 

3 Jan. 37 
P24Feb. 37 

15 Sept 37 

29 May 28 
2 May 38 

P 6 Sept 39 

13 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



8 Apr. 25 

P26May 25 

P22Apr. 26 

6 Mar. 27 

P20 May 36 

P23 Sept 36 

25 June 37 

15 July 37 

P 6 Sept. 39 

13 Dec. 39 



BBBY.-KAJ 



28 June 38 
28 June 38 



S Lieut HolUaiwortb terred 
the campaign of 1709 in Hol- 
land, including the actions of 
the 10th Sept. 2nd and 0th Oct. 
Egyptian campaign of 1801, In- 
cluding the action! of the 17th 
and 9Ath Aug. Present at the 
battle of Maida In 1806; also at 
the battles of Vimiera and Co- 
runna. Expedition to Wal- 
cheren in 1800; and siibse- 
quentlj In the Peninsula, in- 
cluding the battle of Vittoria; 
action at RonoesTalles ; the Pyrenees ; aflUrs on 
entering Prance, and battle of Orthes, where he 
was severely wounded fan the right thigh. 

6 Dr. Nelll served the campaign of 1814 in the 
Peninsula. 



31 Jan. 40 
Paymaster, — G. Burgoyne Sutherland, 19 Aug. 36 ; JEns. 8 Dec. 14 -, Lieut. 15 

June, 20 ; Capt. 10 Oct 26. 
A4jutant.—mch. Walter Lacy, (Lieut.) 29 Dec. 37. 
Quarter^Master. — ^Thomas Debenham, 17 Feb. 35. 
Surgeon.— ^ Matthew Neill,* 29 Dec. 37 ; Assist.-Surg. 6 Nov. 23 ; Hosp.- Assist. 

10 Jan. 14. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Edw. Bradford, 20 March, 28 ; Hosp.- Assist. 5 Dec. 26 

Neil Stewart Campbell, M. D. 20 Feb. 35. 
Fadngs Purple. — Agent j Messrs. Cox k, Co. — Irish Agent, Messrs. Borough, Armit k, Co. 

1 Bir Hudson Lowe was present at the attack of Martello Tower, storming of Convention Redoubt, and 
the sieges of Bastia and Calvi ; served In the expedition to Egypt, and was present in the principal 
eocurrenoes of that campaign ; accompanied the expedition to the Bay of Naples, and commanded the first 
line of the advance. He was present at the attaeli and capltalation of Ischia ; and subsequently at the 
attack and capitulation of Zonte and Cephaloola. 

9 M^or Palmer served the campaigns of 1814 in Holland, including the actions at Menem, and bom- 
hafdmrcot of the French fleet In the Scheldt. 

4 Lieut. Telford served in the Penlniula fh>m March 1612 to the end of the war, including the battle of 
Halamanca, retreat fnmi Burgos, and action of Villa Mnrllla; allUr atOsma, battle of Vittoria, carrying of the 
outworks of San Sebastian 17th July, and first assault on the body of the Fortress 86th July; also second assault 
and eaptnra 81st Aug. 1818; battles of the Nivelle, 10th Nov.,and Nive, 0th, 10th, and lltb Dec. 1813. Served 
subsequently In the Ainerican war. 
207 



Years' Sery. 



45 



Pull 
Par. 



Hair 
Pa J. 



LtlirafS: ] 57M (or WeU Middlesex) Rcginumt of Foot. [ ^^C:^' 

" ALBUHBRA" — ^** VITTORIA" — ^** PYREN BBS" — " NIVBLLB" — ^'' KI VE" — ^** PBNIK8CLA.** 

Colonel. 
9 CB l^t^A^ H(m. 5ir Fred. Adam,> K. C. B. k Q, C. M. G. Ens. 4 Nov. 1796 ; 

Lieut. 2 Feb. 90 ; Capt. 30 Aug. 99 ; M^jor, 9 July, 1803 ; Lieut.-Col. S8 

Auff. 04 ; CoL 20 Feb. 12 ; Mq^or-Geri. 4 June 14 ; Lieut.-Gm. 22 July, 30 ; 

Col, 54th Regt 4 Dec. 35. L'leut.'CoUmels. 
9 James Allan,* C. B. Ens. p 1 Jan. 95 ; Lieut, p 18 Mar. 05 ; Capt. p 10 Sept. 

00 ', Mqjor, P 20 July 00 ; Brecet-Lient.'Col. 4 June, 14 ; Regtl.-Lieut.-Col. 

29 June, 20 j Col. 10 Jan. 37. 
George E. Jones,' K.II. Ens. 10 June, 06 ; L'eut. 10 April, 07 ; Cnpf. P8 Oct 

12 ; J5rer.-Jlffl;.22 July, 30 ; Regt.-MnJ. P4 Dec. 32; Lieut.-CoL p8 Nov. 33. 
Mqjors.—9 Robert Hunt,* ^«jr. p25, Jan. 08; Lieut. Xov. 90; Capt. 11 May, 

09 ; Brevet'Mqjary 22 Julv, 30 ; RegtL-Mnjory2S Sept. 80. 
9 Philip Aubin,^ ^lU. P14 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. 20 April, 13; Capt. 22 June, 26; 

3fryV>r, P12 April, 31. 



30 



34 



42 



29 



35 
31 
31 
26 
15 
15 
15 
23 
28 
20 

18 

17 

15 

14 

14 

14 

12 

17 

10 

10 

8 

8 

8 

9 



10 

6 

5 

5 

5 

6 

4 

9 

3 
3 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
1 



Oft 


ft 



ft 



% 






8 

10 

6 



iiA 



5H 





0- 












21B 












17 



25 




2 












Captains. 
9 Vance Y. Donaldson* . . 

9 James Jackson'' 

9 Harvey Welman* 

James Brown 

Thomas Shadforth 

Clark Maries Caldwell.. . . 
William John Saunders . . 

Thomas Bainbrigge 

9 Mars Morphett' 

9 John Ovens i^' 

Lieutenants. 

William Bate 

Henry Hill 

George Edwards 

Leonard Smith^^ 

Edmond Lockyer 

Wm. Justin Mac Carthy.. 

William Tranter 

Thos. Fred. Richardson . . 

Henry Gahan 

A. T. Allan 

Fred. Hall Jackson 

John Mockler 

Wm. Bridgcr Goodrich . . 
Henry Montagu Smyth . . 

James Allan 

William Jones 

Langford Frost 

Blphingston Jonor 

Edward A. Thos. Lynch.. 

Edward Stanley 

Geo. Henry Hunt. 

John M'Namee 

9 Charles Jago 

Ensigns. 

F. C. W. Fitzpatrick 

John Ahmnty 

Warren Ahmuty 

Fred. Thornton Raikes. . . 

Loftuis Cassidy 

David Edw. Armstrong. . 

Hen. Braddel Croker 

Lachlan Nicoll M'Lachlan 
Paymaster. — 



ENSIGN. 



LIRTT. 



14 Sept. 041 
2 Mar. 09 , 
P 5 Aug. 02 
P 15 June 15 

8 Apr. 25 
12 Jan. 20 

9 Apr. 25 
24 May 15 

1 Oct. 12 

2 July 12 

2 Apr. 12 
31 July 23 
P 1 Apr. 19 



05 
11 
04 
20 
20 



25 Dec. 

19 June 

18 Feb. 
5 Oct. 
p 10 Oct, 
P27 Apr. 27 
P 12 Feb. 30 
P 3 Apr. 

29 June 
5 July 



23 
15 
14 



14 June 13 

3 Aug. 20 

26 Oct. 27 

10 Aug. 20 , 22 Nov. 27 

3 Aug. 20 29 Sept. 30 

15 June 15 ' 30 Sept. 30 

Pll Dec. 28 P 12 Apr. 31 

25 Dec. 17, 26 Apr. 28 

P 13 June 30 p 15 June 32 

29 Sept 30 P28Dec. 32 

P 10 Feb. 32 p 13 June 34 

25 May 32 |p 12 Sept. 34 

P 15 June 32, P 20 Feb. 35 

7 June 31 ,p20 Mar. 35 

P13 June 34;P20Jan. 37 

P 13 Aug. 30 ; 27 Oct. 36 



12 Aug. 34 

P 20 Feb. 35 

P20 Mar. 35 

8 May 35 



P 8 Jan. 

20 Jan. 

4BIay 



30 
37 
00 



20 Oct. 37 

17 Nov. 37 

Pie Feb. 38 

1 Apr. 30 

P 9 Nov. 38 

25 Dec. 38 
P 25 Jan. 30 

25 Oct. 39 



9 Sept. 37 

P 9 Feb. 38 

6 May 38 

10 June 38 

P 29 Nov. 38 

25 Oct. 39 

23 Jan. 12 



CAPTAIN. 



33 
35 
36 
37 



bhev.-maj. 



10 Jan. 


37 


28 June 


3H 


22 July 


30 


4 M^ n«Bl*e 


Mrricu: Rap»- 


ditkm to Hi 


IDO* 


vvrialNOBwMdto 


MwMnlal 


MS. 


CaapMn 


■■S 



24 June 13 
7 Apr. 25 
2 Nov. 00 

28 Sept. 30 
P 12 Apr. 31 
P25Jan. 31 
P 12 Apr. 

1 Aug. 

29 Jan. 
9 Sept. 

Kattlc of Corunaa. PraliwaU. 
fr«a r»b. ISIS (tt tb* «Dd oT tbc 
mr* tDd fabtequctttly ia tb« 
ricftn war. 

6 Major Aabia terwd la 
PcaiOMila, ham Nov. lAll «d 
cad of Uic war, l—ladli^ tho 
Ilea of Vittorta, the Pynuwa , 
nth, SOih, aad Site Jaly ; NIvella. 
Nlv«. 9ch, nth aad ISch D«e. 1SIX 
bcaldet naay other niaer 
and skinalthM. Herprely 
ed thronch the left aide, la 
at Ceoehei, ISih March, IBIi. 

6 M^lor DooaUaea terred la tJbm 
Pralnaula. fnm Juae ISM to ite 
end or the war, larladli« Hm 
«r Bad^os la Apvfl. ISII } 
of Albtthera, Vltloria. md 
Py re aeea 

7 M^Jor Jaekaaa acmd la tte 
PenfaMuIa. ftvm Dee. ISM to l«l«. 
aad «aa wewmlj wounded throaffc 
aie left brcatt ard la both ana* at 
the hattle of Albubera. ISih May. 
ISIl. Served •abaequeaUy tai <ha 
American war. 

S M^or Wetnaa aerred at Me 
battica or Releia. Vtartera, aad 
Comaaa. With the espedltlea •» 
Walcherca la IM0 ; A ■tttee^ocat- 
ly la the Peahwala, iaelwlli« tW 
alcve of TanagaM la 1S11. anA 

Saa Sebaatlaa la SepC ISIX 
t C^iC Morphett terred the eanpalfa oT ISIt la 

the Pcabuala, and reee l eed tw* tlliht and eae aeeoffv 

wooad at Salaaianca. Preacol at the caytaie of Fort 

Jcytuch, Ba«t lodlea. May. 1R1» 

10 Cape Oreai aerrrd la ttie Pvalarata, ttam How. 
1811 to theeed of the war. Inelndlng the battle* of VM. 
torla, Pampeluna (wouoded), Nlrellr, Orthtw A Taa- 
louie. Served tubaequratly in the Af ricaa war, bl- 
cludlas the aetioa at PlatMborfb. 

11 Lieut. L. Smith aervad lu the Bai 



i44/ttMnf.— Henry li\\\,{Lieut.) 3 Aug. 26. 

Quarter-Master. — James E. Langford, 21 2(ov. 34. 

^ttr^son.— Alex. Braithwaite Morgan, 22 Nov. 39; Assist.-Surg. 27 Oct. 26 ; 

Hotp,'As$ist. 21 Dec. 15. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Robert Henry Neville, 20 July 34. 

George Robert Fraser, M. D., 27 July, 38. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents Mr, Lawrie, Charles-street, St James's. 

I Mr Prcdeiiek Adam eenrod la RoUaad, and wag preeeat la the actioes of the STih Aafwat. ISth Vptvmbee. omS 1^4 
o-ober. I7M( took patt la tho aetioaa of the 8th, ISUi, and tUt Mafch, IMl. la B«ypt. iUr rredertrl 
Muaodnl near AUeaat. Itih April. 1819 i at the {um «>f Ofdall be rvrelvvd two woanda, one wMeh brtfw hta laA mm. i 
auothrr whieh •hattcead Ua left hand x aad be wa* alM» arrerely wonirfcd at Walvtioow 

t Col. Allen waa peewal at ttie eapCui* of tho Cape of Good Hope la i;9&. and mbae^aently la ISOt. larit^lM Me bri 
of Dtorhenr. Staved the whole of the Mranre eampaifa of 17M, iocludlnc the baUle of Mallavrlly i •tege vrf aievm of 
r ae*pfttam. for wbleb be baa rwHrod a aiMlal BncaVMl ta tho panolt aad diapenioa of the Mebrl Dwidr^i. vrf afl 
r.>r^« . the Kd«eti<ta and oreupailoa of Trani|uebar , aad the whole of the aoatbeia Polvgar war M |4M. 
PetuMuU from ISIO In the cad of tho war. Medal lor Towloaae. mn {K^it I w *a| 



5Sth (or the Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot. 

'* GIBKALTAR"-— with the Cattle and Ke^y " Montii Iimgnia Calpe:*— The Sphinx, with 
the woidB "EGYPT" — "MAIDA**— "SALAMANCA"— "VITTORIA"— 
« PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " ORTIIES"— " PENINSULA." 



Year*' Serr. 



61 



ruii 
Pay. 



35 
26 
26 



21 
16 
27 
15 
14 
15 

9 
13 
21 

7 

14 

20 

6 

7 
5 

4 
4 
4 
9 

4 
4 
4 
3 

2 
2 
3 
2 
2 



Half 
Pay. 











« 







A 
loH 



























Colonel. 
9 Frederick Mait]and,>.Sit#. ISept. mQ'.Lieut. 19 Sept. 82; Cap^ 2 Dec. 89; 

JIfqfor, 21 Aug. 93; Lieut.-CoL 2 July, 94; Col, 1 Jan. 1800; Mqjor-Qm. 

30 Oct. 05 ; Lieut.'Gen, 4 June, 11 ; Gen. 25 May, 25 ; Col. 58th Regiment, 

11 Dec. 33. Lieut.'Colonel. 

John Wharton Frith,' Ens. P 17 July, 04 ; Lieut. 27 Feb. 05 ; Capt. 29 Jan. 12 ; 

Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; Lieut.'CoL P 16 Dec 36. 
lfq;or«.— William Firebrace/ Ent. 28 July, 14 , Lieut. 20 June, 17 ; Capt. P28 

Mar. 22 ; JHqjor, P 16 Dec. 36. 
Henry Houghton Inring, Ens. 1 Feb. 14 ; Lieut. 26 Dec. 16; Capt. p3 June, 

24 ; Mqjor, 11 July, 37. 



Captains. 
Rob. Henry Wynyard 
Thomai John Grant . 
AdamBeverhoudt^ . 

Cyprian Bridge 

Cha. Aug. Amey . . . 

Alex. Boddam 

Wm. Edward Grant . 
F. J. Taggart Hutchinion 
William Henry Rogers . . 
Geo. Ponsonby Hume . . 

Lieutenants. 
Jonad Paisley Hardy. . . 

Robert Hutton^ 

Joseph Hen. Laye 

Dav. Elliott M'Kirdy 

Cha. lavalliu Nugent . . 

Charles Dresing 

Moore HUl 

Richard Denny 

Wm. Dixwell Oxenden . . 
John Perkins Mayers . . 
Chas. Wm. Thompson . . 
Alexander Macleod Hay 

Michael King 

Ensigns. 

Cha. C. Master 

Hen. C. Balneavis 

John S. Flack 

J. A. C. Petley 

J. M'Lerie 

Isaac Rhodes Cooper 
John Wm. Saunders .... 
Michael Lionel Westropp 



ensign. 



LIEUT. 



25 Feb. 19 

28 Mar. 24 
21 Oct. 13 

8 Apr. 25 
P 5 Nov. 25 
P 5 Jan. 26 
P 23 Dec. 31 
P18 Dec 27 
21 May 18 
P28 June 33 

29 Sept. 25 
7 Mar. 10 

P 2 May 34 
P 5 Apr. 33 
P21 Aug. 35 
P 19 Feb. 36 
P 26 Feb. 36 
P 13 May 36 
P 6 Apr. 31 

29 July 36 
P23 Dec. 36 
P22*July 86 

15 Dec. 37 

P 6 July 38 
7 July 38 

26 June 38 
P 12 Oct. 38 

28 Dec. 38 

P 23 Apr. 39 

P3May 39 



P 17 July 23 
P21 July 25 
9 Apr. 16 
Pdl Jan. 28 
P 9 Aug. 31 
P28 Sept. 30 
P 13 May 36 
P17 May 31 
30 Sept. 19 
P 16 Deo. 36 



8 Nov. 
30 July 

1 Dec 
P30 Dec. 

4 Feb. 

2 June 
P 20 July 
P 12 Oct. 
P 3 Apr. 



26 
12 
37 
36 
38 
38 
38 
38 
35 



P 23 Apr. 39 

P 3 May 39 

19 Oct. 38 

P20Sept.39 



CAPTAIN. 



P20May 26 
P 18 Oct. 27 
29 Apr. 36 
P 16 Dec. 36 
P 1 July 37 
Pll Nov. 36 
P 23 Apr. 39 
P 17 Mar. 38 
P21 Sept. 38 
P 20 Sept. 39 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



P20Sept.39 
Poymnffer.— 9 Edw. Fugion,* 23 Dec. 19; Ens. 4 May, 09; Xi«t^ 25 July, 11. 
A4futa7it.— John M^Lerie, {Ens.) 28 Dec. 38. 
10 Quarter-Master.— mehar^i Timbrell, 19 ffOY. 30. 

SuTffeon—Wi John Munro, 8 Feb. 39 ; Assist. -Surg. ^ May, 14. 
8 Assist.'Surgean.—Qco. Kincaird Pitcaim, M.D. 23 Nov. 32. 

Facings Black. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned frotn Ceylon, June, 1839.] 

1 Gen. MalUand wrrcd at th* relief of Olbnltw In 17S7 1 aiMi wu •abeequenfljr tot manj jrcan Military ScereUry to Sir 
lUlpb Abrreronbie In tbe Writ Indiet ; and during about 30 yean' ■errice in that climate, he mu at the reduetloD of every 
Island taken by tbe Britiah arms : and eommanded at the Saintea. in 18lli be was removed, by orden from borne, tram tbe 
OoTcrmneot of Granada to the Mediterranean, where he commanded the Brftich amy until tbe arriral of Lord W. Bentlnek ; 
and uibecqucnOy took a force often tbouund men from Sicily to tbe eastern coast of Spain. Medal for Martinique. 

C Col. Frith «as present In several aflklrs consequent upon the operations carried on by the division of tbe army under 
CoL Chambert in the Travaneore war, particularly on the ISth January and Slst Feb. 1809. Served also at the capture of 
the Isle ot Banrbon, and the Isle of France in 1810. 

3 Major FIrebraec served at the capture of Les Salntes, and Guadaloupe In 1815. 

4 Capt. Beverbeudt and Lieut. Hutten served at the capture of Ouadalonpc in 1615. 

ft Paymaster Fnglon serred In the Peninsula tnm July, 1809 to the end of the war, including the battle af Salj 
siege of Borgos : and battle of Ortbes. 



3 Col. Jones served with the expedition to South America in \Wt \ at the capture of the Isle of Prance in 1810. Served 
also in Ara. and emnraanded tbe 89th regiment In th« general afCtion and attack of the enemy's intrenched lines btton Ran- 
TMiDw. ISM. 
209 



"S^Ttoi'MS.'"] 59th {or 2nd Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Fool [**SSSL** 



tt 



Yean'SeiT. 


62 


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PV. 


35 





38 





31 





31 





16 


A 


19 





15 





11 





81 


74 


10 





9 





9 





89 


8 


14 





9 





9 





8 





7 





6 





6 





6 





9 


J»A 


6 





6 





13 


A 


5 





5 





4 





4 





3 





3 





8 





8 





1 





15 





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19 





89 


6A 


19 





3 






CAPE OF GOOD HOPE" — " CORUNNA" — " JAVA" — " VITTORIA " 
— " ST. SEBASTIAN"—" yiV E"~" PEM KSULA"—" BUURTPORE." 

CoUmel, 
9 Sir Fred. Philipse Robinsony* G.C.B. Ent, 11 Sept. 1778 ; Und, 1 Sept. 

79; Capt. 3 July, 94; Mt^&r^ 1 Sept. 94; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 1800; CM. 95 

July, 10; Mqjor-Qen, 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Ofn. 21 May, 85; Col. fiOth 

Regiment, 1 Dec. 27. Lieut. -CoUmeL 

Francis Fuller,' Biu. 16 Jan. 06 ; Lieut. 11 Oct 07 ; Capt. P 13 Feb. 12 ; Brevet- 

Mqjar, 22 July, 30; RegtU-Mt^cr, 4 Aug. 30 ; Lieut.-Col, P28 Aug. 34. 
Mqfon. — Duncan Gordon,' Ene, 30 July, 07 ; Lieut. 9 June, 08 ; Capt. 80 

April, 15; MqfOTy P4 July, 34. 
9 W Nicholas Hovenden,^ Sns. 6 April, 09; Lieut. 12 Dec 11 ; Capt. 19 

Jan. 86 ; Mqjar, P22 Aug. 34. 



Captains. 
9 Richard Manners*. . . . 

Wm. Fuller 

Richard Floyer 

Geo. Netherton Harward 
Henry Hope Graham. . . . 

John Levick 

Arnold £. Burmeater. . • . 
Geo. F. F. Bonghey .... 
Rob. Spencer Boland .... 
9 Wm. Graham* 

XilBUTBNAlTTa. 

James Mockler 

Adam J. I^ing Peebles. . 

Thomas Smith 

Edward Hen. Poyntz • . 

Geo. Nares Heard 

Wm. Wynne Lodder .... 

William FouUs 

Hon. Jas. Pierce Maxwell 
9 Edw. James Taylor' 
H. Wedderbnm Camming 
Henry Perrott 



BlfSIOIf. I LIBUT. 



13 Apr. 09 

25 May 24 

P 1 May 21 

P 3 Not. 25 

P15 0ct 29 

8 Oct. 12 

31 Aug. 30 

P 1 Nov. 31 

15 Dec. 31 

13 July 00 

88 Feb. 87 

18 Apr. 31 
»13 8ept.31 
P 7S^t.38 

86 Apr. 33 
P 7 Mar. 34 
P 11 July 34 
P 6 June 34 

31 Dec. 18 

P88 Aug. 34 

P 7 Not. 34 

4 Not. 96 

P 10 Apr. 35 

88 Aug. 35 
12 Mar. 36 
P 4 June 36 
P 17 Mar. 37 
P 5 May 37 
P16Mar. 38 
P17 Aug. 38 
PllOet. 39 



John Matcham Isaac .... 

Wm. Fulton 

EirsioMa. 

Hen. W. Gordon 

Bytre T. J. R. Nugent . . 

John Tomline 

Thomas Peebles 

J. Herbert Clay 

Fra. Fuller 

Wm. Aug. Ganssen .... 

Cha. Townsend Wilson . . 

Paymaiter.— Chas. Roberts, 23 June, 37 ; Bne. 10 April, 25; Liout. 89 ScpL90. 

Adgtttant.^A. J. L. Peebles, (Lieut.) 1 Feb. 39. 

Quarter- Jfa«<cr.~William EUary," 10 June, 81. 

Surffeon.-^ John Gray Hibbert,* M.D. 26 May, 14 ; Aeeiei.-Surg. 18 Oct. 00 ; 

Hoep.'Ateiet. 6 May, 05. 
il«fic^.-5ur^.— John Mair, M.D. 10 Nov. 85; Hoep.'Aseiet. 8 Nov. 81. 
Frederic Roberts, 11 Aug. 37. 
Paeinge White. — Agenty Messrs. Cox k, Co. — Iriih Agent^ Messrs. Boroogfa, Annit it Co. 



P 8 Feb. 10 
6 Jan. 86 
P17Sept.25 
P 24 Aug. 26 
P 7 Sept. 32 

24 Jan. 25 
P 7 Mar. 34 
P 11 July 34 
P 1 Feb. 33 

12 May 12 

1 Not. 31 
P 13 June 34 
P 4 July 34 
P22 Aug. 34 
P 10 Apr. 35 
P 5 June 35 
P 17 Mar. 37 
p 5 May 37 
28 Sept. 14 
PlOMar 38 
P 1 June 38 

3 Sept 20 
PllOct. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



22 May 23 
P 9 July 29 
P 17 Jan. 28 
P 2 Not. 30 
P 7 Not. 34 

31 July 37 

P 16 Mar. 38 

P 1 June 38 

P17 Not. 37 

7 Apr. 25 



BRBT.-JfAJ. 



28 June 38 



88 June 98 



• M^Jor O 
■Ifffv of noMM la 1M*l 

la 

■cr?«d alM In th« 

•I 

oT Wi 



fhm of New Orif 

Dm Iftl4. and Mh Jan. IStft. 

■t tb» tokli« or Fort Boyer. 

7 Ucut. Tkylor •»▼«< km fta 
PeninmiU, aad «m fwiBii at Iho 
btflUe or Ni*»lte aad 



8 Qvarttr.^MMr Bllary 

at the capCaro of Sw Capo af 

Hopo la IMti la iko 

war la the lart ladica In IMS t eaptvfo af the We 

of FnuMe tu 1910 1 atenainK of Fort OoraeUua and 

captare of Jaea faa 1911; Balll a 

18U t Kandlaa i Mninlia af ISIS i 

Mnall of Bhactpoee la 18K and «. 

t Dr. RIbbcft leteod la Sie 

1811 to 1814. iBflttdl^ the aShIr at VIpM i 

af Tlllflria»airfaflliaBar StlaaB< 



war, aad waa OBhac^vcaay at ttie taUaff af vaifooa I d a a d a la 
aad two elMpa fcr THtorla, St. li>aatiin (aerctely w 



1SI4. 



la tha lalMd or Celebea, Odi 



la 1810. mA af Java te ISII. 



I Sir Pied. Intilwana aerved la the Srat 
I^lcB. Sir Prederick haa rtcel««a a 
o the NH«, whore he waa ^ala aeverely 

1 CoL Puller waa at the takli« af 
of Bh ui tpote la 18» aad S. 

S JI%|or Ootdoa aerred at tha eaptove of tha trie of 
of Port Conktiiaa. BerveS alao at ibt alecc aad captai 

i M^Kw Hoeeadca •erred lathe Fentaaala, fbaea A«f. 1811 to Nov. 1811. faiehidl^ the hatile ef TUtoate and 
Saa Scbaattaa, SI Ai«. 181S, whatv he waa mntwlj weaadad. Pvtaaat at Watartao. ilwla i ^ 
Parts. Semd the Hahratto caaipalffw of 1817 aad 18. and waa ti«^«l at the ilrffe aad alatai af 

S Malor Maaaen •erred la the Peahwala. 9nm Ai«. 1811 to May. 1814. laetodlac the battle of THtoffat al«t« aad 
of %m HhartlBn. Aaf . INS : haitle of *e Nlve. Sdi. ISlh. taA lllh Dec. 181S. Wewadad at the 
I8ih Jaaaary. ISM. 

810 




Senr. 



46 



47 



60^A {or the Kin^t Royal Rifle Carps.) 

" Ceier et audax." 

•* ROLBIA"— " ViMIBKA"— " MAHTIlflQUB"— " TALAVBRA"— " FUBNTBS D'ONOR" — 

" Albuhbba" — ** CiUDAD RoDRioo" — ^* Badajoz" — *' Salamanca'' — *^ Vittobia" 

*^_PyRBWBB8" — ^ NlYBLLB" — " NiVB** — " OrTHBS" — ** TOULOUSB" — *' PBNINBULA." 

Coloneh-in-Chirf. 
Hit Soyal Highness A. F. Duke of Cambridge. {See Coldstream Guards.) 

Colonels Cofnmanditnt, 

1 JlfSir John Maclean/ K.C.B. £ns. 30 April, 1794 ; Lieut. 1 May, 94 ; Capt. 16 
June, 97; Mqfor, 2 Aug. 04; Lieut. -CoL 9 June 08; Col, 4 June, 14; 
MqjoT'Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Xteti^.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Coh 60th Rifles, 7 Jan. 35. 

2 Hon, Patrick Stuart, Comet & Sub-Lieut. 26 Sept. 93 ; Lieut. 6 June, 94; 
Capt. 12 April, 96; Mqjor, 1 Feb. 03; Lieut.-Col^ Sept. 06; Col. 4 June, 
14; Mqfor-Gen. 19 July, 21; Ueut.-Oen. 10 Jan. 37; Col 60th Rifles, 26 
Sept. 37. Lieut, 'Colonels. 

2 Hon. Aug. Fred. Ellis, Comet, p 10 April, 17 ; Lieut, p 17 Dec. 18 ; Capt. p 24 
Oct. 21 ; Mqjor, p 12 Nov. 25 ; Lieut.-Col. p 18 Dec. 28. 

1 Hon. Hen. Rich. Molyneuz, fiu . p22 May, 17 ; Lieut, p 24 Oct. 21 ; Capt. p9 
May, 23 ; Mqfor, P29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. p9 April, 29. 

MqjoTS.^^ 9 J. Clavell Sladdon Slyfleld,* K.H. Ens. 15 Oct. 12 ; Lieut. 30 Mar. 
14; Capt. P26 May, 25 ; ilfq/or, Pl2 April, 31. 

1 Walter TreTelyan,2fu2i^Mii^. 18 Not. 17; Xieu^ 25 Sept. 25 ; Capt. P 19 Sept 
26 ; Mt^Wy P28 Dec. 32. 

2 CharlesMarkham, Com«f,P28June,21; Xieuf.P23June,25; Ciip^P29Aug. 
26; 3fq/or, P31 May, 33. 

1 Wemy88Thos.Cockbum,Com«f,P22May,17; Xieu^.PlODec. 18; Capt.P2d 
Dec. 22 ; Mqfar, P25 Nov. 28. 



FnU 



22 
22 
27 
20 
18 
18 



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P»y. 



1 

i 

A 

5 



40 





27 





16 





16 





17 





16 





16 





14 
16 


1* 




14 
16 


14 




15 





14 





14 





14 
14 


ft 




12 





11 





13 





9 


12» 



Captains. 

1 Melville Olenie' 

2 Ambrose Spong 

2 Cosby Lewis Xesbitt . . 
1 Hon. G. Aug. Spencer. 

1 Edward Bagot 

1 John Sutton Wilford . . 

1 David Fitz Gerald 

1 Randal Rumley 

1 Richard Gibbons 

2 Fred. Wm. Hamilton. . 

1 Thomas Crombie 

2 Freeman Murray . . . . 

2 George Bulman 

2 Chas. Orgell Leman . . 
2 Edward Carter Oifihrd 

2 Robert Atkins 

2 George Stewart 

1 Harrington Trevelyan 

2 James St John Munro 
1 John Temple 



2d libut. 



23 Oct. 00 

15 Aug. 13 

27 Mar. 24 

P 12 Feb. 24 

23 Oct. 23 

P 19 Nov. 24 

P23Dec. 24 

P 30 Dec. 24 

P 18 Nov. 24 

10 June 25 

P 12 Aug. 24 

P 24 Feb. 25 

P 8April26 

P 12 April 26 

23 Nov. 26 

P24 Aug. 26 

P25 Nov. 28 

P 16 April 29 

P29Mar.27 

P 14 May 18 



LIEUT. 



30 June 03 
P 26 April 14 
P 2 June 25 
P 16 June 25 
P 10 Dec. 25 
P25Dec. 25 
P 28 Jan. 26 
P 8 Oct. 25 
8 April 26 
8 April 26 
8 April 26 
8 April 26 
1 Nov. 30 
P 12 April 31 
P 8 Feb. 31 
P 12 July 31 
P 11 Oct. 31 
P24 Aug. 32 
P 9 Aug. 32 
P21 Oct. 24 



CAPTAIir. 



4 July 08 
P 18 Nov. 24 
P18 Dec. 28 
P 19 Dec. 26 
P 8 Nov. 27 
P 2 Nov. 30 
P 12 July 31 
P 14 Aug. 27 
P 9 Aug. 32 
P 4 Jan. 31 
P 18 May 32 
P21 Dec. 32 
P29 May 35 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 9 Oct. 35 
P 16 Sept. 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 7 April 37 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P28Jan. 26 



BBBYBT- 
MAJOB. 



27 May 25 

28 June 38 



I Sir John Maelesn leeoinptiiled hit rBflmmt (th« QSnd) to Hollsod, in 1790, and was praaent at th« 
hntUo of the 97th Aaguit, the taking of the Helder, and the actloni of the 10th and 10th September, end 
9nd Oetober, near AllLmar, where be wm MTerelj wounded in two places. Aocorapenled the expedition to 
Egypt in 1801, and wae piwent at the landing at Abouliir Bay, 8th If arch ; at the battle of Alexandria, 21tt 
ICareh; and at etery action wlilch took place in Egypt during that campaign. Senred in the expedition to 
Hanover, 1806 and 06; ahm in the expedition to Sweden, 1808. Embarked for the Peninnila in 1806; was 
pffwent at the battle of Bumoo; the action near Bedinha; siege of OllTensa ; siege of Badijoe, where lie was 
■everely wounded; the action near Canlxal, where his battalion and the 40th regiment attacked a column 
of tho eaeny dooble their number, and put them to flight ; the battles of Salamanca, Yittoria, the Pyre- 
neaa^ nes^ Pampeluna (wounded), Nivelle, Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse, where he was severely wounded, 
it being the fifth wound he received in the service of his country. Sir John has received a cross and two 



t Mi^ Sljileid embarked with the 84th regiment, and Joined the army near San Sebastian, 16th Sept. 
I81S. Present at the crossing of the Bidassoa; battles of Nlvelle and Nlve, (fkom 0th to ISth Dec.) ; and 
sortie flram Bayonne. 

9 Brevet-LIeut.«Coi. 98 June, 1888. 

211 



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15 

13 

13 

12 

13 

12 

12 

11 

II 

10 

10 

8 



10 

7 

8 

9 

8 

8 

8 

6 



Half 






31 

13 

13 
6 

5 
8 



24 



2 
2 



























6 





6 





6 





5 





5 





6 





5 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 






60^A {or the King's Royal RiHe Corps.) 



















Lieutenants. 
Chas. Howe Spence . . 
Henry Bingham .... 
Thomas Bunbury .... 

John Jones 

Thomas Townsend • • . . 
Han. The. D. G. Dillon 
Wm. Fansbaw Bedford 
Hon, II. Lyttle. Powys 
Henry Wm. Bllis .... 
A. A. T. Cunyiighame 
Robert Aldridge .... 

2 Walling Everard .... 

2 Rich. Byrd Levett 

2 Richanl Maxwell .... 

1 Fra. Roger Palmer . . 

1 Q&», Hen. Conrtenay 

2 J. Kenneth Mackenzie 

2 Charles Wm. Jebb 

2 5ir Ross Mahon, J9ai^. 

1 Wm. Stamer O'Grady 

2 John Stephen Robinson 

2nd LiBUTa. 
1 Edw. J. Vesey Brown 
1 Webbe Bntler 

1 Thomas Mitchell . . . 

2 Hen. R. Beresford. . . 

1 Henry Holbech 

2 Hon, J. E. H. Thurlow 
2 R. Ingram Dansey . . 

2 Wm. Mark Wood 

2 Hon. Comw. Mande . . 
2 John H. E. Ridley . . 

1 Cha. Sedley Bnrdett. . 

2 Wm. Lewis Grant. . . . 

1 Geo. Allan Hicks .... 

2 Thomas Bateson .... 

1 James Douglas 

2 Hon, Adrian Hope . . 
1 Cha. W. H. Sotheby.. 
1 ^<m.A.C.L.FiURoy 

1 Hon. Ellas R. Plnnkett 

2 Rich.F. Waldo Sibthorp 
1 John Breedon 



2nd LIEUT. 



20 April 25 
PdOAprU27 

23 Jan. 28 
P 12 June 28 

24 Jan. 28 
31 July 28 

P 18 Dec. 28 
P 2 April 20 
P 14 May 20 
P 2 Nov. 30 
9 July 30 
P 7 Sept. 32 
P 12 April 31 
P 16 July 30 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P Mar. 32 
P 16 Dec. 31 
P 12 Oct. 32 
P14 Dec. 32 
P 15 Jan. 33 
Pll April 34 

P 12 Sept. 34 
P 19 Sept. 34 
27 Feb. 35 
P22May 35 
P29 May 35 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 5 Sept 35 
P22 July 36 
P 16 Sept. 36 
P 23 Sept. 36 
P2l Oct 36 
P 7 April 37 
P 27 Oct 37 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P17 Aug. 38 
P 23 Not. 38 
P25Dec. 38 
P 17 May 30 
p20 July 30 
P20Sept30 



LIEUT. 



P 28 Sept 26 
P 28 Sept 32 
P28 Dec. 32 
P 2 Dec. 31 
20 June 33 
P 21 June 33 
P 28 June 33 
P 10 Sept 34 
P 17 April 35 
P 22 May 35 
P 29 May 35 
P 15 May 35 
P 4 Sept 35 
P 8 Feb. 33 
P 24 April 35 
P 8 April 36 
P 16 Sept 36 
P 17 Nov. 37 
P23NOV. 38 
P 31 Oct 34 
P 19 Oct 39 



4 Capt Ooxra Mrrad st the 
•lege of FlushinR in 1000, saA 
■ubMquentlj in th« PtniomH 
locladiag the ItnM of Torm 
VedrM; actloM at Pombel, 
Redinhft, llirando de Corro. 
Ponte de Rheuz, 8«bufcil, Al- 
meida; battto of Pu«nte« d* 
Onor; •!•«• and •torm of Clu- 
dad Rodrigo ; siege and ctonn 
of Badges, 16 March, lAU ; 
battle of Salamance; capture 
of Uadrid ; aetiotie at Zamar- 
not and Saa MUaa ; battle of 
Vittoria; Lesacco,Vera bridg* 
and heights ; battle* of Nlrelle, 
Nive, (from Oth to ISih Dec.) 
Orthes, and aUkir at l^rbee. 
Severelj wounded in the hue* 
on tha 18th June al Water- 
loo. 



P 19 Oct 39 

PayTnasters. 

1 9 m Edward Coxen/ 9 Feb. 26; 2imI Lieui. 5 April, 09 ; Lieid, 28 June, 10 ; 
Capt, 8 April, 25. 

2 William Henry FiUgerald, 20 Sept 30 ; Bnt, 17 Jan. 98; Umt, 31 May, 33. 

A^jutanU. 

2 Thomas Townsend {\$t lAeut,) 24 Jan. 28. 

1 Thomas MitcheU (2iul Liettt.) 27 Feb. 35. 

Q^art€r^Ma^ier9. 

2 m John Brannan, 18 Sept 35; Ens, 6 Sept 35. 
1 Alan Waterhouse, 27 Jnly, 38. 

Surgeom, 

1 Hugh Fraser, 30 Oct 34 ; AtstH.-Surg, 26 Jan. 16. 

2 Peter Lamond, M.D. 7 June,39 ; As.^Surg.91 May, 24 ; Hatp.-Au. 16 June, 15. 

Assistant'Surgeons. 

2 David Morice, M.D. 29 May, 35. 

1 George Fenruson, 12 June, 28 ; Hosp.^A$9i*t, 8 Nov. 26. 

2 Johnstone Thom!K>n Richardson, M.D. 1 Feb. 39. 
1 Joshua Paynter, 11 Jan. 39. 

fXst Battalion embarked for Foreign Sermee, 6 Oct. 30. Serving at Zanie.] 
2nd Battalion embarked for Foreign Service, 15 Dee. 35. Serving at Corfu.] 
Begimentals Oreen — Fmeittgs Seulci— Agent, Messrs. Cos k Co.— /m* Agent, Boraorla. 



212 



Annit k. Co. 



Emh, for Foraignl 
Sarrice, laSB. J 



6lst(pr South Gloucestershire) Regt of Foot. 



[SerYiDg at 
Cejion. 



The Sphinx, with the words, "EGYPT"— "TALA VERA "—"SALAMANCA "— 

" PYRENEES "— " NIVELLE "— " N tVE "— " 0RTHE8 "— " TOULOUSE "— 

" PENINSULA "—Flank Companiee, " MAIDA." 




31 
27 
15 
16 
30 
14 
27 
15 










4* 
7A 



Colons, 
Rt. Ban, Sir Geoif^ Hewett, Bt. G.C.B. En*. 87 April, 1762; Lieut. 20 April, 

64; Capt 2 June, 75; Mqjor, 31 Dec. 81; Lieut, -Col, 12 Oct. 87; CoL 

I March, 94; Mqjor-Gen, 3 May 96; Lieut.Oen. 26 Sept 1803; Gen. 4 

June, 13; Col. 6l0t Regt. 4 April, 1800. 
Lieut. Colonel. — ^Charles Forbes, i?fu. 16 July, 06; Lieut. 11 March, 10; Capt. 

P24 Oct 21 ; Mqjor, p 15 Aug. 26; Lieut.-Col. 28 June, 38. 
Mqjors.'^Jf Henry Sfmmonds,* fn^. 21 March, 06; Lieut. 28 Not. 05; Capt. 

P31 March, 13; Breoet-Mqfor, 10 Jan. 37 ; RegtL-Mqjor, 2 Dec 37. 
Henry Bnmaide,* Ent. 8 Oct 07; Xi^uT. 18 Feb. 08; Capt. P13 Nov. 17; 

Erevet'Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Regtl.-Mqjor, 28 June, 38. _«^__ 



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3 





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3 





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Captains. 

9Alez. M'Leod' 

Rob. Norris Vemer .... 

Frederick Barlow 

William Jones 

Peter Eason 

J. Barry Thomas 

9 Charles Campbell'* 

Fran. J. Swayne Hepburn 

James Campbell 

Richard Gloster 

LlKUTBMANTS. 

John Geo. Phillpps .... 

Henry Vicars 

William Ward 

Chas. Fred. H. Mayne . . 

Wm. Fra. Hoey 

John Tho. Bligh 

Wm. M. de Butts 

Fra. John Stephens .... 
Percival C. Fenwick .... 
Cha. Clement Deacon . . 

John Binney Gib 

William J. Hamilton. . . . 

Wm. Jas.Tyrwhltt Walker 

EysiONB. 

Tho. W. Hudson 

Tho. N. Dalton 

Wm. R. Browne 

Edgar S. Smith 

Geo. Edw. Coryton .... 

Thomas Jones 

George Howell 

Cha. Edward Prime .... 



BNSIOV. 



3 Aug. 09 
9 Dec. 13 

8 Apr. 25 
10 Apr. 25 

5 Oct 09 
P30Dec. 26 

10 May 09 
P 2 Apr. 18 

22 Feb. 27 
P17 Aug. 26 

P 19 Sept 26 
P 26 Sept 26 
P 18 July 20 
P 12 Apr. 31 
P 28 Oct 31 
P 28 Sept 30 

24 Jan. 34 
P 12 Sept 34 
P 13 Feb. 35 
P28 Aug. 35 
P 5 Feb. 36 

20 Apr. 37 
P19 Aug. 36 

P 16 June 37 

22 June 37 

29 June 37 

PlONov. 37 

P 2 Dec. 37 

9 Mar. 38 
Pll May 38 



LIEUT. 



P 12 Dec. 11 
30 Dec. 19 

P 8 Apr. 26 

P 12 Dec. 26 
8 Oct 10 

P 9 Sept 28 
23 June 12 

P 12 May 25 

1 Apr. 81 

18 Feb. 30 

P 8 Oct. 30 
P 12 Apr. 31 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 13 Feb. 35 
5 Sept. 35 
P 6 Feb. 36 

23 May 37 

24 May 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 2 Dec. 37 

28 June 38 

5 July 39 

P 31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBY.-KAJ. 



28 June 38 



P31 Dec. 25 
P 8 Oct 30 
P 12 Sept 34 
P24NOV. 35 

21 June 33 

P22NOV. 36 

7 Nov. 27 

28 June 38 
P25 Dec. 38 
P31 Dec. 39 



5 Parmaster Toole s<>rve<l In 
the Peniiuula from Feb. 1810 
to March 1814, including the 
battles of BuMCO, and Fuentet 
d'Onor ; siege of Forte at, and 
battle of Salamanca (wTorely 
wounded in tlie left arm) ; 
battles of the Pyrenees (28th. 
80th, 80th and 81st July) and 
Nivelle, where he was severely 
wounded in the right leg. 

6 Quarter . Master Clarke 
served at the capture of Mar- 
tinique in 1800, and Ouada- 
loupe in 1810. 



P31 Dec. 39 
Paymo^er.— 9 Archer Toole,^ 1 May, 28; En». 11 May, 00; Lieut . 30 Jan. 12. 
Adt^utcmt.—Yfm^sm Ward, (Lieut.) 26 Sept. 34. 
Quarter-Master.— W\\i\axn Clarke," 16 Jan^ 17. 
5tfr^«m.--JameB Smith, M.D. 15 Feb. 30; Astist.-Surg. 25 Sept 12. 
Auist.'Surgeon. — Francis Charles Annesley, 17 Sept. 39. 

Faeinas Buff. — Agent, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. — Irish Agent, Borough, Armlt, & Co. 

1 Mi^or Simmonds served in the Peninsula from Feb. 1808 to Feb. 1818, including the battles of 
lUavera, Bnsaco, Albuhera ; retreat from Madrid to Salamanca, and engaged every day during that retreat 
to Ciudad Rodrigo. 

8 M^|or Bumslde served at the capture of Martinique, and dege of Fort Deaelz, March 1800; captnra of 
Onadalottpe in 1810 ; and campaigns of 181S and U in Canada. 

S M^or M'Leod served the whole of the campaigns of 1810 and 11, first half of 1812, and the latter part 
of 1814, in the Peninsula, including the battles of Busaoo, and Puentes d'Onor, 8rd and 6th May 1811 * and 
all the other operations. 

4 Captain Charles Campbell served at the siege of Flushing in 1800; and subsequently in the Peninsula, 
iaelndlng the battle of Castalla, and ilage of Tarragona, under Sir J. Murray. 

213 P 



Emb. for Foreignl 



62nd {or Wiltshire) Regt. of Foot. 

"PENINSULA." 



r Serving in th* 
L Bsit ludiM. 



Yeftr»'Ser%' 



53 



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P*y. Pay. 



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17 


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13 





15 





26 
27 


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28 





14 





11 





27 
10 





22 
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7 





7 





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9 sir Archibald Campbell/ Bart. Q.C.B. Bum. 28 Dec. 1787 ; Lieut. 20 April, 

91; Capt. 17 May, 99; JlfryVw, 14 Sept. 04; Lieut.-CoL 16 Feb. 09; Cot, 

4 June, 14; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May, 25; LieuL-Gen, 28 JimCf 38; Ci^ 77th 

Regiment 23 Dec. 34. Colonel. 

Lieut.'CiOoneU.—Wi Thomas Reed, Comet, 26 Aug. 13 ; Lieut, p 2 May, 15 ; 

Copt. P 19 Feb. 24 ; Mqjor, p 15 June, 26 ; Lieut.-Col. p 1 1 Aug. 29. 
9 WBi George Hillier, Ens. 23 March, 09 ; Lieut. 10 May, 10 ; Capi. 9 July, 

12 ; Brevet'MqjoTf 21 June, 17 ; Regtl.-Mqjor, 17 Oct. 26 ; Brevet- Lieut.- 

Col 24 July, 28 ; Regtl.-Lieut.-Col. 27 Sept. 35. 
Mqfon.—Hon. George Upton, Bm. P24 April, 23; Lieut, p 29 Oct 25; Capt, 

P 12 Dec. 26; Mqjor, P 16 June, 37. 
Francis J. Ellis, Ent. p 20 March, 27 ; Lieut, p 17 June, 29 ; Capt. p 10 May» 

33 ; Mfjfor, p 16 March, 38. 



Captains. 

Wm. T. Shortt. 

James Fraser Macdonell ^ 
George James Bower* . . 

9 Henry AsUer^ 

George Herbert Clarke. . 
William Ambrose Pender 

Colin Buchanan 

Wm. Mathias 

Thos. Donaldson Price ^. . 
9 John Geo. Rawstome \ 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Samuel Wood Graves .... 

Henry Jackson 

George Eratt. 

George Edward Olphcrts. 
Henry Thos. Hutchins^ . 
George Augustus Hatton. 

Henry Wells 

Alexander Macleod 

Robert Shearman 

Frederick Edw. Scobell . . 

Griffin Nicholas 

Charles Henry Gason.. . . 

Thomas Knox Scott 

John Grant 

Augustus Harris 

George Mackay 

George James Fulton. . . . 

John F. Egar 

Arth. Maynard Herbert.. 

William M'Nalr 

George Sims 

John Tho. Jos. English . . 

Charles Young 

Ensigns. 

James Elkington 

Lennard Barrett Tyler.. 

John Dane 

Robert Gubbins' 

George £. Hillier 

Wm. F. Dickson 

Henry Meade Hamilton 
John Burton Forster 



BNSION. 



25 Mar. 

26 Dec. 
2 Nov. 

26 Nov. 
P 8 Apr. 
P 25 June 

12 Nov. 
P 8 Feb. 
P 8 Dec. 

22 July 



25 
11 
13 
12 
26 
29 
12 
31 
08 
13 



P 5 Nov. 29 

P 5 Apr. 31 

30 Dec. 31 

P 20 Jan. 32 

8 Nov. 26 
P 2 Nov. 30 
P 8 Mar. 33 
PIO Mar. 33 
P 20 Sept. 33 
P 20 June 34 

8 Apr. 34 
PIO Oct. 34 
P13 Mar. 35 
P30Oct. 35 
P 4 Mar. 36 
P25 Mar. 36 

13 Feb. 35 
P 16 June 37 
P 13 Nov. 35 

2 Dec. 36 

10 Mar. 37 

P 7 Aug. 33 

P28 Nov. 37 

P 12 Jan. 38 
P 23 Mar. 38 
Pll May 38 
Pl4Sept.38 

14 Dec. 38 
25 Jan. 39 

P 9 Aug. 39 



LIBUT. 



PSODec. 

23 Oct. 
3 Apr. 

24 Jan. 



26 

13 
15 
25 



CAPTAIN. 



P26Feb. 29 
30 June 31 
17 Aug. 32 
20 May 36 

P 4 Sept 35 

P 12 Jan. 38 
15 Jan. 38 

P 16 Mar. 38 
28 Aug. 38 
10 Oct 38 



BEBY.-MAJ. 



7 June 27 
3 Mar. 33 

7 Apr. 14 
tP29Mar. 33 

30 Apr. 12 
18 Aug. 14 

3 Aug. 33 
P 20 Sept 33 
21 Sept. 33 
12 Oct 33 

8 Apr. 34 
P 13 Nov. 32 
Pll July 34 
P 13 Mar. 35 

29 Aug. 35 
Pll Mar. 36 

26 May 30 

10 Mar. 37 
P 16 June 37 
P28 Nov. 37 
P 12 Jan. 38 
P23 Mar. 38 
Pll May 38 
P 14 Sept 38 

14 Dec. 38 

15 Dec. 38 

16 Dec. 38 
21 June 30 

P22NOV. 39 ^^ ^ ^^ 

Mm ach May. Cch Jaae. I Ids July, awt \u 

IfQSi lOih. IMh, tad ISih Mar^b. aad 17lk Itoy 

1837. B« hM rverivcd hre MHtata. 

9 Dr. Dcmter Mrrad ia dk* 



1 C«p«. Macdootn MTved wt 
uUng of OcnoA iD 1814 

S Capt. Bower served at 
■let* of BattraM 

th« DMoaB eaiopalgaa is IS17 mA 
IS. Alioaithe«l««vor llvrt|iot«. 

4 CapC Astier terrtd to Ibr 
Pminnila from Wit to Qic end of 
flie war, iaeliidliic tbm b«rU«« «r 
Vlttocta, tha Pyrencca. NlvcOr. 
NiTe, Oitbaa, and Ta«Uoiiac. 

5 Caiilala Priea wrrad la ttkv 
Anwtteaa war, Iwrlndlm the- 
aetloDS of Fort 
Crack, Landy^ 
Chlnpawa t ■tonaiac «f 
HiU, aad aetfoa of Port 
Slifhlly wounded ia tiw 
ta a aortla aiada Vy the 
froat «f Port Krie. 

6 Captain Rawtlota* 
the Pealnsula, ftaia Aaf . ISIS 
the cad of tiM war. 
iaat at the haltlo of • 

7 Lleat. Hatehhu 
BanncM war a» volBntaor atth I 
B7th rcffoMat. 

8 Mr. Ottbblaa anrad w1* « 
•Idflrable distiaetloa darli^ 
ycart la tho Aaflo-Spaatth Lrflaa, 



P22 Nov. 39 

Paymmfcr.— C. H. J. Lane, 24 Jan. 29 ; Ens. 26 Mar. 18 -, Lieut. 27 May, 24. 
Adgutant.—XieoTge Sims, (Lieut.) 23 Apr. 39. 

Quarter^Master.—Wm. Guy, 16 Aug. 36 ; Ens. 2 May, 34 ; Lieut. 27 May, 36. 
Surgeon. — John Dempster,* M.D. 4 March, 36 ; Assist. Surg. 1 Sept 14 ; Hitfp.- 
Assistant'Surgeons.— Kenneth M'Caskill, 2 Aug. 33. {^Assist. 4 Oct 19. 

Henry Mapleton, M.D. 12 July, 39. 
Facings Baft — Agent, Messrs. Lawrte k McGregor, Charles-street, St Jamcs*a. 



I sir AreUbald CaiDptan 
ta tb« Esit ladlM, ud 
Py wn at, Nlvelto, snd Nl?«. 
214 



p«rfonn«d nwt snd dlitlArulshcd mitIm, both ta tiM m^ and 
H« liM riiMlfed a cnm uid one cls^ for Albiihttim» V 



Ye«n*8erT. 



59 



FaU 
Paj. 



Half 
Pay. 



30 
30 
30 
20 
16 
23 
13 
15 
11 
90 

11 

17 
8 

12 
9 

12 

13 
9 
8 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 

22 
6 
3 

17 
5 
3 

6 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 
15 

12 

17 

24 

6 



1 



^llJJS; «Sf5"J ^^rd {or West Suffolk) Regiment of Foot. l^\:S,^ 

« EGMONT-OP-ZEE"— « MARTINIQUE"—" GUADALOUPE." 

Wm. Dyott, * Ens, 14 Mar. 1781 ; Lieut, 9 May, 82 ; Capt, 25 April, 93 -, Mqjar, 

10 May, 94 ; Lieut,-CoL 18 Sept. 94 ; Col, 1 Jan. 1800 ; Mqjtyr-Gen, 25 April, 

08 ; Lieut.'Oen, 4 June, 13 ; Oen, 22 July, 30 ; Coi. 6drd, 7 April, 25. 
Xtffu^.-Co2a7i«2f.— 9 Q9i Joseph Logfai,^Ens, 20 Dec. 99; Lieui, 8 Aug. 01 5 

Capt, 2 Feb. 09; Brevet-Mqjor, 18 June, 15; Regtl-Mqfor, 27 July, 20; 

Lieut.'Col P 17 Dec. 29. 
James W. Fairtlough,' JSVw. p20 Aug. 02 ; Lieut. P24 May,04; Capt, P14 Mar. 

05; Brev.'Maj, 12Aug.l9; BefftL-Mq^ar, P26May,25; X^-CoM7Sept.33. 
ATq/arj.—Pery Baylee,^ Ens, 25 April, 05 ; Lieut, P 8 Aug. 05 ; Capt, 5 Not. 12 ; 

Brevet'Mqjor, 22 July, 30 ; Begtal,'Mqfor, 17 Sept 33. 
Arthur Cunllffe Pole, Ens, p7 Nov. 26; Lieut, 5 June, 30; Cop^ P18 Oct. 33; 

AfqjoTy P 1 Dec. 37. 



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Captains. 
9 Fred.Chid. Irwin,* K.H. 

Richard Fry 

9 WL Park Per. Neville • 
9 «» Anth. G. Sidley ^ 
Wm. Marcus Carew .... 

9 Henry Croly* 

John Hodson Fearon. . . . 

George Green' 

Exham S. T. Swyny .... 

John Foulston 

Lieutenants. 
Geoige Brookes Pratt . . 
Chas. D. C. O'Brien .... 

John Spier 

Wm. Jas. Darling 

Cha. Higginbotham .... 
Humphrey W. Coultman 
Hen. Tho. Crompton .... 

Hen. Jos. Swyny 

Aug. Fred. Codd 

Thomas Harries 

Hen. R. Seymour ...... 

John Thorp 

Rob. Ladbroke Day .... 

Fra. Mostyn Owen 

Patrick Lindesay 

Patrick Rob. Gordon .... 

Vesey Berdmore 

Giles Eyre 

Gust. Nicolls Harrison . . 

Jas. Rich. Lysaght 

9 John Fowle 

James B. Leatham 

CharlesEdwardFairtlough 

Ensigns. 
Theod. M. Haultain . . . 
Wm. Jas. Hutchins . . . 

William Kenny 

Wm. Fred. Carter 

Henry Lees 

S. F. C. Annesley 

John Hardie 

Robert Fulton Cameron 



ENSIGN. 



25 Mar. 08 
P26Apr. 10 

29 Mar. 10 
1 Aug. 11 

4 Oct. 15 
27 Apr. 09 
10 Oct. 27 

7 Apr. 25 

P 1 Oct. 29 

1 Feb. 07 

31 Dec. 29 

26 Mar. 23 
15 Nov. 12 

5 Feb. 29 
P 29 June 15 

1 Nov. 16 
P 12 Apr. 27 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P21 Dec. 32 
P 19 July 33 

20 Sept 33 
P27 Sept 33 
P 18 Oct 33 
P 1 Nov. 33 
P21 Feb. 34 
P 2 May 34 
9 Jan. 35 
P 30 July 18 
P 5 June 35 
3 Feb. 37 

19 Dec. 05 
P 5 Feb. 36 
P 12 May 37 

27 June 34 

2 Dec. 36 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P27 Dec. 37 
P 6 July 38 
P29Mar. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BREY.-MAJ. 



17 Aug. 09 
P 18 June 12 

17 July 11 
16 July 12 
16 Nov. 26 
10 June 13 

4 Feb. 32 

29 June 27 

P 17 Oct. 33 

29 Sept 08 

P 19 July 33 
24 Aug. 25 
10 Feb. 14 

19 Sept 33 

20 Sept 33 
20 Sept 33 

P 16 Oct 33 
P 18 Oct 33 
P21 Feb. 34 
P 2 May 34 
P 20 Feb. 35 
P 5 June 35 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 6 Nov. 35 
P 5 Feb. 36 

20 June 36 

22 Aug. 36 

18 Jan. 23 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 6 July 38 
P 2 Apr. 07 

9 Jan. 39 ^ 

P ai TI*M. oQ >» »M Mrerely wounded tfaroof h 
f Jl l^ec. iW I the left •boulder In the itonn of 
the firat tine of the eutle, 4tb Oct IBI*. Senred the 
eampaign of 1814 in Holland, Ineludlnf the hombard- 
ment of Antwerp, and anault on Berfra-op-Zoooi. 
Present at Waterloo. Served also in the Dcecan war. 
Inelttding the capture of Aiiecrrbur. Attached to the 
Nicam*! troops at the capture of a predatory fbne in 
the Decean, 11th Dec IBM. 



27 Mar. 27 28 June 36 

5 June 30 
27 Nov. 35 
22 May 35 
22 Aug. 36 
21 Apr. 37 

P 3 Nov. 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 8 Aug. 38 
31 Dec. 39 

8 OoL Pahrtlouffh aerrcd at the 
bambardoKBt of Ter Vere, and airfe 
and eaphire of nuahinr In HOB. 
Alio at the capture of Goadaloupo 
hilBl& 

4 Major Bajriee Mrrad at the 
capture of Martiniqua In 1808, ttid 
Ouadaloape In 1810. 

6 Mi^or Irwin Mrrcd In the Pen 
Iniula, flrom April, 180B, to Feb. 

1814, inelttdinf the capture of 
Opoftoi battle* of Tatavera and 
Pucntce d'Onor ; liece of Badi^ei ; 
fliccc and rtotmof Cindad Rodrigo ; 
fllegc of Badajoi, and capture of the 
eaatle by eeealade, 7th April, 1818 « 
battle of Salamanca t capture of 
Madrid and Betira ; battles of Vit- 
torla and the Pjrreneta i bcaidea ra- 
rloua aflhln and sklnnlalws on the 
advanee and retreat of the army. 
Senred also the Kandyan eam- 
paigni of 1817 and 18 in Ceylon. 

6 Capt Neville lerred in the 
Penhisula, fhmi July 1810, to May, 

1815. Including the siege of Cadia i 
batae of Focntes d'Onor, Srd and 
6th May I tlegefl of Ciudad Bod- 
rigo and Badajos (sererely wounded 
in the bead and leg) ; battle of Sala- 

and siege of Burgos, where 



31 Dec. 39 
Paymo^^.— Richard lane, 29 Sept. 37 ; Ens, 23 June, 25 ; Lieut, 25 Oct 27 ; 

Capt, 16 March, 32. 
Atj{futant.—W, J. Darling, (Lieut.) 8 Aug. 38. 

Quarter-Master,— 9Roht, Cartj^^l 1 Dec. 28 ; Ens. 24 Sept 12 ; Lieut. 20 Jan. 14. 
8urgean,-^ohn W, Watson, M.D. 6 April, 26 ; Assist.-Surg. 4 March, 13 \ Host, 
Assist.-Surgeons,— Henry PUleau, 22 Jan. 36. [Auistantf 10 Dec. 12. 

John Samuel Charlton, 1 March, 39. 
Facings Green. — Agent, Mr. CoUyer, Park-place, St. James'i^ 

1 Oan. Dyott aerred In the West ladies in 1798 ; in Egypt 1801 1 and at Walcberen. 

t Col. Logan served with the expedition to Hanover in 1800: to Copenhagen in 1807 ; the Conmna campaign, and sobsc- 
In *• PantnsMla, from ISlt to the end of the war. Wounded at Waterloo whilst In esmmand of the M battalion 

S16 



for Fofeiffni 64tt (oT 2nd Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot. [^2l2«! 

"8T. LUCIA"— "SURINAM." 



•I 



Ycan'Senr. 
42 



Poll I Half 



27 



28 
19 



17 
15 
15 
14 
13 
10 
10 


13 

9 

11 

10 
6 
6 
5 
5 
9 
5 
4 
4 
3 
6 
3 

3 
8 
8 

8 
2 
I 
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I 

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Colonel. ac w «Mi 

m Sir Rich. Bourke,» K.C.B. Em, 22 Nov. 17^5 ^"^1^ ^"f*' ^J^G^Ji 

19 July, 21 J JMui,'Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col, 64th Regt 29 Nov. 37. 

Lieut.CoUmd, . ^ «,« * ^i 

Ju. Edward Frecth,' Ens. 19 May, 13; Lumi. 23 April, 14; Capt. P17 April, 
17 ; Mqjor, P 24 Dec. 29 ; LUut.-CoL v 1 Dec. 37. 

Mqfors. , ^ rt # 

9 SeTcnu Wm. Lynam 8tretton,» Ens. 11 June, 12; Xieirf. 6 Jan. 14; Capi^ 

Pl3Aug.25; Af<i;or, P 2 Dec. 31. . ««o a ^ <m. #?«•# 

Hon, Geof Augi»tu^B^wne, Ens. p27 April, 20; Lieut, P28 Aug. 23; Copt. 

P31 Dec. 25; Mqfor,^! Dec. 87. 














Captains. 

James Draper 

Digby Hen. Lawrell .... 

Geo. Duberley 

Maximilian J. Western . . 
Edw. CurtiB Fownes .... 

Wm. John Jamet 

Francis Sealy 

Charles Norris 

9 Lewis Moore Bennett 
Q. C. Beresford Stirling 

LlEUTBNAHTS. 

D'Oyly Wm. Battley 

John Canavan 

Fred. Arthur Errington . . 
Stephen Henry Smyth . . 

Edw. Jones Coxe 

Ambrose Barcroft Parker 
H. Altham Cumberiege 
James Dntton Smyth . . 

Ramsay H. Smith 

II. Redfeam ColUnson . . 

W. W. Lyttleton 

Wm. Henry Lys 

M. Edw. Smith 

Ensigns. 
Hon.Q, F. W. YdTcrton 

Wm. Baillie Jopp 

F. H. Kilvington 

N.T.Williams 

Carey Handfleld 

Thomas Stirling 

William Parker 

Qeorge Amiel 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



18 Dec. 23 
P 28 Apr. 85 
P28Jan. 26 
P 10 June 26 
P 15 Feb. 27 
P20 July 30 
P19 Nov. 30 
P25 Feb. 31 

25 Feb. 08 
P 16 Aug. 31 

2 Apr. 20 
22 July 80 
P21 Feb. 34 
Pll July 34 
P 16 June 35 
Pl3Mar. 36 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P29 Dec. 35 
p 1 July 36 
p 4 Nov. 86 
p 14 Apr. 37 
16 Oct. 35 
P 3 Nov. 37 



P19N0V. 25 
P 12 Dec. 26 
P24Dec. 29 
P 8 June 30 
p 8 June 30 
P 20 Apr. 32 
P21 Dec. 32 
P23 Aug. 33 
30 May 09 
Pll July 34 



CAPTAIN. I BKBY.-MAJ. 



22 Aug. 34 

23 Aug. 34 



P24 Dec. 291 
P 4 Oct. 31 
P2d Aug. 33 
P29Dec. 35 
P 4 Nov. 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
p 5 Oct. 38 
P23 Apr. 39 
p 3 Aug. 20 
P20 Dec. 39 



lOJaa. 37 



S Uaiot StivllOQMrTCd* 
paigni of 181S tad IS In th« 
■ola, and wmi tcwtvly wmmdrH by 

P 1 July 36 torti 

P 4 Nov. 36 4 caiic RalsloB waa wtafkad 
iritti a detadMBMit of tteM* L%M 
Draffooiu la fhm outward 
Indian fled, whidk 
actkm with a 

undar Adnlial Llaeta. off fka 
Muirithis, Cth Aof. 18M, and la 
which thr enemy ware WoAn ^. 
On tfa* 6th Ai«. 1800. ba led Ika 
adraaetd Miaadfon of hia 
In aetian with tba rrhak 
Scringapatan. In whiah iha latter 



22 Oct. 37 

29 Nov. 37 

22 Apr. 35 

PdODec. 37 

P 6 July 38 

P 5 Oct. 38 

P 23 Apr. 30 

13 May 39 

P 80 Dec. 30 











p 1 Dec. 37 
P 6 July 38 
P 20 July 38 
P 5 Oct 38 

14 Dec. 38 
P23Apr. 30 

11 Oct 39 
P20Dec. 391 




tha lana data he 
ovtijring plqnH In a night 
fraan tha larriaoo of 



Pavmaster.--Jchn Ralston/ 29 Dec. 25 ; Comet, 6 July , 04 ; Lieui. 10 July , 06 ; 

Capt, 26 May, 14. 
A4itaant,—Edw. Jones Coxe, (Lieut.) 12 May, 39. 
Quarter'Maeter. — James Howes, 6 Sept 39. 

^ur^Am.— Michael Fogarty, 27 Jan. 32; Assist. -Surg. 11 March, 11. 
Assistant'8urgeons,-^IU}b. Keith Kynock, 4 Dec. 36. 

Wm. Henry Brownson, M.D. 17 Sept 39. 
Facings Black. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, Cane & Co. 



1 sir aMhard Banrfca arrvad In HoUand In ITW, and waa pmant In the 
andStt0at.wharthai«aelvfda8af«fc««andthni«Kh haih Jawa. 8arta4 



S Col. Piaath 



Aym. 
In tha 



or tha t71k Am. IMk and ISIh 
Jawa. Sartad aa Quarter- Martn'-Oanrral In 
onhainhandMhtoklSVt allhc ilafa and aioevtaf of Moota VIdaOb 



f Captain SUUry tarred In tha ri Bin mil ftna March. IMS. la Dee. ISIt. ineindlnff *a hatHa of 
al />■—!. Sahuffanna da Morrllla (tcntaly woonded), and PyitntMi Slat Ang. 
tarred alaa lntha~ 



ter'ad ana u tna uuitit war. 
S Capiatai Craly eerfad at Iha alaga aT P tn e h ing In I8W i hattary Sring fai tha SlralU af Meeelnn In ISll i In *a 

ftam inn*, l«lt, la the end of tha war* lnalndli« *a hattie of Caatalla . alaga af.TamgaM: dmok lad >b ■■ 

ttmm Villa Pranea, and tarcatnwm af Bareekoa. Serred Mtbtcnuenily In tha iMtriw wmr. 




VilU 
t Oaptain Green 
10 Qnan 

laf 

216 



af Bareekoa. Serred Mibea«)uanlly In 
In the Bnnneee war. 
Caitaervcd In Aa l^nlnanla. fron July. 1813, 10 tht and oflha *nr, 



Bmb. for For. 



Yean'Scrr. 


61 


PuU 


Half 
Pay. 


26 


1* 


9a 





17 


ft 


32 





31 


H 


24 


loS 


15 





27 
23 


7 


24 





12 





14 
12 





16 


^H 


13 


m 


12 





12 





12 





10 





9 





9 





8 





7 





6 





5 





5 





4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





24 

12 


^ 


2 





28 
6 


6« 




] 65th (or 2d Yarksh. N. Riding) RegL of Foot 

The R&yal Tiger, superscribed << INDIA"— << ARABIA. 



[SeirlBg In 
Canada. 



BV8I6N. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



21 Apr. 08 
June 08 

31 July 06 
P 7 July 25 
P27 Aug. 08 
5 Apr. 10 
P 12 Dec. 
P20Mar. 

19 Dec. 

26 Apr. 



26 
28 
15 
28 



23 Oct. 09 
22 Feb. 10 

IMar. 09 

P 22 Apr. 26 

4 July 11 

24 Oct. 11 
P 23 Apr. 29 
P28 0ct. 31 

19 Mar. 
P29 June 



P 1 May 23 
20 Mar. 27 



27 
29 
27 
27 



24 
32 



13 Mar. 

P23 Apr. 

3 Apr. 

13 Nov. 
P 19 Sept. 34 
P 5 Feb. 36 
Pl5Dec. 25 
p 5 Jan. 39 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



28 June 38 



Colonel. 
Thomas Orosyenor/ Etu, 1 Oct. 1779 ; Lieut. & Capt, 20 Oct. 84; Capt. & 

Lieut.'Col 25 April, 93 ; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Mqjor-Gen. 29 April, 1802 ; LietU.' 

Qen. 25 April, 08; Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Col. 65 Regt. 8 Feb. 14. 
Lieui.'CohmeL—n&ay Senior,' Ens. 6 May, 13 ; lAeut. 28 Dec. 15 ; Capt. P24 

April, 23; Mqjor^ P12 March, 29; Lieut.-Col. P19 Sept. 34. 
Mqfort. — Peter Farquharson,' Em. 1 Sept. 07; Lieut, p 1 May, 10 ; Capt. 2 

June, 25 ; Mqjor, p 24 Aug. 32. 
Samuel Walker, J5!n#. p 10 Oct.22 ; Lieut, p 12 May, 25; Capt. Pi Not. 27 ; 

Mtffor, P 19 Sept. 34. 

Captains. 
Sam. Robinson Warren^.. 

9 Junes Nokes* 

John Thome Weyland ^ . . 

Charles Wise 

George Smyth 

James Patience 

Alfred Fran. W. Wyatt . . 

Cha. Emilius Gold 

William Snow 

Geo. Freeman Murray . . 

Lieutenants. 

VRickardO'Connell^ .. 

John Tho. Westropp .... 

Jas. Lewis Smith 

James Haining 

John Alex. Drought .... 

Wm. Pym Young 

Richard Newenham .... 

John Sealy 

Francis Wise 

Patrick Day Stokes .... 

Wm. Surtees Cook 

St. Leger Barry 

Robert Haldane 

Ensigns. 

Peter Wolfe 

J. Wms. Marshall 

Cha. Guy Trafford 

Oliver Nicolls 

Cha. Wm. Sutton 

John Harrey 

Christopher Rhatigan.. .. 
Duncan Bazalgette .... 



12 
12 



12 May 

8 Oct. 
P21 Sept. 28 

27 Apr. 28 
P25 Noy. 
P26 Oct. 

14 June 
P 1 Nov. 
P 29 June 
P22 0ct. 
P27 June 
P27 Nov. 



28 
30 
31 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 



P 5 Feb. 36 

P 22 July 36 
P 2 Sept. 36 



38 
38 
38 
89 
39 
40 



15 July 13 

23 Sept. 13 
P22 0ct. 33 

21 Feb. 34 
PlOSept. 34 
P27 Nov. 35 
P 5 Feb. 36 
P 2 Sept. 36 
P 12 Jan. 38 
P 13 Jan. 
P 5 Jan. 

10 Jan. 

13 Dec. 



38 
39 
39 
39 



b CaplBlD Nok«f MTvcd la tiie 
Fnlnfala, ft«m May, 1800. to P«K 
1BI4, iiteludlnt the hatites oT TaU- 
Twa, FncstM iTOaor, SalamaDea. 
Vittoria, Am Pyrenees aad Nive, 
fh>m9ch to 13th Dee.; licgea ofCla- 
dad Rodfiffo and BurgtM. Prcaenl 
at the battle of Harriapore, la the 
Nepaul eoontry. In IBlt. 

6 Captain Weyland Mrrcd tiie 
eampalf ns of Upper Canada, frooi 
ISIS to I8IS. laeludlng the aetlona o€ 
Port Oeorve. he. Severely woondcd 
at Stoney Creek. 

f Lient. O'Conaell ■erred In Hie 
Pcninsola from April, 181S to Iho 
end of the war. including the bat- 
tlef of Salamanca and Vlttorla. 



Severely wounded at the capture of Badi^os on the 
nlfht of the 6th April. 18 It, where he Mrredaa a Tolon- 
toer with the itominf party. 

8 Paymaitor Blake Mrred the campalgnsof 1S14 and 
15 In Vpper Caaadai 



P 12 Jan. 
P 13 Jan. 
P 6 July 
P 5 Jan. 
26 Apr. 
P 31 Jan. 

Paymaster.— Stephen Blake,* 25 Feb. 22; Ent. 3 Feb. 14; Lieut. 3 Sept. 18. 
Acyutant.—^smeB Haining, (Lieut.) 21 Feb. 34. 
Quarter-Master.— Thomaa Paul, 26 Apr. 39; Ens. 26 Jan. 39. 
5ttr^«m.— Copeland Grattan, M.D. 11 Sept. 28 ; Assist.-Surg. 14 June, 10. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — ^John Edward Nicoll, 11 Aug. 35. 

Geo. Roche Smith, 13 Sept. 33. 
Facings WbiXe.— Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co.— Irish Agent, Borough, Armit k Co. 

1 Oeneral Onwvcnor aceompanied hb regiment (the 3rd Poot Ouarda) to Holland In ITM, and afterward* Into Planden. 
In I79S h« went with the ezpediyon to the Holder, and wae preMut In the aflUr at the llnct of Zuype (wounded), the batde of 
Alkmaer, and the actions of the 17th Sept. and 6th and 9th Oct. Commanded the picqueU and out-poeu at the siege of Co- 
puliagi n on the day or the sortie, when the Danes were tcpalicd. At the siege of Plnshli«, he was next In command to 
Sir Byiw Cooto. 

1 CoL Senior wae sevcidy wounded la the aetton hotweea H. M. packet Lt^mlmg, and die American prlrateer foe, off 
Baitodeee, SOth Sept. 1811. 

S MeJor PanpiharKm serred at the caplnre of the Isle of Pnnee in 1610. Capture of the fbrt of Now Nuggar in Kallywar, 
Peb. 1S14. Osi the borders of Setaidla's country in 1814 aad IS. Capture of Ports of Joorln, Aug. 1615. Ai^ar aad 
veto, Pebk, Dhli^ee and Owarfca. March, 1S16. AcUoa and enptare of Pooaa. 17th Mardi, 
MIS, *e Mahratta Oenctal Ookia killed, and Satteria Rcya captured. St 
of the Ports of Rass<«l-Kyma and Zanu, 8th aad ltd Dec I81S. Served 
ggUMi off Beal-Boo-AH. Snd March. 

4 CoL Warren served la the opedltion agafaiBt plratea in the Prraiaa GnU la 1808, aad was severely wouadcd la aa 
attach OB the fert of Loft. Capture of ttie Isle of Praaee la 18ia Mahratla faiapaigm from ISlft to 1616, and agala la aa e». 
pedittoa up tiie Perslaa Oulf in 1818. Brevet Lient-Coloael 10 I>cc. 88. 

317 



1817. At Aahteo. 
of Katch Boqje Port, March, 1819. 
la ArabU ia 1811, aad was pi 



KhUB- 

list Pah. 



It hi tile 



Emb. for For.l 
Senriee. 18S7.J 



66th {or the Berkshire) Regiment of Foot 



rSerrlBC Ib 
L Cum4a. 



"DOURO"— '* TALAVERA"— « ALBUHERA"— " VITTORIA"— " PYRBNEBS"— 
" NIVELLE"—" NIVE"— "ORTHES"— " PENIN8ULA." 



Yeart'Serr. 



54 



FuU 
P»7. 



17 



17 
15 



Half 
Pay. 







32 





20 
15 
14 





15 





12 
12 


* 


10 





9 





8 





21 





13 





14 





14 





7 





7 





6 





6 





5 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





25 


»A 


4 





12 


1 


14 





14 






CoUmeL 
9 Richard Blunt/ Em, 31 Jan. 1787; Lieut. 23 Feb. 91 ; Copt. 12 July, 03 ; 

Mqjar, 17 May, 96 ; Lieut.-CoL 23 Aug. 99 ; Col 25 Oct 1809 ; Mqjor-Gem. 

1 Jan. 12 ; LieuU-Oen, 27 May, 25 ; Col. 66th Regt. 25 March, 36. 
iietrf.-CotoneL— Tho. Henry Johnston, Ent. p 21 Feb. 22 ; Lieut, p 1 Oct 25 ; 

Capt. P24 Oct 26 ; Mqjor, p 20 May, 36 ; Lieut. -Col. p28 Dec. 38. 
Jtfq;or*.— Clopton Lewis Wingfield,' Ent. Pll Oct 21 ; Lieut. 27 Nov. 24; Capt. 

P 10 June, 26 ; Major, p 2 Feb. 38. 
Tho. Leigh Goldie, Ens. p 13 June, 25 ; Lieut, p 10 Dec. 25 ; Capt. p 24 Nov. 28 ; 

Mqjor, P 28 Dec. 38. 



Captains. 

9 John Clarke' 

Thos. Hewit Baylie^ 

Wm. Joshua Crompton . . 
Wm. Longworth Dames . 

Tho. W. Nesham 

William Gordon 

Cha. Edw. Michel 

John Parker 

Geo. Longworth Dames . 
Geo. Orattan Biscoe .... 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Rainsford 

John Johnston 

9CiB Robert Steele* 

George Maxwell 

Le Marchant Carey .... 
T. Barnes Lord Cochrane 
Ralph A. Chas. Daniell . . 

Hen. John Turner 

E. M. Davenport 

Hon, E. A. P. H. Lambart 

Fred. Chas. Trench 

Fred. John Trick 

Geo. A. Taylor 

Charles Henry Godby.. . . 

ENSIQlfS. 

J. H. B. Birch 

Hen. L. G. Scott 

Edw. Berens Pratt 

Bennett Langton 

Henry Steele 

Geo. Marshall Knipe .... 
Fred. Joseph Belcher. . . . 



BNSION. 



P 14 July 08 
P 14 Aug. 06 
P 10 Sept 25 
P26JuIy 26 
P 14 Apr. 25 
P 5 June 28 
P25 Nov. 28 
P26Feb. 30 
P 5 Apr. 31 
P 7 Apr. 32 

17 Feb. 19 
P24 May 27 

23 Mar. 26 
P23Feb. 26 
P27 Sept 33 
P27 Sept 33 
Pll Apr. 34 
P 9 May 34 
P24 Apr. 35 
P20 May 36 
P22 Nov. 36 
P23Dec. 36 

10 Jan. 37 
P 12 May 37 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIK. 



3 Oct 00 

25 June 07 
P 12 Dec. 26 
P24 Nov. 28 
P29 Aug. 26 
P27 Apr. 32 

23 Nov. 33 
Pll Apr. 34 
P27 June 34 
P 12 Feb. 36 

7 Apr. 25 
P 9 Mar. 32 

26 Sept 33 
29 May 28 
10 Jan. 37 

P12 May 37 

P 2 Feb. 38 

P22 Nov. 86 

6 Aug. 38 

27 Dec. 38 
P28 Dec. 38 
p 15 Feb. SO 
P22Feb. 39 
P27 8ept39 



P 13 Jan. 
6 Apr. 
Pll Apr. 
P27 June 
P24 May 
P 12 May 
p 2 Feb. 
P 28 Dec. 
P22 Feb. 



25 
15 
34 
34 
33 
37 
38 
38 
39 



P27Sept39 



BBBV.-MAJ. 

28 June 38 
10 Jan. 37 



P 15 Dec. 37 

P 2 Feb. 38 

28 Aug. 38 

P28 Dec. 38 

1 Feb. 30 

P22 Feb. 39 

p 27 Sept 39 

Paynuuter. — Kenneth Tolmie Ross, 11 Aug. 25; Ent. 22 June, 09; iAmit. 

8 Oct 12. 
At^utant.^Bon. E. A. F. H. Lambart, (Lieut.) 27 June, 38. 
Quarter'Matter.-^WilhBm Hornby, 1 Feb. 27. 
Surgeon.-^. Miller, M.D. 4 Jan. 39 ; A$tiit.'8urg. 8 Feb. 16. 
Aenit.'Surgeant.'^yf. Linton, M.D. 18 Jan. 27 ; Hotp.-Asrigt. Dee. 2a 

Philip Anglin, M.D. 13 Dec. 27 ; Hosp.-Astist. 31 Aug. 26. 
Facings Green. — Agent, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. — Irish Agent, Messrs. Cane & Co. 

1 Q«Deral Binot terred in Lord Moira't ezpodition, and In Flanden in 17M and 96» and was activelf cai> 
ployed In the Wert Indiee, from 1705 unUl IM*. He luu •Inee sarred In UanoYert Madein, and im lb* 
Peninsula. 

2 Mi^or Winglleld tenred two earopaigni In the Barmeie territories, and was in eveiy aellan la wUdi ihm 
18th lAfhi Infantry was engaged. 

8 M^or Clarke ierred In the Penlnrala, from March, 1800^ to the end of the war, including the batllia oT 
Oporto and TalaTeim; Lines of Torres Vedras; actions of Arroja de Molina, and Campo Mayor; battle mi 
Albubem; siege of Badigos; battles of Vlttoria, the Pyrenew, (from Sftth to 81st July, and M Aug.X 
NiTelle, NlTe. (0th and ISth Dee.); action of St. Palais; battles of Orthes, Aire and TVmlonse, hoMea 
numerous sklnnUhos. At the battle of Albuhera, when In the command of a comp an y of flaaken, wan 
struck down by a Polish lancer, and taken prisoner, bat made bis eecape In a charxe of caralry. 

4 M^|or Baylie served at the capture of the Isle of France hi I8I0 ; and of Java tn 181 1, Inrloding thv 
actions of the 10th and 89d Anc., storming of the entrenched lines and forts of Cornells, storming MtiOfd 
height* of Serandole, storm and capture of Port Onarang. Serred In the campaigns of 1814 and I^ against 
the Nepaut States; also at the siege and capture of Hattns, and In the Mahratta campaign of 1817 and If. 
Lieut. Steele's senrices :— Campaign and battle of Coninna, where he was slightly wounded In the n«ck. 



Expedition to 
Bayooae. 



Walcheren. Paalnsala, April, 1810 to 1814, including the siege of Cadli tad 



btocljule 9t 
«I8 



"I^YeSS?"] 67th (or SotUh Hampshire) Regimmt of Foot. fSSlSSi! 

The Royal Tiger, superscribed, " INDIA"—" BARROSA"— « PENINSULA." 

CoUmeL 
9 Sir John Macdonald/ K.C.B. Ens, — April, 1796; lAeut. 2 Feb. 96; Capt. 

22 Oct. 1802; Mqfor, 28 Feb. 05; Lieut-Col. 17 Mar. 08 ; CoL 4 June, 14; 

MqjoT'Qen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut-Gen, 28 June, 38 ; CoL 67th Regt. 25 Aug. 28. 
Xttfu/.-Co2{m«/.— Thoma8Banbury,>K.H.JS'7u. 25 Mar.04 ; Lieut. 24 Dec.04 ; Capt. 

P3 Nov. 08 ; Mtyor, 14 April, 14 ; Lieut.'ColP5 July, 21 ; Col 10 Jan. 37. 
3f(t(;or«.— Edward Basil Brooke, 2nd Lieut. 15 Dec. 17 ; Lieut. 9 April, 25 ; 

Capt. Pll July 26; Mqjor, p5 July, 31. 
WUliam Nesbitt Orange,' Sns. 5 Feb. 14; Lieut. 19 Jan. 19 ; Capt. p 24 Oct. 21 ; 

JIfipor, P15 Aug. 34. 



Yeaw' Senr. 


45 


FuU 


Half 


Pay. 


P»y. 


35 


lA 


22 


A 


18 


^ 


35 


9 


31 





31 





15 





17 


^ 


18 





12 


21 





11 





25 


2 


16 





15 





6 





8 





8 





6 





5 





7 





5 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 ' 


1 





1 





1 





23 





16 





1 





24 


4ft 


6 





2 






Captains 

8 Geo. Cosby Harpour* . . 
Thomas James Adair^ . . 
Wm. White Warburton«.. 
Samuel Yorke Martin .... 

Thomas Unett 

Thos. Josephus Deverell . . 
Chas. Christopher Davie.. 

Thomas Byrne 

Hon. Arch. O. Stuart.. . . 
Alexander Mackenzie . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Chas. Woodcock James . . 
George Alfred Cnrrie .... 
Henry James Y. Kemble.. 
John Elton M. Prower.. . . 
Ferdinand Whittingham.. 

John Porter 

Charles B. Hague 

William Pilsworth 

Rodham C. D. Home 

Henry CoUette 

Thomas P. Onslow 

John Thomas Locke 

Capel Coape 

Ensions. 

Alexander Dury 

Wm. Robert Adair 

J. L. Campbell 

Edw. H. Westropp 

Walter Caulfield Pratt.. . 

Henry Dawson 

Rich. Morgan HumiVey. . 
Wm. Hayter Hussey 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



20 April 96 

25 May 09 
17 Aug. 09 

8 April 25 
P 27 Sept. 21 

7 Nov. 22 
P 11 Dec. 28 

4 Nov. 19 

P 30 April 29 

25 Oct. 13 

27 Jan. 25 

1 Sept. 25 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 14 Dec. 32 

2 Nov. 32 
P 28 Mar. 34 
P 5 Sept. 35 
P24May 33 
P 16 Oct. 35 
P 26 Aug. 36 

17 Nov. 37 

26 Dec. 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 

P 5 Aug. 37 
P 30 Dpc. 37 
30 Mar. 38 
P 2 Nov. 38 
P 25 May 39 
p24 Aug. 39 
Pll Oct. 39 



29 Dec. 08 

20 Feb. 11 

2 April 12 

P 28 Jan. 26 

P 22 July 24 

25 June 29 

P 5 July 31 

5 Mar. 23 

P 30 Aug. 31 

5 Oct. 15 

P 11 Dec. 28 

16 Mar. .32 
P 5 Aug. 37 

28 Aug. 37 
P 19 Feb. 36 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 30 Dec. 37 

18 Mar. 38 
P 2 Nov. 38 

22 Jan. 39 
P25May 30 
P 24 Aug. 30 
Pll Oct. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 
28 June 88 



9 Dec. 19 
P 27 Mar. 23 

5 May 26 
P 24 Feb. 29 
P 6 July 26 
P 30 Aug. 31 
P 30 Dec. 37 
22 Jan. 39 
P25 May 39 

9 Aug. 36 



S Dr. Riaeh tenrwl the eampalfiM 
or 1813 and U In Oennany tad Hoi- 
land, Inchadlng tbe aetioD •! Uio 
Goenl« la tUnover, 18th Sept. 1919} 
■flUr near Antwerp, Jan. 1914 1 
attack on MrnuMOB, and aubfequeal 
opcratlnns afainst the French fleet 
at Antwerp. Present at Waterioo 
CO the 16th. 17th, and 18th June. 



P 8 Nov. 39 
Paymaster.— James Robinson,? 26 Dec. 37 ; Ens. 20 Nov. 17 ; Lieut. 24 April, 20. 
il4^'u^an/.^-Charles Woodcock James, (Xt^uf.) 26 Dec. 37. 
Quarter-Master.— George Crispin, 25 Oct. 39; Ens. 22 Mar. 89. 
Surgeon.— 43B> J. Riach,^ M. D. 19 Nov. 30 ; Assist.-Surg. 2 July, 12 ; Hosp.- 

Assist. 18 May, 12. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Edward Hugh Blakeney, 17 Oct. 34. 

Thomas Honor Wheeler, 28 Dec. 38. 
Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Cox &. Co. 

1 sir Joha Maedonald lerved the cnmpalga of 1901 in KfTpt, and has reeelred a Medal and one Clasp for Barroaaa and the 
pasaa^ofthe Nive. 

9 CoL Bunbnrf led the stonninf at Fort Zelalna, In Surinam, in 1804. Served the eampaiirn of IBM In Holland, In- 
dodinc the attacks on Meraem, and the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp. Senred also In the American war. 

5 M«|or OMnge scrrcd on the frontien of Niagara in 1814 and 15. Served also at the siege and capture ot Roahrjr, 
Bhyghur, and other places in the Soutbera Coneaa country in India in 1918. 

4 M^r Harponr serred in 9paln fhmi Sept. 1810 to 1814, loeludtng the siege of Cadis ; battle of Barrosa ; actions at Bala- 
gncre and Villa Fraaea ; sieges of TerragooA and Barcelona. 

6 M^M- Adair serred In 9pnta from Sept. 1810 to the ^nd of the war, including the siege of Cadit, battle of Barrosa, Fort 
San Ptiillp, Balaguere, VDIa Fraaea, Tarragons aad Bareelooa. Senred also the Nepaul campaigns of 1817 and 18, and 
awhswjiiently in the Deeeaa, laeludiag the siege and reduction of Rhyghur, Amulaier, and Asarerghnr. Twice severely 
wounded by matehlodi balls ia the left arm, aad right side at the siege of Assecrgfaur oa the evening of the 19th March, 1819, 
la repulsing a sortie made by the garrlsao of the fort into the town. 

9 Capi. Warburton served (the Nepaal campaigns of 1817 and 18, and subsequently In the Doeeaa. iBckidtag the eaptairc 
«f the forti at Rhyghur and Asaeetghur. 

7 Paymaster Robinson served at the siege of Asseerghur, March and April, 1819. 

219 



*SJi^W] 68^A {or Durham) Regt. of Foot {Light Infantry). RS2L 

« BALAMANCA"— « VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVBLLB** 

« ORTHES"— " PENINSULA." 



rean'Serv. 


40 


Pull 


Half 


P»y. 


Pay. 


33 


lA 


17 


2ft 


15 





17 





14 


ft 


15 





13 





12 





11 





10 





9 





8 





7 





17 





15 





7 





7 





7 





7 





7 





7 





6 





5 





5 





4 





4 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





12 


3 


6 





5 





6 





6 






Colond. 
9 Sir WmUun Johnston,* K.C.B. Ent. 3 June, 1791 ; Lieut. 7 Jan. 94; Capi, 

4 April, 95 ; Mqjor^ 27 Feb. 1800 ; Lieut.-Cal. 25 April, 08 ; Col^ 4 June, 14 ; 

Mqfor-Gen. 27 May, 25 : Lieut. -Qtn. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 68th Light In&ntry^ 

6 April 38. 
Lieui.'CoUmeL-^Tf lOi John CroM,' K.H. Ens. 9 July, 05 ; Lieut. 29 May, 06 ; 

Capt. 31 Dec 12 ; Mnotyr, p 23 June, 25; Lieut.-Col. P8 Feb. 31. 
Mtyors.-^Lord Wm. Paulet, Rm. p 1 Feb. 21 ; Lieut, p 23 Aug. 22 ; Capt, p 19 

Feb. 25 ; Mt^m-j p 10 Sept. 30. 
Richardson Wm. Huey, Ens. 26 March, 25; Ueut. Pl9 Dec. 26; Capt. p II 

June, 30; Miyar, p 13 Oct 38. 



Captains. 

Harry Smyth 

Donald H. A. Mackinnon 
Richard Leckonby Phipps 

George Witham 

Wm. Henry Gillman .... 

Geo. M<Beath 

James Benners Parkinson 

Alfred Edward HUl 

Robert Hilaro Barlow . . 

Arthur Mainwaring .... 

Lieutenants. 

9 James Duff^ 

Evan Macpherson 

John Moore Napier .... 
Mascie Domville Taylor. . 

Henry Smyth 

Herbert Blount 

Henry Aime Ouvry .... 

William Cross 

John Johnston 

Percy HiU 

Heneage G. Wynne .... 
Ensigns. 

Lincoln C. Elwes 

William W. Homer 

Peter Chas. S. Grant 

William Rho<les 

Salway Browne 

Alfred Tipping 

Walter Y. Beale 

Robert G. Jephson 

Chas. Orlando Bridgcroan 
Graham Elmslie 



BNSION. 



P 10 July 23 
P 10 Nov. 25 
10 April 25 
P 20 Mar. 27 
P 1 July 28 
P 15 Oct. 29 
Pll June 30 
P 9 Aug. 31 
P17 Aug. 32 
P 3 May 33 

15 May 23 
8 April 25 
P 31 May 33 
P 10 May 33 
P 28 June 33 
P 8 Nov. 33 
p 17 Oct. 33 
P 29 Nov. 33 
Pll July 34 
P 24 April 35 
P 10 July 35 

P 20 May 36 
22 July 36 
P 15 Sept, 37 
P 18 Mav 38 
P 25 May 38 
P 22 June 38 
P 5 Oct. 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 
p 8 Mar. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 15 Oct. 29 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 3 May 33 
Pll July 34 
P 13 May 36 
P 28 Oct 36 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P 18 May 38 
P 5 Oct. 38 
P 13 Oct. 38 



3 LIrat. Doff 
ejqwdittoB to WaldMrm, aad 
twice wouadrd !■ Ik* bead tai i 
with the •ocmy 
aUi Aof . 1809. Served to ih* Pm. 
liuoU, tnm JoM, 1611. to Hw mmA 
of the WW. toelndiiw tk« mmkm oT 
M oreteo, SOlta June t h«|fliti ahovv 
MorcMO. tltt Jam. ISll ; b«l«» of 
SaUnanca < captoi* af Madftd wmA 
Fort BI-R«tlro t actla* ai 
R»ar Burffoa, SOIh Ocu, aod at 
MuiHM. ITUi Nov. ISIti 
Vittoria, Pampel«Ba, 
EselMlar, Laaarco, Nlvrtto. 



P 13 Aug. 25 
P 5 June 27 

31 Dec. 28 
P 26 Oct. 30 

14 May 31 
P 31 May 33 
P 28 June 33 
Pll July 34 
P 26 June 35 
P 13 May 36 

20 July 25 
P 20 Mar. 27 
P 20 May 36 

18 Dec. 35 
P 28 Oct. 36 
P 15 Sept 37 
P 4 Sept 35 
P 19 Jan. 38 
P 18 May 38 
P 5 Oct 38 

P 13 Oct 38 1 (^^„,y woiwled tUnMgh th* Mk 
fbet), arar Bafooae Ittb and ISdi r«b. 
bnidM minor aadoiu and •kirmiabct. 



P23 Aug. 39 
Poymiuf^.— Lempster Bulkcley, 10 May, 39 ; Ene. 8 April, 25 ; Lieut. SO 

May, 28; Ca/)/. 9 Jan. 35. 
A^utant.---^€Aak Johnston (Lieut.) 1 June, 38. 
Quarter^Maeter. — James Baxter, 15 July, 35. 
Surffeon.-^ohn Collis Carter, M.D. 19 Oct 38; Aeeitt.^Surf, 2 June, tS, 

Hotp.'Aseiet. 10 Jan. 14. 
Ametant'SuTffeont. — Alexander Leslie, 18 July, 34. 

Charles Inring, 12 June, 35. 
Facinge Green. — Agent y Messrs. Cox & Co. — IriMh Agent ^ Borough ft Co. 

I 9» Wto. ioknatoa MBkarkad Aw Tooloa to 17W> and waa p n a c n t al wwral aftln of 
hdgfela, wbn a«n. O^Hara waa aaada priaoocr. Servtd tai Caralea. aad waa praaaat at th* 
(wovadcd). Accompanied At npcdition to Tttacaajr to 17S7. 8«ffvcd to tho wpwlHtoi 
liUnda to ISSl. and tho npcdttton to Walehctva. ComwaiMWd the ttth at tta alago of 
a Mcdal and two eUapt for Satoiancn. Tlltofto, (arvmoly wenadad), ttA Onhca. 

1 CoL CNBi aarvad to tbo PwlMnU fnm ItOS to dw tad oT tbo 
dadtof tbo l a wp i lg ii taA bottte oT Coranoa i aellea at Alaalda oa *• Gaa, S4 Jnlf. ISIO | boHto aT 
Panahal llth Marah, Badtaha ISlh Maacb (woandad), Mlnadn do Covo l«h UmdK PM do Aianoa 
Sd April, baatfoaf raaatoad*Oaor Snl and Mb Mar. Mil. Slafo of CtadMl Bodriiai. Aro« Sib to Itlh 1m. 
Mnaoa. Ifto Nov. 1811, Son MlUaa IStb Inaa. ISIS, todtto oT VMtorto i Laneoe btldga. Bbtaaaaa. SMk A^. i V< 
Mivollt, Nlva (Mb. IMh. aad lltb Dee. ISIS), Orttca, TWbaa. aad Taaloaae. a « oa l fo d • aofofw a« 
JawatWatortoa. OoL Cnm arrrcd to tbo Llgbt DlvWaa aa a vohmtcor. wlfb Ibo lal bMtoUoa af tbc 
whaa oflbMi** to *• Id bnltoltoB, ftoa SlM Doe. ISll tolalr. ISIS. 




'fc^/S^'iSlf] Q9th jar South Unco buhire) R egiment of Foot. KS*?.. 

" JAVA "— " BO0RBON "— « WATERIXJO "—f' INDIA." 



Te«n»SeiT. 


59 


PuU 


Half 


^' 


Pay. 


26 





27 


1* 


19 


3ft 


30 





23 


10 


13 





12 





30 





10 





25 


lA 


9 





22 





12 


lA 


26 


ift 


19 


iiA 


10 





7 





7 





8 





9 





6 





6 





5 





5 





4 





5 





4 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





19 





8 





3 





25 





3 





4 






CoUmeh 
John Vincent,* Ens. 16 July, 1781 ; Lieut. 3 Ang. 82; Capt. 26 Oct. 86; 
ilfq/or,6May,96; Lieut.-CoL 1 Jan. 1800; Col, 25 July, 10; Mqjor-Geiu 
4 June, 13 ; Zieut,-Oen. 27 May, 25 , CoL G9th Regiment, 2 Jan. 36. 

Lieut. 'Colonel. 
IB Eaton Monin8,'^n«. p1 Dec. 14; Lieut. p9 Sept. 19; Capt. p23 June, 25; 
Mqfor, P 19 Not. 30; Lieut.'CoL P2 Oct. 35. 

Mqjors. 
9 Robert Brookes,' Ent. 16 May, 11 ; Lieut. 23 Aug. 13 ; Capt. P27 Aug. 25; 

JIfq/or, P3May, 31. 
Wm. Noel Hill,* ^nj. P13 Nor. 17; Lieut. P24 Oct, 21; Capt. P14 Nov. 26; 
Mqjor, P 4 Dec. 85. 



Captains. 
93i Brooke Pigot ^ 
9 Rich. Wheeler Hooper* 

Wm. Blackbume 

Edm. Stephen Thomas . . 

George B. Rose*' 

Edmund Garland 

Wm. Considine 

Charles James Coote .... 
Henry D. O'Halloran . . 
James Llewellyn Paxton 

Lieutenants. 
9 Henry Bridger Tudor* 

Charles Dutton 

St. John Mundell 

William Walker 

Edward Hemphill 

George Losack 

W. J. B. M*Leod Moore 

DuTal Knox O'Reilly 

Henry Wm. Knox Gore. . 

Alex. Magnay 

Jas. Handasyde Edgar. . . 

Charles Fred. Law 

Ensigns. 

Frederick Mundell 

Thos. J. Kearney 

Campbell Sawers 

Perciyal Fenwick 

Cha. W. Tuper 

Tho. Cochrane Inglis .... 
Tho. Geo. Lord Glamis . . 
John Ballard Gardiner 
Mar. Collingwood Hughes 



ENSIGN. 



19 July 10 

28 Aug. 07 
P27 Apr. 27 
P25 Nov. 28 

25 Dec. 10 
P 19 Nov. 30 

23 Feb. 14 
P21 June 31 

1 Nov. 18 
P 19 Apr. 27 

16 May 13 

10 May 10 

Pll June 30 

2 Aug. 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 
Pll May 32 

1 Nov. 31 
P 18 July 34 
P 19 Dec. 34 
1 May 35 
9 Oct. 36 
7 Oct. 36 



P24July 35 

27 Jan. 87 

P 14 Apr. 37 

P28 Sept. 38 

8 Feb. 39 

P 14 June 39 

P28 June 39 

25 Oct. 39 



LIEUT. 



P 9 May 11 
P 4 Jan. 10 
P 19 Nov. 30 
P 28 Oct. 31 
26 June 12 
P 22 Aug. 34 
P 9 Sept. 19 
P 19 Dec. 34 
P 28 June 27 
P 12 Oct. 30 



19 Oct. 20 

15 Oct. 12 

27 Mar. 33 

P 1 May 35 

P 24 July 35 

P 9 Oct. 85 

4 Jan. 36 

P 7 Oct. 36 

12 May 37 

P 1 Sept. 38 

P 28 June 39 

P 8 Nov. 89 

Woodaf^heny. 

Bourbon and 



CAPTAIN. 



P29 Aug. 26 
P 8 Dec. 14 
P 6 Feb. 86 
P 1 May 35 
26 June 36 
P 9 Oct. 85 
P 25 June 29 
P14 Apr. 37 
P 1 Sept. 38 
P 6 July 38 



BREV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



6 Major Hooper lerred la 
the Peninsula from 1809 to 
1811, and wa« Beverelj wound- 
ed in the right shoulder at the 
battle of Albuhera. Served also 
in America in 1814 & 16. 

7 Captain Rose commanded 
a section of the Forlorn Hope 
at the storming of the Arum- 
booly lines in Travancore, East 
Indies, 10th Feb. 09. Present 
in the engagement of Nagra 
Coil > nd Kotar, and at the 
Forts of Palanavarum and 
Served also at the capture of 

the Isle of France, in 1810, and 



of JarainlSll. 

6 Lieut. Tudor served in the Peninsula fhraa 
1818 to the end of the war. 



P 8 Nov. 39 
PayTnaster. — F. Henry Dalgety, 1 March, 89; Ens. 11 Jan. 21 ; Lt. 23 Mar. 26. 
Ae0utant. — T. John Kearney, {Ens.) 80 March, 38. 
Quarter-Master. — James Hollis, 3 Nov. 37. 
Surgeon. — Francis O'Brien, 11 Jan. 39; Assist.-Surg. 27 Oct. 25; Hosp.-Asst. 

12 July, 16. 
Assist.'Surgeons. — Bdward Robertson, M.D. 11 Aug. 87. 

James Napper Irwin, 7 Oct. 86. 
Facings Green. — Agent, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. — Irish Agent, Mr. Atkinson. 

1 General Vincent served in the West Indies, and was at the taking of St. Domingo. He served In the ex- 
pedition to the Helder, and subsequently in the expedition to Copenhagen, under Sir Hyde Parker. 

S Colonel Monins served at Waterloo on the I8th June, with the 68nd L^bt Infantry, and with the army 
of occupation in France. 

•. M^or Brookes served in the Peninsula from July, 1811, to the end of the war, Including the following 
battles, sieges, Jcc., vis. : Badi^os, Salamanca, Burgos, Palentia, Osma, Yittoria, San Sebastian, Aug. and Sept. 
1813, Santa Clara (wounded), Bidaasoa (wounded), Nivelle, Nive, 9th, 10th (wounded), and 11th Dec. and 
blockade of Bayonne. Proceeded to North America with the Ibrce that embarked from Bourdeaux, and 
served Uiere until the termination of the American war. 

4 Ms^or Hill served in the Burmese War, including the actions of Prome and Tandwayn. 

A Captain Pigot served in Holland, Belgium, and France, from Dec. 1818 to Jan. 1816, including both 
•ctlons at Menom, and bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp. Severely wounded in the head in the 
actlmi of the 10th June atQuatre Bras. 

891 Q 



Emb. for Fordgnl 
Serrice, 1894. J 



70th (or the Surrey) Regiment of Foot. 



[Senring in the 
Wwtlmto. 



|Ye«n*SerT, 



67 



Full 
Pay. 



37 

31 
37 



30 
27 
26 
13 
19 
14 
13 


11 

8 

15 
7 

8 
8 
8 
4 
2 
6 
3 

14 
1 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

31 

2 

6 
22 

14 
3 



Half 
Pay. 












2ft 








16 













lOft 






















* Colonel, 
Gage John Hall, J?7i#. 29 May, 1783; Lieut, 13 Bee. 83; Capt, 16 Dee. 94; 
3f<vor, 23 Dec. 95 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 01 ; Col, 25 July, 10; Mtyor-Gen. 
4 June, 13 ; Lieui.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Col. 70th Regiment, 30 Jan. 32. 

Lieut,'Colonel, 
Joseph Kelsall, Bns, 17 Dec. 03; Lieut, P21 Feb. 05; Capt, 11 Not. 19; 
Mqjor, 23 Nov. 82 ; Lieut,'Col, 28 June, 88. 

M({jor8, 
IP Eclw. James White,* Em, 30 Mar. 09 ; Lieut, 5 April, 10; Capt, 14 July, 25 ; 

Affljor, PUDec. 32. 
Thomas Reed,* Ens, 9 July, 03 ; Lieut, 'ib Sept. 04 ; Capt, 27 May, 13 ; Brevet- 
Mqjor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Begtl. -Major, 28 June, 38. 



Captains. 

William Taylor 

Samuel Whyte 

John Brown 

Jas. John Graham 

John Doyle O'Brien . . . . 

George Dumford 

Edward Kelsall 

Wm. Matthew Bigge. . . . 

John Johnston 

Trevor Chute 

Lieutenants. 

Cha. Fred. Gibson 

John Wm. Baird 

Hen. Cha. Whalley 

Tho. Cha. Timins 

Jas. PalUser Costobadie . . 
Wm. Rob. Brereton . . . . 
Chas. Sheffield Dickson. . 
Edward F. Edwards .... 

George Reynolds 

John Hackett 

Robert Carew 

Edw. Benj. Braddell . . . . 
Ensigns. 

Geo. Evatt. 

Oswald Pilling 

Leopold S. C. Eraser. . . . 
Howell Hedd L. Clongh . . 

Rob. Wilton Cooke 

Tho. Leonard Leader. . . . 
Fra. Vere Hopegood .... 

Robert Kay 

Joseph Edward Addison 



ENSIGN. 



P 7 Feb. 11 
1 July 13 

28 Apr. 14 
P 28 Oct. 24 

15 Mar. 21 
P 17 Oct. 26 
P 10 Apr. 27 
P 19 Apr. 31 
1 Dec. 13 
P 10 Aug. 32 



25 
38 
31 
32 



9 Apr. 
P 5 Apr. 
P 14 June 

16 Mar. 
P21 Sept. 32 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 16 Dec. 
Pll May 
P 30 Dec. 

17 Nov. 
20 July 



36 
38 
34 
37 
15 
P 1 Mar. 39 

13 July 38 

30 Nov. 38 

17 May 30 

p 7 June 39 

P 28 June 39 

P 5 July 39 

P 15 Nov. 39 

16 Nov. 39 

p 31 Jan. 40 



LI BUT. 



23 Apr. 
2 Mar. 
7 Apr. 
P 8 Apr. 



12 
20 
25 
26 



P 16 June 25 
P 8 Feb. 31 
P 8 Mar. 31 
P26 Feb. 36 
10 Apr. 16 
P 28 Oct, 36 

20 Sept. 83 
Pll Nov. 36 

13 Sept. 37 
P28 Nov. 37 

28 June 38 
P 7 June 39 
P 2 Nov. 38 
P 5 July 39 

27 Dec. 38 

28 Aug. 39 
8 April 25 

P31Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



1 Mar. 32 

16 Mar. 32 

5 Sept. 33 

P25Feb. 30 

P 4 Dec. 35 

P28 Nov. 37 

23 Feb. 39 

P21 June 39 

28 Aug. 39 

P 2 Aug. 39 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



PaymoMter. — George Alfred Goldlhtpp, 1 March, 82; JS^. 1 March, 00; Xiatf. 

3 Oct. 11 ; Capt, 3 Sept. 29. 
Adjutant, — George Evatt, (Eru.) 17 May, 39. 
Quarter-Master, — Robert Kaye, 12 Dec. 34. 
Surgeon,— yfm, Kemk>,' M.D. 3 Nov. 37 ; Assist,-Surg, 20 Jan. 25 ; Bosp.- 

Assist, 12 May, 15. 
Assist,-Surgs,-^o\in Maharg, M.D. 21 Feb. 28; Hosp,-Assist. 9 Dec 96. 
Patrick Davidson, M.D. 12 Jan. 38. 



Facings Black. — Agent, Messrs. Cox &, Co. — Irish Agent, Messrs. Cane k Co. 

1 M^or Whit«*t MTTtcea : — Campaifn and battle of Conuuia, and ezpadltloii to Walefaeran. 
• U^OT Reed aerred in the Anerlcsa War, including tlie actions at Baltlmors, B I sds ii rt w uK 
eftptare of WMhisfton. 
h Dr. Kamlo terrod at the dege of BIrartpoiv. 



Bmt. ibr For. 1 
Strrlce, 1898. J 



71*^ {Highland) Regt of Foot (Lt. Infantry.) 



CSerring in 
Canada. 



« HINDOOSTAN"— " CAPE OF GOOD HOPE"— CORUNNA" — « ROLEIA"— 
« VIMIERA "— " ALMAREZ" — « FUENTES D'ONOR" — "VITTORIA"— 
'"PYRENEES"—" NIVE"— " ORTHES"— « PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO " 



Yean'Sarr. 



38 



PuU 
P«7 



16 



Hair 
Pay, 



»A 



18 


a 


IS 


5 


26 





20 





15 





13 





15 





14 





14 





9 





12 





S3 





11 





9 





8 





7 





6 





5 





5 





5 





5 





4 






























3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





22 


»A 


11 





3 





2 





5 






Colanel. 

9 Sir Sam. Ford Whittingham, » K.C.B. & K.C.H. Ens. 20 Jan. 03; Lieut. 25 
Feb. 03; Capt, 14 Feb. 05; Mqj'or, 12 March, 10; Lieut.-Col. 30 May, 11 • 
Col, 4 June, 14; MtQor-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Oen. 28 June, 38 : Col. 71»t 
Light Infantry, 28 March, 38. 

Lieut.-Colanel. 
Hon. Charles Grey, ^nd Lieut. 16 Nov. 20; Lieut. PIO April, 23; Capt. P16 
June, 25 ; Mi^or, p 19 Feb. 28 ; Lieut.-Col. p 12 July, 31. 

Mqjort. 
William Denny, Sns. p 10 Jan. 22 ; Lieut, p 23 June, 25 ; Capt. p 27 Sept. 3d ; 

Major, P 24 April, 38. 
Lord Arthur Lennox, Ens. p 24 June, 23 ; Lieut, p 22 Oct. 25; Capt. p 1 Auir. 
26 ; Mi^or, p 6 July, 38. 



Captains. 
WLA. Rob. L'Estiange'.. 

^iilJohn Impett' 

Wm. Jas. Myen 

Edward Foy 

Hen. Tristram Beresford 
Hen. Edmund Austen . . 

Wilhelm Speer 

Sir Hew Dahymple, JBt. 
Nath. Massey Stack . . . . 
George Cuming 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Jas. H. C. Robertson. . . . 
R. T. W. L. Brickenden 

Charles R^ady 

William Wilkieson 

A. P. Gordon Cumming 

Rob. Fran. Hunter 

Thos. H. CoWill 

William Hope 

Aug. T. Hamilton 

Barry Blennerhasset .... 
Ensigns. 

Wm. Fairholme 

George Dance 

G. A. Bayly 

S. J. Lord Aberdour .... 

Lynedock Douglas 

Fra. G. Scott 

G. A. C. Dashwood . . . . 

J. E. Fleeming 

R. R. Uniacke 

Han. H. H. H. Duncan 



ENSIGN. 



7 Dec. 14 

14 Apr. 14 

P 9 June 25 

22 Nov. 27 

P 9 Feb. 26 

P 10 June 26 

P 26 Sept. 26 

P 15 Feb. 31 

P 25 Nov. 28 

27 Mar. 17 

2 July 29 
P 26 Apr. 31 
P 13 July 32 
P21 Jvme 33 
p 6 Feb. 35 
P 13 Mar. 35 
22 May 35 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P29Dec. 35 
P 18 Mar. 36 

P 19 Mar. 36 
P 8 Apr. 36 
P 29 Apr. 36 
P20 May 36 
P 29 July 36 
4 Aug. 37 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 24 Mar. 38 
P 24 Apr. 38 
p 6 July 38 



LIEUT. 



P20 Dec. 21 
P 5 Oct. 20 
P 7 Jan. 30 
P 15 June 30 
P 26 Apr. 31 
P 27 Sept. 33 
30 Jan. 35 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P29 Dec. 35 
9 Apr. 25 

30 Dec. 35 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P 19 Mar. 36 
P 20 May 36 
P 1 July 36 
P 29 July 36 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 24 Mar. 38 
P24 Apr. 38 
P 6 July 38 



CAPTAIN. IBRBV.-MAJ. 



P 7 Jan. 30 

30 Jan. 35 
P 29 Dec. 35 
P 18 Mar. 36 
P 20 May 36 
P 29 July 36 
P 24 Mar. 38 
P 24 Apr. 38 
P 6 July 38 

31 Jan. 40 



Paymaster.^9 I** Dutton,' 1 Apr. 36; Ens. 7 Sept. 09 ; Lieut. 14 Apr. 13. 
A4futant.—Jame6 H. C. Robertson, {Lieut.) 13 Feb. 35. 
Quarter-Master.— Wm. Wakefield, 13 Dec. 39 ; Ens. 1 Feb. 38. 
Surgeon. — 9 T. Bulkeley, M.D. 5 Nov. 12 ; Assist.-Surg. 25 March, 08. 
Assistant'Surgeons. — C. Campbell Hamilton Grant, 30 March 38. 

John Duncan Macdiarmid, 4 Dec. 35. 

Facings Buff. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Sir Sam. Pord WhittinKham wai wounded at Talavera. 

S Captains VE*tnng0 and Impett served at Waterloo on the I8th June. 

S Piqrmaster Dutton served in the Peninsula, from Nov. 1812 to the end of the .war, including the battles 
of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (wounded S5th July), Nivclle and Orthes. Served also in the American war, ln> 
eluding the sieges of Port Eriei and operations on the Niagara fh>ntier. 
223 



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41 


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22 


lA 


83 





22 


2A 


32 
36 


^ 


29 

17 





15 





16 





14 





11 





20 





11 





23 
17 
10 





9 





8 





8 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





35 





9 





2 





28 





14 





14 






" HINDOOSTAN"— " CAPE OF GOOD HOPR'* 



CoUmeh 
9 IB Sir Colin Campbell, > K.C.B. Era, 3 Oct. 1709 ; Lieut, 21 Aug. 1801 •; Capt. 
Jan. 05 ; Mqjar, 2 Sept. 08 ; Lieut.-Col. 3 May, 10; Col. 4 June, 14 ; Mqjor- 
Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 72nd Highlanden, 15 Aug. 86. 

Lieut. 'Colonel. 
Charles George James Arbuthnot, Bns. &. Lieut. 26 Dec. 16 ; Capt. p 16 Marehy 
20 ; Mqfor, P 3 July, 23 ; Lieut.-Col. p 1 Oct. 25 ; Col. 28 June, 38. 

Mqjort. 
Charlefl Maxwell Maclean, Ens. 29 Oct. 07 ; Lieut. 21 Dec. 09 ; Capt. p 24 July, 

23 ; Mqjor, p 1 Feb. 27. 
Frederick Hope, Ens. p 11 July, 16 ; LieiU. p 24 Oct. 21 ; Capt. P 9 June, 25 ; 

Major, P 4 Oct. 33. 



Captains. 

yjohn Doyle ' 

Peter Sutherland' 

Henry Jervis 

William Henry RobinBon 

Thomas B. Lacy 

Robert BailUe 

Chas. Wm. M. Payne . . 
Edirard John Fra. Kelso 

John Frith 

Arthur Lowry Balfour . . 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Lewis X. Leslie^ 

Donough O'Brien 

Andr. Sandilands Fisher 

Charles Moylan 

Hon. Charles Stuiurt . . . . 

William Rattray 

Thomas E. Pollard .... 
John Thomas Hope . . . . 
Thomas. Fred. Simmons 

A. Nowell Sherson 

Geoige Pott Erskine . . . . 

Jas. Aug. Harding 

Hugh S. S. Bumey . . . . 
Ensigns. 

J. Crighton Harris 

Williaum Adam 

Wm. W. T. Cole 

Geo. Ramsay Perceval . . 
Wm. Hobart Seymour . . 

John Wm. Garsford 

Hon, Cha. R. Pakenham 
Maurice Cane 



ENSIGN. 



28 Sept. 04 

1 Sept. 04 

19 Dec. 11 

8 Jan. 24 

8 Apr. 25 

P 8 Oct. 25 

P 1 Aug. 26 

14 May 29 

6 Apr. 20 

P 6 Aug. 29 

25 Dec. 13 

12 Sept 22 

P26Feb. 30 

P 2 Dec. 31 

P 2 Mar. 32 

3 Mar. 32 

11 Jan. 33 

P29 Mar. 33 

P 6 Dec. 33 

P21 Mar. 34 

P 11 July 34 

P29 May 35 

P29Dec. 35 

P 12 Aug. 36 
P 23 Dec. 36 

19 Oct. 38 
P 8 Feb. 39 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P31 May 39 

14 June 39 



LIEUT. 



13 Nov. 05 
15 Jan. 07 
29 Dec. 14 
P29 Aug. 26 
P 3 Oct. 26 
P 3 Aug. 30 
P 21 June 31 
P 2 Dec. 31 
P26 Aug. 24 
P 29 Mar. 33 

P 1 July 24 
2 July 29 
P21 Mar. 34 
P 29 May 35 
P29Dec. 35 
P 15 Apr. 36 
P 12 Aug. 36 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P 28 Oct. 37 
P 8 Feb. 39 
P 1 Mar. 39 
7 Apr. 39 
P14 June39 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 
10 Jan 37 



29 Sept. 13 
20 May 19 
P 19 Sept. 26 
P 21 June 31 
P 11 July 34 
P29May 35 
P29 Dec. 35 
P 12 Aug. 36 
7 Apr. 30 
P31 May 39 



S Hi^or Sutherlaad sMvcd 
at the capture of the Cape of 
Gkwd Hope in 1800. 

4 IJeut. Leslie lerrcd Um 
campftlgn of 1814 in Canada. 

5 Captain Graham wrved at 
the capture of tha Iil« •f 
France in 1810. 



15 June 39 

Paymo^^.— WUliam Graham/ 13 Oct. 25 ; Ens. 16 April, 05 ; Lieut. 91 April, 

08; Oi;?/. 7 April, 25. 
Ailfutant.'— Charles Moylan, (Lieut.) 14 April, 37. 
Quarter-Master.^WHiiun Hume, 24 April, 38. 
Surgeon. — ^Thomas Clarke, 15 Jan. 24 -, Assist. ^Surg. 3 June, 13 ; Hosp.'Aarigt, 

24 July, 1812. 
Assistant'Surgeons. — James Malcolm, 25 March, 28: Hosp.^Assist. 14 Dec. 26. 

William Michael Ford,* 1 June, 26 ; Hosp.- Assist. 16 Feb. SGL 
Facings Yellow. — Agent, Measra. Cox k Co. 

1 Bir Colin Campbell haa rraeivad a cron and tiz clatpi for Talarera, Buaaco, Puentai d'Onor, BadiO^a, 
Salainancia, Vittoria, Pyrenees, NiTelle, Nive, and Toulouse. 

9 M^|or Doyle serrM with the expedition to South America, Including the fiege of and iortle IhniM 
Monte Video, and ttorm by the enemy of Colonia. Serred also in the South of Fnmce, tram Dae. Ml> to 
the end of tha war, incloding the blockade of and sortie from Bay<Hine, where he rectircd a contualoa mi 
tha left arm. 

224 



Emb.forPonjim'l 
S«no«i 1887. J 



7Srd Regiment of Foot. 



North America. 






YeMt»SerT. 



45 



Pull 

Pay. 



36 



• 

15 



88 
29 
15 
14 
Id 
15 
15 
14 
18 
23 

15 

12 

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15 

9 

9 

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9 

8 

8 

6 

6 

4 

4 

3 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 
19 
15 
22 
25 



Half 
Paj. 



" MANGALORE"— " SEBINGAPATAM"—" WATEBLOO." 



1* 
2ft 



Colonel, 

^ ^S' ^'^^/^'' ^"^'' ^'^' * K.C.H. Ens, 24 May, 1796; Lieut. 3 
Jao 96 ; Capt 16 Oct. 1800; Mqjor, 16 June, 04 ; Lieut JcoL 29'Der06l 

Si /"S!: ol' -^^^-^^- 1» J'^y, 21 ; Lieut,-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 : Co/. 73d 
negi. 4 i/ec. 35. 

^^i;;^n "^^i^/"*-!?^- ^?'' ^J- ^•^- -^~- 26 Oct. 04 ; Z*. 6 June,06 ; 
S^^ i, ^"J?^' "«' Brec^Mqjor^ 16 March, 16; Breo.-Lieut.-Col. 5 May, 
26; Begtl-Mqjor 9 July,30; i?cfirf/.-Xt«*f.-CoZ. 68ept.34; Co/. 28June,38. 

ST':^^ ^^o^J'^^'^ii ^S *^' Meulen,' ^m. 26 Nov. 07; Lieut. 10 Ang. 
09 ; Capt. p 26 Nov. 23 ; Mqfor, 7 AprU, 37. ^ 

WL^am Eyre, ^n#.P17 Apr. 23; Lieut. p6 Nov. 26; Capt. P20 Mar. 27- 
























12ii 


1* 






Captains. 
Geo. Hankey Smith . . 

George DawBon^ , 

Adol. Lat. Widdrington 
A nth. Conlngham Sterling 

John William Cross 

Fred. Geo. Aug. Pinckney 
Cha. Fred. Parkinson . . 

Charles Wm. Combe 

Thos. Fraser Sandeman . . 

Charles Barry 

Lieutenants. 

fienjamin Brown 

Oliver Barker D'Arcey . . 

Wm. Hen. Kenny 

DavjdCahill 

Maurice Chas. O'Connell 

Wm. L. Y. Baker 

Walter Beresford Faunce 
Edw. George Cubitt .... 
Wm. B. T. O'ConneU .. 
Aug. Wm. Murray . . 

Gerald Wardlaw 

Bob. Carter Bamford . . 
Melville G. B. Browne 

Ensigns. 

Donglaa Jones 

Wm. H. Fitz Gerald . . 

Rob. P. Campbell 

James F. Murray .... 
Alfred A. Simmons . . 
Geo. Edm. N. Nugent 

Charles littlehales 

John Davies 



BNSION. 



P 7 May 18 

7 May 11 
26 Jan. 26 

P29Jan. 26 
21 Bee. 26 

8 Apr. 26 
10 Nov. 26 

PdO Aug. 26 

P 18 Dec. 28 

23 Mar. 14 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 7 July 26 

P 8 Apr. 26 

3 Apr. 28 

10 Nov. 26 
P 19 July 31 

26 Nov. 31 
P 18 Jan. 31 
P 9 Dec. 81 
Pl6Mar. 32 
P 28 Dec. 32 
P 27 June 34 
P 5 Sept. 34 
P 23 Dec. 36 

P 30 Dec. 36 
P 6 May 37 
P 16 June 37 
P28 Nov. 37 
28 Dec. 38 
P 12 Apr. 39 
P22 June39 



P 7 Feb. 22 

7 Jan. 13 

P26NOV. 26 

P 14 Apr. 29 

P 24 Jan. 28 

P 8 Apr. 26 

4 Sept 28 

P 12 June 30 

P 27 July 32 

3 Feb. 15 

15 May 28 
P 9 Dec, 31 
15 Mar. 32 
21 Dec. 32 
P 24 Jan. 34 
P 27 June 34 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P 28 Apr. 37 
P 16 June 87 
P 28 Nov. 37 
P 12 Apr. 89 
P 12 July 39 
P 19 July 39 



P 8 Apr. 26 
20 Mar. 28 
P 10 Nov. 29 
P 11 Oct 33 
P 28 Dec. 32 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P 22 Feb. 83 
P 12 July 39 
P 19 July 89 
P 21 July 26 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



SH^IorVan der Meulen lerred 
In the Peninsula from Maj 1809 
to Aug. 1811, and again from 
Sept. 1812 to the end of the 
war. Including the battles of 
Talavera (severely wounded), 
Busaco, Albuhera (seyerely 
wounded), Tittoria, Pyrenees 
(sererely wounded 28th July), 
NiTelle, Orthes and Toulouse, 
besides rarious minor engage- 
ments and skirmishes. 

4 Captain Dawson served In 
the Kaudian War in Ceylon. 



5 Quarter- Master Hlckson served the cam- 
paign of 1814 In Canada, and that of 18Ifi in 
the Netherlands and Prance. 

6 Dr. Foster served the campaign of 1814 in 
HoUaod. 



P 19 July 891 
Payffuuter.-^ ohn Court, 22 July, 36; 2nd Lieut. 2 Nov. 08; Lieut. 7 Feb. 11. 
A<Hjutant. — Benjamin Brown, {Lieut.) 17 Nov. 37. 
Quarter^Master. — John A. Hlckson,* 11 Nov. 24; Ens. 25 Dec. 13. 
Surgeon. — John Foster,^ M. D. 1 April, 36 ; AsHst.-Surg. 9 Nov. 15 ; Hotp.' 
Assist. 22 Nov. 13. 
6 I Assist.'Surgs. — George Martin, M.D. 13 June, 34. 

15 I I John James Russell, 25 April, 26; Hosp.- Assist. 16 June. 25. 

Facings Green. — Agent y Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lord Harris Joined the 76th regiment in India in 1797, and was present at the battle of Mallavelly; 
nearly all the aAirs of out>posts, and in the storming party whieh carried Serlngapatam. The battle of 
Blneberg, Cape of Good Hope; served in Holland in 18IS and 14, and commandtsd the brigade which carried 
the village of Menem ; severely wounded through the right shoulder at Waterloo. A superb sword was 
voted to Lord Harris by the officers of the 78d on bis retiring from the command of that corps, in testimony 
of the high regard they entertained for his character and conduct. 

9i Colonel I^ve served with tlie fi2nd n^giment In the expedition to Sweden under Sir John Moore, and 
ftfterwards In Portugal and Spain, Including the advance into Spain, retreat to, and battle of Corunna, 
besides the diffisrent aflhirs on the retreat. Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the Light Division, ia- 
clttdisg the itorming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and all the aflkirs and battles in which the Light Division took a 
part up to 1619. During the campaign in Holland under Lord Lynedock, he was present at the attack on 
the fortified village of Merxem, and the bombardment of Antwerp. Present in the several affkirs before 
New Orleans, and In the attack on that place, on which occasion he had two horses shot under him, and was 
tUgbily wounded bi the arm by a rifle'ball. Served also the campaign of 181ft, and received four severe 
wounds at the battle of Waterloo, when the fiSnd regiment charged the French Imperial Ouards. S26 



Brab. for FoMigal 
Service, 19M. J 



74th Regiment of Foot. 



TriaklAd. 



The Elephant, superscribed « SERINGAPATAM"— " AS8AYB'*— " BUSACO"— 
" FUENTBS D'ONOR"— " CIUDAD RODRIGO"— " BADAJOZ"— « SALA- 
MANCA"— "VITTORI A*'—" PYRENEES"—" NIVteLLE"— " ORTHBS"— 

"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Y6an>SeiT. 



48 




Half 
Pay. 



33 



28 







1ft 



30 


4 


26 


ft 


31 


2 


21 





14 





14 





25 


2ft 


13 





22 





10 





13 

















8 





9 





8 





7 





6 





6 





5 





3 





10 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





20 





13 





9 





16 


H 


6 





1 






Colonel. 
Sir Phineas Riall,* K.C.H. £ns. 31 Jan. 1792; Xieuf. 28 Feb. 94; Capt.^l 

May, 94 ; Mt^or, 8 Dec. 94 ; Lieut-Col 1 Jan. 1800 ; Col. 25 July, 10; Mqfer- 

Gen. 4 June, 13: Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Col. 74th Regt. 20 May, 35. 
Lieut.'Colonel.—l^ John Alex. Mem,* Ens. 14 Nov. 99 ; Lieut. 5 April, 01 ; Capt, 

29 Feb. 04; Mqfar, 11 Nov. 13; Lieut.-Col 20 March,23; Col. 28 June, 38. 
Mqjorg.^9 Byre John Crabbe,' K.H. Ens. 11 June, 07 ; Lieut, p 11 March, 08; 

Capt. 19 May, 14; Mqjor, p31 Jan. 28. 
Wm. White Crawley,* -En*.Pl8 July 11 ; Lieui.919 Mar. 12; C«ip^ p7 Not. 22; 

Brev.-Mqjory 10 Jan. 37 ; RegtU-Mcfjor, 13 Oct. 89. 



Captains. 
IP John Casimir Harold* . . 
Colin Alex. Campbell . . 

IP John Alyes* 

Aug. Fran. Ansell 

Hon. Tho. O'Grady . . . . 
Edw. Clarges Ansell . . . . 

John Campbell 

Hen. Hewctt Thompson. . 

Annesley Byre 

S. F. De Saumarez 

Lieutenants. 

Duncan Fraser 

Geo. Tho. Evans 

Peter Wm. L. Hawker . . 

Walter Warde 

Edw. C. Munns 

Geo. Wm. Fordyce ,. . . . 

Christ. B. Cardew 

Geo. Monkland 

Acheson Eyre Obuis .... 

Robert Walsh 

John Inman 

Waiiam Hemphill 

Fite H. W. L. Hancock . . 

Ensigns. 

John Walker 

Ormby Willington 

J. Whitshed De Butts .. 
Cha. Aylmer Coates .... 

James Duff 

Tho. Williams Evans .... 

Thomas WaUnutt 

Denis Godley 



ENSIGN. 



25 Sept. 06 

P 25 Aug. 14 

5 Nov. 07 

13 Jan. 20 
P 30 Dec. 26 

10 Mar. 26 
P 16 Sept. 13 
P 12 Feb. 28 

14 May 18 
1 Oct. 30 

P 13 Feb. 28 
P 17 May 31 
P 9 Aug. 31 
P 29 June 32 

13 Sept. 31 
P 28 Dec. 32 

27 Dec. 33 
Pll July 34 
P29 Aug. 34 
P 7 Aug. 35 

15 Dec. 37 

13 June 30 
P 17 Mar. 38 

9 Aug. 38 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 18 Jan. 39 
29 Mar. 39 
P 17 May 39 
P 14 June 39 



LIBUT. 



captain. 



brev.-maj. 



16 Feb. 15 
P25 Feb. 26 

13 Mar. 27 
P 14 Dec. 32 
P 3 Oct. 34 
P 23 Oct. 35 

15 Dec. 37 
P 17 May 39 

13 Oct. 39 
P 22 Nov. 39 



6 M^lor Rtfold*! 
CuB|Ml(n and b«t0* 
lUlM^dltioa to Waictaana aad lict* 
of PlutUnf. 

« C«pC. AlvM ■rrved the vImIc «f 
tba Aampftlfiu of tSlO. 11. 11. IS, 
•nd 14. wtih th« 74Uk nflatDt, 
la the Id divlfkm, witbotii bavk« 
ever beco •baent Aram It Ibr • iliH 
fl« day, taicludlav th« battlaa U 
Buaaco, Poeniet d*Oiior. lAtt* ■■'^ 
•tonnli^r of Ciudad BoiMgOi afff* 
and aiomtBg of Badajoa, haolrof 
Salaaaaea, capture of Hadrid, bat- 
tle of Vittoria, blockade of 
peluna, tlie battla In tto 
NiTelle. Ontiea, and Tbohnap, ba* 



28 May 07 16 Feb. 15 10 Jan. 37 

25 Jan. 25 

25 Dec. 10 
P 19 Sept. 26 
P 24 Nov. 29 
9 Nov. 30 
P28 Sept. 20 
P 14 Dec. 32 

20 Sept. 26 
Pll July 34 

10 Dec. 33 
P 29 Aug. 34 
P 3 Oct. 34 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 9 Jan. 35 
P 5 Aug. 37 
P17 Mar. 38 

25 May 38 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 14 June 39 

13 Oct. 39 
P 9 Oct. 35 
'»22Nov.39|^,.^^„^ 

7 Paymaater Davfea aenrcd In the 
8e|it. 1811 to the end of the war, loeludtai^ the i 
or Port Ptearlna and Badi^os | batUoa of 
Vittoria. Pyreneea. NIvelle. Ttebca, Orthea* 

a Dr. CniaiBlav acrred at New OrUoM Ib \*H 
and Iftk and la the Banneaa war In ISMw 



P22 Nov. 39 
23 Nov. 39 1 
Paymoffer.— 9 Richard Davies,^ 1 Dec. 25 ; Ens. 6 June, 11 ; Lieut, 31 Dec. 12. 
Adjutant. — Duncan Fraser, {Lieut.) 21 April, 37. 
Qtiorf^-lfaj/er.— Daniel M'Curdy, 26 Aug. 31. 
Surgeon. — Alex. Cumming,* 13 March, 35; Assist. -Surg. 23 Dec 24; ffotp.- 

Assist. 7 March, 14. 
Assist.-Surgs.—John Kirby, 30 Oct. 35. 

'• Frederick Hillman Hombrook, 1 March, 39. 

Facings White. — Agent ^ Sir John Kirkhmd. 

1 Sir FUnaaa RIall hat tceelTCd a nedal and one daip for Marttnlqae and Guadaloupe. Scrrcd In A«erlc« In ISMi m4 
waa aeTctcly woonded at the battle of Cbipawa. 

9 Colonel Meln arrrcd In the Bait ladlea ttrtm Nor. 17W to Peb ItOS, and wai engafed at Amtednafbor, Aianye, Affanat* 
Oawelghnr, Shandore, and Ovlnah. Served alao In the 'Penfaianla at dUVerent perloda from Jan. ISIO to OeL ISUb InctaHliag 
the battle of Biuaeo, and aiece of Badi^oa In Match, 1811. 

S M4ior Crabbe aerTcd In the Pcoinfola trtm Jan. 1810 to the Slit Dec 181t. and afain firon June ISIS to tbm end </ Iha 
war, Ineludiof the whole of the retreat to the line* of Torres Vedras t battle of Bnaaco ; the advance ttom the liaca to 
Onarda t Bnt slofe of Bad^oi s alese and ■torm of Ciudad Rodrlgo : tlege and atom of Badiifoi ; battle of Salanunea ; c«^ 
■are of Madrid, and rabeequant retreat through Spain ) batslea of NIvelle, NIve, Vie, Tarbea, Orttwa, and TeulooM. tmt tt« 
wboleof the varioof minor allhin during that period. Woonded ISth Mardi, 1811. at Poi d'Aranec, when r iMianrtli^ a party 
•hleh drove a Preneh plqut fkoaa the said village. Woonded again at Tonloaae when attaeking the Tcto dn 

i M^or CiBwiay Mrred Am Noponl ffpaifa of ISM and IS, aad la Am Ptoiairoe war in ISIS ai^ 17 

226 



Kmb. for Foreign "I 
Service, 1830. J 



75th Beffiment of Foot. 



r Senriog at the 
LOape of Qood Uop«. 



Tean'Serr. 



60 



FuU 
Pay. 



37 
17 



21 



17 
16 
15 
15 
14 
13 
13 
13 
24 
12 



Half 
Paj. 







ft 









2A 




15 





10 





9 





8 





12 





8 





7 





7 





10 
6 


18A 



5 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





1 


(^ 


1 





1 





1 





14 





8 





14 
31 


124 



6 





1 






The Royal Tiger, Bupewcribed " INDIA**— .<< 8ERINQAPATAM." 

II « 

Colonel, 
9 Sir Joseph Fuller/ G.C.H. Em. 29 Sept. 1790; Ueut. k Capt. 22 Jan. 94; 

Capt k Lieut.'Col 18 June, 1801 ; Col. 25 July, 10; M({Jor-Gen, 4 June, 

13; Lieut.'Gen. 27 May, 25; Col. 75th Re^. 9 April, 82. 
Lieut.-Colonel.—9 Pat.Grieve,*.BFW. 9 July ,03; Xt>uf. 1 Aug.04; CaptA6 May,09; 

Mq^or, P 25 Nov. 1 9 ; Brev.-Lieut.- Col 9 Nov. 30 ; Begtl.- Lieut. -Col. 7 July, 37. 
Mqjors.—Koh. Dampier Hallifax, Ens. p 31 July, 23 ; Lieut. P 23 June, 25 ; Capt, 

P 8 April, 26 ; M<y(rr, p 30 July, 36. 
Sam. Madden Fra. Hall, Ens. p21 Jan. 19; Lieut. 7 April, 25; Capt. p 22 April, 

26; 3f/(;or, Pll July, 37. 



Captains. 

Jas. Hen. England 

John Hen. Hartley Boys. 

Peter Delancey 

Charles Herbert 

Alexander Jardlne 

William Sutton 

Edward KnoUys 

Geo. Bligh Moultrie .... 

John Bolton' 

Basil Gray 

Lieutenants. 

Rob. Boyd Brown 

William Brumell 

William Lucas 

Rich. Price Puleston .... 

Edward Ricard 

William Brookes 

Geo. Thome George . . . . 
Chas. E. P. Gordon .... 
9 William Camithers^ . . 
John Hamilton Cox .... 
Geo. Wm. C. Stuart .... 

A. T. Hotham 

Thos. Geo. Walker 

Ensigns. 

Hen. W. Goodwyn 

Geo. Lockwood 

St. John T. Gore 

Tho. Bar. Bicknell 

John Jas. Hamilton .... 

John Fred. Galiffe 

Edward John Dickson . . 
Wm. Thomas Smith .... 



ensign. 



P 12 Dec. 22 

27 June 24 
P 29 Jan. 26 
P 19 Nov. 25 
P22 April 26 
P 5 June 27 
P 18 Oct. 27 
P31 Dec. 27 

6 Nov. 13 
30 July 28 

P 16 June 25 

Pll June 30 

P 4 Oct. 31 

P18 May 32 

6 June 28 

11 Jan. 33 

P 6 Sept. 33 

13 Dec. 33 

22 May 12 

P 10 Oct. 34 

P27 Mar. 35 

Pll Mar. 36 

P28 June36 

P 9 Dec. 36 
Pll July 37 
P 19 Jan. 38 
Pll Jan. 39 

28 Mar. 39 

29 Mar. 39 
P27Sept. 39 



LIEUT. 



11 Aug. 25 
P 28 Jan. 26 
P 30 April 29 
P 10 Oct 26 
P25Feb. 30 
P 16 Mar. 30 
P 2 Nov. 30 
P31 Dec. 30 
26 Mar. 19 
31 Jan. 34 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 Aug. 26 

P 10 Oct. 34 

p 13 Mar. 35 

Pll Mar. 36 

24 May 32 

16 Sept. 36 

P 9 Dec. 36 

P 17 Feb. 37 

1 Dec. 13 

Pll July 37 

P 19 Jan. 38 

Pll Jan. 39 

P27Sept.39 



P29 Aug. 26 
P31 Dec. 30 
P 8 Mar. 33 
P27 Sept. 33 
Pll Mar. 36 
P30 July 36 
P17 Feb. 37 
Pll July 37 
4 Sept. 35 
29 Nov. 39 



BREV.-MAJ. 



5 Quarter-matter Berrj ser- 
ved at Malta, Sicily, Spain, and 
North America, from Feb. 1805 
to the 30th May, 1815, including 
the capture of Iidiia and Pro- 
cida ; liege and capture of Tar- 
raifona ; siege of Barcelona ia 
181S and 14 ; battle of Bla- 
dcniburgh and capture of 
Washington ; actions before 
Baltimore and New Orleans ; 
siege and capture of Fort 
Bowyer. 

6 Dr. Graham served In the 
Peninsula, from Jan. 1810, to 
the end of the war, including 
the battles of Busaco, Albu- 

hera, Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle. Dr. Gra- 
ham was on board the unfortunate ship Kent, 
which was burnt In the Bay of Blacay, 1st 
March, 1825. 



P31 Jan. 40 
Paymaster.— George Henry Eddy, 28 April, 37; Em. 29 Aug. 26; lAeut. 20 

Feb. 35. 
Adjutant. — ^William. Brookes (Lieut.) 11 Jan. 33. 
Qttarter'Master. — $ Ricbard Berry ,^ 10 March, 14. 
Surgeon.— J^ Edward Smith Graham," M.D. 22 Sept. 25; Assist. -Surg. IS 

Oct. 10; Hosp.'Assist. 13 Dec. 1809. 
AssistarU'Surgeam. — George Anderson, 12 Jtme, 85. 

Alexander Gibb, M.D. 10 Jan. 40. 
Facings TeUow. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, Borough, Armit & Co. 

1 Sir Joseph Fuller served In Flanders in 1708 and 04, and was present at the sleg et of Taleneiennet and 
Duakirk, and In all the actions of that campaign. In 1709, he serred in the expedition to the Helder, and 
waa present in the principal actions. Sir Joseph waa at the passage of the Douro, 19th May, 1800, and 
aad has raeoived a medal for Talaveni. 

S Oohm^ Oriere served at the siege of Tarragona. 

8 Capt. Bolton senred the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, and was present at the siege of Rhyghor. 

4 Lieut. Camitheit serred the campaignt of 1818 and 14 in the Penisfula with the 48rd Light Infantnr 
in the light dlTlslon. 

227 



Emb. for Foraifnl 
Serrlce, 18M. J 



76/A Regiment of Foot. 



r8«nriM •! 
LBwtadM. 



Yean'Serr. 



48 



Full 
Pajr. 



29 



Half 
Pay. 



MJ 



22 


A 


17 


A 


20 





14 





13 





17 





24 


2 


8 





15 





16 





10 





7 





10 





8 





7 





6 





5 











4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





3 





2 








































27 


4M 


9 





22 


6A 


24 


1ft 


4 





2 






Th« Blephani, dronmflcribed <« HINDOOSTAN"— '^ PENUfSULA." 

Colonel. 
9 WBi Sir Peregrine Maitland/ K.C.B. Bns, 25 June, 1792 ; Lieut, k Capt. 30 
April, 94; Capt. Sc Lieut.-Col. 25 June, 1803; Col. 1 Jan. 12; Mqfor-Qen. 
4 June, 14; Lieut. -Gen. 22 July, 30; Col. 76th Regt. 19 July, 34. 

Lieut.^CoUmel. 
Joeeph Clarke, Ens. 22 March, 10; Lieut, p 10 June, 13; Cop^ P 24 Feb. 25; 
Mqfor, 26 June, 33; Lieut.-CoL 17th Sept. 39. 

Mqjori. 
John Heneage Grubbe, Ent. P20 Aug. 18; Lieut. P24 Feb. 25; Capt, Pl3 May, 

26; MqjoTy P19 Jan. 39. 
Robert Faushawe Martin, Ens. p26 June 23; Lieut. P20 Aug. 26; Capt. PlO 

June 26 ; Mqjiyr 17 Sept. 39. 



Captains. 
Rich. Gardiner ...... 

Robt. Clifford Lloyd . . 

G. F. Cooper Scott 

Robt Shepherd 

John Montgomerie. . . . 

Charles Winter 

Wm. WUd. J. C9ckcraft 
Geo. Percy Pickard .... 
Francis Sadlier Prittie . . 

Henry Brewster . , 

Lieutenants. 

John B. Flanagan 

Cha. S. S. Evans 

Charles Murray 

CoIUng^ood Fenwick . . 

M. S. T. Dennis 

John Gore Ferns 

Thomas Tydd 

Arch. Rutherfoord 

Wm. H. More Simmons 
Wm. Wood Senhouse .... 
Wm. Wood Whitter .... 

Jas. D. Beresford 

Henry A. Grant Byans. . 

Ensigns. 
Henry Heame Lacy .... 
Geo. Robert Hopkins . . 
Charles O'Donoghne 
John Arch. Mac Queen. . 

Henry Smith 

Robt. Edw. Per. Brereton 
Wm. Hugh Barton .... 
John Wm. Frend 



BN9IUN. 



12 May 14 
P30Dec. 26 

25 Oct. 27 

PlO July 23 

P 10 Mar. 14 

P24 Aug. 32 

8 April 25 

29 April 24 
P13 Aug. 30 
P 18 Oct. 33 

8 Feb. 31 

12 Oct. 32 

P 29 Mar. 33 

P 4 Sept 35 

P 18 Sept 35 

3 May 31 

P 3 June 36 

P 19 Aug. 36 

10 Mar. 37 

P 7 April 37 

P23Feb. 38 

2 Mar. 38 

P 1 Dec. 37 

P 1 Feb. 30 

28 Aug. 39 

29 Aug. 39 

30 Aug. 39 

17 Sept 39 

18 Sept 39 
P 8 Not. 39 



LIEUT. 



29 Sept 25 
P 8 June 30 
P 3 May 31 
P13May 26 

11 Mar. 24 
P 16 Oct 35 
P22 April 26 

11 Feb. 27 

2 Aug. 33 

P 19 Aug. 36 

28 Aug. 35 
P 3 June 36 
P 1 July 36 
P 7AprU37 
P28 Nov. 37 

23 Feb. 38 
P 19 Oct 38 
P 1 Feb. 39 

30 June 39 
20 July 39 
17 Sept 39 

P 8 Nov. 39 
P 9 Nov. 39 I 



CAPTAIN. <BRBV.-MA/. 



5 April 33 
3 June 36 
1 July 36 
5 Jan. 37 

7 Feb. 38 
1 Feb. 39 

20 July 39 
17 Sept 39 

8 Nov. 39 

9 Nov. 39 



P 9 Nov. 39 
Paymaster.—yrm. Webstei*, 7 Sept. 26 ; Ens. 90 May, 08; Li€ut. 1 Feb. 00. 
At^ant. — John Gore Ferns (Lieut.) 30 June, 30. 
Qiiarf critfiu/cr.— John WiUiam Preston, 12 June, 28; Ens. 11 June, 12; Lieut. 

19 Dec. 16. 
Sur^mn.— William Birrell, M.D. 7 April, 37 ; Assist.Surg. 12 April, 21 ; H^tp. 

Assist. 3 June, 15. 
Assistant'Surgeons. — Robert Thomas Scott, 16 July, 36. 

J. D. Verd Leigh, M.D. 18 May, 38. 

Facings 'Red.^Agent, Messrs. Cox it Co. — Irish Agent, Borough, Armit & Co. 

1 Sir Poraffrlne Haltland lanred in Flandert, and was prwcnt in feraral aeliont ; Mrrtd alio aft Ort— H la 
17U8. He irai present in thaacUoof of Logo and Coranna. Sir Perefrine has received a medal for the 
of the Nire. 

9 Payuaster Webster served at the capture of Martlniqae In 1800 ; and in the Aratrieaa war 1b 1914. 
228 



£mb. for PoKignl 
flemee, 1897. J 



nth {or East Middlesex) Regt. of Foot. 



[Serving in 
Malta. 



On the Colours and * Appointmenti, the Plume of the Prince qf Walet. 
" SERINGAPATAM "— " CIUDAD RODRIGO "— « BADAJOZ "— 

" PBNINSITLA." 



Yeart' Serr 



47 



Pall 
Pay. 



31 



89 



15 



34 

31 
27 
16 
15 
22 
10 
11 
13 
12 

18 

21 

16 

15 

11 

9 

10 

9 

8 

8 

6 

6 

4 

4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
14 

18 
3 



4 
6 



Hair 
Pay. 









8 

4A 








6 


























Colonel. 
Sir John Macleod, C.B. K.C.H. ^ftf.9 Mar. 1793; Lieut, 2 May, 94; Capt. 24 

June, 95; Mqjor, 9 June, 99; Lieut.-Col, 1 Jan. 05; Col. 4 June, 13; Mqjor- 

General, 12 Aug. 19 ; Lietii.'Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. of the 77th Begiment, 

17 Feb. 40. 
Lieut. Cohnel.—lfi George Paris Biadshaw,* K.H. £ns. p2 Oct. 06; Lieut. P16 

June, 08; CopM* 23 May, 16 ; Jftfq;or,P26Dec. 22; Xi«u^.- Co/. p 10 June, 26. 
Jfi{7(^#.-<Nichola8 Wilson, K.H. Etu. 31 Oct 09; Lieut. 7 Oct. 13; Capt. P24 

Oct. 21 ; Mqjor, P 30 Dec. 28. 
John Peter Nelley, JEm. p 13 Ang. 25 ; Lieut, p 10 June, 26 ; Capt. p 11 Oct. 31 ; 

Mqjor, P 29 Nov. 39. 



Captains. 

9 James Algeo' 

P Richard Tatton« 

James Mason' 

Ouy Clarke 

Wm. Jonathan Clerke . . 

George Stuart 

Alexander Tomkins .... 
Thos. Graham Egerton.. 
Robt. Jocelyn Straton . . 

George Dixon 

Lieutenants. 
Paris W. Aug. Bradshaw 

WilKamGalway 

Dennis Herbert 

Charles Lee 

John Edward Lewis .... 
Henry Jenris White .... 
Henry Downe Griffith . . 

William Forbes 

James A. Wheeler 

Molyn. Hyde Nepean . . 
R. Ambrose Morritt .... 

Montagu Denys 

Thos. Edmund Mulock . . 

Ensigns. 
Jas. Dupre Brabazon .... 

RobtBaillie 

Patrick Duff 

Alex. B. Rooke 

Alex. Aitken 

Edw. Hen. L. Crofton . . 
Osman F. Warrington . . 
Luke Mahon ; 



ENSIGNS. 



2 Sept. 06 
28 July 09 
11 July 05 
17 Feb. 20 
24 Feb. 26 

1 Mar. 03 

28 June 24 

24 Dec. 29 
10 Jan. 28 

P30 Dec. 28 

P26Dec. 22 
4 Nov. 13 

10 Feb. 25 

8 Apr. 25 

P 12 Jan. 30 

P 23 Dec. 31 

13 June 30 
P 2 Dec. 31 

21 Dec. 32 
P 1 Feb. 33 
P27 Dec. 34 
P 7 Nov. 34 
P 18 Mar. 36 

29 Apr. 36 

3 Feb. 37 
P 7 Sept. 38 

25 Jan. 39 
1 Feb. 39 

P 10 May 89 
Pll Oct. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



4 Sept. 06 

7 June 11 

6 Mar. 07 

P 17 July 23 

P 10 June 26 

1 Sept. 04 

P24Dec. 25 

P 9 Mar. 32 

P 18 Jan. 33 

P26Dec. 34 

24 Feb. 25 
27 July 20 

5 Mar. 26 
P 30 Dec. 28 

23 Jan. 35 
Pll Sept. 35 

6 Apr. 36 
11 Aug. 35 
20 Mar. 37 

25 Jan. 39 
P26 Apr. 39 

6 Oct. 37 
P29 Nov. 39 



24 Feb. 25 
7 Apr. 25 

18 Jan. 16 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 18 Jan. 33 

21 Feb. 11 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P2dJan. 35 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P 29 Nov. 39 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



28 June 38 
28 June 38 
10 Jan. 37 



22 July 30 



S M^)or Algeo lenrcd in the 
Penlniula ftom Aug. 1818 until 
the end of the war. 

4 MiOor Tatton lerred In the 
Penincula from Ang. 1811 until 
the end of the war, and was 
preaent at the blockade of 
Bajonne. 



5 Major Maaon eerfed with the expedition 
to the coaft of America In 1818, and waa en- 
gaged in leveral small actions ; present at the 
capture of Moose Island in the Bar of Fundj in 
1814. 

6 Lieut Herbert served in the Burmese war. 



P29N0V. 39| 
Paymaeter. — Alexander John M'Pherson, 14 Dec. 38 ; En». 14 Aug. 17 ; Lieut. 

18 Sept 28. 
A^utant. — Parte William Augustus Bradshaw {Lieut.) 28 Nov. 34. 
Quarter.'Maeter. — ^Thomas Smedley, 7 April, 37. 
Surgeon. — ^William Henry BurreU, M.D. 5 May, 37 ; Astitt.-Surg. 12 April 21 ; 

Hosp.'Aetitt. 24 June, 15. 
Aseittant-Surgeons. — Joseph Samuel Prendergast, M.D. 19 Feb. 36. 

John Drope M<Illree, 20 Feb. 35. 

Pacings. — ^Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Lawrie & M'Origor. — Irieh Agent, Messrs. Cane & Co. 



I 



t Colonel Bradshaw's scrrlces :— Expedition to Madeira In 1807 ; expedition to Walcheren, 1800, indudinir 
the landinr at Ter-Vere, siege and bombardment of Flusliing ; Peninsula from June 1811 In the end of the 
war, Inelttdtng siege, assault, and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajos ; operations on the Bidasaoa and 
Adour ; blockade of and sortie from Bavonne. 

229 R 



iSth {Highland) Begt of Foot {or the Ross-shire Buffs.) 

« CtMUch'n 7JW."— The Elephant, superscribed « A8SAYE"— " MAIDA"— ** JAVA." 



Year's Serr. 



52 



Full 
Pay. 



37 
26 

27 



Half 
P»7. 







11 
n 

15 

10 
8 

13 
7 
7 
7 
5 
5 

12 
4 



4 

8 

27 














3 




Colonel. 
9 Paul Andenon/ C.B. Ens, 31 March, 1788 ; Lieull. 31 March, 91 ; Capt. 1 July, 

95 ; Mqjor,^ June, 1801 ; Lieut.-Col 17 Oct. 06; Col 4 June, 13 j Mqfor- 

Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 78th Highlanders 9 Feb. 37. 
Lieut.-Colonel.— Henry N. Douglas,* Ens. 23 Sept. 03; Lieut. 23 May, 05; 

Capt. 14 Dec. 11 ; Mqjar, p22 Oct. 25; Lieut.-Col. p28 April, 37. 
ilf<{^'or«.— Martin Geo. Thos. lindsay,' JS<n#. p 10 Dec. 13; Lieut. p5 Dec. 18 ; 

Capt. P2G June, 23 ; Mqjor, P28 April, 37. 
Jonathan Forbes,^ Ens. p 19 Jan. 14; Lieut. 13 April, 20; Capt. Pl5 April, 

24; Mq^or, P 18 May, 38. ^ 









Captaixs. 

£dw. Twopeny 

T. Hinton Hemmans . . . . 

R. J. Pop. Vassall 

Ewan M'Phcrson* 

9 Thos. John Taylor * . . 

Walter Hamilton 

Colin Cam. M^ntyre. . . . 

9 George Mitchell^ 

John Bums 

JohnEdw. N. Bull 

Lieutenants. 

Abra. Wm. Browne 

Henry Hamilton 

Jos. Rich. Lamert 

Dugald M'Neill 

Jas. Wood Collins 

Fran. Rowland Nash . . . . 
J. Fowd. Haliburton . . . . 

Rich. Shields 

D. St. Yin. Hamilton 

S. Montg. Eddington .... 
Fred. Edm. Caldwell. . . . 

Alex. Grierson 

Charles Pattison 

ENSIGNS. 

Edward Hickey 

Groeme A. Lodchart .... 

George Horrocks 

Dair. Doug. Wemyss .... 

Th. Mayer Carvick 

H. Douglas Gordon 

Clare Skrine 

Alex. Mackenzie 



ENSIGNS. I LIEUT. 



27 Jan. 14 
15 May 11 

P 6 June 22 
21 Jan. 13 
12 Mar. 12 

P 28 Jan. 19 
9 Apr. 25 

P 29 Nov. 10 

P27 Apr. 27 
7 Apr. 25 

P28 May 29 
P 13 Aug. 29 
10 Apr. 25 
P 1 Feb. 31 
P27 July 32 
P 1 Mar. 27 
P 15 Feb. 33 
P 5 July 33 
PSOAug. 33 
Pll Sept 35 
P 9 Oct 35 
P 9 June 25 
P 7 Oct 36 



P17 Aug. 20 
2 Dec. 13 

P 22 Oct 25 
5 Feb. 14 
7 Sept 14 

P 16 Apr, 24 

P 17 July 28 

29 July 13 
P 15 Mar. 33 
P 15 June 26 

P30 Aug. 33 
P29NOY. 33 

13 Dec. 32 
P 7 Oct. 36 
P82NOV. 36 

26 Nov. 29 
P 28 Apr. 37 
P25Aug. 37 

30 Nov. 37 
5 Apr. 38 

PlSMay 38 
P 15 Feb. 27 
P30 Aug. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P22 0ct 25 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P13 May 20 
P 26 Apr. 27 

17 May 30 

P 15 Mar. 33 

P 28 Apr. 37 

5 Apr. 38 

P18May 38 

19 Oct 38 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



ft CAptaln U* 
Cnatwlcu of ISN aod 191ft to I 
dets, IncladlBf ik« leMoM •! 
ISih Jul mod tad Pck. IS14. 
Uit bonbudmfnc of Aiil««|i. 

6 CapC Taylor ■trvtd tb* 
pAlflM of ISIS aod IS14, 
tht laTcattBVfit of PuapelvM { tl»r 
tattles oTikol 
1Mb. umI aoib July. ISU ; 
of Itoyinaci aetioa of tbt lowr 
BiduMo Slat Avff. ISIS » Ultlv of 
Orthoo } attdr of Vic. and ThHiM. 
and tattlo of TouIovm 



7 Cape MitcboU i 
palffM of tSlS 



I 1SI4. U 
Iht tattloof Vinarl*. battltsor tto PyranoMO 
tttb, 9m, mod SIM July. ISIS, of tb« Nivt (i 
lOlh and IScb Dm. IStS, Ortbn STlb Pcb. Ajtm SmS 
Marefa, and TsoIoum lOCh April. M14. 

6 Dr. Bvrt Mrrcd tha Cam^tlem «f ISU mmd I«I4, 
loeludlaf Ac Slogo of Si. SetatflM, n 
Toalonaa t pu— i t la tlw aciloa at New 



5 Bdward Hickey p 22 May 35 

3 Groeme A. Lockhart p 8 Dec. 37 

2 George Horrocks p 18 May 38 

2 Dav. Doug. Wemyss p 4 Aug. 38 

2 Th. Mayer Carvick p 17 Aug. 38 

2 H. Douglas Gordon P18 Jan. 39 

1 Clare Skrine P30Ang. 39 

1 Alex. Mackenzie p 7 Feb. 40 

21 6^ Paymaster. — Monkhonse Graham. Taylor, 26 Aug. 36; Ens. 10 June, 13- 
Lieut. 5 Sept 22. 
Ad^utant.-^^haiTleB Pattison {Lieut.) 31 Aug. 99. 
Quarter- Jfojfer.— Joseph Webster, 31 May, 30; Ens. 23 Nov. 38. 
^ur^wn.^ 9 James Burt/ 29 July, 36; Assist. -Surg. 4 Sept 23; £r«n«- 

Assist. 7 June, 13. 
Assist. 'Surgeon. — George Archer, M.D. 2 Nov. 30 ; Ifosp.»Assist. 1 Vor. 27. 
[Retumedfirom CeyUm, 9 Feb. ^.'\^Faeings B%iM.^Agenty Mesan. Cox 9l Co. 

Mnl AndMva waa at tho aloniiiir ^ Goo*«BlSan rodovbia, M oeoUo Port, and ifeo akg* of Calvf, tai ( 
aatacqnratly In tho Weal Indioa. and noalvad a wew^n cootasloii In itaa aide la Ike siomiac of Horv 
•crvcd aa Alde-de-Canp to Sir John Mooro in Hm nptdlUon to Holland ; and allvrwarda In tho cipadHlan t» 
■•Tpa, vbeto ha waa atrartly «o«ndcd by a diot in iho arv. In ft* action of Slat March \ oarrad In ttM • 
W a lcho rrn, and waa p i aa an t at the tlcfo of nuhinf . Ocn. A. haa rrceivad a oMdal for Coninna. 

9 Colonol Donflaa aerrcd tho Campaisn In Java. InelndlM *kc inTtatmcnt and atomj^ of Pott CVwnrUa in 
it n r m i nt tho Hoi|hta of Sorondolo In Sa pO U ili t i . ISII i inuainunt and alonniav of iha PocHflcatiana of Dfo^oearte In 
IStt \ eommandcdtba data f limant wMch took paaa t aa l en of Cba laland of Barlav « and on hia ivtnm «m ainiidnHil to tt« 
which he rtalcned to accompany bto rcfitocnt In the eapcdUioB to tha laland of BalU In May, and to Oalabaa JWIy. M14. 
Col. Doofflaa'a aerrkaa at tho atormln* of DJo^ocorte wen noHoad In the London Gaaelte. ho havtefee^ 
which took the Sulton priaoncr. 

S Midler Lindaay lerved In Holland In lSt4 and lfi,*and waa preaent at the bomb oiduwut of Antwerp. 

4 Major PerbM aeeompanied the TSth to Holland aa a volnnicer. and waa prcacnt in aetloa at Menoni 11 
on tte Ind Pebraary. ISI-I, and at Ihe bombaidnMnt of Antwerp ; terrcd the Caapnifn of ISU and ISlft In 

Award tftka Srrvttt ^Oa 78(A HigUmmigrt, 

Ealaad by letter of Serrke dated 7lh Marrh. 1793 \ Inspected and paiacd July, 17V3 \ proceeded to Holland 
17M ( returard to Kn fla n d Majr. 17M ; proeredrd to gulbrran Aofuat. 1795 ( reCuraed January, inS ; 
Cape of Good Hope 1796 i to Caleutto Pebniarr. 17*7: to IVtmbaY, Prbniary UQSt to Ooo Pebniaty. IIV 1 ti 
AuciMt. 1811 : rrtanM to Bn«land July I1117 : proceeded to In land Norrmbtr. 1917; vnbariied for Certen Aactt. It 
raturaed to li^land Pebniary. 18N 

230 



79th Regiment of Foot^ (or Cameron Highlanders^ 



reftn'Serv. 



50 



« EGMONT-OP-ZEE,"— The Sphinx, with the words « EGYPT'—" FUENTES 
D'ONOR"— " SALAMANCA"—" PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE "— " N IVE"— 
"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



Pull 
Pay. 



18 

ao 

14 



29 
20 
26 
15 
15 
15 
14 
13 
12 
18 

11 

8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7 

3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
26 



8 
2 

15 

13 



Half 
Pay. 



2 



ft 





7« 





























1 









1* 



Colonel, 
9 Sir Ronald C. Ferguson,' G.C.B. Ens, 3 April, 1790 ; Lieui, 24 Jan. 91 ; 

Capt. 19 Feb. 93; Major, 31 May, 94; Lieut,-Col. 18 Sept. 94; Col, I Jan. 

1800 ; Mqjor'Gen. 25 April, 08 ; Lieut,'Gen. 4 June, 13; Gen, 22 July, 30 ; 

Col. 79th Highlanders, 24 March, 28. 
Lieut,'CoUmel.—BoheH Ferguson, Sns, 24 Feb. 20; Lieut, p2 Jan. 23; Capt 

P7 July, 26; Mtyor,9 SI Aug. 30; Ziewi.-Coi. p 13 March, 35. 
Minors, — Andrew Brown, Bns, 26 Oct 20; Lieut. 17 March, 25; Capt, 

P5 April, 31 ; Afi|/or, P26 May, 38. 
Hon. Lauderdale Maule, Em, p24 Aug. 26; Lieut, 21 July 31; Capt. p22 

May, 35; Mqfor, Pll May, 39^ 









Captains. 
9 iffii Wm. A. Riach' . . 

Thos. Lewis Butler 

Duncan MacDougall .... 

Wm. Henry Lance 

Robt. Manners 

John Stewart Smyth. . . . 

Thos. Isham 

James Cockbum 

Ewen Cameron 

Fra. Rawdon H. Lawrie ' 

LlBUTBNANTS 

Geo. Jas. Gordon 

Edm. James Elliott . . . . 

Wm. Craig Maxwell 

James Ferguson 

Charles Skene 

John Douglas 

Robert Ferguson 

Wm. Monro 

John Douglas 

Haskett Smith 

Robt. J. M. Napier . . . . 

Rich. C. H. Taylor 

William Balfour 

Ensigns. 

Alex. C. Maitland 

Thomas Dundas 

F. Acclom Milbank . . . . 

Alex. Buchanan 

Rob. D. Clephane 

Hector MacNeal 

Thos. John Reeve 



ENSIGN. 



17 Oct 11 
13 Aug. 12 
16 July 16 

P 7 July 25 

21 July 25 
P 10 Sept 25 
P 1 Aug. 26 

12 Apr. 27 
31 July 28 

18 Apr. 22 

P 2 Feb. 80 
P 5 Apr. 31 
P 18 May 32 
P 27 July 32 
P 12 Apr. 33 
P 6 Sept 33 
P 26 Oct. 33 
P 10 Oct 34 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P29May 35 
P 7 Aug. 35 
11 Dec. 35 
P 20 Apr. 32 

P 8 July 37 

22 Sept 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P26May 38 
P 8 June 38 
P 14 Sept 38 



LIEUT. 



17 June 13 
23 Sept 13 
P 3 June 19 
P 2 Feb. 30 
31 Dec. 30 
P 5 Apr. 31 
P 16 Mar. 32 
P23Aug. 33 
P 6 Sept 33 
P 13 Oct 25 

P 18 July 34 
P 10 Oct 34 
P 13 Mar. 35 
P 7 Aug. 35 
6 Nov. 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 8 July 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P26 May 38 
P 8 June 38 
P 14 Sept 38 
P29 Mar. 39 
P 2 Sept 36 



CAPTAIN. BRBT.-MAJ. 



7 Apr. 25 
P 2 Feb. 80 
P 18 July 34 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 8 July 37 
P29Dec. 37 
P26May 38 
P 8 June 38 
P29 Mar. 39 
P 6 Jan. 30 



28 June 38 



P 11 May 39 
Paynuuter,'-^SSSi Thos. Wm. Blewett Mountsteven,* 10 June, 36 ; Ens. 25 Nov. 

13; Lieut, 25 Oct 20; Capt, 8 May, 36. 
Adjjutant. — James Ferguson (Lieut,) 11 May 39. 
Quarter-Master, — Alexander Cruickshanks, 12 Oct. 38. 
iSMr^etm,— James Alexander Ore, 6 Dec. 39; Assist,'Surg, 10 Nov. 25 ; Hosp,- 

Assist, 16 June, 25. 
Assitt.'Surgeon,'-Dan, Maclachlan, M.D. 21 Feb. 28; Hosp.-Assist, 14 Aug. 27. 
Facings Qreen.'-Agent, Mr. Lawrie. 
[Returned from Canada, October, 1836.] 

1 Sir Ronald Fei^uMm served in Planden in 17P8, and recelred a wound In the knee. He was at th* 
flrat and second taking of the Cape of Good Hope, and has received a medal for Roleia and Vimiera. 

8 M^or Riach served in the Peninsula from Oct 1811 until the end of the war, including the operations 
in covering the siege of BSdiJoi, March and April, 18 1« ; battle of Salamanca, and siege of Burgos, 
Sept. and Oct 1818 ; present on 16th June at Quatre Braa, and was severely wounded bv a grape ahot on 
the right side of the abdomen. ' 

3 Captain Lawrie served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1826 and 98. 

4 Oapt. Mountiteven waa severely wounded at Waterloo. 

231 



SSJiTiS;:] mhRegt.ofFoot{arStaffardslure Volunteers). [^^J'S^^i.. 



The Sphinx^ with the word «« EGYPT." 



Yean'Serr. 



46 



Full Half 
Pay. Pay. 



34 



27 



13 



2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
1 
1 

15 



G 




36 





18 





34 





10 





8 











10 





15 





6 





21 





15 





13 





14 





11 
8 


15* 

u 


13 





6 





5 





7 





10 
3 


20A 



2 



















CoUmel. 
9 Sir John Taylor,^ K.C.B. Ens, Not. 1794 ; Li£Ut. 6 Dec. 04 ; Capt, 9 Sept 
95; Jf^yor, 2 Sept. 1801; Lieut.-Col. 28 Feb. 05; Col. 4 Jane, 13; Mqior- 
Gen. 12 Ang. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 87 ; CoL 80th Regiment, 16 March, 37. 

LletU, -CoUmel. 
NarboTough Baker,* Snt. 17 April, 06; Lieut. PIO March, 08; Ctqft. P18 Not. 
19; Mqjor, p25 May, 32; Lieut.-CoL P24 March, 37. 

Mqjors, 
9 Thomas Bnnbury,' Ens. 7 May, 07 ; Lieut. 17 Ang. 00; Capt. 25 Oct 14; 

Mqjor,v 21 Not. 34. 
Sam. Lettaom, Ens. p6 Mar. 27; Lieut. p2 Apr. 29; Capt. p 4 Oct. 33; 

Mqjor, P 17 Jan. 40. 



Captains. 
Jaa. Winniett Nunn*. . . . 
Rich. Tasker Furlong . . 

Wm. Kemp * 

Cha. Rob. Raitt 

Hor. Rob. M. Gukton . . 
Qeo, Brunswick Smyth. . 
Rob. Alex. Lockhart .... 

Charles Steuart 

Hon. Wm. A. S. Foster. . 

Lieutenants. 

Ronald Macdonald 

George Black 

Rich. TUbot Sayers .... 
Rinaldo Scheberras .... 

Jas. DeaTCS Morris 

John Lightbodv 

Owen Gorman" 

Wm. Hougham Tyssen . . 
Hen. Theodore Torkington 
Sam. Tolfrey Christie . . 

Simon Fraser 

Abel Dotthi Wm. Best.. . 
Lambert L. Montgomery 

Ensigns. 

Wm. Cookson 

Alex. Wm. RUey 

Anthony Ormsby 

Cha. Hen. Leslie 

H. A. Hollinsworth . . . . 

Wm. H. Hopper 

John Charles Hay 

Hercules Atkin Wclman 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



7 Apr. 04 

25 Jan. 23 

16 May 06 

13 June 30 

P26 May 32 

P 18 Oct 31 

Pll June30 

PIO Dec. 25 

P 9 May 34 



P 11 Feb. 19 

9 Apr. 25 

P 19 Apr. 27 

p 16 Mar. 26 

14 Apr. 14 
P25 May 32 

26 Oct 30 
P30Jan. 35 
P14 Ang. 35 
P 22 Jan. 36 

7 Mar. 10 
P21 Apr. 37 
P22 June 38 

P 23 June 38 
P26 Junc38 
P 13 July 38 
P20 July 38 

8 July 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 
P 4 Oct. 39 
Pl7Jao. 40 



6 May 
P 5 Jan. 
20 Not. 
P 4 Oct 
P21 Not. 
P 4 Mar. 
P 5 Oct 
P 5 Feb. 
P22 June 



05 
26 
07 
33 
34 
36 
32 
29 
38 



CAPTAIN. 



BRSTBT- 
MAJOK. 



23 Jan. 25 

12 July 27 

P25May 32 

16 Apr. 33 
25 June 18 

P 9 May 34 
27 Feb. 36 
P23 June 38 
P26 June38 
P 13 July 38 

17 July 11 
P 4 Oct 39 
P 17 Jan. 40 



13 Dec. 10 
P 19 Dec. 34 

14 Not. 22 
P22 June38 
P23 JonedB 
P26JuneS8 
P 13 July 38 
P 9 Not. 38 
P 17 Jan. 40 



22 July dU 
10 Jan. 37 



• Ool. Baktr wm at the eap* 
ture of tba Ide of France in 
1810. 

8 Major Bunbofj ■errml In 
the Peninnite from 1906 to the 
eod of the war, inclndlnf cap* 
ture of Oporto, battka of TUa- 
?era and Barroea, dafcooe of 
Tarlfli 1812, capture of Seville, 
defence of the Bridfe of Poenta 
Largo near AfvOaee, batUae of 
NiTelle and NiTe (eeTarely 
wounded), InTcatment of Bay* 
onne, and battle of Tonloae e . 

4 M^}or Nonn terred the 
Egyptian campaign of 1807; 

{tresent at the capture of Oenoa 
n 1814. 

S Hijor Kemp was at the taking of 8t. D»> 
mtnffo in 1809; terred the canpaign of 1814 la 
Holland, Including the action at Marzean^ and 
attack on Bergen-op*Zoom. 

Quarter-Matter, 10 Nor. 18S7, fKna which 
date the period of leniea haa been oompatcd. 



PmjmoMter.'—TiiO. Bloomfidd Hunt, 1 Aug. 37; En*. 19 Jan. 26; LieUt. 2d 
Oct 33. 
8 /(<^'utaii^.^John Lightbody, (Xrieu^.) 24 Mareb, 37. 

3 Qfiarfer-Jlfajf^.— Frederick Hayes, 10 Feb. 37. 
22 4^ Surgeon.— YLo^i. Tumbull, 28 June, 36 ; AMtist.-Surg. 14 May, 1 5 ; Hafp.-Astiti. 

3 Oct 13. 

4 I Aaittant'Surgeons. — Patrick Oammie, 17 June, 36. 
1 ' Arthur Colqnhoun Macnish, 6 July, 39. 

Fadnge Yellow. — Agent, Mr. Lawric. 

I Sir John Taylor lenred the campaign of 17BQ In Holland, aa Ald-d«>-Catnp to Mi^or-42en. Hotchioaon, 
with whom he went to Eicypt. and was pr<«oot In tlte dilRprent battles of that campaign. Sir John ha* re> 
•eiYed a medal and two elaepe for Nirelle,Orthet,aodToaloQBe, and was tcvcrely wounded in France, Fch. 1814. 



gj^'jgS:] 61st Regt Foot {or Loyal Lincoln Volunteers.) {^S^S^ 



Yfluv' Serr. 



46 



Fall 
Pay. 



21 
29 
18 



27 
20 
21 
16 
17 
15 
15 
12 
16 
10 

13 


13 
9 
8 

10 
7 
6 
6 
8 

15 
5 
4 



Half 
Pay 



2ft 



m 







Oft 



















" MAIDA"— " CORUNNA"— « PENINSULA." 



Colonel. 
9 i9tr Richard Downes Jackson, > K.C.B. Siu. 9 July 1794 ; lAeut, Sc Copt, 24 

May, 98; Capt. Si Lieue,-CoL 4 Aug. 1808; Col. 4 June, 14; Mc^ar-Qen. 

27 May, 25 ; Lieui.-Oen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 8l8t Regt. 8 Jan. 29. 
Lieui.'Colonel. — Charles Chicheater,** JBtis. 5 Mar. 11 ; Lieut, 4 Nov. 12 ; Capt. 

P 23 Dec. 24 ; M<yor, p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieui.-Col. p 12 July, 31. 
Mqfor9.'^9 Hob. Henry WiUcocks,' K.H. Bru. 12 Sept. 11 ; lAetU. 26 Aug. 

13 ; Capt. 21 July, 25 ; Mq^or, p 16 March, 32. 
Giles Vandeleur Creagfa, 9nd Lieut. p6 Jan. 20; Lieut. PlO April, 25; Capt. 

PI Aug. 26; MajoTy P27 Dec. 33. 



Captains. 

Uf Henry Dixon 

Richard Hort 

9 £dw. Roley HUP .... 

Abraham Splaine 

James Ward 

John Edw. Orange * 

John Uniacke J^ery . . . . 
Cha. H. Edmonstone . . . . 
Rich. Uniacke Howe' . . . . 
Wm. Hen. C. Wcllesley . . 
Lieutenants. 

Louis Ghiy* 

Richard Hale 

John Hamilton Stewart , 
Tho. Sarsfield Perry . . . . 

Edward Bowyer 

Henry Farrant 

Henry Renny 

Bon. R. A. G. Dalzell . . 

Henry Edw. Sorell 

George W. Raikcs 

John Powell 

Charles Hope Kerr 

Chas. Wm. Thompson ^. . 
Ensigns. 

A. F. F. Boughey 

Fred. Edw. Sorell 

JohnOIdright 

John Gilder 

John Bourchier 

Richard Crawley 

James Woods 

Francis Lepper 



ensigns. 



LIEUT. 



P 5 Mar. 
p 26 Jan. 

23 Feb. 
P28 Oct. 

25 May 

10 Apr. 
PlO Apr. 
P23 Apr. 

18 Aug. 
P29 June 



12 
19 
13 
24 
15 
25 
25 
28 
14 
30 



P21 Dec. 

P 4 May 

24 Feb. 

P22 Apr. 



15 
22 
14 
26 



8 Mar. 27 
P 16 Feb. 31 

23 July 27 
P 4 Oct. 31 
P16 Mar. 32 

9 July 90 
P27 Dec. 83 
P21 Mar. 34 
P16 May 34 
P 14 Dec. 32 

29 Sept. 25 

3 Oct. 35 

P26 Feb. 36 



P 23 June 25 
15 Oct. 27 

P21 Nov. 28 

P 2 Mar. 32 
21 Sept. 15 

P 5 Oct. 32 

12 Apr. 27 
P 1 Aug. 34 

2 Aug. 34 
P 7 Nov. 34 
P28 Nov. 34 

13 Feb. 35 
P 7 Aug. 36 
Pll Sept. 35 
P 6 Nov. 85 
P23 0ct. 35 

7 Oct 32 
P22 Apr. 39 
P17Jan. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



P21 Nov. 28 
P27 Aug. 25 
P26 Sept. 26 
P 16 Mar. 32 
P 6 July 32 
P27 Dec. 33 
P 7 Nov. 34 
P 13 Nov. 35 
20 Sept. 37 
P 17 Jan. 40 



Lieut. Gay, ai an officer in 
the Canadian Voltigeun, wa» at 
the battle Ghaieauguay, lOih 
Oct. 1818, and Plattaburgh, Uth 
Sept. 1814. 

7 Ideal. Tbompeon aerved 
as a Captain in the Anglo- 
Spanish Legion, and was en- 
gaged at Hernanf, 80 Aug. 86 ; 
the operations on the heights 
of ArJaban, 10, 17, and 18 Jan. 
86; and the action before San 
Sebastian, 5 May, 86, in which 
he was sererely wounded In the 
hip and the hand. 

8 Paymaster Thompson ae- 
81st Regiment 



companied the 
through all its services. 
Qnartar-Haater Patterson's serriees :— battle 
of Maida, captnra of Isehia, Peninsula from 
Sept. 1809 to the end of the war, inclndinff 
investment of Denia, battle of CastaUa, and 
iuTestment of Tarragona, June 1818. 



4 A. F. F. Boughey p30 July 86 

3 Fred. Edw. Sorell Pll Aug. 37 

2 John Oldright 21 Sept. 38 

1 John Gilder p23 Aug. SO 

1 John Bourchier 24 Aug. 39 

1 Richard Crawley P19 July 39 

1 James Woods 31 Dec. 39 

1 Francis Lepper P 7 Feb. 40 

42 Paymaster— 9 Arnold Thompson," 22 Aug. 05 ; Sns. 6 Sept. 08 ; Lieut. July, 03. 

6 A(^utant. — Henry Edward Sorell, {Lieut.) 3 Nov. 37. 
11 Quarter^Master. — Jf James Patterson ,> 25 June, 29. 

Surgeon. — David Bees, 7 June 33 ; Auiet.-Surg. 12 May, 14. 

2 Assist.-Surgeons. — Edward Wm. Gray, 22 June, 88. 

1 Henry James Scliooles, M.D. 28 June, 39. 

Faeingt Buff. — Agent y Messrs. Cox 6c Co. 
. 1 Sir Rich. D. Jackson has received a cross and two clasps for Barrosa, Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, 
Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. 

1* Lieut-Col. Chichester senred as Brigadier-GeDeral with the Anglo-Spanish Legion during the years 
1886, 0, and 7 ; was in the action before Emani on the 80th August, 1836, in which he received two wounds ; 
also at the relief of Bilbao in the same year. Commanded a brigade at Mendigur, and at Atua, on the lOtli, 
17th, and 18th Jan. 1836; in the battle before Ssn Sebastian on the 6th of May, and at the passage of the 
Urmea and taking of passages on the 88th. Commanded at Alxa when it was attacked on the 0th June by 
the Oarlists with a chosen body of men, and had a horse wounded under him. Was engaged In the general 
action on the heights of Ametia on the 1st of October. In the operations on the 10th, ISth, 14th, and 15th 
of March, 1887, during which he had a hone wounded ; and in the general action on the MSth of March, 
where he was wounded, and had two horses wounded. Commanded the British Legion, then formed into a 
diTision of two brigades, in the action of the I4th of May, and at the Inrestment and storming of Irun on 
the I6th and 17th. For his services in Spain, Lleut.-Col. Chichenter has received two medals. 

8 MiiJor WiUeoeks served in the Peninsuia from May 1818 to the end of the war, including battle of Sala- 
manca (wounded in the hand and legX •lege of Burgos, battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian^ 
battles of the Kive (wounded in the right arm), and investment of Bayonne. 

8 Capt. Hill served in the Peninsula ftam Sept. 1818 to the end of the war, including the aflhir of Muaos, 
retreat front Burgos (as a volunteer), battle of Vittoria, Passage of the Bidaaaoa, battles of Nlvelle.and Toulouse. 

4 Capt. Omnge served in the Burmese war in 1826. 

5 Capt. Howe was at the capture of Outinet United States, and Acfcmis, United States frigate, 1st Sept. 1814. 

233 



Bmb. for For."! 
Senrloe, 1897.J 



82rf Foot, {or the Pr. of Wales'^ Volunteers.) 



rSerflagil 



On the Coloura and Appointments, the Prince of Walet^i PhunB.-^** ROLBU" 
— ." VIMIERA"— « VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVBLLE*'— 
" ORTHES"— .« PENINSULA"—^* NIAGARA." 



Yemn' Serv, 



46 



Full 



41 
36 



17 
16 
12 
17 
18 
80 
32 
10 
8 
15 

10 
7 
7 

11 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
3 
2 
6 

2 
2 



33 

7 

8 
17 

6 
14 



Half 
Pmj. 








11* 






13A 































Colonel, 
9 Sir John Wilson/ K.C.B. Ens. 26 Mar. 1794 ; LietU. 12 Aug. 05 ; Copt. 18 

Jan. 00; Mqjor,^7 May, 1802; Lieut.-Col 22 Dec. 08; Col. 4 June, 14; 

Mqi^-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 88 ; Col. 82nd Rcgt. 5 Deca6. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
9 Geo. Marshall,' K.H. JSns. 6 Dec. 00; Lietst. 15 Aug. 04; Capt. 27 Oct 08; 

Brevet-Mqjor, 27 May, 25; RegtL-Mi^or, 23 Oct. 86; Brevet'Ueut.'Cot. 

28 June, 38 ; Regtl.'Lieut.-Col. p 21 June, 30. 
Mqfors.^9 John F. Mackay, * Ens. 14 Dec. 04 ; Lieut. 10 Feb. 07 ; Copt. 16 

Aug. 13; Mqjor, P 5 July. 33. 
9 John Jas. Slater,^ JS<n#. 20 May 14 ; Lieut. P 7 Jan. 10 ; Capt. p 17 Aug. 26 ; 

Mqfor, P 21 June, 30 






llfl 





Captains. 

William Slater 

Chas. Francis Maxwell . . 

Geo. Ogle Moore 

Jas. Alex. Robertson .... 

Benoit Bender' 

9 George Pinckney '. . . . 
Richard Passley ........ 

Wm. Jas. Whittnck 

Thomys Wynn Hornby . 
John Du Vemet^ 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Jas. Abbott* 

Dayid Watson 

Edw. Blagden Hale 

Henry Bates 

Wm. Ecdes 

Hen. L. Smith 

Jas. C. Maclachlan .... 

J. P. B. Pnleston 

Fra. Geo. Sherlock .... 

Fred. Wm. Diggle 

E. R. W. Wingfield Yates 

Osborne West 

James Bailie 

Enbions. 

C. T. Vesey Isaac 

Thomas Lambert 

Robert Crowe Fleming . . 
Geo. Russell Nicholls . . 
Rob. Matthew Forster . . 
John Wildman Yates. . . . 
Qeo. Edmund Halliday . . 
James Pratt 



ENSIGN. 



9 Sept. 12 
P 28 July 25 
18 Sept. 28 
P 6 Mar. 23 
P20 Dec. 08 
Pl7Sept. 01 

8 Sept. 08 
P 3 Dec. 30 

1 Feb. 33 

27 Mar. 25 

P OApr. 12 
P 12 July 33 
P 2 Aug. 33 
OJuly 20 
P28Feb. 34 
21 Aug. 35 
P 4 Sept 35 
P24 0ct 35 
P20Jan. 36 
P 14 Oct 36 
P24 Mar. 37 
Pll May 38 
P28 Nov. 34 

30 Oct 38 
P24 Not. 38 
P 26 Apr. 30 
P3l May 30 
P 12 July 30 
P 2 Aug. 30 
P23 Aug. 30 
P 13 Dec. 30 



LIBUT. 



20 Jan. 14 
P17 Aug. 26 
P 3 Dec. 30 
Pl7 8ept26 

4 Apr. 10 
22 Not. 04 

6 Not. 00 
P28 Aug. 35 
P 4 Sept 35 
P 8 Apr. 26 

16 Feb. 15 
P24 0ct 36 
P20Jan. 36 

28 Nov. 33 
P28 0ct 36 

28 Sept 38 
P24 Not. 38 
P 26 Apr. 30 
P31 May 30 
P21 June 30 
P 2 Aug. 30 
P13 Dec. 30 

31 Dec 30 



CAPTAIN. 



P25 Not. 28 

P16 Not. 32 

P 12 July 33 

P 8 June 32 

26 Not. 30 

10 Not. 12 

16 Mar. 32 

P21 June 30 

P 2 Aug. 30 

P24 Apr. 35 

5 Oh«. B«Btei 
frea Dcciaosie 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



22 July 30 



ISlft.1 



ISlt, 



la the Miloa of Ik* m My. 
takteforDrttvU. 



■t Wknt 



Mlamto River t 

Aiu a«latn, aad mimmtm | 

ol SBadutktj, and Port Nla«v>i 

« ^M <«w t ot ted Jou 1SI4; 

Rock*, ted Feb., aad at 

6 lli^or PtDekncjr*! mrtttfi— 
BtptdlUoB to Soolh AaniM, !■• 
clDdliw th« UMt^ of MaMi—dd 
and ilcffc of Mont* TMw i tattle* 
of aolcia aDd Ttaalerai opedltlM 
to Walcteraat nwlvwd Ite Sag «r 
trace at tha ont-poai, at tha attack 
aad capture of T«r Ta«. Mtddl*- 
buight Mofflitaif ot I 

t Captain Dn Taracc acrvad in A** !■ 11 

a Ucvt. Abbott MTTcd la tb* 

9 Paymaater Holdtworth^ 
agalaat Balte Ida Job* ISQOi ricf* aad eaftorr ef 
nubliw I rcBlamila firon Jana Mil to tho cad of (k» 
war, Inflndlnc battlei of TIttaria, Mayo 
or Paa^pclma SOlb (voaadod la tho wrial bf a i 
ball, a coatuacd oa the •hooldor) aad Slal MIy 1 1 
of I WMwi Slit Aoff. I bottiM of NlfoOa 

10 Dr. Pope WM at Ac tlcfe of Badia« ^ !■»» 



of ISlSk to- 



I- 



ll Qr.-Maat. Oraat icrrcd Ike < 

clodlof tfM battle of Wiierioo i 

Paymaster.^9 Samuel Holdsworth,* 22 Sept 25 ; Ens. k Affft. 31 Dec 07; 

Lieut. 1 Not. 00. 
ii<^iitofif.— DaTid Watson, {Lieut.) 31 Oct. 30. 
Quarter*Master.—9SBi Bernard Grant," 28 Aug. 35; Ens. 28 Dec. 38. 
Surffeon.—9 Pat Pope/^ M.D. 13 May, 36 ; Assist.-Surg. 24 Feb. 14 ; Betp.- 

ilMiff. June, 1811. 
Assistant'Surgeons. — Arthur Anderson, M.D. 16 Oct 35. 

Tho. Atkinson, M.D. II May,26; iroip.-iiariif.SSDec.25. 
Paeings Yellow. — Agent y Mr. Lawrie. 

I Sir loba Wnaea hae reeel*ad a SMdal fbr Saa WrbaaHan. 

S Hakat Mackay^ •ervtece i— Bipcditloa to Copoabacca 1807 t battlea of ReMa. Ttaalara. 
WaldMrea \ Pialaoala froa ISM to Da*. MIS, tafliidii^ battlaa of Barreeai (■erarelr woaadad), TIttaria, tm 
Jiilr. Paapriaaa (aevorely waaaded) SOlii Jaly. MIS. 

S Col. Manhain Mnrteee t— Rxpcdiiioa to Copeahaffca la 1007 i batllee of RolrU. Thatara, aad CoraaM \ 
Mot. Mlt to llw cad eftba war. laeladlas battle of Vlttoria, Piua of Uxf (woaadcd), Piawclvaa SOIh aad Slalialy,i 
Aoff. MM t Hcichia of Sc Pec, terefalr wooadcd In the bead. Prewat at Nli«ara. Sopt 1S14. aad iU|Mly 

4 M^or Slater lervcd la tbe PcalMata aad alee la Aaerica la Mil. 

234 



£J^,SJ:] 83rd Regiment of Foot. [s-'^fj- 

•*CAPEOFGOOD HOPB"— "TALAVERA"— "BUSACO"— "FUENTE8 D'ONOR" 
— "CIUDAD RODRIGO"—"BADAJOZ"— "SALAMANCA"— " VITTORIA"— 
« NIV^/ '^»— « ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Veart'Serr. 



62 



Full 



19 
34 

SO 



22 
31 
22 
19 
27 
17 
32 
13 
11 
10 

20 
15 
16 
17 

9 
8 
7 
7 
7 
4 
6 
6 
3 

5 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
17 
17 
2 

14 
6 



Half 

PIBLJ. 



1* 





lA 

5 





























10 








Colonel, 
Hastings Fraser,» C.B. Era. 9 April, 1788; LieuU 3 Nov. 90 ; Capt, 7 Dec. 97 ; 

jlfq/or 28 July, 1802; Xu?i«/.-CoZ. 7 Sept. 04; Col, 4 June, 13; MajoT.-Qen. 

12 Aug. 19 ; Lieut,-Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col, 83rd Regiment, 80 Sept. 86. 
Lieia,'Colo7iel—H<m, Henry Dundas, Ens, &. Lieut. 18 Nov. 19; Capt, p1 

April, 24; MqjarP II July, 26 ; Lieut. -Col. p3 Dec. 29. 
irq;or«.— Botet Trydell,* Ens. 19 Oct. 04; Lieut. 30 Oct. 06; Capt. 17 Nov. 

18; Ar((;or P3 Dec. 29. 
Peter Crofton,' 2nd Lieut. 6 April, 10 ; Lieut. 9 Nov. 14 ; Capt. 16 Dec. 22 ; 

Mqjor 2 March, 33. 



Captains. 

! William Henry Law^ . . 
Joseph Swinburne' .. 

Edward Townsend 

Robert Colquhonn 

Jjf John Emslie^ 

Henry Francis Ainslie. . . . 
9 9tSl John Richardson ^ 
Den.M'CarthyStubbeman 

George Qrey 

Edward D' Alton 

LlEUTBlTAirTS. 

John Rayson 

John Kelsall 

William Qarstin 

John Stubbs' 

Henry Lloyd 

Thos. John St. Aubyn. . . . 

Benj. Handley Brown 

D. W. P. Labalmondlere . . 
Thos. Richard Derinzy. . . 

Walter Hamilton 

Duncan Campbell 

Edward Steele 

Wenman Wynniatt. 

Ensigns. 

Septimus A. F.Cary. 

Fra. John Hext 

Cha. Wilson Austin 

David Anderson 

John Thos. Downman . . . 
William Roger Puleston .. 

Han. Wm. Oage 

John Williams Wallington 



ENSIGN. 



29 April 13 
16 Aug. 09 
23 May 16 

P20 April 20 

26 Mar. 08 

29 Jan. 24 

1 Dec. 08 

P22 Mar. 27 
14 Jan. 30 
13 June 80 

1 Feb. 21 

P 14 July 26 

28 Oct. 24 

20 Apr. 26 
P 6 Apr. 31 
P24 Aug. 32 
P 12 Apr. 33 

21 June 33 
P 2 Aug. 33 
P 10 June 36 
P8 April 34 
P18 April 34 
P 8 Dec. 37 

P3 April 36 
P26May 38 
P14Dec. 38 
28 Dec. 38 
P IFeb. 30 
P16Mar. 39 



LIEUT. 



P28NOV. 16 P 14 July 26 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



4 June 12 
P28 0ct. 24 
P 4 Dec. 23 

8 Nov. 09 
P 7 Nov. 20 

6 Sept. 10 
P 3 Aug. 30 
P 29 Mar. 33 
P 2 Aug. 33 

7 April 26 
P 30 April 27 

29 May 28 
26 June 30 
P 8 April 34 
P26 Sept. 36 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P26May 38 
14 Nov. 38 
PI Feb. 89 
Pl6Mar. 39 
P22Mar. 39 
P 20 Sept. 39 



6 Oct. 26 
PlSFeb. 26 
P16Mar. 30 

22 May 29 
P 6 April 31 

17 Nov. 31 
P 6 June 36 
P22 Mar. 39 
P20Sept.39 



28 June 
28 June 



38 
38 



A CapL BoasU* wrred Ib th* 
Praliunla tram June ISIS to tiM cod 
of the war. Inelodlac the hettlee of 
NiTellr, Orthcs, and Tonlouae. 
Served alio ia the Kandian rebellkm 
In 1S17 and 18. 

7 Capt. Rlehardwm lerred hi the 
Pcninsnla fhni Dec. 18QS to the end 
of the war, Ineludfaif the fcneral 
actions at Bonoo. Salamanca, Vlf. 
toria, Pyrcneet, Kth and SOIh July, 
Ntrelle (arTerely woondcd faa the 
left knee), Orthea, and Tookmae i 
partial actions at Rodinlia, Vale 
of Cooeales, Pyrenees, Hel^its of 
Vera i also cnffag ed at the siege of 
Olavcnca, flrst and last siege of 
Bad*|os (wounded at the assaalt 7th 
April, ISIS), siege of Clodad Bodrlgo. and storming the 
sabttrbs, and bloekade of Pampetona. Present at Wa- 
terloo. 

S Llent. Stabbs scrred dnrlag the Raadlan rebellloB 
tai 1817 and IS. Qnaiter- Master, 18th Sept. 18. from 
which date the period of serrlcc has been i 



P22 Mar. 39 
P20 Sept 391 
Paymatter. — Richard Brough, 7 Oct. 24; * Lieut, 26 Dec. 13. 
A4futant.-^ohn Stubbs, (Lieut.) 20 April, 26. 
Quarter-Master. — Robert Imray, 8 June, 38. 
Surgeon, — William Qardiner, 6 May, 37; Assist. -Surffeon, 7 Feb. 11. 
Assist.'Surgeons.— John Maitland, M.D. 12 June, 28; Hosp.-Assist, 16 Dec. 26. 

Richard James O'Flaherty, 9 Jan. 36. 
Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 



I Ocoanl Praaer served the three eaapaigss of 17W1, 91, and 9S, In the Rast Indies ; was pment at the siege and swinnlm 
of Bangalore, the assault of Tippo's ISortifled canp, 6th Peb. 1798. and subseqaent si^e of Sertngapatam. In 1800 be aerrcd 
■t the siege and capture of Pondichcrry. In 1797 he sailed on the projected Manilla rapcdliion to Penaag. In 1799 he look 
tb« Seld against Tippo 8ttlUn, and was present at the batde of MaUavelly. and ihe siege and assault of SeringafMam. Gen. 
Praser cootnanded the soalhem diTision of the army, daring the whole of the Polygar war ia 1801. 

f Mi^ TrydeU served at the capture of tiie Cape of Good Hope la 1800, and ia the Kandian lasunectlaB of 1S17 and 18 la 
Ceylea. 

5 M^or CroAoB served ia the Kandian Insurrection hi 1817 and IS. 

4 M^ior Law served in the Peninsula flrom SepL 18IS to the end of the war, ineloding the batdcs of Nivelle and Nlva. 

6 Mj^lor Swinburne served in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, including the battles uf Oporto, Talavem 
(woamled In the right arm and foot), Bosaoo i actions at Pombal. Leria. Condeixa, Ftcnr-de-lia, Quarda, and Sabugal ; battle 
of Poentcs d'Onort Srst siege of Badges ; action at Slbodon ; siege of Cludad Rodrlgo; second siege of Bad«Jo> : Salananea, 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Salvatcrre, Ortlies (.wounded In die neck), Vigmagore, and Toulouse. 

236 



Y««n'9«nr. 


53 


Full 


Hal/ 


Pfcj. 


iV. 


31 


6H 


25 


2A 


17 





33 





26 


1 


16 


9 


13 





14 





18 


4 


13 





15 





12 





11 





14 





12 





14 


1^ 


10 





10 





7 





8 





7 





6 





5 





3 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





31 


ft 


3 





3 





21 


6A 


3 






84th ( York and Lancaster) Regt of Foot. 

The Unum Rose, " NIVE"— " PENINSULA"—" INDIA." 

Colonel. 
Sir Ktzroy J. Graaon Maclean, » Bt. Ens, 24 Sept. 1787 ; Lieut, 19 June, 88 ; 

Capt. 15 July, 93 j Lieut.-CoL 18 Nov. 95; Col. 25 Sept. 1803; Maoor-Gen. 

25 July, 10; Ueut.'Gtn. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 84th Begiment, 

28 July, 23. 
Ueut.'Cohmeh^^ Frederick Macbean,' K. H. Ens, 9 June, 03 ; Lieut. 6 May, 

05; Capt. 24 Dec. 12; Mcoor, Pld July, 26 ; Lieut.-Col. P2 Nov. 38. 
Jir<|^or#.— Richard Willington,* Comet, 1 Oct. 12 ; Lieut. 2 Oct 14 ; Capt. 

P3 Dec. 25; Breoet-Mq^or, 28 June, 38 ; Regtl-Mqjor, p2 Nov. 38. 
Charles Franklyn, Ene. p17 July, 28; Xknif. p8 April, 28; Capt. pIO July, 28; 

Mqfor, P28 Dec 38. 



Captains. 
9 Sam. Taylor Basden^. . 

AlexM'Crae 

Hen. Bonrke Clarke 

David RuBsell 

Tho. Geo. Veitch 

Matthew B.O. Reed 

CharleB James 

Rich. Nassau Bolton 

Samuel John Qoslin 

Wm. Hen. Kelly 

LiBUTBKAKTS. 

Jas. Alex. West. 

'Hiomas Bridge 

Roderick J. Hauley 

Arthur Coape 

Lawr. L. Esmonde White.. 
Rich* Lovelocke Coxe .... 

GeoiigeM'CaU 

Mat^ew Cassan 

Thos. Davison 

Qea Fra. Harrison 

James Considine. 

Wm. Murray Mitchell . . 
EnsiONS. 

Cha. F. Campbell 

Cha. F. Seymour 

Thos. lightfoot 

Arth. Cav. Bentfaiek 

John WlUington Monck 

Geo. Fred. MacBean 

Frederick MUls 

M. Mac Naughten Smith . 
Speer Hughes 



KNSION. 



21 May 07 
9 Sept. 13 

23 Nov. 15 
P 10 Jan. 28 

17 Aug. 26 
P 26 Feb. 18 
P29 Nov. 27 
P 7 July 25 
PlOJuly 28 
P lOct 29 

P 6 July 26 

P26June 28 

7 July 11 

P 19 Nov. 30 

p 18 Jan. 31 

P21 Oct 38 

7Sept.32 

P 13 Dec. 38 

P23May 34 

P 26 June 35 

26 July 37 

P6 Mar. 36 

15 Sept. 37 

9 Jan. 38 

1 June 38 

P 2 Nov. 38 

P28Dec. 38 

4 Jan. 39 

P25Jan. 39 

P31 May 39 



LIBUT. 



9 Oct. 08 
P 18 July 22 

17 Aug. 26 
P 1 Oct. 89 
PlOJuly 28 
P 19 Nov. 25 
P 20 Jan. 32 

15 Nov. 27 
P21 Sept 30 

18 July 33 

28 Feb. 28 

30 Aug. 31 

25 May 12 

P22 0ct 33 

P 26 June 35 

P 10 June 36 

P 1 Dec. 37 

10 May 38 

P 2 Nov. 38 

P28 Dec. 38 

P31 May 30 

PI Nov. 30 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



3 Oct 27 
30 Aug. 31 
18 July 33 
P 5 Apr. 33 
P26 June 36 
P26Feb. 36 
P 90ct 35 
P 2 Nov. 38 
P28Dec. 38 
Pdl May 89 



4 Capt BMuteo'f Mrrlct* :-> 
Expedition to Walcheraa, Bod 
viege of FloRhtng; PenlDtula 
from Attft. ISIS to the ««d oT 
the war, indudliifr the bfttUcs 
of Nivelle and Vir% IHh, lOlh, 
and lltb Dec. 181S. 

A Capt. Nicholton Mrred in 
the PeolDtQla from April IMM 
to the end of Uh> war, Inelad- 
ing the battles of Talavcra, Ba* 
laco, and Salamanca, wheie ha 
was Mvaraly wounded. 



P31 Dec. 39 
Pa^nuuter.-^^ Joseph Nicholson,* 7 Sept 26 ; JS^. 1 1 Aug. 08 ; Lieut. Aug. 

10; Capt. 15 March, 21. 
Atyutant.^C. F. Seymour, {Ene.) 10 May, 89. 
Quarter^Maeter.—jBmn Farrell, 12 May, 37. 
.9iir$«9fi.— Daniel Armstrong, 30 Oct 38 ; Auitt. 'Surgeon, 22 Dec. 14 ; Hoep.^ 

Aetiet. 6 Sept 13. 
AttiMtant'Surgeony Francis William Innes, M.D. 10 Feb. 37. 

[Returned from the Wett Indies, May 1838.] 

Faeingt Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 



1 Bir F. Ma cl a aii Mrred maay yaari In the West Indiei, and waa preicot at the rednetloB of 
idanda. Ice. Ice. He haa raeetved a medal for Ooadaloope. 

9 Ool. MaebaaB*s Mrvteea >-Battlea of Roleia, Vlmiera, and Coniana ; ezpedltkm to Waleheren ; IVaiaaala 
from Oet. 181t to Nov. IBIS, incladlnf the battle of Vittoria, Mayo Psm, pyieneee 9Bth, SOIh^aiid SlU Jaly ; 
Paai of Ech^llar ; serred the campaign of 1815 in Upper Canada. 

9 M^)or WUUncioo eenrad In the Eart Indict from Maf 1818 to May 1889, Indiidlnir the campalfQa of 
1B19 and 10, In Kattywar and Kotch ; taking of Aniw : Oeeean earopaigna of 1817 and IB ; eampala* of 
1819 In Kandlah, and In Kutch In 1890. 
236 



Tean'SerT. 



44 



*sJiJl^''?SSf"] S5th(BuchM Volunteers) or Kinff'sLiffht Inf. Regt [*SSJJ" 

^'Aueto splendore rentrgo" 
** FUENTE8 D'ONOR"—«NIVE»— "PENINSULA"— "BLADENSBURQ." 

Colonel. 
9 Sir Wm. Thornton,^ K.C.B. Ens. 31 March, 1796; Lieut. 1 March, 07; 
Cop^ 25 June, 1803; Mqfar, 13 Nov. 06; JAeut.-Col. 28 Jan. 08; CoZ. 4 
June, 14; Mqjor^Gen. 27 May, 26; Xtett^.-(7efi. 28 June, 38; CoL 85th 
light Infiintry, 9 April, 38. 

Lieui.^Coionel. 
9 Fred. Maunaell,' En». 16 March, 12 ; Ueut. p28 Jan. 13 ; Capt. p24 June, 19 ; 
Mtycr^ P 14 Aug. 27 ; Lieut.-Col. 23 May, sa 

9 Henry John French,* Ens, 27 Aug. 12; Lieut. 21 July, 13 ; Capt. P25 Sept 

23 ; Mqfor, 23 May, 36. 
Wm. Thomas Hunt, Ens. 29 April 13 ; Lieut. 17 Not. 14 ; Capt. P 9 April 25 ; 

Breo.-Mqj. 28 June 38 ; Regt.-Mcij. p 1 Not. 39. 



FnU 
Pay. 



28 

28 
27 



20 
17 
14 
14 
15 
12 
11 
6 
9 
18 

15 
13 
9 
8 
8 
7 
6 
6 
6 
6 
4 

4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
8 
1 
1 
24 



Half 
Pay, 



4 
18 
29 















11 



























1 



Captains. 

Manley Power 

Herbert Edward Taylor. . 
Francis John St. Qnintin 
James Kennard Pipon . . 
Henry Sabine Browne . . 
Thos. M. M<N. HamUton 

Qeorge Tennant 

John Hamilton Dundas . . 
Oeoige Cochrane Dickson 
Brook Taylor 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Wynyard 

William Todd 

Henry Charles Curtis . . 

OllTer Jackson 

Jolm Blackburn 

Alexander O. Grant .... 
Cholmeley Edw. Bering . . 

John Wm. Grey 

Compton Chas. DomTille 
Cecil Edward Bewes .... 

John Horrodu 

Ekszoks. 
Chas. Jolm CoWille .... 
Alexander Patterson .... 
Henry John Darell .... 

W. Wray Maunsell 

Tliomas Edmund Knox. . 

T. C. M. Lethbridge 

Pat. W. Sydenham Ross 

Charles K. K. Tynte 

ETdyn Latimer Parratt 
Lord Spencer S. Compton 



BN8ION. 



P 24 June 19 

22 Jan. 24 
8April25 

P 3Aug.26 
P23June25 
P 24 April 28 
P 6 July 29 
P 18 Dec. 23 
P 5AprU31 
P 16 May 27 

9 April 25 
P 30 Aug. 27 
P 30 Dee. 31 
P 2Mar.32 
P 15 June 32 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 9 May 34 
P 16 May 34 
P 16 May 34 
P 7Aug.d5 
P 4Mar.36 

p 27 May 36 

23 Sept. 36 
P 5 May 37 
p 1 Sept. 37 

26 Jan. 38 
P 12 May 38 
P 9 Not. 38 
P 10 Not. 38 
P 4 Oct. 39 



LIEUT. 



P 17 April 23 
P 10 Sept. 25 
P 28 Jan. 26 
P 9 Dec. 28 
P 11 July 30 
P 1 Feb. 33 
P 9 May 34 
P 16 June 25 
P 24 Not. 35 
P 15 June 30 

P 81 May 26 
P 2 Mar. 32 
P 4 Mar. 36 
P 27 May 36 
P 1 Sept. 37 
P 18 Dec. 35 
17 April38 
P 1 June 38 
P 9 Not. 38 
9 4 Oct. 39 
P 1 NoT.39 



CAPTAIN. 



BREY.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 



P 30 June 25 
Pll June 30 
P 21 Not. 28 
P 6Mar.35 
P 30 Sept. 36 
P 9 Not. 38 
P 4 Oct. 39 
P 8 Apr. 26 
p 1 Not. 36 
P 28 Not. 34 



8 If i^or PreDch lerved in tha 
Penlnaula, from Aug. 1818 to 
the end of the war, including 
tiege of San Sebaatian ; paaaaga 
of the Bidanoa; battles of the 
NiveUe and Nive, and invest- 
ment of Bayonne. Served also 
in the American war, including 
the actions at Bladensbarg, Bal- 
timore, New Orleans, and Fort 
Bogrer. • 



P 1 Not. 39 
Pi^ifUUt«r.~-G«orge' Ash Thompson, 27 Jan. 20; Ens. 16 Mar. 15; Lieut. 22 

May, 17. 
^<^Want.-~Alexander Patterson (Ensign) 16 Dec. 36. 
lA Qiiar*«r-Afiii*«r.—Geoige Edwards, 25 Oct. 27. 
4^ Surgetm.—9 George Griffin, 26 Sept. 84 ; Assist.-Surg. 28 Aprfl, 14 ; Hosp.- 

Askst. 11 June, 11. ^ . ,a . 

Assistant'Surge(m.—Vf. C. Humfrey, 18 Jan, 27 ; HospUal-Assut. 10 Jan. 26. 
I William Carson, M.D. 7 Oct. 36. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Messrs. Cox &Co. 
1 Sir Wm. Thornton has received a medal for the paaiage of the NIve, and was twice wounded In the 

*« Col.* Mran^ril' served in the Peninsula, from August, 1818, to the «»<> of the war, including slegeof 
Ban Sebastian ; passage of the Bldassoa; battles of NiveUe, 10th Nor., and Nlve, 9tli, lOlb, and 11th Dec. 
Served also in thelmericaa war, and was sllghtlj wounded at Bladensburgb, a4th Aug. and seveielj at 
New Orleans, S8d Dec 18U. 

287 • 



86^A (or the Royal County Down) Regiment of Foot 



Tean'8«rT. 


48 


Pull 
P»y. 


Half 
P»y. 


87 


lA 


20 


A 


31 





36 





25 

18 
15 





23 

12 


»A 




21 


2 


18 

12 




SI 


21 





12 





16 





13 





10 
9 


OA 




8 





6 





8 





5 











6 





3 


22ft 


4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





21 
16 


5ft 



)4 

28 






14 






On the Colonra and Appointments, the HarpmA Croum, with the Motto ** Qui» 
Separabit." " INDIA"— The Sphinx, with the word* " EOYPT"— " BOUR- 
BON"— On the Buttons, the Iruh Harp and Crown. 

CoUmel. 
9 Sir Arthur Brooke,* K.C.B. Em. 31 Oct 1702; Lieut 26 Not. 03; Capi. 

10 Sept. 05 ; Mqjar, 26 Dec. 1802 ; Lieut.-CoL 15 June, 04 ; Col. 4 Jane, 

13; Mqjor-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; CoL 86th Regiment, 

24 May, 37. iMta.-Colonel 

Sir Michael Creagh,' K.H. Ens. 9 May, 02; Lietd. 28 Feb. 04; Copt, 25 Not. 

00; Mqfor, p24 Oct. 21 : Lieut.-Col p 31 Dec. 30. 

Mqfors. 
James Wm. Bouverie, Ens. P29 June, 20; Lieut. p3 July, 23; Capt. Pld Ang. 

25 ; Mqjor, p 26 Nov. 29. 
James Creagh, Ens. 1 Jan. 10; Lieut. 4 March, 12 ; Capt. 7 April, 25; Brevet" 

Mfuor, 28 June, 38 ; Befftl.-Mqfor, P18 Jan. 39. 



Captaixs. 
Alexander Maclean* .... 
H. Z. De Burgh Sidley. . 
Robert Henry Lowth . . 

Lewis Ilalliday 

John Holland 

Archibald Hay 

^chard Nugent Everard 
J. Esten Dickinson .... 

Owen Phibbs 

Henry Sykes Stephens . . 
Lieutenants. 

James M^ntyre 

William Stuart ....... 

Horatio Fenwick 

Giles Keane 

James Gilchrist 

Joseph Edwards 

Charles Wm. Gore 

Goring Hideout 

Hugh Thos. Bowen .... 
Henry Christmas Cash . . 
Charles Luxmore Bennett 
Richard Baylis Bennett. . 

John Lane 

Ensigns. 

Hon. E. S. Plunkett 

Maurice Hartland Mahon 
John Harvey Thursby . . 

Wm. F. Macbean 

William Edwards 

Adolphus Eraser 

W. W. R. Peacocke .... 
Alexander Lecky 



ENSION. 



6 Sept. 04 
4 May 15 

P 4 Feb. 19 

7 April 25 
11 Mar. 14 
10 July 28 

P 27 Nov. 17 

2 Aug. 15 

P 31 Dec. 25 

14 June 15 

22 July 19 

6 Mar. 28 
19 Dec. 24 

21 June 27 
P 23 Nov. 20 
Pll Oct. 31 
P 16 Nov. 32 
P 23 Jan. 35 

18 May 32 
P 4 Dec. 35 
P 3 Feb. 32 
P 1 Aug. 34 

22 Dec. 14 

P 17 June 36 
P 22 July 36 
P 26 Aug. 36 

7 July 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 4 Jan. 30 
P 18 Jan. 30 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



16 Sept. 05 

21 Feb. 22 

P lApri]24 

p 4 May 26 

21 Oct. 18 

P 29 Mar. 33 

7 April 25 
13 Oct. 25 

P 31 Dec. 30 

8 Nov. 15 

7 April 25 
P 28 Sept. 30 

13 June 30 
P 22 Feb. 31 

31 Oct. 34 
P 4 Dec. 35 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 6 June 34 
P 18 Jan. 30 
P 24 July 35 
P 12 Mar. 36 

12 Feb. 16 



30 June 17 
Pll Jnne30 
P 15 May 27 
P 31 Dec. 30 

31 Oct 34 
P 8April36 
P 3 July 35 

5 Sept 36 
P 18 Jan. 39 
p 9June25 



BRBV.-MA^. 



10 Jan. 37 



28 June 38 



9 M^or MaclMa Mrred 1 
the cftptuiv of Boofbon In ISIO. 

4 PftjrmMter Onnond tem6 
at the capture of Martiniqoe \m 
1800, and Guadalovps la ISIO. 



PlSMay 30 
Paymoffer.— Oeoige Ormond,^ 26 Feb. 29 ;afiVu. 23 Sept 13 ; Lieui,6 Dec. 15. 
AeHutant.—Honk^o Fenwick, {Lieut.) 26 Oct 32. 
Quarter- Master. — Joseph Jerome, 23 March, 20. 
Surgeon. — John Coghlan, 5 Sept. 34 ; Asiistimt'Surgeonf 10 Sqit. 89 ; Hatp.^ 

Assist. 9 Nov. 12. 
Assistant-Surgeon.--^. Strath, 28 Sept 26; Hosp.-Assist. 1 June, 26. 
Facings Bhie. — Agent, Messrs. Cox dc Co. 

[Betumedfrom the West Indies, April, 1837.] 
1 Sir Artfaor Brooke aerred oo the GontliieBt, from May, 17M, with the armj under the Duke of York. 
In Dee. 170ft, he went to the Weit Indies with tJie anny under Sir Ralph Abercrombj, and wae preeent na 
the reduction of St. Lucia In 1790, and In the action of the Srd May, la the aame year. He n«st 
aeoompanied the army In the expedition to Egypt, and wae in the actlont of the 18th and 9Ut Marefa, 1S0I« 
From 1804 to 1808, he aenred in Malta, and mbeequently in Sicily and Spain. In 1818 be went to lh« 
Penluiula* The 1 it June, 1814, embarked fkom Bordeaux for America, where he aerved with (rval dialtnctloA. 

9 Sir Michael Creagh** terrle^ ■ :— capture of the f^ape of Good Hope in 1600, (ilighUy woanded) ; 
of the ieland ot Bourbon CwTwdy wounded bj a ciaaoC ahot on the ihonlder). Mahtntti war In ttlt^ 
Eandiaa war in 1819. 



ISrliriSr] 87<A Regt. of Foot {or Royal I rish FuHliers). ["^-^ 

•• MONTB VlDSCr-'* TALAVBBA.*-il« Bacle, wUk aWiMth of Laurel a6ow tht Rarp. ^ addiiion to tht Am* of the 
Prinee of WalM, In eoMmcaiofatfm ^ fMr dStUng ui t htd Servieti en voHbia eecoitfoM, and partietdari^ ai Urn BatOa •/ 
"BARR08A"— »«TARIFA"— ••VITTORIA"— "NIVBLLB"— '•ORTHE»*..«TOULOD8E-.."PBNlNBC7LA'»-"AVA.* 



Yean'Serr. 



47 



Fall 
Pay. 



99 



24 
29 



Hair 
Pay. 







»A 



d2 





32 





26 


1 


15 


A 


26 





23 





14 





14 





16 





8 





24 


^ 


20 





15 





12 





11 





9 





9 





8 





9 





9 





7 





6 





5 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





1 





1 





31 


»A 


9 





16 





29 





13 





1 






CoUmeL 
9 OR Sir Thomas Reynell,* Bt. K.C.B. Em. 30 Sept. 1793 ; Lteut. 3 Dec. 94 ; 

Capt. 29 July, 97 ; Mqjor, 3 Aug. 1804 ; Lieta.-Col. 10 Mar. 06 ; Col. 4 June, 

13; Mqjor-Oen, 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Oen. 10 Jan. 37; Col. 87th Fugiliers, 

16 Aug. 34. JAeut.-ColoneL 

Henry C. Streatfeild," Ens. Oct. 01 ; Lieut, p 13 Nov. 01 ; Capt. p 7 Nov. 05 ; 

Brevet'MqjoTy 12 Aug. 19 ; Segtl.-Mq^or, 18 May,23; JLieut.-CoL p4 Oct. 33. 
Mqfort. — 9 Henry Arthur Magenis,' Comet, 1 Oct. 12 ; Lieut. 4 March, 13 ; 

Capt. P9 Sept. 19; Mqjar, p 20 Nov. 27. 
James Bowes,^ Ens. 12 Sept. 11 ; Lieut, p April, 13 ; Capt. 23 Aug. 25 : Major 

P 18 Oct. 33. • 



Captains. 
9 James T. Moore ' .... 
^ James Kennelly ' . . . . 

Terence O'Brien 

Lord Arthur Chichester 

John Hassard^ 

Fred. Holt Robe 

James Campbell 

Roger Keating 

Henry B. Harvey 

George Floyd Duckett . . 

Lieutenants. 
George Mainwaring* .... 
Robt. Russell Harris .... 
Patrick Francis Blake . . 
Chas. Twistleton Graves 
Lord John Chichester . . 

Wm. Boyd 

Wm. Raddiff 

Henry Jephson 

C. H. Fitz Roy Vigors . . 

Rich. Serrell O'Brien 

Wm. Percy Lea 

Henry P. Faunt 

Charles Wm. D. Staveley 
Second Libuts. 

Robt. Edwin Rich 

J. North Ouvry North . 

Alfred Rush 

Wm. Shearman 

J. Rent Egerton Holmes 

Sam. Percy Lea 

Henry Moore 

Richard Dores 



2N0 LIEUT. 



13 Oct. 

11 Jan. 

22 Apr. 
never 

22 Dec. 

22 Oct. 
P 6 July 

28Mtfr. 
P24 Dec. 
P 4 May 



08 
09 
13 

14 
17 
26 
26 
26 
32 



3 May 16 

19 Oct. 20 

26 Jan. 26 

P 14 Feb. 28 

P 8 Sept. 29 

P22 Feb. 31 

P27 Sept. 31 

P26 May 32 

P 28 Oct. 31 

25 Nov. 31 

P22 Feb. 33 

P 12 Sept. 34 

P 6 Mar. 36 

P 10 June 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 16 July 36 
P2l Apr. 37 
8 Dec. 37 
P 6 July 38 
P 4 Oct. 39 
25 Oct. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.MAJ. 



28 June 38 



18 Feb. 12 

18 Nov. 13 

19 Jan. 16 

9 June 26 
.10 Aug. 18 

8 Apr. 26 
P31 July 28 
Pll Dec. 28 
P 24 Nov. 28 
P29Aug. 34 

17 Sept 17 

18 Aug. 24 
30 July 29 

P26Feb. 31 
P 10 Aug. 32 
P17 Oct. 34 
P 24 Apr. 36 
P 10 June 36 
P 16 July 36 

19 Aug. 36 
P 21 Apr. 37 
P 6 July 38 

P 4 Oct. 39 \SM and 10 in Arabia, ineladinf the 
tieze and eaptare of Baa-ul-Ryhma, and the forts of 
Runu-Luft, anShecnai. Pretent in the operationa 
before New Orlcani. 

10 Qnarter-maatcT Carr serred with peculiar dii- 
tinetion throofbout all the aetioni of the tad bat- 
talion, and waa wounded at Tarlftu 



18 Aug. 24 

12 Apr. 26 
P20 Mar. 28 
P 6 Dec. 27 
P 16 July 30 
P22 0ct. 33 
P 10 Apr. 36 
P 14 Mar. 34 
P 28 Dec. 32 
P 6 July 39 

6 Captain Kennelljr waa present 
at the battle of Vittoria, the Pyre- 
neei, Nivelle (wounded), and Tou- 
louie, besldea aUbin of outpoata. 
Senrcd the Campaicn in India of 
1817 and 18, including the aiege of 
Hatraaa ; and the Burmese war In 
18SS andM. 

7 Capt Haasard aenred the cam- 
paign of 1B17 and IB, in India under 
the Marquia of Haatinga; and In 
the Burmeae war in 1 8S5 and 6. 

8 Lieut. Mainwaring aenred la 
Ava in I8SS and W. 

g Captain Drury waa present In 
aeveral attacka upon the enemy on 
the eoaata of the Mediterranean in 
1806 and 7. Serred the Campaign of 



Paynuuter.—T!. Drury,» 16 Apr. 29 ; 2nd Lieut. R. Marhies, 7 Feb. 06 ; let. Lieut. 
26 Oct. 11 ; 2nd Lieut. 96th Foot. (Rifle Brigade) 24 Dec. 13 ; Lieut. 20 Apr. 20. 
^4/tt*afi^— R. 8. O'Brien, (ii«t#.) 26 June, 38. . . „ . 

Quarter-Maeter.—^ Stephen Carr,»« 24 June, 24. [Hosp.-Asstst. 30 Apr. 11. 
Surgeon.—^m Rich. A. Pearson, M.D. 19 Nov. 30 ; Ateist.-Surg. 13 May, 13 ; 
il*w*.-.^iir^«»M.— Stephen Lawson, 29 July, 30 ; Hoep.-Aseitt. 29 Nov. 27. 

James Gordon Inglis, M.D. 29 March, 39. 
Facings Bhie.^Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co.— Jriifc Agent, Messrs. Cane & Co. 

I sir Thoniaa Reynell aerred In Flandera and HoUand. In 1794 and I7W. At the Capture of fVlnldad. ta 1798. Serred in 
Holland, In 17«. In 1800. aerred In MInorea, Malta, *c Commanded the Light Company of the 40lh attba landing in 
Egypt, and throughout the campaign. Sir Tbomaa waa wounded at Waterloo. . „.. _^ «....•.« j. 

S CoL Sdvatfeild aerred the Mahratta Campaign of I80i, 4, and 8, ineluding «m aaaanlt of ^^Ppo^ zItjI ^^ITz!^ 
of the SSth, when out of 17 ofHeers and SOO men who marched to tt^e aaaault. 14 offleera and 1 
wmmded. At the eaptuta of the lale of France la 1810. Serred the MahratU Campaign 
capture of Hatraaa. 

5 Major Mag«>nla aeryed with the 7th Fnalliera In the Peninsula and at New Orleana. 
4 Major Bowes aenred In the Nepanl Campaign in 1816 ; preaent at the aiege and capture 

aenred the Mahratta Campaign of 1817 and 18 ; and in the Burmeae war in 18t& and 16 1 woundedU Not. ». . . .. 

6 Miuor Moon waa preaent with the Snd battalion in nearly erery action in which It waa «"nm the greater part «>r we 
thne aa a^iutant. Ineluding the battle of Talarera (wounded in the right thigh, whet > the b^it*" J^"^^*^. "'J™ 
during the whole time, battle of Vlttorto (two boraea ahot under him), the Pyreneea, NiTelle, Orthea (horae ahot), Vic BlgoiTe 
(wnmided). and Toulonae, bealdea Tarioaa affaira of out poeta fce. Serrad he MahratU Campaign of 1817 and 18- and the 
Bonaca* war In ISM and Z6, 



190 
of 



were either killed or 
1817 and 18, indnding tha 



of Hatraaa In 1816 and 171 



88M Regiment of Foot (or Conncmght Rangers.) 

On the Coloan and appointments the JTorp and Crvtm, with the motto^ *<QtMf StparahUr 
The iSpAliur, with the wordfl "EGYPT"— «TA LA VERA "—"BUS AGO"— "FUENTE8 
D'ONOR"— "CIUDAD RODRIGO"— « BADA JOZ"— " SALAMANCA"— "VITPORI A" 
— ^' NIVELLE"— " ORTHBS "— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 




20 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
13 
II 
10 
8 

23 
12 
10 
7 
6 
6 
4 
5 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

I 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
26 

4 

9^ 
16 



1 



'I? 
































7 






CdUmel, 
9 Sir John Alex. Wallace,' Bt. K.C.B. Ent. 28 Dec 1787 ; Linst. Apr. 90; 

Capt. 8 June, 96; Mtymr, 9 July, 1803; Lieut.-Col 28 Aug. 04; CM. 4 

June, 13; Mqjor-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; lAetit.-^€n. 10 Aug. 373 Co^- B8th 

Regiment, 20 Oct 31. Lieut.-CoUma. 

IP Robert 0'Hara,« -Bn*. 29 Aug. 06 ; Lieut. P3Dec. 07; Capi. p4 Apr. 11; 

Mi^or, 14 May, 29; Zieut.-Col. 10 Nov. 37- 
Afq;or#.— Ormsby Phibbs, Comet, p 30 May, 22 ; JAeui. 7 Apr. 26 ; Capi. p 19 

Sept. 26 ; Mqfar, p 16 Mareh, 38. 
Sir Wm. Payne Gallwey, Bart., Em. 29 July 24 ; Lieut. P 22 Sept 26 : Camt. 

P21 Dec. 32 ; jtf^/or, p 1 Nov. 39. 



Captains. 

Wm. ElUott 

Horatio Shirley 

Rich. Warbnrton 

Edmund Rich. Jeffreys. . 

Edw. Adams 

Peter Martyn 



BNSIOir. 



6 Aug. 12 
P 12 May 26 

8 Feb. 26 
16 June 26 

9 Apr. 26 
'26 Dec. 



LIEUT. 



, 26 

Wm. Irwin | p 1 6 Nov. 27 

P 10 Sept. 29 
P28Dec. 30 
P21 Dec. 32 



Geo. Pat. O'Malley 
Henry Townshend . . 
Owen Lloyd Ormsby 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Gabert Wooliard .. 

Wm.Mackie 

Hen. Loftus Herbert . 

Chriat, EUison Ip30 Apr. 

Rob. Wm. Balfour |p31 Oct. 

Jaa. Walker 

Jaa. M. Fowler 

H. Beckw. Sawrey 

Geo. Fra. Stuart 

Geo. Vaughan Maxwell. . 

Geo. Maxwell 

Joeeph De Courcy Laffan 
Plomer J. Young . . . 

Ensigns. 
F. R. MacGr. Dawson 

Edward Norton 

Septimus Adams . . . 

Edward Bayley 

Edward Herbert Maxwell 
Geoige Rowan Hamilton 
John Brooke Johnson . . 
John Hardman Burke 



20 Nov. 17 

6 Feb. 29 

11 June 30 

33 

34 

P 6 June 36 

9 July 36 

P 6 Nov. 36 

P 23 June 37 

P 2 Feb. 38 

Pl6Mar. 38 

P24 Feb. 38 

11 May 38 

P 4 Jan. 39 
P26Jan. 39 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 6 Apr. 39 
P 26 Apr. 39 
PIO Aug. 39 
Pll Oct. 39 



2 Sept. 13 
P31 Oct. 26 
P20May 26 
Pll Oct 27 

31 Dec. 28 
2 Feb. 30 

19 Nov. 30 
P30 Apr. 33 
Pll Nov. 36 
P 2 Feb. 38 

27 May 22 
P 14 June 33 

8 July 36 
P24 Feb. 38 
P 16 Mar. 38 
P 7 Oct 36 

28 Aug. 38 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P 6 Apr. 39 
P 26 Apr. 39 
PIO Aug. 39 
P 11 Oct 39 
P 1 Nov. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



6 July 26 
6 July 33 
Pll Nov. 36 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P 24 Feb. 38 
P 16 Mar. 88 
P26 Apr. 39 
PlO Aug. 39 
Pll Oct 39 
P 1 Nov. 39 



BRBV.-MAi. 



,P 1 Nov. 39 
Paymoffer.— David Hay, 7 April, 08. 
A4^utant.—^9meA M. Fowler, (Lieut.) 9 March, 38. 
Quarfer-Afiuftfr.— Thomas Mills, 19 Apr. 31 . 

PaM^ v-nJ^'?"''?^'~*^5?* Douglas Dods, M.D., S9 Nor. 30. 
Foemg, YeUaw.-^^m^ Mesm^x & Co.-Jri,* Agent, Me*r.. Borough, Annit h. Co. 

\_iietuTnedfrom the Ionian lOands, Sept. I83&] 



SBd BftkOMIICA. 



fw FnnlgB' 
Serrtot, 1896, 



Y«w'8err 



} 



f"] S9th Regiment of Foot 

The Sphinx, with the word» " EGYPT"—" JAVA"—" NIAGARA"—" AVA." 



Trinidad. 




85 



90 



96 

16 

27 

16 

U 

27 

10 

8 

6 

6 

8 
10 

6 
8 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 
3 
8 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
32 

4 
16 
21 

4 
1 



CoUmsl, 
9 5tr Chas. B. Egerton,* G.C.M.G. & K.C.H. En». 16 Nor. 1701 : lAeut. 21 

Mar. 93 ; Capi. 22 April, 06 ; Me^or, 1 June, 08 ; lAeut.-Col, 14 Not. 1802 ; 

Col. 4 June, 11 ; Mt^or-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Lieut.'Gen. 22 July, 30; Co/. 80th 

Regt. 26 Sept. 37. Lieut,'Colanel, 

J. L. Basden,' C.B. Snt. 12 Jan. 00 ; Lieut, p 17 March, 01 ; Capt. 4 Sept. 06 ; 

Brev-MtQor, 30 Dec. 13 ; Begtl.'Mi{f(n-y 26 Nov. 21 ; Brev.'Lieui.'Col. 22 

July, 30 ; Reg.'Lieut.'Col. 6 July, 38. 
Afq;or«.— Walter Pearse,* JSni. 22 Aug. 06 ; Lieut. Dec. 06 ; Ct^t. 27 March, 

19 ; Mqf. P 24 Dec. 33. 
9 A. S. H. Aplln,« Ens. 6 July, 10 ; Lieut. 24 Sept. 12 ; Capt. March, 26 ; 

Brev.'MtooT^ 28 June, 38 ; Regtl.'Mqfor, p 7 July, 38. 



3 






1 





































Captains. 

9 Edw. Thorp* 

Robt. Lewis* 

9 Edward Kenny^ .... 

James Graham* 

Mundy Pole 

John Milliquet Hewson* 
Wm. Alex. Poppleton . . 
Caledon Rich. Egerton . . 
Geo. Calvert Clarke .... 
Charles Daly 

LZBUTBNANTS. 

Fred. Chas. Aylmer .... 

John Spence 

Martin M. Dillon 

Chas. Montagu Walker. . 
John Duntze Macdonald 

Arthur Pigott 

Wm. Hen. Thornton . . . . 

Henry Crawford 

Henry Edmunds 

Jas. R. Macdonald 

Timothy Hutchinson. . . . 

Charles Sandes 

Rob. B. Hawley 

Ensigns. 

W. J. D. C. Aplin 

John Newbury 

Oliver C. O'Brien 

John Chas Romer 

Chas. Doyle Patterson . . 

Fred. W.Oakley 

Geo. Aug. Fred. Ruxton 
Tho. Dopping B. D'Arcy 



EN8ION. 



7 Mar. 11 

7 Apr. 26 

17 June 13 

22 Apr. 26 

P 21 Sept. 26 

2 Sept. 12 

12 June 30 
16 June 32 

P30May 34 
P26 July 34 

P 4 Dec 32 
30 Sept. 30 
16 Aug. 31 
10 Apr. 36 

13 July 32 
P 24 Apr. 36 

3 Oct 36 
P 9 Oct. 36 
P 8 Apr. 36 
P 7 Oct. 36 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 17 Feb. 37 

28 Aug. 38 

P 7 July 38 
28 Dec. 38 
P 28 Dec. 38 
P 16 Mar. 39 
21 June 39 
P28 JuneSO 
P 2 Aug. 39 



LI BUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 13 Aug. 26 
P 12 Feb. 28 
P 4 Dec. 32 
P 19 Apr. 33 
P24Dec. 33 
13 Mar. 36 
P 7 July 38 
P 16 Mar. 30 
P20 Sept. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 June 38 

6 Cape L«irU 
lerrad in tficBar* 

7 Oapl. KMBiy 
MTved In Qi« Pc- 
iiliisiila,fhiaiiJiiiM 
lftia.telli0«Bdof 
tta« WW, laetsd- 
iof the Mtfoa at 
Onai bMflc of 
VUtoriat dcf* 
and eaptors of 
Baa Bebaatlani 

of tho Bldaiioa (wrerrif 
wounded above the left hip)i 8t.Jcaa 
de Lna, and the wrict of aetloiia 
between the 9lh and IStb Dee ISIS 
hi front of tfie IntmdMd camp near 
BayuOM. Senred alw in Ato, 
and was prcecnt In meet of the opo- 
ratiana throvchout tfic war. 

8 Captain Orahaaa Joined the Mth 
rtgi. tat Baraah, m a voliinteer» in 
Dee 1814, and wee pretest at the 
oarrTini the entrenched Pordi of the 
Mahaltee rlTer, 17th Mareh, aad at 
the attack on the fortiaed heithu of 
Arraean, IMh March, 1«tt t at tte 
latter he wai wounded hi the sldo 
and fbee. 

9 Capt HcwMB Mrrcd In tho 
American war. and waa cngaced at 



28 Jan. 13 
P 2 Mar. 26 

1 Not. 19 
19 Apr. 27 

P 21 June 27 
22 May 16 
p 19 Apr. 33 
P28Mar.34 
P 7 Oct 36 
p 17 Feb. 37 

P26Jnly 34 
P 12 Apr. 33 
P 1 July 36 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 13 June 34 

2 July 38 

I Nov. 38 
8 Nov. 38 

P 16 Mar. 89 
13 May 39 
P28 June39 
P 20 Sept. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 

the battle of Niefara and liofo of 
Port Srie. Served alec In the Burmeee war. 

11 Captain Bell eerred at the capture of the lale of 
Franee In 1810, and in the Deeean la 1818. 

II Dr. M'Dermolt lonred at New Orleam, 8th Jan. 
181«w 



.'Surg. 26 Dec. 23 ; 



P 10 Jan. 40 
Powno^tfr.— Wm. Bell," 9 May, 34; Ent. 3 March, 08: Xi«ti^.9May. 11 

Ca/if . 26 Nov. 24. 
Adjutant. — Henry Edmunds, {Lieut.) 12 May, 39. 
Quarter-Master. — James Dukes, 14 Dec. 20. 
Surgean.'-mcbael M<Dermott,^> M.D. 6 April, 39; 

Hasp.'Asiistant. 7 Feb. 14. 
Assistant'Surffeans. — James Morison, 14 Oct. 36. 

George M'CIure, 29 March, 39. 
Facings Black. — Agent, Messrs. Cox &, Co. 

BtertoQ commanded a detachment on board a Une-ef-battle ihip, In Lord Howe'e aeUco of the let June, 17M. 
blockade of ICalta, and mrrender of Valetta, 5th Sept. 1800 i fttm thence proceeded with Sir Ralph Aber 
ib]r*fl espedltion to Bfypt, and waa preacnt In the actlona oTthe 18«h and Sltt Uareh, 1801. Serred with the anny fai 
Spafai and Portncal tat 1810 and 1811. 

S CoL Baaden** aenrlcet t— Mahratta war of 1808, 4, and 8, Indndtaiff the taking of Bcrhampora, flmeinlmi, Aifunm, 

limigauw, Chawdore, Jaulnah and Gawfllcfhur. American war In I81S and 14, and waa engaged at Long Woods (seveiely 

w ound ed In the thigh) t Port Brie, Black Rock, Bullklo, and battleoT the Pallt (wounded). Served alw through Buimese war. 

8 lf«Jor Pcarw Mrred in the American war, and waa engaged at ChrTftlei't Parm, and at Niagara, S5th July, 1814, wheio 

he waa levereljr wounded through the arm. Serred hi the Eaat Indies and the Burman empire, ftom Peb. 1816 to the end 

of the war. Indndlng the eapturea of forts Loghnr. Issaporr, Koarre, and Ryghur In 1818 ; aamult on Rarree, IStfa Peb. 1819 1 

near the Dagon P^oda. Mh July. S4 ; aamult of Metgui { Coekahi i attacks on Pagham Mew, Zcmbelk, Mellown, 

Donahew, besides many other aflUrs during the war. 

4 ll«|ar Aplin serred In the Peninsula, from Peb. 1811 to the end of the war, inclndii« the battle of a*!*-.— *« ^t^g^ of 

capture of Madrid. Served also throughout the Burmese war, and was present In numerous engagements with 



I Sir C. B. 
Served at the 



S M^)or Thorp serred In the Peninsula, from June. 1811, to the end of Che war. Including the aflbir* of Blbodoa and 
AUbytest siege and stonning of Cfudad Rodrigo ; battles of the Pyrenees i creasing the Bldassoai St. Joan de Lus, and differ- 
Investing Bayoona, and sortie tnm Bayonne. 

241 



Emb. for For. 
Senrioe, 1886 



'; ] 90th Regt of Ft. (or Perthsh. Volun.) (Lt. In fan.) [^^SSL' 

" MANDORA."— The Sphinx with the word, " EGYPT"—" MARTINIQUE"— 

" GUADALOUPE," 



Yean' Senr, 



47 



Pull 
Piy. 



Half 
Pay. 



22 



25 



20 



ao 

25 
15 
16 
15 
15 
14 
14 
16 
12 

14 
11 
10 
9 
9 
8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
6 

5 
4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
29 



7 
3 



5 

4 



12tt 
ft 








































5 



Colonel. 

Sir Hen. Sheehy Keating/ K.C.B. Ent. 31 Aug. 1703; Lieut. SUm. 04; 
Capt. 8 Sept. 96; Mqfor, 3 Sept. 1800; lAeut.-CoL 1 Aug. 04 ; Col. 4 Jane, 
13; Mqjor-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.^Gen. 10 Jan. 37; CoL 90th Light In- 
fantry, 26 Sept. 37. Lieut.-Colonel. 

9 John Peddie, K.H.* Ens. 26 Sept. 05; Lieut. 26 Ang. 07 ; Capt. 23 Sept 13 ; 
Mqfor, P 16 June, 25 ; Lieut.-Col. p 28 Aug. 27. 

Afq/orf.— 9 John Singleton,* K.H. Etu. p 11 Jan. 10; Lieut. 25 July, 13; 
Capt. P 15 April, 24 ; Mq^or, p 10 Jan. 28. 

Thomas Woodward Eyles, Ens. 30 Mar. 20; Lieut. 9 6 Not. 24; Ctqtt. P 15 Aug. 
26 ; Mqjar, p 7 Feb. 40. 













Captains. 
9 Horace Suckling * .... 

John WilBon 

Geo. Darby Oriiiith 

Fred.Eld 

Hen. H. Cuming 

Hen. Rob. Thurlow . . . . 

Oeryas S. OeTeriil 

Geo. Douglas Bowyer . . 
John Blaquiere Mann . . 
Yere Caldwell 

LZBUTEXANTS 

Marcus Geale 

Philip P. GaUwey 

Jas. D. G. Tulloch 

Thos.Webb 

John J. Doxat 

John Hen. Bringhurst . . 
Lord S. A. Chichester . . 
Lord James Beresford . . 
Cha. Montagu Chester . . 
Frederick Woodgate . . . . 
Digfoy Fra. Mackworth.. 

BNSlGNa. 

Cha. Yaughan Pugh . . . . 

Robert Owen 

K. W. S. Mackenzie . . . . 

Thomas Ross 

W. P. PumeU 

Hen. Ashm. Evatt 

Henry Lecky 

Fra. B. Morlcy 

James Wm. B. Peddle . . 



ENSIGN. 



22 Nov. 10 
P 20 Apr. 15 
3 Mar. 25 
P23I>ec. 24 
7 Apr. 25 
P 11 Aug. 25 
P 2 Nov. 26 
P 28 Dec. 26 

10 Feb. 25 
P 5 Sept. 28 

P 29 Sept. 26 

26 Mar. 29 

18 July 30 

P31 May 31 

3 Feb. 32 

P 7 Sept. 32 

P 2 Nov. 32 

P 1 Mar. 33 

P 10 May 33 

P 6 Dec. 33 

P 2 May 34 

P 10 Apr. 85 

22 Nov. 3(J 

P 28 Apr. 37 

P23Mar. 38 

24 Mar. 38 
P 22 June 38 
P 25 Jan. 39 
P 5 Apr. 39 

25 Oct. 39 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. I BRBV.-MA J. 



P 28 Feb. 12 
8 Jan. 24 
P24Dec. 25 
P26Sept.26 
P28Sept.26 
8 Jan. 29 
P 13 Nov. 27 
P 7 Sept. 32 
P 17 Nov. 25 
P 2 Nov. 32 

3 Feb. 32 

19 Nov. 33 

14 Feb. 34 

P27 Mar. 35 

p 22 May 35 

17 Mar. 38 

P22 June38 

P21Sept. 38 

22 Sept. 38 

P25Jan. 39 

P 7 Feb. 40 



28 June 8d 



P21 Oct 24 
26 Mar. 29 
P 31 Dec. 28 
P27Sept31 
P 2 Nov. 82 
P27 Mar. 35 
P 7 Mar. 34 
P 21 Sept. 38 
2 June 38 
P 7 Feb. 40 



4 Mi^or Sucklinf tnvcd In 
the Penlnrala, from Juaa, 181 1, 
to Nov. 161a, includinf tk9 
tteire of Badqjoi, April, I81:S, 
battle of Salamanca, r»trpttt 
from Burgos, and ticfc of Saa 
Sebastloa ; wouniM through 
the riicht hip and rl{:ht band at 
the aMauIt Slit Aaf. 1819, 
Senred the campalgni of 1610^ 
17, and 18 In the Oeocaa. 



17 



RobertGrove IP 7Feb. 40 

Paymo^er.—Henry Yielding Eagar, 16 April, 18 ; Ens. 3 Dec 00; Lieut. 

March, 08. 
Adjutant. — Charles Montagu Chester. {lAeut.) 4 Aug. 36. 
QiiArf^7^-Afii«f«r.— William Newland, 15 Sept. 37. 
Surgeon.— iohn Kinnis, M.D. 22 June, 38 ; AssUt.^Surg. 14 Dec 24 ; Hmp,- 

Assist. 16 June, 15. 
Assistant. 'Surgeon. — Richard Dane, M. D. 17 July, 35. 

Robert K. Prendergast, 7 OcU 36. 
Facings Buff. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
I Sir H. 8. Keating terred in the Weet Indien, end wm« sererelj wounded and detaiaad at a pilwiai 
at Ooadaloupe. In coi\Junctton with Commodore Rowley, he pliinned and conducted the operatidiu of s 
gallant and mccetefal attaeli upon the town and harbour of St. Paul's in the ieland of Bourbon. 

9 Col. P<>ddie'ftierricet:— Battle* of Roleia, Vimiera, and Comnna. Expedition to Walrheivo. Oi»- 
paign of 1H13 in the Peninsula, Including the battle of Salamanca, where he wm leverelj wounded and loai 
bl« right arm. 

S Miuor Singleton senred In the Peninsula, from 1811 to 181 $» and was slightly wounded al the tlrtc of 
the forts at Salamanca, and twice severely wounded at the battle of Salamanca. 
242 



''S.'lvS.'SSr] 9lst {or the Argyllshire) Begiment of Foot. \^S^S^ 

" ROLEIA"— " VIMIERA"— " CORUNNA"— « PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— 
" NIVE"— " 0RTHE8"— " TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Ymra'Serr. 



60 



Fall 
Pay. 



87 
27 



26 
13 
31 
13 
15 
13 
14 
11 
24 
8 

18 

18 

19 

22 

12 

8 

8 

5 

6 

5 

6 

6 

5 

3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

15 
5 

11 

15 
5 






Half 
Pay. 




5 









A 






5 
8 





















8A 






Colonel, 
Gabriel Gordon,' ^n«. 6 Jan. 1781; Xieuf. 26 Nov. 84; Capt. 10 July,94; Mqfor, 

16May, 1800; Xi«u^.-Co2.0 March, 02; Co2.4 June, 11; Mqjar- Gen. 4 June, 

14; Lieut.-Gen. 22 July, 30; Col. 91st Regt. 19 April, 37. 
JLieut.'ColoneL—9 Wi Robert Anderson,* K.H. Sna, 9 July, 03 ; Luiut, 12 

Oct. 04 ; Capt, 30 April, 12 ; Major , p 23 Sept. 24 ; Lieut, -Col, p 2 Dec. 31. 
3f<yor*.— Cornwall Bume, Ens, 4 Oct. 10; Lieut, 26 July, 16; Capt, p3 Feb. 

26; Afajor, P8Feb. 31. 
9 QSi Norman Lamont,' K.H. Ens, 26 Aug. 13; Lieut, 3 Sept. 18; Capt, 7 

April, 26 ; Major, p 2 Dec. 31. _^_^_ 



Captains. 
9 9211 Dugald Ducat « . 

John Thomhill 

9 John Fraser^ 

J. F. Glencaim Campbell 
C. Cooke Yarborough . . 
Cha. Benj. Caldwell . . . . 
Thomas Eden Blackwell 

David Forbes 

9 John Marshall' 

Wm. Glendowyn Scott . . 

LlBUTSNANTS. 

Geo. Adam Barnes 

John Edward Barney . . 

John Ward 

Wm. Wilson Homsby . . 
John Campbell Cahill . . 
Bertie E. M. Gordon .... 

Edw. W. C. Wright 

CoUn Campbell 

Hen. J. Savage 

Rich. C. Onslow 

Jame9 Christie 

Rob, Fred. Middlemore. . 

John Brown 

Enbionb. 

J. M. Pennington 

F. Fraser Stokes 

Fred. J. Bayly 

John George Hacket. . . . 
Wm. T. L. Patterson. . . . 

John Paton 

Hen. Cha. Benyon Barton 
Peter L. Graham Cloete 



ENSIGN. 



24 Feb. 14 
P 6 Apr. 27 

29 May 09 
26 Oct. 27 

P 9 June 26 
P 10 Oct. 26 

26 Dec. 22 
P 8 Oct. 29 

14 May 08 
P30Mar. 32 

12 Dec. 22 

1 Aug. 22 

8 Apr. 16 

22 Mar. 10 

28 Feb. 28 

P 26 Oct. 32 

21 Dec. 32 

P 10 Apr. 36 

6 June 35 

P 12 June 35 

P24 July 36 

19 Dec. 34 

6 Nov. 35 

P 26 Dec. 37 
P 11 May 38 

30 Oct. 38 
P 26 Jan. 39 
P 22 Feb. 39 
P 23 Feb. 39 
P 12 July 39 



LIEUT. 



6 May 22 
P 10 Sept. 28 

12 Feb. 12 
P27 Aug. 29 
P 19 Sept. 26 
P 7 Oct. 29 

21 July 26 
P 23 Nov. 32 

23 Nov. 09 
P 12 June 35 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 23 Sept. 24 
P 9 June 26 

8 Sept. 28 
22 Feb. 27 

8 May 36 
P 24 July 36 
P 13 Nov. 36 
P 2 Feb. 38 
Pll May 38 
P 26 Jan. 39 
P 22 Feb. 39 
? 12 July 39 

31 Dec. 39 



4 Aug. 28 
P 8 Feb. 31 

17 Aug. 32 
P 23 Nov. 32 
P 4 Jan. 38 
P 4 Oct. 33 
P 29 June 30 
P 24 July 36 

20 Feb. 23 
P 22 Feb. 30 



28 June 36 



6 Capt. Fnuer Mnred in the 
Peninsula fWim Aug. 1811 to 
the end of the war, inclnding 
the liege and capture of the 
fortified convents at, and battle 
of Salamanca ; siege of the 
castle of Burgos; battles of 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and 
Toulouse. Severely wounded 
at Pampeluna Seth July, ISIS. 
6 TAti^oT Marshall's serrlcei : 
— Expedition to Portugal in 
1808, including the^ battlee of 
Roleia and Yimiera, advance 
into Spain and retreat through 
Oalllcia under Sir John Moore, 
action at Lugo> and battle of Coninna. Ex- 
pedition to Walcheren in 1800. Subsequently 
in the Peninsula, including the battles of Vit- 
toria, the Pyrenees (96th, S7th, 88th, and 80th 
July), Nivelle, Ntve,andinves(mentof Bayonne, 
Uth, 10th, 11th, and ISth Dpc. 181S, and battle 
of Orthes. Slightly wounded at Pampeluna, 
38th July, 1818, and severely at Orthet. 



17 Sept. 39 
Paymaster. — G. Had. Dalrymple, 31 Jan. 40; Ens, 6 Nov. 26 ; Xieti^ 6 Dec. 27. 
Ad{jutant. — John Brown, (Lieut,) 14 Nov. 36. 
Quarter-Master, — William Barfoot, 13 July, 20. 
Surgeon, — Nathaniel Morgan, 9 Aug. 39; Assitt.'Surg, 28 Sept. 16. 
A$$itt,'Surg9,^Vfm. C. Eddie, 12 Jan. 26; Hotp.- Assist, 1 May, 26. 

George M'Laren, M.D. 23 Oct. 35. 

Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Barron & Smith, Westminster. 

1 General Gordon has received a medal and one clasp for Martinique and Guadaloupe. 

2 €^1. Anderson's services :— Expedition to Hanover in 1805 and 6. Battles of Roleia, Timlera, and Co- 
mana ; expedition to Walcheren in 1800 ; to Swedish Pomeranla in 1818, and campaign of 1814 in Hol- 
land, including the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. Served at Waterloo 18th June, storming of Cambray, and 
capture of Paris. 

8 Mi^or Lamont served the campaigns of 1818 and 14 in the Peninsula, including the battles of the Pyre- 
nees, MiveUe, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served at Waterloo, the storming of Cambray, and capture of Paris. 

4 Capt. Ducat served In the Peninsula, item Aug. 1813 to the end of the war, including the battles of 
NiTeDe, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also at Waterloo, and at the storming of Cambray. 
243 



] 



92nd (or HigKUmd) Regt. of Foot. 



[ 



XalA. 



Smb. for Poreifn 
8«rTl06^ 1884. 

" EQMONT-OP-ZEE"-." MANDOBA"— The Sphmxy with thewoitii "EGYPT*— 

" CORUNNA" — « FUENTE8 D'ONOR" — " ALMAREZ"— " VITTORIA"— 

'* PYR EWEBS"— " NIVE"— «' ORTHES"— " PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

mm* a._ — — ^— _ 

ColoneL 

Sir John HamUton Dalrymple,* Bart. En», 88 Feb. 1790; Lieut, 80 April, OS ; 
Capt. 26 April, 03 ; Lieut^-CoL 6 Dec 08 ; CoL25 April, 1808 ; Mt^or-Gmi, 
4 June, 11 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 July, 21 ; Gtn, 28 June, 38; Col. 02nd High- 
landers, 20 July, 31. Lieut.'ColoneL 

9 John McDonald,' C.B. Ens, 17 Dec. 03 ; Lieut. 21 March, 05; Copt. 7 Sept. 
00; Breoet-Mqjcr^ 26 Aug. 13; RegtU-Mt^^ 25 Oct. 14; BrRw^-XImi.- 
Col, 4 Sept. 17 ; Befftl'Lieut.-Col. p23 Sept. 24; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 

Mqfort.—^ iB Robert Winchester,* K.H. Ens, 18 Sept. 05 ; Lieut. 6 Feb. 08 ; 
Capt. 10 July, 15 ; Mqjor, 16 Aug. 25 ; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. 28 June, 38. 

John Alex. Forbes, Em. p5 Dec. 16; Lieut. P22 May, 23; Capt. P24 Dec 8u; 
Brev.'Mqjw, 28 Jnne, 38 ; BefftL-Mq^or, p 17 Sept. 30. 



Yemn'6«rT. 


60 


FttU 
Pmj. 


Half 
Piy. 


20 


7A 


35 





22 


lA 


87 
16 
23 
16 
13 


i 


12 





22 

11 


^ 


16 





10 





17 





12 





10 





8 

















8 

7 





11 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





26 


«A 


17 





1 





6 





1 






CAPTAZlfS. 

Stephen Noel^ 

Geo. Edw. lliorold 

Wm. Prittle Bayly 

Marie Kerr Atheriey . . . 

Thomas Ormsby. 

Arch. Inglis Lockhart . 
Wm. Bletterman CaldweU 
Alex. Thos. W. Duff .... 

Robert Pitcaim 

Donald Stewart 

LlBUTBirANTa. 

Rob. M. Sutherhmd .... 
Arch. Neil Campbell .... 

Arch. Hale Monro 

James Cox 

Patriclc M'Leod Petley.. 
Ken. Doug. Mackenxie . . 

Arch. Stewart 

John T. C. Drake 

Robert Petley 

Edw. B. Haines 



26 Dee. 23 
14 Aug. 28 
P 26 Nov. 30 
P 16 Mar. 32 
P22 May 31 
P 26 Not. 31 
20 Mar. 16 
7 Feb. 34 
24 Dec. 29 
P26 Juned6 
Hon. H. B. W. Cochrane. p21 Aug. 35 
Alex. Penrose Miller .... 
James Caulfield Gordon . . 

ENsieNS. 
W. R. N. Campbell .... 

Fra. W. Johnstone 

Arch. H.Tattnall 

P. H. Paterson 

William DalxeU 

Geo. G. Hope Johnstone 
Thomas WillUuns Davies 
James CJiarles Gordon . . 
Paifmaeter.—i. Hope Johnstone Meik 



BlfSION. 



8 Aug. 00 
24 June 24 

28 Sept 16 
P28Aug.23 

21 June 27 
P 31 Dec. 28 

29 Sept. 14 
P 4 June 20 

10 Jan. 26 

30 Sept. 30 



P 16 Jan. 36 
Pl8Mar.d6 

P 10 June 36 
P 10 Aug. 36 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P17 Aug.38 
P 1 Feb. 30 
P 14 June 39 
P 6Sept.39 
P17 Sept. 39 



LI BUT. 



26 July 03 
P 9 June 25 
P23 0ct. 23 
P 13 Aug. 25 
P 12 Feb. 30 
P 11 June 30 
P28 0ct. 24 
P 26 Not. 30 
P26 0ct 30 
7 Feb. 34 

7 Aug. 24 

8 April 31 
P26June36 
P 10 July 34 
P81 Aug. 35 
P 19 Aug. 36 

12 July 33 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 12 Aug. 34 
P 1 Feb. 30 
P14 June39 
P 6Sept.30 
P17Sept.S9 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



22 July 90 



»OoL 
eh«tor^ 
now:— Bzpe- 
dlOoatoOoM^ 
itoWal- 



10 Mar. 12 
P19Sept.26 
P 11 June 30 
P25NOT. 28 
P 16 Jan. 36 
P 10 Aug. 36 
P Dec. 31 
P 8 Dec 37 
p 6 Sept 30 
P 17 Sept 30 

hscen in 1807, udthst i 
clieren In 1800. In the 
•ula, from October 1810, to Vkm 
«nd of the wsr, Incladh^r Lines 
St Tomi Yedfse* setloo of Afw 
roys del MoUimh takiag of Al- 
mares, delieiice of Alva do Tor- 
met, bottle of Yittoria, sflhlis 
of Puerto de Maya, 4lh and 8th 
J0I7, 1818, battlee of the Pyn- 
neei, SSlh, 80th. and Slat July, 
1818, aflUr of RoneeerallM, 
battleof Nivellcb aflUr of Ob»- 
bo, battle of the ITlTe, 9th sad 
18th Dec. 1818b aflhlr ofHeletteb 
actioo at Oarrta, aAdr of Ari- 
Terette, battleof OrthoLactloa 
at Abe, and affilr at TartM*. 
Preeent at Qnatre Bna and Waterloo^ CoL Wl»- 
cheeter waa ilif htiy wounded tai the Pyreaaei^ 
SSth July, WTerely at the NlTe, 18th Dec 1811^ 
•lightly at Qnatre Braa, and eeverely at Waterloo. 
4 Mi^or Noel lerred In St. Domlofo la 1700^ 
87, and 98^ under Oenerala Boyer and 8ir Brant 
Sciencer, and waa wounded bi the rifht thlgk. 
when the Prtoeh attacked the Cordon of Totem. 
Serrfd alao at the capture of St. Locia, Tbbi^o, 
and the eoUiplea of Denenra, Iiwqueba^ aad 
Berbloe. 

e|ohn, 2 Mar. 90 ; JAu. 7 May^ 19; 



Lieut. 10 Dec. 13. 
AdHutant.-^'Boh. Madeod Sutherland, (Lieut.) 7 Feb. 34. 
Quarter'Maeter.^-iohii Forbes, 6 Sept 39. 
SuTffeon. — C. Q. Palmer, 30 Dec. 34 ; Asnet.^Surg. 17 April, 17. 
il«mf.-Acfveoii«-— MelTille Neale, 18 Sept 35. 

John Critpigny Millingen, 20 Sept 30. 
Foeinas Yellow.— *^^«nf, Memrf. Cox & Co.-^Iritk Agents Borough, Armit fc Co. 
1 Sir J. H. Dulrymple went to Plaadera in 1704, and lerred on the Continent until the retan of 
Britiah army. In ITBS. In October, ISOfi, he aeeomponted the Eipedltlon to Baaovtr. In July, 1807, 
went to Zealand, and waa preeent at the aiete of Copenbafen. 

8 Col. M'Donald'i wrricee :— Expedition to Sooth America, and aiaaolt of Bucnoe Ayrae ; Panlmnla, 
Nov. 1808 to 1818 ; alio in the South of Prance from March, 1614. Indndlng the battle of Baaaeo ; Lteea of 
Torree Yedraa ; allktn at Redlnha, Pompal, and Campo Mayor ; lirrt clefe of Baditfoi } battle of Albuhem ; 
eecond itefe and aiianlt of Badi^ot ; aflklra at Alva d« Tormce ; battlee of Yittoria, the Pyreneea, tSth, 80tK 
and 81fft July, and Tonkraie. Wounded In the head and rifht thigh at the aamoit of Buenoe Ayfia, 8tfi 
July, 1807; bi the left leg andrlffht notn in the Pyreneea, 80th July ; and In the rifht ihoulder and Inn^i at 
the aManIt of the ftortifled rock on the mouotain Anrila, and mrprialnf the enemy*! poate In the valley of 
Pyraieaa, 8d Oct. 1818. 



^ii'Tm!^] 93rf(ar Sutherland Highlcmders) Regt of Foot. [^^« 



Yctn'fierv 



47 



Fua 

Piy. 



38 

27 



21 



31 

18 

21 

12 

10 

10 

23 

8 

8 

6 



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4 
4 
4 
8 
2 
2 
1 
1 
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17 





14 





15 





14 





12 





6 





6 





5 





6 





5 


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4 





4 


















"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE." 



CoUmeL 
9 Sir Jasper NicoUa,* K.C.B. Kru, 24 May, 1793 ; LitiU. 25 Nor. 94 ; Capt, 12 

Sept 09 ; MeQor, 6 July, 1804 ; Li£vt.-Col. 29 Oct. 07 ; CoL 4 June, 14 ; 

Mtyor-Oen. 19 July, 21; Zieut,-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; CoL 98rd Re^ 31 

May, 33. 
Lieutenant-Colonel — Robert Spark,' Em, May, 07; Lieut. 3 Sept. 07; "Capt. 

17 Feb. 20; Mqjor, P 25 Dec. 36 ; Lieut-CoL p 28 July, 38. 
Mi^art.—^ohn Arthur, Ens. 25 Dec. 13; Lieut. 2 March, 20; Capt. p8 Dee. 

26 ; Mqjor, P 30 Dec. 36. 
John Burgh, ^fu. P25 Not. 19; Lieut. 7 April, 25; Capt. p19 Sept. 26; 

3fq;or P28 July, 38. 



CAPTillNS. 

Charles Gordon' 

John Joseph Grier 

Robt. Carmichael Smyth 
George Edward Aylmer. . 
William Robt. Haliday . . 
Wm. Bernard Ainslie . . 
9 Thofl. Paul Williamson^ 

Neil S. Buchanan 

Wm. Pitt Trevdyan 

George Duff 

Lieutenants. 
John Ambrose Russell . . 

James Neilson 

George Robert Pole .... 
William M'Donald' .... 
Jas. Montagu Brown .... 

John F. A. Hartle 

Robt. Murray Banner . . 

Andrew Agnew ^ . 

Lord. Cosmo Geo. Russell 
Chas. Henry Gordon .... 

Alex. S. L. Hay 

Geoige Studdert 

Geoiige Douglas 

Ensigns. 

P. H. Crawford 

Evan D. Macpherson . . 

David Seton 

B. Hunter Blair 

Thos. M. Crawfurd .... 

George Seton 

Colin Maxwell 

Geo. John White MeWille 



ENSIGN. 



22 June 09 
11 Sept 17 

8 July 18 

28 Feb. 28 

P 12 Feb. 30 

P 28 Sept 30 

5 Dec. 11 
P21 Dec. 32 
P 4 Jan. 33 
P 6 Feb. 17 

25 Dec. 23 

P 19 Sept 26 

II Aug. 25 

23 Aog. 27 
17 Apr. 28 
21 Feb. 34 

P 19 Dec. 84 
P 17 Apr. 35 
P 12 Aug. 34 
P24 Nov. 35 
P25 Dec. 35 
P 3 June 36 
20 May 36 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 






28 Feb. 28 
P31 July 28 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P24 Nov. 35 
Pll Nov. 33 
P29 Sept 37 

12 Jan. 38 
P28July 38 
P26 Apr. 39 
P 9 Nov, 21 



BREY.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



14 Oct 36 
Pll Nov. 86 
P30 Dee. 36 
P29 Sept 87 
P 1 June 38 
P 28 July 38 
P26Apr. 39 



15 Oct 12 

9 Apr. 25 

5 May 25 

P13 Aug. 30 

P 3 Mar. 88 

P24 Nov. 85 

24 Aug. 13 
P25Dec. 35 
P 3 June 36 
P 14 Oct 19 

28 Feb. 28 

P 13 Aug. 29 

24 Apr. 28 

13 Jan. 84 

14 Oct 36 
Pll Nov. 36 
P30Dec 86 
P29Sept37 
P 6 July 38 
P28Ju]y 38 
P26 Apr. 89 
P 19 July 89 
P80 Aug. 89 g jj^ CampbeU lerred the 

leanpatfiii of ISIS and 14 In the Peniniula, 
inelttdlAg the battle of Orthes ; lenred alio at 
New Orleans. 



4 Captain WHUamion lerred 
the campaign of 18IS, In the 
Peninrala, Including the ilege 
and asnult of Badaios eth 
April, 161S; senred the cam- 
paign of 1814 in Holland, 
including theattack on Bergen- 
op-Zooni. 

5 Quarter>Maater, 16 Not. 
1880, from which date the pe- 
riod of Mnrtce hat been com- 
puted. 



P 19 July 89 
Paymatter.^WiWiKm Henry Wardell, 18 Dec 28 ; Ens. 15 Aug. 15 ; Lieut. 
21 Feb. 22. 
14 i4<^'u^aiif.~WilliamM'Donald<Zitfu^.)23Aug.27. 
Quarter-Master. — George Macdonald, 13 Dec. 39. 
26 1^ Surgeon.'-9 John Campbell,' M.D. 27 Dec. 38; Assist.-Surg. 27 July, 15; 
Hosp.-Assist. 25 March, 13. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — ^WilUam Cruicksfaank, M.D. 5 Nov. 29^ Hasp-Assist. 22 
Nov. 27. 
6 George Taylor, 16 May, 34. 

Facings Yellow. — Agenty Cox and Co. — Irish Agents Borough, Armit & Co. 
1 Sir Jaeper Nlcolle lerred in the Mahratta war, and waa at the battle of Argaun, and at the elege and 
itorm of Oawlel Ohur. In 1805 he embarked for Hanover, and in 1806 for Rio do la Plata. Com- 
manded the 14th Regiment at Corunna, for which he haa received a medal. In 1800, he serred In Waleheren. 
la 1815 lerred in the Nepanl war; and, in 1816, commanded a brigade in the Plndarre and Mahratta war. 
Sir Jaeper baa been four timee honourably mentioned for hie cooduct at Buenoa Ajrei, Coranna, FluBhlag, 
and Almorah. 

S Colonel Spark lenred in the American war in 1814 and 15, and waa wounded at New Orleans 8th Jaauarr. 
1615. 

8 Captain Gordon lenred in the American war in 1814 and 16, and waf eeverelj wounded in the left cheek 
at New Orlcaat ith Januarj, 1815. 

245 T 



Bmb. for For.! 
Serrloe, 1898. J 



94th Regiment of Foot. 



rSffrriBf ia 

L EMtllldl 



tlM} 



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44 



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28 

90 
15 
SO 



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P«7. 



8A 
• 



16 





17 


A 


15 





14 





83 


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10 





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2 





2 






























26 


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2 






* Colonel. 

9 Sir Thomas M'Mahon, Bt, K.C.B. Ens. 2 Feb. 97 ; Lieut. 24 Oct. 99 ; Copt. 

8 Oct. 03 ; Mqjor, 6 Nov. 06 ; Lteut.-Col. 4 May 09 ; Col 4 June, 14 ; Mqfor- 

Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 94th Regt. 28 March, 38. 
Lieut.-CdUnu!ls.—9 George Wm.Paty,* C.B. & K.H. JBitt. p28 April, 04; Lieut. 

7 May, 05 ; Capt. p 28 April, 08 ; Mqjor, 2 Jnne, 14 ; Brevet-Lieut. -Col. 

4 Sept. 17 ; BegtL-Lieut.-Col. p 9 June, 25 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 
Charles Gascoyne, Ens. 7 Dec. 20; Lieut, p 30 Jan. 23; Capt. P31 Dec. 26; 

Mqjor, P 23 Aug. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. 22 Oct. 39. 
lfq;V)r#.— Henry Robert Milner, Bns. P 7 Feb. 22; Lieut, v 3 Dec. 26 ; Capt. 

P 12 Dec. 26 ; Major , p5 July. 33. 
Geo. Topp Lindsay,* Ens. 21 Dec. 08; Lieut. 21 Sept. 09; Capt. P27 Dec. 20; 

Brevet'Mqjor. 10 Jan. 37 ; Begimental'Mqjor, 22 Oct. 39. 



Captains. 

John W. Randolph 

Thomas Fred. Hart 

Corbett Cotton 

William Davenport 

Henry Nicholls 

William Bell 

Robert Aldworth 

Robert M'Clererty 

D. Fitz Gerald Longworth 
9 William Spiller^ 

LiBUTBKANTS. 

Richard Lewis 

William Carden Seton... 
Francis Wm. Bowles .... 

George Maunsell 

Edw. Hen. Moore Kdly. . 

Tho. Fownes Scale 

Hen. Geo. Bnller 

William Fisher 

Thomas Jones 

Edward Morris 

Wm. H. Kirby 

G. A. Kooli D'Arcy 

Wm. Henry Dore 

Thomas Burlce 

Alexander Crie Meilc . . . 
Edward Smith Mercer . . 

Yirginins Murray 

Albert Frend 

Adam Campbell 

Henry Clare Cardew .... 
Joseph Edwin Thackwell 
James Stewart Mensies. . 

Robert Dillon 

Bnsionb. 

Robert Brace 

GQbert Mahon 

Septimiis Lyster 

Fred. Estwidc 

Tliomas Henry Ashton . . 
Alexander Maclean . . . . 
Fred. Xlmenes Groyune . . 
Cha. Campbell Hook .... 



ENSIGN. 



25 Jan. 

P 2 Jan. 

9 Apr. 

P 17 Oct. 

25 July 

27 Mar. 

P 15 Jan. 

3 Jan. 

P 3 May 

25Noy. 



25 
23 
25 
26 
11 
24 
29 
28 
31 
24 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



P28July 25 
P 2 Mar. 32 
Pl4Sept.32 
P 11 July 34 
P 10 Sept 30 
p 8 May 35 
P26 June 35 
29 Jan. 36 
P20Feb. 35 
P22 July 36 

14 Oct. 36 
P21 Apr. 37 
P 8 Dec 37 

8 Aug. 22 
P 10 May 33 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P22May 35 
31 Jan. 34 
19 April 36 
P 8July 36 
p 6 Jnne 84 
P 10 Feb. 38 
P 8 Jnne 88 

P June 38 
P 9 Not. 38 
P28 Dec. 38 
P22 Feb. 39 
P27 8eptd9 

15 Mar. 39 
P 16 Not. 89 
P 29 Nov. 39 



P17 Nov. 25 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P29 Mar. 27 
P 8 Oct 29 
Pl5Septl4 
23 Mar. 26 
P 5 Apr. 33 
P 23 Aug. 31 
P27 Nov. 36 
6 Oct 25 

30 Oct 28 
P22July 36 
P 10 June 36 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P31 July 35 
P27 Apr. 38 
P 8 June 38 
P 9 June 38 

23 May 37 
P 9 Nov. 38 
P28I>ec. 38 

26 Sept 39 

P 27 Sept 39 

50ct 26 

14Sept35 
P 11 June 36 
P 4 Nov. 36 

25 Aug. 37 

19 Feb. 38 
P 14 Dee. 38 

23 Oct 39 

24 Oct 39 
P 29 Nov. 39 



■erred with the 
Copenhagen in 



9 Dec. 28 
6 Sept. 31 

4 May 32 
P22July 36 

9 Feb. 38 
P 1 Dec. 37 
p 8 June 38 
P 9 Nov. 38 
P 27 Sept 39 
22 Oct 39 

1 Col. Fiftty 
expedition to 

1807, and in the PenlnraU froa 
June, 1811. to the end of tht 
war, including the liege end 
capture of BadaJos; battle of 
Salamanca ; retreat from Ved- 
rid to Boigoe; battles of Vlt- 
toria, the Pyreneee. NiveUe, 
and Nire 0th to ISth Deeenher, 
betides various minor aftln. 

5 Major LIndeaj wrved it 
the capture of the Ule of Flanoe 
in 1810. 

S Captain SpUIer'i m- 
Tieet:— Battles of Timicm 
(wounded in both thIghsX tad 
Corunna ; ezpeditioa to Wei- 
cheren; Penineula fron July, 
1811, to September, 1812; 
served also at New Orieane; rs- 
oelved a wound bj a nmict 
shot in the rif ht-hand (\o* 
little linger), severe wonad la 
the forehead, right temple nA 
under the dUn, two wounds oa 
the right thigh, and most s^ 
verely burnt from head to ftMl 
bj the explosion of a Mine st 
Cludad Bodrigo. 



PoffmaHer.^y^m. Bain M'Alpin, 22 Feb. 39; Ens. 6 Feb. 14; Xiev^. 26 June, 

24; Capt. 3 Aug. 88. 
il4ru^iiii/.~<36orge Abbaa Kooli D'Arey, (Lieut.) 3 Aug. 38. 
Qi4arfe7^Afaj/er.— Thomas Waite, 17 Aug. 38. 
Acr^eofi.— Frederick Dix, 1 Nov. 27 ; Assist.-Swrg. 19 Aug. 13. 
Assist.^Surffeons.-^M. Ouy Piers Moore, 3 Kanh, 37. 

Wflliam Tumbnll, M.D., 14 Sept 38. 
Faeinffs Qreen. — Agent^ Cox &o. 



Bmb. for Forelgn'1 
Servioa, 183$. J 



9Sth (or the Derbyshire) Regt of Foot. 



rServliV »t 
L Cqrlon. 



Yean'SeiT. 



45 



FuU 
Pay. 



30 
23 

34 



Half 
Pay. 



7* 



88 


5A 


14 




17 
32 


S 


18 


3A 


25 


2 








9 


A 


12 





17 





17 


9A 


10 





14 


1ft 


7 





5 





5 





14 





5 





4 





4 





3 





10 


16A 


8 





3 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





8 





3 





17 





17 


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5 





5 





3 






CoUmeh 
9 5ir John Bucluua,^ K.C.B Bn*. 29 July, 95; Lieut, 21 Oct. 95; Capi, 15 

Mareh, 1802; MqjOTy 30 Jane, 04; Lieut.-CoL 30 March, 09; Col. 18 

Aug. 19 ; Mqfar.-Gen, 22 July, 30; Col 95th Regt. 5 Nov. 38. 
Lieui^'ColoneL — ^9 James Campbell, K.H. JS^. 17 Sept. 03; Xteu/. 25Aug. 

04; Capt, p31 Mar. 08; Mqjar, p 3 June^ 19; Lieut,'Coh PIO July, 24; 

Col. 28 June, 38. 
Mqjort, — Hen Dundas Maclean, JS^. & Lieut. 5 Sept. 16 ; Capt, p6 Not. 24 ; 

Mqjor, P20 April, 32. 
9 John Walter,* JSVw. p 15 July, 06; Lieut. 3 Sept. 07; CapU p24 Mar. 13; 

Mqjor, 26 May, 31. 



Captains. 
Wm. Nonus SaunderB* . 
Hen. Churchill Tathwell 
Thos. St Leger Alcock. . 
9 Joseph Robt. Raines' . 
Chas. Augustas Brooke. . 

David Dickson 

John G. Champion .... 

John Robt. Currie 

Wm. Fisher 

James W. Dalgety 

LiBUTSNANTS. 

Wm. Armstrong Rog^ers 
Charles P. Hamilton. . . . 

^mund J. Cruice 

Alfred Thos. Heyland . . 

John Randle Ford 

Henry Hume 

Thos. James Dobson .... 

H. O. C. Master 

Qeo. Cornwall 

Edw. Thompson 

Rich. Pratt 

John Wood 

John Fitz Thos. Dennis. . 
Ensigns. 

Charles Rogers 

F. Smythe 

R. Collins Craigie 

O. W. P. Bhigham 

Walter Yenour 

Fred W. Chapman 

Geo. Jas. Dowdall 

W. H. Underwood I 



ENSIGN. 



3 Sept. 12 

P 26 July 21 

P28Feb. 22 

19 Sept. 05 

10 Apr. 25 

9 Sept. 13 

2 Aug. 31 

P 28 Oct. 31 

' 8 Sept. 28 

26 June 23 

7 July 14 
89 June 30 

9 Apr. 25 
P 4 Apr. 33 
P13 Mar. 35 
P 9 May 35 
P14 Dec. 26 
P 18 Sept. 35 
P 8 July 36 
P30 Dec. 36 
p 5 May 37 
P 12 Jan. 14 
P 4 Aug. 37 

P 17 Feb. 37 
P24Feb. 37 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P16 Feb. 38 
P 9 Mar. 38 
Pl6Mar. 38 
P 8 June 38 
P28 Apr. 37 



LIEUT. 



23 May 15 

P 7 Oct. 24 

P 12 Dec. 26 

28 May 07 

17 Apr. 35 

9 Nov. 20 

P 8 May 35 

P84 Apr. 35 

P 5 July 33 

5 Mar. 29 

2 June 30 
Pld Mar. 35 
13 June 30 
P 8 July 36 
P 4 Aug. 37 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P26 Nov. 30 
p 2 Feb. 38 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P 16 Mar. 38 
P 8 June 38 
P15 June32 
P30Oct. 38 



CAPTAIN. 



P 18 Dec. 28 
P19Sept.26 
P20 Apr. 32 
2 June 25 
P 1 Dec. 37 
26 Jan. 38 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P 8 June 38 
P20Jaly 38 
P 2 Dec. 37 



BREV.-MAJ. 



10 Jan. 37 



Poffmatter.—^BSSi F. Feneran,^ 15 Dec. 37 ; Quart. -Mast. 1 Dec. 23. 
Adjutant. — William Armstrong Rogers {Lieut,) 3 July, 35. 
Quarter-Master.— Wm. Henry Rogers, 17 Feb. 38; Eru. 8 May, 35; lAeut. 

16 Feb. 38. 
Surgeon, — Joseph Ewing, 4 Dec. 35 ; Asriit,'Surg, 7 Sept. 09. 
Asairtant'Stirgeons, — Duncan Affleck, 15 Jan. 36. 

Fred. Hobson Clark, 15 Sept. 37. 

Faeingi Tellow. — Agent, Mr. Lawrie. — Irith Agent, Messrs. Borough, Armit & Co. 

1 Sir John Buehan has receiTed a eroca and one claap for Guadaloupe, Yittoria, Pjrrenew, NireUe, and 
Nlre. 

8 H^{or Walter lerred In the Peninsula from October, 1813, to the end of the war, including the battles 
of Nlrelle 10th Nor., and Nive 9th, 10th, 1 1th, and 12th December, 1818. 

S Ub^ot Raines served at the battles of Roleis^ Yimiera, and Coninna, besides minor aflkirs daring the 
retreat ; served also at YTalcheren. 

4 Paymaster Feneran served the campaign of 1814 In Holland. Frsaent at Waterloo. 

5 C^itain Saunders served in the American war, and was present at Chrystler's Farm and Niagara. 
Wounded in the right groin, left thigh, fight cheek, and right arm. 

247 



Tewt'Senr. 



46 



PuU 



36 
87 



20 



Bmlf 



1ft 
ft 



96^A Regiment of Foot 

Caionei. 
Sir Lewb Oniit,^ K.C.H. lAeui. 16 Feb. 1794; Capt, 11 June, 96; M^^, 9 

Sept. 02; Xieu«.-Co2. 18 Feb. 1804; Co2.4Jimel3; Ifq/or- Gen. IS Aug. 19 ; 

Lieut.'Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoL 06Ui Regt 9 April, 39. 
Lieut.'Colanel-^ Alex. CairncroM,* K.H. JBns, PS5 June, 09; Zieui. 15 Sept. 

04 ; Capt 7 June, 10 ; Mqjor, p 10 Jane, 26 ; Lieui.'Col. p 19 Sept 84. 
Jtf4;or«.— Williun Hulme,* JS^. 26 Sept 03 ; Lieut. 26 June, 05 ; Copt. 26 

Aug. 13; Brevet'Mqjar, 23 Dec. 17 ; Segtl-Mqjar^ 9 March, 34; Brevet^ 

Lieut.'Cal. 10 Jan. 37. 
C.Brownlow Cumberland, ^n#.P 21 Dec. 20; Xteii^. P 16 Oct. 26; Capt. PIO 

June, 26 ; Jtfq/or, p 19 Sept 34. 



21 


6 


19 


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26 
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2 





2 





2 





2 





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3 





1 





16 


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11 





1 





26 


7« 



Captaiics. 

Peter Cheape 

Bentlnck H. Cumberland 
Thos. Maitland Wilson . . 

Robt Bush 

9 LoftiiB Fra. Jones* .... 
Roderick Mackenzie .... 

Edward HUl 

Matthew Richmond .... 
Gerald Villiers Butler .. 
Wm. Comwallis Symonds 

LlEUTBXANTS. 

Alex. Mackenzie 

Philip Fred, de Meuron . . 

Jaa. Clyde 

Edward Barclay 

Morris R. Campbell .... 
PhiUpotts Wright Taylor 

Nicholas Horsley* 

Wm. Arch. Eyton 

Edw. W. Scovell 

W. 8. Nicholson 

James Chambre 

Fra. J. Hugonin 

Richard R. Currer 

Ensigns. 
Hon. John Stourton .... 

Fred- Pierce 

Richard Roney 

Liringston Mitchell . . . . 

James Pursloe 

Selwyn Willson 

Clement Swetenham . . . . 
Samuel Hobeon 



ENSIGN. 



-I- 



LIBCT. 



26 May 13 
P19 Aug. 19 
P16 Apr. 24 
P22 Apr. 26 
7 Feb. 11 
P 19 July 27 
P29 Dec. 32 

26 May 20 
P22 0ct. 18 
P 12 Feb. 28 



CAPTAIN. IBBBY.-MAJ. 



14 



20 May 17 

8 Apr. 26 

6 June 27 

P 12 July 27 

2 July 29 

P16 Mar. 32 

18 Mar. 13 

P 14 Feb. 34 

29 Dec. 36 

P 4 Mar. 36 

P27 July 26 

P 12 Aug. 36 

16 Sept. 36 

P 30 June 37 
P18 Aug. 38 
Pl4 8ept.38 
P29 June 38 

28 Dec. 38 
P 12 July 89 

81 Mar. 37 



3 Aug. 16 
P 18 Oct. 26 
p 13 May 26 
P 6 June 27 

lOct 12 
P 19 July 81 
P23 June 87 
P26Sept.2d 
P26 June23 
P2d Mar. 32 

3 Not. 19 
PIO June 26 
P23 Mar. 32 
P14 Feb. 34 

19 Dec. 36 

P 4 Mar. 36 

6 Oct. 16 

PdO June 37 

P 2 Nov. 38 

19 Dec. 38 
P 12 Feb. 29 
P 26 Apr. 39 
P27 Sept. 39 



P24 Dec 26 
P 14 Nov. 26 
P23 Dec. 81 
P23 Mar. 82 

9 Mar. 34 

P 19 Sept. 34 

P27 July 38 

P 16 Mar. 26 

30 Sept. 39 

3 Aug. 38 



28 June 88 



t 



7 Dr. SlMirUiid*« MrtleN 
of Corana ; eampalca of 1810 
iBcliMlli^ tlM batU* of Banco 
th« whole of Um «v wtib 



1811 



Cho UaMid 



P 22 ^OY, 39 
Paymaster.--^ Edwin Qrifflths,* 11 Jan. 33; 2nd Lkut. 6 Jan. 13; Xtntf. IS 

Nov. 13. 
yl4/u^an/.— Morris R. Campbell, (JJeut.) 30 June, 37. 
Quarter-Matter, — Samuel Fox, 19 July, SO. 
Surgeon, — 9 ^^' Shorland,^ 14 July, 14 ; Assist.'Surg. 29 June, 09 ; Beep** 

Attitt. 7 OcU 07. 
Astittant'Surgeon, — Adam Walker Murray, 8 Feb. 27 ; Hotp.^Asritt. 6 July, 2tt. 
Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Lawrie and M'Origor. 
[Returned from North America, Sept. 1886.] 

1 Sir Uwto Gml w« m bovd a M. lUp Ontm, la tho aatfoo with the FrcDeh ImC Ud Jonr. Ml WH «*iv^Ma«r «• 
of Twtow ptoee* la Uw Wort ladloi. 

S CoL CalmeroM MTvcd ia the PvalaaoU frooi lu. ISld to Oet. I8U» faMladiactto ttoft of Cadli ;!!•«• al fWns Vliinai 
Mmmba** rtCreat from Poctucal Mueh amd April 1811 1 aflhln at Bwllnhe, Podcali, Fot d'AroM*. «■! 8iA«s*l| kMio ^ 
Pa«am d*Oaor. Srd and Slh May ; liogc of Badalot, JvM ud Julf, 1811 ( oelloo at B BodoB aad Ooi— Mii i 
■lerv or Ciodad Kodrifo i ilcg* of BadU|oi, aad atom of Cho Caalto bp wnlade od tht alglit of llw Sft April, ISISt 
of Haleiaaofa i captare of Madrid, aad Bcdro. aad Port La Chlaa t a«tmt «e PoitncaL, OcL aad Nov. tStS, i 
Vitioria. Wooded ia the headi al the rtocm of Chadad aodrifo, and tewwnlj dwoi^h Ibo right i 

8 Lleut.-CoL RuloM Mrtod la the Pladanoa eaaipalga. aad wawnaiMWd Iho Sank eompanka la Hw 
tikt Dee. 17. tor which ho ohtaiaad *a brorot laafc of Mi^for i ho f/itn iiiMaiitnilad lh«a whaa Ibo 
storaed Vth Peh. 1818. 

4 CapC Joan wnrad ia tho PrafaMiila fron loae, 1811, to Iho rad of tho war, fairtatltac the halUo of 
Maaoa t Soa Mnaa { Victoria, hoifhia of 8aaU BaihorB t BKhrlar ( Vera bridfo aad hoifhia i craariaf lao aH^iaa t 
NIvelle (MTeroty «<mad«d) i Orthea, Tkihca, ToaracilMine, and TOulooac. ScrrHl alaa doriaf the 
afalatc Now Orlooaa. 

i Lievc Honlop Nwad the faaipalgM of 1818 aad 14 ia Ociaaay aad BoUaad, aad was Mooraly 

Served alM la the at 





e Payaarter OrlSUha leircd the OMapalgw of 1813 Mid 14 ia the PcalaMib. 
tho eaptare of Wadilattoa ; bofUo beferr Baltiaofo, aad the ■erenl operaltoae oa tho coast. 
atiachs opoo the ooemy't liae* bolbre Nrw Orlcaas. la Ihc batterias upoa the baaka of tha 
I'Ol'.war tcbooarr. Takiaf of Fort Bojrr. 



daitat Uw 



Yovt'Sarr. 



42 



FuU 
P.7. 



82 



24 



31 



28 
28 
26 
16 
15 
21 

8 
20 

8 
12 

16 
7 
6 
6 

4 
4 
6 
5 
8 
4 
4 
3 
8 

2 
2 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
28 



Half 



4ft 



7ft 
5ft 







8 





























4A 



91th (or The Earl of Ulster's) Regiment of Foot 

" Qudfat et gloria dueunt.** 

CoUmeL 
m m Rt Han, Sir H. Hardlnge,* K. C. B. Sm, 8 Oct. 1798 ; lAeui, 26 Mar. 

1802 ; Capt. 7 Apr. 04 ; Mqjtn-, 13 Apr. 00 ; Ueut^Col, 80 May, 11 ; Col. 

19 July, 21 ; Mq^.-Gen. 22 July, 80. ^. ^ . 

Lieui.'CoL'-^ John CampbeU, Bns. p 9 July, 08 ; lAeut. p 17 Mar. 04 } Capt. 

P 6 May, 08; Brevet'Mqjar,21 May, 25 ; JUgtL'Mqjor, 27 Oct, 29 ; Lumt.- 

CoZ. 28 June, 88. ,. ,^ , 

Af«i;i>r*.--* Henry Fred. Lockyer,* K.H., Em. p 26 Mar. 1818 j Xteirf. 10 Jan. 

14 ; Copt. P 20 June 22 ; Mqjcr^ P 12 June, 86. , ^ oa 

Nicholas Lawson Darrah,» ^ndrLieut. 16 Aug. 04 ; Lieui. 2 April, 06 ; Capt. pTO 

June, 08 ; Brevet-Mqf, 27 May, 26 ; Regtl-Mt^- & Brev.'JA.-Col. 28 June, 88 . 



Captains. 

{Thomas Smith^ 
William Cannon' 

Geo. Hutchison 

Wm. TreYor Stannus . . . 
Hon. Henry R. Handcock 
9 Donald Mackintosh'. . 
Aug. Fred. Welsford .... 

Hector Harvest 

John Kinderley 

Robert Usle 

Lieutenants. 

John M'CaskiU 

RobtColvill 

Henshaw Russell 

Rob. Hen. S. Jackson.. . . 

Walter Boyd 

Tho. Onslow W. Ingram 

David Craigie 

Isaac Moore 

John Hutton 

Wm. Garforth 

Geo. Mauleverer Gowan.. 
Rob. Beauchamp Giveen 

Frederick Wm. Lane 

Enbions. 

William Murray 

George Dorehill 

Alfred Padley 

Richard Sutton « 

Edm. C. Leigh 

Fowler Burton 

Thomas Lynch 

Francis Wm. Sykes 



ensign. 



1 Dec. 04 

26 Aug. 07 
never 

P 1 July 24 
8 April 25 

80 May 11 
P24 Feb. 82 

20 April 15 
P 14 Dec. 82 
Pll Dec. 28 

25 Jan. 25 
P27 Dec. 88 
PlOMay 84 
P 10 Oct. 84 

12 Mar. 86 
P 18 May 86 
P 7 Nov. 34 

20 Feb. 35 

27 April 32 
P31 Dec. 36 
PIO Feb. 87 
P 2 Sept. 87 
P 19 Jan. 88 

P 9 Mar. 88 
P20 Nov. 88 
P 8 Feb. 89 
P17 May 89 
5 July 89 
P80Aug. 39 
P 6 Dec. 39 



LIEUT. 



captain. 



25 Sept. 05 
7 June 10 

14 July 14 
P 8April26 
P20 Mar. 27 

21 April 14 

P 25 July 84 

7 April 25 

P31 Dec. 36 

P29Aug. 84 

27 June 28 
P 10 Feb. 37 
P24 Mar. 37 
P 2 Sept. 37 
P 19 Jan. 86 
P 9 Mar. 38 

28 June 38 

29 June 38 
28 Dec. 38 

P22 Mar. 39 
P17 May 39 
P80 Aug. 39 
P 6 Dec. 39 



26 Oct. 14 
7 April 26 

P26 June 27 
P28July 29 
P24Feb. 32 

27 Sept. 34 
P 19 Jan. 38 

28 June 38 
P 22 Mar. 39 
p 6 Dec. 39 



BBBY.-MAJ. 

10 Jan. 87 
28 June 88 



8 CapUln 0*NelU*« Mrrlen t— 
Bxpcdition «o Walcherm aad ■!«■• 
of Fluihiaf t capture of the Mt of 
Praaee \ MahratU eampalgna of 
1817 and 18, foehidinf the eaptara 
of the Ports SlafbuTi 
roorvndor and Sholopore. 



9 Qttartcr- Matter Sleator served In Sldljr and the 
Peninsula, from 1806 until tho ond of tho war ia 
1614. 



P31 Dec. 39 
Payfiuufer.— Charlton O'Neill,' 30 Dec. 86 ; Em, 12 Oct 08 ; JAeut. 2 May, 
11; Cap^ 27 June, 28. 
5 Ol il^^'u^an^.— Isaac Moore, (Lieut.) 20 Feb. 35. 
16 Quarter-Moiter.-^'^ Joseph Sleator,* 24 Feb. 26. 

24 4J^ Surgeon.'-Yf. Austin, M^D. 21 Nov. 28; Amst.-Surg. 4 Mar. 18; Hotp.- 
Assigt. 21 Nov. 11. 
AssutantSurgeon. — ^Wm. Forbes Leith, 16 April, 36. 
Facingt Sky Blue. — Agent, Cox 8c Co. — Irish Agent, Messrs. Cane & Co. 
{Returned from Ceylon, September, 1836.] 

I Sir Umtf Hardtac* has received a cross and five clasps for Busams Alhuhera, Badsjos, Salamaaea, Tlttorla, (seroroly 
%onndod ) , Fyrsnoosi NWelle, NItc, aad Onhes. Sir Henry was severely wounded at Ligny, 16 Juno 161ft. and lost his left hand. 

S Mojor Loekycr served In the Peninsula, from Aug. 161S to the end of tho war, Ineludhif tho battles of Nlvellc. Nlve, 
Ortbes, Aire, (sovofely wounded on left wrist and elbow Joint), and Toulouse. 

S CoU Damh served In Seylla castle when besleted In 1807 ; and before the same place In 1808. At Mill, in Slelly, when 
by the troops of Mnrat, klnf of Naples. Served also the fwnpaign of 1814 in Holland, induding tho 



4 M^lor SBlth served hi tho Peninsula from July, 1806 to the ond oTthe war, Ifleludinf the battles of Koleia, VImiera, 
finaaeo, Puentes dronor t siege of Ciudad Bodrlgo i second siege aad storm of Badajos, 6th April, 1611 \ battles of Sala- 
■■nsa. VMerla, (woondad in tho loft thigbX Sabngal. Villa Morell ; and ponage of the BIdassoa. 

6 llj^ar ChnnoB scwod In the Ponlasnla, from Jan. 1610 to the end of tho war, Indnding the sicgo of Port Matagorda in 
fhmt of Cadli In 1610b during Its bombanfanont, whleh lasted two months t lines of Torres Vedras i hattte of Puentes d*OBer i 
Rrst sioge of Bad^Jos i action at Blbodon i storm of Ciudad Rodrigo (severely wounded In the chest) } battles of Halamanca, 
VMioriaCaUtbtly womidad In tho right knee). Pyrenees, NlveUe, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

« Captain Mackintosh served at tho siege of Copenhagen in 1807. and subsequently in the Peninsula. Including tho 
battles of Openo and 1\ilavera i siege of Cadis in 1810 ; battle of Busaoo i lines of Torres Vedras t battles of Puentes d*Onor, 
NlvoUok Otthe s . and Toulouae. besides several minor allUrs and iklmishes. Wounded by the foment of a ihcU at Orthes, 
th« colonn of «bc 88th regiment. 

140 



9Sth Regiment of Foot 



Y«ui'8«rT. 


42 


FuU 


Half 


P»7. 


Paj. 


30 


5* 


16 


2A 


16 


7A 


80 


6A 


S6 


13 


15 





15 





10 





85 


Oft 


15 





11 





8 





9 





81 
83 


n 


8 





7 





7 





6 





5 





4 





4 





9 





5 





3 





3 





8 





8 





3 





8 





1 





1 





1 





1 





7 





3 





33 


3 


1 






CohmeU 



9 Sir Willoughby Cotton, G.C.B. & K.C.H. Em. 31 Oct. 1708; lAmt. Sc 

Capt, 85 No7. 90; Copt, 8c Zieui'Col. 18 June, 1811 ; CtO. 85 July, 81 ; 

Mi^or-Gen, 28 July, 30 ; Ccl, 08tb Regt. 1 Aug. 30. 
L^eut,'CoUmeU—1|^ Colin Campbell,* EnM. 86 May, 08 ; Lieui, 88 June, 00 ; Capi 

Nov. 13 ; Mtijiyr, p 26 Nov. 35 ; Lieut.-Col. P 26 Oct 38. 
ATiyar*.— Arthur Charles Gregory, Ent. P34 Oct. 81 ; Lieut, p 1 Oct 85 ; Capi, 

P 15 Aug. 86 ; Mq^ar, p 18 Oct 31. 
Henry Eyre, Ens. p 88 Aug. 17 ; Lieut, p 80 April, 86 ; Capt. p 3 April 88 ; 

ilfq/gr, P 17 Feb. 37. 



Captains. 

Wmiam Roberta 

Peter Tripp* 

Thoa. Maitland Edwards.. 

William Edie 

Henry Douglas Cowper. . 

9 John Blacphail 

William Wallace 

Henry Dariey 

Chas. Rich. Hderton. . . . 
Iftichael Gavin 

LlBVTBITAirTS. 

Jas. Bell Kingsley 

Septimus Hairison' .... 
Samuel Wm. Russell. . . . 
Jas. C. Alex. Dunbar. . . . 

Thos. Chas. Ormsby 

Fred. Amelius MThimper.. 
Tlios. Heaton Lovett .... 

Daniel Rainier 

John Morton Jeffery .... 

E. J. Nixon 

Raleigh Henry Yea .... 

Edmund Ha^^ome .... 

Chas. Edward Synge. . . . 

Ensigns. 

S. Erskine Holland 

Steph. Edw. Colby 

John Montresor 

A. Hamilt Harvest 

Francis Grantham 

Charles Colby 

Willoughby Har. Carter 



ENSIGN. 



14 Apr. 14 

P 8 Sept 08 

8 Apr. 85 

P 14 Jan. 86 

P20July 30 

8 Jan. 06 

8 Apr. 25 

P 34 Sept 20 

P28 June 38 

P 8 Dec. 31 

10 Nov. 13 
84 Dec. 08 
P 1 Feb. 33 
P39 Nov. 33 
P38 Mar. 33 
P33Jan. 35 
P 5 June 35 
P 4 Mar. 36 
P38 June 36 
P17 Feb. 37 
P 13 Mar. 35 
18 May 37 
P38Sept37 

P83 Feb. 38 
P23 June 38 
14 Dec. 38 
38 Dec. 38 
P36 Apr. 39 
P 30 Aug. 39 



LIEUT. 



7 Apr. 35 

P 3 Sept 03 

P 3 Apr. 88 

P 18 Oct 31 

P14 Dec. 32 

29 Sept 08 

35 Oct 87 

86 Oct. 32 

P30Jan. 35 

P88 June 36 

9 Nov. 14 

1 May 12 

9 Feb. 37 

P22Sept37 

20 Oct 37 

P23 Mar. 38 

P27 Apr. 38 

Pll May 38 

P22 June 38 

P26 Apr. 39 

P 33 Feb. 38 

P 4 Oct 39 

P89 Nov. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



P 18 Oct 31 
P 6 Jfov. 05 
P 14 Dec. 38 
P 80 Nov. 33 
P 4 Mar. 36 
85 Oct 14 
P33 Sept 37 
P85 July 37 
P 4 Oct 39 
P 89 Nov. 39 



BBBT.-MAJ. 



13 Aug. 19 



10 Jan. 37 



to 
of 



4 Dr. Bovr^isr 
the Prainfluls fttwi ISW 
1814, Indading the il«|« 
OHvan^a; iMtttn of 
and AUrabcn (woundtd la tbo 
right l«f); lief* of BadaK» 
in 1812. PnsMnt mlfo la the 
attacks at Campo Major, and 
MT«raI othen ; and tiM ratKBat 
from Biuaco and Barfoa. and 
th« Tariooa oparatiooa of tbo 
8d dlTlftion undar tha 
of Lord Hill. 



P 4 Oct. 30 

John Alfi«d Street I P 89 Nov. 39 

Paymaeter.—* % 

Atgutant.^T. C. Ormsby, (Lieut.) 88 March, 39. 
Quarter^Maeter. — James Fagan. 19 Jan. 38. 

Surgeon.^-lj^ Thomas Bourchier/ 83 Aug. 11 ; Aetitt.'Surg. 84 May, 04. 
Astistant'Surgean. — Edwin Adolphus, M.D. 30 Sept SO. 
Facifi(f$ White. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Betumed from the Cape of Good Hope, June, 1837.] 
1 OoL Caaq^bdl*! lanrloea :— battle of Yimtora; adTaoca and retreat of tha army la Spain, sad 
Conuua. Expedition to 7.>aland Peninfula, from Dec 1800 to Jan. 1814» Includinc the battle 
roaa; daflence of TkrrUh ; expedition for the relief of Tarraf ona ; aflhiiB of PoeU in the vallej of 
aflhlr at Oma; battle of Tittoria ; liefe of San Sebastian, and aiiaalt of tha outworks 17th July, 
of the fortreta 89lh July, 1818 ; on thece aisaulU led the eolamna of attack. Panafa of the a 
amiiiH of the iatrendied position on that rirer. RecelTed two severe wonnds at tha aaauUt of 
tiaa, one throagfa the rif ht hip» and ona throafh the left tbifh. Seraraly woaadad at tha asmalt 
latfeochad poflUoa oa tha Bidaasoa by a musket shot throuf h the right thi^. 
9 Col. Tripp lenred at the capture of Ouadaloupa la ISlft. Brevet Lleat.-OoL 98 June, 88, 
a lieat. Hafrlaoa aeried Uw campajgna of 1814 and IS la Nepaul, and 
•dvaacedgaardiathaaetloaalJaaithBr.wiMMhawatwoaaded. Barred also agalnat tha Mahiallai fta MM 
aadl7. 

350 



tenia of 
of 



of tka 



Yean'Serr. 



46 
FttU Hmlf 



Pay. 



16 

31 
10 



82 
14 
16 
12 
11 
25 
11 
17 
14 
6 

16 

16 

IS 

10 

5 

9 

5 

4 

5 

4 

4 

3 

3 

3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Pmy. 



6& 















11« 























99th {or Lanarkshire) Regiment of Foot. 

Colonel. 
9 Sir Hugh OougV K.C.B. Em. 7 Aug. 94; lAoui, 11 Oct. 94; Copt. 26 June, 
03; MqjOTy 8 Aug. 06; JUmi^.-CoI. 29 July, 09 ; CoL 12 Aug. 19; MqfOT'Gen. 
22 July, SO; Col. 99th Regt 28 Dec. SO. 

Lieut'CoUmeLSir John G&apard Le Marchant,* Bru. 26 Oct 20 ; Lieut. 
P24 Oct 21 ; Capt. P 30 June, 26; Mqjor, P14 Dec. 82; Lieut.-Col. p 18 
Oct 39. 

MqjoTS. — ^9 John Napper Jaduon,' Em. 1 July, 06 ; lAeut. 1 Jan. 06 ; Capt. 

28 Feb. 12 ; Mqjor, 11 June, 29. 
Edward Last, Em. 13 Oct 14; Lieut. P20 Not. 24; Capt. p 22 May 29; 

MqjoTy P 18 Oct 39. 



Captains. 

GiUies Macphereon^ 

Geo. Marmaduke Reeves. 

Jaffray Nicholson 

Philip Smyly 

Edw. Maurice O'Connell. 

John Armstrong 

Geo. Robt Cummin 

John Parson Westropp . . 

Augustus Warren 

Henry Fred. Alston .... 
Lieutenants. 

Henry Jas. Day 

Robt Webster 

Lambert Cowell 

Wm.Mair. 

Arch. W. Reed 

ThoB. Cassan 

David Beatty 

Henry Pardoe 

Rich. Ramsbottom 

Thos. Hussey Burgh 

Isaac Hindley H. Gall . . 
Rupert Barber Deering 
Henry John Jauncey . . . . 
Ensions. 

S. Cosby Price 

Charles Blamire 

Edward Beatty 

Pat Johnston 

Fred. Montgomerie 

John Jaa. Armstrong . . 
Rob. Henry De Winton 
William Roberts 



ENSIGN. 



9 July 03 
1 July 24 
P20 Nov. 24 
P27 Mar. 28 
P22 May 29 
29 Oct 12 
P 7 Jan. 30 
Pll Jan. 22 
Pl9Sept26 
P21 Mar. 34 

10 Feb. 26 

10 Apr. 26 
P24 Aug. 16 

26 Nov. 30 
P 4 Sept 36 

28 Oct 31 
P26 June 36 
P 8 July 36 
P 7 Aug. 36 
P29July 36 

22 Nov. 36 
p 3 Mar. 37 
P28 Apr. 37 

P23 June37 
P26July 37 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P20 Nov. 38 
P 20 Sept 30 
17 Oct 39 
P 18 Oct 39 
P 1 Nov. 39 



LIEUT. 



22 May 04 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P22 Apr. 26 
P 18 June 30 
P 9 Dec. 31 

19 Apr. 14 
P28Sept32 
P23 June 26 
P22May 29 
P 3 Mar. 37 

11 June 29 

26 June 30 

P22Jan. 18 

22 Apr. 36 

P26July 37 

26 July 37 

21 Jan. 38 

P 2 Feb. 38 

P 1 June 38 

P20 Nov. 38 

7 Oct 39 

17 Oct 39 

P 18 Oct 39 



CAPTAIN. 



7 May 12 
P27 Apr. 27 
P 6 July 33 
P 18 July 34 
P28 Apr. 37 

29 Sept 87 
P21 Apr. 37 
P27 Apr. 27 

7 Oct 39 
P 18 Oct 39 



BREY.-MAJ. 



22 July 30 



6 23 PayifMufer.— Edward Pratt, 18 Oct 30 ; Em. 8 Dec. 12 ; Lieut. 20 May, 14. 
3 Adjutant. ^R. B. Deering, (Lieut.) 8 Feb. 39. 

6 Quarter^Matter.-^^ Alexander Macdonald, 13 June, 34 ; Em. 16 May, 34. 
84 7 Surgeon.^11^ William Williams, ' 21 Sept 30 ; Atsietant-Surgeon, 19 Dec. 11 ; 
Hoip.'Atriet. 9 July, 09. 
As9igtant'Surgeon.—Wm. Gibson Byrne, 19 Oct 26; Hotp.^Aetist. 8 Dec. 26. 
Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Lawrie Sc M'Grigor. — Irish Agent, Messrs. Cane ^ Co. 

[Eetumed from the Mauritius, 6 October, 37.] 
1 Sir Hugh Oongh Mrred at the capture of the Cape ot Good Hope, and the Dutch Fleet in Weldanhe Bej, 
1700. Served afterwmrdi In the Weet Indiee» including tlie attack on Porto Rico, the brigand war in St. 
Loela, and capture of Surinam. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1800^ and oommanded the 67th regiment at 
tlie hattlee of lUavera, Barroia, Yittoria, and Nirelle, for which he has received a eroei. Sir Hugh had a 
hone ehot under liim on the 87th July, and on the 36th at Talavera, he was severely wounded in the side 
by a splinter of a shell ; he also received a slight wound in the head at Tariflu 

8 Sir Oaspard Le Harchant served as Aij^utant General to the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and Brigadier 
OcBeral in the Spanish service during the years 1885, 6, and 7. Was present at the relief of Bilboa and 
•flkir before tliat town in Sept. 1835. Engaged on the heights of Arlaban in Alava on the lOtb, 17th, and 
28th Jan. ; in raising the siege of San Sebastian, and storming the Lines 5th Mav ; passage of the Urmea, 
and taking of Passages 98th May ; in the general action before Alxa, Oct. 1830, besides several aflhlrs in Gui- 
piucoa, as also in the general actions of the lOtb, ISth, 15th, and I6th March beCore Hemani. For these 
acnriees he received a medaL 

5 M^or Jackson served in the Peninsula flrom 1810 to the end of the war, including the battle of Faentea 
4'OBor; siege of Ciudad Rodrigo; siege of Bad^os April 1812; battles of Salamanca, Yittoria, Pyienees, 
S7th, 88th, 80th, and 30th July, NiveUe, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

4 M^^ Macphenon served in the American war, including the taking of Castine and Hampden. 

6 Dr. Williams served at Walcheren in 1800, and in the Peninsula from 1810 to 1818. SSI 



Si/le Brigade, 



Tean' Ser? 



53 
46 



48 



Pull 



Half 
Pay. 



"Copbnhaobk"— " Month Vidbo"— " Rolbia" — " Vimibra" — " Coruhka"— 

" BUSACO" — " BARROSA" — " FUBWTBS D'OnOR" — ^** ClUDAD RODRIOO*' — "^ BADA- 

joz" — " Salamanca" — " Vittoria" — ** Nivellb" — " Nivb" — " Orthrs'* — 

" TouLousB" — '* Peninsula" — " Waterloo." 

CoUmel-iH' Chief, 
9 rat Arthur, Duke </ Wellington, K.G.G.C.B. k G.C.H. 10 Feb. 90. 

Crenels Commandant, 
1 9 ffii 5tr A. F. Barnard,! K.C.B. k. O.C.H. But, 36 Aug. 1 704 ; Uetd, Sept 04 ; 

Capt, 18 Not. 04 ; Mqjor^ 1 Jan. 1805 ; Ueut.-Col, 88 Jan. 08 ; Col. 4 June, 

13; Mqfor-Gen. 12 Aug. 10 ; Lieut.-Gen, 10 Jan. 37. 
2 '^SirJtB, Stevenson Bams,* K.C.B. En». 11 July, 02 ; LUut, 2 Jan. 04 ; Cajtt, 

27 Feb. 06 ; JTq/or, 17 Sept. 02; Lieut.-Col. 6 Noy. 06; Col. 4 June, 14; 

dfqjor-Oen. 10 July, 21 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37. 
Lieut.'Colonelt.-'2jf George Brown,' C.B. k K.H. Eru. 23 Jan. 06; Lieut. 18 

Sept. 06; Copf. 20June, 11; ilfq/or, P26 May, 14; Brevet- Lieut.'Col. 29 

Sept 14; JResr^Z.-Xieu^.-Co^. P17 July,23; Co/. 6 May, 31. 
1 9 w John Charles Hope,^ K.H. JStu. 8 Jan. 07 ; Lieut. 2 Feb. 00 ; Copt. 9 

Not. 20 ; Mq^or, 22 July, 30 ; Lieut.-Col. P 4 Dec. 35. 
Mqfort.^2 Geo. HUne SteTenson, Ens. 21 April, 13 ; Lieut. 11 Jan. 15; Capt. 

P24 Oct 21 ; Jifqfor, p 12 Aug. 34. 

1 Thos. E. Kelly,* .B^. 1 April, 06 ; Lieut. 11 Feb. 08 ; Capt. 26 Dec 22; 
Brevet'MqjOTf 10 Jan. 37 ; Regtl.-Mqjor, p24 Feb. 37. 

2 Richard Irton, 2n<l lAeut. p 11 Hay, 15 ; Lieut, p 20 May, 24 ; Capt. p 20 
Aug. 26 ; Mqjor^ P 31 Hay, 30. 

1 Geoige BiiUer, Tnd Lieut. 2 Mar. 20 ; Lieut. 28 Mar. 25 ; Capt. p 10 Aug. 28 ; 
Mqfor^ p 31 Dec. 30. 



34 



34 
24 
34 



25 



20 



31 
17 
30 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
13 
14 
14 
14 
14 
13 
12 



3ft 



it 










A 








\ 










Captains. 

1 Wm. Wanen 

2 9 ^Bi Bob. Cochrane* 
1 irofi.J. StV.Saumarez 

1 9 rat John Fry 7 

1 Hen.Ferd. Beckwith.. 
1 Wm. SulllTan 

1 John Alex. Henderson 

2 Wm.CroBbie 

1 Robert Walpole 

2 Chas. Fred. Napier. . . . 

2 Henry Capel 

2 Chas. Dn Pre Egerton 
2 James Dolphin ...... 

2 Arth. J. Lawrence .... 

1 John Rooper 

1 James Hartin 

2 Edw. Holt Glegg .... 
2 John Hamilton Esten 

1 R. Henry Fitz Herbert 

2 Sidney Beckwith 



2nd LIEUT. 



P26NOT. 18 
P Not. 00 
P 8 Jan. 24 
P21 June 10 
P20 May 24 
P 14 Oct 24 
P ODec. 24 
12 Apr. 25 
Pll May 25 

Apr. 25 
P OJune 25 
P 13 July 25 
P 15 July 25 
P 4 Apr. 27 
P 7 Apr. 26 
P Apr. 26 
P 3 Aug. 26 
P30 Aug. 26 
P 3 July 27 

17 Apr. 28 



LIEUT. 



P 10 Jan. 22 

8 May 12 

P28Jan. 26 

10 May 12 

P 8 Apr. 26 

P 8 Apr. 26 

P31 Dec. 25 

P20 Aug. 26 

P 26 Sept 26 

17 Apr. 28 

22 May 28 

P25 Not. 28 

Pl7Dec. 20 

P 12 Feb. 30 

22 July 30 

10 Aug. 30 

P21 June 31 

P30Mar. 32 

Pll Jan. 33 

26 May 33 



captain. I BRBT.-M AJ. 



P31 Oct. 26 
22 May 28 
P17 Dec. 20 
22 July 30 
P31 Aug. 30 
P21 June31 
P 18 Jan. 31 
Pll Oct 33 
P24Jan. 34 
P 12 Aug. 34 
P 22 May 35 
P31 July 35 
P 4 Dec. 35 
P24 Feb. 37 
P22 Aug. 37 
P 3 Aug. 38 
P23 Apr. 30 
P31 May 30 
P25 0ct 30 
P31 Dee. 30 



1 Sir Andraw Barnard wrred at St. Domingo from Apr. to Aug. 1706 ; serrad in the expedition ondar Sir Ralph 
Abercrombj to the West Indiea, and was at the reduction of Mome Fortunte. In ITW.serred in the expedi- 
tton to the Helder, and was present in the actions of the 87th Aof ., lOlh Sept. and 8d and 0th Oct. Sit Andrew 
haa raoelTad a cross and four clasps for Banoaa (severely wounded), Ciudad RodrlfOk Bad^ioi, Balamnare, 
Tlttoria, ^iT^U* (sererely wounded), Orthes, and Toulouse. Slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

S Sir J. S. Barnes serrcd under Gen. (VHara, at Toulon, until its eracuation, and was preaant at fh^ 
defence of Port MulgraTe, and the sortie fhnn Toulon. Serred the whole of the campaign ia Conka, 
vntil the sorrender of Calvi, Including the storming of Conventitm Redoubts, capture of St. Flot«BBO« Bastia, 
and the 8lq:e of OsItL In 1790, served the campaign in Htriland, and was wounded at Alkinoor, tt O^ M. 
Aeeompanied the ezpeditioa to the Ferrol, and seirsd tlie whole of the campaign in Egypt Itf 1801, aatJI 
the surrender of Alexandria. Serred in the expedition to Walcheren, and In Spain and Portugal ttcn 
Mard^ 1610, until the conclusion of the war in 1814. He has received a cross for Busaco^ St. Sfbaiilaa, 
Salamanca (severely wounded), and the Nlve. 

< Col. Brown was at fbe siege and capture of Copenhagen In 1807; battle of Ylmlera Slst Aug. 1800 ; pas- 
sage of the Douro and «aptnre of Oporto, with the previous and subsequent actions; battle of lUavvfa, 87lh 
and 98th July, 1800 (severely wounded through Bbth thighs) ; the action of the Light Division at the Bridge 
of Almeida, 94th July, 1810; battle of Bosaeo, and the diibrent actions during the retreat of the Frsndi 
•my (hm Portngal; actkma at Sahugal, <rd April, and battlee of Faentes d*Onor, Mb May, 1811 ; 8aa 
Sebas t i a n, Sept. 1818; NlveUe^ 10th Nov.; Nlve, 0th Dec. 1818, and inveatment of Baynnna. Served la the 
last American war. Including the battle of BladeBsbur| and capture of Washhiglon, 84th Avgual H* 
Sllgfatly wovnded In the bend, and very severely ia the leR groin at Bladensbuig. 

252 



fTtttft'Serv. 



Rifle Brigade. 



Full 
Pay. 



18 

15 

12 

12 

11 

10 

9 

9 

7 

8 

9 

8 

8 

8 

4 

7 

7 

7 

7 

5 

6 

5 

5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
8 
3 
2 
2 
2 



33 

32 

10 

1 

3 

1 

89 



1 



Hair 
Par. 







13A 










































*A 














Lieutenants. 
1 W. S. Ramsay Norcott 
1 ThoB. Wm. Smith . . 
1 Alexander Monro . . 

1 Keith W. Young . . 

2 Frederick Belson . . 
1 Geo. Kerwan Can*.. 

1 Wm. Henry Fnmkland 

2 Rob. Duncan Fergusflon 
2 Wilmot Hen. Bradford 

1 Hon, E. O. Monckton 

2 Geo. Hughes WilkinB 
2 Rich. Luther Watson . . 
2 Wm. Leigh MelUsh . . 
2 Wm. Hen. Beresford . . 

1 Arthur S. Murray .... 

2 Alfired H. Horsford . . 

1 Hon. H. £. H.Gage.. 

2 Edward Rooper 

2 Geo. Sam. Jenkinson . . 

2 Robert Reynard 

1 Hen. S. Waddington . . 
1 Rob. Vans Agnew .... 
Sbcono Lieutenants. 

1 Wm. Hale 

2 H. Oldfield Bowles . . 

1 Edw. A. Somerset 

2 W. Shipley Warren . . 

2 Robert Craufurd 

2 Geo. B. Dawson 

2 Alex. Macdonell 

1 Rob. Moore Peel .... 
1 John Gibson 

1 Sir T. Munro, Bart. . . 

2 W. Burnet Ramsay . . 
1 Fred. F. J. Morrice . . 

1 Cha. Edm. Law 

1 Fred. Rob. Elrington . . 

1 Lord Alex. G. Russell 

2 Richard Lloyd 

2 George Dundas 

2 Joseph Wilkinson 

2 John Mitchell Eugene 

Shadwell 

Chas. Hangerford Pollen 



2nd LIEUT. 



13 June 22 
P 15 Sept. 26 
P 19 Aug. 28 

11 Sept 28 
P 25 Jan. 16 
P29 June30 
P 7 June 31 
P 6 July 31 
P24May 33 

18 May 32 
16 Dec. 31 
P 22 June 32 
P 24 Jan. 33 
P25Jan. 33 
P 13 May 36 

12 July 33 
Pll Oct. 33 
P 24 Jan. 34 
P 31 Jan. 34 
P 8 Jan. 36 
P 15 May 34 
P29 May 35 

P31 July 35 
P 4 Dec. 35 
29 Jan. 36 
P 6 May 36 
P 22 July 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P 23 June 37 
P 2 Dec. 37 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P 7 July 38 
P27 July 38 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 23 Apr. 39 
P 7 June 39 
P 11 July 39 
P 26 July 89 
P 25 Oct. 39 
30 Dec. 89 



LIEUT. 



16 June 25 
24 Dec. 29 
P 5 July 33 
Pll Oct. 33 
P 24 Jan. 34 
P31 July 35 
P 4 Dec. 35 
P 6 May 36 
P26 Aug. 36 
20 Apr. 36 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P23 June37 
P 2 Feb. 38 
P 3 Aug. 38 
P 28 Dec. 38 
P2d Apr. 39 
P31 May 39 
P 6 July 39 
P 12 July 39 
P 8 Feb. 39 
P 25 Oct. 39 
P31 Dec. 39 



Capt. Cochraue was preaent 
at Cadiz in Aug. 1811, and 
during the aiege ; at Oranguei, 
29th Oct.; Sau Munoft, 17 Nov. 
1812 ; San Bf ilan, 16th June ; 
battle of Vlttoria, 2Ut June ; 
bridge of Vera, SI Aug;. 18, 
(seyerely woanded in left arm;) 
Waterloo, 18th June, 1816, 
wounded in left breast. 

7 Captain Frj served in the 
Peninsula from May, 1812, to 
the end of the war, including 
the battles of Salamanca and 
Vittoria. Severely wounded 
(left leg fractured) by a mus- 
ket shot in the attack on the 
heighU of Vera, 7th Oct. 1819. 
RecislTed four wounds on the 
18th June, at Waterloo. 

8 Captain Holden served at 
the siege of Scylla CcMtle, in 
Calabria, in 1810; and at the 
attack and capture of the 
island of Pousa, on the coast of 
Naples, in 181S. 

Capt. Middleton served in 
the Peninsula and France from 
ISth Mardi 1810, to 18th July, 
1814, including the battle of Barrosa ; siege 
of Cittdad Rodrlgo, where be volunteered 
with the storming party; Badi^joz ; battleit 
of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, 
and Toulouse ; besides various aflbirs of out- 
posts. 

10 Quarter • Master TrefTord was present 
at the affair of Tarbes, 20th March; Tour- 
nefeullle, 27th March ; battle of Toulouse, 10th 
April, 1814; and battle of Waterloo, 18th June, 
1816. 

11 Dr. Ranken served in the Peninsula, ttom 
June 1811 to the end of the war, including the 
battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, 
Orthes and Toulouse ; blockade of Pampeliina, 
and sortie from thence ; and tht aflUxs of Vic 
Bigorra and Tarbes. 



P 17 Jan. 40 
7 Feb. 40 
Paynmtter$.—\ Wm. Holden,^ 26 Feb. 24 ; Ens. 15 Dec. 04 ; Lieut. 31 Dec. 06 ; 

Capt. 12 July, 21. 
2 9 John Middleton,*' 25 Nov. 26; Ens. 10 Mar. 08 ; Lieut. 4 Oct. 09 ; Capt. 7 
A4futants.—l Geo. Kirwan Carr, {1st Lieut.) 30 Nov. 38. [April, 26. 

2 Joseph Wilkinson, (27id Lieut.) 31 Dec. 39. 
Quarter'Masters.'-2 9 Wi Robert Trafford,*^ 2 June, 37. 

1 Richard Taylor, 29 March, 39. 
Surffeans.—! 9 Rob. Ranken," 11 June, 80 ; Assist. -Surg. 16 April, 12; Hosp. 
Assist. 13 June, 11. • 

2 Moses White, M.D. 29 July, 36 ; Asst.-Surg. 5 May, 25 ; Hosp.- A . 4 Apr. 14. 
As8ift.'8urgs.-—\ Evans Gamons Uoyd, 18 Oct. 27 ; Hosp.-Assist. 26 Jan. 27. 
2 Henry Downes, MD. 1 Nov. 39. 
Regimentals Oreen.— Facings Black.— il^<?n*, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
\st Battalion returned from North Americay Sept. 1836.] 
2nd Battalion returned from the Ionian Itlands, June, 1837.] 
4 Odionel Hope's services -.—Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807 ; to Sweden and subsequently to the 
Peniniula fai 1808 and 0. incUiding the retreat and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren. Cam- 
paigns of 1810 and 11 in the Peninsula, Including the siege of Cadis and battle of Barrosa, where he was 
severely wounded. Served also the campaign of 1814 in HoUand. Present at Waterloo and the capture 
of Paris. ^ ^ 

6 Msjjor Kelly's services :— Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807. Capture of Martinique in 1809 and Gua- 
daloupe in 1610. Campaigns of 1818, 14 and 15, in Lower Canada, Including the action at Chateaugay 
and laattsbiifgh. 

253 n 



1st West India Regiment of Foot 



" DOMINICA"—" MARTINIQUE"—" GUADALOUPE." 



Yean'Serv. 


50 


Full 


Half 
Pay. 


21 


12 


80 


6A 


36 


1 


31 





17 




19 


12^ 


13 





27 
17 


3 


26 
12 


1^ 



15 





26 
24 
24 
16 
17 


"4 

2H 
10ft 

11 


13 





8 





12 





7 





7 





9 

11 

6 


8A 



4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





S 





6 





4 





4 





2 





2 





14 
3 


1ft 





Colonel. 
9 Wi Sir WUliam Nicolay/ C.B. Sc K.C.H. 2nd Lieut, 28 May, 90; Lieut, 

16 Aug. 93 ; Capt, 29 Aug. 98 ; Mqjor, 26 June, 01 ; Lieut,'Col. 4 April, 05 ; 

Col. 4 June, 13; Mqf.-Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 1st 

West India Regt. 30 Not. 39. 
Lieutenant'ColaneU.—Wm. Bush, K.H. Comet, p 7 Jan. 08 ; LietU. i*29 Jane, 

00 ; Capt. P 22 July, 13 ; Mqjor, p 8 April, 26 ; Lieut.-Col. p 22 May, 29. 
Henry Capadose,' JEnt. 24 Mar. 96 ; Lieut. 30 Oct 99 ; Capt. 24 Mar. 04 ; Srev.- 

Mqfor, 4 June, 14 ; Regtl.-Major, 17 Oct. 16 ; Lieut.-Col. 22 Apr. 36. 
Mqfors.—Wm. Maxwell MUls,' Bne. 25 Oct. 03 ; Lieut. 24 Oct 04 ; Capt. 18 

April, 11 ; Mqjar, 24 April, 28. 
John Cornell Chads,^ 2nd Lieut. Royal Marinee, 4 May, 09 ; Em. B&rdBegt. 3 

March, 14 ; Lieut, p 1 Dec. 14 ; Capt. p 27 Jan. 20 ; Mq^or, 22 April, 36. 



Captains. 
9 ilSi Robert Hughes'. . 

Hector Downie^ 

Luke Smyth O'Connor. . . 
P Archibald Robertson ^ . 

James Clarke 

Wm. DeTonish Deverell.. 

John David Blythe 

George Robeson 

Rich. Straker Wickham.. 
|||!IA John Griffith "^ .. 

Thomas Moore 

James Palmer 

William Burke 

LlBUTENANTS. 

John Fra. Grant 

Wm. Maxwell Mills 

Geo. Waller Meehan 

WUliam Doran 

Philip Phipps Trotman. . 
George Fahie Horsford . . 

Edward Lucas 

.9ir J.R. Carm. SmythyBt. 

Gustavus H. Reilly 

Benjamin Mackenzie .... 
Wm. C. De Benyon Reade 
Fra. Milwaid W. PogBon 

Hon. T. C. S. Foster 

Alex. Wm. Mackenzie. . . 
Edm. Hay ter Bingham . . 
Edw. Alger. O'Donoghue 

S. W. Sutton Bush 

Edm. Phipps Mackie 

Ninlan Craig 

Thomas Martin 

R. J. H.Moffatt 

H. Waiiams way 

James Mac Carthy 

John Armstrong 



BVSION. 



11 April 11 

14 Dec. 08 

P27 April 27 

13 Apr. 09 

11 Jan. 21 

4 May 1^ 

P21 Nov. 28 

21 July 26 

2 Dec. 13 

29 July 13 

30 Mar. 14 
20 Apr. 16 

P 10 Dec. 12 



6 Dec. 27 
P20Jnly 32 

17 April 28 
16 Nov. 33 

P 6 Dec. 33 

30 Jan. 23 

9 April 26 

P29May 36 

P 21 April 36 

22 April 36 

20 April 36 

P29 April 36 

PIO June36 

3 Feb. 37 

P 10 Mar. 37 

26 July 37 

18 Feb. 38 
P 3 April 36 
P26Mar. 36 

27 May 36 

26 June 38 

27 June 38 
8 April 26 

P 28 Oct 37 



LIEUT. 



29 Oct 12 

25 Feb. 10 
22 Mar. 31 

6 Jan. 14 
P 19 July 27 

16 Nov. 20 
P 3 Feb. 32 

17 April 28 
11 April 16 

4 May 15 

26 Nov. 21 
6 June 16 

27 Aug. 16 



9 Sept 33 

P 17 Jan. 34 

14 April 36 

16 April 36 

P 17 April 36 

20 April 36 

21 April 36 
P26 Aug. 36 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 17 Feb. 38 

26 April 38 

27 Oct. 38 
1 June 30 
1 June 39 

1 June 39 

2 June 39 
9 Aug. 39 

26 Oct 39 

26 Oct 39 

27 Oct 39 
16 Nov. 30 
16 Nov. 39 

8 Oct 27 
7 Feb. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



18 Feb. 27 
26 Oct 30 

P 17 Jan. 34 

30 Dec. 34 

21 April 36 

7 April 37 

P 1 Dec. 37 

1 June 39 

2 June 39 
29 July 36 
SO Sept 36 
26 Aug. 39 
16 Sept 30 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



1 Sir Wm. Nicola7*B M>nric6f :— stefes of SeringapftUm sod Pondleberfy ; capturt of 8t Liida ; 
of 1806 in Spain, IncladinK the retreat to Coranna. Sir WUliam was praieiit at Watarlao. 
S Ortonel CapadoM terrad at the rapture of Minorea in Not. 1798. 
S M^lor Mills serT«d at tb« captare of Martinique In 1809, and Ouadaloupe in 1810. 

4 M jor Chads served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. 

5 Capt. Hughes serred In the Peninsula ttom 1809 to 1814, including the first siege of Bad^o^ vA tbe 
battles of Busaoo, Yittocte (woondedX Salamanca, and the Pyrenees, besides rariotis minor 
mishes. Present at Waterloo on the 10th, 1 7th and 18th Jane, and was wounded on thelStfc. 

964 



1st West India Regiment of Foot, 



Yean'Serr.] 


PaU 


Half 


P»7. 


Pay. 


2 





1 





1 








































2 





1 





4 





1 






Ensigns. 

J. Hunter Mnshet 

Mark Matthews 

Stevenson Ballantine 

Pierce Hackett 

Robert Hughes 

George Jeffrey^ 

John Andrew Wieburg . . 
William Nepean Smith . . 
Joseph Alex. Hanna .... 
Henry St. John Clements 



ENSIGN. 



P 19 Oct. 38 

29 May 39 

30 May 39 

1 June 39 

2 June 39 
4 June 39 

12 July 39 
20 Jan. 37 
17 Sept 39 
15 Nov. 39 



Ptsjffiuuter.'^- 

A^iutant.—eeion Wm. Sutton Bush (l4%eut.) 10 Jan. 40. 

Quor/er-JIfatfter.— Richard Allard, 12 April, d9v 

Surgeon, — J. Duncanson, M.D. 1 June, 38 ; Assist, -Surg. 27 Oct. 26 ; Hosp.- 
Astistanty 26 April, 15. 

Assistant-Surgeons. — Alexander Campbell, 12 Aug. 36. 

Robert Giles Montgomery, M.D. 5 July, 39. 

Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

e Captain Downle Mrved at the capture of Qoadaloupe in 1810, Includinf the attack on the Bridge of 
Noslere, Srd Februaiy. 

7 Oiplaia Robertaon served in the Peninsula fh)m Jan. 1810 to the end of the war, including the siege of 
Cadis, Feb. to Sept. 1810; lines at Torres Tedras; actions at Redinha, Cazal Nova, Fos d*Arronce, and 
Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor ; first siege of Badqjoi ; actions at El Bodon, and Aldea de Ponte ; 
siece and assault of Ciudad Rodrigo ; siege and assault of BadiOo't April, 1812 ; battle of Salamanca ; 
capture of Madrid ; retreat to Portugal ; battle of Nirelle ; actions of La Bastide, Sauveterre, and Ylc 
Bigorre ; battles of Orthes (sererely wounded in the left arm) and Toulouse. 

8 Captain Griffith served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and was wounded in the left thigh 31st March 
Serred also in the Peninsula from July, 1812, to the end of the war. Including the battle of Vittorio. Present 
at Waterloo on the 18th June. 

Ensign JeflVey serred as a captain In the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and was engaged in the actions of the 
5th May (severely wounded) and lit Oct. (severely wounded), 1836 ; 10th, 12th (wounded), 14th, 15th and 
16 Marohr 10th and 17th May, 1887. He has rocelved two medaU. 



356 



Yean' S«rT. 


63 


Full 
Paj. 


Half 
Pay. 


35 


^ 


45 





31 





29 

«7 



n 



16 
20 
25 
15 
26 
9 
17 
18 
16 

15 

12 

12 

12 

13 

7 

9 

8 

5 

8 

6 

6 

4 
5 
6 
3 
12 
3 
3 
7 
2 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 
2 
35 



1« 

7A 




A 










14 





18A 






































27id West India Regimetit of Foot 

Colonel, 
Francis Fuller,* Ens. 26 Jan. 1778; Luut, 1 June, 78: Capt, 9 April, 81 ; 

Mqjor,^\ Dec. 85; Lieut,-Col. 1 March, 94; Col, 1 Jan. 98; Mq^or-Gen. 

1 Jan. 1805; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Oen. 27 May, 25. 

Lieut,-ColoneU. 
9 FranciB Cockbam,^ Comet y 16 Oct. 00 ; Lieut, p6 April, 03 ; Capt. 3 March 

04; Mqjor, 27 June, 11 ; Lieut, -Col. 27 Oct. 14 ; Col, 10 Jan. 37. 
Wm. Burke Nicolls,' Ens, 10 June, 95 ; Lieut, 4 April, 98 ; Capt. 3 Aug. 04 

Brevet-MtyoTy 4 June, 14 ; BefftL-Mtyor, 8 Jan. 24 ; Lieut,'Col, 12 Jan. 35 
Mqjors.— John Anderson,* Ens. 2 Nov. 09 ; Lieut, 24 Jan. 11 ; Capi, 16 Mar 

20 ; Mf{for, 22 March, 27. 
Thomas M'Pherson,* Ens. 8 Aug. 11 ; Lieut. 19 May, 13; Capt. 25 Dec. 23 

Mqjor f 12 Jan. 35. 



Captains. 

Thomas Maling' 

Herbert Mends 

9 John Jas. Peck * .... 

Edw. Cha. Soden 

James Allen 

Rich. Percy Pack 

Hen. C. Cobbe 

E. S. Norman Campbell 

Richard ElUott 

WiUiam Lardner^ 

LlBUTBlTANTS. 

Stephen John Hill 

Hen. Wase Whitfetld 

James Findlay 

WiUooghby H. NicoUs . . 
im Abraham P. Kenyon 
James Edw. Boggis .... 
Walter Crauford Kennedy 
James Batchelor DaWdson 
Robt Caldecott Morris. . 

Alexander Geddes 

L. C. W. H. Fitzgerald . . 
Anth. Hart LapsUe .... 
Bartholomew O'Brien . . 

John Miller 

B. St, S. Hutchinson .... 
Robt. Murphy NicoUs . . 

John Grogan 

William Anderson 

Jas. Delamain Mends . . 

John Potts • 

J. Gaggln Cox 

Ensigns. 

J. Warren Glubb 

Geo. L. Woodd 

Wm. McCarthy Murray. . 
Jas. Wm. Lorat Eraser . . 

Joseph Hill 

John Hargcr 

Stephen Blaney Gordon. . 

George Bennett 

Geo. A. Crooks Kippen . . 
Dcckncr 



RN«<TON. 



03 



13 
16 
25 



9 July 
never 

27 May 
1 Feb. 

8 Dec. 
16 Aug. 13 

15 Feb. 31 
P 2 Oct. 23 

28 July 14 

27 June 24 

10 Nov. 25 
13 Feb. 28 

P 3 Apr. 28 

28 Aug. 28 

24 June 13 
P 12 July 33 

27 Oct. 31 

25 May 32 
P18 Dec. 35 

3 Feb. 14 
P 17 Oct 34 

1 1 July 34 
P 15 Apr. 36 
P29Dec. 35 

9 Dec. 24 
9 July 37 

P25 Nov. 28 
10 July 37 

P 3 Nov. 37 
5 Mar. 38 
1 June 38 

16 Mar. 38 
30 Nov. 38 
22 Feb. 39 
27 Sept. 39 

4 Oct. 39 
25 Oct. 
20 Oct. 
27 Oct 

P 6 Dec. 



LIEUT. 



7 Sept 04 
19 Feb. 24 
24 May 21 

27 June 24 

28 May 28 

12 Apr. 20 
P23Jan. 35 

14 Jan. 20 
30 Nov. 26 
22 Mar. 27 

13 Feb. 28 
28 Oct 31 
18 Nov. 31 
22 Mar. 33 

24 June 13 
P 17 Oct 34 

10 Nov. 34 
13 Aug. 35 

P 25 Nov. 36 
27 Jan. 37 

P 7 Apr. 37 
5 Mar. 38 

P 13 July 38 

25 Jan. 39 
10 Sept 29 

4 Oct 39 
P20 Apr. 32 

25 Oct 39 

26 Oct 39 

30 Dec. 39 

31 Dec. 39 



CAPTAIN. IBRBV.-MAJ. 



12 Aug. 19 



11 July 05 
19 Mar. 29 

P 8 June 30 
10 Nov. 34 
24 July 35 

12 Feb. 36 
P 3 Nov. 37 
P 7 Oct. 36 

7 Aug. 39 
4 Oct 39 



9 Col. Cockbuni tprred io 
South America In 1807 ; in the 
Peninmila in ISOO and 10 ; and 
in Canada from 1811 to 1814. 

< Colonel NieolU trrvMl at 
the eaptur« of tha Cana of 
Qood Hope (both upeimtkMu) t 
alM at the capture of the Ide 
of Prance. 

4 M^on AnderMB and Me 
Phenou Mnrad In the Ame- 
rican war. 

5 lh«T.-IJeat-CoL 10 Jan. 
87. 

6 Capt. Ppck eerred the 
campaigns of 1818 and 14 la 
the Penlnfula. 

7 Capt. Lardner was ef^ 
▼erelj wounded in rttafctaf 
Port Bullen, on the River 
Gambia, 11th Nor. 1831. 

8 Quartcr-maeler, 16 Amt, 
as ; from which date the perkid 
of serrlce has been computed. 



39 
39 
39 
30 
39 



Dr. Rtchardion lerved at the capture of the 
Cape of Good Hope in 1806: reduction of 
Monte Video, and campaign of 1806 and 7 in 
South America ; campaigns of 1808 and i« 
the Peninsula, including the battloa of RoMa 
and Vlmiera. 



31 Dec. 
Atl^utant.—JoYin Potts, (Lieut.) 20 July, 38. 
Quarter- Master, — John Harpur, 5 March, 38. 

Stargeon.-^}^ John Richardson,* 5 Jan. 26 ; Assisi,'Sw^ 16 Feb. 06 Hosp.- 
Assist, 9 July, 05. 
4 ii««if^.-5uiyeora.— Richard TuthiU, M.D., 8 Jan. 36. 
3 James Shirrefs, 4 Aug. 37. 

Facings Yellow. — Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
1 Oen. Puller serred In the East Indies in 1789, 88, and 84, and comnumded the 101st at the battle of 
Cuddaloro in 1788. Served on the C4jntlneut in 17D4 and OS. Embarked for the Wast lodiea Ika latter eW 
of 1 706, where he continued to serve until I80S. and was prcient at the capture of varloaa islandiS Ac. 
l^mlMrked tor tltt East Indies in ISOO* where he was again actively employed. 



Y««r»' Serv, 



FuU 
Pay. 



87 
32 

89 

88 



19 
32 
31 
17 
29 
15 
86 
81 
14 
83 
86 
13 
15 
11 
7 
20 



Half 
Pay. 



83 
18 
81 
86 
26 
21 
81 
19 
19 
16 
16 
17 
13 
9 










i 



5 




6 

A 






7A 



Ceylon Rifle BeffimerU, 



Lieut.-Colonels. 
9 Thoma* Fletcher,» Etu, 28 July, 1803; Lieut, 13 March, 05; Capt, 12 Mar. 

10; Mqjor, p6 Dec. 27 ; Lieut.-Col. P 27 Feb. 36. 
9 James Macpherson,' Eru. 1 March, 08 ; Lieut. 28 Feb. 10; Cdpt, 25 April, 

15 ; McQOT, P6 July, 32 ; Lieut.-CoL p 27 March, 35. 

Mqjors. 
9 James Anderson,' Lieut, Itk Furilierg, 28 Aug. 07 ; Capt. 1 Sept. 13; Jlfq^or, 

2 May, 34. 
Samuel Braybrooke,* 2m2 Lieut. 17 Dec. 12; Lieut. 29 April, 18; Capt. p6 

March, 23 ; Major, p 27 Feb. 35. 



1ft 


7A 






»ft 




17A 



Captains. 
Auchmuty Montresor . . 
Geo. Adol. Tranchell * . . 
Peter Bennet Reyne 
Thomas Wm. Rogers. . . . 

George Cochrane' 

Henry Alex. Atchison . . 
9 Hffil Charles WaUett ? 

Thomas Skinner 

Brownlow £dw. Layard . . 

Charles Kelson 

George Thomas Parke . . 
Charles Hamilton Roddy 

Thomas Bonnor 

William Dickson 

Wm. Twistleton Layard 
9 Wi Thomas Lillie * . 



LlBUTENANTS. 

William Driberg 

Rodney Mylius 

Thos. Eardley Hodges' 

James Stewart'<» 

Alexander Mackay 

Cosby Warburton 

9 lUchard Phelan <i 

David Meaden 

John Jas. Dwyer 

John Burleigh 

Mortimer Jones *' 

Louis Clare 

Simpson Nelson Burris . . 
William Caldwell 



ENSIGN. 



29 Mar. 
2 Oct. 

15 Apr. 
7 Jan. 

22 Jan. 
7 Apr. 

16 Aug. 

2 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
26 Sept. 

3 Mar. 
P 15 Feb. 
P 6 Oct 
P 3 Dec. 
P 22 Feb. 

1 Oct. 



21 
07 
19 
24 
07 
25 
04 
19 
26 
11 
14 
87 
15 
89 
33 
12 



LIEUT. 



2 June 15 

16 May 22 

29 Jan. 12 

10 May 14 

1 Aug. 14 

22 July 19 

P 14 Feb. 11 

8 Apr. 21 

20 Nov. 17 

22 May 18 

5 Mar. 12 

10 Sept. 12 

P 17 Jan. 28 

26 Aug. 13 



25 

10 

15 

P 4 

7 

7 

9 

8 

P28 

4 

P12 

15 

24 

P27 

P22 

17 



Mar. 25 
June 10 
Dec. 22 
May 26 
Feb. 08 
Aug. 28 
Oct. 06 
Jan. 24 
Aug. 28 
Mar. 13 
June 23 
Apr. 29 
Dec. 18 
Feb. 35 
Not. 36 
July 15 



CAPTAIN. 



8 Aug. 82 

30 May 24 

4 Feb. 14 

11 Nov. 84 

12 Nov. 24 
18 June 25 
26 Nov. 12 

2 Feb. 26 
23 May 29 
23 Mar. 21 

4 Aug 13 

26 Jan. 14 

P 3 May 31 

2 Nov. 15 



Pll May 26 

9 Oct. 26 

P21 Dec. 26 

P 7 June 27 

13 Feb. 27 
P27 Feb. 35 

23 Mar. 15 

3 Apr. 36 

Pl4May 36 

10 June 32 
p 10 Aug. 26 
P 27 Oct. 37 
P30June25 
P 5 July 39 
P 16 Aug. 39 

7 Dec. 38 



BREV.'MA J 



10 Jan. 37 



28 June 38 



9 M ^r Andenon served in 
the Penlnfolft, from 1809 to 
th« end of the war, including 
the bettlei of Oporto, Tal*- 
vera, and Buaaco; first siefs 
of Badidos; battles of Albu- 
hera and Salamanca ; siege and 
capture of Ciodad Rodrigo and 
Bad^jot; battles of Yittoria, 
Pampeluna, and Tonlouse, be- 
sides other minor aflkirs. 

4 M%|or Braybrooke senred 
at the capture of the Kandyan 
territories In ISlfi, and in the 
Kandyan rebellion in 1817 
and 18. 

5 Captain Tranchell senred 
in Travancore in 1809, and in 
the Kandyan oountiy in 1819 
and 18. 



1 Gol. Fletcher served the campaigns of 1808 and 9 in the Peninsula, including the battles of Sdela, 
▼imiera, and Comnna. Served also with the expedition to Walcheren. 

3 Col. If acpherson's services :— Landed in Portugal, Sept. 1808 ; Joined the 1st battalion 45th regiment in 
Almeida; proceeded with the brigade under Sir A. Cameron across the Douro to Join the array under Sir 
John Moore; retreat to Lisbon. Campaign of 1809 ; affairs at Talavera 2Sd July, and Alberche 87th July ; 
battle of Talaveta37th and 28th July ; retreat to Portugal. Campaign of 1810 ; battle of Busaco, and retreat 
to lines of Lisbon. Campaigns of 1811 ; the affairs on Maasena's retreat from the lines ; action at Sabugal ; 
battle of Puentes d'Onor, 3d and 6th May; 8d si^e of Bad^}ox, from 86th May to 16th June; action at 
Fuente Ouinaldo, 88th June. Campaign of 1818 ; siege and storm of Ciudad Eodrigo, from 8th to 19th 
Jan.; (received a contusion at the assault) ; ad siege and storm of Badi\)os, tnm lOth March to 6th 
April, (severely wounded in the breast on mounting at the escalade); battle of Salamanca; capture of 
Madrid; aflUrs on the retreat tnm Madrid to Portui^. Campaign of 181S; battle of Tittoria; blockade 
of Pampeluna; battles of the Pyrenees; crossing the Bidassoa; storming the enemy's fortified entrenchments 
7th and IMi Oct. ; battle of Nlvelle. Campaign of 1814 ; battle of Orthes, where he vras severely and dan- 
gerously wounded, having received one riiot in the right fore arm, and a second through the body. 
Received a severe bayonet wound in the leg at Ostend, June, 1816. Served in the Burmese war, and 
was severely wounded in the breast near Rangoon, 16th Dec. 1884. Col. Macpherson, although severely 
wounded at the time, climbed the flag-stalT and pulled down the enemy's colours from the castle of Badi^oi 
on the nJghtof the storm. 867 



Yean'Serr. 



FuU 



18 
18 

17 
21 
10 
6 
16 

6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 



4 
3 
3 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

17 
14 



15 
14 



Half 
P»7. 







18 



13 


































Ceylon Rifle Regiment. 



LlBUTBNANTS. 

Fran. Brownrigg Bayly 

William Hardisty 

Albert Watson 

Frederick Ostheyden 

Jaa. Mitchell Macdonald 

Geo. Bulkeley TatterBall 

9 Robert McBeath " 

William John Kirk 

WUliam Price 

Henry Charles Bird 

Nicholas Fenwick 

John Urban Vigors 

Benjamin Bloomfleld Keane 

Edward John Holworthy 

Henry Gibbs Remmett 

Henry Torrens Walker 

Henry Alexander Raitt 

Henry Du Vemet 

Jones Batler Stevelly 



Biraioir. 



LIBDT. 



Sbcoho Libutbnants. 

ChristophiluB Garstin 

Robert Watson 

Julius Brockman Travers 

Charles Tliomas Smith 

Charles A. Cobbe 

Francis Batler Templer 

Richard Brandram Gwilt 

William Bagenall 

J. R. Graham Pattison 

Johnson Bourne. > 

John Brewse Kersteman 

Wm. Hopson Hopson 

Henry Lucas 

William Charles Vandenpar 

Frederick May • • 

Robert Butler Stevelly 



2 Jan. 28 

P29 May 26 

17 July 23 

27 Jan. 07 

26 Oct 30 
P 10 May 34 

28 Oct. 12 

27 Sept. 31 
P 13 June 34 
P 13 June 34 
P 14 Not. 34 
P27 Feb. 35 

8 May 35 
P 12 Feb. 36 
P 8 July 36 

28 Oct. 36 
P22NOV.36 

25 Not. 36 
P27 0ct 37 



P 14 May 36 

7 July 37 

8 July 37 
P 17 Not. 37 
P 6 July 38 
P20July 38 
P30Oct. 38 

2 Not. 38 
P28 June38 
I'll Jan. 89 
P 28 June 30 
P 4 July 30 
P 5 July 39 
P 16 Aug. 39 
P 20 Sept. 39 
p 10 Jan. 40 



8 May 35 
8 Jan. 86 

14 Jan. 90 

26 Jan. 1! 
P29Jaly 86 
P 28 Apr. 37 

30 Dec 13 
P27 0ct 37 
8 May 38 

22 May 38 
P17 Sept. 38 
P20 Not. 38 
P 11 Jan. 89 
P25Jan. 30 
p 28 June 89 

4 July 89 

5 July 80 
2 Aug. 80 

|P 16 Auff. 89 








Paymaif«r.— Richard Jefeson, 6 May, 36 ; %nd Lieut. 23 Oct. 28 ; 1 J^ Lieut, 

1 Sept. 26. 
A^utant, — 

Quarter-Matter.^^umeB Black,** 10 Aug. 26. 
^tflvecm.— DaTid Ewing, 30 Sept. 36; Astigt.-Surff, 3 June. 24 : I£o$p*'Auiet, 

7 Feb. 14. 
Amtt,Smgs,'-Wimun Lucas, 25 May, 26; Horp.-AuiMt. 3 Not. 25. 

George Rumley, M.D. 19 April, 27 ; Hotp^-Aniit. 12 Oct. 96. 
Regimentals Green^Faemg9 Black.— il^en/. Sir John Kirkland, 80, Pall MaU. 

CspU GoehraM wnrMl st the eaptore off Msrtiiilque, and Lm Sslntei lu IMUt umI Gusdaloope ia 1810, 
■ad alw in 181A. 

7 M^or Wtlletft lervlcet:— Battles of Roleia and Timteni; ttogie and capture of FtathlBf, IMO; fai IIh» 
Pwiimnla firom Juae, 181 1, to the end of the war, including the liefe of Cludad Rodiiffo; battlee la th4» 
Pyraoeea on the 88th and 90tb July; Invntment of Pampeluna; battles ofOrthce and Nire; ■ereffvly 
wounded In the thlf h at Qnatre Brai. 

8 Capt. UUle terred in the Peniueula tnm Dec. 1619 to the end of the war, indudinc the citMrinr ^ tW 
ladino; battle of Vittoria{ blockade of Pampeluna from 5ih to 18th July ; pan of RaocefTallfe, S8ib 
inly, battle of PtaDpeluaa, S8th July, Nivelle, Nire (9th to lath Dec.), Orthet (teverely wounded), and IVm- 
louae. Penent at wateiioo oo the 18th June, and at the storming of Cambimj. 

9 Lieut. Hodges serred at the capture of Genoa In 1814, and subsequently in the American war, Ui> 
eluding the capture of Washington and the engagements at Baltimore and New Orleans. 

10 Ucut Stewart served at the capture of Kandy in 1815, and In the Kandyan rebellion of 1817 and 18. 

11 Xient. Phelan senred in the Peninsula, and was wounded on three dUbrrat occasions Serred also in 
the American war. 

IS Xient. Jones serred la the Ameilaui war, and was engaged at Chrlstler's Farm, Lnndy's Lane (woaBiad)^ 
piofft Brie, and Chippewa. 

18 Lieut. MeBeath senred in the Peninsula from March to 80 Dee. 1818^ tadudlag the siege and captan 
of Balaguer; iuTestment and taking of Tbrragona. 

14 Quarter-Master Bbiek senred the campaigns of 1818 tad 14 la Gemaay and HoOaBd, and wis 
at tha attaek upon Befgen-op-Zoom. 

258 



Royal African Colonial Corps. 



Tean 




28 



18 
27 
22 
10 
9 
8 



8 
7 
7 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
2 



3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 



7 
1 







2 






3 


17^ 








IDA 



















Lieutenant'CoUmel. 

Richard Doherty,^ Ent, pIO Sept. 1803; Lieut. 22 Not. 04; Capt, 21 May 12 ; 
Mqfor, P16 Sept. 24 ; Lieut. -Col, P26 Sept. 26. 

9 Francis Perry,' Ens, 8 Oct. 12 ; lAeut. 18 Feb. 13; Capt. 8 June, 26 ; Mcqot^ 
8 Dec. 37. 



Captains. 

James Jaclcson . . . 
Thompson Berwick 
Thomas Abbott'.. . 
William Shaw . . . 
Alexander Findlay . 
Richard Taylor . . . 



■ • « ■ 



LlBUTBNANTS. 

Edward O'Bryen . . 
Jas. Robt. Maxwell 

Thomas Smales 

James Travers 

Tho. Graham Mcintosh. 
Edw. Soathouse Glen . 
Wm. St. Leger Angelo . 
John Alex. Batcher . . . 

William Snowe 

Rich. Plunket Ireland . 
Christopher Lynch . . . 
James Montgomery . . . 
Tho. Vincent E. Reynolds 

Ensigns. 
H. W. H. Graham 

Henry Sail 

C. S. H. Kingston 
Tho. Hislop J. Donaldson 
Peter John Macdonald . . 
G. Butler TriscottColman 



ENSIGN. 



1 Apr. 
26 Jan. 
13 Aug. 
15 Mar. 

6 July 
26 Oct 



22 
14 
12 
27 
31 
16 



P 2 Mar. 32 

23 May 33 

P31 May 33 

28 Nov. 34 

29 Dec. 34 
11 May 15 
20 May 36 

27 July 36 
5 Aug. 36 

23 Dec. 36 
29 July 36 
20 Oct. 37 

28 Dec. 38 



LIBUT. 



3 
8 
28 
26 
26 
31 



Nov. 37 
Dec. 37 
June 38 
Jan. 39 
Oct. 39 
Dec. 39 



17 Feb. 24 
26 June 24 
7 Apr. 14 
26 Apr. 31 
22 May 33 
28 July 36 



10 Aug. 34 

6 Sept. 34 

20 May 36 

29 July 36 

30 July 36 

19 Aug. 36 

20 Oct. 37 
3 NoY. 37 

27 Aug. 38 

28 Dec. 38 

29 Dec. 38 
26 Oct. 39 

P 16 Nov. 39 



CAPTAIN. 



3 Nov. 26 
24 May 32 

18 Aug. 36 

19 Aug. 36 
17 June 37 

P 16 Nov. 39 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



Adijutant. — ^Thomas Smales, {Lieut,) 20 Oct. 37. 
Quarter'Master. — Frederick Beckett Shaw, 24 Jan. 40. 
Surgeon, — 

Asrist.'Surg, — Edward John Burton, M.D. 11 May, 38. 



Facings Blue.'^Agent, Sir John Kirkland, No. 80, Pall Mall. 

1 Col. Doherty served at the captare of Martliiiqne in 1809, tnd Oaadaloupeia 1810. 

2 Mfg'or Perry lost an arm at Salamanca, where he tenred as a rolunteer. 

8 Captain Abbott served with the expedition to New Orleans. Mentioned in a public despatch to Lord 
Glcnelf for gallant conduct whilst in command of an ezpediti<m in the interior of Africa. 



260 



Yean'Senr. 



PuU 
Pay. 



28 



27 



38 



Half 
Pay. 



*]i 



3A 



28 


1 


25 


^ 


12 


22A 


20 





16 





13 





10 





8 





6 





6 





3 





4 





2 






























28 





13 





13 





34 


»ft 


1 






Cape Mounted Riflemen, 



Lieutenant'CoUmel. 

m mi Henry Somerset,* K.H. Comet, 5 Dec. 1811 ; Lieut. 30 Dec. 12; Capt. 
6 Oct. 15; Mqfor, p25 March, 23; Lieut.'CoL P17 July, 24; CoL 28 
June, 38. 

Major, 
9 Wi Wm. Burney,' K.H. Ens, 28 April, 08 ; Lieut, 1 May, 10 ; Capt. p2 June, 
14; Jlf<{;0r, 6 Sept. 27. 



Captains. 

Pierce Lowen, K. H.^ . . 
Alex. B. Armatrong^. . . . 

9CbarlesRo6s* 

Henry Crause 

Henry D. Warden 

Ja0. NeU Riflhton 



Lieutenants. 

Thomas Donovan 

Charles Peshall 

Geo. T. C. Napier 

Geo. Edw. Cannon 

Pre. T. Le Touzel | P2d Jan. 

John Rob. O'Reilly ... 
Chas. Hen. Somerset 



ENSIGN. 



19 May 99 
30 Jan. 12 
15 Mar. 10 
14 Nov. 05 
25 May 20 
10 Feb. 25 



15 Mar. 

9 Nov. 

23 Mar. 

P 1 Aug. 



Ensigns. 

William Harding 

Wellington Lowen 

Frederick Campbell .... 
Honoratius Van Ryneweld 

Charles B. Crause 

John T. Bisset 



27 
30 
32 
34 
35 
30 Apr. 37 
P 30 July 36 



LIEUT. 



P28Dec. 38 

1 Mar. 39 

2 Mar. 39 

3 Mar. 39 
27 Sept. 39 

7 Feb. 40 



25 July 05 
5 Feb. 14 
4 Nov. 13 

12 Oct. 07 

15 Sept. 25 
25 Dec 27 

16 May S9 
P 3 July 35 
P25 Aug. 37 

1 Mar. 39 

2 Mar. 39 

3 Mar. 39 
20 Sept 89 



CAPTAIN. 



13 June 11 

15 Sept. 25 
30 Apr. 37 

16 Dec. 13 

1 Mar. 39 

2 Mar. 39 



BREY.-XAJ. 



22 July aO 
28 June 38 

10 Jan. 37 



Paynuuter»-^Wm. Gunn,* 31 May, 39; Quarter-Master, 6 Oct. 12. 
AeffuiarU, — ^Thomas Donovan, (Lieut,) 20 Sept. 39. 
Quarter'Master,'-l>etMf Sigfrid Schoufeldt, 25 Dec. 27. 
Surgemu—Wm, Parrott, 20 Oct 25; Assist,-Surg, 10 March, 04 ; Hospital 

Assistant, 15 Oct 08. 
Veterinary Surffeon.^-John Kingsley, 29 March, 1839. 

Regimentals Green. — Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

1 CoL Somanet ttrrad tlia campaigns of 1818 and 14, including the battles of Vhtoria, Orthes, and 
Toolouse. 

9 M^or Bnniej serred at the capture of Isehia and Proclda in IMQ ; siege of Cadis in 1810 ; action of tiio 
Coa and 8abugal ; battle of Fuentes d*Onor ; retreat from Burgos. Served the campaign of 1814 In Hol« 
land, indodlng the action at Merzem, lK»mbardment of Antwerp, and storming of Bergen-op-Zoora. En- 
gaged in the Burmese war at the attack of Padowa Pass and the fortified position of Mahatee 9 stormlag ibm 
stocliades and hills near, and taking the town and works of Aracan. Wounded on the 10th June, 181A> at 
Quatre Bras, bj a musket shot in the left shin, and dangerously bj a ball which entered the back part of tb* 
head. 

S If ^or Lowen senred at the battle of Malda, and subsequently in Italy and the Meditemmcaa unta the 
end of the war, including the capture of Isehia and Prodda ; reduction of the lootan Islaads beiMcs a 
variety of other desultory serricn. 

4 M^or Armstrong serred at the capture of Genoa in 1814, and subsequently in the American war, Ib> 
eluding the capture of Washington, attack before Baltimore 18th Sept. 1814; and on New-Orleans, 8th Jan. 
1818, where he was wounded and taken prisoner. Present when Gn^iam's Town was attacked by about ten 
thousand Caffefs, 28d April, 1810, and who were repulsed with great slaughter by three hundred men onder 
the command of Col. Wtllshire. 

8 Capt. Ross served in the Peninsula, firom I8I0 to 1818, Including the siege of Cadli ; first siege of Ba- 
d^foi ; action at Fuentes de Ouinalda ; siege of Cindad Rodrigo ; second siege of Bad^oa; battle of 8al»> 
manca, and capture of Madrid. 

Paymaster Ounn senred in Calabria in 1806 ; was present at the battle of Maida and taklag of Oatfsna ; 
•enred tha campaign of 1807 in Egypt, Including the attack on the forts and heighu of Alasaadrla on iha 
10th, 90th, 81st March ; siege of Rosetta, actions of El Hsmet 90th and 91st April, and was flierv taken 
prisoner ; served the campaigns of 1814 and 16 in Holland and the Netherfauuls, including the aetiosia of Um 
ISth January and 9d Pabnmry, and the bombardment of Antwerp. 
260 




30 


A 


43 


3 


23 
24 


!« 


11) 
10 
14 


1 

14^ 


12 


15J( 


11 
7 

8 


21^ 


2 





2 





I 





2 





31 





1 






Royal Newfoundland Veteran Oompaniee. 

Mqjor, 

9 Wi Robert Law/ K.H. En*. 8 June, 1809; I^eu^. 27 May, 11 ; Ca»*. p 18 
Oct. 21 ; Mqjar, P29 Aug. 34. 



Captains. 

9 William Sail, K.H.> . . 

Bar. Jeffares' 

William Bindon 

LiBUTENANTS. 

Richard Saunders 

Jas. Parsons Berry^ . . . , 
Fred. Nepean Skinner . . 
J. Hunt (Acting Pajmaitor) 

9 William Mason ^ 

Hector Munro * 

John Nicholls 

EirsiONB. 

William Jenkins 

John Fletcher 

John Qillespie 



EXSIUN. 



LIEUT. 



80 Oct. 

P 15 Feb. 

21 Mar. 



94 
10 
00 



4 Nov. 09 

8 Jan. 07 

36 Mar. 12 

11 Dec. 12 

23 Feb. 09 

6 Sept. 11 

P 12 Feb. 18 



26 Nov. 04 

4 Mar. 12 

19 May 08 

25 Oct. 10 

26 Jan. 08 
25 Aug. 14 

9 Apr. 15 

19 Mar. 12 

20 May 13 
7 Dec. 38 



CAPTAIN. 



9 July 

11 Aug. 

8 Apr. 



03 
25 
25 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 

4 June 14 
28 June 38 
28 June 38 



23 Feb. 38 

4 Jan. 39 

31 May 39 

Adjutant, 
Wm. Jenkins, {Etu,) 5 July, 39. 

Surgeon. 
John Freeborn Pink, 10 Nov. 37 ; Aisist,'Swg. 27 April, 20 ; Hotp.'Aaist. 9 
July 09. 

Atsittant-Surgean. 
WiUiam SaU, 10 May, 39. 

Facings Bine.-— Agent^ Sir John Kirkland, No. 80, Pall Mall. 

1 yiaiOT Law Joined the armj in Spain u a volunteer in 1808. and was attached to the 7lBt regiment ; 
ienred with it in action at Lugo, on the retreat to, and at the battle of Corunna ; senred at the siei;e of 
Fliuhind, and the subsequent occupation of Walcheren ; twice wounded by musket balls at Fuentes d'Onor, 
3d and 5th Maj, 1811 } severely wounded on the advance to Toulouse 21 March, 1814; continued uninter^ 
naptedly on service with his regiment (the 71st) in Portugal, Spain, and France, until the separation of the 
army at Bourdeaux in 1814 ; embarked in July, 1814, for New Orleans, but was recalled and sent to Bel- 
gium ; was present with his refflment at Waterloo in Sir Frederick Adam's brif^ade, where he was very 
sever«»ly wounded by a cannon shot, which also killed his horse ; served subsequently three years in France 
with the army of occupation. Mi^or Law has served fifteen years in the Colonics since the Peace. 

2 Col. Ball served at the taking of Haldonado and Monte Video in 1807 ; and in the Peninsula, from 1813 to 
the end of the war, and was present at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. Brevet Lieut.'CoI. 
SS July, 1630. 

S Hi^or Jcflhres was engaged at New Orleans, 8th Jan. 18Ift, and subsequently at the capture of 
Ouadaloupe. 

4 Uent. Berry servad nearly five years with the army in Sicily, and was present at the taking of the islands 
of Ischia and Procida. Served on board the Weazle Brig, cutting out gun-boats on the coast of Calabria 
In 1811. 

A Lieut. Mason served in the Peninsula, and was severely wounded in the right hip at the battle of the 
Nivelle. Served also in the American war, and was severely wounded at Niagara; in the right arm, where 
the ball still remains ; in the neck, and seven buck shot wounds in the breast, and also one in the left arm. 

Lieut. Munro served in the American war, was present in the action at Prescot, Chrystler's Farm, and 
Plattsburgh, besides various skirmishes. 



Years' 8erv.| 


Pull 

P»y- 


Half 
P»7. 


26 
34 


10^ 




Provisional Battalion at Chatham. 



Lieutenant' Colonel. 
9 Thomas Weare,! K.H. Ent. 14 Sept. 04; LieuU 25 June 05; Captain^ 19 
April 1810; Brev.-Maj. 21 June 13; Eegtl-Mcffor, 1 June 26; Brevet- 
Lieut.'Col. 22 July 30; Regtl'Lieut.-Col. 13 Apr. 38. 

Surgeon. 
Samuel Ayiault Piper, M.D. 20 Feb. 23; AsetH.-Surg. 27 Dec. 06. 

Agenty Sir John Kirkland. 

1 Colonel Weare served with the British and Russian army in Italy In 1805 ; In Egypt, in 1807, against 
the Turks, including the second attack on Rosetta, the capture of guns and camels on the right bank of 
the Nile, and the retreat to Alexandria ; at the reduction of the Islands of Ischia and Procida In 1800 ; at 
the taking of the Ionian Islea in 1800 and 10; and during the siege of Santa Maura as an acting Engineer 
Officer ; m the Peninsula during the campaigns of 181 S, 18, and 14, including the severe aflUr at Villa 
Morlel, the whole retreat from Burgos, the advance of 1813, aflhir of Osmm, battle of Vittoria, both avaults 
and daring the whole siege of Saa Sebastian, battle at tba Nlvalle, and sone of the aflhirt at the Mayor's 
Boose in front of Bidart on the Bayonne road. 

261 X 



Royal Malta Fencible Regiment. 

ColoneL 

Count Francis Rivarola, K.C.H. Ens. 4 April, 1795 ; Lieut. 21 Feb. 98 ; Cajpt. 
18 Mar. 04; A/oior, 6 Feb. 07; Lieut.-Col. 7 March, 11 ; Col. 19 July, 21 j 
Major-Gen. 22 July 30. 

Zftgw/.- Co/one/. 
• Marq. Guiseppe de Piro, C.M.G. 29 Dec. 37. 

Captains. 
Francisco Bussiett, 11 Feb. 22. 
Giovanni Gouder, 24 Jan. 25. 
Paolo Ellul, 15 Jan. 27- 
James Galland, 29 Jan. 36. 
Carlo Cutaiar, 17 Feb. 38. 
Paolo Camilleri, 9 Feb. 38. 

Lieutenants. 
Vincenzo Bonavita, 25 Jan. 25. 
Salvatore Calleja, 25 April, 25. 
Mederico de Marchesi Alessi, 15 Jan. 27. 
Antonio Maltei, 15 Jan. 27. 
GugUelmo Petit, 17 Feb. 37. 
Salverio Gatt, 31 July, 37- 
Felice Rizao, 27 Oct. 39. 

EnsigTiS. 
Giuseppe Gouder, ditto. 
Georgio Virtu, 30 Dec. 34. 
Nicola Metrovich, 17 Feb. 37. 
William Gatt, 31 July, 37. 
Guiseppe Cavarra, 9 Feb. 38. 
Guiseppe Sesino, 27 Oct. 39. 

Paymaster. 
Vincenzo Rizzo, 25 Feb. 17- 

AdjiUant. 

• Salverio Gatt. ^Lieut.) 

Quarter-McLSter. 

* Paolo Salamone, 25 Jan. 39. 

Surgeon. 
J. Montanaro, 3 Aug. 38. 

Assistant-Surgeon. 
Michelo F. Camilleri, M.D. 3 Aug. 38. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

6 Col. HamlltoD lerred Uie campaign of 1790 in Holland, and wai present in the different battlee; 
with the expedition to South America, Includinf the attack on Buenoi Ayres, and all the tkinnkhea 
which took place before and after that ercnt ; in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, including IW 
batUet of BoleiB, VImiera, and Corunna. Benerelj wounded (loft a leg) in action at Fluabii^ 7lk 
Aug. 1800. 

Col. Decpard lerred at the siege and storm of Chumeer, (receifed a c<MitnsiOD on nooating tb* 
bieacli,) and three otlier forts in the East Indies, in 1807 ; siege of Gunourie ; campaign against the 
Seiks in 1806 and ; campaign of 181 7 and 18 in the Deccan, including the battle of Jubbolpore. 

7 Col. FUoonar's serriees :— first Egyptian campaign; campaigns of 1806-6 in Italy, inclodiag 
battle of H alda, alege of Scylla, and capture of Catrone. Second EKyptian campaign, including the 
siege of Roietta, and action at El Hamet. Campaign of 1814. in Holland, including action at Menuas 
and bombardment of Antwerp. Campaign of 1815, In Flanders. Besides the above, variotM othir 
desultory serrlcet and skinnislies. Medal for terrioes In Egypt. 

8 Colonel Harrey serred the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has received the medal* 

Paymaster Leech serred In the Peninsula from Jan. 1818 to the end of the war, Indodlng 
the Passage of the Bldaasoa, the battles of NlveUc 10th Not., and Ntre 0th, 10th, 11th, and ISth* 
Dec. 1813, and blockade of Bayonne ; also at the escalade of BooJ BooJ in Cutch, Mskich, 1918, aad 
at the siege of Rhas-el-Khyma, and of Zoa in the Persian Oulf in 1810 and 90. 

10 Lieut. Graham's serrices :— Expedition to South America in 1807, includiuf the attack on Pwai w s 
Ayres ; campaign and battle of Corunna ; and subsequenUy in the Peninsula, including the actkias at 
Barba del Puereo, of the Coa, near Almeida ; battle of Busaoo ; actions ai Redinha (woondedX Salia> 
gal ; battle of Puentos d'Onor ; sieges of Cludad Rodrigo and Badi^os ; battle of Salamanca, and 
Buiaeroat skirmishes. Wounded on the 16th Juaa at Waterioo. Serred also at Bhurtpore in IM9. ' 

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Tmpeeting Field Officers. 

9 Alured Dodsworth Faunce,» C.B. Ens. 2 Dec. 1795 ; LiefU. 13 Oct. 96; Capt. 

6 Aug. 1803; Mqjor, 14 Feb. 11 ; JBrevet-Lieut.-Col. 29 Sept. 14; Lieut.- 

Col. 24 Jan. 22 ; Col. 6 May, 31. 
9 John Fred. Ewart," C.B. Bns. 1 Nov. 1803 ; Lieut, 10 Mar. 04 ; Capt. 17 

April, 06 ; Mqjor, 29 Oct. 12 ; Lieut.-Col. 15 Sept. 14 ; Col., 10 Jan. 37. 
9 Edw. Fleming,»C.B. JSru. p24 June, 02 ; Lieut. p6 July, 04 ; Capt. 30 May, 

07 ; MqjoTy 1 April, 13; Lieut.-CoL P18 July, 16; Col. 10 Jan. 37. 
9 George Dean Pitt,* K.H., Ens., 4 June, 1805; Lieut., 5 Dec. 05; Capt., 10 

Aug. 09; Mqjor, 13 Jan. 14; Lieut.-Col., P18 Apr. 22; Col., 10 Jan. 37. 
9 Nicholas HamUton,* K. H. Ens. 15 June. 1796 ; Lieut. 9 Dec. 96 ; Capt. 26 

June, 03 ; Major, 18 June, 12; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 27 May, 25; Co/. 28 June, 38. 
iBB Charles King, K.H. Comet, 9 May, 1805 ; Lieut. 30 Jan. 06 ; Capt. 18 Fteb. 

13; Afqjor, 2 June, 25 ; Lieut.-Col. p 18 Oct. 27. 
Henry Despard,^ Ens. 25 Oct. 1799; Lieut. 25 June, 03; Capt. p19 Not. 06 ; 

Mqfor, P 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Col. P13 Aug. 29. 
Cheeborough Grant Falconar,^ K.H. Ens. Pi Sept. 95; Lieut. 1 Nov. 99; Capt. 

20 Dec. 05; Brevet-Major, 12 Aug. 19; Regtl.-Mqjor, p26 June, 23; Xieu^.- 

Co/. P22 Oct. 25; Col. 28 June, 38. 
Bissell Harvey ,8 K.H. Cornet, p9 Nov. 97 ; Lieut. 24 Feb. 04 ; Capt. 11 April, 

11 ; Brecet'MqJor, 16 May, 18; Brevet- Lieut. -Col. 10 Jan. 37. 

Paymasters. 
Francis Wemys, 25 May, 1811. 

Nicholas Maunsell, 21 Aug. 1813 ; Ens. 27 Apr. 09; Lieut. 2 Nov. 09. 
Hen. Benj. Brisco Adams, 16 Feb. 1819. 
Edward Edmonds, 5 Sept. 1803. 

9 Richard JelKcoe, 24 Feb. 1814 ; 2nd Lieut. 17 June 07. 
9 John Woodgate, 25 June, 1829; Ens. 17 Oct. 05; Lieut. 11 Feb. 08; Capt. 

20 Feb. 12. 
Henry Balthaser Adams, 30 Oct. 1828 ; Ens. 23 Feb. 15 ; Lieut. 12 June, 17 ; 

Capt. 17 Sept. 25. 
9 Francis Edward Leech," 19 Nov. 1807. 
Hugh Percy Forster, 10 June, 1824 ; Ens. 24 July, 11 ; Lieut. 14 Dec. 15. 



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05 


9 Oct. 


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27 


28 Mar. 


34 


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7 Jan. 


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7 Oct. 


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17 Mar. 


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22 Nov. 


27 


22 Oct. 


12 


24 Mar. 


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31 Dec. 


39 


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24 Feb. 


32 



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28 July 


03 


4 Aug. 


09 


25 Dec. 


35 


29 Jan. 


36 


10 Feb. 


37 


24 Feb. 


37 


14 July 


37 


31 Dec. 


39 


24 Jan. 


40 



Adjutants. 

Thomas Shields 

John Maguire 

9 9B William Graham i° 

9 ^2ft James Hope 

9 James White 

Philip Henry Despard 

Robert M<Nalr 

Thomas Dagg 

Denis Hanson 

1 Colonel Paunee wnred in Holland In 1799, and was present at the actions of the 2nd and 0th Oct In 
1805 aoeompenled the aiinj to Hanorer. In 1807 served in Zealand, and waa at the siege and capture of 
Copenhagen. In 180S senred with the army under Sir John Moore, first at Oottenburgh, and afterwards 
throaghout the operations in Portugal and Spain. In 1809 served with the army In the Scheldt. Served 
in the Peninsula from Nov. 1810 to Feb. 1813, including the storm and capture of Badi^ox (wounded in the 
thigh), and battle of Salamanca. Served also in the American war, including the battle of Bladensburgh 
and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and operations before New Orleans in 1814 and 15 ; se- 
verely wounded 8th Jan. 1815. Medal for Salamanca. 

2 Colonel Ewart aecompanled the Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807. Served in the Peninsula In 1808 
and 9 nnder Sir John Moore, and was wounded at Vimicra. Accompanied Expedition to the Scheldt. Served 
with the Light Division in the Peninsula from March 1811 to December 1912, including the battles of Puentea 
d'Onor, and Salamanca ; and the sieges of Cindad Rodrigo, and Bad^jos (wounded). Served in the West 
Indies from 181S to 1816 inclusive, and was at the capture of Ouadaloupe. Served In the East Indies from 
March 1819 to February 1823, and was employed as a Brigadier at the siege of Asseerghur. 

3 Col. Fleming served In Calabria in 1806; at the capture of Alexandria, and attack on Rosetta in Egypt 
In 1607; in the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1806, 9, 10, and 11, and waa present at the battles of 
Talavera (27th and 28th July 1809), and Albuhera, at which last he was severely wounded. Served in the 
West Indies, and with the expedition to the Southern States of America, in 1815. 

4 Col. Pitt served at the capture of the DanUh West India islands in 1807 ; and of Martinique In 1800. 
Served also in the Peninsula from Jan. 1811 to Jan. 1814, including the battle of Albuhera^ actions at 
Uaagre and Almarez ; siege of Badi^oz ; battles of Vittoria, Pampelnna, and the Pyrenees. 

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Full 

37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

37 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

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35 

35 

35 

35 

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Captains. 

9 Philip Warren Walker 78.. 

2 9 Alexander Maclachlan 79 
a,B. 9 Charles Blachley 80. . . . 

4 9 im A. MacdonaldC.B.81 

3 9 Uassel Richard Moor 82 
1 Ueniy Geo. Jackson 83 ... . 
6 Edward Sabine 84 

H.B. 9 William Dunn 85 

6 Zacb. Clutterbuck Bayley86 
8 Edwin Cnittenden 87 .... 
8 9 $2li James Sinclair 88 . . 

5 James Gray 89 

1 James Fof^b 90 

H.B. 9 Hon. Wm. Arbuthnot 91 
H. B. 9 Henry Blachley 92 .... 
8 J as. Archibald Chalmer 93 

5 9 JSlWL Forbes Macbean94 . . 

3 San Wm. Henry Stopford95 

4 Lloyd Dowse96 

1 9 George John Belson 97. . 

2 Peter Desbrisay Stewart 98 

3 Robert Franck Romer .... 

6 Rich. Carr Molesworth 99 . . 

4 Francis RawdonChesney 100 
3 9 jfiaH William Bell 101 .. 

7 George Brodie Fraser .... 
H.B. 9 Wi Matthew Louisl02.. 

2 9 Thomas GranthamlOS .. 

7 Francis Haultain 

3 John Gordon 104 

Sy ^11 W. Brereton c.b. k.h. 105 

79 Poole VallanceyEnglaDdl06 
6 Irwine Whitty 107 

6 Hen. Lewis Sweeting 108 . . 

5 9 Frederick Wright 109 .. 

8 9 Jas.HumphreysWoodllO 

3 William Ernst Jackson . . 

9 9 Basil RobinsonHeron 111 
9 George Dumford 

1 Charles Dalton 114 

2 Jas. Robert Colebrookell5 

4 Rich. Bume Rawnsley .... 
2 9 Wm. Augustus RaynesllO 

391BRich.Hardinge,K.H.117 

5 Joseph Hanwell 

7 Itobert Andrews 

5 Edmund SheppardllS .... 

3p Walter Elphinstone Lockl 19 
H.B.^ffi Philip Sandilands 120 

5 Browne Willis 

6 Benj . Hutcheson Vaughan 
9 Thomas Gordon Higgins • . 
9 9!9A Amherst Wright 12) . . 

B . 8. S&2I T. F. Strangways 122 . . 

6 John Harbridge Freer .... 

7 Arch. White Hope 



2d LIEUT. 



ISt LIEUT. 



3 Dec. 03 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

22 Dec. 03 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

14 Jan. 04 
9 June 04 

ditto 
18 June 04 
16 July 04 
10 Aug. 04 

ditto 

15 Sept. 04 
ditto 

29 Sept. 04 
ditto 
ditto 
9 Nov. 04 
ditto 
ditto 

23 Nov. 04 
14 Dec. 04 

ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
10 May 05 
ditto 
ditto 

12 July 05 
9 Aug. 05 

13 Sept. 05 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

1 Nov. 05 

1 Mar. 06 

21 Mar. 06 

ditto 

25 Apr. 06 

23 May 06 

ditto 

1 July 06 

ditto 

ditto 

4 Oct. 06 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

18 Dec. 06 

ditto 

4 April 07 

ditto 



CAPTAIN. 



6 Dec. 03 

ditto 
1 Mar. 04 
1 May 04 

ditto 

ditto 
20 July 04 

ditto 

27 July 04 
29 July 04 

15 Nov. 04 

20 Dec. 04 

21 Dec. 04 
ditto 

18 Feb. 05 

1 Mar. 05 
20 May 05 

2 July 05 

3 July 05 

6 July 05 

7 July 05 

16 July 05 

17 July 05 
20 Sept. 05 

2 Dec. 05 

3 Dec. 05 

28 Dec. 05 

29 Dec. 05 
23 Feb. 06 

1 June 06 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

3 June 06 

22 Oct. 06 

ditto 
19 Dec. 06 

14 Jan. 07 

15 Oct. 07 
1 Feb. 08 

ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



BREVBT- 
MAJOR. 



1 June 12 
17 June 12 

21 June 12 
1 Oct. 12 

I Dec. 12 
31 Dec. 12 

24 Jan. 13 

22 July 13 
28 Aug. 13 

25 Oct, 13 
14 Feb. 14 

1 May 14 

4 Oct. 14 

20 Dec. 14 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

1 Apr. 15 
16 May 15 

21 May 15 
ditto 

23 May 15 
20 June 15 

ditto 
3 July 15 
1 Aug. 15 

26 Oct. 15 

28 Oct. 15 
7 June 16 

5 Aug. 16 
30 Sept. 16 

II Mar. 17 
23 Oct. 18 

1 May 19 

22 Apr. 20 

11 May 20 

29 July 20 

6 Nov. 20 
6 Aug, 21 

30 Dec. 22 

31 Dec. 22 

12 June 23 
26 June 23 
17 July 23 

ditto 
26 Nov. 24 

2 Mar. 25 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

12 Dec. 26 
1 April 27 
5 July 27 



22 July 30 

ditto 

ditto 
18 June 15 
22 July 30 

ditto 
10 Jan. 37 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

2 Dec. 36 

10 Jan. S7 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
21 Jan. 19 
10 Jan. 37 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
28 June 38 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 



267 



Yean'Serv. 



Royal Regiment of Artillery, 



Pull 
Pay. 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

32 

32 

32 

32 

32 

32 

31 

31 

32 

81 

30 

31 

31 

31 

32 

80 

32 

80 

30 

32 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

31 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

20 

29 

2d 

28 

27 

27 

27 

26 

26 

27 

26 

26 

25 

85 

25 

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4 
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7 
8 
6 


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2 

8 

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H.B. 

5 

9 
5 
6 
8 
2 
7 
8 

H.B. 
5 
5 

1 

o.c. 
8 
7 

4 



Captains. 

John Lewis Smith 

9 John Eyre 123 

Charles Otway 

9 WilUam £lgeel24 

John Morse Stephens 

JSSSi William Lemoine 

James Smith Law 

jfiaH W. C. Andersonl25 . . . 
9 Charles Manners 126 ... 

Reynolds Palmer 

John Rom. Homsby 

Andrew O. W. Schalchl27 . 
Richard Say Armstrong 128. 

Mark Evansl30 

9 John Pascoe 131 

Qeorge Temp. Rowland . . . 
9 George SpUlerl32 

8 J. N. Colquhoun 133 
Anthony R. Harrison 134. 

Qeorge Charleton 135 

Richaid KendaU 136 

8 Henry Richard Wright 137 
Edward Jacob Bridges 138 
9 William Henry Bent 139. 
Second Captains. 

Robert Clarke 

9 Wm. Fumeaux 140 

8 Hugh Morgan 141 
5121 Fr. Warde 142 

9 9:B W. B. Ingilbyl48 . . . 

Wi T. Or. Caterl44 

Henry Pester 145 

Henry Stanwayl46 

Robert William 8toryl47 . 

9 Henry Sladel48 

George Gay ton Palmer 149 . 

9 George James 150 

Charles Henry Nerett 

James Howell 

9 W. Hudson Lawrenoel5l . 
V 9IBJ. Bloomfield 152 ... 

SIB Edward TreTorl53 

Richard Robinson Drew . . . 

9 Henry Palliserl55 

9 Arch. Macbean 156 

Harry Gough Ord 

Hugh R. Gillespie 157 

Robert Long GarBtin 

S9B John Alexander Wilson. 
Charles Robert Dickens 158. 

Richard Tomkyns 150 

Henry WilllamslOO 

William Greenwood 

9 Eran MorganlOl 

lEB R. G. B. Wil8onl62 . . . 
Ha Borke Cuppage 168 ... 

Robert Bum 

i2i R. B. Bumaby 164 . . . 

John H. Griffin 165 

Thomas A. Lethbridge 

John Somerville 



866 



2nd LIEUT. 



10 
1 

8 
8 

17 



2 
1 

6 



1 
26 



21 

4 
1 

1 
5 
6 
4 
20 
5 

2 
28 



13 
12 



11 
17 



June 07 
ditto 
July 07 
ditto 
Oct. 07 
ditto 
Not. 07 
ditto 
ditto 
Dec. 07 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
April 08 
ditto 
ditto 
May 08 
June 08 
ditto 
July 08 
ditto 
ditto 
Oct. 08 
Not. 08 

ditto 
ditto 
Dec. 08 
Mar. 00 
April 00 
ditto 
May 09 
June 09 
Nov. 09 
Dec. 09 
Dec. 09 
Mar. 10 
ditto 
April 10 
AprUlO 
ditto 
June 10 
ditto 
ditto 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 11 
ditto 
ditto 
Sept 12 
ditto 
ditto 
Dec. 12 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
July 18 
ditto 
ditto 



l6T. LIEUT. 



1 Feb. 08 
11 Feb. 08 

5 Mar. 08 
20 May 08 

5 June 08 

ditto 
16 July 08 

1 Aug. 08 

24 Sept. 08 
1 Oct. 08 

15 Jan. 00 
10 Mar. 09 

22 Mar. 09 
1 May 09 

29 July 00 

10 Sept. 00 

7 Not. 09 

8 Sept. 10 

27 Oct. 10 
29 Oct. 10 
80 Oct. 10 

20 Dec. 10 
14 Mar. 11 

11 Aug. 11 

12 Aug. 11 
18 Not. 11 

7 Feb. 12 

8 Mar. 12 

9 April 12 

16 April 12 

16 June 12 

21 July 12 
18 Mar. 13 

23 July 13 
1 Oct. 13 

25 Oct. 13 

17 Dec. 18 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

17 Dec. 18 
10 Feb. 14 

18 Feb. 14 

28 July 14 
20 Dec. 14 

ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

29 Dec. 14 
ditto 

20 May 15 

22 May 15 

23 May 15 
20 June 15 

ditto 

ditto 

28 June 15 

28 Oct. 15 

17 Not. 15 

9 Dec. 15 



CAPTAIN. 

6 Not. 27 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
31 Dec. 28 
6 Not. 27 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
11 July 20 
6 Not. 27 
27 Oct. 29 

6 Not. 27 
ditto 
80 June ^ 
8 July 30 

22 July 90 
ditto 
ditto 

6 Not. 30 
27 May 31 

20 June 31 
26 Aug. 31 

3 Sept. 31 

26 Oct. 81 

27 Oct. 31 
2 Feb. 82 

7 Feb. 82 

23 June 89 

13 July 88 

27 Sept. as 

28 Dec 88 

8 Feb. 88 

7 May as 
1 Aug. 83 

17 Oct. 88 
ditto 

21 Not. 88 
17 Dec. 83 

28 Jan. 84 
10 Feb. 84 

8 July 84 
20 July 84 

14 Aug. 34 
98eptS4 

81 Not. 84 
80 Dec. 84 

29 Dec 84 



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Rayal Regiment of Artillery, 



Second Captaixb. 



4 
1 
3 
3 
2 
3 
9 
8 
6 
3 
4 
7 
3 
8 
3 
1 
7 
6 
2 
9 
9 
4 
5 
4 
6 
4 
6 
3 
4 
8 
9 
3 
4 
5 
7 



R. Long. Cornelius 

Lewis Edward Walsh . . . . 

$2i Wm. H. Hennis . . 

Fred. Aug. Griffiths 

Sir H. Chamberlain, Bart, 

Daniel Thomdike 

Francis Holcombe 

Harry Stow 

William Fraser 

Charles (Jostling 

Charles Henry Mee 

Theophilus Desbrisay . . . . 

William John Stokes 

Chas. Bertie Symons 

Wilkinson L. Kaye 

Tho. Congreve Robe 

John Dyson 

Geo. Mark Glasgow 

Richard Basset 166 

Wm.W. D'Arley 

Edm. Neal Wilford 

John Tylden 

Wm. Hen. Pickering . . . . 

William Dixon 

William Stewart 

J. Wheeler Collington 

William Bemers 

Richard Shepherd 

Geo. Hooton Hyde, 

Thomas Peters Flude 

John Morris Savage 

James Smith Cremer 

Wm. Young Fenwick . . . . 

Francis Weller 

Thomas KnatchbuU 

7 J. Humphrey St. John 

7 Rich. James Dacres 

Chas. Wm. Winglield .... 

Alexander Tulloh 

J. Sidney Farrell 

John Knowles 

Henry Poole 

Henry O'Brien 

Arthur Gossett 

Samuel J. Skinner 

Robert Luard 

Henry Geo. Teesdale 

John Gore 

Noel Thomas Lake 

Piercy Benn 

John Deschampe 

George Burroughs 

Wm. Mehi Smith 



8 
7 
4 
2 
8 
1 
6 
6 
6 
5 
1 
2 
2 
8 
1 
9 



6 Tho. Ackers Shone 



First Libutbnants. 

1 G^ige Rogers 

9 James Turner 

G.c. Ashton Ashton Shuttleworth 

1 Geo. Wm. Bingham 

H.B. John Edward Dupuis 

4 John Low 



2N0 LIEUT. 



iBT LIEUT. 



CAPTAIir. 



5 July 13 

ditto 
13 Dec. 13 

ditto 
1 May 15 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

10 July 16 
ditto 

11 Dec. 15 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

16 Dec. 16 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

7 July 17 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

15 Dec. 17 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

8 July 18 
ditto 
ditto 

5 Oct. 18 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

23 Oct. 18 

8 Dec. 19 

ditto 
8 Dec. 19 
5 July 20 
3 Feb. 21 
1 Aug. 21 
15 Dec. 21 
1 June 22 
11. July 22 



18 June 24 
15 Nov. 24 
10 Dec. 24 
26 Dec. 24 
13 Feb. 25 
28 Feb. 25 



4 July 16 
13 July 16 

1 Aug. 16 
8 Oct. 16 

1 May 19 

8 May 19 

9 Nov. 19 
26 Dec. 19 

5 Mar. 19 
22 April 19 

11 May 19 

12 May 19 

2 April 21 

2 Dec. 21 
1 May 22 

30 Dec. 22 

11 Aug. 23 
15 Nov. 24 
26 Nov. 24 
10 Dec. 24 

3 Jan. 25 

13 Feb. 25 
9 April 25 

29 July 25 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
29 Aug. 25 
1 April 26 
10 July 26 

ditto 
13 Dec. 26 

1 Feb. 27 

2 Feb. 27 
2 Mar. 27 
1 April 27 

12 May 27 
26 May 27 

8 June 27 

" 5 July 27 

18 Oct. 27 

6 Nov. 27 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



ditto 
ditto 
8 Nov. 27 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



4 April 35 
6 May 35 

5 June 35 
19 Aug. 35 

2 Sept 35 

28 Dec. 35 

6 Jan. 36 
4 Feb. 36 

18 Mar. 36 

19 April 36 
27 April 36 
25 May 36 

29 June 36 

1 July 36 
12 July 36 
10 Aug. 36 

10 Jan. 37 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

19 Jan. 37 

20 Jan. 37 

27 Mar. 37 

2 June 37 
23 June 37 

12 Sept. 37 

28 Nov. 37 
ditto 

18 Dec. 37 

30 Dec. 37 
20 April 38 

11 June 38 
6 Aug. 38 

13 Nov. 88 
11 Dec. 38 

1 May 39 
16 May 39 
20 May 39 

23 May 39 
3 July 39 

10 Aug. 39 

14 Aug. 39 

11 Sept 39 

19 Oct 39 

20 Nov. 39 

24 Nov. 39 



269 



Tem^Sarr. 




Foil 
Pay. 


Half 
Pay. 






15 





8 


15 





4 


15 





6 


15 





2 


15 





O.G. 


15 





2 


15 





5 


15 





7 


15 





4 


15 





7 


15 





H.B. 


15 





9 


15 





R.8. 


15 





6 


14 





4 


14 





2 


12 





1 


13 





1 


12 





H.B. 


12 





9 


12 





H.B. 


12 





H.B. 


12 





9 


12 





2 


12 





6 


12 





7 


12 





3 


12 





H.B. 


12 





1 


12 





3 


11 





8 


11 





5 


11 





7 


11 





5 


11 





5 


11 





2 


11 





H,B. 


10 





H.B. 


10 





6 


10 





9 


10 


0. 


2 


10 





1 


10 





2 


10 





5 


10 





H.B. 


10 





B.B. 


10 





2 


9 





8 








7 


9 





B.8. 


9 





3 


9 





6 


9 





8 


9 





H.B. 


9 





1 


9 





3 


9 





4 


9 





6 


9 





6 


9 





4 


9 





4 


9 





H.B. 


9 





8 


9 





3 


9 





a.B. 



Boyal Regiment of ArtSlery, 



First Libutbnants. 



270 



Geoige Markland 

Bob^ Robertson 

JohnHUl 

Howe Curtis Beyan 

Charles Herrick Bumaby 

Wm. Fenwick WiUiams 

John Geddes Walker 

Henry Geary 

John Herbert Caddy 

Henry Joseph Morris 

Richard Mathews Ponlden . . . . 

John M'Coy 

Edw. Fitzherbert Grant 

Wm. George Chart Caffin 

John Wray MitcheU 

George John Beresford 

Rob. Fitzgerald Crawford 

John St Geoige 

William Robert Nedham 

Patrick Scott Campbell 

Augustus Henry Frazer 

Edward Charles Warde 

Alexander Ty tier 

Henry Stephen TLreman 

Henry Coope Stace 

Robert Roe Fisher 

John William Ormsby 

, Arthur Joseph Taylor 

George Maclean 

William Baird Young 

William Harrison Askwith 

Franklin Dunlop 

Francis Dick 

Alfircd Tylee 

Charles James Dalton 

William Henry Forbes 

David Edward Wood 

Harconrt Popham 

Hugh Manley Tuite 

Wm. Emerton Heitland 

George Innes 

Fred. Eardley Wilmot 

James William Fitz Mayer 

Geo. Rob. Harry Kennedy . . . . 

, Geoige Sandham 

Chas. Vansittart Cockbum . . . . 

Frederick Wodehouse 

John Henry Francklyn 

Hen. Thomas Fyers 

Gloucester Gambler 

Francis Seymour Hamilton . . . . 

Edward Walter Croflon 

Samuel PhilJp Townsend 

Him. Robert French Handcock 

Powrie Ellis 

Robert Wynter 

Henry Hotham 

Nathaniel Branson Harrison . . 

Charles Cheetham 

Gilbert J. Lane Bachanan 

Wniiam Staines Paine 

Walter Raleigh Gilbert 

Alex. Fred. William Papillon. . . 

Henry Aylmer 

George Chas. Rawdon Leringe. 



2lTD libut. 



9 April 25 

ditto 
10 AprU 25 

5 May 25 
9 June 25 

14 July 25 
29 July 25 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

16 Dec. 25 

18 Oct 26 
ditto 

19 May 28 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

6 Aug. 28 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

18 Dec. 29 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
6 Not. 30 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

17 Dec. 30 
26 July 31 

ditto 
ditto 
ditto* 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
16 Dec. 31 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



l8T LIBUT. 



12 Not. 27 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

14 Not. 27 

16 Not. 27 
ditto 

18 Not. 27 
ditto 

1 Jan. 28 

3 Jan. 88 

ditto 

30 Aprt 28 

30 June 28 
9 Dec. 28 

31 Dec. 28 
12 May 29» 

11 July 29 

12 July 29 

19 Jan. 30 
1 Mar. 30 

30 June 30 

3 July 30 

4 July 30 

5 July 30 

22 July 30 
ditto 
ditto 

5 Aug. 30 
1 Oct 30 

6 Not. 30 

25 Not. 30 

26 Not. 30 

1 April 31 

29 April 31 

27 May 31 

30 June 31 

20 July 31 

26 Aug. 31 

3 Sept 31 

4 Sept 31 

27 Sept 31 

26 Oct 31 

27 Oct 31 

28 Oct 31 

2 Feb. 32 

29 May S2 

23 June 32 

13 July 32 

31 July 32 

17 Aug. 92 
29 Aug. 92 
16 Oct 32 
23 Dec 32 

28 Dec. 32 
22 Jan. 99 

9 Feb. 93 

7 May 99 

16 July 99 
1 Aug. 99 

19 Aug. 99 

17 Oct 99 

29 Oct 99 

21 Vm, 99 
25 Not. 99 



YMn'8«rr. 



FttU 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



Half 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
d 

































































871 



Royal Artillery, 



FiBST LiBUTBNANTS. 

1 Alex. Omham Wilkinson Hamilton . 

2 William Fulfonl 

H.B. Arthur Newcomen 

1 Alexander Irring , 

6 DionyaiuB Airey , 

7 Stanley Bing Hornby , 

4 St. John Thomas Browne , 

6 Charles Bingham 

9 Henry Sebastian Rowan , 

8 J. Noble Arbuthnot Freese , 

H.B. Frederick Darby Cleaydand , 

7 Henry Murray , 

8 Charles Smith , 

8 Henry Austin Turner , 

1 Thos. Beckett Fielding Marriott 

4 Thomas Elwyn 

6 Charles James Wright 

9 Geo. Augustus Fred. Derinzy , 

6 WUliam Hamilton Elliot 

8 Peter Maclean 

3 Charles Robert Wynne , 

6 Lowry Wm. Montgomery Wynne . . . . 

H.B. Francis Ramsay , 

H.B. William Wynn Jones , 

5 Anthony Benn , 

7 Robert Miller Mundy , 

2 Charles Lionel Fitzgerald , 

H.B. Geoige Drought Warburton , 

8 Philip Reginald Cocks , 

8 Robert Morse Fyers , 

6 Richard Harvey 

5 Walter Frederick Crofton , 

9 Henry Edward Morritt , 

5 Thomas De Winton , 

5 William Thomas Crawford , 

8 Pierrepont Henry Mundy , 

8 Qeorge Edward Turner 

4 William Henderson , 

H.B. Alexander Stephen Dickson , 

9 Charles John Torrens 

8 George Carter Evelegh , 

7 William James Smyttie , 

2 David William Paynter. , 

2 George Robert Barker , 

2 Peter Pickmore Faddy 

8 Arthur Thomas Phillpotts , 

8 Hen. Rob.EardlyWilmot 

8 JohnOlphert 

1 William BetheU Gardner , 

2 Percy William Hewgill 

8 John Henry Lefiroy , 

6 Chas. Jas. Buchanan Riddell , 

8 Arthur Geoige Burrows , 

3 Molyneux Chas. Marston 

1 Edward Price 

6 Charles ColyUle Young 

9 James William Domyille 

7 3Bdwin Wodehouse 

7 George Ashley Maude 

2 John Famaby Cator 

7 John Harrey 

1 EvanMaberly 



2nd libut. 



16 Dec. 31 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
20 June 32 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

20 Dec. 32 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

21 June 33 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

20 Dec. 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

21 June 34 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

19 Dec. 34 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
18 June 35 

ditto 

ditto 



1st libut. 



17 


Dec. 


33 


22 


Jan. 


34 


10 


Feb. 


34 


10 


Mar. 


94 


8 


July 


34 


10 


July 


U 


11 


July 


34 


20 


July 


84 


14 


Aug. 


34 





Sept. 


34 


25 


Sept. 


34 


24 


Oct 


34 


25 


Oct 


34 


20 


Nov. 


34 


21 


Nov. 


34 


29 


Dec. 


34 


30 


Dec. 


34 


28 


Jan. 


35 


4 


April 


35 


6 


May 


35 


5 


June 


35 


6 


June 


35 


12 


June 


35 


19 


Aug. 


35 


2 


Sept 


35 


28 


Dec. 


35 


6 


Jan. 


36 


17 


May 


36 


18 


Mar. 


36 


19 


Apr. 


36 


27 


April 


36 


25 


May 


36 


4 


June 


36 


29 


June 


26 


1 


July 


36 


2 


July 


36 


12 


July 


36 


13 


July 


36 


10 


Aug. 


36 


10 


Jan. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 


37 


12 


ditto 


37 


28 


ditto 


37 


29 


ditto 


37 


6 


Feb. 


37 


22 


ditto 


37 


27 


Mar. 


37 


5 


Apr. 


37 


23 


June 


37 


24 


ditto 


37 



Royal Artillery. 



Yemni' Serr. 



Full 



5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



Huti 
Pmy. 




















































3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 









































FIRST LIBUTXNANTS. 



2nd LIBCT. 



1 
4 

7 

4 

2 

9 

6 

9 

3 

7 

5 

3 

9 

6 

6 

3 

3 

3 

6 

3 

6 

8 

1 

9 

4 

6 

4 

4 

1 

7 

4 

6 

9 



8 
8 
5 
9 
2 
3 
4 
6 

6 
2 
6 
9 

9 

8 
3 
6 
6 

4 
2 
4 
8 
1 
9 



Hew Graham Rosa 

William Bland 

John BuBsell Domyile 

Wm. Manley Hall Dixon 

Hon, Frederick Savile 

Hen. Wm. Montreaor 

Wm. Moffat Douglas Willan... 

Collingwood Dicl^n 

Hyde Popham Parker 

Hon, Rob. Chas. Hen. Spencer. 

Henry J. Thomas 

George Graydon • 

Anih. Oldfield 

H. Paget Christie 

Jas. B. Dennis 

Dennis W. Pack 

John Travers 

Hon. G. Talb. Devereux 

R. Blackwood. 

Ralphs. Allen 

William Swinton 

£d. William Rodwell 

Spencer Delves Brooghton 

Allan H. Graham 

John Miller Adye 

F. Alex. Campbell 

H. P. Goodenough 

Otto Bayer Mackie 

Chas. Anth. Balfour 

G. B. Shakespear 

Horace G. Alston 

Rich. H. Crofton 

Matthew Smith 



18 



18 



13 



ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Dec. 35 

ditto 

dittb 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Jane 36 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Dec. 36 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

May 37 

ditto 



1st LIEUT. 



29 
12 
26 
30 
8 
28 

29 

18 

30 

1 

23 

20 

11 

28 

6 

6 

13 

11 

1 

16 

20 

23 

3 

7 

10 
13 
14 
31 
11 
19 
20 
24 



Sbcond 

W. J. Plonkett Wade. ditto 

Murray O. Nixon 14 Dec. 

H. Lynedoch Gardiner ditto 

Benj. Bathurst ditto 

H. B. O.SaTile ditto 

R. Parker Raddiffe.. ditto 

lliomas Knox ditto 

Ch. Wright Younghus- 

band ditto 

Tho. Cromie Lyle .... ditto 
Rob. Corcyn Romer.. 16 June 

George Wilder ditto 

Charles lAwrence d'A- 

gidlar ditto 

Hugh Archibald B. 

Campbell ditto 

R. Bratton Adair ditto 

Robert Talbot ditto 

Henry Lempriere.. .. ditto 

A.Thompson 12 Mar. 

H. Clerk ditto 

W. R. Gichard ditto 

R. P. Jones ditto 

F. B. Ward ditto 

J. J. Brandling ditto 

J. Inglis Macartney . . ditto 
272 



LlBUTBNANTS. 

6 A. R. Wragge 

37 1 F. Wm. Haultain 

2 H. G. L. Cooper. 

3 T. W. Lawrence. 

7 C.Wilson 

8 F. JohnTmyers. 

3 M. C.Dixon 

7 C. F. Thomdike 

1 H. Rogers 

4 J. Tninuer 

38 8 A. C. L. Fitz R(^ 

3 B. H. Fisher 

4 G. Bnrrell 

6 B. Willis 

4 R.F. Mountain 

9 G. J.Wyatt 

9 8. Cleaveland. 

7 A. C S. Somerset. ... 
6 P. A. Morshead 

39 4 8. H. 8. Inglefldd.... 
6 Edw. Mourrier Boxer 
3 C.ScttdamoreLongden 

2 Wm. Alex. Middleton 



July 37 

Sept. 37 

ditto 37 

Oct. 37 

Nov. 37 

ditto 37 
ditto 

ditto 37 

Dec. 37 

Dec. 37 

Feb. 38 

Mar. 38 

April 38 

June 38 

June 38 

Aog. 38 

Oct. 88 

Not. 38 

Dec 88 

May 99 

May 30 

May 89 

May 80 

July 89 

July 89 

Aug. 30 

Aug. 30 

Aug. 30 

Aug. 39 

Sept. 30 

Oct. 30 

Not. 39 

Not. 30 



12 Mar. SO 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

dHto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
20 Dec. 30 

ditto 

ditto 



FIELD TRAIN DEPARTMENT. 
Dinetor General ofArtUlery, .Vili Maj.-Gen. Sir A. Dickson, GCB.KCH. 15 Mar. 36. 
Commiuary William Young, d8 Jan. 33. 



Deputy Adyutant'Oeneral* 

McQ<yr'Gen,—% 92^ Sir A. Dickson, 6.C.B. 

k, K.C.H. 10 April, 27. 

Assistant A(fjutant' General. 
Lieui.'CoL—^. £. Jones, 19th Jan. 18. 



Atyittants. 
H. B. 2nd Capt,—Jlf Hen. Pester, 28 Dee. 32. 
I. A. 2nd Lt. —Wi J. Wiglitman, 30 Ang. 34. 
7 2nd Capt—T, A. Lethbridge,22 Jan. 37. 

2nd Capt,—J, SomerviUe, 22 Jan. 37. 

2nd Capt,-^T. A. Qriffitlis,22 Jan. 37. 

2nd Capt.—'BL, Basset, 22 Jan. 37. 

2nd Capt.—J. M. Savage, 27 July, 37. 

2nd Capt.—Wim, Fumeaux, 14 Mar. 38. 

2nd Cap^— C. W. Wingfield, 23 Sept 38 



4 
3 
2 

1 
8 



Quarter-Masters, 

7 Samuel Barnes, 1 Feb. 08. 

4 William Gates, 15 Nov. 09. 

1 George Landels, 1 July, 25. 

5 Alexander Barker, 27 Affrl, 26. 

2 A. Fortune, 26 July, 27. 

3 William Matthews, 25 July, 31. 

6 James Fife, 10 Sept. 32. 



8 William Porter, 25 Sept 32. 

9 Thpmas Hendley, 23 Jan. 34. 
H. B. J. Alexander, 26 Aug. 36. 

Veterinary Surgeons, 
Charles Percivall, 23 April, 18. 
James Burt, 1 June, 07. 
William Stockley, 24 April, 05. 

Chaplaitis. 
Matthew R. Scott, 10 April, 37. 
Geoige Baily Tuson, B.D. 1 April, 30. 

Company of Gentlemen Cadets, 
Captain, — ^The Master-Gen. of the Ordnance. 
2nd CapU'-^SBi Richard Beaumont Bumaby, 

9 Sept 34. 
1st Lieut, — ^Ashton Ashton Shuttleworth, 8 

Not. 27. 
\st X^— Cha. Herrick Bumaby, 14 Nov. 27. 

Riding-House Estahliskment, 
Lieut, Col. — Richard Jones, 31 Dec. 28. 
1st Lieut,— Bemy Philips, 31 July, 35. -, 

Comet 7th Hussars, 25 March 28. 
1st Lieut, — Alexander M'Pherson,l Jan. 36. 



COMMANDING OFFICERS OF ARTILLERY AND ENGINEERS AT HOME 

AND ON FOREIGN STATIONS. 



Norlh4m 
Eastern , 
Kent . . 



8u»i€X . . 
tS4futh West 
Western , , 
JeresM , , 
Q'wemMy . 
North Britain 



ArtiUery, 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



^paSCoI. Sir H. D. Ron, KCB, CarUsU 

Lt.-Gefn. Bt, Hon, Lord} xo-^t^^^u 
B\waA«\A,aCBiGCH.\ ^^*'^* 
Colonel Munro, Km, , , Dover 



Engineera, 
Lt.-Col. 5ir J.M.F.Smitb,Jr^. London 

Moody .... Waltham Abbey 

Captain Tait Newcastle 

Lieut.-Colonel Tjrlden . Harwich 

Captain Rotherford . . Chatham 

a Colonel HardiniTf CB, , Woolwich 



Dover 

Exeter 

Birminifham 

Manchester 

Hull 



Colonel Forbes . . 

f QOM^IorBittciair 
S Captain Slade . . 
Juleut.-Col. Gordon . 



Portsmouth 
Devonport 



fLieut.-Col. ThoDUOB 
aptain Smyth . . 
if i^or Barry . . 
Major Riven . . 
M^jor Victor . . 

I Colonel Arnold, KH, 

, Wi Col. air Geo. Cha. Hoite, CB. 
lient-Col. Engliih 
Lieat.-Colonel Calder 
9 Blanshard, CB, 



Limerick 
Leineter , 
Ulster , 
Munster . 
Connaught 
Pigeon-house Fort 

Gibraltar . . . 
Malta .... 
Ionian latande 
West Indies , , 
Jamaica • • . • 
Canada .... 
Quebec .... 
Upper Canada 
Nova Seotia , , 
Newfoundland 
Bermuda ... 
St, Helena , , , 
Cape of Oood Hope 
Ceylon .... 
Mauritius , , , 
Bahamas . . . 
Yan Diemsn** Land 
New Somth Walee 

979 



9 Lt.-CoL Holloway, CB, Dublin 



. . LeUhFort 

IRELAND. 
fSnCol. J.Webber Smitb, CB. Dublin 
SLieat.-CoL J.MicheD, CB,Limerieh 

Cobbe . . laland Bridge f M^or ManhaU . . 

y — Hunt . . Charlemont Lieut.-Colonel Gordon 

Colonel Olirer .... BallincolUg 9 Slade . 

Birch Athlone Walker. 

Ueat-Colonel Arabin . Dublin 

FOREIGN STATIONS. 



Leineter 
Ulster Diet, 

Munster 
Connaught 



OS Lieat.-Col. Browne 
Baatord . 

9 QGt Hutcheieon 

Grant . . 

QO Redyerd . 

Colonel P. Campbell . . 

lieut.-Colonel Kirhy. 
Cubitt . . 

9Gfc Mercer . . 



z z\ 



|l Colonel Sir Cha. F. Smith, CB, 

Cardew 

Lieut.-CoIonel Brown 

M^Jor Fen wick 

M^jor Goaaet < 

HO Colonel Oldfleld, KH. 



S Lletit.-Colonel Jonea, KH. 
Lieut. Lloyd 

Lieut.-CoL Emmett 
Capt. Alexander 
Colonel Lewli, CB. 
Lleut.-Colonel Dixon 
S Colonel Fyera 
Capt. Budges 

— ^ M%|qr Kelaall 

— — 9 Barney 

Paymasters to the Ordnance Department* Meaara. Cox k Co. 



M^|oT Fraaer — 

Lieut.-Colonel Bridge . . — 

Trelawny — 

— ^— Brandreth,CB. — 

CoL W. O. Power, CB.KH. — 

— Jaa. Power .... — 

Lieut. Hornby .... — 



Nates to the Royal ArtWay. 

2 General Shrapnel served with the Duke of York's army in Flanden, and at the siege 
of Dunkirk. 

8 QeneFBl Wnlff served at the siege of Fort St Philip in Minorca in 1791 and 9; in the 
West Indies in 96, and proceeded l!rom thence to Qnebecy where he remained nntil 10th 
Sept. following, when he emharked to Join his company in the West Indies. Yolonteered 
his services with the expedition to the Hdder in 1799, under Sir Ralph Abercromby, and 
served with that anny until it returned to Bngland. 

4 Sir Wiltshire Wilson was present at the following sieges, actions, Sue — ^Valenciennes, 
Dunkirk, and Nienport in 1793; Toumay and Nieuport in 1794; Quiberon Bay in 1795; 
Ostend in 1798; Captura of St. Lucie, and Tobago in 1803; and Surinam hi 1804. 

6 Qeneral Prltchard was present at the siege and surrender of Fort Bourbon, Hartiniqne, 
in 1794, and was wounded by the bunting of a shell; was at Bass Terre,Quadaloup«, on the 
Republican troops regaining possession of the islands ; at Mome, Mascot, when attacked. 

7 General Beevor served in Flanden in 1793, 4 and 6; in Egypt in 1801 and 8 ; in Spain 
under Sir David Baird in 1808 and 9. Medal for services in Egypt. 

8 Sir James Viney has received a medal and one clasp for Rolela and Vimien, and 
Corunna. 

9 Sir Alexander Dickson was at the capture of Minorca in 1798; blockade of Malta and" 
surrender of Ia Valetta 1800; siege and capture of Monte Video, and attack on Buenos 
Ayres 1807 ; served throughout the campaigns of the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, in- 
cluding in 1800, the affair at Grigo, capture of Oporto, and expulsion of Manhal Soult 
from Portugal; in 1810, battle of Busaco and Lines of Lisbon; in 1811, affidr at Campo 
Mayor, siege and capture of 01iven9a, first and second siege of Badajoz, and battle of Alba- 
hera ; in 1812, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and capture of Badajoa, attack 
and capture of the forts at Almarez, siege and capture of the Forts, and battle of Salamanca, 
capture of the Retiro, Madrid, and siege of Buigos ; in 1813, battle of Vittoria, siege and 
capture of St. Sebastian, Passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle, and Nive ; in 1814 
passage of the Adour, and batUe of Toulouse; served in the last American war, inchidiug 
the attack on New Orleans, and siege and capture of Fort Bowyer Mobille ; present in the 
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo ; commanded battering train in aid of the Prussian 
army in the sieges of Manberg, Landredes, Phlllippeville, Marienbeig, and Rocroy. Sir 
Alexander lias received a cross and six clasps. 

10 Sir J. H. Camcross served in the West Indies from 1797 to 1801 ; at Wakhereo, 
1809 ; and in the Peninsula and France, from 181 1 to 14, including the battles of Salamanca, 
(siege of Burgos), Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse; medal for 
Salamanca, and a cross and two clasps for the other actions. 

11 General Watson served in Flanden in 1793, 4, and 6, including battles of St. Amaad, 
Faman, siege of Valenciennes, battle of lincdles, attack of Dunkirk, Lambrie, I^nnoy, 
Roubaix, Mouveaux, tec. ; present in the actions of the 90th Sept. Snd and 6th Oct. I7B0 
at the Helder; Battle of the Blue Bergh, and capture of Cape of Good Hope in 1806; at- 
tack and capture of Maldonado ; capture of Monte Video, and attack on Buenoa Ayres. 

13 Sb Thomas Downman served in Flanden in 1793 and 4, including actiooa at Gateaa, 
Lannoy, Roubaix, and was taken prisoner 18 May, 94 ; commanded a troop of hone artil- 
lery during the Corunna campaign ; served in the Peninsula tram Sept. 1810 to May 1813, 
Including siege of Ciudad Rodri^, and battle of Salamanca ; medal for Salamanca. 

13 General Evelegh served the Corunna Campaign. 

14 General Fyen served the campaigns of 1794 and 5, in Holland ; employed on the 
French coasts in mortar-ships, during 1796, 7, and 8 ; served two expeditions to the Baltic, 
and accompanied Lord Nelson to Revel, in Russia, and to attack the flotilla at Boulogne in 
1801, (wounded) ; present at Copenhagen in 1807, and at the siege of Flushing ; served the 
campaigns of 1813 and 14, in the Netheriands, including the attack on Bogen-op-Zoora. 

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15 General Hon. W. H. Gardner accompanied the expedition to Walcheren, and was pre- 
sent at the siege and capture of Flashing. 

16 General Walker served on the Continent in 1794 and 5, and received three wounds in 
the retirement of the army across the Rhine near Amheim, viz. one severely through the 
right arm below the elbow ; the others above the elbow, and in the right hip. 

17 

18 General Drummond was present at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; capture of the 
island of Walcheren, and siege of Flushing ; battle of Waterloo. 

19 Sir John May was employed afloat in bomb service from 1st Bee. 1797 to 16th April, 
1801 ; present at Copenhagen in 1807. Served in the Peninsula and France from 18th Jan. 
1809 to 26th June, 1814, including battles of Talavera, Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of 
Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz ; siege of Forts at and battle of Salamanca ; battle of Vittoria ; 
siege of San Sebastian; passages of Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive; battle of Toulouse, and 
various skirmishes ; present at Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. Sir John 
received two musket-balls through the left thigh when charging the French rear guard on 
the morning after the battle of Salamanca, and a violent contusion at Vittoria ; medal and 
three clasps. 

20 Col. Pym served hi Flanders in 1796 and 96; expedition to the Texel, 1797 ; expedi- 
tion to Naples, 1805; battle of Maida, sieges of ScyUa and Reggio in Calabria, and siege of 
Gaita, 1806; conunanded Artillery in the expedition to Egypt in 1807 ; capture of Ischia 
and Proclda, 1800 ; sieges and capture of Spezzia, Genoa, and Savona, 1814. 

21 Col. Brough was at the captures of St Luda in 1796, and Guadaloupe in 1810. 

22 Col. Bredin was at the capture of Grenada, St. Vincent, and St. Lucia, under Sir 
Ralph Abercrombie, and has served in tiie Peninsula. 

23 Col. Tounghusband served in St Domingo in 1795, and at the siege of Flashing 
in 1800. 

24 Col. Crawford was at the capture of Surinam in 1799, and Swedish and Danish islands 
in 1801, St Lucia and Surinam in 1808. Served the whole of the Corunna campaign, and 
in the last American war. 

25 Col. Smith was at the attack of Minorca in 1798 ; siege of Malta, 1800 ; defence of 
Porto Ferrajo, 1802; expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushhig; served the cam- 
paigns of 1813, 14, and 15, including battle of Vittoria, passage of Bidassoa, Nive, siege of 
8t Sebastian, and battle of Waterloo. Medal and one clasp. 

28 Col. Monro served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the action of 21st 
March, and siege of Aboukir ; expedition to Waldieren, and siege of Flushing ; in action at 
New Orleans, 2drd Dec. 1814, 1st and 8th Jan. 1815. Medal for services in Egypt 

29 Col. Cockbum was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1795 ; expedition to 
Manilla; capture of Copenhagen in 1807. 

SO Sir H. D. Ross served in the Peninsula and France from 9th June, 1809 to Feb. 1814, 
including action at Coa, battle of Busaco, actions of Pombal and Redhina (wounded in the 
shoulder) ; Cayal Nova and Foz d'Oronces, (wounded in the leg) ; Sabugal, Fuentes d'Onor, 
Aldea Ponte, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, (dangerously wounded in the head) ; 
capture of forts at Salamanca, action at Castrajon, luittle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid 
and Retiro, affair of San Munoz and St Milan, battle of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, passage 
of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive, battle near Bayonne, 13 Dec. 1813 ; battle of Waterloo, 
17th and 18th June, 1815. Cross and six clasps. 

31 CoL Birch served in Ireland during the Rebellion of 1798 ; expedition to Walcheren ; 
in the Peninsula, at Cadiz, and Seville, under Lord Lynedoch and Sir George Cook in 1810, 
11, 12, and 13. 

32 Col. Armstrong was at the capture of St Luda and Tobago in 1803 ; Surinam in 
1804 ; and at St Domingo in 1809. 

33 Col. Paterson was at Copenhagen in 1807 ; and at Walcheren in 1809. 

34 Col. Oliver served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the landing, 8th March, 
and battles of 13th and 21st March. Present at the siege of Flushing. Medal for services 
in Egypt 

35 Col. lacy served in Holland in 1799, and m Spain and France, in 1812, 13, and 14, 
including the action at Castalla, the two sieges of Tarragona, and investment of Bayonne. 

36 C(M. Campbell served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 
8th, 13th, and 21st March ; capture of Rosetta ; several afiairs on the march to, and capture 
of Cairo ; capture of Alexandria. Medal for services in Egypt. 

37 Col. Turner was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. Medal and one 
clasp for Orthes and Toulouse, and was also present at the affair of Tarbes. 

38 Colonel Cleaveland served the Kandian campaign in which the king and his territory 
were captured. 

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dQ Sir Bobert Gardiner was at the capture of Minorca in 1798. Present at the battles of 
Roliea and Vimiera ; battle of Corunna ; expedition to Walcheren ; battle of Barroaa -, cap- 
ture of Badajoz ; battle of Salamanca ; siege of Burgos ; affldr of Morales ; battles of Vit- 
toiia, Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo. Cross and two clasps. 

40 Colonel Wallace was on board the Phamix Letter of Marque when she beat cff a 
Frenah Privateer near Barbadoes m Dec. 1800. Present at the siege of Flushing in 1800, 
and at the attack of Sucketts Harbour, United States, in 1813. 

41 Colonel Richard Jones served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of Zuyp, 
Hoom, Egmont, and Limmen. Present at the capture of Paris, and with the army of occu- 
pation until 2nd Dec. 1818. 

42 Colonel John Edward Jones was employed afloat on board the bombs in 1801 and 02 ; 
commanded the artillery on board the Volcano bomb, and was present at the bombardment 
of Cronenburgh Castle, battle of Copenhagen, and bombardments of Boulogne under Lord 
Nelson. 

43 Colonel Brandreth was at the siege of Malta in 1800; bombardment of Havre-de- 
Oraoe, 1803 ; Corunna campaign ; expKMlition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing ; served 
the campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14, including the iMittles of the Pyrenees, Niv<^, and 
Toulouse. Medal and one clasp. 

44 Colonel Story was at the blockade and capture of Malta in 1800 ; capture of the 
Danish Islands St. Croix and St. Thomas; bombardment and capture of Fort Deasaiz, 
Martinique, Feb. 00 ; capture of Ouadaloupe, Feb. 1810. 

45 Colonel Hutchesson served in Holland in 1799 ; in the Peninsula and South of France 
from March 1813 to July 1814 ; Belgium and France from May 1815 to Nov. 1818, in- 
cluding the battle of Waterloo. 

46 Colonel Whinyates served in the expedition to the Helder and campaign In North 
Holland in 1799; expedition to Madeira in 1801 ; Copenhagen 1807 ; Peninsula frcm Feb. 
1810 to July 1813, including the battles of Busaco and Albuhera ; affiurs at Usagre, Aldea 
de Ponte, San Munos, attack and defeat of General Lalleman's cavalry at Ribera, and many 
other affidrs. Severely wounded in the left arm at Waterloo. 

47 Colonel John Michell served the campaign in Holland in 1799 ; in the Pentnaula and 
South of France from Aug. 1613 to May 1814, including siege of San Sebastian, passage of 
the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive, battles of Orthes, and Toulouse ; in America from May 
1814 to May 1815, including the attack of Washington and Baltimore, New Orleans, and 
other operations on the coast. Attached to the Prussian army in reducing the fortresses in 
the Netheriands. Medal and one clasp. 

48 Colonel Trelawny served in Holland in 1709 ; in the Peninsula and South of France 
from Nov. 1813 to June 1814, including the passage of the Adour. 

49 Colonel Hunt served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798 ; at Cadiz from Feb. 1810 
to Feb. 1812 ; in Belgium and France from 1814 to 1818, including the operations againfit 

the enemy in connection with the battle of Waterloo. i 

60 Colonel Nicolls served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 , including the battles of the 8th, 
13th, and 21st March : siege of Fort St Julian, investment of Giza and Alexandria, vp- 
ceived a contusion in the thigh from a cannon shot on the 13th March. Present at the 
storming of Buenos Ayres, July 1807 ; and at the siege of Flushing. Medal for services hi j 

Bgypt. 

51 Colonel Cobbe served the campaign in the West Indies in 1801^ under lient.-Ocn. 
Sir Thos. Trigge. 

52 Colonel Meroer served in South America in 1807 and 8. Present at Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo. | 

53 Colonel W. G. Power served in Spain, Portugal, and France, from 14th Oct. 1808 to 

4tfa June 1814, including battle of Talavera; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo (wounded), and j 

Badajoz, capture of French works at Almazaby : reduction of forts at, and battle of, Sala- J 

manca ; siege of Burgos (wounded) ; siege of San Sebastian 11th July to 8th Sept. 1813 ; 
passage of the Bidassoa, Nive, and Adour. 

54 Colonel Cubitt was at the battle of Maida, and siege of Scylla in 1806. Bxpeditkm to 
Walcheren 1809. 

55 Colonel Bridge served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier, and on the North-West 
side of Lake Ontario, and Burlington Heights in Upper Canada, between Jan. 1813 and 
Aug. 1814. Wounded 7th May 1813. Permitted to wear the word •* Jikigum" on 
appointments. 

56 Colonel Brown served at Walcheren in 1809. Present at Watertoo and Cattbraj. 

57 Colonel Grant served in Hanover in 1805 under Lord Cathcart 

68 Colonel Scott served in the expedition to Walcheren. and was at the siege of FlosUng. 
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Notes to the Boyal ArtUlery. 

60 Colonel Dyneley served the campaign of 1806 in Italy ; present at the battle of Maida, 
ftnd siege of Scylla, in 1806. SeiVed in the Peninsula from July, 1811, to November, 1813, 
including siege of Ciudad Bodrigo (wounded in the head) ) siege of forts at Salamanca 
(wounded in the face); heights of St. Christovel; battles of Salamanca, Tittoria, and the 
Pyrenees, besides affairs of out-posts. Engaged at Waterloo. 

00 Colonel Parker served at Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing. Served 
In the Peninsula and South of France from February, 1812, to April, 1814; including the 
battle of Yittoria; both sieges of San Sebastian; battle of Orthes; affidr at Tarbes and 
battle of Toulouse. Lost lefk leg at Waterloo. Medal for Yittoria. 

61 Colonel Darby served in Hanover in 1805, and at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807, and 
the Corunna campaign. 

03 Colonel WaJcott served the Corunna campaign. Present at Waterloo. 

63 Colonel Rudyerd served in bomb vessels on the coast of Fiance in 1804. Present in two 
battles, and the capture of a fortress in the Travancore vnir, East Indies. Present at Quatre 
BVBS and Waterloo. 

64 Colonel Cator served campaign of Walcheren and siege of Flushing. In the Peninsula 
and South of France, from 1800 to 1814, including the siege of Cadiz; lines atTbrres Yedraa 
and at Santarem ; battle of Barrosa (wounded) ; ailliir at Osma; battle of Yittoria ; affair at 
Tolosa; passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive; at four days' engagements in front of 
Bayonne. 

66 Colonel Dansey was at the sieges of Ischia, and Santa Maura. His services in the 
Peninsula, and France, and Flanders, include the following battles and sieges, viz : — Badajoz, 
Salamanca, Burgos (severely wounded), Yittoria, San Sebastian, Nivelle, Nive, besides 
▼arions actions and skirmishes. Engaged 17th and 18th June at Waterloo, severely wounded 
OB the 18th. 

66 Colonel Crawford served in the lines in front of Sobral, Portugal, in 1809 ; was at the 
capture of Genoa in 1814; served in the last American War, including the taking of Wash- 
ington, and engagements before New Orleans. 

67 Colonel Gordon accompanied the expedition to Naples, December, 1806, and occupa- 
tion of Sicily. Present at the battle of Maida, and attack and surrender of the Rock of 
Scylla in 1806. 

68 Sir Wm. Colebrooke's services. — Campaigns of 1800 and 10, in India ; expedition to 
Java in 1811, including the action of Weltyvreden; in batteries before Cornells until 
wounded (in the groin) 22d August ; and the siege and capture of Jokjakarta. Expedition 
to Palembuig, in Sumatra, 1813 ; campaign of 1817 and 18, in India, against the Pindarics 
and Mahrattas : campaign of 1818 and 10 in Southern India. Present at sieges of Ras-el- 
Kyhman and Zaya, Arab fortresses. ' 

69 Colonel King served in a Mortar-Boat in the Faro of Messina, for two months in 1810. 
Advanced into the United States with Sir George Prevosf s army, and commanded a battery 
against Plattsburgh. 

70 Colonel W. D. Jones served in the expedition to Naples in 1806; present at the attack 
and capture of Reggio Castle, In Calabria, in 1806 ; expedition to Egypt in 1807 ; in charge 
of the division of Mortar-Boats in the Faro of Messina in 1810. 

71 Colonel Dundas was at the siege of Flushing in 1809; at Cadiz in 1810 and 11 ; de- 
tached from Cadiz to Tarragona in 1811 ; wounded in right ankle at Ciudad Rodrigo, and 
most severely and dangerously at Badajoz, — ^left arm amputated, left thigh dislocated, and 
hip bone shattered. 

79 Cdonel Arabin was present in the action after the troops effected a landing at Mar- 
tinique, also at the siege of Fort Bourbon. Served in the PeninsuU and France, from March, 
1818, to Aug. 1814, including the battles of Biar and Castalla; siege and capture of Fort 
San Felipe ; and battle of Ordal. 

73 Colonel £. T. Michell was detached from Gibraltar in 1810, and conmianded a Guerrilla 
division in the Serrania de Ronda ; present at the capture of Ronda, combats of El Brosque 
and of Bornos, night attack and capture of Arcos. Commanded the Artillery with the 
force occupying Tarifa in 1810, 1811, and 1812 ; engaged in all the afihirs and operations 
at Tarifa, Yeier, Casas Yiejes, Alcal& and Medina Sidonia ; battle of Barrosa (shot through 
the shoulder) and final defence of Taiifit against Marshal Yictor. In 1812 present at 
the assault and capture of forts at, and batSe of Salamanca, combat of Castrejon, and 
many affiiirs of out-posts. Served in the Netherlands from December, 1813, to May, 
1814, at tiie capture of Merxem, investment and bombardment of Antwerp, and in the 
night-attack on Beigen-op-Zoom, conducted one of the colunms, and was severely wounded 
in several places. 

74 Colonel Cruttenden was at the capture of Guadalonpe, in 1 816 ; commanded the Emma 
troop ship when attacked by Uie Nonmeh American privateer, in the West Indies, which 
he beat off with great laea. 

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Notei to the Royal ArtiUery, 

75 Colonel F^dy, prior to entering the Royal Artillery, wa« a midBhipman on board Ae 
Atia, at the capture of the Bntch Fleet in Saldana Bay in 1705; present at the attack oo 
Fort Jerome, St. Domingo, and at the siege and capture of the City of Santo Domingo in 
1809; served in the Peninsula and France from July 1810 to June 1814, including the slegf 
of San Sebastian ; passage of the Adour, investment of, and sortie at, Bayonne, besides many 
affidrs of out-posts. 

76 Colonel Wylde served in Holland in 1818 and 14, and commanded a battery before 
Antwerp and at Bergen-op-Zoom. 

77 Major Gordon serv^ in the Peninsula and France from Kay 1819 to the end of the 
war, including sieges of Cadiz and San Sebastian, passage of Bidassoa, and Nivelle ; actions 
in front of Bayonne (10th to 13th Dec.)» battle of Or&es, occupation of Bourdeaux, and 
subsequent affairs on the Dordoyne and investment of the fortress of Blaye. 

78 Major Walker was at the capture of Flushing in 1800; present in the campaigns on 
the Frontier of Niagara in 1813 and 14. 

79 Colonel Maclachlan served hi Spain in 1813 and 14; Breve t-Uent-Col. 1 June, 99. 

80 Major Bhu:hley served in the Penhisula from July, 1809, to Dec. 1818, ineludhig 
battles of Busaco, Fuentes D'Onor, Salamanca, and siege of Buiigos. 

81 Colonel Macdonald was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806, and pro- 
ceeded from thence on the expedition to Buenos Ayres, where he was tudoe severely wounded 
and taken prisoner; served in the Peninsula and France, from June, 1809, to July, 1814, 
including the battles of Coa and Busaco; affairs of Redinha, Pombal, Condelia, and Foa de 
Roos; battles of Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca ; affidr of San Munos ; battle of Vlttoria; 
siege of San Sebastian ; battles of the Pyrenees ; affiiirs of the Gave Doltoron, and of Ayres ; 
battle of Tbulouse ; severely wounded at Waterloo ; Brevet-Lieut.-Col, 21 June, 17 ; Brevet- 
Colonel, 10 Jan. 37. 

8S Major Moor served in the Peninsula from June, 1809, to June 1819, including battles 
of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badijozj 
engaged at Castrajon, and twelve other affairs with the enemy. 

83 Colonel Jackson served in Canada from April, 1818, to Aug. 1815, including Chiyst- 
ler's Farm, and Plattsburgh ; medal for the former. Brevet Lieut-Col. 16 Aug. 90. 

84 Major Sabine served the campidgn on the Niagara Frontier in 1814, and cnminandcd 
the batteries at the siege of Fort Erie. 

85 Major Dunn served the campaign of 1805, in Italy; present at the battle of Valda, 
and capture of ScylUi Castle in 1806; expedition to Egyp^ ^ ^^7, hicluding attack of 
Alexandria, Rosetta, &c. ; battle of £1 Hamet, and taken prisoner; defence of Scylla Castle 
m 1808; served m the Penmsula in 1810 and 11, hicluduig siege of Ciudad Rodrigo; 
battles of the Coa, Busaco, Albuhera, and many otiier afiUira ; severely wounded in the 
groin by a musket-ball at Aide* de Ponte, 27 Dec 1811 ; served in America in 1814, 
hicluding the taking of Moos Island. 

86 Major Bayley was at the battle of Maida, and siege of Scylla, hi 1806 ; expedition to 
Effjrpt, and capture of Alexandria and Rosetta, hi 1807 ; capture of Ischia in 180O ; attack 
on an armed ship and gun-boats in the Bay of Scylla in 1810. 

87 Major Cruttenden served the campaigns of 1818, 14, and 15, In Upper Canada, 
including attack and reduction of Oswego. 

88 Migor Sinclair served with the ei^editlon to Zeahmd hi 1807 ; expedition to Porti^, 
and battle of Corunna; expedition to the Scheldt; served in the Peninsula and Prance 
from Feb. 1811, to Aug. 1814, hicludhig the assault on Badajos m 1812; battlea of Bala- 
manca, Vlttoria, and the Pyrenees ; pasaage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive; sortie from 
Bayonne, besides many other afiairs; present at Waterloo. 

80 Major Gray was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. 

90 Major Fogo served in America during the whole war, including tlie battfe of 
PUtshurgh. 

91 Major the Hon. W. Arbathnot was present at the passage of the Dooxo, and tlw 
battlea oi Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco. 

02 Major Blachley served hi the Penhisuk and France ftom Feb. 1812 to Aug. 1814, In- 
dudhig the siege and capture of Badi^os; afiair of Castnjon; battle of Salamanca; c^ptare 
of Madrid, and Retiro; siege of Burgos ; a&iratOama; battle of Vlttoria ; siege and eap- 
taie of San Sebastian (both operations); pasaage of the Bidassoa, and the NiveOe; actlooa 
of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Bee. 1818, hi ftont of Bayonne ; passage of the Adovr ; 
investment of, and sortie firom Bayonne; wounded in the head by a musket-ball at the 
sortie. 

93 Major Chalmer served in the expedition to Walcheren, and was at the stage « 
Flushing. 

94 Colonel Macbean was at the siege of Copenhagen hi 1807 ; lerred the Conmaa tamr 
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pilgii ; the expedition to Wakherea, and siege of Flaahlng ; present at Waterloo. Brevet 
Ueat-Golond, 16 Aug. 99. 

86 Major Stopfbrd seryed in Sontli America in 1807 and 8 ; present at Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo, (received a contusion) and the capture of Pajris. 

06 Major Dowse served at Buenos Ayres in 1807. 

97 Major Belson served in the Peninsula and France from July 1800 to July 1814, 
Snchiding the actions in front of Alameida ; battle of Busaco ; actions at Pombal ; 
Redinha; in front oty and the heights of Caza Nova; Foz de Aronoe ; Sabugal ; battle of 
Fuentes d'Onor; sieges of Cindad Bodrigo, and Badajoz; battles of Vittoria, and the 
Pyrenees; passage of the Nivelle, and Nive; battle of Orthes, and many other actions and 
tAin of ont-posts ; severely wounded at Castrajon, 18 July, 1813. 

98 Major Stewart served in Hanover in 1805, and at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807. 
90 Major Molesworth served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807. 

100 Brevet-Lieut-Colonel, 27 April, 1838. 

101 Major Bell was at capture of the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix in 1807 ; siege 
of fort Desaix, Martinique; capture of Les Salutes, near Ouadaloupe ; and bombardment 
and driving from the anchoraoe the French fleet in 1809; capture of Ouadaloupe and adja- 
cent islands in 1810. Served in the Peninsula and France from July 1813 to July 1814, 
ittcinding tlie passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and four days' engagements near 
Bayonne; passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonne; affbirs at Vic Bigorre, and 
iVtf Imm ; passage of the Garonne, and subsequent operations ; battle of Toulouse (wounded) ; 
present at Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. 

105 Major Louis served in the Peninsula and France ih>m Jan. 1813 to June 1814, in- 
duding the l»ttie of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian ; passage of the Kivelle, and Nive, and 
inyestment of Bayonne ; present at Waterloo. 

103 Jtfajor Grantham served at the siege of Cadix. 

104 Mi^or Gordon was at the capture of the Danish Islands, St. Thomas and Santa Cruz 
in 1807 ; capture of Martinique and siege of Fort Bouibon; capture of Les Saintes in 1809 ; 
and capture of Guadalonpe in 1810. 

106 Colonel Brereton served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from December, 1809 
to June, 1815, including the sieges of Cadiz, Matagorda (wounded), and San Sebastian ; 
battles of Barrosa (wounded), Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Orthes, Toulouse, Quartre Bras, and 
Waterloo (severely wounded) ; besides the actions on retreat from Burgos, at San Munos, 
near Salamanca, Helette, St. Palais, Suaveterre, Aire, and Tarbes. Brevet-Lient.-Col. 
10th Jan. 87. 

106 Major Bngland served the expedition to the Weser in 1805 and 6 ; to the Cape of Good 
Hope and South America in 1806 and 7 ; campaign of 1813 in the Peninsula, including the 
battle of Vittoria and siege of San Sebastian. 

107 Major Whitty was present at the reduction of the Danish Islands in the West Indies 
in 1807 ; capture of Guadaloupe in 1810, and of Paris in 1815. 

108 Major Sweeting served the Candian campaign in Ceylon. 

109 Major Wright was at the capture of Madeira, and served the Corunna campaign 
aerved witii army of occupation in France. 

110 Major Wood served in the Peninsula and France, from Feb. 1813 to the end of the 
war, including battle of Vittoria ; blockade of Pampluna ; battles of the Pyrenees ; 8if?ge of 
San Sebastian ; battle of the Nivelle ; affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes ; battles of Ortbcs 
and Toulouse. Served the campaign in America, including attack on Plattsbnrgh. 

111 Major Heron served at Scylla in Calabria, and ex^dition from Sicily in 1807; cap- 
ture of Martinique, sieges of Pigeon Island and Fort Bourbon, 1810 ; served in the Pen- 
insula and France from dOth May, 1812 to 8th Aug. 1814, including the affair at Osma ; 
battle of Vittoria (wounded) ; both sieges of San Sebastian and storming of the town ; passage 
of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Ifive; actions on the 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813; in front 
of, and sortie frimi, Bayonne, April, 1814. 

114 Major Dalton served at Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing. 

115 Major Colebrooke served the Walcheren campaign. 

116 Major Raynes was at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; served the Corunna cam- 
paign ; esqpedition to Cadiz in 1810 ; battle of Barrosa ; siege of Tariffa ; action at Seville ; 
battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle ; passage of the Adour, and operations before 
Bayonne. 

117 Major Hardinge served in the Peninsula and France from 12th Aug. 1812, to 25 June 
1814, includhig the battle of Vittoria; siege of San Sebastian ; battles of Orthes and Toulouse. 
Present at Ugny, Quatre l)ras, and Waterloo. 

118 Major Sheppard served at Walcheren in 1809, and in Canada from March 1814 to 
Dee.' 1816, including actions at Chippawa, and Lundy's Lane, before Fort Erie, and the 
attack on Snake Hill. 

279 



Nates to the^ Royal ArtSkry. 

1 19 Major Lock was present at the battles of Rolela and Vimlenu 

120 Major Sandilands serred the Walcheren campaign. Present at Qnatre Braa vA 
Waterloo. 

121 Major Wright was at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807. Serred the campaign of 
1818 and 14 in Qennanj under the orders of the Prince Boyal of Sweden, and was present 
at the siege of Wittemberg, capture of Hanover and Lubeck, siege of Frederick Fort, and 
siege and surrender of Gluckstadt. Present on the 17th and 18th June at Waterioo* Medal 
for the siege of Qluckstadt. 

122 Captain Strangways served the campaign of 1813 and 14 in Germanyy Jndnding the 
battie of Gourd 16th Sept and Leipeic lOth, 18th, and lOth Oct 1813, for which the 
Swedish order of the sword was conferred on him, he having cosmianded the Rocket T^tMip 
after the death of Major Bogue killed in action. Present on the 16th and 18th June at 
Waterloo, where he was wounded. 

123 Captain Eyre served the Corunna campaign. 

124 Captain Elgee served hi the Penhisula and France fW>m Feb. 1809 to Minr 1814, 
including battles of Talavera and Fnentes d'Onor ; siege of Buigos (contused wound In the 
leg) ; and investment of Bayonne. 

126 Captain Anderson was at the siege and capture of Flushing and the subsequent 
operations in 1800. Bombardment of Antwerp, aJso previous and subsequent o p eimtio n a. 
Present at Waterloo and capture of Cambray and Paris. 

126 Captahi Manners served hi the Peninsula from Feb. 1810 to Dec 1813, mcludfaig tha 
battle of Barrosa (wounded) ; sieges of Tsrifa and Cadiz. 

127 Captain Schalch was at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1816. 

128 CaptaUi Armstrong served at Walcheren in 1809, and in Canada from May 1810 to 
July 1816, and was present in most of the engagements, &c. including the capture of Fort 
Niagara. Slightly wounded at Fort George, 27th May 1813. 

130 Captain Bvans served at Walcheren. 

131 Captahi Pascoe served in the Peninsula and France from Aug. 1809 to Feb. 1814, 
Includhig the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, passage of the Bidassoa, and 
other operations ; sieges of Badajoz, Forts of Salamanca, Burgos, and San Sebastian. Amy 
of occupation from 1816 to 1818. 

132 Captain Spiller served at Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing, and 
the attack and capture of Ter Yere. 

133 Major Colquhoun served in Spain from 1812 until the dose of the war. BreveC- 
Major 2nd Dec. 36. 

134 Captahi Harrison served in the Peninsula ftom Jan. 1810 to Sept 1814, and was 
present at Cadiz, Isla, and Tsrifia. 

136 Captain Charlton served in the Canadas fW>m 1811 to 1815, and was present fai 
three genersl actions, one siege, several skirmishes, and at the storming of two n>Hs. Re- 
ceived a contusion at the stomdng of Fort Erie. 

136 Captain Kendall served at Walcheren in 1809. Present at the taking of Kandyiii 
Provinces in 1816, and the subsequent operations there In 1817 and 18. 

137 Captahi Wright served at Cadiz during 1810, 11, and 12, and was at Fort Matagorda 
andTariffa. 

138 Captain Bridges served at Walcheren hi 1800, and in the Peninsula and Franee from 
July 1811 to Aug. 1814, hicludhig the siege of Cadiz hi 1811 ; battles of Vittoria and the 
Pyrenees ; passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and Adour ; and the operations before 
Bayonne. Attached to the Prussian corps d'arm^ in 1816, under the command of Prinoe 
Augustus of Prussia, and employed in the reduction of PhilippevUle, Merienboaig and 
Rocroy. Adjutant to the VLojaX Artillery, serving with the force employed in Portngal Ib 
1826 ; and Brigade Major to the Royal Artillery hi the Canadas, hi 1838. 

130 Captam Bent served at Walcheren and at the bombardment of Flushhig. Served Ib 
the Peninsula from Oct 1810 to June 1813, hicluding the sieges of Bad^oz, battle of AIb«- 
hera, capture of General Gerard's corps at Arroga de MoUnas, besides many other afiin. 
Severely wounded at San Munos. 

140 Captain Fumeaux served hi the Penhisula from Oct 1810 to April 1814, iachidfaig 
the siege of Badajoz. 

141 Captain Morgan served at Walcheren, and at the bombardment of Flushing. Served 
in the Peninsula and France from April 1812 to Aug. 1814, including the siege of Cadis ; 
battles of the Pyrenees; siege of San Sebestian (severdy wounded); uid battle of 
Toulouse. 

142 Captain Warde was present at the siege of Cadiz and at Waterloo. 

143 Captain Ingilby was present at the sieges of Cludad Rodrigo, Fort of Balamaara 
280 



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(wounded), and Bnigos; battles of Bniaco, Fnentet d'Onor, and 17th and 18th June at 
Waterioo. 

144 Captain Cater served in the Peninsula from April 1810, including the siege of Cadix* 
Present at Waterloo and at the taking of Cambray and Paris. 

145 Captain Pester was present at the siege of Cadiz, and at the battle of Barroea, where 
he was sererely wounded. 

146 Captain Stanway served in the Peninsula and France from Feb. 1813 to July 1814, 
including the siege of San Sebastian ; passage of the Bidassoa, and the Adour. 

147 Captain Story served in the Peninsuki and France from Nov. 1812 to Hay 1814, 
including the siege of San Sebastian : passage of the Bidassoa, and the Adour. 

148 Captain Slade served in the Peninsula and France from March 1812 to June, 1814, 
including the battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees, and Orthes ; siege of San Sebastian ; 
passage of the Bidassoa, and Nlvelle. 

149 Brevet-Major, 11th July, 1887. 

150 Captain James served in the Peninsula and France, from October, 1812, to April, 1814, 
including the battles of Yittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes. Served subsequently 
in the Ajmerican War. 

151 Captain lAwrence served in the Peninsula, from April, 1819, to April, 1814, including 
the si^e of Tarragona. 

152 Captain Bloomfield served in the Peninsula and France, from March, 1818, to June, 
1814, indudhig the battle of Yittoria, siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa; battles 
of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Present at Waterloo. 

158 Captain Trevor served the campaign of 1814 in Holland. Present at Waterloo and 
sohsequent operations in France. 

155 Captain Palliser served in the Peninsula and France, from November, 1812, to May, 
1814, including the siege of San Sebastian, and batUes of Yittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Served subsequentiy in the American War, including the battles of Bladensbuigh, and 
Baltimore, and operations before New Orleans. 

156 Captain Macbean served in the Peninsula and France, from July, 1812, to August, 
18il4, including the affkir at Osma; batUe of Yittoria; both sieges and capture of San 
Sebastian ; passage of the Nivelle 10th November, and actions of the Nlve, 9th, 10th, 11th, 
and 12th December, 1813. 

157 Captain Gillespie served in the last American War, Including the battle at Plattsbuigh. 

158 Captain Dickens served in Holland in 1818 and 14, including the attack on Merxem, 
and the cannonade against the enemy's ships of war in the basin. 

159 Captain Tomkyns served the campaign of 1814 in Canada, including the actions near 
Fort Geoige, and Lundy's Lane; blockade, attack, and final assault of Fort Brie. Present 
when the British lines on the Chippawa were attacked. 

160 Captain WiUiajns was engaged in the actions before New Orleans, and at the capture 
of Fort Boyer. Present at Waterloo and capture of Paris. 

161 Captain Morgan served in the Peninsula and France from October, 1818, to June, 
1814, including the passage of the Adour, and battie of Toulouse. Served the campaign of 
1814 in Canada. 

162 Captain R. G. B. Wilson served in Holland, Belgium, and France, fixim December, 
1813, to January, 1816, including the 16th, 17th, and 18th June, at Waterloo. 

169 Captain Cuppage served in the Peninsula and France, from February to August, 1814, 
indnding the sortie from Bayonne. Present 18th June, at Waterloo. 

164 Captain Bumaby served the campaign of 1815, including the battie of Waterloo. 

165 Captain Griffin served before Genoa in 1814. 

166 Captain Basset was employed in raising the siege of Bilboa, 25th December, 1896. 
Present hi the field actions on the 10th, 12th, 14th, 15th, and 16th March; attack and 
evnrying by assault the town of Hemani, 12th May; and capitulation of the town of Fon- 
tarabia, 17th May, 1837. 



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Captains. 



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23 
88 
86 
87 
87 
88 
80 
80 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 
38 
38 
88 
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Roger Kelaall 

9 Henry John Savage^ 
9ffllMar. A.Waten«*.. 

Pennel Cole 

Bdward Matson ^ 
James Coniray Victor** 
Crighton Grienon** . . 
Bichard John Baron** 
Thomas Howard Fenwick 
Lewis Alexander Hall 

PatrickYule" 

George Phillpotts^ .. 
Charles Jasper Selwyn ' 
W. Matthew Gosset** 
9 Daniel Bolton '^ .... 
F. William Whinyatos** 
9 Ales. Watt Robe** 
Ralph Carr Alderson. . 

Charles Wright** 

9 Charles Rivers** .. 
Fran. Rlngler Tliomson** 

{H. Young Wortham *» 
Geo. Vaughan ThiUng** 

JothuaJebb^l 

John Smyth** 

Alexander Henderson 
lliomas Battersbee. . . 

Arthur Walpole 

George Tait 

Hen, Howl. Brandreth ** 
Charles Ogle Streatfleld. 
J. BUison Porflock ** . 
William Gregory 



Sbcoitd Caftaiiis. 
Charles Canon Alexander 
Jas. Hunter Rnthoford. . 

ArthurKay** 

Geoige Curry Page .... 

Henry Sandham 

Colin Mackenzie 

T. Coryadon Luxmore . . 

William Paris 

Edward BuUock Patten. . 
Fred. Henry Badddey .. 

Geoige Dalton 

Charles Burt 

(George C. Degen Lewis. . 
GustaTusC. Du Plat, k.h. 

Hiiomas Bttdgen 

Vincent Joseph Bisooe . . 
Henry Powell Wniff .... 
Montgomery Williams .. 

John Hawkshaw 

lliomas Here 

Hiiomas Foster 

Geo. Fra. W. Hordes .... 

John Isaac Hope 

Wm. Cameron Forbes . . 
Richard John Stotheid .. 

Alexander Gordon 

CowperRose 



8ZfD LIBUT. 



18 July 00 
30 Sept. 00 

ditto 
1 Feb. 10 
7 May 
1 June 

ditto 

ditto 
81 July 

ditto 
1 May 11 

ditto 

ditto 
14 Dec. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
1 July 18 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
80 March 13 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
80 July 

ditto 

80 July 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
1 Jan. 14 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
1 Aug. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
84Marehl6 

ditto 

ditto 
1 Sept. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 



l8T LIBUT. 



1 May 

ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

11 ditto 
7 June 

18 July 



11 



13 



July 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
* ditto 
1 March 13 

ditto 
81 July 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
16 Dec. 13 

ditto 

16 Dec 13 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
1 Aug. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
1 July 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
1 May 

ditto 

Feb. 

Sept 

Jan. 

1 July 

86 March 83 

13 March 84 

8Dec 84 

18 Jan. 86 



14 



16 



7 
7 



16 

17 
19 
81 



CAPTAIN. 



16 June 
1 Dec. 

11 Nov. 
7F^ 
9 Jan. 

19 June 
1 July 

80 Dec 
8 Dec 

13 Jan. 

83 March 

ditto 

ditto 

April 

7 June 

39 July 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

84 Sept. 
19 Oct. 
86 Feb. 
89 Oct 
84 Feb. 
38 May 

37 Oct 
16 Feb. 
16 Mar. 

81 June 

38 June 
6 Oct 



16 
16 
16 
17 
81 



84 
86 



86 
88 

89 



30 

30 
31 

31 



7 Oct 

18 Not. 

10 Dec 38 
6 Jan. 33 
1 May 34 

86 Oct 

6 Nov. 

1 March 36 
86 June 
ditto 

19 Aug. 
16 Sept 

6Dec 

8 Feb. 36 
13 May 

11 June 
33 Sept 

10 Jan. 37 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



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10 Jan. 37 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
88 June 38 
' ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 



80 March 30 



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14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





14 





13 





13 





13 





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8 





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7 






Corps of Royal Engineers. 



28o 



Second Captains. 

Wm. Biddlccomb Marlow 

Thomas Drvmmond 

Robert Kearsley DatDSon 

Henry Pooley 

Francis Wm. Pettiogal 

Samuel Hen. Wentworth 

Henry Tucker 

Benjamin Spicer Stchelin 

William Lancey 

Charles Oldershaw 

George St. Vincent Wliitmore 

Henry Servante 

Henry Owen Crawley 

John Twiss 

Leicester Viney Smith 

John Walpole 

First Lieutenants. 

Thomas Aiskew Larcom 

Edward Vicars 

St. Aubyn Molesworth 

Robert Boteler 

Edward Frome 

Richard Howorth 

Charles C. Wilkhison 

William Tumbnil Renwick . . . .' 

Thomas Hosmer Rimington 

William E. Delves Broughton 

Richard J. Nelson 

Robert Fenwick 

Oeorqe Burgmann 

Edward Aldrich 

John Chaytor 

Joshua Coddington 

Charles Bailey 

William Thomas Denison 

John Williams 

Edward William Dumford 

Edward Thomas Lloyd 

Henry James 

William Robinson 

Thomas R. Mould 

George Wynne 

James Lynn 

William Stace 

Henry D. Harness 

George A. Bennett 

William Henry Ford 

St. George L. Lyster 

Edmund T. Ford 

William Yolland 

Charles Erskine Ford 

Jamea Jenkin 

Richard Clement Moody 

Fre<lerick Augustus Yorkc 

Charles Francis Skyring 

George Rowan Hutchinson 

Robert Gorges Hamilton 

Henry Williamson Lugard 

William Charles Hadden 

Roger Stuart Beatson 

Sampan Freeth 

John Graham M'Kerlie 

Julian Frederick Anthony Symonds . , 

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2nd LIEUT. 


IbT LIEUT. 


CAPTAIN. 


1 Sept. 


15 


23 March 25 


28 March 37 


1 March 16 


ditto 




18 Aug. 




ditto 




ditto 




ditto 




ditto 




ditto 




ditto 




ditto 




ditto 




20 Nov. 




ditto 




ditto 




9 Dec. 




ditto 




9 April 


25 


25 Dec. 




1 Aug. 


16 


2 June 




31 March 38 


ditto 




7 ditto 




25 May 




ditto 




29 July 


25 


13 June 




ditto 




ditto 




24 Jan. 


38 


ditto 




ditto 




27 May 


30 


ditto 




ditto 




17 Aug. 


39 


ditto 


> 


ditto 




29 Sept. 


39 


ditto 




ditto 




15 Oct. 


30 


ditto 




24 Sept. 




28 Nov. 


39 


1 June 


20 


9 Feb. 


26 






28 March 22 


8 April 








28 Aug. 


24 


19 Oct. 








11 May 


25 


20 ditto 








ditto 




6 Dec. 








6 Aug. 


25 


11 April 


27 






ditto 




26 Feb. 


28 






ditto 




7 Nov. 








ditto 




28 Jan. 


29 






ditto 




^Feb. 








7 Jan. 


26 


22 May 








ditto 




23 ditto 








15 March 26 


27 Oct. 








ditto 




15 Feb. 


30 






ditto 




16 ditto 








25 April 


26 


8 June 








ditto 




21 ditto 








ditto 




22 ditto 








22 Sept. 


26 


2 Dec. 








ditto 




5 Feb. 


31 






ditto 




24 June 




* 




ditto 




22 July 








ditto 




6 Oct, 








ditto 




7 ditto 








ditto 




12 Nov. 








ditto 




13 ditto 








4 May 


27 


18 March 32 






24 ditto 


27 


20 Sept. 








13 July 


27 


10 Dec. 








30 Aug. 


27 


5 Jan. 


33 






ditto 




4 Feb. 








ditto 




5 ditto 








12 April 


28 


4 Sept. 








29 April 


29 


1 May 


34 






23 Sept. 


29 


6 Nov. 








5 Nov. 


30 


25 June 


3r. 






5 Oct. 


31 


12 Aug. 








ditto 




19 Aug. 








29 May 


32 


15 Sept. 








ditto 




5 Dec. 








ditto 




6 ditto 








ditto 




8 Feb. 


30 






ditto 




13 May 








26 Sept. 




ditto 








27 Feb, 


33 


23 Sept. 








1 Aug. 




24 ditto 









Years' Ser?. 


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Hftif 


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6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





6 





5 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 


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8 





3 





3 





3 





8 





8 





3 





8 





3 





3 






Corps of Royal Engineen. 



First Lisutekants. 



William George Hamley 

Andrew Beatty 

John W. Qordon 

Marcos Dill 

James Fellowes 

Qeorge B. O. Dowses 

Philip J. Bainbrigge 

Arehibald P. O. Ross 

John Claridge Burmester . . . 

Edmund Ogle 

Conolly M'Caosland 

John Cameron 

John 8. Hawkins 

James H. Freeth 

Charles Duesberry Robertson . 

Charles Fanshawe 

Frederick B. Chapman 

Thomas Fenwick 

Theodosius Webb. 

John Hodges Pipon 

Thomas Rice Lyster 

William Walter Fuller 

William Henry Roberts 

Oother Frederick Mann 

Spencer Westmacott 

Charles Acton Broke 

Charles Edward Stanley 

William Collier Menzies 

Edward Reynolos 

Robert M. Laffan 

Arthur Henry Freeling , 

Harry St. George Ord 

Frederick Le Mesurier 

David William Tylee 

Hampden C. B. Moody 

John Linton Arabin Simmons 
Geoif^e Archibald Leach .... 



2kd libut. 



IST LIEUT. 



Sbcozcd Libutbhants. 



9 



12 



19 
18 



18 



18 



13 
5 



14 



Aug. 
ditto 

Dec. 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

June 
ditto 
ditto 

Dec. 
ditto 
ditto 

Dec. 
ditto 

June 
ditto 
ditto 

x/ec. 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

June 
ditto 
ditto 

Dec. 

May 

ditto 

ditto 

Dec. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 



33 
33 



34 

34 

34 
85 

36 
36 



36 
37 



26 Sept. 86 

6 Nov. 36 

10 Jan. 37 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
31 Jan. 37 

23 Feb. 
28 March 

8 May 
18 Aug. 
20NoY. 
ditto 

9Dee. 
26 Dec. 
31 March 38 

26 May 

13 June 

14 Jane 
1 Aug. 

24 Jan. 39 
1 April 39 

27 May 80 
ditto 

17 Aug. 39 
20 Sept. 39 
22 Sept. SO 
16 Oct. 39 

28 Not. 39 



38 



38 



Henry Charles Cunliffe Owen 

G. F. D. Jervois 

T. L. J. Gallwey 

C.S.MiUer 1 

R. Bumaby 

A. D. Craigie 

Albert O'Donnel Grattan 

M. Vavasour 

James S. Baker 

H. F. Keane 

Hon. W. Napier 

William Cowper 

Charles John Gibb 

Charles Gordon Gray 

Mqior o/Brt^ocfe.— 9 Colonel C. G. Ellicombe, C. B. Jan. 21. 

Scarlet. — Faemgif Blue Velvet. 

N. B. The officers in Italics are holding civU employment 

ROYAL SAPPERS AND MINERS.— (Officered by the Corps of Royal Eogincen.) 

MtQcr qf Briifode.-^lf Brevet-Major Edw. Matson, 11 Feb. 31. 
Ad^uiani, — Captain Henry Sandham, 1 Aug. 37. 
Quarter-Mtuter.^James Hilton, Nov. 35. 

Establishment at Chatham for instructing the Corps in Military Field Works. 
Diredor.—Jfi Colonel C. W. Pasley, C.B., 27 May, 13. 

286 



Richard Tylden 

Philip John Stapleton Barry 

Henry Arthur White 

Paul Bernard Whittingham . . 

Phipps John Hornby 

James William Gosset 

George Clement Baillie 

Thomas Bernard Collinson . . 

George Bent 

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Sir John Webb, K.C.H. 20 Nov. 09. 

AsiUUuU'Itupe^ar* 

Morgan Thomas, Asritt.-Swgeony 14 July, 14; Surgwn, 11 Ko?. 11; AssUt,- 

Inspect, 14 July, 36. 



SUROBONS. 

919ft Bdward Simpson 

Wi Thomas Macmill Fogo, M.D 

James Stewart 

J. Wallan Halahan, M.D 

James Vcrllng, M.D. 

Alexander Ogilyie, M.D 

Charles Tomlins Whitfield 

Thomas Seaton 

Thomas Haswell Qnigley 

James Parratt 

Thomas Whltelaw 

Wm. Frederic Nelson 

Stewart Chisholm 

Apothecary. 

William Harris, 1 Oct. 06; Astigt.-Surgean, 3 
Sept. 99. 

Assistant Suroboks. 

Thomas Colchester 

William Richardson 

James £. Williams 

John Goldsworthy 

Wm. Kelly 

Charles Dempsy 

John Atkins Davis 

Jas. Edw. Tho. Parratt 

George Farr v 

Chas. Fred. Staunton, M.B. . . . 

Johnson Savage, M.D 

Benj. Geo. Calder, M.D 

Robert Templeton, M.D 

Joseph Ambrose ikwson, M.D. 
Wm. Alston Dassanville, M.D. 

Andrew Aylmer Staunton 

James Somervllle litle 

John Mackintosh, M.D 

George Thomas Ferris 

Melbourne Broke Gallwey .... 

John Bent 

*Rich. Coffin EUiot 

* Ross Hassard 

* Charles Young 



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11 May 27 

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27 Jan. 27 
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3 July 27 

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26 Aug. 30 

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Notes to the Royal Etigineers. 

1 Sir Samuel Trevor Dickens was present at the landing at Ferrol, in Angust, 1800, lad 
Joined Sir Ralph Abercromby's army in the Mediterranean in September following. 

I * Sir Aug. De Butts was at Uie sieges of Toulon, Bastia, and Calvi, and was fiivouiably 
mentioned by Lord Hood in his despatches on the surrender of Bastia. 

d Gen. Evatt was present at the attack of Fort Fleur d*Epee, Guadaioope, June, 1794, 
and at the defence of Fort Matilda, from 10th Oct. to 10th Dec. following. In 1706 at Do- 
minica at the attack and capture of the French force landed for the reduction of the island. 
In 1797 served at the attack of the island of Porto Rico. Wounded at the Helder in 1709. 

3 Sir Fred. Mulcaster served in Portogalyin 1797 and 98 ; acting as commanding engineer 
at the siege of Ciudadc^ in Minorca, in 1798, and remained in the Mediterranean until 1801 . 

4 Sir Howard Elphinstone was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1795 ; served 
in Egypt in 1801 as Commanding Engineer in the Indian Army under Sir David Baird. 
In 1806 was employed on a mission to Portugal. Embarked as Commanding Engiiieer 
under General Whitelock in the expedition to Monte Video. In 1808 embarked as Com- 
manding Engineer with Sir Arthur Wellesley in the expedition to Portugal, and was 
severely wounded at Roleia. Served also in the Peninsuhi from 1812 to the end of the 
war, and was Commanding Engineer at the passage of the Adour, and blockade of and 
sortie firom Bayonne. Sir Howard has received an Egyptian medal, and a medal and two 
clasps for Roleia, Nivellc, and Nive. 

6 Gen. Dumford was present at the siege of Fort Bourbon, and capture of Martiniqne, St 
Lucia', and Guadaloupe, in 1794. 

n Sir John Jones served the campaign in Calabria, &c. ; was present at the battle of 
Maida ; attack of CasUe of Scylla ; the retreat to Conmna ; expedition to Walcheren, re- 
duction of Flushing; served the campaigns of 1810, 11, and 12, in the Peninsnla; has 
received a medal for Badajoz. Sir John was shot through the ancle joint at the siege of 
Burgos, Oct. 1812. 

7 G^. Thackeray was at the capture of Surinam in 1709, St. Martin's, St Bartholomew's, 
kc. Slc, in 1801 ; directed the siege of Scylla Castle, and that of the Fortress of SanU Mania 
in 1809; served with the army in Spain, in 1812; at the battle of Castalla, and siege of 
Tarragona in 1813, and remained with the army until 1814. 

8 Gen. Birch served in Fhmders, and Holland, in 1793, 94, and 06 ; the Egyptian earn- 
paign of 1801 ; taking of Copenhagen under Lord Cathcart ; served in the north of Spain in 
1808 ; takhig of Flushmg in 1809 ; blockade of Cadiz in 1810 and 11 ; has received a medal 
for Barrosa. Gen. B. was shot through the thigh near Valmesada, 7 Nov. 1808. 

8* Shr Stephen R. Chapman served in Holhmd in 1799 ; at Copenhagen in 1807 ; and 
hi the Peninsula from March 1809 to Feb. 1811. 

9 Gen. Nioolls served in the American war during 1814 and 16, and was preicnt at. the 
capture of Moose Island, Castine, and Belfast, in the United States in 1814. 

9* General Wright served m the West Indies during the war with France, from 1800 to 
1806 inclusive, including the capture of the islands of St Lncia and TolMgo from the 
French. Commanded the batteries at the ishmd of Trinidad under Sir Tliomas Hislop, wlwi 
that island was threatened with an attack by the combined squadrons of France and Spain. 
Served in North America, Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick during the whole of 
the late war with the United States, under Sir George Prevost and Sir John Sbeifarooke ; 
and with the latter officer served as Deputy Quarter Master General of the Forces in the 
provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Served in the island of Ceylon, having 
volunteered his services in that island during the rebellion of the Kandyan provinces ; 
and, on his return to England, visited the Court of Persia in an official capacity, and was 
the means of preventing the Shah of Persia from declaring war against the Hod. East 
India Company. 

10 Sir John Bui^^yne's services : — blockade of Malta, and surrender of Taletta, 6Ui ScpL 
1800; landed in Egypt, 17th March, 1807; capture of Alexandria, 20th MaitOi Attack 
of Rosetta from 7th to 18th April, 1807 ; retreat to Corunna, 1809 ; passage of the Douro, 
12th May ; affiiir of Salamonde, 16th May ; blew up Fort Conception in preaenee of Uie 
enemy, 21st July ; battle of Busaco, 21st Sept ; retreat and lines of Lisbon ; siege of Bada- 
joz, 2nd to 13th June, 1811 ; action of Elbodon, 26th Sept 1811 ; siege and storm of Cindad 
Rodrigo, 8th to 19th January, 1812 , siege and storm of Badajoz, 17th March to 6th April, 
1812 ; siege and capture of Forts at Salamanca, 17th to 27th June, 1812; battle of Sala* 
manca, 22nd July, 1812 ; advance to Madrid, and capture of Rctiro Forts, 14th August, 
1812 ; siege of Burgos, (wounded) 19th Sept to 2lBt Oct. 1812; retreat from Burgos; ad- 
vance of the army and cross the Ebro, May and June, 1813; battle of Vittoria, 21st June. 
1813 ; siege and storming of St Sebastian, (wounded) 15th July to 13th Aug. 13 ; siege of 
Castle of St* Sebastian, 31st Aug. to 9th Sept 1813 ; passage of Bidassoa, 7th Oct 1813 ; 
K-ittlcs of the Nivelle and Nive ; passage of Adour, 2dnd February, and blockade of Bayooae ; 
sortie from Bayonne, 14th April, 1814 ; attack of American lines before New Orleans; 8th 
Jan. 1815; capture of Fort Bowyer, from 8th to 11th Feb. 1816; Sir John has received a 
cross and one clasp. 

II Col. Pasley's services : — ^in 1806, in the defence of Oaeta ; afterwards in the battle of 
Maida; siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; in 1808 and 9, several skirmishes, and in the baltk 
of Corunna; reconnoitercd the cnemy*s coast under tlie fire of tiatterieft, and afterward* •! 
the sirgi' of Flushing ; Col. P. received a bayonet-wouud tlirough the thigb, and a miiskel- 

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Notes to the Royal Engineers. 

wound, which injured the spine, in leading a stonning party to attack an advanced work 
occupied by the French on the Dike in front of Flushing, 14th Aug. 1800. 

13 Col. Goldfinch's services : — in 1807, expedition to Copenhagen; 1800, Oporto, Talayera; 
1810, Busaco; 181d,yittoria, Pyrenees, Nive; 1814, Orthes, Toulouse; has received a cross. 

13 Col. Arnold's services : — ^blockade and surrender of Malta in 1800 ; the whole of the 
campaign in Egypt in 1801 ; including the attack and surrender of Abouklr Fort and 
castle, battle of Alexandria, and afterwards accompanied the division of the army which 
expelled the French from Grand Cairo, and took possession of that city ; also present at the 
snirender of Alexandria to the British troops. Served several years in the West Indies, and 
at the last attack and surrender of the colonies of Demerara, Essequibo, Berbice, and 
Horinam, at which latter he was severely wounded in successfully leading the storming 
party against the Redoubt Frederick and Fort I/cyden. Was several times handsomely 
mentioned in the public dispatches for his conduct at Surinam ; and was on that occasion 
presented by the Committee of the Patriotic Fund with a sword of the value of one himdred 
pounds. He has since served several years in Bermuda and North America. 

14 Sir Wm. Gosset served in Holland in 1700, and was major In command at the attack 
upon Algiers under Lord Exmouth in 1816. 

14 * Colonel Fyers served the Corunna campaign. 

15 Col. BUicombe served in the Peninsular from Nov. 1811 to the end of the war, 
including the siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, 8th to 10th Jan. 181S; siege and 
storm of Badajoz, 17th March to 6th April, 1812; retreat from Burgos, 1812; advance 
of the army and cross the Ebro, May and June, 1813; battle of Vittoria, as Brigade- 
Major; siege and storm of St. Sebastian, 15th July to 0th Sept. 1813 ; passage of Bidassoa, 
7th Oct. 1813; battle of Nivelle, 10th Nov. 1813; Nive, 10th, 11th and 12th Dec. 1813; pas- 
sage of Adonr, 23rd Feb. 1814, and blockade of Bayonne ; sortie from Bayonne, 14th April, 
1814. Medal for St. Sebastian. 

16 Col. Fanshawe's services: — capture of Cape of Good Hope in 1806; expedition to 
South America, and siege and capture of Monte Video in 1807 ; with the army in Portugal 
in 1808 ; expedition to the Scheldt, and siege ii^ Flushing in 1800. 

17 Sir C. F. Smith's services : — capture of Santa Cruz, St. Thomas, and St. John in 1807 ; 
capture of Martinique (wounded) in 1800 ; senior engineer in charge of Cadiz and its 
environs In the operations connected with the battle of Barrosa in 1811; commanding 
engineer in the defence of Tariffa, and in the field operations which led to that event ; chief 
engineer at Cadiz when the siege was raised in 1812; affairs of the 18th, and battle of Vit- 
toria, 21st June, 1813 ; VUla Franca and Tolosa, 24th June ; siege of St. Sebastian ; capitula- 
tion of Paris, 7 July, 1815 ; army of occupation ; has served ^ years in the West Indies. 

18 Col. Harding's services : — 1813, action of Castalla, May ; attack of Denia, June ; 
attack of Tarragona, June. 1815, sieges of Mauberg, Landrecy, Marienberg, PhillippeviUei 
and Bocroy, with the Prussian army. 

19 Sir Geo. Hoste's services -.—battle of Maida, and siege of Scylki Castle in 1806 ; attack 
on Alexandria and Rosetta in Egypt, in 1807 ; taking of the islands of IschJa and Prodda, 
and siege of Ischia Castle in 1810 ; action on board H. M.'s ship Spartin in the Bay of 
Naples, dd May, 1810; two attacks on Antwerp^ in 1812; led the Guards in tiie attack on 
Beiigen-op-Zoom. 

90 Col. Wright served in the expedition to the Helder in 1700. 

81 Col. Lewis's services: — campaign in Naples and Calabria, in 1805 and 1806; battle of 
Maida and siege of the Castle of Scylla, in July and Aug. 1806 ; capture of Ischia and Pro- 
cida, in the Bay of Naples, in Aug. 1800 ; and siege of the Castle of Ischia ; siege of the 
Fort at Santa Maura; served the campaign of 1813 in the Peninsula; wound»l at the 
assault of the breach of St. Sebastian, lost the left leg above the knee. 

92 Col. HoDoway served the campaigns of 1810, 11, and 12, in the Peninsula; wounded 
in the trenches before Badajoz, March, 1812; shot through the body 26th March, 1812, 
whilst storming the enemy's works. 

22 * Col. Vavasour served at the siege of Cadiz. 

28 Col. Graydon was at the capture of Martinique, in 1800, and Guadeloupe, in 1810. 

24 Col. Thomson was at the capture of Martinique, in 1800; served on the north coast of 
Spain, in 1812 ; and in the Netherlands, in 1813, 14, and 15. 

25 Sir John Smith served in Sicily fh>m 1807 to June 1812. 

26 Col. Jones was at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, May, 1800 ; battle 
of Talavera, July, 1800 ; battle of Busaco, Sept. 1810 ; siege of Badajoz, and battle of Albu- 
hera. May, 1811 ; siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, January, 1812. 

27 Col. Moody has seen a great deal of active service in the West Indies, and has been 
twice wounded, for which he received the Brevet rank of Major, and the Cross of Knight of. 
the Royal French Order of Military Merit. 

98 Col. Old field served in Holland in 1814; from March to June 1815, second in com- 
mand under Sir James Carmichael Smith in the Netherlands ; as Brigade-Major with the 
Duke of Wellington's army at Waterioo, capitulation of Paris, and army of occupation. 

20 Col. Dixon served in Canada during the war, from 1812 to 15, and was slightly 
wounded at the storming of Fort Sandusky ; medal for Detroit. 

30 Col. Calder served in the expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing, in 1800. 

31 Col.Slade was present at St. Sebastian in July and Aug. 1813 ; blockade and sortie at 

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Notes to the Royal Engineers, 

Bayonne, March and April 1814 ; Col. Slade was one of the officers selected to aecompany the 
boats from Socoa to the month of the riyer Adonr^ and to assist In laying the bridge bcton. 

32 Col. Tylden ser?ed at the siege and capture of Fort Santa Maria, S9th March, 1B14 ; 
Commanding Eng^eer in the action before Genoa under Lord Wm. Bentinck. 

33 CoL Wells : — campa^ of Portugal and Spain, in 1808 and 0, including action of 
Rolissa, and the battles of Vimiera and Corunna; campaign in Holland in 1809, indndiiig 
the siege of Flushing ; blockade of Cadiz, from March, 1810, to the raising of the bkKksde 
in 1812, excepting about six months absence at Carthagena, and with the army in Bitra* 
madura, including the action of Barrosa, and the last siege of Badajoz, in March and April, 
1812 ; served part of the campaign of 1818, until the army embarked at Bordeaux in 1014, 
including the passage of the Bidassoa, blockade of Bayonne, and the taking of a work at 
Laredo ; campaign of Belgium and France, in 1815. 

33 * Col. Mu(^^e served in the Peninsula from March, 1800, to June, 1810. 

34 Col. English's services : — campaign of 1808 and 0, from the period the British army 
landed in Portugal untU the retreat to Corunna, including battles of Roleia, Vimleni, and 
Corunna; end of campaign of 1813, and campaign of 1814, including battles of Orthes and 
Toulouse; campaign of 1815, and with the army of occupation until August, 1817. 

35 Col. Blanshard waa at the blockade and sortie of Bayonne ; serv«i afterwards in the 
American war ; and was present at the taking of Washington ; the operations and engage- 
ment before Baltimore; field operations and engagement before New Orleans ^ taking by 
assault the lines on the right bank of the Mississippi, and capture of Fort Bowyer; Joined 
Sir James Kemp's division in France, 22d June, 1815. 

35 * Col. Alex. Brown served at Walcheren. 

36 Col. Emmetf 8 services, &c. : — sieges of Badajoz in 1811 and 12 ; passage of the N!ve ; 
Bayonne, Orthes, Toulouse; at New Orleans, at the attack on the American lines, and every 
affhir on that expedition ; at the siege of Fort Bowyer ; slightly wounded at Badajoz in 1811 ; 
and on the advance towards Orthes; very severely wounded at the assault of Badajoa in 1812. 

37 Col. Ward served with the army in Sicily in 1811 and 12; was present at the action 
of Castella, attack of Denia, and siege of Tarragona in 1813 ; served with the army in the 
Netherlands in 1814. 

38 Col. Gordon's services : — attack on the Castle of Scylla, June, 1800; akge and cap- 
ture of Santa Maura, March, 1810. 

30 Major Barney served at the defence of Tarifik, in 1811 and 12; and at the captures of 
Ouadaloupe and the Salutes in 1815. 

40 Major Jones served in the expedition to Walcheren in 1800 ; served the campaignf of 
1810, 11, 12, 13, and 14, including the actions and sieges of Cadiz, Tarragona, (1811), Ba- 
dajoz (1812), Vtttoria, St Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, Bayonne; 
wounded leading the Forlorn Hope at the first assault of St Sebastian. Appohited com- 
manding engineer in chaiige of the fortifications on Montmfttre, after the entnmce of the 
British troops into Paris in 1815. 

41 Mi^or Bonnycastle was at the siege and capture of Flushing, August 1809. Served 
in the war with the United States of America from 1812 to 1815, and was at the taking 6[ 
Fort Castine, John Adams corvette, and fleet of merchantmen, and occupation of that 
part of the State of Maine east of the Ponobscot River ; conunanding engineer at tiie con- 
struction of the extensive works of the Castine Peninsula in the United States. M^th 
the army of occupation in France. Served the severe winter campaigns of 1887, 38 and 
39, as commandUig enghieer in Upper Canada, and also held the command of the embodied 
naiitia, volunteers, ice. of the midland and other districts with the local and militia rank 
of Lieut-Colonel. 

42 Major Marshall served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1811 to Oct 1813, indading the 
first siege of Badajoz, siege and storm of Cludad Rodrigo, siege and storm of San Sebastian. 
Slightiy wounded at Cludad Rodrigo, 16th January, 1812; severely wounded twice by 
musket-shots at San Sebastian, 31st August, 1813, when leading the advance of the eohmin 
of attack up the great breach. 

42 * Major Piper served six campaigns in the Peninsula, Flanders, and France, fVom 
March, 1810 to the 27th Jan. 16; viz. 5 campaigns in the Penhisula and South of France 
from 10 to 14, and one campaign in Flanders and France to the capitulation of Paris in 
1815, and reduction of the army on the following year. FTom 1810 to 12 was employed in 
the Unes of Lisbon and Almaida ; and fWmi Jan. 12 to the conclusion of hostilities is 1815, 
held the command of a division of the Pontoon Train ; (having been entrusted during that 
period with the organization and equipment of 4 several bridges ;) threw the brklgea of 
the Ouadiana, Tagus, Bidassoa, Gave D'Oleron, Garronne and Seine, and served m the 
trenches at the last siege of Badajoz, from the morning of the 18th to the 23d of Maivh, 
when, the bridges of communication below the town l^ing destroyed and sunk, was dis- 
patched (by order of the commander of the forces) to re-establish and remain with then— 
(passing shot, shell and ammunition during the nights, and provisions during the dar time) 
—for the remainder of the operations ; received the thanks of Sir Rowland Hill'at the 
passage of the Tkgus 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 inter- 
cepting the communications through the Sierra-do-Qato) was commanded by written 
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Notes to the Royal Engineer$. 

la Rdna and Badajozi to Elvas, and finally to Abrantes; where, equipping a fresh train of 
boats for the operationB of the ensuing year, advanced with the army from Sabugal and 
Freynada to the Ebro and Yittoria ; passage of the Bidassoa in Oct. and latter part of the 
blockade of Pamplona; actions of the 9th and 11th Dec. 1813 at Bayonne; do. Toulouse in 
1814; passed and repassed His Qrace the Commander of the Forces and Staff during the 
operations of the day, from the right to the left bank of the river, on a fly-raft of three 
boats ; and subsequentiy, advancing to Mongiscard on the Canal Royal du Midi, proceeded 
thence to Bordeaux ; where, parking the whole of the bridges on the Glacis of the Chateau- 
Trompette, they were in July same year embarked for the use of the army in America. 
Proceeded to Ceylon, Etot Indies, 16th June, 16. Served as commanding engineer in the 
Kandyan Provinces, during the insurrections of 1817 and 18. 

43 Sir George Gipps served in the Peninsula from March 1811 to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the siege of Badajoz, in March and April 1812, affair of the pass of Biar, battle of 
CastaUa, and other smaller affairs in Catalonia in 1813 and 14 ; also at the capture of the 
Fort of Balaguer, siege of Tarragona, and blockade of Barcelona. Led one of the columns 
of assault at Fort Picurina, during the successful siege of Badajoz, on which occasion he 
was wounded in the left arm. 

44 M^or Barry served in the Peninsula firom Aug. 181S, to Oct. 1813, and was severely 
wounded by a grape shot, 31st Aug. 1813, when leatUng a party to the breach at the storm- 
ing of St. Sebastian. 

46 Col. Rdd served in the Peninsula from April 1810 to the end of the war, including 
the three several sieges of Badajoz, siege of Ciudad Bodrigo, siege of the Forts at and battle 
of Salamanca, siege of Buigos, battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, and battles of 
Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. Present at the attack on Algiers, under Lord Exmouth, in 
1816. Severely wounded in the knee, repulsing a sortie at Badajoz, 10th May, 1811 ; in 
the leg during the assault of Ciudad Rodrigo, 10th January 1812; in the neck during the 
assault of St Sebastian, 28th July 1813. 

46 Major Ord served in Spahi during 1810, 11, 12, 13, and one half of 1814, hiduding 
the sieges of Cadiz and Tarragona. 

47 Major Savage served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to the end of the war, including 
the investment of, and repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. 

48 Major Waters served in the Peninsula from April 1812 to September 1814. Was 
at Cadiz when the sieg^ was raised in the former year. In 1816 he was present in the 
actions of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. He led one of the columns to the assault of 
Peronne on the 26th June 1816, and was at the capture of Paris. 

49 Major Matson served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1812 to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the battle of Yittoria, siege of San Sebastian, and battles of Nivelle and Nive. 
Served also at New Orleans in 1814. 

60 Major Yictor served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1812 to the end of the war, including 
the battles of the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

61 Major Qrierson served at Cadiz during part of 1812 and 13, and afterwards on the 
eastern coast of Spain. 

62 Major Baron served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to the end of the war. 

63 Major Yule served in the American war in 1814, and was at Chippewa, 6th July, 1814, 
and Niagara, 26th July, 1814. 

64 Major Phillpotts was fiivourably noticed in Sir Gordon Drummond's despatch of the 
attack on Fort Erie, Sept. 1814. 

66 Major Selwyn was at the attack of Guadaloupe, 10 Aug. 1816. 

66 Major Gosset served in Canada in 1813 and 14. 

67 Major Bolton served in the Peninsula from Oct. 1813 to the end of the war. 

68 Miyor Whinyates was at the battle of Algiers, 27 th Aug. 1816. 

69 Major Bobe joined the 4th division of the army in the Peninsula in 1813. In 1814 
he was employed in the operations of the passage of the Adour ; blockade of and sortie 
from Bayonne. Afterwards in the expedition to New Orleans. In 1816, 16, 17, and 18, 
with the Army in France. 

60 Major Wright was wounded by a musket ball through the thigh, 12th Oct. 1821, at 
Zante, in an attack made by the Greeks upon a Turkish man-of-war. 

61 Major Rivers landed at Passages, Dec. 1813, and joined the light division, Feb. 1814 ; 
took chatge of a division of the boats fitted out at Socoa for the passage of the Adour ; then 
Joined the force for the siege of Bayonne; embarked for America in 1814. 

62 Major "Hiomson was attached to the Prussian army in 1816, and served at Maubery, 
landrecy, Phillipville, and Rocroi. 

63 Miyor Wortham served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Spain and France, including 
the siege of St. Sebastian, from 20th August to 9th Sept. 1813 ; battle of Orthes, 27th Feb. 
1814 ; battle of Toulouse, 10th April, 1814; served with the army in America, from 14th 
Sept. 1814, to 24th May, 1816, including the attack of the American Lines before New 
Orleans, 8th Jan. 1816, and the siege and capture of Fort Bowyer from 8th to 11th Feb. 1816. 

64 Captain Tlnlmg served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to the end of the war. 
66 Captains Jebb, Smyth, Brandretii, and Portlock, served in the last American war. 
66 Captain Kay served in Holland and the Netherlands, in 1814 and 16. 



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40 





38 


1 


38 


1 


37 





37 





37 





37 





37 





37 





37 





37 





37 





37 





37 





36 


A 


35 


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35 


1 


33 


3 


33 


2it 


31 


4A 


31 


5 


30 


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30 


6 


31 


5 


31 


5 


29 


7 


28 


7A 


30 


6 


30 


6 


29 
28 


•J 


30 


4A 


35 





29 


6 


27 


7A 


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28 


7 


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9 


26 


9 


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26 


26 


9 


24 


lOA 


23 


HA 


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23 




23 




23 




23 




23 




25 


8 


25 


8 


33 


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29 


3ft 


29 


3 


28 


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29 


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28 


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Royal Marines. 



293 



Captains. 

C David Marlay 

William Baker 

J. Montresor Pilcher 24. 

Thomas Stevens 

Richard Edwards 

David Anderson Gibsone . 
9 David J. BalUngall 25. . 

Benjamin Bimoe 25* 

JohnHewe8 26 

Donald Campbell 27 ... . 
John Rawlings Coiyton , 

Hugh Mitchell 

9 Giles Meech 28 

e 9 John Wilson 29 ... . 

Robert Mn^er 

C 9 Willian Laurie 29».. 

Samuel Bardon Ellis 

G Robert Gordon 

C9 Alfred Barton 30. . . 
George ElUott Balchild . . 

James Whylock 

C Thomas Wearing 31 .. 

9 James Uniacke 32 

Stephen Giles 

Charles Gray 

Herbert Bowen Mends 32* 

Robert Ford 33 

George Batt Bury 

James Irwin Wifies 33*. . 

Thomas Waters 

Frederic Layton 

Henry James Gillespie .. 

David M'Adam 

John Geo. Richaidson 34 . 

Samuel Garmston 35 

9 John Harvey Stevens 36 
William Taylor 

William Ford 37 

Richard Charles Steele 38 
9 Charles Compton Pratt 
Henry IvattDefacombe . . 
George Hunt Coryton . . 

John Ashmore 

Charles Fegan 39 

9 G. Bruce Puddieombe 
R. Lyde Homebrook .... 

Thomas Scott 40 

Robert Leonarde 41 .... 
Thomas Rees Thomas . . 

Arthur Morrison 

James Shute 

Charles Robinson 42 

William X»ewis Dawes 43 

John Alex. Philips 

Frederick Spry 

William JolUffc 

William Calamy44 

C James Fynmore 45 ... . 

George Spurin 

Richard William Pascoe . 
Roger Sawry Tinklsr . . 

Thomas Sullock46 

James Clarke 

John Buckley Castieau . . 

B 



2nd libut. 



11 Jan. 01 

14 ditto 

15 ditto 
15 ditto 
10 April 

15 ditto 

1 July 03 

2 ditto 

4 ditto 

5 ditto 

6 ditto 
9 ditto 

ditto 

10 ditto 

11 ditto 

3 Nov. 

1 Jan. 04 

ditto 
IFeb. 
23 April 

25 April 

5 May 
28 Aug. 

3 Oct. 
10 ditto 
23 ditto 

6 Nov. 

10 ditto 

12 ditto 
30(£tto 

9 Jan. 05 

11 Jan. 
19 April 

18 Sept. 

27 Sept. 

28 ditto 
30 ditto 

3 Oct 

5 ditto 
14 ditto 
21 ditto 

9 Nov. 05 

19 ditto 

30 ditto 

31 Dec. 

8 Feb. 06 

11 ditto 
27 ditto 
19 April 

8 May 

21 June 
1 Aug. 

22 Aug. 

26 ditto 

1 April 07 

4 liflay 
18 June 

1 Sept 08 

6 ditto 

12 ditto 
14 ditto 

16 ditto 
19^pt08 
22 Sept. 08 



1st LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



4 Aug. 05 
15 ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
13 Sept 05 

18 Oct 05 

1 Mar. 06 

29 Apr. M 
13 Afay 06 

7 July 06 

12 Mar. 07 
24 ditto 
24 Apr. 

21 Aug. 

13 Jan. 08 
24 Apr. 08 
27 May 08 
27 July 08 

ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

14 Feb. 09 
24 Aug. 09 

2Se]^09 
4 ditto 

2 Nov. 09 
11 Jan. 10 

14 May 10 

30 June 10 

22 Sept 10 

19 Dec. 10 
26 Jan. 11 

20 April 11 
9 Jan. 12 

15 ditto 

3 Mar. 12 

4 July 12 

3 Sept 12 
30 Jan. 13 
11 May 13 
14 July 13 

17 ditto 
I^Ajpr. 14 

18 ditto 

14 June 20 

4 May 22 
6 Dec. 22 

10 May 23 
20 June 23 
22 Sept 23 
14 Nov. 23 
13 April 241 



5 Jan. 26 

21 Jan. 26 
11 Feb. 26 
11 Mar. 26 

16 May 26 
31 July 26 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto ' 
28 Sept. 26 
15 Nov. 26 
31 Aug. 27 

ditto 
20 Nov. 27 
31 Aug. 27 
20 Dec. 27 
31 Aug. 27 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
20 Apr. 29 
30 June 29 

15 Oct 29 

22 July 29 
ditto 

27 ditto 

7 Dec. 29 

17 Mar. 31 

16 Apr. 32 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

11 June 32 

12 Oct 32 
ditto 
ditto 
dkto 

30 Sept 33 
12 Oct 32 

ditto 
7 Jan. 34 

28 Apr. 34 
27 May 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditt*^ 
24 Sept 35 
15 Nov. 35 

6 Dec. 3fi 

23 May 
26 ditto 
10 July 

ditto 
ditto 



B 



\ 



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P«UPay. 1 


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29 


3A 


31 


1 


31 


tt 


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1 


29 


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30 


1 


31 





30 


lA 


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31 





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30 


A 


30 


A 


22 


Bft 


29 


H 


27 


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HA 


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29 


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24 


5 


27 


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25 


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29 


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21 


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21 




21 




21 




21 




21 




21 




19 


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17 


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18 


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17 


10 


15 


lift 


17 


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15 


11 


16 


10 


16 


10 


15 


9 


19 





18 





18 





18 





18 





17 





17 





17 





16 





16 






Captains. 

Ricliard Searle 47 

JohnTothill 

Robert Henry 48 

9 Fortescue Graham 49 . 
George Hugh Palliser . . 

Henry Smitn 

James Whitcomb 

Peter J. J. Dusautoy 50. . 

Edward Hearle 

John M'Arthur 

Joseph Childs 

Hugii Evans 

9 Sam. Robt. Wesley 51 . . 

Thomas Park 52 

George Griffin 

Thomas Hicks Cater 53 . . 
9 James Dowman53* .. 

Charles Clarke 

Richard Knowles Barnes 

John Law 54 

Chas. Robinson Miller 55 . 

Isaac Toby 56 

Edmund Nepean 

Valentine Beadon 57 ... . 

William M'Kinnon 

Thomas Fynmore 58 

Francis Smith Hamilton 
John Tatton Brown 59 . . 
C. Cartwright Williamson 
Edward Augustus Parker 
First Lieutenants. 



2nd LIEUT. 



30 Sept. 08 
8 Oct 08 

1 Nov. 08 

17 Nov. 08 

2 Jan. 09 

18 Feb. 09 

13 Mar. 09 

14 Mar. 09 

4 Apr. 09 
14 April 09 
21 April 09 
14 June 09 

26 June 09 
30 Aug. 09 
18 Sept. 09 

12 Oct. 09 
28 Nov. 09 

8 Feb. 10 

6 Mar. 10 

14 Mar. 10 

5 Oct. 00 
3 April 10 

27 Nov. 10 
14 Feb. 11 

13 Mar. 09 

6 April 11 
2Mky 11 

21 May 11 
23 May 11 
23 Sept. 11 



1st libut. 



Joshua Edleston 19 Nov. 11 



Henry Savage 

HeniT Bennett 

Charles William Pearce. . 

Ralph Carr 60 

Thomas Hurdle61 

9 James Wood 62 

Edward Wm. Churchill . 

Robert Wright 

William Gordon 

Edward Applcton 

Thomas Peard Dwyer 63 . 

William Clendon. . . , 

Caleb Barnes 

John CoUiss 

Peter Martin M'Kellar .. 

William Wood 64 

Thomas Stephens ...... 

Henry George Morrish . . 

George Watson 

John Land 

James Buchanan 

Henry George Mitford . . 

Samuel Hawkins 

James Kennett Wilson . . 

William Lee 

Robert Onslow Bridge . . 

Henry Wm. Parke 65 

A. Blaxland Stransham 66 

Edward Rea 

Alexander Anderson 66 
George Logan 68 .... 

Robert Wr^ht 

John Fraser 

Thomas Brown Gray . . 



CArrAiiff. 



2 Dec. 11 
26 Feb. 12 
26 Mar. 12 

9 April 12 

24 April 12 

25 April 12 

1 May 12 
6 May 12 

13 July 12 

26 Aug. 12 

19 Oct. 12 
9 Nov. 12 

10 Nov. 12 
26 Mar. 13 

17 April 13 

10 May 13 

18 Sept. 13 

6 Dec 13 

20 Dec. 13 
22 Dec. 13 

22 Feb. 14 

23 Feb. 14 
28 Feb. 14 
15 Oct. 16 
22 Aug. 21 

2 April 22 
26 Nov. 22 

1 Jan. 23 

3 Feb. 23 
13 May 23 

1 July 23 

7 Oct. 23 

8 May 24 
31 Jan. 25 



13 April24 
8 May 24 
22 June 24 
6 May 25 
20 June 25 
13 Aug. 25 
11 Mar. 26 
16 May 26 
25 Sept. 27 

ditto 

ditto 
24 Nov. 27 

ditto 
28 Feb. 28 
6 Mar. 28 

ditto 

8 Mar. 28 
24 Mar. 28 

4 June 28 

6 June 28 

10 May 05 

9 Sept. 28 
2 Oct. 28 

6 Feb. 29 
18 April 26 
23 April 29 

2 Oct. 29 
14 Nov. 29 

18 Dec. 29 

23 Feb. 30 

22 July 30 
ditto 

7 Dec. 30 

3 Feb. 31 
17 Feb. 31 
16 Anril31 
14 May 31 

19 May 31 

4 June 31 

10 Sept 31 
7 Oct, 31 
9 Nov. 31 

19 Jan. 32 
21 Feb. 32 

7 Mar. 32 

4 April 32 

16 April32 

ditto 

11 June 32 
27 June 32 

11 July 32 

24 Aug. 32 
29 Aug. 32 

12 Oct 32 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

20 Feb. 33 
11 AprilSS 
23 Apr. 33 

I Oct !« 



10 July 37 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
16 Nov. 37 

ditto 

7 Dec 37 
9 Dec 37 

27 Dec. 37 
1 Jan. 38 

26 April 3B 

ditto 

ditto 

4 May 38 

22 May 33 

1 June 38 

8 June 38 
ditto 

30et 38 
7 Nov. 38 

28 Feb. 38 
26 Aug. 39 

ditto 



YmW Stnrica. 


PaUiVy. 


Half Pity. 


15 





15 





15 





15 





15 





l.> 





14 





14 





14 





13 





13 





13 





13 





13 





13 





13 





13 





13 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 





12 


. 


11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





10 





10 





10 





10 





10 





10 





10 





10 





10 





9 





9 





9 





9 





9 





9 





9 





9 





8 





8 





8 





8 





8 





1 8 






Royal Marines. 



■ « • • 



■ • • • 



l8T UBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Holloway 

John Chas. Grey Courtis 

JohnMiUer66 

George James Hayes . . . 

Richard Johns 

Peter Brames Nolloth 
Geor^ Hollingworth . . . 
Fielding Alex. Campbell 
George Evans Hunt 

John Mitchell 

Thomas Lemon . . . 
Peter Trant Payne . 

George Elliot 

Alex. Humphrey Stevens 
Thos. Chas. Cotton Moore 

Augustus Flemyng 

Wm. Bookey Liuiffford . . 
William Mackajr Heriot 

Hamilton Fleming 

Charles Miller 

Henry Bremer 

John Holland 

A. Sandys Stawell Walsh 
John George Aug. A;^les 
John Hawxins Gascoigne 

John Urquhart 

Wm. S. Langton Atcherly 
J. P. N. Forest Clapperton 

Thomas Fraser 70 

George Wm. Roper Yule 
John Hoskin Wnght .... 
Robert John M'KiUop .. 

Phineas Priest 

William Friend Hopkins 
Henry Pritchard Lewin . . 

Henry Carr Tate 

Georj^e Colt Lan^ley 

William King Scnoveller 
Joseph Fran. Brittain71 . . 
George Walkup Congdon 
Rickard Williams Meheux 

Edward Hocker 

Francis Aug. Halliday . . 

Simon Frazer 

Arthur John Molesworth 

John Wade 

Hamnett Parke 

Walter Cosser 

John Phillips 

William Henry March . . 
Chas. Allan Parker 72. . . 
Edward Pownell Snowe . . 
Fra. Ed. Lascelles Craig. . 

Gallway Byne Payne 

Frederick Midtby 

Henry Crespin 

Douglas Adam Dorratt .. 

Joseph Oates Travers 

Geo. Aug. Fred. Danvers 

Robert Murray Curry 

Edward Stanley Browne 

Joseph Reid Jackson 

Charles Coleman Hewitt 

John James Winne 

John Thomnson Aslett .. 



2nd LIEUT. 



17 Mar. 25 
30 May 25 

18 July 25 

26 Sept 25 
1 Oct. 25 

28 Jan. 26 
14 Feb. 26 
23 Sept. 26 
16 Dec. 26 

5 Oct. 27 

8 Oct. 27 

22 Oct 27 

1 Nov. 27 

27 Nov. 27 
4 Dec. 27 

7 Jan. 28 
22 Jan. 28 

28 Jan. 28 
10 Mar. 28 

19 Mar. 28 

22 Mar. 28 
26 Mar. 28 

12 Apr. 28 

13 May 28 

4 June 28 

14 July 28 

29 Oct 28 

30 Oct 28 

26 Nov. 28 

3 Jan. 29 

5 Feb. 29 

4 Mar. 29 

8 Apr. 29 

27 Apr. 29 
ditto 

30 June 29 
ditto 

2 Oct 29 

16 Nov. 29 
4 Dec. 29 

26 Dec. 29 
30 Jan. 30 

23 Feb. 30 
ditto 

20 Mar. 30 

3 July 30 

27 July 30 
10 Aug. 30 
10 Nov. 30 
kO Nov. 30 

4 Feb. 31 

17 Mar. 31 

15 Apr. 31 
17 May 31 
19 May 31 

3 June 31 

29 June 31 
10 Sept 31 

9 Nov. 31 
22 Feb. 32 
19 Mar. 32 

4 Apr. 32 
ditto 

16 Apr. 32 
ditto 



1st LIEUT. 

9 Dec. 33 

28 Dec 33 

7 Jan. 34 

12 Feb. 34 

4 Mar. 34 

19 Mar. 34 

28 Apr. 34 

27 May 34 
ditto 

29 Nov. 34 

5 Feb. 35 

30 Mar. 35 

6 Apr. 35 
24 Sept 35 
26 Oct 35 

28 Jan. 36 

22 Mar. 36 
24Mar.3C 
15 Apr. 36 

20 July 36 

7 Sept 36 

15 Nov. 36 

6 Dec. 36 
10 Jan. 37 

23 May 37 
26 May 37 

16 June 37 
10 July 37 

ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
28 Sept 37 

7 Nov. 37 

13 Nov.37 
16 Nov.37 

ditto I 




B 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

a 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 

a 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 














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Royci Marines. 



1st lieutenants. 

Bemey Varlo 

Heniy Arnold 

Charles Fra. Hockin 

Henry David Erskine 

William Robert Ma&well 

William Gun Mahon 

Tkomas Dudley Fosbrooke 

Leo. Geo. Fre<L March 

Charles Joseph Hadfield 

William Sidney Budd 

John Philips Stevens 

Richard Cair Spalding 

Edgar Walter 

James Piers 

Hay^ Marriott 

Walter Welsfoid Lillicri^ . . . . 
Chris. Dashwood Harrington. . 

Thomas Bii]i;er Pleydell 

Samuel Netterville Lowder . . 

And. Roger Savage 

Pitcaim Onslow 

Rich. Searle Bunce 

Gris. Fred. PhiUipe 

Robt Bruce PuddLcombe 































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296 



16 Apr. 32 
1 June 
11 ditto 

10 July 

11 ditto 
19 Nov. 
30 ditto 

5 Feb. 33 

15 ditto 
27 ditto 

7 May 
ditto 

19 July 

16 Aug. 
11 Oct. 

INov. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

11 Nov. 33 

13 ditto 

10 Jan. 34 

14 Feb. 

20 ditto 



24NoT.3r 

6 Dec. 
9 ditto 

ditto 

15 ditto 

27 ditto 

1 Jan. 38 

26 Apr. 

ditto 

ditto 

£tto 

4 May 

22 ditto 

1 June 

16 ditto 
ditto 

16 Aug. 
3 Oct. 

7 Nov. 

28 Feb. 3» 
6 Apr. 39 

10 May 39 

26Aug.39 

ditto 



2n]} lieutrnants* 
£d!w. T. Parker Shewen28 



George Lambrick 14 

Hugh Kennedy 21 

Peter Fane Edge Daniel 4 

Robert Hockings 4 

Wm. Lawrence Sayer . . 14 
Richard George Conolly 26 
Aug. D. Lyd. Farrant . . 31 

Henry Tiinpson 5 

Nicholas Monre 15 

Hen. Chas. M. Hawkey 27 
Frederick John White . . 19 
Ed. P. Hamett Ussher . . 27 
Charles Ogilvy Hamley 21 

Henry Vano 7 

William Statton Aslett . . 26 
William Francis Foote . . 1 
Charles Penrose Coode 
William Grigor Suther. . 
Hen. Edwara Delacombe 
And. John B. Hambly . . 
William Ramsay Searle 

Henry Drury 

Geo. Sp. Percival Baker 
Fred. Buckland Bluett. . 
Henrv Atkins M*CaUum24 

Charles Louis 21 

Richard Kmg Clavell .. 
John William Wearing. . 
Rich. Y. Stuart Moubray 5 

Alexander Ramsay 19 

Penrose Char. Penrose. .1 



1 

17 
19 
24 



Feb..34 

Mar. 

ditto 

Apr. 

July 

Nov. 

Dec. 

July 35 

Jan. 36 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Feb. 37 

Apr. 

July 

Aug. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Aug. 

Oct. 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 



Oct. 37 Jas. Ainslie Stewart 

Nov. 

ditto 

ditto 

Dec. 

Dec. 

ditto 



James Pickard 

Hen. Chas. Penrose Dyei 
Fxa. Jas. Polkinghomc 

Wm. B. Thos. Rider 

Wm. Alfi€d G. Wright. 
'Wm. Jas. Bumey 



19 



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16 



Geo., Brydgje's Rodney.. 
Jermyn Char. Symonds 
John Maunce Wemyss . . 
John Henry Mercer .... 

Walter Ki*y 

George Wilham Whiting 
WiUum Woolktt Noble 
Hen. Hotham McCarthy 30 
James Louttet Bnimerl3 

L. W. R. Denman 

Peregrine Hen. Feliowca 
Wm. Chris. Per. Elliott 
Charles William Adair. . 

Richard Farmar 

William JoUiffe 

Robeit Seps. Harrison . . 

W. J. Pen^lley 

Geo. Garduer Alexander 

Henry Wm. Biooker 

Charles Fred. MeniieB|2i 
Hugh Bowen Mends . . 

John Huskisson 

J. H. Stewart 

David Blyth 

J. £. Wilson Lawrence